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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOIiNING, SEPTEMBER
4 PAW Nob Until SEPT. 30, 4 PAW
Wait for the Biggest, Wait for the Best,
WAIT UNTIL SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.
' i Mira . . .
Pill ITEft Piffliiaiinffl Hi
f I MftiWffl i
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Will Exhibit AiTternoon inl J'.v mutf ft
LARGEST & HEAVIEST
GREAT FOOTS!! SKGW
flrVr Out tho Children io See
25 1 ELEPHANTS
hJFk Fl FPHAUT
Pl THE WORLD
OPEN DENS ofWILD EASTS
300 Handsome Horses
Wl L T) 11 :, .S 7 S L O OS R
IW L ALL A "it OOKII
CHS AT ITAZin
Chamberlain of the Harem
BEAUTIFUL PER I
GUARDS of the GREAT KEDARKHJN
EG YPTM X PA G tl i X i
Cleopatra, Queen of Egrjt
EARGE ABLAZE WITH GOLD
SAILS OF PURPLE
VENUS,Goddess cf leva
BOWER "of BEAUTY
TREASURES orthe ORIENT
MYTHS OF THE NIL
ART, POETRY and SONG
VMTH, MUSIC AND RZIELRY
BARBARIC GlORY OF ASIA I
STILL ANOTHER TAQISANT
Ji A XI) oyFl fi:j:i)MEX
COTTON FIELD NEGROES
Ca m P -51 KICTIN O 51 K I.) ) I) rsT
CO TTON BALES 'and Aft" CS
SONGS AND " SHOUlItlO
Hippodrome Racing- Chr.nots
KX ICS UTS V H LA I) I LS
9. FEET-HIGH BICYCLE RIDERS
3 Great Brass Banto
ALL KINDS OF H73I':-
ALL SORTS CF MUSICAL INVENTS,
2 MILLION PAEALE
KOTHIKG SO GRAND EYER i;r
NO SIIODHV NO HI!
It l fill Ihnrr not i -r. I"il n t'
reality ; Can lie m iln by ml. ami It h - i .
Muie tu ee Hie iwrmul Smut Paiadeoi o
.'ietForijmiu!h Show th .ii II li hII the In-iee
and OuUilde IUmiIio r ull tlio Siiow n,
Auitiric. ITIS rhi:K'lt Al.I.. Il will i :i)
tu km It, mil Ivt II not ho I'li.i.nin, th.l it
emu no mure tu vUt tin vmiil tan ip'lin::,
mighty, moving; mastodonx1 i:inliirinti.iii il,. n
It doe any of th t'sn'l'ii t loin.)' 'hst
vlll your totality every hh. hi I'sunl Popu
lar Prlro of A.lini-ioii. ( lill.lifn un ler
yir, half-print. (iim nt I i"l? An-ioo
exhibition roniincinfn nt ': and s I' M.
ioil from (mi of town, should ' f if h I to
iinrly li order to Htir ll.nt
.MAMMOTH bl'KCTAi I'LAIl M.-l LAY.
j.tn4Wf- ,jki life., iT iHiavW '', WV?
tefff fe- twtf sm Ipiii
Ltrsett In th worlJI (IKlh nntll tour) With twi.liirw, nml ri;iiin'i o't-u f. .r r ci. nl rmlr m l tnnim
1,200 Men and Horses. 1,000 WiM Iirasts ami ILue Hinls
Ckpttol llv'Htd thru million Vnnipn w pt cli un ol I la ut iiiihixiiiiIiI ! ;i:iirr . (i, .'i'rt of
all the now Brt llin coliiilldiil(, un; it K u";niii"h mIiiiah. Kour m. u ii.i rn i mnhlio il. Thr'T
ICTVUl .n,w m niai.im.Muuiu,iuiii, r' rn ii iv t'l ii ii 1 1 ill , -iniii r ii .t.ii y il , i r i Jrrin I'liilrrHH
I ll 'l
of tt trtnutl elfi ihkiit. Kt'tir. Iturliii nKm, li In i uilriiinrit if . ipur n ml ynr,n mr 01 n.'ii Ul rut
In d1plyi. M i'o thin MUnllltf in ltml 11 1 1 it t ntl roxi ir iirly
illil iiltjvtitit i ,1 ijvvtiirviv
AutiicHiiuwKoii r;art n umiihai)
Plly cipnniii'i Rri-iter, fiiv iRftfi-r. pnrii'l.i iiriin.li.r, rii-u inor.', fplnnv m.in-, una ih ii,h mo-i ,, r-
fcvi. hip i'i'" nn''H"tt O'lii'-i, r n M 1 11 1 1 ,T ,'YIT tr V l l ('M LOOK Hi I (M II 'I I IT U I f I tI lllll
of nmont rornliiti It iitiite. Fnt ml unly urma li 'nlot m rfuniiiiii' i !r.,lhini
Ji.MUIKST and I1KAVIKST JCLK
JMIANT KXOWX TO KXIST
rid llmjorit tdrii4
IV) nrtl will be forfeltl If ny clroiiH In thu worlil n iltlii:tiU I tin uniimi!.'l il in t of M. Lioiiutl,
::hi ! or tin fumiHi I' ri'iicn
ur llio lii':oniiii ln iiKllilt',
irom '" ' Mciim an ami flown tplrul .iImvii i romlwiy H I foi l hi hm-lii ! or llm fumon Knoicii
iroupo nun. mi-, i.om I n-, ill llioir li: jml Clint lli4 J) llltltlC I'ihlhltloll
fnsrlr (ilKlty of
Albion Speeding 60 Miles un Hour una 1) Iuvt High iiirvcle
Orit.UllvlDBl(lrldiir.tnlliUwnclrt! I.omro U-i ,. from H.-rMn ' l.lzzl" H-titon, from Lmidoi..
fr-hold! Hrol l I"'1" lM-rf..rin rt 'I l -t ,ini-! Smiilli i ihv irl' I t -!n hlown Irotn n Pinion
WlldmoZulnj a'iorformihi!ii. rine lii.r.r.l hippopom nl! Tr.i in-1 li,,,,-' Tiu-rMl IIvi iiuh!
Bb emlil Wonderful i jnli; of I'. mo,! Mr ,,.,. .i, , u . (1,lW , A nifHt'iit
UiOdiotn womenl rtlilm! ig Imhlcn! Two rm. r trm.v truck unMin-djuul tunny!
FOUR G III AT CIRCUS RINGS
Scuh lor 20, Out) in tl( Cloml Ttiwoiinir I'iiviliniiH!
.".il il rii-r rhinr on Hi"1 irmnd ctiuid! Thru a ur.'iii Imtnlnl
I'KhltLKSS, POKTK!, LMUNCKLV, oltAXI) GOKGEOUS
FltHli STIIEKT PAHADK-
Kv.tv f.iri'tnMiii . lill,IH.n day, hi'twi-i-ti 9: Omul l"::lf), Itin Bn'Hlly J'mtiil imd K,r 'ous cr Ival glreut
I iiruil.', in winch i ii tin; Miiiio'f'iilv cjriind and biiIiIIiim- pati"Hnt,
C L K 0 V A r It A JJUKKN OF EGYPT
LALLA UOOKII, PRINCESS OF DELHI
With!',.. HANIHOMI'.HT WOMAN ISA M KHIflA I IVmoiifttlii "LnlU Uookll." mid tlio hnrKU of
U.'oi,airit, with I'.irviit i.(ii""i;ti. tliiiiiii.i.tuiii. iir.,!l,t)!ctiic.l"'Hi'vitrhi!h.'lil upon the ntruutH of an
Am.'ric.aiM'.liy l.lvin widhiiiMin ,,o.' in ,,,,,,,,, a f'.'iro of 1111 hrlulit, Hum plilnna cbarli.ta.
A I. 'Ion w.i!;liitr ul.nif it li hi II li'i't hidli blcvr.ln. A rcul lmoti-iuru troup. of xouihurn camn-tttot-lim
uii'ln. "nin. hiiikIiik ii th" procomiiii, n iv.n. : or,. han.lH ofin'Mc. an.) yrund, now anil novel pro
ckkIoii ol ln.iilrv, ih.i vry l.irifo.l, .oh;..hi, m.'ul. i, grandi-nt. pmliilloita and only twomllllon dollar
fHU-niit I'v.r kv.'U on lb- ftrcct. Ai1iiiiMoii only Ml c.'iit j ohlldrnii lliidi'r II year, t."l cent. KxUlbl-
"., V'.1""," "! vv,!,ll" 11 h,':: V''"lr , l1"11"' rroi....nnilec.ji,crtH mm hour nuforu com.
i,.,iicln.by t.o.ihr n uri'iit liam turl.otv lUtua and .vc.iri.lon train on all rnilrond to neo tbla
.rent miiow. r I'ot I in .'iMM.clal accomiiio.iaHoHoria.U,. and children and nil l,o .IcMro to avoid
ADAAL FOUJOI A UG 1 1, Solo l ropriotor.
FROM OUIl BICYCLE CORRESPONDENT.
WIIEUK UK IS, WHAT 11 K IS DOINO, AND TUB
I'LACES V1SITKI1 OVKU TUB QUIVER
E B M 14 M li E R S a t u r (I a y, S E P T. 3 0.
Tlio hIiovo iH tliu cxirertion that luit uiy
lips hs I turned my livk upon tlio olil-time
friumls tin TucRilny tf lust wnuk nnd ntsrt
oil for tlio rncitic const, on my ColutuliU
bicycle, laoutittiil ' a In' clothes pin. I did
not 'Tlmiik Hoavcn' liccuuse I was leaving
ami might return to tliosit friends minus s
scalp, or wnrsi', ntiht never return ht all.
No, that was nt the ilen. I returnod
thanks burau' e I was at last leiivin; behind
mo many tli' iismni tuteries per day, suiih
as, 'how Hra j"U ,'oiiig t get over mouii
taiD9?' 'What will ymi do when you tlnd
tlio roads iiupitsMihlc?' 'Do you really
think you will ever get there?' 'Don't you
think you are crazy to iindi ftako such a
trip?' 'How arc yon going to ernes rivers,'
and so forth, and so forth and so on, until
I was ready to howl!:
I am tint mud, b it noun Dlnll tin.
I left D tnviile, III., mure than two weeks
since, but stoppi-l at Kansas, Id., fifty
miles south of tin: above name 1 city for a
vif-it anions I'riend. and furthor praetit:c on
the wh.-cl. J ti tt as I was ready for my
itarl, the raim deset tided and the tlocd
came, Httd the roads, never exceedingly
good in Illinoi, nt 'all broke up,' so to
speak, li'it I wis tohl it liml raint d lit tie
farther wot, and so I started 'ouyhow.'
Bdt I haw faiic I t.t reach that part of the
went yet where it has noi rain. "I, and I am
now more tha.i two hundred mile Irom
my starting p .int, although much farther
ui'ttli than west. Kioin Maltoon to a little
west of Decatur the puds weiu rl'ectly
horrible. PVoni I.iiieohi to I'liiria the
roads were moderately good in places, and
in places were more than moderately bad.
At Teoria the s'reet were not in the best
condition for the pleasures of wheeling, but
I found two or three streets on rhi;:h tjuite
long, smooth runs could be made, one of
them leading to a beautiful uik outside
the city, where nuiin roiis rin boards for
bade the delighted visitor to kick up his
heels and have a good time.
IVoria is n good town 'md S"e.m to be
quite a business point, rv -n niitude u its
whisky interests, which I was to! '. are 'im
mense.' While in this iuMtififul city, I met
several of tic I'eoria Bicycle t'uib, who did
all tin y could to m ike my shoit stay pleas
ant. Serretaty II. i. House got
out his elegant Expert Col
umbia, and togeth.-r we t.iok io
the interesting features of th city. Tho
I'eoria bicycle dub wis organized in 1881,
has now fourteen members, and all are
well practiced and pnvided with fine ma
chines from I'eoria to this business like
little city, Princeton III., tho roads wete
very bad. AtTiskilwa a stop was made
for a short reit and a shave, fori was be
ginning to look lik til.) historic personage
w ho came from the land where they have
no razcrs. Here I a l"d tho best road to
Princeton, and was shown what was pur
ported to be '.ii. im itinted my rubber
shod horse, end th.i distance being told
me as seven-aud a h ill miles, I was of the
bumbbj opinion that it could be made in
less than forty minutes by little extra ex
ertion if the wy was a little rough. For
a mile or two 'all went merry as a mar
riage bell," but at the end of this the grav
el cHve out and I found myself fl uiudering
along on ill1 mudiest ror.d I had ever struc.x.
I b titled bravely ahead and never said a
single swear until I camo to a big hill,
just recently worked and about five inches
dot p in mud. A dismount here had to be
made and f..r the m x' three miles foot pas
sage was the order of inarch, during which
I use! numerous fellow mortals riding in
buggies and wagons drawn wearily along
by discoiiiago.l looking horses, whose
drivers never failed to ask me why I did
not ride instead of h ading my machine,
Over two hours were occupied in getting
into Princeton instead of lesi than forty
minutes, the worse time that I had ever
made; and I had to stop half a mile from
town mid borrow water to wash oir my
tniicliiiic, mi l brushes to clean up my uni
fotin -u I could enter the place in a style
becoming the great prnffKioii o! journal
ism. Alllniighl didn't look as pretty as
a newly ironed shirt bosom, I flattered my
self I looked moderately decent, except my
left jaw, which has insisted on raising to
'awful' boils upon it since my start, but
which I have always endeavored to keep
turned away from the crowd. I will re
main iiwPfincelon yet two or thrco days,
and then, asthesun iaiitit oncu mote and
the roads in i: drying up, continue my way
in the path of the 'Star of Empire.' I will
take an ofl'uhoot to day to Hennepin, coun
ty seat ol I'utiiuin, fifteen miles north east of
this point. Am now visiting tho family
of Dr. F. W. Rose, one of my hi st ticli re
lations, and therefore feed somewhat at
home. 1 think my next letter will be bet
ter than this one, because between boils
and Illinois mud, till my bust and sweetest
thoughts have soured tin I becomo
worse than prize pieklcB covered with
Tho American Express Co. has thus far
fuled to deliver to muthe baggago shipped
ahead, and yesterday having nothing to
wear but blue hhiit, long stockings, russet
leather bIiocs and abievlated breeches, I
was denied tho pleasure of attending divine
services. But us tho boils boforo mentioned
did not look very picturesque, I felt partly
resigned to my fato, and to-day I shall
make up for lost timo by going with Dr.
Wellington Rose, a cousin and formerly a
journalist to visit Rev. Will E. Eddy a
friend and fellow journalist.
Princeton has thfeo good papers and tho
editors thereof are all nice men. Hut then
it is needless to say this, as everybody
knows that newspaper men are all of tho
worlds best production. Tell the kind
readers of Tub Rulletin to look for komo
thing more interesting next week, and if
they do not get it I will be ready and wil
ling to be offered up on tho altar of dull,
diy newspaper correspondence, provided it
be supported by four pillais of Sucker state
mud. Ilowevwr I havo passed through the
worst not tho rurnace, but tho frog pond
of my trials, ami now look for plainer
sailing. Wii.lHohk, Bicycle Tourist.
Princeton, 111., Sept. 4, '82.
SELLS BROTHER'S 151(1 tt TENT
J RING SHOW.
OiMI.NU TO CAIItO ON MONDAY, SEPT. 11.
HEAD TIIK PIIESS I'ltOOKS OK I'll EMINENCE,
(from tho Kauaaa City Journal of May t.)
PELLS n HOT 1 1 Ell's tlltlL'S.
If circuses, like Chrisiins, came but
once a year, the eagerness which seizes
people to witness every ring pi rformanco
and animal chow that conns along would
be less difficult to. account lor. In these
dajs of ingenious advertising it is impossi
ble to judge of a tent show in advance.
The reputation of its proprietors in keep
ing faith with tho public is the only guide
in such matters.--Sells Brothers have long
beni before the public as traveling hhow
men, and their exhibition in this city yes
terday was proof that they txpect to re
main in the Held for years to come as they
nr.: still working for reputation. A larger
collection of rare animal has never been
seen in any show visiting this city. Tho
animals are not only wh it they adcrtie
but tiny are in most excellent condition.
Of the ten elephants only m vi ii were ad
vertised. Two of them are curiosities in
deed. The two monster hippopotami are
becoming so cumbersome that tiny will
probably be aban ioned after the pt e-eiit
season. The giraff i in his soft ciin!,ion.d
t-Hge mi I the two horned rhi.ioup'S at
tracted a great deal of admiration. Two
newly arrived camels n.oro hairy and un
gainly than the beast ordinarily seen, have
not yet become accustomed to circus f. o.
and are going through acoutseof vi'untiry
starvation. The ring perform inciM are of
an unusually interesting character. Trained
horses, trained oxen, daring bareback
riding, dizzy trapeze acts, a larje corps of
acrobats, all combined attest to the yard
wide and all-wool policy of Mew. Sella
Brothers. The attendance at the afternoon
performance was over 7,000 and at tho
evening performance nearly O.ihh).
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' & OKNIAXS'
Mutual Aid Societt,
or OA l KG.
Oruanlwil Julv lttlt, 1H77, tnih r the Uw o
the 'tat' of Illinois. Copyrlghti'd ,lu!v
II, 11177, finli'r Act oirtiiiKri'Ss.
J AS. H. MeCAHKV Pri'.ldHit
i. .. ",",'! NK,,N ,t vic iwid.'tu
M. I'llll.l.ll'S.. Vice.. I'ri'dld.'tit
.1. A. (iOM).s TINS Treasurer
W.ll. MAKKAN i .... ....m,irLr
.1. S. I'KTKIK I Ju'dlcal Advisors
THOMAS I.RWIB Secretary
EI). It. W1IITK Adtatit Kecrutajy
laKUUTIVK COM M 1TTKK.
Win, F.IMTC'IIKIt, I,. S, THOMAS,
W.O JOCBLYN, K. VINCKNT,
WILL T. KKDIIUHN.
J. A, (loldHllne, of Holilstlni! & Itimi'tiwHter, wbnlu
snlu and rut at I dry Knnd, etc. ; Jim. s. Mi'tialmy,
lumber itcnleri Win, K. I'llcher, Kuneral airmil;
Albert Lewis, dealer In Hour anil (jralns L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Mosen I'lillllps, contractor
ami builder; II. A. Clilittibloy, grocer; 'l'boa,
I. ewlii, m'rr.'tiiry and attornny-allawi W. II.
Miirean, 11iiiipikIIiIc physician ; II. Hander, of
Hinaler A Hon, uroiair; li, 11. Ilnlrd. sln-.'t mtii'r
vmor; Kd It. Wlilto, ann't ai.c, W, O. M. A, Ho
cloly; J. W. Spier, luinlmr and nsw-inlll ; K. L.
(lernlion, bnrhur; K. It, Dlelrlcb. clerk W., Kt I;.
P,K. It.; M. Kobliir. moriibanl tallori .IcIT M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper and window "hades; J,
K. KiiKll'b, conlractor and htilldur; WilM. Hinl
liurn.ol' Morse Kudburtl, cluar manuractttrurs ;
V. Vincent, dealer In Hum and cemutit; I, A.
Phelps, iibotoirriiihor; W.O.Jon' yn, dentist; S.
II . Tabor, mf(. Jowoliir; J. H. Itobhiiou, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petri, physician; II. W.
Host wick, Insurance agent: R.K.Jarhoe, foremaa
8t Uaantalna, andB. B. Walbri(lo, lumber and
eaw-mlll, of Oalrot H. "'Kliton. cnsbltr Nat.
Hank.Btuart, Iowa; Itor. F. A. Wllkoraon, Pryon
burg, Ky. J.W. Taiy( phitolan, Kulton, Ky .