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SIMMONS AND OLOTJOH ORGAN COMPANY'S
O ABIIsTBT OBGAHS
Ghand Combination Organs
Fitted witli the newly In rente!
Mrrlliiirr'n I'ntrtit 4tmllfliig' Tuliro,
An Invontion having n most Important bearing on the
future reputation of Heed Instruments, by means ol
which the quantity of volumo of tono In erylirgely
tne.ree.sou, and the qmilly ot lone rendered.
Our Homo Advertisers.
1141 0 KM.
Eital to that of Km b!t I'ipu Organ of tlio
Our celebrate I "Vox Celeste," "I.nuls Patent,'
"Voi llumuna," "Wilcox Patent" Octnro complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" stops, and
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained only in thce Orgsns.
KVKKY INSTRUMENT iVAHJ.ANTKn.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam Avenue,
Tlilttr-fle illtlerent tvles for the I'.inor and the Church! New and elegant designs ;
material mn-1 worKinaushlp ; Quality ana Toluine of lone unequaled.
Pricks, $o0 to $500.
AfJKNTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Addrci SIMMONS & C'LOUGH OHOAN CO., Dotrolt, Mich.
Office. No. C9 Liberty Street.
II u I' us.
zlst Ef w
HA KOLA Y BROTHERS.
retail and prescription
(nr. Unslilngton A v. nnl Kl iclitli HI.,
STATEMENT FOR THE YEA II ENDING DEC. 81. 18T1.
ItF-CEHTS IN Ull.
I "r piemimi. -.. J.s!7 ii
t- r Inttrent, ........ 4S,1G4 lei
Total receipt ?fcs,WK si
DlHtlURSEMiCNT.S IN lI.
l or death claims 17S,'!'' W
surrender' d olt:ie.,. . "I,; 06
re'insursie-e ami il i-
.lend JT.W 9
nltlrtf lurniturp .. - I
Kxpene 'j nin mt Ifti.fW l
1 f IM.IU SI
Incrae in n t tiu'ti in ltTI....... iltfiU M
AbSKIf. JANUAIIV 1, Wi.
t'nlteil Blale. Irdi ?n.o li
l!nV.lrn nilr tnd 'Al
i--at bon.l- - IMOUIO
.h oc haml miiI in innk. (W.inti
Premium lnenrn of col-
l.ctlini.niliiurfiomaKt'4 Ji'.tK fl
Loan ou lion hoi! mult.
Ke, flr.l Hem - IMJ'O 1M
I,'in on jioImmi" "t,tM "i
I)ffirrei reini-anuixtl anil
iiuvteiljr piemlumn....... 10,812 "I
A r inl lnterit nl ri-
ifitnrne 50.380 M
I.cn i- on col aterat, real
ef ite and other wur!lli '
K-lnuranee reserve, Nevr
Vor fUn 'aid yniflm li
I'afAul death etiinn ai.W'J
; P.iiio cf Asssts io Lii::!i!i;:, 145 pe; cent.
Number of PoliWra I n-.J
Amount of I'ulicir. Itatieil
dunnif 171 jc.1T.1V
Amouiii of Polli'le- lu f Jico
Jnututrr 1, l-7i, with ad
dition - i.-.,i,;.i
TUB AMOUNT OF I'OLIOIKS IS
SUKI) IN 1S71 KXCEKUKI) THAT
OF 1870 IJY .ll'ST $.1,000,000,
11EING AN 1NCUKASK
OF 00 l'Klt CBNT.
The ditlhiclivr and peculiar tuhunUirjt of the Pluu of Lifr Jumrance mlnpted
Ly the, lni venal are :
riltST. I'reiniiitiis from twenty to thirty per rent, lower thnn tlmiu clinrgetl by
SKCOND. A Mill greatpr reduction in tlio roit of lnsurnncc, by n mrtieiintinn in
tko li;ltitnnto profits of tlio businoiJ by tlio policyholder, on tmus Minilur to thai by
TlilltO. A provision in in policici, whereby tho eafcty ntlorded by n hinli rato of
pretniuti) 1 se nr(d without cxpeniu or unnecemury outluy to tho policyholder ; thin
tivoidin" tlm inconvenienco nnd oi reiultinu from tho payment ol an uiwivp pre
mium "no less than tho uncerluintie and romplicntlons of so-called "dividond," with
nil their disputed mcthoda of division, totally Inexplicable, und generally unsatisfactory
to tho injured.
FOl' I'.Tll. Tlio cunrantco contained in in policies of n dcllnito nnd liberal surren
der value, at tho end of each year, in paid-up life, or paid-up term iniurnncr, at the
option of tho iioliey-holuVr. ....
FIFTH. No restrictions as to occupation, residence or travel, except in cases clearly
nnd manifestly of an extra-hazardous character.
SIXTH. Amplo -ecuritv. Tim .r.itio of pt'Pts to liabilities is 1 1,i per cent.; or in
other word, the Company ' linn Si 15 for cneli $100 of its indubtednes. (New York
Tho mannc r of tho company earnestly nk n candid eoiul lcration of their p!an,
which havo received tlm full approval of tho highest aetuari.il nnd tucrcnntihi authori
ties in tlm country, and are rapidly gaining the confidence and support of the public.
When- we will keep
A C O M V L K 'J' E S T O t' K
FANCY AND TOII.iri' AI!TICI.!,
s;cK-nooM and NL'itsr.Rr appliances, c,
WI 1.1.1 AM WAI,lCi:i:, l'ro?idciit.
HHNPvY J. FlMSHKIi, Vice-PresiuVut.
.I01IX II. ItlCWI.KY. Seorolarv.
OKOnfiP. 1. MOXTACn:, Actuary.
BDW. W. LAMllKHT, M. D. Me.licnl Kxuiniiicr.
J M. CHAPMAN, Sup't of Agents, Illoomlngton, 111.
HIKAM W. HL'HUAUn, Sup't of Agents, for Southern Illinois, Ccntralia, 111.
Our l'tirc .-l'AHKMNCi SODA WATEll
fiKxnxi-: rnrrr sykups
fan not lie excelled We alu draw tlie
IJ I, F K I- I V K W A T 13 H S .
Al-o, a ehuli'e lot of t'k'ar, ol extra cpial
II y. Mild at ri-aon:ihle price-. Mir
PHKSCHI PTIOX DEPAltTMEXT
Will receive e-peelal atlenlion nnd rare,
lielir,' al all lmiir In eharce of oouipeteut
and careful partlc. Pre-eriptlon-. curel'ully
eompouiiiledat all hotir day or night.
NOXB lll'T Till: I'L'ltBsT AND 11BST
NT41VKS. TINWARE, CTC,
JAMES SHELDON, Special Ag'l, Cairo, Ills.
j&rSl'KCIAL AND LOCAL AOKNTS WANTKD.jrc.-j
itU4i. i;sT.vn: ai:.n!V.
NEW LIVERY STAULE
JtKTWKE.V WAtll'N AVENUK AND WALNUT
lr. H. K. Flelda Inronns tna imbllo that he lint
, v n 11 V S T A Jl h
f ii Ihu northueat udo of Tenth utrect v- nanud
Hii-Ninhlea will lip fiuiilnlicd Willi nono hut the
AND OOOD VK1IICLKS.
nnd Ihu pulilin may nn ucicommoilnteil lit nil hours
?! n"',nU'.v..".'i'1 "'Sbt wlllt nalo te.im on tho LOW.
!r- K",B n "him ol puhlle paliuniige,
and will enilearnr m merit it by lulr OoaIihb and
ulrlet Mlention lo liiimcH.
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
CAIKO CITY HOOK 1JINDK11Y
JOHN II. OIIK1II.T A CO.,
Itiillctin Building, corner of !2tli
Htreot nnd Wellington nvonuo,
All kind of WmllnKnnd ItuhnK Mono at the
tery lowest urloos. HavinK enged tho iervi
cos of Mr. Iliieln, who hiw had many yr
experlenco lu on of bent lllnderlea of Ht. Mtus.
to aiitierlntoml tula oatiibliahmont, wo cau con
ll'leotly promise our putrona worlt rqnal to th
of any ilinderr In tho west.
OUXAMENTAL IHOX WORKS
IIOIIKHT WOOD. TIIOS. H- HOOT
1101IBHT "VOOD & CO.
l.tsit Illdge Avenue, PhllntolubK, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- l'LUATlNd StVANrt
STATU AUV -WATKUI.II.IE.S"
uiuoiw, ciiAiiw, 8i:Tn:if(, ic., .u.
NEW STYLE WIlOtmilT-IItON ItAILINO lor
Front of Homo ami C'tinoU'rlen, Neter Lefore
CAST AND WHOUOHT-IIION KAIMNCs r.ir
Pill. Ilo llullillni and Hipurea, Ci-uietrry Lots,
and Oftnleii IViu'en, llalconlox, Hoof Crotl'J);i
elo.. in urimt variuty of Patterns,
IltllN STAIIW. hplr.il and MMlcht, ol Mirlnu
i nltema and ntjleii. Hpoelalallentlon Keu llili
c'ma of work,
LAMP POilS, for Frouts of I'uMln Ilulldlnir-,
lIoteN, und City btreoia, ol l'UIn and Klaboruie
H'I'.VHI.r. FITTINGS, of Castnnd Wroucht-lron.
Ol New Improved Utile, ellch in Hay ItacVs,
:tll Divlnlons, Manxvra, lliirneiia llraeaet", Uui
ler. Tiaps, Ventllmora, Sue.
WIHKWOKK of every deerlitlon. Wire
Ouards of Crimped Wirc,Galvalrnl r 1'iiiiiteil,
in t-lain or Ornanicntul I'altemii, lur Htoro Itoorn
or Windows, Kiuitory and Warclionan Window,
ItiilllnK for (llUcoH, llanka, Counter Itilliugs,
Unlconlea, I.awn ,ml I'.irm Kt'noe,4eAc
OATIU for entrance to Cemeteries, I'uhl'
SfiiiareN -( Oentlenien' folinliy fenl. of l,i
I uhliiK or Wrought. Iron, both lcilo und double.
I"." "'""'e .iniraliniiledealiiiiH.
iJlilftKIAn FOUNTAINS, lor atreet line. A
very larpo axanrtment of deolxua rxpro'sly for
this pin pose. '
anddt'v it. "R,'NAI' ,,0XBJ' for ',nrk
nVm.XtV'.'iii"' ;'!. centennlsl pattirn.
IIIICIIINO f.)-TH, Jockoy, Coolie, Hambo and
plalu deslum. 4.Srm.ni.
I'm and Hollow Waie, Clothes Wringers Toile
Ware, C'ojjilods, FlrtShoTels, Air Oates.
TIN ZINC. COPPER AND 8IIEE1
No. 16G Washington -avenue,
Osriloofinir Oiitlering, and all kinds of Jo
ork doiiout xhoilest notice.
(Siiwor lo I'. S.ntp.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIK WORKS, TOYS,
V'l CommcicUl Avenue,
Published every mantis, Meatliiy ex
IIULLETIN 1'KINI'IMO HOUSE.
On eovcrul ccc.uions, montlon lias been
made in these columns of The Hullitim,
of linprovemontimadofrom time to time,
in Tin: UcLLKTl.v ofllco, but no connected
details havo been given of tlio various de
partments and tho material which consti
tutes tho complcto establishment.
Tho preionl scomi an opportune mo
ment in which to prcsont these dotalU uc-
Inctly, so that the public may form soma
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "how it is
done" In Tiik Bui.LsvrtN Printing
IN THE IlKAlt
of tho main building aro located thn Now
Composing, Job and Stoam Press Hooms.
THE COMPOS IXO ItOOM,
in which many hands aro employed " at
caso ' and "on tho forms," Is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains nn immense amount of printing ma
To litis department wo havo lately added
new type, nnd stands of tho latest patterns
THE Jon ItOOM
is furnished with the vory best matorlal
all tho latest "tylei of Job Printing typo,
border, etc. Wu have in tue Tiinr.E
hundrkd fonts of type, nndottr facilities
for printing nil kinds of largo Posters nnd
all other kinds of Job Printing from tho
clabornto circular of many colon, to a
cent ballad, both In ropcct of stylo and in
price, aro tinequaled by any ofllco in
Southern or Centrnl Illinois. To this
large stock, new patterns aro constantly
belnc added. Six skilled mechanics aro
employed in this department, ulsn un
der the immediate supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanic a Job Printer whoio good taste
and skill havo given him nn enviable rep
utatlon In his trade.
IX THE HOOK DEPARTMENT
wo aro prepared to print books of a tlious
and pages or pamphlets of two, in type
of any size, at pricos inj competition with
those of tho larger cities of tho Eat and
THE PUSS'S nooM,
is in charge of Mr. L. Cassett, u thorough
and experienced workman. Hero may be
seen our new Four-Holler Cottrell
and Uabcock Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost where It stands S4,000 a press
superior to tho colebrated Hoc press, and
on which tho finest printing can bo dono ;
also, our hali'-incdium Universal Piiess,
which i?, wo have no hesitation in saying,
the ben bed nnd platen press manufac
tured in this or any other country. Wo
havo also in constant use the Gordon nnd
Deironcr preses, all driven by a
ten house power enoine,
built especially for Tiik Bulletin, by
Mfcfsrs. Heed & Mann, and which has
given u unqualified satitfaction. It
jut tho thing a thing of beauty nnd
works liko a charm. To tho building of
this engine Mr. Mann, who has grown
gray in his business and knows all about
it, guvo his special Attention, and we havo
to thank him for a job wo have tested nnd
not found wanting in any particular.
Tho Boiler, Lngine and Shafting were
put in place, and all the machinery of the
Press Boom nrranged and fitted up by
Mei.r. Hennio & Co., the work being
done under the supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whose skill and industry wo are
under many obligations.
In this department Mr. I. C. IIucls, late
of St. Louis Mo., is tho superintendent.
Ho is a thorough master of his business,
and, we vonturo to say lias no superior in
tho United States. It any doubt tlio as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay the
bindery a visit, and thoy wil. be shown
specimens of hand gilt work for cover of
books, otc, of great beauty and elaborate
design, from the medival stylo to that of
tho nio-l modern. It need, there foro, be
hardly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish nnd durabil
ity cannot be excelled, nnd tho prices
cannot bo competed with.
Tho machinery is all of tho vory host
description, amongst which are a Billing
machine, a Hickock standing press, a
Uoolo Paging machine, n span new
Brnm & Cnrtor card cutter, costing 200,
Tablo shears, nnd a complete .set of finish
ing tools. All work warranted, of what
ever kind. Persons having magazines,
to bo bound, eld books rebound, or gildlug
in leather etc., etc., should bring them on
immediately beforo tho Fall rush.
o huvo built up in Cairo, from n
very small beginning, a Printing Estab
lishment nnd Hook Uinuery complcto In
all their details, an estnblisment in which
ovory Egyptian should tuke a prido. Wo
ask no bonus to maintain us but we
do ask that our people will givo to us a
liberal paironauc. o can u work: al as
low llcuros nnd as well its similar work
can be dono in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, and wo thereforo nsk that our
homo peoplo shall patrolzo The Bulle-
TIN in pretorenco io pruning unices in mo
cities wo havo mimed.
Blank ENiiuiia ahead I Wines nnd CI
gars I oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Oillee-
Fiticst of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tlio groat Llbeial and
Domocratlc,GreeVy & Brown drlnko eis
Beeii, is mndo n specialty, and Fredpridcs
himself upon keeping the freshest nnd
coolest in tho ctiy. Lomonndes tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
Go there. 0-27tf
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which It has grown. It inn
been very hnndsomoly fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it is a ploasuro to while
away a spare hour thoru. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of fino liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lager
Boer, and Weisis Beer that In dellciousonss
cannot bo oxcolled, A lunch, free to
patrons, is spread ovory day, and an article
of Sweitzor Choose, tho best in tho market,
U always ou hand. Mr. Blautau invites
tho public to givo him a call, on Eighth
street, bctwoan Commercial nvoutio and
Ohio Loveo, opposite tho Perry House, in
Hlzer's building. 7-2. d U'
Oo to tho Thalia for tho tost "Weiss
boor in town. 6-aidtf
Our Home Advertisers.
"I XT WHiN'TT Y H A ifs,
1 HE KALE OK
Our Homo Advertisers.
&t. Louis AdvorUoimmU.
HAS INCREASED S00 PER CENT.
2o0,000 Ami: in Daily Usf
DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT CHEAPER,
DOING IT CLEANER,
DOING IT EASIER
And with greater satisfaction and -aviii of
labor than any Stove In ue.
SOLD II V EXCELSIOR MANU KO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of TINNERS'
STOCK i and by all live Htove Dealers, like
V. W. HENDERSON,
IVt Cflinmrn.-UI. Avenue,
CAIUO, - ILLS.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &cn &c.
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Also manufacturers of
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME OP ITS ADVANTAGE.
It rooks quickly and more thoroughly with les
flreihan any other way.
Food cooked tho old way loses one.thlr.l of Its
weight, cooked In this nUnm vee. It only Iosm
no eighth. Tho savings in this way will toon
pay Its cost.
KOOD CANNOT IIF. IIUKST.II.
It Will BOIL,
ST E W,
B R O I L,
more perfectly thAii any nUnsil itcd for either
purpose now m use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
D U It A it L i: .
Meat itnneil. boiled or broiled In this msnner
has a better llnvor, and Is easier illgefted than
vwiaa cuuKPii in ihu old way.
NO FEAR OP DYSPEPSIA.
ItmakeaallrstoUsi Cook nut nf n noor one.
nnd ngond eook Lelier than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT 1
It I the only utenil In ne that I' warranted
not to BUIt.N IlICF. IN C lOKINfl.iinderanvulr.
euomtance. Agents make moro money selling
ll.ls vesel. than anv article In use. tor eteiv In.
lelllgent houekeepcr In th country wants one.
ANY ONE WISIIINQ TO 11 UY RIGHTS OU
TERRITORY FOP. THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT.
5tfd.w Thornton's Woclc, lutlnt., Cairo, III
D. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Walt ham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard k Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware. Ac.
Vhen In St. Louis you are
invited io inspect iheir mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
r-srWutchos, Clocks and Music
Boxc3 Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail promr.My atten
S A P E S.
MARVIN'S ARK TIIK KBST-
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
I" .4outh fallal street. Chleojfo.
Sheet iron & Copper Warp.
.-.ole Agents for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Movkaiile Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN 4 COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sura cure lor smoking chlmnis
On ElKhth Street, belween Commercial and Wanli
nxtou Avenues, is daily receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPP.INO AND SUMMER STYLES.
Kennies a lull line of ,
BONITETS &c HATS
Trimmed nud unlrimmed,
I'nKNf'tl FLOWERS. HIBIIONS, TUIMUlNOi
of all kirnls. I.noes, etc., etc.
Mr.s. Mefleo hs also lare as.ortment o
Fancy Articles, Mich as
NF.CK TIl-H COLLAtlS. UNDKIISLKI'.VKS,
HUFFS, SASIIK, FANS,
Ani hII otherarlicles luully.lonnd In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcfiee, in addition lo her stock of Fancy
and Millinery floods, has a line and eoniple'e as
sortment ot Ciuolnnatl Custom Male I.sdles
anil Misses' Shoes and Children' Hoot., IIUcU
and In Colors. These are acknowledged to bo
tho finest and best shoes in the nmrltei, eul this
a the only place In the city that makes ihem a
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Wn-lilmrton l.'nherslty.l
The regular animal term ofthls Law School
will oH'ti on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER !rn. 1STJ.
""Full coiir-e. tuo term lx months each.
.Sltidents ailmilted to the Senior Class on ex
amination lit- application on or before Oeto
ber.'th.lsT'J. Tuition lee, 0 llr-l year; StX)
second yciir, Inelildlni; ue of libraW. For
particulars mblre.-, (i. M. STl'AItT,
Dean of Fiietiliv, or
Prnvot I,:iw Di'iiartmeiit.
H'hI.Vw I in. M. I.ouKMo.
rHTAIII,INIIi:t l. 1S3II
By inciiihors of the Soclclv of Jesus, and
liicot-punited by an act of the State
I.eL'Mature in I8.T.', It ha- experienced unin
terrupted Mleee-s, iiml eontlmtcs to offer the
student e fry facility for acquiring a thor
ough CI.A-.ICAI. AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
I. very eiiuiliilate for ailmllon not ncixin-
ally acquainted with some one of the Fac
ulty mii-t produce proper testimonial of
goon moral character.
Bulletins are -cut three times a vcarto tlio
parents or guardians of tho student-, to In
form them of the conduct, health and
lnprocmetit of their on or wards. An
experienced phy-ii-iiui dally vi-lts the insti
Union, and tin- greatest care and attention
are lie-towed on the tek.
terms : .
Hoard and tuition, pcr-csslon. ten month-,
'I'he next Mlon be"ins Septembcif 2d,
Payment- mu-t be made quarterly, or
-eiiu-ummaiiy, in advance, uuaiotnies enn
talnlui; intriictious to parent-, and lull par
ticulars will be .-cut tree on application to
Rev. .1. ;. Zealand, S. .1.,
Pre-ident St. Louis l'nlver.ltv. St. Louis,
For Sale at Wholesale c Retail
CORNER S2D-STREET AND OHIO I.F.VEl
Ilcnryll Meyer. William Sinner.
EXCELST O R !
MEYER & STONER.
Ilousp, Sign and Hteamb0.1t
Deeorallii; In Oil or Water Color : Kal.o
milling and Paper lla.iKlmr; (iraluliiL' and
MarbleliiL- of every decript Ion ; Oildlng In
every slvle, plain and ornamental.
Partlctilarattcnttriii paid to (Ha- (i ililinir.
Orders solicited lor Scenery, Freeo and
Banner Painting. Fancvdln .show Cards,
Oilil, Plain and ornamental.
Call at tho Shop and examine our work
Old Pictures renewed or copied, Satl-fac-tiou
USTAll work cutru-tcd to our care will be
promptly attended to.
Shop in Thomas's old stand under the
Pcitv Hou-e, corner Commercial nve. and
8th Ktrect. 7-1(1 tf.
.Mcl'4IIIMICK A LYOX, Agtntn.
TO SELL THE PARLOR sTEEL ENOUAV1XO
"CHRIST VVEEI'INO OVER JERUSALEM,
From HiaCiiAs. Esti mt's eelcbrnted English
p.tlntlni;, and liy Ameiica's best cngrarer. All
who see it want It nt onec. Apply to VALLEY
1't'Ul.lSIUMJ COMPANY, Pt, Loins, Mo.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroct, bctwoon Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is receiving dally new lurokes of
Cf ereryde-criptlon, and at raices to He it tii
THE LATEST STYLES OK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
11 ATS, RIB RONS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VABDEN CLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS?, ETC.
Together with all th other art eles kept In
inSi ni... Miiimarv ami Trhnni ogs Store. 10
to sold at the very fowoat Hjtur.
MIUUD I WOOD I I WUODIl
The undorsigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As):iirni,tl nut CliPiiM'r
had any wood dealer In Cairo. I,eae order
on the '-lates al the Postoilleo and at Itos
coal vard, on Couiinerclal avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, (.,alro. Illluoi-, I
Klvo (food niea-ure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
a10-lf DF.XXIS HALEY.
NEAV HARNESS SHOP.
lias opened a Harnes Shop tin Wa-hlnu'ton
Aenue, between Tenth and Klcteiith
Streets lor the punio-ii of JLV.N'l'
FACTl'RIXO all kind- of
DOriUvE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halti:h, 11ium.e, sVe,
Which he keens on sale or will make to
order. Ills moilo Is : "tiood stock, cood
work, and Jusilco to all men."
All Kinds of repalrlmr done with neatness
and di-patch. Ctite him a trial, you will
lind lie don't propose to "Stand on a home
'Call and sea her.
No trouble to show
ARE YOU GOING W EST V
If so, take our ailviionml purchass your tickets
over t le old reliable and popul.r Mtsjoeai Pa
cine IUilhohi, which is po.llhely llu-ouly lino
Hinning three daily ox press trains from Ht. Louis
to Kansas Ciiy nud thu Mestl snd is posilltcly
the only ine wlileh runs Piillmm p.ilit. sleepers
nnd fino ihiy cmnlies, rsiieciully for minern,
equipped with Miller'- snlciy id.iiforiu, ami the
patent sleam briiko, From St. Louis li Kansas
Oily, Ft. scott, LHwroiice, LeHVeiimulh. Aleli -son,
Kl. Joseph, Nebraskn City, CuuikII lllults
ani Omaha Mllhiiiit change I For hiroiiuatloii In
n gajd to tlmo table-, tutes, Ac, to any point In
Missouri. Nebraska. Kausas, Colouelo. Texas.and
Callloinla, call upon or address N II. I hoiiii.sup,
agent. Missouri I'sclrte It. It. Columbus, Ohio or,
K. A. Furd, ticueral IV.engcr Agent, St. Louis,
eiu. ... . .t..
Nn trnunie 10 auwiT
The Illinois Central Rail Road Compsny no
olterfor sale tho following describeit lols In Firs
Addition lo the City of Cairo, vit 1
Lot block '.11. Lot 21 block t2,
14 SO, 2T ' 8.',
.1 6 " S3, " M "
6 82, " 31 W,
3 M 11 3J ' W.
orterms,te. apply JAMES JOHNSON,
Mil ' ',
State of Illinois. )
ftpriiiglleld..!uly 1U, 1S72. f
Notice i hereby (iieu that until :i o'clock
p. in., on Monday, Atigri-t 2i!tli, Is72, sealctl
jitoiio-als will bo reeehed at the otlico of the
Secretary of State, in the city of Sprintleld.
for the execution of tho -event I ela es of
printing-, a- hereinafter specllicd, aid print
Invr to lie let lu -cparatc contracts for each
ela--. for the term of two year- from nud af
ter the lir-t Moudav of Not ember, 1872.
The Fihm Class- to compi i-e the printing
of all bill- for the two Ilou-es of the (icneral
Aembly. together with Mich rc-olutinns
anil oilier matters as may be ordered by the
two lloue, or either ol them, to be printed
in bill form.
Tin: second Class to eompri-e tho print
ing ot the journals of tin1 Senate and House
1 he 1 until i'la 10 cnmpri-c the prlnt
Injr of all reports, eoimuimieations or other
iloctiment-ordercil by the lieneral Asembly,
or either liralieli tliereof, or by the Execu
tive Departments of the State Government,
to be printed in pamphlet or book form, to
gether with the 0h1111cs of public docu
ments. Tiik Forum Ci..s to compri-e the
tinting of the laws and Joint re-olutiolt.
Till; Finn Cl..-sto cohipri-ii the print
ing of all blanks, circular-, card- or other
work nectary for thu u-e of the Executive
Departments or either branch of the (icn
eral emblv (other than such as shall be
printed in pamphlet or bid form).
Kacli propo-al must dl-tiuctly anil -pecille
ally statethe price per tlioii-and ems for Hi
coiupo-ltiou of all matter embraced In the
propoals for any or all of -uch cla-e of
jiiintliijr Ihe price per one hiiiidrcd luipres--loin
lor all prework embraced in the llr-t,
-eeoml, third and fourth clai-, and the
price per tucn!y-lle linnrc Ions for the
pre-swork eontaliied in tlie till li clas, at
wlileli the bidder u ill do the work embraced
in Ihe ela or el.ie orpriuting; covered by
Kacli propo-al inu-t lie accompanied by a
bond, execilled In duo form by the bidder,
w llh at lca-t two frood and -ttlllclent sureties,
In he approved by the Governox beforo the
siiiic i- tiled, in the penal -um of ten thou--and
dollar-, conditioned for tlie raltliful
performance, pursuant to ''An act to proWdu
lor und regulate the execution of the public
piintinir," approved April Mb, 1872, and in
force duly 1st, 1872, of sllelt ela-s or ela-ses
of tlm state printing as maybe awarded to
him; and al-o for Ihe payment, a- Ihnihlatril
damage-, by such bidder, to the slate, of
any exec of co-t over the bid or bids of
-uch bidder, when the State may be obliged
to pay for Mich work by reaon of the failure
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said propo-al- will be opctied at U o clock
p. 111. 011 tlie -aid 20th day oi August, 1872.
and will then be duly con-ldercd.
Blanks for propo-als will no iiinii-ueu on
application to the Secretary ofstate.
I.IMI .Mil' 111 .l.'ir..,.-rilil."J
("HAS. i:. I.U'l'I.NCO'lT, Auditor P. A
v. HATHs. state Treasurer
Coiumis'rS Public Printing.
SOOT AND SUOE MAKER,
lletween Washington arenue nd Poplar street
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r, I)i BEXr!Hli, - PreerUler
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
nnveyeil lo and (torn Ihe pop'.t fr