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CAIRO, 'ILL.,. THURSDAY MORXIMJ, APRIL 17,
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rUKCIlY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEYKE.
CAPITAL, ?i 1OO.00O!
A General Banking' Business
th oh v. 1,1,1 da v
jnterpiuse saving bank.
Of ( 'i:io.
KXCU'SIVKLY A SAYINGS HANK.
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J. V. C'lein'on, i;a'.e ior.-.a.
A HKS K A '. HAN K I N't ItUsISKsn J"'
Exchange ro'. A and ()on.'.t IntereM
the svtuif Department . Co,iecisoi raa.l
nil hunlnen pm'ni't.v aiti-nd.-d t .
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QEOROE HARRISON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention paidto the H n-.eoa!h!r Teat
mtnt of farcical di?e,.... ami a:aes of vrnmen
and rhl dr-n.
or" HUE On Hih at reel, oppciote the Po-t-cfRce,
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOK, ELECTKOVAPOIt and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
J)R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omel No. 1S Commercial Aur.nt. r");celi
' i-rt j and N'.ntn Str.-t.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December. 1R33, Under llie
Law of lUltf.
Siiccoxnnr to Wldo. and Orphan Miunsl Aid So
ciety, O Kaiilaed July 4th, 1H;7, uudor
tliu laws u( 1H7-.
JOHN II. HOP.INSON Preauli-nt
W.M. 8TKAT1' N Vlce-PrtHident
J. A. (iOLUSTINK Treaciint
(t. IV. DUnNIMJ Medlcul Adviser
TUOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTOR Kon 17 YEAR
Win. Mmtton.Stnitton llird, itout, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (toldHtlne, oftJoldKtlne A I(i)Kenwaler, hole
tale and n-tiiil dry Knurl; C, W. UunnltiK. M. I'.;
l're. lid. Med Kx., fur lMmlon"; Albert Lewis.
romtiilHPluu inercliatit; J. It. Holiln(iti, cmimv
j iidue nn notary public; Win. V. Pitcher, com.
broker und liiatirance acnt; K II Kal'd, city
miect ninervi'iir; M. I'll 1 1 1 1 1 , carpi titer and build
er; 'Ihoinaa Lvwl', attorney and fcritarv ; K.V.
Hu-ree, attorney it-lnw, Dnljuuin Iil.;H. 0. Pace
rahler of ivntennial llni-, Anhlev, III. ; Albert
llaydon, canhl'T of Ouoro Connii ly A Co , prliiR
fluid, M ; M tliinn, nttorney-at-law, Itltl Ka.i
dolpb mrcct, Chlcaun; Hoo, Itoht, A. Hatcher, at-torni'v-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; II. I.vlghlon,
cashier First National Hank, St Hurt, Iowa.
KIIKUJIATIS.n nud MIL'UAUilA huvo
lougt-DouKQ run riot in the Luuian
They have torrritnud lUo bunun family an l
d' liultliome,licul faculty ;fmmt.iuio out of memory
voxkI tlionervi. amlzod tho iuucled tud ritki.d
tint btaia wiih wcaryua 1
"Arm-OPiioitos'' U tho rni;:iiy of Klicurai
tn:u ani Nuuntlra, reu,ia tlic.r daiuaefl, remwa
tho M.xxt, CMO t;ie Jointx. calnm the uurveH, aooth a
Hie miutcles, irivea iwt und ;k to tho trouUid
Lruiu, luJl em urea ckh-u:f id cio-ji.
" Ari!ipnoit08" Is a rif-w m.T.e lv, but It ha3
Wn ubuudmt.y trloL x'p,m far and uear come U.s.
tiiuouialit from widl.known i-rn!H ho hal lor.
Uxa aaff'-rtr. It !iu turutd tit-.-ir diHdi out It
hu cuoJ theui. l ibit is und Uut in enough.
"ATiii.ornoi:u.i" tan do f,r you nhttt
It Vm dotio f..r t!i'e fiu.lin.rs. It ctn
drive out vour Ehouinati.siii anl Neuralgia,
and will do so if you fivo it a fair trial.
"ATnLOPiiouos'' lias by tills tl;n? had smh a
yrxl trial til over the country that iu ti ue vt jrt Ij
kuawu. and it true character I rutj.
" ATUiii'iioi'.os'' moaris "Prle-fcaror;"
" Vietir;' "Cm liieror " It carriri oil the pr.z.- M
YirTou over ..t:.Uof t.'i--.-e u-rnb.e uilniL'p,
.d CoNdUKkoit tue lr,'ht!'.l a.')U tliejr uv
t"-:ii luvo endiw l N:it a n.cre ti-miwrary r-Lef,
t-t a j-enii-'incLt, eadia-Jiir, and tniuu; hint cure.
If jou cannot t"-t ATHi)pnonosof your druz
(.1st, wo will wild It exprt-is p.iid. oa r !;: of
Millar prt.-o-or don trr'.T tu:e. We pn-f.-r
ta ,t you buy It from yuur dru'I'-X lut It hi
b.i-n't It, do not n p r-'i i'1'J to try si.metU:
t-Lw.', but order at ouce lioiu uj as directed.
ATHLOPHORCj CO., 112 WALL ST., MM YORK.
jhrTt:-Jx : -am a3?wr
P '52 3 4 y jr3tj3rXEW UtiiT
I".! .lir.cr m iui t.u U.-t . f at Oi-o.
It l' tin P iru ay of m.' iu pit
in .t: d.r- tly at .!. Civ. r a.-.- fra.'rs!.;
V"U uk u.-- cm 'ke co'ii.T. and th.- t mo
! x.;.. r a:.d af..-r. !;; eu.(.i.i.- k
v.mr rv I-. .-d t.. a fcLent.
Tne i.. r,- t!.' i a of a iu'.:- --a- !
t ' -f it.-, .f on t..,- a::-o'
vn. It-, th- B-rt; d'iral.'.e 1: W: :i.t-
; 1 t.Ti- -a- j n ."t ly wi.Lt y a a: en.
I:. k.n 1,1 Durtaa; &e.ci;::.w T: -
I a.-i o y.,u navf as.ii.-.raTi-.'''.
1 I u.wy-, ti.a: it atar:(?
I o.v:. ui.aiulu ral-'li Md.ict-
J Iu, fra.-rai.fe. flavir, and
"- ui.mr; o.--ed r..ty.ari d-.
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Try it. a!, i a wC K- if
t' - N. ii: i- :.o:r.': w.'.h
out tn-!e-tuuk f t-v UuJ.
All rirrff-f-;! r.ch'Tien aid SjtIa.
"kJ Smukmf 'luuacw, aud Ui'.ycujoy iu
li.n k.i.r.V- 11 L-mh,- I'.u 111- iiii'l
OHu ' rr 5-rol
The i:e:n;,ir Cairo I'adnctJi Haily
IIKNI:Y K. TAYL'iK. V'l-i.r.
(.irloll'.ii: Ju.'iK.-, c.irii.
I,isvi' I'vLiruh forf'.lrfi .i'.;y (m: h-.n rc-pt-cd
. at a in , at.d M .and t'ltv -t 1 p m. l!-t an
in, leavee C 10 a! 4 p.m.; M 'in:': i':t- at 5 m.
Xdliville, radii'.ali t taint I'. S. Mail
For Pad'fa'i. Sm'th'Hi'fl. Ivi rit'.a-..', ''ddyv'ilc.
tantoi.. Uov.-r, c.arkri.ie anil Nii'b.ii.e,
J!. S. RHEA.
.1 s. - YV Tlt M-.:.-r.
UKtr. J.'l!li CitTK.
I.euv. t-v-ry Mini'Isy inomins at 10 oVl.ick a.m.
X. II. CIIEIUSY.
WM. STlt N' V. Her.
rEUK UiJASrY .Clern.
I, v p ev- rv Fr iliv innrn'nj at in i.'ctoc". inak
lni:cliiH.' ciihin ctioiii at Sii viile w.sli ilie I,. &
N. If. i. and X. AC it l( for all ;.ninie hou'Ii.
with the I'pper Cunili rlntid P,'k. t Co.. for all
pointp for the I'pper Ciiniht r'.and. For freight or
pafsice, epply on board or to W. 1'. I.tiinbdin.
For Salo bv
f j ALI.IDAY liUOTHKRS
FL"! I?, ' ;' . N AN'U 1!A
Egyptian Flouriu?; Alii
'Ilifhest Canii Pr)-e I'afd lor Wbcut.
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From cur Sjttcia' Curr.-poniI-:ut.
1 OR l LAM), OliK'ioN S'lice writing cur
la-t v.eliiVi; In i-n r. amino- t r t: n 1 in t lie
WiPaiii. tt..-i- vili-y; n J now hef .r; li-HV;ni,'
tl.ia itilaiiil h i;!;(,r or ii v. j-hoi-' t'ti ll.e lrii:y
ik'i-p wt: will note n, nit- limit' in in y ii'-tal
r-laiiv.; lo th:B l'.r-awHV wc 3 ( i n countiy.
Tlitt iiilvii.c,- .f t-i i l"z itioa lr.s lieiti so
raid wiiiiin tiiu iu.-t dici.it; tii-.t Is is liar.!
fi'itlie bn.-y ta-t t" crrcctly ci.ii.jirelii'ti'l
tin-i."';;r q Iiy of our union. It in u.cJ t"
he Wi s i rn Pa. wis ln k( il t,ion p.s tlie
wsttin liiiiin.iiy iif c'.vil'y. ititifi att'l t!i'j
j . mil nir i ll ,iai e. L iter, Ciiiea'i whs in
t lit- f ir (itl'iid-i i.f tin- wct ; mul l.ut h few
yi".ts lion K -.n-'is wis loo far toward t lie
settini,' , ii n to ti.it.k "f o(,in;r i,er ' an. I. r- -tuininj
with a wlinle i-(;i,!;i, i.n'l jft tlur
t-HR'irii jnitiunof Kiiis-.s is I u: Iitif way
to tlris city, inti tvfiiin Hie iiinut-use scopes
of couritry rapidly soltiit y up, euitjires of
wciitli and t iv i; tt i -n, destined, S""n to
tf t mid p: niintiit in uir lii.-.tory, dru cuiipy
to tip; front witli a politictl and romuuT
cial s.liiiilicf'ice of no little nnnitudp.
'I he ci inplctioii of ti.o N. I'. railr ad unit
in' tlie i;rt it iioriliwitjt uitli the east liiiB
a.riudy jjhvn "n-'it impetus!') lids fetate
and tl.t; ttrrit' tics turmih wlnoli it pnr-s' S.
Ihftirly (oinplution of the Orcoon and
Caiifnrnin r mil will also In; of oreat btiir;
tit; hikI 'i-i a c ntinuous route hy riil
lion, Smi Francisco tlir'.Ufcdi Oregon, Whsli
iiiLft'ir, I i il,. , Moi.tmri, Dikot-t and Min-M-.r.ta
to C!i;c ij,'-. Odier trans coutincn
ti d ro-ids are under way t ,ii;h wi.l add to
tin- rapid -ettm-.-nt an 1 ,-ni;ril prosperity
of a I tliO vast i";'i"t. aiid i ur country
wi.l true'y l.e li', 1 of nmt;tiificeiit dis
tant i--, s i th.t o,... can travtrsi; its circum-f-
riinro and diam'j!i r as readily as spider
iiitJ to and fro dv- r its itrne ' wjl. The
ifiim-tisc f.Ti'ijn iti.tairattoa cmpl.-d
with the oveil1. w of pipulatim
in tli'! older fettled shifts
is c u-in' i human tl od to roi! w.-stward.
Tin! eniijr a:io:i oi th.; list year has heen
w urh-rl'di ; and from thu present uthmk
t'n; in ivemtnt "f p. p'.ilstioa wet will
d ai I tii; histo.-ii: e;iii,Tati 'lis kn .wn in an
c;e:,t times, th.; tj .ti;?, Huns and Vandals
not I X'.--. p'e 1. t!ie whole country will roap
a i.'reit d.s :dvan!.r'i fruin llie fettiin-,' up
of tiirifc va.-t r-ftioa?. Ind'istries sprinica
up will 'ive i-iiiplojni'-nt to thousands, and
ovi-r iier.se p ipu'.a'.ioa will pet rid ot the
surp'.u, mid thus keep up good prices for
labor. Our nation will open up increased
res ,uri-r;s fir.d enabled to trade uioreex
t'.'nsiveiy with tin; civil iz-d worl 1.
PVoiu our own oo-t rvatli'ii tie are inciin
el to belit-ve that Washington andOreyon
are soon d-.stir.ed to have a general boom
iu the onward inarch o! properity. There
is a great lack of manufacturing cnter rise
in this state, the raw material is here but
not enough Yankee enterprise to utidlz . it
and keep at home the tli Usands of tlolh.rs
yearly sent abroad for staple ncces.-ities that
tin lit ..s well as not lie produced hen'. If
the opening up of those yreat thorotiL;!i
fires mid the impetus usually fnllowirin
the wake or cmira'ioii does n.it ar-use
c: ie energies ot tliu people ol Urmon, so
lontj lyin-.' donnaiit, we know not what
wi.l. In these times of rapid ik-veloi niint
old timers must either bestir tkmselv s,
;et out of the way or be tun over. Yankee
enterprise knows no lax but iniulit, riht
or wronf, the spur and the lash is used to
!,dve a live'y (jait to the conquering yd of
Of Washington Territority we "can say it
is a reuiarbablo healthy climate, the soil
rich and productive, a portion of the lands
lay well, but the largest part is rolling or
hilly so the farming is not attended with
that same degree or comfort that one finds
in more level hinds, yet farmers who are
engaged in tilling those steep binds get ft
good income from their labois, and there
seems to be a general prosperity among
them. The climate changes are more va
ried than here nearer the sea const. Con
si ierable rain and snow falls in Washing
ton in fall and winter, anc the temperature
somewhat similar to Missouri.
In Oregon tho rainfall is considerable,
one year with another about 40 in., s mie
few daj s are foggy all day, occasion il'y ft
hail storm is experienced. Lowest tem
perature in the last sis years 8 degrees,
highest 8', it seldom falls below 20. Sta
tistics show the climate to be as healthy as
iu any state in the Union so fur as in
moitality of deaths go. There are some
cases of chills ami fever found in certain
localities. These remarks apply to the val
ley between the Cascade Mountain and the
const range, which embraces the oldest set
tled and best portion of the agr'.cuituial
region of the state. Each of the Ccnde
range the climate and country is more like
that of Washington and Idaho.
Portland is a town of great commercial
interest to the state, it is the gate-way ot
imports and exports. A line of steamships
ply between this city and Sin Francisco,
and also direct steamship rude is carried
on from here to various ports in the old
v ild, Most of the public, buildings are
largo well built stiuctures. The Market
Theatre block: cost about ITj.OOO. Quite
n number of. Luildinys are in course of
election, and the general hum of busiuess
dji.otiscfinsidir.ibhi prosperity. Ileal es
tate is advancing considerable in price, not
however with that speculation tendency so
common t we.iti rn towns. A company is
en'iL'pd tn budding sehooners and sail ves
sel 22 inl'ei hel.ov tin; city at St. Helena,
til .its are b. ing inu, lo to ship mint of the
i sin Pols win at mat tin'ls its wav to I.r -
Un l, dir-i t to foreign ports and rival the
trade, in i,:s respect, of Stn Francisco. A
line of steamships from Portland direct to
China is guy "uf the enterpii.-es now in
course of arrangeun nr. In the largo rivers
tl a fl -;w into the ocean on this const sal
nun ab hi d in lirg, quantities and is a
source of c-'iisldtr-ible tr.i le, there hcin j
500,000 c ises. of sainum on the Columbia
rivi-r las! h-a..u. Near (0 000,000 worth
of wheat was shippu 1 by the way of the
C) u:nb:-i ! ,- year. J. S. F.
Mi-plai - il
we- k, -i in
o .' -i, i
;s who excited
t-.- l-iiby slmw last
1 '' l'o .-.-j, wait
I 1 ! it di-.af nud dumb
. iiii-1 a very line iia-
r-.- 1 p i-ri-.-d wi: h
: i in i iv.-'.iv! iu tlie
o i- 1 :t!i 1 w..t riiod
li.'- k'-.-in'sl 9'iiiei
'.: 4 'U -ST 1 ins asked
', b;ii :,n aiiot of the
' ii tin; nmsi uni was
bv. I .
t:.." i.;: .
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lo. I, M.iue l:td:" p-iSM.'.l in front
gi"i.i a!,d S'lldiel ih'-ill Clire-
iisti- in :.
ti:i' luiio -.vns writing on
r mi I I iis-io li.trru to the
': ii- :.; t;..k d to her in
r ! -."a I" i xp'rilno ! i'i,i' visitor;
' 'I' i. is'.-ili i. Now Voil Would
;:r r.v to 1 - -i-i. :it lierihat sin; was
i i i :.:o'.: but y.1k can .-, c the af
in iii - f-uv.''
,-l:i a;. .ni
1" a-k'-d !iti'il!i'-r lady,
lil'io.h; l'..-iC ui'es of tire un
;:i : u::t;i.
iii iiis ino'.tli! Si-'; how
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t. ... ii ..o j.),,,,..
d hive oitt'ii lh"ULr!it," remarked
niio'ia-:-, "';h:it if pi-ojiie wntild eonvt",
tn"ir tiioii.',,; thio'igh tin lips, tho
duiiiii wmiid I e :iiio to answer und ex
plain tie ir in-hi j his u.ti.-li easier than
by tire si.-ii in..;ho-i."
'Oil. ti.-it is an oid jdan," said tho
li."' so'-rdi'-r; -1 1 1 labial l:uio-tia,:e is
v.'-i. on ii-r-t. oj.l by thi-ni; watch me
i. oa," and sii-.- t.iiui'd npi'ii tin; young
Ii: i'i. uho was cir-ssifl'; tho b;lbv, and
lo.'M' i iiliii ulfii li.v in Uu: I'aoe, iit tin;
sani" ii:ii" sl"vlv .u'tii.-uliiting and
to-.i'-i.i:i.' ii.-r I'p-.
"ll-o y- i-u i:-!l-d-o-v-s-t-:'.-ll-d?
"I'l-r.Vrtly,'' replied the llliltl. "You
ti'--.;ii't shi.ut. I can hear distinctly."
'Who nr.; you?" g:i-pt;d tho woman.
"One of t!i." in:;n:.'i-.s; I can u-e lln)
s'irn iiii.iiiie if o;i lireie r ii; I iearuetl
I it some yours .airo. "
At tliat iii niiiTit the real husband
j a ii.l father ol tin' pn-:ty luiliy came up
ami t:ie mter'-ste-l ladies in a ie a speedy
A Dual KxisU-iiiv,
A woman, giving her namo as Mrs
OUrieti Luttreil, living at S'.oiiy Road.
P.tterson, N. J., was ln-f.,re the R a ord
er of that city t invoke his assistance
in relieving her from a peculiar a mic
tion. S.iu says there is a society of
men who have the power of taking
away the S"uls of prop!.; and sul jecting
thi'e souls to nil sons of tinpieasant
treatment, returning them to their
owners wnen through with them. Her
soul has thus Let-n taken away at times
and she wants this sort of thing stop
ped. About two years ago her soul
was taken away from Patterson to India
one night, and was there dragged into
a chapel and united in marriage to a
Pri'.ish colonel. She is now the mother
i f a spiritual boy. 1 year old, who is a
line, healthy lithe fellow, but she is
not permitted to bring him into the re
alistic world, nnieli as she tb-sires to do
so, to show him to her friends.
The woman, w ho i.s represented as in
otiier respects perfectly sane and kind
and nti'.'eiionate, thus lives a strange
double existence, one phase of which is
to her as real as the other. It is incon
venient at times, for some days ago
she sent for u ph sician to w hom sho
related how she had been cruelly as
saulted ami beaten, so that sho was
sore all over her p-fumi. He found her
bandaged from hoad to foot, and on
making a careful examination found
not a sign of injury. It then occurred
to her that the assault had been
made by the spirits, and that, of course,
be could not tin J on her natural body
any signs of tneir bad treatment of her
spiritual body, but she felt much pain
nevertheless. She i.s a single woman,
but ti-es o;i all oc 'asioiis tlie name of
the British colonel to whom she be
lieves herself in. iiod spiritually. The
Recorder told her lie cmild nut isMie
warrants for the arrest of the ring
leaders of the socio. y who interfered
with her soul, and he did not believe
any power short t f tin; Supreme Court
of the United States couid' idV'rd her
relief in the prrmi.M's. Sue (liU'eion
tially iigree I with him, and says she
will bring i..e matter to tic attention
of that a gust tribunal. A'. V. ItiitC-i.
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MKRMOD& JaCCARP J E WELRY CO ,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. L-'Uis, Mo.
It will be a revelation to you to learn at
what riKMAUKAHLY low pkices this great
house sells its tine goods.
When is St. Louis call oh tukm. (C)
W. P. :,A)iii!Jiv, river editor of ilia nni.wm
and aienmhoat pannener a.'i nt. Ordera for all
kind of ftearnhoat Job printing oilrltL-d. Odlca
a! Idiwor'i European Hotel. No. 73 Ohio levee.
STAGE OF THE KfVEIl.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 37 feet 10 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, April Kb-River 14 feet 0
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, April lO.-River 17 feet 8
inches and falling.
Louisville, April lG.-Rlver 8 foot
3 inches and falling.
Nashville, Aieril 10 River 1(1 ft 9 inches
Pittsburg, April 1C River 4 feet 11 in
ches an I falling.
iit Louis, Apiil 10. River 25 ft 2 ii.ch
es aii 1 falling.
While the Gall was lying here at tiie
wharf yesterday morning, a gentleman
passenger with his family on their way to
St. Paul, was robbed of three hundred dol
lars. Fortunately he hid purchased a
through ticket, ur he would have been com
pelled to dispose of some stock which he
had on board. He says that ho had the
money in his pocket when the boat landed,
but discovered his loss about half an hour
asterwards. He hid been up dunng the
night several times, as his wife was sick,
but had just down on the arrival ol the
boat here, and having occasion to get up
again afterwards he found his money gone.
The thiol must luvo been a slick one, just
such a character as will be found following
up circus companies to rob and plunder.
The City of St. Louis leaves here to-day
for New Orleans.
Look out for a fraud who represents him
self as a horse miner, mule buyer, etc.
He has immense letters of introduction and
was negotiating rates with tn yesierday for
a shipment of stock to be sent on the Ohio
this morning to Louisville. We thought
we had a bonanz but didn't. He is rather
venerable looking, but a pretty "slick one."
The City of IL-lena leaves St. Louis this
evening for Yickaburg.
Henry Aiders, the Jumbo Philadelphia
Canned G ) Is Agent for Warner, Rho les
fc Co , of Philadelphia, is in town again
and will take orders to-day from many of
his old patrons here. Heury is a good one
and has a big trade.
The Comm inwc ilth from Yicsburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans ar
rived here pesterd.iy at 9:30 a.m. She
ha i 400 tons of freight and a large number
of passengers. Departed Tor Cincinnati at
10 a. m.
The Hudson from St. Liuis is due to
night for Paducali and Shawnettown.
The James W. GarT arrived here yester
day morning at 5 o'clock. She had a fair
trip. Received some stock, a few passen
gers and fifty tons of freight.
The new Mary Houston from the Sjuth
is due Saturdiy morning for Cincinnati.
The Ohio from Memphis will pass up for
Cincinnati for Cincinnati this morning.
She has a good trip. For passage rates see
Passenger Agent Lambdin.
The John A. Scudder from New Orleans
passed t.p tor St. Louis yesterday at 2 a.m.
The Guiding Star from Cincinnati is duo
this evening fur New Orleans. Tho Star
is the finest boat of the Big O Line.
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville is due
early this morning, and her regular hour
lor leaving on return trip is 10 a. m.
Scnrinjj a Masher.
Talk about pretty girls but she was
a wild-llowt-r and no mistake! She got
on the train to go over to Meridian from
Yieksbiirg, ntul she was all alone.
There was a sort of sidelong movement
union g live or six men. but a drummer
for a Philadelfhia saddlery bouse got
there first. He grabbed up his grip
and walked square up to her seat nud
took possession of it without asking a
tmestion, and iu ten minutes ho seemed
tbe perfectly at home, olio answered
his questions briefly, and he had the
hardest kind of work to keep up con
versation, and as the train approached
Jaeksuii, she suddenly said:
"I want to telegraph papa from here.
Will you help me?"
"Oh, certainly. I have n blank in
my pocket. Write your telegram and
I will run into the e lliee with it."
Wo missed him when the train start
ed, but by ami by he was found iu an
other car, his hat crushed down and
his nerves all on edge. When asked
what had happened he drew forth tho
telegram which the girl had requested
him to hand in. It read:
"Bring your shotgun with you to pop
over a drummer who has dreadfully
aunoyeel me. Slioot to kill."
"To think," lie gasped, "that ono so
fair could be so murderous. Why, I'm
all in a sweat; I want souio of you to
Stand by me."
We got his grip from the seat, traded
hats and coats with him, and tho way
he slid from tho depot when tho train
reached Meridan, caused a hotel porter
"Well, now, but that white faeo bo
longs to an invalid and them legs to a
deer. What sort of a coon can ho be?"
C'ci ii ati En q u in r.
F URKITUEE !
For sale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
ington Ave., next building above the Post-
At Auction I
Thursday, April 17tb, at 10 o'clock a.
on Division St., bet. Wash. Ave and Poplar
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PARLOR, BED
ROOM and Kitchen Furniture.
Alex. O. Roysk.
Slin's Spring Suits from 3 up; large
stock of Boy's Suit for Easter; good unlsun
dned shins 50c, best quality $1.00; bats
roin the bankrupt hat bouse 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. i2-6t
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 13th street, I
respectlully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Pricee
reasonable. 91m Jacob Flxck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin' office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let sutTcring humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to hate the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that bis wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for manv veara. and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until be procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery fi r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
HucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Channpd ITanHtt. Philhl!n
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per-
ioci saiisiacnoo, or money refunded. lnce
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Another Theatrical Booml
Another Society Event!
Ono Xight Only Positively.
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 17.
The Celebrated American Actreli,
enpportedbytha Eminent Engllah Actor,
aud a companv of Selected ArtUti who wtll ap
pear in the latest of Union Square aacceaief,
11 Felicia, 01 a Ionian's Love."
Hun 200 Nights at Union
Square Theatre. N. V.
Seata fomaleat Buder'a jewelry atore.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Xight Only.
Saturday JIatince ) A DPTT 1 A
A- Saturday Sight -O-1 Hiii iJ.
Tlie Little Dutchess Co.
Miss MATIE WILLIAMS,
tho brjlllant and capable young actroaa. aapported
nr a flrat-clasa talented company, will appear
fur the Arm tlrna in Cairo Saturday aiteroooa
matluee aud Saturday evening, April ltn, la
tho original comedy written eiprtaaly tot bar
in live acta.eutillad
"The Little Duchess."
PJPCLAR PRICES. Tickets for laU at Budei'e