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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the intercat of th Tubllc Library.
JIEN, WOMEN. AND BOOKS.
Mrh. Jane 0. Austin is accused of being
tlie author of "Mr. Deauchamp Brown"
the latcatNo Name" novel.
The Astor library at New York sends its
books to be bound iu England, for econ
omy. The jirico of binding an ordinary
thick octavo volume in half morocco in
New York is $1.50; in London, about $1.
JIihs M. A. Ci.eaveb, M. D., of Daven
port, was u delegate to represent Iowa at
the annual Conference of Charities, meet
ing at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 27th iust.,
aud also at the National Convention for the
Protection of the Insane, meeting at the
same time and place.
Mms Wii.i.AUD in company with Iter
mother and MiB.sGordon,f Chicago left for
Vermont, where they spend a month. Mis-s
Willard takes this as her only opportunity
for the summer rest she so greatly needs,
fche will be on hand at the various summer
meetings and convocations to which site is
In the July Fortnightly Review William
Minto, ppifotsor of logic and rhetoric at
the University of Aberdeen, contributes an
elegantly written article on Edgar Allan
Toe, in which he undertakes to show that
to understand Poo's method of work is to
understand the reason why he produced 60
little, why he did not produce enough to
furnish himself with a means of living,
and why his, restless mind, painfully an
alyzing everything and exactly scrutinizing
his own work, chafed and fretted into in
sanity. "He broke himself," says Minto,
"on a wheel of his own making."
The long, quiet summer days that to
many bring time for rest and relaxation,
and leisure for reading, should beimproved
to the best possible advantage, especially
by the busy w ife, irother and housekeeper.
It is now, if ever, between the hurry aud
toil of spring cleaning and spring sewing,
and renovatiug, and looking after the chil
dren's examinations; and the fall work,
aud starting the little ones to school again,
and making ready for winter, that the
house mother can take a little time for her
self, for her own improvement and cul
ture. The temptation to "do nothing" for
a little while every day is great, and to
spend an hour or two in reading light liter
ature, or no.-els, still greater. But for the
st.ke of the children themselves, as well as
tor her own benefit this inclination should
be resisted, aud the time well and wisely
spent in such reading as will improve and
elevate and inform. There is no lack of
good reading that is as interesting and ex
citing as any novel can be. The library
contains histories aud other books
that will well repay attention.
Turner's history of the Anglo-Saxon, is
more entrancing than any novel. Prescott's
graphic and delightful history ol Ferdi
nand and Isabella, Irving's "Alhnmbra,''
or the "Conquest of Mexico," Carlyle's
"Life and Letters of Oliver Cromwell," and
a dozen of other works that might be men
tioned, and that are standing .idly on the
shelves can furnish healthful food to the
mind as well as recreation. Due hour n
day, in such reading, for nine months only,
will give one an entrance into a new world;
introduce one to an entire new set of ac
quaintance who have lived and moved
amid grand scenes and noble deeds, the
consideration of which will lift us out of
the narrow ruts of common place existence,
aud strengthen us lor the better fulfillment
of the duties of our own lives. The pretty
Mid poverty-stricken round of intellectual
life can be enriched and filled with treas
ures that time nor age, nor sickness can
ever take away.
WOMEN AND CHARITIES.
Tint yearly conference of charities, which
met at Cleveland recently, was , noticeable
among other things by the fact of the largo
part women took in it. The Springfield
Women were- frequent among the dele
gates, and still more numerous in tho audi
ence; among them .Mrs. Lcouaru ot your
city, Mrs. Cvfilu of Indiana, Miss Cleaves
of Davenport, la., Mrs. Fairbanks of Wis
consin, and Miss Carpenter of Poiighkeep-
ie, were conspicuous. These wero all del
egates, and tho two last named, liko Mrs.
Leonard, arc members of state boards which
superviso tho public institutions. Mrs.
Lyndo of Wisconsin, tho first woman ever
appointed on such a board, and who took
part m tho first conference at New York in
1874, was not present, but sent a paper
which was read by Mrs. Rockwell, ot tho
Milwaukee Industrial School for Girls, but
formerly of tho Middletown school in Con
necticut. Mrs. Leonard read Mrs. Richnrd
goir paper on tho Massachusetts methods
of placing children in families, and addud
to it soiuu passages from her own experience
in thu Hampden County Children's Aid So
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLE'lIN;
ciety. She also spoke in tho debate ou Mr.
McCulloch's report on associated charities,
taking ground that tho churches, as such,
ought not to intrude in the work of alms
giving, but leave that to tho public, and to
secular Bocictioe. Miss Cleaves, who is a
doctor of medicine and a trusteo of tho old
est insane hospital in Iowa, made the re
port from her statc,and also took part in the
organization of the new national associa
tion for the protection ol the insane, which
was formed hero recently by the New
York lunacy reformers Drs. Wilbur,
Beard, Scguin, etc., and Miss Chevaillier ot
Boston. This lody is quite distinct from
the conference, but its committeo had a
hearing before the conference, at which
Miss Chevallicr read a long paper by Dr.
Nathan Allen, advocating a lunacy com
mission for each state. Tho general senti
ment of the conference, however, was in
favor of the present mode of supervising
hospitals by a central board of public
charities, as in Ohio, Illinois, Michi
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Jamea Iloward New Orleans
Gold Dun St. Loula
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James Howard ..
City of Alton
Staged river 2 feet 4 inches; a de
cline of 8 inches in the last 24 hours.
The Idlewild had a nice trip of people.
The Ste Genevieve had a fair taip for
The Gold Dust added liberally for
The Andy Baum had a light trip only
for the Ohio river.
The Alton cleared with all she wanted;
guards in the water.
The City of Greenville will be out for
The Champion will not probably be out
to-night, owing to her being aground.
The City of Vicksburg was in condi
tion to take largely of wheat for St. Louis.
Not a Bevekaoe "They are not a bev
erage, but a medicine, with curative prop
erties of the highest degree, containing no
por whisky or poisonous drugs. They do
not tear down an already debilitated sys
tem, but build it up. One bottle contains
more hops, that is, more real hop strength,
than a barrel of ordinary beer. Every
druggists in Rochester sells them, and the
physicians prescribe them.1' Evening Ex
press on Hop Bitters.
Foa twenty-five cents vou can cct fortv
of Carter's-Little Liver Pills the best liver
regulator in the world.
OK THE condition
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK
CAIRO ILLINOIS, JULY, 5th 1S80.
Bills receivable 79,750 87
Due from other banks 14,859 20
Cash on hand 15,504 81
Real estate 8,547 55
Outfit and furniture 5,000 00
Expenses including taxes 2,702 02
Capital stock paid in $ 25,200 00
Deposits 91,788 94
Earnings 3,579 52
Surplus fund 5,790 59
We, P. Bross, president and II. Wells,
cashier, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of our knowl
edge and belief.
F. Bitoss, President.
II Wem, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
19th day of July, 1880.
.A. "Vonderfil llpmedy.
SAFE AND 8UKE.
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SUNDAY M0RN1KG, JULY 25, 18S0.
Summer restileuce Unearthed;
It is well known that hot weather brings sicki.esn, and that few people go through the Summer without unpleas
ant symptom. The mouth becomes dry and parched, the tongue- .furred with , white, the pulse irregular, the head fe
verish, the body cramped and the limbs swollen and tired. Ladies especially, with their natural delicacy and tendency
to female troubles, find the hot weather almost unbearable, while Little Children are .lying every day from exhaustion
and because Parents neglect precaution and care. A prominent and well known physician of New York asserts as his
positive belief that more than three-fourths of so-called Summer complaints arise from disordered secretions, and that
these seeretionary organs, which, by iwing out of ordercause so much trouble, are the Kidneys and Liver. These organs
are the governors of the system, and by their movements the other parts of the body are regulated. The brain con-
i row xue me, out uie lower part or the body rules the health.
There is one, and only one known vegetable that will absolutely regulate and control the Kidneys and Liver at all
times and thus prevent the many dangers of Summer. That vegetable (a West India leaf,) is used as the basis of War
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upon the approach of the slightest symptoms. It may save your life or that of some dear friend; it will certainly pre
vent much suffering.
No remedy in America has ever received such high and enthusiastic commendations, and it is warmly
, An Editor's Escape.
Office of the "Industrial Era."
'Albia, Iowa, May 20, 1880.
To whom it may Concern :
I take great pleaburo in making the fol
lowing statement: I have been afflicted
with a disease of the kidneys for the past
two years anu have tned numerous reine
dies, with only partial temporary relief.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liyer Cure was
recommended to me, and after taking it the
pain and distress left me, and I am to day
feeling strong and well. I am perfectly
satisnea tnat Warner s bate kidney and
Liver Cure is the medicine needed and can
cheerfully refcmmend it to others.
G. W. Stamm.
A Doctor's Certificate.
I herby certify that I have been a prac
ticing physician for twenty-seven years,
and for many chronic cases in my practice
uo recommend arner s bate Jvidney and
Liver cure. It was upon my udvic.c that
G. W. istamm, the editor, obtained the val
uable remedy, i A. A. Ramsay, jI. D.
A Pastor Made Happy.
I have been greatly troubled with my
kidneys and liver lor over twenty years.
and dunug mat entire time l wits never
free from pain. My medical bills were
enormous, and I visited both the Hot and
White Springs, noted for the curative quul
itives of the water. I urn happy to say I
am now a well man, aud entirely as the
result of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. With such glorious results, I am
only too glad to testily regarding the rem
edy which has made me so happy.
(ItEV.) P. F. llAItKLEE,
Coal Run Crossing, Arkansas.
An Educational Endorsement.
The Rev. C. A. Harvey, I). I)., of tho
Howard University, of Washington has
written tho following letter:
Gentlemen I take great pleasure in
stating that I have for two years past been
acquainted with tho remedy known us
Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure, and
that in some cases which had been given up
by practitioners of both schools, the speedy
change wrought by thus remedy seemed but
little less than miraculous. I am convinced
that no remedy for kidney troubles hereto
fore discovered can be held for oue mo
ment iu comparison with it.
Respectfully yours, C. A. Harvey.
Wiiiitany, N. J., July 2, 1880.
Messrs. H. II. Warner & Co.;
Dear Sirs: My wife has been Buffering
from a nervous attack of acute inllamnm
tion of tho bladder, which occurred in
October lust, and left a chronic mlhimma
tion of the neck of the bladder. This trouble
yielded to no treatment, till some time in
March'sho began the use ot 'your Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure, and is now completely
well, which wo wish to acknowledge very
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cure to others as we have had occasion, and
shall continue to do so very cheerfully.
With many thanks,
(Rev.) D. McGeb,Raiiuwkm,.
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SUMMER DANGERS, '
and furnishes the most certain and complete ' '' ..!';
DAKGEK IN DISGUISE ! !
its Causes Explained and
to Avoid it.
VALUABLE FACTS MADE PUBLIC
Arousing Its Headers.
An alarm of fire at midnight is a start
lingthing, but not half so startling to many
who hear it as would be the sudden knowl
edge of their own dangerous physical con
dition. Thousands of thousands arc hurry
ing to their graves because they are care
lessly indifferent to the iusiduous inroads
of disease and tho means of cure. It is the
mission of H. II. Warner & Co., with their
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, to arouse men
to a sense cf their danger and then cure
them. Memphis Appeal.
The Friend of Helicate Ladies.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is
the remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar to women. Headaches, neuralgia,
disordered nerves, weakness, mental shocks
and kindred ailments are effectually re
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Its Grand Reputation.
Warner's Sate Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation that is not limited
by the confines ot section or country.
mere are no injurious substances nor false
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pounded under a formula that has passed
severe tests and won endorsements from
some of the highest medical talent in the
country, New York World.
The Ones That Use It.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is
highly endorsed by ministers, judges, phy
sicians, surgeons, by men of literary and
scholarly distinction, and by individuals in
all the walks of life. Chicago Times.
Our exchanges come to us b tiiitifully
laden with commendatory notices of the
wonderful cures ellVeted in diseases of the
kidneys and liver, and especially of dropsy,
by the use of Warner's S.ife. Kidney and
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Safe Pills. We feel sure that if such of
our friends who are buffering from like
troubles would but use these remedies they
would be benefitted. St. Albans Advertiser
For Old and Young
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
commands to-day a large and widely ex
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misses are those beyond the ivnch of hu
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hygenic, and can be used bv young and old
with equal advantage. lJobton Journal of
It is Universal.
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statesmen, merchants, niamifaeturers, and
men ami women less prominent iu society,
bear witness to the wonderful cures wrought
by Warner's Safu Kiduey and Liver Cure.
has received so many enthusiastic endorsements aud has performed such univer
organs, Is for sale by druggists In every
Some Timely Advice About Hoi
"It Saved My Life." '
Sei.ma, Ala., May 16th, 1880.
Messrs. II. II. Warner & Co.:
Gentlemen I have suffered from kidney
cuiupiiuiu irom cuuanooo, and have spent
a small fortune traveling to different waters
and doctoring. A physician recommended
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure so Btrong
ly that I finally purchased a bottle, and
from that day to the present time I have
gotten better, and now feel like a new man.
I am well. You may use my name it you
wish, to aid in bringing the Great Discov
ery into general use. It did for me what
doctors failed in doing. It saved my life.
Too much cannot be said in its favor.
E. B. Lakelt-
"It is the Only Thimr "
Peek'skill, N. Y., April 13 1880,
Messrs. II. H. Warner A Co,:
Gents My wife has been suffernng for
the past five years from the ic.ulto of
premature birth, and during that time she
has Li en under the. doctors care and treat
ment, for a disease peculiar to the female
sex, and generally named as falling of the
womb. After a thorough examination the
doctors finally concluded she had inflaram
tion of tho bladder, and " changed their
treatment accordingly, but as before with
out helping her in tho least. We at last
despaired of her ever being any better, and
after expending an enormous amount of
money gave it up. But a littlo while ago
one of your pamphlets having been left at
my house, and her symptoms being so ac
curately described therein, we concluded to
tiy your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
I can truly state that after five years of
faithful trial of physicians, this is the only
thing that hns done her the least tood.
Sincerely, G. E. Wrooo.
"I Advise all to Try It,"
Leavenworth, Kits.. April 16, 1880.
MesM-s. 11. 11. Warner & Co. :
1 have been troubled, nioro or less, for
tho past six years with inflammation cf the
bladder. About two years ago it assumed
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I consulted the best medical it id in the
country and expended large sums of money,
but only found temporary relief. I con
cluded to try your Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, and after taking only half
a hottle I found I was benefited. I have
now taken four bottles, and have experienced
permanent relief. I certainly advise all to
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Supt. Brandon & Ktrmcyer Brewing Co.
"The Best and Only Efficient."
(108 L. St., W AsiiiNOTON, D. C, June 9.
II. 11. Warner & Co.:
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Yours, very truly,
C'oL.JoilN K. McClIUNKY
"part of the world at