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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22. 1881.
Wait for Nothingthe Big Show is Here!
THE BEST AND GREATEST, THE MOST RELIABLE
MOST ATTRACTIVE SHOW ON EARTH,
will Exhibit at
Cairo, Ills,, Saturday, October 22,
AFTERNOON AM) EVKNI.NU.
SHELBY, PULLMAN & HAMILTON'S
The Egyptian Caravan, Oriental Menagerie
and Trans-Marino Circus,
An Immense Museum of L'0,000 Curiosities,
A Vast Pea Aquarium of Sea Ijions
Sea Ijeopards and Polar Elephants,
All Exhibited under 120,00 Tt. Water-Proof Canva
FOIl ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
FOUND AT LAST!
TUB oulr atiHolululy perfect Olais Moiiliipli cc CI
Kuroltu ever made, Do not full to try the New and
Cigarettes, at II. MEYERS'. A perfect mouth
pluco attached to uatli and every Cigarette without
It la ImportiiDt for yon to know tint the Tobacco
DHvd In mukliir tho
New "Stcphania Halves"
In of the very (Inert quality, and U absolutely frco
from all dangerous drug", and attention In called to
thafai.t thul positively
If used In thU Clgaretto. The New Btepbanla
fialvea are the .Onent Cigarette evor offered to the
imokera of auy community.
Tho Flneat Tobacco! Fiueot Rice Paper!
Free from all Dangerous Impurities!
The Flncat Mouthpiece! The Cleani-n Smoke!
I'rlce loeenta per package of 10.
hold n y
II. ME YE US,
Wholea ole Tobacconist,
October 6, Mi.. -dim CAIRO, ILL8.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SOETS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON" WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOltK DONE TO OKDKK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
Mien the Mastodon Comes yon will see the Sensation of the
PZAZTCIV " TH U FEARLESS.
n her terrific acts, in the course of which she crosses the pavilion 100 feet above the
icads of the audience, on nn INYISI15LE COBWEB WIRE, makes a head foremost
live from the summit of the pavilinn, and is SHOT FROM AN ENORMOUS CAN
NON, charge! with powder and irj ctcd sixty feet, horizontally. She is the only
&AZEL, ami must not he confotinded with others who have advertised to accomplish
cr feats and foiled. 7.AZKL NEVER KAILS.
You Will S-x
Professor Neil Smith's Greatest Do?" Show on Earth,
nd Troupe of Canine Comedians. The b bt trained and most accomplished dogs ev-
er seen. You will see the Finest Lady Rider in the World,
'roni the piincipul Circuses of Europe, who has no equal for beauty, prace and skill.
You will sec a
2,000 POUND SEA LIONS.
You will see the sensational Bareback Rid.r of the Day, Mr.
n his principal Act, in which he executes a Double-Backward and Forward Somer
sault, while his horse is at full speed. You will see
Tlie "Wonderful Carlos
n their feati of Equilibrium, Posturing, Classic Scenes aud tho Young Carlos in their
Great Four Pony Bareback Act. You will sec the
Ponderous Centenarian War Elephant "EMPEROR,"
One Hundred and Two Years Old; and the
Twin liabio.-, Topsev and Jennie.
You will see Five Clowns, led by
'ho Versatile Histrionic Clown and Impersonator, in his Songs, Character Scenes, and
Types of Peculiar People.
When Tho Mastodon Comes,
You will see all we have Mentioned and a Great Deal More.
WE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. Admission, 50 cts; Children under 9, 25 cts.
Reserved Upholstered Arm Chairs, at a Sliffht Advance.
)oors open nt 1 and 7 o'clock p. m. Performances commence at 3 and 8 o'clock, p. m.
Do not Fail to See the Grand Street pageant
lie most beautiful sight over witnessed. A GRAND FREE SHOW of Surpassing
Splendor which will pass 'through tho principal streets at 0 o'clock a. m. For full
particulars see Programmes, Pictorial BilUboardB, and the "Illustrated Herald of
Wonders." Oct. lO.-dM.
THE ICE KING.
Heady now, to furniih and deliver ICE Id any
quantity both wholetale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully aoliclt the patronage of all my old
fri eiide and aa many now on on. and guartntnethem
(Htiffactlun. J AC 01) KLEK.
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to tho Ilnmeopathlc treat
ment of furglcal diseases, aud diseases of women
Office: No 10 Eighth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. I).
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenuo near the corner of
Kliztith HtreL't. over Taher Brother's Jewelry slon.
Kesldence corner Fourteenth, street and Wash
The Celebrated Klortro-Vepor and Medicated
Baths which are an iinfnillnir euro fur Rheumatism
'Neuralgia, Fever-Ague and many other ailments,
administered dally during oiur.o hours.
Office hours, from 8 to Vi A. m from 1 to A and
from T to 8 p.m.
fJIHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
O rvlro, Illinois).
W. P. BALLIDAT, President.
H. L. BALLIDAT, Vice-President.
TU08. W. UALL1DAY, Coshlor.
STAATSTATMn, W. P. RALLIDAT,
NaT L. BALUU4V, R. H. OUKMINUBAM,
. II. ffULUANSON, STlrUlM B1IID,
n. . oANDia.
While other Jinking J'owdcra
tire largely adulterated with
Alum and other hurtful drugs,
has been kept urn hanged in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effeeti revet is the fact of its
having received the highest testi
monials from the most eminent
eh emists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
11 is a pare Fruit Acid Baking
Powder, Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Lends, Mo.,
Manufacturers of Lupulin Yeast
Gems, Dr. Price' Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. Price's Unique
MAKE NO MISTAKE-WAIT FOR
igffest of all Biff Shows!
A I ItO, One Dut Only.
OLD JOHN EOBIKSON,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
rillCAOO, (illAIN AND rOKK.
CmcAfio, Octnhcr 21. U:!(0 A. M.
Pork Nov'r, 10 50; Jan'y, 17 05.
Wheat-Nov'r, 1 34; Dw'r, 1 Sr.
Corn-Nov'r, 01; Dcc'r, 02Ji-Oats-Nov'r,
42J ; Dcc'r 43j4.
Chicago, October 21, 12 m.
Pork Feb'y, IS 10; Jan'y, 17 87.
Wheat Novr, 1 35 if; Dec'r, 1 39.
Corn May, 08; Dec'r. 03.
Oats Nov'r, 43; Dec'r.
Chicaoo. OctolK:r 21, 2:30 v. m.
Pork-Nov'r, 16 72; Jan., 17 07.
Wheat Nov'r. 1 35?; Dec'r. 1 37.
Corn Nov'r, CI Dec'r, 02 .
Oats Nov'r, 43?; Dec'r, 44 8
NEW VOHK GKAIN.
New York, October 21. 12 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, 1 401 43.
" ' Red. 1 49 tf .
Corn -No. 2, C9?71.
The Gold Du.st was the Vicksburg pack
et from St. Louis hist night.
The Ikrtha Ioe returned from Hickintin
yesterday and left for Metropolis.
The Duncan has laid up for a few days
until business commences on the M. & O.
The Satn Roberts and barges are still
here waiting until business yets better be
fore they commence loading.
A heavy log hung ovor the city and river
for tho last two mornings, stopping busi
ness on the river some hours.
The Hello Memphis will be here frum
Vicksburg for St. Louis to-day. Also the
Stc. Genevieve from Memphis.
The City of Helena did not arrive until
8 o'clock yesterday, being detained by fog
fifteen hours. She left fur Memphis.
Tho City ot Alton, from St. Suing to New
Orleans passed down last night with a good
trip. Sim was detained by fogsoino hours.
The Silverthorn will be hero this morn
ing from Onccola, and leavo again to-night
for points between here and New Madrid.
The Kato Kinney will bo hero to-day
with the circus that shows to day. Tho
circus ends the season here and tho Kate
Kinney goes to St. Louis.
Tho Future City enmo up yastcrday
morning with the tow of tho Emptus, from
New Orleans ami ono barge of railroad
iron for Belmont. She left for St. Louis.
Tho gunge reads 19 feet 10 inchos, a rlso
of 7 inches in tho last 24 hours. Indica
tions are that the river will continue to rlso
for some timo. All tho water is coming
out of tho upper Mississippi.
Tho Golden Ilulo camo out yesterday
drawing about 3 feet and towing two
barges, the Turner Lewis, belonging to tho
American Transportation company nn:l
bargo No. 87 of tho St. L. A M. V. T.
company. Tho Rule is tho first boat out
from Cincinnati sinco July, with tho ex
ception of tho Ella, belonging to tho aamn
owners. Sho loaves for Now Orleans to
day. Old lohn Robinson find his monster
show, on thoir way south in search of new
fields to conquer, will givo an exhibition in
Cairo next Wednesday.
Exchange, Colu and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AMD BOLD. '
DepoilttreceWtd and gsnertl banking bnslneti
A now butchor shop has been opened,
on tho corner of Eighteenth and Toplar
strcots, by Mr. Henry Whlteamp. Mr.
FrcdWhitcamp, tho experienced butcher,
has chargo of tho establishment, and duals
out to tho public tho bcBt of meats in the
plcasantest manner possible. Olvo him a
call at once. ,
The Pioneer Showman with his Big Show,
Will exhibit at Cairo, Wednesday, Oct, 2681.
It has the only GIANT OX-Larger than an Elephant!
It has the only BIG MENAGERIE!
It has tho only BIG CIRCUS!
It has the only BIG AQUARIUM I
It has the Only
JBIQ HERD OF GIEAPFES !
The only Big Polar Bear!
The Only Laminoin!
The Biggest Lions!
The Biggest Lot of Animals!
The Biggest TableaxCars!
The only Herd of Big: Elephants!
The only Rhinoceros!
The Blgarest Tigers I
The Biggest Troupe of the best Performers I
The Biggest Procession !
AND WILL GIVE THE BIGGEST SHOW,
A.t Cairo, Wednesday, October 26.
t-eT Doors open at 1 .00 aud 7 :00 p. in. fSTGrand Free Parade, at 9 :00 a. m.
Reduced rates on all Railroads, so as to have the BIGGEST CROWD at the BIG
GEST SHOW in this Great Big Growing City of Cairo.
Mrs. II. A. Ilannon has returned from
her loug visit to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Fisher will return
from St. Louis this morning.
Mrs. W.H. Ray will leave to-day on a
visit toher mother in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Winans have returned
to the city and arc siMi ..t the Litnbcrt
Judge Marchildon and Mr. Martin
Brown, of Thebes, were in the city on bus
Mrs. Harvey Robinson, of Memphis, is
in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Schutter.
Mis3 Ratio Howard went to Hodges
Park yesterday to visit her sister, Miss
Phylis, who is teaching school there.
THE SHOW TO-DAY.
The Shelby, Pullman & Hamilton bIiow
appeared for tho first timo yesterday, and
their immense- pavilion was packed on
both occasions. Tho performance is first
class, and presented to tho people in a stylo
of elegance unsurpassed. We recommend
this mastodon show as ono quite a novelty
thut performs all it advertises.- Parkers-
nurg (v. va.) ttagle.
A good circus and menagerio is one of
tho niont cnjoyadlo shows, ami wo have
never seen a better entertainment, more np
preciativc and better pleased audience than
that which packed the huge pavilion of tho
Messrs. Shelby, Pullman & Hamilton.
Jackson (O.) Plaindealer.
A show replete with versatility and de
void of vulgarity, and ono that keeps faith
with all its promises- such a show is tho
Shelby, Pullman & Hamilton's United
Mastodon. Covington (Ky.) Common
wealth. Their tents will be pitched in Cairo to
day. This is the last and, of course, tho
best of tho season. Everybody is sure to
LIST OK MCTTKIW 11KMAININO UNCALLED
yOll IN THK I'OSTOKKICK AT CAIHO, ILL.,
SATUltDAY, OCT. 22, 1881.
Albright, F. E.
Bird, S. K.
Buckley, Mrs. (col'd;
T. 8., Mary
Sours. Mat tie
Taylor, Yelly Ann
Barrett D Frank
Bell J W
Bradfield J II
Courtlaod Geo A
Dean G M
Dallas R F
Fallis B F
Hav James C
James Wm II 3
Kinghr, M. G.
Macking, J. F.
Martin, L. C.
McCoy, Geo. B.
Milburn, C. W.
Pickler, A. B.
Stcnard, J. V.
Thurman, Will II.
West, Wm (col'd)
Wright, P. C.
Withan, Edgar A.
Browns Fred E
Bondurant J O
Clark J C
Easly Henry 2
Helusy W II
Hill Ranson L
Jenkins L R
Marshal, C. II.
Maynard, A. W.
Spelman, C. C.
Stevens, Morris 2
Shepard, J. T.
Wilson, Harry W.
Pnranna callim? for the above mcntionod
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaig, Postmaster.
1000 MKN AND 500 TEAMS, TO WORK OIC.
a O. 8. W. K. It. LATK t'AUUCAH AND
MKMPniB. WAOKS FltOM f 1.50
TO $2.25 I'Ell DAT.
Plehty of good station work from 15 to
17 cents pur yard. Transportation will be
furnished free from Memphis or Paducah
to Covington or Trimblo. Apply on work
between Covington and Dyersburg or at the
feed store of W. J. Chaso & Co., No. 182
Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
Dunavant, Kelly & Tirim.
ORDINANCE NO. 77.
An Ordinance to Prevent Climbing, Jumping,
vmiKini? to or nanKing upon, mrsoi cars, ot
Be It Ordalued by tho Cltv Council of the CUT of
Bm.1. No pernon ah all climb, Jump, cling to or
han upon any strt railway car, while in motion.
Mo, v. Any person who atisii violate me provi-
alon of the fonrnotng leettoa shall forfait and pay
to the city of Cairo s sum not oxceodlng &for
uach and every offanae.
Bin. a. Anyporaou wno man oosvnettne piss- :
ageof any street railway car by Discing upon the .
tract or iraem 01 aamo sr.y sucss, siones or on
stractlons of any kind wbntom, or who shall, la
snv manner, miurwre wun or a am site any street
railway car, shall, upon conviction, be flnod not ex
cowdlng two hundred dollars (or each and every
Approved October list, A. 1) . Wl . '
N. II. THIHTI.KWOOD, Mayor.
Attest: D. J. Folit, City Clerk.