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TIIK IIPI.L.IK WKKKI.r IIIM.M.TI.N'.
John II. tlily Jt l'o nivp reduced th nt,.
"On,.!"." I" ' "f I''" WwkIji Hum lliillrl n In
Oif Ator sr ., iw. iniiMtiii I ltd cheapest pft
perpublithsd llifmitln'rii tlln.olK.
Tin: jifisiiiierH iii' thi! county in
b'l Loiii wore tnutoil in n turkey din
hit, liy tin- jiiilor. on CMirlst nin- itny.
'I'm: New Vni k Sim cills (Iranfe
indorsement of the tula of the civil
service coiiiinifsion, 'ilo.itli IumI
' teiieiitniice. "
Titv: Atlantic Monthly, who-o place
is in the front ranks of radicalism, has
declared njiainst tlic re-uniniuatiuu of
Gk.v. Scnr.xcK iviilnlr.nvrf from the
directorship of the Kniimi silver mine
ns often as Fish rc-ipis, and in the
TilK contributions to the Chicago
free library have been so liberal in
England that it has been necessary to
secure the crystal palace to store them
away in. The rjuceu has donatod cop
ies of all her works, each containing
Tin: Seneca stone, from Grant's
quarry, is sold to the government by
weight. The stone is treaeheroiis
not having the interest of its owners at
at heart, it obstinately refiiMH to split
Uraight. If a split is started in the
middle of one side of a square block,
it will probably terminate at one of
the corners. Hence the neee-sity of
selling it -by weight and not by the
cubic foot. If it splits wrong after
Uncle .Sam has bought it, he can throw
it away and the president can make
his money out of it all the same.
Tub territorial government of the
District of Columbia appeaiM to be a
fccoiid clition of Taiiini-iny with im
provements. The indelitediieii of the
district up to the in iiigur.itio.'i of the
new gover.ima.it, wa, B'-' (iOO.COO.
During the first six mouths of the lat
ter appropriations for different pur
poses were nnde to the amount ol
felii,Hi.),ri..H Three members of
the board of public work, all appointed
by Grant, held contracts or offices un
der the Tun'ited State, and one of
them is a defaulter to the government
in the amount of S IS.IIIIII. These fact.
are well known to Grant, but he ap
pointed them on the board of public
works and they are now draw
ing salaries from the district as
well a from the n.itional government.
This i a fair sample- of civil airvice
reform a carri.-d out by the president.
Tin: reform party of Cincinnati has
ofTc-te-1 an organization, adopted u
platform and elected officers. It suites
its objects in the following word:
' One of it.-, special objects at home shull
be to insure the election of cap.ibe
and honest men to local office., ami to
defeat all corrupt ring candidate. by
whatever party nominated. It will
nl-o labor to disseminate its declared
principle-, and to promote its object
in Ohio and throughout the union."
The purpo.-e of the organization, ns
applied to municipal election., is a
good one. and ought to be carried out.
The people of this country have
learned, by dear experience, the fully
of giving to profe-ed politician the
mnall honors and larger 'profits
of local office.-. Hut the ob
ject of the reformers is slightly
Eutopian, regarded in the pre.-eut po
litical condition of the country.
An elderly gentleman was reeont
ly "confidence " on a train running into
KeoVuV, by tlmrpar', who Induced him to
buy u draft (worthier) on Ihilliilo for
$167 40, ho paying tlnmi two $100 bills,
and thsy paying Mm $i no , change.
Tim conductor n ttio trai i took tlio first
opportunity to .mlctly t uL.nt to tin. In.
tiocent old (jpnUoman that ho wa. afraid
the draft wn a fraud. wm thl))
Muni roponiM of tliq iu,iorturl.i,in
,'intUuny UBSorfraufll,un mytwoono
Hundred dollar nolo. worn, tl.un I um nut
turty-lhrcj dollar utieiid which I ihli.U
t'. IumiioilntliohuhltofdciiK,,.. ln
counturMt currcncyi bul , a,w -
little or that lortofumium tut
tuo benefit of that t0rt ot CMom,Jr
ST Tho initltmloii known u, tho Tain
mnny ocle ty Is of venerable titiullv and
honorable antecedent,, though now wdlv
fallen from its high e.luto. The crHnU
association wusorcanlzcd In I7ha
ocioty of ruuimany or Columbian order '
eiiy ut .-sow York," but it was nut 1
v-eMinriy incorpomttd by tho IM.hiiuit
,,.tl tllr., rtyi ......
' I IflU r II in '.nl..
to nlforJ rolirf to lt Indigent and dlf
lrejcd members, nnd otliorn who might to
found projiflr objecte "f tlicir clinrity;
nnd there Is ii6tln'fiff whntever In the net
of Inenrpnrnticn l'"lii'Hli nny pnlltlenl
purptifo or Jn!if t!j'' Miefllinl it wn
over de'lfni'd to hr-enmo th" powerful
pirllwn Imtnimeritnllty t nut It fiibfe-q-tPlii
p-nvrd to he.
C.. The o.let nnd lniilo.t renipIy
f..f rl.iipi el hmuU I found in every ftore
room Take conuiidn stnrcli and sriud
with a knifi! until it i reduced to the finest
pnw 'cr Tnke n eleim tin box nnd fill it
v th irv'i lliu prepird, ?o n t,i iiave il
eoiiliiiu illy nlliuid fir u Th.m, evcy
tini" Unit tlio hand nro vuhpd, rlnp
thrm tlioruiighly In elunr water, wipe
tlipin, and while- tliey are yet damp, rub n
pinch of tlio ftarcli thoroughly over them,
covering the whole, flirface. The elleet
iimsjic il. Tim ronli, iiiarting fkln l
coole I, toothed nnd luiilod, bringing and
limning the c;reatot degree of comfort
nnd free lorn from IhU bv no menu I'ulg-
Tho Hon. Wlllard Hall, judge of
the I'nilcd Htnles dl'lriet court for Dela
ware, reflnod his pndtion lnt week, at
lh yrent nuo of 01 year. Ho ha been
for nearly half n century continually on
the bench, Sixty-nine year. ago ho en
tered upon tho practice of tho law. In
1810 ho was elected to congress, and in
1S18 re-elected. In 1823 President Mon-
roe appointed him United States district
judge, nnd ho hns norved without Inter
mission Ic the present time, except that
within the Inst vo.ir failini' health has
prevented iiim from regularly nttendine;
to tho duties of tho place .
B8L.Socrntnry Dihino bus issecd nn
order prohibiting the ndmhsiou of attor
noyj and newspaper reporter! to the rooms
of tho General Land Office nnle-3 armed
with n permit from hlmsoll, tho Assistant
Sccrutuvy or the Commissioner. H was
generally thought Unit tlil? order was
Issued in consequence of llio publication of
n letter in tho Now York Herald of the
16th Inst., purporting to make disclosure
in relation to tho liurlinuton and Missouri
Kivor railroad ring, an, I darkly hinting nt
some of the chief officers of the depart
ment. H5.Tho H'drcAm-ut (tini IlrjUelor, tho
great Boston organ of tho Plymouth rocks,
has ncluiilly como out in favor of the
observance of Uiirlstiu is as n holiday,
placing it on tho fomo footing ns Knw
Year's. It calls attention, however, to the
difi'ercnee between "iioln'.ay" and holy
day." Tho world wilt now look for tho
abandonment of tho doe'.rino of total de
pravity, for no tonot is dearer to the gena
ine Puritan than undying opposition to
K.V full meeting of the representa
tives of the railroads eptitnring ill Indian
apolis was held on We lneidny, to ink
action on the free-pa- nystein, tho nggrc.
gate of which is nearly 13 per cent on the
i;toss passenger traffic. Tho resolutions
adopted prohibit th Usutng ol nil pusp,
with the exep'.i lnlVrp(lprocn,. oni to
tlioMniWrunl ra 1 1 ro:i' H m nil" T''-iIi "ein Tier ol
!JayTlio Huston TrarAlcvnx M is. .I.ihii
Dix died in that city, n Tnw d ivs nn, at
tin) age of lot) yen-, mi 1 that fhe wn one
of thirteen eliildren, each of whom reindict!
the age ol 73 or over bjf.iro bis or her
doatn. They were all born in Cliarles
tow ii, Hiid on the sum location, although
the house where kiiiip first -'iw tho light
was burned during the Uuvolntiuiiarv war.
M3i- Pliibulelphian nro disetuin tho
propriety partly in referenco to tlio pro
po.od centennial celebiatiou in 1870, of
urging upon the United State govern
ment the purchase of Independence Hull
nnd smtarc in public pmparty. The par-cha-e
money would bo devoted to the ex
penses attendant upon the centennial eel
ebration. BUThe Christmas tree is n (Jirmsn
custom j KrU Cringle nnd SiintH CUiu
tiro Germnn crMtlon ; the il pent alien of
churches with bully, ivy nnd other evcr-
grpen ! of Ciurmiir. ..rigin ; imd ireiont
giving and lino dinner ..n ChrNtmns arp
n-tleutioin of German birth.
Iiy It Is understood nt Waihlngton
that i hi) eliminatnl portions of tho I'isb
CntHcazy oorreiwiiiclnne, which tho hitter
promises to rotore. cntiiined iiidliiutablo
evlduneo that tin stai.. dnpartnionl had
been Kiven nnd iieccpted a lioavv bribe
through Htincrofl Dav n.
I In New Orleans the words "Chicaeo
mllorcr" h ive Income tyuoiiymous with
viig.unt, tiilal, blaelili!,' When a mm Is
taken up for nny iiiUduineanor lie is
alluded to bytho CronciitJotiruaUns "one
of tho gang of Chicago mittWor."
lairCloa' icoiiomy uud strict nttontion
to bn.lmi, on the part nf S.tott, the carpet,
buying gnvurnor of South Carolina, has
enabled him to hiy up SI 00,000 out of ti
yearly Hilary of Sl.fluo.
Vui' The nssoelitid ridhviiys of Ger
many coiml.tof n-vftity olaht companies,
owing to 10,1 13 mile of road. The num
ber of miles added dining the put yrnr
JCeiy-Joliu Ilrown, u tmtiVo ur
(Juincy, was recently IVo.en to death In
oiio of the now mining districts of Utah.
IQfc. Sjiiio of tho dromes worn at the
Grand Ducal ball in New York cut us
much ns 3,000 each.
&$' Ninety-!! vu gambling dens urn kept
in New York in open defiance of tho pid
iee. ttZT Tlie fiddle bus beeomu the fnihion.
nble iii.iruiuunt fur youni women nt
tfju Tho Kiiiimi mine bin. 1: id l. miiiiu
ehangod to Tho Kinma Sehenc'c silver
CfB.. Ai'nml. believes that Nuupira Pulls
wl" wc,,r ,,w"' hi Just cloven tiiuu-nml
THE CAIRO DAILY
TIIK TEMPERANCE DILL.
A IIM.I. roil AS" ACT TO I'llOVItlK AGAINST
Tin: .rn.s nnsULTiNo rtiosi tiik p.m.i:
ok txroxiciTiNo i.to.roiis in tiik statu
OK i .MNOIS.
'Jeptiov I. .'.. A.t I... . i 1
tf tin- Slate o lllintnr. miretentcu in the
(irnn al AnM), That it slinll bo unlaw
ful for nny person or persons, bvngontor
otherwise, without firt having dblnincd n
llccnso to keep n grocery, to poll in nny
qunntity, Intoxicating Honors, to bo drank
in, upon or nbout tho building or premises
whore sold, or to sell such Intoxicating
liquors to bo drank In nny adjoining
room, building or premises, or'othcr plnco
of public resort, connected with nid
building : 1'rarldcJ, that no person slinll
bo granted a llconso to sell or givo nwnv
Intoxicating liquors, without first giving
n bond lolhe municipality ornutborlty au
thorized by law to grnnt licenses ; which
bond shall run in tho nnmo of tlio peoplo
of tho state of IlllnoN, and lie In tho penal
sum of three thousand dollars, with nt
least two good nnd sufficient securities,
who shall be freeholders, conditioned that
they shall pay all damages to nnv person
or porsoii which may bo inflicted upon
them, cither in person or properly, or
means of support, by reason of tlio person
so obtaining n license selling or giving
away into.xicntlng l'qttorsi nnd ncli bond
may be used nnd recovered upon for the
uso of nny such person or persons, or their
legal representative, whomav be injured
by reason of tho selling of 'intoxicating
liquors by the person or his agent so ob
taining tho license.
Ski'. 2. It shall be unlawful for nnv
person or persons, by ugent or otherwise",
to sell intoxicating liquors to minors, un
less upon tlio written ordor of parents',
guardian or family phytdchin, or to per
sons Intoxicated, or who aro in the habit
of getting Intoxicated.
Skc. 3. All places whore intoxicating
liquors nro sold in violation of this act
shall bo taken, held and declared common
nuisances; and nil rooms, taverns, eating
house?) bazars, restaurants, drug stores,
groceries, coll'eo homos, collars or other
tilncei of public resort wherein intoxicat
ing liquors nro sold in violation of tills
aet; shall bo shut up and abated ns public
nuisances, upon conviction of the keeper
thereof, who shall bo punished ns herein
!ii:c. Kvcry perou who shall, by tho
sale of It.toxlcnting liquors, with or with
out a license, cause the intoxication of nny
other person, shall bo liable fi.r nnd coin
polled to pay ti reasonable compensation
to any person who niiiv take clmrgo of
and provfdo for such Intoxicated person,
nnd two dollars per day fn nddilion there
to for every day such iutoxieitod nerson
shall be kept in onscquonco of such in
toxication j which sums may bo recovered
in an action of debt bi'fore itny court hav
ing competent juri-dieiion.
.Sec. r. Kvcry htisbind, child, wife,
parent, guardian, employer, or other per
son, who shall be injured in properly or
person, or means of support, by any in
toxicatcd person, or in conicquetico of" the
intoxication, habitual or otherwise, of nnv
person, shall have n right of action in Id's
or her mime, lovcrally or jolntlv, against
any person er persons who shall, by sell
ing or giving intoxicating liquor-, have
caused tlio Intoxication in whole or in
part, of Mitch person or person', nnd any
person or persons, owning, renting, leasing
or permitting the occuption of any build,
ing or premises, nnd having knowledge
that intoxicated liquors nro to be s-oitl
therein, or who having leased tho same lor
other purp.i-i, cli.ill knowingly permit
therein the -tie of nny intoxicating
liquors that Imvo caused 'in whole or in
par!, tlio intoxication of any ncr-uii, slmll
bo liable sovcrally r.r jolntlv, with tho pur
son or persons selling or g(v!ng Intoxicat
ing liquors afoiesaid. for all damages stis
talue.l, mid ! or exeiu lary damages; mul n
married woman shall have thu samo right
lo loin. -ml- mi, 1 1 control tho :iiiiu mid
the amount recovered, ns a iemi-nale ;
ami nil damages rccoveted by u'niinor un
der this m-t shall bo paid either to such
minor or lo his or bur parent, giiarc'iiiu or
next friend, n- the court shall din ct ; mid
the unlawful snio or giving nwnv of in
toxicating liquors shall woik a forfeituic
of nil tights of tlio lcsloo or tenant, under
any lease or contract of rent upon
tho pivinbes wliero such unlawful snioor
giving away, shall take place, nnd nil suits
lor damages under this net mnv bo bv nnv
apprnptiiite action in nny of the courts of
this state having competent jurisdiction.
Si:c. ti. l'or every violation of tlio pro
visions of tlio first and second sections of
this net, every person so oH'ending tditill
forfeit nnd pay n lino of not less than
twenty nor more than one liiuidrcd dol
lars, nnd imprisoned in the j.iil of tho
county not le.s than ten nor more than
thirty ili-. an 1 p iv tho co-ts of nroinen.
lion ; and for every violation of the pro-vi-ioiu
of the third section of thl a-it.
every peron convicted as tlio keepsr of
any of tho places tboruin declared to !.
nuttaiiiccit, shall forfeit nnd pay a fine not
less thuti fifty nor more thnn one hun
dred dollar-, nnd be imprisoned in the jail
in jfomi mr noi ie?s iiian twenty nor
mure than li ly days, i.nd pn v thn co-t i.f
nro'cctill hi : nnd such jdaeo or pl.ico-, m
kept by a b person or person so convict
nl, b'ill be !iut up nnd ubnt'-d upon thw
order ( tin court before whom such con.
viclion iimy bj hud, until such tiino n,
such person or peinnis keeping such jihiecs
sh dl give hum! nnd security, to bo approv
ed by imid curl, in the penal sum of olio
thousand dwllius, payable to the state of
Illinois, conui'i men that hu, she or they
will nut sell intoxicating liquors contrnrv
to bill's nf il,!. ktulc, nnd will nnv nil line".
cods (Hid damages ns.e-ied against snel!
keener or keepers, lor nnv violation there.
ol ; and in e.i-c of n f'.irielturo of such bond,
suit iimy bj brought thurooii, for tho w
of any parson Interested, or i,r the tec of
tun nullity; ill eie-o ol a lino or eo,u duo
ilcb county ; Vor'.n, tli.it tlio ponalllc
in lliu tinttiro of tines, inoiitloned in lids
section, may he enforced separately from
the iiiiprl-iMinii nt, before justices 'of th'
pence or p die i magistrates.
i. I lie giving nwnv of intoxie. t
ing liquois.orotlieriihift ordovli 'O III lil'mlri
the provlsiuin of this net, shall lie dccim d
and held an unlawful selling, within 1 1,,.
provisions oi mis net.
Sue. U. Pur tlio pavuiunt of nil il.
costs and dnniagcs assessed agaliid ni,'
person or person.-, inconsequence ( n',,
sale ofintoxiiiiiing iii(,rs, ns provided in
.e..'lioii five uf lids net, that leal cst.-.tc ni,i
per-oiial piepeity of such person or pel
sons, of every kind, except Mich as miii in.
exempt under the homestead lawof'tl,'.
state, or melius mav bucxemnt fi utll tel'v
and sale upon Judgment and execution,
shall be liable : uud such lines. I, ,,,, I
damages shall bo alien upon hitch real -tato
until paid j and in case any person
or persons shall rent or leau toanotlior or
others, nny building or premises to bo
used or occupied in whole or in part, for
tho sale of iiit'ixleating honors or shall
permit tho siinio lo bo so used or oceiinlcd.
shall bo held liable for nnd may In sold
to pay nil tines, coils and ilnmnirps
nssussed against nnv parson or ner.
sons occupying such bulldlmr or
iiremUos; prociedings may be had to sub
ject tho same to the payment of nny snob
nous lino ci sis iisse,eo or Jliaglneiit roeuv-
eroj, which remain unpaid, or any pait
thereof, either bolero or after execution
shall Uiiiongaliiittho pioperly of the per
son or porsons ngnlmt whom nieh fine
nnd eons and judgment shall have been
aojiiugcii or uswscii; mi l whin execution
fchall lisiie tigaliist the propnty ro 'miJ
or rented, the ofll-er rhiill iiroj'-ed tj sal.
my c:u i execution tint ot tin u all 1 lit u or
premises so leau'd or oc'iplwl as af re
nnd mil In cire tiiich I iil llinr or or m.
' 1 "lit II lillll iP in He nr r o, . ,
BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1871.
person or idiot, and his or her real and
personal proporly shall bo held llnblo In
Hiend of such minor, Insnno person or
Idiot, nnd his or her property slinll bo sub
ject to nil tho provisions of thlssccllcn re
lating to tho collection or linos, cost nnd
!SK U. The penalty nnd Imprisonment
mr tioned in tho sixth section of this net
nun bn enforced by Indictment in nnv
cott t of record having crimlnnl jurisdic
tion, and all pecuniary fines nnd penalties
provided in any of tho sections of this net
(except tlio fourth and filth) mny bo en
forced and prosecuted for bo'foro and
justice of the pcacoof tho proper countv,
In an notion of debt, In tho nnmo of tlio
people of Illinois r.s plnlntlll'; nnd in caso
of conviction tho ofiondor shall stand com
mitted to tho common jail until tho judg
ment and costs nro fully pnid, and tho
magistrate or court in which tho convic
tion Is had shall Isstto n writ of capias ad
satisfaciendum lliorofor; nnd justices of
tho pence shall have jurisdiction of nil
nctions nrising under the fourth nnd fifth
sections of this net, when tho amount In
controversy does not exceed two hundred
dollars, such nctions to bo prosecuted in
tho nnmo of tho party Injured or entitled
lo the doltt or damages provided for in
said fourth nnd fifth sections.
Sec. Hi. In nil prosecutions under this
act, by indictment or otherwise, It shall
not bo necessary to state the kind of liquid
sold j nnd for nny violation of tho third
section of this net it shall not bo necessary
to state the name of tho person to whom
sold j and in nil cases the person or persons
to whom intoxicating liquors slinll bo sold
in violntion of this act shall bo competent
witnesses to prove such fact, or nnv other
WOODIIUI.I, AND CI.AKM.V IN TIIK IlOfSKI,
ITNKI'.AI, l'llOCKSSIO.V ItKMAltKS IIV
pit. Louis Itcpiiblican New.Yotk Icttcr.l
If Victoria and Tenncsseu wero not
amused, they must bo difficult creatures to
ent'rtniu. Tho boyi invited them to
speak, and wero particularly happy in their
remarks on their personal appearance. A
big tow-headed boy sung out : " Which is
,tlm old cat lliey calls tho next president V
Oil 1 my, aint she ugly I Say old gal, give
us ii song nnd dnncc. Is that jour own
hair or a scratch? Open yer mouth vet
'fraid to, for fear the boss-ear.s '1 think "it's
tlio depot and drive in? ' ".lehu I what n
nose," says a lad within a Toot of Victoria;
" 1 hain't seen such a noo sinsa 1 had the
measles, and then tho doctor had it to prick
a bile with." The u isty little nuisances
stood in solid masses nbout the
women. Col. lllood nnd Stephen
Pearl Andrews manfully strove to protect
thebrokeresses. lint tlio boys sconiPtl to
know nil nbout matters, and said : " Now
his blood's up '' "Saj-, Ciipt'n it's nil
rigbt--we'ro nil free" lovers.-' When a
cheap transparency made its iippcarauec
willi n delegation, lie.uing inscription :
" And they had nil thi-igs in common,"
then the crowd shouted, Ketch that b.iii
n r over here. " Give it lo Woodhtill."
" Here's lha gal for that motto. '' Finally
the procession start -d, nnd llio-e unhappy
women, foot-soro and iuulted, wnlkeil
miles through the mud which covered
everything, supported by tlio greatest rnb
blo that ever paraded, "one venk band,
thirty or forty lower class French women,
and thousands of wild, liungrj -looking
men. It was ridiculous on the part of the
M)lice to interfere with the c-jtmnunj-t,
s tliey did on the preceding Sunday, since
that net was the only one that gave any
sort of consi quttiee "to t'io k!m! atli.-.
V ItllltiAI. LllN.NKK.
A dinner purty given by n wiii!tl, ei;i
zen of New York to n'hrije an'l h.-r
hriik'Miitiids is thus de-ciihe I : To unit
'cuted sixteen, served on caeh side, with
lb" lady nnd gentleman of tlio hoc at
lb ' hiMd nnd foot. The table -dclli was of
liAl llL-iiVi' .white sill; willi fringe half u
yard deep, ami w.h ittcg.iiiUy imiTios-int.
Along tiio e Iges of the table under the
pi ites of the guests, wero sproul b-ngtlii of
'ho finest and costliest ihnnusl; tlio whhh
of a napkin. There wvre no uieiiis or
viir. t tides on lliu hoard. It was -et and
ornamented for dessert. At cn"h place
wis ii -mail silver vnsu of exqui-itu pat
tern, bidding h few rare tl nvcrs. There,
with knife and fork, and II vu wino glasses
oi (ink-rent sizes mid patterns, nnd the bill
of fare, printed in gold, on white satin,
were nil. in tho centre of tho table
wa a li 'lily-chascd plated tank filled with
nii'-s and flowers, liunning up from this
win n stem which was twined with lncs
and held a stand n little les in si.o than
tini tank, which was perforated with holes.
On this stand stood u block of the clearest
iee, which sparkled tnd looked rainbow
liued in tlio numerous gaslight', and, as it
melted, sent little streams of water trick
ling down among the plants, making a
beautiful fountain. Tim fruit. ;..
elegant stands, garni-hed with the most
1 ...... .!,.. 1 ,1 " MM . . ...
uvuiiiiiiu nuwers. J lie Wliole table pri--setited
a very elegant appearance. There
were five courses, nt the end of e.i ;h of
which the narrow table cloths on the edge
of the table- were dexterously rolled up j
and taken oil' by the waiters, showing I
fresh ones beneath, and clean iivpkins '
were supplied to the gneit-.
i.ivi.vn.sroNKs !,.isT ontrUAitv.
;."io n tfin si.oi IVanoi-eo News Loiter, H
llis W itb ileell ntld onleer.iti -,...r..l (lt..i
we announce tlio death of our esteemed
fellow-citizen, Dr. Livingstone. This mel-
nnellolv OVelll lm ennui iitwin llir, ,., I,..,
liken thunderbolt out of u cleirsky. Hail
the doctor borne a cluirme 1 life, his death
could not have provoked greater astonish,
ii.ontatid vexation. Up to yesterday noon
the village physician at Ijijl wns perfectly
confident that lie would recover, although
the pestilential climate of .Soudan had wor
ried him, nnd had proved fatal to bis faith
fill and attached hippopotamus. At nbout
1 o'clock, however, he begun to full rapid
ly. and by o there wits nothing left of him
nt Ijijl, though he was still prevalent in
several regions lo the southward, and the
vicinity ot Gebel-el-Ciiuiri was pervaded
with him in considerable quantity; but by
I advices came irom Dahomey that ho was
dead in that section, bv 8 lie had psrished
all along tlio upper Nile, bv 1) had faded
and gone from lleled-el-dared, mid before
diyligbt tliis morning tlio returns wero all
in, nnd Dr. Livingstone, tho great African
explorer, was no more forever! Tho
oli.cqnins, will take phi ?e at Hoorloboola
Ghn as soon as all the remains can be con
ceiitrated nt that point. In Its deep uf
llii lion soionen lias our heartiest sympathy
nnd we cheerfully condole with everv
liodv. 'OAI, AMI 1TOUII.
WOOD I WOOD I! WOOD
The iiinlorsiKiw I ulll fiirnlsli
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Clienp, II not liciiier
Tlian any unod ilealnr In Oalrn. ,iavo nnltr
on (Ins slates at thn l'oHtolllcii an I at llosn' rem I
iml, ml Cdiiiinurcliil avenue, liptnccn Teiilh and
IhcIIIIi fireols, Oalro, lllinoli, J u KOoi
I'le.isuiii nnd ill cud llio Hnod nn If desired,
"ii-'lodf HKNNIS IIAI.IIY.
I , I ;. A I MllICM in lurel.y fiivcn lliat II. V.
IJ Iviiirnluc, I'Uliit.ll, lias cuiiminifcd an nc.
tiuii to jiciiu t a .1 stress Ur real Hitalnst Joseph
lliilllss, delend.inl, In tlio ilielilt eunrl ol Al
niidor uoiiiity, in thu stale nf llim, and that
in lono and i.icn , the n turn or auiniiiiins In
Um ui.h Is I lit third Muieluy In January, 1S7J,
ii' llio eouit him,.. n Cuiro, Illinois
'Mil l( II ll.11,. fit Ii
O K O O K It t K fi .
P ItOVISIONS, K T C.
Ohio Lkvkk : : : : : Caiho, Im,
onnrns rao.MriLr rnnn.
H. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLKSALK OHOOKHS,
OHIO I. KVKK
! A I It O . I I, I. I O I S ,
A'so, krrp ponslinlly nn hnml n tiiont cum.
pl"(o tock of
SCoTl'tl A Nil IIIISII WIIIHKIP.a
ti I iS' H,
Port, Madcria, Sherry and Calnwba"SVines
I) SJIVTII .t CO. sell pxrlimlTcly for ca.h.to
fW.i"c i "10V lnvil "'p csiecll att'-n-
Special attention given to rilling Orders
IfAXIv KLKCTIUN NOTICK.
A ye1i"-?a W.H lliplattln C'.ly NaIIiida
X. Hank liiesdi, Jiinintry li.ts;., tin-seven ill
A. II. HA I KHU), Urtfllirr,
Is O U I S .1 O K C B N S K N ,
I'caler in all kind, of
STAPLK AND FANCY
I'Hrmrr'si Viinl ami ntnlilliiu-
Cor. Wjjshiiigtoti-av. and Twcnticth-.st.
MILS. .M. SWA.N'UKII,
DEA LICR h .MILLINERY
I.ADIKS IM'ltNISHING GOODS,
I'' .""; ii.sio. inin
.,., .iii.viiiiir: s
! C.wno, li.M.voi..
CLOTHING I'OK LADIKS' Vh.rt
JLiile la unlcr, or Ki'ndj.T'Iml.
ll.is u e'.lej a fi; ,,n, eoinplclo stuck of coo l,
.... ,,-n. i i ii j ii t'i est in uio fiiy. n (I,)
iiiensi! arily ol
mmiONS, LACKS AND KMINCKS
Oil Cifi'nrM rtr.al .iirt.ww.i..u t I . t
all clher- tonjll oti lier'Xiuiiin tin ii i-, t)Ifj
Mr. SwrtinJr, hiniDK hojl hi r nri v, u
eh tUf whole of lh' kouiN at kii i. I. vcotra
ow 14 tho tinif to nir'li.iHf CiiMsinuif Kood
IH'IICKllS .i:V STOCK.
.MCSLINS. PItlNTS. SHAWLS, KT,
Om nl llio mo it attr.vln? dt(iiys ot
In the city,
CoMMKitmi. Avk.vui:, iikiwi:i:.v Kkiiitm
ami Ninth S riti:i:i
lifls eery iimoimIiIu seace In his store room tilled
Willi .Vw lino.U, ills mock lenin.
I'll' 1 1', ciiliiprislin; a heautiliil
I'ltlNTt', lll.KACIIKIi A.VIl U.S-III.I.ACIIKII
MTsLINH, LOTTO.V ri.A.V.VKl.t, KTC,
A splendid array of
Anions uhleh arn tho
Newest mul .llo.l I'iihIiIokiiIiIc
Culms ami M ilerials.
He Ins a l.ire stonk of
on hand, uluuli lie mil elosi) out at n Ion IlKHro
lioforo tlio liiiiiii)s nie over,
I'lie l.idlut nill tlnil a largo asjorlmcnl of
which v II Im sold clio.ipiT than anylliinir of the
Mild ever mild in Cairn.
Mr lluritor liai la.. I In an liuincnso stool; of
IIOOTK, S1IOICS, ItlllllONS, KOIIO.VH, NKCK
v ileii ha ulh sell eho.ipcr ihsu ilif oliuinot.
I.1 VIM.' IMM icl.t v: Ul 'i v
i'jlS I PjK IKliSl'l ft A V 1 iMlft
Ion lei i ll .lliu li ill. I ,0!i.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIUO
O I II I KSI
A. h. SAKKllltli. I'residctili
si. H. TA Vl.dll, Vlecl'ro.ideiit ;
V. IIV-l.nl', miti tnri und Treastiri r.j
I'. W. lUui'LAV, Cms. Cai ii.iii h.
I . 31. hTot si i nn. I'd t. (I. K mi it
It M. Ci nmsi.iux, W. I'. Ilii.in.il.
J. 31. I'lllti tl'S.
Dcjioslls ol iiii.v Ainiilllil lleeel l ( l 1 1 om
VII V'llI I 1 II II I lS,
IN'TKItKvr paid on ilrpnsils m the rale ol su
l...r I., I,i,......l ,i..i uiiI..Im.... I . .!
ii ,,,,, h n i, ,i. ,.,(i,t-i, uitiiitl
l lately to lliu prini'ip.il of Ihe ilvpusits, lhenl.
f. .Ul'll. I 1MII-Mlll llll.'ll'SI.
MAUliII.il WOMKN A.S'U CIIII.IMIK.S .MAY
Til it vi w: IIII.IM I. Ill II.
n..nn ... ..... I...u u .1.... r. . .... .
,-. , j miPllll',, u.l null, II. Ill . Ill l 1 1. 1 1 1 .
anil t-alnrday cicniiitf lor MAVI.MI IiDI'IHI It
uinj, iii'in u i" 3 i l en t..
tisui i n. iir.xi.ur, jre.isuirr.
THE Ori'Y NATIONAL
i: iito. 1 1. 1, i. vols.
W. I'. II.M.I.IHAV, I'lcldetit
A. II. HAKI'llIil), Ca.hler!
WAI.TKh IIV.SI.tJI', Assistant Cashier.
iiriATS TaIIOH, KOUtllT II, (h'NMXQIMM,
HniTT WlllTK, W. I'. 11.11 1IHM,
(Ir.o. 1 1, WiLLMMtov, Hrtriitx Iliuii
A. ii. aoiiiuu,
IIxcIimiikc, Cuiu mul lulled NIIIICH
llonil ItoiiKlit nml Sold,
DEPOSITS received, nnd a Konernl UnMna
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMIWi IIUltD, I'rrsldcnt;
HOIIUHT W. MII.I.KU, Vlecl'icsldcnt j
C. N. IIUC1IIK-S, Casfilcr,
COLLECTIONS PKOJIPTLV JIADK
EXCHANDK, coin, hank notea and U.illiii
.Stales securities- bought nn J sold.
W. II. MOUIII?, II. 11. fiAMIIMK
."miry ruuiic, ivo. run, nnd tj. S, fllu.
PIHK, UULL, CAUGO, MVE ST(K k
NOIITII AMKIIICA, l'A.,
INTKIINATIO.VAI- N. Y.,
A"",- !l,V.I,Mj t;
,. 700,917 O
"" SIV.7.' '
i.27i 1 1
AMKIIICAN CKNTItAI MO.,
A'"'('l, ..W vi
CO.V.VKCriCUT MUTUAL UVK,
TKAVKLKItV, IIAIlTroilI), UKK ANIi
A"'''- I.Vil.Cn -x
ItAII.WAY rASSKNUKUK AMIUKANCr
A""t, - Uli.V,
SAFFOltD, JIOHKIS k CANDKK,
71 Ohio I.fcr,
City NhIIiuhi Hank, I'AIKO, 11,1..
EIRE AND .MARINE
X '.1ST 3 TT J 3ST C in
.M.IOAUA, N. V ,
As.-t .. M.
IIA.VOVKII, .V V.,
IlKPtMII.K!, X. v..
C"ii;riiii! Ilift tyndeiurilers' Afeiii j
VtiNKKIts, .v. v.,
"'" 7,l,.t I
rniKUKN's ru.vt), .i.
- ti7M.ioj n
I !KCUIllTr, .V. v. MAKI.VK,
I As 5,4T.'.I'J 111
OIOlh, I)elhii., Kurnltiire, Hulls nd C
IJ eos, iniirr. t ia!s ns feiuialle at ounl
liermnticnl security a III arrnt.
I respii'ttully .k ul the citueon of Cmro
shueul theii aiioti(r,
('. .V. III'UHK
HOOKS. NASII. KTC l
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HIJILDKHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TKNTII 6TIIEET,
CAIHO, ILLI NOLS
Doors, ShsIi, Ullnils, JfoiiMlucM,
Hove (IiiIHth, (ii nod) Window and llooj
rrmiiPM, rinorluir, I.alli,
Shingles, l lured Nnnli, Mlnird Nlilo
I.IkIiIn, (llnzcd TriuiNoiiiM,
Siisli M'cIkIiIs, Nnwli 1'iiIIIpm mid Corilx,
lllliid ranlciilngH, Itoollnir
1'cll, IIooIIhk Cement, I'lahlcrliiff
l'iiier, t'lirfict Felt, While
I.ciid, Mused oil, Amcrlcnu Window
tllnsN, IZiiurllHli nmlFrrneh
I'lnlo IIIiisn, l'lilty, JliiEler'M I'oluU
Newer iipm l'alciit Cliliniipy,
i:ic, Kip.. kip
Aflh.VI'S lor Hock Illvcf 1'nper Company's
Hhealhinir Kelt and (jiuirli Ceuiont.
II. YV. John's Improved Itootiuit alwayi on
CAUL L. THOMAS,
a unw rrojwoil to roiiionil promptly to nil Uo-
. " Mi" nviTIVCFt
SHOP-Con. Sni.itr. and Commkiical-ay
In Hie I'orry Iloutc,