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THE CAIRO I&IlV Btli'tEf i,' Jfclff W 1872.
St. Louis Advcrtisomonts.
Met'OKMIl'K LYON, Agent,
TO MEltUIIANTS OF THE WEST.
HIOTJSES of SJV.I3Sra? LOUIS
Are prepared with aFUM, rVTOCK of MI'HINU UOODN which will be
SOLID .A.T BOTTOM PRICES.
TODD, BROWN & CO.,
411, 4U, 4, 41, 40 North Fifth Blrcct,
Corner of St. Charles,
Importer, and Whotetale Dcftlem In
FISKE, KNIGHT & CO.,
00 and 60 North Pith Htreet.
Manufacturer, and Wholesale Scalers In
Boots and Shoes.
STELLE, YOST & CO.,
Ml and UXi North Filth Street.
Wholesale Furnishing Uooda and
Bulo I'roprle'or Aromatic Catawba Bitten,
No. 114 k 110 North Third tit.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, etc.
J. II. WEAR & Co.,
M North Main Htreet.
Fancy Dry Goods.
WATERS, TODD & CO., Importer,, and Jobber, of
4w North Fourth street. Millinery and Straw Goods.
AVERILL'S CHEMICAL PAINT, Keadystned for ...
Address OKo. II. PAHTKIPOE & CO.,
ii iorwi Main ritree 1.
41 A 414 I'lne Street.
Koorn. 75o A t ltOO ier day ; Meali 2Sc.
HOLMES, BABSON & CO.,
213 N. Cth street- Bend rnrclrruur.
TReatier, handsomer and will consume lei Ice
ban any nther.
I'rof,rietor. of the NATIONAL
Felt Lined Refrigerator
CIIAS. R. LEWIS & CO.,
419 North Main Ftreet.
MAKK HtlODM ON TIIEIK OWN I'KRH INKS).
FORS TH SCALE WORKS,
205 and 07 M rket Street, HI. Loula.
Manufacturer, of U, H,
LUDLOW, SA LOR & CO., Manufacturer, of and Dealer. In
219 and i Maruetstreei. Wire and Wire Goods.
APPLETON, NOYES & CO., Manufacturer, and Jobber, of
M(n Street unil Wahlt.jttOD Atenue. Boots and Shoes.
FACTORY IN CIl AMBERS ABOVE 5T0RE.
SIMMONS AND ULOUGH OllGAN COMPANY'S
OABIITET O ZR,G- .A. UST S
Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with the newly invented
Herlbner's Patent tunllrlnr Tubes,
An Invention having a moat Important bearing on the
future repuUllon of Heed Instrument, by mean ol
which the quantity of volume of tone I very largely
increaaeq, and the qaallty ot tone tendered.
Equal to that of the best Pipe Organs of the
Our celebrate I "Vox Celette," "Loul. Patent,'
"Voi llumiina," "Wilcox Patent" Octaro complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" .top., ami
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained onlr m these Organ..
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
Thirty, fire dlflerent etvles forth Panor and the Church: New and elegant deilgns i The be
rcaterisland woramanshlp; Quality and volume of tone unequaled.
Prices, 50 to $500.
AOKNT3 WANTED IN EVEItY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
Our Home Advertisers.
It K Hit O IS Is.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
C. II A N N Y.
I BROWN SHEETINGS,
KKNTUCKY JKANB, fXTlta,
LARGE STOUK OF OA111'-1
Ula Entire N toe It
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKIB 8TH ST. AND COMMIRCIAL-AT.,
BATOIIELOll'S HAIH DYE."
Tn superb hair dye i. the bal In Die world
purf.iWy harmless, rellabio and Instanttneous,
No ulUiiiolutmnt. The g. nuine W. A, llaUhe
lor'. Hair Uye produce, immediately natur.l
black ur brown. loe. not .tain tbn .km but
leave, the hair dean, .oft and beautiful. The
nly aa'a nd perfect hair ily. Hold by .11 drug!
lla. Factory, 10 Bond St., N.T,
Our Home Advertisers.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot er.ry description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnl.hed on ehorte.t notice.
CommeroUl-ov, bot. 10th and llth-sta.,
f AIXO ILUWOIi.
PMbllaked every morailnK, MonUnjr c.
Stories of Col. Fisk nro conitantly In
circulation joino true, other, not; hut n
little Incident which occurred not ninny
months hoforo his denth is perhnns one of
tho most touching ofnny thnt lias been
givin to tho nubile. This one Mrs. Fill;
tttkes ctpocliil pleasure In recnlllnf;, llluit
ruting, ns It docs, her huthund's klndno.'s
of heart nnd readiness of sympathy und
help to those who nrodtd nid. Col. Pltk
had often noticed in Twenty-third street it
llttlo crippled nowsboy, nnd one day ho
poka to him in his Hull, olf-hand mnnncr :
"Well, my boy. how's business?"
" Not very good, sir," was tho reply.
" What's tho mitttor?"
" Why, you see I'm lamo and I can't
soil my papers very well."
" Not a very good lookout for you, is
it? 1 say, my boy, how would you liko to
go into business with mo?"
The boy looked perplexed and eyed the
"I think wo might strike up a bargain.
You come to the Opera iiouso nt It this
morning. I've got a plan for you. Now
At 11 o'clock tho boy was there, quiet
curious to know what the Colonel wanted.
" Ilulloa, boy, you're a good otio. Now
see here, do you know a good placo for a
"Yes, sir, lip-top."
"Where Is It?"
"Down here at the corner."
" How much will a stand cost ?"
"Lots of money; much us fifty or a
hundred dollars." "
" You don't say so : why that's a fortune
Do you think there's money to bo mado
"Yes, I do. It's a first-rato placo."
" Well, I'll get b carpenter to make the
stand and I'll stock it; then you shall
tako care of it and we'll bo partners: you
and I will go Into the paper business."
Col. Fisk then arranged with tho boy
what part of tho profits ho should receive,
told him when tho stand should bo ready
and sent him on his way rejoicing. The
plan was very successful. Trade was
good, and every week tho boy carried his
share of the money to his prtncr. Seeing
the bay's determination, Col. Fisk quietly
put the money aside, and one day gave It
all tu the boy, releasing him from his con
tract to pay any part of the money to
himself. When Col. Fisk died there was
nowhere a siucerer mourner than this little
newsboy, and the littlo stand on the corner
was heavily draped on the day of the
A COLOKKD 1'OLII JCUN'B CIIALLKNOE.
Mr. W. U. SKUnders, tho colored man
who withdrew from the Grant electoral
ticket in Maryland and declared for Gree
ley and Brown, wants to discuss the poli
tical situation in this state, after the North
Carolina canvass it settled. Tho following
is his note:
" I sec somo of tho administration jour
nals are paying their respects to my letter
of declination and seem to question tho
wisdom ot my course. In this busy mo
ment I have neither tho time nor inclina
tion to notice theso attacks. But it it is
ncccessary to the happiness of the Grant
people that I should cive further expres
sion to my sentiments upon their party
anu piatiorm, and our friends in isew
York upprovo the course, you can an
nounce that I will meet any one or more
of the eminent colored men of the country
now suttainint; General Grunt, in public
discussion, in New York city or olsowhere,
after wo shall have achieved a glorious
victory for the Liberal causo in North
Carolina. Say tiny time nftor August 5."
Very repectfully, W. U. Saunders.
Washington, July 11. 1872.
Is 11 1 ur.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
B TJ 3D "B "R, ' a BLOCK,
Cor. WnNblnjgtOB Av and Eighth Nt.,
3ET XT Xi Xi "ST OPE1TBD,
Where wo will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND NUItSEnv APPU.INCE3, 4c,
Our Pure S P Alt KLIN G SODA WATEB
GENUINE FEUli SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS.
Also, a choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive especial attention and care,
being at all hours In charge of competent
and careful partlcx. Prescriptions carefully
compounded at all hour day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
St. Louis Advortsomcnts.
D. C. JACCARD L CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
, Orders by mail promptly atten
THE DAVIS LOUK STICH
mE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT 07 TUB AGE
Terms Most Liberal.
Agent. wntH for unoccupied tirl'.ory. Send
for circular ind price lit.
Braueli offlce,012 North Fourth Ntre
NT. LOGIN, MO.
-. P NBWTuN Mnpr.
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DKY FLASTEK
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
17 South Canal Street, Chicogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, 'Washington University.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9in, 1872.
Full course, two tcrm six months each.
Student admitted to the Senior Clas on ex
amination by application on or before Octo
ber fth. Is7i. Tuition fee. if) tirst vear : eOO
second year, Including ue of library. For
particulars uddre-. G. M. STE.VUT.
Dean of Faculty, or
Provot Law Department,
7-C-d&w 1 in. St. LouN, Mo.
ESTABLISHED IX 1N29
BY members of the Society or Jesus, and
Incorporated by an act of the State
Lejd'laturo In 1832, It has experienced unin
terrupted success, and continues to olfer the
btudent etcry facility for acquiring a thorough
CLASSICAL AM) COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate for tulmlvtlon not person
ally acquainted with some ono of the Fac
ulty murt produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletins arc tout three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to in
lonn them of the conduct, health and
Improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced physician dally Mtt the insti
tution, and the greatest care and attention
are bestowed on the sick.
Board and tuition, per session, ten niontli,
The next session begins September 2d,
Payments must be mado quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogues con
taining instructions to parents, anu inn par
ticulars, will be sent free on application to
Rev. J. ;. Zealand, S. J.,
President St. Louis University, St. Louis,
McCOItMICK A LTO.V, Atrvnta.
TO SELL THE l'AULOIl STEEL ENQIIAVINO
''CIIKIgTWEEPl.NO OVEIl JERUSALEM,"
Fmni tiia rius, EtTLAKK' oelehniteil Eugllsh
paltitinid wt tV Ameiica'a brat enfirurcr. All
who ice itwitnt It nt once. Apply to VALLEY
I'UBLISUINU 004.1'ANV, St, Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
Dy T S. AnlHUK, tho author ol tho world,
amou. noK, 'Ten tight, n a lUr room."
" Iurici Years is a Man I rip," Is tho erowulnK
woiknf the audi r'a life. And old Auents say 'hey
never knew h took to ei like it . Onv agent Id
81 cipir. In three day. ; Rcnih-r 20 in ainiiay.
Ueautllully b'luuu ai'd lllustrnted. Exlri teim.
io Kgeuls. ApplV 'o F. A. I UrCHINSO.N 4; Co,,
6 2 N tiixt i '41., St. Louis, M .
EWO. MEAD & CO.
04 N. Fourth St.,
Keep a full line of first clasi
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
good goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mall promptly
Wttcbesand Jeelry car.fnllr re
paired by drst-cias workm.n, aud
11 kinds or Jewtlry ana BIItmhsv
mtdt to order,
Our Hinio AdvdriiBdfs.
SSjKl JSmVSL . SVm
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVtltY FAMILY.
BOMK OF ITU ADVANTAOE9.
It cook, quickly and more thoroughly with Its.
(Ire than any othtrway.
Foodcooke'J the oM way lose, one-thlnlof lt
weight, cooked Inthli.ttam ressel, It only loses
ine elghlh. The taring, in tin. way will soon
fin ua (.-und
FOOD CANKOT HE UUI1NKD.
It will BOIL,
more per'eotly than any ulensil u.ed for either
purpose now ,n use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat .tewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
hnaabettT flavor, and i- easier digested thai
wntJ cooked it, the old way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPErSIA.
It make, a first ula. Cook out of a poor one,
and agood co.ik lieticr than before.
ALL WHO TUY IT BUY IT I
It 1. the only utenil in uo that la warranted
not to HUH.N Kll'E IN C 'OKINO.under ny cir
cun'Stance. Agent, make more ti.oney selling
tl.is Terse), than any article In use, tor every lo
lelllgent houaekeeper in the country want, one,
ANY ONE WIuHtNO TO BOY KIQHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or adire
W. J. BURNETT,
4-flf.Uw Thornlnn'it Hlock, loth -t., i airo. III
1, o o o, o o o
GRAND GIFT COIN CERT
IN AMI OKTIIK
l'UHLIU lillJltAltY KENTUCKY
AT I.Ol'I.SVIf.M:, KY,
llv niillinrllf In il, . ..nt... t ii.......
Inconiorfttln tho I'ubli,. Library of Ken
turky, tho '1 rntci-( w III BVc their
SECOND Oil AND GIFT CONCEHT
In thn Rroat linll of ibn ful.llc l.lhrary,
hiiihlliig hi l.ou.vllle, Ky., on ' '
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100 OOOTll'KKTH Or ADMISSION
will ho luel ut $10 each; half ticket t::
(It I !-.. l..l.tu Af fJi a 11 ...I. ..I., at 1. a - 7
(Suctes.or to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE "WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue.
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington arenue and Poplar street
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROIST VARIETY STOCK IN T1IE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nliwteenlh trectattd Com
C. O. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Dt REXFURD Proprietor
Con. Omo Leyee & Second St.
ggag onyeyed to and from the Depot free
h r dec'J
d UTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
8T. Louis, mo.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Ulasi
of every 1tcrilon,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOOOURCII
WORK. aW order, from all pjrt. of tho oonn;
mplr atiended o 3. It d4 3tn
l'AUKEH 4 DLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, BettBltte, Giwollae,
And the celebrated Illuminating
BfiOsS DU1LDIN9, CCF ilTII-BT. COM
i;vw v-'''', UCKt In lor
VIW MroriV: U Tor S.VX) ; lUifbr l,0txi;
ittCi for ; $r,;, for &.m. No illicount
on less than 100 worth of tickets at n time.
$500,000 in Currency
will ho given to the hoi Jcr or tickets hy ill.
trihtltlon hy lot of ONE TUOU&AN1)
uir js, at loiiows:
OXK flltAXl) Oll-T, CAM! $100,000
OneUkani) Out, Cash ro.ooo
I gii,000 Cash
i i,iioo "
1 IB.OOO "
1 10,000 "
1 9,000 "
1 8,000 "
1 7,000 "
1 0,000 "
1 fr.OOO "
1 4,000 "
;j ; a
4 Gifts of k'xV) each'. sW
l." " I.IKH) 1.YO00. "
20 " 1HJO " lS.OirJ "
11 " 800 " 1I!,NK) "
to " 700 " 17,:k)o
X " (WO " 111,000 "
45 " fiOO " 22,500 "
W " 400 " 20,000 "
09 " WKJ " 13.0)0 "
100 " 200 " . .. 20.IKX) "
(112 " 100 (11.200 "
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile the Mtoriest Hotste
ClRlity Mllcn tlicSbortest !
TO ST. LOXJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CA1UO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis. Toledo.
ft roil, Cleveland, Niagara F.ll..
ii Ulo, itteti.iKt, Whlna;lon,
Ualtlmoie, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and ail points eait.
Mllwaiikle, JaneMllle, JIadlson,
UCroaso, at. Paul and all points north.
Itiis I. also tho only direct route to
rvcalur, nioomlngton, HprmReld,
if1'. yu'fey. Keokuk,
HurlinKton, Hock ielind, Im Salle
Mendota, Iiixon, Kreeport,
Ualena, iMbuque, Mom city,
Omaha and all point, northwe.t.
ElcRnnt Drawinp Room Stcopini; Cars
On all Night Trains.
Pafsgo Chocked io all important points.
Kor tlckeu and informatmn, apply to I. C. R.R.
depot 't airo; on board tne trau.it .teamer be
tweeu Columbia, and Cniro,and at tne prlnclptl
at.,,.," ivn. "IIIVB III1IIUKIIUU, ,11 W .UUlll.
W. P. JOHNiUN. Oen'l can. Ak'I, Chlcato.
A. SIttciitLt, Oen'l sup's. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all fault . .$5U0,000.
The Hon. Tho. E. llrainlcttc, late gover
nor of Kentucky, has con-eiitt'd to represent
the Trustees in tho management of tiili sec
ond Grand Gill Concert, and ho will person
oily see that the monev Iromthu sale of tick
ot Is deposited with the Trea-urer, that the
drawltiL' N I'alrlr conducted, nnd the L-ltti
Justly awarded and promptly paid.
i no drawing win take piacu in purine, in
full view of tho audience, nnd under tliu Im
mediate supervision and direction of tho of
llccrs and Trustees of the l'uhllc Library
of Kentucky, nud the following named euif-
neui anu (U'liucrcaicu citizens, won nave
cousentcd to be present and hee that all it
fairly doue. :
uon. .ii. u. iiaruin, jitugc t-ourt Appeals,
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. LeVn Dis
trict. Hon. U. XT. nmcc, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gcu. Eli II. .Murray, U. S. Marshal, District
Hon. T. D. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. Standllord, l'resideut Farmers'
and Drover Uank.
Hon. John Harbec, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Jlbon 1. Johuon,. Manager Gait House.
Dr. T. S. Hell, l'ror. 31edlcal University,
Hon. S. G. llaxtcr, Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. llumett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolfurd, Treasurer I.onl.llle.
A. O. Ilrannln, President JIanul'aeturei'
Phillip Judge, of the LyuNvllle Hote. Co.
Jamet llrld(;crord, President 2d National
W. C. D, Whips. Prop'r Wlllard Hotel.
J. C. Johii'ton, Prchldent Trudcn.' lliink.
H. Victor Newcomb, tlnn of Ncwcomb,
Kuchanan & Co.
Henr- Deppeu, Pres. florman Hank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cottoli' Merchant.
Dr. Norvln Green, L. & C. Short Line It. It.
ol. uose, Auams l-xiirox Co.
TIIOS. II. HUAMLETTK.
As't. Pub. Library of Ky., Pub. Llbrarj'
2TClrculars, (Thing full particulars, sent
on aiijiiicatiou. 7-10iIiVW2m
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 11. 11.
On nnd nftor Monday, April 24th, 1972,
trains will run as follows :
lOltiJ OOlMI SOCTIIClkT.
Leave Vlrelnla O.W a. m 1:34 p.m.
' Springlield o.o " 3.UO "
,' Tiiylorrllle ...... lo ft " a. o '
Arrire at rana It. 1(1 ' &.17 "
TBA1NS U0IM1 .VORTIIWIST.
Leave Pan 4.(i a. m J.3Sa. m.
" Tmlorville 4.4H " 4.8 "
Arrive at firii'ufild...o.n " .....8.00 "
Leave Sprini!fleld.......n.S ' " c 10 "
Arrive si Virginia 8.5 " -8.15 "
TBAIHS ODINfl recriltasT,
Lave EJgwood 5.30 a.m.- ....10.10 p. m
" Flora S.S " -11.40 "
Arrive at Shawtieet' .3 " 5 15
FOR SALE, 1 For Sal. t FOR SALE,
Sale I UK HAL. hi.
Statkof Illinois. )
Snriutrlleld. Julv ID. 1872. i
Notice is hereby given that until :i o'clock
p. m., on Monday, Atigu.-t 'Jtith, 172. eealed
propoiaN will he received nt the otllco of the
Secretan- of .State, in the citv of SnriiiL'tlelil.
for tho execution of tho eeveral chif4 of
liriuting, as iicreinnttcr t-pccilicd, fald print
ing to be let In separate contracts for each
clam. lor tne term ol two years rrom and af
ter tho tlit Monday of November. 1872.
'1 iik r ntsT Ci.AbS to comprUo the printing
of all bills for this two llotl-r of tho (teiienil
Assembly, together with such rexolutlous
aud other matters as may be ordered by the
two Houses, or either ot them, to bu printed
111 UlU IUIUI.
Thk Second Class to eomnrUo tho urint,
lug oi the journals of the Senate aud Iluuao
TlIK Tlllltli Class to conmrUn tho nrlnt
ing of all reports, eommunlcatlons or other
ttocumenuorucreii ny tltu (leneral Asi-omhly
or either branch thetVof, or by tho Exceil
th e Departments or tho State Government
to bo prititcd in pamphlet or hook form, to
gether with tliu volumes of public docti
I iik l ourtTii class to comprise the
nrlntliiL- of the laws and iolnt
The Fifth Class to comprise tho print
ing of all blanks, circulars, cards or other
niiiMictifiuj iui- mu uu oi me executive
Departments or either branch of tliu Gen
eral Assembly (other than such as shall be
pruned in pampiuet or Dill form).
Each lronoal must illstlm-tlv mul sn.wlil,.
ally Mate the price per thousand em for tho
composition of all matter embraced In tho
proposals for any or nil of such classes of
printing tho price per one hundred Impres-
siuns iui-mi iiiussivorK cmuraceu in mo llrst,
second, third and fourth cla-scs, and tho
price per twenty-live impressions for the
preeswork contained In the llfth class, nt
nilicu uiu uiuiiui hiii no UlU WOIK I'liliiraced
in mo class or ciascs or printing covered by
Each pronosal must be nccomnatilcd bv
bond, executed In duo form by tho bidder,
with at least two irooil and sulllclent sureties.
to ho approved bv tho Governor before tho
same is tiled, in the penal sum of ten thou
saud dollars, conditioned tor tho faithful
jii-iiutiuuiiL-i;, iiuiMiaiib iu -u act io provlUti
lor and regulate tho execution of tho public
iirlutliig," approved April Otis, 1H72, and In
lorco July 1st. 18i2, of such class or classes
of the State printing as may he awarded to
Mm; and alio lor the payment, as liquidated
damages, hy such bidder, to tho State, of
any excess of cost over the bid or bids of
.ucii omucr, wuen ine state may be obliged
to pay lpr such work by reason of the failure
ui iicu uiuuci- to cuiuuictc ms contract.
Said proposals will bo opened at a o'clock
v' . ' ... no .am. -g,u Ufty 01 AUgUSt, 1872,
ami will then bo duly considered.
Ulanks for proposals will bo furnished on
application io tne secretary or State.
EDWARD RUMMKL, Secretary of State
CHAS. E. Lll'l'lNUOTT, Auditor P. A.
EUASTUS N. HATES, State Treasurer
July20d2w Commls'rs l'ublle Printing.
"WANTtCD, AGENTS I
tlOOtolJW per month, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latent improved,
moat aimp.e and pei'eut bHUTTLR SKHINU
MACHINE ever luvrnted We cliallenin the
woild to compete wlihit Price ouly lis ui, sud
lully warranted for rive year., making tne
Khutio Lock rilltoli, alike on both we, The
same aa all the hiub priced thuttle
machine.. Alo, the eeutmited and
latest COMMON BKNSE FAMII.rSEWINO MA
CHINE. Price only 115 no, and fully warranted
tor dve year.. 1 hee machines will ttltoh, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and mbioidr
In a most auurrior manner, And are warranted
to do all work that can be daoe on any hlgh-pric4
niach'n. In ih world. For circular, and wrma
addre.. M. WVNKOOP CO .tOot Kid-a avenue,
err. 0, Vei.V7a Philadelphia) Pa. s-lMmw
Faro from LiVKRrooL,
Fnro from Londcndkrrt
Fure from Glashow,
Furo from Quke.shtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::; $4820
iarlom, Morn. Jt fa , venta.
Liverpool Mew-Toik arid rhlladrlphia
cxo.a coxTaacT wivh C!iti:d .iatu axn aaiTisa
For Carrjini; the Mall..
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rrntiita isroamriox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
H Broadway, New-Tork, or to
II. II on lt,
Wahlncton Avenue, Cairo. nnis. 51
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GATCN, VroprleUr.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfr UCIgaraJust receive,
llll.I.lAlil) saloon furnished with the best
or tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of the llncst brands,
A. SUSAN KA,
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Orm Lkvsk Cairo, III.
ORDItM PKOMPTLT IT lilt D
Best In the United Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, I X L Freezers, MU and fpo gr llaihs,
Cauea, Br, Cooper and Kuamelleil Ware. Urit
aula ami plumihed Ware, Japanned Ware of
every drcriptlon, and a ageneial anorlnent ut
Ainonxothnr. 1 seep tliejuilly celebrated
It is u.eles. to mention their superior qualltltt
as they .peak lor tnem.eivea throujliout tit
I mauulacture everything In Tin, Sheet Iro, tad
Cooper Ware out ot thn virv beat nubri.i. ..d
have no hesitation in .Using that I hv a iamt
and mora, complete asaoitmenl of cooda ikV
Honed, ihan can tx found In the city.
Country dealer will 8ml lti- 11,-1. 1-1.-..1
M 111 UDBaUM 1 iMaMiA Mi "