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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
TAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MO UNI N( I, a Mil I 20. 1870.
NEW SEMES-NO. 257.
Mayor Henry Winter,
'rrea.iircr - H. K, Purkrr.
riiTk- j. ii. phim..
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert.
HarsliaiC. I). Arter.
AttorneyW. (. Mrlien.
folks Magistrate -J. J. liird.
HOAK'J up Ai.brnntiv.
Pirst Ward -Oeo. Yor.iim, Wm. O'C'allah.iti,
Second Ward -Wood Rutciihuu.e, N. B. Thict!e-
Third Ward -W. IV Wright. John Wood.
Kourth Ward -Charles O. Pallor, l. J. Kolev.
Killli Ward T. W. llalliduy, Cha. Lam artttr.
irrult Judge O. A. MitrUxr.
Circuit Clerk -J. A. Reave,
('unity Judfiis It. H. Yocitm.
County Clcrk-S. J. Ilum.u
County AtUruy-W. 0. Mulkev.
County TrcaHurer A. J. Allien.'
Coroner- It. Pitzgcraii..
Couuty Commissioner-'!'. W. Hal! idny. M. Y
llronu, Samnel llrllcy.
A KIIK.'AN M. K.-Kourioenlii lreei. between p
i Waluuland (,'cdar ulirfli; service SuMi.tu 11
a in. aud 7 M p.m.; Sunday t hool 1 .M p. qi.
CMIR1STIAS -Eighteenth street: meetin; Sab-
bath 10::p m.; preucbluit o:iionally.
'HURt'll OK TIIK RKliEKMKUHKplwnpal)
V' Kourtacntb struct; Morula prayur. (Sabbath)
10" a. in.; evening prayers, 1 :.'W p. iu.: Sabbaib
ruool H a. m. Rev. St. J. Dlllon-Ijce. Hector.
LUKST MISSIONAKY BAPTIST CIURI II -J1
Preaching at 1m::jj a. in., ;t p rn , and 7::tU p. m.
.sabbath .cbool at T:.'JQ p. in. l!e. T. J. Shore,
JLTIIKHAN -Thirteenth street; service. Sab
i tiatti II a. m. nd7:'S)p. to ; Sunday school Su.
in. Rev. Ducrsebner. oator.
MUTHODIST or. Kis;bih aud Walnut street;
Proathlng Sabbath lu:'i0 a. ni. and 7 p.m.:
prayer meeting. Wedui.dav "::' p. in.; Suuday
.school, Si p. m. Rev. A. I'. Morrison, pastor.
1)RKS1IYTKRIAN -Kltbth rtwl: preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. and 7::'p. rn.; pruyer
OM-uliuR Wednda at 7:00 p.m.: huuday .Vbool
at 3 p. m. Kev. It. V. lirorac piliir.
SKCONO KIIKKWII.I. BAITIST- Kiftt.itU
, Ktruet. brtwern Walnnt and t'rdar atrtrtu; mt
vii r habLalh at .1 and 7 :: p. m.
ST. JOSKPIIS -(lioaiau CailioMri forner t ro
and Walnut iHrrrU; i-.tIi Sahbath 10:loa.
i.; Sunday SiIumiI at !f p. n.; YepVr 3 p. m.; sT
rtu'i every dy at (t p. ni.
ST. I'ATfilt'K S-Itonian Catholic) l.'oriier Ninth
atrvct and WiahiDKtun aeuue; -rviirn Sh
oatk and lua. m.; Vi pt :j p. m.; Hnnday Scboo!
; p. m.; aenicea ererr day lU p. in. Ke. Y . Zabv!.
LLINOIS CKNTU AL 11. Ii.
Shortest ami (uit kfst Iioute to
St. Louis and CMiicajro
PUK onlr road rntinlns two daily iraini. fnjin air.i
1 cuiklo dtre-t rouui'ctim Hit tai-tvrn lluts
TKAIKK I.IAt K I AlltU.
!:li)p.m.: Kat eipn',arrilti In St .oui7:Vj
i. in.; Chicago :&) a. ni
1:10 p.m. CINCINNATI & I,(riSVlI,I,K
Arrlvln; !n Cincinnati at 7:(i a. in ; l.ujivilli-.
jia. m.; Indtaiiipulin. 4 lj a. ni l'men-r by
th i train arr:vi.-at above pomla
12 TO -M HOUtS IN ADVANC T.
(f mt other route.
. I IV n in Ki SUA. with Ui Ui M ttt'.ai hi d. fur
rO ni". l.Ol IS and ClllCAIiM. arrivme iu M.
UulnattMa.nl.: Chu ajo at 10. lit a at.. Conner l
:uf at odin or Kitiusaoi (or I'iiu innaii. Uuiul:e
FAST U.Mh J-.AM.
l tCCVVP LM by ,h, L'" H'r"nR"
t .VnOlilU r. Il'J ;0 the Kat without any
Ui-iar i:aued by Souday Intervening. The Satur
uy afternoun train from Cairo arrive. In New ork
MouaiyniiirnlDaatiu.il. ininy eu uoum iu u
vmre of auy other runte.
"Advertl-nient of eompethij; liuea that tlo v
mk hitler tlm than thin oue are Uued either
ih rough ignorance or a desire to ini!ead the public.
Kor ibniQKh tlcketii and iiiformation apply at llli
no: CenUal Railroad depot, t alio.
TUAINS AHItlYK ATCAIIto
mpre '''' '
Mail.... '"' '
J VS. ,iwiS(l. (ien I oiuui rn i.
A II. JON KS, Ticket Agent.
(JAIIIO tV: ST. LOl'IS H. U.
II. V. SMITH I '.KS, Keiidvw.
SHOKTKST SHOUT LINK I5ETWKEN
CAIKO AND ST. I.OLIS.
Timo tSt lutlulf:
Throuh Knpre leave Cairo 10 :w a.m.
Through Kvpn arrive at K.St. Iiui.. OWpm.
Through Kxpre leave K. St. I.oula.... H::j.m.
Tarouch Kxpre arrive at Cairo Vi:p.ni.
NurphVKhnroaccoinmouullon leaven airo i.ip.in.
Mii'uhvboro Arc. arrive at Murphyborn 8:.Vp.ni.
jviurphyboni Ace. leave Murjihyboru .. .'i:Vip.m.
MurpDyDoru Arc. arrive at v unu e1-
The Cairo A St. I.oul Rail Koad 1 the only all
Kaillionte between Cairo aud St. Inl under oue
management, therefore there are uo delay ai
, iitiou awaitine connection from other line.
Ctoe and ure connectiou at St. Loni with other
line for North. Kant and ext.
.1. A. NAlKiLK.
t M. JOHNSON,
(JAIUO it VINCENNKS 11. 11.
ii lffTVGTnE SHORTEST ROt
01 MlLriO JhWunsvlllo.
iTAriTPQTHE SHORTKST TO I.Oi IS-
JUliriO VII.LK, CINCINNATI, DAL-
tj 1 If TT TUB SHORTKST TO INDIAN
.i t illl LTjO APoLIS.PHlI.ADEl.riUA.NiiW
YU1U4 AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other route, making thu tame
Iff PaK.enger br other ronte to make connee
lion miiHt ride all' night, waiting from one to lx
hour at -mail country ataliou for train of cou
II V UVTiTHE KACTaud tnUeoiir4:li
Jl vnH I'iill I Fd l g, m. lrin, reaching Kviin
tllle, IndlanapollM, Cincinnati and I,onlvllle aame
day. Train leave and arrive at Cairo aa follow:
Mall leave. 4:4ft a.m.
Mull arrive. W:U0p.m.
Through ticket and check, to all important
K.'aI'mIM.KR ItOSWEM. MILLER.
, (len'l l'a Agent. lieneral Mip't.
L. B. llliyjlClJJengerAjreritJ
DYKINU ASt) KKXOVATINO.
rOt'U Ol.l) CLOTHES
t!k MB MAI:Tin.LIT
DYED OH HHPALKED
" At t Trlfllni Ejiwiw-C, 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. Ill) EIGHTH ST.
Mf Ladle aud Ueuta' old hill uiad. uvw
XKW (ill.N HH01'.
t K. IISCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave.. osposite Seve utli it.
''AIHO, : : : Illinois.
Guns. Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
(IIOKK BOItINC; OS RKKACH LOADING (il'NS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper rati
bun cau be villained at any other )lac In thw city.
WHUI.K.S.UK WINKS AND LIQUORS
.SMYTH it CO.,
W holenle md I'.elall Di aiern iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
-NO. GO OHIO LEVLK.
MIlssKS. SMYTH A CO. tiavetoiiHtantly a larye
flock of the beet gixidii In the market and Live
eiipecial atteutioii to the uok'sale braucli f the
f. M. Stockfletli. FredolinKrois.
Stock flkt n & Buoss5
Safiir to i M. Stockfletli.
l:npi tci M liiul W lioleiiilo dfalfrsin
Foreign and Domestic.
Hliiui . Kelly l:aud. Catawba. California and lm.
ported Port. Nhcrrv, Meunra Wines and Cham
NO. tiJOHIO I.KVKK. CAIKO, IU..
IUMITn AI SIIMI.S.
Mauufaclurcr :id M'-s'.er iu
UOOTaS AND SHOES.
Leather and Findings
Ni- W Commercial Ave.. Ilet. Kil'.h ami S.xta St.
Keep coi)'..i.itly on hand a lirje a-nrluient of
tient :nl l,adi" Itooln ami hlim'x of all ntyU'
and ie, mid of the very !)e.i of ,st Loiiin aud
Ciurinuati liaiid nimie work: xold cheaper thnn
ever before, and hcaper tiiun like pood can be
taiued iu thin city.
AIo. alvva on hind x lar?e "toi k ol Leather aud
K.nduiL'" of all decriptioD. eoij vervcIoe.
XKW MKAT MAKKKT.
Si.-nof th.: Itulalo Head
No hi. Ohio i
K0F.HLF.R KU0S., Proprietors,
.lOH AliKLL. Ajront.
A fall and complete npply of the bet of all
kind meat alwaya uu hand. Order rilled at auy
honr. day ornit'hi
J ACOH WALTEIt.
Dealer in Frosh Meat.
Wtwhitigton and Com
Vv., ad joiuing Ilmiuya.
1 1 RKPS lor .ale the let Beef, Pork. Mutton. Veal,
1 Lamb. Sau.nge. 4c, aud 1 prepared to lrv
funillie in au acceptable manner.
VKOl'KIETOK OF SPKOATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE UY THE CAU LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOK SH1PP1NC.
Car "Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Levee,
LBXANDKK COUNTY HANK, .
Coininerttal Avenue and Eighth Street,
V BltOSS, Prenldent.
P. NKKK, Vlc l'rei!itnl.
II WKI.I.H, Cannier.
T. J. KKKTII, Anlatanl Cannier.
f. Ilnxa. Cairo;
Peter NefT, Cairo;
C, M. Waterloo,
K. lluder. Cairo:
William KhiRe, Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo;
K.I. HilliiiK'Hley, St. I.ouia;
J. Y. C'lemaoD, Caledouia.
A OKNEKAI. BANKING BL'SINKSH HON F.. Kz-
J V cbauro aold and bunsht. Intcreat
SavinxN department. Collection mat
nualueea promptly attended to.
JNTERI'ItlSK SAVINGS HANK,
( bartered March !tl. 18B.
0FVICE IN CITV- KATI0.VAL HANK,
JNTKKKST paid on depoolla March lat and fep.
tember let. lutcrent not withdrawn ia added im
mediately U the principal of the depoail. thereby
pvinx tuem corapouod lntereet.
If Children and married vtomen uiav ilejiuslt
uiuney and no one e lie can draw it.
WALTEIt HVSLOP, Tkkasckkii.
PHK CITY NATIONAL BASK.
W. P. II AI.I.IIIAY, Present.
II. L. II ALM0AY. Vi-Preaideot.
. TAAT TATLOR, V. f. HAU IDA V.
UBMKV I. HA1.I.I1IAY. l:. H. I L NMNOIIAM.
u u. Kiu.uaai.iN. hvphsx a: nu.
H II ( ANilXI
F.xcliaiije, Coin and l uted States Hoiuls
HorGIIT AND bOLD.
Depni; receired and -mral baukiuy baiiioa
C. I I AN NY
S"bulea!eaad K -lai:
Dry Goods and Clothing,
HOOTS AND SHOES.
CAIU'ETS AND OILCLOTHS,
Comuierrial Avenue, I
Comer KiiihUi atreet i
NS CHANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Keuth,
( 1 1 i tAtl t I
yUtTU , capital $10,000,000.
Royal Canadian c
British America Ai0X:.
Mi'lltillii (fire and Marine (Millvllle. N.J.)
U 111 1 11 IV. ( A.set. $t,44X'.!7.frt.
T'vu'aii I (Of Philadelphia; etabllhed In 19M.)
I IUUII 1 AetK, l,lti.00.
TTifimi'iii t vr Dyon. o.v
r 11 email $(Aet. . $110.4-.96
"'..,.,. I (Of Kreetiort, 1 .
VK'l HUlll ( Aet. -,'j,o-7T.33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT KAIK RAi l.s.
Offloe In Alexanilpr County Hank
gADDLEUY AND HAUNESS SHOP.
In Hip old Ludwi A (leervtiirt stain!, iieur I lie
A rub Encllie Iliiito.
IS prepared to do all kind of worts In hi line,
chccply, czicdlcioUlv.uiid in a thiiMii'.'h work
manlike manner, lie Invite imlroimge mid guiir
tatie (.ili;i;tlun lu cu'ry I'artliu'ar.
D n o i s v,
I never ehall
Forget the First Dose.
Dear Sir, I have beeu a great aufWrer from drop
ay. 1 waa conUiied to my houe morn than a year.
Siz month of the time 1 wan entirely lielpleea. 1
wax obllKud to have two men help me in and out of
bed. I aHWollen 111 liichea larger than my natn
ral around my wain. I nuUered all a man
could and live. I tried all remedies for dropny, I
bad thruu ilifrereut diK tore. My friend-uli expect
ed I would die; mauy nlutita I expected to die be
fore morning. At laet Vej-eilne wan aeut to me by
a friend. I never Miall forget Hie urn! doiw. I could
realize It good ettceta from duy to day; I wan let
tlnjr. better. After I had ukuri i-ome 5 or 6 boltlea
I could alcju quite well MlKlttH . I hcn to Baln
now quit fimt. After Uklu ome U n bottle.. I
could walk rrom one part of my room to the other.
My appetite vvu good; the drop had at tlii time
disappeared. 1 kept taklu tho VeKetinc until 1 re
(ruined my uual health. I heard of a (treat many
cure by unlnj; Vejetlne after 1 got out and waxablo
to attend to wy work. I am a carpenter and builder.
I will alro xav It ha cured an aunt of my wife' of
Neuralgia, who had uucrcd for more thai) 'JU year.
She eay hu hai not hud any neuralgia forelpht
month. I have given It to one of my cliildreu for
(''inner Humor. I have no doubt in my mind It.
will cure auy bf.nior; it I a ijivut cli aneer of the
blood; It ia wife to give a child, I will recommend
it to the world. My fill In r i eighty year old, and
he mv there U nothing like it to irlvo etrenirth and
life to nil ancd pervon. I can not he too thankful
for tue ii m of it. 1 am. verv ?rHtfiillv.
Yonr. JOHN S. NOTTAfiB.
All Dii-iaiim n Uloou. If Yeeetlne will relieve
fiain, cleaue, purify, and cure nuch dlaeaae . retor
UK the patient to perfect health after trying differ
ent phjHlciau. many remedle, uud auffirrinu for
yearn, I It not coucluive proof. If yoiiarou aufl'erer.
you can be cured? Whv is thin medicine perforin
lui uch great cure' ft work in the blood, in the
clrrnlallnir Huid. It can truly be called thetireat
Blood Puiiller. The (rreut aouree of dieeaae oriu'in
ate iu the blood; aud uo medicine that doe not
act directly upon It. to purify aud renovate, ha any
Jnt claim upon public atteutlon.
I owe my Health
TO YOUll VALl'ABLK
Apr. fl. I87'J.
Me.. Ii. II. Stk ENa:
Dear Sir: Having suffered from a breaking out of
Caukerou Sore for more than Ave year, caused
by an accident of a fractured bone, which fracture
ran into a running wore, and have ued fverwhing
1 could think of, and nothing helped me until I hail
taken ix bottle of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothecary, recommended very high
ly. The ith bottle cured me, and all I cn'y i.
that I owe my health to your valuable Yegetiue.
Your moil obedient servant.
ALBERT YON KoKDKR.
'It i nnnecenry for me to enumerate the din
ca.ea for which the Ybuktine hould be uw-d. I
know of no di.ea.e which will not admit of it uc
with good remit Almot iununieruhlecuinplalnt
are caused by poUonou .ecretiou In the blood,
whhh can be entirely expeled from the ytcin by
theu.eof the Ykoktink. Vt'hen the blood in p.r
fectly cleaned, thediene rapidly yield : ailpuin
ceae; healthy action I promptly' restored, aud the
patient i cured."
Cured me when the
Cincinn ati, O., Apr. 10, 1S77.
Mil. H. Ii. Stlvsn:
Dear Sir: I vva aerlotiah- troubled with Kidnev
Complaint for a long time. I have consulted the
bet doctor ia tbi. city. I have ned yourYr.nK
tink forthi ai-eaee, aud It hu cured me vvheu the
doctor failed to do no.
Your truly. ERNEST Dl'IilOAN.
Residence. (WI Huce Street;
Place of buslne., MTIi Cent. Ave.
li. STEVENS, HOSTON. MASS.
Vegetine is Sold liy all Driiffsrists,
JEW! lllSXLK. N. It TlllKTLKWOOI). .1. II Mooi:k
IT INKLE, TllISTLEWOOI)
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse
No.. Vli and li7 Commercial Aveuue.
C'AUiO, 1 1.1 ..
l"iyl.iberal Advaucementi made ou Couaiau
rneut of Tobacce, Klour. aud drain.
lfAg nt for Gear, Scott A Co. Ihre-hing ma
chine, iiortahlv aw mill and threshing engine.
Agent forCbuiuplon harvesting uiacliiuu, mower
and reupara .
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
j Egyptian FlouringMills
HL'liest Cash Price Taid for Wheat.
CARPENTER AND CON Tit ACTOR.
JOHN A. lOOK,
Cakpkxtkii and Contkactok,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
llielweeii Wii.hlnglou and Walnut.)
Estimates on hulldiiiiis, ou louses by tiro
or otliorwlse made on short notice.
I 1.1. work lntrttti to hi m will wplve prompt
.A atteiutnu. and will be execiited Iu a al .lactory
For the ( alio Bulletin
an. x. m.
Earth is filled with rare creation
Of the. poef wondrou. art,
Drawn from burning inspiration
In her yiu pathetic heart;
Kor the aplritof hi genln
Dwell in ever rock aud hill -Ruain
In ficeilmn throngh the forest.
0uff from every laughlnj; rill
Earth llsclf ' a wondron poem,
Pull ol meanureii, atrong aud aweet.
I'rom the royal tar above a,
To the daiie. ,ueath our feet;
Trared in line of living splendor.
Ou the universal scroll,
fly the kingly poet master
(iod, the great wise over aoiil .
All the unlvcme I heaving.
With the grand po"tic Are.
In it. evolutions weuving.
Line exquisite, (or the lyre;
tine grand, aweet majeHtlc poem,
Prom the alalely marching ihere
Through each form of life aud being.
To the thinking luiud appear.
Bat of all theu grand rreatlno.
Humun life iraret beet,
Forming oue grand Innpiration
At our Ood's divine behest
One eternal, rythmic poem.
Kul! of melody :iblime.
Ringing down the past of a?e.
Rolling on through endless time
Every life' ii wundrou poem:
Some nre fierce and dark and wild.
Like the surging of the tempest.
Some are marked with ad complaining..
Or lament for what i paed;
Other, nge like norm iu winter.
With the furious, "tinging blast.
Some live are exquisite poem -
Sweet and tender, like the bloom
Of some fragrant, wayside flower.
Pleasing with its glad perfume
Some one tad -o ad with longing -
Plaintive, llke.ome under toue,
Running through a woman's singing.
With a fweetua. of it own.
Some live are ao t'land and gloriou
That they act our iouU astir
With their aoble, loftly, bearing.
That no shadow can deter;
They are grand majestic poem.
Kit to lead the royal van.
Marching onward through the a-.
Of tiod'a universal plan.
All the, poem, shall be rounded
lino one glad ong of prte,
When the achool of life ha altered
And perfected all otir ways,
Then one glorious, ringing lyric
Shall ascend to God above,
With ita under tone, of aweetne.
And ita melody of love.
Cuno. III., April S). 187U.
Kor The C'airo ltulletiu.
THE OAKDKN CITY CARNIVAL OF AUTHORS
A URIUt.lANT OCCASION MAOSIKK KNT
APPIUNTMKNTS KNRAITL'RINO M'ECTA
Cl.ES AND THANSKOHM ATKISS ltl-X'KJTION
TO THE SOCIAL "KiKNCB MKMBKHS, KTC.
Ciiicaoo. Ill, April 18, 1879.
I was not fortunate t'uniijfli to renclt
Ciiirite-o in time for tlic ('icuiiiif of tin
great Carnival of Authors on Tuesilay
evening, ami so cannot give you an account
of the wonilcrful ami lirilhnnt effects of the
initial evening of tliis gigantic enterprise;
nor tell, except ly hearsay, of the multitude
of people kn costl'.mk atul otherwise, that
surged like the waves of the sea through
the great building for many hours, amid
the beautiful and artistic booths of various
t'ftsigns, that carry one back to thu
days of '7G und the Centennial. This Car
nival, so unkitie and instructive, seems like
the Centennial on a small scale, in many
respects, and uue feels us if borne
back on the wings of time, and
looking at a section of the never-to-be-for
gotten "Main Building," when passing such
excellent reminders as Egypt or the Turk
ish Bazaar. The booths of the Carnival
have one great ml vantage over those of the
Centennial; they do not contain the treas
ures of that vast treasure-house, but they
tlo hold living pictures that are well worth
careful study, and will prove admirable
aids to the freshening of the memory, in
the paths of literature, and the retracing of
one's steps through the Elysinn fields of
poetry and romance.
Chicago is a city of great achievements
and Chicago women are a power in litera
ture, tut find science that would do credit
to any city in the land. I feel n spirit of
pride in my beloved statu
ami a stronger ii fleet ion than ever
fur this gieat metropolis of the west, the
stir and buoyant life of which is such an
inspiration to me, as I looked upon the gay
scene, the scores of beautiful women, ele
gantly iiparalled, nnd faintly realized how
vast thu labor which they have perform
ed in preparation, a id how arduous tho
work whikh lie i b'tlure them for the next
two weeks Tho nanciid success ot tho
carnival is insured, as the receipts, for tho
first evening wens sufficient to cover the ex
penses of t'..e entire season, and It is esti
mated that ten thousand people were in at
tendance. I do not propose to describe
the carnival; the daily papers can
and are doing that. I shall not
attempt to give you tho Ltintest
hint of the wonders and magnifleienee of
the eiiven of Aladdin and tho Count of
Monte CUrlsto, the cool depths of "Under
the Sea," or the mac and nzuro heiglits of
.Mount Olympus, with the accompanying
genii and magicians, the bewitching sea
nymphs and lovely goddesses, I cannot
pause before tlio tiniy turrets of Blarney
Castle nor tho graceful rireheu of th Al
hiimbra, even to give you one tantalizing
gliinp.se of the lovliest flower maiden- 1
fairest Senoritns ever seen, who would
tempt us to tarry too long, while the mag
nificent costumes in tho Shakesperc booth
where the glory of erinined kings, and glit
tering kuights, the fair Queen of Scots, the
melancholy Dane, and woes of Lear make
one regret that time does not last forever.
When that Scylla is passed and you fall Into
the Charybdis of the Baronial hall and
your bark is stranded umid the peaks of
Peveril oud Kenihvorth and old Scotia'a
rocky shores how can you leave evea for
tho temptation of the Vienna Bakery wuere
the quaint Gretchens vie with their charm
ing Swiss neighbors over the way in prof
fering refreshments for the body, aa a rest
from the prabulum of the mind, were it not
for the war-whoops sounding iu close and
bloody nearness, Close by among their
lodges are the most genuine Indiana evur
seen, iu all the glory of puint and feathew,
and the sight of weapons and sound f
musical (i) whoops impel us to hasten, to
the other side (passing the inimenje
stage, where at intervals gorgeous ta
bleaux are giren to admiring crowds,)
to rest our aching eyes upon the lovely vale
of Cashmere, and then taking a hasty peep
at Vanity fair, prancing on without Iwfore
antomy and Cleopatra, and acknowledging
the genius of Goethe, Goldsmith and Ilago,
and the taithfulness of representation nf our
Quaker poet's Winter Idyl, passing without
mention a dozen lively, quaint, or lovely
scenes, we love ourselves in contemplation
of the immortals that seem to have stepped
bodily forth from the pages of Boz. Little
Nell, Miss Flitc, the fat boy, Mrs. vSqaeers
and her wooden spoon, poor Smike, the
young uiuu by the name of Guppy how
can I leave them unsaid and unsung? How
did I leave them, even when midnight had
almost dwancd upon the sky and they
had vanished like a dream to reappear
again peopling the visions of the night, in
fantastic revelry. As I look forward with
interest to another visit, I can but think
what an impetus this Carnival will give
throughout the state to literary culture.
Who can go there and look upon the min
ute and carefully arranged details without
realizing something of the study, labor and
research necessary to produce such excellent
representations and who can go away with
out mentally resolving to review forgotten
lessons and plunge anew, more deeply and
thoroughly into the stream which is like.
the fabled fountain of de Leon. But enough
of the Carnival. Another treat wm
the pleasure I enjoyed, on Thursday after
noon in attending a very elegant reception
given on the West side to the Social Science,
association by Mrs. W. O. Carpenter at her
handsome home, 120 Park avenue. The
reception lasted from three to six o'clock,
and was attended by over one hundred la
dies and gentlemen, lawyers, artists, doc
tors, literary people and others, aud was a
delightful entertainment. Mrs. Carpenter,
the vice-president of the second congres
sional district, is a lady of rare ability aaJ
great culture, and her efforts for the asso
ciation have been untiring from its (incep
tion, and tho numbers in attendance and
evident enjoyment of her guests testified to
their appreciation ot her labor, und de
served popularity. The exercises were full of
interest, being several fine vocal and instru
mental solos and recitations, admirably rea
dered, by Mrs. Kuoeh Knot, Mrs. Laura C.
Dainty and Miss Flemniing, all fine elocu
tionists. Several of the ladiesjircacnt were
from outside of Chicago, among them being
Mrs. B. M. Prince of Blooniington, Chair
main ot the Committee ou Philanthropy ;
Mrs. K. C. Smith of Joliet, Vice-President
of the Oth Congressional District, the writer
hereof, from the 18th District; Mrs. Ab
ner Kirhy, and Mrs. Kempton of Milwau
kee, Mrs. T.J. Humphrey of Oak Park,
und others. Among the prominent Chicago
ladies present, were Mrs. Arthur L. Smith,
Mrs. It. II. Handy, Mrs. Itob't Hill,
Mrs.' A. A. Carpenter, Mrs. C. R. Sherman,
Miss M. P. Perry, Sibelia Baker and other.
Some of tho costumei were very elegant,
und the flowers, refreshments, etc., sot to
be excelled. The opportunity givea tha
ladies for social intercour.it! was keenly ea-
joyed, and leave taking delayed a long a
possible. An assemblage of more beauti
ful and highly cultivated women, will not;
often be met with, and if Social Science
can command the interest und aorvicoa of
such ladies, it cannot fail to become a
mighty power iu the bud. I. L. C.
A splendid breakfast on tho tablo aur
rounded with a family of coughs. They
used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and that fam
ily uow keeps it on hand always, and rec
ommends it, only costs 25 cents a bottle.
Larok stock of Ladies' and Children's
boots nnd shoes, very cheap, at C. llannj's.
A Card. To all who urc sutTering fnm
the emirs and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weukiu'ss, early decay, loss of man
hood, ic, I will cnd a m-ipc that will turn
you, niKK ok ciiAKou. This great reined
was discovered by a ntisnionury in SjuJi
America. Send a sclf-addrcsed envelope tw
the Itev.JptLrU T. Lnmax, Station U. Hew
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