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aud Uuautlful Hountala and Valley
Seenety, and tlie many points
Uiatorioul Interest Along -Its
afFart WiU AIWATSbtai LOW
UaA ai by any hr tint.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Western and Eastern Cities.
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moveniBDtof trami, aleeplog car aoeoat.
modationa, etc., etc., apply at ticket officii
at all principal poloti.
KOKTH, SOUTH, AW or WBSt
I't Gen. TIcketAgt.
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flea. Ticket iff
Thoi, B. iharp,
atailaM At TrtMB'l
Vigt. kUater of Traao's
MRS. GRANT'S EYES.
A Very Usod Reaaen for llrr Iguor
uee of fublle Men.
The Wartliinirton correspondent of llie
Tulelo Hlade eays: "1 feel mined wln-it
I read the crllloUmi lhat are alluat juH
now ovir Mrs. Grant's Ignorance ol
prominent Engltab Htutt-amen. iu hurde
tonat), not to her crltlcUm, let uie men
tion that for years her eyesight lius beeu
inch that the could neither reud nor write.
Her cyei are crosatd, and the Bight ot one
ol them U nearly (rone, and that ot I he
other II tailing. VDuii one tiiinks how
little leliure stie lias had tor Mng reivl
aloud to, and how hard-working ami
aell denying were the earlier yeuraol her
married lite, one eari judge her gently tor
apeuklng Innocently to a proud dame of
O I t - r 1 . kf - 1 1 : l .
riiiyianu ui uaviug uii:i a J'n. iriin,
who appeari to 1 proiuiwrrt lu politn a
here,1 or 'a Mr. ISIuckmoiie ((.luil-tone),
to u hoiii I have heen imroUiuted.' sh
betrayed quite m little knowledge ot
American politics, many unit iiiuny u
time here; being thorou'lilv a domestic;
woiuuu, itud leavinii all outtude intcrot
aboolutely to 'the Uunural;' but bIim was
1 11 it Oeur, giMKl, uiinpolled Mrs. iritiit,
with u klnil heart tor thu poor, and 'no
blgrod nonetiBe about her,' as .Mr. IM
wanl Spuikler would pay.
"With regard to Mrs. Grant's obllqui'v
ot vision one or to charaeteristicn are
told. A few yearn since a certain asso
ciation of eminent ihysieiuun convened
here, and Its a president, a man ol na'ion
al reputation, had aoiue Irieudly inter
counw with the President during the
time. In the course ot a conversation he
aaid, tiiggfttively. 'lo you know, Mr.
I'res'dent, that Htrabi-inus is easily re
moved in these day of advanced surgical
kill':' 'What do you mean?' amwiied
the i'realdclit, in his abrupt, level whv,
do you meat) that you want to itralghten
my wile's eyes? They were a they are
now when I married her, and I am satis
lied with them just as they are.' Also,
when he first became l'roldenf. some
one delicately suggested to her that she
would better have tlietii operated Upon.
'No,' she said, placidly, 'I have been able
to make (ieneral lirant happy not with
standing thece crooked eyes, and 1 hopn
I athall he able to make l'residetit Grant
equally happy.' itut lehiiid it all lay the
gritu phantom of threatened blindness,
and 1 doubt not that the wag afraid to
pn-cipitate tin; calamity by any attempt
to improve their looks. However much
we may momentarily wish that our re
presentative American lady in the eyes i
Kurope were uch an oneaa the radiant,
intensely vital Mrs. Hayes, yet we may
con tola ourselves that Sirs, (jrant i more
attractive perona!ly than 'ueen Victoria,
aud more genial, too; and that she un
doubtedly makes lewer blunders than
her Majesty would make were she on an
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Wahinton and ' Oommercla
re adjotnlag Hanny'e.
Wbolvaale laler in
OIEoj, Corner Twelfth and
ICE by the Car Load or Ton Will
packed tor sbippin.
Consumption, that Kcourfre of Immunity, is
the rrat dread ol tue human family, in all t. villi-,
I feei conllilent lhat I am in poaseeaion of the
only auri, infallible rrineily now known to
be jirofenaion lor the sptttly, positive cure ol
hut Ureaii diteaM, ni ita unvrvlcome coiicom
itants, vizi Catarrh, Amhma, llruiictiitib, -Vr-Tiiua
lifbilltv, etc. , etc., I am old fojry. I be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eiKht ymr eJciK
rienee at a busy practitioner in the tieat cun
mmption hospitala in the old and new Wdrld,
lu taught me the value of proper mcdica ten
both local and conBtltutionnl iu thectiPMif this
freat enemy of our race. 1 have found it Hut
am digressing. I started out to fay to those
uuering with consumption or any of the above
maladietf, that by address. ng me. giving synips
bum, they shall lie put in possession jothis
f rvut Imiuq, without charge, and shall have the
wnelit of my experience in thousands of case
successfully treated. Kllll particulars, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
InBtnictiona for successful treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by return
Uiail, free ol charge, by addressing
1K. JOHN M. HL'IINETT.
w allT M7 .leflersnn Hreet I rniisvill
STBATT0N ft BIRD,
Dom mission Merchan
AOENTfl AMBRIOAN PO WES C
f7 Ohio Lvee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Ueuler la
He. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
flt.ALitttntloi Riven to conilf amenta and
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Uetall Dealers In
Foreign and Domestlo
wii:m f am. kin un.
No. OQ Ohio Levee,
MESS BP. KktTn A CO. have soMtantl
a large Uc ot the beat good in Uu. inar
et, and giveeapw.ial alleuUon to I he wholesal
aniJ. of tlw buainaa
It!:.:: Hil :!',:;!
St. Louis, Mo.
IH0S. A. SICE, A. M.L. L, B.,
JAB. EICE, A. M..
7. H. HT7KW00D,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP. $81 00
If S T ( oinpiete, '1 borough and 1'ractica
i'ur il -tudy in the L'nnetl Sitatea a
cuurae indirpcii.tbii. t" every youu loan eu
Iwikinea il.t of life.
Yor IlluktraUd CirccUr,
IIU'S. A. I;R K, A. U ,L. II.,
OC ALL AH AN & HALL,
loofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiinj a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Job nine Promptly Done.
St. Charles Hotel,
mm :: the
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Da
Special Rates by Week or Month
A limited nimilier of very desirable lam
ronriis e4in be secured ulreuunable rales lor the.
1 he St. t-barlea is the largest and best utitioiu
eilHulife in Suutbelli Illinois, and Is the leud
hotel in Uuro. .Nutwlllmtiilnllllg the 11
Rock" redticlion 111 prices, the table will,
usiih1,1m. Ulicmlly supplii4 with the very
uf everything that can be found in market.
1 1 lit- large sninele rooms fur commercial t
elern, on ground lloor, IVee of charge .
IJ-A11 buggat;eiil glints conveyed to and Iron
the hoUd williout charge.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, np-itairi.
:he Oldest Estftbllahed Afrenoy in South
ern Illinois, representln otu
(65 000 OOO
Tho Steam Kcrrybout
Will be run regularly, leaving (irecn
field's laiiiline nt ?. I) and 11 o'clock a.tn ;
1 'llo, and o'clock p.m. during each
Week day, i
(in Suiuluy slio will leave the litndlog at
and lOoclock a.w, aud at 1 J, in., and-at
R.'IO p. in.
Kngllsh DrussclK. Three l'ly and Ingrain
r... t-. .i ....... ... vi.... I,.. r u
also, riiiir v ai ri", v uivvi, jiiigB, vi uuiu
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc, very cheap
at the Old l'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpet carefully parked and lent to an
part ot tho United Status free of charge,
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
CHARTERED XAROX tl, lilt
CITT VATIOVAL B1NK.OAZ10
A. B SAjrrOKD, rnsktent.
8 8 TATM. Vies rwauUavt.
W. HIBLOP. Wyaa41eaurf .
P.W. Babclat, ' Osui. sjAuasma,
r. at. 8TO!rumi. Pev41. tcanrat,
B. a. CvmixauxM. L. kUuJavaf ,
J. at. Pauurs.
T NTEIIXST paid ea deposlU at Am rale ! six
A. per cent per aaaMUB, jurea in aaa sMjaavsa
jar 1st . Interest aot withdiawa U added Imres
liately te tue principal of Ue dspealw, lavarnby
(ivui ukem conuKHUia uienet
Married Women and Children may
ueposu uoney ana no on
else can draw it.
Ooen ever? buatnessdaT fteBfta.sa. to I s.aa
ad Saturday evnlo(i for aevlags depoalto oaif
rora a to a o-oioca.
W. ET8XO?. TreartUr.
City National Bank
W . P. HAXLIDAT, PresWeat.
HJC.NBT L. HAXJJSAT, Ties
A. ii. nrruKU, uwf,
WA' ' ' at HY8L0P, AM't CaeUer
fl. Starts Tatlos, R. H. Cc ijrasiAii,
H L. Hallidat, W. P. Hau.iaT
0. D. vViLUAJisoa, STarama But,
A. B, BArroaa,
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received sad a ftMrat kaaklM
r Kross. PrealOeDt. H. Walls, Oaskler.
v. xwr. tbis pras't. T. . karUi, At eat',
rani m mi
Comer Commercial Ave and St Street
r. Brosa. Cairo. Wm. Kluse, Q ire.
I Nff, Cairo. Wni. WoJi.taro.-
A . Suaanka, Cairo. R. L. Bllliaa.ur, St. Lonl
K. Iluder, Cairo. H. VrsllsTCalro.
r . h. Hrlniman, St. Louis.
J. Y. Clemson, Caledoaia,
Ventral Basking aslaeea !.
KlEzchanfe sold and boufht. Interest paid
a the rtavlna-a Derjartmant. Cnllaetioaa Blade.
nd all buain ess uromotlr atunded to.
B. F. Blaho
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
7all Paper, Window OUss, Win
dow Shades, be.
Always on hand, the celebrated llliunlaatla
Oorner Eleventh Street suad Waakias
WHOLBSeAXB AXD UTJUL.
DT TCT CITT.
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verner avis m mmm vstserewvt
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The Teetlaaear ef ths Whole World.
"I kad bo appetite l Uolloway'i Plllifavsois
a hearty eae.'
Tear PUlf are snarveleus."
"I sead for aaotlwr sex, and kaes them la tha
' I)r. Hollows 7 aat cored air Beadacai that
"1 fare eae ef yeur Pilli to say babe lor chol
era saerbu. lasdear little Uuag got wU in
1 My aausas ef a saeralar Is a.w eared "
"Tear kox of BoUe way's Ointment cured Bis
efaouMslaUe head. 1 rabbed some of your
Olauaeal behiad Ike ears, sad the aeuehas left."
Mad sae tws keissi 1 waat obs l'er a poor
"1 eaeloee a dollari year price Is 28 casts, but
the saertletee to sae Is worth a dollar . "
"Bead aaetvs boxes of yoni PiUs "
"IM me have three hexes ef your P Ml byre
tore buu, far Chills aad sever ' '
1 have ever W sach teetisaoaials asthsse, bat
Waal e saaee eeaxBel me to eoaelude.
Tor Cutanaona Disorders
Aad all erastioa ef the skla, Jths ibUbcbi li
laoit iavaluabla. It does aot heal exteraally
aloae, bat pes.uratea with the meat searchinf
aeeu to the vtrr root of the evil.
Iavarlablyurs the followinf dlseaies
Disorder of ths Kidneys.
Ia all diseases affectlag these oriaas, whether
they secrete toe much or too litue water; or
whether they be aflicted with stone or gravel , or
with aches and pains settled ia the loins over the
regloas of the kidaaya, these 1'ilU should be ta
ken according the printed directions, aad the
Olatmeal should be well rubbed Into the small ol
(be back ai bed time. This treatmeat will give
almost immediate relief when all other meant
Tor Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will to eflectually improve the
tone ef the stomach as these Pills: thev
au aciuiiy occasioned eitner Dy intemperance er
improper diet. They reach the liver and reduce
it to ahealthvtetioniUievanworiderfiillv.fllii.
eloos ia oasts of spasm-in fact thev never tail in
curia all disorders o. the liver aad stomach.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the best known in
the world for the following diseases t Ague,
Asthma. Bilious Comolainia. lllotrhta on th.
Skla, Bowels, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Erysipelas, Female irregularities
laversef all kinds, gits, Gout, Headache, Indi
gestion, InSammation, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaint. Lumbago, Piles, Kheumaliem, Itcten-
ikm ot urtaa, screrula or King's Evil, riort
Throats, Stone and Uravel Tic-Douloureux,
Tumors, Ulcers, Warms ef all kinds, Weakneas
uosa aay cause, etc.
Koae are grantee unless the signature of J.
Hay dock, as ageat for tlw Halted Mates, sur
rounds each box of Pills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of aay party or parties counterfeiting
tht medicines er vsading the tame, knowing
them to be spuriout.
. Bold at the manufactory of Professor H.l
toWAT Co. . New Tork, and by all respectable
druggists and dealers ia medicine throughout
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teats and SI each.
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Lader the head of
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MsClellan ; ''haunteriogt About Constanti
nople," by Charlei Dudley Warner; "Otil
of My Window at Moscow," by KugeDe
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By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaki " ave the hijrj,
eat satiafaction to the leaders of the
I be scene ot tills latest novel U laid ot
the banks ol the Hudson. The hero U a
young man who Las been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," but who, by tht
death of hit mother, it leu alone lu the
world to Urilt on theeurrentot uie with
a fortune, but wltuout a purpose.
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Alio, practical iu,gestione us to town anc.
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