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THE DAILY OAJKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1881.
The only Big Show coming to Cairo this Season! An Amusement Syndicate of Stately Magnitude!
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Will be at 0AIEO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 1th, 1881.
In all its undivided entirety, on its special trains of palace cars, unequaled and incomparable in its startling magnitude, coming like a mighty tornado with
a deluge of wonders. T...n rTfiriQtPI EllPriZiripHP; one of wWch contains more rare and costly specimens of the animal
kinedom than the entire lilUliaiui BBy menageries of similar exhibition. Conspicuously prominent among the
menagerie features is the monster HLOOD-SWEATING "BEHEMOTH" 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 nass
m of ages since the creation. MAN-EATING TIGERS, from the Island of Ceyton. Mons. Lucien's Complete Collection of Pkrkorming Wild
flvcnfu. Mon. Lucien enter the dens of these
The Great Triple Circus!
blood-thirsty, ferocious monsters and performs a series of sensational scenes, remarkauie or mui
novelty nndool daring concluding by feeding them with draughts of warm Wood anil irom i ms
naked 'hands. Towering aliove all will lw seen the Largest and Finest Living Clrallo that
ever crossed the seas, trained to harness. .
HERD OF GIANT ELEPHANTS which will lie seen in grand street pageant, and their
wonderful performance in the arena. A Family of SEA LIONS, the Colossal Giant Horse,
" MOLOCH," of a bright blood-buy color, standing 21 ft hands hih and weighing over 2,boo
pounds without exception the largest horse in the world.
Burr Roiiuins' Great
German Circus, Den Stone's Circus and College of Physical Training, ftfming an unsurpassed
comoinauon oi American aim r oreign arusis, nuvci ispcc-mmi-a uuu new u.
FR' PUAC VI EIQU Engaged at a Salary of $1,200 a Wock
leiria Wilf4i Wa llarij Mr j,-ish stands unrivalled in Equestrianism;
the ackowledged superior of anv man, living or dead, who ever mounted a bareback horse; tha
role executant of the Forward Double Somersault. we hereby, in earnest good laitn, cnai
lenge any rider in America or Eurojc to compete with him in his renowned acts lor a piieot
$20,000 money to be ready at any time and in any place in the United States.
From the Impcriul Circus of Vienna, Proprietress of
the most renowned School of Trained Horses in Eli
sor the most Uraeelul and Perfect Equestrienne in the World, whose rare accomplishments,
firm scat in the saddle, and perfact management of her horse caused her to be selected as Teacher
of Equestrianism to her Majesty, the Empress of Austria, will appear at each performance in her ,
thrilling sensation entitled "The Hurricane Whirl," her Wonderful Leaping Act in which
she leaps her horse over objects 15 feet in height and, also, in her Charming Tandem Manege.
MONS. MARQUISE, The Champion Hurricane
Hurdle Rider, in the World, in his highly sensational and
Thrilling STEEPLE CHASE. The renowned artiste
PHILO. NATHANS, In his Double Principal Act on
Four 1 lorscs. The Charming and Talented
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iEISS EXjIjEN" CCOIC, One of the most noted celebrities of the Eciuck.
Xj A-SEXjXjIS and LBPAVRE, From the Grand Cirque, Paris,
on she Double Trapeze.
WIX.lLil-A.lvi EX2TC4l1:D, The most Popular Equestrian Leaper,
Acrobat and Vaulter.
FIVE MIRTH-PROVOKING CLOWNS.
Sam Flynn, Dan Stone, Henry Higbee, Tom Clemmeds, Herman Bach.
PROP. DOWEL, til lvoelerxi Gampson, the Champion
Heavy Weight Lifter of the World.
Waicb fer I:: Grin: i:l fops hi fyiul.
Outranking In Splendor and Magnificence anything ever before attempt
ed In the Bewildering Dazzlement of its Glory!
A Picture of Dazzling Delight!
A Grand 'Free Show combine in the triumphal entree of this vast es
tablishment into town, and which is dedicated to our Friends and Pat
rons, and the public generally, by this, the greatest of all great Shows,
which has neither rival or equal. After this brilliant series of Tableau
Vivants have been witnessed, we feel assured that we shall not be ac
cused of exaggeration when we claim that for its Number of JJands of
Music, liewildering Brilliancy, Variety of Interest. Unparalleled Ex
tent, Novelty of Objects, Gorgeousness of Costumes, Magnificent Ap
pointments and Heraldic Display, this Gorgeous Street Pageant has no
equal in the world.
This will be followed by a long cortege of Knights and Ladies in new and beautiful costumes, illustrating scenes from the Crusaders gaily ca- jjii$7f&
parisoned horses, numerous elephants gorgeously arrayed, will add novelty to the scene. 15ut enough go and sec the rest for yourselves; the half twjf
has not been told. jS'T'See it all without money and without price.
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the many well-lounded ana trutntui promises made by the proprietors ot this organization. 1 he legions ot patrons to this class of entertainments who
know our reputation and standing for faithful representations so well, will fully indorse us, knowing that we always promise only what we have, and
never deceive the public by flaming misrepresentations, which, in the end, only injure the parties who practice such gross deception. Presenting, as
we do, a list of consolidated attractions of known merit, we can safely count upon the co-operation of the public with us in indorsement of our mani
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS WHICH WILL BE RUN AT CREATLY REDUCED RATES.
COMING, POSITIVELY, ON THE DAY AND DATE ADVERTISED NOT ONE DAY LATER, NOR SOONER. 1 Ticket admits to all the advertised Shows.
Admission 50 Cents, Children under 9 year, 25 Cents, Performances commence at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors open an hour earlier.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
RKTERED AT TUB POKT OFFtCK IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS BKCOND-CLABR MATTKH.
LOPAL WKATHBK KEPORT.
Signal Orrim, i
Caibo, III., Apr. :, tHMl (
Time. Bar. Ther. Uom. Wind. Vel Wetther.
- tfMrlmnm TAiniiArivlfirA. ?1o Iflnlmnm Tern.
pornture !S7n ; llnin 0.00 inchi'H.
River, 40 feet 11 Incliui. Fall 8 Inclie.
W. U. RAY,
ttam't Blgnal Corpt, U. b. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thin column, five cenu cr Hue, etch
Insertion. For one mouth, 50 ccuu per Hue.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I wu now prepared to b:11 ico by tlm cur
ltiad, or ly the pound ut prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, (serving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. P. M. Wakd.
Two nice lots on southwest corner of
Commercial avenue and Twenty-first street.
M. J. IIowlkv, Ileal Estate Agent.
House ot seven rooms, on 1'oplar near
Eighteenth street, in first-class condition,
Terms reasonable. M. J. IIowlky,
Ileal Estate Agent,
. During the summer season I will run an
ico wagon to all parts of tlio city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ico to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Si'KNeE.
Bath Rooms and Barber Shop.
Mr. J. B. Doering 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 has three chairs in his shop, can there
fore accommodate all who favor him with
their custom. Give him a trial.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we would respectfully
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 ready to com
pete with any one m the city.
15OTT0 & UAZZOLA.
Gas Company's Notice.
From May 1st, 1881, until further notice,
the price of gas will bo three dollars per
thousand cubic feet. A discount of 25
cents per thousand from above price will
be made on bills paid at company's office
within five days of expiration of month.
I5y order of Finance Committee.
E. W. Halliday, President.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
aveuucB. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Also manufacturers
of ull kinds of sausages. Call upon Fred
If you want good meats.
Mr. J.B.l)oerinl bIUi,mrc1UH(,(l,10 fl
tur-s formerly used in the barber shop In
tho Vincent block and l removed ii
shop from the south aido to the north aide
ot Eighth street, back of B. y. i'arvor'g
paint and wall paper store. Mr. Doering
now has the complctcst barber shon in i..
citv and asks everybody to call upon him
for a flret-class hair cut or shave.
Bucklen'B Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuU,
bruises, sores, ulsero, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
ell kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction in
ireiy cane or money refunded. Trice, 23
coats per box. For salo by Geo. E. O'IIaua
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard k
Ucmiie," composed of John 0. Barnard
John T. Rerlnie, has been dissolved. All
persons concerned will please take notice
ot the fact and govern themselves accord
Cairo, 111., April 20,1881.
Use Tue Cairo Bulletin scratch lxioks,
for sale at the office, 1200 No. I) book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tick Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Notice In thc columns, ten ceuU per line,
ecu lupcruou. J!rKHi
Cancer. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness, No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, O.'Jl
Arch St., Philada, Pa.
The Howo Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Selleck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, III. (5)
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for sale at Tuk Bulletin
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
.ui pbivj, Dk mi UULLSTIH UIIICO.
(",1r".',nM,ll,co,ltlm,ll,th,,nlcof City Kn
c Uo'r.Ulnea b, the city Council ol the city of
Approved, April US. A, I) ihhI
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge five-cent-cigar.
The Good Templars nift at Mystic
Krew hall lust evening in spite of the ruiny
Theatre Comique to-night, big show.
At Kansas City over 7,000 people have
been driven irom their homes by water.
Hon. Geo. R. Wendling will take up
his residence permanently cither in Spring
field, or in Bloomington.
An all Wool CWiiuere Suits for Men,
$10.00. Fambakcr, the Clothier. '
A man named James H. Stofer was
run over and killed by a switch engine at
Peoria, on lust Friday.
James V. Shight was caught by a re
volving shaft in a Hour mill at Freeport,
last Friday, mid killed in a most horrible
On .Sunday a party of young people
accompanied by a cornet band camo here
from i lick man, Ky.,'ou the steamer Silver
thorn. -A full ctock of Hats of all kinds.
Fanibak(T, the Clothier.
A new stone slab pavement wnsj'es
terduy laid m the small hull at the loot of
the ttair, leading up in the City National
Take in a big circus and a good one
whenever you have an opportunity. Don't
wait for something that may be all blow
and promises go to the circus to-uay.
The firm of Morris, Hood it Co., of Ul
lin, III., lias been dissolved. Mr. W. V.
Fitcher goes there to-morrow in order to
assist in settling the firm's business.
All members of the K. M. K.C. are
requested to bu present at the regular
meeting to-night. Claud Winteu,
New York has practically abandoned
theellort to secure the world's fair for that
city. A world's fair will bo held in this
country, though, and probably in St. Louis
A dray load of fine furniture passed
by this ofline yesterday en routo for the fu
ture homo of a couple of young people, who
contemplato matrimony. The event is to
come off on tlio twenty eight inst.
Don't fail to sco tlio burlesque, Pluto
or High Times in Hades at tlio Comiquo
For Balk At auction, a set of Boa
Ton, llaciuo, hand-made, Blngle linrncss,"
cost delivered hero $10.00; have $12 Met
for It and will sell at that price, unless
more is offered by next Saturday noon. Ap
ply at The Bulletin office.
A large stock of Boys' and Children's
Clothing at Farn baker, the Clothier. "
Several of Cairo's saloonists decorated
the fronts of their places of business with
the leaf covered brunches of trees yesterday,
which made them especially attractive to
the sufferer from the extreme heat' of the
iwu.w is iiiu vyUMUiiu s mi, uuu int.-1 SHlOOn Over
best circus, the best riders, the best clowns, ( w10 should
the best horses, the cleanest tent, the elec-
caused teamstersto become impatient
Hence it is desirable that the company
give the matter their immediate attention.
Splendid variety troupe at the Theatre
Comique. Don't fail to go after the circus
is over. Show opens at 9 o'clock. Side
splitting burlesque, songs and dances.
Two young men of Sinn''field, Illi
nois, named respectively Ira N. Fiske and
George Stevens, ouarreled in an ovster
the question of
pay for the meal
. thf'V nnrtalri.n an.l n.t.ln1 in ft
trie lights and the multitudes. Everybody . fight i which Fiske stabbed Stevens in the
8H" back with a pocket knife, making a wound
Elm Grove is spoken of as the place four inches deep that will probably prove
where the Reform club pic nic will be held. '; fatal. Fiske lavs all the blame onto
Others have mentioned Fort Jefferson and
a moonlight excursion. Either would be
delightful and call out a large number of
Foil Sale A good milk cow, with
calf, three days old. Can be seen in court
house yard. Apply to John Hodges.
By notice in special local column it
will be seen that Messrs. Botto &, Gazzolo
are prepared to accommodate an unlimit
ed number of day boarders. The Planters
hao received a thorough overhauling and is
now one of the neatest and cleanest hotels
Check hooks, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at 1 he Bulletin office.
Last Sunday Thomas J. Taylor, sheriff
of Massac county.passed through hero with
four prisoners for the Chester penitentiary.
Three black and one white; ouo of them
was Bcntthoro for life aud another tor three
Fine lino of Gents' Summer Under
wear just received. Farnbaker, the Cloth
Sunday afternoon the little daughter
of Mrs. McKee who lives in No. 1 Winter's
How.was chasing the cat about tho kitchen
and,in attempting to grasp it, turned a ket
tle full ut boiling water over her body,
scalding herself fearfuljy. Sho has been
in great agony Binco unci it may bo that tho
injuries will result seriously.
"Surprise Party" at tho Comique to
nijjit. Splendid music, champion dune
ing, comic vocalists, a big show. All cun
be seen after tho circus. Bo suro to go.
-Tlio condition of tho track of tho Cairo
& Vincennes railroad between Eighth and
Twentieth streets is such as to cause con
siderable dissatisfaction among teamsters
who find it to bo a serious obstruction near-'
ly all along tho lino. The gravel ulong tho
track has been worn away leaving it, in
somo places, fully six inches above the
surface of the street. Tlio track boa boon
in this condition for a long time, which has
"Will you print about Moore's baby?"'
asked a bright little five-year-old yester
day. What Mr. Moore? we asked. "Why
Mr. .Moore, of the City National bank."
Has he got a baby? "Yes, they have,"
answered little bright eyes, "tho sweetest
little girl baby you ever saw; was born
Sunday and weighs five, six, 'leven pounds"
and we have printed about it, und tender
the congratulations of The Bulletin to
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and tho baby.
The time of year is near at hand when
the flouring mills in the country find it
somewhat difficult to obtain the necessary
grain to keep them running. This year
this scarcity j already being felt by many
ot the mills in different parts of thecoun
try and they have therefore been compelled
to ceaso operations, some of them tempo
rarily, others entirely until new wheat
comes in. This lack of grain it is thought
will also affect tho Cairo mills soon, cans
ing them to. stop running for a time a
Don't forget; tho performance com
mences at 9 o'clock at the Coiiikiuo to
night, to accommodato those who deslro to
attend the circus. Full nerforniiinn. n.n
bo seen after the circus is over.
The failures reported to Iiradstreet's
tho past week throughout tho United States
and Canada number 108, an iucreaso of
seventeen over tho record of the preceding
wock. uut tlio number is below tho aver.
ago, which, for tlio past ten weeks, has
been 121. A number of other fl
beeu compelled to ask extensions, their
temporary embarrasment being attributed
io various causes. In tho Middle States
tho number of failures renortod was 20. nn
increase of 7; Now England States 22, an
increase of 0: Southern States 20.an increase
of 2; Western States 25, samo as before;
Cananda Provinces 0, an incroaso of 2.
A largo consignment of sawed and hewed
cedar posts and vinyard poles is jU8t re
ceived and for sale at rock- bottom prices.
Aiivtrtiitmrntt in nimfartil net huiinni car J)
V fit li or lut IK thii tcinMM, 10 ctnil tMh if
jOKSALK.-SH or (Inula hrn. M. Box TON,
J liindmidu. Korrte.crliitnni nl irire tee U
ciKC lUHNHiilvi-rli(enilo tln pivr. Aunlrat
Hie bulletin office. '
IESKONS elvtn on the piano. Ti-rmur aui,l!e.
J AIho I'Ihikx carfftilly tiuiH. Ailur
I'KOK. WILL KMKHV, box TsJ. P. O.
TOK HALE One lra ) carriage, 1 tmtl
X can-lane,! uprintf wagon, t niw biu-irU-a, uno
irconHhaud butfirjr and four H'ti dm;!. liarncm.
Apply at atabli-lo J,KE llOK OL KT,
VO'fNALB-Seteu-ortave Piano: pood i
A will be (old rbcau for citi-li, Kmiulre f
llillt, at ruddencu of W. Winter, hlxib (trci-u
IOK SALE. A monw colored uinrc, rleo a luri-u
abow window. Applvto
VOKKKNT.-ThcIMtaHouM-. corner of Third
(treetand Commercial avenue. II ok Iveen thor
oughly repain'd Internally and externally, la m.
Dated Olllv OHh hlrirb fritfn ull tl...
and only two block from the principal (Onmhont
landing.. Apply to WJI.MillALK.
Volt KENT-I'm ma. fi.M.ldiid ' tirfiirUchcd
with or williinii r.l i,i i i ..
Apply at Bulletin hu1MlitK.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
Ihe cmrlni'rM!i l.r..i
the iinpcr-lirned, .lutiieaS. MorrK. K. II. Kood and
.nihil A I'. 'I Kvrk timli.r tl... fl..., no..... ur
Jlorrl, Jtood 4 Co., of I'llln, Pulaxkl empty,
dull! of Illlnoln.ia thla dav hereby dlolved, by
miituiil roiKetit. All persona Inilebeted to (aid co-
Darlhcrfcliin tvlll nuv t.. u iih il... ..I, I
Jnlne.S. Morri( or K. II Hond. auri (In- inM .lam...
S. Murrla and E. il. Hood will pay and (uitlo all
I..V..o .1 .. ... I k .. i : , ' ... ...
.hi. u. iu nr iliiic iiy me ruid coparineruip.
Thin intbdiijr of April, ixxi.
JA'S H. MOltltIS,
K. II. Ittxili,
J.NO. A. P. TEN EYCK.
Q0LLLVS' 0RKAT MAY-DAY
New Orleans, Tort Ends and
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY IItii, 181.
ii 011 v"7 chuni, but one of the mod de
lightful, enjoyable and attractive trhm ever cotten
np or nrrntiKed by him. Hlrlclly flr(t-clK((, and
emliracea a maKiilllcent opportunity to vlalt Ihe
world renowned and fnmoua Eaila' Jiilllea, Tick
et Rood to riiturn at ploaniro on rcenlar tnilna for
10 days. On Wodnemlay. Miiy 11, lsnl, m $ o'clock
a. m., a .sporlal train, with ample and llrnt-chiM ac
comiiioilKtiona In every reapect, Inclndlnu I'lillmnn
1'nlne.e SlonpliiK Coachea and and a well-kept lie.
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throuifh to Nivi Orliinna. via Nt LmiU n...1 'Kuut
PAKR FOK TUB HOUNI) TIUP. CAIHO TO
nr.w uniittaNH AIVJJ ItETUHN, JII.W..
Knlll nf llrkulu will .nmM..A.. HI.. .... BM.1
" -.. .-"v.. .. ... v.. itiii.u inn iri, nnu , .ii-
tlnuo up to tiupnrturo of Kxcurnlou Irftln on May
11th. Tlckotft will ho ifood iroitirf nn mdccIhI trHln
Mayllth; pood rHiinilUK nn rcfculnr 'trnltii 11 til 11
MltV Hint. InrlllHlvii. Arranitamoti(B Imvit uutn
nmdn fnr n Hultirhtrnl lB.,ii,1,l. m.,.!..!..., r.m
Aewprleana to Port Kail and tho ilulllea. at a
vvry low rnlo lor the round trip, for thu liunuflt of
For fiirtlinr partlwilr adriroM
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