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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNINO, AP1UL 24, 1881.
The only Big Show coming to Cairo this Season! An Amusement Syndicate of Stately Magnitude!
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HKASTS, I. ion-, li-rs Leopards, Concurs
l)lxnl-tliir-.tv, f'-ro( iou- nioii-.ti.Ts am! ticn'orm. a
Inovcllv ami cool daring, eonrliidini,' 1 v I'oedint,'
miked hands. Towering' above all will be seen
lever crfisvil ih neiis, trained to hartu'fcu.
HERO OF GIANT ELEPHANTS which
wonderful performance in t be arena. A haimlyof SEA LIONS, the Colossal Giant Horia,
"MOLOCH," of a blight hloo l liav color, 'taiuliii',' : i hands hi'h and weighing over .Sou
pound without exception the larcut horse in the world.
The Great Triple
(ierman Circus, Dun Stonk's Circus and College
comhiiKition ol American and roreign urtiht,
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the ackowleded superior of anv man. living or
sole executant of the Forward Dounla Sor.iarsaull. w e liereiiv, in earnest (joou laith, chal
lenge any rider in America or Kurt pe in compete with him in his renowned acts lor a prize
$J0,000 money to be ready at any lime and in any place in the United Slates,
rone the most (irai elul and I'l rlV. t Kiue-n ienne
In in seat in the saddle, ami pcriai I n.anaeui' ir.
of I', piesirianism to her M.ii --tv, the Kiupie- of
thrilling seii-ation entitled "ThO HurrlCOne
khe leap's Iier hore over .!.;.-cts 15 lei t in height
rs UliliANh. '17 Sto-. fi S-i
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(ir,Si'lf Jnirvttiii l-u'ia in
f.htt rTi'tiCfl DiUJin, HiUrWl,
full gill..' ' pp.iMtourui b-uti(ii(
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KKIUNu 4tlulbncUiL Uotu.u.
I'ATKNT SHIKT-si rnm i i
hat" hfom tii favor.
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. k ..I form i1
remarkable d(rri. nl
arn fMiuirw-'i ux
iilricwtn. Tii'7 rwci-irixl
t 'I- I luftn-st Award at tha
OnU-nnial I IJKHltlon.
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fiTrrwhi-rfV Tdihh rrni'U art, nut sulci ui umrrnania.
yir'u;v'T.t.ir iir"n. Actnta makathiaa l'i rnia.
nnt anil I'ml'ii ili biinowa. Ni-nd (urUiriuataMma.
(iKIvi-..UA( !..: I Hr...iway, N. y . or to I h-ncral
Woi.'rn Air-nt..l II. V Knt A '.. Krisioiua, N.Y.,
J , 1J. I'utuaiu, Ui SUto hlruct, t'lutao, 11U
A GRAND COMIUXATIOX OF
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Mull llltlern diTlvt- tlwir womli rful l.lfi'ni'laln
In'ir iiMlu'rlifs from MALT, tln-'r tim.-tlinr mul
HIiVii-rrimHilinu liilliii'iirfr nii HUl's.th-lr u'ranrl
'I'niiic ami Ki'verKxii'lliiii l'liwcrn Tro ii CAl.l.s.X
VA inltli"ir llliini. Nnuri-lilni; I'rimH IU from
lltt)N. wlilrh n' four nf tin- irri:ii1-fi H'.onil I'ro
dili'iTH mil Ml'c-l'r'-iliiiir Lli'ini lit-i fvi-r iuiHimI In
iihi- nuMlli-itiH Fur Di'lli-iilo Fi-inn'.ri'. Nurnlnir
MothiTK. Sickly (Mil tlniii, Malt lliltiTu arc Ml
iiroiniv Salii cv. rvwhiTi'.
.MALT BtTTEKS CO.MI'AN , lluctou, Mukh.
Any in'rcMii to h" rlonaly 111 without a wonk
Miimaih or Idiii'IIvb llvor nr klilnnyfJ Ami ttln-n
thme nrf ihik r In t'oml cuiiilnion do you not Una
tluilriioHiii'iii'ori'iiiiiyliii; tfiod hi-itlth r 1'nrkiT k
(iliiKur Tonic iilwnvn riTUliiti' ihrHy liniiiirliiiit or
Kim. huiI nwr lull" to WHktf thw liloml rich nml
imr. hhiI to Hlri'mithcn every part of tin; Hynlcm.
It him ciiriMl hiiiiilrcila of ittcimitina luvnllclB. Ank
your luti'lihor nhout It.
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
fctol.l l.y IJ.vKCLAY nilOTHEUS.
V'r ,J- VAfl .
Will be at CAIRO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11th, 1881.
In all its undivided entiiTtv, on its special trains of palace cars, uncinialud and incomparable in its startling magnitude, coming like a migl.ty tornado with
aclduguof wonders. T.,.n rifincfpl4 ELlPimflPriPQ onc of which contains more rare ami costly specimens of the animal
kirvdom than the entire Vtl biUIIOlul I4MUIIC11J Ul lliJj menageries of similar exjiibition. Conspicuously prominent among the
menagerie features is the monster BLOOD-SWEATING "HEHEMOTir of Holy Writ, of whom it is written: "On the earth there is not his like."
This rare animal is sometimes called the River Horse of the Nile, and is one of the few specimens of the pre-Adamitc world which has survived the pass
in" of "es since the creation. MAN-EATING TIGERS, from the Island of Ceyton. Mons. Lucien's Complete Collection of I'kukouminu Wild
Hvetins. Mod-.. I.ucieti enters tlie liens ol
mtic- of -.eii-atioiuil M'enes, remarkable lor
tliein with draught ol warm blood and (rom In
the Largott and Finetl Living uirane
will he seen in yrand street patfeant, and
Burr Rohhiss' Great
American Circus, I kh k
I Ikynakd's Imperial
of I'hvsical Training;, forming an unsurpassed
novel sjiecialUes and new acts.
EnRacd at a Salary of $1,200 a Wook
Mr. Fi-diKtands unrivalled in Equestrianism;
dead, who ever mounted a bareback horse; th
I'rom the Imperial Circus of Vienna, Proprietress of
the mo-t renowned School of Trained Horses in Ku-
in the World, whose rare accomplishments, J
01 ner iiuim; tauseii iier 10 m- seiecieu us i carrier
Austria, will appear attach nrformance in her
Whirl," her Wonderful Leaping Act in which
and, aKo, in her Charmins; Tandem Manege .
M074S. MARQUISE, The Champion 11 urricane
llmd! Rii'.i-r. in the World, in his highly sensational and
Thri;;;n,' S I KKi'LK CHASE. The renowned artiste
PHJLO. NATHANS, In his Double Principal Acton
Four Hor-c. Tiie Charming anil Talented
Tliis will be followed by a lonir cortex
parisoned horses, numerous elephants gorgeously arrayed, will add novelty to
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Dcen loui. . ;v oec u nu wuiiuui
"i3EWAEE!--A Word to O-ULr
The casual reader, accustomed to vainglorious boasting and bragadocio of smaller and inferior organizations, is apt to be skeptical in regard to tfmvij
the rnanv well-founded and truthful promises made by the proprietors of this organization. The legions of patrons to this class of entertainments who :ilmMf
know our reputation and standing for faithful representations so well, will fully indorse us, knowing that we always promise only what we have, and W--'WWSri
never deceive the public bv llaming misrepresentations, which, in the end, only injure the parties who practice such gross deception. Presenting, as Ifc4t fi'fi
we do, a list of consolidated attractions of known merit, we can safelv count upon the co-operation of the public with us in indorsement of our mM-mMWyM
told attractions. -i "r
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS WHICH WILL BE RUN AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
C OMING, POSITIVELY, ON TIIE
TIIK DATTiY 15ULLETIN.
IVIrir HUHNIKU (MUNUAVt iicirtui).
nrieMt (Jircuil.'ition of any Daily in
Ileus a'Jil Eg3.
Li'lit r.!-:i!iiii:i. Miyi :i writer in the
K:o:n l 'ncm i :is :i rule, lay l- cgz
in oiii- y.-rtr. Tin y will lay l'V) "t that
ini!iil,fi- li.'t'ViMMi t'ho lt tlav of Deeem-In.!-
ami tl:e 1-t nf June. My jmlluLs, as
:i jci-iifi-al rule, ciitiiiuencc laying at six
nii'iiili.-i ! I: that is. if they are hatclie'l
in M:iii'!i liiey will eniniueneo laying in
Au.:ut, tunl "Miniiinn! to lay ail Winter
w i!h i.nijMM- can-. Xnwl i1o not state
this mi-re u.--i mirk, luit from actu
al i irii"ii(v' with ti-is lirivit of fowls
f. r s.-vral years. The I.cliont fowl
will lay the largest ntiiuhcrof v
in a vearof any fowl I know of; but if
tln-y'lay in the' Winter season you must
have a "very warm place for thorn. They
will lay 170 czs in a year, or twenty
more than the average Hrahnia, but
they will lay the largest sharo of this
number in tho Summer season, while
the, lirahnia is attemling to other duties,
either sitting on her nest or bringitif' up
wr numeroiN family. The Leghorns,
beinji non-sitters, can ut in their spare
timolayitijr the extra twenty es which
usually are worth live or six cenU per
dozen at this season of the year. One
other niiint I wish to make is thatllU'ahma
eis w ill w cih seven to the pound while
if will take ciht of the Leghorns. This,
of course, dues not make any dill'etcnco
in their market value as long iM they
are sold bv the dnzeii, but for homo use
it certa'mi'v does. I am well aware there
are those who think it is all in the feed,
and not in the breed. 1 know that feed
of the proper kinds and served tip in
flood .shape has a good deal to do with
it, but m it so much as somo believe.
You mav have the best of breeds, and
leave to' gel their feed the. best they call
mid roost in the irees, and I urn very
certain they would not shell out many
eggs if the weather was very cold.
Stop Tliat Cough.
If you are sullerin'' with a couidi, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, buy lever, consumption,
loss ol voice, tickling in the throat, or any
iiU'ection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
Kings aM'W Discovery lor consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's Xew Dis
covery have been used within thu last year,
and have given perfect sntisfuction In every
instance. We can unhesitatingly nay that
this is really the only sure euro for thront
and lung directions, and enn cheerfully
recommetid it to all. Call and uet n trial
bottle free of cost, or a reijiihir size for $1.
For sale by George K. 0 'II ara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111. ()
SAMfKii A. Hewitt, Monti-ray, Mich.,
writes that Dr. Thomas' Kclcctrio Oil can
not bo beat by any medicine for coughs
and colds, and for rheumatism, it works
like a chnrm. It hn I'con thoroughly
tried in this place find is In great demand.
I'attl 0. Scliuh, Agent.
of Knights and Ladies in new and
niuney ami nmiwu jmiic.
DAY AND DATE ADVERTISED
Admission 50 Cents,
The SbrewJ and" Humorous Carlyk
It would be easy to -ay many things
on Mr. CailvleVi wiitings and opinions
which mu-t'be left ui:iid; but a few
words must be written about the man
himself. One w ho had seen much of
the world and knew a largo propot'nui
of the remarkable i::i"! of ihe la-t thir
ty vears. declared that Mr. Carlyle was
by far tin; in' iinpn
had ever kimwn; the
';ve peroii he
l.,an who con-
Veved 11,"-! fi iffi'iiv
to tie ise who up-
of I'ciiiu and fiiree of cliaraeter which it
is iiniio-s ble either to ln'-take or to ie-
I II i Ml IH
t... i .,. ti
ll t ::it L'elleral liniUVSMi Hi
liue. Hi- .singularly striking appear
ance: his eyes, nearly tiie largest, and
in youth, ii is said, the most piercing
and powerful to be seen in any human
head; his .stein and rugged features
like a Scutch bull and yet unlike a
Scotch terrier, are known to every one.
Tin extraordinary charm of his conver
sation and manner is Liowii only tn a
few. lie had a .-lately native courtesy,
di 'iiity, and consideration for the feel
ings of others, which, notwithstanding
sonic small defects of temper, must
have struck every one who approached
him. He was not at his best when ho
was allowed to have all the conversa
tion to himself, for in such cases he
talked (as was natural) too much like
his books; but when he was in company
where he was obliged to give and take
he was the most charming of talkers.
His laugh was freedom and cordiality
itself. His humor w as at once so pow
erful and so subtle that it seemed to
exhaust the matterson which it touched.
1 1 is shrewdness, especially in judging
of character from small indications, was
extraordinary. He onen denounced as
a scoundrel ii man of busiiu ss w ho at
tho timo was in the best repute, and
who shortly afterward turned out to de
servo nil ihat had been said against
hiin. "How," lie w as asked, "did you
find him out, Mr. Carlyle?" "li," said
lie, "I saw rogue in llie lwi-l of tho
false hip of him as ho went out at the
door, "lie was once asked what ho
thought of a new iieiUiiintaneo w hom
lie hail seen for a few minutes. "1
should call him n willowy sort of a
' man." The unspeakable felicity of the
epithet could be shown only by an tin
wai raulable breach of eonlidence. lint,
all these things were but symptoms of
something else of infinitely higher im
portance. All that he said and did,
gavo an impression of truth and power
and courage which will never bo for
gotten by those who were happy enough
to receive it. lie walked through this
world, let us hope to one as good or
better, with his head erect and his eyes
wide open. He felt like man, and he
spoko and wrote ns he felt, with inieom
juirablo force both of thought and ex
pression; and he never wrote one word
of which his dearest friend could feel
ashamed, though ho wrote many with
which hardly anyone could agree. JSI.
Ja nun's (fiizcttc.
To nil who are mtiiVring from the errors
and Indiscretions oi'y(uth,ncrvuii weakness,
early decay, los of manhood, etc., I will
Bend reel p that will cure you, froo of
charge. Thin great remedy whs discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
ftsolf-addrcHsed envelope to the Kev..TnHcpli
T. Inuian, Station 1), New York Cityj
iiiMift ii rrrr-r i titi - f i rrr- -r r - - r - r i 1 ! . iK
mm i v nmm
It I I . XT 'I IIHiriLltlllllEiri.V. IIIIIt I I U I K.W
II 1 f m
uk; ai 1 iMtti.Jwvxvi 1 1 1 M.rai v. i i i n
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fflW2S3sl- - - --- --HvSrffi A Unind Fr.'c S nu- rnrnh nc n t ii tnunin i;i entree of this vast CS-
WaWS. :Tfesf-mF rons an(1 the public generally, by this, the greatest of all great Shows,
J'2OT;V Jrmmdmti which has neither rival or eniml. After this brilliant series of Tableau
mVV::.. p C& h Vivants have been witnessed, we feel assured that we shall not be ac-
1 tlf' WLY 'JinjytEn cused 01 exaggeration when we claim that for its Number of Hands of
4felWW WW! Music, Hewildcrinir Brilliancv, Variety of Interest. Unparalleled Ex-
beautiful costumes, illustrating scenes
the scene. Uut enough go and see
NOT ONE DAY LATER, NOR SOONER, i Ticket admits to
Children under 9 years, 25 Cents,
St. I.milf Itepiililicnn.
It staggered into the Third District
station last night. A line ping hat rest
ed upon his head. A pair of kid gloves
covered a delieato pair of hands, and a
heavy watch-chain dangled from a vest.
It was a man.
"What do you want?" the sergeant
"Want to bo locked up."
"What will 've lock you up on? Ilavo
you done anything?"
Ioek me'np on. general principles.
Never did an thing in my life and nev
er will. I'm "a gentleman."
"What's your name?"
"I'm nameless and homeless. I'm
the unknown. 1ick me up on general
The sergeant said he couldn't lock
"Why no!?" the man asked.
"liecause you've done nothing."
"All ri"ht: I'll do something. Is it
gore you want?
Von shall have it. I
go to Iimruer, 10 Mil. iia, ua, na,
you'll hear again from the unknown,"
and tho unknown meandered oil' up
t'arr street to get up something horri
ble. They would not detail a man.
"All right then. Wait till ye see tho
morning papers with something thus:
Tiathed in Iilood -(Jure in a (5 rave
yard.' I'm going to commit a double
suicide, and don't ymi forget it."
He vanished, and at last accounU
there was no gore.
A Mother Made Happy.
Mrs. Wilkilns of Elmii, writes: In an
swer to your letter of enquiry I am glad to
say my child is quite will again." Your
Spring lilossom did wonders for him, his
kidney complaint is cured, the constant
bed wetting has ceased, and he plays
around agon as usual, his nppctitu is good,
and pain entirely removed. I hIiiiII strong
ly recommend it. Prices: $1., 50 cents,
Mild trial bottles 10 cts.
Inside and Out.
Inside and bit. A double . advantage is
derivable from Dr. Thomas' Eclcetric Oil
becanso it can be taken inwardly and
outwardly. It contains no ingredient not
eminently safe and pure so it exerts an in
fluence of urcat potency. Use it for pul
monary disorders, rheumatism, neuralgia,
sores, bruises, scalds, burns, etc. Paul 0.
Foil the delicnte and complicated diffi
culties peculiar to the female constitution,
Lydia A. Pinkluun's Vegetable Compound
is tho sovereign remedy. It aims at the
cause, iiml produces lusting results. Send
to Lydia K. Pinkhinu, 2!i:.l Western avenue,
Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
A Timely Warning.
If your breath is so bad that yatt can't be
Tuko Spring lilossom at once, nnd then be
And you need not put oflf day after day,
For a dollar a bottle is all you need pay.
Price; 1 1., f0 cents, and trial bottles 10
2ISS EXjUiIIIT COOII, One
LA.SI:L1iE arid. LEPAVEE, From the Grand Cirque, Paris,
on she Double Trapeze.
TJTTUUlJiJl. KI1TCA.ID, The most Popular Equestrian Leaper,
Acrobat and Vaulter.
FIVE MIRTH-PROVOKING CLOWNS.
Sam Flynn, Dan Stone, Henry UiyU'e, Tom Clemmeds, Herman Bach.
lETO. 1DO"W3:Xj, tlie Ifcvolerri. Sampscn., the Champion
Heavy Weight Lifter of the World.
Watch for kii and Gorgeous Slrssl Fageint.
Outranking In Splendor and Magnificence anything ever before attempt
ed in the Bewildering Oazzlement of its Glory!
A Picture of Dazzling Delight:
tablishment into town, and which is dedicated to our Friends and Pat-
tent, Novelty of Objects, Gorgeousness of Costumes, Magnificent Ap
nointments and I Irnddie lisn lav.
equal in me worki.
., , .
from the Crusaders iraily ca-
the rest for yourselves; the half
Performances commence at 2 and
STOVES AND T1NWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SI 1 LET-IKON WAKE
I ALL KINDS OF JOB WOHK PONK TO OllDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STKEET,
Caii'o, - - Illinois
FIIE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. HALLWAY, lVnlileut.
H. L. II ALLIDAY, Vice-l'reHld.'iit.
THUS. W. HALLWAY, I'schlrr.
I. UTAATH TAYLOR,
UKNlir !.. IIA1.1.IIHT,
S. U. A II.I.IAMHllN,
W. P. IIAM.UIA V,
II. II. ITNNINIIIUM,
11. II. CAN UK K.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Bonds
UOl'UIIT AND SOLD.
DupoKltprccolvcd and a Kt'nt'rnl kanltltiK bnftltiena
PK0PKIETOU OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
OFF1C K t
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
of the most noted celebrities of the Eque.
this Gor'feous btreet l'a'eant has no
all the advertised Shows.
8 p. m. Doors open an hour earlier.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
DKAI.lt l!8 IN
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
IIitrhtst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
(OUUT HOUSE 1UKEKY.
JOHN REES, Proprietor;
ADOLl'H and ADAM KEES, Managers.
ISakem of mid ili'iilern In nil kinds (if
Jiread, Cakes, Pies, Kte.
liOSTON HltOWX IllIKAD A SPKCIALTY
r.ttkery on TwiiitU'lli street, oppohltu Court
AaI roiitemtilnte tuklng a trli tn Europe ami
have ttlvuii in v liiifiincHH In fliaruu of my mum, I
would reitpi'vtl'iillv auk all Pitkoiih holding claims
,'i'.'!dnr-t iiie to pri'neiit I lii-in Tor adjiintmeiit imme
diately. No IHIIf will lit; paid alter Way lMh.
EORCiE H. LEACH, M. I).,
Physician and Siu-oon.
Special attention paid to tho Ilouumpatlilc treat
mi'iit of nurulcal dlmain.'i'. and dlneasea of women
lilllii': No. Id Kiu'l'tli street, neur Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ills.
A STYLISH OUTFIT!
The Kacixe Hakness.
It In Hie lient luiriienn tiniile for the nionnv. It U
dli'D ol tutim.', ail our owu niiikii ami w III not Kail tho
not rttiill'i'il v it Ii liiiner nitr iinv mihiiii'v MtiitT. Hml.
tiorne. 'i in' cimrii niinu'Hi" m niano ol khoii rs ii. i
Leather. Slvllnli and tlnialilv uiadu. Cane looim
oil liridlen and Itreaal l ollum.
Sent C. 0. D. Subject to Inspcctiou.
Slnntc Hnrni'HP, Illnck '1 rlmiiiliiu I1''1 '
(V 1'lntn TrlininiiiK" H
" Nickel TriiiuiilniiK 13 IW
lion Ton or llhu'k Oold Lined
Double " lllai k TrlinMi)iiL'.......;.'V "
Hon Ton, NleM or I1
Lined Trlninilrisa "
When ordering, mention the kind of trliiini w
. .,,, Hi.,, whether ail o r over check. Ulaik
oriltfroa- Kwlua, Wli.
Lllieral PIroiiutf for I.llHral Onion, and Clulu,
Kor rulerencu aee editor of thin pujwf .