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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1882.
Vnyor N. B. ThieMewood.
Tr u-'irnr T ) . Kerth.
Cl'.m-Oi unl. J. r'-jify.
Cnuiiii;ior--Wni. Ii. lillbert.
Muraiis! L. II. Meyer.,
tiiorripy- William l eudrlck..
MM 110 r M)(UMS
mi W.ti-Wm. McHal.i.T. M. Klmbromjti.
S.:ud Wjrd-jeme liinklo.C. N. llntrhen,
Third War 1 It. r Wake, John Wood.
K.mrth Ward-Charier O. Patler, Adoiph Swo
-if. t Ward -T. W. Ht'lldav. Err.cut H. Pottlt.
lire ,:t .1 : due- U. I. 't.ikvr.
Circuit Clerk-A. II Irvln.
dimity Jude it. .1 Yocmn.
Coumy ciurit H.1. Hamm.
County Attorney -J M. Llmn'm,.
Couuy TreamirerMile. W. Parker.
niieiHC lohn lludite.
Cormier It Ki'Y.?iri.i ., . '
C'n'iotv Coininlnaioiiurt T. W. lUnlaay,
iillih hh'I Peter anp.
CsAIK'i dVPrisr.-P'iriwr romh and Poplar
J street.; ureacblrnr rift aud laird S.mdi in
.-ir-. nomn, ll a in. and 7MJ v m.; prayer meet-
Tuur-day. i: w P- ' ; Sunday nchool, U a. n
v i: v. A. J. HUSH Pastor.
ilUtCll Of 1UK KKliEKMKllHaplMujiai,
V,. 1-Vi'i".'"mh tr-ei; Sunday m., Holy
K.. !i iiii-l: a. m., Sunday .U',i!; l.oJa.m..
Mr.t'iiK" Viiy't: P- m" KeI n's Ir!""1
p. liav.'upv. T I) Hervtr.
i ,t missionary iiaitist cijiatca.-
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-Thirteenth fleet; .errlte. Hah
; : Sunday ho,.l 2 p m. Kev
1 : t ji
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Pr-ieM; i? taht-lb II :(Xi m. 'id7:- p.m.
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I ttld..a'.b 11:00 a m and 7:" p. m.; !!
, vVi-dni'ddav at 7:p. m.; Sunday flrbuol
ii :t ii IU-v U . V. intrir, pastor.
-u-i'iati Catboilt) I'ornr.r Croaa
l utrctfta; f-TvIre rta'btb 10:).
r s ii,.: -v school at t p. m. : tft ? P. to. ! er
r'daj atSa. m. !!. O'ilnra. fried.
tlV ! l 'tic li b -- t'.'iman CituoMc) C orit Ninth
0 fft and Walimi;ion avanuei "rtlree bV
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JEW nli AND OYSTKR HE POT.
Having nuw petfocto l mv arringemcnt to
upply tlio tride with
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part, at I, '00 p. id.
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COMMERCIAL AVKNUIt BETWEEN
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OA I ItO . , . . . II.L.8.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY IJY CHAs. CUNNING
9:30 A. M. Dcccmlier T, IMa.
Uecembur. Janimry, February,
fork $ $17 I7K $17 S7X
Wheat v 4
Corn hi 4!t' 4'
Oat. 7, H5' J :j.i4
Pork I tolltiX I7.1.'!
Wheat JVu? 9I
Corn ii'i 5i' 4.
Oat. 35,'i 3,-i !4
t ao p. m.
Pork 17 r, f 17 SO
W beat 111 vm
Corn 51'4 4H 4li
Uaia 35,', ?S)i
Corn,7.n urn; wheat, 2'0 earn.
NEW YORK,I)KC18, ldj.
Wheat Nn. 2 Chlcitfo, $1 dfi M 1 No 2 Jt. W.
$1 Oi'?.J'H 11 . No. i Corn WJ 7 c.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Thu irl who U "wulit hv a m:ishfr
laves not wisely but too swell.
Do;: arc- iiion li.-mly than men. They
ctin go without, tlioir pants in Wintrr.
In sjiito of jii-otentj tho walU blill
lioltU its owu. Love rule.H tho whirli-1.
Th lii-.st ,yt li-h story That of
Dule Iriniinin-t tire roeoinuiiiiiileil
for a windy day.
How nro you?" askufl a New Yorker.
Doin' rcili(!tl the Hostouhin.
The tint "wail of despair" must have
been when Jonah wa.s hwallowuil.
Tli? man who travels under an alias
may boa"t that ho has ni:id a name for
Nothing can now prevent the Indians
from breaking out. They have learned
how to tnako buekwlieat 'taken,
A bonnet this season, hi order to bo
of any account, mtiathavo live contrast
in colors toeorrespond with theclianj
inn; colors on the face cf ,l0 wjj0
foots the bill.
She weut into a shop to buy sonic toi
let Konp, and while tho shopman was
expatiating on its merits about made
up her mind to purchase, but when he
said it would keep oil' chaps she said
. who didn't want that kind.
The colored preacher who was shot
at Chattanooga, the oilier nHit, whilo
Btoalinir Potatoes, bad been trvinr
live on a salary of two dollars per week.
A preacher can t stand an empty
stomach any better than other folks.
First young man '-Well, did you
make the aefjtiaintanco of that strange
girl you were raving over?" Second
ditto-"Yes, followed her home." First
young iimii -Hutv did she strike you?"
Second ditto- "Sho didn't at all; she
got her big brother to do it."
A well-proportionoil wumau should
have a body six tirues as long a.s her
feet. This, according to a Detroit ao
chitect who clainu to know, was tho
old Grecian rule, and, as no man can
out with a tapo-line and measure away,
tho women arc safe.
A Philadelphia man who lost his left
thumb and forelinger in a planing mill
bad bad very good substitutes for them
made of rubber. There is a fortune in
his misfortune. All he need do to got
rich is to hiro himself out to tank down
"Have you ever before, been punished
by tho law?" asked an Austin justice of
a colored culprit, "Yes, I called a man
a liar, and Iliad to pay a fine." "h
that the only tiinu you 'have come in
con lliet with tho law?" "Xow dat yer
speaks oh hit, judge, 1 bleeves I whs in
do penitentiary for ten j eahs, if I disre
It was election time, and little filyun
heard much talk about men who were
running for otlieo. One- day, his moth
er uoticing him run from ono plneo to
another, asked, "What are you plavhg
now, Glynn?" He replied, -Oh, l' am
not playing nt nil, 1 tun running for of
'Howdy, Sam, how i; you?" "Mid
lin, niidliii, Jerry, how i-, it wiih voir'"
"Similarity; thank you Sam." ''.simi
larity! dat is a new "word broke out in
our neighborhood dis morning, and it. i t
kotching; everybody got it, Take dat
word 'similarity' home and have lu-r
"Protoplasm," remarked the prolV
sor, "is composed of carbonic acid, wa
ter nod ammonia, in whili compound
tho water largely predominates. To
what conclusion does this lead?" Tim
pupil whs a boy, and not easily slag
gored. Ho answered: "It leads to the
conclusion that dad never lakes nnv
protoplasm in his'n."
A good and sulhYiont reason is what
every man ought to have for his con
duet. If we cannot have nuito that,
then let us havo tlio next Ihing to it,
namely, a reason which is perfectly sat
isfactory to ourselves. Fur instance,
"Close up, boys; close up!" said a col
ouel to his regiment. "Jf the enemy
were to lire ou yon w'"Mi you are si rag
gling along that iy, 'they wouldn't
kill a siuglo man of you. Close up!"
A little Alabama girl, threo joars old,
on going to the window oarly one very
foggj morning, cried out, "Oh, eomn
hern and look, mamma! Tho sky is nil
crammed flown to the ground." Again
when watching tho cook skin some
miuirvch). her mother called to know
what 6ho was doing, she replied, "I am
seeing cook peel these cats!"
'"I hoim you will excuse my stupidity,
doctor,' said a woman to an Arkansas
physician whoso professional uktll had
been vlsitod ou the husband, and w ho
had oallod again to Investigate tho con
dition of the patient, "but I really
didn't think " "Your husband is
much bettor thU morning,' mnilam,"
"I say doctor," continued tlio confusod
woman, "that I don't know how to ux
ciuje my stupidity. I gavo him tho .
A littlo girl came very nuar to her
mother ono morning, sayltig, "Which
ii the womt, mamma, to toll li or
steal?" The mother, taken by nurrrlse.
replied, that both were ho bad sho
couldn't tell which was tho worse.
"Well," said the liitlo one, "I've been
thinking a good deal about it, and I've
concluded it's worse to lie than tosteal.
If you Meal a thing you can take it back
less you've eaten it, aii'Hf you've eaten
it you can pay for it. Rut" and there
was a look of awe in tho liitle faco -"a
I'm is forever."
Sir Andrew Agnow having for some
time been pestered by an impertinent
intruder, it waa ono day remarked to
the baronet that this man no longer ap
peared in his company, and he was ask
ed how ho contrived to get rid of him.
"In truth," said .the baronet, "I was
obliged to give the chiel a broad hint."
"A broad hint!" replied the friend. "
thought he was tnie of thon who could
not take a hint." -Ry my faith! but
ho was forced to take it," answered Sir
Andrew; "for us tho fellow would not
go out, by the door, I threw him out of
It is related that the president of a
bank in the Gunnison country had oc
casion to visit. Denver and fin Ins re
turn met the porter of tho bank tit tlio
depot and aked: "Well. James, hits tho
cashier absconded?" "No, sir." "Bur
glars broken in?" "No, sir." "Book
keeper been charged with crabmle
m'.'iit?" "jo, sir." "lleen a run on the
bank?" "No, sir." "Then even thing
is all right, eh?" "Yes, sir, except a
rumor around town that you had rob
bed the bank of .'iO,oOi) and sailed fr
"How shall the American savage lie
civilied?" is a ipiostion akod bv a
writer in the M!ni,: Mnuthlu. There
are many ways. Teach hint that it is
improper to eat wih hi.s knife, and that
colored napkins should be u-ed at tlio
fruit end of the meal, and not. during
the opening ohorin. Teach him not to
arrive at a reception until !) o'clock,
and never to appear in a. swallow-tail
during the afternoon. Tell him that it
is bad form to drink beer before and
absinthe after dinner. Also send him
to dancing-school, compel him to avoid
pie, aud have him instructed in the art
of walking in the EnglUh st !e. Then
bang his hair, ami put a pair of cvo-glas-es
and a white ping hat on hfm,
and you havo your Indian a.s thorough
ly oitili.ed as i- tho average white man.
Too much pepper: One of the most
prominent preachers tells the following
iiucedotn as a fact whenever ho hours a
story loo incredible for belief: "A very
wicked man became converted, and in
cour-e of limit it came his turn to prav
in cl iss meeting. Not being used to
sp viking in public, of eotirto ho was
very much embarrassed. This is the
subject of his praver: -Oh, Lord, Thou
Giver of air good things, look d'ovn
with piiv on poor poole. You are rich
ami van spare them plenty u, v,a whilo
oil earth. Send everyone of I hem a
full barrel (,f nm-t pj(',niy ,,f ..,r, .,,) lt
side of bacmi, a ham or so and a pound
of butter. Send eaoli one of t our -tarv-i'lg,
hungry eieaiures a barrel of .sugar,
a h.inci .f Mill, a barrel of pepper -oh,
heil, ilia:'-, too much pepper. Anion,'"
I .-,.; ,T' (.17.) ,,,',,.
'Sigh No More, Utiles!''
tor Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is
a prompt and certain remedy for the pain
full disorders peculiar to yeurtex. Ry hII
Artemus Ward to the Young Ladios at
Artemns Ward after delivering a lee
lure once in New London, Conn., was.
askod by the principal of a young la
dies' high school in tho place to nay a
visit to her institution l he next day. Ho
went away like "au aiuoosin cuss!" and
made tho girls a speech. Whilo walk
ing to tho academy a shvef runaway
occurred. Atcrrilicd hor.-e went tearing
over the pavement, with what Artctnus
called "the fore quarters" of f, wa-mu
clattering at his heels, This incitC-nt
Artemus ingeniously utili.ed in his ad
dress, Said he:
The vehicular elopement which has
just taken place, young ladies, has fur
nished us with a timely topic of dis
course. Young ladies' seminaries are
ever exposed to run-awftys. Once, when
traveling with my show.'l came upon a
female institute, There were ladders,
and lads too. ns to that, at every win
flow. Manly perpendiculars carrying
fainting horizontals to tho ground -"Fire!'1
I shouted. -Xono of that."
replied a Mount voice from the orchard.
"There ain't no lire; these are only
young fellows running oil' with their
sweetheart-.." There is a moral enter
tainment for man mid beast in this run
away, No Imrse, if attached to a wag
on, that Is, If sincerely attached to it,
"in urn uwny wiui u; mit the more a
joung man is attached to a yotiug wo
man, the more he will run away with
her, leaving no trace, in fact n'ono of
the harness, behind. Young ladies,
since I have stood before your beautiful
faces I have h, something, ami if you
or the boy that .weeis out should iind
a red object looking liko a coral breast
lu that has been stepped on, you may
know it is my poor, busted heart.
Hr. N'hliouiann has returned to his
home at Athens, and writes to a friend:
"Thanks to (he Greek gods, our beuutU
fill Attic Spring weather, the daily rides
to the sea, and the sou-baths, I am
quite recovered," Ho has not yet been
able to obtain permission to make the
elaborate plans of Troy he has in con
templation, owing to an inhibition from
Ihe Graml Masler of artillery at Con
stanlinoplc; but hu hopes to overcome
this dilllculiy through diplomatic inter
volition. A French version of his "Hi-os,"-with
llio addition of a uarrativo of
thU year's ex ilorai ion, U now in tho
Governor Stephens, of Georgia, ha
niado one of his nieces mistress of tho
executive! mansion In Atlanta, Two
othor nieces make their homos with
Ben Butler'j Bridge,
H v M,i.:i',!iiiieitu' New Uwrnor Midt th.
Most ?Iirrow Eicape of Hu Life,
The recent triumph of Ren liutler.md
th'.t clet'er devices with which he neu
tralized the effect. s of the "splits" in Ids
own ranks, says Derrick JJodd in the
San Francisco Post, recalls an incident
of the General's early career, and which
is interesting as showing that even in
his until Hen displayed those strategio
.abilities which have since done so much
for his military and political career.
It appears "that young Duller was
much enamored of "a pretty girl who
lived mi a farm about six milos from
that of the Hutler family in the western
part of Massachusetts. Tho country
beamy was a corpiette, however, hik'I
kept iptilo a large train of admirers in
su-pctiso, each rival doing his best to
gain tho advantage of the others. At
Ihi matters were brought to a climax,
and the damsel appointed a certain
'night when she would render her linal
decision as to which suitor she pre
furred. It goes without saying that, they
were nil better looking 'than Ren, but
the latter determined to pul the in.sido
of his head against the out-ddo of those
of his opponents. 'I he nearest way to
the fair dirt's house, ami tho ono taken
by all her eager followers, was over a
bridge formed by a single and some
what slippery log placed across a deep
brook in the rear of the house. Young
Duller repaired to this bridge au hour
earlier than tho accustomed T,eourtiu'
time," carrying a pail of lard with
which ho carefully aunointed the logbv
the mellow moonlight, backing hin"self
across it asl raddle.
As he afterwards sat with his sweet
heart, waiiing for the other suitors to
appear, a loud splash came from tho di
rection of the brook. Heu's game eye
twinkled, and in imagination he could
see one of his gorgeously gotten up fel
low candidates climbing up the oppo
site bank w ith his teeth chattering and
heading for home across lots, but tho
conspirator looked as innocent as a cat
in the dairy ami said nothing.
Pretty soon there came another souse,
and after awhile another. The beauty
began to look at the clock and show ev
idences of decided piipio at tho negli
gence of her other admirers a circum
stance Den did not fail to turn to his
Presently ho could faintly hear voices
iu tho distance, and he knew that the
last two swuius were approaohiug to
gether. Pretty soon came a tro'men
dous double splash.
"Dear me, said thu young lady,
"bow tho li.sh aro jumpiug to-night!""
The upshot of it was that 'when the
future governor rose to go tho slighted
beauty gavo liim her hand. Sealing
the bargain with an old-fashioned husk
iug bee kiss, Butler left hi.s prize in such
a state of exultation that he forgot all
about the greased log, and tho first
thing hu knew both heels hit him in tho
back of his head and ho took a header
down below, jut as' his victims had
lone. He climbed up the already well
clawed bank and made six miles to
home, uttering Kuarneyisms unfit for
publication. Ho was taken with chills
and fovor ns a resuil, hikI, when he got
well, found his liaitcee had elopod with
a hired man. Duller tolls this as the
narrowest escape of his life, us ho says
the girl bfgau eating onions tho very
next day alter she became engaged.
The C.mmtmI has been luckv ever
Notices Id Itila column throe line, or lev. iScentr
onelnnertlon or fl.ai ptr week,
TOR SALE AT AUCTION. -Home and lot with
Rood .table, will bo .old on 3eih of December,
alluated on 21m atrert opporlte the convent.
TppR MALE --Haiher'H ch.lrn, warn .land., la
Ible.Ac. CONRUt ALIIA, Hlxth .treet
L OR SALK. A Shonlncer Parlor Oruau-5 or
a lave, 7. top. In perfect order. Will he .did al
a harcalii. Call on ur addre.a rare of tribune,
W I' kllfle.
LVR8ALE.--nUnk.. Chatta! Morgnite., Special
Warranty aud Warranty l.ierl hi the llnlletlii
lob uftke "s Ohio Levee
C O A. I ,
1 ) Stoves ID
S Tinwaro. S
rpiIEClTY NATIONAL BANK.
f )l t 'ulro. lllinoix.
7t OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, $100, 000
A General Bunking business
TIIOU. W. ltAIiltDAV.
JNTKUlMtiali SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOW. V ir.AITUAY.
will cure dyspepiia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enrichei the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will,
Ladies and all sufierers from neu
talgia, hysteria, and kindred com
j. Iaiil.-, w ill find it without an e jual.
ManuOirtiirer and Dealer In
6th 8tr0i, between Com'l Av. und Lcvue.
CHOKE DOR I NO A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINOS OP AMU.MTION.
Safe. Ku.iaited. All KlniU ol Key. Made.
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Egyptian Flouring JlilL
Hhjhest Cwh Prlc Paid (or WbMt.