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TBS CAIRO BULLETIN, &6NDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1907.
oooooooooooooooooooooo WAN T ADS IN THE CAIRO BULLETIN ARE READ EVERY MORN ING IN 2 000 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the Bulletin ate consulted by hundreds of people every mornliig la search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost or found, sit uations wanted and vacant. RATESi One Insertion, per word .01 Three Insertions, per word . ' .02 i One Week, per word .... .05 One Month, per word .13 No advertisement Inserted (or less than 23c. 9 00 0000 0000 00000000000 o o o o o o D D o o o o o o o o o - Stocks Bonds Cereals - MONEY SITUATION IMPROVING SLOWLY BUT SURELY LESS ANX IETY IN FINANCIAL CENTERS WORLD'S BANKS STRENGTHEN INGHIGH RATE OF COMMERCIAL PAPER CAUSING INCONVEN IENCE IN BUSINESS CIRCLES MERCANTILE FAILURES IN CREASEHONEST MANAGEMENT BECOMING NECESSITY IN AMERICAN BUSINESS AFFAIRS GOVERNMENT SHOWING LESS AGGRESSIVE TONE TOWARDS TRUSTS. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rates for Classified Notices. One Insertion, per word 01 Three Insertions, per word 02 One week, per word .05 One month, per word 15 No advertisement Inserted for less than twenty-five cents. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished room, bath, Bteam heat, 213 Fourteenth street. WANTED., WANTED You to buy your school books at DoBaun's, Twenty-eighth and Poplar. WANTED A salesman or sales lady; only those that have consider able experience In the dry goods line need apply. Samuel White. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply at Hyman's Dry Goods Store. FOR RENT Furnished room. 815 Walnut street. front FOR RENT Furnished room with bath and other conveniences near business district. For two gentlemen. 1015 Walnut street. ""FOR RENT Brick cottage, 4!!5 Twentieth street. Rent, twenty dol lars per month. Apply to .1. 11. Reed, M'j Twentieth street. ROOMS For light housekeeping. 1109 Washington Avenue. WANTED Lady stenographer, lum ber experience, salary $50.00 per month to right party. Williamson Kuny M. & L. Co., Mound City. 111. WANTED Position as stenograph er and typewriter. Address box 412, Searcy, Ark., or 2:U Tenth street, Cairo. ICR RENT furnished room, C04 Walnut street FOR RENT New Smith Premier typewriter. Apply D. F. McCarthy. ' ONE OF THE REST houses in Cairo to rent. 319 Seventh street; has 8 rooms and 2 bath rooms, hot air fur nace, all in first class condition, will be vacated on the 8th of October. Inquire of Sam'l. White. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Modren 6-rootn cot tage with basement on two lots. In quire Bulletin office. WANTED Middle aged colored woman for general house work In a family of six. Must be good cook and housekeeper. References are re cpiired. (iood position and homo for the right parly. Will pay transporta tion from Cairo to Mattoon to the one vho seevres the position. Address C. A. Aid rich, care of Morning Star, Mat toon, 111. i MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Young men for train service. No experience required. Van Noys News Co. MISCELLANEOUS FIRST CLASS dressmaking, at 530 Tenth street. Call FOR SALE School books. New and second. DeBaun's, Twenty-eighth e'vi Toplar. FOR SALE Eight room house, 'modern improvements. Inquire E. P. 'Fitzgerald, 1310 Commercial avenue. S FOR SALE Family phaeton and set of harness. K. P. Fitzgeiald, 1310 commercial avenue. FOR SALE House and lot C1C Thirty fourth street. Apply 1813 Com mercial avenue. C()TTAGE Seven rooms, bath, two lots. No. 211 Twenty-first street. $2, 8m); cottage, six rooms, bath, two lots. No. -123 Thirty-fourth street, S2, fifiO; cottage, six rooms. No. S21 Thirty-third street, $1,150. C. R. Stuart & Son Insurance and Real Estate. SCREENED BUILDING SAND. Delivered to any part of the city at 75 cents per yard. Cairo Contract. fng and Dredging company. CharleJ Fcucbter, Jr., secretary, room 3, Alexi ander County Bank building. Bell 'phone W44. Cairo 'prone 300. SITUATIONS WANTED. Advertisements of not exceeding three lines will be accepted free for one week's time from any reader of The Bulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Bulletin Company, 703 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ad vertisement or statement made there in and will not accept under this heading the notice of any person known to be employed. Inquiries and replies to advertise ments should be made by mall. 1 Cassidy Commission Company Open Monday Sept. 23rd, 103 Sixth St., in the Desimoni Building, Both Phones lhicneo?2&?sfoNS New York STOCKS AND COTTON The low st .narijlni In rlol a-s on quantities we deal In aro: Wher, Com, Oats -1000 bu , lo per bu. . $10.00 fork, fit) !'. 20eperbbl 10 00 Lr fi() Tierce. 51o per tierfte 25.50 U. VJ.U'M l"s 2,'ie per 100 lbs 2-r.00 Ktoc, 10 nl.aroH. It 00 per share 20 00 tolton, 25 bcloH, 1.00pc-r bale 25.00 Customers oa plac more than one margin If they das're. The hbove commodities handled for cash or on margins, at the option of the customer U T US BE YOUR BROKER. New York, Sept 28. Special. Gradually, but. surely, the money sit nation Is improving. This is not only true of New York, but also of Berlin, Ixmdon, and Paris, the continuous liquidation of the last three months now showing beneficial results. There is less anxiety at financial centers, and money rates in consequence show a perceptible easing. At New York the banks are beginning to strength en theoir position; so, too, are the great banks of Europe, Speculation is at a minimum; and, the absorption of capital for new enterprises having received a decided check, there is a slow but surer basis for restoration of credit. In this market call money rules at low rates, and time money from 5 to (! per cent for GO and 90 days. Commercial paper rules at about 7 per cent; but this high rate is partly cautionary, and is the result of the disposition of bankers to apply some restraint upon commercial trans actions corresponding to that which has already been imposed upon the financial markets. The high rates for commercial paper are unquestionably causing some inconvenience in busi ness circles, ami it is not without significance that mercantile failures are on the increase. American credit abroad has been under severe strain, not only on ac count of the late reaction, hut also on account of the reflections cast upon American corporate management. Happily, there is a certainty of Im provement in the latter. Recent dis closures and the consequent agitation are making honest management au absolute necessity In American busi ness affairs. There is little question about the continued material prosper-' ity of the majority of America's lead-, lug business concerns. There is equally little doubt about the ability nearly all lines of structural work. A good many contracts have been post poned, and new enterprises are being confined to absolutely necessary en largements or Improvements. This causes a material decline in the de mand for all sorts of materials for constructive work, anil also a lessened demand for labor. The question is how far will the reaction be exteiiiltt.' Much denends noon the harvests. Tho ' friends, I less sten. and In an instant the house ed is a fair one in quantity and very j ot blocks was in ruins. profitable in price. A liberal corn I !lule Klrl Jilea to ner ieei crop had been pronounced at good uu Btuuli a luuieu1' " uss" urices. but unfortunately frost dm-lnsr emotions that seemed too large for THE FKKL1XG VA8 THK SAMB. Ouly It Was Kxprcmed Iu More Pol Ikhed Language. There is a tittle girl In I little town "up the State" who has bean brought up most carttfully, and whose father and mother have taken be utmost pains that she should hear nothing but English, absolutely un tainted by slang, to say nothing of more forcible language. Site was therefore kept front the society of children of her own a?j, arid th ; weekly young people's luce tings at one of ; the village ' churches were the only form of entertainment (it such they may be called) that she had ever attended. One evenliif she was playing all by herself as usual, and had built in the side porch an imposing edifice of blocks. She sat looking at it, pus Ibly planning additions and im provements when her older brother, "a real grown-up young man." came up the steps with one of his college One of them made a care- TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. la tfc OaJr I'eaalble Way ! Ha via . Aa EBTectlvf Ce.v If yon a woman or a man with lux uriant gloeay hair, ypu may be sure Nei ther baa dandruff to amount to anything. In nearly every cao whore women; and men have thin brittle hair, they owe it to dandruff. There are hunarcda of prep arations that "claim" to cure dandruff, but not one but N'ewbro'a Herplclde tells you that dandruff Is th result of a germ burrowing Into the scalp, and that per manent cure of dandruff and Xa ennso- Suent falling and baldness, can only bo ad by killing the germ: and there la no plher preparation .Unit will deatrov that erm but Newbro'a Hrple1rt. ,"etroy the cause, and you remove th ftet." Sold by leadlnr drugglats: mi.I iiv. in tampa for sample to The Herylelde Co., Petrol Mlih Two ataea it eenta and 11 AS. Paul O. Schuh ft Sons, Spoclal Agent the middle of the week inflicted some Injury. Corn and cotton are our two heaviest crops, and as these are still exposed to more or less injury from frost, it is premature to be over-confident regarding them. Our farmers, however, are sure of a profitable sea son. They are out of debt and In a position to hold for good prices. Eu rope is likely to be a free buyer of our agricultural products, which at the current level of values will be an im portant factor in our international trane oaiance ana snouid provide a liberal supply of commercial bills. Our working classes also with few exceptions are well employed at good wages, so that with these two favor able factors, it does not seem prob able that the country will have to face this year anything more than i moderate recession in business activ ity. It should not be forgotten, how ever, that we are in a state of class ; prosperity, not general prosperity. The reaction In business, such as it is, is still confined to the East. In the West and South, there nre no signs of recession beyond the caution induced by high rates of interest and the policy of restraint adopted by banking intereests. Last week, for her, then she burst out: "Christian Endeavor! Rock of Ages! Onward Christian Soldiers! I'm swearing, brother Henry. 7 with which these are and have been instance, the clearings at New York! managed. The chief doubt has been as to the integrity of the management; and with an improve ment in the latter respect, it is quito certain that American securities abroad will soon recover a substan tial portion of the prestige and value increased 24 per cent; at Boston 25 per cent, and at Philadelphia C per cent. In Chicago, they increased H per cent during the same period; at St. Louis 15 per cent and at New Or leans 23 per cent. Railroad earnings, however, testify to the large volume Howled Out. . They were getting a kindergarten lesson. The teacher taught them tery simple subjects. She touched a table. "What is this?" "Wood." "What Is this?" she asked as she touched the fender. "Iron." "What is this?" indicating a bot tle. "Glass." "What is this?" and she touched her watch chain. , "Brass," said one small boy, and he changed the subject. A Prize Cheese, Two Marselllais, who have a well- deserved reputation for tall stor'es, were discussing the relative merits of various cheeses. "Why,", said the .first, "the cheese I'm talking about is so remarkable that at the last show the judges un covered when they came to it." "That's nothing," retorted the soc ond. "The kind of cheese I'm tell ing you about is superior In every way. It wins a medal at every shew, and It walks up to the judges to get lt." Indiscreet. LOW ONE-WAY J COLONIST RATES to the PACIFIC COAST via ILLINOIS CENTRAL OUR RrPR aka voa see las rfh ?r "cc" ! HI: ft l eiliiif wkoleaoma beoaaM It la ABSOLUTELY FUl Koexpeneela apared la Ua brewing ef tklt ear lor w H4o onrttWee eaf efTt, a yen a er that yen not be eeaalled far lu aielle aatf sad taoioafh sully,, , . n CAIRO B3EWIN3 CO Cairo to San Francisco Los Angles San Diego which have recently been lost. A no-J of business in all parts of the coun Peoples Furniture Co. WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR 10 GARRET CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS 1103 6-79 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, II LINOIS. (lickory Stove Wood I r run two wagons, mske prompt deliveries. Pis only place In town vhera you can get all ickory Wood. Two horse Wagon load 11.50. BELL PHONE tSS Clark-Danforth Handle Comoanv Weet list SL, M. 4 O. R. R. nrtnrt .TJCIIIC. itTNf 1 FOR HALF A CENTURY FOOD'S FEVER PILLS HA Vm BEEN tTCCOGMIZCD as mUURM CURM tor mil BILIOUtimnd MALARIAL. DIBEAtmm Ai a rmate Regulator, Blood PvrWor, and la rove- Int a Torpid .vcr, they fcve ao rcoaj VOo A BOX. DR. WW. WOOD KSOfiS. Cairo. UB. Vt. table Instance of this was the free foreign buying on the recent issue of New York city bonds on London ac count, showing that there is still an abundance of foreign capital awaiting investment on this side of the At lantic when the character of the se curity offered is beyond question. There is no doubt that for the next few years at least American corpora tions will be conducted on a distinct ly higher moral plane, and this of it self will do much to restore confidence. Stock Exchange activity has been limited. A fair recovery from the lowest prices of August has been established, but in view of general conditions, there is neither reason nor Imposition for undertaking any bull campaign. In general business the indication towards caution is extend ing, especially in New York. The remarkable decline in copper is exer cising a more general deterrent effect than might have been expected. It is true that the price of this article had been pushed unduly high, but the enormous accumulation of the metal and the sudden falling off in demand arrested universal attention. Much of the cessation in demand Is, of course, due to the unsettlement in prices, many buyers holding off until theyare satisfied the bottom has been reached. At the same time there has been a pronounced curtailment In try. In the third week of Septem ber 32 roads reported gross earnings of 500,000, an increase of about 10 per cent over last year; and 42 roads reported earnings in the first week of September of $10,200,000, an increase of nearly 8 per cent. How much ol this gain is due to the stoppage of re bates, passes, and other abuses is not known, but there is every reason to believe that the volume of traffic is fully as large, if not larger, than the enormous volume of a year ago. There is less complaint of a shortage of cars than last year, but this is probable due to the railroads having improved their facilities during the interval. ; As to the future of the stock mar ket, if no more unfavorable develop nients occur, the present reaction should soon reach bottom prices; but any serious injury to the crops through frosts or Important recession' in business or any other disturbing factors would be quickly reflected f'l renewed liquidation of securities. Th3 government is showing a less aggres sive tone towards the railroads and trusts, which will encourage the re storing of confidence, at any rate it is probable that the market has re ceived anil discounted the worst shocks from this quarter. Neverthe less, it will be important to watch the political situation and the anti-corpor ation movements of the government HENRY CLEWS. No Exaggeration. "What in the dickens are you scribbling now?" demanded the irrt table man. r"Oh, an article on 'How Bears Growl Over Their Meals.' " replied the meek little wife. "How bears growl over their meals, eh? Well, you had better be careful or someone will be calling you a 'nature fakir.' " "But how can they call me a fakir? This article describes you, my dear, when the dinner Is late." - $31.20 Seattle , . . . (jnn nr Tacoma. . . . li 1 Portland VUUiLU Tickets sold daily Septem ber 1st to October 3lsf. j. H. JONES, Ticket Agent, Cairo, III. 8. Q. HATCH, G. P. A. Chicago, III. SMITH BROTHERS TUB BIG STORE WOM WAIHINtTON AVINUI Osalsra In Everything Nut la fMMf t Eat, Um and Waa, Ixoiuelvs Agsflta far LANKE'i Calskratj Caffaa. The Moat Befreaaiaf Orlak ia the MernrT III BOTTLES it all goad Ban, Uroreriae aad Staada His Position. Peckero My wife referred to ue aa the head of the family to-day. Meeker How did that happen? Peckum She was talking to a man who called to collect a bill. JUST THE SAME A3 CURRENCY. Third Son Felt Hs Had Nothing t Reproach Himself with. William Knoepfel, or St. Louis, has Invented and hoiies to patent a secret plowing method for the cure of bald ness. "A genuine cure for baldness," said Mr. Knoepfel the other day, should make a man very rich. Why, men grow rich on fake cures. It is amazing, it really Is. what fakes some of these cures are. Yet there's money in them." Mr. Knoepfel gave a loud, scornful laugh. "In their crookedness they remind me," he said, "of the third son of the old eccentric. Per haps you have heard the story? Well, an old eccentric died and left bis for tune equally to his three sons. But the will contained a strange proriso. Each heir was to place $100 In the coffin Immediately before the Inter ment. A few days after the Interment the three young men met and discuss ed the queer provtao and its execu tion. 'Well.' said the oldest son, 'my conscience is clear. I put my hundred !n the coffin la clean, new notes." "My conscience Is clear, too,' said the sec ond sn. I put In my hundred In gold.' i, too, have nothing to reproach my self with." said the third son. 'I had no cash at the time, though; so I wrote out a check for $,100 In poor, iear father's name, placed it in the ec-Kin and took In chang" the $200 In currency that I found there.'" Use Up Much Powder. Projectiles for modern large and rapldfiring guns reqnire about half their weight In powder to fire them. No Two Mouths Alike. Dr. Taul Prager, an Austrian army surgeon, who has made a special study of methods of identification, recom mends that prisoners should b identi fied by the shape of their palates. Dr. Prager declares that the method would be much more reliable than any at present used, for among the thousands of molds he has taken of the interior of the human mouth he has failed to find two which even slightly resem bled each other. Although the teeth alter greatly with time, the markings of the palate remain unchanged throughout life. Texts From P.rotlier IMrkey. To some folks truth is like a rock in de sea: des ez soon ea dey sees lit dey makes fer deep water. Satan Is levyiu' on so much er de wort' dat purty soon de saints won't have standln' room ter holler h alleluia. A hundred years from now de folks In de worl, will be cuttin' J grass on yo' grave en aellin-' It far hty; sj 11 va dst w'en dat time come you'll ba In de milk en honey business whar you wont fceer. Atlanta Constitution. taiaow ,1SC0LUMI0 B SjNONtaOHBrT TIME OF TRAINS AT awthhavntf , No. 1 Express, daily lv ...2.93 p.m. No. S Havana Ltd., dally, lv 2:19 a.m. No. 5 Express, daily, lv ....11:25 p.m. Northbound No. 2 Express, dally, lv 1:40 p.m. No. 4 Limited, dally, lv. . . .2:16 a.m. No. 6 Express,, daily, lv 4:85 R.tn Corrected to Sept. 22, 1907. 71. V. Taylor. Jno. m. bau, ' BOU1I.E. AA ST. LOL IS. MO Cairo Honsneat Co., C. E. GREGORY, Mgrl Ui Wash, ire., Ciiri ,111. Alexander National Bank Commercial Avsnua and Elshth 8trt CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital ...... ..,...........$100,000 Surplus . ... ......... 100,000 OFFICERS IS. A. Bnder. ... ,.lrsideat Chas. Feucnter, f . . . .Vlc President J. H. GalHfaa ........... t.. Cashier F. Spencer... ......Assistant Cashier Vccoants of corporations and individ uals especially solicited, kttcbanga "urnUhed to any part of tia world. Illinois Gem Corrected to Sept. 1st,; 1907. TH FAST MAIL KOtTa akariee eae Uelekeat Moatete St. Louis & Chicagr aaii Tiiln ieat. Calm 11 tSl a. ro. Daily Chlcato Vaattbale Limited airlrlns la Ohleaco ai U:Ma. a., eeaawtlna with arieraooa traina lor all palate seat auj Dally at. Loole Hlcbt LtailkM aieepta. oorth. a. rtr!ne In St. Loal.atT: a. aa eeaaMtln) at uoloo B tat ion lot au poiaae Scriptures Reversed. The hobo who bad been sleeping under a tree on the roadside awoke and Irritably began scratching him self. "The good book Is full of truths. he said, "but things hare changed slightly. Nowadays It Is the ant that goes to the sluggard." After which It was a case of not yet a little slum ber, not yet a little sleep. So Small Ifc-aler.. "Did you ever sell your voteT" I asked the Impertinent friend "Never," answered Senator Sorg hum. "A single vote Is of no conse quence these days. "You've got to contract to deliver them In bunches. Washington Star. The Uses of Worry. Worry of one sort and another Is necessary to the complete health ef the spirit; worry Is as Surely related to content on one side as.lt is to mis ery on the othar. It is as wholesome an exercise for the spirit, and as re freshing, as the physical exercise which the man finds so necessary to his well-being. The spirit must have its peculiar gymnastics; the sonl can not afford to become stagnant: its waters. If one may say so, must be stirred occasionally If they would be kept fresh and sweet Joel Ctandler Ifarris In Uncle Remus' Magazine. Different. Hiss Coyleigh No, Mr. Penwiper, mamma doesn't allow me to accept presents from young men. poet And I had so witbed to present jou with a copy of my poems! "Oh. I thought It was eomethlng of value. Famllle JourcaL A Break fact Dialogue. Mrs. Talkwords Henry, yoa wer talking In your sleep last night Henry Pardon me for mterrapU lag you. Smart Set. Ton pay a little mora tor classified adTaraaaef to Ua Bullet In than otiar Cairo (spars tut you ge Dm reamlU. era area ai t ;So a. aa. 6 tt a. .. Catcafo DeWbrM Kacree. axwpt 'Jai'det', makeaall atopa MUm Dalit 6 CfctcefOtarmuf tn vnloceaal:M p. at f tint a. aa.. 6t. Loate Mom In Kaoreaa except Sunder, arrtTlng la Sa. Loala ef 1 1 uiini.ai.at. uiui ran jaau arm? Inc In Bt Umle at 4:1 a. aa, " 11 It 6 a. an. l'Lle.t MM-day Speeaa i anivlni la Cktoacc, S.Mp. aa. 1:ilfii.. an. Italia- tU Ixiala TAmhm&.mr dtar to 8t. Ua! at :!. aa liitt . an. aneranot, r tvrmm rvt iMtn , eaaahaaa, atatWoa. Tolvea, i baip , . I aaro. 6:tOa.a. tiudm Munuk-aauu., Ilia i. aa. Ck.t-Mru aed t.mion prea at r.r1u( ia OhR-.ro -- kikuii apeaar'.t ( li.cl,ri.l, t; e. ... fcua,,. p. m. Tore ties a. a, . r.t k ean Ohloeav that lb. Illltmia Central la tfca iiMhi . nt 7 MBr koer.. leatioe Oeue at 7:11 a a a arrtnng la Nea York atl:t taa aacoad Sea f SOUTHERN tVlVlkKiM raaoLi uibbxtt ui tn Man raj Aa Vt4.V. (Hri AWOfK-IA A. LAO A, VACS SON VILLS, a A. VaMaaio, i abbuoh tv iACSAOK VMXk, 3.A4 a. a. bun i at,- Aleaaaha bt!le aaa 4a. kaoBUi, t.ltka. feaa.pt La aa4 Htm Ortaa Ul 1 ate aiaiu.kia. arrWIan la At .! t t -. aa w . H-aaa a il p. m. mO a. aa.. Pidarak and UoatrrlU. 1 14 I p. ataaphJa amA OrVw rM Man arr.rta la Maaaaaiaat lias a aa.aaA II Orlaaaa II a. . Ii4l a. aa, aallr , K aaaalOa. Okiaiaaaaaiaai AUaata. 4UMI f aa. PalMei AecemaiMatioa. :H) a.aa. Men salt aa4 lew Orlaaaa Sseals arriT. la ateaaaaja at 1 1 at a. aa. Hew Orkmm IS. We. an. 5 ;50 a. . paoweaa aaa Leairme. avtof laroaera tcaka. aieetaiaa eat aaaaaal eaodattoee a4 taAaer iifofHim 9fiJ aS fill arte OeakraJ raHurai atatiea. Calra, Ol. B Hi ISNKS, Taawai A S. A. HATCH, a P. A. A. H. HANSON, Psaa. Traffla afga. Alexander County Savings Bank STRICTLY A tXVINQ SANK. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital.... ......... .... ,...f.wxooa Surplus 60.000 OFFICERS R. A. Bndar .... .Preaideat C O. Patter , ..Vlea-Praeiaeet J. H. Oalligaa ....... ....... Cartiar F. Bpaaear ..... ..Ajststul OaaaJaa DIRICTORS . K. A. Badar . J. H. OaPisaji Thos. Boyd C Ol fxiar Wm. Kluga C Naff Chas. Feuchter, Jr 1L B. Thlstlewood D. 8. Lansdaa Oaorga Paraoas Intsraat Paid art Time Deaawrta. River Transportation Lee line Steamers For Memphis and Way . Landings Steamers Departure Stacker Lea..., Wednesday, p.m Sadie Lee Friday, 5 p. m. Peters Lee Saturday, p.m. For St. Louie and Wiy - Landings Jtaeker Lee Sunday a. m Peters Lee Wednesday, a m. For Fraight and Paseaga apply at Haltlday A Phillips Wharf boat, Cairo. ROBERT "E. LEE, General Manager General Of? ce, 4 South Firat ft, MampHlSt Tsmi. i