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THE DAILY 0A1RO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOltMNG, NOVEMBER hi, 188-1.
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOKE,
No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
still the lenders in well made boots
mill shoes at low prices. We have in
stock some of the best makes of shoes,
besides many solid bargains. Have just
received a full 1 1113 of Children's and
Misses' Spring Heel Shoes in oil grain,
oil goat and prime kid.
.Men's Good Calf Boots, - - $2.()
Men's Bals and Button London Toe, 2.00
Men's Buckle Shoos, good ones, - 1.50
Misses' Scho d Shoes, well made, - 1.25
Children's Button Shoes, to 10i 1.00
:-tri):)n't forarct our S-VoO Kid and Oil Coat Shoes
for Ladies. They me the Hoss.
Interesting to Dry Soods Bops !
Popular Reliable Cash
BUY GOODS HOUSE
Now oiler the most extraordinary, bargains in
Dry Ooo ls i'vor won in this cltv. Wo liave 1m on recoivinflr new srnoils every day
for the iia.stlliirtvdavx. anl notwitiistaii'linsr the universal cry of dull times,
our hiiMiioHs is jroiul and ur utoro is ahvas crowded. Tie reason is plain. Our
crooiN can he relied on us hoiiitr now and desirahle, and our prices the very lowest.
To those who have boon misled into htijiusr away from lioint, wc would say,
brinsr jour samp es to us for comparison and tfive us an opportunity to compet",
and lf'wu mmiot duidlcatc H'ic8 will u ive you the goods free of charge. Do not
be misled into Inn im,' goods from reading Uatiiiu advertisements in city papers
until you have coninarcd our prices. Keep your money at home and save nn
uecesary charges. We have puod more new go ids ilio pant week than any
week of the season, anil luv; many surprises in the way of bargains this
week. 1 o not fail to
Sec our extraordinary bargains in Black Silks!
CHAS. K. STUART
Till-: DAILY JU1LLE11N.
OITICIaI, PAVKU OF Al.IiXANDKU COl'NTY
k.NTl .H1C1 AT TUB CAIUO I'OSTOKl'lCK FU
VKAXSMISSIOS TIIUOVU1I THK MAIM AT
HKCON1) CI.ARS UATK9.
miscei.i.an i:ura wan m.
VtAVi'KD l.nl;i:f hijiI (lent cm 'n In city or
' ' eomi y to tuke hunt woilf ut tliulr own honef ,
; tn 14 iluy elly iuikK' : work cint by nmll; no
wiriviit-s 'II.'. We have eond (tern mil for on-work
imil lurnl"b ft 11 v emiilovm-iit. AdilreM. with
fumii, (.'HOWS Ml'O. c'oMl'ANY, .111 Vim-XI.,
( iiicii.uutl, Ohio. 11 1 1-1 in
VANTKD- (lood ti- 1 S 1 n urio girl 1 to Uvea'
' old to tRki' cirii of rliil.U yunr Mil. Apply
ut L. L). Uuley ri'Klili'iK'e, on WiiHlitnO'ii v
emu', "ni-lo v I'ourth Ur t. !!t
pcil! SM.r. -d,iP 1'irtf ciiimun Move. Apply ut
Thv liullv.llii tin.:
IOU s.M.K Hnvil i k Jnini i t nirn'v. llt price
J .'4,'p, ui'W, yw.xl Jul), 'for jl.' l. Inquire of K A.
V Mi SALE. lliivil'ick l'ln-toti, new. lit tirlec
-1 $-"'. for ii-i ).- Impure of K. A. Itiuiiett, llulle-
In (Ml!i e.
-Two rollH.'ei' o''
Pniiltir. hurt otie rnll ii" on Ptitilur Htiuve
'J'ltll ft reel lifur
ftlri-et, ut I'lir.'ntn
tf M ,1. lloWI.KY, It M l'ftnte Ac-lit
y 'It KKNr-It'-lleiieepr.noTlyorCol. S.
K'lH ilei on Kiftee'it 'i fireel. Hon.i contiilnf
ten rnoiiM, li in nil ih'eili d tonv iii uci'f and if in
5001! comlition ui'iie-uliv.
M. .1. doWu'liV, Ueill Katute Agent.
IH'USISIIHI) U(M i.MS -T' rout, corner of Wf!i
l- lin.;ti.i Avo and i;.v utli St. ' rf . !' Kl( i: I.I,
UENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Conductor K.t,'!e is the filnr oi n new
f.J llufll Sii(,'c f-ufimtic il the iitiulilicun
hiiHh with ii cluck lor $1.'i,IIU0.
Fresh iiivoioi tif A 1 h h ! k seul pltifli
lndiVii wrtips ut (j'oii .itiiu; A Ittiacu wutcre.
Mm. Thcicf-n ). Aubiry, fnrniorly of
(Vim, ilepirlt.'il this li'u tit Auhtin, TcX'is,
Sum) iy (.'Vi tiin Nov. Dili, lbtil.
Tins b' en 1 1: y (if tlic troii: ury iti pointod
J. Wulkcr Mnurj, ( Wn.-liii)(,'i(iii, tsi-tniit
iufjH'Ctfir of customs M New Orioiins.
Tliu ttcimury ih purtmint purchnuud
370,0'jO ouiici b ol kiIvit for tb livcty ut the
New Or'.curs mitl riiilinU!phi:i taints.
Moilitr Lii.'iln tli, furtneriy Mother
Bupcriur of Lori'tto Acinb iny, of this city
died & few dijs H'.t.te ut Lnrelto K' liiucky,
T)'iVi.t mid Aitiinr tif dipt, lliiiuii
IIill'i cun be Bicureil by uppljin to Miijur
lid. Hallidny on wliwf bout No. 3. tf
. Will open to uioirow (Motnliiy) (i new
lino of coshuirrc ntnl woolen pliiiiJn in now
aud LaiiJbomt! dcbins. (Jolibtitie iV; Uokcii
Gen. Loe;iin e) th del'uut of IJIuiiic
In duo jointly to the rrohibitioi)ii,t, tlm
'Mugwump" d the "Hum, ItoiiinniHiu
Arjf lirncito cohI to arrive for stilu by
Ciiro City Coal Co. l'lirtien cun huvo 50
centH per ton by placing orders iu tinio to
bo delivered direct from earn. th-cu
All heart sawed and shaved cypress
shingles at Lnncnsier & Hice Manufactur
iny Co, for f 2.50 per thousand. tf
Kx Gov. St. John 1b not at all disturbed
by the cry aaiust him going up from the
republican rank?, but rather enjoys it.
Ci.kkks Wasted. -Three lady clerks,
must be good in penmanship and figures;
reference required. Apply at this office, tf
The Chicago Tribune of the 15th says:
The demon of bull luck still pursues the
greatest statesman of the age, who has been
defcate 1 by a silly side issue.
Gospel meeting in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms this afternoon beginning lit 4 o'clock,
closing at 5 Bharp. Every young man in
the city cordially invited to attend.
We call attention to 15'drd's minstrels
which appears this unvning. The company
open up Thursday evening at ' the opera
house, and conic highly recommended.
Just received at New York store, two
ears New York State Apples and Potatoes,
line.t in the ninrket, at lowest prices. Tel
ephone us fur price. New York Store. 10
There will be a meeting of the Alex
under County Sunday-school Association at
the Methodist church next Thursday. All
who feel any interest in the citise are in
vited to be present.
The inclines or the St. Louis and Texas
and the Iron Mountain roads on the Mis-
sotiii bhore are in good condition and no
probability of being ignored by the river
The plastering was hardly dry beforo
all of the store rooms iu the new block cor
hit ol (idi and Commercial were occupied
ex"ept one, and that will not likely long
The "cheerful worker" of the Haptist
church will give an oy.ter supper at llriB
tol's H ill, lliglilli street, Thiirmhy evening
Nov. 20, Supper rc idy at 0 o'clock. Ad
mission, including supper, Jl.) cents. It
Hcv. Mr. Moody, editor of the Haptist
Gleaner, Kentucky, will preach at the Hup
tist church this morning aud evening at
the usual hours. Mr. Moody is a Quo
preacher and the public are cordially in
vited to bear him.
Specials from southern points state
that certain incendiary persons are inflani
ing tlm feelings of the more ignorant nog
roes by leading them to believe that the
return of the democratic party to power
w 11 be followed by the restoration of
l)i KD -At lllooiuinglon, Ills., ou the
evening of the 15th, Dull' Green, son of
JiMgeVNiu. II. Green. His health has
been failing for some time, and though an
event not unexpected, it bring) a ifroat sorrow
to tlm friends and lelatives of the deceasei
JudiieOreen tulogHphcd to have the FoW
b r lay over last evetnnr until thti arrival of
the train. The burml will be at the Me
0 James F. Connell, editor of tho Mar
ion Press, has been elected justice of the
peace, We are pleased to see one of the
editorial fraternity picking up a crumb
now and then.
A Virginia policeman, though eating
heartily, pew weaker and thinner. Then
ho threw up a lizard and got well. Police
men who w,.ko up and go to the midnight
restaurant cannot be too careful to see that
there are i o lizards In the oysters.
-New Orleans has been terribly bother
ed ay the cwamis of little red bugs that the
north wind has blown into thu city. The
Orleauists miht haye known that they
would, sooner or later, be punished for the
defeat ol tbat inoffensive patiiot, Mr. Win.
The Gorton New 0,b:ans minstrel
troupe at the opera house lat night gave
one of their characteristic representations
of Ethiopian character, interspersed with
ballads and solos. The audience was ile
lighted aud enjoyed Urn performance
The Major Wagon and Carriage Com
pany are getting ready to put in a new
engine and boiler of amplo sii) to furnish
all the power required, everything will he
substuntal and when this factory gets fair
ly underway it will prove a va'uable addi
tion to the city.
Gran's Opera Co. is by all odds the
best that ever visited Cairo. Aside I mm
tho chorus selected from tho best talent it
has eight 6tars who take first rank in the'r
respective parts. "The Queen's Lace II m 1
kerchief" to-morrow night, will as it has
in other cities, draw a crowded house.
Don't forget that on next Friday even
ing at the Ideal League hall the Indies of
the Cairo Benevolent Association will give
a ball. The object is to raisa funds for the
benefit of the worthy poor and is worthy ol
generous aid. So let every one go and take
his girl. Refreshments will bo served.
A dinamito factory exploded Thursd iy
last in Tol edo, O. Tho shock was felt for
ten miles and was mistaken for an earth
quake. Where the factory stood uotlnhg
remains but a lirge circular hole fifteen
feet deep. It was caused from a spark
from the pipe of a worktngman falling on
and exploding a package of cartridges.
Mr. Goldstine, of the firm of Goldstine
& Rosenwater, is now in the east buying
goods and finds the market very favorable
to buyers which of course will give their
customers an advantage that could not
otherwise bo obtatned. New goods are ar
riving daily in large invoices and of the
After expending some 25,000, about
oue-halfof the appropriation for the river
improvement at Cairo, ttie engineers have
suspended work, beleiving that nothing
more is required to protect the river bank
from erosion. If time and a rise in the
river should developc a further demand
for revetting the bank. There is still
available for tbat purpose the balance of
the appropriation some $25,000.
Mr. R. B. Griffin, the agent for the
sale of the "perfect Bteam washer," patent
ed in 1882 and improved in 1894, 'nforms
us he has completed preliminary arrange
ments with Mr. L. C. Herbert, of this city,
to manufacture the washers in Cairo.
Agents in the southern states will bo sup
plied from Cairo. Mr. Griffin regards
Cairo as the best point south of St. Louis
for supplying the gout hern trade. A wash
ing machine of real merit must be as otaple
as flour. No well regulated family can do
They Die Hard !
No II to 7 Commission Counts
Cleveland's Plurality in New
.York is 1117.
New Yohk, Nov 15. Official count does
not change the Associated Piets account
materially. Cleveland still miintuins the
plur -.lit ; only 12 jmcinuts to hear
from. Expect to be through by to-morrow.
Cleveland president without d ubt.
Latuii. Through counting ; Cleveland's
Cleveland mid Hendricks' Jul)' lee.
It having been rendered cettain, beyond
a reasonable doubt, by the official count in
New York that Grover Cleveland and T.
A. Hendricks have been elected President
and Vice-President of the United States,
the committee havii.g iu charge the ar
rangements for a Jubilee in commemora
tion of the event announce that the dem
onstration will take place in the evening of
WKDNEMJAY T11K 10'1'H INST.
The committee invite all ciliz i:s of C-dm
and of the adjacent country, who Hre in
favor of honest government to unite and co
operate wit't tiiem in giving siwli signi
ficance to the demonstration as the impor
tance of the questions determined Py the
election set ins to demand. Evidences of
exultation of the result by proccsaiimp,
music, bon-fires, fire-works, firing of can
non, sounding of horns, whistles and bells,
decorations and illuminations of houses,
and other similar e x h i b Is of j y, will be
fully justified and if reasonably indulged
in, without offensive conduct to individuals,
connot properly be obji-ctet to.
Citizens having torches belonging to any
of the Democratic organizations, are re
quested to return them immediately to the
Arab engine house, that they may be filled
and prepare! for use, orptepare them them
selves, if they pre fir to do so, and bring
them for use on the eveirng of tho demonstration.
A programme of the particulars of the
demonstration will be published in advance
of the time fixed for it.
S. S. Tayloi., i
J. M. Puii.i.iivs,
M. J. liowi.uY, Committee of
P. G. Scni.ii, j Arrangements.
2t 15. F. Hi.aue. I
Tho butcher does have some funny ex
pressions; he told Ins assistant tho other
day to break tho bones in Mr. Williams'
chops, and put Mr. Smith's ribs in the
baske' for him, and tell Mrs. Bbick to t ike
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for her cold.
Speaking of Buffalo Bill's "Wild West,"
the Boston Globe says:
"It is tor this reason that the scenes of
years ago which were common in border
life, aro giving way before tho advance of
immigration, and are giving place to the
events of foru'er existence, that tho "Wild
West," as Buffalo Bill's exhibition is so
aptly aud fitly christened, amounts to pub
lie benefaction. The "Wild West" brings
to tho thickly populated regions pictures
and events which must booh become histor
1c. Once Beclng the realism of the attack
upon the Dead wood coach is better and
more Impressive as a study than a hundred
pages of description of the early struggles
aud dangers of tho Western settler; to see
the attack npnn the settlers' cabin, and the
gallant rescue, will give a young or old
student an idea of what our ancestors un
derwent, such as no history can furnish."
"Wild West" and "Buffalo Bill" will be
iq Cairo uext Saturday and Sunday. BpO'
cial trains will run on all tho roads, and
Cairo will see a larger crowd of people am
better show next Sunday than hag ever yet
been turned loose in tho corporation.
Dihd Yesterday at 10 a. m., Walter
William, ion cf Walter M. and Cora L.
Cuudilf, age 5 years ami 1 day.
Funeral services at residence of the
parents on 3d street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues, at 3 p, m. to-day
Special train will leave foot of 4th street at
2 :i0 p. m. for Villa Ridge. Friends of the
family aro invited to attend.
Orau's Opera Company.
. The Atlanta Confutation fayf :
"It may be said at the outnel that M ma
nor Grau's Opera Company scored a great
triumph at the opera bouse last night when
they gave for the first time here a superb
rendition ol that charming though difficult
matterwork of Herr Johann Straus?, "The
Queen's Lace Handkerchief.'' The strength
of the organization was put to a test, and
well did it stand that test. The ensemble
was perfect. The finale of the second act
took the house by stotni, thu audience
cheering vociferously and demanding three
encores. The orchestra, under Mr. lues
sig, was excellent, and the costuming as
rich and appropriate."
This splendid company will be at the
opera house Monday and Tuesday evenings,
opening with "The Queen's Lace Handker
chief" and closing with the pretty opera,
"Little Duke" Tuesday evening.
The Annie P. Silver is due here for New
The City of Helena is due from St Louis
to-night for Vicksburg.
Tho Hudson passed up for St. Louis last
night. She had a fair trip.
Tho Arkansas City from Viokabtirg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night.
Another section of that monster turtle
will bo served again to-day ai turtle soup
at John Gates saloon.
Billy Pell, pilot of tho Futuro ( ity, left
hero by rail yefterday morning. Ho conies
out on thu Future City this evening.
Tho City of New Orleans arrived hero
from tho lower Missistippi lust evening.
She discharged several hundred bales of
cotton hero and departed for St. Louis.
If You Dol
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want tohiru anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have ahouso to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise In Tub Cairo Buu.ktin.
you slum Itl buy 3 our
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CHICAGO ONE-IMddF, CbOTHIXt; JMl'SK.
We cum the largest stock in S'oiillici n Illinois.
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HOYS' AND rillLDKKN'S OVKRCOATS
A I we run civ If, pori't In I to t sum'i.e
arc hliowj n tin Inri "I. Cm ft niol n,i-l , , inj
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lele ct..eli li, 1 !- mil II. ill our p." It A '0 the lowefl.
CJIICAU0 OXK-I'JHCK CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WKKNKlt iS; SON. I'r. ps.
mi , toM:'i. av f J .
A. .:. BUDER,
Sl'KCI A I.
a i vmv. ii i
(.old, hidiiKHid, Sol id Silver,
IJ LAT K D-A' A 11 K.
l-il" Musical Inti unit :its. St I.otiis Prices liuplicuted.
101- Commercial Ave.,
WAI. JI. DAVIDSON,
fja)annc(l ncrlin and Acatu "Ware,
lliitl Cajrcs, Until TuIh, Water ('oolers & lee ('renin Freezers.
Aeeut for Adams & WcMluke Oil. i;a.oine ftml Un s loves, Detroit
Siife Co., Hamilton Steel Plows. Chilled Plows WulUina: Cultivators,
Coin Shellers. Planters, Kte., Ktc.
Sos. 27 &
'I'liU.KI'ItOXl': NO. 'JO.
"It to L'ranclly reutlftlc ai (1 li'.ftorlc Uy remli.l-cetit.,' - U encra V. T. Shermun.
"After a c ntiirj ri'li!' . Mie nreiif If ilethr.oied .'' llnnHli e.
'The fiorli of diieleiit II me f urei in excull. l.''-l;rlcli l'onirof.
r.ase linll Park, Cairo. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22 and
Two Afternoons only, nt 2:0 p. m.
'I'll" Cet t tj-y Ni,vc:ty' Ten Larue for a l.'anva' I
THE GU ANDES T EXllIlUTiONON EAUllII
m'f'l.'AI.'i Itll,:, (Hon W. K. Cody), Itin til ml ru'elinli tt oTttll Sronln. Jtiltlpd and tiidlan Flliter
known In Ane M lean ilKtory, ,Mnr cloud Hi icftrlii" Mrkfinun. Cmt 11 iruiirdtif, Ci iimiiltin W InR
1I"', 2 U j'aitl limiitf' Scout., Cowle.yn, IimIIiii.h. .Voxicuif, llerilf or lliiUMo, Ulk. luer, leti 1'otile.
GRAND riOTUItl'BtiUE 0A3H1M
"Ciur l'reflilnut ntid Cnliliiot, our tictiuraU, our I'ulilto and our l'rom accord It patronitKe aud
TIIltEE TlIKIMdNG WATTLE SCENES I
AttncldTiifaHtftifeCoiieh, tlm I'onv KxpreM, Indian Diinren. Kiclilnu Horf niiceit, Hliootlnit on
Foot, Nhooi lim on llorfeliiiek. I, a-foinif W Id KUurn, Jtldlii HuckliiB Horitof, (Iritud llutliilo limit,
IndlftU Attiii'k on thu Culiln hf peclnl y Kreetoil,
A. Visit Arcst in Three Hours
To net) woiH'd Dial Iirto f(t thounnnitu lltolr llvoi to vluw.
Doors Open at I 1 M. We Show Rain or Shine.
Admission, HO Contrf. t hildron, 2C Cents.
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO GET THERE.
SfHtroetmMtoiiroiindii. IlllnolnOnlral. Molillo & Ohio. Nt, Lmli Short Man, Ht. I.oun
Cairo,' Wabaxli, iron Mountain and Tixu & Ht, l.ottipruti enctirfloii tiaiim.
GRAND STREET PARADE SATURDAY MORNING, .