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TIIE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1872.
SIMMONS AND OLOUGH ORGAN COMPANY'S
Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with Itie newly Invented
Hcrlbaer'n Pntent ianllflnr Tube,
An Invention having i moat Imprrtanl bearlne on tho
future reputation t lined Instruments, by tnnn ol
which the quantity of volume of tone la very largely
increased, and the qaatlty of tone ter.ilorod.
Kqual to that of tho belt Pipo Organs of tbo
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louie Patent.'
"Voi Humana," "Wilcox Patent" Octavo complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" atop, and
All tho Lato Improvements
can be obtained only in tliete Organs.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam Avenue,
Thlrtf-rive dlflerent iivlesor the rarlor and the Church i New aud elegant designs 1 The bo
material and workmanship; totality and rolume of tone unequaled.
Prices, 50 to $500.
AOKNT3 WANTED IN KVBHY COUNTY
Addrou SIMMONS & 0LOUO1I ORGAN CO., Dotroil, Mich.
PAUL u. HVIWnAirZ''
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
H'AVE proved . from the moil ample exper
. lence.ao entire succeis: Himple Prompt
elentand Bellabi. They are the only medl.
rioee perfectly adapted in popular ue no sim.
pie that mistakes cannot be made In uslnz thm;
harmless aa to be fre from danger, and no
efflcleataa to be always reliable. They hare rais
ed the highest eommandstlons from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
I, turn rawer, congestion, Inflammations.'.
werau, worm revf r, worm coiie..SJ
Owlnar-eolle ortethlngot infants. W
ttlrrtltsea. of children and adults J
Druemterj, griping, telious colic .21
CIIlravtnorbu, vomiting ...
CMolers. coldi, ljronclilim...i
Mearalsrla., toothache, faceache..V5
Maadiaclses, slek headache. Terllgo'AJ
Byapla b.lloiu atomachr......2S
Wfiflesa.too profile prr,i... f
Cs-oa)B, oo ugh, difficult breattnnx.2t
Halt llbeiim. Erysipelas, Eruptions'
aaaatlana, rheumatic paini.U
Our Homo Advertisers.
raver aaIAcn,chill lever,ague0
Pile, blind or bleeding- ..Mj
0hthlrar, and aore nr weak eye.HS
Catarrh, acute or rhroulc, Influents)
WlsssjB;-'Qitejli, violent coughsVi
Aatkma, oppressed Ueainio - m
Bar Dlaekanrea, Im-mtred hearing!
Graeral Debility, physical weak.K)
BrMy tnd scanty secretions ..M
Has Mekaaaa.alokneia from ridlnvUi
Kldairjr-Olaeaaa, Orate). 5n
Jfarwoeia Ifeallltr, seminal en.l
loos.lntolunUrv Ulcl.ar((f..l CO
ne;Bomes,with one IJ mat or powder
very nereasary to senoue cae..5 on
Kara Moalls, canker- ..... w
VrlmrrWeakiDw, wetting kedo
Pal a fill rlsls), witlnpurn.-.-W
NattorlaKa,Hchaoge of life... 1 00
Bplleiajr,di,ema, lit. VltuManc,l oi
Dlpiberla. ulcerated aore throat 60
Of SS la a iarc vlaia, tnororco
r roatweed caae, eonlalnlaicat
MneelSe far every ordlMary dla
a fatally laaabjeel to, and
lioaks ofdlrerlionn .......rrum flO to !2S
mailer Vaaally and Traveling ca ei,
2).to B8 rials ..irom a to f r
flpeciSe lor all Private Ulaeaaea,
bith lor Carlos "d rur Preven.
five treatment, inTialt ann pocket
casta . S3 to 5 OO
Cures Btimt, Hru.nei, Lainen'ts, rioren, Sore
'I nroat, bpiains, T. othache, Karache, Neuralgia,
l.heumatism. Lumbago, !'iles, llolls, -ttno.aore
Ks, BleelinKof the Lung., Nose, fclomtch, or
tt files, Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores.
Price, 6oi., Ml cts. : Pints, II 60; Quarts, Jl T3.
ar these remedies, excei t Pond's Kxtiact, by
Die case or single oox, are sent to any part of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on
f-celpi of the price,
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Once and Depot, No. Utl Ilroadway, New.Tork.
FOR BALE BY P. O. SCIIUll, UAlIlO, Ills,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
IIOBKRI WOOD, Tn03, H- HOOT.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
1,130 Ridge Arenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
For Decorating Fountains,
VERANDAUS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
ARBORS, CHAIRS, BETTEBH, Ac, Ac.
.NEW STYLE WROUQIIT-IRON RAILING for
Front of Houce and Cemeteries. Nerer before
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON KA I LINOS for
Public Buildings and Squares, Cemetpry Lots,
and Garden Fences, Dalconles, Roof Crestiugs,
rU, in great rariety of Patterns,
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and straight, ol various
i alterna and styles. Special attention giren this
c'ais of work,
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public Iluildlngs,
Hotels, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
STABLE F1TTINOS, of Cast and Wrought-Iron,
ot New Improred Strips, such as If ay Racki,
Mall Dlrlilons, Mangers, Harness Brackets, Gut
ter, Traps, Ventllaiors, Itc.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
fiuarda of Crimped Wire.aalraulicd rr Painted,
in Hlain or Ornamental Patterns, for Storo Doors
r Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Offices. Hanks, Counter Hillings,
Jlulcoules, Lawn tnd Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
GATES for entrance to Cemeteries. Publln
hquarea and Gentlemen's Country Seats, of (Ha
'lublng or Wrought-lron, both single and double.
'"JflfiS!?;0. """a aimple doslgus,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor afreet uses. A
very large assortment of designs exprersly for
this purpose. r
CAftT-lRON URINAL BOXES, forpublio parks
nd city street!, r '
mTONWStt,"1 f ''!"" owtennlal pattern.
. i V?., 0 P0;JTSi Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
plain designs. 4-H end-Cm,
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Hsp, take our advice and purchase your tickets
over tje old reliable and popular MTitsovai Pa
cirio Riliiosp, which la positively the only line
j unnlng three dally express trains from Ht. Louis
tn Kansas Oily aud the weatl aud is positively
the only tne which runs Pullman palat-o sleepers
nnd tine day coaches, especially for movers,
equipped with Miller's safely platform, and the
i ntent steam brake, From St. Louis to Kansas
thty. Ft. acott, Lawrence, Leavenworth. Atclil
ron, Bt. Joseph, Nebraska Oily, Council Ululla
anj Omaha without change I For information In
regajd to time tables, rates, Ac, to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas.and
California, call upon or address S. H, Thompson,
ent.Mlsiourl Pad Bo R, R. Columbus, Ohio ; or,
K. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Bt. Louis,
fo trouble to answer question! 3-6-wl
BATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tn n superb hair dye is the hjt In the world
rerfeolly harmless, rllabia and InstauUneous,
Nodlsappolulraent. The genuine W. A.BaUhe
Inr'i Hair Dye produces immediately namril
olatk or brown. Does not stain the akin but
eavi tn hair dean, toft and beautiful. The
ul sa'e nd penect hair dye. Sold by all drug
W Faotorv, ta Bond St,, N, T. n
? m S
2 o S
DETAIL AND PHESCIUPTIOX
Cor. Wnahlngtnn Av. anil ElKblh Ht.,
PtriLY O 3? 23 1ST ED,
Where we will Keep
A V O M l L E T B S T O C K
KAXCY AXD TOII.KT AUTICI-HS,
SICIv.ROOM AND MIRSKRY APPLIANCES, 4c,
Our Pure SPAKKLIXO SODA AVATKIt
CJENUIXE VRVYV SYRUPS
Can not lie excelled , A'e uNo draw the
IJ L U E L I 0 K W A T E J S .
Alio, a rliolce lot of (,'ljrnrn. ol extra (itial
Ity, cold at rcnaoiinlilv prlffd. Our
"Will roceivo capeclnl attention nnd eare,
liclnc at all hotm In cliarp) of competent
ami careful patties. Prescription carefully
compounded at all hours day ur night.
NOXE BUT THE PUREST AND REST
Publlalicd everjr morntna;, Momliiy ex
RULLKTIX PRINTING HOUSE.
On sovcral cccnslons, mention liai boon
mado in tlicio column of Tim Rui.i.&tin,
of Impro vctnetits inado from tlmo to time,
in Tiik DuLt.KTi.v ofllec, but no connected
dctaili liavo boon given of tlio vnrious dc
pnrtincnts nnd tho material which oonstl
lutes tho comploto otablithmcnt.
Tho prcwnl comt nn opportuno mo
ment in which to prcjcut tlicto dctuili suc
cinctly, to thit tho public may form sotno
Idea, approaching accuracy, of "how it it
dono" in Tub Dullbti.v Printing
IN TIIK HKAlt
of tho main building arolpcntcd tbo News
Compoilng, Job nnd Steam Press Room's,
THE COMPOSING- ROOM,
in which many bands nro employed "at
caio"nnd "on tho forms," is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, und con
tains nn immenso amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo havo lately added
now type, and stands of tho latest patterns
TIIK JOll ItOOM
is furnished with tho very best material
all tbo latest styles of Job Printing type,
borders, tta. Wo havo in tuo Timer.
IIUNURKD P0NT8 of type, and our facilities
for printing all kinds of largo l'oters nnd
ail other kinds of Job Printing from tho
clnborato circular of many colors, to n
cent ballad, both in rerpect of stylo and in
price, nro unequalcd by nny ofllco in
Southern or Central Illinois. To this
largo stock, new patterns nro constantly
being added. Six skilled mechanics uro
employed in this department, also tin
dor the imniodI.it'! supervision of
.Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, u master me
chanic a Job Printer whoso good taste
and skill havo given him an enviable rep
utation In his trade.
IN TIIK HOOK DEPARTMENT
woaro prepared to print booktof a thous
and pages or pamphlets of two, in typo
of nny size, at prices inj competition with
thoo of tho larger cities of tho Ea't nnd
THE PltEHl I'.OOM,
is inchargo of Mr. I.. Cassctt, n thorough
and experienced workman. Hero may bo
seen our niw I'ocit-itoi.i.Er. Cottiikm,
AMI llAllCOCK DllUM (JVMNI)EH PltESS,
which cost whero it stands 54,000 n press
superior to tho celebrated Hoe press, and
on which the finest printing can bo dono ;
ulso, our half-medium Universal Pkess,
which is, wo havo no hesitation in saying,
tbo best bed and platen press manufac
tured in this ornnyothor country. Wo
havo also In constant use tho Gordon nnd
Degener presses, all driven by n
ten horsepower enoine,
built especially for Tiik Bulletin, by
Messrs. Jteed & Mann, mid which lias
given ui unqualified entufuction. It is
jutt tho thing a tiling of beauty and
works ltko n charm. To tho building of
this engine Mr. Monn, who has grown
gray In his business and knows all about
it, gave his special attention, and wo have
to thank him for a job wo havo tested und
not found wanting in nny particular.
The Boiler, Engine and Shnfting woro
put in place, nnd nil tho machinery of tho
Press Boom arranged and fitted up by
Messrs. ltennio A Co., tho work being
dono under the supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whose skill and industry wo ure
under many obligations.
In this department Mr. I. C. Huels, lato
of St. Louis Mo., is tho superintendent.
Ho is n thorough master of bis butir.es,
and, wo venture to say has no superior in
tho United States. It any doubt tho as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay tho
bindery a visit, nnd thoy wil. bo shown
specimens of hand gilt work for covers of
books, etc., of great beauty and elaborate
design, from tho medivnl style to that of
the most modern. It ncod, therefore, bo
baldly necessary to say, that all work in
this establishment for finish und durabil
ity cannot bo excelled, and tho prices
cannot bo competed with.
Tho machinery is all of tho vory best
description, amongst which nro a Buling
machine, n Hickock standing pres.', a
Hoolo Paging machine, u span new
Brom & Carter card cutter, costing $250,
Table shear?, 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 gilding
in leather etc., etc., should bring thorn on
immediately beforo tho Fall rush.
Wo havo built up In Cairo, from a
vory smnll beginning, n Printing Estab
lishment nnd Book Bindery cnmpleto In
all thoir details, nn establlsmont in which
every Egyptian should take a pride. Wo
ask no bonns to mnlntnin us but wo
do ask that our pooplo will givo to us a
liberal patronage. AVo can ib work at as
low figures nnd as well as similar work
can be dono in St. Louis, Chtcngo or Cin
cinnati, and wo theroforo ask that our
homo peoplo ahull patrol Tun Bulle
tin in preferenco to printing offices in tho
cities wo have named.
Castoiu a Is a sciontlilo vegotablo prop
nration ; n perfect subitltuto for and more
ell'ectivo than Castor Oil, nnd is ploasunt
to take. It clcantes the system in n most
remarkable, mannor; dooi not distress or
gripo, but oporates whon nil other reme
dies havo failed. It is certain to supur
codu Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
nil oinor I'urgati vo and oxciting medicines
Tho Castoria contains neither Minoruls
Morphino.nor Alcohol. By Its omollont
soothing eilect, it assimilates tho food nnd
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying mid toothing children
It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup nnd kills
Worms. Muku your druggist send for it :
ho will nlwajs kcop it, its every family
musi navo it. it costsbut thirty.fivo coutt
a bottlo 0-28wH
A Puook. Nothing is better proof of
tho oxcellouco of an article than tho fre
quent imitations of it.
These- countorfeites aro tho universal
tribute which wortlilessncsspnys to merit,
Vho sterling worth und popularity of tho
barter Oak Stovo Is nttosted by this
St. Louis Advortsomonta.
D. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Sr., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
ftsrWatcheg, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.-
Orders by mail promptly atten
MARVIN'S A HE TIIE IJKST:
AI.fM AXI) DBY PLAsTEK
FIIIE, BUKGLAB & DAMP PROOF,
IT South Canal Street, Chlcogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.
Tho regular annual ti-rm of this Law School
will open on
WEPXISDAY, OCTOIJKIt 0TII. 1872.
" Full course, two lentv -Iv months, each.
Student admitted to the Senior Chi", on ex
amination by application on or before Octo
ber "ith, 1872. Tuition feu,sS0 first yi-ar; $fl0
seointi ) car, iiiciiiiiiug use oi uurarv. i t
particular!, nddrcs. O. M. S'l EABT.
Dean of Factillv, or
Provo't Ltw Department.
7-fi-d.tw 1 m. St. Louis, Mo.
i:staiili.mii:i IX 1SUU
BY member.- of the Society or .lesu, and
Incorporated by an act of the State
l.t'l-latuielu 1M2, It has experienced unin
terrupted y"Ucce-, and continue to olfer the
student every facility for acquiring tt thor
ough CLA iICAI. AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION,
Every candidate lor admission not pcr-on-ally
acquainted wilh some one of the Fac
ulty uiti-t produce proper te-tinionlalt of
good moral character.
Bulletins are mul three times a year to the
parents or guardians of tlie student, to In
lonu them of the conduct, health aud
improvement of their sons ur wants. An
experienced physician dally iit the Insti
tution, ami tho greatest care and attention
are bestowed on tho sick.
Board and tuition, per.-e.slon. ten months,
The next sc-ion begin- September 2d,
Payments mu-t be mado qtiarterlv, or
semi-annually, in advance. Catalogues con
Uiliilntr iu-tructioiis to parents, and full par
ticulars, will be sent free on application to
Bev. J. (J. Zealand, S. .1.,
President St. Louis Universitv. St. Louis,
.Mct'OltMICK A I.YO.V, A(eiil.
TO SELL THE PARLOR STEEL ENGRAVING
"CHRIST WEEPING OVER JERUSALEM,"
Krnm hmftiu. Kiitlike's rf!t-rte. English
painting, avl liv A'neilcVa bpt engraver. All
whofcfl It want II onro. Apply to VALLEY
1'UBLISlllMJ C( Ml'ANV.SI, lJuuii, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
TIIP.EE YE AllS IN A MAX-THAP
Ily T S. ARTHUR, the author ot tho world,
lamous loot:, 'Ten Mclitt m ft Har rrom."
" iimt YtAtis ti a Man i'np,' 1 th- erowr.inK
u-otknf the nuth r' tile, nnd old Aitent.t say ilicy
never knew h l ook to tell like it. tin agent Id
M opus Inthreeilays; nLotli-r So in Imif Ia.
llcautitully bntiml ami lllustmted. Extri terms
to ninits. Apply to K. A. liUrCHI.SsoX t co
6 2 N ri'xth -i., .t. Lonl. M
Our Homo Advertisers.
hoot axi) Mioi: srom:.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Commercial Ave., nonr Athcncum.
Keep on liaud a good nnortmeiit of
LADIES' GA ITERS AXD SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And MIssoj' and Children's Gaiters nnd
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They nro ulo prepared to supply Ladies nnd
Oentlimen ith II. u IIKir UK ottUi' WORK, ot
Our Homo Advertisers.
ctirm limt iinfv roiiuieiiilnn.
i. i'i ri'i:i(s.
H. T. GEHOUJiD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
0 AH I'lXTVKEN,
Oas Fitter's ami Plumber's material, Woctf
pumps, Kiuue nnti hiikiu Taiv.x, stop
cocks, check vulies, elo.
tuo iotsT ron
full HrothcrH 1'itteiit lry Uim Metrr
ind Morehouse, Wells A Co'h Automatio WaUt
inuicnior ami supply valve ror steam boilers.
WINTER'S 11LOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVKNU
GltEEN & GILWEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, 'i
William II Gilbert, ( CAIRO, JI.MNOIrf,
Miles K.Uilbort, J
CtrBlinitil. ntlnltnn ulran tn Aitrnlrntlv .nil
OFFICE OHIO LKVfcK,ROOMB 7 AND 8 OVKH
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
LLEN, MULKEV & WIIEELEH
COfJNSEL01l3 AT law,
William J. Allen, 1
John H.Mitlkay, r
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVLRY FAMILY.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES.
It rooks quickly and moto thoroughly with less
nroihsn any other way.
Kon.1 eooknd the old way lo one-thlnl of Its
wei(ht, eooleed In this stsam vessel, it only loses
t no eighth. Tho savings in this way will loon
pa) Its coil.
FOOD CANNOT HE UURNED.
It will BOIL,
B II O I L,
more perfectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
D U 11 ABLE.
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
has a better flavor, and Is easier digested than
when cooked In the old way.
NO FEAR OF DTPPF.rSIA.
It msVes a first clas Cook out of n poor one,
ana agoou cook tieuer man oeioro,
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
Ills thnonlv utensil in n that is warranted
not to BUHA RICE IN C iOKINO, under any cir
cumstance. Agent make more money selling
this vessel, than any article in use, lor every in-tt-lllgent
housekeeper In the country wants one.
ANY ONE WISIIINO TO HOY RIQUTU OR
TERRITORY FOR TIIE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
i-Mfdiw Thornton's Hlock. loth t., Cairo, III
(Successor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
1W Commeiclal Avenue,
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington avenuo and Poplar street
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F, Dj Ill:Xroill, .... Iroprlelor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
fig onvcyed to and from the Depot free
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN TIIE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of" Nineteenth sjtrpttt mill Com
c. 0. PATEU
GRAND GIFT COIN CERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIURARY KENTUCKY
AT I.OVIHVII.1,1:, KY.
By authority In tho act of the Lcirlslaturo
ncon.orntlng the Public Library of Ken
lucky, the Trustees wilt give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the meal hall of the Public Library,
building hi LouNvllle, Ky., on '
Saturday, Septembdr 28, 1872.
100 000 TICKET OF ADMISSION
wlllbo lucd at eiOcach; half tickets 8.":
miartcr ticket-. !!.W; II whole tickets for
iimi 23rore2.Vi: MtoT&W, 113 for SI,OUO;
285 for a,raW i e.J,;5 for iQm. So tllicounl
on lem than 810O worth or tickets at a time.
will he given to the holders of tickets by illi
tribtitlon by lot of ONE THOUSAND
uir jk, as ioiiows:
LIST OF GIFTS,
One Grand Gift, Cash 8100,000
One Grand gift, Cash fsO.ooo
1 . 20,000 "
1 1S.INJ0 "
1 10.000 "
i o.ooo "
1 8,000 "
1 7,(X)0 '
I l!,fJtM "
I (lls of 82.000 each H.lssl .
15 " LOUD " 15.000
20 " IKK) " 1,00! "
21 " NN) . ... H!,WK) "
25 ' TOO " 17,500
35 " 000 " 21,000 '
15 " roo " . ... 22,r)0o "
50 " 100 " . . . 20,000 "
t " :ioo 1S.CHX) "
loi) " 2oi) " , ai.noo
012 41 100 " lil.200 "
Total, l.OiW Gift', all Cah .85(mJ,imx).
The Hon. Tho. E. Ilrainlctte, late gotcr
nor of Kentucky, has consented to reiireent
the Trustees In the management ol'tlds sec
ontl Grand Gilt Concert, and ho will pcr-on-oily
seo that the tiiouev Irnmthe salo ol'tlek
et I deposited with the Treasurer, that the
drawing U falrlv conducted, and the trlfls
justly awarded and iirnmitly paid.
tne uniwiii' win take place in inilillc, In
full view of the allilienee, and under the Im
mediate suterlion and direction oftlie of
llcer and Trustees of the l'ulille Library
of Kentucky, ami the following named emi
nent ami ill-Interested citizens, who have
consented to be present and see that all Is
fairly done. :
Hon. M. It. Hardin, Judge Court AppeaU,
lion. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. LeVn District.
Hon. II, W. Bnice, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Ell II. Murray, V. !i. .Mar-hal, District
lion. 1". B. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. L D. tstutiilifunl, President Farmers'
anil DroverV Bank.
Hon. John Barber, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Atfy Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. (iraham, founder Crahatu Cabinet.
Col. .Illsnn I. Johnnn, J Manager f stilt Hou-e.
Dr. T. S. Bell, Prof. Medical Cnlvcttlty,
Hon. S. (. Baxter, Mavor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. Burnett, Citv Attornov.
Hcnrj" AVolford, Treasurer LoulsVille.
A. (). Branniu, President Manufacturer'
Phillip Jmlge, of the Lyttlsvllle Hole. Co.
.James llrldgelord, Pre.-hlcnt 2tl National
W. C. I), Whips. Prop'r Wlllanl Hotel.
J. C. Johnston, President Trailers' Bank.
II. Victor Newcoinb, linn of Newcoinb,
Buchanan & Co.
Henry Deiuien. l'rei. flennan Bank.
Antlrew (Iraham, Tobacco antl Cotton Mer-
Dr. Norvin C.recn, L. & C. Short Line 1!. 11,
Vol, Ito-e, Adam Express Co,
T1I03. E. BUAMI.ETTE,
Ag't. Pub. Library of Kv., Pub. Library
li.,iril.... i A..i...ni.. " ' J
iil'. Louisville. Ivv
Kirc'ireularri, gl lug lull particulars, sent
i application. 7-IUd.v.w2ni.
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Kmbossed and ground Ula
of cu'ry ilescrlitloii,
I'ARTICULAR ATTENTION I'AID TO CHURCH
DU-drdsrs frnm all parts of tho eoun
mplV fttienited o o-.'ll diw Urn
Brsrl'srticular attention paid to rlrer and ad.
OFFlOE-Ovr rirst National Bank, Ohio Leros,
l'ARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pully, neuslue, Guiollur,
WINDOW C3-Xi jv.as.
And the celebrated illumlnatlax
DROSS' UUILDIN1?, CCF ilTH-ST. A COM
Oaiko, - Illinois.
State or Illinois, )
Springtield. July 10. 1H72.
Notice Is hereby given that until :i o'clock
p. m., on Monday, August 20lh, 1872, sealed
proposals will be lei ehed at tho nlllco of the
fiecretary of .State, in the city of Springfield,
for tlie execution of tho several classes of
printing, as hereinafter specified, Mild print
ing to be let In separate contracts for each
class, for tlie term ot two year trutn anil al
ter tho tirst Monday of November, 1B72.
The First Class to comprise the printing
of all bills for the two Houcs oftlie lie ncral
Assembly, together with such resolutions
antl other matters as may be ordered bv the
two Houses, or either ot them, to be printed
In bill form.
The Second Class to cnnipri-e the print
ing ot the journals of the Senate ami House
HIK THIRD CLASS to eoninrio tlie ur nt
Ing of all reports, communications or other
documentsordored hythetic ncral Assembly,
or eiiuei iiraucii tiiereoi, or iiy tuu execu
tive Departments oftlie State Government,
to oe printed in pampuiei or hook lorm, to
getlier with thu olutucs of public doctl-ments.
Tin: Fourth Class to comprise the
printing ol tne laws ami joint resolutions.
The Fifth Class to comprise the print'
Ing of all blanks, circulars, cards or other
work necessary for tho use of the Executive
Departments or either branch of thu lien
cr.it Assembly (other than such as shall bo
printed In pamphlet or bill form).
Each nronoal must distiuclly and siieclllc
nllv state the tirtce tier thousand cms lor tho
composition of all matter embraced In the
proposals for any or all of such classes of
priming mo in ice per one nnmircii impres
sions lor all presswork embraced In the llr-t,
second, third and fourlh chis-i, and tho
price per twenty-flvo IinnresloTis fur the
presswork contained In the tilth class, at
which the bidtlerwill do the work embraced
in tint class or cla"es of printing covered by
Each proposal must be accompanied by n
bond, executed In due form by the bidder,
with at least two good and Mllllcleut sureties,
to lie approved bv tho (iowruor before thu
same is tiled, In tlm penal sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned for thu faithful
performance, pursuant to "AuncttoproWdtt
tor and regulate tint execution of thu public
printing," approved April Dili, 1S72, antl in
force July I st. 1872. of much class or classes
or the State printing as maybe awarded to
him: and also for the uavmcnt. as lltmldated
damages, by such bidder, to tho State, of
any excess of cost over the bid or bids of
such bidder, when the Statu may be obliged
to pay for such work by reason of the failure
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said proposals will lie opened at :i o'clock
p. m. on tliu said 20th day ol August, 1S72,
und will then bo dulv considered.
Blanks for proposals will be furnished on
application to the Secretary ofState.
ED WARD Rl'MMEL.Seeretarv of Statu.
CIIAS. E. LH'l'lNCOTT, Auditor P. A.
ERASTUS N. BATES, State Treasurer
July20tl2tv CuunuU'rs Public Printing.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR
IM Hilr (lie HkariM HmH
TO OHIOAO-O '
Eighty Mile Ihe Sheri) ulm
to st. Loiif; &
NO CHANGE OP CARS
FROM CAIMO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
FUOM CA1BO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo, .
m,1'0.1 Cleteland, Niagara Pari,
.uut,0t .'""bu'B. wShlnnton.
Baltimore, 'I'hlladelphla, New York.
floston and all points east.
Mllwatikle, Janeasille, Madison.
LaCrone, St. Paul and all pointa north,
this Is also tho only direct route to
i?cS?ilr lllnomloKton, ftpnoffeld, -
1-orla, Hulnojr, Keokuk,
iturbmtton, Uock I.lind, L Balle
Mmlota. Dixon, Kreeport.
n Dubuque, t-l.iux.Uty,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elcunnt Drnwlnp Itoom Sleeping Can
On all Night Train.,
rtsjgage Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I. C. R.H.
ilepot .t airo; on board tne transit steamer be
tweiu Col u in be i and Cnlro.and at tne principal
rnllroa i ticket offlcoj throiiEliout the south.
IV. I. JUHNsuN. OenM eass. Ag't. Chlcato.
A. ilirciiiLt, Gen'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SP1UNGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
.SOUTHEASTERN 11. K.
On nnd nftor MondBy, April 24th, 1972,
trains will run as tollows:
Tattxs oo I so soi'tntikT,
Learo Vlrslnln o lo c. m 1:SJ p.m.
' Hprlniitlfld- UtO '" 3:00
,' T)lorTllle 10 4 o. G
Arriro at l'aua........,Il.ti) ' 6.17
I.earo Tana I.tsi a. m 3.33 ft. m,
" TailornllH Mu " 4. a "
Arrlvo at ir'rttirlil...t).n " .,.8.00
Lenre.Mprincfield......ii.6 ' 6 lo
Arnreat Virtinia 8.5 " 8.15 "
TBAIS3 001X0 SSUTIKAST,
Leave Kdgirood 5.30 n. in.- 10.10 p. m
" Klorn 8.S lt.io '
Arrlre at Uhawnret'n .a " 6 15
FOB SALE, ) For aalo c FOK SALE,
I Keraalel '
Hale I FOR SALE.
Faro from LiVEnrooL,
Euro from Londcndkhiit
Fnro from Olasoow,
Faro from Quke.sstow.v
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $48;20
gallord. Morris & Ca , vents.
Liverpool Nevr-Tork ahd Philadelphia
rxora contuct with c.mtid statu ahd saiTtin
For Carrjing tho Malls.
FOR PASS.VGE TICKETS
on rcaTiiia iKToasMTtox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.
U Droadwaj, New-York, or to
Washington Acnne, Cairo.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GATES, Proprltr.
too Commercial ATenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Ilcst brand of Califc UCIftarsJust receivJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the beat
or Unlet i antl bar supplied with wines, liquors
und cigars of the finest brands.
WANTED, AGENTS I
100to2M per month, everywhere, male and
fdniale. to introduce thu tho latest improved,
niost simple and pei'eet UHUTTLK SUWINU
MACHINE etvr invvnteil. We cliallenifl the
woilJ to compete itti it. Price only Its ut, nnd
fttllv warranted fur live years, milking tne
Elastic. Lock Htltcli, alike on both klle. The
siinia as all tho high priced shuttle
machines. Also, the cclttiruted and
latest COMMON HHNSK FAMILY HEW I NO MA;
CI1I.NK. I'ncoonlylll do, anj' fully warranted
Mr live years. 'I lie-e machines ill ttllch, hem,
foil, tuck, quilt, cord, lilnd, braid and eiiioroitler
In a most superior manner. And are "arranteu
to do nil work that can bo danenu any high-priced
machine iu III world. For circulars and terms
address H. WVNKOOl CO..I.W llidtt avsnue,
erf. O, Uox, mi Phlladslphla, Pa. o-SJ, 3row
And Pcaler In Foreign and Domestic.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levcc,
Between Ninth and Tenth Streets,
BOAT STOEE3 j-
O BO UKRIEB.
Om LKV3 Cairo, III.
nanras rROMrri.T riltrn
Host In the United Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, 1 X 1. Freezers, ells and ft10 Ke
L'uses, Uruss, Cooper uDd F.usmclled are, brll
ania nuU pluulihed Ware, Jananned Ware of
every description, aud a ageneral ussortmeut of
Among others 1 keep tliejustly celebrated
It is useless to mention their auneriar aiialliUi
as they speak tor themselves tbrooihout tha
country. ., , . 3
I manulactiire every thlnstn Tint ftfctet Ires, and
Copper Ware out ol the. very beat material, and
haie no hesitation In stAtlpg that 1 hat a larger
and more complete aa.ortmenl ot gooda mea
Honed, than can bu found In the city.
Country dealers, villi Hod II lo their Interest to
call and examina. Ufora purchaalpg elsewhere.
Jobblnp, house iQlUrtag, tad air outside woik
prompUyatUndedto, fl. W,MXNDMMMf,
t-U m CouwircUU avenue, Cane, iU.