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Tula great International Exhibition, da
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OKFICK-Iit the Alexander County Bank,
t CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
The Centaur liniments ailaT
pain, subdue swellings, beal burns, and will cure
Rheumatism, Spavin, and anv flesh, bone or
muscle aliment The A 'il' t Wrapper is for
family use, the Y.Uow Wrapper for animals.
A list of the ingredients are contained around
each bottle. They are cheap, speedy, aud cer
tain. The certain, speedy Md han..ie
remedy for children, is Pitcher's Castor ia. It is
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain in its
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Dowels, there
nothing lik Castoria.
Dealer in Fresh Meal.
Between Washington and Ocsamexola-
Avenues, adJolzunsT Ut .
TT KBPS for sal th beat B. Fork, Msi
xx. van, xauiiD, n. . "
rs4 k serve BUB i Has to aa seosvtabla nis. tft
R. SMYTH & OO.,
Wholaaa) and Retail Dealers ia
WINKH OF AT. I. KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSflR. SMYTH CO. have eon.taatly
a large stock ot tb best goods tu the mar
ket, and give especial attention to the bo)eal
raacB 01 in tmainsea.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tsxTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIB.0 CITY U0AL COXPAHY.
rj-HHiday Bro.'s office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Halliday Bro ' wharfboat.
EJ-At Egyptian Mill, or
tTM th Coal Dump, foot of Thuty-Eightb
tJ'Fost Office Drawer. XnO.
AXD . ,n
Mo 80 Ohio Levee.
7 6 t
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padueah, Shawnee town, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
AT alter B. rxifitiWQTON-. . - Master
JHAHLX. l'EMMlMUTOM ....Clerk
WiU leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock p. m.
The fleet steamer
Leaves Cair awry SATURDAY.
..A Iu... .lAM MABnM.llAlll .t Pain
with first-class steamers for 6t. Louis, Mem-
B hi. and New Orleans, snd st Kvanaville with
i E. AC. U. K. for all points North and Kast.
BUWll.,11. ,iuuia , . . ' -
point on the Upper Ohio, giving through re-
ecssiia psi ireigusa ymgw. . k -
lAI ull VB-D UxdnSA A lAn,
OVA.. OAS. m ut
II,. Bll.v&n, raaaenger Agnus.
UALLiDAY BKOS., j Aenta
U.J. GRAMME B,
j 1 .. A.... mA r2unru1 B-M-ivht Airant.
ao-o-su-av. w - . . ..
37 Coral Place, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
A nalarlj Maostc ssl l-fU, .oliM pkjskUa sa4 sk.
aaS tut, a. hi. nrMSloolU f'lJJ;
Spermatorrhea and Impotenoy,
a. as. nnIS ef Hit-.Sum Iu y..i. ksu.I .votm. I.
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kl. eltv-u. Ilamuw, Hmii.sl .aihriualsltai
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rr, Ac. M MlM
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OLEBT, Ssrtow, owaiu.. . vt iu
tuo u. om a maskwas, laBi lin. saas artiMwy
Omimm Onarnatwed to all CaaM
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mil SICT n STI70!Zn
Room and Ccsrd, 1st ind 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
B04vm tAdSostrd, S4 Floet S9.00 far Sat
If 11 Rat fty VTk r tfrath.
A limited number of verv desliable taaa II
rooms can be secured at reasonable rata lev the
The St, Charles la the Ursjastaad bast apBOUt-
ed House In Koothern Illinois, and ts the laMina
noiri id iiro. rt oswit naasnnias ana " 'Bad
Hock" redaction In prices, the table will, a
osual.be liberally .applied with the very best
of everything that oan be found ia market.
Fine large sample rooms for eemmereuri tray
slers, on ground floor, fre ef ekarg. .
. EV-A " naggasreoi gnaats conveyea to iM trox
tue netei wiiuoui cnarg
rAIH T AXD OIL.
S. F. Slaho
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Vo.
Always on hand, the celebrated tllnmlaattng
Corner Kiev en th Street aad Waenlac
JOHN H. KTXLXXT,
Attorney at Iw
OFFICJt t At residence on Ninth Street, betwseh
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
STRATT0N & BULB,
AOENTS AMBJUOAy POWSV OO
57 Ohio Ziowee.
REW A O VEatTISEHEHTB.
t wver 1AXI TWS1SM. of
Bedding Plants, Rose., Ac
VrnlK. Free s ail applloaata,
a week in yonr own town
Ciruil outfit free.
II. HALLtT A CO., Port-
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
tJ-WE WANT BOO ' If ORB BTB.BT-
0LA8S SEWINQ MACHINE AGENTS.
AND 600 MEN OF ENESOT AND
ABILITY TO I-EARN THEBTJltTWlfg a
OF SELLING 8BWINO MACHINE I.
COMPENSATION LIBERAL,. BUT
vivvrva AOnnVTtTvairn atttipv
CHARACTER And QUALIFICATIONS
OF THE AOENT. YOB PARTICU
WilsSe 5.TOf tan.
827 and 829 Broadway, Hew Tork, or
new unease, An.
ATKAR. AGENTS WANT
tl on our (jrad Combi
nation r roe pectus, repreaent-
150 MSTnicT BOOKS
wasted everywhere. Tbe Blarsjeat ThMS)
Ever Tried, bales made from tht. when all
aingle Books fail. Also, Agent, wanted on eor
MAI...M !!-. I CAUIUl lUIILaO, BUpCTIor
to all other. With invaluable Illustrated Aids
and Superb Bindings These Books bent the
worm, run particulars tree, jsaoress aaSB
rurTEll at CO.. publisher. Philadel
a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit
Oli and term, frv TRL K A CO.. AuausU.
r)C Extra Fine Mixed Cards, withnasa
aW iO oU., post-paid. L. JONES A CO.,
J.hU, N. V.
t(E A- 77 a Weekte Agants. .10 OUTFIT
33 IO Pii-REK. F. 0. VICKERV. Au
gusta, Main.. '
PCaiCinfUQ matter hew Slightly dl.
rr.IM9IUlv9.blcd. Increasca bow paid. At-
vlc and circular free. T.McMtcnAtL, Any, 7eT
sanaam bL, I una., 11.
OR FaneyKlxed Cards, latest styles, orSS
CJ scroll hue styles, with name lOo , postpaid.
Neeaatu Cars! I, o. box to Naauu N.V.
nc EXTBi FIME CAKPst, aa two alike,
3 with name, lOela. J. fi. H AHDKS.
ataKlen lirldg, n. j.
re . tff par day at hoai. Aamulea worth
9 TO L4ifJM,. blllON A CO., Port
Hfi AftPi A MONTH received by our gradu
ftvU 0 bUUU a tea, btudents wsntad. Salary paid
while practicing. Situation furalahed. Ad
dreasN. W. TKLEGBAFU INSTITI'TK, Janea
tK Fin Mixed Cards, with name, a rent
postpaid. iStorlO cents. A. THA V Kit
A CO.. North Chatham, N. Y.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is Ike brand Old
LIN I MB IT T
Which has stood the test of 4C
rhere is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure.no
Ache, no Fain, that AOiots th I7u
man body,or the body of s Corse
or other Domestio animal, that
loos not yield to Its nsio touch.
A bottle oostitvf SSe.. tvoo. or CI
has often Bared t&s life of 17asua
Being, and Restored to Ilf ssst
Uaefulness IXsny a Vslssble
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