THE CAiftO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORtiING, NOVEMBER 10, iftod
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FOR RENT Furnished froat room
tn new moiern cottage, outtablo for
two gentlemen or man and wile. 824
FOR RENT Hojiue at 117 Third
atreet, six rooms, bath and basement.
Apply to Mrs. MoCann, 206 Fourth
TO LET Room ami board for hus
band and wife. :!10 Seventh street.
FOR RENT Cottage, No. 310
Twentieth street, 5-rooms, bath and
high attic, furnace, cement basement,
hot aud cold water. M. J. Howley,
FOR RENT Two rooms for house
keeping; first floor. Call 432 V.
Of Some .of .Heretofore Suooortina
Factors Noted in Yesterday's
FOR SALE Five room cottage $1
init. Enquire on. premises. 7111 Thirty-sixth
FOR SALE Store house ami
I welling No. I'll.'! and 2tl" Poplar
Mir-et. For terms annlv to L. If.
Myers -121 Tenth street.
WANTED First class day hoarder,
best accommodations. One hand
somely furnished front room with
-oar.!. Apply at 001 Walnut street,
WANTED - Position hy experienced
stenographer. Lumber office pre
WANTED A limited number
hoi yes to board. 0. O. Foster.
FOR RENT-Cottage 311 Division
street, 7-rooms and bath, furnace, ce
ment basement, hot and cold water.
M. J. I low ley.
FOR RENT Good business place
a". 1311 Washington avenue Is for
rent, possession In 30 days. Store
room 2ox8n. Apply to John Bourgois.
FOR RENT Two offices rooms,
700 Commercial avenue, over Pup
kin Dry Goods Store. M. J. How
ley, Real Estate Agent.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-
ooijied unmarried men between ages
of IS and 3.i ; citizens.of United States,
of good character and temperate hab
its, who can speak; read and write
English. For Information apply to
recruiting officer, 415 Ohio 6treet,
ROOMS For light housekeeping,
$2.:.n per week. 1505 Poplar,
FOR RENT Five
411 Seventh street,
FOR RENT Four
fc. housekeeping or
FOR RENT One furnished room
in private family; no other roomers.
Suitable for man or lady reasonable
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Killing Cabbage Odor.
CabbsK may lie boiled without
f niittiiig that objectionable odor by
placing a big peeled onion into th
midst of the cabbage and on top slices
of stale bread cut thick.
Do not add too much water to the
cabbage at one time, or It will oak
the bread and cause It to separate and
mil with the cabbage, but, rather, add
water from time to time in course of
the boiling process.
l'loii the back of the stove, where It
will just simmer, set a small vessel
containing vinegar and surar.
The bread and ouiou absorb the
odor, and the vim gar and sugar are a
precaution to make assurance doubly
after which you take one cup of sugai
lo each cup of juice. Let boil one and
a half hours.
CUCUMBfcR IN NEW STYLE,
Blackberry or Raspberry Vinegar,
Cover two quarts of Denies with
strong vinegar and let stand two
weeks. .Mash the berries and strain
the liquid over two quarts fresh ber
ties. Let stand a week, then mash
and stialn again. To each quart of
the resultant vinegar allow a pound
of sugar, bring to the boiling point
kim thoionghiy, and bottle while tot
Vse new, sound corks. This furnishes
a gis'eful and wholesome acid on hot
tlats. diluted with cold water. A quart
of this wilt suffice to supply the needs
of a gd tlted picnic party as a table
rpoonful. or two at most, will make a
lilass of delicious "shrub."
For sit persons: Get one and one
half pound of good round steak, ona
lialf pound of salt pork, and on-qar
ter pound smoked ham, have same
rround all together at the butcher's;
then add ta eggs, two medium .lied
cntotii. one cup breadcrumbs; mli all
these Ingredient, together, roil In but
tered tissue paper, and bake one hour,
after Fame has been seasoned te taste.
Green Cm Pancakes.
Take a qirt of grated corn, one
cupful of flur. on capful cf milk,
one tab!etiriful of melted batter,
four egp. nnha'f of a te.npoonful of
alt. Heat the egg separately, add
the yolks tn tb corn, then tbe mCk.
flour and salt; beat well and atir la
very arfully the well beatea waitee
pake on t bot griddle.
Sery. Vegetables in Cassolettes, for
One large cucumber, one ezs. some
breadcrumbs, one cupful of stock or
milk and water, four tableepoonftils of
cold meat or chicken, a little brown or
white sauce, suit and pepper, one tea
spoonful of chopped parsley. Pee
tbe cucumber and cut ft Into pieces
atiout 2', inches long Put them lino
a saucepan wl'li the stink or milk
and mater, and let them cook slowl)
until they aie tender, then drain them
Now carefullv remove the (enter ol
each, taking care not to cut through
the bottom. Roll e.rli piece of rii
cumber In fin Ireaiirrumlm. Fry thm
a golden brown in sniokfng hot fat
Chop the meht finely and moisten li
a little with any kind of sauce or thicl
gravy you may have on hand. Season
the mixturre and till the races of cq
cumber with some of rliin mixtuie
piling It up rather high. Spiinkle t
llitle cli(i.J f.arsley over the tou auii
KNOW IT WELL
Familiar Features .Well .Known
Hundreds of Cairo Citizens.
Take the parings of tme-haif pek of
IP'ct, wab well and sat to boil is
fo.r quarts of water aad let bo2 ti
hours .Tbea strain tirc-.fb a :c'a.
A familiar burden In every home.
Tb burden of a "bad back."
A lame, a weak or an aching back
T1I you of kidney ill.
Iran's Kidney puis cure you
Here is Cairo t-timony to prove If
R F. Writht. 2M2 Park avnet.e
Cairo. 111., says; 'I rake pleasure ii
'Uine the public thst ffcian's KM
net T'iiN procured at Sihtih Son
Irucni.'s cured uf of ki-lner a-n'
bladder fro'iM" of several 5er
ftan-ling and whlh o'her rm-db-
hsd failed to even relieve. I hare
every re.son (o know that Ioan
Kidney f'ilis art a. rejirenied an.l
am giad to ay that I have not had ar.
at'ack inc n-:rg them."
For M'e by a'l rfegierji. Prlc V)
cit'is Fo:er !;!burn Cf.. Ruffala,
New York. :-r'e greptc f,,r tve "n;e-l
P.- T " : I J,T-fViJ1 J a1
t f:" - r.
New York, Nov. IS. There was no
new Incident today which acted us n
determining factor on tho movement
of prices of stocks. In its absence th"
market showed a waning of the in
fluencc of some of the older factors
which have been active for some time
past, notably since the election. Com
mission houses report thai tho volume
of orders from clients in scattered
localities hanjfallen .off in the last few-
lays. Whether from the fact (hat. th.
existing demand has been filled, or
Die dearness of prices has lessene I
i he attraction of stocks or siisnicioti
has been aroused of an element o!'
manipulation in the market which pre
eludes a possible reaction, the de
crease in the buying of slocks Is ob
The task of supporting the market
grows more difficult when the pi le
limiis are placed on buying orders.
The growing difficulty of the task was
maiiilesied today with Indifference
shown to i lie striking advances in a
number of stocks I hat have been the
most Influential leaders of the market
sentiment, for months past. The rise
in Southern Paci'lie to above 120 es
tablished a new record for that slock,
and I'nion Pacilic, St. Paul and North
ern Paiilic sold at the highest price
of the present year. The feeling ol
distrust gathered force and ended in
a general decline in the latter part of
the day. The motive for the move
ment in Harrimans was supplied b
the reiteration of rumors of a finau
cial plan involving a ''melon cutting,
deiaiis or wnicn were vaguely pic
sented. Northern Pacific was bough I
on the assumption of a deduction
from the price tomorrow of the $1 1.20
extra dividend, which would make the
stock look cheap and would lead to
some recovery of the amount of th
llvidend. With the reactionary ten
dency of prices established theru
grew up a discussion of the possibil
lly of nohie set back in business and
industry from the first pace having
been too rapid. The professional ele
uerif has been watching for a reac
Urn based on technical grounds fo
jys, and their rush to follow the
iioeni, iit helped materially to ex-
end i lii i( action late today.
de By All Deliveries In Wheat
Market Yesterday Corn and
Chicago, Nov. IS. WHEAT. Vow
high record marks for nil deliveries
were established today In the wheat
pit, December selling at. 1 M!, May
lOf'A. The market opened weak at a
let line of VG, and continued
heavy the first half hour. Support
from leading bulls then started
urgent buying by tho shorts whU.li
:irried juices up with a bound. The
sharp advance brought out. realizing
sales, which sent prices back to the
opening elevl. The early weakness
was diie chiefly to the indifference of
foreign grain markets to the bulge
here yesterday, while the heaviness
iat.T in the session was based mainly
on the report that the long-existlna
drouth In southern Argentina had
been broken. The close was utmost
at I he bottom. No. 2 red 0.1T( Km;;
N ) 3 red lOlWlor,; No. 2 hard UllVi
(ilM; No. :l hard lOof 1 ."; Decern
ber opened 1 (':: -?i (T Pt3-?i ; highest
1 ft I ' i ; lowest 1 1)3 '4 ; closing 1 OS ij iff
M3-: May 108U.
(OILS' There was better general
trade, the market developing a
strong undertone niter an easy start,
the dose showing gains of Vato-rk.
The fine weather and the decline in
wheat were largely responsible for
the decline early. flood local buy
ing on the break, free co'ering by
shorts, dry weather and (lie report
of shortage in feed stuffs, and the
slinrp bulge m wheat helped the ad
vauce. No. 3 fii if? ft:!'.; : No .'!
white t;3fli;3i; No. 3 yellow ti,')T(
03'f,; ilieceriiber opened f!i C, '
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALbNESS.
The Falsi lirrm aad It. Reaied? New
Fan. ( NrleBre.
( It 1. the rarest thing in the world fof
a man to be neceiui lly bald, No man
who, hair Is not dead at the roots, need
be bald if he will use NeWbro'a HerpU
clde, the new scalp antiseptic. . Herpl.
clde destroys the germ that cuts the hair
off at the root; and cleans the acalp ot
dandruff and leaves it in a perfectly
heultliy condition. Mr. Mannett, In the
Maryland Block, Butte, Mont., was en.
tlrely bald. In Ipsa than a month Iterpb
clde had removed the enemies of halt
growth, and nature did It. work by cov.
erlng hi. head with thick hair an Inct
lcng, and in six weeks he had a normal
suit of hair, Sold by tending druggists.
8nd 10c. in stamps for sample to The
Herplclde Co.. Detroit Mich-
Two sties 68 centa aao. fl.tf.
Paul O. Bchuh Y Sons, Special Agente
Clara Morris and Husbands.
It Is folly to call the husbands the
head of the house; he Is not, gays
Clara Morris, the famous actress, in
Housekeeper. It is but a courtesy title
at best, time in truth he is but an In
cident iu the home life, while the wife
and mother is its whole exlm
literally the sun of domestic happi
ness rises and sets in the face of tha
wife and mother,
ILLINOIS CENThALrt. ft.
" J j
The Plague, of Egypt.
The plagues which, according to tha
Bible, were brought npon Egypt lor
the king's obstinate refusal to let tbe
Israelites go Into the wilderness to
celebrate a festival were: (1) The
turning of the river. into blood, i'i)
frogs. (31 lice, (4) Hies. (5) murrain,
(Gl boils. (Ti hall. (8) locusts, (91
darkness. ilOl the slaying of the first
, "Whether you believe in praying for
rairi or not," remarked l.'hele Allen
Sparks, "it's a thundering sight better
if you don't mind my. put I lug i t in
thai way than scolding Providence
becalms you dou'r get it."
el ok in sf
highest i:3ni; lowest.
f,3y ffi3 '4 ; May fi3.
OATS A strong market dovelope I
early and prices made gains of fi 't
but they reacted at the last on the
selling of December and May by cash
houses and in sympathy with wheat,
and the close was at losses of Va
except July which was unchanged.
No. 2 white !()', f.Ti 51 ; No. 3 484j;
IS li; No. ;; white 4fti5o6: standard
5!4; December opened 40; high
est -i;m.'s: lowest 4!"; closing 4!t;?
4f"4; May 51'.;.
NEW YORK MONEY.
New York, Nov. is. Monev on call
easy, l,,i'ii2 per cent, closing bill V,i.
Time loans softer with less demand
and more concessions; t,0 davs 3 to
3'; !M days 4Vj to :i ; six mouths
334. .Mercantile paper 4iH per
cent. Exchange steady, demand $ 1 .85
05; sixty days $ I.S3.S5.Tt 95. Itar sl
Chicago, .Vov. IS.
car loads represent
the day's move
, .. 8S
Minneapolis. Nov. IS. WHEAT.
December 101't,; May MUrT',;; cash
No. 1 northern M7'4 107',i ; No. 2
not thorn 10514 ft 105 li.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Am. Sugar . .
II. and O
NEW YORK GRAIN. "
New York. Nov. IS. WHEAT Re-
i.'ts I4S.00,); exports 733.1100; spot
easy; No. 2 red 1 1 1 fr 1 1 2 elev nror
and 1127 I'.o.b. afloat. Options closed
easy at UTi net decline. Decem
n. it. T 5 I'i .";
C. and N. W 172 173
C. M. and St. P 1 IS'2 1 1f'i
Colo. F. and 1 3H- M
D. anl R. f! 33-4 33T4
Do. Pfd 77 7i-
fit. Nor. Pfd 130'. HO7;
Illinois Central 117 1IS'.
Inter Mets 141,
Do. Pfd ?.iK 35;
L. and N nsu,
Mo. Pac f,2 ''4 ('.
.M. K. ii'id T 35 3r,'i
N. Y. (' 1I5' IH; -,
Nor. Pac 15f, l.-,i','4
Pac. Mail 31 4 . 32
Penn 120 1.1'K
People'K (Jas HSiii 10p4
Realing lL'.S", llo".
!.' ; spot steady;
vi'tor and ,3 f.o. b.
71 (levator and 7:
new VI elevator
hfloat. Options clos
higher. December 72'..
OATS ReceiptH flfl.fMM);
iiOO; spot steady; mixed
white 53 'i ft 50: clipped
No. 2 Old 70 ele
afloat; Vo. 2 new
f.o.b. afloat; No.
an.l 7 Hi f.o.b.
1 Uf.i'.i nst
53',ifi5l: white r,.-,i:.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander,
ks. In the County Court. ,
In matter of Samuel Staats Taylor
aud Edwin Parsons, Trustees of th
Citiro Trust Property, Thomas W.
Halllday, Richard Fitzgerald aud
Petition for formation of a Drain
age District to be called Cairo Drain
In re Petition of Commissioners
for Fifth Assessment.
To AH Persons Interested:
Notice ia hereby given that the
Commissioners of said Drainage DiB
diet on the 2Sth day ot October A. D
1908, presented to said Coitnty Court
their petition showing want of suffi
cient funds to maintain ami Operate
pumping plants, together with neces
sary repairs of drains, ditches and
levees and for maintenance of sabt
District and doing of certain work
mentioned in said Petition and pray
lug for a Fifth Assessment for the
maintaining and operating pumping
plants, together with the necessary-
repairs of drains, uticnes and levees
and for maintenance of said District
anl doing of said work, and tliereup
on by order or said court said Peti
tion was filed in said Court and the
time set for hearing of same was and
is Saturday, the 21st day of Novem-
er A. I). 1908, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. ni., or as soon thereafter as the
Court can hear the same.
JESSE E. MILLER,
Clerk of the County Court.
Gilbert & Gilbert, Attorneys.
Columbia!, Albany nd W.ycron, In con
nection with 1 lie Central of Georgia Ry. aud
the Atlantic l oant I.Iiib, on and after Oct
ober IHth from Chicago, a
THROUQH SLEtPINQ OAR
will be run from
Chicago to Jacksonville
via the above route, leaving Chicago dally at
7 p. iu., on the sleeping car Miction (coach
section cousultdated with sleeping car section
at L-arbondale, leaving Chicago at 0:u0 u. m.l
of the Limited tralu for the Mouth, arriving
at Klrmlngham 3:15 p.m. neat day and a
Jacksonville at 7:,j0 the second mornlnir.
llurTet-I.lurary car out of Chicago and
Dining Cars Serving all Meals EnRoute
rurect connections at Jacksonville for all
points in l-'lorlda and for Steamships for
Cuba and Nassau.
iickeis, renervation, Information, train
time and rates may be had of your local agent
IS. U. HATCH, U. P. A., Chicago, 111.
A. II. HANSON, V. T. M., Chicago, 111.
Mammoth Beets of New Mexlca.
r rom Mora comes a glory of sugar
oeets more than two feet long and
weighing only a trifle less than 12
pounds, ihere are suld to, be two of
these .monster tubers there, and It is
claimed they were grown on the farm
of a native who lives several miles up
tne valley from the town of Mora. It
is the intention of the Mora county
grange to send these monster beets
to the irrigation congress. Las Vegas
SPECIAL RATES TO
On Account of Annual Sleeting of
GRAND LODGE 1.0. 0.F.
Tickets will ;be sold fo Spring.
Held and return for $6.45. :
Dates of sale, Nov. 15th to 18IU
Inclusive, good returning until and including
for any othe Information, atinlr to iim.
aols Central Ticket office.
Ticket Aient r.ir mi
H. fl. Hatch, A. 11. If ancos.
i. P. A. p.T. Kf,
Soma On. Will Fall.
An excavation in the street may
not be ix temptation, yet some persou
will hurry along and fall right Uio u.
, A. magazine wilier says: "Nlaa OUR BEER
thousand young women have gone on
the stage in search of admiration aad
have passed into oblivion." That's
calling Pittsburg a pretty hard name
win matt i
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Rock Island . .
nion Pac. . . .
. S. Steel . . .
Do. pfd. ...
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago. Nov. H. CATTLE.-Re
ceipts 22,nn: stendv; steers 400fi
i UK cows mill heifer -. -.-. I.iiiiv
' ii Vu calves 3'Hff75n; stockeis
!.nd feeders 250f; IS.",.
llOIS-Receipts 35. OH; 1 lOiiL'o
hiclier; choice beavv shipping .Vmfi
Mm hers .,H5f 5!5 ; light mixed
loT .". ; pm-kiiig 505 59ii: ides 4
' .i3.. r
Mli'.hl'-Receipts 2o.ooO; strong
for best to ten lower for imor lot
loep lou-fi r.o.i; lambs 4751 02'1:
yearlings 4.mi'h 55i.
Section of Main Concrete
on Commercial Avenue.
... 49 '4
. . 25
. . 15
ST. LOUIS CATTLE.
St. Ixuis. Nov. 10 CATTLE - Re
'eipts (mil; .,r 1( lower: beef steer
7' T 77o; t-to kers anl fee.lers 275ff
43 cows and heifers ?.M'i 0'-1
T(as steers 27'"l'!i025.
1 KM":S Receipts 9ift; stea v to
flee loer: ranf.l 4?50 ..'to
Refunding 2's r-t .A?.2 P'3'4
Refunding 2's con ..1"4 1 o
Registered 3's 1"0
Couixiii 3's li"i !"Vi
New 4 re U'o', 12"1,
N'e 4's -otion 121 121
Bewar. of Mind Wobbling.
To a certain degree we are the
inaKters of our fat" and the canfain.
of our souls as the po-i .ava. I'j
strong win aDj fidelity to Ideal, we
can rise .interior in fli.nni.i.iu..
Tbe trouble in that manv aaite tin a
In letting their minds wobble Ot
oer th undet Med habit of mind wo-
HITTER-Firm: rn-anwr IKi31.
CHEESE Firm and mn hanged.
Ef'KiS Firm and unchanged.
COFFEE- Option ( lol steal;
net fye jwi1nl lomer tn file jK-iint
higher. Sab. f;l,75n haps. fv-c. r,r,;
quit. No. 7. Rio 7; mil l dull
Cordova $ fi 4.
St'GAR Raw. steady; fair refinim
J44; cntrifueal " tt 3S3; Dioi.se
ngar 31: refined steadr.
Tt. man in the s'rt 1.vp ni ose
In doubt as to bis love for tbe pi ure
p?e. r.ven the few t'tii r'TiroriM
old ff hloiied. influential .pr. that
may b tbongfcr fo regfird fif.-t ut as
infra !ig. In th- .trorlal col i mo. are
being convinced that the adtfttl.'.nc
njen know. rber e.lne Prwf ss La
Tie Cairo BuTletm la tha only Cal
rsir with tba senic cf lb Aaso-
His Busy Day.
On. Winfield SSiott. on August 20.
1147, gained fire victories la a day
labiie n-ar(t!eg to tbe City ,-,f Meiko.
-To'.edo New. He.
Public notice is hereby given thai
until two (2i o'clock p. to.. Mondav
ufiernoon, November 23, lllox, (it the
office of l-ansdeii & ltnsden, No. l.l I
Commercial avenue, Cairo, lilinoir,
sealed bids will be received by the
Hoard of Ixal Improvements of th
City of Cairo for the lowering of all
that part of the main concrete sewer
on Commercial avenue, beginning at
a point thirty (3o feet north of the
youth line of Thirtieth street arid end
Ing at a point one hundred anil forty
seven (147i feet north of the north
line of Thirty First street, the lower
ing to be for the disiance of twenty
four (III Inches at the northerly end
of the section to be lowered and the
said di.-tance to gradually diminish
back lo the southerly end of the sail
section where rhe sail M-cr is laid
at its proper grade or let el. Ridder
ill ! required to submit with their
bids tbeir respective plans for doinn
the work for the consideration of th -Hoard
but w ill not be bound to folio
'heir said plans should it apwar nee
e-sary or ptoiwr. in the prosecution
of the work to vary more or le- from
the same; and the bidder whoso M.t
shall be accepted wilt Ik required to
enter into a contract i'h the ritv fo.
he doing of the work in a good ail
substantial manner and for so phx ine
snd restoring Hie said section tha
the saill" shall serve ail 'tie jiti-f.ee
of a iii.iin concrete . tn-r the satn-
as if ir bad ten (-!!' ructed. In the
first place, in Mriit c nfo-miiy m
'tie terms of the o: tj'iame j.roil linK
for 'he ons' nti.i iri of the nmin se
er; and sail iccc-f'il bidder will b
r--niire, to .-titer fi.to a lond. pMyahl
to the Cj'y of Cai'-o. in th" sum of
T ri'y live urn,. ire I S)! ar
roririore d fur the fai-r.fil j -form
anee of tie work arcording to ih
terms and reqi:renent. of the a-d
contract and lh sail or-licncc.
Presidert Ho.fl of !nal lmprov
n.eut. of th Citr of 4'airo. I Mi sola
Attest; ERNEST NORDMAN.
r Serrtt.rr. ..Pr-r.t
ILLINOIS CEMTRAL R.R.
- Winter Tourists Tickets.
Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and
Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re
turn IS . It
Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re
turn 15. SI
Cairo to McComb, Miss., and re
turn 18. SM
Cairo to Hammond, La., and re
turn 20. Of-1
Cairo to New Orleans, La., aud
return 21. 5f
Also to tourist points In Florida,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and
New Mexico. Tickets sold daily tin
til April 30th, good reliirning mini
May 31st, lHOft.
J. H. JONES,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. III.
A. II. HANSON,
Passenger Traffic Manajer.
S. 0. HATCH,
General Passenger Agent.
a iu tk hfa
- " -.-" iim .1 in.. It la i.tlrtlf
weolwom. feeeaaa. It la ABSOLOTBuVt f C
Mxpas.ta spared la th. browing af lata
Hrloiw. prlds earaelTM oa alvla. . a
t aat cannot S iaalla4 Id, ii.".
t it. sad Uoreaafe auity,
CAIRO BREWINQ CO.
THE BIG STORE
HOO-2 WAIHINGTON AVENUE
Csafara In Everything that la gootf to
Eat, Use and Wear. Exclusive Aganta
for tLANKE't Cslsbrated Coffsa. ...
Corrected to October 18th, 1908.
THE PAST MAIL ROUTE
Trains Leave Cairo:
1:05 a. m. Dally Chicago Vestibule
Limited, arriving Chicago 11:30 a. m
2:23 a. m.. Dally St. Louis Night
Limited, arriving St. Louis 7:08 a. m.
Sleep! i(5 car open at 8:30 p. m.
S:00 t. m Chicago Dally Kxprees
5:00 a. m., St. Iuls Moral r.
k'ress. except Sunday.
It: 15 a. m, Pt Louis Faat Mall
11:15 a. ., Chicago Mid day Special
2:35 p. .n. Dally St Loula Limited.
2:35 p m Afternoon Express for
Odin. Effingham, Mattoon, CbamcaJm
5:10 p .m, Thebes Accommodation.
7:15 p. Chicago and Eastern fcr
2:30 a. m., Memphis and Nashville.
3:30 a. m., Memphis and Near Or
6:00 a. m Padurah and LouIsvUle.
1:41 p. mM Dally Memphis and New
i. Dally NasbTirja, Cbatta
Paducah and Loulstllle.
Memphis aad Naw Or
Cammsrelal Avanua in. Eighth Itraal
E. A. Buder Praaf dsnl
Chaa. F.ucht.r Vlea-Praal4aif
H. Gatllgan Csehler
Frank Bpanear Asalatanl Caahlaa
Aeeaunts af corporation, and InalvleV
uala .ipeclally aollclUd. Exchanaa
furnl.h.d ta any part of tha wrlL
v CAIRO, ILLINOIS
A BAVIN QB BANK
aftar f nar
1:41 p. i
4:30 p. m,
1:00 p. m,
ror i ii rou sn iirseis, steeping car
accommodations and further Informa
Hon apply at Illlnola Central Paa.en
cer Station. Cair o I!L
J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent
I. A. MATCH, O. P. A.
A. H. MAN BON. . Trfl. umr.
MOBILE & OHIO R. R
Corrected ta October 11th, lac.
Tlma of Tralna at
Espre.a d ly, Iy.
Eapre. da ly,
Expre.s ataify. Iv
Exprea. da ty, I..,
4. M. JOME. TicfcotVraert
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID RACKET
Leave. C r at 19 In. every Un4r
W.aVeadsjr od Fr tfay; New ataW
at a. m. eve-y ToeWtT, T-My
E. A. Bud.r...... Rra.ld.nl
C O. Ratlar Vlco-Pra.id.nl
J. H. Qalllgan Ca.hlor
Frank Speneor Assistant Caahlo
E. A. Bufar J, H. ftalllgaaj
Tboa. Boyd C. a Pattoe
Wn, Klago . C V. Noff
Chaa. Pawcftoe N, Bk TnlatlswaB
0. S. Lanaatoai
Worga f araoaa
Irrl.raet PalO m Tlmo DOOOefts,
Cairo City Transfer Una
Saeeeasor to Rtoltt A Walt. re .M
J. M. KIERCE. Prop.
All kino, of Hauling Dene Pram at ry.
Both Phonoo ICS
1111 Washington Avo, Cairo, Illlnola.
Lee Line Steamers
Roe Mefpn'o atd Way LanTnga
Retera Lee .Wednesday, N. 1B.
Sad e Lee Friday, fee. 20. 5 "i
Stacker Lee . . twdy. Nov. 21. a n
Roe St Loo'a ad Way Land nf.
Scer Lee iede4y. N.. tt. a
Retera Lee g.day, Nsv. 7Z, am
Rar Fr'M od Paoaogo app'y al
Hatndty A Pfcmtpo WsartWa Cairo.
RCBERTE.LEE, C BCLRM.
Goorj M.fi.gr XL P. A P. A,
Qoeonai C-feo 4 Saerth RroM ti-
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