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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 3, 1880.
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TI1K REVOLUTION IN IRELAND.
There is uo doubt that a crisis in the uf
fairs of Ireland is rapidly approaching.
The reasons which kept the Land League
and Ihc Fenians apart have been nearly all
removed by the advance position assumed
by the Land League, and , it is probable
that those two iuvgitnizutiotis will hcreatter
act together. In that ease we may expect
that the revolution now in progress will be
come more aggressive, and will be directed
not only against the land system, but will
seek to overthrow English authority in Ire
land. The recent determination ot the
English government to prosecute the active
leaders of thc-LtuiU Uuflfn the chargo
.nfiitmn. has forced that
organization to take extraordinary
measures for its own protection and to in
sure the continuation of the agitation even
if the leaders ar arrested. The purpose of
the league is to thoroughly organizo all the
tenant farmers, so that when it is determin
ed to ray no more rent next year the move
ment will be general. The landlords will
thus be rendered helpless. It they succeed in
evicting the tenants they will not impiUve
their situation, for the league will not per
mit anyone to rent the unoccupied farms,
Of course, the leading agitators will not be
tried in Ireland. There would be no chance
of convicting them there, where
they have the sympathy of the people.
They will be taken to Englaud where
they will, in all probability, be found
guilty and punished. Ry removing the
leaders the government hopes to strangle
the revolution. Unless all signs fall this
policy of the government will prove ft fail
ure. If the tenant farmers of Ireland are
in earnest, and they certainly seem to be1
Mr. l'arncll and the other leaders of the
league arc not absolutely necessary to the
'.revolution which they have inaugurated
and now direct. There are others behind
them who areas able and determined as
they are who are ready to step to the front.
If wo are not mistaken the arrest
and punishment ol a lew
leaders will tend to give the revolution
a more serious character. Such action will
increase rather tliBn allay excitement, and
if the Irish people are sincere and believe
they are in the right, it will uuite them
rnorcllrmly than ever. Of course, wo can
not foresee what influence the Fenians will
exert iu t!ic present troubles, but if they
are allowed a voice in the direction of
affairs, the chances are that there will be
conflict of at tus on Irish soil before the
winter is over. In a late speech Mr
O'Connor Power said that the condition of
Ireland would become worse before It be
came better. While we do not confess too
much sympathy with this agitator, we are
inclined to ImjIIovo that his prediction is
Givk it to 'he children. Physicians pre
acribe it. Tl nsamls use it. Bold by drill
ist. Dr. li ,1 Cough Syrup. rncu
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
I hereby certify that I have been a pine
tlcing physician lor twenty-seven ycarm
and lor many c hronic ensea In my pructie
lo recommend Warner's Safe Kidney ami
Liver Cure. It was upon my advlen that
0. W. Stumm. editor ot the Industrial Em,
Albia, Iowa, obtained this valuable remedy
A. A. JlAUSAY, M. I).
Caiko, III., Nov. Sml,lN0. j
Mayor Thistlewood ami Alder
men Rlake, llalliday, Ilowley, Linegar,
I'atier, Pettit, Smith, Saup uud Swobodu
On motion of Alderman Ilinkle, meet
ing adjourned to meet Thursday evening,
November 4th, 1S0. I). J. Foi.tv,
TITLE AND WEALTH.
Harper a .Magazine.
When thu American girl lavishes her
smiles and her preference upon the hand
some youth of good family and great for
tune, does she prove herself a snobJ If her
fueling could be analyzed it would be
simply this, that she would willingly
marry him as the condition of an ample
gratification or her social ambitions ami
tastes. Her nurriiige would secure her the
best social positiou and supply her with thu
splendid environment which she desires.
The young English girl sets all her smiles
in the same way for a dissippated young
mariuiH. let us suppose, ignorant and boor
ish and poor,
Rut are not her teeling and purpose the
same as those of her American sister? Is
not her motive the same desire of the best
social position and the gratification of
splcnaid tastes? And is this what is meant
by snobbery 1 Evidently Thackeray's lance
was thrown at something more than tins,
and one of the shrewdest ot women says
that very snobbery is worship of rank as
marking u higher order ol humanity. The
English girl, says this authority, does not
look upon the lnanjuis as the American girl
looks upon the young millionaire, but she
thinks him to be a superior being, and
his willingness fo marry her a 'eoiuleccn
sion. This is the degradation of snobbery, she
argues, that a mere accident, or something
wholly apart from the character or endow
ment "of the person, like the form of his
nose or thu color of his hair, should over
come another person as a kind of celestial
superiority. No American girl can under
stand that anybody is her superior merely
because he is'of a certain family or of a ro
cognized rank, and she would lau;h until
sunset at the suggestion that a man called
a duke, did Iicp a favor, or condescend to
her, ivhcn he proposed to marry her. Snob
bery, according to this view, is the work
ship of rank, ns rank a workship which
levels all moral and mental distinctions,
and eats up the soul.
Rut the desire of money in the case. of
the American also levels such distinctions
and in the same way. There is not an es
sential difference between the feeling which
impels a woman to marry a marquis . be
cause ot his rank, however poor and ignor
aut and repulsive he may be, and that
which persuades her to marry a million-,
aire because of his money. Snobbishness
is the sacrifice of time and labor and
thought and enemy in fact, of life to
mere, worldly display.
The woman who laughs at the pretensions
of social rank and noble title, yet who
given iersdf til a fortune, is liy less a snob
than her Bister who gives iierseu lor a cor
onet. In the one case the coronet stands
for all that the fortune implies iu the other.
If, indeed, rank bo held to be indicative ot
something essentially superior, yielding to
it is more respectable than surrender to
Hkniiy Van Noutwick, of Toledo, Ohio,
says: A menu prcvancu upon me to try
an "Only Lung Pad," and -I obtained im
mediate relief from a racking cough. I
know the Pad helped inc. See Ad.
PROTECT THE LITTLE ONES.
Protect the little ones from the often fa
tal consequences of croup, w ith Dr. Thorn-
Eclectric Oil. It is the king ot all
cough medicines as well as a peerless rem-
dy for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwardly and apply outwardly
Sold by Pai:i. 0. Sciiui, Druggist.
TlllS FLOllfc.NCK NlOliriXOAI.K UK THE
Nuksehv Tlio following Is an extrac
rom a letter written to the German Refom
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Peuu :
A HEN Ki'ACTKKS H,
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
NiL'htiii''ale of the Nursery. Of this we
ore so sure, that we will teach our "Susye
to sav. "A blessinir on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grin
ills', colicking, and teething seige. Mrs
Wins ow's Koothinir Svruii relieves the
:hild from nain. and cures dysentery and
linrihiea. It softens the L'ums, reduces
inlluinmation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely throtifch the teething
period. It performs precisely what she
professes to perforin, every part ol it not
mg less. we have never seen .iirs.
AVinslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we would make her, as she is. a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 85 cents a bottle. CI)
Muh. J. B. Wilson, Tiflln, Ohio, says : I
have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad, and received moro relief than from all
remedies I have ever tried. I cheerfully re
commend it to all sufferers. See Adv.
J.N. Rick, of Toledo, Ohio, say:-My
father, bitore wearing tho "Only Lung
Pad," could not sleep on account ot his vio
lent coughing, since wearing it he has slept
sou.idly cveiy night. See Adv.
Tiiot'RANDS of ladies to-day cherish grate
ful remembrances of the help derived from
the use of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegeta
ble Com pound. It positively cures all fe
male complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E,
Pinkhain, 2M Western avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
Tens of thousand of dollars arc squander
ed yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town professing to cure all
the ills that our poor humanity Is heir to,
why will not the public learn commou
senses and if they are sulfering from dys
pepsia, or liver complaint, invest a dollar in
Spring Blossom, sold by all drutrgiats and
endorsed by the faculty see testimonials.
Prices: 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Rnmchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or aay
affection of the throat or lungs,- we kuow
Dn. Kino's Nlw Discovliiy will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
w here all oilier medicines had failed. .Jig
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dn. Kino's Nfcw Discov
i:nv will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
1 1 ay Fever, consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Iloarsness, or any Throat or
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
OTIuru's drug store,Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottlo free of cost,' or a regular size
bottle for $1 .00 (5)
A' EDITORS ESCAPE.
Ol FICli OK T11K "I.NUlVriUAL KltA," '
Ai.i:ia, Iowa, May St 1880. (
To whom II may concern:
I take great pleasure in making the fol
lowing statement: I have been afflicted
with a disease of the kidneys for the. past
two .years, and have tried numerous reme
dies with only partial nnd temporary relief.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Curewas
recommended to nie.'und after taking it the
pain anil distress left me, and I am to-day
feeling strong and well. I am perfectly
sutisfied that Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure is the medicine needed, and can
cheerfully recommend it to otliers.
(J. V. St.??. ,
Fkllows' Hypophosphites makes un old
person look years younger. "This witness
is true." Would that I could more widely
make it known for ils many virtues. Long
may its inventor lite to see the happy fruits
of his invention.
Ai.KN'AN'i'Kii Claukk, D. D., Amherst, N. S.
To all who arc sulftring from the errors
und indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
any decay, loss ot mannoou, etc.. i win
send a recipe that will cure you, tree of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a seli-audresseu envelope to the J;ev, Joseph
T. Iuman, Station J), New York Ci:y.
TOO SWEET FOR ANYTHING.
T'is sweet to hear a maiden sigh,
T'is sweet to wipe the sparkling Jear drop
Iro.ri her eye,
Ts sweet w hen agony convulse her frame,
A bottle ot Spring Blossom to obtain.
Prices: f0 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
1 CC s-3
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STC'VKS AND TJNWAI'.K.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
.Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER ii SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB W01IK DONE TO OUDEIt.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
JfEW YORK STOKE,
WIIOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEH & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Pii'lm 111
C'omnierciul Avenue I 1,UIU, Jll.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
CAl UO. ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND-HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Richest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
or now worklnit. vhonlil wrlti! u nt onre. We
hnvo the fHteit ellltu nrllclti In the I'lillctl
Hint)', hvee.liil territory ttlveii. liooiln enn ha
tarried lu tmcket. Iininen-n urollta. Thoin III
remlv at work nn-rolnlnu miiiii iinrt.uv "It lienU
Ihi! world.'' ()ooil rinplii uk ilmir, No fnnillT
coiilil well mint wiihoiit 1 lii-tit . Vou ran work st
hoiiiR or Mhrond. To liilrniliicn thin vnl.ulilo In
veiitlon we will H'liil HI X SAM PI K8 uiioq rccidpt
of throti-ciHitii ulninp to tiny ufmtHKe. Yon never
had aneh n cipportiiully hernre, and will never
have it like one niriiln. Ail'lrei., tot mrireitlrn the
tump. I.OI K 1IUX 41 MAUI.liUKU, AB
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
r' 0 H T Y E 1 1 i 1 1 T COf.l'.MNS
$2.00 3?er Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mnuulacturer and denier iu Cuatuni mnUo
ROOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Roots Hiid
Sloes for Roj s'und
Men's wear to he
found iu the city.
'o other shop can
compare with it.
N. It. Allnork wurruiited, ami Hnpalrln m ntly
dono on pImiu notlee.
Iriielitli lletween romincrclal and
ilL;Illll Ol.j Wai-liiiiftoii Ave
Cairo - " Illinois.
Bccti and Shoes
From Running over,
Wearine off ontSeSifle
.and Ripping in the
l'or mW by
.Mamilac'tiirer and denier In
BOOTS AND SHOKS
LWAVS rairlea the
lari'eat und l'rt n'tetli d
Hlock ui (.'iinom-Madii HootK ami Shm-r for
nti nti J LhiIii'k wear of all the laieht rtylva. ali-o
iihvnvH mi liuiui h line ot Eai-l rii timie cokiIh,
1'ahlxT. I.i nth' r ai.rt illiiiL'. Invitvn nil to rail
anil i vimim; s.jod and pricm before pun biiciiig.
m. tm. iJnini ji nt nee to tho'o w no m to eii
(i'j pi.-e in Hie mnit pliacant aud protltable
' l)iiiiuua known. IJs. rvlblui; new.
r ( ipilal n.it reijiilred We will furiiUh
f ' ' iM'rvthiiiL' $10a davand upwiini i y t
t-R'ilv made without clylnc aay frmn
home omt iilht. No rtt-k whatever. Many Ih'W
VforK'T wanted at once. Many are making but
miw at the butinefH. l.adbM tinike a. much a.
men. mid ( onii1' bom and slrln mnae L'reat iiay No
onevho in willitiir to work fail to mak" muri-
mini, v ri.Tv d iy than ran be niadeln a week at any
other emplovinelit. l lioe who nt,:.); at oin
will tine) .i fhort mad to fortune. Aditn-i H.
HAl.l.KTl'i i. U . I'ortlund. Maine
A SEVER-FASLIiiS REMEDY
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and In
terriittopt Fever:., Dumb Ague,
r.nd all Mi'-rir-i Diseases.
Stop tuklni; roUiiiiou . I'm-a!
(itnp taUlnj leuf-,n;t!a in;; (Ji.luln-1
Stop tiklni; tfin.l, '.trur:!! Mrrcuryl
Stop taklcr; (Ihiictikii I . r i !
Htnnd.iri! ( tire ,oii!:il;i i '.' CJoiulnMl
Standard ( urn ron!.ii.i i. .Itercuryl
8tnduril '. ororontaina n 1'i.Uonal
Stand ard Curti la ili-.4nt tu take!
PHICK 50 CKNTS I'KP. UOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau st.N.Y.
And by Drugglats.
i. timi K 'ik Cit Ci.riiK,
i aihd. Iu., irt I
Keitli d propoxala will be reei hi'd al thl olllrv.
(lire' ted io the ci'y ( oiini il of the city of I mm,
'lilt I 'lo'cloiu p til. ol Tii.-mIbv, November li.tli,
1HM, for lumiMiir-K tli niati'iial and iloln the
work, or iloiiiij the work inceMary foe
the ronMi nc lion and recon.truitioii of
tho foilowinif i-iilewiilkH. vl.: To be
coiiMMeft'd ol woud: On th" northerly aide of
Twei.'tli ure' l. from w ni-hiiik'ton avenue to Wal
nut ctr.-et; on the nor'lierly aide of Kourlernth
atreet. In ft nit of Iota No. !, :il. .Ti. .Hi und V, In
bloi kNo. 7j. To ! recoiiatriiete.l of wood: (In
the WHterly aide of afhlouton im-nue front bilih
to Sixth "trceiH.
To he conftriicled or brlek : tin northerly aide ol
El:hl!i "treet from t'ommer :lal to Wailiitii;t"U av-
eniK1: unlMitli aiilea ol mxiii nrei'i iroin i.evee
atreet to Coininereial avenue. To 1m reronatruet
edof ciudera ur itrnvel. in Hen of old wooden
walk, on tho aoulh aide of Thirty-fourth atreet
from Contncrcrcliil avenue to a point !t,5 fin't. 'bkI
from SyruK'Sarc atreet ; provided by ordinance
No .'r'. approved September JTth, IMii, which l on
tile In thiii olllee and iubjuct to examlniitlon at any
The rlc;ht to reject anr and all hlda recerved by
the city. I). J. FOLK Y. City Clerk.
)Yourielvea by milking mon
ey wh"n a gulden rhaneo la
oir.'rcd. thereby alwaya
keeping ooverly from your
' door. Tb one who alwaya
take advpntii'e of the uood
chnncea for maklnu money that are offered, L'cneral
ly become wealthy, while lboe who do not Im
prove auch chaneea remiilu In povertv. Wo want
many men, omen, boyi1 and ilrl to do work for ua
rl(-ht Iu their own loealltlea, The hualneHH will
p,iy mure tlinn ten timea ordlnaty wai;ea. Wu
furnlch an rxpenaenalve ontlll and all that yon
need fren. No one who rniiiieH faila to make
money rapidly. You can devote ycur whole time
to the work, or only your apart momenta. Full
Information and all that l needed nent freo. Ad
dupa ST1NSUN it CO.. I'ortland, .Mulnu,
Obtained for new Inventiona. or for linprovetnanla
onoldanea; tor memr.ai or oiiicrcumpouiiiia, trade
marka and luhela. Caveata," Aaalfumetita, Inter
fureucea, Appeala. Bulla for Infringement, and
all caana arlaliiK under the Patent Lawa, prompt
ly attended to. Invention. Hint have been
hw ili tmiiii by tho Patent Olllee mavatlll
IlIjJr.A.'J.JJLnmoatcaaea, be patented In
oa. Bolnic fPPnllJ the L'. 8. Patent Department
and ancanod in patent Dtiaineaa exclu.lvely, we can
m n U n rloarr aearchea. and aecuro Patent morn
promptly, anu witu broader ciuirua, man tboto whu
are remote from Wahlli;tnn,
I V V V MlYVIf U """' noll f" aketch f
liN V Till J.UJIO vour devices wn make ex
amination and advlan aa to patentability, free ol
charge. All eorreapntnlence atrlctly cniilldenllnl.
I'lir.et low, anil no charge unleaa PaUnt la acruMd,
Wo refer in Waalilnuton, to Hon Poatmaaior
Qnnenil I. M. Key, llcv. F. D.I'ower Tho (lerman
American National Hank, to nfflclaia In the II, H.
Patent Office, and to Senator and llepreaeutiitlve
In Cnnere! nd eapuclullv to rmr client In every
Bute in the t'ulon and tn Canada. Addrmt
O. A. SNOW & CO.
Oppoilta Pat nt Office. Wartilnrton 1). 0
V c A - yM
t!TiVv(it' -SSL ' ' H
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Kt lim'CM.
Ami Cna I'rovo What we Claim.
tyThero am no falltina and no dlaappolnl
uieina. If you aru troubled with hICK IIKa7
AC1IK you cau be eu-ily and iUickly cured, a
hiiinlreiVt Uuveheeii already. We oliall be pleaaed
to mall a aheei of tenlluioliiala to any intm l"(l
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure b!I lornie ol Illcon-riea., prevent ( nnall
patlon and Hy-pcpyla, prnmote lilcealioii. relieve
iptriK from too hearty entlni;. rorreel IHaordrra
of the Stiimncli. Hlimiilate I lie Liver, inn! I!i piiiate
the Hurt. Iii '1'iey do all lliln by laUluir jual one
little pill at a doe. 'I h'-y are p.iraiy vegetable, d
not trip.' or pur". nun are an nearly perfect a
it Is po; -ilde for a pill to be. Price '.Ti Cet ti-, 5 for
$1. Sold by ilra;';lt evervwliere or -lit h) ni.il',.
t 'Alii Kit MKIMUNF. CO . KIM U. I'A.
To Xervoun Slllleri r.---'i')ie. (Jrent Kmopenn Ki-ul-
cilv-Iir. .1. H. SiinpKjiSSpeeitli' Medii'lna.
Ir .1 . U. Siinpi,uu'a ("tiecllli' .Mi dii Itie t a po:
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea, liiipnleni v. Weuknea
ami all dlxeaaea riMiltinu Irnm Self Ab'ui.,;. aa Nei
voii Iiebllity, Irrllahilliv. Mi n'ul Anxiety. Laiiiuor.
Laaaltiide, I)eprii.toii ofSplrlli and tuui tlonal tie
ralixemi ma ol the Nrrvotia Symein ceui-rallv 1'ainw
ill Hark or Side. I.ii.k of .Vemn-v. I'remaiiir" dpi
Aii' alio 0 ifeaiea
Hint leail to ( on
ly and an early
crave, ur both,
)Ko matter how
r-hatn reil t b e
avail-in may be
from exeeaai a of
any kind, a ahoit
Collra,' HI tin. mi cJU.Ilie w HI real,, re III,' l, at Iti III
tloua and tirocnrv health and happlne, hi re be
fore wua deapniiilency and iiloorn. The Spenlb'
Aleilicliiu la being Uaid wlib wenderfui am
I'a in pb let. ent free to all. Wild f, r ; t, m mi t
pet fii'I particiilara.
I'rli e. sperlllc. l '0 per park'tfe. cr ' pad.
-' for f.'. lai Will be atut by mall on rec'lpt or
Uiotii T. Addre all orderii,
.1 II. SIMPSON S MKIiIt INK CO.,
Sua. H'l and H Main St., Huffaio, N. Y .
(ill AY'S SI'KCIFIC MFI'H INK.
TRADE MABK.Tbo (ireal Euyltali 1 ItAIlK MARK
'nieav, an nn
Jkh fatllti).'' cure tor
jT9 mJ u....,.ul U-....I..
Sper mat orrbora,
Inipotenry. and all
dl.eaaea thai fol
low aa a ron-e-uueuie
T t Z. rn i a'lU.e; aa lo-a orth
JJtlOre TakWt'memory. univeraal
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