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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treaaurer- II. I'. I'arker.
CounHtlur Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marhal-('. I). Arter.
. Attorney -W.Q. MrOc.
i'olico MaxilraU!-J..f. nird.
HOAI'.U or aUiKKMIN.
KirHt Ward -(Ji'O. Yocuin, V in. O'Callaliao.
Second Ward-Wood KittentioPHC, N. 11. TbiMle
wood. Third Ward - W. P. WrlKht. .lolin Wood.
Fourth Ward - Charb (). I'atler, 1. J. Koliy.
l'iltli Ward-T. W. Halliday, Clim. Lancaster.
County Oflloprs. x
'in nit J iidtjf - A. Darker.
Circuit Clerk -J A. Hf -.-.
County Judgi! K. S Vocuu).
County Clirk-S. J. lluuim
County Attorney- W. C. Mulkfv.
County Tn-aaarer A. J. Allien.
rb' riff-John Hodge.
Coroni-r- ll. Kitage-a.t..
( uiini v ( oinmlaaioucre-
T. W. Halliday, il. V
KI!ll.'AN M. K. KoihUi nth lirt. between
Waiuuland Cedar trcet; u-rviee Sabbath 11
a in. and ":' p. m.; r-uuday Hi liuol 1 :'M i. ui.
t'HKIMTlAN- Eighteenth tr.et; meeting, h-ab-'
tiavh 10:10 p in. ; preaching occasionally.
f MM;H'M K TIIK lIEfMinM KR tEBicnpiil)
J louri'entu atrect; Morning prayer tlabbuth
Hi:)) a iu.; evuiuj; player, v: W p. in : r-abtialh
c huol 1 a iu. Iter Si. J . Iillion L -v. Hector.
I H.ST MISSIONARY IIAITI.vr ( II1IK 11
I I'reatulin at !(): a in.. .! p. m . and " . tn.
Sadbsih ' houl at "M . m. Ilev 'J'. J. huore,
Jl'TIIKItAN -Thirteen'h itrect ; aervlrc Sub
J Ijatli 1! a. m. and ?::) p. in ; Sunday ai huo! Ma.
iii. Ilev. bairn' mi'T. oator.
MKTHODIST .'or. Uielith and Waluul atreeta:
Preaching Sabbath I1) M a. ni. and 7 . Hi. ;
prayer meeting, Wedm-adav ' .. p. in ; Sunday
N.a'uul, 4 p in. liev A I. Morn-ou. p:u".or.
1)HKSttYTKKI AN - KiaUtb Ul : pwUinjf on
Sabbath al 11:00 a rn. and 7.:p. iu ; praw-r
uri'UBK Wedneadar at ':.HIi.m.; Sunday r-cbool
at 5 p an. v. li. V . Oeorge, pator.
SKCOM) KUKKWIII. IIAITI-T - Kiffn th
atreet Wa'ntu and Cedar :rct; aer-
view sabbath at I and T..H" p m.
ST. JOsKIMIH Oiomau Catholic) Corner (rn
and Walnut ttre-t, ; aernlce hVath 10::ioa.
tu ; Sunday School all p. ui : Veapera 1 p ni ; aer
ie'.. e every day at S p. m.
ST. I'Vri'.li'K'S ilUmao Cathoiiri CornT Ninth
atfeet and WaahinuloO avrnur; Krvin Sab
oath aud in a in ; p'-r 8 p ro ; fcndav School
'.'p in. ; inni fvi-ry day at p in. Hr f . Zabfl,
f KNKKA1. WKI.IVKUY op-n
.Hj a. ui ; tiift-
, I !:.') p m ; snnrta : to f a ra
UniirT Ord.'i De-jaiimen'. oUi'U at t . m.: tloc
Hi p.m. , . .
Tiiion3 Hipri4 Va.'.i via II. ;C" t'-ntrs. and
Al wifmppl ( vutral l(iii.'ii! iiow at !'.' t1 p m.
I'tiro and I'.ip.ar Bluff Tbioub and Way Mail
c:iw- at f V) u. m
War Miil via lllinoi ivniral. Cairo and m
imoi aud Mif'.:ppi Central ltaiiroads clou: al
J Wi p m
Way Vj.i1 for Narrn l.'i- Kaiiroad rliaca at S
a m '
Ca;ro and Kvaiioril" Vwt KmW fio-t at .;.M
p. m. dai.y j.ivpt Krldv i.
(1AIKO CIT FKKliY CO.
i.inf. ir.Ava tiivn
fjot Koar'.b M;ouri land ? Kntoi ky I.d r-
K a in 810 a m i a. iu
Hi a ai 10: H a in 11 a n.
i p. o. ,':Mii p.m. . 3 p in
4 I) in 4 p in. P m
JLiTnT) IS TThNTUAL U. K.
THMNS l.l.AVK CAIItll
Mi,l at 11 4 p m Imiiv
Ktm-a at 1 in p m Daily
Kndfhl at 4 mi a m .. arcpt Sunday
I ri'ljibt al .... a im p.m rii ipt Sunday
AHUIVi: AT I'MKO
Will at 4 :ia0 a ni Daily
Kiprt. ....'.':) p in nccpl Snuclay
Fri'ilii 1:10 a m....i'Xci'pl Monday
Krciijii: .... K: ap.m . . ..ct vlt S;;mUy
.1 MKs JOHNSON. (ifuiTHl A;." UI
MHO t ST. LOUIS U. K.
II. W.SMITIIKKS, lti't-4'ivor.
sH(ltii;ST SHOUT LINK UKTWKKX
CAIKO AND ST. I.l'IS.
'hroncli Kxpro 'cavca Cairo 10:00 a in
Uiontili Kpri-aa arrlvca t K. St 1-ouin. (i:lp.m.
iljronch KTprca li-va K. St. Uiuia.,.. f::Ja.m.
ThrouKli Kxproan arrlvi'K at (.'airn 5:15 p.m.
MurphvulioM accommodation Icavi'aCalro 1 15p.m.
M'.i'plijri'buro Arc. arrivca al Murpliyahoro H:V p.m.
Murjiuyaboro Acr, leun- Murphyxboro. . V -ni.
; Murphabi)rii Acc. arrivoa al Cairo li &5p m.
TlinCairnA St. l.oula Hull Homl la the only all
Kail Homo brtftwn Calm and St. I.oiiia limit r on
uiaiia;i'nu'Ut, thrrrfurs thiTo an1 no ilidiiya at
any a'.nttnnii awaiting coniii'cilona from olhiT lln.
loi' and Hurt' t'oiiiii.rtloiiK al SI. I.oula Willi othiT
LiuoK lor North. Ket and Weal.
,1. A. N AI'til.K. L. M. JOHNSON,
A''nt. OoiH'ral Manatfir.
aTkO iurlNCKNNES 11. It.
iWivTifiPW xrv: itM-
t1 I.VTIIE SHOKTKST ROUTE TO
47 AMI VCTIIR SIIOUTKST TO LOUIS.
II 111 1 lii VII.1.R. CINCINNATI, HAL
TIMORK AND WASHINOTON.
ni Alll VQTIIK S1IOHTEST TO INDIAN
)! M I lilH AI'ol.lS.I'lllI.AUKLl'IIIA.NliW
ytlllK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over Irulua ol all oilier roulea inakliii; tli" nf
1 1f l'ai'iiLer by other ronli' to make fnnner
Mona mnat ride till nlgbl. w allln fiom one In alx
hiima lit Kin n 1 1 coitiiliv atallou for train ol' t'UU
I J I'' M V 1 It 1'' 1 1 1 ' ACT and Inkf our 4 :4..
villi', luilliiii'ipnlla. ( 'ltat-1tna.il I anil l.iiiil-vllle auiili'
iliie TiiiIii. b' and anlve nt Culm a- follow:
Mull leuvea 4 :4ft a.m.
Mull lllllvet Ill Mill li. Ill
Tlnoiigli lli-lielt, and iliei'k to all IiiiiiuiIiiiiI
V. A. MILLER ItOHWKI.L M U.I .K It.
iinn'l Hm, Ail. Oeneial Sup'l
In B. CUL' HC H, t'liU'lig-'t Akimii
Corner Twelfth Street.
BI N DIXG
Of all descriptions to order at
'To Oiilcr on Short Notice
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Found
Note Heads. ran G Pound
Hill Heads. U and Ui Pound
Statements. 5 and (Pound
AM. FIRST-CLASS PAPEli.
Kuvclopes. Tags. Pards,
'While ai-ii Colored
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
NEW OIN SHOP,
II, E. 1NCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cotnmprrlul Ave., opposite Seifnlh at.
(JAUtO, : : : ILLINOIS-
fiuH.), l'istolK, Sal' and Locks Jlt'iHiired.
Keys Made to order.
C HOKS BOIiINO ON BRKACH I.OADINli CiUNS
A HI'ECi ALTY.
All work guaranteed aatU factory, il cheaper rates
han can be obtained al any other plate In the city.
WHOLESALE WISK AND LIQUORS
Wholeaaic and Retail Di alera In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of nil Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have concUutly a larqe
atock of tu: h n pwin In the market and in'.
i-apeclal attention to the whoietale branch af the
P. M. Stockfleth. Freilolinliron.
Suatfon to Y. M SioUfietU,
Iliilorti'B wntl "V1h1k;1 ilalra in
Foreign and Duinestie
LIQUORS AND WINF
Uliiin'. Keliy Inland, Catala. Ca!iforn!a and im
porud I'orl. Stierry, Mdara W inea and Cham-
NO. ti-i OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
liOOTS AND SH0IX
lanafaciur' r arid Dt-airr in
ROOTS AND SHOES.
A I. SO
IeatluT and .Findings
No. t) Coir.merciai Ave., Bi-t. Filth and Siiih Sla.
C'AIKO, 1 1.I.lNOls,
Keep ror.atanlly on hai.d a laro a-nrtment of
ient and I.adiei lloote and Shtn-f of all nyU-a
and mzc. and of thi- very bt-t of St I.ouif. and
Cinriuuali Handmade work: fold clieapt-r lliiin
rv.-r before, anil cheaper than like good t au be b
taim d iu thlc city.
Ainu, alwaji" oii land a lart;e no k of l.eaiherand
KitidiUjj. of "all denriptiou, i-oij very done.
XEY MEAT MARKET.
Siifnuf the I!;iffa!o Head
No SO. Ohio i
K0P.HLKR P.K0S., l'roprietoi si,
A fall and complete anptilv of the bett of all
klnda meat alwaya ou hand. Order filled ll auy
hour, day ornight.
IJealor in LVewh M oat.
Hetwren Washington ii.l Corn
itieri'litl Ay, tutioiiiintf J Ian m.VM.
KEEPS for lalcthe heat Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
l.amb. Sanaaze, Ac. aud I prepared loierte
luinllie iu an arcepiable manner.
PKOI'UIETOH OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholowilo Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE ('Alt LOADOHTON, WELL
PACKED l'OR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MORNING, APRIL 8, 107!).
I never ah all
Forget the First Dose.
Dear Mir,- I bate been a treat anfferer from drop
ay. I wan coiillncd to my honnc- more than a yiar.
Six inonlba or Hie time l wan emirelv helpleaa. I
wa obllfred to l ive two men help me'ln and out of
bed. 1 waKKWolii-n 19 b,., ur)(er than mv nam
ral aize "ound try wain. I nutU-red all 'a man
could and live. I tried all remedieH for drupny, 1
bad three diBerem doctor-. My Irieudn all expect
ed I would Hie; irony nij-hti 1 expected to die be
rore morulUK. Ai la-t eeetlne wa Kent to me by
a frlelid. I never .hall forget the flrct done. I could
realize ill uood efteia from day to day; 1 waa tet
tiH betler. Aflr I had taken come 5 or tS bottle!
1 could aleepqu,,. well nlvht. I b--'an to caln
now quite fuM n,.r unx H()lni! , hotllfn. I
could walk rrom uR. part of my room to the other.
My appetite wan c mm! ; ltlft t)t,r hlld , ,htim
dieappenred. I k pt taking the Veiretlue iiulil 1 ru
tiaincd my unual lealth. 1 heard of a (Treat many
ture by uoins Vendue after 1 Rot out aud wa ablu
to attend to iny wo.-k. 1 am a carpenter and builder.
1 will a lo hiv il ha. cured an mint ol my wife a or
Neuralgh.. wbu hii migcrcd for more lhau SU yearc.
She raya he iu, 4. ua(i auy nearalia for eight
montha. 1 have giveu one of my children ror
Canker Humor. I have no doubt In mv minrt it
will cure any humor: It Ih a ireat cb antier of the
blood : it la aafv (0 pi ve a child, I w ill recommend
It 10 the world. My father in eighty yean old. and
he eati thi rc la uotbing like II to eive ctrennth and
lire to an aired permm. I can not ho too thankful
lor the line of it. I am. verv (rnitefiillv.
Your-. Jull.S s, NoTTAfiE.
Atx Dn-'RAMK or lli.oon. If Veiruiiue will relieve
pain, cleunae. purify, and t lire null dirieaiea, re.tor
IiiK the patient to perfect health after trying differ
ent phv-iiciauH, many rcniedie. and niBerini; lor
yearn, in It not concliiMve proof, if you lire a aufferer,
)u tan bu cured; Wbvinthin inV-dlclne perform
lug ftirh greatcurei-; It work- in the blood, in the
circulating fluid. It cau truly be called the dreul
Mlood I'unller. Th? great aou'rep of dineaxr origin.
atex in the blood; raid no medicine that doeo uot
act directly upon it. to purify and renovate, tia- any
jual ciaiui upou puUic attention.
I ove my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Nmi'Oi'.T, Ky., Apr. -JO. IsT'.l
Mr. K. li. Stkvkn.:
Dear Sir: liav'nciufered from a breukliig out of
CankerouH Korea for more than five yearc, i auaed
by an accident ii a fraitured bone, w'hii h fracture
ran into a rnunii.g aore, and have uaed evervthiug
I could think of, and lio.hiug helped me until I bail
taken ail boltlea of youi valuuble medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apottivca'.v. P com mended very high
ly. The aixiti bottle enrol me. and nil I rauVay ia.
tliat 1 owe my health to 'our valuable Yegetiue.
Your mort obedient -rvant.
A-1IKKT YON HOKDER.
"It is utinece-iary for ne to enumerate thedia
eaaea lor which the Vr.ot-risE -bould be uaed. I
know or no d!-aae whicn will not admit oi it uae
with go(vdreauila Alniort inuumeralilecomplainta
are cauaeil by poi-onoua ai'i ret.oua in the blooil.
whi".h can be entirely i-Apelcd from the ayaum by
the uae of the Vkoktink. When the blood is per
fectly ciranaed, the diaeaai- rapidly yielda; all paina
teaae: nealtny a-tion ib prompt.y reaioreu. ana the
patient in t iirei;.
Cured me wlien the
Cim'innati, 0.. Apr. in, la,;.
Mil II. K Stevkx.:-
Deur Sir: I w:ii aeriou-ly troubled with Kidney
Complaint for a long time. 1 have cotiaulted tli'e
b'--t doctors in tbia citv. I have n-ed your V elk
tinr l' ia nlaaaae, aiid II naa enred me when the
doctor failed to do 90.
Your truly, ERNEST DI KKiAN.
Kealden e. (p-.'l IJ.k e street:
I'luwof bliaineaa. 37i Cent Ave
H. II STEVENS, I!()ST(N, MASS.
Vpgctine is Sold T.y all Dncsrists.
Jtaalt IliSKLK, N. U. TlllKTI IWlNiIi. J, 11 MoOIlE
H 1 K LE, Til ISTLEWOOU
Fanner's Tohicoo Wsirchono
No. 1 -'- an! T, Comuiercial Avuuiie.
M1KO, II. I..
t ty Liberal Advinceineuta mnde on ( oualli
meuta ni' Tobacco. I-lour, and tirain.
If Aji nt Iii! lilar. Scotl & Co llire-hlng nut
chine, poroible aav mill ami threading engine"
Agent lort.'hauipini hsrvcHting lul.hiui a. mowera
VLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
lltrlipst Ciusli Price Tuid for Wheat.
( AKI'KNTF.R AND CONTRACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Cakpkxtku and Contractor.
SHOP OS TENTH STItr.KT.
I'leiweeu Waaliluutun mil Wnlinil.)
K-.tii;iii.es on buildings, en lussivs I'.v Hi p
nr oilier wise nmdo on short notice.
1 1,1. work I nt lifted to li im will receive promfl
.1 ,n iitlna, iitid tMilbt-exei'Mtcdlu a cat fciiy
MARKETS 11Y TELEGRAPH
LiVEBi-oor, April 7,3:00 r. m, -Wheat
dull-Winter, 8s Htl9s 2d; Hpring, 7s
Od 08s 2d; Citliforuia average, 8s 10d
9s 4d; California club, 9i ItilOs 8d. Corn
new 4s 6d.
NEW TOItK tlflAIN.
New York, April 7, 12:05 v. a.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, 1 04 1 06;
No. 2 Milwaukee, l 00; Iti-d Win
ter, $1 04(?41 lfljNa 2 Winter,
II 14 1; No. 2 Amlier, $1 12(ff.l 12f
Corn quiet Steamer, 45; No. li, 44?.f
IIICAOO (iRMN AND PUODt CE.
CiiKAtio, April 7, 10 A. m. Pork
May, 10 42,',' 10 45; June, $10 55.
Corn May, a5;Va.j.'0'; June, 30?s'.
Wheat-May, D4&j4; June, P5JL,'.
Chkaoo, April 7, 12:00 m. Corn-
Mny, :i:Jb ; Juue, JJC.i,'. Wheat -May,
93J-8; June, ()4'B. Pork -May, $10 50
10 52','; Juno. (10 02)i10 05.
CiUCAOO, April 7, 2:110 r. M. Wheat,
May, 94,yfj95; April, tiOtiiKO?,,'. Corn
May, lie'Jf.i ; June, iiOiC. Pork
-May.flO U72ai0 40; June, $10 50
special to the Time Journal.
Washimitos, April 5. The discussion
waxud hotter than any pevious day sinre
the dfliatu commenced, hut it was not mark
ed by the kind of speeches that find their
way into print, save the record. Aiken, of
South Carolina, and Haskell, ol Kansas re
uvea me noiiicr rutnau war, Having inau
gurated the rebellion. John lirown had
to do duty again. The acts of the kuktux
were vividly painted, after which each of
tin; gentlemen protested that they did uot
desire to do aught to revive the memories
TIIK I.O.ST, AND 111.0(11)1' WAK,
and all was serene again. It was after 3
o'clock before a vote was reached, which
resulted in the passage ot the amendment
by a vote ot 14S yeas to 122 nays. The ac
tion of Creenbackcrs in voting for the
amendment made a majority much larger
than was expected. Notwithstanding the
deciples of l)e Da Matyr have repeatedly
stated that they would not vote for the
amendment as a rider to the bill, they at the
last moment agreed at ttm instance of the
preachei, or vote with the Democrats, on
condition that nothing should be done to
oppose, their getting in their
but when immediately after the vote was
announced, Clymer, of Pennsylvania, movi
that the house adjourn till Tuesday, they
saw they had been duped, and they de
nounced the trick in their strongest terms
whereat the Republicans chuckled and said
it was just what they deserved.
De La Matyr has n bill prepared in
which he asks thegovemment to loan a few
bankrupt companies the modest sum of
:150,DOO,000 but which he calls a bill in
the interest of internal improvements.
Tin- committee, on rules will offer
a resolution in the house to
INCltKASK THE St'MUEROK MEM Wilis
on several of the most important commit
tees. Should this plan be objected to.it is
probable that the plan of committing to the
military conimitiee nil appropriations for
the army, and all appropriations lor the.
navv to the committee on naval affairs, and
nil appropriations relating to navigation to
the committee on commerce, will be adopt
ed. In the oigani.iitiwn of the house com
mittees the speaker has becu harnissed
nearly to death by members, nearly all of
whom want the fat places.
DIAIJOLICAL PISTOL PRACTICE.
A HAKMLKSS OLD M N HI1IDI.KI) il Y III'I.I.LTS
AN ATIIOCIOIS CIlt.MK CIIAIK. KA UI.K TO
Til K I'KAC TICli OP AliltVI.NU CON( KALKI)
r'roai Ihe N'w Orleaim Tiue.
Three young white men wenl on a spree
in Pulaski county, Ark., and fur days dis
turbed people by their antics. At length
thev brought their frolic to a climax by
taking an aged and inoiTensive negro into
the woods and compelled him to hold ap
ple on his head for them to shoot oil'. A
lYellv aimed bullet soon wnt into his arm,
and lie begged them to ttop the murderous
sport, but they only laughed at his fright,
and before long ho was wounded in the leg,
bringing him to the ground. Then he
angrily cursed them and they retaliated by
emptying their revolvers into his body. The
leader in this outrage was a friendless loa
fer mid there was no delay or difficulty in
nending him to it:ito prison. The other
two, however, had money and influence
wilh which to defeat justice. One was acnt
toa year's imprisonment, but lias obtained
an order for n new trial, is nt large on bail,
aud has just been married. Tim third has
been acijiiilti'd by n confessedly packed
The aWe Is taken from the New Orleans
Pii'iiume of th- 2d of April. It a story
which ought to make every citizen of Ar
kaii-asw ho has pride in the good name of
Ids Mali', or who. wishes hi suite to become
NEW SEItlES-NO. 24G.
prosperous, peaceful and happy, blush for
shame. It seems almost U-yond belief that
Biich a deed of cruelty could have Wen
committed in a community of Christian
people und governed by Christian laws and
principles. Deeds as cruel and barbarou
and crimes more horrible and revolting
have been and are constantly being com
mitted in other sections ot the country;
but they ure prompted by lust, revenge,
avarice or some other one of the passion
which incite bad men to commit crimes. Iu
this case, there were none of the motive r
passions which ure the foundation of all, or
nearly nil, criminal 'acts. Three young men
in a drunken frolic, for the purposes of
amusing themselves, made an old man a
target for their pistol practice, and, because,
he remonstrated with them when they had
wounded him, they deliberately shot him
to death. It does not aggrevate or lessen
the offense that he was a negro. The crime
was just as heinous and tho barbarity just
as great whether the victim was white or
black, What was the motive of these men
for doing this wicked deed.
It docs not appear that they had any ill
feeling toward him, or that he had done
any act which had brought him in bad re
pute in his neighborhood. The statement
is, that he was an inoffensive man and
there is nothing to show that he ever, by
word or deed, harmed or offended any one
The conclusion is therefore irrosistahle,
that he was the victim of that spirit of ruf
fianism and lawlessness which prevadea
every country and every community where
prevails a pernicious public sentiment
which tolerates d-.-ods of blood and violence
and makes heroes of men w ho have the re
putation ot Imviur killed one or more of
These three votng men were not natural
ly criminals.but, unloubtcdly, from their
boyhood up thev tad laariou cither openly
or concealed a pistol or other deadly weap
on, and had been miliar with stones of
shooting affays und bloody recounters.
They Uad come t; regard such things a
commendable ratier than disgraceful, and
looked forward fr an opportunity when
they might acture notoriety by participat
ing in similar alt avs. I heir moral sense
was blunted and brutalized to that extent
that they were net able to distinguish be
tween an act of true courage and manhood
and a cowardly fnd unprovoked murder.
In fact they bad degenerated into that class
j if tti ..il 1 Mrtlln lie 1 it 1 1 1 a ilm-o iltnt
w iu'.ii rvui'TT im (i-i'uiiit.- viud limb UU1U
ishes only vhere deadly weapons are con
sidered as jecessory as pocket knives, and
where hoiucules are frequent and seldom
II it wre considered a dishonorable .
practice t carry a concealed weapon in Pu
laski couity , Arkansas, the State would
not have Jeen disgraced by this deed, or if
such deeis were properly punished there,
these young men would not have commit
ted the lorrible crime. They knew, how
ever, uluost to a certainty, that they would
not be piuished, and perhaps, not disturb
ed. Die not the history of the criminal
justice oi' the ritatc gives them a right to
think wd I bey were not very lar wroug.
One ot tl.em, who had neither character,
money .nor lriends, was sent to the peniten-tinrj-,
when h onojlit ta luivo Luon hung.
Hut the other two, what becaino of them?
They had sociil standing, money and
friends, and the are now honorable and
respected citizens. They will never be pun
ished. Tho coiununity in which they live
tines not demani' it, and the law will never
be enforced w hen? there is such a public
sentiment. It issaid that there is a man
killed in Texas abtost every day in the year
ami in this State the number killed each
year is large. Wio is brought to justice
and punished for ihese crimes? Now and
then the law grasfs some poor and friend
less fellow, but is ie who has money and
friends brought to justice? The question
of how these hwmitides are to be checked
is being agitated till over the South. Men
who never thought of it before are giving
it serious considera ion now, It is to be hop
ed that this agitatioi will not cease until
the practice of carrying concealed weapons
is considered disgraceful, ami until it is
thought that there is inore honor and glory
in peaceful pursuit than in bloody affray
and deeds of violence.
The death hat; ok our country is get
ting tearfully alaming, the average of life
being lessened overyear, without any rea
sonable cause, the tltath resulting generally
from the most msigrigeunt origin. At thi
season of the year especially, a cold is such
n common thing tint in the hurry of every
day life we are apt t overlook the dangers
attending it und oftm find too late, that a
Fever and Lung troible has already set in.
Thousands loose thdr lives in this way
every winter, while 'iad Roshce's Clernun
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, und a large billotadoctorbccnavoided.
For all diseases of the throat und lungs.
Roschec's (ierinun Syrup has proven itscli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect ik-.t
050,001) bottles sold last year without a
single tuilure known.
A Cahd.To all who are suffering from
the errors und iudiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, Ions of man
hood, Ac, I will send n recipe that will cure
you, khke ok en A hi iK. This great remedy
was discovered by u missionary In Sou'Ji
America. Scud a self-addressed envelope tt
the Uev.JostJMi T. Inman, Station 1). New
Not ick. -to am. whom it mayconckrs:
The Cairo ltulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of ite employes, or any on
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, und the unicr must be attached to
the bill when presented, and tio contracts
for advertising or job work ure valid unlet
the same lire endorsed by myself.
K. A. I'VHNKTT. ,
Cnr.w Jackson' to-st Sweet Navr Tobacco