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DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN.
n i II ihj
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 2s. 1080.
of the ii-adlng buslncsi bouse, whoso advertise
ments may be found In Tim Hum.etim .
C. O, Fatier i Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
;. I). Wllllamon Sc Co.
Yoruin 4 Brodoick, Wash. Ave., for. El)lith.
Dennis S. O'l.ouijblltl. l'o)lar. cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. Jl.Marean; office, HO Commercial aveuu.
Dr. '. Ji-''l,vn. Elehth near Commercial .
Dr E W. Whltlock, 1 Commercial avenue.
Hoht Smyth, No. tjO Otilo levee
II. II Candee. No. VuOhlo levee Oii Mairsj.
Eiiuitalile I.lfe, of New York, corner Twelfth aud
Widow ami Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Cotumr:lal avenue.
DP.fc'iiJISTS-WIIOLESAI.E AND RETAIL.
tn'0. E. O'Hara. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hank, bth and Commercial
Ity National, Ohio levee.
Cbanviuu. Three Stati-s.
John sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
Ii RACKET STOKE.
K C rurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
i ESEKAL DEUVEKY open i :J a m.; dose.
VI t: vi p m. ; Sunday : to '.) a m.
Moiey Order Department open at 8 a.m.; close.
"''nir'oi'i'ii F.Tnress Mall, via Illinois Ci-titral and
t M--ippi Ce.'.ut Rail"!i'lrli)H' at p. m.
t ain, and l'o'.ar lil'irt Throutch and Way Mall
e: f i i: y in , ,.
Vav Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and in
ei'UU :- and Mi'f.Kppi Central liai. roads close at
S( l'i p. in
Way Ua". fur Narrow (in ig Railroad cwci at 6
Cairo and Evansvtlle River Route timet at ;30
t. ui. (iatiy textept Friday)
Miwr-N' II Tuis:wood.
Treasurer Edward Decoula.
'l. rk-D-tini J. Folcv.
Coato'dor -Win. I! ubvrt.
Urhal J '. I.allu".
BuAHU or 11 I'EKlIf
F'.rf. Wr l-M. .1. Uowley
h-cot-d Ward-David T. Llneetr C. 1. Wood
ward ., , .. ...
Ttilrd Ward-W. p. Wrlcht. lithert Smith.
Fuirth Ward-Chari's o. I'atier, James KyriaMon
F'.l'h Ward-T. W. llallidsy, Ernest DJ'ettit.
circuit .Tmi- 1- J- Haker.
Circuit l'l'tki-J A P.-vcs.
I'outty J'i L"-15 S. Vwi.i.
oun'v Clrrk-s. J ll'imm
County Altorn.y-W C. Vilki-y
County Treasurer Mile. . Park' r
(oroc-r-P K:ti.-ra,r. ,
Countv Cotutiiiourf i. " IUi.. ')'. J A
II UiMj'i", Sam-.i' 1 Bniey.
AFRICAN M. E - Fi urtei'ntli street, between
Walnut and Cedar struts: services fahhath 11
a. in. aid 7 :'' Ji. in ; Sunday cli.iol p. m
CMIPP'TIAN -Eighteenth Hree'; m.ftin? Sab
; bail) lu.iop. in ; prvach'.ni; ixtaflur-aliy.
CMIURHI .-' THE KEDF. EM KR (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth ureei; Sunday Morninu prayern
1U-W f.. m.; evenln- uravt-ra. 7:i p. m.: Sunday
tc!'ol: a. ui. Fliday evetiici. prayer T;: p. tu.
1"!RT MISSIONARY BAIT 1ST ( HCRCH -'
Prfwlilna at Id 'a. m.. :i p . tn .and 7:i p. in.
hi!.)pui n hool at 7;:i p. In. Rev. T. J Shoren,
IVTIIERAN-Thirt-nth .Teet; a.-rviei Sah
J bath 1: a. in ; Sunday Kbooljp in. Rev
METHODIST --Cor. EU-hth nn I Walnut nreet;
Prmchlne Sabbath B):' a. m. and 7 p.m.;
tifavi-r ineellUL'. Wedm-fday 7:V) p. in ; Sunday
bch'ool. 'J a. ui. Iie. W hlttaker. pactor
IJRESBYTEKIAN Elchtb atrert; preachlnc nn
Sabbath at :::i a m. and 7:lop. in ; prayer
meetiuz Wednedav 7:lp. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. Hi. Rev. B Y. lieortfe. pa-tor.
CKCOND FREE WILL 11AITIST - Fifte.'Hh
Kreet, betwe. n Waltiut and Cedar ctreeti-; e
viced atttiutli ut H and 7:;)o p. in.
CT. .!usEPirs-- Roman C:lio!lei Comer Cne-
and Walnut i"r.et-; ferwee- sabliath lH;:)Ou.
ni.; Sunday N-hool at -i p. in.; Yc-pern -i p. ui.; eer
ic every dny a; S p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S . Rnmiin Ci'.tho'.ri('oriier Niml:
treet and Wa-hinirtmi avenue; ervi(e ah
baiii t and bl a. in.; Vesper" -i p. in. ; Sunday School
2 p. in ; Pervke- every day ut b p. m. Rev. 1'. Zabvl,
i". or fo
Obtained for new ltivenlloni. or for Improvement
tn old euen; lor medical or other compound, traile
tnark aud labels. Caveati", Avfii;timvtil. Inter
ferencec Appealu, SultK fur Infrlnemeutu, mid
all caic arialim under the Patent I.aw. prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
tJTO TWTIn h',l"i Patent Ollleo mnyHtlll.
JlfVJ lA; 1 Tj 1 ' in nuwt CHe, be patented by
U. Beini? opposite the I'. S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent bnlnef excliilvely. we can
make closer aearcheK, mid ecnre Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe who
are remoV from Washington.
1 VA'L,Yrn 'end u a model or nketcli ol
Ji V l!iiN lUJlOyour devlee; we make ex
amination and ftdvle u to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence ntrletly conftdeiitbil.
Price low, and no charge utile Patent l ecurd.
We refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
(leaeral D. M. Key. Rev. F. D.Power The (iertnan
American National Hank, to official In the I'. S.
Patent Oflke, nnd to Senator and Itepreeutatlve
In Congress; and especially to onr clients In every
blatu In the Union and in Canada. Addrcu
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite l'aitiut Office. Washington D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hirhest Cash Price Tald for Wlieat.
NEW SERIES NO. 2G3.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
ywtrW ijju-uf w-
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlie Only Line Runiiin? Two Daily
TraiiH From Cairo. Makinyr DI
RECT CONNECTION' with
Tkains I.eavr C'Aino:
Arriving In St. I.onls ti ir a.m.; Chicago. f)::) p.m.:
Connecting at odin nnd Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, ludiuiiapolia aud point East.
1 1 :r a.m. Ht. IouIh ami Wi-ntcrn
Connecting at St. l.ouU for all point West.
M:ii p.m. J-'ast PIxprfBH.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:1.1 p m., and Chicago 7:iia in.
M j in. ( 'iiK innnti p:xpr'.
Arrivin.- at Cincinnati 7 :iri a.m.; Louisville 7:J)
am.; IndiaiiapolN 4:iM a.m. I'asietiger tv
this train reach the above points 1 Ui to M'J
ilOl'RS In advance of any other route.
l-'ast 'l'i mo Kast.
I'KsCliei'lV ,,v tl'i!' lilie go through to East.
I u.t-i. ijm 3 lTn j,omte without any delay
Cbted liv Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive- in new York Mondav
morning at 10: tl Thirty -six hours in advance of
any other route.
ttfVur through ticket and further information,
apply at Illiii'ils Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
rSpn-. Ml p in.
Accommodation .'!: p in.
J'ail 1:10 a.m.
.(As. .li.HNsoN. .1. II. .(ONES.
i-. n s,,ut,ern Agent. Ticket Agent.
W p. JOIINsvN.Oeu. PaPn nger Agent.
(jAlliO ST. LOUIS K. It.
II. W. WMlTIIKItS, Hocoivcr.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leave Cairo 8:11 a.m.
Through Expre-s arrives at E. St . Louis.. Vuip.m.
Through Exprv-s leaves E. St. Louis.... l:iia.m.
Through Express arrive- at Cairo Vlnp ni.
MurpliysijiiroaccomniouationleavesCairo 1 -M p.m.
Vu'physboro Acc. arrives at Murphysboro 7 p.m.
Murphysluiro Arc. leave Murphy-tioru .. Vo"a.m.
Murphvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11: a.m.
The Cairo A St I.ouls Pail Road I- the only all
Rail Route lictween Cairo and St. Lotil under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
w ay station awaiting connection from other lines.
I'lose and sure coi.uecthms at St . Louis with other
line for North, East and West
IS YOLTl BLOOD PURE!
Vnw Ihia Im nn lm,if,.t.,il n,...j.t.. ... .!., .
)'" H14' "iiuu, lur wiiuout
imreand wholesome blood there can ba no pur
tuct health, and without
r.. i. ... i ...
I , i .r o in, -re uuriieu aim waste, ror Impure
blood the beat medicine known la
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It iii the great SoutlHrn time tried and true rt.-m-
j i hiiu it. wj uv iiujftiuuij ruiieu oil,
WUEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In thA Mfirlnr. a I.,,..
lliure secre Ion of the blood incident to that
easouor the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
Kor Cancer Scrofula, Mver Complaint. Weak-
-aud ill that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRA.N & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK". '
dlclne. not a drink,)
HOPS, EVCJIL', MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Rest Medical Oualitk-s of
all other Hitters.
Alldisease. of ths Stomith. P.ovvels. Wood,
Liver. Kidney, uud I'ulnarv Orgniis, Nervous
ness. Sleeplessness aud especially Eeinale Com
pls'Lls. tKKHlX (,OLD
Will he paid for aca-ethev will not cure or help
or lor anything immiie or In:
Ask your Iiruggl-t lor Hop IlilteM and try
theui belore you flitp. ialiL. u0 other.
IInI'CotoM Ci nri is the sweetest. safet ami
best. Ask Children.
The IlnrP.ui for Stomach. Llwr and KldifVy.
Is superior to all oth-.-rs. Ask Druggists.
I) I. ('. Is an ahsotute ami ii-r. ii-t.1., ,.... r...
drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco aud nar
cotics. Send fur circular.
Ail ahovc sold by ilru.'gl-ts.
Hup Hitters Manufacturing Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
J A NAC'iLH.
I.. M. JOHNSON.
i .i . a a a .
OHIO MISSISSII'Pl It'v.
Urn -vrviKur-vir u
TIME TAIII.E K PA-I.Mii.U TRAINS KltuM
vim i;n.m (Nov. .'iO, IsT'J.j
No. i li.iy Espre i Except un !ayi
" i Nii;tit Expre-- tliuilvi'
No 1 Express i Except Mmday)
" 1 I'llV Epre- I KiCepi Mi!ld:iVI...
Niiht Express (Oiillvi .'.
J. R. Ci.otK. C. S. Cor.. .It! .
Anent Yinreiinc . (leu . Ticket Agt Cincinnati
. 1 : 40 p. m.
. 1 : '!". p. ui.
. . CSil a. in.
. g:M' p. m.
. i ::; u. tu.
TOSocHsiA YEAR, or 1 to
our own locality
Minu-ti riii it. u 11
Many make morn
nlmei. V n ...u f..i ...
lnu ,OM ly
Mul'ii innn., f .j. 1 n.. J .
...... mui.. j i.'. nu, em- ibu uu III,' wnrit, 1011
can make from .Vic to J an hour bv (levoting yonr
evening" aud spare time to the business. It cost
ftotbiliLT ti trr tin. l,i,Mlt,..M V... i.l.. t.-i... i.
iiioney making everotleri-d befure. Husiness pleas
ar.i aud strictly houorabl.-. Reader, il you want to
know all about t lie- best paying buslne before the
ntlblir. send tiM vnns ni4,lr..Ud u,..l u... ..in i
. ... .... ... . ..... u .... r i.u,. ..V V.liFL-IU Villi
full particular and private terms free;sample
worth J1 also free; you cau then make up vour
mind forvour-elf. Addreas UEOROE STINSON
ii O. Portland. Maine
gT. LOUIS, I. M. ifc S. It'v.
C'iiiro Tiiiic 'l'iiblc
Texa Express Dally 2:11 p. m
Connect- ut churli-sinu fur (. dluiiibu-,
Texa- Express Daily; 3::;ia. g
AceumiiHidatioii iDuilv ". : V ; i . ..
Ultlce aud Pa-seuger In put No. M iliio Levee. tm
J. C. ZIMMER. Ageu
D. Axtki.i., Divi-loii Simerinteiideut .
(jAIRO CITY FEliltY CO.
On and vfter Monday, .tune Ui, the boat will make
the following trips; '
I.KAVKft I.EAVK I.KAVE
Foot Fourth t Missouri LaniVK. Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. m.
10 a. m.
2 p. tn.
1 i. in.
K:'l0 a. ni.
o::ii a. m.
J::lo p. m.
4 : :ttt p.m.
M a. m.
11 a, tii.
f p. m.
3 p. in
Iliiniiiui'g Ainerieitn Packet I'umimn.v'n
"Weekly Line of Steamships!
Leaving New York every Thursday nt 4 P. M.
KOR ENGLAND, EIIANcE AM) (lEKMANY.
Tickets to nnd from Europe at lowest rate. Kor
passage ripply to C. II. RICHARD .V CO., Octicral
Passenger Agents, til lli-oadway, New Y'ork, or tu
II. WELLS. Cairo, Ills.
a gas! el'
lli?lipst M.-(ialat Vienna A IMiiladc Iiihia
E. & II. T. AXTK0XV & CO.,
;"!1 Bfoadwny, New York.
Mani;factiirer-. Importer uud
Velvet Frames, Albums, Graiilioscones.
StereoM-niiis and Viuws. Eniriav
iuirs. riiromos. rimtosraiihs,
And Kindred (ioods-Celebrities. Actre-scs. Etc.
Photcraphic Materials !
We are Ueaditi.irter for Everything
1h the way uf
aStereopt icons, Millie Lanterns
Each style belli;; the best uf Its class
in the market.
Ileautiful Photographic Transparencies (if Statu
ary ami Engraving fur the window.
Convex glas, Manufacturers of Velvet Primes
for Miniatures and Convex Ulass Pictures.
Catalogue of Lantern and Slides, w ith direc
tion lor using, sent on receipt of ten cents. ;l nio-
I'LVCKSMI 111 AND WAdONMAKKR.
"J J A WEEK in your own town, and tio
I. 1" capital risked. Yon cau g.ve the
111 inuslne. a trial without exnetise
f v'l'he best opportunity ever offered for
inose wiuiug to worn, lou should
trv IiOihuiL' else till vmi see fur vour
If what joti can do at the business ,e offer. No
I'Wta to explain here. You can devo.o all v;ir
time or only your spare time to the bii.itness. 'and
muki) great pay for wry hour that von work
Women ttinke us much a men. Send for special
private term and particular, which wo mall tree.
J.I out tit free. Don't complain of hard times while
you have such a chance. Addrosa II. 1IALLETT A
CO., Portland, Muiue.
Ifyiitt would n train health ami strength, without
the use of drugs, try lleueir Improved Electric
Sponge licit, which we will send on trial. Agents
wanted. Addre W. C. REACH. St. Johns. Mich.
"Arm and Hammer Uraml."
Bi-Carl) Soda i Saleratus
Wlileh is tlie saine tliiiiff.
AUS0LITELY A CHEMICALLY 1'1'RE!
Impure III l arb Sodn or Saleralti(whlch I the
smetlilngilofa allghllv dirtv whlto color. It
may nppsar while, examined by tef, but a CtiM
PAIflSON WITH ( III RCH ' t (r8 ' "Arm a d
Htimmer" llrand will show thcillfferiiiice ,
...S.,'i.l,li,,!.y"ur t,;a,l,l'l!lll '""I ll'iklnu Soda I white
and PI. I h. a hotild be nil .imilar substance
used for liiud.
HoitHekeeper who prefer bread made with vnasl,
will Iniprovu It tiinllfy,maUi' It rlu better and pre
vetil It iiom muring, by adding one-halt teaspoon,
fill ol ( lllireb .V" I'll.'. Sin In iir Mi... - ......
------------- --- ..Mi.-iiamn, mi pun-
and not itsu too much milk, Tim use of this In nrc,.
.-. mutiny imnuiTi uve iweuty l ine. II.
See one nnnnd Miirburrji fm. ...1nBv.i.. i..r n..H
- -' --.,. .v, .uiuniiv in uriiiaiiuu
and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUlt GK0CEII.
qIIE POWER OF AURESTISt; DISEASES
I lll.lll.i.ail 1...II.I. . .1 i . .
-irr .jni ) mi- in-iaraiioa is nonoraniy uc-
knOWledLflllt lV tlw. M..llnal v.. i . .. u
Don when: it ha. been introduced; and the largo
tale la the best cuarautee of the estimation Tn
which 11 1 held by tho public. Thl Syrup will
- ,f, '"M11""'" m tw urn mm puc-
ond jtujH-wi trivc(nvHiri.. rand pnloi -.p lfvu
lliull.ir.l flu' ...... ...!. t, . ... ...
...v ....... lis,, nn isiuuia.i)roiicuiii.i,arvngitis,
and Coughs. It will cure all dlm-te. originating
from want uf muscular action and nervous, force
FELLOW'S COMI'Or.M) SYRUP OF
In lllseHSea nC tliu T nftrau ilia 1...
siuhuiui i jii-riiiiiu-u
to refer tu the Medical Gentlemen of St. John N'.
u , vvuoso eitiatures are attached hereto.
WILLIAM ItAYACD. MD
EDWIN BAYARD. M 1)
THOMAS WALKER. M D
JOHN BERRY MAN, M D Ed
DR JOHNSTONE, t. ii csEi)
;eoR(ie keator. m d
W II IIAIIDINi;. m uca
J D WHITE. M D
T W CARR1TT, 11 D
f Atti.iv Aru-ifin V.n...r .v... i... t,.i
, ..i.,,i,n H, L- cnir ui ."II. UOUU,
in the Provluce of New Hrnnsvvick.having examined
me piguauires auatciiea to tue roregoluu permit of
reference, herehv certli' ilmt I ...ii..e- th, ,n
genuine. I cau a'lso testify to the high theraoeutiral
value of p.-Uuw's Compound Syrup nf llvpophos
plilte. and consider it deserviuj; of attention by
the prob-ss'on generally.
O In testimony wln-reof. I have horeun-
(r.-at toet my haad and affixed my Seal of
! Seal Mayora'.lty.at theCitvof St. John, this
V wylrll, il-v 'l.. L n-
..uiuui, iu mi; H-nr in iiur
Lord one thousaud eight huudred aud'ixty.eight.
oia hy all DruLru:i:ts.
PnVSICIAXS. CLERGYMEN AXD THE
Ar I' LIC1ED EVERYWHERE.
THE (tHEATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CURE SICK 1IEADACI1
CURE FEVER and Agu
CURE DILKH s CjLIC
CURE TORPID LIVEI
tip Tl-M liua annAAn
.... . v . . i.ur nail-en-
A In criinlitnini tn th......
idils the heretofore an-
agonistic, niialltu of a
trelilneli n,f Piirutie..
aim a-l'itrirviug Tonic.
!'Ct is to increimi the uti.
, - -
petite py causing the
ioou to properly ussiml.
ate. 1 hits the"sv;em is
nourished, aud by their
ouio action on tile Ulges
;lve organ, regular aud
lealthv evacuitriiind .m
Tin" ranlditr with
khich tho tierson take
n ne-ii while uuner the
inrtuetice of these pills,
indicate their adanta-
lility tonovrish thehixl
. hence their efficacy in
urini? nervnus rielifllte
.vasttnir of the' miMcleii
plugglshness of the liver.
hrolilc consl! oat inn. ami
mpartlng health and
treliLrtli to th, avtrtin
M Mttrrar Street,
SOP. GOUT i
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured t iily under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaruii'eed. Now exclusively used by nil celebra
ted Physician of Europe mid America, becoming a
Staple," Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. The highest Medical Academy of
Part re.ort. m cure out of loo cases within 'three
days. Secret The only dl-solverof the poisonous
Uric Acid which exlsts'lti the Ulood of Rheumatic
and liotity Patient. (1 a box; ii boxes for $:.
Sent to any addres on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold bv all Druggist Addre.
WAS1IBUKN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot Sl'J Urottdway, N, X.
ForHaleby IIARCLAY BROS., aud Druggist
AT T TTATTCiTJ
J. T. WARDEN' A' CO.
(U CO W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and entitled Fruit aud
Vogetuble. Canned, dried and salt Flab.. Pick
les, Sauce,, Oil. and Coudltnei.t. Soup
.tuffs, Unkind Powiiers. gronml ami
whole. Spice. Toilet ami I.auudrv
Soap, Seed, Jellle, Preserve.
Fancy Oroccrle and C.ro
Stock unimrulloied iu the West.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, April 27, 10 a. m.
Wheat May, il June, 1 10,'4';
Pork Slay, $0 03; Juno, 10 20.
Oats -May, 29 ; June, SSg . '
Corn-May, 3(J?U'; June, 3Ci,''.
Liverpool, April 27, 2 p. m.
Wheut Iicavy, AVintcr, 0s 10.1;
103 7d; Spring, 03 oMQlOs Id;
California average, 9iMi 3d; Califor
nia Club, 10a10s Cd. Com is lOd.
Breadstuffs market heavy California,
average, Da 8J10s Sd; California
chili, 10s 3d10sSd. Corn-SscSSs 2jd.
o chsuues as vet.
NEW YORK GRAIN'.
New York, April 27, 12:03 p.m.-
Wheat irregular No. 2 Red Winter,
1 'm& ! Red Winter. 1 2.l 20; No. 2
Amber, nominal; Chicago, 241 20;
No. 2 Milwaukee fl 20e2ijl 2S.
Corn quiet No. 2, 52j-.
A STORY OF LISZT AND CHOPIN.
From the Whitehall Review.
An anecdote which has never before been
in print, but which was told me by one pre
sent, comes to my memory. It was at Na
haut, aud in the early spring, when the'
evenings are just smiling into twilight.
Liszt and Chopin, among many other cele
brities, were guests at the hospitable house
of the author of "Valvedre;" and it was the
custom after dinner for every o.io to listen
for a few minutes to some inspiration ol
Li?zt or Chopin, played in the dark. One
morning a discussion arose between the two
giants as to which was the greater. Liszt
made good his claims to immortality with
great eloquence; and after he had done
Chopin simply remarked, "Of course you
are a great man, but I am still greater than
you, for I can imitate your finest inspir
ation perfectly, whereas I defy you to imi
tate me." Liszt openly avowed that he
could not imitate the great "Frederic," but
at the same time offered to bet that he him
self could not be imitated, as his current of
thought changed from day to day, and he
expressed himself on the piano according to
the inspiration of the moment. Chopin
took the bet, nobody being present but the
two rrreat men and rav friend.
The following evening, after dinner,
CveiV one. as was the custom snr in ailnnxn
in the music room waiting for the two
great musicians to play. Suddenly a
grand theme began, brilliant but pathetic;
passion in the bass, and a fervent response
in the treble: and then a ornnil (Liminnnt
that stillod nnd
glorious flight of melody that seemed to
asic tor pardon, and then die away in regret.
"Bravo, Liszt." every one cried; "how you
give yourself in your music! That is one
of your finest inspirations! Who could mis
take it?"' Poor Liszt came trembling up to
Georges Sand, and said, "Madame, it is
not I: it is Chonin nlnvimrf Ho mint h a
god!"' If these lines meet the eyes of the
111 . Tl ...i. 1 '.f -. - .
aiiiic L,is.r. ne win endorse every word of
this anecdote, which is interest; nnr find val.
liable, as showing tho wide gulfthat sep
arates talent, no matter of what high order,
from pure genius.
ItEPOHTS OF AN KXOIM'B OF STA11VINU FAM
ILIES FROM WKSTKItX KANSAS.
Special to the Kansas City Times.
Hays City, April 22. Every indication
points to the belief that if there is not rain
in the next two weeks there will not be one
thousand people in the followinr counties
of western Kansas, to wit: Ness, Hodgman,
luie, lrego, oove, Wallace, Sheridan and
Graham. What little winter wheat that
was sown is dead. The ground being so
Iry, prevents corn planting. The register
of the United States land otlice at Wa-
keeney has informed me ho is in receipt of
at least twenty letters each mail, daily,
from the sctlers of the above counties ask
ing permission to
LEAVE TIIEIH CLAIMS,
as starvation is staring them in the face.
The people in some of those counties are
living on corn meal and wheat bran, and
iu some intiinees, chop feed. Single men
in those counties have almost all left for
Colmado nnd the western counties. Men
having families have disposed of what little
stock they had, and in tact, their only team,
to buy bread for their little ones. But
few of tin.' above being organized counties,
there is hence no taxes or poor fund to as
sist the poor. 1 he people are flocking in
t the towns along the railroads iu large
numiiers, maKing tlielr gntvanees known
and asking for food. In many instances
they say if not helped they will have to
The foundation of every good govern
ment is the family. Tho best and moat
prosperous country is that which has the
greatest number of happy firesides. The
holiest institution among men is marriage.
It has taken the race countless ages to
come up to the condition of marriage.
Without it thero would be no civilization
no human advancement, no life worth liv
ing. Life is a failure to any woman who
has not secured tho love and adoration of
some grand and magnificent man. Life in
a mockery to any man, no matter whether
lie be mendicant or monarch, who lias not
won thy heart of somo worthy woman.
Without lovo and marriage, all the price
less joys of his life would be s.sashc8 on
the lips of the children of men.
"You had better be the emperor of ono
loving aud tender heart, and sho the em
press of yours, than to bo tho king of the
world. The man who has really won the
lovo of ono good woman in this world, it
matters not though he die in the ditch a
beggar, his life ha? been a Buccess."
There is a heathen book which says:
"Man is strength, woman is beauty; man is
courage, woman is love. When the one
man loves the one woman, and tho one wo
man loves tho one man, the very angels
leave heaven and come and sit in that house
and sing for joy."
"Ax Old Piivsician'st Advice." Cnno-im
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions snouia be looked to and promptly
treated in time aud thus all serious results
may be avoided, and for this purposo we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of "Wild Cher
ry." Tho first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2." cent bottle and '
bo convinced, and you will thus avoid a
aoctor s bin, ana most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles f ". The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
& Son :).'J0 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Thomas Station, Minn., August 9th,
1870. Messrs. Jlorgan & Allen," m John
St., New York City.: Dear Sirs Last
Sabbath I was at Fond du Lac and called
on Mr. W. M. Catlton. I was surprised to
find him so much improved; ho told me
that your medicine "Constitution Water"
had been tho means of doing It. It has
been the belief of every physcian knowing
of his case that there was uo help for him.
Yours respectfully, S. Ashley, Jr., agent
St. Paul & Duiuth It. It. Ask vour drug
gist for it.
Cheap Hack Fare. For many years
New Yorkers have been trying to secure as
cheap hack hire as they have in London and
Paris, but hacking seems still to be a luxury
with them, which onlv the rich can indulge
in. Why hack at all"? Hall's Balsam will
positively cure all hackiug coughs and
Why Are You Bn.uoc8?-i-Because you
have allowed your bowels to become cos
tive, and liver torpid. Use Kidney-Wort to.
produce a free state of tho bowels, and it
will stimulate the liver to proper action,
cleanses the skin of its yellowness, cures
billious headache, and causes new life in
the blood. Druggists have it.
SEND FOR 0UB "0IU)CERSM MANUEL.
S.U.KTY FItOM A PESTILENTIAL 8COL1UIK.
Protection from tho disease, not a medi
cinal agent which merely checks tho par
oxysms, is the grand desideratum wherever
ti e endemic scourge of malaria prevails.
Quinine does not afford this protection.
The chief reason why Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters has won such iinmenso popularity
is that it prepares the system to resist tho
malarial pest. This it does by bracing,
and toning tho physical organism; regulat
ing and promoting an equal flow and dis
tribution of tho animal fluids, and estab
lishing digestion on a sound basis. Not
only is fever and ague prevented, but the
worst types of tho discaso nro conquered
by it. Such is tho only just conclusion to
lie drawn from the overwhelming evidenco
iu its favor. It is equal'y cfllcacious in
dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint
nnd general debility, and rheumatic com
plaint, And is a reliable diuretic and nervine
Bead tho following: Salt Bheum Cured.
I had Salt Bheum on my hand for two
years; I tried every doctor I could hear of.
The salves, ointments and soap3 with
out number; nothing benefitted mo. A
50c. bottle of Giles' Liniment Iodine Am
monia cured me in less than a week. A.
Itoamine, 102 WestThirty-secoud street, N.
Y. Giles' Pills cures Headach. Sold by
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Giles. 120 West Broadway, N. Y. Trial
size 2-j cents.
Bhown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer iu the world.
Will most surelv ouicken tho blond wlmth.
or taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relievo pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of tho Pan-
acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Mccir Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible iu
iury to the most dulieate child. This val-
liable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc bo alwo
lutety sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Tweuty-tlvc centsg box.
Better TiMi:s.--The business revival
and now era of prospetity which-is now
fairly inaugurated, is in keeping with the
increased health and happiness seen all over
the land, and is one of tho results obtained
from the introduction of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure. "Tho changes wrought
by this remedy," says Kev. Dr. Harvey,
"seem but little less than miraculous."
Slits. Winslow's Sooth INJ Syhcp. Iter.
Svlvanus Cobb thus writes in tho Boston
Chtistian Freemau: Wo would by no
means recommend any kind of modiciao
which wo did not know to bo good parti
cularly for infants. But of Mrs. WinslowV
Soothing Syrup we can speak from know
ledge; in our wwn family it has proved a
blessing indeed, by giving an infant troubl
ed with colic pains, quiet sleep, and tlxj
parents unbroken rest at night. Most parents
can appreciate these blessings. Hero is an
nrticlo which works to perfection, and which
is harmless; for tho sleep which it ulVordii
tho Infant is perfectly natural, and the little
cherub awakes as "bright as a button."
And during tho process of teething, it
value is incalculable. We have frequently
heard mothers say that they would not be
without it from tho birtli of tho child till it
hod lluished with tho teething siege, on any
consideration whatever. Sold by all drug
gists. 25 cents a bottle.