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tl ia leading tnislucs houses whose tulvurtlvo
menu may lie found In Tub Ucu.ktin .
C. O. I'atier A Co,, Commercial avenue and Nino-
Clitt. II Stewart, Kighlh sired.
On! ivtcrs .v. liro.. Eighth ulivi l.
''' I'lrcl, Vm-liitigton in. 'line nnd Eighth
lb lirvuiil; office, Eigluh slm-t und Washington
i)r .1. II. Marean; ofilee, ltd Commercial avenue.
I)i . W ('. .Inoelvn. El"hth in-nr ('niiiiiicrclal
Di E W . WhitUicli, .i Commcu itti avenue
I! !! Smyth, No. is) Ohio levee
II. II J'.ui.Im... No. 7 rjhif levee ( ii ; stalrsl.
I! ':t!nM l.lfi., of New York, corner Twc
Twelfth mi 'I
II fill4 'lllll UV, -title
WldnAs and Orphan .M.lt:n.l Ai'l Soc'ety, Seventh
and (.'uinni'-r"lul an-niic.
ATTORN SYS AT LAW.
L't (.". r Ji l.aus b it, No. 11.) Comnier' i d aveune.
GENEKAI.CuMMIsMhS M ENCHANTS.
Pallidal IIpik , proprictes Eg.Mini M 11
)i:::.e. TMi:i wood it Voret A'i.s. Wi mat 1..T
bUtUGISTS -WHOLESALE AN.') RETAIL.
llvc'sy Urn., Oli! i l"v, t- uud ruriv-r Eighth und
(' !) Nttioim!. )!.n lcvc.
A'l-iilnifr Count v. mrii'T Eighth mid ( onim' ri isl .
) Wnll.-r. Kl.'!.l!i s'.rt"!.
! r ISms.. t ur.MT EigMl. slid Wu-hicgtMi
( I. iM . Oil. T.'lN l: hl:it.
) .1. s;.i ..it. curt.'T Twelfth and l.'-ui.
K r J-'n d. Corner Ninth nod Cumin, r t .1.
II ';. 1 11 t'uni.ri.-ri '.i: n'-'-ta.-
TIME f ABLE.
ik. time card at cairo.
II.I.ISuli'NTRAl. : It
H;M. AltlllVr. TUAI-lS l!'HIT
V i in. I V.il.... . . .j.litj, in.
Et 4 p in. Eipri- .?,: ji.tu.
CAIRO A VINC ENNESR I:
V :. m. : M.i!l I.r.u rn
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fit: A'.O. T. I.Ol'IS ANM S P.'iV (;l:l.E AXS !:.!:
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A ( . ' n i n . "itt'n " :ji n.m. .
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EXKKAI. I)i:i.lVKl: i.tirn . : JU a. m.; c:uf
V t,i' Order IK I'tirt.-i-til i.iu ul 1 1, ra ; c!o"
; s i in.
1 1. r-: i ).i:ti' I n : . Mi 1 hni (Viitrsl sad
l ii-iii;.l t ii.::.! Kii'r,:i ; tlw nt U'. w p. m.
i '.-.i ji;a rui'.r oia:. iaruu;"i una sv .v:in
Wm- M .'i via :U:.'.i IViitml. Cirn nt.d Vin-
a; ur Nrrr di .; i:ii:ros.l cIum at
(Vr.-i ".r.d Evar.i'i'l!'c Kir.-r Rimle tJiie at ii W
J m . v' lrii.t Kr!d ;.).
M.u,r.-V I! Tt.iafl.rK(.
Tn iu- ir r- Edward Ii.'Zda:i
CU-rt -l)uiiiil J. Kulry.
fo.n.fliir- Wm. II. (iill.irt.
M:i.':ial -J (V I-HIl'Ji".
A tiorni-y William Urinific a.
BnAKll of AUlKUKHf.
I-,,.. 'V.r,l'm l'i . ! I . , r, U I llnl.i'
Stoii 1 Wird-l)avld T. Lluc.Mr. C. 1! Wood-
T-iir 1 WirJ-W. P WHu't'.t, Kjbort Smith.
l'i irth Ward I'hariea 0 l'ati-r, Jni'' KinaKton
r:f:;. Ward-T. W. IlaMiday, ErurM 1) IVttit.
( Ir i::t I id.'i'-O. A. llarkrr
Cin-iit Cli-rk-J. A. Ki'dM'n.
County .I idu''--I'- K. Yurniu.
Comity Cl.Tk S. J. Ilnmm.
Cnunty Atlnnitiy- W. i'. Mitlk'-y
Coiiaiv Tn-asuriTA. J. Aid.'ii.
t'nruniT H. Kltycran..
County t'omiiii'.iiiifr'-T. W. llalllilay, M. V
H:u a. samni-l Brtiry.
c 1 1 r m ; i ks.
VKHICAN M. E.-Koiirti-i'iitii tn"t. Iii-Hwrn
Wu.niit and Ci.Ur it rivt : .T !' :ill:tli II
a. in nud Ti'i p. in.; Sund.tr Srhnol 1 :vi ji. in.
CAIlUlSTIAN-KiL'Mivtitli Htrwt; tiUTtmt: Salv
J v.W ln::)i) p. m. ; pronrli ln-j oi-iMiiiuaily.
Ull'Urll OK THE !;E!)KKMKlt-Eilri..ii!)
J Kourt.-fiiili Hrivt; Mnr:iliu Jirayrnt (Sahliaih)
JH::V) n. m.: vrvulni; l'rnyi r, T: Si' i. in : Sablmth
arLool 9 a. in.
T.IH.ST M1SSIOSAHV IIA1TIST Clll'ltClI
l1 l'ri'achiiti; at In ::). m.,:!p. in., and ":V . m.
Subtiutli school nt l. in. Itor. T. J. Minn.',
"I I'TIIEKAN-Tltirtt'i'iitli trM; m-rvirfu Sub
j lutli n. in.; Smidiiy rtiiiii ji in. Krv
MET!I0l)IST-C.ir. Kicrhth and Walmit rw
rri'itihiiii; Snbbath 1 1 ; : Jt u. in. nnd 7 p.m.;
prayi'r mi'i'tliii;, Wednrnibiy 7::K) p, in. ; Sutuliiy
St liool, !i a. in. Her. Wliliiaki-r, pitntor.
1)HKSllYTEl!IAS-ElL'litli "trwl : pn-aclilnt! tn
Sublimit ut H:tW a. in. mid 7::)"p. m.; pniyer
uit'OtitiLt WrdiH'aduy nt 7:1 p.m.; Sunday hiltnul
ut ,1 p. nt. Uuv. U. Y. lii'iirjji'. pa-tnr.
QKCOXD FKEE WILI, HAl'TIST - Fin.rt tb
T5 ftrrcl. bi'twi'vn Walnut and Cedar MrtTla, hit
v:ci' Milibatli at S nnd 7;:m p. in.
ST. IOSEPII'S-(llomiiii Catholic) Corner Cmm
nnd Wulnnt atriTla; aerrli'i'a Snbbath 10::tia.
in. ; Sunday Schmd nt i p. m. ; Vcpera S p. m. ; kit
vicin every day at B p. m.
OT, PATRICK'S Kiimnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
ctrect and Wahluirtuti areiiue; rrrlcea Sub
bath S and 10 a. m. ; Yvapern 3 p. in. ; Sntiday SoIhmiI
li p. in. ; tervlceD every day at S p. in, Iter. K. Zabul,
Obtained for new Inventlonf. or fur Improvement
on old one; lor medlnil or other compound, tradic
marka nud label". l areiili. Anlt.iimeiitii, Inter
feriMlci:, Appeiila, Suit for Infrlnuenielit, nnd
nil case nrlnlun tiuder tho Patent l.nw. prompt-
lv attended to. lnretilloli that haw been
t)V IVrTlit'ytbuPatentOIUi'o muytlll,
l,LiJ&Vl'' , mont cunm, bejiatented by
up. Ileitis npplto the l.'. 8. Patent flepnrlmetit,
and eiiKK(,l I'atent bulne uxclualvely, wc can
makR cloer fearchea, and neeure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe w '.ii)
are remo'le from Washington.
I M' VTrr(lIS Mu,l m model or kctcli ot
111 Till A VJItO your device; wo make i-x-nmlnatlon
nnd nilvlan a to imteiilnblllty. free ol
chariie. All correpniidencn alrlctly conlldenllal.
1 Price low. nnd tin clmriie mile Puwut I aecurud.
Wo refer In Wnhltiitnn. to Hon Potnmi'ter
(lenornl I). M. Key, Krv. K. 1). Power. Tho Oerman
American National Hunk, to omclnli In tho 1'. S.
Patent Ollke. and to Henntora and Kepreaeutative
In CotiKren; and eapechtlly looor cllenia In every
Statu lu the Union and In Cniiadit. Adilre
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoiito Patent OQloo, WftfLMustoQ Q, g,
Hay i Boton phyalrlan. "ha no equal a a blood
jiiiritler llearluu of it many wonderful (iiriiiif
tirall other remedlea had lalleil. I viMted tho lull
ratory, and convinced myelf of lu gunulno merit.
i . ff'-Pf'dfrom bark, runt and herli. each of
which Ih highly elltcUve, and they are compounded
Ut iutlt iiiaiiiier a to produce aMuni-liiiiK remilt.
I the ureal blood purifier.
Will cure tho wornt cu of ScrofuU.
I reraniineiid'-d by phyHitian and apothecarle
Ila efl.-cted Home marvvloiiH ciin la iae of
Cun the wort cam e of Cmker
Jl"et with wonderful hiitw in M.-rcurial dl'eaac
Will eritditiii"- Salt lt!i..um from tie- i-.-lem.
U"t:nr.e pimple, nnd IlumorH f;-u:u the l e e.
('Mr. .(..;:. t:;,.vti(i!i and r.-v'.lnti the huwel.
I. a i .il'ia'ib! remedy for H.-adae!. .
W. !i i-ir" I)ypi'pia
l:e:.ir- tl.eeiilir': jti-m to a l:.i!l',ij niiidltioii
KvtllOVe tl;C (BIX1 li Ijizii.e...
I.', licve Kii.!::. :il t!ie .i;.jt
Cure I'aiii. in the U-.r k
Elei t ..:: i n: r Kldu'-y -m;ltitit.
I e.,i In., ij, . ijure fif Fetuaie U'.-:tl:ri. .. -.
I" th- LTfiit reinecy for li' ti(T:.l I) ':!:t)
I- tiik ttr
II. It. STEVKNS, IJOSTo: .MA.SS.
VejctiiiP is Sold I'y all Ii-ii;oK
WHOLMAI.K WINKS AM) I.I(,H.()Ki
UJ SMYTH tt CO.,
Wh()le:ile and Itet:i;i I).-a!er in
Foreiifii ami Dumestic Liquois
Wines ol all Kinds,
NO. (10 OHIO LKVKK.
ATI-SSI.'S. SVYTll A- CO liHvecon-l.'intlvalarL'c
ill tnck of tin' let (od In the market and L'ivo
epei ial titt-ntiiiti tu Oic wbolefale btaucu l the
Dealer in lresli Moat.
ll-tvii-ii ';isliiie;t(m und ( 'm
inei eiitl Av., udioiiiiiii; Ii;iiiny8.
'REPS fur Hide tin; lient Deer, Pork, Mutton. Veal,
l.iimb. Sauin;e, Ac, mid i prepared tuaervo
famllle in an acceplnlile manner.
rnoriuETou of ssimioats patent
Wholesale) Dealer in Ice.
ICE 11 Y THE CAU LOAD OKTON, WELL
PACKED FOlt SHIPPING.
Car1 Ijoad.- a Wpoeialtv.
o b" l k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
.MARKETS II Y TELEGRAPH
LivEitpiHtr,, August :!0, 2 v. m. Wheat
iiuvlianged -Winter, f)s rj Os 2.1; Spring,
8s(yj8s !)d ; Ciilifurniu iivornire, 89 fid Sis Oil ;
Culif.irniit dull, Sis .Villus. Corn 4.s 8'1
NEW YOltK (llt.MN.
New Yohk, August "0, 13:00 v. m.-
Wlicutfiiii t--No. 2 Cliiciio, $1 01
1 04; No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 0.1Vjil 04;
Ilcil Winter, $1 0001 10; No. 2 Hul
Winter, 09,; No. 2 Amber, 1 00
1 10. Com fiiict-Nn. 2, WiGWtl.
cifrf.Aoo oitAr.N and rnnnirE.
CiircA;. Auytist ."0. 10 a. m. Corn
Sejiti iiiber, :i2-g; Odober, '.'.!. Pork
Septimlicr. $7 iV, ; Oeto?n-r,JS 07 OuU
Scpti'inlicr, 21;'( ; Ott'ilx r, 22;f322,V
Wheat September, wr; ; ()( tuber '80'.
CintAfii), August 11 u. m.
Wheat St'idember, 0: Ortobcr, 80.
Pork SeptemlM-r. $7 Srt(fj7 UZ ; October,
ts 02) 03. Oats-Senteinbcr, 22;
October, 21 5. Corn -September.' :J2(;
CiiifAfio, A'i'.'ii.st ::o, 12 m . Pork
Sejiti-inb'-r, 7 !fi(;'i7 Si'.'Ji; October,
fx 02'.;. Os-Scpteniber, 21 ; Octolur,
22.;. Wltfat-S.'ptemlMT. n: October,
t0 '4 . Com September, "'2: October,
ANOTHEIJ INCREASE IN THE NL'M
IIKi: OF NEW CASES.
TIIK 1. 1ST M i'!K THAN OOi'W.K THAT OK
Tin- ii'Vi-r is a;rain on tin: iii' tease. Twcn-ty-t'.vo
caes in all, six w.'iite and sixteen
colored, wcic reported by the Board of
New Oi:u.an. Angut 21). Dr. Iicmiss
reports (b iu nil Hood very dangerously ill,
and another of General Hood's children
has fever to-day. The Times says the fever
has bt."-:i ennrbe'l within Camp street, the
river ami Second and Seventh streets
during its exi.-tence through the present
year, and there are now within this area
five cities, nil told. Of these, one is
believed tu be convalescent, and one person
w as attacked Friday, one August 23, and
the other two since then.
General Hood is very low and it is
feared hr; will not live through the night.
His constitution is much shattered owing
to the loss of his wife and loss of nearly
his entire fortune.
I'.ir tli C:iirj 11 ili"ti.i
A TIIUE GHOST STORV;
IJY MII.NSCIIKM HIEl .Mi.
1 was sitting in the stoic with by back
leaning against the counter, my teet hung
up over the back of a chair w hich was
standing in front of me. This position for
elegance might be a trirle below the ac
knowledged standard; but fur indicating la
ziness could scarcely be excelled. I was
thus enjoying, or rather enduring to the
best of my ability one of the hottest days
of that intensely hot month, July, '71. The
lids of my eyes had grown heavy, and I
was nearly asleep, when in stepped Jack
Jenkins, w ho, with a voice loud enough to
jar the shingles on the roof, said "how de
do." I said, "my do was not worth boast
ing of, as I am almost too lazy to cuipiire
about the health of yourself "and family."
"You need'nt mind Squire" he replied,
"I'll save you that trouble by telling you
they're are all well. I am about the poor
est of thein, and I only feel a little drowsy
and stupid like; having been up all night
looking for a haunt." "A hiuint Jack !"
"You do not mean to say that you were tip
all tn'ght looking for a haunt?"
"I do for a fact Square, and ef you aint
too busy or too lazy I'll tell you all about
Having nothing particular to engage my
attention and Jack being pretty good at
spinning yams, I told him to proceed, that
I would give him my best attention. Making
n small goods-box answer the purpose of a
chair, ami leaning against the opposite
counter, resting his heels on the head of a
salt barrel and replenishing his masticatory
apparatus with a pretty fair sized piece of
Hat tobacco, he commenced :
"You know where the Widdcr II
lives? Well, it is her house that is haunted.
You see the hunt had been there upwards
of a month before 1 knowed any thing about
it, Square, and when I llrst heard about it,
I did'ut pay much attention to the matter,
because I thought it was some fool yarn the
hoys had started to get up
a little excitement in the ncighborluod.
Hut I snon found out that everybody had
heard about it, and u good many had gne
there of nights to watch for the hatit, ')tit
nobody had never seed it yet. They could
hear it, first in one phicu then in another,
nnd it mado n noise like n person moaning
and suiroring awfully. It kind o' nulled
MORNING, AUGUST 31,
me, I did'ut like to believe in hunts, still I
thought whero there is so much smoke
there must of a consecpuence be some fire, so
I concluded to go and see for myself.
Yesterday evening, having got through
with my work an hour earlier then com
mon, I eat my supper and started for the
widder's, when I got there it was jist about
dark and I reckon there were then about
twenty people und they kept droppiu' in
tell about ten o'clock, there must have
been fifty then, without the babies, tesides
a couple o' dozen dogs. Old Babel couldn't
evbeen more noisier than that crowd; tf
there had been ti hundred hunts there at
that time you conldu't ev heard them.
Along towards eleven things began to quiet
a little by degrees, and when tho clock
struck twdvc you could r:v beard a pin
drop; all vas listening fur the hant. Wo
didn't hnvs to wait very long before we ull
heard :t- hut whatsecms. kind o' curious to
me, no two of us heard it in the same di
rection, one said he heard it under the Moor
another one under the bed, another said lie
heard it back ot the house in the bluff, and
so on. I can tell you, we had jist the big
gest argument, you ever heard, fur every
one, was talking at once, and for fear there
was nt enough said by the fifty people ores-
cat ; the couple o' dozen dogs done what
they could in supplying their koto of noise
by barking and yelping as lively as their
strength and lungs would bear. I reckon
Square, this argument or debate, would
compare very favorably with some of our
great debates in our National Congress. I
was pooty well satisfied that I heard
the hant on the loft, became my
facilities of hearing are a little bigger
than any there, if they stick out right smart
from my head. The noise that we heard
was something like an ox, having his nose
close to the bung hole of a barrel and blow
ing his breath into it, though it didn't sound
quite so loud. In about n half hour the
argument was nearly wound up, only about
half a dozen dogs were yelping nud four
or five men and about aik equal number of
women were given it the finishing touch.
Arrangements were now commenced for a
thorough hunt about the house and pre
mises. The force was divided into squads
of from live to six, all but my squad, I
reduced that to one, then the hunt com
menced. There wasn't an inch of ground
within a hundred yards of the house, but
what was gone over at least three times.
Dick Parson and his squad was just coming
hack to the house when Dick seeing a hole
in the underpinning about big enough for
a suiau man to get tlu-ough, ho told the
Ikivs, that under the floor was just as likely
a place for a hant as anywhere else but
that hole was too small for him to get
through, or he would take the lead, but as
the rest of them are all right smart littler
than he. he told them if they felt disposed
to venter under there that he would stand
guard ouside. This was agreed to and
through the hole went the squad, all except
Dick. They took with them an old tin
lantern; it didu tgive as much light as that
great luminary, which blazes in the starry
heavens at high noon and extinguishes all
their sparks without the least bit of
trouble. Excuse me Square for getting
such an awful distance above my subject.
It is as the poet says, "but one step from
the sublime to the redickilus" and visa
versa, just according to how n person's
thoughts wander. Well, as I was saying,
they took the tin lantern nnd looked in
every hole and corner, but no hant was there.
At last they concluded to come out. Dave
Draper, who had the lantern thought he'd
take another look. All at once while he was
creeping along slowly and carefully, some
thing went past him touching his face, nnd
he said the sparks flew like fury, and that
it had two round balls of fire. It made
him jump and strike his head against the
floor like cf he had a serious notion of
leaving that place head first through the
floor; when his head struck, he let go the
lantern, which parted company with the
stump of candle as it struck the ground,
the candle in consequence was extinguished
and left then) all in tctotal darkness. One
of the hoys asked Dave what was up "I
was up but I m down now and my head
don't feel any the better for having been
up," he said, "and boys I'll tell you what's
a solemn, fact, I got a sight at the hant sure,
if you'll look toward the chimney you can
see part of it now, its two blazing eyes."
They all looked that way and sure enough
there it was. They then concluded to have
a closer look at it, and started for it, Bob
lluster taken the lead. When he got in
about two feet he stopped, but no sooner
had he come to a halt than them two balls
went past him like n streak of lightning.
About the same time something struck his
nuse which made him see a million of little
stars not more then two inches from his
face. Now Bob is'ut very easily scared, but
he said afterwards that that scared him
nigh unto fainting and that his hair riz,
tight on end, everyone staudng still' and
straight without uuy help. He was'ut the
only one that was scared, you can put down
for a fact Square. Dick Parson who was
watching outside, hearing some kind of ft
rumpus poked his head iuto the hole, but
cf ho Uidu't jerk it back jist about (is quick
as any body could without unjinting his neck
I ain't a judge of mouso-traps, that's all.
You see, tho thing with them two shiners
was jist darten out of the hole when Dick
was poken his head in; they met about half
way, Dick jerked back so awful hard that
he could'nt stop himself tell he had turned
two or three summersets backwards, and I
tell you Square I never seed a mau look so
white and wlid like in all my days, as Dick
did after he'd come to a stop. Me and Jim
Jones was looking right at Dick when it
happened; but the time Dick got on his
feet again the other boys was coming out
from under the house and a more scared set
of boys you never saw. I reckon Square
you would like to know what it was that
raLed all this rucus; it was nothing more
or less then one of the biggest kind of black
cats. After they got over their scare enough
to be able to look around some, they could
see it very plainly, for there it sot right on
the gatejost as natural nnd as big as life,
the moon shining on as bright as broad
day light. By this time the boys was pooty
nigh disheartened and had half way con
cluded to give up the hunt. "Boys" says I
"there is one piucc that we haven't examin
ed yet and that is, the loft. If we find the
hant at all, it will be up there, for it's from
that direction that I heard it." After par
leying a while it was concluded to investi
gate that place. There was no steps nor
ladder, so we put a chair on the table and
climbed up that way. Dick Parson and five
or six of the other boys went up, they look
ed about in every direction and in every
place where there was any likelihood of a
hant, but found nothing. They was jist on
the point of coming down, when Dick, who
was crawling over the loft on all fours, put
his hand on a sheep-skin. He had'ut more
than touched it, when he heard the same
sort of a noise we heard about two
hours before, aud took to be the hant.
He didn't know at first what to do about it,
but as the noise stopped directly, ho
picked uji the sheepskin very easy and
careful and brought it to the opening,
where they had ail gathered. Just about
then some one knocked his head against
Dick's funny bone in the arm, in which he
held the sheepskin aud made him drop it.
When it struck the floor, you never heard
such burzzen in all your life. There was
the hant for a fact, nnd you better reckon
there was lively times among the folks tor
a while. The women running and scrcaminir.
the men hats off ami fighting the hant, for
it had spread itself all over the house.
Now, Square we learned one thing. We
learned what that hant was, I tell you we
was sold poov chenp for the hnnt was
nothing but a nest ot Bumble Bees!
for the Cairo Da'.ietin.
IX MEMORY OF R0B-R0Y HAR3IAX,
Karewel!. dear Roll! we knew and lov'd thee well,
Aud pleasant mem'rlcs dueter 'round thv name.
Strange, that death always finds us unprepared.
as on the day the mournful niesHaTO came.
And thou art dead! Oh! fad will be the heart
Miilgitth'rlug 'round the broken house-hold tree
Alt! we know how the bitter tears will start
For month? and year, dear Hob. bereft of thee.
In our own homo will youthful eye grow moist,
fpeuklugor thee, their nchoolmate. and their
And but thi tribute can our weakness bring.
With kindly words our tear of mourulnz blend.
We w ell remember when we saw thee lust,
We noted then thy noble, bovish crace:
Out ah! dreamed not. how soon death' aomher
Would bide from its thy youthful, handsome face.
Oh! broken hearts, in this sad hour of grief.
We fain would reach to thee a eoolhlnebalm:
Dut human arm are short, nud God alone
Can still griefs tempest, In his sunshine's calm.
Farewell dear Rob! the sands are running low-
Oh! may w e walk stiU nearer to our God-
Sweet summer: may thy fairest blossoms bud
Where he will deep beneath the earth's greru
"od. KatbW .
Kor the Cairo Utttletin.
AFTER THE RAIN.
Pink a sea-shells, bend the phlox
Over the rose-hud's head,
And the yellow butterfly unlocks
, Its w Inns, o'er gpritiilniu'of red,
After the rain.
Like tiny coals ol lire bum.
And In roe geraulum. v heu wet.
.More fragrant breath one muv discern,
Alter the rain.
Cool the mint, the fash-leaved balm.
And lavander blossom too,
The air Is filled with Joyous calm,
And the muk vine Is a deeper blue,
' After the rain.
bark the shady pine and ras.
Honey-suckle' scent is sweet,
The lady sllppeis are not glass,
Yet they cover Clia'.ereila feet, -After
The wlix bergonta sleep
With tenr w et face of a child,
The ornamental strawberry creeps
Itscrlmsou 'mid the emerald w ild, -After
The old-fashioned mailgold
Stand gauntlly as a page,
The sun llower bonds, half shy, half bold,
And droop the red buds of the sage, -After
The "pitcher-p'.aut" pours the light.
Of rulu, through leaves half-curled,
Tho four o'clock are folded tight,
And morning glory l!ag are furled,--After
The rich verbenas cling
Together lu a hand,
As quaint Indian heads the fuchsias swing,
Trembling within tho w ind's cool hund,
After tho talu,
NEW SERIES NO. 58.
Kor the Cairo Bulk-tin.
NOT LOST; BUT GONE BEFORE.
TliccrcDcent moon In abroad to n'uht,
In liurroho of silvery gleam ;
While I Uan from my window
With ncltliiif head, (
And think nf my loved ones,
Hnfc und dead
Out there 'neath tho tvavcrlou beama.
And In It Iter honiu-that narrow mound,
I)y the willow' drooping ihad:;
Wheiii th6 roue hlomoma,
So frail aud nweet,
Drift their pearly Know
O'ro ber dainty feet
And thu vloluti bloom aud fade?
Ah no! for I feel her gentle breath
Ou my check and fevered brow
Aud wins that the Micoi)
Of her gulden hair
Ilermillnc lips and race,
' So bright and fair,
That flitted by, Junt nowr
'Tla gone. Ia angulch I wait lu vain
For slouch of that gentle band,
barling, to feel thy life, once more.
I'd give my hope of that other nhore
My faith In the belter liiud !
Hut all I still . o voice ropUM,
Hut the ioflly sighing breeze
Tuut M'Ulnper uillly of her. J think,
Who even now
Walt on the rlver'o brink
My bark on utormy eas.
The moon 1? pale her shifting liht
K.'iliin o'er my weary head
One thought Ktill romfurtH me :
I know she U
Ileyond the resell of trouble,
Care and woe
Ilolovc d. cafe andduad!
Caiiio. 111., Auguat, Kit.
Easily ixci kiiei), tekkioly oustinatk,
Is rheumatism. Even at the outset, tho
ordinary remedies are frequently powerless
to cope with it. This is more particularly
the case when a tendency to it is inherited.
It should be combatted" before it becomes
chronic. When the first tidings are felt,
recourse should be had to Hontetter'a
Stomach Bitters, a depurent which expels
from the blood those irritating principles
which, by contact, cause inflammation nnd
pain in the muscles and joints. Poisonous
medicines which are ussually administered
for this disease, but which, in a slight over
dose, may terminate it by destroying life
itself, should be avoided, and this safe" and
more effective medicine used instead.
Those disorders of the bowels, stomach and
liver which frequently accompany rheu
matic and gouty ailments, are invariably
removed by this excellent liotauic correct
ive. C'iiafi.w L'ndku Disappointment. It is
said that the reason why Butler sought tho
gubernatorial nomination was because he
had not been fairly treated by the Repub
licans. The best cure for chafers of all
kinds is Henry's Carbolic Salve. Try it
and be convinced. Beware of counterfeits.
Taken is the act Sister Jones called
on Elder Smith n few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she eutered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at seeing him take a driuk from
a suspicious lookinrr bottle. He nnfip.i
her look of inouirv and said: "Thei Sm.
ter Jones, is Tabler's Port.ilinr
table Liver Powder, the only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles nr-;
isimr from a disordered liver. T
ommend it." Price 50 cents. For sale bv
Do We Believe is WiTcn.riiAiip?i
take the position that we do not, in its
oroau sense, saw a gentleman of years and
experience, nud vet we rind mum- nf flu.
present day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kind of superstition, when
they miirht be relieved bv n feu- nnnt;.-
tions of Table's Buckeye Pile Ointment."
This ointment is made from tlm i:n.L-n,.,.
nnd is recommended for nothing else but
piles. Try it. It will cure you. Price SO
cento a bottle. Forsalo bv Barclay Brim.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons sav
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with ShiloIVs
Consumption Cure. Do they not know .
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
n remedy that will cure Consump
tion will cci'taiuly and surely cure a
couirn or any limu or throat trouble v
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re-
tund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair tirooosition. PrTi.n
lOcts. OOcts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh'u
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Const ipation, and geu
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. IVico
lOcts. 1111(175 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragraa
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A 0000 INDOltSEMENT. It would no
doubt be highly amusing, and at the samo
time astonishing, to seen complete list of nil
the expressive and "powerful" names of
the multitude of short lived medical prep
arations placed upon the market during tho
past few year as "most wouderful dis
coveries" ami "infallible cures," (In hoc
signo vinees.) by unscrupulous speculators
and adventurirs, who, recognizing the value
of advertising seek by these- menus to ol
tuiii public favor and popularity for their
doubtful and so often entirely worthless)
and even dangerous preparations. And it
is a genuine pleasure for us to contend Dr.
Bull's cough syrup ns one of the few renlly
deserving medicines offered to the public.
Its adoption by many of our intelligent
physicians is due only to its real worth and
merit and by thousands of families it is re
garded ns "tlie standard household remedy
(Wash. D. C. Critic.)
Ik you want to be will in spito of your
self use Kidney-Wort. '-Cure Kidney di.
enscs like a charm.