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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINil, MAY 2, 18S0.
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
Gexeiial Sherman says newspapers
generally print ninety-nine lies to one truth.
Halt, General, some ot the generals in the
late war think you was troubled with the
same ailment when you printed books.
President Hates is showing a good
deal of enterprise in the matter of fixing
the members of his cabinet in good life po
sitions before lie leaves the white house.
He has heretofore comfortably seated a war
secretary on the bench, and it is now said
that Postmaster General Key is to be given
the judgeship of the United States court for
the eastern and middle districts of Ten
nessee, made vacant last Sunday by the
death of Judge Connelly P. Trigg. This
position will give Key a dignified and re
munerative life office.
A okeat deal of attention is being paid
t3 Professor Nordkenskjold in Europe. He
h lionized wherever he goes. He is pre
paring another exploring expedition. This
time it is rot in search of the North Pole
but to the Siberian seas. To a Herald rep
resentative he said a few days ago, that "the
North Fo'e will never be reached unless
some man begins to attempt it when he is
twenty and continues until he is fifty." It
will take an explorer thirty years, the pro
fessor think, to become sufficiently famil
iar with the Arctic seas to insure any hope
of success in reaching the North Pole.
Camsondale Observer: "The last num
ber ot The C'ajko Bulletin contains the
severance notice ot M. 15. Ihrreil with the
press of Cairo, more than likely forever.
Mr. llarrell went to Cairo thirty-two years
ago, and knows every step of its often thrill
ing history. He has been a lively actor in
many of its scenes, and having lived out
more than half of his days without posing
in his checks as foretold iu the good book,
he now picks up his grip-sack and skips out
to a higher and purer atmosphere, where
ipo-water and subterranean rivers are un
known. Mr. llarrell goes on the Chicago
Stock Journal, and will wield his vigorous
pen in behalf of the industries nnd the
growth of pure Democracy in the city of
Veht little has been heard of "General"
Conway since li'is grand scheme to run an
armed steamboat up nnd down the Missis
sippi river to carry off the colored people,
fell through. Now. however, he comes to
the front nguin. big with information about
an exodus of 30,(1110 colored people that is to
take place the coming summer and fall from
the gulf states to Arizona ami New Mexico.
. According to Conway, a number of rich
New Yorkers have purchased immense
tracts of land iu these two territories, which
they propose Jto sell to the cxmhistcis
at forty cents an acre ami in quantities to
suit the finances of each immigrant, Con
way is one of those men who ought to be
act down upon in the same effective way
that Kearney was in 8an Francisco. His
information is just about a reliable as Con
Fkom tlio easy expectoration, increased
respiratory power of the I iings, uud the re
moval of irritation, manifest from cessation
of cough nnd other alurmiug symptoms,
after usiiitf Fellow's Compound fyruj of
, Jlypopbospliites, it is clear that the forma
tion of tuberculous matter it not only
topped, but that already deposited is be
ing carried away.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN'.
Edited In the luturest of the Public Library .
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
Some new and valuable books will soon
bj placed in the Library as the result of
the cntcrtaitnent on Thursday. All money
invested by the community in that direc
tion is speedily returned with compound in
terest. The library is under renewed obligations
to Hon. J. R. Thomas, M. C, for public
docutueuts, the latest being the postmaster
general's report for 1879-fO. Hooks are ac
cumulating so fast that new shelves will
have to be added in the library room.
A new and handsome edition of Wash
ington Irving's worksthe ''Geoffrey
Ciuyon Edition" is just being issued iu
New York, with a supplementary life of
IrviDg by Charles Pudlcy Warner. Irving's
complete works are to be found in the Cairo
The entertainment on Thursday evening,
for the benefit of the library, is conceded
by all who were present (a large audience
of our best people) to have been one of the
most brilliant and successful given in Cairo
for many years. The price of admission
was very low, but the receipts were almost
$73.00 of which sum f 45.00 was clear.
A woman has bcn placed in an impor
tant educational position in France. It is
Mile. Julliettc Dodu, who has been appoint
ed by 31. Jules Ferry delegate geueral for
the inspection of the schools established for
the reception of little children under six
years of age. Mile. Dodu last year receiv
ed the ribbon of the legion of honor for
ipleudid conduct during the war.
Tiik members ot the Library Association
desire to return their sincere and grateful
thanks to the large number ot ladies, gen
tlemen, and little folks just fifty in all
who took part in the entertainment and
made it the complete success that it was. It
would require too much space to give the
names of all who participatcd,and is indeed
unnecessary, as nearly "everybody'1 was
there to see and enjoy the beautiful
tableaux, and the admirably given recita
tions, and the fine wusic.
THE COMING WOMAN.
The second of Prof. C. W. Emerson's
course of lectures under the auspicies of the
Moral Education Association, was given in
Boston, April 10th. His subject was "The
Coming Woman," aud like the preceding
lecture (on "The Coming Man,'') it was de
livered without notes, aud was a prophecy
of what woman will one day be, as a result
of the influences at work in America to
day. The coming woman, said the speaker, is
not to be made out of our ideals, nor is she
to be what we would individually like her
to become. There is a force in life called
the logic of events, end the finger of events
points out what the coming woman will be.
What she is to be in the United State., wo
man will be in England and in France, and
ultimately in Germany, for a grand sympa
thy Is going on through the whole race,
and a throb of feeling here, goes round the
world. Woman's position in a country
marks its civilization; she is the thermome
ter of intellectual progress. There is noth
ing more contemptible than talking about
woman's sphere. Tell me the sphere of
mau and I will tell you woman's sphere.
Her sphere is to do all Bhe can, aud the best
she can, and to use all the powers that God
has given her.
1st. What will t!i3 coming woman be
physically i That she will be very much
stronger than the woman of the present we
have reason to expect, for two reasons.
In the first place, as a race, the women of
to-day are much more healthy than their
grandmothers were, and we shall find the
women of sixty nnd seventy yours to-day
much stronger than were the women of the
sunie age seventy-five years ago. Again,
the minds of women are being drawn to
wards the subject of health. There is now
in Boston a Ladies' Physiological Society
whose object is to teach women the laws of
their own bodies. Fifty years ago it was
thought vulgar for a woman to understand
these laws, or, indeed, to know anything
about her bodily organs. This change is a
great one, ami is tending, always in the
right direction. Could we live seventy
years from now, and look upon the women
of that future day, we should Bee no small,
pinched waists, for the women are fast
learning that the organs which sustain life
lie at the waist, under the corsets, ami that,
any derangement of these vital parts causes
suffering and disease. To-day, none but
ignorant women are trying to make their
waists smaller. Thoughtful women are
learning that a largo waist is the most
healthful, and they are also beginning to
see that it is the most beautiful.
'J. What will the coining woman bo
intelloctuillyf We can alt remember when
it woman who understood anything outside
of her sewing and housework was called
names, such as "old blue stocking." Now,
if a woman lias a well cultivated intellect,
though at the same timo bIio may be the
most poorly dressed person in society, all
doors are open to her. Once it was gener
ally believed aud expressed, that an intel
lectual man did not want an intellectual
wife. To-day the best men want wives lor
companions. The reason why men in the
past resorted so much to club rooms is be
cause they diil not find an intellectual com
panion with whom to converse at home.
The coming woman will change all this.
She will annihilate the idea that ''mau rep
resents the head and woman the heart," for
the true man ami the true woman both have
head aud both have heart.
THE PnOFESSOK'S VICTIM,
tunes pure and undetiled. It is all that I
have to boast of."
"Miss Van Coot has even more," I bioke
in. "She has condescended to tell me of
her magnificent origin. Go to Miss Van
Coot, Professor Wagner. Her blood is, if
thin, of stupendous antiquity. She has al
ready in your country a cousin who owns a
principality. Make haste to get her, before
lie comes to her or she goes to him, for tliey
have a fashion of marrying cousins"
"Which is bad for their spiues," groaned
the professor. Then he turned to me, and
the tears were actually iu his poor eyes.
''Come," he said, "you are vexed with me,
and it hurts me to the heart. 1 call not af
ford to lose your friendship, which has been
dear to me for so long. I will do what you
wish. You say that she loves me. The
good (Sod knows that I am tired of this
suspense. Well, I will marry her, then.
There, now, art thou appeased ' I will go
after her to New Orleans, and bring her
back as my wife, and the conflict will be
"Oh, will you, professor ?" I said, hold
ing out my hands to him iu delight, for I
thought it was generous of him, consider
ing every thing, and I fail ly yearned tor
my poor Helen's happiness and his own.
"Yes, the sacrifice is made," he said, and
heaved a heavy sigh. "Now let us think of
the arrangements. It will be better for the
first year that we shall board with you. She
will be happier, and so will I. Ca.i you hire
the suit of rooms above? They tic vacant,
"Yes, and they are beautiful" I said,
clasping my hands with joy.
"Very well, then; I will see that they are
properly furnished. You must have a good
servant ; you must not have to much care."
"Care!" I echoed. "It will he a delight,
a pleasure." And the professor Hung off his
coat. I poured out some coffee for him.and
we began to eat bieaklasr, for I had not
tasted a morsel, and was comforted enough
now to feel hungry.
A fortnight after, the rooms were com
plete, nnd the professor was to leave tor
New Orleans the next day. He was com
ing to take supper with me and bid me
good-by that night, as the steamer started
very early in the morning. I bad made
every thing I could think of to please him,
nnd put a few pansies in my hair. The ta
ble looked wonderfully inviting. It was
about dusk, and I expected him every mo
ment, when the janitor's little boy came
running in to me with a letter. I saw it
was a strange, tine handwriting, and
thought it was some new customers; but as
I read it, my blood rushed to my heart, for
it was from Helen, and ran thus:
"My deaii Susie I have only time
to tell you I am the happiest crea
ture in the world. All those months
I was with you I nad left my heart with a
young person down here, Who is the sun of
an abolitionist and a (Junker. My father is
a fire-eater, if you know what that means,
my dear; but he could not swallow the big
bonfire of love that blazed between that
young (Quaker and me, so he sent me to the
north, that my share of it should be cooled
by your northern climate. But, if you re
nn inber, I did not see much of the climate.
I was almost always in your cozy parlor,
where the birds sang and the flowers
bloomed, ;ind the dear professor was so
much like my own dear Edward that I
could almost fancy that they were oik; and
the same the ruddy hair, the same eyes of
flashing blue, and his thee and thou
brought back to me the sweet Quaker dia
lect. He had but one fault of which thou
must cure him, my dear, a womanish cu riosity
that thou altogether art happily free
from. It at last drove me away. I came
home, like the prodigal, and my father
gave me my Edward, the more readily that
he was the best match in the country, and
my father, though a lire-eater, is poor. My
best love to thee and the professor, and I
am always thine own Helen."
As I finished the last line the professor's
footstep was on the stair; and as the night
was warm and the door open, in he came,
and found me cold and petrified, with this
dreadful letter in my hand.
"What is it! he said, snatching tlie let
ter. "It is from New Orleans. Is she
"No," I said; "she is married."
And the professor read every word of that
cruel letter of Helen's. Theu he wiped his
streaming brow, and I bent my head sub
missively, expecting a volley of impreca
tions and laments; but he said not a word,
and presently sank into a chair, aud looked
out upon the western sky. A fresh breeze
blew aside the curtains and lifted the hair
from his beautit'uj white forehead.
My tears fell fust and heavily. I was 'so
sorry tor him I thought my heart would
"Weep not, little one," at last he said.
"I think I have been a fool : Is it not so?"
"No, no, no!'' I cried, going over to him,
and kneeling down by his side, "oh, can
you ever forgive me Indeed, indeed, I
thought it was so. I thought she must love,
she could not help but love you.'"
He looked down upon me and smiled,
and patted my little red hand with his
white and tapering fingers.
"what is to be done now'!'" he said, "The
altar is ready, but where is the victim?
How can the sacrifice go on?"
"There is Miss Van Coot." I said, timid
ly, "if you could bring yourself to be satis
with her. She has houses ami lands, and
thousands and thousands of dollars in her
own right; and she is vet y wise and learned,
and a wonderful musician."
"Hold 1'' cried the prolessor;"why ohould
this great and mighty limy condescend to
become the wife of a poor professor? Hast
thou nut sufficiently fostered my foolish
vanity? And what would become of the
rooms above, upon which I have expended
my time, my money, nnd my brain? You
will own that they will not suit the faucy
of Miss Van Coot?"
"Oh, they are so beautiful!" I cried, my
tears falling taster than ever. "The paper
is so bright, the carpets aro ho pretty, the
pictures so charming I There is a little
rocking-chair there that is the dearest and
most comfortable littlo chair in the world."
"Then keep it thyself, mem littlo Herzch
cu," ho said, in that low tender growl of
his; and I began to tremble without know
ing why, for lie had bent his handsome head
to mine anil gathered my hands in his.
"Bo thyself the victim? Thou hast long
been my sympathizer and comforter. When
I look back and think, imbecilo
that I have been, of all that thou
hast done for me, and the
little I have done for thee, it is, as you
Americans would say, like the handle of a
jug, all one side. It is as you put the pad
diing upon poor Miss Van Coot's shoulder
that morning. Listen, little one, to my
commands. Thou shalt make no more
gowns except thine own ; thou shalt keep
no boarder but thy l.usbnnd. Come to my
heart, mein Licbehen !"
And as I nestled there, a flood of glory
beamed in from the western sky. I did not
speak; my heart was full; and I thought
there could bo no happiness more beyond
hope, or joy, or thought, in God's paradise.
Thomas Station, Minn., August nth,
1S71I. Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5!) John
St., New York City.: Dear Sirs Last
Sabbath I was at Fond du Lac and called
on Mr. W. M. Carlton. I was surprised to
find him so much improved; he told me
that your medicine "Constitution Water"
had been the means of doing it. It has
been the belief of every physcian knowing
of his case that there was no help for him.
Yours respectfully, S. Ashley, Jr., agent
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Dit. C. MoLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "t'r all
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tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
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As a simple purgative they are unequaled
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Term of lalecatU,
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Dated, Cairo, Illinois, April stUtb, tWsO.
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Mer. Emkrsom Fisnrn ,1 On : (Jacta. Iu ., July 1B. 1R7D.
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