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Xrnolrt on Emerson.
There nro a few passages of Emer
son of which it can bo said that they
stand even pleasantly in tho tucuioriea
of his English readers. In truth, Emer
son is not, in my judgment, n legiti
mate poet. His poetrr is interesting.
It make ono think, out it is not tho
poetry of ajjreat poot. I say this with
regret, for I admire Emerson, but I say
itas a matter of justico not only to
truth but to his own groat soul and
Milton says that poetry should bo
simple, serious, and i'mpassionod.
Emerson's poetry seldom contains any
ono of these qualities. His poetry
lacks feeling, clearness and energy.
There aro somo passages, to bo sure,
which in beauty and graeo aro worthy
of Gray, but Gray hold his placo as a
Coot by the power and skill with which
is evolutions wero couducted. Emer
son's "Mayday" has no evolution at
all. In general his poetry I1.13 no evo
lutions. In his "Titmouse" tho reader
is never ablo to obtain a clear Idea of
what his titmouse did. Tho author is
not concreto enough not poet enough
to tell us. His readers arc left to guess
for themselves. I do not place Emer
son among tho great poets or the great
men of letters. Who aro tho great
men of letters? buch men as fjicoro,
Plato, Bacon, Swift and Voltaire, They
wero writers of grace and style. Emer
son's stylo was not only uncertain but
often very weak, borne of his i-nglisn
critics had ventured to call him too
green. Emerson has written passagos
of noble and pathetic eloquence and
shrewd and pointed wit, besides somo
of tho most exquisite epigrams. Ho
has not tho stylo of a great writer,
however. I do not even consider Car
lylo a great writer. Emerson promised
Oarlyle immortality fur his histories.
They will not have it.
Emerson ha3 been called tho founder
of a philosophy. Sinking carefully,
Aristotle, Plato and Kant cannot bo
called great writers. Yet they build up
philosphies. Emerson cannot bo called
a great philosophical writer because ho
could not build. His philosophical
works have no progress, no evolution.
Ho knew his own defects very well,
and he formulatod the defect of his
own stylo of production when ho spoko
of his tendency to the lapidary style.
Some who say that Emerson's poetry is
too abstract and his philosophy too
vague declare that his best work was
his "English Traits." I am free to
admit that tho "English Traits" havo
most excellent qualities, but they aro
not great. It is but simple justico to
Emerson to measure him by tho high
est standard The faults of his "En
elish Traits" are faults of observation.
Emerson's observations were of sys
tematic benevolence. They will not
stand the stern test of actual condi
tions. We should keep our literary
consciences true, and judge every kind
of litorary work by the conditions
proper to it. Judged in that way "En
glish Traits" is certainly not a work of
We realize then that Emerson's re
lation to mankind is not that of a great
poet, a great writer, or a great philosophy-maker,
but it is of superior im
portance, nevertheless. His relation
is more like that of the Enipuror Mar
cus Aurelius. Ho is tho triend and
aider of those who would live in tho
spirit. All of the points in thinking is
necessary for a purpose ho takes, but
ho does not combine them into a sys
tem of philosophy. Emerson possessed
tho talent necessary to give aid to those
who desired to think and to see the
good and tho pure in life. Character
and earnestness were necessary qualifi
cations for such a task, and those ho
possessed in a large degree. The good
is close to us, and the skepticism of our
ago and of many of our eminent men
should be resisted. Pretension is use
less. It never wrote an "Iliad." it
never gave birth to nor developed a
f !liriuttnniri.- anil it n, ..I...1...1... i
tlinstianity, and it never abolished
slavery. Exclusion is deadly. Tho
exclusionist in religion does not seo
that, he shuts tho door to himself in
trying to shut out others. Compensa
tion tinally is tho great law of life. It
is everywhere, it is sure, and thero is
ao escape from it More practical
positivoness is what wo want Emcr
Bon's optimism and his defiance of
favorable relations havo in them that
which U dangerous. Emerson's points
are true and fruitful if they aro under
stood in tu right sense. From their
own high points of view they aro cer
tain y true. Tho secret of hfs effect is
tamper. Never had any man such a
Bonse of the inexhaustibkness of naturo
and of hope as did Emerson. Uis abid
Ing word for all his readers is that tho
oualitios which benefit tl nm la .l, ......
. - t-llucr.
fulness, courago and tho endeavor to
realize ineir aspirations. Uno can
hardly overrate tho importance and
tho value of holding on to hopo and
Cheerfulness. This teaching alone gives
to Emorson's work an estimable virtue.
The scopo and upshot of Emerson's
teaching is truth. The guldinz cenius
is his moral sense. It has been said
that fcmerson in Ids writings is too
sanguine; that the present generation
is not goiug to turn out as well as ho
hopod. It is very likely that ho was
too sauirulno as to the near future
Possibly tho next few generations may
prove to do unwortny oi uu nigh Hopes.
isut tinio will demonstrate tho truth
fulness of his gontle theories. By tho
conviction that In tho life and hopo of
tho spirit l happiness, Emerson was
THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY . MORN1NQ FH11RUARY 19, 1884.
truly great. Franklin and Emerson
aro tho most distinctly aud honorably
American of any of tho writers that this
country has produced. They aro tho
most origiual and valuable A'eu
. , s .
Uinta for tho Guest Chamber.
In tho gnest chamber always havo a
copy of tho Bible, printed in . largo,
clear type, also a few books "or maga
eines. I once passed several days, tho
Sabbath included, with a friend. Not
knowing tho customs of the), family, 4a
tho morning I nroso early, as usual,
and waited three and ouo-haJf long
hours before breakfast was annoiincod,
with nothing but meditation to employ
my tinio. ! ' -i -' "-
Then, again, tho usoful guest finds it
pleasant to put little finishing touches
to the room, and a handbrush and
dustpan to gather up tho dust or littlo
ends of thread a mister so nice and
clean as to require a bit of paper pinnod
ou to designate its use aud a good
sized piece of cotton, colored or1 white,
tucked in the handle of tho slop-jar
will be roadily understood - anil, . appre
ciated. Then, too, a corii-broom, in
one of those cuuuing little fancy cases
now in vogue, is very useful.
A square of oilcloth , in front of tho
toilet stand may save your carpet from
Spots. , .(. .-:
A sparo newspaper ono does not al-
ways think to bring, to use while comb
ing tho hair. Those aro littlo; things,
but "moightyconvaneyant."' '"' " . '
Vacato'ono or two drawers' In tha bu-V
reau for tho use of your guest, and seo
that there aro spare hooks in the closet"
also a box of hair pins a small ba.
ket containing a few neoJlos, spools of
cotton, threads of black aud colorod
silk, scissors, boot aud glove- buttonor,
and other little things of a similar
character may bo of tiuioly servteo to
tho transient guest.
Sometimes a mattress, unless it be of
hair, is found too hard to sleep upon, !
and feathers too warm. .To obviate
the difficulty, plauo tho feather bed on
top, and on "it a new piece of wide straw
matting covered with ono thickness of
cotton cloth, and the bed will be com
forable and cool. -
A cloan apron is not always put on
while making up beds, and to prevent
tho sides of mattresses becoming soiled,
sew strips of. cotton over them; they
can bo readily removed for washing,
and look nicer if starched. Good
as i s .
The first thing many persons do in
purchasing a plot of ground and build
ing a residenco thereon is to stock the
lawn with so large a number, of trees
and so much shrubbery, which, while
small, look very , pretty, but in tho
course of years increase in size to such
an extent as to turn the beautiful lawn
into a forest, screening the dwelling
from public view, destroying-the symme
try of the trees, and ruining- the grass;"
besides, if there are any hedges near,
they will soon become irregular in form
and ragged in appearanoo and fre
quently die. But in addition to this, as
a general rule, we plant too many or
namental trees upon our premises, and
too few fruit trees. Some of the latter
, aro as comely in form and yield as fine
shade as the former. Ono of the most
beautiful trees to have upon a lawn is
the double flowering-. -English; wild
cherry. In blooming 'it- is a. sight
worthy of a journey of : half a ' dozen
miles to see; then tho fruit is valuable
as a medicine, and in that view a small
demijohn, with ,a pint of tho cherries
and two quarts of whisky or brandy,
should always be kept in. the house. y
Then, there is no food that the robin,
woodpecker, catbird, bluebird and va,
rious other of tho ornithological family
prefer to it -, . :. :
There is nothing, too, disfigures a lawn
so much Ins many overgrown- ever
greens. When they have reached their -maturity,
br when tl.ey are found to
have lost tlnnr -symmetry and attrae-
tion, whether large orsmall they should'
le uprooted and the lawn-overhauled
and reiturod to its original bcrttity and '.
kept so, for what is more charming
than a perfect lawn?; At the present
time, within the limiis ' of ' tins, citv,
there is scarcely a lawn of any cousid
crablo dimensions which doenot con
tain evergreen trees that are not merc-
ly an eyesore and next to a nuisance,'
but which aro allowed to remain from
pure oversight and neglect; which is
quickly seen and commented on by tho
public Uermantown TelegrapL
Mosdat Evenwo, Feb. 18, 1884;" .
Business is vry quiet owing to the diffi-
cilty in making prompt shipments, u th
floods have cut off the railroads south with
the single exception of the 3l! JLOThe
I. C. U. R. contiouea to run trains regu
larly south, transferring at Wiclcliffo seven
miles below Cairo. ' ' ( )
Very little uneasiness is felt hers, al
though the rivers are very high and still
rising slowly.. They will probibfy come to
uaiuuu o-morrow, unless, we Dave mora
FLOUR The market is firm and prices
are advancing without sales, ; however! a
buyers and sellers are apart r. (
IJAY The supply is light of small bale,
choice, and market firm. Large bale and
common are slow. ...' ,
CORN Choice Missouri corn'is In good
request at outside quotation, x Stocks are
mostly in elevator and are ample for the
demand. '. ' '
0TS Steady and firm: the'iiemand U
goouand supply light. i j f -
aitAL Firm and unchanged v
BRAN Kone in market. "
BUTTER Clioics northsrn packed In
good dsmand; Souihsrn Illinol andotbtt
roll butter is hard le sell. . -
EGGS Stocks are accumulating
prices art wean ana going lower.
POULTRY Cbiokens are scarce and
good demand at higher prices.
APPLES Nothing , doing for Uck
POTATOES-Plenty and qaiet.
Salca and Quotations.
NOTE. Tn prices tier jrtven tre for inlci from
firithtndtln round lots. An advance It
Charged for broken Ion in Oillnconleri, .
' '.tj' FLOCK.' '
Extra finer 5 lUQS SO
no bbli YBrioui gridoa.. buu 00
Kimlly...........-.... 4 16
Cho'cu...... . .....5 (035 an
FUCTHtHMi.tMIMIM.t, MMWMillMN.Milt &
. HAT.: .
5 car flltedjre email bale.. . 11 s
t care choice, email bale II CO
tear red top ... 8 01)
' ' CORN.
6 care choice white Missouri.- RA
ecara white F.O. D. ..... W
1 ear in tackt del S9
T ear choice in bulk ....... Sti
I car chute heavy in bn k...- 87
. . WUKAT.
Ho. t lUdliemneaa. ........ , I 00
, UBAL. ,'
eOObbl CUT on triers I 55 1 i 60
Io 9ckse 90
' - ' J.'UTTHK. ,
400 ponnd choice Northern packed 84
300 pounds choice Northern roll 183,30
SOOponnd Southern Uli roll 1516
..800 pound creamery.... XS&30
; i ; :. igos. ; : . .
800 dosen (eold early) IS
6U0 doien, freih 16
Larf choice..... 10 50
Hm'l i - t t 1 1 - 9 00
5 coop mixed and hen 1 TN&-1 50
8 coop hen...... HitS 73
Per bhl choice Ben Darlg..... ...., 4
Home Beauty. 4 ?5
Small vnrwtlei -' 8 00
Choice Wlueeapi .....J 5A&8 5
Gooatons..... .8 56,S 50
Cholcered ............. , 8 00
Choice yellow. .. 2 25
Potato per bneh Peach Blow..... 4V)
Potatoes per hash JSarly Koe.. 40
Potatoes per bbl. .....1 00
According to !ie...............13 OCtO 09
Tnb-w tsbed -?t30
Fine unwaahed v
). 0. Bam .
Clear side. .
Shoulder - none
. 1 05
tV4 bnehel barlap.
DRIED PRC IT.
Choice navy 8 OOai IS
Bearer per pound..
L T) ,-.
Calf, OreeD ,
Dry Flint choice....
Dry Salt..... .
Oreen 8Jt... ......
Sheep Pelts, dir....
10 to US
- 10 to 45
10 to 5'
. 50 to 3 50
. 75 to tt ( 0
8 to 15
.1 00 to 00
Sbeep Pelt, green..
.... 4 5i 5 i"
.. 4 7a I
... 4 5a 7 c
.. 7 -xxa 'P
Gor 4 Leaf.
HATHS OK FHCKUIT.
Ft oti r
rk..... .... T
, Miss..... ti4
Vlckshurg, Prent.es Uoase Svi per cwt hlchr
ah oiner war points oeiow Jiempuia to .Ntw Or
leans, same rates a to K loeitOK
; The Voltaic Belt Co, Marshail, Mich.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicsoces on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. " 2
. ' jsaeKien's Arnica Salfe ' ''"
- - The Best Balve in the - world for Cuts.
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilulaitlBj
Corns, and all skin Eruptions, and positively
cares Piles. It ie guaranteed to give pen
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
oroiuen. ;' "
i The office held by the kidneys is one of
importance. They act as BatUr sluice
way to carry off the extra liquids from' the
system and with them the impurities both
those that are taken into the stomach and
those that are formed in the-'-btood. An
clogging .or inaction tt the organs is there
for important. Kidney-Wort is nalura'a
efficient assistant in keeping the. kidneys
id tjooa woraing oruer, sireDgtoening tnem
and -including healthy action. If you
would set well and keep well, take Kid
AilVicft to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and lir .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and got a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. . Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sulferer immed
iately. : Depend 'upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tono'and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is plcAsnnt to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and bot female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottlo. (
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
Tho best salve used in the world for Cute, nrulncs,
Piles, Sores, I Icera, Salt Khcuin, Teller, Cnitpued
IUnds, Chilblains, Con:, and all kind ol bkiu
Eruptions. Freeklue aud l'linplcs. The salve is
guaranteed to give perfect nat inaction In cvory
ease. Re sure you tiet HKXUY'S CAKI.Ol.U;
SAl.VK, as all otaers are but ttnltutlou aud
Dr. (ireen'a Oxygenated Bitters-""
i the oldost and beet remedy for PyBpepela,
Blhougoeii!, Malsrla. Indlcestlnu, all dls.irdors of
the stomach and diaeast-s indlcatliisj an 1m, ure.
con. illon vf the Blood. Kidneys uud Liver. -
nritSO'sJ CATAKIill SNUFF cure Cutarrh
and all aiTucttoiif of the mucous membrane.
Denton's BitUam cures Colds, C inhs, Hlieui. a
t'm, Klduey Troubles, etc. Cu be used eilcr
naliy as a plaster.
"Decoratire Ast. . Explicit directions
for every uso aro given with the Diamond
Dyes. For dyeing mosses, grasses, eggs,
ivory, hnir, &c 10c. Druggists keep
them. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-hiling reme
dy purely vegetable, coutaiu no quinine,
sugar-coated 25 ceuta (6 .
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars enn be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once - and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to euro, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
Bros. 1 . (1) ,
ix "" ' ,
ARKANSAS AKD TEXAS. ; h
Along the line of the St. Louia, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific IUiiway ' and International ' and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging- in price 1 from
12.00 to 300 and -1.00 per acre, in ' a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 60 per Cent larger than ' that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company and paying one-fourth; ono
half, orallcaih, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickeU-Or freight
over the Companies lines. v. ,r :
II. C. TowstEXD, Gen'l Pass. Agt. ; ,
, .' . . St. Louis, Mo.
Notice."' ""-'r'.. 1 ,:'
Pnbile nr.tico in hereby piven that th oodrr
lirned Henrietta Hnn er, of Oallatln, Mo., will.
on the 10th day of Mrrh, 1-SI, make an applica
tion to toe uovernor or toe state oi i.unois tor me
pardon of one James Turner, who waa convicted of
an aeeautt to murder, at the Mar term, 1S79, of the
Alexander Couotv t'lrcut Coorl. : : '
Oftted at Cairo, 111., this tfth day of Feb. A D 18W.
SlOdw onhehalf of James Turner.' 1
This poirra .Uufter la
famous for Ita qulek
and hearty a.-Uun In.
carina; Lame back,
rvirk in th. ju-k. Bids or File. Nmralici. Ktiff Joint
and Muicles, Bjre Chert, KlUni-y Troubles and U polru
or ache either local or de pleated. It Soothes, StrenjrUi
tns and Stimulates the irt. The Ttrtnwi of-hops com
bined with rums-clean and ready to apply, euperlor to
liniment, lotions and aalvei. Price cenU or 6 for
81.00. Bold by drng
fiiU and country
tores. Hailed on re
ceipt of price. Hop
Platter Company, I-ro-
prietors, Borton, Hi
I or The best family pill made I Law ley's Stomach and
JjTer Pills. Sa. lVamnt In nation n1 nut? to talrw. -
A Hew and compute Hotel, fronting 6..' Leveu
second and Railroad streets,
Tha Paancneer D.-Dot of tae .'hlc'n. Ht f.on'f
and ew Orleans: Illiuol Central; Wahach. 'S.
Iinis and Pacific: Iron MonnUth and Hnutnern.
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and tit. Louis liaiwys
are all Just across tne street; While the steamboat
landing In butone square distant, ' -
TaisrHotei is tiau-a br etenm. nas - steam
Jjanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull llelie.
Automatic Flre-Alarms. Baiha, atisolntely puro air,
perfect Mwerage and torn plcte appntntnienta . . i
. Saperb furntehlBge; perfect service i and an on
L. P. PAHKKfl CO- Ismne
NEW YORK STORE, ll :
:-f WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. '
The Largest Variety. Stock
(iOOPS wSOLD VERY CLOSE
I. " " 1
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Our. Nineteenth street t . PaifA Til
yommerelalAtenoe' MllllFs III
LLfNOLS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
T O - . I
St. Louis and Oliiaxo.
Tho Oniv J-iin ltuutxinu;
0 DAILY TRA'lNd
Making Direct Connkotioh
riuiwa LliVI CAtKO! ' "'
3:OS a m. Mall,
' rrtvtiij In Bt. Louis :4ia.tn.j ChlcKO,8:30p.m.
ConnuciliiK at odlu aud Btunghain for Clnoln
nail, Louisville, IndlnBapolii and points East.
12 25 p. in. Fast 8U Louisj and
I Wfgtorn Rxprtias, ,
rrivlng in Bt. lonis 8:iS p. m., aud coduiciIiw
for all point West. . . ..
3 45 p.m. Fast Express. '
Kor t Louie and Chicago, arriving at Bt Loul
lo.ta p.m., and Chicago 7ao a m. .
3:-45p.trt. Oinoinnnti Kxpresw.
,irlving at Olncliinati 7:00 a.m.; Louiitifle 6.'56
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Paasengera by
this train reach the above polnta la to 30
UOL'KS In advance ol any other routs,
rTTbeS:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
M.KKP1NO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
:hnngea, and through sleepers to Bt. Louis anc
Chicago. . , , . ;. i
" ti i
Fast . Time Kaet.
Pll fypl'C tnli "Be 8 through to EasU
1 aD.-icilt.ia ni polnta without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
ioin trnlu frooi Cairo arrives in new York Monday
norul'ie t 10:35. Thirty -six hours la advance ol
V nlhi-t route, . t
lFor throntrh tickets aud further information
ppiv at liUuals Central Railroad Depot, Calm.
J. II. JON K, Ticket Afent.
a. n. PJtVSOV. ;M0. rtn. Agwnt. Chlcata
11 It. TIME CARD AT. CAIRO.
Tra.os Depart... """"! , Traina Arri
c ST. L. jj. o. It. r. (Jacksoo route).
t Express ...
.4:45 a.m, 1 tMsii......4:80p.
10 30a.m. I Eiuresa ....10:)a.
...o:J p.m. . ....
a C.n.lt. (Niirrow-iraugt;).' ',
.... 8:00 a m . I Kvnroaa 1-1f,n
Bxprs . ..-
Kl. JSiiail .. 1U:.J a.m. Kl. A Jtallla-IOn m:
Accoin....,...li;t6 p.m. I Aecom...,...8:oU p.m.
ST. I tt I. If. H V - . ' ,
t t'l press.. 10:30 p.m. tsprs(s.n,.8:80 p.m.
W.. ST. t. P. K.B.- t I ,
Mull & Ex.....4:)l.m. I 'Mall i. Ex.. 8.10 n.
Accom ,.,....4:00 p.m.
J: a. mi Freieht
WOIIII.R A Oil TO R. H.
Mall 5: a.m. I MalU.
Daily except Sunday.. fitHf.,. r
AKEIVAL AND DBPARTCBK OF MAttS.
" ' ' ' Arratl Dep
' -,v .:ii. .iU P.'O. lratPC
. O. R. U.(itroiiiihlock pall).. 6 a. an. I . ......
. , ,.il:iua misp. a.
" (way mall) ..... 30p.m. I p. m.
41 (Houthern Dt .....,B b. m. I8n tn
Iron Mountain B. it ...:3i'p.m. It p. m
Webab it H. .... ....Io d. m. It o. m.'
Texas St. Louts K. R ...7 p. m. 18 a. m.
8u Louis 4 Cairo It. H.. 8 d. m. 9:90 am
ObloKiverM.--..- p. m. 14 p.m
Mlse river arrives Wed.. Sat. A Mon.. :' .
" deoarta Wed.. Krl. Sun.
r u. mp del. op n from.....
f.u. iux del. 0.4.B lrom....i
..a,asv tow p.
Bnrdays gee. del. otn from.. ..8 a. m. to ltla.m.
6uni!avs hoi del. open from,. ..6 a. m. to lOiJOars
L-tT cnantftS will be punished from
time to time in city papers. Change your cards ac
eordiugly. ( - j ; V M. tf. JlUfiPHT. Pi If
' i ' r ''ft - IT
' PALT' RIIK1M. K(7.F.MA. SCHOFITA, 8CAl,D
-. Htd. Krrslwtlaa. Teller, Hive. Lal rurT. TlarlMr'S -
lull, Piinijli-o, siinrs,CorliUiicies. l ljiul I'olsiuuug -j
on. I l-oim-l wounds, tuogworui, Bnnourn, ana
all diaes of Uie axiu. r I -
i'or I'llen. Wounrtu, Clits, ricert or Kores, no
renrf-ly is so promt 1" sooOiliuj and bIiig aa
. l'aptlioii fkiu Cure. .It dues, not smurVui liur..,j
butdiws in ten tattfuaga Occoinpaiijf iuery kiU, j
AB8OL0TBLT CORM 4 ' ' '
NASAL CATARRH, XftHrinirt!fK"'cbtI
lu.the Head. Hose Cold, KraiKliiul Cauirrh aud n
, ' MAY rEYEB;''-;
Clean the nostrils, permits natural brf.nthliia, -
' and prtveut incrunlntiiilx. mulile aixl neealiig. ).
It ina itlrnirefirCoia la the Haad-irMvh ,,
is caused by sudden cbungu In Ue attuunpuere. ''-
. pucdioM ea (m lanpitiftt aaompany eftry kM.
,7 , PAPIULON Mr"C. CO., CHICAGO.
TOR BALE BT All DBUGOI8TB. "
For Sale by ' '
:TA1TT a SHTTTm
... ; i" ., ... . ! Ml-.tr'IlOU'M .f.i I
necial Acts.. ,in ?this oDIv!
, ' For , Sale s bv - u -"i-
: : ' CAIRO, ILLWOI8. ' "'l
I . , - r-esl'j poiI e
, KL01JR, ORAIS V$t 8AV
1-K.iai t ,. ' I Mii ,-mmJh
v!-. . t 'i rrpvyUf i,.-. t.,-;i
Egyptian Flouring Mil 1
,7lliTbrit Ciuh Prk puM tor Wh.alV
fiff) 1 1 I 1 WiiRlX, turn aiisnlltnmlr
liwaly. Fr b-i.Uin.iuiaNf and eBildraniMui. ktieri trrm
twlnrat mdli-Kl men, ami a nil iMorlntloD oT tfcs treatment,
WH TT EH
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. ragulskr Oi-olimt of twn niodicnl
CollfKi-s, has Ix-on longer riiitaKed in the treiil
liieiit of Cltrouio. Nopvouh, rlcni uud
lllooil D1seaa than any othi r tihysli-lim In
Bt. Louis, as city ii r shew ami all old rei.
ilenta know, fonsii'iullnii t oilieeor by mull,
fri. ami Invited. A friendly talk or Ills opinion .
cpstsnothliiK. AMien ltlafiiconveiiHntti-il
the city .or treatment, medicine euu be sent
by mall or expreae everywhere. Curable ra'
iruaraiiu-pd: whera doubt uxl.sU li Isirankly
ktated. Call or rite. '
Rervotn Prostration, DebUity, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores asd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SUEGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudcneos, Eianssat
Indnlgencjs or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a .liyk-laii a)lnir.
particular attention to acla- ou a-s allalua ,
irreat skill, and vhvsielani tn regular piiii tli o
all over Ilia country kuowlnii this. fi'eii"iii1y
reeonimeiid caxralo the olielolllee in Amerli-n,
where every kuowu appliance I reported to,
ami the proved.-ikmmI reinli.ii of all
aires ami c.Miiitrles ar uxd. A whole lions l
used for office puro4-, and til are trruted lth
skill in a reairtfnl nianner; and, knowini
what to do. no exierlinents are msile, Onitr.
rnunt of the Kreat niiiiilier n; ( U In K, the
charnes err- kept low. often !owi than li
demamled by. i.lllrra If )OU sei ure the skl'l
anil irel a speedy and prrfert 1 i t cure, that la
the Important matter. I'iinphltl, M pngek.
sent to auy address free.
putes. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i page's.
Klecsnt cloth and a-ilt hlmllnir. Sealed for CO
cents In poiL-iire or i-urremy. (jver 111 I y won
lerfiil pen pictures, true to life , articles on the
followlnir sulijet-t. W ho may nmrry, who not:
WhyV Proper aire to iiwrry. Who marry lirst.
JI:iDhfKi., WiiiijhiiIio.iI. rliyileal d" en) . M ho
fhou id muri -y. Mow life aml'li iiilues liny lo
uiii muri y. Mow ine nn-i li iiiue nnv lo
ren,d. Thns rnarrled or rm loriii.lntiiiu
riylnK shoulil read It. It oiulit to I read
all ailull ron, then kept under l k ami
liierei,n. inns rnarriel or eomvmpiallin
ov all ail u 1 1 ih
key. l'oiular edlilon. same as ul e. hut .u-r
. cover anu iiaj paire uituu u uuuu ill utuucjr
riatugfc , - '
BEFORE -AND -f AFTER
Eltctrlc Appllaaett are isnt 0 30 Diyi' Trial.
rT0 MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
(TIT110 are surTerln from Niamrs Dtaiurv,
- V V Lost VlTAUTV. o .Nicava fos t 1D
Vlooa, Wahtuki W iiiiwu and all thaw disease
" a 1-saaoNiL hin-s rrmltlns; from Aartas nj
UTiisa l iL'uM. Hwly relief and etmplcw re.t-.
ration ut 11 aALTti.V worn and UiHotGL'Aa.iirrKtD.
' Tke vraoilat illwovery of tli N'mntiitli ont'irr.
. daud&luace fur UltlUatd 1'unpbUil fr. AddnM
VOLTAII HIT 80., MAW8HALL. MICH.
pnilfM, pn.Ui.iluro tli-iiv
and Uiiuro to perform llle'a
duties properly are caiuwl hf
ei atn.M of youth. He. -
ill imd a iTfc-i ami lut ns '
rastora'ion to rotnmt heulih
and vlirnrana tnunhood In
He MASSTON BOLUS.
SevUir autur h druiJliiv tn.r
tmrtrumenu. 1'hlfl trfaimnt of
.ervntia Itbtll y and
Ih valcnl Dernv iAunifnmil
snereatfnl becanse lail on perfn- diaenmn.
jwaahneaa. full infnrmstlon and Trettiau (roc
AdJrr-w Contultinc l'h)k-inn of
' 85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
ArnpnUrimiiliiate. ftTheOldeat Nneelnllat
In the United Mate, whu l.il v. uM. i.m kiiiknck.
' pfrfei mtthl and puro mxlicine in-mra ai-Kunr
'' and ituuoKnr cuuaa ol all I'nvatn. (.'tironm und
' 5ert..s Dutcaaea. Ailciionnt tha Jllimd. Sikln.
Kldnrr. Bludder, F.riiptlnna, I I re pa. Old
Sarra,Nwrlllnc of t lie CluniU, .More Moulh.
Throut, Hone Pnlna, pemiaiMulb carud and
' UCDlnilC iW'''"!.'";''",.'..'ii
H Ell I U U Suniitl lrray, M. ntul
, and 1'htjnical Wcaknt, Foiling Mnnory,
j Wtak Kyrt, Stunted Itcvclopment, iinjwtd
j siacnfs to Marringe, fie., from extmrt or any
eatu, ipcttWij, tnfrhjand prirntftij Ciiml.
" IV-Young, Mlddle-.Vaed and Old m.-n, and a!l
' ha need mudical "kill and experience, commit
l)r.liateatonoo. Hiaopiniun con's iiutliini;. andmay
ear future mi-ry and shame. Wkea ineonm-sient
tovbit the city for tieaimenl, tnrdieim-ean ho Bent'
srenwhere by mail or eipresa free from obr
' vatlon. (7-ltisself-eiulentlliaia tiliysiciin who
' siva his whole attention to a c!aa of duaea au
tains great abvtll.and phyaicianathroaiihont the
Country, knowing tliia, frequently recommend difficult
eases to tha Oldeat Speclallat, by whom every
known ttond remedy la oaed. 7lr. Bate a
Ae and Cxstetience tnaka his opinion of an
preme Imiiortaaee. J-Tho wlm raM see no
one hiit tho Doctor. C'ooaulttionfre andaaeredly
confidential. Caaes which ha-re failed in ol.taining
fk relief elsewhere, eapeeiany aolii-ited. Kemalo Dia
eaims treated. Call or writ. Hours, from l to 4
to ) Sundaya, IO to 1. GVIO TO llALXU
fW THK HUMAfi mUV K.NLARflKD. lnTFi
OTHI. h T R KNGT H E N K P." Kte la an Intrestiniy
ails ert is-ment lous run in qui .Mer.ln reply to in
q ilrimi 9 ill nay that mere ianoeriaence of hu
ling nl)-)Utthia. Unthy contrary, the adtertim-riiarai
T'-ry InithlyinHoraexL Interested peraona may K--t
sealed circulars irivinKalt particulara hr aildrcssin
ElllK MbiTihalIJu.. ButTalo. tt.Y .Tr.Lu tWmwn H.- ,
I an tnfaUM cure for ft Ira.
V X tun 1 . al rlnuKrtaUL or
1 iiiunvwiw r v ,
t 1 sent prepaid by mall. Sample
IOTP Ell tt R
from fooibfn! taorudenee, eausiaa
saenw ana rarai
No. Ill Sooth (JuU bT.,( lilc ifcf
-UMlanaa ihjm.hii irMiing li rrh
t.m, Neroae, earuDlo sua HiMcUt itlt
. laMiMrlivl. F.mal dl.uii.1. le, Oin-
V aall.tlna pmomIIt. or y letwr tn. -
Dr. Kn is the rnilf pbjilrl.n In Hie
tan Olastrated book, w pricrlpUuaa,tl kymall.
nnnini&ndateedv cure for
Utrvmt VdMilf aud rTjneM,
iooe yaaiuvanu riflor.orany . s
arUreaMtof Indiscretion, excess,
Overwork, eta., (over forty tkou-'
sand posltlTS cures.) tf Bund
18a. for poetam on trial bol of ' 1
r, ana uunoun jt-iaos, (JBicaoo, ilu
:( ? FREE I
7 RELIABLE SELF-CURE
aa A farorlts preaertplleii of ftna of tbf
Mat noted and suooaasful specialists In the TJ. a, '
(now retired) for tha cure of JVematsa AsaanUffta.
TLii JTomnootf , Wahnm audiMoafei. eJeul
Addraw D. WARD 4 CO., Utttslana, Ma,
)vs DR. V .
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