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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1882.
No JJi Show Coming' a day Sooner. AVait. for
the Show that tells the Truth, the Whole
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(JfJ SELLS BROS; ENORMOUS R. I!. SHOWS gpfj
(jtyj ALL NOW UNITED. fiOf;
For 1'ublic Patronage.
Proving tun Evident Kui't.-rlurlty of
SELLS J5KOS. li C03IBIXED SHOWS
(Vi: ANY AND ALL OTllEK COMPETITORS.
CLAIM 1. Tliey have the largest and best Show ever
presented to the people of this or any other country.
CLAIM 2. They have united six Great Circuses, six Rip;
Menageries, six Mammoth Aquariums and six complete Mu
seums, in one vast organization.
CLAIM 3. That by the consolidation of the shows above
enumerated they are enabled to give their patrons six times
more amusement for the same price of admission than can
be given by any other traveling combination.
CLAIM 1-. That they have six lare tents, exclusive of horse
tents, ('amps, etc., and that these six tents are all used for
the purnose of presenting theirmany novelties to the public.
CLAIM 5. That their Circus is larger and better, and their
performances more novel and varied than any six shows in
CLAIM 0. That they have more and better Equestrians,
moreand better Clowns'more and better Specialists, and mora
General Performers than any six shows in the country.
CLAIM 7. We have the Great Parade of the country, the
finest highway holiday procession ever witnessed. See it
and be convinced.
CLAIM . We have twenty great Clowns, who appear at
each entertainment introducing jokes, jests, and witticisms;
all of whom will appear in the ring at one time.
CLAIM 1. We have Ten Great Rands of Music, embrac
ing over 100 musicians, together w ith a Grand Steam Piano,
Jubilee Singers, Highland Rag-pipers. etc.
CLAIM 1. We have seven educated trained Stallions, who
w ill daily aopear in a series of incredible performances, ex
hibiting a decree of intelligence and sagacity impossible for
the human mind to comprehend.
CLAIM 11. We have Twenty Golden Chairots. designed
and finished in the most gorgeous manner, and drawn by
Herds of Elephants and Camels in the great procession.
CLAIM 1 2. We have and use the wonderlul Electric light
with Kltflitn'iiCliainlHii'rH, with mi illuminating: power equal to 80,000 gras jets.
CLAIM l.'L We have the largest Two-horned Rhinoceros
ever on exhibition, weiirhinij five tons.
CLAIM 11, We have a Herd of Ten Elephants of all
ayes, sizes and f)ieeli's, anions which is the Oimit Ceylon Elephant, and the only
Midijet or Dwarf Elephant in the world
CLAIM 15. We have 100 Massvio Hens, Lairs and Canes,
containing more live wild tuiliu lis, bpustrf,
CLAIM 10. We have the great Charles Fish, Champion
Equestrian of the. world.
C LA I M 17. We have the wonderful Adelaide Cordona, the
world's greatest horse-woman.
CLAIM 111. We have the wonderful Devene Family, the
Japanoso Miracle, Little All Uiht and over 100 other irreat artist.
CLAIM 10. Wk llAVK AND WILL KXIIIBIT LlVIJfa alRAEFB,
trained and Introduced in the tlio arena, broken so as to be pulded and driven In
CLAIM 20. Wk Havk Mokk than Six Timks THE AH HAT
of Equestrian irenius, more than Six 1incs the Arenie talent, than ever before
coi i reflated in a single, exhibition.
Each and every claim above prc-cntcd will be proved at eiich nUee this
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adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
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purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its Laving received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PUICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
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ria.arlat EUracu, ana lir. Price'. 'Jolqn. ferfamM.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Lire In.nrance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alone Iihik
HipnlHtlni Hint tho cnntriirt of Insurance "bll
cot be duo'.itcd" alUT It i ttirec yers old,
and that aucti poltcli'i shall bo
on rocolpt of inllflaclory proofi of dtath.
ltd policy Is clear aud concUeanil contalua
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B -READ YOl'H rOMCIKS. Compaie tho
"hort nd elniplo lonu hkco hy ut Kquitiiolo with
ho long au.l obecura contractB loaded duwu with
tuchulcalltluf liteued by other couipauiual
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder are
N. IV 8oo the many letter from policy hiiMoif
xprinit their umtincannn with inn returni ir
their ToNriNU 8avinu Kl'su I'oliciii.
BecauBo of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surpluif Securely Invented, nearly
K. A. BU11NETT, AKont.
OfflM. corner l'-'th and Wnautucioi.
NoTtmbei 24, 1881. mid
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORHKi TED DAILY 1Y CHAH. CUNNING
'':W P. M. August 18, Idea.
u.y v. m .
:.,W V. M. Clonlni.'.
1 "IS WHtl'i
NEW VOUK. AL'OL'ST 1M. IWl.
Wlieal K.V.$l l V jl is, No Sited 81 W
Cum No. : c.
V. F 1.AMH1UN, river elitjr or I'm! Hl'li.tiw
and "Itamlunt piaener aont. Ordnrn for all
lclndof teaml)ont job jinntluit solicited. O Ucu
at PliiDiero Holl, No. M Ohio loveo.
BTAOE8 OF THE RIVEK.
The rivur matkeJ by tliegaugu lafeven'
ing at 4 o'clock at tliis port 19 foot 10
inches and fulling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 180 p. m Rivet 1 feet
4 inches ami falling.
Cincinnati, Auj. 18 -6 p. m. River 13
feet 2 inches and falling
Lotiinville, Atu. 18 '5 p. ni. River 7
feet 6 inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 180 p.m. River 7 feet
5 inch and falling.
fit. Louis, An-:. 180 p.m. River 17fet t
The City of New Orleans from tho lower
Mississippi arrived yesterday morning at
:30. She had a light trip aod lett for St
Louis at 6 a. ra.
The Cons Millar from Memphis arrived
yesterday morning at 5 o'clock. She had a
light trip. Capt. C. li. Rusiell, hercottv
mandur, was very sick with malarial fever
Dr. Dunning was called to see him, The
Millar left at 6:30 a. m.
Dr. Dunning weut up on the City of
New Orleans o attend a lady who was
dangerously ill. He will return this mora
The popular Andy Baum is the reliable
packet today for Memphis. W. F. Lamb
din passenger agent will furnish tickets at
the lowest rates.
There is some talk of a daily packet from
Cairo to Cape Girardeau. We believe it
could bo made a good paying trade.
We ate sorry to inform our readers that
Capt. II. E, Taylor of tho Qua Fowler is
very sick at his homo. Hope ho will be
able to be at his post in a short time.
Tte Hudson with Capt. John Griffith in
charge will arrivo hero this evening for
St. Louis. Passengers for the future great
ami intermediate points can secure good
rooms and and the best accommodations
offered on any man's bout by calling on
W. F. Lambdin ticket agent.
The Fannie Tatuui is still lying at St.
Louis. We are not authorized to state
what Capt. Conway intends doing, but can
say for the present "sho is not in the ring."
Business ordinarily mild yesterday.
Nothing calculated to agitato the public
The line Anchor line steamer City of
Cairo arrived last evening at 2:40. She
had a good trip and departed for Vicks-
burg at 5 p. m.
The J. II. Hilman from Nashville is due
Two men of tho unfortunate Gold Dust
sutfrrcrs who were uuder treatment here in
hospital died yesterday.
Tho City ot Helena is tho mail packtt
from St. Louis this evening for Memphis."
We called m at Mr. DeB iun's oyster de
pot last evening and found all of his tables
filled with patrons, We took in a dish of
tho bivalves and loft satisfied that tho oys
ters were immensley.
We notice in tho Daily Times of Padu-
call that Capt Len Rouse has just recov
ered from a severe billious attack. Alter
a hard fight ho was victorious. Leu is
hard to got away with. IIo goes all tho
gates and is still in tho riug.
Tho Golden Crown leaves New Orleans
for Cincinnati to-day.
Coup's cirrus to -day will give an exhi
bition tnd if they play according to tho
"bill of faro" the country boys ami girls
will go homo as happy as a darkey with u
jug lull of butter milk.
Tho Will Kylo from New Orleans passed
up last night for Cincinnati. Sho had a
largo uutnbor of passengers and a very good
up Btrosin trip of freight.
Don't Be Alarmed
at liright'Disuaso, Diabetes, or any disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
ss Hop Hitters will certainly and lastingly
cure you, and it is the only thing that
On the Western phiiii", when tho
"boys" wish a little amusement with a
"tender-foot," as a newcomer is called,
tlioy mount him on n breakini; horse.
Tho fun lies in seeing him illustrate th
nursery dogerol, "Now you go up,
now you go down." Judging from I ho
following narriilive of rui Kgyptian
traveler's experience iu riding a camel,
the Arabs also have much fun in seeing
a "tender-foot" riding a cnmel for tho
Mounting the camel is not difficult,
but it has some sweet surprises fur I ho
novice. The camel lief, upon tlio ground
with nil his legs shut up under bun liko
n jaekknife. You seat yoursdf in tho
broad saddle, aud cross your legs iu
front of the pommel.
Before you are ready, something like
a private earth-quake begins under you.
The camel raises his hindquarters sud
denly, and thrown you over upon his
neck; and. before you reeovt-r from
that, ho straightens up his knees and
gives you a jerk over his tail; and,
while you are not at. all certain what
has happened, he begins to move off
with that dislocated walk which sets you
into a see-saw motion, a waving bank
ward and forward iu (lie capacious
Not having a hinged back for this
movement, you lash the-beast with your
koorbash to make hiin change bis gait.
He is nothing loth to do it, and at onco
starts into a high trot, w hich sends you
a foot into the air at every step, rolls
you from side to ide, drives your back
bones into your brain, and makes cas
tanets of your teeth.
Capital exercise. When you bavo
enough of it you pull up. ana humbly
inquire what is the heathen method of
riding a dromedary.
It is simple enough. Shake the loose
halter-ropu (he has neither hridUs nor
bit) against bis neck as you swing tho
whip, and tho animal at once swings in
to an oasy pace, like that of a racking
horse. But everything depends upon tho
camel. I happened to mount one that
it was a pleasure to ride, after I brought
him to the proper gait. We sailed
along over the smooth sand, with level
keel, and on cushioned feet, lint it is
hard work for the camel, this constant
planting of his spongy feet in the jdeld
A German captain of artillery named
Von Khrenberg, having written a
pamphlet in which he endeavored to
show how millions of marks might bo
saved upon the German war budget nn
nually by the abolition of useless pomp
and show, has been tried by a military
court at Cassel and sentenced to three
months imprisonment, to pay the ex
penses of the trial, and to be dismissed
from the service. The court found that
the prisoner had insulted the MiniMor
of War, as well as the Imperial body
guard, of which he had contested the
An Australian Doctor
An Australian lawver has turned doc
tor, and is accomplishing wonders. "Ho
places uo restrictions on diet, and re
quires no abstinence from liquors or
narcotics. His ordinary treatment of
all complaints is identical. Ho simply
breathes ' Hie part of the body that is
alllieted, uia ii it is 'immediately niado
whole.' Occasionally, when tho com
plaint is of long standing, where thero
is deformity, or n severe swelling, ho
gives the m i lie re r a bottle of water to
take away with him. to he, used inter
nally, according to the location of tho
disease. This water is medicated sim
ply by being breathed upon."
QAIKO CITY FKRKV CO.
IlIKKE .feSil STATES.
On and afttir Moti'Uy, July il . nii'l until further
nolle .ili'i f'ir'yixmt I'Iimh SUl nwlll run us oour
as Hwaibloou trie following uinu Uhli:
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Knot Fourth it. Mlnnourt I.nnJ'K. Kentucky Ld g.
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On lt trip IukvI nit Kunl li- lev ImiilliitfHt 4:) o'clock
p. u , tint himt wil f llinN Point, miking con
ned Ion with T .t St. L iua iMii(T rut n for Cairo,
rirxt trip st rt:S'i it. in, l-tivin O ilru. Will connuct
wIlbT. A Mt. I., train Icavlim Cairo.
KBUl'LAH CA1HO AND
1IKNHY B. TAYLOK Matr
GEO, JOBE9 Clerk
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will cure dyspepjit.heartburn, mala
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enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cure weakness, Jack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
Is the only Iron preparation that
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other Iron preparations will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
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clety; .1. W. SpIit. lumber and w-inlll; K, L.
tl.-rtiluon. h.ir'vr: K. II Dietrich, clrk W., St. L.
AP R It ; M. Koliinr. iivuclnint tailor; Jeff M.
Clark. d''alur In ull inn r an t wlinlow aliadeK; J.
E Knidlnh, coiilractnr and builder; Will T. Knd
burn, of Mnrau it Ki'illnirn, rliiiir niuuufactnrera;
K. Vlncont, duilor in Mine a id comwnt; L A.
Phe p", iiliiiiovraplii'r; W C. Jiwt'hn, dontiat: H.
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tiotury nubile; J. r. l'iiru, nh alclani H. W.
Duaiwlok, tniiriiiKii anui : K. K Jarhne, foreman
Ht.Uaa m'llna, and It K. Walbrid(i, lumbar and
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