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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUN1NG, SEPTEMBER 10, l8i,
4 PAW Nob Until SEPT. 30, 4 PAW
Wait for the Biggest,
Wait, mr ill o Rftst
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.
W&HSxhibit Afternoon and Kvt nin at
GPA1U) and QOP.SEO'JJS
Fill Iff El
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BRUT fOnH SHOW
Bring Out the Children to Sea
25 ! ELEPHANTS
40 STO-BMT CHARIOTS
OPEN DENS of WILD BEASTS
300 Handsome Horses
If7LZ It EASTS LOOSE
IW L ALL A It ( ) ( ) Iv 1 1
LARGEST a HEAVIEST
liifilN THE WORLD.
GRS AT IT AS IH
Chamberlain of tho Haroiii
GUARDS of the GREAT KEDAP, KHAN
EG YPTIAXPJ G EA X T
Cleopatra, Qttocn of ffigTjt
BARGE ABLAZE WITH GOLD
SAILS OF PURPLE
VENUS, Goddess of love
BOWER OF BEAUTY
TREASURES of the ORIENT
MYTHS OF THE NILE
ART, POETRY and SONG
If J 77, MUSIC AMD RZVL'LRY
BA.IlBAB.IC GLORY 0? ASIA
BULL ANOTHER PAGEANT
It AND op J HE EDM EX
COTTON FIELD NESROES
C A M i - M I'KTtN (; Melodist
CO TTON BALES and MUL C$
SONGS AND SHOUTING
Hippodrome Racing Chiafots
B - FEET - HIGH BICYCLE RIDERS
3 GreatJBrass Bands
ALL ZISTSS OF
ALL SORTS OF MUSICAL IMKTIChS
FREE FOJi A IL
FOTHISG SO GRAMDJYER FFi;
NO SIIODDV-X) HII.V
It it all lhr not ti pr, tit a n .
reality ; Cu be mi by i-.l. and I' I" W' ' '
Mora to th timid btn-tl Parade 4 ';.
OraatPorepaui'li Show thn It 1 all tl, ln-i:..
and OuUtde Idpl''V )l all th Chow, in
America. IT IS KHtE TO ALL. It ill I
to t It. and If t it not bo lurnonm, thm it
CMti do mom to viit tin. ril ni !r l:rt.
mighty, moving iUidoiiii- iiiitiinii(n tli.in
It do, any of Hi tmii-fminl lun1- that
Tbilt our locality every wni.on I mi i! I''jti
lar Price of A'Jmi-V.n. MMrwi mer 9
yanra, halfprlee. (ix:im at I and 7 A.ri-ii.4
ibibltlon eou.iiiti' t and I' M.
Peopia from nut of lown.ftboulrt 'eirh lr
rl)- a 9 3n. Ii orW to lirii tlil
MAXMCrtU bl'ECTAll'LA U Ij1.-II.AV
CAIRO Saturday, SEPT.
Lrget U th world! (18th konnal tour) With two.tir-n.', itn I r''itilr' o!l vii f.iir fi. it r ilrmi'l truun
1,200 Men and Horses, 1.000 Wild Uc;its ami IJanj llinls
Cplll ItiT-tU'd thnie million Kmotn- w j t rli n of r. gri t hi1'i m. ni f -i i n ' . r . i . i of
U lti dow Brut tlni cnnoltilttii ki- Kon-jmu 'Ii Shown, Koiir in "ii'ti'irlc otnlilii"i , Thnm
droit ctrcut fonpni. Mttomoth miitcutn cmilc 'U'irinm. A'Imii I' .r- iMiih. ,lr m sri'ti ciiienM
of Uliid e' thiinU. Htwi t, Itorlm circu. h I u ,trniiint ic i,or n kii'I or,;.' urn urli-ntul f t- ,ic..
lrdlipljl. Mire thn t'nuiillliiir In iiiiii;ttillii'1 dih! nmt ncnrly
All tho SHOWS on Karllt (.'O.MJ!LNKII
fttid tbejQit added
tiponf J gri-iter, rtiVM Urm r, mrni Kritnl-r. co.Ik morn, nhown mor, hivI In Hih inu-t i.r.
pectcbHtatDd rel.rtalil travolltiK trtitcJ rxhllillloii ..v..r .ri'milr.nl I.ool; kI !(,. UnhHruUHvil mid
JiAiMiKST and IIKAVIKST ELK
1MIANT KNOWN TO EXIST
1W (Ol will bflforfelUd If nyc1rnm In tho world c-m dttnllnitii the niioirullrl il m t or na. I.ioniitl
iiUHL LVik .rl":V", "),' ndao,J l'lrl uli-val.s.l rovlwyt.i f.-.-t in lirljn I or llm hunuii. rri-tirh
iSrKriiloiHT'or '" h8,r h''J",1 CHrl1 lMKMninMle hltiHI.n ; ur lliu Inc.titii ri-li iinl )li-,
Albion Speeding CO Miles an Hour una '.I Feet Hiirh Jlicycle
uSinnVi"1.!0 V,M!I,.?"r,,",rh'',,ll!1 J',",,lro f,om lll'rl,,l! ""'. f'" lMuhm.
?il V i " Prformtnu (1rl rttr linr.r.! I n ppu p.it ami I ! Tr.liiH II,,,,.! riu'rul llvt-iiiii.1
Uwaeomewomeul K.tladWi! 1IIK h,., Two rmt-trucu trrk nroniiK iMiiiiil touny I
KOUIt (lltKAT OIJICUS RINGS
ScutH I'tip 2),(irio in Hid rioiiil Towci iiiy Pavilions!
il on r i limrii on lln tfrnml .timil I Threw rcl IihiiiIsI
I'KKKLKSS, PONTIC, PItlNCliLY, r.UANJ) GOItGEOUS
FUKH STItEET PARADE-
I'.Ti rv fnr.Tiooti I'KliiMHon Uv, Iwtyvi'i'ti 1): Omul H::iO, tlm Krently rrntil nnd RorK'oui cur, Ivikl ttreot
i'tili'. In whmii l .n il ilm Wotiili f-illy umihI and (tiilillm uttit
G L K 0 V A l R A QUKKN OF EGYPT
LALLA UOOKII, 1MUNCKSS OF DELHI
Willi tlm HA Ml X IV KsT WtiMAN IN AMKHICAI I'tTioimtliu "I.hIU Kookh," nnd the hro of
( li'oiir, with K14 v lt ' ciii"i ii, Mm ni'iKt nuttf ,iitlr.nt npnolnpl' t'ver Imlnild iion lliu nlreota of an
Ann Tlcmi rliy l,lvln wl d hi'Hl Ioilm in tlm mrniit. A m'.oro of oun lirlulit mim titlloua oharlntl.
Al'loti w.i";iltitf nliiiif with hi. irfcct lilli lilcvr.le, A roil linoii-iiirn troiiiiH of .oiilhurn camp-mont-Inu
Hii'loilim.. "UiijIiik ii iln proci'Mi iii irovi'.. H ureal Iihii'U ol' in ikIi: iiml u-rnri cl, mitvanil tinvu) pro
rirloii ol ImliiMrv, llm vi'ry lurinl, lnnn..i, tiieulcM, i;riiiiileit, rratnlloim anil only two million dollar
piiKeiint ever .eel! on 111" l recta. AiIiiiihuI nly Ml renin i elillilreii liliilnr II yi-ara, S.'.l rent., Kxhlhl-
I ion iiliernoon mi4 wmilng lit ilunl liour. A renie I'.halm, I'roinenHiluconc.erla mm hour lief ore com'
rueiit'ltiK liy Din ihr ureal liumtn frKow Kutm and exciir.lon inilna on all ruilroaila to ano till)
(ireiil mIoiw.- t fTI''or lliu e.pni.lal aeioinmiiiiiitiiin of ladle,, and children amt all who ilimlro to avoid
the rrowil n t u inl 1 1 1 the iIi'khi wiiifun on the nIiiiw iroiiiiil, tli kel will lio on anlu (turliiK thu entire
tin llm exhllililon la here, at 'i. KM N s IKMlKS'niltK.
A. DAM. KOnKI'AUGUT, Solo Proprietor.
FROM oyn BICYCLE CORRESPONDENT.
EEMEMBEE Sa turtlay, SE P T.
WHKUB na 18, WHAT UK 18 IXHNO, AND TIB
l'LACES VI8ITKU OVKK TUB (JDIVER
Tho almvu in tlio expresHion that left my
lipa as I turned my buck upon tho old-time
friends on Tuesday of Inst week and utart
od for tho Pacific coaHt, on my Columbia
bicycle, mounted a la' clothea-pin. I did
uot 'Thank Heaven' because I waa leaving
and illicit return to these friends minus a
scalp, or worse, milit never return at all.
No, that was not tho idea. I returned
thanks because I was at lust leaving behind
me many thousand queries per day, such
as, 'how are you goiug to et over moun
tains?' 'WliHt will you do when you find
tho roads impassible?' 'Do you really
think you will ever (ret there?' 'Don't vou
think you are crazy to undertake bucIi a
trip?' 'How tin! you jio'mjj to cross rivers,'
and so forth, and ho forth nnd ho on, until
I was ready to howl!:
I am not mad, hit aoon ahull b.
I left Dunviile, 111., m ire than two weeks
since, but stopped at Kansas, III., fifty
miles south of the above named city for a
visit ainoii; friends and further practice on
the wlu'el. Just as I was ready for my
start, the ruins dc-seended and the Hoods
came, and the roads, never exceedingly
1,'ooilin Illinois, gut 'all broke up,' so to
.speak. IVut I was told it httd rained little
farther weet, an I so I started 'onyhow.'
But I have failed to reach that part of the
west yet where it lias not nined, an I I am
now more (li t'i two hiinliel ih'iUm Iroin
my starting p iinl, a!llniui;li iiuah farthiT
north than west. From Mat toon to a little
west of Decatur the ro ids were pi-rfectly
horrible. From Lincoln to Peoria the
roads were moderately good in pl ie -s, and
in dares were more Ihau moderately bad.
At Peoria the streets were not in the best
ooudition for the pleasures of wheeling, but
I found two or three streets on wl.ieh quite
lou, smooth runs could be made, one of
them leading to a beautiful ptik outside
the city, where numerous sioti boards for
bade the delighted visitor to kirk tip his
heels and have a good time.
Peoria is a good town and seems to be
quite a business point, ev. n iiiio-ide of its
whisky interests, which I was tf) are 'im
mense. While in this l '-n ut 1 1 ii 1 city, I met
several of the Peoria Bicycle Club, who did
all they could to make my short stay pleas
ant. Secretary 11. G. Ruise got
out his decant Expert Col
umbia, and together we took in.
the interesting features of the city. The
Peoria bicycle club w is organized in 1981,
has now fourteen members, and all are
well practiced and pnvidod with fine ma.
chines from Peoria to this business like
little city, Princeton III., the roads were
very bad. At Tiskilwa a stop was made
for a short reit and a shave, fori was be
ginning to look like the historic personage
who came from the lan I when they have
no razers. Here t a-ke,t the best road to
Princeton, and w is shown what was pur
ported to bo 'A 1.' I ru united my rubber
shod horse, nnd the distance being told
me as seven-and-a-half miles, I was of the
humble opinion that it could be made in
less thin forty minutes by little extra ex
ertion if the.way was a little rough. For
a mile or two 'a!! went merry as a mar
riage bell," but at the end of this the grav
el gave out and I found myself llounderi ni?
along on th" tmidiest ror.il I had ever strucK .
I b dtled bravely ahead and never said a
single swear until I camo to a big hill,
just recently worked and about five inches
deep in mud. A dismount here had to be
ma lo and for the next three miles foot pas
sage was the order of march, during which
I met numerous fellow mortals riding in
buggies and wagons drawn wearily along
by discomfited looking horses, whose
drivers never failed to ask me why I did
not ride instead of leading my machine.
Over two hours were occupied in Retting
into Princeton instead of Ichh than forty
minutes, the worse timo that I had ever
made; and I had to stop half a mile from
town nnd borrow watur to wash off my
machine, and brushes to clean up my uni
form so I could enter tho place in atyle
becoming the great profession of journal
ism. Altln.ugh I didn't look as pretty as
a nowly ironed shirt bosom, I flattered my
self I looked moderately decent, except my
loft jaw, which has insisted on raising to
'awful' boils upon it since my start, but
which I havo always endeavored to keep
turned nway from tho crowd. I will re
main in Princeton yet two or three days,
and then, as thesun is out once moro and
the roads are dryinir up, continue my way
in the path of tho '.Star of Empire.' I will
take an oil' shoot to-day to Hennepin, coun
ty seat of ruti.um, fifteen miles north east of
this point. Am now visiting tho family
of Dr. F. W. Hose, one of my bcBt, rich re
lations, and therefore feel somewhat at
home. I think my next letter will bo bet
ter than this one, because between boils
and Illinois mud, all my bt'Bt aud sweetest
thoughts have soured an 1 become
worse than prize) pickles covered with
The American Express Co. has thus far
fUled to delivor to mo tho baggage shipped
ahead, and yesterday having nothing to
wear but bluoahitt, long stockings, russet
leather shoes nnd abreviatod breeches, I
was denied the pleasure of attending divine
I services. But as tho boils before mentioned
did not look very picturoequc, I felt partly
resigned to my fato, and to-day I shall
make up for lost time by going with Dr.
Wellington Roo, a cousin nnd formerly a
journalist to visit Rev. Will E. Eddy a
friend and fellow journalist.
Trinceton has throo good papers and tho
editors thereof are all nice men. But then
it is needless to say this, as everybody
knows that newspaper men are all of tho
worlds best production. Tell tho kind
readers of Tn Bullkiin to look for some
thing more interesting next week, and if
they do not get it I will bo ready and wil
ling to bo offered up on tho altar of dull,
diy newspaper correspondence, provided it
be supported by four pillars of Sucker state
mud. Ilowevnr I have passed through tho
worst not tho furnace, but tho frog pond
of my trials, and now lock for plainer
sailing. Will Rose, Bicycle Tourist.
Princeton, 111., Sept. 4, '82.
BROTHER'S 15IU 0 TENT
3 RINO MIOW.
COMIMI TO CAIHO O.N MONDAY, ttl'T. 11.
HEAD THE I'HESSI'llOOKSOK I'KKMI.NEN'CE,
(From the Kanaai City Journal of May 9 )
CELLS IinoTIIEIl's C'inCLS.
If circuses, like Christmas, camo but
once a year, the eagerness which seizes
people to witness every ring performance
and animal show that o s along would
be less difficult to account tor. In these
days of ingenious advertising it is impossi
ble to judge of a tent show in advance.
The reputatioii of its proprietors in keep
ing faith with the public is the only guide
in such matters. Sells Brothers have long
been before the public as traveling bhow
men, and their exhibition m this city yes
terday was proof that tiny ijspiet to re
main in the field for years to cmuo as they
are still working for reputation. A larger
collection of rare animals has never lam
seen in any sh'w"vi?iting this city. The
animals are n it only what they advertise
but they are in most cxt ell. nt condition.
Of tho ten elephant only seven were h I
vertisod. Two of them ar! curioait'es in
deed. The two mounter hippopotami are
becoming so rtimtursomi! that they will
probably be aban loned after th" present
seanon. Tlie giraff: in his soli ru!.ioni.d
cage an I 4ho two horned ihi,iou.r"S at
tracted a great deal of admiration. Two
newly arrived camels n ore hairy auj un
gainly than the beast oi linarily seen, have
not yet become accustomed to circus feod
and are going through a c mr.se of voluntary
starvation. The ring performances are of
an unusually interesting character. Trained
horses, trained oxen, dating bareback
riding, dizzy trapeze acts, a large corps of
acrobats, all combined attest to the yard
wide and all-wool policy of Messrs. Sells
Brothers. The attendance at the afterri'sm
performance was over 7,000 and at tin
evening performance nearly 9.0O0.
L'REKA! EUREKA I!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR.
WIDOWS' & OliPIIAXS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcnnlzeilJuIv Ulti, 1H77, tinier tlm Law o
the State of Illinois, CopvrIhteil Julv
, 11177, Dider AetofTongri NM.
.IAS. H. MedAHKV I'ruMuM
.1. II. HOHINHON I.t Vlc.i l'n.aiileiit
M. 1'IIILLII'H 2d Vlco l'realdetit
W, II. MAKKAN l ,
.1. H FKTKIK I Mudloal Ailviaera
THOMAS t.RWIH Secretary
EU. II. WUITB Aaal.tuut Hwiretiuy
KXKcuxivn: com mitt jam.
Wm. F. PITcriKlt, L. S, THOMAS,
W. 0. JOCKLYN, K VINCENT,
WILL T. IIKDIIL'HN.
J. A. (ioldatlnn, of Ooldatlnu Ho.enwater, whole
alo and rututl dry ociil, ele, ! Jaa. S. .McOahey,
lumber dealer Win, K. I'llchur, general airentj
Albert Liovla, dualnr In Hour ami ((rain; L. B.
Tlinnma, bricklayer; Moatm I'hllllpa, routraetor
and hnllderi II, A. Chnmbley, urocorj Thoa,
I. ewla, aeeretary and attorney-! laws w, II.
Marean, lUimupathlo physician: U Hander, of
Haeder A Hon. urocera: H.ll. Ibilrd, trect super
visor; Kd II, White, aaa't sec, W. O. M, A, Ho.
cloly; J, W. Splur, lumber nnd aw-mllli V. L.
tlornliioii, barber: R. 11, Dietrich, cleric W..KI. L,
r.H. It.; M. Kotiler. murohaiit Jailor: .left" M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper and window hadraj . I.
K. Knultsh, contractor nd builder: Will r. Ked
burn.of Morae A Kedhurii, clrnr inatiufacltirvra;
F. Vincent, dealer In llmo and cement; 1, A.
Phelps, photoirrapuer; W.C. Jocelyn, tlenti.t; H,
II. Taher, mfu. Jeweler: J. H. Holilnion, J. 1', and
notury publlo; J. Petri , jdiyalclsn; It. W.
Iloatwlck. Inmranco (ent: K, K. Jarlme, foreman
Ht.Uas inalti. tndK. K. Wnl brilu, 1 limber and
aaw-rnlll, of Cairo; II. Leltflilon. capillar Nat,
Dauk.Htuart, Iowa: IteY, Y. A. Wllkerson, Pryors
burg, Hy.iJ.W. Tarry, phyilclan, Falton, Kjr,