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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1872.
SIMMONS AND OLOUGII ORGAN COMPANY'S
Grand Combination Organs
Kill ml with the newly Invented
Nrrlbupr'N I'nlftit l"llrlnic Tnlirir,
An invention havingn moat Imtortanl hearing 'in Ihn
futuro reputation of Heed Instruments, by mean nl
which thn quantity of volume of tone I very largely
increased, and tliu quality ol tone rer.ilorel.
mfffH 'ew 'asifrsY afSMssM
fikawafl iwBil iiisUliieTexewaBVW
Equal to tbnt of tlio belt I'lpo Organs of tlio
Our celebrated "Vox Olevte," "Louis I'atont,'
"Voi Humana," "Wilcox Patent" Octato complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" stops, and
All tlio Late Improvements
can he obtained only in these Organ.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
l'llhllatml cry mnralnn, Houdity
RULLKTIN PRINTING 1IOUHE.
On several occasions, tncntton lifts boon
mndo In tlicso columns of Tub Rullktin,
of Improvements mado from tl mo to time,
n Tub Rullktin olllco, but no connected
details Imvo boon given of tlio various de
partments nnd tlio material which consti
tutes the completn establishment.
The present seems itii opportuno mo
ment in which to present thcsodotnlls suc
cinctly, so tint tho public mny form some
Idea, npproaohing accuracy, of "how it is
done" In Tub Rullktin Printing
IN THE KKAIl
of the main building nro located thn Now
(Jompolng, Job and Steam Press Rooms.
T1IK COMPOSING ROOM.
in which many hands nro employed at 250,000 AltE IN DAILY U.SP
caso"and "on tho forms,'' is snug and
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
Ttilrtvflve dlttereut atvlea for the i'arior anil the Church: New ati'l elegant designs i The l.e
tr.aterltl an J workmanship; Quality an I roiuine of tone uneqiialed.
Pricks, $50 to 500.
AflKNTS WANTED IN KVKIlY COUNTV
Address SIMMONS A CLOUOII ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
jIFE JnSURANCE jC
OIF1 3STEW YORK,
Office, No. 00 Liberty Street.
STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DEC. 31, 1871.
ItKCEIl'M IN 1KI.
......... f .S'jI 93
DISIIUKSKMBNTS IN ll.
For death chiln 1JV" oi
surrendered policies,.. 7I,i7 tA
reinsurance anil divi
dends 27,'.v 9V
nttce furniture 3,:V St
Taxes, 13.M1 !
Kxpene nf iiiaiingem't lO.fcW '.)
Ke-inturanee reserve, New
Vera standard 7K,S;'J oi
UainM death rtslrn .. H
- iVAfief) 0(i
Surplus .. laV04
Our Homo Advertisers.
IN TWENTY YEARS,
THE BALK OF
. Kll Wlllll..
IIA8 INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD X OtT 1871.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
I (HI Mile the MiorleM Itmilp
i:iKlil Jllli'H llii-.SIiorK'kl lloitle
TO ST. XiOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CAR.S
FROM CAIRO TO
1ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
DOINO MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT CHEAPER,
DOING IT CLEANER,
DOING IT EASIER
neat, well liglitod and vcntllutod, and con
tains an immenso amount of printing material.
To this department wo have lately added
new type, and stands of the latest patterns
tub J on KOOM
is furnished with tlio very best material
nil tho latest stylos of Job Printing typo,
borders, etc. Wo liavo In use three
tittartiiivtk twiVTJ rf ti-nn nnil fill r fnnllitl P
u.. ........ - " . ...,.,. ...... ..,nl.fl MUOIVV
for printing all kinds of largo Posters and """"
all other kinds of Job Printing from tho ST. liOTJTIS, I For ticket and Information, apply to I. C, K.H,
I I il.iftnf af .Irnf nn hnaril trilt fran.it ilmtnitr !.
elaborato circular of many colors, to a Wholesale Dealers in all kind of TINNKKS' I twc'ii Columbui and Cairo, and at tnoprinclpil
And with greater .atlkfactlon and -aving of
labor than any Stove in u'.
E CHANGE OF CAR.S
O.M OA 1 110 TO
Cincinnati, ulinnapoll, Tole.lu,
uetron, viereianu, igar r.ns,
llutlalo, I'ltl.huig, Wa-hlngton.
Dallimnre, 't'hlladelphh, New Vork.
uofiou anu nil poini mi,
Milwaukle, Janestlllc, Mallon.
LaCrosse, St. Paul ami all point north
this I also tho only direct route to
liecatur, lltoomington, Nnnngehl,
Peoria. Oulncy, Keokuk,
nurtingtnn, Hock laUnd, La Hallo.
Mendota, Dixon, Kreeport,
Ualena, Duhuque, sloui uity,
uinana anu an point nonuwrai
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
Un all Mgut Trains.
Otfgige Checked io nil Important point.
C. W. HENDERSON,
i:ri Cotnmprclal. Avenue,
. . . . ILLS.
f l,II6 6l
Increase In net aet in t71 - I.tvilj :.l
Asanrti, January i, i7.
United Htt- bopd tvn; Ol
llrookljn nity hond...., iVSV) ("
HalebonU Hi 012 SO
Cash on hand ami in tmk. iX',111 II
Premiums In cour nf col.
lectionand duefioinagl' WJ,'J"J J
lAians on nond. ami mort.
Kge,tlrt liens . liV"
Ians on olici. :4,lilS'i
Deferred emt-atiuiinl and
quarterly pretniunn... 110, Mi 0)
Accrued Interest and re
Insurance - So,?! M
Loans on collateral, real
o.tatc and other -Tiintli CI,W W
: f I.OjU.VJI 59
Ratio of to Liibilitis!, 145 per ct.
Nucioerof Policies Issued
during t'71 1,1
Amount of Policies issued
dunnif ls71 'AUI,4Vt
Amount of Pollele. in force
January 1, 1672, with ad-
THE AMOUNT OF POLICIES IS
SUED IN 1871 EXCEEDED THAT
OF 1870 UV JUST $3,000,000,
RHINO AN INCREASE
OF GO PER CENT.
tent ballad, both in rerpect of stylo and In STOCK : and hy all live Htovo Dealera, like
price, are uw-qualed by any olllco in
Southern or Control Illinois. To this
largo stock, now patterns aro constantly
being milled. Six skilled mechanics aro
employed in this department, un
der tho Immedlatu supervision of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanic n Job Printer wliosy good tasto
and skill liavo given hlrn on enviable rep
utation In his trade.
IN TIIK HOOK DKI-ARfUKNT
wo aro prepared to print book? of a thous
and pages or pamphlets of two, in type
of anv ize, at prices in competition with
thos'i of tho larger cities of tho Eat and
TIIK PRESS ROOM,
is in chargo of Mr. L. Casjott, a thorough
and oxporlenned workman. Hero may bo
ecn our new Four-Roi.leii Cottrkm.
and Uaucock Drum Cylixdeii Prkss,
which cost where it stands 54,i)'J0 a press
superior to the celebrated Hoo press, and
on which the tlneit printing can bo donu ;
also, our half-medium Universal Press,
which is, wo have no hc-itation in saying,
tho beat bed and platen press manufac-1
tured in this or any other country. AVe
hnvo also in constant uso tho Gordon and
Degcncr presses, all driven by n
TEN IIORSKPOWKK KMJIJit,
built especially fur The Bulletin, by
Messrs Reed & Mann, and which lias
civen us unqualified satisfaction. It is
Just tho thing a thing of beauty anu
works liku charm. To the hunuing 01
this engine Mr. Monn, who has grown
gray in his business nnd knows all about
it, gnvo his special attention, una we liavo
to thank him for n job wo liavo tested and
not found wanting In uny particular.
Tho Uoiler, Enjino and Shafting were
put in place, and all tho machinery of tho
Press Room arranged and fitted tip by
Mesaw. Rennto A: Co., tho work being
rallroa I ticket office throtnthout the south.
w. i'. jun.5ur, uen i rasa, wnicaio.
A. MiTcttrLL, Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, lB71i
trains win run as ioiiows:
TRAINS III! 1 VI S'H'TMMIT.
Leate Virtlnia. C:40 a. m 1:1 p.m.
Springfield i:0 3:i "
TaylorTille 1U6 ' 6. o '
Arrive at Pana 11.40 ' s.17 "
TRAIN O0INO NOBTIIWIST.
Leare Pana 4.00 a. in a. m
" Tavlorrllle 4.40 4.0 "
Arrive at Spnngfield...0.1'i " C.iJ '
Leare tjprinffieid. n.S 0.10 "
I Arrive at VirKinia 8.5 " S.n "
TRAINS (101 SO f Ol'TIIFAST,
Leave Etlgwood 6.30 a. in. 10.10 p. m
r orSu.HM. e.o .ii.iu
Arrive at Hhawneet'n 3A 5 15
The ditttnetive (txd pemllur (idvanlujc of the Finn of Life fntiminrr adopted
by the (TiiuoW are :
FIRST. Premiums from twenty to thirty per cent, lower than tho.o charged by
SF.no N I). A still I'rmitor reduction in tho cost of Insurance, by a psrticitmtion in
the legitimatu prollts of tho business by the policyholders, on a basis elmilar to that by
t Iia ctrinL-linldnrs.
THIRD. A provision in its policies, wheruby tho safety allorded by a high rato of
premium is secured without expense or unnecessary ounay to inn jioncynuiuur; mu
avoiding the Inconvenience and los resulting from tho payment ot an oxccsivo pre
mium j no less than tho uncertainties and complications of so-called "dividends," with
all tholr deputed methods of division, totally Inexplicable, and generally unsatisfactory
to the insureu.
vni'ltTII Thn tMinriiiitnn pnntnlnml in its nolicits of a defltl to nnd liberal Slirrcn
iler value, at the end of each year, in paid-up life, or paid-up tmn insurance, at tho
nnttnn nf tho nnliov-linldnr.
FIFTH. No restrictions as to occupation, rosidenco or travel, except in cae clearly
nnd manifestly of an oxtra-lmzurdouj character.
SIXTH Amnln sncurltv. Tho ratio of ns'oU to liabilities is 1 1.1 per cent.: or in
other words, the Company has S145 for each $100 of its indebtedness. (.Now York
Tho managers of tho company earnestly ask a candid consideration of their plans,
which have recolveil tho lull approval ot tlio lilgnesi actuarial aim niurcniiiiiu ummiri
ties in tho country, and aro rapidly gaining tho confidence and support of tlio public.
WILLIAM WALK K II, F'resitlent.
JIKNHY J. FUKUKi:, Vicc-Prcsidcnl.
JOHN II. IJKWLKV, fc'ocrotnry
GKOKfiK li MONTACiTK, Actuary.
HDW. V. LA-MMUHT, -M. I. .Mfdical Ksaininur.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Sup'tof Agents, Uloomington, 111.
Illlt AM AV. HUHRARD, Sup't of Agents, for Soulhorn Illinois, Cfliitralia, III
JAMES B. SHELDON, Special Ag't, Cairo, Ills.
fiSTSPECIAL AND LOCAL AGENTS WANTED-j8
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.!
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
W I IR, E CLOTH
for Window bcreens,
FOR SALE, ForSalo r FOR SALE,
VOV. S A LE. J For Bale VO R HALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Qukenstown
10 CAIRO, :::::::: $1820
datlord. Morris A Ca , vents.
Lirerpool Nevr-Tork and Philile)pMa
l.NDia COSiaACT WITH I.VITID 1TATU AKI kKITKH
Our Home Advortisors.
p. 5. sclmhT
St. Louis Advertaemonta.
D. C. JACCARD ft C0 3 il
lustrated Prlct List Mi
Catalogue of WitthaB,Hfw
ard, and D. C. Jaccard I Ca's
Watches, Jewelry, ami StlM
Silver and Plated Wart, Ac.
When in St. Louis you art
invited to inspect their mai
nHlcent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH St., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
erWatchet, Clocks anrf Muiic
Boxes Repaired antl WarraitMl.
Orders by mail promptly atten
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Wnihliifrton Unlveralty.
Tlio rofrular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOltKR OTH, 1872.
Full i-oud-c. two tcnn-sx monthn each.
Stiulcnta ailinlUcil to the Senior Claw on ex
amination by npplloation on or before Octo
ber Mh, 1872. Tuition fee, $80 tint year : SCO
v. f or
Dean of Faculty, or
Provot Law Department,
St. Louis, Mo.
second year, Including use or library,
partlctihiri addrci", O. M. STEA
8-Oil.vw I in.
GUTTER1NO AND ROOFING,
tion, wo recomniend them to pay tho Tin. Sheet iron & Coiter
, i, i .t ...n i !..,. !-ole Anenta for the celchratei
idery u visit, nnd they will be shown "
done under the supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whoso skill and industry wo aro JJHJQ
muter inttii uuiiihiuhd.
In thWdeparttnent Mr. I. C. IIuoli, late
of St. Louis Mo., is tho superintendent.
Ho is a thorough master of his bu-iness,
and, wo venture to say has no superior in
tho United States. If any doubt the as
specimens of hand gilt work for covers of FAME COOKING STOVES,
books, etc., oi great beamy aim eiauoraio Ur1oI(J Movkablk Poixt Stkel Plow
design, from tho medival stylo to tnai oi
tho mot modern. It need, therefore, bo
h:tdlyneces5ary to say, that all work in LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
this CHtablishmcul for finish and durabil
ity cannot bo excelled, and tlio prices "
cannot be competed with
Tho machinery is all of tho very best and
description, amongst which nre a Ruling mCHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
machine, u Illckock stundlng pre, n lOl,
Ilrmln P.H.ln maehliio. a snan now Warranted a sure euro lor amoklng wlilmals
- O'n i i
Rrotn & Cartor card cutter, costing $-50,
Table shears, and u comploto sot of mush- Hll.LINEHY,
lni tools. All work warranted, of what
ever kind. Persons having magazines, S. M 0 G h h,
to bo bound, old books rebound, or gilding On Eighth Street, between Commercial an J Wash-
In lentlinr elc. ntn.. alion d br nL' t 10111 on hkioii Avenue., n uaur rei-emn
... w.j - - - o
For Carrin tho MkIU.
FOK PASSAGE TICKETS
OR rCKTHFH IKrOllUTION
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
l' Ilroailwaj, New-York, rto
ic, &c tc.
CRADLES, Sic, &c.
Al.o manufacturers of
Washington Avenue, Cairo, nois. 51
I It Y UOUIIh,
SCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
HKAI, KNTAT1! AiJKNCV.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
1IETWEKN WAHU'N AVKNUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. FlelJs Informs tne public that he.lmj
L I V K 11 Y S T A Ji L E,
cn thenorthnost aide of Tenth atreet as named
Ills HlaLles will bo furnlslied with nono hut the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
nnd the puhlio mav no aocommodate.l at nil houra
KSV TKltMS. '" U""" 011 11,0 ,,0W'
Dr. Fields ftU ll Him,, r unUlo nalrnnnue
nnd will endeavor to merit It by r deahug uuii
SUTTEU & lUEUWIltTII,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. I.OU1H, MO.
ijtained, Kuameled, Kmboitaed and ground Ulast
ot every nescripiion,
1'ABTIOUI.AH ATTENTION I'AUI TOOIIUHCII
r O rdfrs fnui
lllplV tPilCil o
nil 1 file of tho conn
0.31 haw sm "
ORNAMENTAL IHON WORKS
ROHGItTWOUl), THOd.H. UHOT.
RORERT WOOD & CO.
MM rtldna Avenue. PhllndeUi'ila. l'a.
-FOUNTAINS FLOATING BIVANd
STATUAUY WATER MI.IE4-
HHOIW, ClIAirtS, aETI'EKri, Ao Ac.
NEW STYLE WltOUGUT-inON ltAILINO lor
Front of llouce and Cenioterioa. Never before
CAST AND WUOUailT-IUON UAILING3 for
l'uhllc lliiildinsa nud Bnunres, Cemetery Lots,
and flardeu Ffiiees, Ilalconles, Hoof Croatian,
elc. 111 ureat vnrlaly of Pattern. ,
IKON STAIHS, Spiral unit Btralght, ol various
ntlerns nnd atylcn. Special nltcutlou ive n till"
clasa of worlt, ,. , ,. ,, ,,
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public, IliilldlnBH,
Hotels, and City Htrcen.ot Plain and Hlauoram
"htI'i'iLE FITTINCH, of Cast nnd Wroiipht.Irmi,
ol New Improved Styles, audi nj JIny Hacki,
Hlnll lllVISlons, ilinuKein, immr.. ,
r Wlnilnwa, Kiictory nnd Warehouse Windows,
Itnilinita lor Olllces, Hanks, Counter HalliUKo,
lialcouIeK, Lawn tud Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
(1ATES for entrancn to Oemetorles, Pulilm
Snuaren him! aentlemen'H Country Sent, of (lis
'lutilimor Wrought. Iron, Imth ainulo uud uouhle.
In elaborate and alniplo ileslxns,
DIllNlvINU FOUNTAINS, lor atreet uses. A
very lame assortment of deaiuni expreraly for
CAST-IHON UHINAL I10XES, forpubllo pnrks
OVAL VASKrt, latest styles, eontonnlal pattern.
HITCH1NH POdTS, Jockey, Coolie, Hamhn and
plalu designs. 4 6od.m.
immediately boforo tho Pall rush
Wo have built un In Cairo, from n
very small beginning, a l'rinting Estab
lishment and Hook Itindcry comploto in
nil tholr details, an ustablisment in which
overy Egyptian should take a pride. Wo
uslc no bonus to maintain us but wo
do ask that our people will uivo to us a
liberal patronaco. v o can tin worK ai us ntK.scj FLOWEItS. itlUHONB, TltlMiiiNtii
low linuro? anu as wen ns similar worn of a l nd. Laees. etc.. etc,
Ann 1 1. di-iiin tn 1 f.nnld flhtfwii'ii t lin. I
,",1 1, 1 ,Z.Lr., . 11. ... lc''8 1 asortment o
viiiimu, ....u ..v ...v.u.u.u ...... ... Kiuicy Articles, sucn as
linmn neonlo hnll iintroiza Tilt: llin I K.
tin in preference to printing olllces In tho NKCK TlHK?2LJAtVE4 vAnKlflI'EKVKS'
cities wo have namou. ....
And all oihernrticles imially lound in a
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST WHINCl AND SUMMER STYLES.
ilcBidcs a lull line of
BoacrasTEi'e & hats
ITrhiimed nnd untrlmmed,
Rlankkniiuiki ahead I Wines and Ci
garsl oldest nnd choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Offlce-
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcticc. In addition lo her stock of Fancy
1 m,llltAB ilnn. Id lis. a tin ami nnmnlAt. nu.
Finest of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu- sortment ot Cincinnati Custom Made Ladies
anu Htssea" mioea anu tiiuurepa' noon, iniu b.
unit in Colors. These are acknowledtied to lie
the finest and best shoes in the market, ar.d this
1 the only place In tho city that makes them a
sio overy day. Tho great Liberal and
Democratic reovyiS: Drown drinku eis
Reek, is mndo n specialty, nnd Fredptldos
himself upon keeping tho freshest and
coolest in tho ctlv. Lomonadcs tlio cold
est, mixed drinks ami music tho llncst
Go thoru. i-27tf
Louis Ul.vtau'h saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon very handsomely flttod up, nnd is so
comfortable that It is a plonsiire to whllo
away a spare hour tlioro, Tho bar is
supplied with nil kinds of lino liquor and
wines, nud with tho host of Frosh Lager
Rcor, and Wolss Roor that in dollfiiousonss
cannot ho oxcollod. A lunch, froo to
patrons, is spread ovury day, nnd an nrtlclo
of Sweitzor Choose, thn host in thomarkot,
is always on hand. Mr. Rlautau Invites
tho public to glvo him it call, on Eighth
street, botwoau Commercial nvonuo and
Ohio Loveo, opposite tho Perry llouso, in
Rlzor's building. 7-2. d tf
Go to tho Thalia for tho Lost Wcia
lieor in town 5-21dtf
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
STRIP E S,
KENTUCKY JEANH, 7XTKA,
LARUE STOOK OF CARW4TING
II U Knllrti Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNIK 8T1I ST. AND C0MMERCIAL-AV.,
MTAnLINIIED tS 1MB
BY members of the Society or Jesus, and
incorporated by an act of the state
Legislature in 1332, it has experienced unin
terrupted Mieocss, and continues to offer tho
student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL KDUCATION.
Kvcry candidate for admission not person
ally aciiuainted with soma one of the Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonial of
good moral character.
Ilullctius are sent three tlinei a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to In
form them of the conduct, health ami
Improvement of their koih or wards. An
experienced physician dally visits the Insti
tution, and the irrcate-t care and attention
are bestowed on the ick.
Hoard and tuition, icrscsiloii. ten months,
i lie next seion begins September za,
l'aNiiieutH must be made quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogue con
taining Instruction to parents, anu full par
ticulars, will be tent free on application to
Ukv. .1. U. Zealand, S. .T
President st. Louis University. St. Louis
TO SELL THE l'AKLOR STEEL ENQRAVINO
"CHRIST WEEPING OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Blu Chas. KiDTHat's celebrated Enall.ti
palntlnK, aad by America's best cnjrrarer. All
woo see u want n ni onrp. Appir 10 vabkiir
PUI1LISHINO COMPANY, St, Louis, Mo.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botwoon Washington
and Commercial Aveuuos,
Is receiving dully new invoices of
Ul every description, and at Paicts to Sen Tin
Tim i a
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VAIIDKN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY YAllliKN l'AHASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept In a
First Class Millinery and Trimmings Btore, To
No trouble to show
oe sold at the very lowost figure.
unii tinu see ner.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
haa opened out an extensive slock ol
All ol which aro entirely uew and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPIUBE3
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an eletjnut assortment of
LACES, FHINQES, KID C1LOVKS, HOSIERY
and All articles usually kept in a first-clais mil
I Mrs. Kwander Invites the puhlio localland in.
poet her stock, whieh alia will taka pleaaure III
showing to old at well as uew custorrers.
For Sale at Wholcsalo o Retail
CORNED 32D-ST11EET AND OHIO LF.YEk
novlltl P. OAHBLK
Springllcld. July 10, 1872.
State of Illinois.
Notice N hereby given that until 3 o'clock
Henry H. .Meyer. VilllainStoncr.
MEYER k STONER,
llouso, SIku nndSteamhoat
Decoratint; In Oil or Water Colors : Kal.o-
nilulug and Paper Hanging; Graining nud
Marblciug of every description; (iiidlng in
evcrv stvle. nliiln and ornamental.
l'articularuttentlnu paid to Olast Gliding.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresco and
Jtanncr Painting. Fancy (llasi, Show Cards,
tiiiii, 1'iain aim ornamental.
Cull at tho Shop and examine our work.
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
JSTAI1 work entrusted to our care will be
promptly attended to.
Shop 'in Thomas's old stand under the
Perry Houe, corner Commercial aw. and
sin street. i-iit ti.
Wood i WOOD 1 1 vvoodii
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Cheap, II not t'tirnprr
had any wood dealer in ('alio. Leave order
on tlio slates at tho Postoillce and at Iln-s
coal vard, nu Commercial avenue, between
Tenth ami twelfth streets, ('alio. Illinois. I
give good uicauru and will curd the wood
up If desired.
au?UMf DENNIS HALEY.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
lias opened a Harness Shop on 'Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for the purpose of MANU
FACTURING all klmU of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Uruu.ei-, &c,
'lilcli he keeps on Nile or will make to
ordur. Ills motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and justice to all men."
All kinds nf repairing done with ncatncs
and dispatch. Give hlin a trial, you will
Uud he don't propo-o to 'Stand on a hame
p. in., on .Monday, August 2Uth, 1872, sealed
proposals will lie received at tne omee oi tne
Secretary of State, In the city of SprlngUeld,
for the execution of the several classes of
printing, as hereinafter spccliled, said print
ing to be let In separate contracts for each
elas. for the term of two years from and af
ter the tlrt Mondav of November. 1872.
The First Class to comprise the prlntlug
of all bills for the two Houses of the General
Assembly, together with such resolutions
and other matters as may bo ordered by the
two Houses, or either ot them, to be printed
In bill form.
The Seconk Class to comprise tho print
ing ol the Journals of the Senate and House
Thk Third Class to couiDrise the tirlnt-
Ing of all reports, eouuuunicntions or other
document ordered by tlio General Assembly.
or cither branch thereof, or by the Execu
tive Deimitmcnt orihe state Government.
tn be nriuted in pamphlet or book form, to
gether with the volumes of public docu
The Fourth Class to comprise the
riming of the laws and Joint resolutions.
The Fifth Class to comprise the print
ing ot ull blanks, circulars, curds or other
work necessary for the use of the Executive
Departments or either branch of the Gen
eral trembly (other than such as shall be
printed in pamphlet or bill form).
Eacli proposal must distinctly and spcclllc
ally statethe price per thousand ems for th
composition of all matter embraced in the
proposals for any or all of such classes of
printing the price per one hundred Impres
sions lor all presswnrk embraced In tho first,
second, third and fourth classes, and the
price per twenty-live Impressions for tho
prcsswork contained In the tilth class, at
which the bidder wilt do the work embraced
In the class or e!aes of printing covered by
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond, executed In due form by the bidder,
with at least two (;ood and suOlclent sureties,
to be approved by tlio Governor before the
miiiik Is tiled. In the penal sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned for the faithful
performance, pursuant to "An act to provide
for and regulate the execution of tho public
printing," approved April Oth, 1872, ami iu
I'otve duly 1st, 1872, of such class or classes
of (he State printing as maybe awarded to
hlin; and al.-o for the payment, as llmildated
damiiKcs, by such bidder, to the State, of
any oxeixs of cost over the bid or bids of
such bidder, when tliu State may bo obliged
In pay for such work by reason of tho failure
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said propositi will he opened at '.I o'clock
p. m. on tlio said 20th day ot August, 1872,
and will then be duly considered.
llluuks lor proposals will be luriilshed ou
application to the Secretary of State.
CHAS. E. I.1PPINCOTT, Auditor P. A.
KltASTTS N. HATKS, State Treasurer
July20d2w CominU'rs Public Prliitlng.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If ao, take our advice and purchase your ticket,
over tie old reliable and popular Missovai Pa
nne ItAiiaou, which la positively (he only hue
runulug three dally expresa trains from 8t, Louis
to Kansas Oily slid the weatl aud m positively
ttie only ine which ruua Pullman palace sleepers
nnd tine day coat nee, especially for movers,
equipped with Miller's safely platform, and the
Iiutent steam bruke, From St, Louis to Kansas
lily, Ft. Scott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son, HI, Joseph, Nebraska City, Council blurts
ani Omaha without change I For Information in
re itaid to time tables, rates, Ao., to any point In
Missouri, Nsbraaka, Kansas, Colorado.Texaa.and
California, call upon or address S. II. Thompson,
agent, Missouri Partita R. R. Columbus, Ohio or,
K. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Bt. Louis,
No trouble lo answer questions 3 0-wl
S10Oto20O per month, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce die the latest unproved,
most auupie and pei'eot SIIOTTLK SEWING
MACI1INH ever Inveuted. We challenge th
world to compete iiti it. Price only lis 09, and
fully warranted for live years, making tn
Klastio Lock Stitch, alike nn both sides. Tha
same ns all tho hliih priced shuttle
machines. Also. the eeltbrated and
latest COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWINO MA
CllI.NK. Price onlylia no, and fully warranted
tor live years. These machines will allien, hem,
full, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
in a most aiiiwrior manner. And are warranted
to do ull work that can be dene on any high-priced
machine in the world. For circulars and term
address H. WYNKOOP A C0..2UM Itide avenue,
P.O. llox.iTW Philadelphia, Pa. oM, 3mw
The Illinois Central Kail Road Comptny bow
otterfor sale the following described Iota io.Pira
Addition to the Clly of Cairo, Tls i
Lot 27 block tt. Lot lit block tl,
' IS ' SO, " XI " -iW,
. a s, " ts w.
a m, " si " w,
ii 3 aJ, 33 U.
or terms,. te. apply JAMES JOHN BON,
A victim nr early Indiacrttioe, causing r arvoas
debility, premature decey, etc., havl trlesl t
vein every auveruseu remedt. has tllacovsred 'i,
almtvl miss, a1 r . .. ... ..ill '
fiee to hie fellow suSerers. J H. Bee ee, Ho,