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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 17, 1884.
Is your Life worth a Dollar?
Perhaps that seems a nigh price
for it, considering how poor your
blood is, and how your whole sys
tem is prostrated, debilitated, and
enfeebled. People have been heard
to say, under' such circumstances,
that they would not give the toss
of a copper for the choice between
life and death. But when it comes
to actually drawing near the grave,
a man naturally draws back, and
says he does not want to die. Life
is very precious, and even to a broken-down
man it is worth saving,
One dollar will buy a bottle of
Brawn's Iron Bitters. That one
dollar may start you on the road
from misery to recovery. A man
must take a very mean view of
himself who is not willing to invest
that much in making one serious
effort to ruscue himself from deadly
debility, and to step into the en
joyment of solid health. Broum's
Iron Bitters vitalizes the blood,
tones the nerves, and rebuilds the
system. Its work is well known.
Invest that dollar in a bottle. 8
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort U the moat aiiocaeafal remedy
Xrrerund." Dr. P. 0. BaUoa, Monktoa, Vfc
"Kidney-Wort U always reUebU.H
Dr. . N. Clark, So. Em, W
"Kidney-Wort haa cured my 1ft after two years
oflanog." Sr. 0. If . Bnmmerlln, Sua Hill, G.
IN THOUSANDS OF OASIS
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tar It eleaaaee the Bleed aad Itraaartheat aad
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vectored, The Lire la eleaaaed of aUdlaessa,
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mci, ti o UQcra oa bit, sou bt BWom.
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The rfaunet'c Garment" are adapted to alleges,
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lUUed oa receipt ot W II sF
ropristera aad Manu
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arxBjpsajasar tanwa i ty iwr-j irrviiiiii'M saw mw iuwiP vm
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People Will Talk.
Tou may get through the world, but 'twill be
If you listen to all that Is said as you go;
You'll be worried and (rotted and kept in a
For meddlesome tongues must have soma
thing to do,
Aud people will talk.
If quiet and modest you'll have It presumed
TbHt your bumble position Is only assumed
Your e a wolf In sheep's clothing-, or else
you're a fool;
But don't get excited keep perfectly cool
For people will talk.
And then If you show the least boldness of
Or a slivht Inclination to take your own part.
They will call you an upstart, conceited ana
But keep straight ahead don't Stop to ex
plain For people will talk.
If threadbare your ooat, or old fashioned
Someone will surely take notice of that,
Aud hint rather strong that you can't pay
But don't (ret excited, whatever they say
For people will talk.
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You're ahead of your means, or your tailor's
But mlud your own business, there's naught
to be made.
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Now the best way to do Is to do as you please.
For then your mind, If you have one, will be
Of oouree, you will uietl with all sorts of
But don't think to stop them It ain't any
For people will tnlk.
THE KAXOAIIOO COURT.
V Peculiar Institution Among the
Cowboya and in the Jails of Teias.
The kangaroo court id an institution
of the southwest. It exists in nearly
every woll-regulated jail, ami, says a
letter from Gonzales . to The Sew York
firm, is not unfrequently organized out
side of these institutions. When it
oneu gets a victim in its clutches it is
generally barbarous and always merci
less. hen ten or twenty despeiadoe
cowboys, bummers, negroes, and hard
men are cooped up in oufl of these Tex
as jails, with nothing to do, they resort
to the kangaroo court for diversion. A
meeting , is hold, at which the law is
laid down and the penalties prescribed
for its violation. Some of the rules
and regulations prepared by the in
mates of Tfxis jnus for their own gov
ernment are sweeping and far-reaching
enough to answer for an entire territo
ry. For every conceivable offense pos
sible of commission within the walls of
a prison, there is a penalty, and never
a very light one, Tho standard of mor
ality is somotimes distressingly high,
and sometimes it is dubious indeed.
Not long ago a party of cowboys
came to town for the purpose of having
a little fun, and in the course of their
rambles they came upon a fellow from
Houston, a tough character, but one
not at all familiar with the ways of the
wild men of the plains. He drank and
caroused with them until late at night,
and, lin ally, on the instigation of a few
of his companions, he threw a beer-keg
through a store-front. The echo of the
crashing glass had hardly died out be
fore he found himself a prisoner, with
his arms pinioned behind him and an
armed guard surrounding him. He
was marched out of town for some
miles to a desolate spot, where the en
tire party camped until daybreak.
The light showed the prisoner that
most of his friends of the previous
night were with him still, but there
were half a dozen other men, who ap
peared to be officers of some descrip
tion, wtiom ne iiau not seen belore.
Ho was dulv arraigned, not onlv for
the window-breaking, but for a dozen
other offenses, murder and arson being
among the number, and, notwithstand
ing his protests of innocence, the court
proceeded to try him on each of the In
dictments In their order. For the win
dow-breaking he was sentenced to
twenty lashes, for arson to ten years'
imprisonment, for murder to be hanged
by the neck until he was dead, for as
sault with intent to kill to be impris
oned at hard labor for twenty years,
for horse-stealing to be hanged, for de
serting irom uie army to be shot, and
so on. The proceedings were conduct
ed with the utmost solemnity, and last
ed all day, the prisoner's pretended
friends exerting themselves in his be
half, bat being unable to move the
court to mercy. - i
J ne next morning the kangaroo
judge announced the orderof exercises.
As the prisoner was an uncommonly
guilty person, be said, he would have
to even up his punishment In some way.
If be was banged or shot at once he
would escape he just penalties for his
otbercrimes. Imprisonment would not
answer, for the length of his sentences
would give him a good opportunity to
die of old age. It was the judgment of
this court, therefore, that he should
first be whipped, then ducked in the
river, then whipped again, then shot at
and crippled, but not Tdlled, and then
hanged. This the court considered the
most merciful sentence it could impose
and at the same time do justice to out
raged law. Tho man first remonstra
ted, and then begged, but to no avail.
He was whipped and ducked, and
whipped again, and was being put in
place for the crippling act, whon his
jnrsocutow got into a quarrel among
themselves over the precodence in
winitig ' him.' The court bad been
drinking freely during the day, and a
good many of the boys were quarrel
some.. In the course of the tight that
fiiMiod the prlsouer managed to es
cape. In the Mobeetio jail, the prisoners,
t el v or fifteen in uumber, had dur
: lo the day the privilege of walking or
Hitting in the corrldor.lwin;? locked In
their cells only at night. big necro
named Caffrey was one day arraigned
lor some breach of propriety, and tried
with great formality. Tho arguments
alone lasted nearly a wick, and after
he was.found guilty by tho jury, who
played seven-up to settle the case, it
was shown by th prisoner's counsel
that tho jurymen had played with a
short dees of card, and tho court
thereupon gave him a new trial. This
was more protracted than the first, but
it finally resulted in conviction ami a
sentence to life imprisonment. Cufftey
was thereupon escorted to his cell and
the door was closed. Once or twice
when the turnkeys unlocked the boys
in the morning the negro walked out
with the others, but they immediately
ordered him back, unmindful of his
entreaties. After he had been kept in
solitary confinement for a fortnight tho
jail officials had to interfere in his be
half, aud the court, with due solemni
ty, held a session with the culprit pres
ent, reopened his case, and formally
granted him an unconditional pardon.
At certain seasons a kind of fish
eaten in Bombay is liable to contain
very small worms, to which tho natives
oiten ascribe cases of cholera, and sev
eral cases of the disease among Kurope-
ns have followed a nsn supper.
Two of the known comets of short
period arrive at perihelion in 1884
D'Arrest's on January 18th. and Bror-
sen's about September. For several
months astronomers have been unsuc
cessfully watching for the former, and
it is probable that it may pass unseen
at mis return.
A novel aud interesting application
of electricity has beeu introduced at the
court opera at Vienna. Tho effect of
warms of fireflies flitting about a tropi
cal forest is produced in a strikingly
realistic manner by the "plan of sus
pending tiny lucandescent lamps bv
fine swinging wires, the flashes of the
artificial fireflies beinz caused bv rapid-
switching the current on and nit
It seems that the injurious e fleets
sometimes resulting from the use of
canned foods are not always due to the
presence of lead in the cans. At a late
inquest near London, medical evidence
was given to the effect that death had
been caused by eating salmon which
had been poisoned through decomposi
tion by nitrate of tin formed by the
action of tho preserved tish on the tin
of the can containing it.
Mr. R. W. Jenkins, of Cevlon. reports
that in the mountain districts of that
island the volcanic explosions of Kraka
toa were distinctly heard, although
2,000 miles distant. The sounds re
sembled those of heavy cannons at a
distance of a few miles, or of dvnamite
rock-blasting a milo or so away. Prof.
K. A. l'roctor supposes that tho sound
waves were conveyed through tho
earth's crust, and not through tho air.
From exneriments unon docs. Lewas-
chew and Klikowitch nave conclmted,
that tho effect of ordinary natural min
eral waters is to increase the quantity
of bile and to make it more fluid, and
watery. I his increased flow is benefi
cial in freeing the gall-bladder from
stagnant bile. Tho action of artificial
solutions of alkaline salts, as well as
of hot water, was found to be similar
to that of the natural mineral waters.
The work of the municipal laborato
ry at Taris lu testing food substances
results in some interesting disclosures.
It has lately revealed tho fact that
spurious fruit flavors are extensively
maue ana soia in mat city, tne flavors
of tho strawberry, pineapple, melon,
apple, pear, cherry, plum, apricot and
peach being successfully imitated by
artificial chemical compounds. A so
called gooseberry jelly was examined.
and proved to have lieea made from
Araonir the scientific results of his
Greenland expedition Baron Nordensk
jold mention" tho discovery that, con
trary to the general belief, the west
coast of Greenland is washed by cold
water, wnne a greatly heated current
coming from the south runs along the
east coast at a short distance only from
tne snore, inis current must exercise
a great influence on the climate of the
east coast, which may be more moist,
but, in the Baron's opinion, not colder
than that of the west coast.
A kind of timber found in vellow
clay in China, near the border of Thi
bet, is stated by Mr. h. Colborne Baber,
of the British legation at Pekin, to
bo held in high esteem as a material
for coffins, on account of the resistance
it otters to decay and insect ravages.
A single coffin made from its planks is
valued at au equivalent of threo hun
dred pounds sterling. Unfortunately
air. uauer nas oceu uuaoie to give any
information concerning the botanical
character of the subterranean wood.
Perry'e "Singing Birds."
Perry was a riuh planter in the
Patuxent Valley, with a broad vein of
humor. The broad, deep Patuxent af
forded an excellent cruising ground to
the British fleet after it had landed the
British troops. Ono day while tho
antisn snips were lying in the river
Perry got a well-filled hornet's nest,
plugged up its opening, put ou his
working clothes and rowed up to the
flagship. In the uncouth local dialect
he offered the gray hall to the youug
officers as a nest full of rare singing
birds of remarkable voice, of unusual
intelligence and warm attachments.
The officers clubbed together and offer
ed hitu a guinea for his birds. This he
gratefully accepted and then he handed
tho nest Id the unsuspecting youn"
men. He suggested to them Unit it
would be well not to open the nest till
ho got to shore, inasmuch as the af
fectionate little things might follow
their old friend. This was an excellent
suggestion. To make mire lne 0tUCers
look tho nest into the cabin Hud shut
the doors, leaving a murine on dock to
catch Perry's sigual. At the word the
officers opened the nest, and, without
any unnecessary delay, the cabin door
also. With somewhat undignified
haste, officers, marines, nnd seaman
swarmed to the bulwarks, and then
over the sides, in comical confusion,
closely followed by Perry's affectionate
little singing birds. Perry laughed till
he cried, as one by one the Britishers
sought tho cool shelter of the placid
Patuxentr Washington Letter.
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Abuer hiephwii-., ot Johnson (Jouuty,
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Ufa aad diaia and tin orlila of ajMuae, tad ihoald be raad
kf all thiokiai pinplt. II aoataiai ? almblt presortptlons
far tha aura a Xarroua aad Fbeleal Debility, Loat
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CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching everr 8anday moi nine and
Blirht at Qcual hours. Prayer neelhn YVednei-
day nltiht; Uanday school. :si a.m
uev.jxv. f. aUKrt, Pastor.
--tHChtU OK TUK KKOSKMKU-XpUcopa!
j Koarieentb street; Bandar 7:00 a m.. H..W
Cotmnanlon 10:30a. m.. Vlurclng Praters 11a.m.
nuuuay eruuoi o u. m., htcdidi rrayerS 7:U D.D
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LMliM' MlaSlONARr BAPTIST CHUHCH.
v rrcnihli.i al 10:80 a. n... a o. m.. and 7:BO n m
al.hatb school at 7:80 p. m ReT. T. i. Shores.
I'TIIBHAN-Tbirteentb street; serrives bat
j bath 1:30 a. m. Snndaj school J p.m. Bet.
VI KTHUl)lST-Cor. BiKbth and Waluot streets
1 Prcerlitny Sabbath 11 :00 a. m. and7:W p. m
Bda S'.i.o-.l at 4:00 p m. Key. J. A. Scar re tt
OhESHYTKRlAN Klghth street; presenilis, on
I rlabbatU at 11:00 a. tr.. and 70 p. m.; prayer
:n'etl:i(! Wednesday at 7:89 p.m.; Sunday Scheoi
l 3 p.m. Rev B.Y. George, paa tor.
OT. .lOSHPlI 8 -tRouiBD Catholic) Corner Cross
T.rt Walnut streets; Mass cfery Sander at 8
sod IB a. m.j Sntidsy school at 2 p.m., and Veep
era at 8 p.m. AC a as eyery morning st B a. m. Rev.
J 1. PATUI('K'8-(RomBn Catholic) Corner Ninth
' atrnet and Washington avenna; Mass every
Sunday aud 8 and lu a.m. Sunday acboo at t p.m.,
and Vcpper at 8 p. m. aas eve y morning st I
p.m. Key. J, Murphy, pastor.
Wsvoi-1 bomai W. Halhdsy.
rrearariiiCuarltS F. XNrllie.
Clerk- Ki-nnte. J, Koley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ollherl.
Marshal L. B. Mwyert,
AttarnfT William Hendricks.
Police Msglitrste-A. Comings.
BOAHD OV BLDBBUBB ,
rirst Ward Wm.McHaleV Harry Walker '
riewrjd Ward- Joase Rinkle, C. N. Hutches.
Third Ward B. P. Blake, ghert Smith. i
Ponrth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoiph 6o
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wrth Ward C has. Lancaster. Henry Btont.
Connty Offitr8. -
Clrenlt Jitdse 1. J. Buker.
Circuit Clerk A. It. lr1n.
Connty Judge J. H. Knblnson. , ;
Cnnnty Clerk S.J. Hnmm.
County Tresanrer Miles W. Parker,
rtlitnlrf John Hodges. rL ,,, ,, ,
Coroner H. Fltssnrald i
Connty Commissioners I, W. Hallldiy, J. B'
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line liunninix
O DAILY TRAINd
Making Direct Connection
TaaiBS Lasts Cajbo:
srrivingin St. Louis 8 4Sa.m.; Chicago, 80 p.m.;
Connecting at Udin aud Bfflngham for Clncla
natl, Louisville. Indianapolis aud points fast.
12:25 p. in. Fast St. I.ouisj and
VVeajtei i) Uipress,
Arriving in Bt. Louts 6:45 p. m., and eonneotlai
for allpoinu Weat.
3:4S p.m. Kasit Kxprfsta.
Pot St. Louis and Chicago, arriving st St. Lcall
10:8ft p.m., and Chicago 7:30 a.m.
3 45 p.m. Cincinnati Eiprrat,
trrlvtng at Ctncllifiatl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville t :CA
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:0& a.m. Pasaengers ey
this train reach the above points la to 3a
BUCKS in advance oi any other ronts.
ty-TheStt) p. m. express has PL'LLMAM
SLKKPINGCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to Bt. l.ouli and
Faat Time East.
P qQaaT) (rOTM 7 tnU ,,ne t thugh to Bast.
I aSSCIIClS ern points without any delsy
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlag at 10:86. Thirty-six hours In advaocsol
ov other route,
tVKor through tickets and further Information,
M ply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. B. jONKS.TlcBot Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
C. BT. L K. 0. B. R. (Jacksoo route).
tMsll ... 4:45s. ra. 1 1 Mall ........... 4:80 p. a.
tExpress .. 10 80a.m. I Bjpreil ...'.10:80a.m.
T. L. c. it. B. (Narrow-ftauge).
Express m..8:00b m. Express I:la.ra.
Ei AMail... 10:30s m. I Ex. Mall.. ,4:10p.m.
Ac co m 18:ip.m. Accom......g:00 p.m.
BT. L. I. M. R B.
10:30p.m. tsDreis,...l8:B0 p. a.
W., BT. L. P. B. R.
,.4:C0a.m. Mail Ex.. 9.80p.m.
f Ixprpis. . .
Mall A Ex
4:ui p.m. i -Accum io::wa.m.
7:46 a.m. Freight ( 46 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mail ..-..:. .6:55a. m. Mall 9:10p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ARRIVAL .AND DEPABTUBE OF MAILS.
; Arratl Dep'rt
P. O. Tm PO
I. C. R. R.(lhrough lock mall). B a. m
' (way mall).. ....4 80p m. Bp. a.
" (HonthernDlv p. m. 9p. m.
Iron Mountain K. B 2:8" p.m. 8 p. m
Wabash It. R.... 10 p. m. B p. a,
Texas A St. Louis R. R T p. m. Be. m.
t. Lonls at Cairo R. R Bp. m. 0:80 am
Miss Klver arrives Wed.. Sat. A Mon.
" departs Wed.,Frl. A Sun.
PO. gen dol. op n from...- ....7:80 am 10 7:10 pa
P.O. box del. open from 8 a.m. toSp m.
Sundays gen. del. open from.. ..8a, m. to 10a.m.
Sundays box do!, open from... .8 a. m. to 10:50 am
WNOTB.-Cbangee will be published from
Bme to time In elty papers. Changs yonr cards aa
BBtdlngljr. . . WM. X. MURPHY, P. M.