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THE: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1879.
NEW SERIES-NO. 45.
of t .i! lending hulu,c house whoo udvrrtlso
m" :mty lie (oimd In This Billktih .
C ' .'atler Jt Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine-
I H.ll'H Street.
Cl..i. it. MoWar:, Eighth street.
Curl J't i-1 itn,.. Elj'lh utri.
Jr. Uryvit; oilico, Eigh-.h 'i..et und Washington
Dr J. II. Marcun; offlci. Uncommercial awuue.
1):. W ' .IrK i'lvn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr. U A" Whlliock, 1 S" Communial awnuc.
1 '.',')'. Srn y til, No. 6'J Ohio l .'Vui;
II. II. (Hide... No. 7'IOhlo leveedip sh Ire).
K'l 'iitni!.i Life, of New York, corner Ywellth mid
Washing! hi avenue
-Widow and Orphan Mutual A id Society, Si-V'Tth
a 'lit Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
LluCgir It l anidiii, No. tU Commercial avenue.
GESEKALOOMMl SS ION M E HI II ANTS.
liK'it'lar Bros , proprietor Egyptl tn Mills
ll't.ki"'. Tbitliwuod 4 Moure. Nun, ll'i ar.4 I JT
Comui Tciul avenue.
PR'" ..i.'S WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
B !:: Br i . Oliin lewc and roruef Eighth and
(': Na'i.inal, Ohio levee.
Aluvjdcr Cotintv. romer Eighth ami Commercial.
J Wa t. r Eighth street.
Kw.!' r liroo.. oriur E:ghth and Washington.
Cm-riplon. Three State.
.IciVs S;ir n, c.jru'T Tu cllth and I.c.
K ( I' :d. Conic- Ninth a:.d Comui'-r :il.
J.G.-o KMnhfttM. Eighth ;r-t.
H Ui k. II-'1 ommcrrul avenue
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL I! I!
Ktj : :tw p.m.
Mail.... :t:l'ia in
CAIRO & YIN ENNESR. II
Vi I .10:00 t.ir.. I Mail 1 T. a m.
CAIRO tT LOUIS l: I!.
Ki;-f ?.:1 ) p.m I Expr . ... f a. m
Ac L.!n'.I.'ii:'in U C p m. I Aic'inrdatiuL.P.'.gjp. m
CIIICA'.O. nT. I.Ol'Is ANDNEWORLEANS Ii.it
JU:' . ... :4p i.i. Mail .5:'.m
0 A. A T. K.ILHUAI)'
Ten er,.r' 2: V a m. I Texa oxiri i V,p m.
A comm. ida: n i).ja.iii
KNKIUL DELIVEh rrcn a. m.; cIov
J h 'j.i p ro.; Sunday: i ton a. in
Mi :.ev Urdcr IKparfnecf cnea at S a. rn.; cloce
at ii m
fl.ro'ih Expre Mai! ia Illlnoi Central and
Jf:-Uippl t'-.-u'.ril Kr.fo'. rioe at Ii:: p. tn.
Catfj ilJ Hopar lilui Tiiro'i'U and Way Mai!
C i at ji. m.
Wa Mail via i'.Iieoi Central. T'alro and in
cum' :i.l Mi.ippi Central Hailrnadr tlic at
:'. I. m
Win Va.1 fr Narrow (jan; Kai'.road rloe at i
la;r uil KvtoilEf 1.' .vr Route tloc at :30
p in ca'.y lec ept Eridayi.
Mayor-N'. H Thit'.ewoKi.
Treaiiurer Edward Ueouia.
Clerk -Dfimi. J. Foley.
Co.ueiur Wm. B lillbet.
Mimtui J. C. Lull in-.
Atturuey William HeDdriok.
1UIAKU or Al.IiKI'.Mtt.
Vi.i Wtril Wm ii-a'lakaD. M.J Ilowlcv
S.yonl Ward lvid T. Liuear, C. It. Wood
Third Ward-W. I. WrL-ht. E jlicrt Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charle O. I"a!ier. Jame KvnantOU
V'.f.h v.ird-T. W. Hallldiiy, fcrnent V. I'ettit.
Clrr..:it .Ind.'e- O. A. llarker.
Circuit Cierk-J. A. KenM-n.
County Judi;.' H. S. Yocum.
Cuiiutjr Clerk S.J. ll'inim.
County Attorny W. Mulki-y.
Coni'iv Treasurer A. J Aldeu.
Slierid John HoiIl'o.
Cmmty t'ommiimioneri T. W. Hall. day, SI.
l'rowu. Samuel Briley.
VKKIt'AN 31. E. -Fourteenth 'treet. betMeen
Wa'mit and Cedar tre.d: nervieet sabtuitu U
a. m. nud T: li p. in.; Sunday School 1 :;) p. tu
"tlll'.lSTI AN-Eighteenth tr.vt: meetim; Sa'i
V- batli 10..li. in.; pre:uu::i'.' inTaiMoiiaiiy.
-Minii ll UK THE l:EIH-:EMEI5-HEplpr.pl
I ; K.. irt. ..nth atre.t: Mornln' nravcrs (Sulib.ith
lil:! a. in.: uvrului: prayer. 7: p.m.; Sabbath
tchool V a. in.
l.siHST MISSIONAUY BAITIST CIICKCU.-
J I'reac'.iiii'; at 10::it a. in., : p. in., und tn
Sabbath echool ut T: . m. Itev. T. J. Shore
1 rTHEHAN-Thlrtecnth !reet; nervifia Sub
i J bath 1 a. m. : Similny felmol .' p. in. liev
METII01)ISTCor. Eighth and Walnut Mre.'t
I'rvai hlih' Sabbath M::H a. III. uud 7 p. M.
I raver meeting, Wednesday 7::M p. in.; Sunday
School, 'i a. in. Itev. Whittaker, pador.
1KESBY,TEKI AS Eighth Mreet; preaching mi
Sabbath ut 1 1 :oo a. in. and 7:W. m.; prayer
rieetlUL' Wedneinbiv lit 7::ru. tu.: Sunday School
a: :t p. m. l!ev. li. . lieorge, parlor.
OECONI) I'ltEE WILL BAPTIST Flfleoi th
O atieet. between Walnut uud Cedar ftrcetf; per
viri'K Sabbath at 3 and T; p. m.
OT. JOSEPH S-dioinnii Catbollo) Corner Cm
O und Wiilnnt street: ("ervlce Sabbath Jtt:;wu.
n. ; Sunday School at i p. tn. ; Vcupcn S p. m. ; er
vlci every day ut 8 p. in.
ST. i'ATKK'K'S-t Human Cnthnllr) Corner Ninth
Mreet and Wiililiigton nvenue; ervloe Sab
Vinth S uud 10 a.m.; Yeper 3 p. m. ; Holiday School
i! p. m. ; tcrvlcee every day at S p. in. Itov, t. uhul,
Obtained for now Invention, or for Improvement
rn old one ; lor medical or other compound, trade
ntr.rk and label. Caveat, Alignment, Inter
ference, AppeulK, Suit for Inl'rinireiuclit. und
Hll cae arising under the Patent Law, prompt-
lv Ktteiuled to, Invention tlmt have been
1) V I U T V 1 1 K the I'uteut Olllce may tl 11.
SXLitt LtJLiAt ,-, ,oi.t cni-i'o. be pateiifed by
r.. Bolim oppoiii. the U. 8. Patent IieiMirtiiient,
nnd engaged In Patent bitumen exclusively, we can
niiiko rlosur searche-i, nnd secure Patents more
tiromptlv. and with broader claims, tluin those who
tire ri'iiiiit" from Washington,
1 Y VVT,niIN -""id u a model or sketch of
li IvJVO your device ; wo make ex
amination nnd advise u to piuentablllty. free of
chnrge. All covmspoiidonce strictly conlldetillid.
J'rices low, and tin charge unless PiiUtit Is sccured.
Wo MfiT I" Washlugtou, to lion Postmaster
Oenerul D. 31. Key, Rev. V. 1), Power. The (iennau
American N ntluuul Bank, tu official In the U. S.
Patent Ofllco. and to Heiiiitor" and Represeututlvc
In Congre! and especially 16 our client In eu'ry
blaic lu the Union and In Cnuiid.i. Addru
O. A. SNOW fc CO.,
Oppoiltv I'atuut OXcu, Wat'alustuu U. C.
IS YOl'K BLOOD I fUE?
Nviv th! )n Irnpnrtunt quentlon, forwllhotlt
i.tv and li i'ut
km! there cun bo no pur
iect health, without
i' 'JOB HEALTH
it 1 a men t'irden and watn. Fir Impure
.loiej the bt . invdiclne known 1
ScovlilV Moo rurilier.
:i 1 the p- :lt N'.mitii time tried und true rem
dy, und i..y hi Lupllcltly rellud on,
WIirN EYEKYTlIINti ELSE FAILS.
Tal;: '.I In the Spring time, especially for lm
'tin "i cn tioi.t of the blood incident to thut
ett'-o,.of the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
KorCanc.T Scrofula. Liver Compbiint. Weak
:., lioll. Tumor. Swelling, add the thou-
kind Uii' that cou from Impure blood.
lOHN T. IinNUY, t l'HItAX k CO.
H COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YOKE.
i) BARCLAY BI'.OS., Wholenale Agent.
Liver A' Stomach Pads,
HIE (.HEAT SPECIFIC
THE BEST KEMEDY
in the woi:i.!r
il.i proved itt-elf ly a j'er-e Year Campaign of
ovgn a i.i.
Liver, Stomach and Rowels,
PrrxluciLg a larger portion of wonderful uud
a-1 a 1-tnL
Than nr.y cdler Belaedy Lefme th'.- public
A pleventative ok all epidemics
Ye'.low fever. B'.IUoU" ur.d Typhoid Fimt.
ALL MALARIAL AM) MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutraiivd. Eliminated and expi lk-d through
the na:ural eicretion by
DR.C. W. FO HUES'
Health KctorinL' Livt r & Stomacli Tails
An antidote thut ban proven it rep. Ibit t fi rce
to expel Atmospheric lierm of fin-use
that llitet the air.
An Antidote and iireveiilathe ai:rt cure for Chip
dn ii. summer l omplaii.t. Cholera Int.intuui. Scar-
II I Fccr, Mea! !i. W hix.p.ng rough. Mr.
A iireventativii thit I hlirhlv BlUir.ildtid by finite
a numlier of inolher ho have tried thnn.
ryFor1""' Pa 1 are made from UENTIXE MEI-
It. AL K.Vi ISAl IS. po-)e!IJg ine iHfi Boturuem
propertu known to ciruce. having a direct appli
latioii to the remina'.ot Morbid Organic condition
and rvtoriiig to health, natural energy und normal
artlvilv the vital film tlor. which are weakened und
debilitated tV rti.'U. thu proving ti.emelve to
po..tt I'OWEIiFl'L REMEDY for nil di ac
of the Liver. Stomach and Bowel. :i thou-and
ran testify from practira'. experience.
. a A l he price i i me ran na oeen rci;ureu.
It make it the rheap' t-i and inot eonvenlent midi
cation you cun use. for any of the above dii-eae.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
If ffter a fair trial you are !a;if!cd. "end back
your Pad to tue proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL UK REFUNDED.
fFor &!1 advice i rnrv) send fymptom and en
iiuir:e. (alo fT iug!e Pad to
111!. U. W. FORBES.
174 W, 4th St.. Cincinnati.
Will be o'.d by ail dr;igg!t.
(; W Fourth St.. ( INlTNSATI
f"fSee ccrtif.cate Ii. large circular i.t drugstore
CAIRO & YINCENNES U.K.
i-WTV". :. . Ml' Vt
111 ATT r Vii THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
4- Mil US THE SHORTEST
SHORTEST TO LOUIS.
1 .'IUjIjO VII, I.E. CINCINNATI,
TIMORE AND WASHIMi TON.
tH AITTVCTIIE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
i r ji i liii-.T Al'OLIS,PHIl.ADELPiHA.
Y'ORlv AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAYED
Over train of all other route making the same
fit" Pni'iigor by other route to naako comiec
tlou must ride nil night, w aiting from one to six
hours ut "inull country ftMion lor trains ul con
WW VWM n?TIIE FACT nrd take our 4:4:
itli.uiv.UDIil a, ,rillu ,,.,H.i,!ng Eviin.
ll!o, Indianapolis, CliKlnuati and Louisville same
ilav. Train leal e and arrive at 1 nlro us follow ;
Mail leave 4 :r a.m.
Mall arrives UlaHip.m
Through tlck.'t and checks to ull Important
F. A. SI ILL Eli ROSWELL Mil, I. Eli.
OeiiT Pa Agert. (ieiiernl Sup'
L. 11. Clil'HCll. Passenger Agent.
JKSSK HlNKLK, N. B. TltlSTI.KWOOll, J. II 3IoollK
IIinkle, Thistle wood
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 115 nnd 117 Commercial AmiiU'.
t'fT"Llberal Advat'cemetit made on Cousln
,1 T,,ieii'. Flour, nnd ( ' rat ii .
gr-Agi lit tor Ueiir, Scott Co. threshing ma
riri'n.i. . vni-table aw mill nnd threshing engines
Agent forCluituploj huru't!nt; i ttchlncs. tnewcrs
CARL PETKKS 1UIO.
Of all kind.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth ftreet, hot. Com and Wah. ave.
CAIILO. : : : ILLINOIS
f-UoodMlelivered to all part of the City free
ftW YORK STORE,
WJIOLESALK AND EKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth atreot nd (
C. O. PATIEU Ac CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Whole. ale mid Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Litiuors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS SMYTH dt CO. have constantly a largo
Hock of the heft good in the market uud give
cepecial attention to the wholeale branch sf the
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight Street.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complete fui'ply of the be.t of all
kind meat nlwav on baud.
YEXANDEU COl'NTY BANK.
Coiitinciciitl AvPiiuo and Eight Si Street.
Cair o, Illinois.
F P.ROSS, President
P NEFF. Vice-President.
H. WELLS. Cashier
T J KERTH, Assistant Cashier.
F. lire Cairo: William Kluge. Cairn;
Pet'-r Nell'. Cairo: William Wolf. Cairo:
C. M. Osterloh. Cairo; R. I. Billlngsley, St. Louis;
E. liuder. Cairo: .1. Y. Cleinsoii, l aledonia;
C. O. Patier. Cairo.
A OKNERAL HANKING BUSINESS DONE
I.XCHANOEfoldand bought. Interest paid iu
J the Saving Department. Collection made
and all business promptly attended to
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-Presid.'iit.
WALTER 11YSLOP, Cnhier.
. STAAT TAYLOR,
IIKMIV I.. HAl.I.llUV,
W. P. HALLIDAY.
II. II. f-L'NMNOHAM.
U. I). WILLIAMSON,
II. II. CANPKK.
Ext haiigp, Coin and United States Bond
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received aud a general banking business
(il W. SecemlSt.
Foreign Mid Domestic dried und cnntied Fruits and
Vegetable, Canned, diledand rail Fish. Piik
les, Siittcs, (ill and Cotlllinents. Sotil'
tuffM, Baking Powder, ground and
whole Spice Toilet and Laundry
Soup. reod. Jellies. Preserves
Fancy Grocerlc nnd G10
Stock tuiinxrallided hi lhi West.
I SEND FOIl OIK "GROCERS' MANUEL."
l Hit i in i I
Says a Ito.tnn physician, "La no equal a a blood
j'unuer Hearing 01 us many wonderful euro ur
ter all other remedle had failed. I vistted the lab
ratory, and convinced myself of Its genuine merit.
It t prepared from bark, rootn and herb, each. of
whit hl highly I'lfectivi', and'ther are compounded
In :u !i a manner us to produce aVtonlshlng roult.
Inlhegfiat blood purifier.
Will run t!iu worst c.io of Scrofulu.
I ref-oiauiemicd by phyaician and apothecaries
Ha efl.itcij some marvelous, cures In case of
Cure tne worst csm of Canker.
Mr. 1 w llli wonderful eiiccc in Mercurial disease
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system.
Remove Pimples and Humor from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulate the bowels.
I- a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
IP-tore the rutir: system to a healthy coudltion.
Removes the cause of Du.ir.e.
Relieve Faiiitnos at the stomarh.
Cures Pains in the Back
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
I elective ill its cure of Female Weakuesse.
I the great remeny for General Debility
IS THE UKsT
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTOI MASS.
Vcffotiiio is Sold By all D-'Uists,
-sUPERlOlI NUTRITION THE LIFE.
! IMPERIAL GRANUM.j
The Great Medieinal Food.
The Salviitor For Invalids and the Aged. An lu
comparable Aliment for the Growl h und Protec
tion of Infant nnd Children. A superior
Nutritive in Continued Fevers, and 11
Reliable Remedial Agent In all Diseases of the
Stomach and Intestine.
'PUIS lastly celebrated Diktktic Puki'auation I.
A lu composition, principally the Gmtkn derived
from tlie Wiiitk WisTKii Flint Whkat Ckiiral. a
solid extract, the Invention of an eminent Cheuiist,
It hii nol only been highly recommended, but cer
titled to by a large number of Chemists und Physi-cians-rcpii'scnting
a very high degree of medical
srleiia 1 the Suiesl. Most Acceptable nnd R.'lelt
ble Food for thcGtowth and Protedioii of Infants
ami Children, nnd for Mother lacking Sufficient
Noiiri"iiinent for their otlspring.
I'nlil.e those preparnlious iinnle from anliral or
vinous inatler. which are liable lo stimulate I lie
bniln and irritate this digestive organs, It cinbrar,)
in its elementary composition
That w hich make strong Hone and Muscle That
w hich make pood Flesh anil Blood. That which Is
easv of Digest lon-never i'ontlnating. That which is
kind and friendly tn the Bruin, and that w hich aetsa
a preventive ol those Intestinal Disorders inciden
tal to Childhood.
And, while it would bedillinilt to concelveof any
thing in Food or lleserl more 1 reainy und delirious,
or more nourishing nnd strengthening a an ail
ment in Fi ver, l'lilmonurv Complaints, Dyspcpslu
and General Debility, Its 1,'ahu Mkiiii'INai. E.xi kl
i.knck in all Intkstinai. Diskasks. especially In
Dvseiitel'V, Clii'oiilc Diiii'i lui'ii nuil Cliolei'ii llitiill
turn. lias been Inconteslably Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
P1IINCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES.
10HN CARLE & SONS. NEW YORK,
3 fc-t 2
5 . M
5 J- -
5 S 0
MARKETS BY TELEGRAni
Liverpool, August 1G, 2 r. m. Wieat
unchnngeil Winter, 0s93 2d; Spring,
7d 10ilSs California average
fs Gd&'.h CJ; California club. Os 5d
10s. Com 4s 5d4s 101.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, August 10,12:20 p. M.
Wheat steady No. 2 Chicago, $1 00;
No. 2, Milwaukee, if I 00; Ked Winter,
1 00l 08; -No. 2 Red Wintc-r,
$1 03Ji;No. 2 Amber, $1 OSJJ; Corn
quiet No. 2, 4C
carcaoo ouain and produce.
Chic A(;o, August 10, 1 1 ;00 a. m. Corn
September, 34 October, 84 8'. Pork
Septembe, if 8 47; October, 52'.
Oats September, 23;; October, 2.3a'
Wheat October, September,
Chicago, August l"i, 12 m. fork
September, $3 57$; . October, 13 03.
Oats October, 21; October, 23 JB "Wlieat
Si-nti'inber. 84 Corn unchanged.
I 7 r a c
A PROMINENT CITIZEN VISITS IT IN WRATH,
AND TELL' WHY.
Dear Sir: Will you allow me Bpace
enough in your paper to ask either the city,
state or national board ot health, why,
they tire so persistent in their efforts to kill
Cairo, as a business point, by not allowicg
steamboats to land and transact what busi
ncss they may have with our wharf-boats
and merchants, who they are compelled to
do business with, in the way of ice, store?,
etc., to keep themselves from starving on
their up trip, when they allow thetu to
land, just out side the city limits, put off
their passengers, who come as straight
back into the city as their walks will lead
Wliydo they couipcll railoads to trans
fer passengers and baggage nbove the city
when they allow doctors, conductors, bag
gage masters and all other hands
who have been on the same train
with those passengers for days
and nights, to come straight into the city,
without molestation, which they are doing
curb, day in cvory week? Why should not
boats land and cars run into the city find
make business for nil i '"Quarantine" an
swers, J,no yellowjack need apply."
But the city and national boards of health
can board tugs at our wharf, go down to
Quarantine at No. 1, und diink and smoke
our health nnd have a good time in general,
at our expense, with A. D. Langstaff, direct
from Memphis not twenty-four hours, nnd
then come nmong the citizens nnd say the
boatscaunotland, as we don't want any yel
low fever here! No, the boats must not
land that come from Yicksburg, Natchez
or New Orleans, when there is no yellow
jack at either place; but the boards of health
must Associate with parties direct from yel
low fever districts. Why is this? The an
swer is: Kill Cairo all you can; let business
go, so we, the boards of health, keep up the
excitement and draw our pay. Bemcmber
uncle Jack pluyed his little game, nnd it
looks like that little game has never been
finished yet, as should we chance to have
yellow jack with us we will see who are the
first to the front to leave, und I am sorry to
say the list of last year, 1 am afraid will
This quarantine, I 'must say, is as com
plete a fraud as was ever perpetrated upon
any city. If we quarantine against one, do
so to nil, steamboats, railroods, people and
all, from even entering our city.
The arrangements at No. 1 are wholly
unsuitt'd for tlie uses to which they nre to
lie applied. The council of health officers
met in the hospital boat on Friday during
ths rain, and to keep from getting drenched
to the skin, iu the cabin of the boat, they
were compelled to h-iist their umbrellas;
and for this rookery I understand the na
tional board has agreed to pay $15 a day.
Dr. Francis is reported as having remarked
that he was glad he intended the meeting
as upon his return to St. Louis he would be
as strict iih ever, since he now knew that the
Cairo quarantine amounted to little or not
hing. TI10 same gentleman asked Dr.
Heily how it happened that such inade
quate provisions were made. The Dr. re
plied that ho didnt know. Ho had been
placed in charge to draw ten dollars a day,
which was the most important considera
tion to him. On his return to Cairo Dr,
Fraiiris made the remark to one of our citi
zens that it would bo more humane to throw
the sick lutd the river than It would be to
place thetu on the "thing"
at No. 1. Now, nftcr ull
the talking and blowing nnd telegraph
ing nnd traveling, to this fthnmcful end
have we come, that It will disgrace our city
to have our arrangement made known.
The citizens of Cairo ought to take, the '
matter in hand; nnd if we are to have
quarantine at all, let it bo one of the ,lhot
gun kind" let it apply to one and all to
steamboats, railroads, ferries, skiffs and even.
foot passengers. Let it be rigid and ex
elusive, and not as it now is, a mere sham
and a pretense. '',
Yours Respectfully, etc.,
Walton W. Wright.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
Now Auule fair, with ailken hair,
And eyes of azure light;
Why do you we.r that pensive air,
Aud ask that 1 shall write
'Upon so bitterly aad a theme? '
Yet Hill you plead? well then.
My heart shall trace tho brokeu dream,
If vou will bold '.be pen.
I knelt betide a rivulet;
lit music lost it mirth.
1 stooped to pluck a violet,
But It sank within tho earth.
A haduiv, ro..ri u illur aiuvu,
Floated acioss'the land,
And child like, with a heir! serene,
I clasped It proffered hand .
Gay birds, of rich and varied hue,
Sprang from boagh to boiiKh o'er head,
The fairest unto my bosom flew,
I clasped It, but 'twas dead.
I stood w here shining towers arched ,
O'er palaces of gold,
But the knights that 'ncatb the Ir glory marched
Were pale aod marble cold.
Beneath the treading of my feet,
Vanished the utalra of shell.
Oh, tired heart, hush thy dreamy beat
In mesmerism's cell.
The moon Is but a silver bow.
The dead dove can not coo,
Aud o'er the silent wave I row
Within my pearl canoe.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
MU. UABUr F.OADNIUIIT.
Never ogaln shall I tell the story
Of my heart's desolation aud woe,
Never again shall I see thee, Laura,
For thou eleept In the long ago.
Heart are broken, vows were said
Sad tears fall oil the face of the dead;
But we live on w ith our lives amiss,
Vonging for rest and stlcntneis.
Never again shall I paint the picture
Of my childhood home, so fair;
Never again shall I cull the flowers
Of beauty, rich and rare.
For the rose and pure white lily buds,
Have fallen and faded away;
And the dear old home of my childhood,
Hu long since gone to decay.
But I'll tell thee my dream ot Heaven;
'TIs a beautiful resting place
Where the tun ever shiues la splendor,
A the years creep on a pace ;
Aud I see the shining street of gold
On which the angel trod,
Laved by the pure, cold water,
That flows by the throne of God,
And friend Just over the river
The river of golden brown,
There a beautiful Home awaits you,
The palm, the harp and the crown.
May we meet where the buds and blossoms '
Of life, shnll bloom evermore,
In that beautiful land, the Uud of rest
Just beyond the evergreen shore,
Chicago, August 15th, 1ST J.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
Kuow'at thou the vale we call despair,
With weary day. and sleepless night?
Ah! there the dark trees bear no fruit
On cither hand, dimness and blight.
Once, in the days long since gone by,
Looking dow u on the dead white faco
Of one belov'U I then stood near
The entrance of this dark, drear place.
And then, a strong hand reaching out,
Drew me away from that dread spot;
But now though kindly voice call,
Hapless Iinelda heeds them not.
I Hand agMn by tuo entraucodlm
Agnln my life Is out of tuco;
I ee not now with youth's charm "d cyea
.My mouth have pass'd their sunlit June.
Oh! nmt I p:r.t.s in this dark vale?
in mute appeal 1 raise my bauds,
For faith and strength to bear me up,
To pa once more to summer lands.
Backward, again I turn to look,
On tangled muzy. path ahw!
Forward-Oh! FutliT, give mo stretutli,
Till fruitless, dreary va'.e to pa.
Let me forget the thorny strait.
My feet all bleeding have pass'd through,
'Till I have reach'd this entrance dim,
Where now 1 t:uul without a duo
To tell me where thy will may lead:
And here I wait wlthweirlej bralu
Reach out thy bund and guide moon,
To thlueoivu rainbow lands again.
Ah! well I kuow (lie world cm mow,
Without lily aid -and yet. otic prayer
I make hen' near the entrance dim
Of Unit dark vitle we call lU'-palr.
Thou know'si the goal I falu would reach;
Take from my hand tiilt hopeles cup
My dream ol Joy, oh! pn not by
Give strength to take uiy duties up.
I hear the voice calling ine
" Beware! they Heps near that dark kind.
Whore come no happy harvcM-tlme;
Its tree stand dark 011 either hand."
I hear, and wait -nmt I be mute
Still uiiinlled w llh these clouds of caro?
Oh! shower thy balsam 011 my bend,
In auswerto InieUla's piayer. IUth W-.
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