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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. 1881.
Wait for Nothingthe
THE BEST AND GREATEST, THE MOST RELIABLE
MOST ATTRACTIVE SHOW ON EARTH,
WILL EXIIII1IT AT
Cairo, Ills,, Saturday, October 22,
SHELBY, PULLMAN & HAMILTON'S
The Egyptian Caravan.
and Trans-Marino Circus,
An Immense Museum of 20,000 Curiosities,
A Vast, b'ea Aquarium of Sea Lions
Sea Leopards and Polar Elephants,
All Exhibited under 120.MO ft. Water-Proof
Vhen the Mastodon Comes you
'Z AZEL," - THK FEARLESS.
n her terrific nets, in the course of which
;&ds of the audience, on an INVISIBLE
ive from the summit of the pavilion, and is
'ON, charged with powder and projected sixty feet, horizontally. She is the only
AZEL, and must not be confounded with others who have advertised to accomplish
r feats and failed. ZAZEL NEVER FAILS.
You Will Soe
Professor Neil Smith's Greatest Dos Show on Earth,
nd Troupe, of Canine Comedians. The best trained and most accomplished dogs ev
er seen. You will sec the Finest Lady Rider in the World,
rom the piincipul Circuses of Europe, who
You will see a
2,000 POUND LIONS.
You will sec the sensational Bareback Rider of the Day, Sir.
i his principal Act, in which he executes
sault, while his horse is at
LTlie -"Wonderful Carlos
their feats of Equilibrium, Posturing, Classic Scenes and the Young Carlos in theii
Great Four Pony Bareback Act. You will see the
Ponderous Centenarian War Elephant "EMPEROR,"
Ono Ilundred and Two Years Old; and the
Twin Babies, Topsov and Jennie.
You will see Five Clowns, led by
ho Versatile UiBtrionio Clown and Impersonator, in his Bongs, Character Scenes, and
Types of Peculiar People.
When Tho Mastodon Comes,
You will sec all we havo Mentioned and a Great Deal More.
LE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. Admission, BO cts; Children under 9, 25 eta
Reserved Upholstered Ann
oors open at 1 and 7 o'clock p. m. Performances commence at 2 and 8 o'clock, p. m.
. Do not Fail to See the
tie most beautiful sight ever witnessed.
Splendor which will pass through tho principal streets at 0 o'clock a. m. For full
particulars see Programmes, Pictorial Bill-boards, and tho ''Illustrated Herald of
Wonders." Oct. 10.-dat.
Big Show is Here!
FOR ONE PRICE OK ADMISSION.
will see the Sensation of the
t-he crosses the pavilion 100 feet a'oove the
COIJWEB WIRE, makes a head-foremost
SHOT FROM AN ENORMOUS CAN-
has no equal for beauty, grace and skill.
a Double-Backward and Forward Somer
full speed. You will see
Chairs, at a Slight Advance.
Grand Street Pageant
A GRAND FREE SHOW of Surpassing
FOUND AT LAST!
Tlio onlr absolutely purled Olnci Mouthplnee CI
k'urutla ever amile, Do nut fail to try tliu Nw and
Cigarette, at II MEVEKS". A perfect mouth
tileco atuched to eacu anil every Cigarette without
It Ik Important for you to know that the Tolnc.ro
Oftud Id maklny tlio
New "Stcphaiiia Halves"
la of tho very fluent quality, and 1 absolutely frcu
from all dangeroiK inn, and attention If called to
the fact that ponltlvely
Is need lntlili Cigarette. Too New Stephania
Halves are the flaunt Cigarette over offered to the
Hmokern of any community.
The Finest Tobacco! Finest Iiice Paper!
Free from all Daiiroua Impurities!
Tho Fined Mouthpiece! The Cleanest Smoke!
1'rlec l'cent per package of 10.
KUI.O 11 v
October 6, lsSi.-dlm CAIKO, ILLS.
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
STOVES 1 STOVES!!
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONK TO 0KDKR.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
THE ICE KING.
Itiadynow.to fiirnlfhaud deliver ICE In any
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I re'Dcctfully solicit the Datrornirc of all mv old
friends and as many new ones, and vnnrintuethem
satisfaction. JACOB KLEE.
QEOKGE II. LEACH, M.D.
Phvfician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of suruical dUeases, and diseases of women
Office: Nolo Eighth street, near Commercial
aveuue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon-
Ofllce on Commercial avenuo near the corner of
l.iclith street, over Taber Urolher's Jewelry More.
Kusldtncc corner Fourteenth sireet ami Wash
Th Celebrated Electro -Vapor and Medicated
Pot In which are an unfailing cure for Klnnmatism
Nenralcla. I'ever-Agiio and many other ailments,
administered dM'v during ofllcu hours.
Olllce hmtrs, from Sto li a. m from 1 to 1 and
from 1 to 8 p.m.
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
O rviro, llHnoin.
W. P. H ALMDAT, TwsMnnt.
H. L. UALMDAT, Vlce-l'wsldont,
TUOS. W. UALL1DAY, Cashier.
if A ATI TAU), w. r. hallipaY,
int l. UALLinar, n. ti. ouMNiNauAii,
. i. STtLLIAMION, STIl'HIM BIRO,
. U. OANDII.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUOnT AND BOLD.
Dopoilti received tnd gonoral banking bosioan
Or Blood Poisoning, whid, results in
Abscesses, Ulcers,' Sores, Carbuncles,
Boils and Itching- Humors, Cured.
What I tell you h the truth, told for no other pur
pOHo but to tehttry to the merit k of the Cuticura
Itumedies. Mr Frederick Yeaton, of this town, bus
bt:n troubleii fur yearn wit'i a Fever Sore on onoo
bin lejr. LuHtfaliund all winter he could hardly
walk a step I Induced biin to take your Itemediea.
Heua taken ahout four bottles Cutlrnra Kesol
vent, and used the Cuticura aud Cuticura Heap ex
ternally. HUlug to day Is almont well, and he
walks with case. It wa sliit to behold-black
and swollen very ha ly. 1 uIhIi yon could see his
leg to duy. The charge would astouifh you.
CllAS. ll.TKII'P, Alfred, Mo.
Will MCilonald. '',!' Oi-iirtmrn Mt CM,-.,,,,. ,...
f lly acknowledgeK a cure of Haft Kheum on h. ad,
lieck. luce, arms mid Ii-i'k rnrHviiii,...n vi..r..
able to uaik excei.t on liandn and kL-ees for a yiwr;
riot able to l.elp himself for elyht yea.-s; trlet'huu
dreds of remcdli-. flt,priii i,.nn,ti,t..-,. ki.
bopeless ; permanently cured by Cuticura Itemediea.
Great Wood Remedies.
Tllt'lnill hum tint rwmi ittlA nu i 1. ......... t
tive powers of the Cuticura Remedies. I have paid
hundreds of dollars for medicines to cure disease
of tint blood und skin, and never found anything
yet to ntinl the Cuticura ItetniidU-s,
. ibi.irt.no, i roviocncc, it. k.
Th, f'titt.nu r... .i...
H.,u w.cn, imipinin ill i.iiw llllf riltll
use of t'utii ura Hesolvent, the new Iliood I'urilier,
attd thi' (-Xtlrnill ll.P f,f fiitipuru mnri ttin.a W....n
Sr-.hi ntiH HrnA ltl...uu&u i ,... .... 1
the great Skin Cnreo.
J'rice of ( utlriira, small hoxea, Wc; large boxes
fl. Cuticura Henolv.-nt. gl pur bo'tle. Cuticnra
Soap, Sir. Cutlnira Shaving Soap. 1!V-. Hold by
all druggets. Depot, WEKKS A I'OTTEK.
Sanford's Jtadical Cure,
:lear head aud voice, easv hreathlnp. sweet lin .th
perfect smell, taste and hearing, uocotmh, no cho
king, no distress. These finppy conditions are
brought about tn tho severest cases of Catarrh, by
tha' most agreeable, economical, speedy, safe
and nevsr-faillng spec flc, hanford's Radical Cute.
Complete and Infallible treatment, consisting of
one bottle of the lUdic il Cure, one box of Catarrh
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
In one package, with treatise and directions, and
s.,ld by all druggists for $1. Aak f r Sanford"s Had-
icaivure. ttenerai Agents,
WEEKS A POTTEK. Boston, Mass.
RATS, MICE, ROACH
ps, Water Huff, and
lied ai d Itlnrk ntseat
ifv, m t PAKSO.NS'
die. fear of bad
smells. Barns, grnna
ri and households of
ten cleared In a single nteht. Best and cheapest
erruin Killer in tiie world No failure In 80 vears.
Kvery box wananted. Sold by all grocers and
drugglrta. Ask fcr Parsons'. Mailed for hy
ifchs j: run hit, ifoston, Mass.
It was reported to-day that John Mcu-
lilT, an old remdenter of Cairo and a tur
engineer, had had a fuss with one of the
pilots on the Government tugs, Naglo am'
Frolic and had been knocked overhoaiu
and vvih iltcwned. He left here about four
weeks ago in charge of the Nagle. The
rervtrt has not been confirmed.
The City Greenville from Vieksburg, had
one hundred bales ot cotton seed oil, and
one hundred and twenty sacks of meal for
C. t& V. whariboat. In loading at wharf
boat No. l.'shn brokn one nt the new
slaunchions, also the jackstatTon the Three-
The John R. Maude passed up from
Memphis for St. Louis yoxtt rday, with good
trip, Miss Carter, sister ot Lcm Carter
first clerk of tho tho .Inn. B. Matind, was a
passenger. Shu made the round trip.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
for Vieksburg, passed down yesterday with
Tlio Rcrtha Leo, from Metropolis, came
down with two barges, leaving them here
aud goiug to Hickman with a lot of sewer
pipe nnd to bring up some barges.
The City of Helena passed flown to
Memphis last night.
The Grand Lake No. 2, with two barges
for No'v Orleans and ono burgo of rails for
New Madrid left yoBterday morning at 8
o'clock, being detained by fog.
Emperor William and Bismarck havo
offered tho pope an asylum at Cologne.
General Banks indignantly denies tho
rcjMirt from Arizona that ho is to super
sede Governer Fremont.
Milwaukee merchants havo been freely
swindled by bogus checks given by a man
calling himself H. 0. Harrison, of Chicago.
Speculators In New Orleans bid f J.50
per $1,000 for confederate bonds, whilo
holders demand if 10.
Mrs. Garfield has rontod tlio residenco of
Colonel W. H. Harris, on Euclid avenue,
Cleveland, where sho will rosido for tho
A striko by Chinese is reported from
British Columbia, where the Celestials
usod stiejMnd stones to prevent tho col
lection of Voyonne tax. ,
Secretary Windora can bo credited with
having redeemed or stopped Intercut upon
105,650,700 In bonds, reducing tho annu
al burden of tho nation by $15,103,151
MAKE NO MISTAKE WAIT FOR
The Biggest of
T7- 'AlItO, Oto l)iir Only.
The Pioneer Showman with his Bi Show,
Will exhibit at Cairo, Wednesday, Oct, 2081.
It has the only GIANT OX-Lu-ger than an Elephant!
It has the only BIG MENAGERIE!
It has the only BIG CIRCUS!
It has the only BIG AQUARIUM I
It has the Only
BIG HERD OF GIEAFFES !
The only Big Polar Boar!
The Only Lamiuoin!
The Biggest Lions!
The Biggest Lot of Animals!
The Biggest Tableax Cars!
AND WILL GIVE TIIE BIGGE3T SHOW,
A.t Cairo, Wednesday, October 26,
WTUmn ( pen at 1 .00 and 7 :00 p. m. JSTGrand Free Parade, at 9 :00 a. m.
Reduced rates on all Railroads, so as to havo the BIGGEST CROWD at the BIG
GEST SHOW in this Great Big Growing City of Cairo.'
In all the Cutholic churches of New
York a collection will be taken next Sun
day for the pope, in response to a special
appeal from Vicar General Quinn.
Guiteau, becoming angry because his
counsel did not visit him for two days, t'e-
mamled pen and ink, und set to work on
his caso, declaring ihut he v ill conduct his
The fears of a water famine in New York
are so great tlmt the foremen ot the fire de
partment are being instructed in the use of
dynamite for the demolition of buildings in
the event of great conflagration.
The republican state committee of New
York has addressed a printed circular to
the employes of the custom-house, asking
contributions toward tho campaign fund.
Some of those threatened have appealed to
The county democracy of New York have
placed a full ticket in tho field, beaded by
John McKeon for district attorney. Tam
many has nominated the upper half of a
ticket, leaving the remainder to be selected
by Irving hall. The triangular democracy
will have a hot contest.
Captain Snyder was recently sent out
from Fort Keougb, with thrco companies
of the Fifth infantry, to preserve the peace
between the Indians and a band of five
hundred buffalo hunters. On reaching tho
Redwater valley, they found about fifty
men peacefully killing such game as canto
within their reach.
Tho centennial celebration at Yorktown
commenced at daybreak, Wednosdny, with
an artillery salute. At ten o'clock tho gov
ernor of Virginia held a reedpton at La
fayette hall. On the arrival of tho presi
dent and cabinet, tho corncr-stono of tho
monutront was laid with Masonic cere
monies, the grand master wearing tho sash
and apron presented to Oeorgo Washington
by Lafayetto. Prayer was offered by a
grandson of tho Governor Nelson who com
manded tho Virginia militia at tho battle of
Yorktown, and on tho stand was a grand
son of Patrick Henry. Tho gravel was
made from the quarter-deck of Commodore
Perry's flagship. Facing tho dense crowJ
stood a row of cannon surrendered by Corn-
wallis. Tho French guests, feeling that
too much attention has been shown to tho
Gorman visitors ever, since they reached
American soil, left tho steamer Catskill,
and will entertain themselves on their own
W lou i loryui uiu luiupeiniteu wi-miug
' t- r i .1... tv
to-iight. Mr. Oeorgo will deliver a Bpeclal
ly prepared lecture, that will bo interesting
to joung and old alike.
all Bis: Shows!
The only Herd of Big ELphanta!
The only Rhinoceros!
The Biggest Tigers I
The Biggest Troupe of the best Performers !
The Biggest Procession!
A FAIR AND RACE COURE FOR
As is known, a company has been organ
ized for the purpose of establishing a fair
and race course in our city; but, up to this
time, tho full amount of stock has not been
taken. The commissioners, who have open
ed tho lwoks for subscription to tho capital
stock of tho company, intend to visit the
citizens again next Saturday, and it is to bo
hoped that they will meet with good suc
cess. Every merchant in Cairo, every saloon
keeper, every hotel-keeper, every man,
who wants to buy, or to sell, 5s interested in
it.- II I I .
me esiauiisument oi a tair ami raco course
in Cairo. Every year the land which must
bo bought, is growing more valuable, and
we nelieve that in a year from this timo
land, inside tho levee, can not be bought by
me lair association it will all be occupied
for other purposes.
A Fine Farm
TO I.KAHK KOU A TKUM OK YKAItfl.
I will lease my furm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm Is rich bottom and tim
bered upland, good fur fruit agd early
gardening; two living springs of water llmt
havo shown no signs of failing this prawn t
dry season; in; w two-story tf milling of 7
rooms witliln five minutes walk of railroad
depot, piistollleo and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can ho
obtained by driving. At a little expense .
a fish pond' f'd by living water can bo
made and slocked wjth native, fish. Tho
wheat crop this season yiehitid !, bushels
to the acre and corn will yield JO bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un-
equaled. New larm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will bo sold with tho leaso it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
i. M. Lowk, rulaskl, Ills. -Enquiries
may bo inadeatTiiK IH'I.i.ktin
ollieo or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
1000 MKN AND 500 TKAMM, TO WOUK ON C.
AO. A H. W. It. U. LATE l'AIItlCAII AND
MKMI'lllri. WAUKS FltOM $1,50
TO $3.25 PKll DAY.
Plenty of eood station work from 1.1 to
17 cents per yard. Transportation will bo
furnished free from Memphis or Taducsh
to Covington or Trimblo. Apply on work
ooiween U'vington ana Dyorslmri; or at the
feed store of W. J. Chaso & Co., No. 18'J
aiain street, Aicmpms, Tenn.
UUNAVANT, KELLY & VIVlll.
The Right Sort of General.
Jacob Smith. Clinton stnteL Buffalo.
says ho has used Spring Blossom in his
family as a general modiclno for casus of
indigestion, biliousness, bowel aud kidney
complaints, and disorders arising from im
purities of the blood; ho speaks highly of
its efficacy. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Taul Q. Schuh, Agent.