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THE DAILY BULLETIN
MTXRBD AT THE POST OFFIC IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AR BKCOND-CLAM MATTKB.
LOCAL W&ATHKH REPORT.
rAin. ill.. Mayo, I
mo. Ur. Ther. Hum WUid. Wl
Mailmma Tomr.lor.. 7: Minimum im
Parnate M.sKalnu el iucnea.
Klver, 41 feet M lncle. Rise 6 'nj RAY,
5erg't Signal Corp. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this column, nve cent per Hue, each
I uneruon. For ouo mouth, 50 cent per lluo.
A first-class laundress, who understrnds
thoroughly the art of washing and ironing,
can obtain a situation by applying at the
Hotel do Wintur.
, Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ico by the car
load, or by the pound ut prices beyond
nnmni'titinn. Mv wacona will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities w ouu.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ico is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
Two nice lota on southwest corner of
Commercial avenue and Twenty-first street.
M. J. Howley, Ileal Estate Agent.
During the Bummer season I will . run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt b livery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or Bmall, to
suit. Leave orders -it C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Ulo. W. Spence.
Bath Booms mid Barber Shop.
Mr. J. 11. Doeriii,' has taken the bath
rooms and barber shop in Vincent's build
ing, and has consolidated his shop with it.
He is prepared to give bathes of all kinds,
and Iihs three chairs in his shop, can there
fore accommodate all who favor him with
their custom. Give him a trial.
BucKlen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best Balve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
.every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. K. O'IIaiu
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
nimlilv m-pniired to accommodate unv num-
hornf fliiv iKinrdc-rH. we would resnccttuUy
solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, we are roauy to com
pete with any one in the city.
Botto & Gazzola.
' Scratch Books.
Use TnK Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
jcaves to tho dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Use the Pantograph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tub Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
The Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Sellcck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, 111. (5)
Avtku all. a Biirftle tiuruative is tho best
i n r( t
meatiR of curing headache, liver complaint,
biliousness, &c. Use "Sellers' Liver Pills."
Cancer. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, 031
Arch St., Philada, Pa.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these columns, ten Ctnu per line,
OKU lupuruuu. inarntm -
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge
Fifteen dollars was tho amount real
ized at tho Methodist concert night be I ore
Elegant novelties in tho way of Para
sols and Half-Umbrellas, at Goldstine &
Peoria is likelv to have a system of
wells ono thousand, six hundred feet deep,
which are to give forth five hundred thou
sand gallons each of pure water per day.
Twenty-Dvo dozen of assorted Em
broidered Mull Ties, just received atjhe
establishment of Goldstine & Hoscnwater.
Yesterday the city clerk's ufTlcu was
supplied with a telephone instrument, the
number of which is sixty-eight. The resi
dence of chief of police Meyers will be
supplied with one to-day.
The Bui.t.ETts office wag favored last
night with a serenade from a baud, composed
of Messrs. Will Emery, J mm PhiUis,
Wm. Lonergau ami Leo IMcourt. Tin,
music was dcliciounf uid highly enjoyed by
Tub Bulletin force.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
A large number of the show windows
of our businesi men haro boon artistically
decorated with signs, the letters being
drawn with aoap in a very attractive stylo
and, It u iai(i,with remarkable rapidity.
-Pure Ico cream every night at the par
lor of Full. H.Baup.
We will place on sale to-day, at great
bargains.a choice line of Tapestry Brussells
carpets. Goldstine & Hoseuwater.
"Dan Ric will get drunk now and then,
although he kuows that he shouldu t
now mourns the loss ot 3 aud costs, which
Condell imposed on him yesterday.
Daily arrivals ol new goods consisting
of silks, satins, satin Do Lyon, plain nnd
lace buntings, uhoodas, camels hair and
great variety of other fashionable goo
Goldstine & Rosenwatcr.
"Billy" Reels, we understand, had
good houso at the athencum last evening
and gave general satisfaction to those who
were present. Each member of his amateur
trouno is said to have sustaiued hnnse
Get your cool, genuine ice cream soda
water from Phil. II. Saup.
One dollar per case of twenty-four
quarts is what Btrawberries sold at in this
city yesterday. Two days before they sold
at seven and a half dollars. But those
Bold yesterday were not in very good con
State's attorney Damron is said to be too
ill to attend to duties of his office next week
which is to bo regreted. For this reason
but little, if any, criminal business will be
transacted in the circuit court, which con
venes next Monday.
Tho Hibernian lire company's little
engine, which was broken while on the
way to a fire by falling off the sidewalk at
the corner of Thirteenth street and Com
mercial aveuuo some time ago, is now be
ing repaired by Mr. Tessier.
The Bulletin office was yesterday
blessed with a new telephone instrument
in exchange for the old ouo and now all
appears to be well. We sigh no
longer to he in peace upon tho shadowy
shore of death, where the sea of troubles
casts no wave.
One thousand yards of summer silk
iust received and will he sold at bottom
figures, at Goldstine & Roscnwater's.
A party of Mound Cityites will come
down on tho steam yacht Wafe this even
ing to attend the performance of Matrimony,
at the Athoneum, by the Bartly Campbell's
Galley Slave Combination, which will be
one of the best performances Cairo has ev
The police are on the watch for boys
who are in the habit of shooting birds or
other game within the limits of the city.
They will arrest all who are caught in this
annoying practice and give them a lesson
or two in the myBterics of police court pro
ceedings. The largest assortment of Hosieries,
Handkerchiefs, Laces, Fringes, Embroider
ies, Ribbons, Fans and notions generally,
can bo found at tho house of Goldstine &
One deed was recorded by Circuit
Clerk A. II. Irvin yesterday, and it was as
follows: John Hodges, sheriff, to John M.
Lansden and Susan F. Fisher; deed, dated
May Cth, 1881, for lot numbered three, in
block numbered forty-eight, in the city of
Cairo. Consideration two hundred and
The Monticcllo Bulletin, is responsible
for tho following : "Hon George R. Wend-
ling, the famous lecturer against Ingersoll-
ism, has purchased a one-third interest in
the Bloomington Bulletin. The Bulletin
has been an ably conducted paper all tiic
time, and now its readers may expect still
greater things of it."
The new mayor of Pittshurc is trying
to enforce tho Sunday ordinances. He has
ordered the police to see that all the saloons
and cigar Btores are closed on the Sabbath,
and his order is being carried out quite ef
fectually. As a result, there is less loafing
and disorder on the streets, and the city is
putting on a real Sabbath-day appearance.
Phil. II. Saup sells pure ice cream
soda water at five cents per glass.
A large crowd of citizens was last
evening entertained free of charge, on Com
mercial avenue, below Seventh street. Mr.
Billy Reels had a wire stretched across tho
street from house top to houso top, upon
which ono of his performers dis
played hiB gymnastic qualities. Mr.
Frank Hubert had a similar arrangement
made in front of Harry Walker's Theatro
Comiquo and upon which he entertained
the crowd in a like manner.
Ex Governor Falmer delivered tho ad
dress of wclcomo to the colored Jubilee
singers at Springfield on the fifth instant,
Tho republican hotel keepers of the city re
fused to givo the singers lodgings, fearing
that to do bo would injure their
business and the gingers were finally ac
commodated with food and shelter by
some of tho most prominent citizens.
Governor Palmer's address was replied to,
in a very plcasent manner, by Mr. Loudon,
one of company.
Lula Gray, a woman of ill-repute and
a very boisterous nature, was vnxterdav
brought beforo Esquiro Oslwrn, charged
Willi disorderly conduct and carrying con
cealed weapons. Believing that she would
receive too much justice, she swore that hIio
believed she wouldn't get any, and was
thereupon granted a change of venuo to
Justice Itohiniion. Hero her case was fair
ly tried and It appearod that alio was far
iroin OC1I1K an SUCUl Ot Virtlin. H m una
flnoil twenty-five dollars and cost for car
rying concealed weapons aud flvo dollars
and costs for disorderly conduct,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY
The case of Petrick Lally came up for
a hearing in Esquire Osborn's court yester
day afternoon, but was continued until to
day. Mr. Lally claims that Tins Bulletin
did him tin injustice in its statement of his
case yesterday morning. If such is tho
fact it will appear in the course of
his trial, the particulars of which
we shall endeavor to publish faithfully.
Ico cream soda water, five cents per
glass at Phil. II. Saup's.
In a bundle of bananas, which came
'up from the south yesterday and was pur
chased by Mr. Phil Saup, a large, poison
ous and ugly looking Terantiela was dis
covered. It was chloroformed by Mr.
Andrews, of Barclay Bro's prescription
drug store, who put it into a vial with
alcohol for preservation. Tho beast, with
its leg:- spread out, measures four inches
The following is a report of the hos
pital service of this city for tho month of
April: number ot patients from previous
month, thirty-three; number admitted dur
ing April, thirty-three; total during tho
month, sixty-six; number discharged dur
ing the month, forty-five; number of deaths
duriuir the month, two; number
remaining under treatment, nine
teen. Aggregate number of days
of hospital service furnished during
the month, nine hundred and fifty; number
of outside patients treated, sixty; number
ot times relief turnished, ninety-two; num
ber of applicants rejected, eight.
Yesterday the office of the Cairo City
Gas Company was removed from its old
stand, near the corner of Twelfth street, and
Commercial avenue into Mr Lewis Her
bert's new building, on Eighth street, be
tween the avenues. Mr. II. T. Gerould who
has for so many years been the efficient su
pcrintendant of the company has resigned
hiB position and Mr. Collins, of Chicago,
has taken his place. Mr. Gerould has been
a faithful officer to the company and a per
fect gentleman in all his dealings with its
patrons. His successor is a gentleman of
experience in the business of which he is
about to assume management and will
doubtless succeed in gaining the confidence
and esteem of those with whom he may en
ter into business relations.
Reform hall was the scene of a very
interesting meeting of the temperance peo
ple last evening, and although no prom
inent 6peuker was present to address
the audience, a fair number of
citizens were gathered there. Messrs. M.
Easterday, B. Y. George and George S.
Fisher made each a few remarks, concern
ing their trip to Centralia and the state of
the Sunday schools in this state, district
and county. The audience listened atten
tively to . what tho gentlemen
had to say. ' Some routine
business was trausscted and next
Fridiiy evening was decided upon as the
time, and Reform hall as the place, to elect
a May Queen, who is to hold high carni
val ut the temperance picnic, which is soon
to be given.
In its last issue tho fSpringfield State
Journal says: "It is an old adae, "That
when rogues fall out, honest men get their
lues." The democratic party of Arkansas
being hopelessly divided, there is now
some prospect that honest colored men and
old union republicans will bo able to have
some voice in the government of that
state." The Journal is somewhat in error.
It is lead astray by the "old adage," which
is not ulways true. The republican rogues
of Illinois fell out during the last
election and called one another some very
hard but also very truthful names, yet
"honest men" did not get their dues the
democrats were defeated. So, again, the
republican rogues at Washington have
fallen out over the plunder of official
patronage, but we predict that they will
"Mahone" their misunderstanding and, so
far from recognizing "honest colored men
aud old Union republicans," they will
install Rebel Brigadier Riddlebarger
against the solemn protest of the united
democracy the "honest men" of the senate.
Elsewhere we publish a complaint
against the habit ol men and boys, who
force themselves in our police courts while
atrial is in progress, or crowd upon
officers who are in the act of taking a
prisoner to jail, in a manner that interfers
Beriously in tlio one case with the conduct
of a trial, and in the other with the officer
in tho discharge of his duties. Police
magistrates aud officers do not like to dis
perse tho crowds from tho court rooms and
sidewalks because they aro aware that
court proceedings and public arrests are
things that people have a right to witness,
even though they often shock tho sensi
bilities of the coarsest; yet this right is
shamefully abused by persoi.s who ought
to know better. It is probably true that
all have a right to witness a public trial,
or to witness a public arrest, but none with
average common sense will contend
that they uro prlviledged to
abuse this right by interforring
with tho proceedings of a court or by hin
dering an officer incumbered with an ob
streperous prisoner in tho discharge of his
duly. We are awiiro that persons guilty of
this abominable habit aro almost exclusive
ly of a class whoso thirst for scandal aud
for the nasty details of drunken broils is al
most uncnntrolhblo, but wo havo reason to
believe that their sense of right is not so
thoroughly blunted as to render them In
capably of perceiving tho wronif of which
they are guilty. We bellevo tho officers
woul be justified In the use of physical
force if necessary to defend themselves
against this pectiferous gang.
Tho uegro Charles Groves (not Yaucy
Graves as previously stated)who was shot by
Jack Parker in Wilcox's block day before
yesterday, died about half past three
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Coroner Fitz
gerald was immediately called to hold an
inquest, which call he promptly obey
ed. Tho corpse lay m the house on
Ohio levee where the wounded
man had been conveyed after
the shooting. A jury of six was sum
moned, which consisted ot Messrs. L. II.
Meyers, foreman; John Towers, John
Clancy, Win. Sexton, Michael Hourigan
aud Mark Kunc. After viewing tho corpse
the jury decided to adjourn until 7 :30 in
tho evening, and in tho meantime to gather
what evideuce they could concerning tho
case. They met at the hour
named in tho county court room,
at tho court house, where a number of wit
nesses were examined and every point in
the bloody affair fully brought out. After
duo deliberation the jury decided that de
ceased came to his death by a wound
caused by a 6hot, fired from a weapon in
the hand of Jack Parker. Tho jury further
declared that the said Jack Parker was
justified in the act.
The prisoner was returned to
his cell after having been
examined by the jury and will probably be
given a preliminary hearing to-day, when
he will either be discharged from custody
or held to answer to the circuit court.
PLEASE BE HONEST.
The News presumes upon the credulity
of the public aud seeks to justify its at
tack upon Mr. Liuegar in a very lame
"In relerriug to Mr. Linegar's record for
absenteeism as compared with that of Mr,
Black, we but looked at home for facts
rather than to make wholesale charges
without any proof. Proof is what the peo
ple prefer rather than mere statements."
The News seeks to mislead the public.
It knows that it is in error has made a very
foolish charge in a very foolish way and it
now adopts a very foolish method to get
out of its predicament. Wo deny that in
"referring to Mr. Linegar's record for ab
senteeism, in comparison with that of Mr.
Black, it but looked at home for facts."
Tho truth is, it sought to change the issue
under discussion. The real question
is not, "was Mr. Linegar at home
oftener than Mr. Black," but,
"was Mr. Linegar guilty of neglecting his
duties at Springfield while he was at home,
as the News charged he was?" This is the
question under consideration and we wish
to hold the News to it. The Bulletin
did not deny and does not deny that Mr.
Linegar was at home a little ottener than
Mr. Black. Why should The Bulletin
deny this? Mr. Linegar was not guilty of
any. neglect of bis duties to the public
while he was at home. The Bulletin
repeat3 what it said before, that "tho
News knows, it it knows anything, that
Mr. Linegar was at home during adjourn
ments, when the machine at Springfield
was stopped by the republican majority.
What difference does it make to the people
whether Mr. Linefjar, or any other legisla
tor, spends the vacation at homo or at
Springfield. Mr. Linegar is a man of fam
ilyhe has his home here ; Mr. Black is not
a man of family his home is wherever his
wardrobe and his dinner table may bo. Did
Mr. Linegar, while at home, neglect the
public's business at Springfield when there
was no business to transact? Certainly
not. Upon what, then, does the the News
base its oblique charge of neglect ol duty
on the part of Mr. Linegar?
But tho News does not believe in "mak
ing wholesale charges without proof.
Proof is what the people want." Very
well, why does not the News take a littlo
dose of this medicine? Why does it not
prove that Mr. Linegar was guilty of ne
glecting the public business while spend
ing his Sundays at home? But whereforo
ask these questions? The reason is obvious.
The News knows that the proof would
only reveal its indirect charge against Mr.
Linegar in all its glaring falsity.
The Bartley Campbell's Galley Slave
Combination is booked for to-night
at the Athenoum. This company, it will
be remembered, played two nights hero a
few months ago, and furnished amusement
that was eminently satisfactory to our citi
zens. It certainly contains more genuino
talent than any other troupe on tho road,
uud its members are specially adapted to
play "Life nt Long Branch," tho new nnd
successful comedy. Those who were dis
appointed by not seeing it on tho last visit
of tho company should not fail to tako ad
vantage or the opprtuniy offered to
night. PASSED AWAY.
Yesterday morning littlo Ida, daughter
of D. F. and E. J. King died of corebro
spinal menlgnltis. Tho funeral takes
place from tho residence of tho family, op
posite tho court house,- this morning at ten
o'clock. Remains will bo token to -Mil-burn,
Kentucky by Mississippi Central
train from foot of Eighteenth street.
K'cr tin ctiilu hiiKi,t r rrow (lldu
Xtaalh Cira Ub friendly care
Th opening Uil () boavuu conveyed
And bad It htoMom there."
Buy this celebrated Ham ftt tho Now
York store, only 10 ceuts per 11.
Mrs. Rudd returned from her southern
trip yesterday. She had been gone about
Mr. Walcott, the young man who was in
bo much trouble becauso of his wife's re
fusal to live with him, has left the city and
gone to Louisville.
Dr. Ed Carter, brother ot Dr. Carter, of
tho marine service, has just assumed a posi
tion in tho United States army hospital
service, at Long Island. He reports the
position a very easy one, as there are, on
an average, only three patients attend to.
Messrs. Easterday, Leighton, Fisher, Rev.
George and all tho other delegates to tho
Centralia Sunday school convention, are
loud in praise of tho mauner, in which
they fared and ot the delightful entertain
ment afforded them while at Centralia.
It is a common occurrence when our
officers are proceeding to the jail or magis
trate's office with a prisoner for largo
crowds ot persons, who havo no other ob
ject than to gratify their curiosity, to fol
low them, crowding the sidewalks and im
peding tho progress of persons pursuing
their legitimate duties. At the magistrate's
office the crowds greatly interfere with tho
hearing of cases by their persistent efforts
to press themselves to the front, to gratify
a morbid appetite for hearing something
nasty and disagreeable. Not one of these
men. would raise a hand to help an officer
in making an arrest, or to help one in dif
ficulty. Yesterday afternoon, at Squire
Robinson's office occurred a scene hardly
discribable. Not less than two hundred
persons gathered in ami around his office,
standing upon chairs and benches, pressing
so closely upon tho squire that had he not
been a man of more than ordinary strength
he must have succumbed to the force of the
great weight pressed upon him, but thanks
to a vigorous personnel he survived tho or
deal. Such scenes are repeated daily, and
have become an intolerable nuisance and
should be abated. B.
LIST OK LETTERS KEM.UNINO CNCAI.I.EI)
YOU IN THE I'OSTOKKICE AT CAIUO, ILL.,
FBtDAT, MAV 7, IWl.
LADIES ' LIST.
Russell, Mary I.
Wearn, Jus. C.
Acklcy, II T
Bartlett, F B
Gordon. John F
Hull, II G
Hoot, II II
Kelly, Daniel E
Lyon, John E
La Rue, John
Morgan, Wm. M.
Martin, S. T.
Martin, John W.
Norton, J. I.
Nicholson, C. M.
Caldwell, R A 2
Collier, John W
Campbell, J T
Crow, Jr. C C 2
Earle, E B
Firth, joseph 2
Johnson, F O
Melles, R. A.
Owen, Frank (2)
O'Connell, David (2) Phillips, W. I).
Phillips, Robert II. Page, C. L.
Runson, W. M. Rhobler, Michel
Ritter, John Roberts, Harvey
Robcnson, George Smith, William
Schncckenburgcr,V ESanders, R. N.
Smith, J. P.
San no, Henry
Trover. S. D.
Williamson, J. M.
Wallace, J. F.P.
Watkins, J. F.
Wilson, Ed. (3)
Persons calling for the abovo mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. Mckeaio, Post Master.
BURR R0BBINS & COLVIN.
This greatest ot great shows, circus and
mouagcrio will be in Cairo on the 11th of
May, and givo an exhibition afternoon and
evening. Tho press of the country unito
n glowing tributes to the show nnd its
management. A fair specimen of theso
commendations wo givo below from tho
"The great exhibition is tho model ono
of tho day, In every respect in tact, o
but speak the universal sentiment ot our
people, when wo say that it Is to-dny one of
the best shows in America, nnd far superior
to anything of the kind ever seen i.ure. r.
Robbins, tho proprietor, is not only an
experienced Bhowman, but a very pleasant
and agreeable guntleman, whose
arduous duties o shared
by his accomplished aud kind heartod lady,
What Mr. anu mrs, "'"
selves they demand the same of their
wholo corps of employes, viz: Fair and
honorable aoiuag, anu mu imiam emmy
to everybody. We never saw a more orderly
and well-behaved company of ladies and
geutlemenwith auy traveling exhibition.
Tho nianagerio consists of a choice selection
of animals, birds, etc.; and tho ring
performance, in point of skill and science.is
ot a very insructivo and amusing character.
AJverluttumlf in Hutfartil (not tmintii card)
of fivi Una or leu in thit column, 10 cnUi iath in
union. LEH80NH tfvenon the piano. Term reanmnblu.
A I no I'Ihiid carefully timed. Addruvn,
I'ltor. WILL KMEHYjBot'M, P. O.
I7V)H SALE One Uri;e ulaci carrtneo, 1 tuiall
. carriage. 1 pprlnit wskoii. 2 new Imli'ii, ouo
(ifcnua hand btiKKy aud four (etta alnt'le barnea.
Apply atataliloto LEK llOK'Ol'KT,
IfOlt SALE. A tnonae colored marc, alco a lureo
show window. Apply to
VOK KENT. -The Delta Houae, corner of Third
J- atreet and Commercial avenue. liaa been thor
oughly repaired lutrnaly and externally, la alt
naled only one block from all the railroad depot
and only two blocka from the principal tcamlioat
landing!. Apply to WM. MtHALK.
VOH KENT- Ilooma, fuiuialifd at nnfumirhrd
J- with or without board, at rcacoiiablu ratc
Apply at Bulletin bnlldibi;.
Mrs. Ann Eliza Youns:
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 9th.
In bcr new lecture, entitled.
Utah's Curso and
The Nation's Shame
ADMISSION SO Ccnta; Children 2.'. Onta. lie
acrved Heat without extra charge at llnrinim'a.
A T II K N K U M
ONE NIGilT ONLY,
Saturday, Evening May 7th.
KotnrniDK of the irr-at New York Suecet after a
moot proaperoua Svulheru tour,
Where they will preacnt hli lateit iucccm.
Itcpreavntlnr Hleh Life at lnir Iiranrh. a
plajed In New York t tty one hundred nlhla.
J'MCES W) and rent. Henerved wata now ou
aalo at Dan llartman'a nore without extra charge.
Q0LLINS' GREAT MAY-DAY
Xew Orleans, Port Eads and
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY Utit, ISM.
I not only Tvry chrap, hut one of the mot de
llshtfiil, ei.Joyable anil attractive trip. i,vit potlm
up or arranged by him. Sirlctlr llrnt cluf . and
whrWA'i a nuirulflfeut opportunity in vlrit tho
world ruuowned and famoua Eada' Juttiea. Tirk
et uood to return at r'ea-iire on regular traina for
10 days. On Wednesday. May 11. ll, at i- o'clock
a. m., aaperlal tralu, with ample anil Aral cla.a at
romuiodaliona In every reaped. Including I'tillman
I'alace Sleeping Coacbea and and a well-kept- he.
freahment Car, will Kave Cairo. III., und run
through to New Orltanf. via 8t. Loula and New
FARE FOR TUB KOl'N I) Till P. CAIKO TO
NEW ORLEANS AND UKTIKN, $11. 50.
Sale of tlrketa will commence Way lot, and ran
tlnne up to departuru of Excurlon (ruin on May
Ilth. Ticket will be food golnu on un cial train
May 11th; stood r'-tunilnK on regular train until
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