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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1882.
yor N.H. Thistlswood.
Tw-nmiriT T J. Kurth.
ti.:rk--Hi-nriiK. J, foley.
i.'miricior Wiu. 1J. (JUbort.
Murolinl L. H. Meyurs,
dtiuriu:y Wlllim Uenditcka.
MOAK Or ALl)iHJm
ft .Ward-Win. HclIalo.T. M. Klmbroujcb.
MMioini Ward-Jun(i) lliuklo, C. N. lluUe.
Third Ward-M. K. Make., John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlua O. I'attur, Aduiph Swo-
Ward-T. W. UalltdkV. Brnt B. Pnttlt.
iTirc Hi! .1 IlilliU II. ! Illlktrf .
Circuit Clerk A 11. It via.
County Judi) II. S Vocirn.
Counu Cbtra S.J. llumm.
County Attorney J. M. Dan.rou.
Couuty JreaHuror-Mlltt W. lrke.
sliuflll .lotm liodxut.
Coroner K Kltm'uraia , .
County CoroinWalonufaT. W. Hallldny, J.
;ilbbs aud I'KW.r Suup,
OAlft'J lUl'PHl' -Cor-nr rontb and l'oplar
Ltrai; prea.;hloiJ Ant aad third Sundays in
mourn, 11 a. m a:. J 7:J . m. i P'W' ft"1-
IlfKCH OF TUB KB!)EEMKK-EpliCopa')
i .. i..... . UnnrfM hnnl : 1 UJa.in.,
ntn ',;;r.;':.W p. Kv.nlng i'rayer. K
l- laT. oiiort, . T. U. Iiactoi.
.IKHT MISSION a.KY BArTWT CHUllcaj-
' l'r. ar-l !,. st 10 1 a n... 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. tn.
. ,i .. school at 7:V) P. ni Hot. T. J. Sborea,
i 1 '.ir I1 V-Tli(Mn:uth street; srvlis Sab
I , Utb 1 Vj v m.i noi.day school 2 p m. Ke.
M.i I P'', I1'-''' T.
M Kn:iiIST-'or. KUbtb and Waiuot atreeU.
Al IVarhli.K Habbaib 11:0" a. m. d7:l p.m.
.rLtay S:.wIat .:' P m. Kv J. A.Scirrttt.
I !" -UVII'.HIAS -Kahili tree'.; pacolufc oa
I' HS.,.u-h at ll:i a ra. and 7:Xi p. m.; piaver
it. j.' V.-dnrada at 7:rip. m ; Monday Scbo!
it ! n hi. Vr B.Y. Ow.u. pastor.
i ; ,r 'il S ...tinman ratbollr.) Corner Cross
i 'Yaiit mr.-cif. tn-u tiabbath 10:a.
r . , .v's'iay Khod at P- " : Vyr..ra 3 p.m.:
- v,-r, day ai i. m. Kev. O Uara, 1'rlert.
; " rKi' K S- Roman Catholic) Cofnir Nlnlb
,,.! ai t iVathlR.fu.il aTnoe: Mr1ea
v; li n and l'l a. tn. ; V.apera p.
in. f.-rvirif every aa ai s a. in. no.
If. K.TIMKCARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTKaLK. K.
v .i i ti a.m
Kxoroi 11 :10a. m
c sr. i' In. O. H. II. (Jackfon Iliaw).
tMo.i 4:4).mlMaU A V m
KiprtM 10:W a m
tAt'modatbiB ;J-H'p m I
ST. L. A ". K. K
Exprcf . :lSa.tu
Accom'datlon. I:0 p.ro
I t Eirr:' 10::) a ta
(Narrow Uaaco )
l Eiprn :;'5 t,-m
I Accota'datloD 11:40 a m
UT t I M
a a. k. it
jEiprcft n:.Tip.m I tExprcaa....-. a-w i
WABASU. ST. WtW A PACIFIC K'T CO.
MllAka.... SMOvml'Mall bf .... P-W
tArcom'datlon p.ia 1 1 Acfom'dation 11 :10 a.tn
Daily excopl Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO n. If
Ml." . -' '
J:Ma. ra. I Mall 8:1') P- "'
LLIX01S CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iino Hunuin
o DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
ArrlvtniMn St. Loula 8:45 a.m.; CUIrao,.ip.tn.i
t"nnrim at Od.n and KUlnKham for cfncln
Bail. LouUvtlli ludiauapolta and ptdiite Kaat.
1 1 : lO u.tn. Hi. liOuiH .-ttiU Wttorn
ArtlvlnkMnHi. Lm! 7:'.) r. ,a en""-'"1"
for alfpointa Went.
;j GO i.tn. Fust KxprM.
tor St Lotiia and Chlcat;o, arriviut; at St. Loull
tOMtl p.m., and Chicago 7:'.'1' u.
; ;v i ju. Cincinnittl Kxprws.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:tO a.m.! I.ouiavlUe fi:55
a in.; Ifdlaimpdlli! 4:( a.m. l'aMeura by
thia tralu reach the above polita U to JO
lloUUS In atlvnuco uf any other route.
r(rTU3:5'.l P. m. oxprcaa haa PULLMAN
hl.KEPINtlCAlt Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho'it
rhanifM, and ibrouSh HwipurHo St. l.oala and
Fant Time Kast.
I). . ,n,.i.iu by thla lliiu ro through to Kaat.
1 dSSOIIlJCrS ,.m potma without any tlolay
rud by Sunday lutt'rvi-nlnc Tb l"f'y fi'f
Loon train from Cairo arrlvra In now Wk Monday
" "rnltiSat l::ir.. Thirty six bouroln advanceol
Vw-ForOiroiiilli tlckola and furlhitr luformatlou,
PpiT at lllluola Central Uallrnad lh'Pot, Cairo.
11 J. II, JONES, Ttckot AKiint.
A. II n AN SON, (bin. I'aaa. Asoiit. Chlcano
E01WB H. LKAUH, M. I.
I'hvsiciau and Surgeon.
Hpticlal atttmtlon paid to tho llnmtsopiithlctroiU
rnent of mimical dlaoanua, ami dlatvmo" of wninuD
and r.hlldrnn. ,
Offlco! On llth atront, opponlta tho Toal Olllco,
H V. 0. JOCFI-YN,
Flt'E-Eightk Btreel, near ComD arclal Avanoo
J)U. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornoi Mo. 1S8 Commercial Avtuat, b-itwaen
Kkl-Tiand Mntb Stretu
O O A. X,
ID Stovos D
V V .
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S Tinware. ti
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Ulirioia.
71 OHIO LBVBK.
A General Banking- Iiusines
TliOftJ. W. IlALIilDAVi
pNTKKl'HISK SAVI.NCi HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAII.I U AY,
KNV Ft 1! AND OYSTEK DEPOT.
Ilarlngnow perfected my arrar,(;cmunt to
upply the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Cnn Now OtTcr aa Follow: Oysters
Taken From t'uo Shell Here Fresh
us Frurti the Gulf.
Baron Cooks 91 M) per 100
" Sa'inea i.'iS "
" BiDlno 75 "
Oyntora In balk - do "
Oyiu-rt utandarde In cam SO "
lted Snapper 10c. per lt
t rokiea " "
Sheep Head, ic " '
Shrlmtia, Lobtt. era' andTnrtlej all lr acason
LIHKKlL, DISCOUNT TO T1IS THADE.
N"EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EH & CO..
rior. Nineteenth atreat 1 Poirft III
Commercial ATennf VJllTU 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
VVIioleBale Dealer in Ice.
ICK VY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
r';KED FOR SHIPPING
cfav Loads a Specialty.
iJor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
UN KSO APTRIt MOSIHT, OtirOBKIl 31. .
Bxpresa and Mall lca Cairo. every day exrepl
Sunday, at H:l a. m. Arrlv.i at Kuat St. Loull at
3:20 p. m Arrlvoaat Cairo at 4:35p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. ra. and dti
parts at 1:00 p. m.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
0. r. N E W L A N 1).
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WKLLS, FORCK 1ND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE -MANNER,
TURES Of all kind furolahed to order, o'.il fixture, ro
broimed; Jobblnn promptly attended to. Orders
received at Danloi Uartinan's or at tba shop,
COMMERCIAL AVEM'E BETWEEN
NINBTQ AND TBNTII STREETS,
oa i no . ... UjZiS.
"Glory to Goil in tho Highest, nml ou
earth peace, good will toward men." Tins
was tho greeting the angel messengers gave
the (shepherds of Bethlehem on thia night
notirly nineteen hundred yeurs ago.
Although this greeting may not come to
us in the rich, clarion like voices ot the
angels, still the uti'ss-igy is the s une. To
us it comes in the still night WHtcheB, strik
ing upon tho clocks of our hearts and
awakening in thum the glad thought that
for us a Savior is horn never to leave us, al
ways to love us. To-ni'irrow this glad re
frain will be sung throughout the whole
earth by thousands of tuneful voices echo
ing and re-echoing the song of the angels
about the throne of God in Heaven. "Glory
to God in tho Highest." Yea, let overy
heart and voice blend in one mighty chorus
and sing "Glory to God" lor all tho bless
ings be bus showered upon us with gen
erous hand during tho past year. To which
of us has not some good gift come liom the
hand of the Lord. Health bus been given
back to the invalid. Cuildreu h;.ve been
sent ss hostages of the Lord to add chtcr
and gladness to the home. Loved ones have
been preserved to us, saved from sickness or
the accidents of travel. A bountiful harvest
has Oiled store-house and ham to their ut
most capacity. Loving hearts have beeu
joined together never more to bo generated;
joined tor time and eternity. Homeless ones
have been taken from the cold and darkness
of the outside world into the joys of the
But iuto some homes the augel of death
has come bearing away loved ones and leav
ing hearts crushed un i bleeding. God is
loving aud full of pity. Now we may not see
why tho dark cloud hangs over us, hut we
shall know sometime why we were thus
alfiicted an i tint nothing but good comes
from the hand of the. Lrd. "Peace on
Earth;" tho peace of Goo:. Into the heart
that h is that petce no lastiug trouble enn
conm. The path in life unv be rou'h. The
sea of the soul may be toaed with many
sorrows and perplexities. But when the
storm rages the highest tho voice of the
Savior comes as on the storm-toned sea of
Galilee "Peace, be still ;" and the calm of
rest in Him that is ever reidy to hdp us
comes, bringing peaco.
"Good will toward men;" Christ gave
food to the hungry, rd-to i the dea 1, restor
ed the sight of the blind, laid His pure
band on thejvile with no fear of harm, heal
ed the leper, the cripple, the maniac; gave
to each as he needed; gave, and asked
nothing but love in return. He taught men
forgiveness, charity, loving-kinduess to each
What has His religion done for the earth ;
We must remember that "time" belongs
not to the Lord. Nineteen hundred years
are to Him but as a d .y to us. Christiani
ty with its message of the forgiveness of
sins, the sure hope of eternity, its peace,
joy and gladness, has circled the earth. To
day the bun does not shine on a country
where the light of the gospel has not pene
trated, in some degree, the heathen dark
ness. It has mide the cauib.il respect t he
life and person of his fellow man. It has
withheld from the Ganges and tho alliga
tors thousands of helpless children.
It has clothed the naked savage. It has
brought cleanlintss and health into the filthy
home of India. It has raised womau from
slavery to her present honored position. It
prompted Wilberforco to begin the long
aud successful war on slavery. It took
Howard into the damp, direful ptisous of
England. It has built homes for the blind,
the insane, the helpless of all sorts. Even
philanthropic work on the earth has beeu
begun and is carried on by Jestu Christ
through His disciples.
Yea, and the good work will go ou ami
ou until charity aud "good will" shall rulo
the eurth. Lot us each then remember u1
our gifts to each other the "Gift of God"
and all tho good it has brought to human
ity. Iu wishing the "Merry Christinas" let us
remember who it was that has undo it
bright and cheery and do all in our ower
to aid the works of Him who went about
doing good. M.C. II.
Dec. 24th, 1882.
A Roguish Bird.
Tho blue jay is tho boldest and most
mischievous of wild bink Near Knox
villo. Totin., I'lvoiitly, one was mhmi to
fly ft number of limes lo a high picket
fence to uttnu'U pair of kittens playing
on the lawn. The kittens finally mount
ed tho fence nml began a millions ap
proach from picket In picket. The jay
let tho first get to within eighteen inch
es, then hopped over between t tit) two.
Tho second kitten approached,; I Ins bird
hopped over it. It turned, ami the jay
hopped back and botwccii. The lirst
kitten approached, and tho jay honpotl
back over it, and so kept it up til! ouo
kitten got disgusted nnd left, and tho
other followed soon lifter. Ouoo or
twice after tho jay tried to inveigle tho
kittens to another' frolic, but failed.
When wlntfi' niKlit" trrnw lonir,
And wliulu without Mow eolil,
Wu alt In a rliiK round tho wnrm wood flro,
Anil llHlen to ftoi'lt'K oldl
And wo try to look prvtivo oi mulils HhmiM be)
When the men bi ltiKln IkiiirUs of tbolau-rel-tree,
Oht tho laurel, tho cvwjcrrnn trool
The pout buvo IntireU, mid why not wo?
. . -Hurry Cornwall.
"This is a baso insinuation," said the
tramp, as ho sallied out of tho front
Eato on the bow of a No. 13 tlottble-soled
Whon rt physician has cured a singer
of hoarseness, ho semis in a bill of in
voice. Tho bill boing wordoi I: To cur
ing ono in-growing tone ail.
Said Mr. Moriarity, in explanation of
his battered appearance, "Yo sco tho
horso I was dhriving waz a mule." Aud
Mr. Finnegau replied: "Ye need say uo
Tho "scrmonotto," npoken of so fro
ipiently in the West, U not a full ser
mon. It is a nico littlo now bonnet
talk, stiflieient to call a congregation of
hearer together, but not powerful
enough to wear them out.
Professor George liristow nims to bo
tho most honest of critics, and on bring
asked by tho father of nn animated
foghorn how ho liked his daughter's
voice, ha replied: "She sings like n
Patti (under his breath) goninn!"
A Scotch lawyer was so short in stat
ure that it was necessary for him to
stand on a stool when addressing" the
court. "Well," said a wit, on seeing
him thus elevated, 'this is one way of
ri -ing-at the bar."
"Vhar's tho mau that's going tip in
that balloon?'' inquired a countryman.
"That's the fellow standing on the left
of it." "Rather thin, isn't he. though?"
returned country. "Yes," answered
the other; "he's thin in purse as well uh
in person, lie's the heir o'nauglit."
Fritz to Miller "To-day is inv birlh
dav." Emma "And mine, too." Karl
"Mine, too!" liertha "Mine, too!"
Miller "Why, what a remarkable coin
cidence, neighbor!" Mother "Ah,
yes you see, wo celebrate them nil on
the same day, because it's cheaper."
Heard at a doorstep: "Why, Mr.
Milkman, yon said your cows were
drying up and you could only let mo
have a pint for "the baby, but here are
two quarts." "Yes, mum; I can pare
nioiv? now; soma of the other babies
"Gentlemen, you may not think it,
but I have stood on the top round of
the ladder." said an inebriated individ
ual who was haranguing tho crowd.
"Troth, thin," exclaimed one of his
hearers, "That same ladther must a
been lyin' flat on the ground."
"Heavens!"shrieked an excited moth
er, as tho nurse let tho baby fall over
the secoud floor banister. "Two inches
uearer the wall and 'that child would
have smashed a fifty dollar statuette
aud tho hall lamp!" And then they
picked up the baby.
An old Irish soldier who prided him
self on his bravery, said he had fought
in the Lattle of Dull Run. When asked
if he hail retreated and made his es
cape as others did on that occasion, ho
replied, "lie jabers, those that didn't
run are there yet!"
"Mr. Rrowu. do yon eat mush?'4
asked a four-year old lieud of his sis
ter's beau. "Why, Johnnie?" "Ho
cau.su sister says she wishes you would
u't talk like you had a rn'mthful of
mush." Sister faints, and Drown re
niembe'N that he has an engagement in
Professor "Now, Mr. Snodkins, voti
may criticise the theme I have just
read." Snodkins "I'd rather write a
criticism, sir. I can't talk as woll as I
can w rite." Professor (who had wad
ed through Snodkins' last theme with
great dilliculty)--"Thi'ii, sir. I am sor
ry for you."
"Ma," howled a boy running into the
hon.se and approaching his' mot her,
"ma, little brother hit me with a stick."
"Well, I'll whip your little brother,"
said the mother, abstractedly tucking
together a pair of stockings" she had
beet: (i.rniag. "No, don't whip him;
don't let him have any supper. I
whipped him before he hit me."
Pno nV) towards nightfall, and in nn
uncertain light, a man boujht an over
coat of pretended pluui-eolor. Tho
next morning it proved to be of a quite
too unmistakable green. Returning u
to tho storekeeper, that worthy regard
ed tho buyer calmly ami sa'id, "You,
must have a little patience with it, my
dear sir; it isn't ripe yet."
A Hoston editor bounced the cook,
culled two children, left his wife in tears
and made a bee lino for the oO'mo and
wrote: "If you want to make tho world
brighternml better, begin by being kind
and loving to those in tho small circle
of your own family, and from that as a
center work out as you are permitted
When wo see the young man of the
period with the cutaway coat, his ears
sheltered from the cold north wind
blasts by the broad expanse of collar,
his two watch chains, but no watch,
his pointed shoos nnd intellectual eye
glass, his tootsey-wootscy cane and pan
cake hat, wo realize that the 1,000,
000 anntiHlly expended In educating tho
American youth is little enough.
A short time ago, at a school in tho
north of England, during a lesson on
tho uuiiual kingdom, the teacher put
the following question: "Can any boy
name to mo an nnimal of the order
alffiti'lii.; that is, a front-tooth toothless
animal?" A boy, whoso face beamed
with pleasure at tho prospect of a good
mark, replied: "I can." "Well, what
is the animal?" "My grandmother!"
replied tho boy, in great glee.
"Yes," ho said, "ono of tho very
nicest, best girls in tho world, is in lovo
with me, and folks know it, iiDd it lust
breaks my heart. Why should it? Why,
don't you know that nico fellows al
ways get some cheap creature .for a
wife, and nice girls always marry mis
erable fellowsP Folks know she is a
thoroughly good girl, and they set me
down lis a regular tough. My charac
ter Is ruined."
"I go for a season but I return anon,"
playfully remarked the merchant when
:io loft the oftleo at 10:45 A. M. "What
does bo moan?" tlmldlv Rskeil tho now
boy. "Oh," replied the" boy who wasn't
now, "going for a season Is stepping
out for a clove, and returning anon is
returning anonymously that Is, sneak
ing around when you least expect him,
trying to catch you reading tho paper
and eating peanuts."
A German paper has a rather good
story about a lady who, not feeling as
well as sho liked, wont to consult a phy
sician. "Well," said the doctor, after
looking at her tongue, feeling of hor
pulse, and asking her sundry questions,
"I should advise you; yes, I should ad
vise you ahem r to get married." "Are
you single, doctor?" inquired the fair
patient, with a significant, yet modest
smile. "I am," moin frauie'in; but it is
not etiquette.you know.forphvsieiaus to
take the physio thoy prescribe."
A story is told of a German who,
while shaving, accidentally cut oil' his
noso, In his excitement, he dropped
the razor and decapitated one f his
toes. Hastily picking up the dismem
bered portions of his anatomy, he clap
ped them to tho bleeding wounds, and
bound thciu on tightly. After Uhj llesh
had grown fast and healed up ho re
moved tin bandage.'?, ami was filled
with horror when nu found a well-do-velopod
to-' in lieu of a na,al organ,
and vieo versa. Now whenever he gets
a cold he has to remove his shoe and
slocking in order to blow his no.-o.
Furnished by tiie Bn Authore.
Numerous, indeed, are the hearts to
which Christmas brings a brief of hap
piness and enjoyment. How many old
recollections, nnd how man dormant,
sympathies does Christmas time awak
en? We write these words now, many
miles distant from the spot at. which,
year after year, we met on that day a
merry and joyous circle. Many of the
hearts that throbbed m gaily then have
ceased to beat; many of the looks that
have shone so brightly then haveeeased
lo glow; the hands we grasped hare
grown cold, the eyes we sought have
hid their luster in the grave;aml yet tho
old house, the room, t he merry voices
and smiling faces, the jest, the laugh,
the most minute nnd trivial circum
stances connected with those happv
meetings crowd upon our mind at eaeli
recurrence of the season, as if the last
assemblage had been hut yesterday.
Happy, happy Christinas, that wins us
back to the delusion of our childish
days; that can recall to the old man the
pleasures of his youth; that can trans
port the sailor and the traveler, thous
ands of miles away, back to his own
tivesido nnd his quiet homo. Ch'trl:
This is the season when the world is
gayest and gladdest not that external
nature's smile is brightest, but that the
very air we breathe is hearing to us on
its wings the grand old Message that
unto all the world a child is born. Oh.
wondrous Message, thai can so enthral
the ages! I acknowledge thy power. I
salute thy source, for surely good must
have been begotten of good. A strain
that has preserved its purity through
eighteen centuries of time, had been the
glory and inspiration of humanity while
dynasties and generations have crum
bled to nothingness, asks more than
Reason's gauge of me. Tho bird sings
in my heart to-day, while cant and
bigotry slink mute away. How poor and
nionn must, that soul bo which cannot
expand beyond the narrow region of
sectarianism when it kuows tho earth
wit!" vr". ' ..f this conipassionatoChrist
nnis mi I pity all such souls. To
them tho season brings little grace, I
fear, and if there be children waiting
cm their love with what anguish and
disappointment nitwt they seo only tho
cruel slotie where they had asked for
bread! Unhappy Is the child ncross
whose Christmas sky rolls a cloud so
dark. SVuor Mur.
"Utfbt on thy hills, Jcrunali'iirPF
Tho Snvlor now In horn!
And bright on Hoi l.li-tiein'n Joyous p'.nlu
liieuka tho (lrt C'hiliiiii.H morn."
-P.. II. Sears.
"Willi irfllitln iliedd. and kindly (bought J
And loving words, withal,
Welcome the merry Chilntntai In,
And bi'iir H brotleM'H rail."
"Ohrlstniflii conirs 1ml once a yoar."
"The poor will ninny a euro forirrt,
Tho ili'hlur think not id his drhls.
Hut ns lin y nu ll enoy thrlrrhrrt,
Wlh It w'i'K I ht Mnmi nil tin, year,"
"Ininimliil IIhIic. who thin ib ar diiy,
Iild-l rl-Hiiir" Till n Mi n en lor our rlsy,
And (lldt ith II. -h Thy himhI head voll,
Ktrrinil huii ot (lint, til, hull."
'Thf lii-llt lr' of all rhrlnteiidnm
; av in. I Hlolltl
1 III' llllhlolll'tl "l'l I If
(if pi'Mi-r on t'lirih, k 1 will to men."
II. W. LotiKt'ellow.
' Hut tbr utai thill xhliii.'N hi lli'ihlolimn
Shines 'till, Mini shall not ci'iisr,
And no listen Mill to th lidhiirs
Of Rlory nnd ot nee."
"This happy day, whoar rlaon nun
Shall net not tliroiiKh efernliyi
Tills holy dm' whon Cnrlat, tlm Lord,
'Took on linn our huiti iiihy,"
Shall ehaniif nil Ri'lela and quiuti'ls Into love.
Aa tlm lhi holy Chi Istnins lilrth,
Hit till", Kood fi'lrnil:', our I'iii'ol Ml til '
He noncii on eiu lli, he pener on eaitb,
To men of senile will."
Thpro's a aoiiK hi tho nlr, there's a alar In tho
There's a mother's deep prayer, and a baliy'i
low ri y:
And the atnr ruins Its lire wlilln I ho licHiltlftll
And the niniiKer of llelhlelletll rni'llnS a klnjf.
J. (I. Holland.
"Twas Christmas bruin died the mlKhtlect nU!
"1'whs Christ itins told th merriest talis
A Christmas miinhnl oft could direr
Tho poor man's heart through half th
Sir Walter Scott.
'Tin the suason for kindling tho fire of
hospitality In the hall, the genial flame
of charity in tho heart. Irving.
Who tiuiKbt mankind on that II rut Christmas
What 'i wns to bo a man; to (rlvo, not lakn,
To serve, not rub1! to nourish, nut devour)
To bolp, not riuHh; If need, todlr, not live?
Itlsr, hnnpy morn I rise, holy mornt
Drnw furili tho cheerful day from night
Oh Father, touch tho rift, nnd Hiiht
3be M1"! abc- -"bou Hop woa born.
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enriches the blood and purines the
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h the only Iron preparation that
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Manufacturer nndDoaler In
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