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Till CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY IIOEMINO, NOVEMBER 21, 1907. 1
000 00 00 0 OQOQ 00 0 000 ooo Z W AN T A F$ a a Q a a a o o o o o o o o o IN TUB CAIRO BULLETIN ARE READ EVERY MORN ING IN 2 000 FAMILIES. The Want Columns of the Bulletin ate consulted by hundreds of people every morning lu search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost or found, sit nations wanted and vacant. ' RATESi One Insertion, per word Three Insertions, per word One Week, per word One Month, per word . . .01 .02 i .05 .Id No advertisement Inserted for less than 23c. 00000000000 00000000000 o o D o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o Stocks Bonds. Cereals t BUOMNT RECOVERY THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Ratw for Classified Notice. On Insertion, per word .01 Three Insertion, per word .... .02J4 One week, per word .05 One month, per word 15 No advertisement Inserted far lets than twenty-five cents. FOR RENT. ROOMS Light , housekeeping, 1109 Washington Avenue. ROOMS For light. 1505 Poplar street. housekeeping. FOR RENT Two story dwelling, 7 rooms, furnace, all modern Improve ments. Apply 215 Twentieth street or New York Store. ' In Stock Market Yesterday Favorable New York Bank Statement Was Crowning Feature. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen. 236 Twen tieth street. FOR RENT Nice elx room cottage with bath. Apply 1507 Commercial avenue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for two or more gentlemen. 310 Fourth Btreet. , FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suit able for light housekeeping. Apply 2)7 Seventh street. FOR RENT Good house, 7 rooms, 2 lots, and bath, 828 Twenty-fourth Street Inquire at 2106 Poplar street. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Hard coal base burn er, cheap. Inquire J. W. Wenger's residence, or office, both "phones. WANTED. AGENTS Desiring exclusive rights for a ready selling article with big profit should apply at once at 715 wasmngion. avenue, up stairs, room No. 1. ' WANTED Three or more room ers; free bath and telephone accom modations. 413 Eighth street. tf. The best house for rent In the city. 319 Seventh street, has 8 rooms' and 2 baths and furnace. , All in best of order. Apply to Samuel White. H FOR Hth bath and RENT Sevea room house barntwo lots, 513 jJleventh street. Apply 611 Washing ton avenue. FOR RENT Five Apply to A. J. Ross. room cottage. FOR RENT Two story, 7-rooni house. Twenty-seventh and Elm. Ap ply W. S. Dewey, court house. "FOR RENT Five room cottage up town. Inquire at 323 Sixth street. FOR RENT Nicely -furnished room Modern conveniences. 308 Eighth street. MALE HELP WANTED. Learning to write advertisements, you can positively earn $25 to 1100 tier week. Prospectus sent free. Page Davis Co., 102 Wabash Ave.. Chicago. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED County agents; exclu sive territory. Man or woman; no experience necessary. Can make $! to $10 every day. Only $50 capital re quired to carry on a clean, profitable, permanent business. National Agency, 1541 Unity Iildg., Chicago, 111. MISCELLANEOUS. LOST AND STOLEN From my home near Elco between Septem ber 17 and 20, 1907, 1000 shares of the Nevada Star Gold Mining Com pany of Carlin, Nev., 100 shares of t lie Kansas Co-Operative Oil Refining Company, the property of Calvin S. Thomas and 200 shares of the Nevada Star Gold Mining Company of Carlin, New York, Nov. 23. The stock market had quite a buoyant recovery today. Technical conditions were fa vorablo for this result by reason of the free extensions of short Interests, which had been made during the week, while the various beleagured In terests were being forced to liquidate on painful terms. Uncovered bears were impressed yesterday with reports that relief had been secured by Inter ests under pressure which enabled them to discontinue costly liquidation. The disquietude of the bears was much enhanced by this morning's re port of the visit to the White House of J. Pierpont Morgan, accompanied by influential New York bankers. Pre vious to the close of the market inti mations circulated that the bank state ment would be of a favorable charac ter, and this completed the discom fiture of the bears. There were some special influences, a five point rise In General Electric caused by the declar ation of the regular dividend, proving a line along which much of the recent apprehension was played. The bank statement proved highly encouraging to hopes of a definite turn towards Improvement in the situation. This was In spite of the small Increase in deficit. Loan contraction, although moderate, is the first showing In that direction since the crisis developed. The decrease in cash is smaller than was indicated by the preliminary esti mates, thus proving that the concealed drain on banks has ended. The days gold arrivals amounted to nearly $13, 000,000, all of which will figure for the full week's averages In next Satur day's bank statement. These favorable features in the bank statement are in spite of the drawing down of govern ment deposits in the clearing house banks Ainoa a week ago of but little less than $4,000,000. The declining tendency of the premium on currency Is explicable on the Improvement in the banking position. The inauguration of the movement of gold from Paris to New York direct had an excellent effect on foreign sentiment towards American securities. The market closed strong with but few recessions trom tne general advance or one to four points. ed $5.50; powdered $4.90; granulate! $4.80; cubes $5.05. ffe , 305 oo iris firm At Opening, Became Weak Closed Strong Corn and Oats Acted in Same Manner. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEWERS. Division Street, Center Street and Twenty-First Street, Cairo, Illi nois. Public notice Is herreby g'ven .that until ten (10) o'clock A. M., Monday, November, 25, 1907, at the city coun cil chamber of the City of Cairo, Illi nois, the Hoard of Local Improve ments of the said city will receive sealed Itemized bids for the construct ion of vitrified tilo pipe sewers, house connectios and inlets and brick man holes In Division Street,, Center Street and Twenty-First Street, in the said City of Cairo, Illinois, In accord ance with the terms and provisions of Oidlnence No. 126. annroved Mav Then; is. 1907. now of record In the office of tho City Clerk of said city, No. 1111 Commercial Avenue, where printed copies of the ordinance may be ob tained on application to the said clerk The specifications of and for the improvement will be found and may be examined at the office of the Chicago, Nov. 23. WHEAT. Mar ket opened firm on buying by shorts. based on tho opening strength of the Rtnc.k market Vnrelo-n craln markets howeverwere weak and this Induced City Engineer of said city In the same considerable profit taking. The weak ness in corn also inspired additional sales. The first hour prices declined a cent owing to the selling pressure. The last half of the session the mar ket became strong on renewed cover ing by shorts. On this upturn prices advanced nearly 2 cents above the low point of the day. The close was strong, December up a cent. No. 2 red 9294; No. 3 red 8992: No. 2 hard 9296; No. 3 hard P0?94. December opened 90& M; highest 91; lowest 89: closing Pl4. May 100. CORN 'December weak early, ow ing to selling brought, out by favor able, weather for the curing of the inew crop and the still further decline iu the price of live hogs. Shorts, how ever, covered freely the Inst half of the session which caused a recovery of all the early loss. The close was firm, December off No. 2 red .50; No. 3 59; No. 2 yellow and No. 3 ye low (10. December opened 52fj!; highest 52; lowest 51; closing 52. May 54. OATS Weak the first hour In sym pathy with the decline In wheat and corn. The market later became firm bv the buying of several leading lories. The trading was largely In May. No. 3 white Uy,41- Decern ber opened 4445;' highest, 45; lowest closing 45. May 49 Receipts and Shipments. Chicago, N'ov. 23. The following car loads represent the day's move ments: Flour . 16 Wheat- 26 Corn '....19ft Outs 176 NEW YORK MONEY. New York. Nov. 23. Money on call Nev., the property of Mrs. Emellng nominal. Time loans nominal; sixty Thomas. A reward will be paid if the i finder will return to the owners. WHY HE GOT IT. Youngster's Ice Cream Was to Pre pare Him for Tribulation. It was so hot, even on the airy top floor of the settlement house, that the kindergarten member of the "fam ily" decided to brave the glare of the myriad electric lights which for aome undlscoverable reason East side ice-cream ."parlors" find attractive in quest of some frozen refreshment. As she gave her order she heard a suppressed whimper behind her. The whimper sounded young, so she turned to investigate. (A real so ciologist can no more resist investigat ing than can the Ethiopian - refrain from retaining possession of his ilestlned color If one may be permit Ted a trifling liberty with a time honored simile.) At one of the tables was seated a family group consisting of mater familias, who occupied the whole of one side of the table a apace Intend ed by the designer of the table to accommodate two persons of ordinary girth and two small sons, the head of one of them barely reaching the top of the table. It was this young ster who was mourning,, evidently, aa It developed, because his older broth er had a plate of ico cream "all for himself." while the littler tellow was lfing regaled only by a very occa sional spoonful from his mother's j.late. As his audible unbapplnesa in creased she shook an Impressive f nger at the top of his head and aald: "Don't you get fresh, because there's a policeman outside, and you," to the other youngster, impartial with discipline, even though Inclined to distribute refreshment with discrimi nation, "don't you forget that you've got to take a bath to-night. That's the leason you're getting Ice cream." X. Y. Times. ! HAD HIS OWN IDEA. And It Is Very Probable the Irishman Was Right. A Cincinnati doctor who thinks . that ail the ills of the human race can be traced to the drinking of coffee and tta. entered a restaurant recently and seated himself opposite an Irishman who waa busying himself trying to dispose of a steaming cup of coffee. "How often do you uu coffee?" queried the doctor. " drink it mcmlng, nooa and night, air." "Don't you experience a slight dizziness of the train oa retiring at Bigttr , . . "You have a sharp pain through the temples and In and around the eyes." "Right you are," replied the Irish U1UU. "You are possessed with a drowsi nam when you awake In the morning, and your head often aches and feels very heavy." "Right again," answered the Irish man, still sipping his coffee. "Well, then," exclaimed the doctor, sitting erect In his chair, "aren't you now convinced that the coffee Is the cause ?" "Is that so?" said the Irishman In astonishment. "Faith, I always thought it was the whisky." What to Eat. Ancient Fish Story. In Shingle street, some seven miles from Oxford, England, the fine old Norman tower still remains In which, according to Ralph de Coggeshall, a strange creature was oiiue Incarcer ated. The legend goes that In the year 1180. near unto Oxford. In Suf. folk, certain fishers took In their nets a fish having the shape of a wild man In all polnta; be had hair on bia head, and a long picked beard and about the t u! "eed,ngIy h"lry nl !nL Cop "K" umuvue, me goverenor. In the castle of Oxford, aix montba or more. He spake not a word; all man ner of meats did he gladly eat, tut most greedily raw fish. Oftentimes be was brought to church, but never .uUru mu7 sign or adoration. At days 15 per cent; ninety days 12; six months 8. . Prime paper nominally 10 per cent. Exchange fairly steady, demand $4.874.87.25; sixty days $4.70.504.8O. Bar silver 58. NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Nov. 23. Today Yesterday Close Atchison 70 Do. Pfd 79 B. and 0 78 C. and N. W 131 D. and R. G 16 Do. Pfd 54 111. Cent .....118 L. and N 88 Inter Mets 5 Do. Pfd 15 Mc. Par, 52 N. Y. C. 94 Penn 110 Reading 81 Rock Island 12 Do. Pfd 27 St. Paul 97 Sou. Pa; 68 Sou. Ry . . t'n. Pac. . . I v.. Pf.l. Wabash . I.. Pfd Wis. Cent. Nor. Pac. C. F. and I. Pac. Mall ... People's Gas Sugar IT. S. Steel . . Do. Pf.l .. length, being nut well look t ! ws,'rn 11 "n stole to tb ' iletin. r. an.l I. - , ;,,-, WB gee after." rtrW Family. A boy and a girl in Alabama whose parents are named Ashmead have gathered together a happy family coo aisting of a cat, a rat. a dog, a mouse and a canary bird. The dog will brace his feet and let the cat Jump on bis back. Then the rat win climb oa her back. Then the mouse and the canary will complete the pyramid. Then all will grab each other by the tail, the canary coming list, and march around the room. They have beea taught to perforin many other tricks, and the young people are fuiie roud of their circus. New York Restaurants. New York city possesses a eery small proportion of restaurants be tween the many first-class ones that have bo superiors in the world and the more numerous extremely poor . . M ..112 .. 75 . 8 .. 15 .. 11 ..107 .. 48 .. 30 .. ISV .. 19 .. 73 . .litj .. 24 . . hi . . 60 .. 82 NEW YORK BONOS. Refunding 2's Reg... 104 Refunding 2's cou. ...HCt Registered 2's 100 Couion 3's 100 New 4 s K-f 117 New 4 couion 117 eios 67 7 77 129 154 54 y4 117 87 . 5-K 14 50 3 107 79 26 95 66 10 H 75 8 14 10 15 46 28 15 19 72 101 22 101 n 83 103 103 1K) 100 117 117 DAIRY PRODUCTS. HI TTER Irregular; creamery 230 27. CHEESE And eggs firm. an- changed. COFFEE. COFFEE Option closed steady net five points lower to li points high ci. Sal- 133.25 baps. NivMubr $3.50. Sot quk-t. No 7 Rio 6; mild Cordova 5il3. SUGAR. SUGAR Raw quift.' fair refining. $3.10i3 2it; centrifugal S6; tot $3 61 ones that are hardly parallel In the li37; niolas- sngar $2lffi20; re- gieat cities j fined rfuiH; conWtlon-- "A" $4 69; Usitu'l "A" i la; cu. kf $5 CO, tinsh- MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, Nov. 23. WHEAT. December 100; May 107; No. I hard 104; No. northern 102p 103; No. 2 northern 99 . NEW YORK GRAIN. New York,' Nov. 23. WHEAT Re ceipts 313,000; exports 12,000. Spot steady; No. 2 red, 98 elevator; No. 2 red, 94 f.o.b. afloat. Options clos ed net higher. December 101. CORN Receipts 15,000; exports 500. Spot easy; No. 2, 64 elevator and 64 f.o.b afloat; No. 2 white, 05; No. 2 yellow, 64 f.o.b. afloat. Options closed (fM cents lower. De cember 64. OATS Receipts 86,000; exports 29, 000. Spot steady: mixed 52: white 51 !i53'A: clipped white 52ff60. FLOUR. Chicago, Nov. 23 FLOUR Steady vVlnter patents 430 80; straights 42 ifNS; spring patents 5201 40; Mralghts 45i!fi 80; bakers 340f&425. CHICAGO LIVE STOCKi Chicago, III., Nor. 23. CATTLE. Nominally steady. Receipts only a few hundred head. The market closed weak but with a better tone than r.hown last week. HOGS Prices were 15(920 lower, and prices for packing hogs ap pmached perilously near the $4 mark. SHEEP Sheep and lambs steady. Conditions show some Improvement over last week. building. The bids or proposals must be for the construction of the Im provement in strict conformity to the termo and provisions of the said or dinance. All bids must be accompanied by cash or by a check payable to the or der oi! the President of sa.'l Board in his official capacity and certified by a responsible bank, for an amount equal to ten (10) per centum of the amount of the bid, and, without such cash or chock, no bid will be consider ed. Tie tld or proposals mny be de livered to the Board at the time and place first above mentioned or before that time to the Secretary of the Board 8t his office with the said City Clerk: and at said time and place, the snid Board, in open session, will open, examine and publicly declare the said bids or proposals. The contractor whose bid may be acc pted shall enter Into a contract with the said City of Cairo for the construction of the said improvement In accordance with the terms and re (liiircments of t'pe said ordinance, and shall also enter Into a bond payable to the said city, In the sum of fifty (50) per centum of the amount of his hid, with security to be approved by the said Boardconditioned for the faithful performance, In all respects, ot his isald contract and for holding the said city harmless,' etc.," and he shall also bind himself. In his sal contract and bond ( to guarantee his said rork for the period of two (2) years from and after1 the 'acceptance of the 'Fame by t he said Board and its confirmation by the court. The contractor to whom the con tract for the., construction of -the---improvement shall be awarded and who shall do the work, will be paid in bonds of the city bearing Interest at the rate of five (5.) per centum per annum from their respective dates. Blanks for bids or proposals will be furnished on application to the City Engineer at his office aforesaid GEORGE PARSONS, Pretiirlf nt of.tlw Board of Local Im provements of the City of Calro.Illlnols Attest: ERNEST M5RDMAN, '' Secretary of Board. Cairo, Illinois. November 11. 1907. to the Board at the time and place first above mentioned or before that time to the Secretary of the Board at his office with the said City Clerk, No. 1111 Commercial Avenue afore said: and at said time anil plane, the said Board, In open session wllfopen, examine and publicly declare sald bids or proposals. The contractor whose bid may be accepted shall' enter into a contract with the said City of Cairo for the construction of the said improvement, or for such part thereof as may be awarded to him,' In strict accordance with the terms and requirements of the said ordinance, and shall also en ter Into a bond" payable to the said Mtif iu me sum or nixy ((5t per centum of the amount " of his bid. with security to be approved by the said Board, conditioned for the faith ful performance, m all respects, of his said contract and for holding the city harmless, etc.; and he shall bind him self, In his sal. I contract and bond, to guarantee the sewer construction work for the period of two (2) years from and after the acceptance of the same by the said Board and Its confirma tion by the court. a . The contractor to whom the con tract for the construction of the Im provement, or any part thereof, Is awarded and who shall do" the work, will be paid In bonds of the city bear ing interest at the rate of five (5) per contum per annum from their re spective dates. Blanks for bids or proposals will be furnished on appli cation to the said City Engineer at his office aforesaid. GEORGE PARSONS. President of the Board of Icb1 Ini. provemetif . of the TJt.y of Cjilrn.rilnoip ERNiiST .vORD.tlA.V Secretary of Board" Cairo, Illinois, November 11, i:07. I V it. .V ' J -f iTteeV' OUR BEER "afceoaswtlieaelra- an na ot life, a anttr -wnnH Dcaaa u m ABMULUTBLT rofl !! Ti5 7 tU o1v on filing jom asiSiasa.'MBr"-.?" ." 8AIR0 BREWING 00.' SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORrl 100l WASHINGTON AVENU Dealer In. everything teat I f4 e Eat, Use and Wea. Exclusive Agentf fr ILANKE'S Calrat4 Cefra, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEWERS AND FILLING All 8T. LOUIS CATTLE. St. Louis. Nov. 23. CATTLE. Re ceipts 2.000. Steady. Beef steers 3TT 600; stockers and cows and heifers steers 250(fi 50ft. HOGS Receipts Ranged 390 H 440. feeders 275Tj50o; ff?410 Tevas 5,00ft. 25 lower. Hind Librarian. Miss Jennie Winslow Rubier, who baa charge of the "room of happiness" In the Lynn IMmi l public library. Is said to be the only blind librarian In the world. Besides performing the duties of librarian. Miss Rubier teaches the blind patrons of the ti ki ary to read. New Nobility. Four peers, 11 baronets snd SI kuigbts were created by the king of Great Britiaa on bis last birthday. Nominally the king did it. la reality the liberal ministry did it. the 'birth day honors" being one of the per quisites of office. Our Greatest Land Thieves. Eighteen thouMnd acres of farm lands are now washed downstream rju h year by the Hsourl and Missis sippi rivers. This amounts to about Ue area of a email county or SO mile square of fertile land. Ne Friend of Teddy's. The Queen of Holland discourages gannisg eo far as she Is able. She is tn ardegt lover ot all aa!m; ross streets between Aenty- First Street and Twenty-Eighth and West Twenty-Eighth Streets, and a part of Walnut Street, in the City of Cairo, Illinois. Public notice Is hereby Riven that until ten (10) o'clock A. M., Monday November 25. 1907. at the city council chamber of the City of Cairo, Illinois No. 1111 Commercial Avenue, the Board of Local Improvements of the City of Cairo will receive sealed item ized bills or proposals for the con struction of vitrified tile pipe sewers. house connections and Inlets and brick manholes In TwentySecond and West Twenty-Second Streets, Twenty-Third and West Twenty-Third Streets, Twenty-Fourth and West Twenty fourth Streets. Twenty-Fifth and West Twenty Fifth Streets, Twen ty-Slxth and West Twenty-Sixth Streets, Twenty-Seventh and West Twenty-Seventh Streets, Charles Street and a part of Walnut Street, In the said City of Cairo, and for the filling with earth of the unfilled por tions of the said streets. The said sewers, house connections, inlets and brick manholes and the said filling must bo constructed, made and done In accordance with the terms and provisions of Ordinance No. 127, approved May 18, 1907, now of record in the office of the City Clerk of said city. No. 1111 Commer cial Avenue, where printed copless of the ordinance may be oMalned on application to the said clerk, and in tbe office of the t'lty Engineer of the city, In the same building, the specifi cations of and for the said work will be found and may be there examined. The said local Improvement as a whole and in all Its parts is fully de scribed in the said ordinance, and the bids must be for the construction of the Improvement In strict confromity with its terms and provisions. Bids will be received tnr the making of the improvement as a whole and al so for the construction of the sewer work without the filling and for the filling without the newer work and also for the sewer work and filling on the different streets eeparately. All bids or proposals must be ac companied by cash or by a check pay able to the order of the President of the said Board in bis official capacity. and certified by a respcnslble bank, for an amount equal to ten (10) per centum of the amount of the bid or proposal, and, without such cash or rheck. tto bid or proposal will be con s!derd. The bils mt be delivered Handicapped. Austria's flshiiis Industry suiters from ihe handicap that the fishermen are nearly all In the dutch of usurers. They are compelled to bor row money when the ea'ch is poor and they are never able tu get out of debt again. A Good Customer. The United Slates government Is the largest Individual purchaser of electric lamps In this country, it buy 850,000 annually. It Was Lost, Anyway! ' ' Hobby (fumblinx in hla pockets') Ish funny hie but - TCan't lilc re-' member in Just what pocket hie I put zat keyhole, . 1 1 n .vrM "tood Name. " " ' Plp-a Plpp is the name of a Filipino boy who will be educated at Port Hope. Ontario, for the Episcopal ministry. Plague of the West. Tons of giMsshoper have beea found imbedded in an ancient glacier jf Montana. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to November 1, 1907. THE FAST, MAIL ROUUTE Trains Leave Cairo: i .1:32 a. m. Daily Chicago Vestibule Limited, arriving Chicago 11:30 a. m. 2:32 a. m. Daily St. Louis , Night Limited, arriving St. Louts 7:08 a. in. Sleeping car open at 8:30 p. m. ,, 5:00a. m. Chicago Daylight Express except Sunday. 5:00 a. m. St. Ixuils Morning Ex press, except Sunday. 11:15 a. m. St. Iouls Fst Mall. 11:15 a. m. Chicago Mid-day Special 2:35 p. m. Dally St. Louis Limited. 2:35 p. m. Afternoon Express for Odin, Effingham, Mat toon. 5:10 p. m. Thebes Accomodation. 7:15 p. m. Chicago and Eastern Express. Bei f V '. i V '':; Cairo Monament Co., C. E. GREGORY, Mgr. UU Wk Its., Csire,!!!. r Alexander County National Bank Commercial Avenue and ElfM ttrvel CAIRO, ILLINOIS. capital Gurplua. 1100,003 . .... 100,000 3:15 a. m. Memphis and New Or leans Limited. . . '6:00 a. m. Paducah and Louisville. 1:41 p. m. Dally Memphis and New Orleans. 1:41 p. m. Dally, Nash! vile, Chatta nooga and Atlanta. 4:30 p. m. Fulton Accomodation. 5:50 p. m. Paducah and Louisville. 6:00 p. m. Memphis and New Or leans Special. For through tickets. Bleeping car accommodations and further informa tion apply at Illinois Central Passe n ger Station, Cairo, 111. J. H. JONES, Ticket Ager.L 8. A. HATCH, G. P. A. A. H. HANSON, Pass. Traffic Mgr. OFFICERS - W. A. Under.;..' ..prealdeal Chas. Feuehter, 3t .....Vice Presldeul J. H. Oaltltaa rhii F. Spencer......... Assistant Cashier Account of corporation and Individ ual especially solicited. Biebaace "urniskad to any part of U world. Alexander County Savings Bank STRICTLY A SAVINGS SANK. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital Surplus .. Mes so,oci 2U0V1S cffitiMQ!i biwoi SUi0iai (tv etUMi w xowldoeilty fKLl TtME OF TRAINS AT testa a No. 1 Express, daily It ...2 33 pm. No. 3 Havana Ltd., dally, lv 2.1 am. No. S Express. d.ty, lv ....11:25 p.m. Nerthbewnd " No. 2 Expires, dally, lv 1:4 J p.m. No. 4 Limited, daily. lv....2:l a-m.1 No. Eiprees, dally, lr 4:55 a.m Corrected to November 13th, 1W7. n.V.TTioa, Jo.M, tti, 1 Mbp. fecoat! r99mir IM OFFICERS B. A. Bader ..PreaMnt C. O. Patier ,.TlvPreldel J. H. Galllgai OaAit F. Saer Assistant CiaJ IRICTDRS A. Budar J. TL OsJltau Tho. Boyd o. a rUer Wm. JCur C. T. NefJ Cha. Feuehter, Jr, It. B. TlatIwo4 D. S. Lansdea George raraoaa Interact Paid Tim BspIU. ." Cairo Citj Transfer Line I accessor to 8tolta dt Walter J. H. KIERCE, Prop. AU Klnda of Hauling Don Promptly Both Phone IU 1111 Washington Ave, Calra .IIHiMlft River Transportation I Lee Line Steamers . -i For Freight and Paeeeg avp'y 1 at Halliday & Phillip Wharf- J boat. Catr. Q For Memphis and Way Landings Steamers Departure Stacker Lee Ptters Lee Thursday, 3 p. n. Sadie Lee Tutsday S p.m. For SL Louis and Way Landings Stacker Lee Friday p.m. Peters Lee Tuesday a.m. ROBERT E. LEE. General Manager General Cee, 4 tout First ft, . ' Memfthla, Ten. '