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li ; ; THE Pf1?? BULLETIN, jFRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER. 1, 1907.
I I o D O 3 o o a n o o o o o o a oooooooooocooooooooooo WANT ADS IN THE CAIRO BULLETIN ARE READ EVERY MORN ING IN 2 000 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the .Bulletin are consulted by hundreds of people every tnornldg In search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost or found, sit uations wanted and vacant. . RATES, bite Insertion, per Word . .0 1 : Three Insertions, per word . .02 f One Week; per word . . . . .05 One Month; per word . . . . .15 No advertisement Inserted for less thari 25c. 9 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o d Stocks Bonds a Cereals - fH PEOPLES COLUMN Rates for Classified Notices On Insertion, per word ... 01 Three Ineertlbni.'per word .... .02 One week, per word .05 One month, per word 15 . No .advertisement Inserted for less than twenty-five cents. 'r. WANTED Twenty white men to to MaJden,, Mo. Apply Roberta Coc ton Oil Co., for particulars. - . NOTE OF CAUTION Was Halt of Advance In .Prices of Stocks Movement of All Traffic Continues. FOR RENT. FOR RENTFurntshed room, bath, team heat, 213. Fourteenth street FOR RENT New Smith Premier typewriter. Apply D. F, McCarthy. HOY,. WANTED One with a back bone and a blight smile,, no matter if lies never earned a penny; 10 to It, years old. . Good pay and a chance to, learn salesmanship. Steady work and; short , hours.. Need not interfere with school duties. Edw. Buchanan, oCAi Twenty-eighth street, Cairo, 111. ...... f MISCELLANEOUS. . FIRST ( CLASS dressmaking. Call at 530 Tenth street. YOUNG FOR THE MEN WANTED NAVY. A TinVV rnemltlnir nnrrv will vlafr THREE ROOMS for light house- Ulh) clty 0ctober to' Novein;r i;:th, 1907, when examinations will be made for all ratings. Good pay at the keeping, 1505 Poplar street. FOR R1SNT Furnished room; bat'o, ii.u ur vwuiuui Duaru. oi oevcni.ii i street. FOR RENT-Furnlshod Walnut street. start, and an oiiortunity for ad- j vaneenient. Age limit for men with a trade 21 to 35. Boys 1? to 25. Food, ROOMS Light housekeeping, Washington Avenue. room, 815 ( lodging, medical ationdanee and $00.00 outfit of clothing free. Apply ncuuiiu uuur, rosioiuce rsuiiu.1113, 1100 . Cairo, Illinois. WE HANG WALL PAPER. ! Whnn in nopl nf ftin-na nn r-ntian Apply 1507 Commercial ff)r C()lm,lalnt( why Bee Marable and his Sun-Proof Paint. He will protect FOR RENT Nice six room cottage with bath, n venue. FOR ' two or Street. KENT Furnished rooms for,"" from. the weather until .the days more gentlemen. 310 Fourth FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suit abb! for light housekeeping. Apply 2 17., Seventh street. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good river farm, 125 acres; oposite Mound City. Store and Vontoffice on It. Will sell all or In . parts of 25 acres on easy terms. Ad dress R. E. Grace, Barlow, Ky. .... FOR SALE Sevea-i'oom outlaw md two Ifti 320S Sycamore ntreet. 1'i-lee J3.200. C. R. Stuart &. Sons. FOR SALE Grading outfit of Mules, wagons, plows, scrapers, one U''stern Junior Grader and camp out fit. Address McDeriuott's Grading Camps, Cairo, III., 630 Sixteenth Bt roof you grow old, so let him do your glaz ing before it gets cold. Marable, tho painter, , 10G Eighth street. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In order to obtain the very best results in ray dressmaking and ladies tailored suits I have taken the agency for the H. W. Gossard perfect fitting corset, ordered to measure. Call and see samples. Mrs. E. Nottage, 1700 Washington avenue. Cairo Phone 481. ' -MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Young men for train service. No experience required. Van Noys News Co. LOST. LOST On Illinois Central platform a suit man.,., Return to 315 Seventh street and, receive reward. LOST Scotch Collie dog. Answers to name of Buster. $5.00 reward If returned to D. F. McCarthy. LOST Chamois skin bag contain ing diamond stud. Reward of $20 and no questions asked If returned to the Denison-Gholson Dry Goods Com pany. Commercial avenue and Fifth street. When on Tour, rapa "Ah, my boy, the old days were, (lie best! Then we did our courting, walking in the country lanes, Catherine buttercups and daisies." Sam "U'hy, pop! We go courting In the country lanes Just tho samo to day; only Instead of walking wo go In auiou, and instead of gathering daisies wo gather momentum. Town and Country. A Whittling Philosopher. "I don't whistle because I'm happy," said one of the Georgia brethren, "but Ju: t to fool myself into thinking that I am. Toon, too. the world loves tho fellow i';nt Tvlilstleg on the way just r vic lcvc tht? wind that signs o'er tl e l;ui".lii'!g 1 avt s more than tho hur j Ic.tii that h-twls across the road!" Atlu.iiu Constitution. "Tie Man Eehind the Gun." Recruit (to inrtnieior at rifle prac tlee) "Please, r.nv, d 'e 'ave to pull much 'arder at tbloii ' re five 'tindred nor at the.-two 'undiJ yards? Lon don Punch. Benefits Derived from Work. Work is the true friend and con soler of man, raises him above all his weaknesses, purifies and ennobles him, saves him from vulgar tempta tion, and helps him to bear his bur den through days of sadness, and bo fore which even the depest griefs give way for a time. M. Caro. Possible Controversy Here. Why, asks the London Gentle woman, are men better looking than women? It is a problem which must perplex and pique modern women, for, taking them in the aggregate, men nowadays leave women behind in point of personal beaaty. Easily Believed. "Edna, the Pretty Typewriter," is the title of a new play. We are In formed that it Is largely made up of heart interest. Spanish Sauce. To make Spanish sa-:e for fish add half a green pepper and half an onion, both chopped flae to a regular tomato sauce. Olive Broadway Locust SL Louis ?J Our Widely Famous "S-V-B" Face Cream A VERY superior, most delicate and luxurious cream and an ideal skin food. Leaves no trace of grease and will not cause superfluous hair growth. During Summer h prevents sun- burn and should be applied to the skin before tainz excursions on the water. Trice IMc per jar. Postage 1 2" to anr cdireS ia America or Canada. By Associated PresB. New York, Oct. 3d. A fall to the advance In prices in the early part of the day was regarded as a normal noto of caution. A too rapid re-es-tabllshment of ordinary trading condi tions in the stock market would bo considered as endangering the pro gress of recuperation iff the general situation, and especially as hazard ing the solidity of recuperation in the stock market Itself. Tho easy money rate at he stock exchange cannot yet be , accepted as , indicative of au en tirety free open market rate. , Brokers are being restricted to their own bankers for securing accommodations and are subject to the. requirements there insisted upon. The forced liqui dation of certain loans left no re sources aparently to borrowers in the Way of resort to the open money market. The narrow proportions of tho securities market is forced into view in the face of these liquidating episodes, and prices are severely ef fected. As in the case of the selling of Pennsylvania today. The total in terest and dividend disbursements for November are estimated upwards of $75,000,000, compared with $53,000.- 000 in November last year. . Largo amounts of these payments have been disbursed in the last few days in ad vance, of the date of obligation, in tho course of the measures taken by bank ers and capitalists to furnish re sources to the money market. Addi tional engagements of gold were made during tho day proved that the ad vances of 1 per cent to 5 per cent in. the official discount rate of the Bank of England had not shut off the movement of gold. , The move ment of all kinds, of traffic continues large, and any obstacles to its con tinuance would retard the relief of the situation through the marketing of these commodities abroad. Out right buying of securities for Invest ment in small lots is actively pur sued, but this .movement also is ham pered 'by the tying up of facilities, Thus the would-be buyers of stocks that they cannot procure exchange on New York. It is believed also" tint restrictions on withdrawals of sav ings banks deposits withholds a con-! siderable demand from the market for socurlties. feeders 275f25; cows, heifers 2(i5 540; Texas steers 2U)5. HOGS 4,000. Higher; ranged 525 r!35. railroads furnishing tho necessary cars for shipment which suggest short stocks In tho near future. The inquiry here was good with 10(1,000 taken for shipment. The seaboard sold Hi loads for export. -Rye was sold abroad and barley in Minneapo lis was up sharply. Argentine ship ments for the week estimated at 400 UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED. ' Mea and Women L'aanlmona About It. ' Many women weep and wall and refute to b comforted becausa tlitir once mng nlflcent treases have becor.io tbln and faded. Many men incline to profanity because the files bite through the thin thatch on their cranlums. It will b cnffl news to the miserable of both saxes, to 000. Liverpool was from Id to W j rced0nrm:rot'8rTh!;,0,;t'h10 nX" lower. Local receipts were 80 cari scalp eermiclclo and nWnnti. tw ..... with 72 expected tomorrow. ' North- bv destroying tho Korm or microbe tint western cars 471 against 555 last " ,no. aym caus9 of nil hair in- BANK Of ENGLAND Raised Rate But Action; Was Dis countedBank of France to Aid in Shipping Gold. (Bartlett, Frazier & Carrington.) New York, Oct. 31. The Bank of 'the stronger. England rate was raised but this ac-'s't'0,:l allows of tho situation as.-iert- year. Total primary receipts 912,000; 100,000 in excess of a year ago. Clear ances 473,000. " . CORN With tho apprehension re garding money iu a considerable measure relieved, the trade is operat ing in accordance with known facts Receipts are getting to be very llgh aul busking returns are disappoint in'. The cash ma.'ket wm active au from two to three cm1 in higher, out- wide foiuti. advancing s.vi more, rap- 1 y.' It)' gevisra. instances. ' he Decern her delfvery hero was relatively much When the financial po tion was expected and discounted. The Bank of France will no doubt aid London by shipping gold and buy ing , itself nrlcea are quite likely . to improve. Liverpool closed from V& to lower. Local receipts wn-re i GO ing sterling bills should the occasion jears with 149 expected tomorrow. "J- demand it. The. United States goV-Jta' primary recipts 450,000 ; against eminent is urging our banks In this (332,000 .a year ago, Clearances IS!),- country to take out currency and af-l- Argentine shipments estimated fording them every facility. The for- at SoO.OOO. elgn exchange market is perhaps im- OATS The market fluctuated, rath- proving and "gold to the extent of'el' sharply and closed nt a fair gain $21!, 050,000 has already been engaged on this movement for New York with $3,500,000 for Chicago direct, , Domestic exchange at 'various west ern, points on New York was reported improving. This will facilitate cotton and grain shipments. The railroads o; tne west have started in reducing their labor forces engaged on Improve merit work. This is- huf the initiatory step of a movement that will spread over the enJiwrcountry. A syndicate headed by . Mr, Morgan will take tiO.- 000,000 New York city warrants, bar ring G per cent at par, with an option on $20,000,000 at the. same figures if the report; is correct and will sell these largely at Paris. The governors of three .southern states are said nbont with cash houses loading buyers. Cash advices, both in regard to move ment '-and spot prices were bullish. Receipts are falling off rapidly and a small movement is assured. Values in the sample crowd ranged from 5 to 7 cents higher with St. Louis, up-5 to 0 cents. Local arrivals wers 168 cars with 158 expected tomorrow. To tal primary receipts 097, 0Q3, approx imately the same as a year ago. PROVISIONS A good demand for lard and ,the, advance In hog and corn market gave a farther improvement to provisions and a lirnier closing. The trade was of fair volume ami Inrgely- between packers. Local stocks stacks of contract product ore expect tod to show liberal decrease for the irucuon. iiprpuiuo is a new prnpara tlon, mado after a new formula on on entirely new principle Arvono who has tried It will testify as to Un worth. Try It yourself and bo convlnwl. fj.ild by toadlnc driigKlntfl. - Send 10 !n Fln-np, for snmple to The Iierplcido Co,. De troit, Mtch. ' ' Two slsis 60 centa and Il.Uu. Paul O. Bctruh & Sons, Special Agenta' -' V.-.-V-',. """ L J'P: 1 Worship the New Moon. The Mandlngo tribe In ATrlca look upon each new moon as newly cro ated, whispering a prayer at the fli-at glimpse of the silvery crescent, their reverent hands held up to shadow their faces, while another primitive tribe welcomes it with hand clmpplng and beating of drums. Tr The Castles Preferable. I find the gayest castles in the air that were ever piled far better for comfort and for use than the dun geons in the air that are daily dug and caverned out by grumbling, discon tented people. Ralph Waldo Emer son. His "Holler" Tooth. "This morning an Italian came into my store and asked for something for toothache," remarked the druggist "I Inquired if the tooth had a hollow." "Holler!" he exclaimed; "sure, ail lasta night I holler lika hell." to recommend revision of some of the mouth of October. 12,000 hogs esti- late. railroad rate laws. This is an aproach to sensiblencss in an unex pocted quarter. Tho facility. with which they are moving their southern staple, coton, is no doubt opening their eyes. Trust company and bank ing situation here is said to be bet ter, although the west is drawin down heavily In money and premiums for currency have been reported at Ulterior points. We suppose that we can again say that matters are gener ally Improving and still be within the tacts or tho case, Grain and cotton are moving: better but' the line that lias to walk around it is going to be really quite had many no doubt will stumble and never reach the goal. NEW YORK MONEY. ! New York, Oct. 31. Money on call in strong demand; 325 per cent, ml ing rate ,20; closing bid, offered at 3 Time loans nominal; sixty days 10 15; ninety days 12. Six months of date, 10 per cent. Prime mercan tile paper, 710 per cent. Exchange firmer with actual business in bankers bills at 1 $4.84.50(555. Bar silver 59. NEW YORK GRAIN. By Associated Press. New York, Oct. 31. WHEAT Re ceipts 72,000; exports 24,000. Spot, easy; No. 2, red 107 elevator No. 2 red 109 f.o.b. afloaf. Options closed one half, net, lower. December $1.10 luktm Heeeipts 28,000; exports 31,000. Spot firm; No. 2, 70 elevator and 71 f.o.b. afloat; No. 2. white 72'i No. 2 yellow 71 f.o.b afloat, all nomi nal. Options closed net, high er. December 71. OATS Receipts 54,000; exports 3, 000. Spot linn; mixed. 52: white. 51 (TlO. Clipped white, 56?i64. Receipts and Shipments, The following car load lots rrpre, ... . i. .i.... i , . . snip tent the day's receipts ments: Flour 32 Wheat 67 Corn 243 Oats ....390 and 19 21 219 288 DIARY PRODUCTS. Jhitter Weak; creamery t2'fi2C. Cheese Easy.unchanged. Eggs Strong, western 21 ?23. Coffee Options closed dull net un changed to 5 points higher. Sales. C. 50 bags. November. , 555. ; Sof. pipt: 7 Rio 0; mild quiet; Cordova; 9'ia(12Sji. . SUGAR. SI GAR Raw sioady; fair refining. 19; '.centrifugal. ; tent. 390; mo- lansca r.tigar. "Z. Refined. nt-adv. CHICAGO CATTLE. Br Associated Pri?6. Chicago. Oct 31. CATTLE. Steady. Lmand Slow. Three-fourths of the receipts mere rangers, and there was but a very little of the quality in native sterrs. Butcher ratl'e exroodinely dull. ' HOGS 10-515 higher on good cut side demand. Packers disposed to resist the sharp advance. Sp-eulafon find shippers comiteted with th cash offer for hoes of good quality. iir.h,;' M.anr. cut tra.l was , very row. UTerlngs wer liberal. but buyprs wer very Indifferent. NEW YORK STOCKS. (J sen Eltrti Low Closing A. F. ... A. R. ... Atchison H. and O. B. R. T. ., Can. Pac. G. and O. Erie L, and N. M. K. T. . Mo. Pac. , Pc-nn N. Y. C. . Reading 7G St. Paul Sou. Pac. . Sou. Ry. .. Nqtr- FSc-.. Un. Pac. . . C. F. and I. Amai. Cop. Am. Sugar , U. S. Steel u. s. rfd. ". . 2G 2G!i 20 20 . 09 09 G7 08 . 7G 70 75 75 . 80 81 SO 8-) . 31 32 30 30 .151 151 149 149 . 28 SS. 27T4 27 . 18 18 18 18 .91 94 . 25 25 23 23 . 53 54 52 C2 .111 111 10G 107 . 97 97 95 95 77 74' 74 101 Gfi 12 108 108 100 107 Tl' 113 108 108 15 15 50 51 101 101 23 23 .,102 105 100 !8 GG 07 12 IT1 .J-7 . 51 52 .104 104 . 21 21 . 84 84 82 82 NEW ORLEANS COTTON. Jan 1020 1014 1017 Mch 1031 1047 1020 Dec. 1031 J047 1021 1O20 1023 1021 mated for tomorrow. LO.MnVS V.AVi-iil HCPPLY. I'noiiRli hi Ono'Yenr to Float the Navies .of the, World. .'It' lias been calculated that if a cistern covering 850 acres and 345 feet high could bo constructed and tho water supply of London for one year turned Into it the warships of all the- worl l's navies could ride at anchor there. The figures are given by Tit-Bits which adds: "If wo ,nov dig can?.l 100 feet wide nrrosa Europe, from the ex treme north to tho 60:1th, and empty our cistern Into It, wc shall find that the water in our canal, which ,1s 2,100 rM'.ca long, will rise to a uni form hU;ht of ten feet. Every drop of it i'i cnnaurieJ by tho inhabitants of Greater London within a year; whllo each man woman and child living to-day throughout the world could draw fifty gallons from it without exhausting its contents. , "The niiilns through which these hundreds of millions of tons of wat er flow for the uso of London are al most long enough to stretch a quar ter of the way around the earth at tho equator, while it would take a locomotive, traveling at the rate of sixty miles an hour, more than four days and nights to race from one end of them to the other." Why 8plder la Protected. The origin of the well-known super stition that It Is unlucky to kill a spider lies iu the fact that it was the citiitom in ancient. Rome to make prog nostications from the manner Iu which cobwebs were woven, A Strange Requirement. "What a man who wishes to run an autouiobilo needs most," said tho experienced chauffeur, "is good horse sense." ,vr 'S' r--r' wholMou.e hmnu It U AhhOlXTTKhl PC KB AoexprnvMli ntMbrad la the brevlBf f Ibis lor w pride oanielT on f-af yas a nor thl enrot b axittkllid tor R ailn nd UtOTtngY pnrltr, ' CAIRO BREWING GO.p SMITH BROTHERS : MM' STORE 1100-1 WAtHINttTON AVrNUI Dealers In Everythlrf tttat !a geei M eat, Us and Wr. ,, Cxtlna'v Ai far IUNKE'1 C!rt Cffa. 1 7. Mmmm Cairo Monsent Co., m Wash. its,. CairiM. Thought for the Pessimist. Even the pessimist will admit that, If it were not for the sunny day', wo couldn't truly appreciate tlio cloudy ones Pock. " ILLINOIS CFHTFiAi Corrected to October 15th, 1307, Cairo City Transfer lm '' uer essoi to 3'olU A. Walter 1 . ' '.'J. H.. KlfKCE.' Proffc' ; All Kind ef Waulifg Don tomptty. Both Phones .123 Mil Wtdhinatnn v . ( ro ,l!Hn)t, , i ta i Cfhcii Itcconl Power Traiutnlsxlon. The record power transmission Is that of ;he Kern River plant In Southern California, where 25,000 horse-power is sent 117 miles at a pressure cf 85,000 volts. Extensions of this plitut are contemplated which will Increase the horse-power to (5, 000. CHICAGO GRAIN. WHEAT- tuen Rich Ixiw Ctiwins l"c 90 97 !Hi 9fi-R May M4 105 104 M434 July 98' 99 98 98 CORN l":c. 57 T.8- 36 58 My 58 59 58 59 May 59 G0 58 59 OATS Dec 49 49 48 49 Jtly 48 48 47 48 May 51- 32 51 52 PORK. J;to. 1400 1470 1437 140 May Hint i:,)2 HS7 13t0 LARD May 87ii s72 Kf-7 872 Jan. 835 837 8C7 872 Women Dentist. Dentistry does not seem to ap peal to women. It ia one of the pro fessions which is not threatened by a feminine invasion. There are very few women hovering around the dental colleges. (U IPKS TO HEALTH. One of the best remedies for dandruff; Forty-eight grains of re sorcln. one-quarter ounce of glycer in, aleohol .to fill two-ounee bottle. Apply with medicine dropper every night, rubbing In well with the finger tips. R IBS May 793 793 7S7 792 Jen Hi7 770 702 7G7 In Wheat Corn Goes Higher Oita Fluctuated, Closing at Gun Provisions Improved. St. LOUIS CATTLE. By Associated Press. St. Lctils. Oct. 31. CATTLE. Re ceipts 3ff). Strong to l- higbt-r. Be-f f-ttrt-rs S503 65; stackers and (Bartlett, Frazier 6 Carrington.) Chicago. OH. 31. WHEAT Tho improvement in confidence eontinws end the market was a ba.i lower atid Is still sensitive, the nn-K-rtcne 5s better. Domes-tic grain a-Iviif wer tmiformly bullish with th weakness abroad, a depreKsing taetor for a lew moments at'tr- orvnlnz. The d rracd for hard " Inter wfctat is briik at Omaha and Kansas City with thf- A tablespnonful of sirup of lacto phospbate of lime just before each meal will be found very helpful if the teeih are sjft and brittle. Plenty 01 wno:e wm-at oreaa is aio very beneficial. Wl.en I rushing the teetb always brush away from the gums. InligesMon and lack of circulation are usually the causes of red nose. Exercise must be taken and great rare used In the diet. Only tepid water should be used for washing. The cure Is a long one and consists of getting the whole system in good condition. e-rrif ! o) 1 Tl;rti 4',.. Dully Ohiiiftfo Vent'bois Ltim-. rrlrlng If Icufost m , xtnntit with srina lr;n tor 11 iiotutt north. 1 t . - Ji2,t itirm.itytati ti.t 4rrirlii 11 "l. ixultT:M oonwr.. t Union S ,t tT .! iMilbti lirni r t'lr ft an p. m. - 6.t a u.., UiltMO tKr'( Kxn-, . jiwj-v eut-yl ,uA ! uf. ween rd Cbl.jfcn. niud in ULi. ut:Wi t UH n. d,., t. JkiuIii .Mflkrtntuv ffr. ucept AUM), 4f'l!H- II, t, u ' 1 1 1 1 ft . 4u. Hi . i.vhIi X vui ma, , rrtr Ids iu Bi. Li.uiK i. 4.lh p. u, llllS . tu. t'lucuro Htxi arrlTlng lo tlbickto, tt.4if.tu. 9liri. to, I milt nt. I.U11U JUIwttoil, rlrlof in fi. LkuI 4t.8ju. u, i. xt,. AneruooB Kavru for (Mil BfflnghMn, MstWun, Vuwii, oiimuprtKU. k 6 ! 1 0 p. m. ThibM ctommufjttc, 7tl5 p.m. l'lriro dI Kmiw H irr rrirlnt in (:hico ' I 3 s. ui , :udl .poil,7: t lnoinnitt, 1:W k. m t:oru,; 3. m.. N Tvik t:0 . klw)i rr Ohlvre' P-annart For Mew Tors ao3 mu raSSeiiyers cltlehculd ber In i" tkt th IllluoU 0nlrl if the qnlft . d bjr tnoy honn, l4lnf Cairo t J .15 p. m 1 trrlvtivr in New York !': tk oond la OUTHKNN Plv-UIOf ran own dibbct link to usmrut . HSHTILLI!., OHAVIANOOHA, LANTA, JAOCSON ViLIJO, ' VANN.H. VIOKnAUitO sod JACESOW Vi-i.il. 9l4 a. m. "Tka Did TTi " ,. Matn.ill and iaifniil Ull5 a. n. ktainprit and M Urt4u 14a. d la MinrJ)l", artlTInc In Man.pk'1 at a. m. and Daw Urleaar. p. n. ttl'O a. h r-lo-:4 and TsratrvUI. tl4 1 p. indallf, Maipfel( aad SttOrhti f 441 Mail arriTlnf la M.aphl at jm p. a,4t. (taw Orlaaci at 1:11 a. m. 1 14 1 f. mm dally, MaikrlUa, Oaataaeaf aa atlaota. 4 t.'iO p m. Faltoa Aocammodatloa, 6:l) p.. aupm 4ja wilaaisiravki arrlTS la kiaauklaat UtM p. av. Maw U1m' tt:SAa. at. ft ISO p. aa. Padaaak aad Lalrnit, Oar tot taroofk tlctaU. (laaplac aar aoo4 odaUoca aad rartkar la(ormattAH apply tll1f taafal Paaaaafai B,tua, Catru, ill. K M. Ht, It . t. A. HATCH, Q. P. A. u. MiNION a. Traffta Mf. Alexander CoiHifv National Brink Commar-ciat Anu anj i;jfitt fftratt CAlO, ILXIMOI. Capital ...... Surplus jmCdnrj .........100.000 ora-crr E. A. nnder. .......... , ,FrtsIdeat Oh a 8, Fuch'r. jt ... .Vlc President J If. 0H!iran .Cashier F. Spencer ....Assistant Caahtar oooonta of corp)rf!ons and Ir.divlJ uhIs especial' solic'.ted. Bic ftsat iirnlnhM to any of tb woriA Afcxander- Goiinly Savings Bank tsictly a tavmoi SANK. CAIHO, ILLINOIfc- Capttal.. Surplus . .... f9,CCV .... lO.oot The I'aefnl Mrt Criopprr. An article of kitchen furniture that pay for Its eot many times ovr in the .course of a year Is the meit chopper. Sometime a piv of meat proves Intractably tonrh. to pit? of the best effarts of th cook, and In stuh rae there Is but t r- thlna; to Le done. Put it bro igh ifcc chopper, and (eason the cfpp rre?f with some herb w!-!- s--arrearde to tie faml'y fa"p. st fprre upon very crlip, bittered which maks a ery paiataM" c'i-':i The Pnn: Is the only sten dsy ar to Cirv StWUS'iiSlOH 5TATI0 LateoA kt'CiA; k. iei WUM Wsjoawaiif offctn R. A. fisdatr rrratHwl C. O. Patter Ylr fMsl J H. Oalltpras , . . . .'.Caaklor F pa-ar AaalatASl Cl RtRKOTOPt ' P.. A. Sndr J. ft. Oalllfnn Thus. Boyd CO. f.0r Wm. Kiugsj , C X Hatf I'lts. reitehfr. Jr,W. B. Ta;stJood D. 8. lAf-'aa Gt-rt'f Paraos Intsrwst 8I4 an Tim Capta, River Transportation TIME OF TRAINS AT 8ati ) So. 1 Express, daily It ...2.31 p.m. No. 3 Havana Ltd., daily, Ir 2:19 am. No. S Express, d.flly, lr ...,ll:"5 p m. MetHton No. 2 Express, dally, lr i:t pm No. 4 Limited, daily. It 2:T a in. No. 6 Express, daily. It 4:33 am Lee Line Steamers Corrected to Octoter 15th, 1307. X V Tt-4i, 4-ai. Ft. - -S4t For Miphta and Way Lartng &tcr Lae. . . .VVcdxcarJay. p.m 3a4 Lea Fnday, 5 p. m Petcra Lee. .... .Saturday, p.m. for St. I ouia d Way " Landings m w ..... .. v u" '.J m. .-. i Peters Lee Wednesday, a.m, g . 4 rf frrleM "I P?8 ay . . - ... -.- 5 RCiEntT t. Ltt, I Crfal Ctf-. , S-H.tH Sir ajt 3 ar,,' Trit W KilA. aXA