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' THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 32, 18S0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COTNTT.
Viosavx, the French billiardst, will Dot
again accept a challenge from S'.osson.
The London Tiaes attributes the propo
sition to abrogate the Cluyton-Eulwer treaty
to De Lesseps. It can understand the jeal
ousy of the Americans in the matter of for
eign interference, but thinks the treaty
soon to be set aside forbids in express words
the very thing they seek to guard ngu'mst.
. The Rhode Island women are clamoring
for suffrage -on the same terms as men."
If they get the legislature to give them
such terms, a very small portion of them
can vote, lor one-third of the voters of the
8ti.tc are disfranchised by Rhode Island's
Turkey is suffering from misrule r.nd na
tional bankruptcy. There is no money in
the treasury, the army r.nd navy contract
ors arc unpaid, and a shutting off of sup
plies is imminent. The porte hf:s shown
itself so incapable of governing the empire
that the better classes hope the great pow
ers will soon make a change ot some kind.
Mek-us. Carfentek and Blaine made
speeches on the Geneva award bill in the
senate, the former paying It is respects to
the latter at some length, and subduing his
exuberance not a little. A laige crowd had
assembled in anticipation of a heated con
troversy, but nothing of the kind occurred.
The debate on this question, freely partici
pated in, as it has been, by the wisest law
yers of the senate, lias not afforded Mr.
Maine the best opportunity to exhibit his
peculiar powers of oratory, a fact which
he, at least, seems to appreciate.
The Chicago Tribune offers prizes fur
the solution of Logan's speeches with
about the same recklessness that character
ized the author ot the 13-13-14 puzzle. It
will give the first person who unravels the
following passage from the hist round of
Logan's Chicago battle with the Anglo
Saxon tongue, the choice between a sewing
machine or a ticket to the races:
"Grant's four yeas to come, with his ex
perience, will cement the union together as
to-day it is, or ought to be, considered as
being cemented by the blood of patriotism.
Iron blistered in passing through fire and
steam, should be considered as wine from
the trodden grape; as gems from the Gol
coudas, and each and every lake and river
in its rippling should murmur pieaus to the
grandeur of this mighty nation of ours;
and it should be preserved; and with
Grant at its head, with our (lag floating on
every part of this land and whitening every
sea, with our commerce floating every
where, with the man at the head of our
government whom every natiou knows will
preserve the rights ot this country aguiust
Kearney has had Lis head shaved
and in a striped suit, made according to
the regulations of the California penitenti
ary, was put to work for that state. China
town should have been illuminated, and.
do doubt, would, if its inhabitants did not
have a great fear of tho prejudice- which
(oarney excited, and which has not been
wnl litf iia trial ttml PAinlin..nnt!..
j uw bi vviivit UllJUWUU U
tGh(il Rnnd-lnttrr. Thorn U u urm
sentiment a naturally strong prejudice, a
race prejudice against the man of the
queu, who lives on rat-tail soup and works
for starvation wages; and lie is wiso enough
in know that it is not because of
lils declared enmity to him that Kearney
lias been punished, but because lie threat
ened the lives and property of the people
of a great city, because ho was mi incen
diary, a fire-brand, who prostituted the ballot-box
to nefarious purposes, and de
stroyed tho confidence of the people by ar
raying class against class threatening an
archy, confusion and disintegration of so
ciety itself. Kearney has been justly and
properly punished, and it is earnestly to be
hoped that his will be an example to re
strain frothy demagogues everywhere in
the future, to restrain them within tho
limits of a decent respect for the rights
which the constitution guarantees to every
citizen of the republic.
I see a paragraph floating around the
newspapers to the effect that Senator Henry
G. Davis is the richest man in West Vir
ginia. I guess tnis is true, and, like all
rich men in congress, he did not Inherit,
but earned his money. When he was
seventeen years old Senator Davis was a
brakemau on the Baltimore & Ohio rail
road. He was promoted frmn one position
to another until lie became a man of con
siderable importance upon the road, when
he found more lucrative employment as
superintendent of coal mines iu West Vir
ginia. Here he began to grow rich, until
by able management and wise forsight he
has accumulated an immense fortune.
Senator Davis is a man of some oddities,
and often annoys his fellow senators with
the persistency with which he pursues
whatever he undertakes, whether it be an
ignus fatuus or something practical; but,
leaving the hobbies out of consideration, lie
is an excellent man and a useful senator.
The rich congressmen are Newberry of
Mic higan, Morton and Starin of New York,
Loiing and Russell of Massachusetts, Sin
gleton of Illinois: and the rich senators
Rre Sharon and Davis of Nevada, Don
Cameron, Davis of West Virginia and Da
vis of Illinois, McPherson of New Jersey
and Baldwin of Michigan; and, as I stat
ed, they all commenced life iu poor and
Senator Baldwin made his money in the
mercantile business, commencing in a small
way in Detroit in lb'3?, about the time the
late Senator Chandler commenced.
Congressman Newberry made his money
in manufacturing. He has been a jack at
all trades, a railroad man, a civil engineer,
a lawyer and a manufacturer. He is now
president of thirty-five corporations for
Judge Davis, of Illinois, made his If
wise investments in the early history of
that state. Gen. Singleton made his in a
Morton, of New York, commenced early
as a merchant, and moved from New Eng
land to New York just in time to catch the
flood time at the commencement of the
war. Mr. Starin was a clerk in a drug
store when he was a boy, but got a begin
ning ns a boatman and now controls more
water crafts than any man in the world.
Sharon and Junes made their money in
McPherson. ot New Jersey, in cattle
Lorincr and Russell in manufacturing.
WOMAN'S RIGHTS BOOM.
Woman's rights got a tremeuuous boom
the other day in Cleveland, Ohio. A young
lady was passing along a street in this city,
swinging her purse; containing twenty dol
lars, in her hand. A thief caught her hand
and made off with the purse; but she,
nothing daunted, inad-j after him. Her
feet were a trifle large No. 5 shoes but,
nevertheless, she made such rapid progress,
shrieking in the meanwhile, that the fel
low dropped the purse,' but kept on the even
tenor of his way. She loosened her over
skirt of poplin, as it caught too much wind,
and let it go. Her bonnet slipped off her
head on to her shoulder", but she took out
a hair-pin. and away it went. Her back
hair came down, and a $2.30 blonde switch
fell into the gutter. Still she kept on.
Her mind was made up to catch that thief.
Oh! the perseverance of woman! . Her
front hair was streaming over her face, She
lost botli her garters; her striped stockings
were down at the heels. Though the ther
mometer was at twenty-four degrees, yet
her tight lacing and the exercise brought
out the perspiration fearfully. But she
was determined to catch that thief; and
she did. Just as the hooks in her under
dress gave way the grasped the thief, and
once having hold, nothing could shake her
off. She handed him to a policeman and
then retraced her steps, gathering up the
lost toilette. We venture to assert that
that girl will maintain her own rights, and
the man who marries her w ill have to sup
Til ft USELKSSNESS OF PREACHING
Rev. llctiry Ward Reedier.
Th'-re is no faculty in the human snul
that is not right in its primary nature, but
it is in the uses to which we nut them that
that they are right or wrong. Ot course
tnere are some things which are true that
a minister should not talk about, There
are moral morasses he cannot pass over,
and mountains right in the way of the
preacher that he cannot get over, and one
ot them is fashion. Do von siimmse tlmt I
am such a fool as to suppose that anything
l could say against IuhIiioii would make
one ribbon's difference? If it was the
fushion to turn the toe under the heel you
would go on tiptoe for all that I could say;
and if a wasp-like waist is the fashion,
though the physician may talk against it,
and say it is destructive to health, and if
some Paiisinn harlot had got up that fash
ion, it would go, mid nil the world would
have it. Fashion is even barbaric, gro
tesquo and uu oml'oitable, but to its be
hests you must all confonn. I don't sav
this to help you any; I my it to relieve my.
self. "Do not confoim to the vanity 'of
fashion," it is my duty to sav. but I nay it
with the consciousness that 1 urn a voice
crying in the, wildunic,
Those who wish t practice economy
should buy Carter's Lfttlo Liver Pills,
rorty Pills in a vial; only one pill & dose.
Keep your bowel and kidneys h healthy IU,W1' I J Tl 1 J' I
siirs Literar v Hevo mtioii and
Given t'P rv Doctors. "Is if possible
that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, ami
cured by so simple a remedy?'' '
"I assure you it is true that that lie is
entirely cured, and with nothing bit Hop
Bitters; and only ten days ago his doctors
gave him up and said he must die."
"Well-a day! That is remarkmle! I
will go this day and get some for ny poor
George I know hops are good." Salem
A Great Discovery hy a Gik.vt Man.
This, primarily, is what Wiener's Safe
Nervine is. The treat man isone of the
most famous livintr nhvsicians. I He found
a harmless remedy lor all kin s of pain
others improved it, and the final result is,
the Safe Nervine now manulaetircd by H.
H.Warner & Co.
Another Victim k Kerosink. Last
night while Miss Jenny Robinso), of 1"SS
John street, was trying to liJit the tire
with keroene, tho usual conseqiijnees fol
lowed. A prompt application o Henry's
Carbolic Salvo relieved the pain, and her
recovery, which was at first doubtful, is
now assured. I
THE CELKV.KATED GI.YCEKIN'E lotion
-l give immediate relief, and a radic a cure lor
Rheumatism. X uihIkIr. Malaria.
Intithrria, ruenuionia. Sort- Throit.
Inflammation of the I.unu's. lb:.
Lame. Rack. Inflammation ot the Kidicw. flack
rhc. riits. llunioi.. or Soreuess of the lei t from
whatever cautc. Hum r Wealds. andalilLl'.aninia
tory l)ifvae. "Mii aLiile" will save lie. Do not
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Our illuminated circular eei;t free on r -plication
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Price, V. and fl per bottle.
Trial bottle -J.V.
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Proprietor. 17 llmiidWKV.New York
Trade supplied by Jlomoi. Piuuin.e1 A Co.
rp-r:T "T C:
If yo i would regain health and strerirth. without
the use of ilii:. try Reach' Improved Kleetric
Sponge liell. which we will tcd on trial. A mil
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$j nA WEEK in your own town and no
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II The best opportunity ever oil. red fur
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make (Treat pay fur .very hour tha; you work
Women make as much as nu n. Send for perial
private term and particulars, wliicn w- mull tree,
outfit free, Jloii't complain of l ard times wM!.;
you have such a chance. Adirvtt 11. JIAI.LETT A
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TiI.V. KiK'K AND RYF.
A New Compound. sch-Dtiikaiiv
prepared ! DuKiim Tnlll. OV'tull'.eil llni'k
Candy, old l;e Wlii-kv and mller Tonics. TI.e
Ponn.ila l known to our nest physician, is hlehly
coiiiinend' il bv them, aed the Analyi ol'one o ou'r
innt prominent cheilosis, l'rol. (.', A. Mariner, nf
hi' B'.'n, is on the label of every bottle, p. is a well
knmwi lact to the ineilii nl profession that TOl.t',
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OitiL'h". Cold". Iiilluc-n.a. I'.ronchltU, More Throat.
Weak Lulu's. i.jo i'oiii.'iniptloii, in the incipl' i.!
and advanced flueo of that disease
It can In- ism. m n Rcvi-raye and for an Appc.i
y.vr. inalOii;.' an !! live tonic for Family Use. 'lrv
It, you will ilri'l it plea-ant iu take, of treat si rvli e,
if weak or ilcbiHtalcil. n- it fives Siri-ntti, 'J'oi.e
and Activity to the whole human Irntne.
t Put up In oiart sUe Botlles lor Family u'
LA W 1 1 EN ( E aTmAKTIN,
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"Studvinp the subjert objectively and fiom tho
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which, taken altoi."ther. wlllhn of tint most service
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mid select a coMilete set of llalpcr'a Munlhly."
WIII.KS PlIAM IS AllAHH, Jr.
It content lire contributed by llie mott eminent
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Addre UAKPBU & RUUTUttUS. Nw York.
Hit. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended ns a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that churucter, they stand with
out a rival.
AGTJI'i AND FKVICH.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
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As a simple purgative they arc uneiptaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
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FLEMIMG BROS., Pittshnrffli, Pu.
tho market being full of imitations of the
name McLank, spelled differently but same
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A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INH'R
WIDOWS' k ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July 14th, 177, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois..
Copprightcd July Ib77, under
Act of Co ngress.
WILLIAM STKATTON. Pi:r.iF.ST.
Mas. A. P. TAYLOR, - - Wi-Fkkii.nt.
J. A. GOLUsTlNE.
I) it. .7. J. GORDON,
r.OAPi) OF MANAOLIiSi:
4. J. GORDON. Plivsiciari Cairo. I. is
Mr-. A. P. TAYLOR. Mipi-rintcLticLt of
Mchools. Alexander C ountv " "
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