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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1872.
SIMMONS AND 0LOUO1I ORGAN COMPANY'S
Imravael
ABI1TBT ORQ-AUS
Grand Combination Oroans
Fitted with tli newly invented
Herlbaar'a Patent lurtlirlng- Tubrt,
An invention baring moat Important bearing on the
future reputation of Heed Instruments, by mwii ol
which the quantity of rolumn of tone la very laraoly
increasei, and the quality ot tone rendered.
Equal to that of tbo beat Plpo Organs of the
tame capacity.
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste," "I.oule Patent,'
"Voi Humana," "Wilcox Patent'1 Octavo complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" Mops, and
All tho Late Improvements
can he obtained only in thes e Organ.
EVERT INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
DETROIT MICHIGAN.
TbIrtv-fiTs different ttrlee for the Parlor and the Church; New and elegant dealxns i The be
material and workmanship ; Quality and yolume of tone uuequaled,
Prices, $50 to &500.
AOE.STS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS & OLOUOH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
THE BULLETIN
Our Homo Advertisers.
UWIVEESAXI
'a .
ife Jnsurance JCompany,
OUT USTEW YORK,
Office, No. CO Liberty Street.
STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DEC. 31. 1871.
receipts in mi.
For premlnrn,.-... ra,tT SI
r jr It
ntcrett,
S,76S Ol
Total receipt .
DISBURSEMENTS IN 171.
Vor death claims I75,H" o;
surrendered policies,. . 7I.WT 05
re:insurauce and divi
dends ...... . 27,S V,
office furniture.......-. S.IU 31
Taxes 13.1 M
Expense of manajtem't Vi.Wi
LIABILITIES.
Ke-insurance reserve, New
torx stao'iaru s.jj,a ui
ttos.CO! 3 t'apaid death claims SSXO W
Surplus
!,0S 39
: Riiio of Aiitli to Liibilili.!, 145 pt: ct.
Increase in net assets In 1671.....
ASSETS. JANUARY 1, lS7i.
1'nlted States Lords 1n,WO IO
Hrookljnuty bonds.... .. XJ3MM
State bonds... MM! H
Cah on band and Int-auk. tf),I13 M
Premium! Incourwof col-
lectlonand duefiomaRl'a 00
lant on bonJ- anil mort-
t ir.e, flr.t llena.. .. . !,') C
- Loan on policies.... Ssl.tsJ Xi
Deferred eeml-aunual and
quarterly premiums-...- IJO.SIJ 0)
Accrued Interest and re. ,,,
insurance .T0,W W
Lean, on collateral, real
eatateandolhersecuriiiie t,i,w. w
ttw.tls SI
i Number of Policies Issued
ZV51JM durlxll
Amount 01 roucies issues
durine 15T1 ....
Amount of Pollrle. in force
January I, IS7Z, with ad-
I
dillor.s. ......
3,163
l.17l,4Vi
1J,2J7
l,VO.I5l S)
THE AMOUNT OF POLICIES IS
SUED IN 1671 EXCEEDED THAT
OF 1870 BY JUST $3,000,000,
BEING AN INCREASE
OF o0 PER CENT.
TU dittinedve and peculiar advantage of the Plan of Life Jn$urance adopted
by the Universal are :
FIRST. Premium from twenty to thirty per cent, lower than tlio.e charged by
mutual companies. ....
SECOND. A still greater reduction in the coit of Insurance, by a participation in
the legitimate profit or tho business by the policyholders, on a bails similar to that by
tbTn?KD A'proviiion in its policies, whereby tho safety atforded by a high rate of
premium is secured without eipenic or unnecessary outlay to tbo policyholder; thus
avoiding tho inconvenience and loss rosultlng from tho payment ot an excessive pre
mium no less than tho uncertainties and complications of so-called "dividends," with
all thetr disputed methods of division, totally inexplicable, and generally unsatisfactory
to the insured. ... ,
FOURTH. The ijuaranteo contained in its policies of a dell ni to and liberal surren
der value, at tho end of each year, in paid-up Ue, or paid-up term insurance, at tho
option of tbo policy-holder.
FIFTU. No restrictions as to occupation, residcnco or travel, except in cases clearly
and manifestly of an extra-hazardous character. ,.,.,, .... . .
SIXTH Ample security. Tho ratio of ancU to liabilities is U per cent.; or in
other words, tho Company has 5145 for each $100 of its indebtedness. (New York
State valuation.) ... ,., .. , .. , .
The mana-crs of tho company earnestly ask a candid consideration or their plans,
which have recolvcd the full approval of tho highest actuarial and morcantilo authori
ties In tho country, and are rapidly gaining tho confidence and support of the public.
OFFICERS.
WILLIAM WALKER, President.
HENRY J. FURBER, Vice-President.
JOHN H. BEWLEY, Secretary.
GEORGE L MONTAGUE, Actuary.
V EDAV. W. LAMBERT, M. D. Medical Examiner.
J. M. C11APMAN, Sup't of Agents, Blooraington, 111.
' HIRAM W. HUBBARD, Sup't of Agents, for Southern Illinois, Centralla, III
JAMES B. SHELDON, Special Ag't, Cairo, Ills.
SSTSPECIAL AND LOCAL AGENTS WANTED-.
KtlAI. KMT ATE ACEKC.
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
TENTF STREET,
11ETWKEN WABU'N AYENCK AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Klelds Informs tne publlo that be has
opened a
LI V K R V STABLE,
tn the northwott aula of Tenth atreet as named
above. . .i
Ills Btablea will be famished with none but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the pnblio miT n accommodated at all hours
of lh day and nint with aa(e tetma on the LOW.
til ll-.KJis.
r- r i i i . ..... . .V.. Ar K..l.tf . -. .
and will endearor to merit it by fair dealini and
atrict attention to luiiuoh..
I HON WOKKK.
rj UTTER & BIERWIRTII,
GLASS STAINERSj
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
RT. LOUIH, MO.
tJtalned, Enameled, Embossed and ground Ulasi
ui vjetj aeacripiion.
FAHTI0CLAII ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
- WORK.
Vh'Uti frm all pirli of tb nil
Mtilr at;i4iil o A 'II d 3m
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
HOUEKT WOOD. TU03. 8. ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD 4 CO.
1.1M Ridge Arenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOUNTAINS -FLOATlNU SWANB
-VA8E3- FROGS
3TATUART WATER LILIES
PUCKS TURTLES, 1c
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAU3. SUMMER HOUSE?,
VltBORS, CHAIRS, BETTEES, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WKOUOHT-IUON RVILINO for
Front of Houte and Cemeteries. Never before
Introduced. wr.n.,f.,.T.m0v uiii ING3 for
Public Uuildlns and Squares, Cemetery Loti.
and Oaideu Fence., Dalconles, Hoof Cresttsga,
etc.. in great variety of Patterns.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and itralgM. ol Tarlotii
i alterna and at jlei. Special attention given this
L A V P PCHTS. for Front of Publlo Buildings,
Hotels, and City Streew.ol Plain and Llaborate
"rABLE FITTINGS, of Caatand Wronght-Iron
ot New Itnproyea stjiee. eucu
elall rjiil.lonn, Mangera, Harness Bracket, Out
U.. r lllaln ra A f
WIRE WORK cf eyery dearriptlon. Wire
Gnarda of Crimped Wire.Oalraalted or Pa ntl,
i . t . i . . . . ! i ...... . ... U.n.. Ilnnr.
or Wimtows, factory and Warehouse iVIndows,
turning, tor umcea, uanica, vouoier i"ittuh
uaicoiiie, i.atrn na rirm rencei,c, ac.
OATES for entrance to Omelerlea. Publl
Square ami Qentleinen'a Country Seata, of G
.UUIUI.VI niuuKiiiMfiiu, VUlll IIUK1. UV. uvuuir,
In elaborate am) alinpla ileaigus.
DRINK INO FOUNTA1NH. for street uses.
very lane aasorttnent of designs exprerily for
tnia puri"".
cast-Iron urinal boxb3, for put-iio parka
anu city atree'e.
OVA!. VHErt, lsUnt tlei, centennial pattern.
lU luiiinu r-jai, wwasy, vooue, iwdiim si
plain designs. S.Seod.sm,
Fasbliehed every sssnrsslag, Monday cs
ccptexl.
DULLKTIN PRINi'ING HOUSE.
On sovoral occasions, mention has boon
timdo In theso columns of Thk Bulletin,
of Improvements mndo front tlmo to time,
In The Bulletin olllce, but no connected
dotalls have boon given of tho various de
partments and tho material which consti
tutes tho coinplelo establishment.
Tho present seems an opportune mo
rnont In which to present theso details suc
cinctly, so thit tho public may form sumo
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "how it Is
dono" In The Bulletin Printing
Homo.
IN THE IlEAIl
of the main building aro locatod the News
Composing, Job and Steam Press Rooms.
THE COMPOftINO ROOM,
In which many hands aro employed "at
caso"and "on tho forms," is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains an irnrnemo amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo bavo lately added
now type, and stands of tho latest patterns
THE JOB ROOM
is furnished with tho very best material
all tbo latest styles of Job Printing typo,
borders, etc. Wo have In use three
hundred fonts of typo, andour facilities
for printing all kinds of largo Posters and
all other kinds of Job Printing from tho
claborato circular of many colors, to a
cent ballad, both In respect of stylo and In
price, aro unequalod by any olTlco 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 tho immediate supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanica Job Printer whoso good taste
and skill havo given him an envlablo rep
utation In his trade.
IN THK HOOK DEPARTMENT
wo aro 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 tho larger cities of tbo East and
West.
THE 1'RE.H.S ROOM,
is inchargo of Mr. L. Cassett, a thorough
and experienced workman. Hero may bo
seen our new Four-Roller Cottre'.l
ani Baiicock Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost whetu it stands $4,000 a press
superior to tho celebrated Hoe press, and
on which tho finett printing can bo done ;
also, our half-medium Univebsal Press,
which is, wo havo no heitatlon in saying,
the best bed nnd platen press manufac
tured in this or any other country. e
havo also in constant uso the Gordon and
Degener presses, all driven by a
TEN HORSE POWER ENGINE,
built especially for The Bulletin, by
Messrs. Reed i Mann, and which has
given us unqualified satisfaction. It is
just the thing a thing of beauty and
works liko n charm. To the building of
this engine Mr. Mann, who has grown
gray in bis business and knows all about
it, gavo his special attention, and we bavo
to thank bim for a job wo havo tested and
not found wanting in any particular.
Tho Boiler, Engino and Shafting were
put in place, and all tho machinery of tho
Press Room arranged and fitted up by
Messrs. Rennle ii Co., the work being
done under the supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whose skill and industry wo aro
under many obligations.
BINDERY.
In this department Mr. I. U. Huels, late
of St. Louis Mo., Is the superintendent.
Ho is a thorough master of his business,
and, wo venture to say has no superior in
tho United States. If any doubt the as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay the
bindery a visit, and they wilt be shown
pecimens of hand gilt work for covers of
books, etc., of great beauty and elaborate
design, from tho medival stylo to that of
the most modern. It need, therefore, bo
hardly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish and durabil
ity cannot bo excelled, and tho prices
cannot bo competed with.
The machinery Is all of tbo very best
description, amongst which aro a Ruling
machine, n Hickock standing press, a
Uoolo Paging machine, a span new
Brora A; Carter card cutter, costing $250,
Table shears, and a comploto 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 before tho Fall rush.
IN CONCLUSION.
Wo havo built up in Cairo, from u
vcrv small beelnninir. a Printing Estab
lishment and uootc liinucry complete in
all their details, an establismont in which
every Egyptian should take a pride. Wo
ask no borias to maintain us but wo
do ask that our people will Rive to ns a
llboral patronaeo. o can a worK at as
low flcures and as well as similar work
can be. dono in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, and wo therefore ask that our
homo neonle shall natrolzo The Bulle
tin in preference to printing offices in the
cities we have namoa.
Blankenbukq aiieadI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office-
Finest of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Deraocratic.Grcely & Brown drinko Wei
Beer, is mado a specialty, and Fredpridos
himself upon keeping the froshest and
coolest in tho ctiv. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music the finest
Go there. -2ttt
Louis Blatac's saloon deserves tbo
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
been very handsomely uttoa up, ana is so
comfortable that it is a pleasure to while
away a spare hour tbore. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor ana
.. 1 T
wines, and with tho best oi t resn stager
Beer, and Weiss Beer that in aeitciousens
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, freo to
natrons. Is spread everyday, and an article
of Swoltzcr Cheese, tho bost In tho market,
U alwavs on hand. Mr. Blautau Invites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, betwean Commercial avenue auu
Ohio Levee, opposite tho Perry Homo, In
Rim's building. a "
IN TWENTY YEARS,
TUE BALE or
Railroad Advertisements.
nA8 INCREASED 600 PER CENT.
20,130
SOLD I1T 1871.
250,000 Are in Daily Usf
doino more work,
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And with greater Kitisfactioii and saving of
labor than nny Stove In use.
SOLD BY EXCELSIOR MANU'FO. COMPANY,
ST. liOXTXS,
Wholesale Dealers in all klnda of TINNERS
STOCK ; and by all live Store Dealers, like
O. W. HENDERSON,
W Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - ILLS.
7-10.1 wtw.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
136 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Dealers in
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GEATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
TiEnai GBEATOE8
ICE CHESTS.
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W" X "Ri IE CLOTH
for Window bcreena,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &c, fcc.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, &C, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
eoie Agents lor tne ceieoratea
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
8CANTLIN COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
TOP,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
I (Ml Mile, the Sli)rl-t UoiUr
TO CHICAGO
l.laltt. Ml lei tho Nhorlo.1 limit.
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ON).. 'VK CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, .. Ilanapolls, Toledo,
Detroit, ueveiitnii, Niagara raws,
Buffalo, I'lllabuig. Washington.
Baltimore, iPhlladelphia, New York,
Boston and all point cast.
Milwaukie, Janesrille, Madieon.
Lacrosse, St. Paul and all points north.
This la also the only direct route to
Decatur, Bloomlngton, flprtngeld,
Peoria, Uulncv, Keokuk,
Burlington, Hock Island, Li Halle.
Mendota. Dixon. Kreeport.
Galena, Dubuque, Hlout lilly,
umana ana an points nortuwesi.
Elegant Drawing Room Stooping Car
On all Night Trains.
Das gage Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C, It.lt.
depot at alro; on board tne transit eteamer be
tween Columbus and Cairo, and at tne principal
rallroa I ticket offices throughout tho youth.
W. P. JOHN-tON. Oen'l eaM. Ag't, Chlcsio.
A. Mitchiil, Oen'l Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Mond"ay, April 24th, 1872
trains will run as follows;
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TailkS OOtkl) SOVTIIIitT,
Mail.
Leave Vlrtlnla. 4:40 a. m
' Hprlngneld.......:0 ,
, Tajlorvllle. 10 a
Arrive at Pana ll.lt "
vastus noixo xoauiwr.T.
Express.
Leave Pana 4.00 a. m J 33 a. rn
" Taylorville S.40 " S.8 "
Arrive at gpringfleld.a.l " .....0U "
Leave Sprintfleld .S " 0.10
Arrive at Virginia 8.3 " 8.15
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Taatia ooian CTttiisr,
Leave Edgwood .8.30 a. m. ...10.10 p, m
" Klora... S,5 "' 1I.SP "
Arrive at Shawneet'n M ' i IS -'
Express.
,.l:l'i p.m.
.. 3:W '
.. r. f. '
.. ,17
Mall.
IMMIURAMT TISJKETN
Go to the Thalia for the test Weiss
beer In town Mldtf
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sura cure lor smoking abimnla
MILLINERY.
MRS. McGEE,
On ElghthStreet, between Commercial and Wash-
ngton avenues, n uauy recemni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or-tb
LATEST FrRINO AND SUMMER STYLES.
Besides a lull line of
BOIETasnETS &c HATS
(Trimmed and untrimmed,
FnENCH FLOWERS, RIBBON3, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc
Mrs. McOee has also a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, auch as
NECK TV,"?, COLLAM. UNDERSLEEVE3,
RUFFS, SASHES, FANS,.
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McGae. in addition to her atock of Fancf
and Millinery Ooods, haa a fine and complete as
sortment ot Ctnclnnatl Custom Made Ladles
and Misses' Shoea and Childrena' Booti, Black
and In Colors. These are acknowledged to be
the tlnett and best shoe, in the market, acd tbla
a the only place in the city that makes them a
pecialty.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, 1 For Bale i FOR SALE,
I For Bale I
TOR SALE. J foJbSiSI FOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from Queenstown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $4 8.2 0
SafTord. Morris A Ca
gents.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New.Tork and Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
rxeia coxtsuct with cutid suits iu iiitiin
oovtaxHaxts
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaiBia laroaaiTios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
li Broadway, New-York, or to
H. Ho apt,
Washington Avenae, Cairo. nois. ;t
DBT uoons.
COOKINU VBMEk
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME or ITS ADVANTAOKJ.
It COoka ntllcklv and mm. ttmrnnvM with Ia.
weight, cooked In this steam vessel. It only loses
one eighth. The ravings in this way will soon
Fowl cooked the old way losea one-third of Ha
pay It coat
FOOD CANNOT BE BURNED.
It Will BOIL,
STEW,'
B R O I L,
and STEAM
more perfectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
'.DURA B L E .
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
has a better Savor, ami la easier digested than
when cooked In She old way,
NO YEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
H makes a first class Cook out of a poor one,
and ngood cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT 1
It I the only utensil In use thai la warranted
not to BURN RICE IN COOKINO.underany cir
cumstance Agents make more money selling
this vessel, than any article In use, tor every In
telligent housekeeper In the country wanta one.
ANY ONE WlbniNO TO BUY RIQHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
S-Stfdiw Thornton's Block, 10th .(.. Cairo, III
St. Louis AdvertaemenU.
find fa
D. C. JACCAITD k CO'S Il
lustrated Prlct Lilt aM
Catalogue of WaMam, (tow
ard, and D. C. Jacctrd & Ca't
Watches, Jewelry, and MM
Silver and Plated Wart, Ac.
When In St. Louis yen art
invited to Inspect their map
nHlcent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner ef Le
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
-Watche., Cleckt and MmIc
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
rders by mail promptly attwt-
dm-?-ai.
SAFES.
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
17 .South Canal Strt-et, Chlcogo.
7-lilAiw3v,
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.)
The regulur annual term oftJils Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Oni, 1872.
Full course, two terms six month each.
Student admitted to the Senior Class on ex
amination by application on or before Octo
berMb.,1872. Tuition fee, tf0 Brat year; f60
second year, Including uo of library. For
partlrtilnra adilrt'", G. M. 8TEART,
Dean of Faculty, or
HENRY HITCHCOCK,
Provost Law Department,
7-O-dAw 1 m. St. Louis, Mo.
ST. LOUIS
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botween Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
CAIRO, ILL,
la receiving daily new iavoicea of
jvriiiXjiisraBiav q-oods,
Of every description, and at Paicas to Sett THe
Time
THE LATEST STYLES OF
HPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
BONNETS,
HATS, RIBBONS.
TRIMMINGS,
FRENCH FLOWERS,
NECKTIES, COLLARS.
UNDER SLEEVES,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other article kept In
First Class Millinery and Trimmings Store. To
ce sold alth yery lowest figure.
wrCell and e her. No trouble to ahow
floods.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HA NNY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TiajECiaSTGrS.
CHECKS,
AXD
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTRA,
CASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPAUAS
LUSTERS,
jGROS 9RAIN SILKS,
I POPI.IS8.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
OIL; CLOTHS,
UATTINO,
Window Hbssdel,
01 LT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Uls Essllra NtoeU
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER 8TH. ST. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Culro, IIUssolsu
aeptltf
waoohi.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
E&I sl .tiutl rlii-'juiuiiniiks n VI A
For Salo at Wholesale o Retail
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO I.EVE
novlltf
Cairo, Illinois.
P. CJAMRLK
PAIXTEHN,
B
KftTABLIftHED Iff IMS
Incorporated by an act of the State
Legislature In 18.13, It lias experienced unin
terrupted success and continues to offer the
student every facility for acquiring a thorough
CLASSICAL ANIt COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate for ndmlSKlon not person
ally acquainted with nomo ono of tho Fac
ulty mnt produce proper testimonials of
(rood moral character.
Bulletin are sent throe times a year to the
parcnta or guardian 0f the nudentu, to In
form them of the conduct, health and
Improvement of their on or wards. An
experienced physician dally visits the Insti
tution, and tho greatest care and attention
arc bestowed on the sick.
terms :
Board and tuition, pcrsesslon, ten months,
em '
Tho next sclon begins September 2d,
1872.
Payment must be made quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogue con
taining Instructions to parent, and full par
ticulars, will he sent freo on application to
Rev. .1. O. Zealand, S. .1.,
President St. Louis University, St, Louis,
Mo. 7-11-Owdttw.
AGENTS WANTED
TO SELL THE PARLOR STEEL XNOKAYTNQ
"CHRIST WEEPINO OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Bib Cuts. Eirriiu'e celebrated Enfllah
palntlnic, aad by America's best engraver. Ill
wnosee it want it at onre. Apply to valli.1
, Louie, Mo.
O-JJII4CW
PUBLISUlNd COMPANY, fit,
STATE PRINTING.
Statu op Illinois. )
Snrinirncld. .lulv 1(1. 1H7J. 1
Notice is hereby given that until 3 o'clock
Henry H Meyer. William Stoncr.
EXCELSIOR !
MEYER k STONEH,
House, Sign and Steamboat
PAIITTEBS.
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors : Kalzo
mining and Paper Haagini;; Graining and
Marbleing of every description ; Gilding iu
every Hyle, plain and ornamental.
Particillurnttentlnn paid to Glas (Hiding.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresco and
Banner Painting. Fancy Glas, Show Cards,
(illil. Plain and ornamental.
Call at tho Shop mid examine our work
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed.
tSTAll work cntnt-tcd to our care will bo
promptly attended to.
Shop In Thomas' old stand under the
Perry House, corner Commercial avc. and
8th street. 7-1(1 tf.
rr
WUUD I WOOD I 1 WUUD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, If ssot t'beaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the PoMotllce and at I(os
coal vard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth street, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good nieaturii and will cord the wood
up If desired.
aiilMf DENNIS HALEY.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN MIE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
ha opened out an extensive stock ot
MILLINERY GOODS
AU ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
PLOWBBS,
And an eleirant assortment of
LACES, rRINOES, KID OLOVES, HOSIERY
and all articlea usually kept in a flrsl cUas mil
Unerjr store.
I Mrs. Butnder Invites thepnbljo towsHsM l.
pees her stock, whiah she will Uka it hs
abowlag to old a well a new cus(oarM.
s-Stf.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
THOS."SOUTH,
Has opened a Hanie Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
streeta for the pitrpo-e or MANL'
FACTURIMJ all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Bridled, &c,
Which lm keeps on sale or will makn to
order. Ills motto I : "Oood Stock, good
work, and itistice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
and ill-patch. Give him a trial, you will
tiiul he tlon't propose to ''Stand on a home
smug." augur
ARE YOU GOINO WEST?
If so, take our advice and purchase yoer ticket
over tie old reliable and popular Mtuorat Pa
Cine RaiLaosp, which la positively the only line
running three daily espresa train from HI. Louis
to rianaaa uny anj tne wrsu &ui is pv.ni.ci
the only me which rnna Pollmsn palace aleepere
and tine day coarnes, especially for movers,
equipped with Miller's safety platform, and the
latent strata uiu, rium -7-Cilj,
Ft, ecott, Uwrence, Iavenworth, Atchl
sop. St. Joseph, Nebraaka Oily. Council Itlufla
an Omaha without channel I-or Information n
reitajd to time table., rales, 1c., to any point In
Missouri. Nebraska. KanaM, Colorado, Teia,ad
California, call upon or address H. II Thompaon,
uenl. Missouri Pacific It. H. Columbus. Ohio s or,
K A. Kurd, Oeneral Paasenger Agent, 81. Louis,
tto trouble to answer question a
3-e-wt
rUM MALE
The Illinois Central Kail Road Company bow
offer for sale the following deacrlbed lot lo.firs
Addilioato the City ol Cairo, vlsi
tot OT block an. Lot ss block w,
H " ,- " OT " w,
. 6 ML as " w,
s 'I (1 H,
MM. .1 m m.
.rUma.eW.T.plyto JAMB- nwno
p. 111., on .Monday, August 'imu, sealed
proposals will he reeelcdt the office of the
Sccretar' of Slate, In the city of Springfield,
for the execution of the several clasae of
printing, as hereinafter specified, said print
Inir to he let In separate contract for each
chts. for the term of two vears from and af
ter the first Monday of November, 1872.
Thk First Clam to comprise the printing
of all hills for the two Houses of tho General
Afiiihly, together with such resolution
and other matter as may he ordered by the
two llmi-es, or cither or them, to be printed
in bill form.
Thk Second Class to comnrio tho nrint-
lncr ot the journals of the Senate and House
ofltepresentatlvcs.
thk third class to comprise uic prun
ing of all report, communication or other
documents ornereu nytne wcnerai Assemuiy,
or cither liraneh thereof, or by the Execu
tive Departments of the State Government,
to be printed in pamphlet or hook form, to
gether with the oltimcs of public docu
ments. Thk Fourth Class to comprise the
riming of the laws and joint resolutions.
Thk Fifth Class to comprise the print
ing of all blauks, circulars, cards or other
work necessary for tho tiso of the Executive
Departments or either branch of the Gen
eral Assembly (other than such a shall be
printed In pamphlet or hill form).
Each proposal must distinctly and specific
ally tatcthc prico per thousand ems for th
compo-ltion of all matter embraced in the
proposals for any or all of such classes of
printing the prico tier one hundred impres
sions for all prf-swork embraced In the flrst,
second, third and fourth classes, and the
price per twenty.five Impressions for the
pre-swork contained In the fifth class, at
which the hldderwlll do the work embraced
In the class or classes of printing covered by
his proposals
Each pmpo-al must be accompanied by a
bond, executcti in due form by the bidder,
with at least two good and sufficient sureties,
to bu approved by the Governor before the
same Is filed, In tne peual sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned for the faithful
performance, pursuant to "An act to provide
for and regulate the execution of the public
printing." approved April 9th, 1872, and In
force July 1st, 1872, of such class or classes
of the State printing as maybe awarded to
him; and also for the payment, as liquidated
damages, by such bidder, to the state, of
any excess of cost over the bid or bids of
such bidder, when the State may be obliged
to pay for audi work by reason of the failure
of such bidder to complete hi contract.
Said proposals will be opened at 3 o'clock
p. m. on the said 20th day ol August, 1872,
and will then be duly considered.
Blanks for proposals will be furnished on
application to the Secretary of SUte.
L)WAltD HUMMEL, Secretary ofState.
CHAS. E. LIPIMNCOTT, Auditor P. A.
EBASTL'S '. BATES, State Treasurer
July2012w Commls'r Public Printing.
WANTKD, AGENTS!
tlOO to ruo per montn. everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latest rorrojjd,
most aimpla and peret SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINr: ever Invented. W challenge that
world to compete with it. Pnc only IU , aa4
fully warranted for flv years, making saa
Elaitic Lock Blitcb. alike c both i dew. Jha
same aa all the hifc priced hWSIa
tnachlnea. Also. ,f?Vudi
latest COMMON SENSE FAMILY HEWING MA
CHINE. Price only 111 no. aad fu 7 vsnssM
for flv yeara. Toe machlnea will stluhhesjss,
fell, tuck. mill, cord, biad, braid aad emferetaw
ih a roost superior manner. And are warraala
10 do all work that caa k den en aay bigh BfMwl
machloa In the world. For elreular aa4 term
address St. WTNKOOP A CO..WM Kidjr avessM,
",11, Box, m Philadelphia, Pa. o-aa, I saw
AVOID QUACKS.
A victim of tarty tadlatreitoa, taaeicg r ervewe
liability, premaUire dasksy,sV kariag Uka h
vain very admtiasst rasaasty, aa aaatatw4
stsiDle aseaaataT aWaataV sstalak k sjfl ;bjbb.!.
fl t Kl WsU MsMfSHB. I. M.twMfaLl
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