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CAIRO, - - ILLS.
THE DAILY BUI,IETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited in the lutnreat of the Pnhlic Library.
MEN, W05IEN AND BOOKS!
The eotcrtainmcot on Tliursday evenins;
i coriccdi'd by all who were prc-ncnt to
have been cdc of the moat novel tnd sue
ctKhful vvtr ijivcn in Cairo, The receipts
were10J.50, ind after the cxpente (which
were heavy, in order to get up go grand an
affair) were paid, there was left a clear
gain of ubout 123-00.
Mini Rosina Emmett, of New York, has
received the award of one thousand dollars
for the be,t design of a Christmas ctrd.
This is now on exhibition at the American
Art gallery, New York, with those designs
wliieh received the other prizes as given by
the judges appointed ly Messrs. Trang ti
The members of the Library association
de ire to return their sincere thanks to the
ladies, gentlemen and little mUses who
took p.rt in the game of chess and made it
the complet" success that it was. The
names of the participants have been made
known through the columns of the daily
papers with only one exception, Annie
Smith on account of sudden illness was un
able to be present and her place among the
pawns as filled ly little Genevieve
Mir? Scon, who recently took so high a
position at the Cambridge (England) exam
inations, is employed there now as a math
emtrical lecturer on analytical conies.
Four sets of college lectures are open this
term to women who receive special permis
sion to attend Mr. Browning's on ancient
law, Mr. Pethero's on Greek history, Mr.
Hammond's on European history and the
history of treaties and Mr. Sedgwick's on
Dh. Schliim ann is about to leave Alliens
for Leipsic, where he will remain for sev
eral months superintending the publication
of the German edition of his new work,
"Ilios, the City and Country of the Tro
jans." An English and an American edi
tion will also appear at the same time.
The new book is to be three times the size
of "Mycenat," and will contain more than
three thousand illustrations.
Mks. A. II. II. Stcart, of Olympia,
T., is now holding, for the third consecu
tive term, her commission from the gover
nor as president of the board of immigra
tion for that territory.
She was born in Boston, Mass.. of Puritan
ancestry, Abbie Howard Hunt being her
maiden name. Reared in that city and
educated there, she w as graduated at 19
from the Tremont college, and within six
months thereafter, rotwithstanding the ob
jections of her family, had begun her work
as a self-supporting woman, having accept
ed a position as bookkeeper in a large
manufacturing establishment. The failure
of the firm by whom she was employed, soon
after, necessitated a change, nndthe follow
ing year was spent in a business capacity in
Springfield, Mass. InslGoshe sailed for
San Francisco, Cal to take charge of the
office business of a relative there, and for
five years, with rarely u holiday, she de
voted herself to her duties with unremit
ting energy and faithfulness.
In the fall of 1871, broken in health, she
resigned her position and went north to
visit a friend in Washington, and to recruit,
ii possible. City born and city bred, the
great forests of Western Washington, the
snow-chid mountains, and the apparent
boundlessness of everything in nature was
a revelation to her.
Au accomplished horsewoman, her rides
through the woods and across the prairies
were an endless delight, and the views of
the Cascade range of mountains, on bright
days, witli mountains liai er, St. Helens and
Adams lifting their gntnd, snow-crowned
heads to heaven, with u picture of which
she never tired.
The husband of the friend sho visited
here, was a deputy United States surveyor,
and the following summer sho accompan
ied her friend into the field with him, and
for four months literally lived out of doors.
Penetrating into the wilderness, often
where human feet had never trodden, the
wonderful natural resources of Washington
became known to her and filled her with
admiration. Mighty forests, almost tropi
cal vegatation springing from tho virgin
soil, ever-living springs of sweet water,
beautiful lakes and streams abound
ing in fish, grand scenery, and absolute
solitude. Only the presence of man was
needed ; all he needed whs here.
In the summer of 1873, after a visit to
San Francisco, sho returned to Olympia,
and married tho Hon. Robert G. Stuart,
tlicnand now receiver in tho United States
land office, and soon after, with her admir
ation for this her adopted home, in no way
decreased, and with leisure for tho work,
she volunteered to reply to all letters of
inquiry" received in regard to the advan
tages of tho territory,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
During the summer of 1873 sho wrote, a
pamphlet ol sixty pages, describing tho
territory, and tho legislature of that year
published 5,000 copies for gratuitous cir
culation, established a board of immigra
tion, and made an annual appropriation for
Since then, tho work of spreading in
formation has gone on steadily and quietly.
Hundreds of letters of information are writ
ten each yeur to inquirers, and thousands
of circulars, pamphlets, maps, etc., go out
to the home-seekers of the world from her
little office, and here she receives tho visits
of tho "new people," who conio to her for
advice and information; and when we add
that all this work is done gratuitously, the
reader will believe, not only that Washing
ton territory must be a great country to pro
voke such enthusiastic labor, but that for
steady work, earnest work, women are in
no way .behind their brothers. And this
fact is daily becoming more apparent; for
to fittingly fill such an important office, is
to prove woman's worth and work. Wo
: RIVER NEWS.
Andy Baum..l C incinnati
Golden Rule ' ew Orleana
James Howard St. Leulr
I. N. Kellogg St. Loula
John B. Maude St. Louii
rort Ead New Orleana
Jno. A.fcrndder NwOr)eani
Raven and barges Sooth
Andy B&um Memphis
James Howard New Orleana
John B Maude Vlckrbnrg
Ailden Rule New Orleans
I.N. Kellogg Cincinnati
Jno. W. Bargoyn;...... St. Unit
Tort Eadi St. Los: a
The Pittsburg is due for St. Louis.
The Golden Rule cleared fully loaded.
The Andy Baum for Memphis added
The Idiewild was light, but had a lair
trip of people.
Wildwood would be a good name for
an Evansville packet.
The Cons Millar will pass up the Ohio
to-night, for Cincinnati.
The Grand Tower will be the Vicksburg
packet to night, and the James D. Parker
- The Champion will be out for Padu
cah to-day, and will return for St. Louis
early in the morning.
The Colorado and City of Helena both
had fair trips of wheat, and would add
largely of cereals above.
The Yirgie Lee got lots of people from
here for Cincinnati. She had a '-ood Ohio
river trip, and added liberally.
The new II. T. Dexter for the Cairo
and Louisville trade, is rapidly being
brought to the suiface. She will be a
The James Howard added fifty tons of
way freight, and departed with twenty
three hundred tons. ('apt. Pepper was still
suffering with the headaehe.contracted here
Col. Joe Dukes has retired from the
position of second clerk of the Colorado,
and is on the Emma C. Elliott in the same
capacity. Theodore Phillips takes Mr.
The beautiful portrait, which has been
on exhibition at the wharfboat for several
days, wis stolen during the night of the
17lh. A liberal reward is offered by the
Argus office for the recovery.
Geo. Baker retires from the office of the
Jno. A. Scudder, and Capt. N. B. Fowler,
oi me centennial, iukcs cnarge. (.teorge
will have charge of the Anchor line boat
store at St. Louis during the absence of Su
perintendent Langsdale, who Las gone east
for his health. Upon his return Mr. Baker
will take his old position ngain.
Havntf.d Me. A workingman says:
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