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the Savings IJepari.netjt. Col.eciioi. I'.ae..
11 business promptly ttuled to.
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PHYSICIAN ct SUUGEOX.
Special attention psldto the irme pa'Mc treat
mtnt of surgical diseases, atii u;sees of women
OKrK'E On Ulh street, rppi s'te l ho
office, Cairo, III
JjR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave, Cairo. Hi.
VAI'OH, KLK'JTHO-VAI'oK ami M EDU'A TKD
Aiady in attuiutunce.
R. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Offil'I No. IS Cunimjrclal Avenue, tejtwuct
K?htiiid Nluth 8trBu
JJ 0. PARSONS, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE City Drug itoro, Carbondalu, 111.
13G &138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and corapleto lino
ot new Kail and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Motions, Etc.
A heavy dock of Body Iirutsclf, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all sizos and prices
Clothing& GentsT Furnlsh'g Goorfs
A rail and complete stocK is now ucidk
closed oat at great bargains.
Uoodi t Uottom Priwsl
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Clia. T. Xewlaml anJ
Plumber, Steam ad Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , Met. feuth anil Ele
OAlliO, : : : H.
Drive Well Force and 1.1ft Pump furnished and
put up. Agent for tlio L vlubratuu
"BUCKEYE FOKCE PUMP'',
thebeKt rump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
furnished to order. Old rixttires rejiaired and
t.rjolililti promptly attended to. Dl'i-tf
if. r. JIRiI)ERSO?r,
No. ltlLCoinmoi'cial Ave,
('! Agent i'nl the. (Ylcbiuteil
Manufn.'tiiier and Diralm In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
HEADQl'A'i TFItS I OJi
Iluildi r' Ihirdu'ire ami farperit.-rc' Tofil, Ta'-.'e
and I'orkct utury, lul ttj tt;e cmrkRl. l(.ip.'rt
liruK.' I'luted K r, I vh. Fork Him Stioon". (iriuiilc
Iron Ware. II r.iu Kurtlieinviire, W'li l- Moiint.'i'.u
KreeS'Ti", U'.iier C'loi'Tf, i;fri'era' or', Clothis
Vrliis."T', ( rown K.u'er'. Si p IildiTH, (iurden
J :n ; 1 iii-ii'. ; . .! rli MurOil S'livvn- lie-t ill the
world, I. impK iA every ilei" ri lion. Klaiu Oil,
( "ar, l SwC' .er, V liilier l)n-ter. Urooiiin, Win
dow Si:.een Wire Colli, 1'iili r-njiply ol Fi'hiU's'
The nhove -t roe it !,ottm pr'cej.
Corner l.vh uul ('ominen.iui Avenue, Cuito, I;l.
Telciihoiie No. 1
CAIRO CITY LIVERY" FEEDar:j
('(iiiinn rciiil Av . lift. Otli & Oth St.
X. li.llIISi LHWOOD, Propr.
(ioi'ij Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
rrilt)jdcei boa-rdcil ami well curotl
TKI.KI'HONK NO. VA.
1 1 It. SMITH.
COBEIIT A. HMITIi
(irand Central Store.
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Munufactare: i.J Dci'.vr lis
fJih S'.reei, letetu Com'l W;. h.- d I.eec.
('.VlliO 1I.1.1N Ols
CHOKE DORTN0 A SPECIALTY
ALT. KINDS OF AVL'MTION.
Sale l.vxvred. A'. Kir.,l ol Kvts M:id(
SV. STKVTTOS. Ca ro. T. Will). Missouri.
ST15AT rt)X & 1!1RI),
N ) 'j7 Ouio Levee, Cairo, l'l.
5yAe-nl( Amutlcan Powder Co
f ALU DAY RKOTLIERS.
DEAl l'.liS IN
i r;:, -u(x auv jTav
Egyptian Kl our ing Mil ! s
IfjhoHt Caa Pri' Va.nl tor Wheat.
The Regular Cairo I'iulucali Daily
a& GUS FOAVJ.KR
HHNliV K. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOKOli JOr.Ea. Cleric.
caves Piducah for Cilro daily (Sunday except
d) at 8 ft. in , and Mound City at 1 p. m. Hetum
ntr, leaved Cairo at 4 p.m.: .Mound Cltv at 5 p.m.
Mrs. Emily Bows,
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Mrs. AMANDA CLAHKSON, ARont.
No. iO Htu Cairo, III.
liGood Biock and Prices Heaiuuable. 3.1
53 ftCnutiou to Farmers & Healers
Yiv For Safely In proeiirlnc vonr 1IAU
-fTrjrNrjPOON lldSSK HAY FoliKS, stimet
iVSr only thou- IihvIiil' thereon an Inilirlnt
of out TiiAin auk, ana tlieiel.y save
CalaloL'Mes kIvIiilt ri'lttib'e Infi'iinatUiu furnlHlied
frco by Mfes and l'rop.,
X..I. NKLI.1S COMPANY. Plllsbure.Ptt
Also, Mfs. Nellls' Mutinied .t Flnatlntf Harrows,
Attt'l Steels, O m't'l Fencing, Ho.'id Orii'lers, &c.
It You D.!
ll')Oll Witllt Id Si II Itlllliilio,
11' yiiit want Id litiv uuj tliino,
If you want to im.ii'Hsc your lusiin"".,
T you w itit to hif uiiy iitii',
1 f ynii Wiint 'i Hitii itii.ii,
I f yoti Imvc n Iioii-i; to n ut,
I! you wiiut to rent a Ihhim1,
At I vert i. Mi in Ti:k Caiiio I!l'i.i.i.ti.n.
Kotice to liiiMiTs.
Tiin uii'itr. ixnti uru reiarLJ to iei
l 1" lor tliu lollowiijir ii,vilt'i.'i:s ut
.'I iry "s I'.ti k on tioj Fourth i I' J u.y :
1 sUii'i tor conii tlioiR-iy, ice cm-iiim
1 tliltl'l lur f,l!H:if.
1 etntt'1 tor I .'in -iiuilc, citler, ciai'.-1,
tleil toil, i, etc.
Dineiti',' Hour jirivilee will be k'l to
resp(lil,lc i;u!y, nil c 'II iitittl tint
fumifli crcliotri, Ibmr, seit-, etc.
I'.y or.lrr of ( 'I'liuiiittcu.
.Io. Sl l AilM.A,
N. I'. Tiii.vriT.woui,
lii;i;M vs Mnvt-u,
A. SwoijiiDA, Secret at y
For Rent or Sale.
A nice C')!i;m', 8 rooms, tjooil or ii-T, on
Wnlrjti. Siiet t, opv site ;',0 Street School
Jh.Uto. Ii ijuire ot 0. M. Aeleii. liu
An Eii'l to Hone Sciaiiing.
EUnnl Sin -pLeiJ, oi' ll.irrisl'Ut', II!..
says: 'Tl.vico received so much benefit
I'mih Eltctric Hitters, I feel it my duty to
let i-uir.-rino; Immunity ki.o'.v it. Have Imd a
riitiii;' sol,; oti my le f r eiolit yenrs; my
l.,etnr told me I would lutve to liuve tiir
i.oin; s;riped or leo; amputated. 1 used,
ir.tt.i'i. three, hoitles of KUctrie Bitters and
seven b'.xis liuckl'-n's Artiira Silw, aed
my leg is now SMind find weM.''
Electric ll'ttcts ir-j sold ht fitty cents a
liottle, tiiid lVicklt-n's Arnica Salve at '2ic.
pir lio hy liirelay F.ros. (")
biickieu's Anuct Salve
"1 i:e I'ea Salve in tlio world for Cuts,
.iiuUcs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores 'letter, l'hi. pel llnadd, Chilb'ains,
' 'i.'ii.s, uo uil Skiii Lr',iitioii, and positively
; uies I It is ounrautee I to 'ive per
fect ba'i.-.i'dttio'i, ornionty refunded. Price
.'") cuits .r i" x. Fi r alt by Barclay
A Stai'tlin; I)i-ctivery,
Mr. Wm. J"lm -on, of Ilunm, Dak., writes
ihut his wil'e t I been troubled with llCUtt!
liront'ii'is t r many years, mil that all
remeh.s tried o-ive no perni'tnDt relief,
un'i! he procuied a bottie of Dr. King's
New I)i.-c"V. iv i. r Citiuiiiti"ii, Cotioh?,
and Cold-, which hid a siianical ell'ect, auil
producid a ptriioiti-nt rme. It is uirna
teed to cere all .tes of Throat, Lungs,
or Hrom hinl Tube-.
Trial B ttks Frie at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. La... S'.e 1 .00. (3)
A por man v Philadelphia, who ),H(j
fcutlered terribly from rheumatism, borrow
ed ft dollar with which he purchased a bot-
t'e nf Atbloj hero-. Ho tell the result as
f"!!owa: "I to k my first dose Tuesday af-
term and on Wednesday, alter but seven
dne.;s, I h id n .t a sharp or a severe ache
) ft. I whs aide to be steady at work till
Siturdnv, when I took a severe cold, and
was unable to use my left hand. 1 pur
chased another bottle, and by bedtime I
"Ruii?li on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Itou-h on Corns.'' l"ic.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Dr. Warren Prinze, for UO years a prac
ticin' nhsiciau of well deseived protni-
ueuce, at Forristelle, St. Charles' Co., Mo.,
stvs, Auj;. 2lth, li"5o: I use Merrell's Pcu-
triitinL' (Jil rcLHilarlv in tin' nnclice tor
external applicatins, and I cheerfully per
mit you to use my name.
Quick, complete cure, all annnying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Disea:-cs. $1. 00.
There is no one article in the line of
medicines that gives so large a return for
the money as good porous strengthening
plaster, such as Carter's Smart Weed aud
Belladonna Bacbacbe Plasters.
Yeni, Vidi, Vici I came, I saw, I con-quered--is
adaptable to Allen's Bilious
Physic. It quickly relieves Constipation,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c, 2't Cents. At
Cream and Cold Weather.
What a luxury is a bath iu summer.
Surely, but a greater luxury is a clou r head
in winter; just when almost everybody is
sneezing and Btiutll.ng with a cold in the
head. But when you are attacked use
Ely's Cream Balm. It cures colds in the
head, and what is better, it cures the worst
cases of chronic cattarrah and hay fever.
Not h liquid, not a snntV. Pleasant to use.
Quick relief. Badical cure.
"Rough on Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. i'n
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liqu'd,
50c. At Druggists. 2
Cheap Homes ia Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lice of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Badway, Texas and
Pacific Bailway and International and
Great Northern Bailroad, are thousands ol
iicrcs of tiie choicest (arming and grazing
lands in the woild, ranging in prico from
$'.'.00 to $300 and if 1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in nnd makeup your mind to go and
fee for yourself when you learn that tho crop
fur 1(333 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1 fea'J. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, anil paying one fourth, one
half, or all cash, a propoitionato rebate ia
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowNbiiNn, Geu'l Pass. Agt.
St, Louis, Mo.
The Daily bulletin.
'1 he iloul le daily car service of the
Missouri Pacific Biilway Company, over its
Iron Mountain Division between Cairo and
St. Louis, which w is inaugurated about a
wick Hgf, has leen tikei advuitage of by
many traveling between the two points
named aud proven a great convenience.
Passengers leaving St. Louis at 8:10 p. m.
can take Pullman Sleeper thiough to Char
leston, arriviug at 4:15 a. ui., and arrive ht
Cairo at C:o0 u. ui., leaving Cure at 7:40 p.
in., can take Pullunn Sleeper at Charleston
at 0:25 . m., airiviiig at St. Louis at 6:25
Tho Novelty Iron stoic, established
and so long conducted with brilliant and
uninterrupted success by Mr. C. B. Wood
ward alone, until its business lias become
one of the most exteusive in this section
of the country, rivaling that of many of
tho leading business houses of the large
business centres of tho country, is now con
ducted by :i stosk com,) my, recently or
ganize 1 ut the instance of Mr. Woodward,
iu oi ler tint he might be, iu a measure,
at least, relieved from the grat responsi
bility involved in the proper conduct of
his wide-spread business. The company
has been incorporated under the State laws,
and at a recent meeting the following otll
cors were elected : Pre.-ideiit, U. It. Wood
ward ; Vice-President, T. B. Farrin ; Sucre
Ury ii. K. Wooi.v ird; Cashier, J. II.
Woo. ward. Tlsu are the oilicers of tho
company, but the personel of the stote
ol the business iu its various departments,
agreed upon hy the company, is as follows:
General Manager, C. it. Woodward ; Assis
tant General Manager, T. B. Farriu; Sec
retary, B. K. Woodward; Cashier, J. II.
Woodward; Accountant, II. E. Spau'ding;
General Forwarding Agent, P. C. Wil
loughby; Forwarding Agent, W. L. . Man
ning; Stock Foreman, I). T. Griffin; Fore
man ot Hjtui Djpartmeut, W. U. Hondrix;
Foreman of Wareh jush, E. Caswell; As
sistant Salesman, George Farriu ; Shipping
Clerk, L ju C";iri;tman. These will assume
the responsibilities of the various positions
to which they have been assigned for one
year from the date of their election.
--Iu the course of a rather tardy cnu
uient last evening upon a matter that had
convulsed this community aud Muuud
City for a whole week, the Argus says:
"Tiie question is, did Kittle make the state
ments ascribed to him in The Bulletin? If
he did, his affidavit afterwards, together
with the State's Attorney's publication,
snows uiej " Bimxetis has
affirmed repeatedly that Kittle did, at va
rious times aud iu various ways, assert un
equivocally, that Hon. Dan Hogan had in
duted him to make the disclosures lie made
concerning the Nelson Ilo vard mob. The
Bu.letin is prepared at any time to produce
a dozen Dr more tUli davits in support of
what it has said. But there has as yet
been no cause for pioducing these
affidavits. Under the circumstance Kittle
alone would have any right to question or
deny the truth of Tue Bclleux's charges
against him, aad he has not yet done
si. Until Kittle shall have done tin?, Tue
Bulletin's statement stands uncoutradic
ted by any one having any right to contra
dict it. Whenever Mr. Kittle shall public
ly deny that he said about Mr. Ilogan what
Tue Bulletin has charged him with hav
ing said, then shall we with no little pleas
ure and with great dispatch, convict him a
second tiniest beiug a man who, a3 a liar,
is worthy of tlio proud distinction apper
taining to tho individual who takes not
the cake only but tho whole dog goned
bakery in one grand haul. We repeat, that
we arc satisfied that Mr. Ilogan is innocent
of the wrong attributed to him by Kittle.
We never intimated, by a single syllable,
that he was guilty. We believe him inno
cent because we know that Kittle is an in
famous liar. Selah.
Lebanon, Mo., Viewed by a
High up in tho Ozark Mountains in
Western Missouri on the San Fraucisco R.
R., is the picturesque litto town of Leban
on, 185 miles from St. Louis.
Coming out here on the " 'Frisco" line,
one crosses a beautiful stretch of rolling
couutry lying along the banks of the Osage
and Meramec Rivers, while on one side the
view is bounded by the dark outlines of
the Ozark Mountains. This road employs
the steamer whistle, and its coaches are
extremely short, iu fact, they do not appear
to a Cairoite, much larger than our street
Lebanon has a population of some three
thousand, including inhabitants of old mid
new towns. Old Lebanon is a quiet little
place and a much better site for a city, in
our opinion, than tho new town which
formed around the depot when the" 'Frisco"
toad was built through hero some- fifteen,
years ago, it having skipped old Lebanon,
forming, in doing so, quite a curve around
Tho old part of the town was originally
buiit around a public square and was a
thriving little placo during tho war. Some
of the old houses still Btand and are head
quarters of the negro population, which,
wo believe, formed quite an item in tlio last
census (tho only feature out hero to remind
one of Cairo.)
Owing to tho recent lire, which destroyed
some two blocks iu tho business portion of
the city, the place dues not leave a very
favorable iinpre ,si ui on truveleis who ob
tain a:i unobstructed view of the ruins from
the i i.lioad; but on taking a stroll through
the Mibuibs of this delightful mile ple,
one is charmed by t!iu number of Costly
residences which greet the eye on every
A large force of men and teams an now
at work clearing away the debris in the
buint distric t, and a new brick block is
How under headway. Mr. F. A. Bradshaw
has the couliact fur building the Laclede
Hotel, a structure to be erected at a cot of
some $20,00'), und at the expense of a Mr.
Attaway, an enterprising citizen of this
place who was burned out in the gre it tire.
The plans and specifications havj been ob
tained and the building promise to be
quite an addition to Lebauon.
The new livery stable of Mr. A. Dingo's
will be a two-story brick, 75x100, and work
has been commenced on an addition to tho
Ozark House, which will then extend out
to the railroad.
Lebanon boasts a Very nice little Opera
House, runs three weekly papeis, supports
churchi s of six denominations, has a woolen
mill, and what is said to be the finest nour
ishing mill in Western Missouri.
The air feels cool and delightful, and
Lebanon, from its elevation we are told, is
never warm in summer and chills are an
unknown thing out here.
We took a drive through the surrounding
couutry, a short time since, and in some
places found late Corn jtist beginning to
peep out of the ground, while the wheat
fields still retained their bright, green car
p t -quite a contrast to the farming lands
of S .uthern I.luiois where harvesting has
The opLiun, we have beard, i xpressed
of Cairo since our sojourn here, is that our
beau'ilul city is an unsightly hole to be
blotto I out of creation a spot in which
the germs of disease will never be rooted
out, und that it is the abode of horse thieves
and cut thnats.
A great many good things remain unsaid
of Ltb anon, but space prohibits mentioning
more. We believe that the "boom," which
has recently struck this place, will result in
making L:binon a prosperous city in the i
futuie. A. M. W.
Lekano-n, June 213, 1834.
St. Vincent's College, Cane
What a Visitor Saw ami Heard While
There on Last Tuesday as a Specta
tor at tho Coinnieuceiiifnt Exercises.
This institution, chartered by the legis
lature of Missouri in 1843, is conducted by
the Fathers of the ''Congregation of the
.: j, was originally intended, and
was Used for ft Into tiiiu.. ....
educating young men for the priesthood,
but of late years its doors have been thrown
open to all young men desiring an cduca
The college is situated upon an elevated,
yet level pitce of ground south ot the town,
and about 500 yards from the edge of
of the Mississippi river. As you enter
the largo gatu ou the north, you strike a
beautiful pathway about 15 feet wide lead
ing to the main door of the College build
ing, a distance of about 200 yards
from the gate. On either Bide
of this pathway are cedar trees
about twenty feet high and about ten or
fifteen feet apart, tho branches of which,
reaching over, form a beautiful arch, so that
by this means a shade is afforded at all
hours of the day to tlio professors and stu
dents who may be frequently seen taking
their daily walk up aud down this lovely
spot of ground.
The college proper cousist3 of two
massive brick structures, which come
together and form au "L." These build
ings arc heated by steam and lighted by
gas, which is generated in the basement of
the buildings. West of the main building,
but adjoining is another largo brick struc
ture, the upper story of which is used for a
chapel and Ihe lower st,ory for tho exhibi
tion hall or lecture room, where the com
mencement exercises and other Amusements
are held during the year.
The main yard for the senior students is
an enclosure of about four to six acres, car
peted with "Kentucky Blue Grass" and in
terspersed hero and there with beautiful
shado trees of unitorm height aud size.
West ol this yard is the "Garden of Gar
dens" filled with flowers of every kind aud
description. Hero tho student of botany
can guzo and muse to his hearts content.
South ol the college buildings is tho or
chard, consisting of five acres of rare
aud toothsome fruit.
On the east of the buildings is the "Min
ims recreation ground", a spot of ground
of about three acres, which might bo called
kindjof ravine, being of a gradual slope from
the east end of tho main college buildicg to
tho river. This enclosure is likewiso cov
ered with grass aud has much larger shade
trees than those in tlio main yard.
The foregoing is but an imperfect des
cription of the colle';o and its aurroundiugp.
The course of study pursued at this insti
tution is threefold : Commercial, Classical,
and Ecclesiastical. Tho faculty has power
by law to confer the usual university de
grees or privileges.
Rev. J. W. Ilickey, tho accomplished
scholar and eloquent divine, is President of
St. Vincents College, being assisted by the
following clergymen aud professors, Rev.
D. D. Ley Ion, T. D. O'Keefe, M. O'Brien,
E. M. Ilopkius, T. Kearney, M. 'Traynor,
II. A. Asmutb, J. W. Bowing, LniisSchult.
aud S. S. Harris, M. I).
It was to visit the above institution and to
wituess the closing exercises held there last
Tuesday, that Mr. Justice Mulkey, his eldj
est son, W. C. Mulkey and lady, Mr. C. R.
Stuart and E. B. Tetitt took tho City of
Ciro for Capo Girardeau last Monday.
On our arrival wo proceeded to the college,
where wo wero kindly received by the
president ami clergy. After resting awhile
and viewing the grounds, we repaired to
the St. Charles Hotel for rost and refresh
ments. In tho evening we went to the
college again, where wo were furnished
with good seats in the spacious exhibition
hall, where, for two hours, wo were held
"epcll bound" by the students, who carried
out to the letter tho programme, which wo
givo below :
Exhibition March (J. Kypta), band; Sal
utatory, T. Gillan; Matilda Tolka (Kypta),
St. Vincent's College Orchestra; The Ad
vmitages of College Discipline oratioD, AV.
Wolfinger; Les Roses Valse E. Kettcrer,
Band; Principle the True Rule of Conduct
oration, Jus. Gillan; Come Back to Erin
Claribel, Members of Glee Club; Ture as
Snow, (Idylle)-Gustav Lange, J. L.
Schultz; Religious Orders, and Society
Valedictory, C. L. V. Mulkey; Victory
March (Arr) J. Kypta, Baud; Conferring
of Degrees Distribution of Premiums;
Monteagle Waltz J. Kypta, St. Vincent's
College Orchestra; Address to the Gradn
ates, Hon. J). L. Hawkins; Sweet Bye and
Bye J. P. Webster, Band; The degree ot
Bachelor of Arts was conferred on C. L. V.
Mulkey. In the Commercial Course Di
plomas were granted to Thos. Condiff, St.
Louis, Mo.; Edward S. Iloch, Capo Girar
adeau, Mo.; Antone Linderman, Cape Gir
ardeau, Mo.; Thomas Tucker Perryville,
Mo.; Terence Gillan, Chicago, IU.; Jos.
Gillick, St. Louis, Mo.; Clarence A. Pettir,
Cairo, III,; John Quinn, St. Louis, Mo.;
Joseph Ashby, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho speakers, especially, acquitted them
selves nobly, and, in fact, "carried tho
house by storm." The addrass an 1 valedic
tory of Mr. C. V. Mulkey was a credit to
him In the true sense of tho word. Hh
boquets at the conclusion were so many and
fell so thickly around him that he, with
difficulty, gathered them in his arms. Tho
address to the graduates was delivered by
Judge Hawkins, of Missouri, who paid a
fitting compliment to Judge Mulkey and
his two sons mentioning also a Mr.Nolen,
lawyer, and Father Phelan, editor of the
Western Watchman, also graduates of St.
Vincent's College. Taken all in nil, tho
commencement exercises were a decided
success and scored another mark for this
time honored institution. Visitor.
W . F. .".AMiimx, river editor ol Tnu Pm.i.RTiM
and steamboat passenger aiftnt. Orders for all
ltiiein of steamboat job printing sollelled. Oilkii
ut nowor s European Hotel. 13 utuo levee.
The Bayou Sara from St. Louis is duo to
morrow morning for New Orleans.
- . "-..I, rie is having men sent mr
wir.l to the works at oom Dim, ho being
the contractor at that point. Mr. Tat.
Mockler is his emplooing agent here.
The Buckeye State will be the next pack
et duo here for Memphis and will arrive
here Tuesday evening.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night. Sho had a
The Hudson from Shawneetown passed
up for St. Louis last night. She had a good
trip with engagements ahead of her suffi
cient to nuke her trip a paying one.
Capt. Henry Taylor is still on duty,
although suffering considerable from tho
fracture of his arm which he received Fri
Tho Wyoming from New Orleans passed
up for Cincinnati early this morning.
The Paris C. Brown will lay up at New
Orleans on her arrival there.
Tho Commonwealth from St. Louis is
due here this evening for Vicksburg. Sho
will get a large number of laborers for tho
Government Works below.
The Government Light-House sUanier
Lilly arrived hero at 6 p. m. yesterday.
She passed on down the river shortly after
her arrival here.
The Jay Gould leaves St. Louis this
morning with & big trip for New Orleans.
Tho popular steamer Jas. W. Gaff will
report here this morning for Cincinnati. Tho
Gaff has always been recognized as tho
flag-ship of tho line. Sho carries a fine
string baud for the enjoyment of her pas
sengers and dpt. Moore will see that you
havo a good lime if you travel on his pack
et. See W. F. Lambdin, Agent, and get
Don't forget the excursion to the Atlan
tic Ocean to-day on the Jas. W. Gaff. Faro
if 40 for the round trip. See W. F. Lamb
din, Passenger Agent.
Senor Leonardo Garbalosos, of Santi
ago de las Vegas, Cuba, was completely
cured of severe intermittent neuralgia by
theU.eol'St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain
For Tho Cairo Bulletin:
Dark as a Mountain Stream.
Dark as a mountain stream
O'er which soma ar liko storm
Casts Its flurce armor gleam
And shadow of Its form;
Imperious war tones
Vpleaplng from It sargo
To die wy like tbron
V hoso falling chants tiioir dirge
No bird from wayside path
A song or tba dark hmh sent,
Tho thunder of heaven's wrath
The veil of tho temple rent.
Oneo but a gem It smiled,
Joy sluglng and Joy sang,
Heboid how from child
I.ovo's mighty itruncth has sprang!