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CAIKO, ILL.. FKIDAY MORNING, AWtIL 18, 188k
rM!E CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, llliiioin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking- Business
Tit oh w, n,vi.i.n),vy
JNTEKI'RlSE SAVING HANK.
EXCLIS1VKLY A SAVINGS RANK.
TI rOS. Y. HAMil !)A"i .
Cotnineriial Avenue in-l Eighth street
K. Bt!('S. 'r !.l.:l.. .
II. WELi.S, d-.,l-r.
I'. N -til'. V" I'.iVu
T.J Kertti, A'l rur :,
Ui l'l'l 'I ll'H.
I'. Brr.M .. (Vr I Wi'liain KMsu. Caif
I'c '.-r .N inT ' I Willi .in e !(..,.
' M Ofi. rlijh I '. l'atier "
S. A. Under ' I !l. W..-!ii. '
J. V. Ctem.oii. (In '. !'ii. in.
A UENEItA'. HANKIN'i IsfsiSKnS O'jNE.
Exchange foM Bi.il Iioii'iI . In: -reft i'..l -i
.l.c SitviKi; Ufji'ir; iii:. "it . I'o! :ic: i.ji. m'le ' r
ai: bnniuti" prouipi.v aiteinieii to.
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Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tie It .meopatMc treat
mint i.f nnUil dle,m . and o:f.-s of women
am! children. ., n .
OK KICK On 14th ttreet, opptnto the Po--.-office,
jyi J. E. STRONG,
. 129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOK, ELECTRO-VA i'OK and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
R. E W". WHITLOCK,
Umel-No. 136 Commercial Aveiitu, !tweell
aVht'j and Ninth Ntrwti
T Jrl E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIUO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 18:, Under the
Law of 1U153.
Sued' r to Wldo ami Orphan'' Muoial A:d So
ciety, orgnii!r.c:1 J illy 4th, is;7, under
tlio laws of IS71.
JOHN IT. ROBINSON
VM. ST H A T i' N
J. A. GOLi'STINE
C. Vf. I)0MX
BOAKD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton.Stmtton . Bird, iTo-ern, Cairn, III.,
J. A.Ooldptine. oltioUUtlne A Rnn'iiwati'r.whole
naluamlretnl drv (jood;C. V. Uunning. M. IJ.;
Pri'f. IM. Med Kx.. fur I. unions: Albert Lewis,
commihi'ioii merchant; .1. II. KoMwuin. cotiniy
ltiilo an rot'iry public; Win. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance nKcnt; R. II llat'd, city
Ktreet unpervlnor; M. I'll 111 f. carpi liter and build
er; 'I human I.ewK attoriiev and fecretarv ; K.V.
l':erci',attorney At-law, Diitiuoiu Iil.;K. C. Puco
cahler of it'iitennliil Han.-, Axhlev. III. ; Al'iert
llavilen. casbb'r of Onori: Conno ly & Co., hprlng
deld, I 1 ; H. M tluiin. attorney-at-law. l'i Raj
dolph mreet, t'blcairo; Hon. Rulit. A. Hatcher, at-tornev-at-law,
C'harleitoD, Mo.; II. Lelgbton,
cashier First National Rank, Stuart, Iowa.
LiVes or PAIN
ttIIKL'MATIH.I and NKLUAL4JU have
long enough run riot la the human
They have tormentwl thfi human family and
di liwlthemclnal faculty;fromlmieoutof nieuicry
lui:y havoairruptud the blnml. deuioralizod the)oint,
veiel the iii'rveM, aouizml tbo uundui atid racked
Uiu brain with wearying j aiu.
'ATni)pnoK03" Is ttio enoniy of Rheuma
tlRm aiiil Nuuiuixia, repaixa their tlamatfuB, renew!
ttie bkxjd, eaM t!ie JuintM, taluia the nervea, aootbi-a
the uUHclfaH, irlvcN rt and tux to tuo troubled
bran, and cnniuui debKblful altep.
"ATHLOPnouos" Ls a mw romedy, but It has
Iw-n abtinilantly trtml IVjUi far and near come U.
ttmonialH from wull-kuown perwina bo 1ml lonif
lietu uuerera. It bun turned tneir ilixeaiiea out It
hu cured theux That la alL-aod that U enough.
"Atuloi'iioros" can do for you what
it lia.4 tlono fiT tliofco siiIIItlts. It can
drive out yutir Rheutuatiiiiii anil Neuralgia,
an J will do bo if you (.'h'e it a fair trial.
" ATULOi-iiiiRos" has by thH time had such a
pncxl trial ail (vtr tin; country tbat ltd true work la
luion u, and its true character proved.
"Athi.ophokos'' tiicatia "Prti!e-Bearer;',
"Victor;" "CuiKinemr " Itcameson" thepnzeaa
VirtOB over tbo i.ttaeksof thte terrible iiialadiin,
ai d CoNgi-Kiioa of the friKhtful airanlea tbuirvio.
tiiim baa tniliiriHl rvit a mere temiiorary rebef,
but a permanent, t-ndiirtuK. and triumphant cum.
If you cannottf'-t athlophokos of your dru?
pl ;t. wo will M'tid ltexprtwp ilil on receipt of
fv'Ul.'ir prloe one dollar per bottle. We prefer
tint you buy it from your druKglst, but If ho
b:i.n't It, do not be p. ivtiad' d to try something
eLse, but order at ouce irom us as directed.
flTHLOPKOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
i!'iii:ni;iuim n ji liiiimiiiiiumi
!i:'ik.:.i : tnur'-ai utof avlncr".
It w the P k-ru way f miokir.. You K'et
I:.- re il.H-. t.y at tin- Cav.-r and frairratin-.
V iu ui." tn wii- kococi'.-r. and the Viuc
' k-a-hcr an 1 iwftr. Ilpe ui.(ikwff l
r:i- titv re liiit-.J t" a Cm art.
Tim lu'ire the qu-U'.ti '.f adulU'rahd
t.,l.iio f. . ltM-if on the atuntu u of
Mi; it'.i. tbt in' re di:raMe it U-c meM
t i know M..:ly hat you are iinokinir.
In LUi kwr LiUl liurham (jmckinit To.
you have atniariTit..
L I own ui.adui'rtt-l product
I I"1 fnw-rano, flavor, and
'Jfc I uiiHUrpamieJiluaiity.arediv
nvcu irom me u ann air.
Try it, and you will be mi
Oir.l Ncne irenuiLe with
out tra-le-mark of the boll.
All mi..r(. wful Fifhennen and SrortA
tnen Kuokt Black wikl't Hull Durham
buskin T jbacco, and they enjoy it
The Hernial- Cairo & Paducali Daily
Si GUS FOWLER.
IIRM'.T E. TAVLOH. Master.
tiEoUUE JOIiEs, Clerk.
Leave Ptducah for C tiro daily (titiday except
ed t at a tii , and M mud Citv at 1 p. m. Keturr
in,;, leave Ca ro at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p m.
Nashville, I'atlucah & Cairo 1. S. Mail
For I'lidnrsli. Smith'and. Dy'-r'a'c, Kddyvllie,
Catitoii, bover, Clarkville and NaehviJIe,
i 1!. S. IillEA.
J. S. TYN'K!!.
Leave ev.Ty Monday mornini at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. II. CHERRY.
L avi t every Fr d iv mnrnins at 10 o'clocV, mail
ing rloe connection- ut Nahviile with the L. it
N. K. R. and X. A C R for all points couth,
with the I'pper Cumh rland Packet Cn., for alt
point for the I'pper Cumberland. For freight or
pae i5e, epply ou board or to W. F. Laiutidin.
For siale bv
tfl.OlR, GRAIN AIi'D HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
TlUhetit Cwb Price Paid for Wbeat,
r if. if ;r. Kf Kl
NEW YORK FASUIONS.
Jerseys Vateriah Parasols
Tlie irinj,' cl tik is pot so lar'u but
wlint ru .111 is left fur tlie. IvinU-ra bonnet ou
tlx: liea l, lis luit the: ncv Siliti' boots (ill
one' ft-tt. Most lii'lie, h ttvt ver, prefer to
slinw a t.ftuiue, antl liete c-rues in an op
port unity fur the uiaotiila with every short
back aii loini-r en Is in front. Dinisels
ami dowiiitrs alike weiir this, but ecarte
suittd to the latter is the Jersey jttket,
made oft-u of Jersey Welibiny and fitting
with the tiuht ci quettiilititss of webbing.
Good fur good tiurtM, fir bad fioutis very
bad, Jersey web!ii;i leads us on to jVrsey.',
and licte opens belore us
a world of hcecclation'
bir.ee we see many so berioeil aud be
trimmed that they ar lurdly to b known
at jern-ys. Inti rlopitis of velvet, or bro
caded cuff, collar and sometimes vest,
fancy buttons, braidings often of metal,
embroiderits, aud the like, might destroy a
primeval individuality, were it not that its
supreme comfort muat give it a high niche
to itself. Netted waists are a feature, and
hero with "ood luannement tnecau do
much, sibce the satin surah lining below
can be changed to fancy, and one may bo
successfully adored in pink, blue, yellow
ami any other color, the speculating wor
shipper supposing it all the while just so
many diir rent changes of raiment.
Captivating is the phin tinich of a tailor
made suit, yet, per contra, somewhat annoy
ing is the readiness with which each spot
shows forth beevj-.e ot plainness. Here
comes in, then, an opportunity for cheviots,
heather mixtures indistinct stripes, aud
mixed patterns. Among silks Siearn's
American are found worthy of the high
position accorded them, and this season are
brought out cheaply in brocades and surah,
showing in variety ail stylish ideas. The
troublesome a-.'trch for an otLet to the
floral "pv.tern his also been obviated by
foresigh,l is etch brocade has its comple
ment; for the most part in hair line stripes,
as they are mire ia-hionab!e than solid
Colored Ubric. Velvet will likewise be
gaen at wUeriu places, and stylish cos
tumes for day or niht wid be made en
tirely or in pirt of the Nonpareil velveteen
that is now brought out in all the delicate
evening th ides; rich hues for daylight
having been f oun l to hold color and tone
so pr.'ectiy through trying icduduceg of
sun aud Just. Alt.iough casting a little
more, it is best to purchase the highest
grade, which is exactly twenty-four inches
wide. Fur a
society ladies delight iu the "Seamless," not
enly for its beauty but because so well
adapted to figured p Uterus; showing them
off without the nu merous cuttings hitherto
obligatory. This is accomplished by a
square centre finished by a flounce, which
may be of the same or different miterial,
aud the juution between the flounce and
the tquare centre is concealed by a ruching.
Either lace or fringe is use! in trimming.
Opportunity to use material not usutlly
suited to parasols is given, and therefore
the limitations are very great, extending
from extremely tasteful mourning parasols
with crape centre to lovely bridal ones of
itce coveted white siik or satin.
Easter cards are very pi pular. Lace
pins are now made to simulate fruits.
Favorite Spring colors are gray, drab and
brown. Collar buttons of old silver with
antique heads match bracelets aud coin
pins. Stylish hats arc trimmed with imi
tation mushrooms, thistles, acorn?, pine
ouee. chestnuts, walnuts, apple?, goose-
in uutries and t be like. -Society tourists are
laying in supplies of button's Raven Gloss,
as they say it is the only shoe dressing that
does not injure the leather. Tinted lawns
are embroidered in bronze leifaud hang
ing fuschia pattern?. All wool tissues arc
in smoKy gray, nut brown, currant red or
bronze. New, long Lisle thread gloves are
finished with two buttons, the part extend
ing on the arm being without an opening.
People spe ik of St. Jacobs Oil, the treat
pain cure, as a miracle.
(ills' Iliink KiiowIimI;;!".
Think of tin utidi inped brain tret
ting tip book kiiowli'dgi! on ten differ
ent sul joi'is in one day, and this goln r
on d:ty after day lor several years! it
is altogether contrary to the principles
of sound psychology to imagine that
any sort of mental process, worthy of
the ntiiiu' of brain thinking, etui take
place in that bruin wnilo this ingoing on.
The natural tendency of a good i. rain
nt that ago to bo inquisitive and re
ceptive is glutted to more than satiety.
The natural process of building up a
fabric of mental completeness by hav
ing each new fact i.n I observation
looked tit in different ways, and having
it suggest other facts and ideas, and
then settle down as a part of the regu
lar furniture of tho mind, cannot possi
bly go on where new facts are shoveled
in by hundred day by day. Tho ell'tct
of this is bad on boys, but it is worse
on girls, because it is nioro alien to
their mental constitution. 1'upu'ur
'iililn't init tin- Kits.
Yes, sho was very pretty and very
charming, and was the saucy possessor
of one of the oust ki-sablo little
mouths that ln.'tii ever set eyes on.
ThiTi-was i:u ifii:rt nt a'.l about that.
Sin; l.kod to kiss and be ki.s-ed too. At
h'a.st she ib in in-,! rated U,,, f:u;t to the
pi Tlect sm. t' i '-tinn t'f a car full of peo
ple It all h:u pined in just the ea.siest
way .'-v!,ie Hie and her young lady
romp u,ii. n took a .-eat in the forward
part of a (. i,i, train that stood in
one of tho r;,;;p,a.l ,-tatiuiis of the Hub.
The t :-: i ri i.iippi'iifd to be the express,
wl.ie i ru: s i. u miles out of the city be
f..p' s'.oi-ping; but of this the young
lady vi;. charmingly ignorant. She
laughed : 1 1 : 1 1 chatted and chatted and
laug :e l with her companions ns if
there wi re no sucj things as express
trains, or, at lea-t, that they would
stop at h -r own .-weet will. The warn
ing bell strip -k, tiie engine backed into
the d -put, i..e ia:tn with the signs
shouted J,i, monotonous "All aboard!"
and the train wa- off. The conductor
quiekly put In an api earance, and was
I re''ir.o I with a ticket for a town
about a Ilii'.e out d till: city.
"We ilon't stuji there, miss; don't
stop till we ro t to li . Express, vou
see. Yoii'l. have- to get off at the 'No
No'.hing' station just this side of L
(the lilac: at which she wished to stop).
that's tin: best I can do foryou," and off
he went. At iir-t, thi -.O we're threats of
a slight Aoril shower, but by the time
tho "No-Nothing" was readied, tho
clouds had vanished and the sky was
clear. Only an instant's stop is ever
made at this station; but the young
lady with the kissable mouth seemed
t ue in most bli.s-ful ignorance of this
fact. To be sure, she started off all
riijht to alight in good time, but, when
s.he reaeho.l the door she turned quick
ly, rv.rai ed her steps, and in the most
naive maimer imaginable, and, as if
the whoie world was at her disposal,
th: ow le t arm around about her com
panion's neck and bo-towed upon her
two cri-py h;t!e good-l y biuaeks. Then
she tripped through thi' door, and the
trait) started. The April showers camo
and likewise the conductor, lie was
a chiva reus man, and she a pretty
woman in tear-. If she had been home
ly, the re-uit would undoubtedly have
been dill'.-rt'iit, but as it was, the boll-
rope was resorted to, and the train
brought to a standstill. Profuse in her
thank-, she alighted, and then as she
srart"d. womanlike, she turned and
threw a kiss at her friend, whose anx
iotis face peered at her from the ear
window. "Ye-," said the figure-fiend, who
has not a grain of sentiment in him,
"but Til wager a fo'oenee she never
tiioiigiit lion- mil1
h that kiss cost. Just
see here. Tii. se cars will .seat sixty
people apiece; then: are ten of them,
and they are all full. That makes fitW
people. " We were delayed one minute.
You see that makes G'"J minutes, or
ten hours a whole working day.
R. i kon it up as you are a mind to,
there was money in it. Thundcration!
All for a kiss, too!" and the liend set
tled back- iu disgust.
A Fortunate Canadian.
There is a pleasing little anecdote in
connection with the carnival, of a
Frenchman's getting "rich in a day,"
a fact almost unparalleled iti the his
tory of Province of (Quebec Frenchmen.
Baptisie Laporto lives in a story and a
half, gray, slate plastered house near
the Bonsecour market, w here ho kept
a small retail far store Here ho has
lived for tiie past fifty years, on the hill
overlooking the old llonsec'itir church,
the oldest sacred edifice in Canada,
being built loo years ago. lfaptiste was
poor, for though his furs were always
of the best quality and "the finest in
tho world," bis establishment was com
paratively unknown, and consequently
Things went on pretty much the saino
for lSaptisle for go years, lie left with
his dog, gun and snow shoes every fall
nnd returned home in the spring to his
Maria with his toboggan well packed
with precious and valuable furs to bo
sold for the next season. He generally
did not manage to sell mote than half
his stock out from year to year, but by
an ingenious plan his wife managed to
preserve these furs so that when the
time came for Haptiste to summon up
all his enterprise and attract custom
ers to his shop, they were in as perfect
order as if he had just stretched them
on his little pino twigs to cure after
shooting the animals in the bush. Bap
tiste concluded to stay at home this
winter to enjoy the carnival. He did
not wish to take advantage of the op
portunity to make money, liko too
many tradespeople, but merely to en
joy himself. However, a happy thought
struck him and ho advertised his furs
in all the local papers.
It grew very cold a day or two after
the opening of the carnival, and as an
American gentleman said, "the mercu
ry having got so high up in the glass
during the first part of the week that
it almost took two thermometers spliced
together to gauge if, was now to bo
found knocking the bottom out of tho
concern." This change persuaded tho
American visitors who had come hero
unprotected against the frost further
than by a "plug" hat and a silk hand
kerchief to "go in for" furs, and Uap
tiste's was soon found to bo the cheap
est place in the city. In two days his
wholo slock was sold with tho excep
tion of half a dozen red fox skins and
half as many silver fox skins, tho latter
bringing him in tho pelt if l.')0 for tho
lot. Buptisto was yesterday a poor
French Canadiau furrier. To-dav ho
is, thanks to the carnival, worth "0,
000. j,3 i,;ui govern! daughters who
were always employed evenings mak
ing up the furs lie brought home fos
New Orleans lias taken up the sub
ject of cremation. A society has sever
al hundred members, embracing most
of the physicians and many law vers,
merchants, and other busiuess men.
W. f. LaXiidim, river editor of rml'i-n.-..
and itcamboat pantanur ascent. Order for all
kind of ateamboat Job priming aollclted. OiKco
al Bower'a European iiotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
stages or TnE river.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 'p. ru. 33 feet 2 inches and ris
Chattanooga, April 17. River 16 feet 11
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, April 17. River 17 feet 'J
inches aud rising.
Louisville, April 17. River 8 feet
1 inch and falling.
Nashville, Aptil 17 River 18 ft 11 inches
Pittsburg, April 17. River 5 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, April 17. River 24 ft 3 inch-
cs and falling.
The Guiding Star is the palace steamer
of the Ohio and no boat that floats surpass
es her for fine living, and all conveniences
essential to comfort and pleasure. Capt. J.
D. Ilegler, who has no superior as a com
mander, is a guarantee to the traveler that
everything will be done to make a trip on
the Star. Delightful, startling Mclntite in
the office, and that prince of stewards, Mr.
Brown supplies the tables with everything
that the market affords. The Star has a
fine trip and leaves here to-day with all the
freight she can handle and a big passen
The City of Helena from St. Louis will
pass dow n to-night for Vicksburg.
The W. II. Cherry arrived here yesterday
at 9 a. m. She had a good trip, 30,000
feet of lumber for the 6inger Factory, 100
ton of freight for the Anchor packet and a
good lot of miscellaneous freight which she
discharged here. Departed for Nashville
at 1 p. m. yesterday.
The Mary Houston fiom New Orleans is
due to-morrow night for Cincinnati.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
and the Andy Baum for Memphis left Cin
cinnati Wednesday evening. The Baum
will arrive to-morrow night and the Brown
Capt. Sid Humphrey, a well known river
man, died at his residence in Evansville.
Capt. John Massingale, formerly in com
mand of the Henry A. Tyler, came out on
the City of Cairo as first clerk this trip.
We are informed, however, it is onlv for the
The Ohio was rising here yesterday, but
it is only local and will not amount to
The Success from Rose Clare landed here
yesterday with a big tow of rock for the
Illinois Central Railread, which will be
placed along their 'track here in front of
The fine Anchor Line steamer City of
New Orleans is due for St. Louis this
They have bsen trying for some tims to
get the Chas. Morgan started from Cincin
nati. They have succeed finally as Bhe
leaves Sunday the 20th.
The Jas. W. Gaff leaves Memphis this
evening and will report here Sunday for
The City of Cairo from St. Louis arrived
hero late Wednesday night. She had a
fine trip for Vicksburg and departed at o a.
The Ohio from Memphis passed up at
11 a. m. yesterday. She had a very good
up stream trip.
The Hudson from St, Louis passed up
for Paducah and Shawneetown. She is
due on her return trip to moirow night.
The City of St. Louis leaves here to-day
for New Orleans. She is the best card of
that the Anchor Line sends out.
The new Duchess of Westminister, wife
of one of the richest men iu Europe, was
married in a dress of white foulard, costing
seventy-five ceuts a yard. This certainly is
economy, and economy it is to use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, the great remedy for
coughs and colds.
Kuckien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
SoreB, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It la guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2.1) cents per box. For salo by Barclay
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the Hue of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International aud
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy couDtry, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TovrNBKXTVQen'l ,8SS- Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
. For 8''"e cl'eap, at corner 17th and Wash-
notion .ive., next bml.lin" above the Post-
Men's Spring Suits from fri up; large
stock of Boy's Suit for Easter; good unlaun
dried shirts 50c, best quality $1.00; hats
mm the bankrupt hat house of Eddie,
Harvey & Co., and all other goods in the
clothing line unusually low at Sadler's,
144 Commercial Ave. Call early and select
from a large stock. 12-Ct
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Aveuue, between 11th and 12th street, I
re-pecttully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line t give me a call. I
keep iu stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. j lm Jacob Fleck.
Leffal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Cured My 'Wife's Weakness.
Fmra Evansville, Ind., the home of our
correspondent, Mr. John It. Patterson,
comes the following: "Samaritan Nervine
cured my wife of a ca.-e of female weak
ness." Its an extract from Mr. Patterson's
''Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Niuralgm, Faceachc. loo. at druggists.
Catarrh or the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-paiba." $1. 1
Look out for Y'our Head!
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, catarrh alwajs starts in the head, and
belongs to the head. There is no mystery
abnit the origin of this direful disease. It
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my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
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St. Louis, Mo., July 24th, 1883. Tha
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Xight Only.
Saturday Matinee ) "PPTT. 1 Cl
& Satnrday .Night i
Tito little Dutchess Co.
Miss 3IATIE WILLIAMS,
the brilliant and capablo yotinfc actrois. tnpported
by a tlrHt-class talented company, will appear
forlhe rtrnt timn in Cairo Saturday a'ternoon
matinee and Saturday evening, April llith, Iu
the original comedy written eipreailjr for her
la Ave acts, entitled
'The little Duchess."
P JPCLAR PRICES. Tlcketi for tale at Dud.r'l