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THE CAIRO toAlLY'BtilLfeTl'N, WEDNESDAY, eTtJLY31, 1872.
SIMMONS AND CLOUGil ORGAN COMPANY'S
Grand Combination Okoans
Fitted with the newly Invented
ftorlbssar'a PsUcsst Mllfyiag Tasks,
An Invention having a mnat Important bearing on thn
future reputation of Heed Instruments, by mean ol
which the quantity of volume of tone In very largely
increased, and the qaallty ot tone recdered.
Equal to that of the best Pipe Organi of tbo
Our celebrated "Vol Celeete," "Louis Patent,'
"Vol UuDikna," "Wilcox I'atent" OcUto complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" atop, and
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained only m theie Organi.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nob. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
TnlrtT-flvs different etvleefor the Parlor and the Church) New and elegant designs I The be
material and workmanship Quality ana volume of tone unequaled.
Prices, $50 to $500.
AOENT3 WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Addreu SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
HAVE proved, from the mott ample exper
lence, an entire lucceaii Himple Prompt
ilentand Reliable. They are the only medl.
fjnM perfectly adapted In popular ute to aim.
pie that mistakes can aot be made In using Ihemi
n hannleia ae 10 be free from danger, and ao
eAclentaa to be always reliable. They have rale
d the highest commendations from all, and will
ulwaya render aatiiifactlon.
I, Cures Pe)era, congestion, Inflammations.tt
tv arms, worm lever, worm cono-.
Os;laj.oolic orteethiogol infant. i
Hlrrhora, of children and adulte.26
Draesstrrv, griping, h'llous colic ..25
Choleras, colds, lronchlitu.......i1
Xssr.laia, toothache, faceache....25
Maadacuoe, slek headache, vertlgoW
Braves! b.lloue atomeflhe-.......SJ
NaparnMd.or painful periods
Waft, too prefuae perioja
Craaa, cough, difficult breathing'.M
aeaaa, Erysipelas, KruptlonsiS
an. rheumatic cams B5
aYeverasstlAajae), chill lever, ague60
Fllesa, blind or bleeding............. JM
Ophthlraaj, and eore or weak eyeatt
Catarrh, acuie or chronic, influeniaM
Aataaaa, oppressed breathing ... W
Ear DlacBarsM,lmntlred hearingM
ateronala.enlara;ed glands, ewellingv
UeaeraU BchUltjr, pbyilcal wesk.6G
neae .. ......................... 60
Hraparand scantSecretion to
laaaiHckBaaa,vlcknete from ridinrM)
Uldary.Dlaaaaa. OraveU. ...... ...50
Ncrwotta avehllltjr, aeminal erl
alons.lniolunlarv dlscbarge......l Ou
n;Boe,wlth cne I 1 vial of powder
very neces.ary in serious cases.6 AO
More atta, cnkr..............W
avnaarjr weaaaeaa, wetting ted-60
at Panada, with aptama 60
MaMrisisjsMlchange of life t
KalJaejr,ljMm, bt.Vitua'dance.l m
Bipiaeria, ulcerated sore throat 00
01 S3 la aa tare Ttala, saoroeo
nr raaewa1 eaaa, coalalalajra
apaclMe for ever? ordlaarr dla-
nae a temlljr la aabject to, aad
iMsoka ofdlraetloaa .......from 110 lo 25
smaller raaall and Traveling ca-ea,
joiio 88 vials. .. ...irom aa to
Specific lor all Private Ulaeaaea,
bnih for Car lag- and ror Pre r en.
Ilva treatment, In Tlala ann pocket
cue .... .. S3 lo 3 OO
Curei Durna, ilruiaea. Lameneaa, Horen,Fore
'I nroat, bpraini, T'-othache, Earache, Neuralfia,
..heumatiirn, Lumbago, pile. Holla, ctinua, bore
Kye, Illeellnic of the l.uni!, Note, Stomach, or
c I f ilea, Corna, Ulcerv, Uld Horea.
Price, 6oi,, W . Pinta, II t; Quart, Jl 75.
awr iheae rtmedira, except Pond'a Eitract, by
lliecaaeor aioicle oox, are aent to any part of the
1 uunlry, by mail or expreae, free of charge, on
receipt of the price.
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
OSlce and Depot. No. 842 Broadway, New.Tork.
POK HALE HY P. G. SCI1UII, CAIRO, Hit,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROBERT WOOD, TflOS. 8. ROOT.
ROBERT 'NVOOD CO.
1,U Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
FOUNTAINS -FLOATINO StfANU-
STATU ART WATER LI LIE
DUCKS -TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountaina.
VERANDAHS', HUMMER HOUSE,
IHBORS, CHAlllS, HETf EES, Ae Ac.
, NEW STYLE WltOUOHT-IUON RAILING for
Vl'rOEt of lloure and Cemeteriea, Never lielore
CAST AND WROUQIIT-IRON RAILINGS for
I'litilio BuildinKa and Boutiree, Cemetery Lota,
Had Qardeu Fence., Ilalconiea, Roof Crciti igj,
t In., in great variety of Paiterna.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and straight, ol yarioua
1 alierna and atylea. Special alleuliou given thla
LAMP POSTS, for Frontaof Public Dulldlnge,
lluula, and City Streeu,ol Plain and Elaboraie
a TABLE FITTINGS, of Cast and Wronglit-Iron,
ot New Improved Htvlea, such aa Hay Rack,
: tall Dlvlalona, Mangera, Uarneaa Urackete, Gut
ter, Tmpa, Ventllaiora, Itc.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
(iuardK of Crimped Wlre.Oalva'jIzed 1 r Painted,
m ''lain or Ornamental Paiterna, for Store lioora
or Wimlowa, factory and Warehouae Wlndnwa,
Hfilloga for Offlcea, Banks, Counter Raitioga,
llalconies, Lawn nd Farm Fences, c, Ac.
GATES for entrance to Cemeteriea, Publ--
tuarea and Oentlemen'a Country Seats, of Gas
1 ublng or Wrouglit-lroo, both single and uouble,
I" elaborate anl simple deslgui,
DKINKINO FOUNTAINB, tor atreet ue. A
very large assortment of designs expressly for
this purpose. r
l7l . " URlNAt B0XE3, for public parks
and city streets, ' T
HYTomiSinEp,wiS,t e'ntennl.l pattern.
-1I1 IT5r, 0 0ira Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
rialn designs. e'&eod.Om.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Ifso, Uke our ftdvlceand purchase your ticket,
over tie old reliable and popular MiiaoVii Pa.
. ino Raitaoap. which I. iKSlfiV. ,"e 2nly line
1 unnlng three daily express tralnsVrom Hi. Louis
to Kansas Oily and Hie west I aud is rVoaltivelv
the only inewhlfh runs Pullrnvn palace sleepers
rnd flna day coaetiee, especially for movers,
equipped with Miller's safely platform, and the
patent steam brake, From St. Louia to Kansas
City, Ft. soott, Lawrence, Leavenworth. Atchl
pon, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Blurts
hw Omaha without change I For Information in
rtgajd to time tables, rates, Ac, to any point in
Mlaaourl, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texaa.and
California, call upon or addreasH. II. Thompson,
egentLMiasourl Pacific R,R. Columbus, Ohio or,
K. A. Ford, General Pasaenger Agent, Bt. Louis,
No trouble to anawer queatlona 36-wt
BATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tnta iuperb hair dye is the best In the world
t erfeetly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous.
Nodlaappolatmeut. Tha genuine W. A, BsUhe
jor'f Hair Dye produces fiamedlateiy a natural
olack af brown. Does act stain (be skin but
rave tka hair clean, aoft aad beautlrul. Tha
Bi'. z,r?r. br M d,uK-
Our Home Advertisers.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Waablagtoa At. aad Elcnta at',,
Wicrc we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND NURSERT APPLIANCES, Ac,
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYEUPS
Can not lie excelled. We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS.
iLiS,in c.',olce ,ot r Clirant, ol extra nuJ
Ity, nold nt reasonable prlcen. Our
JVIU receive enpeclttl attention and cure,
being tit all bourn in charge or competent
and careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
rakllakesj avary marata, Maaelay
BULLETIN PRINTING HOUSE.
On aovorat occoslona, mention has been
matlo in tlicso columns of Til k Rullitiit,
of improvements made from tltno to tlino,
in Tub Uullktin offlco, but no connected
details havo been given of tho various de
partments nnd the material which consti
tutes tbo comploto establishment.
Tho present seems an opportune mo
ment In which to prcaont these details suc
cinctly, so that the public may form soma
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "how it is
dona" In The Bulletin Printing
IN THE REAR
of the main building are located tbe Nows
Composing, Job and Stoam Press Rooms,
THE C0MP08INO ROOM,
In which many hands are employed "at
case" and "on tho forms," Is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains an immense amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo have lately added
now type, and stands of tbe latest patterns
TUX JOB ROOM
is furnished with tho very best material
all the latest styles of Job Printing type,
borders, etc. "We have in use THREE
hunched tonts of type, andour facilities
for printing all kinds of large Posters and
all other kinds of Job Printing from tbe
elaborate circular of many colors, to a
cent ballad, both in reipect of style and in
price, are unequaled by any office in
Soutbern or Central Illinois. To this
largo stock, new patterns are' constantly
being added. Six skilled mechanics are
employed in this department, also un
der tho immcdiato supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanica Job Printer whoso good tasto
and skill havo given him an enviable rep
utation In bis trade.
IX THE BOOK DEPARTMENT
wo are prepared to print books of a thous
and pages or pamphlets of two, in type
of any size, at prices in competition with
those of the larger cities of the East and
THE PRESS ROOM,
Is in charge of Mr. L. Cassctt, a thorough
and oxpericaced workman. Here may be
seon our nsw Four-Roller Cottre'.l
and Baiicock Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost whero it stands $4,000 a press
superior Jo the celebrated Hoe press, and
on which tho finest printing can bo done ;
alio, our half-medium Universal Press,
which Is, wo have no hesitation in saving,
tho best bed and platen press manufac
tured in this or any other country. "Wo
have also in constant uso tho Gordon And
Degcncr presses, all driven by a
TEN HORSEPOWER ENGINE,
built especially for The Bulletin, by
Messrs, Reed & Mann, and which has
given ut unqualified satisfaction. It is
jutt the thing a thing of beauty and
works like n charm. To tho building of
this engine Mr. Mann, who bus grown
gray in bis business nnd knows ull ubout
it, gave his special attention, and wo have
to thank him for a job wo have tested and
not found wanting in any particular.
Tbe Boiler, Engina nnd Shafting were
put in place, and all the machinery of tbo
Press Room arranged and fitted up by
Messrs, Rennio & Co., tho work being
done under tho supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whose skill and industry wo are
under many obligations.
In this department Mr. I. C. Hueli, lato
of St. Louis Mo., Is the superintendent.
Ho is a thorough master of bis business,
and, wo venture to say has no superior in
the United States. If any doubt tha as
sertion, wo recommend tbcm to pay tho
bindery a visit, and they wll. bo shown
specimens of hand gilt work for covers of
books, etc., of great beauty and olaborate
design, from tho medival style to that of
the most modern. It need, thoroforo, bo
hardly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish and durabil
ity cannot be excelled, and tho prices
cannot bo competed with.
Tho machinery Is all of tho vory bost
description, amongst which are a Ruling
machine, a Ilickock standing press, a
Hoole Paging machine, a span new
Hrom & Carter card cutter, costing $250,
Tnblo shears, and a complete set of finish
ing tools. All work warrantod, of what
ever kind. Pursons huving magazines,
to bo bound, old books rebound, or gildiug
in leather etc., etc., should bring thorn on
immediately beforo tho Fall rush.
We havo built up in Cairo, from a
very small beginning, a Printing Estab
lishment and Book Bindery comploto in
ull their dotails, an estublisment in which
every Egyptian should take a prido. "We
ask no bonas to maintain us but wo
do ask that our people will givo to us a
liberal patronage. We can d work at as
low flguros and as well as similar work
cun be done in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, and wo therofore ask that our
homo people shall patrolze The Bulle
tin in preferenco to printing offices in the
cities wo have named.
Cabtoria Is a scientific vegetable prep
arntlon; a porfect substitute for and more
effective than Castor Oil, and is pleasant
to take. It cleanses tho system in a most
remarkable, manner; does not distress or
gripo, but operates when nil other reme
dies have failed. It is certain to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
ull other Purgative and exciting medicines
The Castorla contains neither Minerals
Morphino nor Alcohol. By Its omolient
soothing effect, it assimilates tho food and
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and teething children
It cures Stomach Ache, "Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills
Worms, Mako your druggist send for It ;
ho will always koop it, as evory family
must havo it. It costsbut thirty-five cents
a. bottle C28w4t
A Proof. Nothing is hotter proof of
tbo oxcolleuctt of an article than tho Se
quent Imitations of it.
Theso counterfoltos are the universal
tribute which worthlessness pays to marlt.
ho sterling worth and popularity of the
Tartar Oak Stove Is attested by this
u lard. J27d4wlt
St; Louis Advertsements.
D. C. JACCARD 4 CO'S II
Ivstrated Prlci List and
and D. C. Jaccard k Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, 4c.
When In St. Louit you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH St., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
w-WatchM, Cfaks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail promptly alien
S AF ES.
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
, 17 South Canal Street, Cblcogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER OTH, 1872.
"Full course, two term six months each.
Students admitted to tbe Senior Clasi on ex
amination bv annllcation on or before Octo
bcr Oth, 1872. Tuition fee, (80 first year ; $00
second year, Including use of library. For
particulars address, G. M. STEART,
Dean of Faculty, or
Provost Law Department,
7-0-d&w 1 m. St. Louis, Mo.
ESTABLISHED IN 1M
Incorporated by au act of the State
Legislature in 1832, It has experienced unin
terrupted success, and continues to offer the
student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Ever' candidate for admission not person
ally acquainted with some one of the Fac
ulty mutt produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletin arc tcnt three times a year to the
parcnU or guardians of tho students, to In
form them of the conduct, health and
improvement of their Konn or wards. An
experienced nhvsiclan daily visits the insti
tution, and the greatest care and attention
are i;io eu on me eicK.
Board and tuition, pereestlon, ten months,
The next (teflon begins September 2d,
Payments must be made quarterly, or
scmi-annuauy, in auvance. catalogues con
taining instructions to parent, and full par
ticulars, will bo sent free on application to
Rkv. J. G. Zealand, S. J.,
President St. Louis University. St. Louis,
MeCUKMICK ek LYON. AsrsnsU.
to hell the parlor steel enoravino
"christ weeping over jerusalem,"
From His Cms. EasTLSKt'a celebrated Eogtiah
painting, aaj bf America's best engraver. All
who see it want it et once. Auplyto VALLET
I'UBLISUI.NU COMPANY, Bt, Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
By T S. ARTHUR, tbe author ot the world.
lainous rooa, " jen .-Mima in a usr-room."
" Tnsai Yeas in a Max I'eir," Is the crowning
work of the author's lite, anl old Agents say tbey
never knew a book to sell like It. One agent sold
81 copies In three day.; another 20 In half a day.
Ucautitully bound and illustrated. Extra terms
to asenla. Apply to K. A. HUTCHINSON Ac CO.,
S 2 N. Slith Hi., St. Loula. Mn.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BOOT AND SHOE (STORE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, niar Atbencum.
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,
Which tbey sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Tliny are alao prepared to mpply Ladies and
Qentlemeo with the BEST OF BliUi' WORK, at
qures that defy eomoeililon. 4-Kil
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Fitter's ana Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, globe and angle valves, stop
cocks, ohvck valves, etc.
uso aaisi roa
THlta Brotaera Pataat 11 ry Gaa Meter
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatic. Watel
ludlcator and ttupply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVXNU
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Green, 'I
William B Gilbert, V CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Miles F.OIlaert, J
awapeoia. attention given to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, BOOMS 7 AND 8 OT1I
CITY NATIONAL BAMS.
tLLEN, MULK.EY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
John H. Mulksy,
sF-Partlcular atteatloa paid ta river aad ad
OFFICE Over First Natio at Bak, Ohio Lava.
Our Homo Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES.
It cooks quickly and more thoroughly with leas
firelbanany other way.
Food cooked the nld way loses one-third of Its
weight, cooked in thla steam vessel, it only loses
me eighth. The savings id this wsy will soon
pay Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT BE BURNED.
It will BOIL,
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 meaner
has a better Savor, and la easier digested than
when cooked lo the old way,
NO FEAR OF DYSrEFSIA.
It makes a first clasi Cook out of a poor one,
and a good cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It is the onlr utensil In use thil is warranted
nottoUUR.N RICE IN C' JOKING, under any cir
cumstance. Agents make more money selling
this vessel, than any article In use, tor every In.
leiiigem noueeKecper in ine country warns one,
ANY ONE W1SUINO TO BUY RIQHT8 OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
8-ttfdAw Thornton's Hlock, 10th at., Cairo, 111
(Successor to P. Hsup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington avenue and Poplar street
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Di BEXrORD, .... Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Levee & Szcond St.
i(i tjooveyed to and from tbe Depot free
1 1 i dectt
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L ABO EST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Coraar orNlae.eath at rest aad Con.
C. O. PATEE
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Olasi
of every descrlpilon.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. alar Orders from all parts of the coun
inp..lT attended o 6-31 d Aw 3m
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pattys Baaalac, Gaaollaa,
Aad tha celebrated illuminating
BROStV BUILDIN9, CCf ilTH-OT. COM
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIF. ONLY RELIABLE OUT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY !
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE OIFTS
To be distributed in
Xi. X. SIXTH'S
167th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, September Oth, I "72.
One Grand Capital of
5,000 IILST GOLD I
Two Prizes $1,000 3
Two Prizes 600 g. i GREENBACKS
Five Prizes 100
One Family Carriage and Matched lloraes wlili
Silter-Mounled Harncaa, worth f l,Mn.
One Horse and Buggy with Silver-Mounted Har
ness, worth icon
One fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth 1S00.
Five family sewing msobines, worth f liweach.
760 gold and silver lever hunting watihes, worth
from t A) totJuOeach. Ladl.s gold leotlne chains,
geat'a gol I vest chains, solid and double Spieled
silver uble and tesoone photograph albjms,
, , . Jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of gllia, o.ouu. Tickets limited to
Agents wanted to tell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
Hcgie tickets ono dollar) alx tickets five dol
lars! twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-live
Clriulars containing a full list of prises, a de
scription of the manner ot drawing, and other
information In reference 10 tho distribution, III
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must bo addressed to L. D. BINE, Box, 84,
101 Weatolh it.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class H, ro be Drawn Aug. 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prise of......t50,noo
1 of. 13,460
1 " or.. lo.ofio
1 " of. ...... 7,6JU
4 " of..... t,u:
4 " ot .. 2,600
ai " of. . 1,000
20 " of. Ml
to " of. 640
Tickets $10; Half
UiO Prizes of. 1 lnu
9 " of Low
u " or......... 600
" Of....... 3IJ
9 of. 260
30 " of '.-ui
3i " of 160
IW " of. ICO
800 " of 10
Tickets. $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Btate, are
always drawn at the time named, and ail draw
ings are under the supervision nt sworn com-tnUsionere.
The official drawing will be published in the
ft. Loul papers and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme tbe laat day of
eyf-ry momn iiuring ine ynar iij-j.
Remit at our risk by postnffice money order.
registered leuer, uran or express, renu mr or
cuVar. Address, MURRAY, MILLER 4 CO.,
I'. U. box 2146. bt. Louis, Mo.
State of Illinois. )
SpriiiKlleld. July 10. 187J.
Notice N licrrby Riven that until :i o'clock
p. m., on Monday, AtlKUt 'Mh, 187'.!, scaled
proposal will bo received at the office of tho
secretary of State, In the city of Springfield,
Torthe execution of the several classes of
printing, as hereinafter npcclllcd, i-ald print
Ing to be let In separate contract for each
class, for tho term of two years front and uf
tcr tho first Monday of November. 1872.
The First Clams to comprise) the printing
of all bills for tho two Houses or the General
Assembly, together with hitch resolution
and other matter us may be ordered by the
two Homes, or cither of them, to be printed
In bill form.
The Second Cuss to comprise the print
itigj ol the Journalt of tho Senate and House
The Third Clash to comnria tho nrint-
ing of all reports, communications or other
uocumcnisorucreii uy me uenerai Assemoiy,
or either branch thereof, or by tbe Execu
tive Departments of tho State Government,
10 tie prime a in patnpiuei or uook torm, to
gether with the volume of public ilocu
The Fourth Class to comprise the
nrintiiiL' of the law and lolnt resolutions,
The fifth Class to comprUo the print
ing of all blanks, circulars, cards or other
work necessary ror tne use or the Executive
Department or either branch of the Gen
eral Assembly (other than such as shall be
printed in pamphlet or bill form).
Each proposal must distinctly nnd specific
ally state tho price per thotiand cms for the
composition of all matter embraced In the
proposals for any or ull of such classes of
printing tho price per one hundred impres
sions for all proswork embraced In the Urt,
second, third and fourth classes, and tho
price per twcnty-tlvo impressions for tho
presswork contained In the tilth class, at
which the bidder will do the work embraced
In the class or classes of printing' covered by
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond, executed iu due form by the bidder,
with at least two good and sunk-lent sureties,
to bo approved bv tho Governor before the
same is uieu, 111 me enm sum ui leu uiou
sand dollars, conditioned lor the faithful
performance, pursuant to "An act to provide
lor ami regulate the execution of the public
printing." approved April Uth, 1872, and In
force July 1st. 1872. of such class or classes
of the State nrlntltig as mav be awarded to
him ; and also for the, payment, as llatildated
damages, by such bidder, to tho State, of
any excess of cost over tho bid or bids of
such bidder, when the Stato may bo obliged
10 pay mr sucn wortc ny reason ortne laiturn
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said proposals will nu opened nt 3 o'clock
p, m. 011 the said -Mtli dav ot AngiM, 1872,
and will then bu duly considered.
Blanks for proposals will be furiiMicd on
application to tho Secretary of Slate.
EDWARD RUMMK1., Secretary of Slate.
CHAS. K. LIPl'INCOTT, Auditor P. A.
Elt ASTUS N. BATES. State Treasurer.
JulySOdiw C'ommls'r Public Printing.
WANTED, AGENTS I
1100 to 1250 per month, everywhere, male and
female, lo Introduce the the latest Improved,
most simple and per"eet BHUTTLK S&vTINU
MACHINK ever luvented. We uhaltensa the
woild to compete tllhtt. Price only l 00, and
fully warranted for live years, making tne
Elastic Lock Hiltch, alike nn both sides. The
same aa all His high priced ahutUe
machines. Also. tbe ceUbraled eod
latest COMMON HF.NSE FAMILY HKWINO MA
CHINK. Price only I4 DO, aad fully warranted
lor Ave vaar. These machines will stitch, hem,
fall, lMk, aaH4,eor1, Mad. bralfaad embroider
h a maeS superior suaaaer. And are . arras ted
si worst sstaa earn mws ssa ".;'
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
Eighty Mile the Bheirtejat Bsst)
A J At. I t
TO ST. LOXJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO, TO
ST. LOUIS OR CBLldAQO.
Li Am Bill
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis. Toledo,
Jf '"'. CleveUnd, NlagstiV VMs,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tort.
Boston and all points east.
Slilwaukle, Janesvllle, Madl.on,
Lacrosse, Bt. Paul and all points north.,
ihis Is also the only direct route to
Iwh?'' "loomlngtOD, gprfnUteld,''
ui' . Qalnoy, Keokuk,
llurlington, lt.:k island, L Halle
lV' K'l0"' Freport.
Ualena, Dubnqne, float ulty,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplng Car
On all Night Trains.
Bafgsge Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickela and Information, apply to I. C. R.R.
depot st airo; on board tne tranait steamer be
tweeu Columbi.s aud Cairo, nnd at tne principd
railrna I ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOIINsON, Utn'l rass. Ag't, Chlcaao.
A. Mitchsll, Gen'l. Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND I.LLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1972,
trains will run as follows:
TSAINI OOIS0 SOI'THIAIV.
Leave Vlrslnla 40 a. m.......l:3S p.m.
BprlngAeld. l:0 ' 3:00
,' Taylorville 10 & 6.6
Arrive at Pene. 11.40 " . 6.1T "
tsaiss aoiso sosTHwisr.
Leave Pans 4.m a. m, 3.0 a. m.
" Taylorvill. 4.40 " ..4.6 "
Arrive at 8prmgflelJ.e.J1 " ......i...6J '
Lere HpnnsHeld- .6 " o.lu "
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " 8.15 "
TSAISS OOISO aal'TUSAST,
Leave Edgwood 5.30 a.m.. .10.10 p, m
' Flora .'8.5 ' 11.40 '
Arrive at Shawneet'n .3J " 5 16
FOR SALE, For Bale r FOR SALE,
1 KcrBalel '
OR SALE, j ForBaielFOR'BALE.
Fare from LiVERrooL,
Faro from Londonderry
Fare from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $4820
dartord. Horns A Ca
Liverpool New-York and Philadelphia
I'xota cosTaacr with vsitid mvss aia aarrtja
Cor Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaiuia isroaaivioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
16 Broadway, New-York, or to
Washlnston Avenue, Cairn. noia. 51
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GATES, Proprietor.
106 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Heal brand of Callfr UCIgaraJust recelvU,
HI LLIARD saloon ftirnlshcd with tho best
oftable ; and bur supplied with wines, liquors
nnd cigar of the tlncst brands.
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Lcveo,
Between Ninth anil Tenth Streets,
S A M W ILb'ON,
Dlllll 1 M
j BOAT STOEEj
Ohi Lev3e Cairo, III.
nanias raosirrLr rutin
Beat in the United Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, I X L Freescrs, oils and t-poege Halts,
Cages, Brass, Coiiper and Knamrlled Ware, Ilrlt
ania and planished Ware, Japanned Ware of
every description, and a a general assortment uf
Among others 1 keep the justly celebrated
It is uaeless to mention their superior emailtUa
as they speak lor themselves throaehaut tka
I manufacture every ttlaa la Tta, thtsH Iroa. sa4
Copper Ware out ot ri hLTmZtmZt: aad
hae do hsallattoa la attttaa IkaA 1 suva a targer
sa'l spora cospleU aasorsiietss mt Mwtsa mm-
t) nru, wan caa mm mbjm IB UleaHf.
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