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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1872.
The late Liberal demonstration at
Jlloomlngton, was a big thing. "Wo are
JOHN H, OHKHI.V, Editor and Publisher. ..mott lcmplod tQ M(wt M t slfuc
TEltMS OK THE DAILY Ill'Lt.KTIXs terror to tlio hearti of the Grant mon
one week, ) currier
One year by carrier, In advance
One inontli. by mall
Three month .
One year .
20 ..i i . . ..
10 00 I ' " ,OTer 01 originality, we snail
Till: DOLLAll WEEKLY 11ULLETIN
John II. Obcrly has reduced the tiltcrl-
lion price oi me
to Ono Dollar 1
conilrnln oursolf to not bo so rash.
Mat wo Lo surprised by proof of
tho honesty of a Radical offl
cim, oui uo not, wo beg our ox
! Weekly Cairo Hum.ktin changes, surprlso us out ol our boots by
per nnnutn, making It the , .. ,, . , . ,
uiblMicd In Southern Illinois, telling us that Col. John Foray tho, of tho
of Now York j
TOR VICE r-BMIDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Mobile 'Heglster ' has bocomo k Greeley
man, and calls Liberalism " tho patriotic
I'causol" "Wo could not endure tho
rott hecretarv op state.
ron ai'iutor op rtmt.ic accounts.
ron HTATn treasurer,
CHAltLKS N. LAN PHI EH.
ron attorney nrNKiiAi..
JOHN 11. EUSTACE.
ron clerk supreme court northern
ron ci.r.nK supreme court central
DAVID A 1UIOWK.
ro clerk or suriiEME court southern political advonturor,
liKA.-Sli UM IMO,,
K. A. D. WILHANKS.
ror. coxaitr...- eioiiteenth ditrht,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry Comity.
member hoard or equalization,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HAKMAS x a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We aw authorized to announce It. s. YO
COt as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
Senator Doolittle Is awakening tho
echoes in Maine. If tho Liberals had a
j few moro workers liko Doolittlo up in
that "far country," tho Greeley men nil
over the land would bo singing Hfter tho
election noxt month, "have you heard the
' news from Malno ?" but wo are fearful
tho other other side will do the singing,
Malno is, to bo candid, n mean sort of a
state, and theroforo hopelessly Radical.
Senator Locan is not In his element
when ho is dofondlng tho iniquities of
Radicalism. Ho looks out of placo. Ho
ought to bo in tho Liberal party, and
would bo If ho did not like monoy more
than he does principle If ho wcro not a
There ii more for
Logan and his friends in tho Radical
party, and, thorofore, Logan remains In
A 'Horald' special fromRalolgb, N. C,
says : Thoro aro so many instances of il
legal Informalities in numorous Kcpubll
can counties, which will cause to be
thrown out so many counties and precincts
and wards, when tho Legislaturo meets,
as probably to elect Morrimon Governor
of the State by a handsome majority, with
out the moro disagrecablo necessity of
contesting tho election.
Irtho Radicals really desire the votes
of the Cairo negroes they would do well
to send soma other man than Logan to
exander county, at the ensulns election. In wht,rr coaxing words Into their ears.
ovembernext. Thev are brutes, as Lon held thm
be, if they can tolerate a man who pro
posed to sell them out of freedom into
slavery whenever they might
have the audacity to place their feet upo
the aacred soil of Illinois.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We aro authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At-J
toraev, at tho ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announee PETER
SACP as a candidate for Sheriff at the enmr
ing November election.
Wo aro authorized to announce IIAJflL-
TON mVEf as a candidal for re-election
to the oiflco of Sherid'of Aiexaudor county,
Wo aro authorized to announce JOHN
MaEWEN as a candidate for Sheriff, at the
entiling November election.
Wall question, has Induced us to aclzo our
pen and answer hli Interrogations,
Tho first is as follows:
Was not a petition drawn tip and signed by
Crawfordf w,,h,w fvor of Judge
We are authorized to announee JOHN
H. GOS53LVN as a candidate for re-election
to the otlice of Coroner, subject to the decU
slon of the Democratic Convention
'There are sixteen weighty reason why
Grant should never be president "Coldx.
'Grant U a man without knowledge to
preside over a caucus. Logan.
"Grant it making money out of his posi
tion, and that's alt he cares about. Sumter
Tai sapient New Orleans 'Times savs
ponderously, "The Ienon of the North
' Carolina election may now be advan
taguouslv pondered.'' True, most noble
Dullness ; but wherefore ponder upon a
subject so disagreeable ? Let us rather
commence about the duty of resignation,
the certainty of death shrouds, coffins,
and grave worms. That election was as
corrupt as a ch&rnel bouse! The thought
of it makes our gorge rise. Let us change
the subject, if you please.
"I know Gen. Grunt better than anv other
man In the country can know him. It was
my duty to study him, and I did so night
and day, when I saw him and when 1 did
not see him, and now I tell you what i
KNOW, IIECANNOTOOVERNTHIS COUNTRY.'
Stcrttary EJicin SI, Stanton.
Farnbtvortii bolieves tho olection of
Mr. Greeley will bring peaco, good order
and fraternal good will to tho South.
Tins morning we republish tho Now
Hampshiro spocches of Greeley. In yes
terday's Bulletin they wero " mixed "
In tho mnko up.
Senator Wilson has gone home from
Indiana, sick. Indiana does not ngroo
with tho Radicals. It is nn unhealthy
State for all that sort of people.
Hon. Ebon C. Ingorsoll, ono of the best
stump orators in tho Union, is a Greoley
man. Ho bas heretofore been of the
roost ultra of Republicans.
Senator Sumner has written a lettor
to Hon. A. D. White and furnishes proof
that Grant did refuse to invito Frod.
Douglats to tho Whlto House because
Fred, was a nigger.
In 18C0 this State glvo Lincoln 24,001
majority. In 18G4 she gavo him a major
ity of 19,180. In 1808 Grant's majority
was 51,403. In 1871 the Republican ma
jority was roduced to 1C.C81.
Ex-President Johnson, In a speech at
Knoxvlllo, on tho 11th Inst., said he ac
cepted Greeley on principle Ho enjoys
him as much as he would quail on toast.
Mr Johnson is a wise man.
The diamond fields of Arizona and
New Mexico aro now tho excitement tho
richest In the world. Wo liavo tho fever
but must tarry until wo havo aided In the
election of the great and good Qreeloy.
"Havk you heard from tho Old North
'State? How gaily breaks the morn I'
iboutod the Rockport (Ind.) 'Democrat,'
gushing over the first returns from
North Carolina. How can the ' Demo
crat 'get down again?
Atxlkobam from Nashville, Teiincssco,
My: "The nomination of- Langdon C.
Haynei, for Congress, In Momphis, gave
1 exquisite felicity to tho people of this
fcitMd city." Precisely. Why not?
WJm you do put it on, put it on thick
"WAKE UP I
Tho Illinois State 'Register,' a paper for
which we havo a decided affection, under
the caption, "Wako Up I" blandly re-
In the extreme MUtheni part of this state
nothing at ull nccmsto bo doing bv the liber
aN. hMwclally U this the cabo in the 18th
mid lth WallV mid Muridiall'x districts.
Iho Grant radicals uro quite active In that
portion of the statu, und are already at
work, while wc havo not observed anv move-
........ ... ..it i .. ,... ... . ...
auk-Hi in mi, in we way oi organizing or ap
pointments for speakers among our friends.
jii inn- oiuer portion oi tlio state the liber
als aro holding Immense meetings and organ
g, providing their speaker, und irhliiir
every evidence of life. The executive com
inltteo will, in a short time, publish a list of
appointments for speakers fully covering
every portion of tho state, but our liberal
friends In no locality sluiuld wait and de
pend upon this as their means for public
speaking, but go to work at once, and press
into the scrico whatuur material they have
In their respective localities. Now U the
mm hi niirK I'lieciuaiiy aim push the enemy
to the wall. A e hope our friends in lower
hgypt will see the Importance of putting on
the war paint at once, and making the light
hot from now until utter the flection.
Might we without offonso, and in the
interest of peaco, suggest to tho 'Register'
that its friends in "lower Egypt" know
precisely what they are about, und, In nil
klndnoss, request tho 'Register' to look to
tho intorcsts of tho cnuso in Its own local
ity? The Llberuls in that part of tho
Stato aro monopolizing all tho oratorf, but
thoy know vory littlo about tho propor
manner of conducting a canvass. Whilo
thoy woro yet Democrats boforo the
scales fell from their eyes thoy were groat
blunderers in politics.and clung toobsoloto
ideas, resenting the wise suggestions of
wiio men, and in particular of tho wise
Bullkti.v, (this slight ogotUm must bo
pardoned), ns tho suggestions of untrue
Democrats. And now, having at last got
into tho path of our marking out boing
new converts to a faith in which we
have, (to use a figure of speech) grown
gray, tho capital Liberals aro putting on
tho airs of leaders-aro beating gongs,
and shouting and choori.)g-lOKvinK us,
tho pioneers IntboLlberalcauso.noglccted
nnd alono to work out, in our quiet way, a
victory in Egypt that will astonish the
bloviating fuss-makers of Sprlnglleld,
in .n..,i . .
HOW WE WRIGGLE.
The 'Sun' of Monday evening, under
the head of " wriggling," asks us sovcral
It is a well-known fact that we are of
an accommodating disposition, and repliei
to the questions are therefore, we aro
aware, expected of us. This fact, coupled
with tho information that ono of tho weak
nesses of tho good old soul of the 1 Sun '
Is the procurement of information on th
i no Drier roply Is 'Wo." There was n
petition of tho kind, or any other potltton
to Mr. Wall, "drawn up" or down j and
of courso, no prominent Domocrats signed
it. Will tho 'Sun' allow ui to Imitate its
question-asking examplo, and inquire
"How could they havo done so undor tb
circumstance ?" Wo know a catagor-
Ical roply to this Important question would
seriously Injure tho political prospects of
tho hopoful Mr. Clemonti, but wo do hope.
in the interests of those high-toned prlncl
pics to which tho 'Sun' it tied, that it will
not shrink tho duty of telling us how, in Its
opinion, promlnont Democrats could have
signed a petition which was nover "drawn
Tho second question Is:
.i.D.ld 'i?.1."10 cdl.tor of T,,K Bulletin sign
that petition, and was not thin sinn irnmi.i
anu encouraged by John M. Palmer, Lyman
Trumbull and Gtistavus Koerncr?
"No" is also tho briof and truthful ro
ply to this question ; but, of courso, the
magnitude of tho stupendous interests in
volved the 'Sun's' and tho meek and
gentle Cloments' peaco of mind boing
among them wo must emphatically say
that the editor of Thk Bullktin did not
Ign that petition, or any other petition to
Wall, and that Palmer, Trumbull and
Koorner have not put tbolr oars into tho
olltics of this part of tho Stato. And
now we beg leavo to ask the 'Sun,' in all
seriousness: "Ain't It?" Our nnfohW
1vi"i t ono glance of his Intelligent oyo,
seo tho importance of this question, and
we hope to use his own language ho
may not "wrlgglo not a little" in replying
The third question Is:
Did not the executive rnmrnlitu ot
on Thursday, consider the propriety of this'
We were at Anna, and if the committee
acted upon any proposition contemplat-l
Ing the withdrawal of Mr. Wall, it did
not do so whilo wo were present. The
committee was convened for the purpose
of organization, and, after it had trans
acted that business, it adjourned. Of
course, the general situation was discussed,
ti.:- ..?. I. . i i.
Y.nuurawai matter was, we are
informed, informally mentioned; but n
lormal action was taken on it. It wasdis
missed withoutaction, every member pres
ent being satisfied that Wall could carry
the district, and secure an election by a
Tho next question is:
Charter! March 81, lsne .
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. n airtrnnn t, .1
8. 8. TAYLOR, vWl'reiidrnt j
II. IIYHLOP, (WreUrr sort Tre
lutlon to prove not unworthy of such
The fact that it reposes, also, upon the
declaration of principles afflrmod by the
Liberal Republicans at Cincinnati, and
proclaimed, without amendment, by the
Democratic party at uaiumore, gives as
surance that in this combined expression
there is sought only tho dolivcranco of tho
nation from a prosont great peril to it
peace and it liberties. To that end all
minor consideration havo beon suuonnna
ted, an Illustration presented to tho coun
try of unselfish patriotism rather than
any stickling for partisan advantage
wnicn snouia convince orino porioci sin
cerity of this movement. It has involved
no surrender on either part of any former
convictions, it na not ooen negotiated
or bargained. It origin was from tho
Though dlfToriiic In tho cast on some
issue ot great magnitudo, yot, now that
they aro settled, there is a hearty concur
ronco between us all upon the vital ques
tion agitating the public mind. What
conduct of national affairs that involves,
your convention baa well tot forth in it
latform, and it truo accord with the
lemocratio idea that cuided our earlier
administration Is the best guaranteo that
it will rcstoro coual rights, tranaull de
velopment, and constitutional rulo.
Pormlt mo, also, gontlemon, through I JL percent, eraaatim, March Island Hopicm-
you, to express my thank, to tho great 2Ti; iiri2T..!KlTra
masses of your parly who have since rati- girlo them compound Intrisi. ' 1
noa your action with such signal unsni- uarrikd womkn and children mat
in 1 tv. ana to sav to tnoni that 111 accent- tixpoatT udhiv
ini thfilt nnmtnilttnn. 1 An an liallnvlnfr I U mil no n luiptu tin 1,
tlinra U nnl,lnn In l,..n n. t Open CTerr builnf.s ilnr from .m. to a n.m..
that should prevent the most cord i 7Z tZXWtLYXM10' HAV1N0 VKPoii1
oporatlon, iionceforth, In behalf or tho pol
icies proicntcd. In concluding, it is
proper to stato that a sovoro illness has in
tervened sinco the reception of your com
munication, which has delayed this reply
unui my rocovery ana return nome.
With vory great respect,
Signed B. Gratz Brown.
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THE CITY NATIONAL
KIOHTY THOUSAND CIIASSEI'OTS
Tho Hartford. fConn.1 'Evonlnp Post'
says that General W. W. Franklin and
Mr. t. W. Kunkel, of the Colt's firearms ivimmi T
anufacturinc comnany. of that citv. who flLi
navo recontiy returnea rrom liuropo,
brought with them an order from tbo
Prussian government for elchtv thousand
Improved Chassopot cuns, to be used with
motalllc cartridges. The guns are simi
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will be cocked bv the throwing back of
tuo oreacn-picce, thus combining threo
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ished in four rears and tho post will hn
about one million dollars. This will
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. .... luuiK. i,,o lunas-six montlis each
Muilcnts admitted to the Senior Class on ex
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIUE WOKKS, TOYS,
102 Comnierclsl Arenue.
W. P. llALUDAY, President;
ESTABLIMIIED IN 1S20
fuufhUuWiy' Vice-Preildean ' TD Y members or the Society of Jcsu., anil
A. Il, HAKhoKl), Csshler; Jjliicorporatcd by an act or the State
" oi.wi , abbiiuioi casaier.
NEW YOltK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARISTV STOCK IN THE CIT,
GOODS SOLD VEKY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth street ssd Com
. C. O. I'ATIEIt.
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FKUITS. EGOS, LAltD
FHKSJI HUTTEit, ETC.
And llnallr. did not Mr un .
Willingness to wftlwlrntr If tho
Mr. Wall has always been willing to
withdraw If his friends believed the inter
osts of tho Liberal cause required; him to
make such a sacriflco of personal feeling
Before his nomination, In tho interest of
Liberal harmony, in the hopo that his
withdrawal might givo that strength
which grows out of harmony, Mr. Wall
desired, and indeod was vory anxious, to
decline to make tho canvass; but events
which ho could not control, tho discus-
ion of which at this timo would not
bo wise, compelled him to accopt
tho nomination, which was tendered to him
by a largo majority of the convention on
tho first ballot. Sinco bla nnmlrmilnn
theeamo patriotic impulse has guided
bis action, and ho has uninformly said
Gontlemon, do not let my porsonal fool-,
ings stand in tho way. It the interests 1
of tbo Liboral causo can bo advancod
U nA..1n,. 1 XT ...
.. uiv.iij anu rvuurnur can ootaln one
'vote ovon by sacrificing mo, off with my
'.hoad. 1 will willingly retire in favor of
'any gentleman tho propor authorities of
'the party may dotormlne to
'bo strongor boforo tlio people
'than I am." This is tho language
of a man worthy ot tho respoct, tho confl
denco and tho enthusiastic support of
every democrat and Liboral in tbo
Eighteenth district. It is not tho lan
guage 01 an ollice-seeker. Wo do not
dony that wo woro anxious to havo Craw
ford nominated, but with .Mr. Wall wo
are pcrfoctly content. Uo Is a gontloman,
a scholar nnd a patriot. As a representa
tive ol this district, be would bo careful of
our intorest, and ho has tbo ability to do
fond thorn from arsaults of every kind and
from whatovcr quartor.
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A SHORT, SENSIHLE LETTER.
St. Louis, Aug. 10. Tho lottor of gov
ernor Drown to J. It. Doolittlo. accepting
tho nomination for Vice Presidont by the
Ualtlmoro convention, is as follows :
Executive Department, 1
.iKFFEitsoN Citv, Aug. 8, 1872. j
1 have tlio honor t acknowledgo tho re
ceipt of your communication advising mo
,.iin , c," unanimously nominated
as cand ldato for tlio Vice Prosldencv of
the United Stale., by t, VvSl
National Convention at Ilaltlmore.
lot this mark ofconildonce on tho part
of so Urge ajrepresontatlvo bod, of my tel.
low-citizens, I eannot too deeply exnrois
my grat ludo The dlstinct'lo'n UP0, "
which I ieol to bo, in a great measure
undeserved where so many moro suitable
could have beon found ; and yet that fool
ing will render mo doubly solicitous
should your action be confirmed, to dis
charge the duties of that high place with
fidelity to your trust, with devotion to the
public interest, and with inflexible reso-
are compounded in the most approved style.
tSTComo and sen foryourst ir. They keep
on hand a line stock or
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND nOL
aro spread morning and cvcnlnj
pate irce ol charge.
o'clock, at which all are invited to partlcl
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B0 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - S5 00
0J " " " ... i 00
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4 " Prime Rio CofTeo for - - 100
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8 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
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13 J TENTH STREET,
Doors, Haah, Blind. MoaIdluKa,
Esve Gattera, (wood) Window nnd lloor
rrnasea, Flooring;, Lath,
NblnKlesa, tilnaed Nub, UUaed Nlde
I-lsnU, Cllnaed Tranaoina,
Haab Walshta, Haais Pnllle nnd Cords
Blind raatcalnva, BuoHnir
Felt, BoofluK Cement, Plaaterlun
Paper, Carpet Velt, White
aad, LlasMl OH, American Window
Ulaaa, Envllab nudt'reucli
Plate Glaaa, Putty, GEaaler'a 1'oiuls
Newer Pipe Patent t'blmneyaj
AOENT8 lor.Rock Ulref Paper Company
Blimthlnn Kelt and Ounrlr.lViiin.,1
uJ W Jol"1'H '"'proreJ Hooflns always on
State op Illinois. i
SprlnfrUeid. July 10, 1872. i
Notice Is hereby given that until :i o'clock
i. in., on jjonuay, August mux, 187a, sealed
proposals will be received at the olllee of the
Secretary or State, In the city or Sprinirflcld.
mr the execution or the st.vi.mi ..!.,,..,. ,.r
prlntlnt,'. as hereinafter specified, said print- onto levee, or at t
liiK to bit et in separate contracts ror each St. Charles Hotel..w
class, lor the term or two years from and ar- tlon. The Tuo M(
iv i inn iini jiuuuay oi isovemoer, 187.
Is prepared to supply cuitomer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
'r . . .. 1 ' . . ... . . . . . I . .
.!.,r'.r.'"B compnsc tne iirliulntr
or all bills ror the two Houses (if tin. Cr-iw.r
Assembly, together with such resolutions
I and other matters as mav be ordered bv the
two Houses, or cither of them, to be printed
OHDERS left at Halllday llros. ofllce. 70
the Coal Yard below the
vtll receive urnnint stiin.
MnVTiltli'l 11 III l.rln.. ,.nnl
alonifsldc to steamers at any hour.
The Second Class to comprise the print- BILLIARD
1IIK Ul II1C lUlirillllS OI llll! lllllll fllltl llftiifaA
i he i hiiid class to comprise the print
Ing or all reports, communications or other
documents ordered by the General Assembly,
or either branch thereof, or by the Execu
tive Dcpartmenta or the State Government,
to be printed in pamphlet or book form, to
gothcr with the volumes or public docu
l he Fourth Class to comprise the
rlntlng or the laws and Joint resolutions.
1 hk iktii Class to comprise the print
in f all blanks, circulars, cards or other
work necessary ror the use or tho Executive
Departments or either branch or tho Gen
eral Assembly (other than such as shall he
pnnti'il in pamphlet or hill form).
Each proposal must distinctly and specific
ally stalethe price per thousand em, or the
composition or all matter embraced In tho
J,S).p.i,.''al ,,"V aV' or "" r Mu:l' Masses or
printing- hu price per one hundred Imiires-
0', rri"i lrmwor' ""braced in the first,
i,7.T7 ., . . . .i i ' cmsses, aim me
SALOON AND BAR
JOHN GATED, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, IM.JNOIU
Best brand of Cllfo UCIgarsJust reeelsvj,
UILUAHO saloon furnished with the best
or tab cs j and bar supplied with wines, liquor.
ami cigars or the finest brands. '
AND DfiLia IN
Illlc'U HIT tWCIltV.tlvn Imnm.Ji.n. r,..
presswork contained in the fitih class, at BlQT Street, Between Wasiiimqton
niiicii wiu muuerwiii no tne work embraced AS
I,. 11... ..1... . . I V . " llllllHUL-U
j iiiu u,i,ui ciussus oi iinntiiiL' covered bv
his proposals '
ni Street, Between Wasiiik
and Commercial Avenues,
his proposals J Adjolnlai
U. Each proposal must be accompanied bv a . Re?P ibe
bond, executed in due rorm by tho bidder. i'u!Sb' s,u.'1
. wl Ih at least two good and sulllcicnt sureties " '
to be approved by tho Uovernor before tin t .
sainii is tiled, In the penal sum of ten thou-
rami uiiiiiirn, coiHiiuoiieii lor the ralthlul
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO.
Commercial. av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, nnd for sale at tho
vory lowest figures for cash.
Ii re ordr at the office on Commerclal-ar. at
J ti-i of Klerenth itreet. norl6d-iim.
iuiiiiiiii,iiiuu, iHiniuaiu io "An act to lirovldo
lor and regulate tho execution or the public
printlng.'Mipproveil April 0th, 1872, and In
lifiuuiflliv Ml. ! .. UI Mll'll I'lllku nr .il
of the State nrintliiL' IIS IlltlV tin filni..ln.l ...
him; and also for the payment, as liquidated
damages, by such bidder, to the state, or
anv excess or cost over Dm i.i.i i.i.i: nr
such bidder, when the State may be obliged 108""a wecp.aiullii:
to pay for such work bv reason of tho fuii,. for '"sb meats fl
of such bidder to comiileto his contract. tnoiisanu pounds.
oum jiroposais win no opened at 3 o'clock
i. m. on tho said 'JOth tlay ol August, 1872,
nd will then be duly considered. '
Aujolnlac HI 'teahouse and llanny'a.
ine oesi or ueel, Pork, Mutton Veil.
susKe, etc., .nd are prepared to ssrre
im uiimnKcepinDie manner.
Butcher anii Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetentii and Poplar Sts.,
Huys and slaughters only the best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any del
irom one pound to ten
and Will then be dulv cnnslilornii
It ..nl.u r... ' 1 .."., . ... I .
nV. ".r.7. I ' 'l'aiswiu no urnislicd on Best In the United HUlee,
..lM.w..iiuii ii, mv ntrriuiurj oi state.
EDWAIU) ItUMJIEL, Secretary of State.
CIIAS. K. LlPl'INCOT T, Auditor l A
EHASTUS X. HATES. S t. tn ' T iZL
JulyJOdiw Conimls'rH Public Printing.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so. take our adrlceand Durchtse
nrer lie oiu rename ana ponumr
eiric Uailbosd, which Is positively
running inree aaiiy express trains
WANTED. AO Kntsi
r-t1'0.'? Fer. mon,.1' everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latest improved,
Tnu!ffS'e l"l.Pe',t SHUTTLE SfctYlNt
MACHINE erer lnrnii.H u.' i..ii. " ,V
wo Id to con pete v, Uh It. price on y tl w, and
fiilly narranted for live years, rnaklnir tne
Elastic Lock Bllteh, alike on tx.th sMes. Tho
r.? hi I, '" .'.'"" Priceu shuttle
IIIISVIIIIIDBl A I IS IV . I HIV PBILnFliail i.B.I
latest COMMON SENSE FAMILT HEWING Ma.
CHINK. Price only is no. and fully wawar f ed I
tts.I X L Freehs. Hlta and Sporg" ' Bath,1
Among others 1 keep tliejuillf celebrated
youruckets n, '.",'"!"!""', wumiicn, Hem,
Slisiovsi i'a. :; "-" 'i", iui muu, uraiu anu embroider
the only line ' .V?,"L!UAL'?' And are -arranted
n U.n.su nilv and ... ura.H 1. 1 1101) nS 111 tllM WOf 1(1. Ff ir n( i-ns.l.'.. j ,vc
the only ...e w'hloh runs Pullman pia,S.ie.,'9ri i&Wf f0,' 'uS arenue"
and fine dav coarnes. esDec al v for mnr. ' O. Uox, 11720 Phllade nhla. !. ,."i "il
and fine day coarnes, especially for movers,
quipped wun nuier's raleiy platrorm, and the
tent steam brake, From Hi. Louis to Kansas
nuu I'wu fisi utiiivi mini I'lniiuriis. anu turn 1
patent steam brake, From Hi. Louis to Kansas fOH NAI.E
City, Ft. rtcott, Lawrence, Lsavenworth. Atchl- The Illinois Central Rail r0.,i r...
on, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council lllurts Oder for sale the following. es2f IheT .'?ri?ow
anH Omaha fthout change I For Information In Add lion to the City ol Cairo vi, , lo" ln p,r"
regaad to time tablen. rates. 4c to any point In Lot 27 block 20. ' i!S'lti ,
Mr.sourl. Nebraikn. Kansas, Colorado.teiM.and 18 .-n m' 2J t''?.ek 82'
California, call upon or address 8, II, Thompson, ' ft V i 5i .
agent. Missouri Haclflon.B. Columbus, Ohio i or ' e li' " i
K. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Bt. Louis, S n ,, J gt
No trouble to answer questions s-fl-wl or 'JJ1,'.. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
It is useless to mention their superior qutllllea
as they speak lor themselves throughout th!
c o u it I j jr
I manufacture everything In Tin. Sheet Irnn ami
Copper Weoui o) the vwi '. ml erlal,' ud
have no hesitation In stating that I have a lira-er
and more comp ete assortment of lood' m'n'
Honed than can be found Id thecltr
Countrr dealera win ai i i. .-...
nrimJ .1g,Uie f'K. Hd alt nlltsldj WOrlt
promptly attendeiTto. O. W. HENDERSON
" iw uoiniosreialaTtaut, Cairo, III.