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Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with the newly invented
erleaere Pateat aa!irlBC TaUi,
An Invention having a most Important bearing on the
future reputation of Heed Instruments, by muoi ol
whloh the quantity., of volume of too la very largely
tnorawaa, and lb quality ol ton retdered.
Equal to that of too bMt Pipe' Organ of the
Our celebrate 1 "Vox Celeste" "Louis Patent,'
mVa Uitmbiil Wlto Piunl'1 OntAvn entnnlat
'The charming "Cello," or "Clarlnit" stops, and.
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained only in theae Organi.
EVERT INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Mlfttifactured at Nob. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
TtflKy-fleia d lasts at atria for the Parlor and the church : New and elegant designs ; The be
a- " -watartal d woramanthlpi Quality and volume of lone uneqaoled.
Prices, $60 to $500.
AOENT8 WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS k OLOUGII ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
HMILIA 8IMILIBU8 CUBANTUR
aaar a M, or painful periods.
AVE arered, from the moat ample exper
ience, as smrw iwceui nimpis rrorapv
leat and Mailable. Thar ara the onlv medi-
laae aerfaetlv lasted to Donular use so aim.
I ( laal mlataJiweaaaAt be made la ualnc them;
i harmless a to be free from danger, and ao
a Aelaetaa to be alwaya reliable. They hare rals
i Una hijcheel commendation! from all, and will
i ways render eatlafaotlon.
. oa. Centi.
I, Cures Favars, congestion, Inseminations. M
Wavwaak. worm rarer, worm colc..2S
C7rsaaj.eo1ie or teething otinfantH
Irrlseaa. of children and adulta.25
Bjraeatery. griping. bdlous colic iJ
CTMletarrnornue, vomiting ...1'
lleeir lata, tosjlhaehe, faeeaehe V
lee. aick headache, eertlgoas
Dillons a torn acne- x
cooth. difficult Lrethin2J
KaHstfcaesaa, Eryeipetaa, Eruptions'
aaessals rheumatic pains ..1S
reveraeMl Aerae, chill later, egunsAO
Pllae, btlnd or bleeding to
aM klraay, and eore or weak eye.CS
fjeHaTts, acae or chronic, InflueosaJO
Wke)VMar-)jyk.r lolent ceagruM
Aslfcaaa, oppressed breathing 50
Bar laa Barges), impaired hearings
siolailaialsisi Isjsn li. swellings
r. physical week-w
iyaad scanty Secreliona......ou
akuaaaa.aiekaeae from ridlneSO
Uan-llHtM. Orarel- 50
evvaaa aoaHIy, , seminal erals.
f.iaa.tarolnnlarv dlecLarce......l 00
FlveyjSaaes.wlth one 12 rial of powder
SeHeae. with spasms to
VK.tLchAjira of lif 1 00
laerta, ulcerated aore thruai 60
airvjMaeifWiui vu i.iim ui puw
eery eecaeaary la serioae cases t
are ataejtjh, eaakar---.
Piliaiay W aaa-a mi. vetting led
(illlteH larae vlaia, aaeraece
raeweel eSaa. eeatalalaira
anaetae Mr everr areuaary w-
eaatmeatly:i eaJM (,
nailer raaaUy aad Travella ea e
jjto a rlala... ....-'r
from 110 to tU
rom 3 ta M
Rnaalaelar all rrtwata HI
both for C'artaw aad ror Pravea.
live ireaimeni, inriaia ana pocaei
as a ww
Cnree Burns, Brultea, Lameoa, Sorenaa,Sore
1 iroat, Bpraina, T"olhache, Earache, Neuralgia,
i nenaiatiim, Lumbago, Piles, Rolls, tinr,bore
L.ra, Bice ling nf the Langa, Nose, Btomach, or
cl riiea, Coma, Ulcers, Old Horn.
I'rlce.los., 60 rt. ;' Pints, II an; quarts, ft 75.
ear iheee ramediea, except Pond's Kxtract, by
fli'caaaer slagla oox, are taut to any part of the
euatry, by mail or express, free ut charge, on
. ,-elpt of the price.
HOHEOPATOIO MEDICINE CO.
0 Sea aad Depot, No. M Broadway, New.Ynrk.
FOR BALE BY P. (I. SCHUU, CAIRO, Ills,
ORNAMENTAL IBON WORKS
ROIKBTWOOD, Tn09.8. ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD cV CO.
1.1J4 Ridge Arenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-WATER ULI E3-
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
1RBORS, CUAIK8, BETl'EES, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WROUOHT-IRON RAILING for
!ti not of Hoaca and Cemeteries. Nerer before
''ASt'aND WROUOHT-IRON RAILINGS for
V. hlia.tlaildlage aad Bauaree, Cemetery Lots,
, av I Garden Fanues, llalcoDlea, Roof Crestiigs,
m great variety of Patterne.
RUN STAIRS. Bplral and straight, ol various
,) Miams aad ptyles. Bpaclal attention given this
' Ia5pWP03TB, for FronUof Publlo BulMlngi,
UB tela, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
TBLE FITTIN09. of Caatand Wrooghl;Iron,
si: New Improved Btylei. auch aa Hay Racka,
m .11 Dtviateaa; Maagera, llarness Brackets, Out
.. Trapa, Veatilaiore, c.
AVIREWORK of every deaerlptlon. Wire
C iarda of Crimped Wlre,Oalreulied fr Painted,
a. "lain or Oraaraeatat Fatteroa, for Store Doora
at Windows, rantory aad Warehouse Windows,
iliags for OHU.se. Banks. Counter Railings,
Ui looilea, Lawn nd Farm Kencea, an., Ac.
KATES for enlranoe to Ometerles. Publl"
e'laree ad Oentlemefl's Countiy.Beata, of Oaa
Tubing or Wrought-lron, both aicgle and uouble.
la .-leaarata aaaalmpla dealgua,
DRINKINO FOUNTAINS, lor street uaea. A
Very lare assortment of designs oxpre-sly ror
t'AT-IRON URINAL BOXES, for public parka
1 1 VAL V AHBMUUst styles, centennial pattern.
MTCHINO POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Bam bo and
ataln designs. 4-fteod'Bm.
ABE YOU GOING WEST?
Jf ao, take our advioe and purchase your tickets
av.-rti old reliable and popular Mitsocai Pa.
aaric Ratiaosp. which la positively the only line
ra unlng three dally express traina from St. Louis
te Kansas City and the weatt'aud la ponlllrely
thn only ins which runs Pullman pala-e aleeiere
a l fine day coaehee, especially for morers,
,ZA with Miller's ralety idatform. and the
Kwnrateam 'brake. From . Louie to Kanaaa
trr Ft. scol, lwrence, Learenworth, Atchl
aan, Bt Jeeeph, Nebraska City, Oouncfl Blufls
"Jizl tJ. ita... lia,etaiai t BVts IrifnT mat Inn In
JTnajd to time taftea, rafea. Jus., to any point In
M'soer. Nebraska. Bansaa, uoiorp.iuwjn
l,fornla.call upva or adiUaaaB. H. Thomson,
SCTlioirl rVelao . R. Oolumbos, Ohio , j or.
B. A. Flint i weaerai ras "' a'i 1
ffr trouble lo'Anawer qneatlnna --wI
BATOHELOB'S HAIB DYE.
-tCnia aunerb hair dye te the besllq the world
a,tl warfrlrfllabie aad iMtaaiawMM.
, eetbeir dve. Bold taU aria
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Our Home Advertisers.
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Car. Waaalagtaa Av. aaa ElBath Rt.,
FULLY O I 3 3ST OSJ U .
Where wo will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND MIRSERT APPLIANCES, Ac,
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FEUIT SYRUPS
Can not bo excelled, We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATEBS.
Also, a choice lot of Cigars, ot extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive capocial attention and care,
being at all hours in charge of competent
and careful parties. Prescription! carefully
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
raaUaaeei evary merest m-, M
BULLETIN PRINTING HOUSE.
On ta varat occasions, men lion has boon
made In theie columns of This Bulletin,
of Improvements made from tlmo to tlmo,
in Tub Bulletin offlco, but no connected
detail, havo bcon given of tho various de
partments and tho material which consti
tutes tho complete establishment.
The preienl seems an opportune mo
ment In which to present these details suc
cinctly, io that tho public may form somo
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "How It It
dono" in The Bulletin Printing
IN THE REAR
of the main building aro located tfco Now
Composing, Job and Steam Preis Rooms.
THE C0MP0S1KO ROOM,
in which many hands aro cmployod "at
caso " and 11 on the forms," Is snug and
noat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains an Immonso amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo have lately added
new typo, and stands of tho latest patterns
TUB JOB ROOM
is furnished with the very best material
all the latcit styles of Job Printing type,
borders, etc. We have In uso TUKBE
hundred fonts of typo, andour facilities
for printing all kinds of largo Poitors and
nil other kinds of Job Printing from the
olaborato circular of many colors, to a
cent ballad, both in rorpoct of style and in
price, are unequaled by any office in
Southern or Central Illinois. To this
lurgo stock, new patterns aro constantly
being added. Six skilled mechanics aro
uniployod in this department, also un
der tbo immcdittto supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanica Job Printer whoso good taste
and skill have given him an enviablo rep
utation In his trade.
in the book department
wo aro prepared to print books of a thous
and pages or pamphlets of two, in typo
of any size, at prices in, competition with
tboie of the larger cities of tbo East and
THX PRESS ROOM,
is in charge of Mr. L. Casiett, a thorough
and experienced workman. Here may be
seen our new Four-Roller Cottre'.l
and lUncocK Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost where it stands $1,000 a preis
superior to tho celebrated Hoe press, and
on which the llnoit printing can bo done ;
alio, our balf-mcdium Universal Pbess,
which is, wo have no hesitation in saying,
tbo beat bed and platen press manufac
tured in this oranyother country. We
have alio in constant use the Gordon and
Degencr presses, all driven by a
TEN HOME POWER ENOINE,
built especially for The Bulletin, by
Messrs. Reed & Mann, and which has
given ut unqualified satltfaction. It is
jiuf .the thing a thing of beauty and
works liko n charm. To tho building of
this engino Mr. Mann, who has grown
gray in bis business and knows all about
it, gave bis special attention, and wo have
to thank him for a job we have tosted and
not found wanting in any particular.
Tbo Boiler, Engine and Shafting were
put in place, and all the machinery of tho
Press Room arranged and fitted up by
Meiirs. Ronnio & Co.. the work being
dono under tho supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whoie skill and industry wo are
under many obligations.
In tbii department Mr. I. C. Huels, lato
of St. Louis Mo., is tho superintendent.
He is a thorough master of his business,
and, wo venturo to say has no superior in
tbo United States. It any doubt tho as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay tho
bindery a visit, and they wil. bo shown
specimens of hnnd gilt work for covors .of
books, etc., of great beauty and elaborate
design, from the medival style to that of
the most modern. It need, thereforo, be
hatdly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish and durabil
ity cannot bo excelled, and the pricos
cannot bo competed with.
The machinery is all of tho very best
description, amongst which aro a Ruling
machine, n Hickock standing press, a
Iloolo raging machine, a span now
Ilrora & Carter card cuttor, costing $260,
Table slieurj, and a complete set of finish
ing tools. All work warranted, of what
ever ktnJ. Persons having magaxines,
to bo bound, old books rebound, or gildiug
In leather etc., etc., should bring them on
immediately before tho Fall rush.
Wo havo built up in Cairo, from a
very small beginning, a Printing Estab
lishment and Book Bindery complete in
all their details, an establisment in which
every Egyptian should take a prido. "Wo
ask no bonus to maintain us but wo
do aik that our peoplo will clvo to us a
liberal patronace. Wo can de wotk at as
low figures and as well as similar work
can be dono in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, and .we thereforo ask that our
homo people shall patrolze The Bulle
tin in preferonco to printing offices in tbo
cities wo havo named.
THE FUR TRADE.
H. LETT a CO. FAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
Below will be found the corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy 6V Co., for
niucs, lure, toatuors, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Lovy & Oo. do a very large trado in their
lino, and It is a woll known fact that thev
always pay the highest prices to be ob
tained in this market. Ihey are now
Mink $3 00 a 2 35
HousoCat , 10 a 15
Mu.k Rat 15
Otter 6 00 a 7 00
Bear Skins 2 Oo a 0 00
lliever, per pound 60 a 76
HIDES, PER POUND!
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
noMWar tl II
The above price list Is subjected to cor
181 a 2l
9 ft 12)
60 a 86
60 a 70
From the Celebrated Composer and Musical
Professor, A. J. vanaermccr. urgantai or
Jefferson Avenue, Presbyterian (Dr. Ho
SIMMONS CLOCOH ORGAN CO.
Gentlemen : .It affords mo great plea
sure to give my testimony in praise of
your lately improved instruments. They
possess, in aremarkablo degree, both power
and swoetness and also an excellent touch,
three most essential elements in Instru
ments of this clan, and Judging from the
completeness of all your work, they can
not fall to bo very durable. They aro not
surpassed by any make In the Union.
Yours, very rospcctfully,
' A. J. Vandermeer.
(From the "Huron County News.")
"These (Cabinet) Organs aro excelled
by none, their quality and volumo of tono
being equal to that of any simlllar Instru
"The Style 26 you sent ts rAe But Or
gan 1 ever touched. It is atSaranac, and
Is The Organ of Ionia Cbuny.,'--From
Prof. M. F. Jones, Grand Rapids, Mich.
(From the Duluth (Minn.) " Weekly Demo-
"Wo have recently purchased one of.
the Simmons & Clough's, Dotroit, Parlor
Organs, and after having hoard It played
upon by an accomplished performer, do
not httilate to pronounce it one of the bett
Inttrumentt of the kind wo ever listened
" A valuable Invention that I havo teen
and tried and can recommend.
"Horace W. Coon,
Gonoral Dealer in Pianos, Organs, etc.,
Syracuse, N. Y."
(From the "Detroit Union.")
"Not only almott but altogether the
mo t desirable article of tbo kind now in
use. Not only fully equal but in many
renpectt excel, those sent hero by Eastern
(From tho " Wyandotte (Mich.) Enterprise.")
"Sinco tbo year 1850, tho Dotroit firm
of SlmmoDF & Clough have established for
themselves a fame second to none for ex
cellency of manufacture combined witn mo
deration in price."
"Simmons & Clough of our city have
applied tbo "Scribner Patent Qualifying
Tubes" to their Organs. It is said to bo
one of tho greatest improvements sicco
the Invention ef this beautiful household
instrument." Detroit " Com. Advertiser."
(From the " Ontario Banner.")
The Combination Organs will,
many instances, take the place of Pipe Or
gans, while thoy will, without doubt, drivo
the ordinary Molodeons and Cabinot Or
gans completely out of the market."
Ten Becauses. A hundred reason
might bo given why Lyon's Kathairon
should be used by every intelligent human
being in preference to any otber prepara
tion for the bair, but ten will suffice.
Here they are: Becauso it nourishes the
fibers, multiplies them and makes them
grow; because it prevents them from
withering and bleaching; because it ro
moves the scurf and dandruff which chokes
them as tares choke tho golden grain ; be
cause it keeps tho scalp cool and prevents
eruptions; because it rendors the bair as
lustrous as satin; because it makes it pli
ant and elastic; because it is a fragrant
and delightful dresring; because it docs
not soil the pillow, tbo cap or tbo hat ; be
cause it is without a rival in cheapness,
and bcciiuie no other article sold for the
same purpose, in this or any other coun
try, possesiei all, or even one-half, of
these invaluablo properties.
Louis Blatau'b saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon very handiomely fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it is a pleasure to whllo
away a spare hour there. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
winei, and with the best of Fresh Lager
Beer, and Weiss Beer that in dellciousonss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, frco to
patrons, is spread everyday, and an article
of Swcitzer Choese, tho bost in the market,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau invites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, botwesn Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Levee, opposite the Perry House, in
Rizer's building. 7-2. d tf
George, the barber, whoso main shop
is on Commercial avenue, between Eight
eenth and Nineteenth street, has opened
a branch barbor shop on Washington
avenuo, opposito the court houso. Ho is a
smooth shave, a good shampooer, a good
Joker, has a fine lot of toilet articles, clean
towels, cuts hair in the latest stylo, keeps
sharp razors and scissors, and a clear
conscience. Go and lean back in that
olegant barber chair and try him.
Fred Theobald has opened a branch
barber shop, in Blankonburg's building
corner of Washington avenuo and Four
teenth stroet, convenient to tho post-office.
He has furnished it in good stylo, and will
personally superintend it. Those desir
ing an easy shave, or hair dressed, are ad
vised to call at Fred's now shop. It is
Mr. Thoobald's intention to continue his
down town shop as usual, and whllo ho is
absent at tho post-office barber shop, the
Sixth street shop will bo under tbe charge
ot Gus Hime; 7-18tf.
Dan, Hartman has received one of tbo
largest stocks of Fruit Jars ever beforo
brought to Cairo, and Is desirous of dosing
it out without delay. Ho therefore offors
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-soalors,
quarts at $2.00 per dozen; glasswlro tops,
quarts, at $1.26 per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozen, These are tbe cheapest
prices in tho market. tf.
Prof, Kruger will lecture, August
Otb, at the German school house, on the
"Future of tbe American Schools." Tbe
professor is an erudite gentleman, and
will, no doubt, handle bis subject with
skill and eloquence. We hope he may
have tbe pleasure of speaking to a large
audlunco. The lecture will bo in English
rithd we have no doubt that those who at
tend will be well repaid.
Go to tbe Thalia for the test Weiss
beer in town Mldtf
Skirt, Bosom and Bread Boards, at A
St. Louis Advcrtscmcnts.
D. C. JACCARD & CO S II
luitraterj Price List and
Catalogue of Wattham.How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, 6c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nHlcent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
rocf-Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
. Ordcra by mail promp'ly atten
S AF ES.
MARVIN'S ABE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTEU
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
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEit Oth, 1872.
"Full course, two term nix month each.
Students admitted to the Senior Clai on ex
amination by umillcntion on or before Oetn
bcr 6th, 1872. Tuition fee, 80 llnst year; )0
second year, including uc of llbrarv. For
particulars address, O. M. STEART,
Dean of Faculty, or
Provost Lnw Department,
"O-d&tv 1 in. St. Louis, Mo.
ESTADLIMIIED IS 1839
BY members of the Society of Jesus, and
incorporated by an act of the State
Legislature In 1832, It lias experienced unin
terrupted success, and continues to oiler tho
student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate for admission not person
ally acquainted with somo one of tho Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonials or
good moral character.
Bulletins are sent three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to In
form them of Uie conduct, health and
lmnrovcracnt of their sons or wards. An
experienced physician daily visits tbe insti
tution, and the greatest care and attention
are Desioweu on me sick.
Board and tuition, perscssion, ten months,
The next session begins September 2d,
Payments must bo made quarterly, or
acmi-annuaiiy, in auvance. catalogues con
taining instructions to parents, and lull par
ticulars, will be sent free on application to
Uev. J. G. Zealand, S. J.,
Prcsidcut St. Louis University, St. Louis,
MeCOUMICK 4c 1.VON, AtfOnta.
TO SELL THE PARLOR STEEL ENORAVINO
"CHRIST WEEPING OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Hie Cuts. EiTt.Kt's o-lefrnte I English
paintlnic, aad by A'ueiica'a best ena:rarr. U
who see It want it nt onre. Apply to VALLEY
publisiii.no company, st, Lom, m.
AGENTS WANTED FOB
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
Br T 8. ARTHUR, tho author ol tho world-
amous iook, 'Ten Nlfhls in a Barroom."
" l'na Yraas m a Man fair," Isthocrowiilnir
woikdi me sum rs me, nnnoin AKrnis sny iney
nerer knew a book to hell like it. One agent s"ld
Bl'oiplPs in three days; sloUit 10 In baifa day.
Beautifully hound ami illustrated. Kiln terms
lo Bgenls. Apply io K. A. hUtCIIINbON Ic Co.,
S2N Sixth '!., fit. Louis. St .
Our Home Advertisers.
BOOT AND ftllOE HTOItE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Athonoum.
Keep on hnnd a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiterh and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at tbe
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Thuy are al.o prepared to tupply Ladies and
Of ntle mcD with the UK-JT OK bHOi' WOltli, at
gnrei that defy competition.
II. T. QEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and I'lumber'a material, Wood
pumps, globe and angle valrss, stop
cocks, check ralres,ele,
ALSO 4UCIT rOB
Talta Brotbera 1'atent Us-jrtlna Meier
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatic Wate?
Indicator and Supply Valre for steam boilers.
winter's BLOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVRNU
GBEEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Green, 'i
William U Gilbert, V CAIRO, 1LMNOIH,
Miles F, Gilbert, j
aarBpeoia. attention glvea to Admiralty and
ornox onio LEvaa, rooms 7 and 6ote
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
LLEN, MULK.EY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
!v! CAIRO,' ILLINOIS.
William J. Alle'n,
eJVUle Us MUllfTi
snrpartlealar atteatloa ftui to river aad ad.
ornOB-orer First taiicaltBk, Okie Levee
Our Home Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVKRY FAMILY.
SOME OK ITS ADVANTAGES.
It cooks quickly ami more tlioroiiiihly with lesi
flrelhao any other way.
Food cooked the old wayloes one-third nf its
weight, cooked In this rttnm resst 1, it only Ices
me eighth. The sayings in this uay will toon
pay its cost.
FOOD CANNOT BK BURNED.
It Will BOIL,
II KOI L,
more perfectly than any ulensil used fur either
purpose now m use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat slewed, boiled or broiled In this msnner
I. a. a hotter flaror, ami is easier digested than
whea cooked In the old way,
NO TEAR OV DYSFEl'SIA.
It makes a first clftt Conk, out of a poor one,
and aKood cook Letter than before.
ALL WHO TUY IT BUY IT1
It la the only utenil In ue that la warranted
not to BUR tttUE IN C lOKING.underanr cir
cumstance. Agents make more money selling
this ressel, than any article In use, tor erery in-
iciugem nourKfeper in me couniry wania one,
ANY ONE WISHING TO 11UY RIOHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or aduress
W. J. BURNETT,
5-ftf.Uw Til' ra ton's Block, luth .t Cairn, III
(Successor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & BETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
1"2 CommcicUl Aveoue.
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
nutween Washington arenue and Poplar street
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Con. Ohio Lkvf.k & Second St.
Bga onyeyed to and irom tho Depot ftvc
GUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Btalned, Enameled, Kmhossod nmt ground lilmi
of erery description.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTION PAID TOCUURCII-WORK.
esr Orders fMtn all
lnplr attend I o
lurti of Iho m im
i.:it daw .im
PARKER iSc BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putly, Bessalne, Gaeoltar,
Aad the celebrated illuminating
BROSS' UUILDINO, CCi : lTH-ST. A CO.M
KBUCIAL A V.,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
7 ' .
Foreignf Adrrifm&nU .
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Oitr. O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT DISTRIBU
TION Iff Tn COUNTRY !
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
li- X). BUTE'S
157th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, September Dili, 1872.
One Grand Capital of
5,ooo inxr o-old i
Two Prlzos $1,000 5
Two Prlzs 000
r'lvo frizes 100
One family Carriage and Matched Horses with
oiiT:r..nuiiniei Harness, wortli 11,600.
One Uorse and lltigjy with Hllrer-Mnuoted Har
ness, worth JOWi
One fine-toned I'.usewond Piano, worth $500.
Five family sewing machines, worth tlOOench.
7Mixoliland silvor letcr hunting watches, worth
from JJO to t iu each. Ladlrs gold leotlne chalas,
goat's got I vest chains, solid and double plated
alitor table nnd teaspoons photograph albums,
.. . . Jewelry, etc., clo.
Whole number of gills, n.Mxi. Tickets limited to
In) J) H.
Agents wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will Im paid.
Mrctfl tickets nn ilnllsr I six tfoVftts Ala iIaI.
tars; twclrn tickets, ten dollars: twentr.flra
Circulars containing a foil Hit of prises, a de
scription of the manner ot drawing, and other
information In reference lo the distribution, will
be sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
mnst be addressed to L. D. MINK, Box, SO,
orrtre, Cincinnati, O.
tin west otn tt. nor.wAdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
le0ali7.ed by state authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class II, ro be Drawn Aug. 31, 1872.
G,890 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Priie nf.......vyion i cno Prliesof..,
of 13 450
NEW YORK STOBE,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IK TBI CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner mt M taeteeaia. atreel aael Caaa
0. 0. PATgCR
Tickoti, $5: Quarter
Tlckots, 52 6C
Our lotteries urn chnrtered by the State, are
always drawn st the time named, anl all draw
ings are under the superrision ot aworn com-mi-ioners.
The onVlal drawing will be published In the
.-t. Lout- psncrs and a copy sent to purchaaera
We will draw a similar scheme the last uay of
ciery month during the year 172.
' Remit nt our rl-k by pnstoftlca money order,
reg'stered letter, draft or express Jenl fur cir
cular. Addre-a, MURRAY, M1LLEH A CO.,
P. o. b.ix -II'!. at. Louis, Mo.
Statu or Illinois. )
SpriturtleM. July HI, 1872.
Not lee Is hereby given that until .'I o'clock
p. mv on Monday, August -th, 172, sealed
proposals will hu received at tho ofllce of the
Secretary of State, in the city of Snrtnctlcld.
for the execution of the several classes of
tiriiitini,', us hereinafter specified, said print
to ho let In separate contracts for each
class, for thn term ol' two years from and af
ter the ilrt Monday of November. 1872.
rut: MUST ulahh to comprise tnc printinir
of all hills for tho two Houses of the General
Assembly, together with such resolutions
anil other matters ns may bo ordered by tho
two Houses, or cither ot them, to bo printed
In bill form.
Thk Second Class to ronimise tho mint-
Isiir ol the journals of tho Senate and Houso
ol' ltcprc suntntlves.
thk i iiiitn i;i.Aas to coinnriso too nnnt-
Inof all reports, eouiimiiileutloiis or other
document ordered by tho General Assembly,
or either branch thereof, or by the Execu
tive Departments of the State Government,
to he printed In pumphlet or hook form, to
gether with tho volumes of public documents.
Tin: Fourth clams to comnrlso tho
printing of thn laws and Joint resolutions.
Thk Fifth Ci.as.s to comprise the print
ing of all blanks, circulars, cards or other
work necessary for the. uu of the Executive
Departments or cither branch or the Gen
eral As-emlily (outer man sticii as man bo
printed in pamphlet or hill form).
Kach proposal must distinctly and spccillc
ally state tbo price per thousand ems for tho
eoinpo-itloii of nil matter embraced In the
proposals for any or all of such classes of
printing tho price per one hundred impres
sions lor all preiwork embraced In tho tirst,
second, third and fourth classes, and tho
price per twenty-five Impressions for tho
nresswork contained In tho tlftli class, at
which thu liidderwill do tho work embraced
11 thu class or elates ot lirintlliir covered liv
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond, executed in dun fonn by tbe bidder,
witu ui icasi two koou unit suincicnt sureties,
to be approved by tbe Governor before the
same Is tiled, lit tho penal sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned for the faithful
performance, pursuant to "An act to proWdu
tor and ivxuluto the execution of tho public
printing." approved April IHIi, 1872, and in
force July 1st. 1872, of such class or classes
of thu State printing; as may be awarded to
hint; and also for tho payment, as liquidated
damages, by such bidder, to the Mate, of
any excess of cost over tho hid or bids of
such bidder, when tho State may bo obliged
to pay for such work by reason of tho faiiuro
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said proposals" will be opened at 3 o'clock
p. m. on tho said 20th day ol August, 1872,
and will then ho duly considered.
Wanks fur proposals will bo furnished on
application to tho Secretary of State.
EDWAKD HUMMEL, Secretary of State.
C1IAS. E. Ml'l'lNCOTT, Auditor P. A.
KHANTL'S X. HATES. Stnto Treasurer.
July20d2w Cooiiula'rs Public Printing.
S00tot2JO per month, ererywhere, male aad,
female, to lulroduoe the the ' latest 'wwjje),
most annul and iieiVt bJtui ri aavijstci
MAHlNti aver Irirfntsd. we
woild to compete elinit Price only IM aa, aaa
luny warranuMi lor nir J ---
Ela.no Lock Kiltcli, altves n bath jWee. , TJe
same a all Hie Wst ahuiUe
niHCbinea. also. ta.. .IfVitaMiaa aR4
Utesi COMMON fKN?E FAMILY SJEWIN43 MA-,
CU1MB. FnceonlylU f T
...eluaa rTs.. r.MU'ltlnslI Wll a lata) h. Waas.
rail. iVtesl. quilt eorJ. bled. braJa se.sr
l a BMtat aluerlor manaer. Aad eniasaiaelii.,
to ik e)i arark that tan te deaj
. aaa. tm t-aUaaWsala, J
.s .. i l if ?iv .Sry m'l