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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN
Edited In the internal of tho Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
Mrs. Ji'lia Ward Howe's "Modern
Society," rcccutly rem! at the Concord
School of rhilosojihy, is to bo published in
Huberts Hrothers' popular "Handbook
An American edition of Mr. Frederick
Metcalfe's "The Englishman and the Scan
dinavian," a cunipuiio'i of Anglo-Saxon
and Old Norse literature, will shortly issue
from the press of U. Lothrop it Co.
Miss Kate Sanuojs.n having received the
appointment to tho chair of Knglish litera
ture in Smith colice, at Northampton, is
regarded by the English papejs as an in
dication that "literary ladies are rapidly
coding to the front in the United States."
The man who denies his wife the right
and privilege of managing her own house
hold affairs, and talks of "giving his wife
money as if she were a servant or depend -ert
instead of an coital partner in his affairs,
andoiten begrudging her the least amount
of spending money for hi r own use or the
house, is one who does not deserve the re
spect of society or the comforts of u
Ttvo of the most entertaining oooks to be
found in the Public Library are those by
Mrs. Annie Urassey, an English lady, en
titled "Around the World in the yacht Sun
beam," and "Sunshine and Storm in the
Eiat." Mrs. IJrassey is an artist as well as
an author, as it is said of her that she seems
to excel in novel devices for the decoration
of her house and table. At a dinner which
she recently gave the centre ol the table
was cut away, a sheet of looking glass was
set several inches below it, and surrounded
by a thick wreath of lycopodium. On the
looking glass was a grotto of white coral
twined with maiden hair and nautilus shells
filled with orchids.
Let us do all we can for our boys. Let
us "make Lome attractive ' to them, not
only by filing our houses with things beau
tiful and tasteful, but by making them feel
that they, not less than their sis
ters, have a share in its arrange
ments. When the echo of children's footsteps
shall be no longer heard in the house, and
the tired hands have more time to rest, we
shall be glad to recall the eager, happy face
of,the boy of twenty years ago, as he stood
by our side while wj put the last strong
stitches in the cover of his ball, or fastened
one more bob on his cherished kite.
In the cradle, in his nrt suit of clothes
which Lunches him on the world as the in
dividual loy, in the transition from "littie
boy" to "big boy," from the "big boy"
to the youth let us stand by him
with our help, our counsel, and our prayers.
M. W. 13. The Woman's Journal.
FL'N AT HOME.
Do cot be afraid ot a little fun at home,
good people. Do nut shut up your house,
lest the sun should fade your carpets: and
your hearts, lest a laugh should shake
down a few of the musty old cobwebs that
are hanging there. If you want to ruin
your sons, let them think that ail mirth
and social enjoyment must be left at the
threshold without, when they come home
When once a home is regarded as only
a place to eat, drink, atd sleep in, the
work is begun that ends in gambling
houses and reckless degradation. Young
people must have fun and relaxation some
where: if they do not find it at their own
hearthstones, they will seek it ut other and
less profitable places. Therefore, let the
fire burn brightly at night in winter, aud
let the doors and windows be cheerfully
thrown open in summer, und make the
homestead delightful with all those little
arts that parents so well understand. Do
not repress the buoyant spirits of your
children. Half an hour of merriment
within doors, and merriment ot u home,
blots out tlie remembrance of many a cure
and anuoyanco during the day; and the
best safeguard that they can take with
them into the world is the unseen influence
of a bright little home sanctum Dona
EIGHTH CONGUESS OF WOMEN.
An Eighth Congress of Women will bo
held in Iloston, Mass., October 13th, 14th,
and 15th. at the Meionaon, Tremout street.
Executive sessions nt 10 o'clock a.m. Pub
lic sessions nt 2 and 8 o'clock, p.m. At
evening sessions nn admittance fee of twenty-five
cents will bo charged. A conference
of officers only will bo held October 12th at
nt 7j o'clock, p.m., at N. E. Women's club
rooms, No. 5 Park street.
Tho topics for discussion will bo us fol
lows: "Aids in Education and Kcscarch,"
by rrof. Maria Mitchell, N. Y.; "Women's
Work in tho Laboratory," by Trof. Ellen 8.
Richards, Mnss.j "Scholarship lor Wo
men," by Prof. Rachel L. Bodley, Ta.; "Co-
operation," by Mrs. Imogen C. Valet, N.
Y.; "Representation of Women upon Boards
of Charities Supported by Taxation," by
Mrs. M. E. B. Lynde, Wis.; "Need of
Woman Physicians in Insane Asylum?, by
L. 0. Bedell, M. D., 111.; "Legal Position
of Married Women," by Mrs. Anna Garlin
Spencer, Mass, ; "Opportunities for Women's
Work in the Southern States," by Mrs.
Virginia Carter Merwin, La.; '.'Farmers'
Wives," by Mrs. C. 13. B. Colby, Neb.;
"Woman's Work in Society," hy Mrs. Julia
Ward Howe, Mass.; "Festivals: Their
Power as a means of Moral Culture." by
Mrs. Mary Newbury Adams, La. ShoulJ
time allow, other papers will be presented.
THE DUQUOIN MASS-MEETING.
TWELVE THOUSAND PATRIOTS ASSKMULE TO
HEAR OCR NEXT GOVERNOR AND OTHER
ILLISTRIOCS rFJISONAOEH. AN ENTHU
SIASTIC CROWD, DECORATIONS, ETC., ETC.,
AS SEEN THROUOH THE SPECTACLES OK A
The Democracy ol DuQuoin are jubi
lant over the success they met with in
bringing together the people of different
political creeds to listen to facts relative to
the welfare of our country, and that too,
from Jsuch men as Lyman Trumbull Ex
Governor Keorner, Col. Broadhead, Judge
Alien, William Hartzell and others. The
mass of people who crowded into that
burg may be estimated at 13 or 14 thou
sand. In the evening, notwithstandingthe
threatening aspect of the weather, the muss
of humanity which swayed back and
forth, reminded one of St. Louis, during
the procession of the Veiled Prophets.
The houses were beautifully decorated
with hunting, Ch'nese lanterns and flags.
Main street, through which the procession
had to pass was decorated with three large
arches, each containing portraits of our
next president and vice-presidents
namely", Hancock and English.
Along the sides of the same street were
posts erected from which were stretched
wires and from which were suspended
Chinese lanterns, wreaths, etc., all of which
showed taste in decorative art, of w hich the
managers may well feel proud. The
speaking in the day took place in the park
and was kept up until dusk. The weather
about six o'clock gave every indication of a
coming storm, and many persons living in
the country, in consequence of the storm,
were compelled to leave. Your correspond
ent met one continual string of vehicles
between St. Johns and Du Quoin, forming
a procession of their own and manifesting
their preference by hurrahing for Han
cock. At half -past seven the line of march
was formed, during which a drizzling rain
fell, preventing many from participating.
At a quarter to eight the procession started.
The bead of the column had not reached
the third arch, nor bad the rear started,
when a heavy rain fell, causing the par
ticipants to seek shelter. Thirteen bands
were assigned places in the processsion
Expressions ofjsympathy and regret were
heard from the ladies, of whom there were
a great many and of whose good looks Du
Quoin may well boast. The fireworks
were started notwithstanding the heavy
rain, and kept up for nearly an
hour. To say tho display was line would
U"t be doing it justice.
The night was dark, a heavy rain
and the flashes of lightning, tended to make
the fireworks an appreciative sight.
After the display of fireworks, the hall
where the speaking took place was soon
filled. The Continue baud of Cairo was,
out of thirteen bands, called upon and
played two of their choice pieces, which
were received with hearty applause. After
which the chairman, in a few appropriate
remarks, introduced Col. Broadhead, whose
speech was both eloquent and instructive.
It was to his auditor's quite a treat. Wm.
Ilartzell, our candidate for congress, spoke
next. The applause with which he met
showed full well his popularity. His
speech lasted about an hour and a half.
Following him was F. E. Albright, who
made a brief but pointed speech. After
which the meeting adjourned. The mana
gers, Messrs. M. C. Wright, of St. Johns,
and Solomon, of DuQuoin, and Capt.
Shields, of Cairo, are deserving of much
credit lor their good management and the
cordial reception extended to visitors, in
cluding your correspondent.
The few visitors from Cairo were much
pleased with their trip. It was a grand af
fair, and the Democracy of Perry county
will, in November next, give its share to
I nearly forgot to mention that tho Roos
ter fife and drum bund also took part in
tho procession, Walt Wright and Claude
Winter being tho drummers. They did
very well. Cairoite.
A Clergyman's Opinion. Having had
an opportunity to test the excellent quali
ties of Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup. I hesitate
not o say, it is the best remedy I havo ever
used in my family. Rev. Wm. Chapman,
pastor M. E. Church, Georgetown, 13. C.
EPITAPH ON ROGER BACON.
Ouo day whilst trying his corns to mow off
His razor slipped and cut his too olf
The wound soon grow to mortifying,
That was tho cnuso of Rogers dying,
If ho had Eclectric Oil, used nnd taken,
lie might quito easily havo saved his
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
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Stko.no Evidence I have sold at retail
price since the 4th of December last W
bottles of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, guaran
teeing every bottle. I must sav I never
sold a medicine in my life that gave such
universal satisfaction. In my own case,
with a badly ulcerated throat, after a phy
sician pencilling it for several days to no
effect, tho Electric Oil cured it thoroughly
in twenty-four hours, and in threatened
croups in my children this winter it never
failed to relieve almost immediately. C.
R. Hall, Grayville, III., March 20, 1SS0.
Bronchitis, a premouitor ot con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, with cough
and expectoration, short brep.th, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial aifections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 2 j cents
and $1 a bottle, or six bottles for f J.
The large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swajne & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night, cat too much without exercise;
work too hard without rest ; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums advertised ;
and then you will want to know
How to Get Well. Which is answered
in three words Take Hop Bitters'. Sec
other column. Express.
From Despair to Gladness Mr. Giles
Carter, a well known citizen of Rochestor,
N. Y., has just given the follow ing card to
the public : For about two years my wife
has been troubled with something and we
could not imagine what; she had frequent
flashes of heat, followed by severe sweats,
both night and day; her back troubled her
a great deal, and any exertion seemed to
utterly prostrate her. She drank large
quantities of water without seeming to
quench her thirst in the least, and kept get
ting worse and worse all the time. We
employed the services of a physician, but
without benefit, not even learning what was
the matter with her. Finally, noticing a
peculiarity in her urine, I had it examined,
and by boiling, reduced it to molasses,
about half in quantity to the amount of
water used. I at once wrote to her brother,
a physician in the east, who pronounced it
"sugar" or (saccharine) diabetes. He
said he knew of no cure tor it, and that
she probably could not get well; that she
might live for a lew years, but would get
worse all the time.
At-this time, and when we were in de
spair, I saw Warner's Safe Diabets Cure
advertised, purchased a bottle and my wife
has contined using it until she is now per
fectly cured and as well as she has been in
years. I consider Warner's Sate Diabets
Cure a blessing and boon to humanity."
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NEW YORK SUN
For the Campaign.
The Weekly Sun will he found a un ful uuillnry
hv ull who ure earneniy working for tut' reform of
National tiovernnjeut. I'.elievini; tlmt lue evil
which have i-o Ioul' Wot the country can he cured
only by a change of the tmrty in power. The Sun
earnestly purport for rrendtnt aud Vice-I'resi-dent,
UaiiCock uhd Eni;lih.
In order thut all iuo who pympatlilzu with unri
Viirpoce tuny mimt emeu ntly co-operate witn u.
we will (-end The Weeuly Sun to chili, or ciDL'lu
nhcriher.poft pnid.fur TWENTY-FIVE C'ENlS
lur:he text three month Addr;
THE SI N. New York Sun.
1JARENTS In carch of chool for Ihuirr nlldren
will find jiroi-pectunes of thu beat In the country
Piuckney's School and College Direc
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ttiebeet wav, mid me the manv kludx of merchan
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