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TIIK CAIHO DAILY 151' I, LI)TL, TUESDAY, tfEHKUARY 27 1872.
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The following is tlic nnewor of Judge
Davd Bavin to tlic nniiouiiccmint of his
nomination for the presidency by the
national labor reform convention of
AVamiinoton, February, 22,
t'hamlierlln, President National
T.rmr Itcform t llo nlcased to thank tlie
rnnventioti for tlie unexpected honor
wMch thov have conferred tinon me. The
rM.f mnritraev of tho republic hniild
ne ther he oticlit or ilceHm-d hy an Ani-
erei&n citlzon. Signed,
THE New York Herald gives it ns a
scrap of history that there inn been but
one instance in the. history of the gov
ernment, of a vice-president being his
own successor. Danbd D. Tompkins
oi Sew York, served n vice-president
under the two ternn of Pre.-ideut Mon
roe, one of which terms occurred in
what is historically known as the ' er
of good feeling" from 1821 to 1S25.
The inJtonces in which a rce-presidf nt
has ftejJoJ from that jio.'id'on to the
prciideccr aro six, to-wit : John
ArJinw. Thoma-i Jefferson, Martin Van
Burcn, John Tyler, Millard . FiUmota
and .Andrew .ToYirifon the three latter
succeeding to the presidency on account
of the demise of the regularly elected
incumbents while holding office
Judge David Davis, whoce nequi
escence to his own nonimtioii for the
presidency of the labor reform conven
tion 01 uoiuuiuus, we publish to-day, ih
a native of Maryland, is now fifty-seven
years of age, and is one of the judges of
the supreme court of the United States.
Judge Davis graduated at Kcnyon Col
lese, Ohio, in 18.52 : Htudicd law in
Massachusetts, and went through the
legal course at Yale College law school.
He was oiio of tho pioneern uf Illinois,
ha raj removed here in 1S.'!", and be
gan the practice ot Jaw in tlm buck
mobs. He vn clecled to tha Jegisla
tuteinlSll, and was in 1817 proini
nent in the convention which formed
the old state constitution, lie was re
peatedly elected judge of tho eighth
judicial circuit of 1 11 state, serving in
all, in this capacity thirteen years. It
was here that he formed tlie friendship
of Mr. Lincoln, which, on both sides,
was one of the mot remarkable that
ever csi!ed between two men. They
rode tlic circuit together, year after
year, and rarely heparated, except from
necessity. Probably Judge Davis knew
Lincoln better than any other human
being ever knew him, not excepting
his own wife, hi December, 1SG2,
Lincoln appointed him one of tho jus
tices of the supreme court, nnd he at
once c'tiblMied bim-elf with the court
nd bar a, one of the strongest judges
on the American bench.
Physically, Judge DnvN is wry large
"d portly, and weigH nearlv three
hundred pound. " Ho i-," writes a
correspondent of the Cincinnati Com
"f etal, "a western man, nnd stands
b'Eblyathome. He has been conspic
uus forfmauv . , .i.
-vU6lauUa),ept menn iwnmtr
M IS highly l01
:ht of by the
"II over tho country.
UK 111 . 11
very pleasant nnd
-o UK gentleman, and 1,
b:i yreat per-
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His character is as
DUre nA .iiih;ivi in u ii.uvnimiuiiir, inu j u:u j uu j;ro era 1 1 v nil
s' i- aon uwU!llUK , , dorstooJ tliat (he senator had stopned out
M Over uifiii r.,.. . ""-''
clear, his cxt,eri(.n..A! . is
I ""periencctn liuAu.V.i .
s observation wide. &tn t V"1"8'-
quick and strom. " J"ugincnt
i Mr llavMi .
boTTrotwr. , ,of'St-1 Ivome.
will 1 ''tetwl to build a Chi,ln.
UbetwM Mrs.UUh,ia ' , ' lnP,w
iHuiuun, and th neeii.. r . ,,r'
U. for damugos U th V 's iIr '
hs oxrreu. .1 . 1 l"u I
circuit court up ther Ulal
t th.t , r lo the
t1'" Prt of m " llt,ay'f
eiw,wu on tlic
would about cov
Urreled shot-gun woul.:
u,. Tin. .l,...v .
now ftlmoit exclu.Wtlv fur n" , u,t'1
bird.-aurlfr-rN, ' ,llC 'tinf
I St-C'ln li I .. .
AN AR1HT0CKATIC KN0,
ino marriagoof t
- .1 . - JiHrnni. ..1 i.
tiTS" Wr ot h? KJwur;r' .."u " o
Derbyshire which, It
bu 10 come oil at n (. u i r.
unite thrco of the most nobf.-"'
a richest fnmlllM I,. u.L. Pouwrf,,.
"J.of.Norfolk. CVJC .n , la.ln.-llow.
round tlm v, . ""'"(', un.
TLa8",1 l'Orhnp.. than
-"""Vio,! r ...... . H,ui,uour, as
jr .pnend to ou, U10 fucts w hich
ner ippro.ch of rcIOV.i?n ''""M the
th. re rtlo.poIIUl con' Ktin
Ud Klogdorn. ,lv" of Ui TiJnj.
TKtJM HULL 'AND MORTON.
TRUMHULL ENDORSES THE U"1
SVasiiis-otok, Fob. W.-Tho resolution
to Investigate tho alleg.il rms to
the French cinie up.
Mr Cole endeavored to hnvet llnul
Toie Ukcn -t 3 p. m, but Sehiithr Trum
bull took tho floor nnd addt-esed the n
t.i. He mM that every effort at roform
thl body wn mat by bmiuiUs upon
thoe who nuiki' the i lVirt, by Hpprloli
upon Iheir "motive, by chKr'i- oi inn
party lalth. tjnestlmn ffectlng tho purty
of tho govornmont mid wulfaroof tho pub
lic aro, in the opinion of tomo members of
tbu body wlio asjurr.o to no pocuimr .
nenU of tho republican party, no longer
to bo decided on their mcrlu, hut only
with a view to their bearing on tho party.
Chief among thoto who would subordlnato
public welfare to party tands tho senator
from Indiana (Morton). In tho dlcui
Ion of the rosolutlon under coiulderation
davotod two or throo hours to rmruIIs on
thoso who have iclt It to bo their duty to
sk this lnvcitlgation, and not content
with that, ho has taken occasion to wander
away from that subject and talk about a
senatorial cabal. I do not know by what
authority anv member of this boJy as
sumes to be tho peculiar eiponont of tlie
republican party. or even oi mo
tratlon. I intend to say something In re
ply to the repeated assaults by those who
Hilume to bo bettor republicans than their
follow senator. I Intend to hhow the
coure of those senators, and bcfo'ro I have
done, unle3 I mlsunderslanil what the
principals of the republican parly are, I
think I hnll ho able to show that ho who
ttnd foromoit here on ull occasions to
denounce other, as asaulting tho
mrty has himself forgotten tue principals
a which tho republican party was
nnd Is hlmsolf at war with
ilr. Trumbull then reviewed the course
of the malorltv in tho scnato on the qucs-
tion of removing jir. ftumner irom uic
halnianship of ttio committee on lorcign
relations j on tho resolution to Investigate
tho management of the ow lork custom-
bouse, and on tlie rename resolution, nnu
insisted that on each nnd all theso ques
tions the majority had avowedly acted not
with refctenco to tho right or wrong In
volved, but whollv with refcronco to sup
posed interest ot llie party, i no cnaior
from Indiana (Morton) speaking "ot tho
nronosition ot .Mr. bumner. nau uoioiy
ealil mat ino question was not as to inu
propriety oi tne act, nut was wnciiior iiui
inaiority intcquaawi iinnu vj ir.e urgni
atlon aiul usnces of tho party. That was
a standard, oi uuty lor senators acting un
der oath. "When it was proposed to In
vestigate tho abuses in the New York
custom-house, the senator from Indiana
did all liu could to defeat it
but now he boafcts that
it has vindicated Itself from
suspicion. That committee had not yet
made Its report, and be (Mr. Trumbull)
would not assail it. Hut its conduct in
makinc the investigation was public nnd
it was somewhat romarkablo that witnesses
who testified that tho custom-house officers
had interfered with tho legislature of Now
York wero asked whether they wore not
thnro themselves for tho same purpose, as
if tho peoplo had not tho right to tako
part in politics ; and as if tho commltteo
could call peoplo to account for their po
litical action i no nau seen it stales, too,
that notlco hud been given that witnesses
brought before tho comiuitteo for tho pur
nose "of oxiiotinc corruption and malfeas
ant in office, wero thcmtulves to bo prose
cuted a gotu way to encourage witnesses
to testify. Again tho pending resolutions
(Iia .Mrnn nlil ri' rif "liiirtv. nnrti" lia.l
I been ruHod, and senator who support tho
resolution wero threatened with lino and
imprisonment. Ho would not comment
on tho motives of senators, but tho people
were thoroughly aroused agulnst fraud
and corruption everywhere, nnd they
would undori-tand tho motives of theo
s'jiiutors very well.
Tho tcuntar from Indiana had denoun
ced tho platform of tlm libornl republicans
us anti-republican and essentially demo
cratic, uud ho would now uudnrtako to
show that a man who held thut vlow did
not know tho inclining of republicanism.
Ho then went over the resolutions in tho
platform one by ono and insisted that tlioy
were nil in oymolrto accord with the prin
ciples of tho repulican party. They wore
the principles ho had uoiitondod for
through all his public life, and Uod help-
In liiui, no would contend tor them to the
Mr.. Morton sold Mr. Trumbull had
como Into tho fiunato with prepared
speech containing two things an assault
on him (Morton) and u defence of the
Missouri liberal republican movement and
its nlatrorm. It was .inneeef arv for him
to show furthor thiui liu hnd shown alread v
that that was u movement designed to d-
vido uiul ucroat tho republican . party.
Ho was torry that Mr. Trumbull
had Indcntlflo.i himself with it, hut as he
had dona so, others could not do less than
rccoL'nlzi) the fact that trumbull had pre
tended that theru wa no evidence that
tho Cincinnati convention wm to tnalioa
nomination lor president. Ho (Morton)
thoro was no doubt about that, but he
would have tho ecreturv read from a
snetcli ol'Gov. Ciniz Jtrown of Missouri,
tlm leader of tho movement, to show that a
nomination was to bo nindo hy that con
vention. (!ov Hrown in that s'pi'cch, deli
cntulv intiuiatod that ho expoeted tho
nomination ii'iiuolf, but nt tho sumo tlmo.
expresped n wllllngnois to stand aside for u
stronger man from nnothor state, and ho
Morton behoved It wns-gencrally undc;
moou uiui .eiiMior irumniiii was to bo
I ,u...ti,i..t.. mm i.. ii
of the renuhlic.in rrnrtv. s..n,iln.; .....
ever, within easy rotumlng dlstMiico, and
whi alnndtm. willi 1,1. L.ii.i, nil 11..1
over; "IJaVkis is wlllin'." 7 1. uh3T
.Mr. .Morton reltcrnted tins statomcnt
tlit.t tlm I.1I..I.J llnnnl.ll...!,. nl..r...
leentlally Deinocratie, und that ho based
V'!' critii"' 011 tho resolution which dc
ar"1 Ku-klnx law unconstitutional.
"ld there was still rebellion in the
?,".u,h' u,lJ hn '"oliovcd moro men had been
t " wnun,lud hy tho Ku-klnx lur-
"i'JJ V, vn,t umn wero KU,oa ln
M r Mortnn hl
Uulls vote on tl
.nr. .Morton then critlcizod Mr. Trum,
the amnesty bill, and in-
nd Mr. Tlm.... 1 .. 1 .'. ,
f... .1.. 1 ... rr, vnieu
n , , ' a,nc,ljell n?paof nB,,lnst
"iiuw jihyu iinssoti ny 11 inro-rUi
htnator TriiniuuU talked much iibouA
tlvil.,orvPn reform, but ho luid beon in.
uniu-d to-duy thut ovory sonator had
iiuiju una hunilroil uiul tliriiiTnriintiiniu1,i.
.1.. . . ....1..
l "lco slnco the iidnilnlstrutlon o una
ii r. TruinJull snld ho l.nd no means of
thnt in tho lust Hvu
J"-"' hu h.1,1
ini-iirl,.n I'lKtio u uozen rccom-
in olUe- uf,.n,,thlt'ie, wore no men
wojpst! lmJ boe" P'eca tburo at hU
ayVhttt 'm,1''',! lal,i l' vh HUthorizcd to
dred it, ,1 ,tl ru",Lu11 ono hun-
lilH. tO .u It 'UU r,V"UrkSd lhftt,le WOllld
Mr i . e "Uenoe.
'U ri,.r. 7 "H '"V enator(Truinbulli
ted I to dlH ! ,,e (Morton) Imd ultem..'.
he ,v1l ,llu le.tlgrtlon by raisli K
true "Ci pRrl?"'" TliStohruiJw.a not
true, hut ,ctowjodgod tlml ho was
Prl) nun, rMty vim an indlspenaa.
bio Imtrunn-iii fi- thii nifotcLiiunt of llu
principle vi..'li ho bplicvcd noref sary for
vatloii mid' nrtsof vaiion of tho
country. He claimed that Mr. TrumbulL
liti uiwmvs neon n pxriytinfNii and lmU i
oplvod:ut tho liandsyf tn;rcpubliean par
ty tho"high'cil honor that could bu confer
red with tho exception' of the presidency,
and now If hn wished to desert that party,
ho wished to know It. It ho Intended to
eomo forward and support the nomlnco
of tne oth of June, now Is good tlmo to
say it. As I su!d the other day, I don t
want to bo ehUd. and I.dont want my
party to he' oln-ated. Hrecklnrldge. and
Toombi, and Slldell, having dtclded to go
Into tho rebellion, itald I cb'uid In this
chamber to betray tho government and
country. I hope their examplo will not
hi f.illi'-we.l bV otlitirr." If th.-'y 'rrican to
leave un, 1 can bid them n kind good-bye.
but snn not willlng tljoy shjU remain and
light us from our dwh camp.'
Mr. Nyo obtained tho floor, but yielded
to a motion to go Into oxocutlvo session.
Tho scnato went into executive sosslon, and
soon after adjourned till Monday.
ICorrtM'ondcncenrtlit Missouri Rpubllca.
rASSAOK BV 110TII 1I0U8KS or, TIIK SENA-
ror.i.vi, ArronnoSMKNT bill.
Sritisoi iKLi), Feb. 23. The scnato this
nliornoon departed from tho strict rule ob
served of lato In rcgRrd to pcclal. orders
'tb tako up and pass the senatorial appor
tionment bill. This will bo rcmomoercu
at tho Loland hotel radical caucus ar
rangement, and is as follows, the chunges
made In the plan originally agreed upon
being few and Immaterial :
First district The first, second, tenth
and eleventh wards of tho city of Chicago,
In tlie county of Cook.
Second The Third, Fourth and Fifth
wards of tho city of Chicago, In tho county
of Cook, and the township of Hydo Park
and Lake, In enld county.
Third Tho Sixth, Sovntli sindjblghth
Vards of tho citypf Chicago, Iri'tbo county
Fourth Tho Ninth. Twelfth nnd
Thirteenth wards ot tho. city of Chicago,
n tho countv Of tjook.
Fifth Tho Fourteenth. Fifteenth and
Eighteenth wards of the city of Chicago,
n the lounty or tioK.
Sixth Thn Sixteenth. Seventceth
Nineteenth nnd Twentieth wards of tho
iltv nf Clilenco. In tho countv of Cook.
rioventh Tho townships of rtew lyicr,
Northfield, "Wheeling, Palatine, Harring
ton. Hanovtr. Shaumbere. F.lk Grove,
Maine, Nili t, Evanston, Lako view, Jet
forson, Loydun, Proviso, Itlve.rside, Cicero,
livont. Lament, raioi. vortn. i;aiumei,
Thornton, itremen, Orland, Itich and
11 oom. In tbo countv ot uook.
Kighth The counties of Mdllenry and
Ntnth Tho counties of Winncbag and
Tonth The counties of Jo Daviess and
fclovcntn Tho. counties of (Carroll and
Whiteside. ... -.',.
Twelfth Tho: counties of .Ogle and
Lee. . :2&$t
Thirteenth The counties. ofaDeKalh,
Kendall and On'tndv. I V
'Fourteenth Tho counties of Kane and
Fifteenth The county of "Will.
Sixteenth The counties of Kankakee
Seventeenth The countios of Living
ston una i'ord.
Nineteenth Tho counties of liurcau
Twentieth Tho counties of Putnam,
Marshall and "Wooodford.
Twenty-first Tho counties of Hock Is
land nnd Henry.
Twenty-second Tho countios of Mercer
Twenty-third Tlie counties Warren
Twcnty.fourth The countieiof Hend
cruon nnd Hancock.
Twenty-fifth Tho counties of Fulton
Twenty-sixth The county of Peoria.
Twenty-seventh The counties of Taze
woll and Logan.
Twenty-oighth Tho county of McLean.
Twenty-ninth The coiihtiei ofDuWitt
Thirtieth The counties of Piatt and
Thirty-first The counties of Vermilion
Thirty-second The counties of Dong
as, Colo and Moultrlo.
Thirty-third Tho counties of Shelby,
Cumberland and Ktllngham.
Thirty-fourth Tho counties of Chrls
talu and Montgomery.
Thirty-llflh Tha county of Sangamon.
Thlrty-ilxtU Tins counties ot .Mason
llrown. Cats und Menard.
Thirty-seventh Tho county of Adams
Ihirty-eiglithTho counties of Scott
Pike and Calhoun.
Thirty-ninth Tito counties of tlreeno
Fortieth The counties of Macoupin
Forty-llrst Tho counties of Mini I son.
Forty-'iccond The counties of Bond,
Clinton und Washington.
Forty-third Tho countioi of Fayette
Forty-fourth Tho counties of CIhv,
Wayne, ltichlund, Edwards and Wabnsli.
Forty-llfth Tho counties of Clark,
. ... I T - i r '
urawioru, i.nwroncu anu iinspcr.
Foity-sixth Tho counties of Jetfercon
Hamilton and Wlilt".
Forty-seventh Tho counties of Frank
lin. illiamson, ftullno and (Jallatln.
Forty-elgHh Tho counties of Mbnroo,
luimnimi anil r'crry.
Forty-ninth Tho county nf St. Clair.
Fift'iitli The counties oi" Jackson, Un'
ion mid Aloxnnder,
Fifty-flr.t Tho counties of Pulaski
Massac, Johnson, Popo und Hardin.
A KEMOhmESS SWINDLE.
(Prom tho Hartlurd (Conn.) Times.)
Some vetirs airo wo do not rememlior
how many, but supposa It to bo h do.un
the.ro wu n nowspnuer arnounccincnt
about u innn wlio Imd loft 11 pnekauo of
money ut JCurl s hotel, then on Pnrk Rjw,
Now York, to bo put In tho safo for sul'o
koepimr, receiving for it tho usuiil check
from the clerk. Upon preionting his check
a dy or two later, ho could not (;ut his
package the clerk wim horrified todlscov
or It was missing. It happened that 11 check
had boort presented, which' was nil exact
imitation of thu check jjiven by tho clurk,
and on this bogus check tho packuge had
been, innocontly enough, delivered to tho
parson claiming it. The depositor brought
suit to recover $13,000 tho alleged amount
of tho deposit loft at Mr. Earl's. For
years tho muttor was in litlcution In the
urts, going from bno tribunal to another
'4 Weeping Karlu "on the keen jump ' (as
been tl.uv k(0 lmJ t th 5,5 000
This amount Mr. WUS'lnW
scttlo this troublesome Job ' and n' Vv
ing a. few months since paid Uii i 1
stallmeut nnd ended tho ugly mutUr "
received, a week ago (ho was Ju town
day or two ago and told his old friends of
iAmi..iii,u UW.1U11 uiiuiur.ng a let
ter. Tho packago was tho original miss
ing package from tho, safe was Identified
as such and with it wore papers which
nroved bovond u, uucstioll Unit tlm nni..i
amount deposito'd In the hotoj safo wan nut
6.000, but only $5G0; and it was also ro-
uuieati.at tlio uoposittr nau a conroder-
In .. .1 .1... I . I . ! .
I ----- - - - . . , .
vi w.iu liiul liio wiiuio uuaruiiuu waa .
I winnnn a robbery. Aaupiioateglieck
Was made u liko tho other that thmu
loemod to bo iiodlfforcncoi and tho two
roguos have doubtless divided the "swag"
wMrh the court has decreed to the plaln
iltf. Tho nolH which revealed these racts,
was signed "Howard," with this Interest
ing addition: "A conscientious scoundrel."
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REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Comprising the Underwriter' Agency
Y0NKKK8, N. Y.,
fiiiemen'm ruxi), s. r.,
Assets, C7,bOi) 0
SECURITY. N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,4.12,849 00
CTORES.Pwellinjrs. Furniture. Hulls nnd Car
O Kors, insured at rates as fnvorahln as sound.
iiBrmaueni serurny will warrani,
1 runeotlullj ask oi the citizens of Cairo,
share ot their patrnnai e.
C. Jt. UVGIIEM.
BUTCH H JEli
AND IirAI.ER IV
EioiiTit Street, Rktwkrn Wabhinoton
and Commercial avenuj-h,
AdJolnluK KltlulioBi0 Hanuy'a.
Keen (tin he.i nf It'.r tt.L- u,iii.
La,nb, Bauijaje, etc., and' are prepared to nerve
iii.nu. iu ,ne most Hcrrpiame rtanner.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
I). REXFORD Proprietor
roaiua oaio itvir. and arcoNti it.,
Ihf Only Firtt-Cfan IfmiK-1
in thr. City
free of ri arae.
CAIRO CITY BOOK UINDERY
JOHN II. OBEELY CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Ulndini anil Itiilimr .Inno at tha
very lowest prlaes,
erv lowest nrtaea. Having r iiii iim .rrl.
cea f Mr. lluela, who has haiT many yaara
xperlenye in one of best Hlnderioa ofbt. Loula,
auperlntend Itila eatabllahmenl. we can
ndaolly promiHour patrons work equal to
of aar Bindery In the west. '
DAVIS LOUK STlt'H
TIIK QIIKATEST IMI'KOVI'.MEST OK TUB AOK
Terms Most Liberal.
Airftnu winlf.l for unoccmilfd teirltnry. Hend
lorcireiuur nnu price mm.
Brntiels olHrr. ilia .Norlli t'oiirlb Nrrl
NT. l.OUIN, MO.
h. r. m:vtiin. mhukkit.
WAGON M ANU PACTOUY."
or Sale nt Wholesale or Ketail
CORN KB 512l).KTnr.K.T ANU OHIO I.KVKl.
j. v. iamiii.i:
HTOVEN. TINWAKK, KT
A. II A 1j L E V,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothe WrinKPM Voile
ware, Coal llodi, I-lie shOTfU, Air iiate.
ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
snrlloofln. Guttering and
work donnat alioitest nollcb.
1! klndi of Job
IIOOKN. NANII, ETUI
W. W. THORNTON'S,
I1UILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT'
13 TENTH STREET,
Doora, HhIi, Ullmlx. SfouMliiKa,
EaT 13 a I (era, (st ood Wl lido w and ltooA
fmmn, Flooring:, Lath,
NliInKlra, Glnsd Nnali, lnaMl Side
I.tghla, Glnxcd Trnuaoma,
Nstals Welsjlil, Naab 1'ulllrM nnd CorUa,
Blind FnatenlnKa, Rooflnsr
Fell, KootltiK Criuenl, IMaalrrlnsr
l'Ier, C'nrpel Flt, Wlillo
Lead, Unaeid Oil, American Window
Glaaa, Engllah andFrencu
Plate Glaaa, Putty, Glnaler'a Polnfa
Newer Plpea, Patent Clilinneya;
Etc., Etc., Kte.
A0ENT3 lor Hock Hirer Paper Company!"
KheatliinK Kelt and QuarU Ucmcnt.
ii. v. jonn a imprornu iioonnt; always on
,J : i .
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
II hi reopened th
POPl'r.AK MEAT MARKET.
Belts reu Krnili and lenlft Mrl.
and will lceep conntanlly on hanJ M J yra;
laiiahtsred lu th Cairo market. They uiy ' oora.
el(ion. Olve Ihem a trial. vepwitr.
ii. ri.i ii
Importer mill WholrMittr llenlrr In
T023ACGO &c CIQAR9.
,Ki ni t.it dir lx' lirmi'i' u(
OHKAM AND STOOK ALE,
leiporlrtl Aim or Dlfreressl Kind".
75 Ohio Levee,
Principal Office 104 W. Fifth St., Cln. O,
tiik osi.y nri.iAni.r. oikt kxtkhpriak in
-IN VALUABLE (IIP
To billstrlUiteil In
Ii. 3D. I2r33'S
To ! ilrtvt Monilsjr. Urch 2!th, 1472,
Osr, Omnd Capital I'kieb or
$10,000 in Gold!
One Prln ft.1,000 Its Nlltrrt
Fivr! Frizes SI, 000
Five Frizes $500
Ten Prizes ?100
Two Ksmllr Crrli(e nnd .VMrtied Hone" with
(rr Mounlfl linn-", wurlh
II, U rtil..
Hone, si.'l itUKUif" with HllTcr-Jlouult J
Iliror., w.rth "' earn.
Two flr.r.taneil Konewnuil t'ltnor, worth fi'
farh Tn f4m1lj.11.lnK mvhinpf, worth liu)
mch. I'Wi xotil ami llf r lrr hunllng worth
from U' to l.allt' KoM leontlnr chlu,
Kfnt'uRoM rtcliln. Midi nd doulilv-rUleu
illver lUe ml lejp)on, hoto(rsh albums,
li-wi-lir, i'lr., etc.
Whole number xiftii.10,1"). Tickets llmlie.1 U
AkcuI. wanlnl lo ffll Tickets lo whon I'Urnl
prnnluiM' will I paul,
(lOllr tickets Ii'. li tlckelnlin: twelte tiekelt,
Cln tilari conlalnins nlullll.lof i.rltn. a df
.criplion of the niann.l of drawing, anil other In.
fcriimtion inrnfermopto tho diilribution, wilIU
! o any one ordering them. AMI truer tnuit
tut Ut I.. II.MINK, lloxbc,
urn... Cincinnati, O
101 Wett Mh tl. nortwipnlT
SIXTY-F1VK FIRST PRIZE
WM. KNABE k CO.,
ORANU, CqUARE AND UPRIGHT
JPT JiJISrO FORTES
BALTUIOIIK, MA KV LA Nil.
Th'ne Inetrumenta have been before the public
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excellence
alone allalned an unpurthnnal prtmnntnet, which
pronounce" them unoqualed in
"All our.Tuare Ianot lute our new New Im
proved OretstriiDK Hrale and the Agraft 1iAt
S)- We would rail special attentloa to our (ale
Patented Improvements In tlatan Puhos and
Hqi'Aar (iaAKtii, found in no other Piano, which
bringi the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED TOR
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Mats promptl
furnmhed on application to
WM. KNABE 4CO
many of our r'Kiilar enlaWUhtd aganciei.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cosnmerclal Avesiue, opiioHlle Klllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WKAft
Made to order, or Kendy.lf ad
Has received a full and eomptelo stock of sood.,
he newest end comnletest in the cilr.
mense rarity ot
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
alio otters great induceme'ta to herpstrena and
all older tonall onher.exaiiilne the prices, styles
and quullty ot tier goodm
Mrs. Swanaer, havini; sold her property. ll
sell the whole of (liexo goodit at aim below coal
flow U the time to purchase Chriatmaa good
I the very lowest prlcea.
BOOTH AND NIIOEM.
lielween Washington avenue and Poplar '
Boots and Hkoes Made to Order.
Kin Workman Employed.