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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1872.
St. Louis Advertisements.
McCOKMl'K I.YOSf, Agent,
TO MERCHANTS OF THE WEST.
TIIK rOM.OWIKO LEADING
' HOUSES of S-A-IILSTT LOTTXS
Are prepared wlifa i UM.ftTOCKorPRIlta UOODfl which will be
SOLID .A-T BOTTOM PBIOES.
TODD, BROWN & CO.,
IIS, 40, 4, 44, 40 North Filth fitrcet,
Corner of Bi. Charlee.
Importers and Whole Me Dealers In
F1SKE, KNIGHT & CO.,
00 and 10 Norlli Hill Btrtet.
Manufacturers and Wholeeale Dealers In
Boots and Shoes.
STELLE, YOST & CO.,
Ml and 04 Norlli Filth Btrcel.
Wholesale Furnlshlog Oootla and
Solo i I'roprle'nr Arormtle Catawba t)ltlr,
Isoa. ill A 110 North TMrd HI.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, etc.
J. H. WEAR & Co.,
08 North Main Street.
Fancy Dry Goods.
WATERS, TODD &CO.,
409 North Fourth Street.
Importer and JoMera of
Millinery and Straw Goods.
AVERILL'S CHEMICAL PAINT,
Address flKO. II, I'A 111 ItlirfJK A CO.,
11 North Main Hlreet.
Heady Mixed fcr use.
41 4 414 Pino StreM.
Koorna 7M A I ltrnj per dy ; Meals 2Sc.
HOLMES, BABSON & CO.,
213 N. Ctli street- Send for clrcnnr.
Cheaper, handsomer and Mill consume leu Ice
(han any other.
Proprietors of the NATIONAL
Felt Lined Refrigerator
CHAS. R.LEWIS &CO.,
41 North Main Street.
MAKE flOODN OK TIIKIK OWSf FREMINEH.
FORSYTH SCALE WORKS,
205 and 07 Msrket Street, fit. Utile.
Manufacturers of U.S.
LUDLOW, SAY LOR & CO., Manufacturer, of and I-e.ler. In
ji and i Market street. Wiro and Wire Goods.
APPLETON, NOYES & CO.,
Manufactured and Jobbers of
Main Street and Washington Avenue. X001S and OUOCS.
FAUTOllY IN OIIAMBEKS ABOVE STOKE.
SIMMONS AND CLOUGII ORGAN COMPANY'S
OABI1TET O ZE&G- -A UST S
Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with the newly Inrented
Kcrtbntr'a latal Quallrins; Tube,
An intention hevinga mcsvt Important bearing on the
future reputation of Heed instruments, by means ot
which the quantity ofvolaroe of tone la very large!)'
mcreasei, and the qaallty ot tone reLdered.
Equal to that of the belt Pipe Organ of the
Our celebrate) "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent,
"Vol Humana," "Wilcox Patent" OctTO complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" slope, and
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained onlr In these Organs.
EVKUY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam" Avenue,
Thirty. five dlflerent stvles for the Panor and the Church; New and elegant designs ; The b
material and worxmanshlp; Quality ami Tolume of tone unequaled.
Prices, $60 to $600.
AOENT3 WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Addreii SIMMONS & CLOUGII ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
BATCIIELOU'S HAIR DYE.
Tnls superb hair dyeis the r.st in the world
perfectly harmless, reliable and Instanttneous,
No disappointment. Theg.nuine W. A, Ilatche
lor' Hair Dye produces immediately a natursl
black ur brown. Does not stain the skin but
leaves the hair clean, soft anil beautiful. The
only sa'e mJ periert hair dye. Sold by all drug'
(lata. Factory, 10 llond St,, N. T.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our adricoand purchase your tickets
over tit old reliable and popular Mlisoval I'A
cirtc KanaoiD, which is positively the onlr line
runnlnA'hree dally express trains fromHt. Louis
to Ksums City aud the west I mid ts positively
the only ine which runs I'lillmin palace sleepers
and fine dav coit-nt-s. esDeciallv for movers.
equipped with JtllWr'a salely platform, and the
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City, FU .-colt, Ijtvk rencc, Leavenworth,. Atchl-
ton, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Hint!
anc uonm wiinuiu cnango i rur iniorinauon in
regajd to time table, rates, Ac, to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas ,and
California, call upon or address B, ll.Thomi'Hon,
agent, Missouri Pacific II. It. Columbus, Ohio ; or,
.. A. 1 uril, General Passenger Agent, hi. mjuis,
No trouble to answer questions S.fl.wl
Mct'OltUICK A LYO., Agent.
TO BELL THE l'AULOU STEEL EXORAYINO
'CIIRIfcT WEEPINO OVEIl JERUSALEM,"
From HiaCius. Eiinitt'n celebralod English
painting, aad by America's best engraver. All
who sen it want It nt once. Apply to VALLET
PUULISU1NU COMPANY, St. I.Vuf, Mo.
EWD. MEAD & CO.
S04 N. Fourth St.,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of8olllng
pood goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
orders by mall promptly
attended to. s
Watcbeiand Jejrelry carefully re
paired by flrat-clui workmen, us
11 kinds of Jewelry and Silverware
iau to order,
Our Home Advertisers.
HARD and SOFT LTJMBEK
o every deacrlptlvn,
XATII, SHINOLKS, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASI1, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice,
Commeroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-uts.,
Pabllshcd every asiairaliaaj, MoatJnjr em
A few yean ago, concluding to tako a
lummor vacation, I accepted tlio Invita
tion of a friend residing In St. Lnndry
parish to pay htm a vUlt. 1 found the
trip up the Mlsilulppi, on ltvd Hlver, nnd
then into tlio winding; layout plcaiant
cnoueli; but, boing nuithcr Dickens nor
TliHckeray, I wai unublo to uppreclato
tlio ride :n a itago coach from the itcam
boat landing many miles into tbe interior
to my friend's, borne.
Arrived there, I felt somewhat fa
tigued, and wishing to join my friend in
a hunting expedition at sunrlsi the next
morning, I retired early, kissing at I rote
his litllo falr-lialred girl good night.
"Why did I sigh ? Not at my friend's hap
piness In poisetsing so intelligent a wife
and so sweet a child I Xfl. only at an o'd
bachelor's thoughts of "what might have
been." To dispel unpleasant fancies, 1
drew out n cigar and threw myself Into a
chair at tha open window, whllo I looked
moodily out on tho auiel pralrio with its
starry vault overhead, and the dark woods
Turning from tho window after a timo,
visions of tho past were soon forgotten
In tho contemplation of a beautiful por
trait suspended over tho mantel. It was
tho head and shoulders of a lovely lady,
"on whoce fair fuce, tbo untircd smile
of youth, did light outward its own sighs."
Tho artist had succeeded In depicting, in
tho half shy, earnest violet eyes, n glance
ol tho tendcrest love. The perfect lips
seemed about to express tho thought that
looked from thole wondrous eyes. Dark
hair fell in curls over a 'fair brow,
and white dimpled shoulders. Sornelimo
Ionizer 1 gazed at tho bewitching face, so
lifelike in its loveliness, then turning to
my pillow, was haunted by it in dreams.
The next day I asked my friend tbe
namo of tho original of the portrait, and
alio tho name of tbe artist wbo could
paint so divinely.
"The artist is tho same," replied he,
"who painted tho portrait of my little
L'irl Minnie, which you thought so good.
Ills namo is James Harvey. What little
I know of him, and of the portrait that
has attracted your attention, I will tell
"About a year ago, in the month of
May, Mr. Harvey came into tbo neigh
borhood In feeble health. Ho boarded
at tho hotel in the village for tho llrst
flvo weeks, until I, hearing be was an ar
tist, engaged him to take Minnie's por
trait, alter which ho took up his abode
with us. Ho was not moro than twenty
live or six years of age, tall and slender,
with wavy golden hair and a long silky
moustache drooping over a mouth like a
girl's. Although so young, he was al
ready in a decline, plainly indicated by a
cough and a peculiar brightness of the
He was sad and even morose In dispo
sition, and seldom smiled, except at tbe
prattle of little Minnie. The child be
came very much attached to bint, and
still cberisbe fondly a number of little
drawings he made for her.
After Minnie's portrait was finished,
Mr. Harvey aked us to board him a
month longer, as he liked the quiet of the
wol and prairie.
Wo sympathized much with tho hand
some young artist, and Invited him to
spend the rest of tho summer with U4 if
ho liked. Ha accepted gladly, saying
with a faint smile, "I bare nut long to
live, and if Death seizes me while here
he will be robbed of hall his horrors."
" Is your mother living ?" ray wife
"So," he answered, "I have no rela
tives in tho world, no one to regret my
Mr. Harvey seldom conversed, but
lived within himself, spending tbe great
er portion of bis time in wandering aim
lessly over tbe wood and prairie; gazing
at sunsets, or now and then making a
sketch of a spot that pleased his fancy.
When in-doors, he sat in a small ball
fixed up as a studio, where he painted
for hours on tbe picture of a lady. We
thought it a creation of his fancy,
as each day we beheld it growing into
perfect beauty beneath tbe touches of
Lis pencil. Even when the picture seemed
complete, Mr. Harvey continued to spend
hours gazing upon it, now nnd then
touching up au eyebrow, or adding a
deeper shadow to tbo dark wavy hair.
Sometimes, with a muttered imprecation,
he would rise from the contemplation of
It, and turning tbe face to the wall,
would not look at it for several days.
I happened to enter his study one day
when tie sat engrossed with the portrait,
a modern Pygmalion, utterly oblivious to
all else except the eyes of his pictured
I asked him if it were a portrait of a
'I loved her," be answered, "and she
told mo that sho returned my passion.
Could a woman look like that and lie?
Yet because I was poor she broke the en
gagement aud murried a richer suitor.
lou doubtless think me a fool, but I love
He was now very weak, aud the last agi
tation urougui on n violent nt of coughing.
I changed tbe subject to relieve him, and
be novor referred to the subject again.
Late ono afternoon he returned from a
walk, and showed me a sketch ho had
made, of a spot in the wood whom tho
shadows were the deepest, and tbo bayou
wound like a thread round the roots of
tall magnolias, livo oak and cypress trees.
At tho foot of ono of the magnolias was
to bo seen a grave, upon tbe hcad-pieco of
which was inscribed tbo name, "James
"Bury me there, my friend, for death is
very near me ; I shall rest in that quiet
As I looked at him I could not doubt
that ho would soon die. A restless brood
ing expression looked forth from his
sunken glittering eyes. His cbcek9 and
lips wore urignt witn tno ueotic liusu
which nomo passing emotion had called
up. Ho lennod on a slender walking cano,
and gazed toward tho settinc sun. I felt
deop pity for tho young man about to bo
cut oil" in tho glorious heyday of youth,
anu l wonuerod II no uuu given up, with
out a struggle, tho aspirations of early
manhood ; the hopes ot becoming some
thing abovo the common herd. 1 think
not, for his talent as an artist wus suffi
cient to make him desirous of winning
renown, wimtavcr nad been bis hopns,
tbow were flown i nnd now, with tho calm
note, tt seemed of dospair, he talked of dy
ing. Ho avoided religion, and in death
seemed to expect simply repose.
xime woro on, bepiembor camo witn
tho golden haze of Indian summor. Mr.
Harvoy was unable to porceivo the boau-
ties of this most lovely season, for he had
ncen conuncd to nis oca lor somo timo.
I feared ho would nover riso, and asked
if thoro was any friend with whom ho
would liko to communicate. Ho replied
in tho negative. Ho seemed to be without
friends as well as relatives, for ho never
received letters or communications of any
Ono morning ho appeared to'bo ontiroly
fiee from pain, for the first timo in many
days. He requested to soo Minnie. Sho
camo in, bringing some flowers fresh with
tho morning dew. Ho took them in his
hand and hold them to hit parched lips,
asking Minnie ono or two questions about
her various pets. After a few minutes he
said, in a low, faltering tono:
"Lditio one, 1 am dying, Will you tay
commenced "Our Father who art in
For a fow moment his thoughts seemed
to follow the prayer, but whllo the tender
volco of tho child still continued, ho turned
his oyes with a look of unultcrablo love on
tbe beautiful portrait, which during his Ill
ness bo had caused to ho placed near his
couch. Ho raised his arms toward the
speaking faco and calling with his latest
breath, "Julie," died.
Among his paper I found no clue as to
his former ptaco of residence, or former
friends. Ho is interred in the spot ho in
dicated, whore moil burners lavo in the
turbid water, and tho owls hoot and
Some years liavo passed since I beard
tbo above. Last night at the tbcatro a
fair faco recalled it all. In a prominent
box, richly attired, glowing with beauty
and health, was tho original of the portrait
I bad seen In my friend's quiet home.
"Who is tho lady ?' 1 asked of and ac
quaintance. "That," bo replied, leveling bis opera
class, "is ono of our belles, tno beautiful
Mrs. . Some years ago she Jilted a
young artist, marrying in his absence an
old man for his wealth. When the
former lover returned, a few months later,
In a frenzy ho killed tho old man, suc
ceeded in escaping the authoritici, and has
nover been heard from since. Itumor
says the fair lady is to marry tho gentle
man now besido ner."
I looked with a feeling of pity at the
man who intended trusting bis happiness
to tho fair radiant syren. Had 1 found tbo
slightest trnco of remorse in her counte
nance, I lmuld feel much happier; but I
searched thoso lovely features in vain. I
saw only n beautiful and apparently a
happy n jinan.
Hut whnt can we know of n woman's
feelings wlii n tins eye of tho world are
upon her? l'crhap 1 judged her harshly;
and in tho depths of her heart she, may
hap, mourns constantly tho murdered old
man, and him who sleeps in tho lone
grave with the tall magnolia treo for a
St. Louis Adrertsements.
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 Si, Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
serWatches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
, Orders by mail promptly atten
THE DAVIS LOCK STICH
a arayer for me 7"
frightened look my little gtrl
THX GREATEST IMPROVEMENT Or THE AOE
Terms Most Liberal.
Agents wantol for unoccupied territory. Send
lor circular nu price nsi.
Branch once, 613 North Fourth Ntree
NT. LOUIN, MO.
H. F. NEWTON. Maos-gfr.
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTEH
FINE, BUKGLAR & DAMP PKOOF.
17 South Canal Strcet,-Chlcogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.
Tho regular annual term ofthls Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEIt OTII, 1872.
"Full eouto, two term six mouths each.
fctuUents admitted to tlie Senior Clan on ex
amination by omillcation on or before Octo
bcr Mb, 1S7-.'. Tuition fee, e0 tlrt year; SCO
second yonr, Including ttwof library. For
particular addre,-, O, M. 8TEAKT,
Dean of Facitltv. or
Provost Law Department.
7-0-d&w 1 in. St. Louis, Mo.
KTAI!L1NIIE! IS 1SSO
BY members of tho Society of Jesus, and
incorporated by an act of the State
Legislature In 1831', It has experienced unin
terrupted fiucccss. and continues to olfer the
student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL ANU COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Evurv candidate for admission not person
ally acquainted with some ono of the Fac
ulty must nroduce urotier testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletins' ore sent three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to In-
lorm tticm oi tno conduct, ncaitii aim
Improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced physician dally visits the Insti
tution, and the greatest care aud attention
are bestowed on the slclc.
HniirJ and tuition. Persesslon. ten mouths.
The next session iicgtus oeptcmuer -u,
lliM'trmnra intlkt liA inflllA flllfiftrlV. fiP
A Ul li Villi 4IU( w "I " j wo
talnimc instructions to parent, ami full par-
llClliarv, will no ncm iivd uu siiiiivsi(uu w
' ttwmtr V il Vm av .wrt Q V
President St. LouU UniveriitV. 'fit! Louis.
Our Homo Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTKD IN EVfcRY FAMILY'.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAOES.
It cooks qulckljf nj more thorouuhlv with lss
nrelnaa any other war.
Food cookci the old wsy loses one-third (if Its
weight, cookpl Id this steam vessel, It only loses
one eighth. The savings id this way will soon
pay Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT HE BDltNED.
It will UOIL,
more perfectly than any uterxsd used for either
purpose duw in u-e.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewel, holled or broiled In this msnner
l.a-a better flavor, and is easier digested thrto
whea cooked in the old way.
NO FEAlt OF DYSPEPSIA.
It mske a first clai Cook out of a poor one,
and a good cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It fa the only utensil In ue that is warranted
Dot to BUK.N KICK IN CuOKING.under any cir
cumstance. Agents make mora money selling
ttis vessel, than any article In use, tor every In
telligent housekeeper In the country wants one.
ANT ONE WlbHINO TO UUV BIQUTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
AV. J. BURNETT,
S'Stfdlw Thornton's Block. 10th -t., Cairo, III
(Successor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commeicial Avenue,
JBOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington avenue and Poplar street
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IN TUE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY' CLOSE.
Corner or Nineteenth atretnnd Com'
C. 0. PATKE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Di REXi'OHD Proprietor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
ggig ouyeyed to and Irom the Depot free
SUTTER & BIEIIWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
HT. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Ulasi
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. air Orders from all parts of the coua
mP-'T attended o fi-H dAw 3m
Foreign Advertisements, f Railroad Advertisements!
S 1, O O O, O O O
GltAiND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OKTlin
I'HHLIC LIBRARY - KENTUCKY
at i.ori.svii.i.i:, Kv,
Hy nuthority In ihe actofthr! Legislature
liicorporatliiif the 1'ithiic Library It Ken
tucky, the 'Innteex will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the ureit hall of the I'uMIc Library.
hull.lltiK h I-ouUvlllc, Ky., on '
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100 OOOTICUr.TN OK AHMISHION
will he Iuccl at $10 each; half tickets 8.V.
quarter tlckcta JJ.M; it whole ticket tor
$100; l!3fori55: Mfor:y; 11.1 for $1,000;
:5 for 8 l,:m ; .7S for i:m). No illcount
on less than $100 worth of tickets at a time.
will he given to the holders or tickets by dis
tribution by lot or ONE THOUSAND
LIST OF GIFTS.
One (iitANii Oirr, Cash.
OneUiuM) Out, Cash.
i Olfts of each...
13 " 1,000 "
20 " Imjo " ...
21 " fcOO " .
2.i " 700 "
So " tiOO " .
45 " fiOO "
M " J0U "
IT) " 300
100 " 200 "
012 " 100 "
.. 20,000 '
. 15,000 "
.. 10,000 "
. 0,000 "
. 8,000 "
. 7,000 '
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. . 5,000 "
. . 4,000 "
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. . 15,000 "
.. 10,k00 "
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.. 21,000 "
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. 20,000 "
. 20,000 "
Total, l,fX) Oin, nil Cash. . .?.7JO,000.
The Hon. Tho". E. llramlette, late goter
nor or Kentucky, has convnteilto rciircient
the Tniiteen In the management or this sec
ond Grand Gilt Concert, aud he will ptr.-on-oily
sec that the nioncv Irnmthc .alu ol' tick
ets Is depo-iteil with the Treasurer, that the
drawing U falrlv conductod. and the trills
Justly awarded ami promptly paid.
ine urawin? win take place in public, in
full view of tho audience, and under the Im
mediate Mipcnl'lon mid direction of the of
tlccrs and I'm-tee-j or the l'ubllc Llbrarv
or Kentucky, and the following named emi
nent aud disinterested citizens, who hac
con-ented to be present and sec that all Is
fairly doue. :
Uou. M. It. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals,
Hou. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C Leb'n Dis
trict. Hon. U. W. Bruce, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Ell H. Murray, V. S. Manha), District
Hon. T. IJ. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. Standllord, Pre-ldent Fanners'
aud DroveiV Hank.
Hon. John liarbec, .Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Atfy Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, rounder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Jihon P. John-oil, Manager Gait Hou-e.
Dr. T. S. Hell, Pror. .Medical L'tiiversltv,
Hou. S. G. Raster, .Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolrord, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. Brannln, President Manufacturer.'
Phillip Judge, or the Lyttlsvllle Hote. Co.
James Bridgeford. President 2d National
W. C. D, Whips. Prop'r WlUarU Hotel.
J. C. Johnston, President Traders' Bank.
H. Victor Ncwcomb, Arm or N'cwcomb,
Buchanan .V Co.
Henry Dcppen, Pres. Genuan Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cottou Mer
chant. Dr. N'orvln Green, L. & C. Short Line II. It.
Vol. Itose, Adams Expres Co.
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Ag't. Pub. Llbrarj- or Ky., Pub. Llbrarv
Building, Louisville, Ky.
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State of UtiNois. )
Sprlngilcld. July 10, 1872.
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p. m., on Monday, August 20th, 1872, scaled
proposals will he recehedat the otllcc of the
Secretary or State, In the city or sprlngtleld,
Tor the execution of the several classes or
printing, an hereinafter specified, ald print
ing to be let in t-eparate contracts' ror each
class, for the term or two ycarit from aud af
ter the tlrst Monday of November. 1972.
The First Class to comprise the printing
of all bills for the two Houses or the General
Assemblv, together with such resolutions
aud other matter as may he ordered by the
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tive jjcpanmeniH oi me state iioverument,
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gether with the volumes of public docU'
The rouiiTH Class to comprUo the
pnnitng ot ine laws ami joint resolution-.
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Ing of all blanks circular-, cards or other
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eral AkicniDiy (oilier man such as snail ue
printed lit paiiiiiiici ir tun lorm).
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ally t.it' tlm price per thousand ems for tlio
cmnno-ltliiii of all matter embracrd In tlio
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printing uif iricu jcr uuu iiuinuL'ii uiiiiret
slon (or all pre-vork embraced In the llr.it,
second, third and fourth cl.i"c, and tlie
price per twenty-live iiiiiirc-linii Tor the
prefcswork ciiiitaiiicd In the tilth ch'", at
which the blililcrlll do the work embraced
lit the class or classes of printing covered by
Kach proposal must ho accompanied by n
bond, executed In title form by tlie bidder,
with at least two good and siilllclent sureties,
to be approved by tnc tiovornor tn-iuro ine
samo Is tiled, In tlm penal sum of ten thou
sand dollars, conditioned lor the faithful
performance, pursuant to "An act to provide
tor and reirulatu tilts execution of tlm mtbllc
printing," approved April oth, 1872, and In
torco .lulv 1st. 1S72. of such class or classes
or the Statu printing as maybe awarded to
liliuj and also for the payment, an liquidated
damaircs. by Mich bidder, to tho state, of
any excess or cost over tho hid or bids or
such bidder, when the State may be obliged
to pay for such work by reason of the failure
of such bidder to complete his contract.
Said proposals will bo opened at .1 o'clock
p. m. on the said 2oth day ol August, ls72,
anu win men tie uuiy coiisiucrcu.
lliauKH lor proposals win ue iiininucu on
application to tho Secretary of State.
KDWAUD ItU.M.MKL, Secretary of State.
CHAS. K. i.ippinxui r, -iidiior r. a.
EUASTL'S N. BATrS, Stato Treasurer
July20d2w Comnils'rs Public Printing.
llOOtofUO jior montli, everywhere, male and
female, to iotroduee the tbo latest improved,
most aimpte and l-ei'oct BIIUTTLM St,HlN(J
ririliNh: erer invented. We challense thf.
world to compete villi It. Price only lis W, and
full werramtu iur nso jeara, maKiDg ine
Kiutio Lock Blltoli. alike nn both aluea. Tha
same aa all Ida Idiih priced shuttle
msciiiavs. ai.ui iiif. i-viruraivti anu
latest COMMON BENOK FAMILt HKWINQ MA
CHINE. Price only 13 IU, and fully warranted
torrlTe year. These tnachinea will stitch, bun,
felLtuck, quill, cord, blad, braid and embroider
Pi a Hlpst superior manntr. And are srarranlesi
to do all work that ran be ilsoeen any blgh-pnetd
mMbD lu tb- world, for circular and terms
addrttsH. wyNKOOPCO ,aOMKid(eavenut,
rP, 0. HeSsHMfhlivtelphU, ft. e-J3,inw
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H 11
100 Mile the MierfMt Rat
r.lthty Mile tho Miorttwt Rt)Ht -
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OP CARS
KllOJt CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OA IIS
FP.Olt CAIltO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteUnd, Niagara F l!f.
UutUlo, I'lttsbmg. Wsshlngt i,,
Baltimore, I'hdatlelphla, New YorK.
Iloslon and all points east,
MlUsukle, Janejsille, Madison,
Latrosse, tit. I'aul and alt points north.
lhis Is also tbe only direct route to
v.il"r' Jlloomington, HpnngoM,
nT,.f; yulnr. KlioUiik,
S1i,',in?l"n' Jtye" "laBd, M Salle
Mendota, jiixon, KreeDort,
w tJl'0l1. Sioui City,
Omaha and all poluU northwest.
Elct;nnt Drawing Room Slooplnc Cr
On all Night Trains.
Danrage Checked to all Important points.
. w. ... - .u.Miutn.i.iu, nji7 lu t. , lull.
depot st nlro; on board tne transit steamer lie
tweeu Columbus anil Cairo, and at tne prlncllid
rallroa I ticket oiHces thrniivhout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'l fass. Atr't, Chlcafo.
A. MiTCiiut, Oen'l. Bup't. CIiIcsko.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972,
trains will run nt follow:
tatiM omxo locnmsT.
Leare Virinla- 0.10 a. m .1:31 p.m.
' Springfield.. mo ' 3:00 '
,' Tsylorrllle 10 " e. 6
ArriTe at l'na. 11.40 4.17
tarns 041x0 !toTnwtr.
Leave Pann t.w a. m,. 3.3J a. 111
" Tatlorsille i.to 4,6
Arrive at Sprinittield.-8.H " .....0.U0 "
Lesre Hprinfleld.....8.5 " $ K)
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " 8.13 "
SOUTH K It N DIVISION.
IBAINS OdlSa f Ol'TIICAST,
Late Kdgwood A30a. m.. ..10.10n. m
" Klors........ S,S l l.4'j
Arrive at Shawneet'n .34 " 6 15 '
FOR SALE, For U j FOK SALE,
Faro front LivKitrooL,
Faro from LoyDCNDXRRr
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from QuEK.Vr.Towx
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: 48.2 0
jarlord, Morns JL Ca , rents.
Liverpool .New.Toik and Philadelphia
cioia comtiict with cxited statu aid tartua
For Carrying Itie Mails.
FOR PASSiVGE TICKETS
oa rcanita mrcmiTioa
APPLY TO JOUN G. DALE, Agt.
Hllroadway, New.Vork, or to
II. II oil t ,
Washington Avence, Cairo. nou. ji
EL DOHA bJ
BILLIARD EALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKN, I'roiirletor.
IOC Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfr" UCIgaraJust recelv.J,
IlILLLMtD saloon furnished with the liest
of utile ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cignra or the Utiest brand.
And Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Lorcc,
betweeb Ninth and Tenth Streets,
II OAT NTOKKX.
S A 31 W ILSON,
P E 1 LI I I SI
Onu LeVuX Cairo, III,
OOUIEI fKOXSTLT VIlltD
11a at In tht ITnlta..! Uial.4 Vi alA r.r.ta
-v. see IS ' ' . s it ( sasv s WVt VtaVf VI IB a
Cakoi, lira-, Copper ui Kuamvlled Vr, llrlt-
s-uisw s 's KV'S ' as i v , utiiMUUrq V U
TrjrufcriptJoii, and a h gtnc fl aortmeul of
It la useless to mention their superior nUtla
as they sjfak tor themselves throtibout th
I maourtur every thla; la Ti. 6kt I raw. lavf
Copper War out oi the very ml pvaiassid, aiul
ha.ero hesluiU.aiB sIUm tht 1 atsT taraer
aud mora oobdUm itannKawt mt
Honed, than can be ford in Ika isri7
r.t m uta.M . ssssUa k A tV& a s7 a
cu anu aWiM mwvm
s)0D3tnjt, no MA
nese mnissji si
niwiasM, hi Ml ssjssjmm Viiav"-:m
IT ' "siswswiswssp. sasisisss.