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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1872.
8IMMON8 AND OLOtJGH ORGAN COMPANY'S
-A. 13 I 33 T 'OBa-AlTS
Grand Combination Organs
Killed nlth the newly Invented
Ncrlbner'a Patent qtiislifIna; Tube,
An invention having a moat Important bearing on the
future reputation of Reed Instruments, hy mean ot
willed the quantity of volume of tone In very largely
increasen, and tho iiaallty ot tone rer.dcred.
Equal to that of tho best I'lpo Organs of tho
Our celebrated "Vox Celeate," "Louie Patent,'
'oi llumkna," "Wilcox Patent" Octavo complete
is charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" .tops, and
All tho Lato Improvements
can I obtained only in these Organ.
EVEBY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at INos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
r- Thlrty.fiTt different .tries for- lh Parlor and the Church; New and elegant designs i The be
materiaUnd workmanship; Quality and Tolume of tone uneqiialed.
Prices, $50 to $500.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS & CLOUOH ORGAN CO., Dotrolt, Mich.
vavi. a. wciicnrXtri.
8IMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUH
HAVE prored, from the most ample expr j
lence, an entire eucceaai Simple Prompt 1
r.inciem anu iteiiaoi. mev are wi only ineji
clnes perfectly adtpted to popular use so slm
pie I tut mistakes cannot lm made In uilnit them:
' harmleM at to be free from danger, and no
efflcleotas to lie always reliable. They hare rals
edthe htgheal commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
I, Cures Fe-ter, congestion, Inflammations.',!
V, " Worm, worm fever, worm colic...'.!
3, " 'rjrlnt;.colin orteeihingol infants.-'.
4, " lllrrlioea, of children and dutta...
t, " Iyelery, griping, rHIous colic .45
e, " fL'nolitravinorbus, vomltin.........2S
7, " CHolern. eolda, bronchltiuM....2)
e, " Tlrnri.lKla, touttuch, fceaclie-.'.'5
e, " llvisdisciie's, sick headache. vertlgoZA
lb, " Dyaprpslai bdioua stomachr........'.!)
11, " NuppreeI,or rulnful period.
12, " Wnft, too profiise perio.la'il
13, " Croats, cough, difficult breathing...?!
II, " Malt Buvum, Erysliwta., Eruptions',
15, " Rhenniallara, rheumatic pmu..'i'
If,, " lerand AsTUf.chlll fevcr.aguesiO
17. " PI I en. blind or bleeding .. jui
IX, " Oplithlrmjr, and sore or weak eyeatt
l'J, " Catarrh, acuie orrhroulc, InBuentaM
3, WhxpliT-'nia;h,lopot coujjti.Vi
VI, " Aelbmn, oppressed lireatnin .M
'1, " Ear llschara;ea, Im-mlred hearingV)
1, " ttcrornla.nlari;el glands, swelling.
21, " Ocaeral Debility, physical vieak.Mi
ness .. IW
25, " Ilrouay and acantySeeretlona .M
'lit '' NraHlrkiimHi.iilcKiieaa from ridlnvM
V7, " Uldnry-Ulewaao, Oravel io
le, " Nervous Debility, seminal eral-
sions.Involuntarr discharge. 00
Flwe;Boxts,wlthone final of powder
very necesaary in aerloua cnses.5 f,o
29, ' Kore Woatk, canker.......... W
ao, " tlriaarjr Weakness., wettlni! led'i
31, " Palaral HerlsMla, wilhspaims w
" aaar!at;.'ltriauire ofllfe.l oo
" Kllepy,Spsras,St.Vilue'dancl oo
at, ii Dlptherta, ulcerated sore throat M
Or SS to 0 larve Tlals, atorocco
r rowwaed caa, raatalalaara
prclsle for verjr ardiaarjr dla
rxee a fauilly Isaabjcet to, and
beoki ofdlreelloBa)...m.from flOto 25
smaller fatally and Travellag cea,
2mo M vll...... irom 92 to gg
Hpeclfio lor all Prlvnto IHaeaMe,
Loth lor CurliiB and ror I'revrn
tlva treatment, in vinls aim pooet
caaes ..... 63 to 5 00
Cures Burna, Hru.au. I.amena, Horeneaa.Sore
'1 hroat, bprains, Toothache, -Earache, Nturnljia,
J.lieumatum, Lumbago, i'llea, Holla, elinna.tore
j:yea, HIcellnKof the Luoi;, Noae, Bli.macli, or
of Pilea, Corna, Ulrcra, old riorea.
Price, 6oi., M) eta. : Ptnta, II M; Q'larta, Jl 75.
1hrso remedies, except Pond's Eitract, by
luecaasor slnslo box, are tciit to any part of thu
country, by mall or expren, free of charge, on
Ticeipt of the price.
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and IH-pct, No, Va Ilrosdway, NewYoik.
KOll SALE IlV I'. O. bCUUll, C.UKU, Ills,
Our Uomc Advertisers.
1'llILA DELPHI A
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
H0I1EKT WOOD, TH03. H- HOOT.
ROBERT "WOOD ds CO,
1.13a Ilidge Arenuo, Philadelphia, Pu
For Decorating Fountain.,
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
ARBORS, CHAIRS, HETIEHS, it., Ac.
NEW STYLE WHOUOHT-IRON RAILING lor
Vront of Houce and Csmeterles. Never before
CAST AMI WKUUmtT-MlON ItAlLlNfiS for
Puldio Hulldlnfs and fiounres, Cemetery Lot,
and Oardeu Fell' , llalconfea, Hoof CrcstUL's,
etc., in great variety of 1'iiitcrna.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral nnd straight, ol vnriniit
i allerns nnd styles. Special attention givtn this
elms of work,
LAMP POSTH, for Fronts of Public IlulldlnKS.
Hotela, and City Htri'0iu,ol Plain and Elaborme
STAHLE FITTINO.ofOastand WrougliMron,
ot New Improvod Styles, such as Hay Rncka,
Stall Divisions, Mangors, Harness Urackets, (lut
terx. Traps, Ventllaiora, ac,
WIRE WORK of every deseriptlJIi. Wire
fiunrds of Crimped Wire.aalvaalied it Painted,
in Plain or Ornnmenul l'aitcrns, lor Storo Doors
or Windows, factory nnd Warohouso Windows,
lulling for Offlcoa, Ranks, Counter Railings,
U:ilcohle, Lawn mil Firm Fences, Ac, Ac.
OATES for entrance to Cemeteries, Publm
Siiiares and Gentlemen's Country Seats, of Oss
Tubing or WrougliMron, both single uid uouble.
In elabnrato and simple, designs.
DRINKINO FOUNTAINS, lor Btreet Uses. A
very large assortment of designs expreasly for
cast-Iron urinal iioxes, for pubiio parks
lid city strcem.
OVAL VASEM, Istest styles, centennial pattern.
I ITCHING POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
plain designs. 4.5 eoil.Cm.
ARK YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our advice nnd purchase- your ticket'
over tie old reliable and popular Mbmiuui I'.
cine lUiiaoin, which Is posltlvoly tho only line
running three daily express trains froinHt, Louis
to Kansas City slid the west! and is positively
the only ine which runs Pullmin palaco sleepers
end flue day coaches, especially for movers,
oiuipped with Miller's palely platform, and the
patent steam brake, From St. Louis to Kansas
City, FU Scott, Lawronce, Lenvonwnrlh, AichU
anil, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Ululls
n Omaha without change I For information in
regajd to time tables, ratos, its,, to any point In
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado. Toxos,and
California, call upon or address S, II. Thompson,
agentiMlssouri rue I flu R. R, Columbus, Ohio ; or,
E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Hi. Louis,
No trouble to answer questions 3-6-w.l
BATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
V This superb hair dyeis the best In the world
rerfectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous,
No disappointment. The genuine W. A, Uatclio
lor'a Hair Dya produces Immediately a uatural
clack or brown,' Poes not stain the skin but
eavss the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
nly iaf and perfect hair dye. Hold by all drug
ts. Factory? 1 Bond St., N, T.
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IiETAIL AXD PJJESCJUI'TIOX
Cor. Wnatilnglon Av. and F.lelitn Nt.,
OP XT Xj L OPEN-ED.
Where wc will keep
AGO M P L E T E STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND NURSERY APPLIANCES, Ac,
I O 33 OOLTJ:
Our Pure SPAUiaiNG SODA AVATEH
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not 1j excelled . Wo also draw tho
BLUE 1j 1 0 K W A T E H S .
AUo, n cliolco lot of Cigars, of extra qual
ity, sold nt reasonable prlees. Our
"Will rceolvo nitcelnl attontlon nnd rare,
being at all hours. In chnrRO of eoropetent
anil careful partlcH. Prescription! carefully
compounded At nil hours day ur night.
NONE HUT THE PUREST AND REST
PablUfaest Trv Baoralatj, Moaslay
BULLETIN PRINTING UOUHE.
On several cccatlons, montion has Leon
inado in theto columns of The BtlLi.tTiif,
of Improvements mado from ll mo to time,
in The Rullktin office, but no connected
details, lmvu boon given of thu various de
partments and tho material which consti
tutes tho coinplolo establishment.
Tho projent seems an opportuno mo
ment In which to prcsont thcto details suc
cinctly, so lint tho public may form somo
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "how It is
dono" In Tin: Bulletin Printing
in the rear
of tho main building arolocatod tho Nows
Composing, Job and Steam Press Rooms.
THE COMPOSING ROOM,
in which many hands aro employed " at
cato"and "on tho forms," Is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains an immenso amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo havo lately added
new type, and stands of tho latest patterns
the Jon nooM
is furnished with tho very best material
all tho IhIciI stylos of Job Printing type,
borderi, etc. Wo have in use three
hundred ro.VTS of type, andour facilities
for printing all kinds of largo Potters arid
all other kinds of Job Printing from the
elaborato circular of many colors, to a
cent ballad, both in respect of style and In
price, uro unnqualcd by any office in
Southern or Central Illinois. To this
largo stock, new patterns aro constantly
being added. Six skilled mechanics are
employed in this department, also un
der thu imtncdluto supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, n master me
chanic a Job Printer whoso good taito
and skill havo given him an cnviablo rep
utation in his trade.
in the hook depariment
wo aro prepared to print books of a thous
and pages or pamphlets of two, in typo
of nny si.o, nt prices in' competition with
thoo of tho larger cities of tho East and
THE Pit EM ROOM,
it In charge of Mr. L. Casiolt, u thorough
and experioaced workman. Here may bo
seen our new Four-Roller Cottbe'.l
and Baiicock Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost where it stands 54,000 a press
superior to tho celebrated Hoc press, and
on which tho finest priming can bo dono ;
alio, our hati-mcdiutn Universal Pucas,
which Is, we havo no hesitation in saying,
the belt bed nnd platen press manufac
tured in this or any other country. "We
have also in constant uso the Gordon nnd
Deeener presses, ull driven by a
TE.V 1I0I1SK POWER ENGINE,
built especially for The Bulletin, by
Messrs. Reed ii Mann, and which has
given uk unqualified satisfaction. It is
just tho thing a thing of beauty and
works liko n charm. To tho building of
this engine Mr. Mann, who has grown
gray in his business and knows all about
it, gave his special attention, and wo have
to thank him for a job wo have tested and
not found wanting in nny particular.
Tho Boiler, Enino and Shafting were
put in place, nnd all tho machinery of the
Press Room arranged and fitted up by
Messrs. Ronnie & Co., the work being
dono under tho supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whose skill and industry wo are
under many obligations.
In this department Mr. I. U. IIuols, lato
of St. Louis Mo., Is tho superintendent.
Ho ii a thorough master of his busincs.',
and, wo venture to say has no superior in
the United States. It any doubt tho as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay the
bindery it visit, nnd they wil. bo shown
specimens of band gilt work for covers of
books, etc., of great beauty and elaborate
design, from the modival stylo to that of
tho most modern. It need, thoroforo, bo
hardly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish and durabil
ity cannot bo excelled, and the prices
cannot be competed with.
Tho machinery is all of tho very best
description, amongst which are a Ruling
machine, a Hickock standing press, a
Iloolo Paging machine, u spnn new
Brom & Carter card cutter, costing $250,
Tnblo shear, and a compluto set of finish
ing tools. All work warranted, of what
ever kind. Persons having magazines,
to bo bound, old books rebound, or gildiug
in leather etc., etc., should bring them on
Immediately bsforo tho Fall rush.
"Wo havo built up In Cairo, from n
very small beginning, a Printing Estab
lishment and Book Bindery complete in
all their details, an establismont In which
every Egyptian should tako n pride. "Wo
ask no bonas to maintain us but wo
do ask that our peopio will givo to us u
liberal patronage. AVo can dn work at as
low figures and as well ns similar work
can be dono in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, and wo therefore ask that our
homo peopio shall patrolze The Bulle
tin in profcronco to printing offices in tho
cities wo havo immoil.
Castoria Is u scientific vogotablo prop
aration ; a perfect substituto for nnd more
ofl'octivo than Castor Oil, and It pleasant
to take. It cleanses tho system in a most
remarkable, manner; dooi notdiitress or
gripo, but operates when 'all othor reme
dies havo failed. It it certain to jupor
cedo Pills, CrtstorOil, Narcotic Syrups and
all othor Purgative and exciting modicinos
The Cattoria contains neither Minorals
Morphlno nor Alcohol, By Its omoliont
soothing Direct, it assimilates tho food and
produces nntural sleep, particularly ndnpt
ing it to crying and teething children
It cures Stomach Acho, AVInd Colic, Con
stipation, Flatuloncy, Croup and kills
Worms. Mako your druggist tend for It
ho will ahviiyi koep it, as every family
must havo it. It costsbut thlrty-nvo contt
a bottlo fl-29w4t
A Prook. Nothing is bettor proof of
tho oxcelleucn of an articlo than tho fre
quent imitations of it.
Thcso countorfoltes aro tho unlvertal
trlbuto which worthlessncti pays to merit.
ho sterling worth and popularity of tho
T arter Oak Stovo It attotted by this
St. Louis Advertsoments.
D. C. JACCARD fc CO S Il
lustrated Price List ind
Catalogue of Waftham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, 4c.
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
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
17 South Canal Street, Chlcogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.
Tho regular annual term of this Law School
win open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER OTH, 1872.
"Full course, two termv-Mx month each
Student admitted to the Senior Cla.i on ex
amination bv annllcatlon on or before Octo
bcr 5th, 1S72. Tuition fee, SMi first year; 00
second year, Including use of library. For
particular addrct., O. 31. STEART,
Dean of Faculty, or
1-,-,. , . f .... Tl., ...'
7-C-d&w 1 m. St. Louis, Mo,
ESTAslLIHHED IS IMO
. . .. ' 1 . . r . .
i uiL-iiioors 111 uiv cucu.'iy ui .jl'sus, anu
Incorporated by an act of the State
Legislature In 18.TJ, It has experienced unin
terrupted succcs, and continues to oifer the
student every facility lor acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate for admission not person
ally acquainted with some one of the Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletins are sent three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to in
term them of the conduct, health and
improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced physician dally visits the insti
tution, and tho greatest care and attention
are bestowed on the sick.
Board and tuition, pcrscsslon, ten months,
The next session begins September 2d,
Payments must be made quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogues con
taining instructions to parents, an 1 Hill par
ticulars, will be scut free on application to
Rev. J. O. Zealand, S. .1.,
President St. Louis University. St. Louis,
Mo. 7-1 1-OwdAw.
Our Homo Advertisers.
HCCOKMUH at LYON, Agents.
TO SELL THE PARLOR STEEL ENORAV1NO
"CHRIST WEEPING OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Sia Cius. Eternal's celebrated Eogllsh
painting, aad by America's best engraver. All
who aeo It want it at once. Apply to VALLEY
PUBLISHING COMPANY, St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
By T S. ARTHUR, the author ot the world
famous tiook. -'Ten Mshts in a Ilar.room."
" luasx Yzsas in a Man lair," is the crowning
woik ni ine aiiuirs me, anu oiu Agents say uiey
never knew a book to tell like II. One agent sold
SI copies in three Jays; acothT 2" In halfnday.
Ueaulitully bound and llluatrated. Extra terms
lo agents. Apply lo F. A. HUTCHINSON & CO.,
5 2 N. Sixth '!.. St. Louis. Mo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BOUT ANU MIIOE NTUBE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Atbcneum.
.Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
AVhich they sell at tho
VERY LOAVEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are also prepared to aupply Lidies nnd
Centlvmen with the HEsT OF SHOi' WORK.ut
mi re j that defy coniiieilllon. 4-lZil
II. T. GEItOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Uas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, globe and anglo valvss, stop
cocks, check valves, etc,
also aqist roa
rulta Ilrotliera Patent Brjr Una Meter
And Morehouse, Wells b Co'a Automatic Watot
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COUMERCIAL-A.VENU
1 a . r"
GREEN &, GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Green, i
William U Gilbert, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Miles F. Gilbert, J
WBpeeta, attention given to Admiralty iud
oyricK oiuo lxvec, booms 7 and & oveb
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
LLEN, MULKE1' &, WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAAV,
William J. Allen,
Samuel r. Wheeler,
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
ftOME OT ITS ADVANTAOF.S.
It cooks quickly and more thoroughly with less
Are than any other way.
Food cooked the old wayloes one-thirdrf Its
weight, cooked In this ataam vessel, It only loes
no eighth. Tho savings in this way will toon
pay its cost.
YO0D CANNOT HE 1IURNED.
It will ROIL,
more perfectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
Las a better flavor, and Is easier digested than
whea cooked in the old way,
NO YEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It makes a first clasi Cook out of a poor one,
and a good cook better than before.
ALL AVHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It Is the only utensil In ne that is warranted
nottoRUR.N RICE IN C OOKI.NO.underany clr
eunistsnce. Agents make more money selling
this vessel, than any article in use, tor every In.
telllgent housekeeper in the country wants one.
ANY ONE WISIIINO TO BUY RIOHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
csn call on or address
AV. J. BURNETT,
5-5tfdAw Thornton's Hlock, loth at., Cairo, III
(Successor to P, Saup.)
WHOLESALE &, RETAIL
FIRE AVORKS, TOYS,
Wi Commeiclal Avenue.
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington avenue and Poplar street
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Dj HKXFOltD, .... Proprietor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
((ignnvejed to and Irom the Depot free
1 1 . derU
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L ARO EST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY' CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth ntreet nnd Com.
C. O. PATEE
SUTTER k BIERWIRTII,
708 AVASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed nnd ground Olasi
of every descripilou.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. tur Orders from all parts of Hie conn
mpnlyatiendod o 8.31 dw 3m
SsTPsrtlcular attention paid to rtvar and ad.
OFFICE Ovar First National Bank, Ohio Lava.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Potty, Betsaltte, flnaollHe,
And the oelebrated illuminating
BROSS1 UU1LD1N9, CCP ilTH-ST. COM
Cairo, - - Illinois.
S 1, O O O, O O O
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT f.Ot)IHVII.I,E, UY,
By authority In the net of the Legislature
Incorporating tho I'ubllc Library of Ken
tucky, the Trustees will give their
SECOND GRAND QIFT CONCERT
In tho great 'hall of tho -Public Library,
building hi LoutsWIle, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100OOOTICKETM OF A)IIANIO.
wlllbo issued at 810 each; half tickets $:',
quarter tickets 2..V) 11 whole tickets for
Slot); 28rora.V: WJior WOO; 11.1 for 91,000:
283 for f 2,5oo ; eS7." for Sri.uoo. No discount
on less than 910U worth or tickets at a time.
$500,000 i Currency
will bo given to tho holders of tickets by dl
trlbutlon by lot of ONE THOUSAND
GIFTS, as follows:
LIST OF GIFTS.
k Grand Gift, Cash $100,000
i: Urand Gift, Cash M.ouo
y 000 "
Glfis of "ei.'rioo ' each'. "..".. I 8,000 ,
" 1,000 " 15.000
" IKK) " lS.lWt "
" NX) 10.NS) "
" 700 " ... 17,:.00 "
00 " 21,000 "
500 " 22.500 "
4l) " 20,000 "
!10O "... lf.CX) "
200 " . . . , 20.000 "
100 " . .. . (JI.2ISJ '
Total, 1,000 Gift?, all Cali .$5!hj,(ski.
The lion. Thos. V.. Brainli'lte, late gover
nor of Kentucky, has consented to represent
the Tnitecs In the management of this sec
ond Grand Gilt Concert, and ho will pcron.
oily see that the uinnev Irom the sale of tick
ets Is depo-itcd with the Treasurer, that tho
drawing Is fairly conducted, and tho gilts
justly awarded and promptly paid.
Tho drawing will tnko place In public, In
full view of the audience, and under the Im
mediate supervision and direction of Hie of
ficers and Tni-tees of. the I'ubllc Library
of Kentucky, ami the following named emi
nent and ill-Interested citizen", who have
cim-chtcd to be present and see that all Is
Hon. M. It. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals,
Hon. .1. l'roctor Knott, late M. C. I.eVn Dis
trict. Hon. H. AV. Bruce, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Eli H. Murray, L S. Marhal, District
Hon. T. B. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. Standll'ord, President Fanners'
ami Drovers Hank.
Hon. John Barbee, Manager ltoyal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. I.ee, Coin. Atfy Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Jllsou P. Joliii'on, Manager Gait House.
Dr. T. S. Bell, Prof. Medical University,
Hon. S. G. Baxter, Mayor Loulslllc.
Hon. T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasurer Loulsviile.
A. O. Ilr.iiuiln, President Manufacturers'
Phillip Judge, of the LyulsWllc Hole. Co.
James Hrldgeford, President 2d National
AV. O. I), Whips. Prop'r AVlllard Hotel.
J. C. Johnston, President Trailers' Bank.
11. Victor Neweomb, firm of Nowrotnb,
Buchanan .t Co.
Henry Dcppen, Pres. German Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. Nonin Green, L. & C. Short Lino It. It
Vol. ltoe, Adams Express Co.
THUS. E. BltAMLETTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library of Ky., Pub. Library
inruircuiars, giwug mil particulars, sent
on application, i-iuu.vw.'m.
State op Illinois. )
Springfield. Jul' 1(1. 1872.
Notice N hereby given, that until .'I o'clock
p. in., on Monday, Augu-t 20th, 1872, sealed
propoals will be reccltednt the nlllee of the
Secretary of Stale, In Iho city of Springfield,
for the execution of the suvcral classes of
printing, as hereinafter specified, saltl print
ing to be let In separate contracts for each
clas. for the tenn of two years from and af
ter tho IliM Monday of November, 1S72.
The First Class to comprise the printing
of all bills for tho two Houcs of tho General
Assembly, together with such rc-olutious
and other matters as may be ordered by the
two Houses, or either ul them, to be printed
in bill form.
The Second Class to eompH-e tho print
ing ol the journals of tho Senate and House
The Third Class to coninrlo tho print
ing of all reports communication- or other
documents ordered by tho General Assembly,
or eiiuci niaiiuii uiereui, or dv inc. incen
tive Departments of the State Government,
to he printcit in painpuiet or uook lorm, to
gether with the olumes of public docu
ments. The Fourth Class to comprise the
.toltif Int. nf.lt.i l.i., ..11,1 IM,i t.nlnllrt,..
Tin: Fifth Class to eomprlso the print
ing of all blanks, circulars, cards or other
woriv nece-Miry tor too iiu in mo i.xectittto
Departments or either branch of the Gen
eral Assembly (other than Mich as shall bo
printed In pamphlet or bill form).
Each proposal must distinctly and specific
ally statu tho price per thousand cms for the
composition of all matter embraced III the
propo-als for anv or all of such classes of
printing the price perono hundred liiiprei
sloiis tor all presswoik embraced In the first,
second, third and fourth classes, and the
price per twenty-live impressions for the
nresswork contained In tin' filth class, at
which tho bldderwlll do the work embraced
In the class or clas-es or printing cowrcd by
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond, executed lit duo form by thu bidder,
with at least two good aiitlsuillclent sureties,
to be approved bv thu Governor beforo the
same is tiled, In the penal sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned tor thu faithful
performance, pursuant to "An net to provide
for ami regulate the execution of the public
printing," appro ed April nth, 1872, ami In
force July 1st. 1872, of such class or cla-sc
of the State printing us maybe awarded to
liliu; and also for tho payment, as liquidated
damages, by such bidder, to the state, of
any excess of cost over tho bid or bids of
sueu uiuucr, wuen inu biaie may ue oniigeii
to pay for such work by icu.-on of tho failure
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said proposals will bo opened at 3 o'clock
p. in. on tho said 20th day ol August, 1872,
and will then be duly considered,
Blanks for proposals will be furnished on
application to the Secretary of State.
EDWARD RUMMEL, Secretary of State.
CHAS. E. MPP1NCOTT, Auditor P. A.
ERASTUSN. BATES, (State Treasurer
July20il2w Conunls'rs Public Printing.
flMtotWO por month, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce iho the latest impruved,
most simple and pei'ect SHUTTLE sferilNU
MACHINE ever luvented. We challenge the
woild lo compete ilh it Price only (18 O'.ond
fully warranted for Hvs years, making tne
F.Ustio Lock Sllloli, alls' e no both aMea. The
tame as all tho hlah priced shuttle
machines. Also. the relstirsled and
latest COMMON SENSE FAM1LYSBWIN0 MA;
CHINK. Price only 1 ou, ana fully warranted
lor live years. These machines will allien, hem,
rell, tuck.- quilt, cord, bind, brsM and embroidsr
Ii- a most superior manner. And are "arrantm!
to do all work that cau be daneon any high-priced
machine In lh world. Fur circular sud terms
address H. WYNKOOP A CO., l!OH Ridge avenue,
orP. O. Box, illd Philadelphia, Pa. o-iEJ, 3mw
100 Mlleti k MHamsM
TO OHIOAO-O .
F.lKhfr Mile thelirtw 1
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OAR3
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Jolrolt, Cleveland, Niagara Falls,
ullslo, I'ltlsMiig, Washington.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, -
Boston antl all points east, . . ,h
MiUauklo, Jsnesvllle, Madison.
LaCroase, St, Paul and all points north.
Dus Is also the only direct route to
Deeatur, Illoomlngton, Hnnngeld,
eorla, quincy, Keokuk,
lliirlingtnn, Ruck IsUnd, La Salle.
Mendoia, Dixon, Kreeport,
Oalena, Dubuque, Sioux City,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing; Room Sleeping Cart
On all Night Trains.
Htf!K Checked in all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C. R.R;
depot it airoi on board tne transit stesmer be
tween Columbus and Cniro, and at tne principal
..... -.1, . ..in . ihiiv-i- IIIIIM.KIIIIII. tj SUUin.
W. P. JOHNsON, Oen'l f ass. Ag't, Chlca.o.
A. Jlircim.i., Gen'l Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72,
trains will run as follows:
THAISS OOISO tOVTIIIAST.
Lervve Virclnla 0.10 a. m l:3ip.m.
' Hpringtield .....'J.o " 3:0U
Tnylorvllle lu S 6. o
Arrive at I'ana 11.10 ' 0.17 "
taAiss ooisu MoarnwisT.
Leave l'.ms I.i.l a. in 3. Ma. m
" Tntlorxlle t.to ' 4 6 "
Arrivo at Spnngtield...0.l ' e.00 "
Loavn Sprinifleld. n.4 " 0 10 "
Arricnl Viiginia 8.5 " 8.1S "
TSA1VS on i so sOCtlllAST,
Leave Edgwood S.30 a. m. 10.10 p, m
" Flora 8,S ' U.40 "
Arrive at Shawneet'ii .al " 6 15 '
FOR SALE, ) For sal. f FOR SALE,
I FcrSaleJ '
For Sale 1 nn
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcnderry
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $4820
iailoril. Morns i Ca
Liverpool New-York and Philadelphia
rxoia coaraAcr with ckited statu ai biitisu
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR TASSAIqE TICKETS
oa rvaTHia isroanATioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o up t.
Washington Avenue, Cairn.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN MATEH, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfc UCIgarsJust recelv.J,
BII.I.1AHD saloon furnished with the best
of tables ; ami bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of thu finest brands.
And Denier In Foreign and Domestic
AVINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
IlcUeei, Ninth and Tenth Streets,
DIALS. I SI
BOAT BTOEBS J-
a ro c x ri s s.
Onia Lkvsk Cairo, III,
oansas eaonsvLv rutin
ZE RO REFRIG ERATORS.
Rett In the United Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, I X I. Freeters, fill and Spoge Baths,
Cagos, Brasa, Copper Hod Enamelled w are. Brit
anta and pUnlihed Ware, Jausnned Ware of
every descnptlou, anil a ageneial assortmeul of
Amongolhers 1 keep the justly celebrated
It is useless lo mention their tunerim alttUa
aa they speak Ir Ihemsolvei ibrouxhout th.
I manufacture everything In Tin, Sheet Iron, aad
Copper Ware out ol the rry beat material, and
ha.e no hesitation In staling that lk.v. a larger
and nu r eompleta aasjortwwnt of good, men
tioned, than can be found In lb. city.
Oounlrr dealers will And it in n.i. t.i.ii i
ca1' nd examine bt for. purcb'apg.lMbr..
juujiuh, iwuia Huit.nog, snq an oo'a'oe wars
promptly atttmdtvl to. U W. HENDIsVtOK,