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CAIBO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MOBNING, DECEMBER 27, 1882.
I'fUBHiirijr T J. Ki-rth.
- Ii-nt'lr-. .1, f 'l' jr.
clnr--Wiu. H. UUIii-lt.
Vi,irrlml- L. 11. Mi-yem,
KHrwy William Ui'r.drlfki.
S'lAltU or ALUIKMiH
r,et Ward Win. MuUalu. T. M. Kliolirwirrh.
S'n-ou'1 Ward-ilame llu.kle, C. N. Ililgbaa.
TMrd Wurd-H. P. KIhkd. Johu Wood.
K..itriti ftrd-Chtili. O. I'atler, AdoJph Sw
"vi'li W ard- T. W. Holiday, Ernest R. Pattlt.
.iivu'.i .1 in! -o U. .I.11.ikt'i.
Circuit ('l.Ti A. H Irvm.
.'ui.ty Juili? It. Vocnn.
Coiiu'.v Clem 3. J. fl'Mivn.
('until) Alton)"; .1. M. iJii.r.)h.
County Truaaurur Milua W. I'urUur.
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, ! ( td m m. ; Vespers S p. rt. ; Sunday Scliool
i f. in. aervii -c evry day at a.m. oe. .hmk-i
!!. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTKALK. H.
TrtMva I.KI AKT. lKlaHKIV
Mai:. .. .S:03a.m I tU 4: a.iu
vco.itiYmtltili.llil'ia.m Koro ....... II :J0 a.m
iKxitcm 3:S0 p.m I AccnmdatloB..4:15 p.ra
C. fT. L. A S. O. R. U. (Ja;kon U intcV
rUil 4:4Sa.m I tMall .. .. 4:)p.iu
Hixp'tf" 1":' i I tKipre-i 10:i a m
tAc'iaud&ti -n S'll'p.m
S I'. L. r. K. R. (Narrow Oa'iL'o )
Kxpr- 8:15 a.m I 'ExprKM M m
Accom"datliD. l:of'p.m I 'Accuia'dattuB 11 :) a m
BT. L . I. M . K. K
Kxpreii 11.3up.tn tExpreM..... i.i1) V XD
WABASH, ST. LOCH f M IPIC R'T CO.
M!i A hi .... 5."0 vru I Mall A Kr.... l-o p.m
Artom'datlon .1:3 p. in 1 1 Accoiu'datioo 11:10 a. in
Ua.ly ticui'lbunduy. t Daily.
MOBILE Oil 10 B. R'.
Mai'. .A:55 a. m. I Mail 9:10 p m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
o DAILY TRAINS
Maying Dirkct Connkction
Thaim La C.mko:
MiO.h m. Mall.
Arr'.viau in St. LoutM5 a.m : Chicago, 8:S0 p.m.;
CnniifcliriK at Odin and ttllEliam for Cincln
tali. LouSvtll, ludiauapolta aLd polnte aat.
11:IU ii.in. ri I Ijouis and Wwtern
Arnvlni: In St. ImiIh " :'J5 p. ia., ami commence
f jr all pijiuta Weal.
IJ .U p.m. Fiut Kxprwif.
K.rSl Limis ai.il nilca,'. arriving at St. Lonli
tli:) p.m., uiul Chicago 7:i0 a m
:i .50 p in. Cincinnati Kxpr.
Arrtvliig at Cincinnati T:i0 a.m.; I.omairllle
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:( a.m. raneiiKora ny
this train reach the above puluta 1U to 30
llt)L'Kd In advancuuf any other route.
tyrhe8:5) p. m. eiprwas has PULLMAN
hLKEPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
fliau'S, aud llirongh almtpora to St. LOUla and
Fast Time East.
I, -ttmnirj M Hue v. through to East.
rd!.clll;lTS ern polnta without any delay
cauHd by Sunday Intofvonint;. The Saturday aftur
noon train tu Cairo arrlvna In new Vork Monday
mornitiu at 1:.. TUIrty alx hours In advanceof
nT othur route.
l iFor through tlcketa und further Information,
atiiilv at Illlnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. J0NK8,Tlcut Agent.
A, II. lUNaON.Oen. Papa. Aucnt. Chicago
QEORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
1'hvsioian and Sui'tfoon.
Special iittnntlim puld li tbo llomflopatlilc treat
nvnt nruri(lcal dlaoiwea, and dleio of women
OUlce! Ou ll'h aint, oppoalle tbo Poat Offlre,
iK W. C. JOCFLYN,
OhVU.lt Rlahth HtreH, near CouiDtrclal Itanoe
J)rt.45 W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. lu Oommcrcltl Artnaa, batwtto
BKl l'jaud MctUStratU
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from ihe choicest Fruit t, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quat.
it. Admitted 6 all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Utktrt of l.alla Vu , Dr. Prlf.'. On a B.kla
P.wii.r, ,,i nr. frit', l.l'iu. Cirliiw.
WE MAKE NO SFCOND CRADE COOD8.
TEW PISH AND OysTSU IiEl'OT.
Havlug now porfu-te1 mv arrci;omeuti to
aupply the trd.- with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now OIL ub Follow : Oysters
Taken From the Shell Ik-re Fresh
as Frtra the Galf.
Ba. on Cook i ptr t0l1
" Sa iuoa ....... j .2
Oyatera In bilk frl "
Oyatera etandirila In can ;y) "
Red Snapper ioc. per lb
Iroaiea .. " ..
Sheep Head, 4c .' "
Shrimra, I.obut -n. CraK and Turtle all In reason
ijionniL) JJISUULM TO TUC TKADB.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
fhe Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. 1 'ATI Kit & CO.,
3W. Nineteenth ttrt I Pa,ui 111
cnmraercia: Aunn l wuiu
PROIMUETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
VVtiolesalo Uoalor in loe.
ICF PV THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
'.'' KED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Oor.Tweirtli Street and Levee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OS AMD AFTISII MO DAT, OCU'OlUll 21,
Expreaaaud Mall leaviia Cairo, evorv dav except
Hunday, at B:15 a. m. Arrlv.a at Eiut St.' Louts at
3:30p, m Arrlvuaat Cairo at 4:p. ro.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a m. and do
parts at 1:00 p. in.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
N K W L
k XT 1
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (US FIX
TIMES Of all kinds fnrnlaliod to nrdnr. old flttnri.. rn.
hronaed; joiibtnii promptly attended to. Orders
recolvod at Daulul na-tinnn's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVKM'E DETWEEN
NISBTU AND TENTH STREETS,
OA I HO .... Ulsti,
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRKCTEU DAILY UY CHA3
9:30 A. M. December 2rt, 18e2.
2'80 P. M.
Com. 1.0 0 ! nhi'St. sin fra null IHrnn
Tbesa are 3 days receipts.
Mouthy at 12 o'clock (uoou) a Dumber
of railroad men met at the lull of Ord" of
Riilway CooJucturs for a very pleuant pur-
posd. Auiun th'isa nrusent were Mensrs.
"Dad" A;kers..a, A. D. Gibdon, CO. Tilly,
August Emery, .M. D. Davi.-., J. L Knapp,
K. li. Aaew, Wiu, G imon, C. N. Pitiman,
aad Rudolph Pevc.
Tuu oLiject of the meeting wis to present
to Mr. V. J. Allen, trainm is'.er of tl;o
Wabash, St. L mis and Pacific railroad, a
small token indicative of tlw hi'li eateeai
iu which be wwheld by hia t'eJ.jw railrond
men; and when Mr. Allen arrived aud hurl
settled himself comfortably, Mr. GiusoD,
conductor ou tbo evening train, addressed
himlritliy a3 follows:
"Mr. W. J. Allen, iu belwlf of the em
ployes of the Wabash railway, who are
underyour kind supervision aod instruc
tion, I bave a very pleasaut and honorle
duty to d:6cliaiye towards you on this oc-
casiou. There are times Mr. Allen, when
the tongue proves ir acherous and refusts
to speak the true feeling of the heart
Such is the case of jour humble servant at
the present time. I have been curiums
aioned by your friends to present to you
the ring I hold ia my hand, as an evidence
of the kind regard tor one we have all
learned to love. Its intrinsic vulue is but
little compared to the feelings of fraternal
friendship it i9 intended to represent. We
bring it to you as a free offering of the
heart, as a memento which iu uoway exag
gerates our feeling of friendship toward you
We come to you as one whos orders we
cheerfully obey, as one whose kindness we
shall aver remember. " Thorn have
beeu times, perhaps, when vexed by provok
ing circumstances, when wo thought your
order unjust, but always after due consid
eration, and when our anger had subsided
we were willing to s iy that you were right,
aud we were wrong.
"We Lave chosen this ring as an appro
priatc symbol, believing its circular form
would more fully indicate your endless
kindness, and that the brightness of the
diamon.l would more fully represent, the
estimation la which you are held by your
employee, and when you look upon it in
the future, may you see the images ot all
the friends who now surround you, and
may' all the happy associations of this hour
circle around your memory. It is useless
to dwell longer upon words, for they are
too dull to express our feelings at present.
Id behalf ot the friends here I now trans
fer to you this token of leve and friend
ship, stamped with tho sacred seal of our
hearts' desire for you continued success
aod future happiness through life."
Mr. Allan was of course overcome with
surprise and emotion. He could utter but
a few words of thanks which, however, all
understood to como from the bottom of
loe nug was a ucautitui one,
a one aud a half karat
whito diamond, mounted on belch
shaped plain 18 karat gol 1. It was made
to order by Mr. Juo. A. Miller.
The Last New Year's Call.
Yea, nil la ovor at Inst my dear,
And th hint ol ibo cnlitM'H liflacmnc and gone,
Tbo dual i Hllum wir nitlior quter,
And attipld enuiitfU to mako one yHwn.
I Jiim rnn over a mimito to see,
If tho rliiy timirdnuf u von Umuuhtlt would,
Ami what It was nald bv Charley Loo
That moment I hut un the sti'pa ho stood.
1 know It was anrnntbliiR a llttlo "off,"
Ilr chuho you flushed to your trmplra dear.
Although you mado bclldvo 'twin a cough;
Hut you couldn't play that racket hire.
Hf cnlled on nm. dear, on hour or two
Ilctore I noticed lilm vouilng hero.
lie took one aide or the atrcot rltrlit throutfli
When bo first bcguiii you, see, my dear.
Hut before be got o,ultc "lrouub tba street,
1 thought from hi woMillnir iialt, the dtmeol
That hn might bave found It rather iient
To call tiotb sides of tbcatreelat once.
Yea, Charley's a very nice fellow true;
Hut he's Juat a liltle frcah in his way.
And waa pulled from the homo in which ha
Befoio he was through bis nursery 'lay.
Yea, much too Innocent much my dear,
Hla hiiml doesn't take comimind of Ida heart.
And so bo will guab auMiellinci, and m queer,
With a glnaa or two indued rntbcr mci.
Hut, therol 1 didn't llllelld to Stay
Ho long. J Jum ran over to ae
What It waa that Charley did really khv
As ho Mood tbcro a moment, shaky in kiier.
Thcros don't Min e un ao, dear I You know
Wo are aurti good friends, and I didn't mean
fo butt your feelings, my dear. Oh nol
, For my wit lsallpperctl, you know and lean.
Proponed to you! Iu that horrid plight I
On Nhw Year's Day I What a lark! Un, bat
It la Juat too awfully, utterly oiillel
And of course you'll refer him to your papa.
I don't mind saying, sub rona, dear,
That tbo Mine fellow proposed to inn
In tbo morning, but thai wasn't bait so queer
For bo waa tuber tben you see.
But I muat bo off. my dear. Tn, ta.
I'll aeo you at church If It doesn't flunk.
What a jolly lark It Is I Ha, lull
Wnat fool a man can bo when druukl v .
f CONCLUDED KK0M THIRD PAOE
and pink silk, white laeu mid bpanglos,
ti hugged tho ofion longed-for treas
ure: close to thoir huurU. The boys
hud as much as they could do to catch
tho lop und balls und marble that he
ruined upon thuiii, and Tommy fairly
forgot hiuiMjlf and clapped Iih lianas
in an eeslaey of delight, when Santa
drew a littlo painted sled from behind
tho tree and placed it b fore thorn.
Thoy hardly knew what to do with all
thoir things, and when Mrs. Lovutt col
IncU'd her scattered senses and led tho
way back to their .scat, tho little girls.
rauimit over their dolis, Tommy, ilrag
gitig his sled, looking so worn! reus iy
nappy, tears gustenen in more lhaa one
pair of men laughing eyes, it w as all
iu such contrast to thoir hard, bare
"Jaiuio Adutna!" was next railed
n hocver Santa Claus might be, he
waa evidently Lout on looking out for
the less favored ones first.
A 1 i m ,
Amiii a uursi oi appiau.-io, lor hia pa
tience ana sweetness na'i won all hearts
in Weston, Jamie went upon his crutch'
m. And he was houped with present
A warm crimson coinfottur, a fur nap,
books and papers and lost but not least.
a great haiidsomo ensv chnlr which
would fold up was displayed by Santa
Clauo before his eyes. Jamie's face wag
almost transfigured as he went back to
his weal beside- his mother, one end of
the long comforter dangling after htm
aiong tae uarpeUul aisle.
Aud so it went on. Name aftor name
was called and the live was evltin' di
mantied pretty fast. The more prosper
ous ones had fewer presents but neHrlv
cvorv one was remembered.
"Miss Delia Stone."
Delia sat with Mr. Woodward aud
Josie. Her heart fluttered a little Jas
sue awe ami maiie her way to the tree,
tfautai. mu piaceo in nor lianas a nana
some work-box inlaid with ivory, mut
tering .something about former ilavs
that she did not catch distinctly.
"Oh let me see! Oh, Isn't it lovely!"
were Jo.mo's exclamations, asDellacame
back to her seat. "What a lovely gold
iinmoie, ana LoaKin auu needle-case,
aud its all lined with rose-colored satin
"Who do you think Santa Claus h, Del
"I cannot guess," Delia said, her pret
ty lace all aglow.
"Miss Josio Woodward," sounded
out through the happy tumult.
uu, ne a culling me. i m all in a
flutter," Josio said, as she edged herwav
out past her mother.
alio exuMiueu tier nauiu to receive a
heavy volume bound iu rich crimson
morocco and cold, which sho had been
oyoiug lollgUlgljJlll tho iii:euii;g, & ltl
gilt eiiono out from tho irk
"It s some one who knows I nm fond
of reading, anvwav," she said, as &he
hurried back to her place beside Delia.
"On, as she opened its i teaniy-tititeil
liases, "its ill Carlton s rann Hal
Jails" t-ee what lovelv i!Iiiitnttinu! I
just love Santa Clam, whoever he is,
pressing the satiny page against her
soft, glowing cheek.
The tree was about empty. One more
name v :n called: "Mrs. John Wood
"Now it's mother's turn," said Josiq,
Mrs. t ood ward, ha nil v less excited
inwardly than !;'! d;inlitt'-r went up and
received upon Jier anii a rich cashmere
J he laughing, and talking, aud uni
versal merriment was at. iu iieijrht when
Sijnire Frost st 'pped to tin; front of the
platform ngu'ni and announced that
.Santa Clans would appear in his owu
proper person before tin ni.
1 Lis nnnouneeiin'ii! heightened the
sensation for a moment. Then there
wan a hush in the clamor. One; misrht
have. itl most hoard a pin drop as a rut
er handsome joung man of alimit 21
sieppea out, couirontea the audii'iioe
nud made a low bow.
"i am nappv to moei von an once
again my friends, n.ho began.
A blank nause. o one seemed to
recognize the man w ho addressed them
"lou have forgotten tho poor, awk
ward, blundering boy, who never' had
There was a stir in one. of the side
pews, and before half of the diiml)-
struck audience knew what was t.akio r
place, mrs. Woodward had mounted the
steps of the platform, and with a joyful
cry waa clasping her urrrs about 'the
netk of tho stranger, crying:
"Tom; loin! my son, mv son! Re
stored to mo at last."
Before the electritieil audience could
recover breath, Jo.-io had dropped her
treasured book and llown after her moth
er. Ho clasped them both iu his nrnis
lu an ecstacy of gladness..
"Tom Woodward! Whv it's Tom
Woodward," went around tho church
"Who would have thought that pool
looking man was Tom Woodward, said
Mra. linker, wondcringly.
"He looks just like his father did at
his age," said Dame Goodhue. "I no
ticed the liketics the minute he step,
"Yes, it's Tom Woodward, can't you
see how he favors his mother's side, the
Perkinses," Mrs. Stubbing said to the
deacon iu a loud whif per, He, groping
back through Ihe "dim pud, remembered
how he had often Miubbed und scolded
the boy, aud half understood tho allu
sion to "coals of lire."
Trim Woodward! Poor, despised Tom
who was alwnvs makimr blunders, for
!isti ojo.w .f.ipibii mv iMii.ty jtitfiti
jo pii.ip aij tit .iu.iw Ab.ViU oiojb puu
hiiUpil AI.'J II IUt(li) ptll (IJJ Jillf,tll
Bll.tt kl 2f IIMI.IOHI ()!)() '.ISJUI uip
ponw.il soitti touuiK pun 'mp! iuwiwopttn
oj p.invi Jiitnont sin ua'j 'ii.iiins puw
uiKop iMitvooq ji .mpo aMUif ot kv
'Ktimw tiutiippu 6i jftnjo.w
10 ptfOlKUt Ottlll 0U1 10 Htlll 01VIH BUI 110
fc'OJtllOd OpUUl 0I pUU li)llg puu pliOJ 0)
nauoj aoAoii pmoo oi.w uioj, 'oojt oqi
uinoiiom ii uiuiu jn ruU J!"1'5lJ,,f !(
mtAv imuobuon jouio nuw kihoii.u oinir mo
lHi(M pun ouo(t) .(jo 3 pun viuiuj .ud
fmoM jootn oj'jaos uotA , oi moj,
'"mm Wi3 iu ahi tjojiiiAv punojv
tuUsd, advertisements inserted in city
and county pariers, and they had almost
given him up for dead.
"Thev don't understand mo. They
think 1 m dull and stupid. I shall be if
I remain in this dead and alive place
miioh longer. I'll go out in tho world
where I ean have fair play, and seo if I
cannot bo something," he thought as
ho paused ou the top of the hill and
looked down upon the sleeping village.
And ho had done something. Ho liad
wonderful mechanical genius, littlo
guessed by thoso who scolded him for
idling his time away among the mills,
and he had, invented and patented a
wonderful piece of machinery that had
already brought him a largo sum of
money, was likoly to make bis fortune.
He was eighteen when he wont away,
be was now a handsome, vigorous man
of twentr-five. Elate! with his success,
in the) fullness of his heart ho had taken
this novel 'way of surprising his old
neighbors. Squire Frost once more
made his voice heard from the platform.
In a few moments tho procession began
passing up one aisle to tho platform to
shake hands with, and welcome him
homo, then going down tho other side.
"What a grand thing success is!"
was the undercurrent of 'i om's t noughts.
"Welcome home and a merrr Christ
mas, Mr. Woodward," was Dofla's salu
tiou as her little hand by in bis strong
"Thank you. Your' is the sweetest
welcomoof all," he snid in a low tone,
adding, "I haven't forgotten how you
ued to help mo with my sums when I
was in disgrace."
"Nor I how you used to draw me on
your little. Wuo sled," laughed Delia.
So even body went home that night
with light, happy hearts, and family
groups sat until a late hour around
glow ing lires talking over the wonderful
At tho Woodward f arm-house a great
wood tire as roaring and crackliug in
the lire-place in tho big old-fashioned
parlor, and around it sat a happy family
group. Delia Stono was with them;
she lfiul always been like one of the fam
ily, and they listened while Tom re
counted his struggles and final success.
"This is your Christ mai prevnt old
fellow," Tom said to IWu t as he handed
him a handsome silver watch reposing
in a satin-lined morocco ea.e. "I was
afraid of letting tho cat out of the bag
too soon up there if I gave too much to
the Woodward family."
Hurt thanked him, but in tho midst of
all the brightness a shadow wm loom
ing over him. Ho had hoped to win
Delia some day. He knew he should
find a rival in his clever brother who
had acquired gifts nnd graces from con
tact with the grrit world which roudor
oi i him attractive to girlish eyes. Al
ready llert could co that there was an
understanding between them, aud re
called Delia's fondnefs for Tom in their
school days, though she was tivo years
And Prof. Larry had known all about
it long before the box came, for Tom
had written him for particulars of his
family and tho old residents, enjoining
secresv for a time.
(JAIKO CITY FEKRV CO.
On ami aftor Monday. Jtilvil, an 1 uutil further
colic, tho furry l)oi rnrou dlatjn will ra i ait uuur
i ponaibluou tj following timu tahlu:
Mavia LiAvas liatbs
Foot Fourth et Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
11 11 ' 1 . i i w- i
:3) a. ra. 7:00 a. m. 7:30 a. tn,
R:!W " 9:00 " (t:S0 "
10:30 14 U:oo " u:S'i "
i:00p. m. s:3up. m. 3:00 . in.
I.oavo I.i'avii Lenvj
Foot Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'g. Mliiourl Land's.
4:00 p. in. 4;j0p. m. b;IO p.m.
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