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TITE CAIRO' DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DEMCEMBER 25, 1873)
rproi tnoitr c"r-,
JUIUOLOBEULY. K-litor and PnbllthOl
tviimh nv T1IK DAILY PULLKTia
On waek, toy oarrler
narHar. In advance
On year "7 earner a M
advance , oq
nm Bonwu h jj.
, 10 00
Then opened wide tlie baron lialU
To v.nsal, tenant, serf nJ flU
l'ovycr laid hliroa oi nuu '; ,
Aha ceremony doiicu m iu". t
Tlio hdr, wllli roses n U shoc,, ,
That night might Tillage partuor choose.
All hailed, with uncontrolled delight,
And general voice, the happy night,
That to the cottage, as the crown,
Brought tidings oi Mlvatwn down.
Knjland was merry Kngland when
Old Christmas brought lit aports In; , ,
' Twa Christmas brought Iho mightlctt nlc,
'Twal ChtMrtut fld the rjiin-t talc;
A Christmas gambol Oil woinu cuecr
A poor mau't heart through half the year.
Within tho last bundrod yoars," tayt
M.MinnlflrV-RftTil.on P ichers. Ho. western 'iorruory, find ono of tho judges
. tT...ii..iii.. rtm and first Uoncral Commlstfonnrtof tho In-
ry, appointed' by J'rojldont
jnry atptiaarar nnna 01 Acfc fiJWatfcls'lMraociiW lading Wo
Ub0)7 J. A. lronuo, flrtAmorftn eodrt ovr' bUiafaf'Hl.
UiftKiniC 'in vongrccr, iiiuun uuui.- ifctq t r
fho ..OhrHtu, o poem, Jail. 0.
Invariably In advance.
Btwdlof uallrr on every
It. Dorr? Tho Ureal South; Ulipies
of Texas, 1. illustrated, Kdward King;
Tho Duko's Stratagem, po?m, John O.
Saxe; Chariot Dudley Warner, illustrated,
T. W. lllggtntnn; "II u'oJ 10 ,'u ln '''9
Olden Tlmo," illustMtod; Kninerino
Vn1o Illustrated. Adellno Traitor; A
Monto Flat Pastoral, Urot Uarte; Mr
Froude's "Progros!," Charles Dudley
nt tho samo per cent.
ns ether property.
on Its actual value
"Within tho last bundrod yoars,' says Wa Captain AlHHwnt, GlaU.-lla.mil.
a good authority, "the festivities nro np- - , rhorimo; Vho OldC.tblnot,
iho dav havo much fallon off. v v. itn.nn n.l Mnrlnlv! CuHuro and luod bv
tw at ono tlmo lasted with moro or less ' . n7i. yvit. NViuro and Sel- Ullf'A'Oa, aud tho Interoit has boon paid
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a l " . . it t i nv inn f'lii
TUB 1LMN0IS INUCSTBIAL VHIVKIWITY
J)!!OWNU IX A S'AT.
SiTtiKdrinMi. Dccombcr 21. homo
tlmo durinit the venr 18G7. tho Illinois In
duttrlal university was locaiouai uruana,
Ohampalgn county, by tho leglslnturo, in
cunsldnrnUiA of iiUonation of nroinrly
nd inone.v'bt?tb" county, llonds wore
tho county to ino amount ot
Tho'SUto Rcglito' ' demands the im
peachment of Hon. Jatnoi K. Edsall, at
torney Bn f the SUl'' In lb"
Cninoi: Tho Hon. Attorney-aeneral
bit eono over to tbo public enemy, and Is
now acting in concert and sympathy with
the tax-dodgers of Chicago.
Specification: "The ItcpuWle Ufo In
aranco Company filed a bill In tho circuit
court of Cook county for an injunction to
Mttrain any stops being takon to collect
the state tax on Its property for any high-
er value than 541,000. Tho bll was a
fraud on Its faco, and so Judgo larwdl
decided and kicked the wholo batch of
windlcrs and tar dodgers,' with alt their
falso oaths, out or court. Tho conspirators
were brought to n, ttanditlll at once, and
found that tboy could not depend upon
Judicial aid to carry out tho swindle they
proposed. It was necessary to start atresh.
Hon. Jai. K. Ediall was elected
attorney goneral of this stato by tho peo
plo forth purpoio of sorving their intor
etts ; they pay hlui, and bo owes them his
time, all of his knowledge, and all his abil
ity, bo the same more or less. Hut in look
ing over tho field aftor their defeat in
court, the conspirators discovered that
Edsall could bo used for their purposes,
and they entored into negotiations with
him, which havo rcsultod in two egreed
cues being presented to tho circuit court
of Cook county for tho purposo of oppot-
ine tho collection of the stato taxes for
1873. It has beon agroed betweon tho at
torney for tho people on ono eido, and tho
attorney for tho conspirators on tho other,
that these cases shall bo carried at once to
the suprome court in ordor, say the tax
dodgers, that a decision may bo had osrly
Possibly we aro vory dull, but wo aro
constrained to admit we cannot bring our
elf to th'e conclusion that the action of
the attorney in this tnnttcr can be raited
into the dlcnltv of an iinpeachnblo of-
fonse. Indoed, a casual glance at tbo sub
Ject falls to convoy to our mind tbo im
pression that tho attorney general bas
been cuilty of any offunso at all. In fact
it appears clear to our mind that Mr. Ai
torney General Edsall has not only not
beon culltv of offanso, tut bt
wiielv. W'h&t has ho don
tax-payor of Cook county denies the right
ftJfrS.in al')nt.fvM9!m tOBtTOUrts.
The tar-payer has a right to do that. Tbe
question can be docidod finally in tbo sup
reme court and not short of that court. It
is for tbo public interest to obtain that de
cision u speodily as possible. Tbo ques
tion Is one of law. Tho State says: ' I
bare a right under tho constitution to
collect front you, tbo ltepublic Lifo Insur
ance company, certain taxos. Tho com
pany says: " Aa I understand ray rights
you have not; but if you havo 1 will pay.
but us make an agroed caso, and tond it to
the supremo court, to which it
mutt finally go, and abide by tho decision."
Agreed," responds Mr. Hdtall for the
BUto; and Immediately tho 'ltoglstcr'
cries: "Impeach him." Positively, wo
would like to aid in the impeachment of
Edsall or anybody olsoto obligo tho ' Re
gister,' but wo mutt bo convinced that
Edsall entered into tbo agreement with tbe
Chicago tax-contetter for a corrupt pur
i,and not, as on tbo face of tbe trans
action, appears, for tho good instead of the
Injury ol tb people
Irilllaney till C.tndlomats nnd with great
snirit till Twelfth dr.y; but now acorn
mon dinner party, though turo to bo
marked by a roast and plum pudding, is
all that distinguishes Christmas In most
families." This wai truo a scoro of yoars
ago and to a great extent, nt this time.
Hut of lato year, in families and churches,
once: Etchings Tho Wharton Savings
Dank; Tho New lteglme.
Christmas festivities aro being ruvlvod. j-Reportcd Expressly for tllC Bulletin,
liouies aro egain uoeoraiou im vi-
croons, nnn tinrisxraas wopj, i"
foittval. onco observed by only a few of
. ..... j . . ! . . I .1' -! -1 ........... 1 1 . n tinnn mrtiv
tho denominations o; umtumui, u guiuii niuim um ---j,;
celebrated by nearly all; thoy aro hung jority ioojou.-,.-
with evcrtfrcons, and mo uiirmmas trees AriTsU'il.
aro burdened with gifts fjr tho littlo one, Hazlktox, Pa , Docomber 21 John
for whnm Christmas is so especially nnd nii'r.Uirtv. nzo 10. Implicated In tho
so widely colobralod.
THE A L DINE CIIKOMOS KCP. 1871
The two chronica presented tj sub
seribers of Tho .Aldino for 1871 nro such
boautiful and unusual works of art faith
ful copies of actual painting in oil mado by
tho colobrated artist, Thomas Moran, from
studies of naturo that wo fool justlllcd in
cnllinc sncclal attontion to them. Thcso
bv tho countv ut) until tho present yoar,
Tho board ot supervisors havo refused to
oruor tno ciotk iu ciltnu tuuiuiunt m-
ncalnst tho properly of tho county to pay
tho Interest on these bonds. This action
of tbo county bonrd bas caused
good deal of discussion nnd un
complimentary commonte. To-day a con.
uronoo was had at tno execunvo omco DO'
tweon tho (tovcrnor, tho Chairman of tbe
Hoard of Supervisors of Champaign coun
tv. and tho President of tbo University in
roforenco to tho mattor. Tho inaiorlty of
I'miii Hnriislllirc'. I'll. the nioinbnrs of .tho Hoard bavo ucrccd to
llAnniJinmo.-December 24)-CompleU submit tho question of 'tho legality of tho
' . . ml 1 1 ti". 1 . ... . I . i . 11... I' - . 1 .AV
iuidod in thelr.action by bis opinion.
Tbo Attorney General is at homo for
the holidays, but tho Governor wroto him
tn.ilnx lit Yeekrd In tho matter, and It is
nroba'hlo lhat tho Hoard will rccoive his
opinion in tlmo for their mootinc Decern-
beruu, wnen tno wnoiti quotuou win uo
put at rest.
hnst evening a young man namcu jtout
lot flr,A)econiucr; nu i uoji uir,
orn.opened firm and closed dulli No. 'I
uilxod 6353jc cash; G3j333s dniiijarjr
UatB nuior, no i jojo cush. ivjonnu.
iiO lln)IOG4' Iinriuy Ullll rum U'limuu
loworj-No J fall 1 31"; No 3 steady t
1 071 CD. -rfovlsloiis dull and uiilol
tied. . Pork lower at 13 Jo cash. 7jatd In
fair demand but lower; tc cash; BJo.Ian-
tiary. JJuik nioais quiet nnu woaw; saiea
Cincinnati, Docomber 24. Flour
firm. Wheat scarco and llrm nt 1 -t&(i
48. Corn In good demand ut OiQosc.
Ityo nuiot and unchanged. Huttor in good
demand. Chooso steady. Others un.
changed. Pork quiot at 16. I.nrd quiet ;
steam 88Jc, kutilo HJ8Jc. Hull meats
steady; houIder Ojc, clear rid CJc, clear
7e. JJacon tcarco nnu in poou uumanu ,
shoulders 77Jo, clear rib 8c, clear 8JCT
8Jo. Hogs dull; rungo from 4 70' 10;
receipts 8,300: shlpmonts 1,370. Green
meals quiet; siiouunra ojc, siurs ui
C5fl5o for clear rib, clour OjQOIo. Hams,
80o. Wbltky quiot at 03c.
Storv murder on tho 13th Inst., was or
rested last night in tho liarign mines.
IIiston. Dccombor 2. City Solicitor
Ilealv gives his opinion that womon can
not locally servo on tho lloston bchool
Commitleo. Pour women wuroclicson to
that position at tho rccont olectlon.
3lsi'iiif, Dccombcr 24. ight l-eforo
TOYS AM) CONFECTIONS.
Harris, ctniilovcd at tho distillery at How
let, about poven miles from tho city, fell
into a slop vat and was scalded so sovoro
ly that ho died In about six hours.
TUB VUr.NET CASK IN COUnT.
Ciiicaoo. Dccombor 21. Tho Bololt
chromos represont scenes characteristic of Mast, at Helena, Ark., a negro named Jco Alumni gave a grand supper at the Pad
' I . . . I .1 L .mint A n.tn.gfth T. .... .. . i it 1.. .r.l..
tbo East ani tho "West; tho AVhito Mcun-
tains of Now Hampshire, and tho Clifls of
Green Klvor in Wvomlnc Territory In
all tho range of grand and beautiful Am
erlcan scontry, It would bo difficulty to
find two moro picturesque or charming
views, unlike as nature in bor varying
moods, yet appropriate companion pieces
Tho view in tho" hlto Mountains gives
tho beholder a grand and sublime scono of
tho most famous region In Now England,
pleturo which is filled with tho very
spirit of tbo region. Tho subject is treated
with much breadth and feeling, without an
overcrowding of peaks and cliffs which to
often spoil tho artistic effect. Tho top of
tho principal mountain is turrounded by
c'.oudt of magical beauty, which add lifo to
tho scene, indicating, at they do, action.
Tho picture is ono of tho elcmonts earth,
air, water thrown together by tho band
of tbe great artist. Such a picture is al
ways froth, and never grows dull. Tho
dashing brook, tbo rich group of autumn
clothed troes, tho doop-down, far-uway
lMcn hot nml killed Emanuot Anderson
In tbo latter's croeory. Tho murderor
"Wimiikoton. December 24- Tho
Prpsldnnt has received to-day only two or
three members of tho catiiuet. x uo oxneu-
tivn nfflco w ill Lo closed until otter ;ow
Louisville. Docomber 21. In Now
Albany this afternoon, a child three yunrs
old was run over by n heavy loaded wagon
nnd vtllntl. Thn Uoronor s mrv rciurncu
a verdict charging the driver, Jotin f.a-
monson, with mansiaugutcr.
i en si: roo.
1'iTTsnuno. Docembor 24. Tbo city bat
hpon onveloned in donto foir up to'uoon
Thn tnrAt. worL'snops ana uimncss uouim
worn llrhtod to their full ens power. In
somo partt of tbe city it was found iicces-
tary to ligni ttreet lamps
Ri.r.vKiAnn. O.. December 21. Geo.
D. Phillips, telegraph operator, employed
In tho "Western Union telegraph otlico at
meadows, tho ttrcam rushing down tbo thit city for tho ptst four years, died to
mountain' tide, tho crags day of small poxjufter n brief illness. 'Mr
and rocks, tho hint of cloud P 'P wa .we'VKD?7." .'.,."b4""
For over fifteen centuries, tbe festival ol
Christmas, the birthday of Chritt,hat boon
colobrated by Christians the world over
The manner of celebrating It bas only dif
fered la tho manners and customs of tho
different peoples tbo spirit of tho day bo.
ing the samo everywhere a day devoted
to merry making, to festivities, to gift
making among relstiont and friends and
to light hcarUdnest and Jollity generully
The rman Catbolio Church, tbe Church
of England and the Lutheran Church bold
Christmas at a solemn festival and dlttin
galth it by all cessation from business a"
honor paid to no other day except Good
Priday. In former limes tbo celebration
of Christum began In tho latter part o
the previous day Christines eve. Th
bouse wat first decked with holly, ivy and
other evergreens. Candles ot uncommon
lite, called Christmas candles, wero then
lighted ; an enormous log, culled tbe
yalo log, or Christmas block, was laid
upon tho flro and tho people
at round, regaling themselves with
beer. In the courso of the
night, small parlies of sung tori want about
from bouse to bouse, or through tbe
streets, tinging what wero callod Christ'
nil carols. Somo of these were full of
joyful allusions to the great gift of God to
man in tbe lledeemcr, ns in tbo folio?;
God rest you, merry gentleman,
Let nothing you dUmay,
For Jesus Christ, our tavlour,
Wat born upon this day,
To tave us all from Patau's power,
When we were gone astray.
Bom old rbymos describing tho fus.
tlvitics of Cbrlclmao day in England runs
this way :
On ChrUtma eve the JjcIU were ruuj;
Un Christmas evu the mass wai, mug',
That only night, lu all tho year,
Saw tho ttolod priest tho challco rear.
mysteries, and innumerable mountains le
yond, M of which tbo urtltt gives us in
this picture, tnko it Iho mcittuol&Mo nnd
really artistic cbromo over offered to the
In pleasing coairtto. ,flUl Ule Muo doull
golded, sun-bathed landscape, with n sky
full of glory n breaking away of tho
clouds to let tbo kinb' of day through 1
Tho pbytical geography cf tho Great "West
is vory peculiar, and this Mr. Moran has
faithfully reproduced. A grand rod sand
stono rock, or butte, riae3 liko a ruined cas
tlo from ono tido of tbo rivor, reflecting
all tho brilliant hues ol tho sky, which
aro also renroducod in tho water. Tbo
picture it exceedingly brilliant, but nono
too much to for tho hoart ot tho Great
American Desert, whoro this tccno it laid.
Tho foreground or thit picturo Is vory
rich, and tho ttudy of trees is delicate and
natural. Ono may carefully examino tbo
wholo list of cbromot offered to thn pub
lic, and fail to find elsowhcro to much real
artistio pxcollcnco as in thoto two repre
sentative landscapes- Tiivyarouvory way
worthy of tho great art journal of Amer
ica tbo 'Aldino'. Thcso chromos aro so
fine, they can only bo compared to tho
bighost priced piuturot offered in tho mar
ket, It would be an injuctlco to plnco
them by Iho sldo of any of tho cheap
irlnts commonly sent out by newspaporn
as premiums to tboir tubscribors.
fraternity througnout tbo country.
From Sau Francisco.
...r.ni. ...inert Kurtcrnn
I'.ivrHn). Llccomoer j.
fic hotel last night lo Mr. Hundy, of tbo
Now York Evening Mall, a gontleman
well known to tho profession throughout
tho country as ono of its most prominent
mcmbors. Tho banquet woa gotton up in
tho very finest sylo, and tho owning was
raised pleasantly by all. Mr. Hundy re
ceived tho honors showered upon him in a
graceful manner, and fully appreciated tno
kindnesses or nit unicago menus.
Tho Cheney church cate is again in tne
court. Tho pcndinc lccal technicality
which wns argued boforo Judgo AMlllam
to-day, is as to tbo legality oi tno supple
mental bill, uica oy mo piainuu s attor
ney, and to which a domurrer was rileed
by tho Choneyilos just in timo to savo Iho
buildini? from tho clutches of tbo law.
This occurred a weok ago Saturday, and
tho next day Uishop Chonoy was or-
Tho day set apart for tho oxecution of
T.aOortv. noxt Friday, is rapidly np.
proachitig, and as jet no suporscuoas
h boon obtained. KaUorty s coun
gel will mako one moro effort to
nroeuro a suporscdeat for his client,
but thero is no likelihood that it will suc
ceed. It is rumorod that an attempt will
be mado by a mob of tbo Irish friends of
Kafierty to roscuo him on tho day of oxo'
cutlon, and tho police aro taking precau
"A. telegram was rccoived by a leading
banker of this city yesterday, front Now
YarW. nskimr' whether the city of Chioago
would pay tho interest on itt bonds at ma
turity, 'i'horo is no doubt but that It will
1 on nana.
The Kreatdlneovcry or tho
ago. Thore Isno puln which
tho Contnur Liniment will not
rollovc, no swelling which it
wlllnotMibduo, and no lame
ness which it will not euro
This Is ttrong lnurmec. tint
'tu truo. it is uo humhiiir:
roWtcr tho rcclpo i printed wound
caeli botllo. A circular containing certiii
catea of wonderlul cure ol rheumutl'in
neuralgia, lock-jaw, ;praln, kwcII iig,
burns scalds, cakod-brcas, poWotm is
l.itct, frozen Icet, uoiit. Baltrhouui.uar.acho
An., and tlio rcl.o ol tl.o I.lidmont will bo
font gratis to anyone. It tho mutt won.
dcrful healing nnd pain relieving aucl.t the
world has overproduced. It cell" as no ar
ticle ever beVore did Mil, ami It MlUbocaUM
it dors Just what it pretendn to do. One hot
Uo of tho Centaur l.lniinciit ior nnlmaU
h.iMn-irr.MiMi u worth a hunilrcd dul-
irsfor fpatlnoii. strained or galled hews
aiidmuloi, ami for wrcw-worm m hhecp.
No family or Ptock-ownor can otlord to o
without Centaur I.lnimoni. rrice, ijc"i'.
argo bottlcf. tl. I0 Co" M
llroadway, New "iork.
OASTOHIA I' more than a cubstltuto tor
rv.tnr mi. it U tlm on v mafk article in
cxUtcnco which li turo to regulate the bow-
vU, euro wlndcollo and proiiuco naturui
(Jeep. It Iplea.mttotake. Chlldrennced
not cry nml mother may ulecp 10-7 wly
The Place To Buy
At his NEW STOKE on
Commercial avenue, .Burger is
now receiving daily tho lar
gest, best selected and cheap
est stoek of dry goods ever
liefore brought lo Cairo. A
line of dress goods which have
nover been suvpassed in this
market, either for beauty or
variety. A full stock of boots
and shoes; domestics of all
kinds ; a beautiful stock of
furs, mull's and boas, mulls
and collars, and children's furs
at a mere song; lenii woollen
goods, children's sacks, etc.,
almost triven awuv : a hand-
some assortment of gloves and
a charming selection of ladies'
neckties, rull's: etc., etc. Gen
tlemen's furnishing goods
ENTEHPIUSE !3A VINGB
i lmrfr Hnrrli M. IfSHf.
orrr national bank, uaijiu
A. H. SAFFOUD, 1're.liionf,
H. S. TAY1.0H, vJco-rrepidrnf,
IL UYSLOP. Kccretary and Trevmrer
P. 1. lUncti.1, '': "lU'kw,
F. H.riTOCftttu, V'iti.O.txntJ,
It. 11. Ocni'um, U. 1'. Hiulujit,
J. U. VolttlM.
Uhivni-llo! Hnj Amount Hoevlv'iSfOm
I'm iwnu VuturCt-.
iTEKKST ti& on dt?nIH nt tbo rf t ol eit
psroent. ptr innura, Much let nd Kcrlim
br lot. latnrctt not wlthd.-ovu la fcdrtM lane
dlaWIy tothr principal of Iho depotlti, tcTOhy
RlTlnft tbam compoucd lntroit.
MAKiuru wounir Aira oniLDnsM siat
0 TfllT KO 01 KLCl CAN MI&V IT,
Opun Tr i hulno. daj 'rom .m. io s p.m.,
acf Htnrdar er-'.-oa lot IUV1MJ DEPOiiri
oaly, r.-om 9 to t o oio-k.
table linens, red and
water prool clolli in
The Toy King, having late
received one of tho largest a
. STOGKS of T01
California legislature, in joint conyou
lion to-day, elected Judge llager for the
short term,' to fill Casserley vacancy in
tho ITnltPd Slate. Hnnatx To T.rUU-
LirriHCOTT'a Magozlno for January,
1S7I, contains tho following intorcttl
tablo of contonti : Tho Now Hyperion
From Paris to Marly by way of tbj
lthino, VII. The Seductions of Baden.
linden. Illustrated, Kdward Strahon
The Trianon Palaces. Illustrated,
Marie llowlar.d; Tbe Kccklace of
Poarlt II. Btoddard ; A Wife's Kovenge,
the author of Ullndpitt nnd Quickttart
Japanese Vox-Myths, Vi'm. E. Orlffls.'
Chester Harding, tho soil-made
Artist. Osmand TltVuny ;
Tho White Doe, a legtnd
or Spanish I'lorida, A. I). 1&40-17G5
iii aiiaeo uarney ; A l'rmcoss of
Thulo chaptors 'J5-i7, conclusion, "Wll
Ham Black, author of tho Strange Adven
tures of a Pbfcvian ; Mont Carlo. It
Davoy; .My Christmas Ball, Lucy II
Hooper; A Hlatue of fjhakespearo. Wil
liam H. O Donavan; Thrco French Mar
riages, Mary J.. Blair;" Our Monthly
A IJUIET WEDDIKO.
St. Joini, December!. Chirle3 0;
Stewart, a, wholesale liquor merchant, and
MissMitieM. (Wlndeckor) Irving, ono
of our falrtit lsdie", wore married hero
last night in such a quiot manner that It
was not known nnlll to-day. Nobody
but it fow members of tho family woro
present. Thn happy couple lolt on tneir
bridal tour immediately after tbo cero
mony. Prom Sp.tln.
M aphid, Pecomber I.M. Tho Kpoca
puhlUbos u lettor from. den. sickles do
clarinL' thnt early lr tbo Viririniuf difl
UUIO. intranii:anic5, oj jnaunu, -prvi.u-uu
lo mako demonelrutions hoslilo to tho
United States. Tho Lpoc:t denies that
thoro was any such intention, and regrets
that Oon. Sickles took no painn to con
tradict tho dispatch from Amoricn report
ing that sucii n domonsirniion iiru no
tually taken place.
IIaltiuokk. Docomber lii. John S.
Monkins. reliutCl to be tho wealthiest cit
izon of Baltimore, dlod this morning nt
8t yoart of age. In March lt.tt JiU. Hop
kins gavo proporty valuod at four inlll
iont of aollara to found a freo lioipital fo
tho iiid cent tick, connoctod with widen i
n traininir tcliool for nurses. Ho also
iiitdoamplo provision lor n nomo ior coi
Paris. Docembor 21. Ohevalier'NIera
.wat well rocelTod'byJ'resldcnt' McMabon
TOSteruav. aiiu mo iiiwrviuvr wns ui a
most friendly cnaraeior.
nir oad orphans, and sot apart fifteen thou
h sand dharcs-of JJaltlmoro ti Ohio Jtailroad
'D' stock, valuod ht'two;tnillion, to foutnljit
unlvertitvj on his
llophint wet unmarrieu.
Clifton osttto. -Mr
T.nvtn. ncosnibor 24. Tho Hector ol
tbe American Collego has remittod to tbe
A-VdiW.oou contributea oy tno nuiaiui
THE CITY NATIONAL
now shades and a full and
complete- stock of notions.
All these goods were bought
at panic prices, and will be
sold at astonishingly low fig-
urea, as Burger is determined
not to bo undersold. Call and
examine his goods before pur
chasing olsowherc. His store
room contains every article in
tho dry goods line that any
buyer can possibly want, and
the prices aro so low that no
onrs will havo tlio conscience
t, ub -.lnnl inn IHIV.
.1. II .
ever urougiib io tins cny,
sell them at greatly j
In fact, sell them at .
FIFTY PER CET
Th.an LAST T2J
Ho also has a
From Xovr Vork.
KX-MAVOIl IIALL'H THIAI..
Ni:w Voi;k, Decomber 21. Tho coun
tel for thn dofonro in the trial ot i-x
Mayor Hall declined to-day to put In ovi
donco. nnd commenced to turn up. eaying
they would ntk tbo court to direct tho
jury to acquit tno ueionuam
Tho ttorv it told to-day that Harry
Clonot, tbo ring fugitivo, is on ins way to
tlio Janeiro on hoard ol a yacnt pro
vlslonod and fitted for a long voyago inst
week. Ex-Senator Noah Taylor, Jer
soy City, it said t" be also on board
New Yokk, Docomber 21. At 10.30
o cloci; tuo jury onierud inu court room,
nnd in answer to tho lliual Inquiry of tho
luiluorepliod that they had luund a ver
diet or not guiuy. At tins announcement
tho audience broke Into it thunder ol ap
i. ltno. which tint rourt did not old net to.
li..l. ni.Hnl... . . . .i.... I1 . ... i -r .....-' .... 1
wunvuv nuia iiow lorn; runup I ani nitor n ihp"o oi nuout ton minutos mo
Uulloton; A Cbristtntu Story; How to 0(,utl WM aojourniu,iiniut..'ttonday morn
Cook U (ioOSO! London Tinnrnviinwml.. I"!!' V
Notes. literature of the Day ; Moichclet
Kocont Music and Muttciansi'' LeltnJ't
o j i '"bai,u
I-ostor s "Pro-historic rnces of tho United
oui". ino tiuoiisuors announce a now
serial ttory by tho popular English nov
ellst, deorge McDonald, ontit'.od "Mai
colrn," und which will bo begun in tho
'Scitin.N Kit's Mouthly' fur Januury it
mado up of tho following ; Tho Slnger't
Hills, illustrated, 11. It.; Tho Great Air
Lino to tho Moon, adapted from Jules
Yjck-iiuko, Decomber 24. Down
John Kylo, Honry Tyrone. Up Mary
Houston, Oeo Iiyle, John K Lolla, Kattio.
"Weather cloar and tool. Blvor riting.
Nasiivillf, December 2 i River riling
ncain: 0 foot t inches on shoals. Arrived;
.Shlpjur'fl Own,.Uppor Cumberland;- tDo
partod; U'H'Uook, Prdueab, Oloiidy and
ool. i -' - -
Litt Hock, Decomber 21 Cloudy and
ccol. Tho river ban fhllen tovun leet oy
gungn. Arrived Mary Jloyd, Mcmphlt;
It. W . Dugan, Kow (Orleans. Uopiirtcd
Atland, Fort uibsou.
Pittsiiuiio, December 21 ltlvor SI
feet 6 inchos nnd fulling. Mononghalu
G foot 0 inches nnd falling, Arrived, .1
Ellankin, M'tamoras; P. W Skllllngor,
Cincinnati. Tho former returns tins af
ternoon. Memimiib, December 21 Cloudy, cool
Itivor about Btationary. Arrived; Arling
ton, Cincinnati. Departed; Indiana and
Scudder. New Orluani; Parker, Cincinn
ati; Clarktvillo end Hollo of Texee, Littlo
Nr.tr Okleaxs, Decombor 24. Ar
rlvol Allegheny Hello and barKOf, Cin
,olunati. t, Departed Putnam'- City ' and
bafget; (Ireat llepublie, KU. Euuit; Vohn
IVlfgUMf, UlUllUUBkl, A' JliilllVv ia,uui-
Uautas liivcr. weatuor ciouuy.
Lt. Louil, Docembor 21. Ajrircd
Capitol City, Vicksburg; Jolinsou, Koo-
kuk: Jan, Howard, Now Orleans. Do
partod Ha Porgo, Eed r.iver; City of
Alton, Nov Orlfaut; Grand Tower, Mnm
phis: Utah, Arkansas ltlvor. iliver fall
Ing. .Weather cloudy and mild, Huow
EvANhviLLK. Dccombor 21. Clear nn
fogey last night, but cloudy at noon to
day. Morcury 81 to 38. Tho river bat
fallen i foot 3 Inches; 20 foot 9 inches by
tho iron guago. Port list, up Keith
Holslor. (leo Jtoherts. Down tayetto
Prulrin City. Idlowild with 5 barges, light
Tho Trroscon picked up n sang below
Owontboro thit morning, doing but littlo
From Dot. .Mniues.
Tin: orriciAi. yotu.
l)i:e Moine?, Ik., Docembor
n .v i h ii. t i.s.t n .i r
trenrh and Amfirican
Wi P. lULl.lDAY, Wniittnli
HK.NKT I,. UALLIDS.T, Vif r-?r-!Ji-A.
WALTER HVcLOI'.. l-.lita rtjlcr
- t " I ii
Uiiit, Ti7L0a'. RonaTll. CrMiiK nt
flrskT L. lUtiitiAT. W. T. 1Iam.iiit.
Ob-j. V. tViuiirun, brxsiUM lli3i
Lae!ieiiKi Votti i'u.1 I'ultm fltnts-t
Ilouda J-Kini;tit und Hold.
A ri'LI. DltAWlNG CKItTAIN
ESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
DEPOSITS r:eiT3, aJ-.J
FIRST NATIONAL UAKK
It. W. Millkii, Pn tidont.
J. M. Phi Lirri, Vice-l'rotdimt.
CiiAa. Cuw.mwoiiam, Ctshlnr.
0'JM.EOYIOKH PKOMTn.-j UaDK.
EX0II'"1R, com, w.k ceis it' ' ..'.fJ
ptrtton teu tr't'f-fl bonRlit ami iwU,
Inl.rrS Allowed nn 'tlnift nriontt
B. F. I3LAKE,
(SuccciEor to II. T. Utrould.)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer in
Cub and Stkam PrrE KiTiiNne.
ui.uni: AK"'AXi.r. vai-vih,
1.11AD PIPK ANDPUMP-S
lth GitAND Gift Conceiit
For the benctit of tho
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVKU A .MILLION IX HANK.
Success Assured !
Kdcr to meet the gonernl wish and
tlon of the nuhlfo and ticket hold-
irs for tho lull payment of tbo magnificent
virtu, announced for Iho Fourth lirund (lift
' Concert of tho Public Library of Kentucky,
tlio inailagcmi-ni navo ucicrmincu to. post
pone tho Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tbo 31st of March 1RT1.
They hao already reallod
OVI2RA MILLION DOJjLAKS
And havo a great many ngcnU yet to hear
No doubt ii entertained of tho halo ot
oteiv- ticket before tho drawing, but
whether nil nro iold or not tho drawing will
positively and iineiiulvocully take place on
Iho ilav now fixed, and if.uoy rruialu un
told th'ev will ho cnucelleil and tho prizes
will ho reduced in proportion to the unsold
Only (JO.OCO tlckoU havo heenlhsuod, and
12,000 CSKC GIFTS.
will bo dlfctilbutcd among the ticket hold
ers. Tho tickets aro printed in coupons or
tenth, nnd nil fractional paits will bo repre
sented in tlia drawing Just at wholo lleketn
LIST Of Q1VT.
One dram! Cah Clft
Ono (Irund Cuju l.llt
Ono Oraud Cah Oift
One (Iraiid ('-o'h (lift
One (Iraiid Cash Ulft
10 Cash tiliu 510,1-ou eacu .
30 Cah Cill MOO each.
t uuu oacn .
400 each .
3. 0 each .
'J00 each .
100 earh .
r0 each .
which will be sold at the
est possible price.
3? IcL 33 3T 1,1
...in .1 11 i , ,i
win w wen it, cuu wiin in
his stoek of
, 100 coo
, 60 000
. S." 000
, 17 COO
. K'O 000
, jnu ooo
. ro m
. -to 000
. 4(1 000
. -ir, ow
; m oeo
. jh r.oo
. :) ooo
tlttical titblc-makurt aro (applying t the
...... .11, l.L. .'
stall umcuru uu rr'jucpin lur wiu niiiuini
veto of thit itato for (lovornor. Thoy
will have to watt until tlio Legislature
meets, m thn returns nro mado under toal
to tbo Speaker of tho JIouso, who alono
can opou tbeni, '"
(Joueral llakor is ttlll sniidug generous
supplies to tho homesteaders.
Mrs. Hll7.ft.both l.otoy, of Keokuk, tbo
mother of Mrt. General Hugh T. Held,
died on Saturday, aged Ti years. Mrs.
l.o itoy was tho daughter of Colonel
Henry Vundorberg, an oillcor of thn
American revolution, rrenuent oi tmi
Verne, Illustrated, .Frank P.. Stocktcn ;
Boudoir Prophecies, n pseui, John Hit;
.The llauotod Iloute, a poem, illustrated, t flrit Legislatiyo .Council of tbo North- c'.oecd lower; Nol tpring 1 10io2U4J,
Nkw 0i.itiA, l)vWmr)r 'JlWett(rn
ptoduce, f(;rcotfrlcsf jrpvlslpnsBugar tnd
niblalsetato allqulot at esUirday'aiprlcet,
Thoro Is but littlo doing outsldo or retail
Mbmtuih, Decombor 21 Flour quiot.
Corn meal fpiiot and unchanged. Corn
dull lower ut 0;GHc. Cats dull, prooplng
RtOJQG&c!- 'slay dull-unchanged, Uran
active at 17, Hulk meats quiet and un
changed. Lard dull unchangod.
8t. Louin, December 24. Flour un
changed; tuperllifo 0;g)5, 25; X 6 60g0 2fi;
NX. Oi 5U(a7 XXX 7 267 60. Wheat
spring ncllvn nnd firm; No 2 1 20; fall
dull,. lowur and unsettled; No 3 rod 1 35
I !10; -No - offered Rt.l 02, without buyers.
Corn opened firm, bit closed dull and
lnwor; No 2 inixod MQfiic. Outs quiot;
No 2 mixed 40c.
Ciiicauo, Docomber 21. Flour quiot
and uncnangod. wneai oponou urm and
ItClTDrlvo wolU put down in any pait ol
tho city or eurrotinding country.
e BO 00
AYKKB 4 CQ.,
UEHEHAL COMMISSION MEH01IAKTS
Np. 7Q Ohio Lkybk, OAino, Ills.
no cash nun
80 Cash (HUH
100 Cai-h (lifts
2M Cash ilft
I'nini. l'J.Oi.o Olfts all Cah, nmouBt
lug to,. l 600 000
Tlie chance for u uut aro as one io uvc.
rnicu or tickets.
Halvct ' '
Tenths, or neh eonpsn
It Wholo ticket for
tfll Tickets lor
li:i Wholo tickets for
'7 Wlinln tluki'ta for
No dltcnint ou less than ifriOO wortli ol
tickotH. , , ,
Tlia I'ourin uiiiroiiopn.wiiiiiuciiuiiic
In nil respects, iiko mo inreo mat imvo ai
reudv been nlveii, nnd lull particular may
bo learned linm vireulaiii wnluh will be tout
freo irom thU oillce to all who apply tor
oninrs for tickets unit aniillcatloiis lor
aueneles will bo attended to in the order
tlmy nre received, nnd lt It hopod thoy will
bo sent In promptly, that thero may n no
(.anointment or delay In tiling mi Lib
era' tcrnn aro given to thoto who buy to hell
llgllll. All ancws Iiru pruMipiuiMiir ic
quired to i-ettlo up tlieir nccouutt and c
turn all unsold tickets by thoSOih day o
M,.i,li THUS, i . II UAM . CTTK.
Ani'iit Public Library, Ky., and Maiiogor of
(ilft Conceit, Publio Library bntli