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JllAALB l'BaHIMUION...M ...Clerk
W1U leave Cairo every WEUSESPAT at f
o'clock o. m.
The Rett steamer
nrv Howard ...MaaU-r
h.i. Xhohaj Clerk
ItTW Cairo every SATUCDATe
UtrCh boat KetaktA dote eoanettoaU at Clro
l.L. A a 1 , A? ta 1 ..nU Main..
wiui umTiiH iKsuueri tur oi. wuiu ,
e.ki...J S, fUl. . aa tf vrea M awi 1 l With
aiatts sBUsa w iwtw, sauu a a " -
lb E. AC. U. K. for all point lion, and fcairt,
andwiththa Tnisville Mail Steamer fOball
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ceipts on freights and pasaeuger to au poiuw
t ot urther information apply to '
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. . HALUDATBKOS., Agents.
' Or to J O.J.GKAMMER,
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, Cf"A 11 baggase of guasU conveyed to and IrOsn
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OF TOtJB OWN ,
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NOW IS THETIWE TO SECURE IT.
Mild climate, fertile soil, bett country lot stock
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r)R BxttraFlne BUsed Cards, with nsu
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Nasiau, N. V.
Wil in t77 Week te Agents. iinonUT
VJJ lO .Rt. P.O. VICKBKY.Au-
A day at hom. Agent wanted. Outfit
snd laraw Am, Tftl'li CO., Augusta,
4 LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.-
rfWE WANT BOO HOKB TT
oeabs sb win q machine aqbn
AND 600 MEN OF XNBSOT
ABILITY TO LEARNTHEBVBI
OF SELLING gKWINO BtACH
UUmfEWHAl'IUW UBE&AIi, BUT
VAKYIIta ACCOBDINQTO ABILITjT.
CHABAOXEB and aUALlTIOATIO
OF THE AOENT. FOB . PARTICU
LARS, ADDRESS '
WilsDa Sexisr Vicliiss Co, CnafQ. '
827 and 829 Broadway, New Tork, or
net LXTItA 1IXE ( AKIa, two alike ,
J with name, lOela. J. K. JSAKOal,
Maiden Bridf ., B. T.
H Tft tOfl rr day at home. Sample worth
XXT A r)JTPTr!'ir mn to travei and sell our
X JUXJ Lamp oooil ta 'dearer
W month ami expeiine. paid. No peddling.
aniirew. wo.imii i.a.hi- w., vmcinnati, u.
Was awareed th highest pr its at Centenaial x
poaition Sept. 1H77. If you want the beat
tobacco ever made ask your grocer for thia, and
see that ''Jackson's Best" is on every plug.
Sold by all wholesale dealer. Any one cen get
a sample by applying to C A. -TACKaOX A CO.
Mannraeturer. Petersburg, V.
fhl 1 A DAT. flow to make it. Something
toll new and saleshle. Address COB. YONUU
A CO. etu and Walnut ts. 8t. Louis Ho.
. ' t Adsaialslrater's KeUee. ; '
Estate of Charles Bocker deoeaaed.. , ,
The undersigned, having been appointed ad
minuitratorof the estate of tJiarle Backer, late
ol the county of AJoxamier aud stale of All 1
ols. deceased, hereby eive notice that lie will
appear brloru the county court of Alexaadar
eoualy, at the court house in Cairo at the April
term, oa til. third Monday ta April next, at
which tuus alt person having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the earn adjuswd.
All persons indebted to said estate are mjueswd
to make immediate payment to th undersigned.
Hated Una J-H uay tu t euruarv, a. ioi , .
. . L . Adsuiaiatrator. '
E. F. Uankei'a Bitter Wine of Iron
has never been vnown to fail in the cure oi
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, iosa o memory, dim
cult v of breathing, goneral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous treinbling, dread-
ut norror ot aeata, night sweats, cota reet,
weakness, dimueas of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite wltlr -dyspeptic symp
toms, not uauas, nasnmc oi vn bosy, dry
nes ot the skin, pallid countenance and
eruption en tne luce, purity trig the blood,
pain in the bank, heaviness ol the.eyead,
freauent black spot flying before the eye
with temporary sutiisioo and loss of siht,
want of attention, ese.- These symptoms
all aria from a weakness, and to reaiedf
that, use K. F. Kuukt!' Jlittcr Winu of
Iron. It never fails. Thousand are now
enioymK' h'aita wno nave nsea it. xaae
only K. V. Kunkel's.. ... i . .. -
Beware or counterfeits and base Imita
tion. As Kunksrs Bitter Wine of Iron 1'
so wull knoao all over th country. druo:
gists themselves make an imitation and, try .
to sell it off te their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Utter Wine of Ires, . u '. .
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron ie pot up
only in f 1 bottles, and has a ysHow wrapper
nicely pnt oe .the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on tha wTtppasr, ef
each bottle. Always look for tha nhata .
graph on Ibe outside, and you Will always'
be sure to ret the genuine. . One eVklier per
bottle, or six for Ift. , geld b; dnigglate and ,
i ALL W0BM3 USIQYI AUTV.-
I . F. Kunkel's Worm STraeaevee falls
& destroy Pin heat and felouiane. Worn.
. Kunkel, the only uvituj physician, ,
woo, reiuovee Tape worm I two nours
alive, with head, and no fee uetU esauoved, ;
Common sense teaches that U Tape Worw
k reaaoved, all ether worm! can be readily
deeUoyed.. tiead tor srieoiar s Drtefua.l
kclTNe. 2o9 Horih .Ninth street, ftaUedeWa
Kit, l'a., er call en yonr druggist and ak
r m aotue of JCuakel'a Worn rrap.
Prls V1.00. U sever laua.