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',,.- THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MpRNINO, Sl?.TlSvlBEIt 4, 1007.
toooooooooo iyiivr ads i IN THE CAIRO BULLETIN 4RE READ EVERY MORN ING IN 3 0 00 FAMIL!-S.' The Want Column's of. the Bulletin ate consulted by hundreds oi ptopin every mornidg In search of real esiate bargains, sutlcles for sale, lost or found, sit nations wanted and vacant. On j.rtlun, per word . . ,01 Three Insertions, per word ' .02 i ()n Week; per word .... .03 Oue Month, per word .... .15 it A i t . No adv wlicsufcul inserted for less than 23c. -'Hint cmum tut .Jif.tik '' 'l'.:f .1.1. fi!!,t..t;nua. jusr .'t ,-',; r'VS. . OS 'v str -il - ifaa't" i A 4 ' f C ! ,!) !?v nr c r :. . rfcrtlTf"'1 twj test, mw-Tj tli oartS8- s.'riwsi ....... FCI? i p. E&'h J a-rc-am Kt'.ifor.'-.ld. tic 'J FOR RENT-Roonis for light housoj H Wa8h,nKton8V n"e:. ! '. TOR KENT Kooin. vd :;3' Eighth htrect. . . .. ... ...-. k . (r O tl KKNT - K')TU lt' : oard. :d, Apply 014 Wal- FOR RENT Desirable six room flats, No. 1612-1614 Washington ave nue. M. J. Howley, Agent. FOR RENT Three nicely furnished ; ror.ms, .422 cress street. j , FOR RENT Furnished front ! WANTED Press feeder for Wash room. 815 Walnut street. board Printing Press. Permanent position for competent man. National FOR RENT Modern five-rom cot-, Lumber & Woodenware Co. tace. bath. Apply this office. 1 ----- j WANTED First class veneer lathe FOR RENT Furnished rooms; man. Apply to National Lumber and suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- Woodenware Company. ply 217 Seventh street. j FOR street. RENT Room, 604 Walnut for Air. POH p.jjM-Autti ' frroor' tot-b.nt-, ou two l3A. In- iu!r llui:U '"-f.'-w " .'...ii. i3AI.E s-rooim feou.a. loq'-lK? d i;d. V. tzoi&M. FOR SALE Black pony and runa bout, perfectly gentle, afraid of noth ircr. M. C. Wright. The Halltday. FOR SALE School books. New a .d S'cond. DeBaun's, Twenty-eighth 'Banlett, Frazier & Carrington Mfinbrrs ol York' Stock t.xchon.e and Cblca.o Board of Trad PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL MARKETS Stocks, Bonds Gram and Provisions 702 Commerc al "V I -T C W O M A Hickory Stove Wood run tws wagons, make prompt deliveries Clark-Danforth West ?it at, M. Ear Rinrjs of Arab Women. The ears of v.- Arab baby girl are pierced In six p. -ces on the seventh day after her l irth. When she Is two montiis old heavy gold rings ar placed in these holes, and are worn throtichtoiit life, c::cipt in periods of tuoiirnine DIG FOUR $24.75 Limited 15 days:: $30.25 Limited 60 days $35.85 Limited to Nov. 30. JAMES 0W!T EXPOSITION AND RETURN going or returning via WASHINGTON ff..20. $36.70 Limited 60 days 43.40. $44.00 Limited Nov. 30 To Norfolk and return via NEW YORK CITY wssriincto". Ealtirrore, Philadelphia, w aca-a Falls w th 10 day's stop-over at each point. See or Write ELVER SMITH, Ticket Agent, Cairo, Illinois. ooooooooooo 0 o o o o o o o o o o o 6 o o o 0 and Poplar. I WANTED Ail elderly lady- to keep j house In Hinall family, Address Will !ft. Wise, .7:52 Thirty-sixth street, i Cairo, 111. i ' . FOR SALE Heavy draft team of j horses; guaranteed true and work j able sound ; also hanie.su and wide lire wagon. Inquire ITpham-Aglor Lumber Office, north of arch. WANTED- WANTED Experienced and com L.etent stenographer, give references l application. Address Employer, ! care Bulletin. WAXTEI).cl(;aa Bulletin office. white rags at WANTED Position ddress L., this office. us Collector WANTED You to buy your school r.r.Va at DeBaun's, Twenty-eighth and Poplar. Mil. C WANTED. WANTED Young men for train service. No experience required. Van NoJTg NeW8 Co MISCELLANEOUS. PERE'S BUG GONE Is not a poison but 'lTwIirkni Roaches and Bed Bug". Try it. Lee Hanauer, Agent, 813 Commercial avenue. FIRST-CLASS CROCHETING and comfort tacking. Apply 709 Twenty third street. Mrs. J. N. Reeder. SCREENED BUILDING SAND. Delivered to any part of the city at 75 cents per yard. Cairo Contract ing and Dredging company., Charlej Feuchter, Jr., secretary, room 3, Alex ander County Bank building. Bell 'phone W14. Cairo "prone 300. ten Ave, Cairo, III. R K K T TTKH Th only plac In town where you can get all Hickory Wood. Two horse vVsgon load 11.60. BELL PHONE X35 Handle Comoanv 4 0. R. n. Believe This If You Like. Here Is a touching tale. (Jet yoar handkerchiefs ready: A burglar stole a watch from the home of a Chicago woman. On the case was Inscribed From Mother." The burglar sent ths watch back when he noticed the inscription, with a note to the effect that he had once had a mother, boo hoo, also a sister, an aunt and a grandmother, and when he read "From Mother," It so affected him that he could not content himself until the watch was returned. A Heroic Remedy. "They bad a bard time with that young woman who went into hysterics, didn't theyT "I should say so! They thought at first they would have to give her an esthetic, but finally they got her quiet with an epidemic inter Jeciion of morpheus. And now the doctor says she is completely under the Influence of the aniline." Balti more American. Incandescent Oil Lamp. In an Incandescent oil lamp now be ing tested in Scotland kerosene is va porized by a )et of carbonic acid be fore reaching the mantle. A gallon of oil yields a light of 200 candle-power for 43 hours. Queer Ways of Men. Many a man who permits his boy to ft ol with cannon firecuckeis would not for a cioxcni WvM of allowing Mm to play wi!h a mad di g. Stocks - Bonds Cer&iis GRAIN AND 8T0C K 1 ETTE R 3 FROM BARTLETT, FRA2IER & CAR: RINGTON, MEMBERS OF CHICAGO BOARD OF TRXOE AND NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE FURNISHED THROUGH CAIRO BOARD OF TRADE COMMITTEE AT ROOMS 702 COMMERCIAL AVENUE. 1EY IS E In Home Market, With Improved Sentiment Abroad Toward Amer ican Paper., Kew York, Sept! 3, The average!.. street vfew of the slock market and that lifter surveying tlio bunk state ment last week and' noting the small ileereaKo In loans was that, stocks should bo on the advance. Thin view tt'iis followed with but little effect on prices, lor mere, were oilier and stronger undercurrents' actuating val ues. i The loreign situation has clear ed very much ; money is easy in Lon don; the Berlin tension seems to be lessening; Paris is less skeptical and is much more asi.red from the memo randum and August 31. There can be little doubt, that 'American 'financial bills with the proper collateral liave found an easier berth of lato in Eng off this market, and it should be re pented in the case of New York latet 011. The time money miirket here, if you have the proper collateral, is eas ier; in fact, quite perceptibly so over last week's figures from private nego tiation. The principal individual top !cs under discussion were not new, and, they are unsettled that of Alton immunity is protracted until the 24th inHtant; that of Interbbrqugh Metro politan and what they are going to do and how they are going to do it, so far as the street is concerned, is still in embryo, though the Intimation Is given put, today that everybody has greased wrong., and' that they are not a transportation company, but a busi ness organization, . organized, upder the business act of; this state, and 'that; their books cannot be examined into by a commission which only , has au thority over traction companies. Tl'is l:s novel and very neat. Copper met al has finally arrived at 18e, a selling price for the big companies, aud the question is, will it move in volume at that figure; if it . folio wb, the lead of pig iroii and oilier eoinniodities, it will not, because the time, seems to be past when anybody can set a price on raw niatevial and make somebody else take it. The law of supply and demand seems again operative, Tdie. Hill roads were strong today, because there is an important meeting in Oc tober when the plan is to be forth coming of taking the subsidiary,-and with all liens attached to the parent company. No one knows. exactly what this means, because of all close eor Borntiuns as regard information, the I 'ill roads are par excellence, bx- norts of grain even at those high fig urea are being accomplished, and if maintained, ihey mean a very decided credit to this country, and it is thought that they will boom, for the situation abroad Is had. The market at the close Is over a point a"d one-half over that yester day, which was also on advance on the day before. While we look for much better prices during the course of the next fcixty days, there are too many bear ish factors overhanging the immedi ate situation to expect any further up ward movement. The beginning of the taking of testimony in the Stand ard Oil case today and probably early appointment of a receiver In the Iv leiboro-Met matter will doubtless cause a chill to come over the market, which will find the bears ready to attack stocks in order to cover at more advantageous levels. There is a large scattering hull following In the market now. so that the Import ant interest would not likely feel In clined to resist the bearish efforts, which would have a tendency to wipe cut this, ami consequently make a better basin for an adavaneo. We would net advise short selling, but think intending buyers should exer else patience and wait a reaction of three or four points in the leading i-tocks before buying. Purchases, however, may be made Iwth confi dence among the good stocks gener ally and the better class of railroads, and especially roads which have ev eiy rcawon to sell very mi'fh higher. On such a break we would particular ly recommend purchases of such Is iip". as the Harriman and Hill stock Atchison, St. Paul, -Reading. B. t O., D. I!.. I- 4i N.. Copi-r. while some but Hie lower priced railroads will prove attractive to those who can af ford to wait for their profits. Mil ASER NEW YORK STOCKS. Of. Wirt Loir ClnMlif B. and O. ... 91 l'i SO-; B. R. T. ... kf V 40 49 Can. Pac. ...IM 1G7 K.C 107 C. and O. ... 3t 24 ' 34 34'; Erie 20'.; 22 20 'i 22 U and N. ...in:4 lfiS 107'-i X. Y. C l-'f-i B'i l'4--i K'0',; M. K. T. ... 3". 30 Penn 11SH 11"; W Reading t.r.s S7i 97 St. Paul 12IH 120'. i2i i;:,; Sou. Ry 15, 10 15 s, K fn. Var. ...lS', 13o' 12S 129"-; V. S. S. C. .. Z'-n 22- 31 32. r. s. Pfi ... :4" t:, pi-, f.:, C. F. and I. .. 23 2-".'i 27, 23' i Araal. Cop. ...72'4 74'i 71 73 Sugar 1123'i 111'. 113U I14H I "l J1 l'J IS ACTIVE And Strong With Slight Advances ' Due to Bullish News From Home and Abroad. Cairo, JU., Sept. ".WHEAT The 'market wus under Saturday's close for a moment early, while the Septem ber delivery to commission houses was liquidated, but buying was there In volume and there was not another period of weakness ntii toward the the close, when the market reached fractionally on profit taking. , Trade was liii'ge iin'd the bullish influences largely foreign. Deliveries,, as com pared with the wheat available, were very moderate and quickly snapped ill),' The September 'discount under the December was narrowed to ap proximately 'Be as against 5c late last week. ' Acceptance of evport offering,' were on a large scale as may he judged by the sales ol one local house which totalled 75 loads. The latest estimate is 200 loads all . told. The Berlin- 'market is up' over fis a bushel since Friday's close and our Liverpool house cables us that the harvest in Germany' Is threatened by unsettled weatlier. Liverpool closxid V, to up, although ' country markets were all dearer, Tbe yields reported in oiir northwest are somewhat disap pointing and one crop expert, wiring from Wiiinepog, claims the crop in many instances is too late to ma'tur Worlil's .shipments were H millions and our visible suply decreased over 2,(ioO,(K)i). We believe this wheat will sell very much higher. , CORN This market was strongc at a fractional udvunce, itiflflfieiicedu to a considerable -extent by the ac tion of wheat. The weather Is ap parently favorable but the majority of advices' from Iowa, Nebraska, and portions of Illinois, claini the ears are no, filling properly and that a bfkt yield is out of tlie question. ,Re celits are not burdensome yet al though the demand is not so urgent today. Cash prices varied from, "im changed for mixed to "steady', to ,M lower for yellow. Liverpool closed 9 shade lower. We see no reason Why ccji'ii siioluil break to any extent, OlATS k)nts were quiet early, hut became active the last 1iour ad vane ing 'materially. Buyers found it hard to fill orders without advancing 'prices sharply. While threshing is on re ceipts will be qu.ite liberal but wo believe the dema'ud . will ,le amply largo to take care of them. Cash prices were "a shade lower today. Provisions considerable ciia'ng ing of September deliveries to deferr ed, months took place in provisions al thogh deliveries wnere light except of pork. Carrying charges widened somewhat. The groin strength influ enced a fair investment demand for January product. It was sold largely by the smaller packers. The mar ket closed firm cash trade both do mestic and export was good. 28,0Ao hogs estimated for tomorrow, CHICAGO GRAIN. U 3 IE AT- Open Hlrt Low Oloaine. Sept J2 4'4 4U D.-c !i7 iiO'A 97'i May I'Cij lo.-,v8 K28 lul CORN Seid on r.o-; oo on; Dec :,!), On 58 00 May Oft-"1, OH'i 50',.i r.OVi OATS Sept 3.1'i f.1 33'i 31 Dec ,r.o-; Si's, 51 Mi si; May 5U-; 5274 f.1'4 52 PORK Sept 1505 1500 1542 1512 Jan 15X7 13S2 15K2 13SJ LARD Oct. .... ito2 !H'5 '.2 8!i02 Sept SS7 8 12 8m7 SS7 RIBS Oct 805 807 805 805 Sept 852 853 832 852 Courage and Dandyism. There still exists in m.iny minds the ridiculous not on that the man cannot be manly who piys more ihun the or dinary annum of attention to the adornment of i Is b wly. There Is no greater mistake made Mian to believe that well dreaseil rnen iiiiixt be efftm Inaie. Courage and dandyism can $0 baud In band just as comfortably as courage and dowdylsm if not more comfortably. London Gentlewoman. A Wireless Safety Apoliance. . The wireless safety appliance of a German marine engineer is set to wnrfc during fop sod haTy weather, jud acts automatically aheo two ves sels approach w Mta In a certain dis tance. The action clo.-es the steam ii p to the screw of each vessel. This checks the machinery. Rives time for reversing the etiines and prevents ?o!Hion. Baltimore Sun. Various Ideas of Women. To a question. "What Is a woman" thf Tnrk anT, "a prisoner:" the Albanian, 'a i-lave:" th 'erTian. a servant;" the Bulgarian. "a compan ion the Greek, "a qu..a." - -tTKt- Wf-fJ"j - CONFIDENCE IN THE HOME. Rlatlons .That. Should Exist Between ' Parent and Child. ' ' There can lie no true understanding between parent and child without per fect confidence. Confidence is the basfB of all beneficial human relit toiim. Those whom we suspect we do not admit to the inner court, of our trust. If the child suspects that you are hiding something or are fak ing for, more than you are willing to do, complete confidence cannot exist in the home. The best proof of complete confi dence between parent and child is furnls'bed when the child tells the parent Its troubles and asks for ad vice on matters which most children dread to mention to father and moth er. Then is the great opportunity to bind the child's heart to yours with hooks of steel. As the child approaches the years of early youth, certain matters of health, morals and I conduct must , be explained. The j parent must , do it or some one else will. The, "some one else" may do it in such a way that the child's moral nature wijl be dwarfed aud, eiulaii gered. That period is the crucial-period of the child's life. A kind word then, in season, will do more to make, the child your own for life than any thing else you can do, But the way must be prepared by long years of, perfect trust and 'soul communion be tween parent and. child. The. informa tion must be given calmly, gympatnet. ically and clearly.- Binghamfon Press. MODERN VALET A WONDER, Must Be Able to Turn His Hand to Almost Anything. "A good valet must understand mas sage, hair cutting and shaving, mend ing, darning, plain cooking and plain washing and Ironing,';. , The speaker, a young millionaire, smiled thoughtfully, , "it is not extravagant," he said, "for a bachelor to employ a valet. The valet lakes so many places the bar ber's place, the laundress' ' place, the shoeblack's place, the cook's place, the masseur's place, the tailor's place. s "My valet darns ,my socks well. Every morning he gives me a vel vet sliave, aqd once a week he cuts my hair .trimly. You, should taste his souffles and his salads. "When I am traveling and there Is no time to send tny linen to a laun dry, he will do up a shirt and a half dozen collars we always carry an Iron with us In an exquisite way. Furthermore, he is ambitious and is learning stenography, in order that he may typewrite from my dictation all niy correspondence. "Cooking, mending, ironing, hair cutting and massaging, the modern valet earns his pay, It Is. impossible, without him, to dress exquisitely." Queer Athens Beggar, ',' Modern Athens has recently lost a twentieth century Diogenes. lie was a beggar named Sacoules and displayed a good deal of the spirit of the. ancient cynic. He could not exactly place his tub on the streets, but he found oot a sort of grotto In the side of the acropolis, the identical one which the ancients fabled to b haunted by the Furies, and here ' he lived for years, fie was a beggar who had his price, and he fixed it at one penny, less than which sum he disdained to ask. If It was refused he only shrug ged his shoulders with contempt. He would penetrate the cafes and If the company ignored his presence he would exclaim: "What! 130,000 to work, and a wretch like me can't be assisted." Then would follow a sound rating, lie had become an in stitution, and his death is commented on with regret. Gun Loaded 40 Years. Diamond Miller, the little son of J. II. Miller of Magan, Ky., while hunt ing m Slate Rifle hill, near that place, found a gun which Is thought was lost there during the civil war. It Is a double-barrel shotgun, and both bar rels were loaded, each with nine bul lets and seven buck.hot. The gun Is a muzzle loader and bits of newspa per were used for padding. The pa per is discolored by rust, but a few of the words are Intelligible, and confirm the belief that the gun was loaded at some time during the war between the states. Some of the words are "Captain," "Company 19," "Sergeant," "Commander." The Giant Species. -John.' said Mrs. Stubb, the first night after their arrival at Harmony noilow, "do you remember when we asked the old farmer If we would like the pl.ee he said we would le carried away by It?" "Yes. Maiia." replied Mr. Stubb. fanning furiously, "and that is the reason I have Puked up the windows aud doors." "Why, Johnf "Becauee I am afraid we will be carried away by the mosquitoes." As to Memorial Resolutions. Memorial resolutions, all superla tively laudatory, fall equally upon the just and the unjust, and signify noth ing. Some stereotyped forms of me morial resolutions, the names being changed to fit the occasion, are used hundreds of times and applied Indis criminately to persons as various la character as a judge and a prize fighter, a soldier and a clergyman. They ar like the nndertiker's crape on the door, which serves a multitude el tie de-L Any Item that Is ot Interest to 700 Is of Interest to your mends. Tele liboae yocr SITI to U BalleCU. f'2-V!?frT! . ...- ., i.arir ! utl. I Or. Mrnd rati- bout 11 . Madame Josephine Le Ferre, IS.M IkMl.al (.. Phil.. a. . r. . ...1,, old oy n. t . scnun. EXCURSION BULLETIN 1107. Summer Tourists Rates, via the Mil nols Central Railroad. v79 Cairo to Dawson and return.. .$ 4.50 Cairo to Cerulean and return.. 4.50 Cairo to Grayson and return ,. 1.40 Cairo to Waukesha, Wis., and return...... ..... ....... 1$.$5 Cairo to Milwaukee, Wis., and return 11-95 Cairo to South Haven. Mich. and return ..... .... 15,80 Cairo to St. Joseph and return 15.00 bairo w Bay view ana rc-urn.. Cairo to.retoskey and return.. 21.29 Cairo to Harbor Springs and return Si. 50 Cairo to Detroit and return.... 24.00 Cairo to St. Paul, Minn, and , return, ... . , ... ... "t . . . ..,'.'," 21 . 25 Cairo to Denver, Colo., and return ........ .......... 24.65 And many other points. Tickets sold daily until Sentember JO, and good returnlnlg until October 31, 1907. inquiries cneerruuy an swered. . . J, H. JONES, rl.L.i In.nt rifM q. hatch, , ; .;.;':, O.n'l Passenger Agent, Chlcaao. Dr. J. R. T LACK'S MAGNETIC EYK W ATElt is painless, harmless, contains ho poison, ami will euro any case of sore eyes in the world. Manufactured bv J. K. BLACK MEDICINE CO.", KKNNETT, MO. For sale and dfuarantoed bv. For Sale by Harry W. Schuh Drug Co, Coa! Famine Coming, Experts declare that the world's supply of anthracite at; the present rate of consumption will be exhausted in 73 years. The prudent man will order his coal for the winter uf 1982 at once. , eOBilS MittotrtuM NewOVUUNA TME OF TrUINS AT etithbevnd 1 Bipress, dally, It ...1:11 f.- No. No. J Harass Ltd.', dally, It :Z8 a.m. No. I Xxftma, daCy, 1T....1L1I .m Northbound No. 2 Express, daily, It..... MO p.m. 4 Limited, daily. lr......ll a.m. t.-- .tn Corrected to Sept 1, 1907. -so NO. n. V Tatlos, jno. m. bcll, iuiel MTf, 0uul r,minr tfnn. UOBII.UAJUk ST. LOCI. MO Illinois Central Corrected to Sept. 1st, 1907. THK TAUT MAIL BOUT hartest sa Qalskaat Boats to St. Louis & Chicago ayTr.1.1 1M Cairo I - 21 189 a. at. Dally Oblcafo VmUouI. LtmltaA1 arrlvlnt InCblcafoat 11:80 a. at., ooaaMtln. with aftnoooa Ualas for all point, aaat and eortb. ... lilUa. VmOj St. Itale Wla-M Llatltoc arrVlot l"St. Loal.atTiM a. at. eoaaaMta at ObUmi Station lor all aalate wast. SlMplM earsoraats -.iMp. m. SHM a. m., cfhlmMra Partlrbt Krprn. e"t SB-das', Biaka. all tov.k.twa.a Oairt ad Chloago, arrtTing la OblcaffO at S :M p. DM I too a. a.., St, Ila Moraine Snreaa sxo.pt Bnadar, arriving la St. Leal, at tin 1 1 1 1 5 a. aa. St. lo.i. faat Mall arrlv lattaSt. boat. at4:lJip.v IlilS a. as. '.k-aco Mld-da peeUtl arrlTlnt In Ohlo-fO, S.a0B.ai. :8S. aa. l)aflr St. Loata Llailtad, ar rlTl.f I. St. LodI atS:SSp. at. S:!t p. a., artaraooa Kiproo. forOdla Gffl.ftuua, atattoo-, Totoaa, Oaaatpalga, Cb Ft O p. ai. TkobM aecoaiBMdaUoa. 7tl B p. aa. t hlraro and Katara Ka prea. arri.tag la Ubleaco at ( :St a. , I aduva, apolls.TiM CtDCloo.ti, J:St a. b Sagalo.S is . Terk t:M a. aa, SlMplac an ckloago D,tanii(iri tot Iw Tor aad aaate r&SSClluOrS clilM.acald a.r la that t IIIIdoI. Ooatral I rk (ral.kMt it aaaaf bu.ra, Im1o( Cairo at T:li p. a.. ' arrlvlag U Jrr T.rk at'.M ta aasoad day fl OUTHIRN prVISIOK ru owtT cibbhtt it re viMTm saviixa cBdinaVooea, ai-ii-ta, jAoaspf-Tam, S4- TANn-St. TIOK8BWBB aad .AOKSOBTIIXa. 9lS B. as. "The Dial kTj.f, B..km. aao aeaaoaTiii, 8il 5 a. as. Hoaipkl. aad Maw Orlatas UtH d laalwikl,.rrlTl. to MaMpa at a. at- aad Xw Orla.aa S:ll p. at. iUO a. aa.. Pjdaoah aad T!r'U. 141 p-ai., diiif, k(MpkH aad ,w CHIaaal TtM Mail anit- la Mraiphla a IMS p. a-sad B Orloaas at s : 1 a. a. 1:41 p.aa-aJl,HaaTtno,Oasr.aeaaad dUaaia. 4 iHO p aa. y-nltoa AreraaKtdaMoa. K) au Maataal. aad rm Orraaaa tp.al arrlT.iaal.aipBisatll:Slp.a-. Btw Urcsaa II as a. &:ftO p. ai.radaaah aad LaabvUia. srhi tarcaca tic.- air aaaaaw sodaUoe. aad tanaa aa lamar-woa aaair as luiaaai baakrai Fi im etta, Ck bra, C a M ISNta, Tlekee Aei t. A. HATCH, a P. A." A. H. HANSON, Paae, Triffls Mf. i? 2J Ir.tiu , pari f V J V v7 --. ,it m. zJ . unci r.lla-l. A LWiaVW0ft STATION IWCOLUSU httlOUNW v . '-?t' - c nilpTTrpp wUilMfee w see the Mt w.olMom. kmsu It Is ABttOLUTSLY tVhh H .zp.M Is spend ta iha rwe of tfele hi lor we arid. oanolTta on (Wlag yea oar that eauuot b aoaallad fo Ua.-taUew site and taoroafh aaritr, OAIRO DREW INQ C3Q SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE r ItOO-t WAtHINOTTON AVENUE Dealers In Everything that Is 4 H t$t, Use and Wear. Exclusive Afent. fer BLANK ' Celebrated Cfft4 Value Visits of Americans. ; The Northwestern railway in Eng land has constriu ted a $100,0i0 special train ' for the heneflt of Americans. It is a 'fresh iinllcation that Lagiand has bc'coiii'e iheir pleasure ground and their custom'1-- source of national wealth. Cairo Hooament Co., e,E.aRte(ORY,Wgr. li:W::b.ATe.,Qiro,in. ill t S: Alexander bounty National Bank Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Capital 1100,000 Surplus , . ... ...100,000 OFFICERS H. A. Buder.. .. Presldeat Chas. Feuchter, ir ... .Vice President , H. Galilean Cashier P. Spencer......... Assistant Cashier Accounts of corporations and IndlTId uals especially solicited, tochanfe famished to any part of the world. Alexander County Savings Bank "TP STRICTLY A SAVINGS SANK. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital;.,. 960,00 Surplus 60,000 . OFFICERS H. A. Bnder ,.Pres1dea C. O. Patler ..Vlce-Pmldeet J. H. OalDfaB ....... .......C-J-ler F. Epeacer ..... ..Aaslstajit Obb-M DIRECTOR! B. A. Bnder J. If. 0nt(B Tbos. Boyd C. a Patler Wm. Klnre , . C V. Neff Chss. Teuchter, Jr,N. B. ThlsUewood D. S. Lansdea Qeorge Paxsosui Intereet Paid en Time Deal River Transportation Lee Line S-eaaers For Memphis and Way Landings Steamers Departure Stacker Lee.... Wednesday, p.m. Ferd Harold .. ..Saturday, p.m. For SL Louis and Way Landings Stacker Lee Saturday, p.m. Ferd Harold Tuesday, p.m. For Freight and Passage apply at Halliday A Phillips Wharf- boat, Cairo. ROBERT E. LEE, General Manager General Office, 4 South First St, Memphis, Tenn. I i '- . a in vlgtVr m-Tir- - II