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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:' SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1880.
AND OTHERS SEEK1NO
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IT TKEATH upon HEALTH, HYGIENE, ar.d
Physical Culture, and is a complete encyclope
dia of inrormatlnn for invalid aud thorn whu suffer
from Nervous. Kxliausting and I'alnful Disease.
Every subject that hears uiiod health aud human
happiae.. receive attention In in pages; and the
many question asked by suffering invalids, who
tiavcdispared of a cure, are answered, and valuable
Information la volunteered to all whu are IB Deed ol
The subject of Electric Belts versus Medicine and
the hundred aud one question of vital Importance
to suffering tumaDlty, arc duly coutidurca and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who suffer from Nervous and physical
Debility, Loss of Manly Vigor, Premature hxhaua
lion and the many gloomy consequence of early
indiscretion, etc., are especially benefited by con
The "KLhi'TKIC KKVIEW expose the unmiti
gated fraudi practiced by quicks and mi'dlcal Im
postors who prufe to "practice medicine," aud
po'i.ts out the ouiy safe, simple, and effective road
to Health. Vigor and Bodily hriergy.
Scad your addr on postal card for a copy, and
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Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
What a Well known Druggist savs about
ALLEN b LUNG LALSaM.
MOTH KUS, UK AD!
Oakland Station. Kt
Oesmntrjc-Thc demand for ALLEN'S LUNG
HALVAM Is increasing constantly. The ladles
thuk there 1 no medicine equal to it for Croup
and Vi cooping Cough . C. 8, Maktix, Druggist.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
II ! the btf. Mood purifier, and siimulaies
every (unction to more healthful action, and 1
thus i hcLefil in a'.i diseases.
Is tiiniifaatiiig the impurities nfthe blood. 1b'
natural ami necessary result It th.r cure of bcrof
lous and other !kln Eruptions and Diseases, la
clnclng Cancer. I'ln-rated and oiher sores.
lvprrU. WiskEcf ol the Stomach, Const!
patlou. Pllneca. General Debility, etc. are ctreti
hy Ihe Safe Hitter. It ia unequalled ai as appt
ti.cr and regular tunic.
It if a medicine which should be In every fam
Jly. ir.d which, wherever used, will save the fay
n:ef of manv doctor' bill.
littles of two ir.ea ; price", SO cents and 1
1 Warner's SatV
rv. Remedies are sold
,1 by Druggists and
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FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
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93 OHIO LF.VEE. CAIRO. 1 1 IS,
John T. lieimie,
I AVING established bisworks at the above men
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nitiuufacti.rlnif Steam Enrincs and Mill Machinery
Uaving a Hnira Hammer and ample Too'a. the
mar.nlaentre or all klnda ol .nacmnery, itaiiroao,
bteHiuboat and Itridu'e Eorgiurt made a Oecialty.
Especial a'.tcutiou iriven to repaireof hi -ine( and
iirarc Caf tlnp of all kindr made to ordei
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the Intoreat of the ruhlic Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND ROOKS.
Moke new and valuable books will soon
be placed on the library shelves as ttie re
suit of the entertainment held on June 17th.
The money invested by the people in that
wuy is returned in a two-fold manner.
MieH A. C. Fletcher will give during
the next lecture season either one or a
course of lectares on ancient America. She
has made this subject a speciality, and il
lustrates by maps, water color drawings
and specimens, these lectures have al
ready won favor and will prove to those
who desire to make arrangement to have
them, both interesting and instructive. The
subject itself is of great importance to
every American who would know of the
early period of the continent.
Jenny Likd, as is well known, long
since retired into private life. She now in
habits a charming residence in South Ken
sington, situated so near to that of Mme.
Albani that the great prima donna of the
present, and she of the past, can look out
upon each other's windows. Mme. Jenny
Lind Goldschmidt is now an elderly lady,
and is in very fragile health, but her blue
eyes and kindly smile retain the sweetness
that used to lend such a charm to
the world's idol. She has with
drawn almost entirely from all participa
tion in the affairs of the world of music,
betas f'n'y interested in the Bach society.
She speaks very warmly of the United
States and its people, pronouncing the
American ladies to be among the most cul
tivated and refined that she has ever
known. Notwithstanding the long years
that have elapsed since the epoch cf her
great triumps, she still retains her hold
upon the sympathies and affections
of her former admirers. The
royal family of England, for
instance, are her firm friends, and the
princesses are frequently numbered among
her visitors. Owing to her delicate health
she receives but very few callers. Her life
is one of peaceful retirement and domestic
happiness. There is something very im
pressive about this tranquil sunset of a lite
whose dawn was so troubled, and whose
noontide was so dalzlingly glorious.
The men of the nation generally make
the women what they will, and the women
in return impress upon their children what
they have received from their own fathers.
Hence it comes that the existence of the
American woman has become almost as
purely objective as that of the man. Her
idol of life from her cradle has been asso
ciated with the maximum of exertion.
There is no quietude among Americans,
and wonderfully little egotism in their so
cial life. It is a never ending scries of
sensations and mental shocks, which keeps
the whole being iu a nervous quiver, and
allows no time for quality sure that ol en
ergy to develop itself systematically. The
American woman is as unquiet in her
thoughts and enslaved by her duties, how
ever light, as the man. Even when she
visits she has no air of rcpoe. Her con
versation is not thoughtful, but actful. She
tells you what she does or suffers, not what
she thinks or feels. There is no reverie
about her, no suggestion of that brooding
spirit which indicates A capacity for im
passioned affection a capacity which, to
bachelors, is always ideally seductive, how
ever little the married man may appreciate
or return it. Yet generally speaking, un
demonstrative as the American girl may
W, she will wear her life out in working
for the man she loves. She forgets all
about being for him in that merciless en
ergy which always drives her into doing
There is, again, another reason why the
American girl seems cold to the superficial
observer. It is because she is free. She is
educated to repress emotion, because her
independent movements expose her to con
tact with men of all classes, among whom
there are many very "vile persons.'' Her
coldness of demeanor, therefore, is her
armor against impertinence, or even worse
things. She passed, Diana-like, through
crowds of men every day, not one of whom
for one instant suspects her of being other
than she is, because her manner shows her
at once to be a free-born, spotless Ameri
The defects of the American girl may
be done away with by giving less promin
ence to the purely intellectual or purely
practical side of her education. For, while
one class of men striving to solve the
problem of life by educating women intel
lectually, there is another class which is
shouting for education in domestic matters.
While the professors at Harvard are rejoic
ing over some girl who can take in their
philosophies or their mathematics, tho
newspaper editor sings the praises of hor
who can, roast a turkey, baka bread, or
make her owi dresses. Neither gives the
poor girl any chance Ux exist, but only to
work, with either hand or biain. Noono
says to her: "Yon are not only yourulf,but
possible the future mother ot other beings.
Do not therefore allow yourself to be
driven by either school of apostles beyond
what you may do easily, comfortably or
pleasurably. The healthy balance of your
nervous system is far more important to
you und your family relations than all the
mathematics or dressmaking, or even roast
ing of turkeys. Occupy yourself stead
fastly, but without strain, without hurry
and without emulation. As the apostle
said, (and it must have been meant cx
presslyjfor Americans) "avoid emulation."
Find out first what youcan do best, and
even it it does not come up to somebody
else's standard, learn to content yourself
with that. -July Atlantic.
A KEWSV ANB INTERESTING LETTER
PICNIC ON THE FOURTH OF JULY PER
Quite an accident befell Mrs. II. Planert
and Miss Jennie Warwick as they were re
turning from the Sunday School convention
bt Cairo, They went on the train to
Hodges park, where Mr. Planert met them
with a spring wagon to convey them home.
They got along very nicely until about five
miles from home, in going up a hill, the
horse stopped and began to back ; Mr. P.
struck him which caused him to start up
suddenly ; consequently the seat and ladies
tipped over backward striking their heads
upon the ground. They were both consid
erably shocked for a while, but after rest
ing they recovered sufficiently to proceed
on their journey. We do not apprehend
any serious results. Mrs. Gibbs and Miss
Zeigler arrived at home all right, ts they
come the "big road." The Thebes dele
gates were delighted with the convention.
They feel 'encouraged, and will make
greater efforts than ever, to prosper. There
is to be a grand Sunday School basket moss
meeting here on the 4th of July. We ex
pect Prof. Jerome of Carbondale, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Easterday and probably others, of
Cairo, to be in attendance, and assist in the
good work. We hope that all schools in
the country will be represented.
Miss Nannie Zeigler has engaged to
teach the school at Santa Fe next fall and
winter. Mr. Planert will teach at Hulen.
Mr. B. F. Brown is talking of putting up
a store at Hodges' Park. The worst fea
ture in that case, so think the young ladies,
is the necessity of Mr. C. Stewart being
clerk, which will take him from our quaint
and quiet village. He is a gentleman who
does not have to remain long in a place to
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter lrom Kentucky, are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Judge Mar-
Miss Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Rowling, has returned from the St. Vin
cent's academy, Cape Girardeau.
Mrs. E. Culley lrom Clear Creek, is visit
ing friends and relatives here.
C. A. Marchildon shipped the largest lot
of onions to-day, that ever left Thebes.
Wheat crops, upon r.n average, are very
"light" in this vicinity.
The "Marchildon and Gibbs" cyclone has
blown over, and all is calm, as usual alter
a storm. "Let us have peace."
Judge Marchildon has threshed and
shipped his wheat. Mrs. Snohs.
Thebes, June 23d, 1SS0.
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