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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1909. IS 3 WANT' ADS IN THH CAIRO jBtilBTIPl A SI US READ EVERY MORN !NO IN S2 0 00 FAMILIES. Tt ft '51 ST SSI The Wa.it Cnlnrans ? the Bulletin are consulted by handrels ol puple evtfty mornlag lu search of -eal estate Urgulua, artlclea for file, lost or fotmd, lit natlons wanted and vacant. i9 23 r Three Insertions, per word .02 i FJKsk ne Week, per word .... .05 One Monlh, per word 15 No ndvevtisement Inserted lor less than 25c. 3 -5 ? 'Q O K O O 95 4! i THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rates For Classified Notices. Onii Insertion, jut word 01 Three insertions, per word 02K Ono week, ier word 5 One morrih, per word 15 No advertisement inserted for less than twenty live cents. FOR RENT. KOR KENT Furnished front roo-n In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or niaa and wile, 821 Twentv second street. TO LET Hoom and board for hus band and wlf. 310 Seventh street. No children. FOH RENT Two nicely furnished rooms with ooard, steam heat, elec tric lights and bath. Apply 901 Wal nut street. " ROOM For light housekeeping. 2.50 per week. 1305 Poplar street. FOR RENT -Good business plae at 1311 Washington avenuo Is for rent, store room 25x8(1. Also cottage at 111 Fourteenth street, all modern conveniences. Apply to John Botir fcois. ""FOR RENT Five room house with bath; WnshlnsUm and Twenty-fifth street. J. J. Mackie 31101 Elm street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms suit able for Iteht housekeeping. Apply 217 Seventh street . FOR RENT C.round floor and basement of 603 Ohio street. Apply on premises. FOR RENT Five room cottage, l;;.-cmeiit, all modern conveniences. Thiitietli street, near Elm. Waiter I)( ic.e! 3UII1 Elm. FOR RENT Two separate office! rooms at ill.! Ohio stret. Apply Hul-j li,!.:.v Estate office. j FOR SALE. j FOR SALE Ash stove wood. Dell j Phone CSS. j FOR SALE Restaurant at Mound.-. Apply at this office for informal ion. FOR SALE--Modem Ice plant wbh cuid sierage ill connection. Allen llileinan. Anna. III. FOR SI.E Two milk cows, ln (pdre 3ul5 Sycamore streit. FOR SALE Hickory lland'e l-'ac-tit;., culapleteiA eip'di'ed doing good ; I i" mess. Excellent opportunity for i:. stun lit. (Iooil reasi ns for sale. S. C Cook Est., I'llin. 111. j GENERAL CHURCH NOTE3. Rev. Pelt r Dm hang, . a Catholic Chinese mis -donat y, has been con ducting s-r vices in Chi ago. Special evr.iicelistlc work will be line all of this summer among thf Finns, Swedes and Spaniards in New Yoik. The court of appeals in England by decide ! tli.it f hurchyatds may be taxed for the benefit of the poor. The natl.-nal b rird of church ex tension of the Chit-'ian church Is tiling to taise ll.i-M'i, o0 by the end cf next jar. The Norwegian Lutheran Free rb'irch Is i'( li;i to raise an endow ment of f I'hi.oiO lor Augsburg Sem inaiy, at MinncaiKilis. An h deacon Moi-.le 'if the Episcopal fhun h has be. n working 47 years in ( i.'i.a. aii.l td tnh more ho;H-fu!ly now tt'i.li ever of tl.e pn f; i ctF. T n-w buil lir," of the Wesleyan East Mission in London cover atid thr.- tomtl s actes, anl are -hi- r. ?u't of .1 j ears' ! tk. Tho Ch,::.b 1:' Brigade of the Hi isii lsl- las 1.1 &0 co:r.ranies. bile the fdonie fmni.-h 1"7 n-ore. Iji..., b, ing oer i"'.',0(9 members. Th fr?t r.ayni'nt has been made en te thiee and n half acre tra..t rf lar.J ia l!a:im-; hich is to be the si'e for the Ki icopal catbelral in that city. Tlie mb wr vacation wotK r-l tnej a . i I!ldfj.fcl City Xii-'- n In P''"n co-'.s . :ul : u', b'i-g !--ot-1 i-olly to, Me ,-are of o: a ad ciiiirtn who! ft 8 3 FOR SALE OR LEASE. KOIt SAL 13, LB A SB. Oil KENT Two story brick bnllilinR with base ment, DOli Ohio street. Thos. W. Can non. FOUND. FOUNT) Pocket book containing diamond rln.n and a sum of money. Owner can have same by describing property. Apply this office. LOST. LOST P.rown water spaniel pup with white breast. Return to 330 Fifth street and receive reward. LOST Hlack and white bull doe. Answers to name of Sport. Reward if h turned to VO'J Washington ave nue. LOST Locket. and large chain. Locket engraved on inside of case "Nan Itrnce Weareii." Return to this office and receive reward. No (pies lions asked. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FOR 1. S. ARMY Able bodied unmarried men between ages if 18 and 35; citizens of United t Sates, of good character and temper at a habits, who can speak, read and write English. For information ap ply to Recruiting Officer, 411 Ohio St., Cairo, Illinois. MISCELLANEOUS. PURE, fresh milk, H full quarts for $1. 'Maddon's Grocery, 332 Fourth street. Home Phone 704. WANTED To" trader Improved farm near .Mounds for Cairo prop er;: y. Wyutt Ualliday, Villa Ridge, III. Maish Milk Sweet cream. Depot. Sweet milk. Home Phone 177 L. SITUATIONS WANTED Advertisements of not, exceeding three lines will be accepted free for one week's time from any- reader of Vim Bulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Pullelin Company, 703 Onio street. The IliiHetiii Company assumes no responsibility for any ad vcrtisoineit or statement made there in and will not accept under this heading the notice of any person known, to be employed. WANTED Position as nurse In confinement cas Apply 1110 Cedar :-l l e t. KITCATION WANTED Mouse. I;iepi r or care of children by reliable elderly whit" woman. Address Mrs. Ki Hoy. 2M4 Commercial avenue. 1 , illll'"e!l.' CVI.lClSIIl II. T If good tiling in a shower of sentiment, but he is a fool who l ops it up when (lie sun is shining Lcndoa Saturday Journal. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY. IW give other people the privilege of being vain about something; tt is a baimloss safety valve. Telling the whole truth is not com pulsory when it wives only to wouud. M. Louis Globe D mocrat. It is most (Pscouracing to notice that bad luk often fails jiei sistently on people who di n't deserve it. Mi'licns of words have heen written to' drive a ay w.vrry, though nothing Is worth much but for getfulnew. Ins-cad of eeping silent In ordr to gain a n pnta'ion for isd im. why not kep on saytr.e pica-nni inuigs 'and gt a repuiu'ion for kii.daess? FCOL'S CAP IDEAS. A small pin nay li k a bi? balloon to a frazzle. I'd ra her t-e a mus oculist thaa his chiinj'Odiat. There are a'uays six Tioii arnon? s vcd ise men. The fel'.ow (hat's alaay, rieht l ceaeial y n i,g. You can't judgs a d -g's hurt by tte size of Ms he,:, r. . i .1 - r m, r.i.'.n to boast f h . o.- " ti racial .-. .. Tl ' is a to Ere U cook i i z Stocks Bonds Cereals - i STOCKS ARE FIRM Desultory Trading by Professionals Made Up Large Part of Yes terday's Market, N'. w York. ,lan. 15. iLiesultory trad- in;: by professional operators made up a great part of the stock market today, which did not differ much in that respect from the previous days t.hi.-i wee. Professional traders talked much of the -size of the short interest in the market, an dbelief i.i its un wieldy proportions had as much to do with the caution of the bear ele- nient ami the linn tendency as did any happening of favorable purport to values. The rise !n the price of a number of individual stocks was dire to special causes and their strength hud some syn.pat liet ic effect, in. retaining other sticks. The movement of of the general list was languid and itiiliffer- . nt. in spite of the ..wide movements ill special stocks. The demand was not. sufficiently aggressive to prom ise an effective upward movement, and the dependent's on the uncovered short interest in the estimates of an advance in the price of print cloths was welcomed as a posilde index of some commercial improvement. but this was rather more than offset by .U'olhei recession in the price of cop per at. the New York .Metal Ex change. Mocks of copper arj snM to be ac cumulating. .Metal industrials, in consi ipu-nce, were rather heavy, in cluding I'nited Stales steel, nlthfmgh it (iid share in an occasional upward movement. The feature of the day's money , market was the loaning of a round I amount for 3il days at: 1 1 per cent, a rate ( oi.siderably below the prevailing loan rate and arguing the expecta tion, therefore, of lower money rales Estimates of the week's currency ine iiu nt show that cash is con- E. oits for the week from ' Argent ina tiiiuii'g to flow into XV w York banks were officiallv placed at 1.5!2.U'n in large amounts. bushels, which, was half a million The iimncial world as a whole bushels more than estimated yester avaits with niueli interest the el- day, while the total from Australia lints to follow the issvo of the litis- was Riven at, l.SS i.nen bushels. As sian loan in Paris next week. The this was the iirst heavy movement I aids demand lor gold continues up iron: either of these countries from in present, sterling exchange and the tl.e pn sent season's ciop the ffeet disrnt'.iit rate advancing there today n th" market here whs decidedly in spile of til faction of the Bank of la aii.-h. Poor support by bull leaders Fcglan.i ie advancing the official d's-'also i ontributed to the weakness couiit i air yeslcrday. j "1" !i" i scio was I'WI's lower. No. 2 T.. i. is -n uud( ri i.rrent of uu- red luii'f P7"., ; No. " re I lot".,'!'! n ;m ; s ia the fiaaii:.lal world lest lt'7. X. 2 hard lo:yo In,',; No. 3 hard tee l!i s.d.;:i ' !-i,i!l Issve shall not pltt Ml 'Ml. -day opened pill".'?! i"('e"h ; ,in eld to lie'"- policy o." iiccumuiation highest l'i;rs; lowest 1i.". V; (dosinu el the part ( f Fr--ii(di hank, in which I Me've Me t ; July 'i;''ii i't; , event it would bo (included that some ii tt i rier motive exists which may dude a political upheaval in the in ar ntlrre. NEW YORK MONEY. New Yolk. Jan. 15.-Money ( n call y l-j 'ri per cent, closing bid I "4. 1 Timi loans steady and fairly act ive, I dxty days 2'-j rn 2:l, per cent; him ty "i" ' i 'i (.1 : No. 3 yellow 5Sl,'i5s'.; la's ; ''1 :i percent; six months IlViNo. t 57'., ' 57 a ; May oj ne.i ,:1 '4 ; !',. Mercantile paper '. ' 1 per liigiu.-t ,,1',; low. st C n; c!i sii.v er.t. Exchange steady, demand 4 ST.- (e; sixty days ISI.iiicr ls5. Par silver PROVISIONS. 1:1 TTI--I! - sicnlv ..in, 1 iiiH'loiiii!'. .1. . EGGS -Firm and unchaimoi. ( HEESE -Firm, ranged 2y--ri I51, . COFFEE-Options closed steady in tel..' but net urn hanued to M points higher. Sal.-.-, ;;3,75 bags. March 5:i5; spot steady; No. 7 Rio 7'; mild sti.dv Coidova .'1'f; 12!j. Sl'GAR-Raw ipiiet; fair letiniiig 12;',; lit 1 ilnr.il !n; t st 273; iiinlies ? 11-ar 2!'S; lefined steady. NEW YORK STOCKS. N vv A'ork. Jan. 1 5 Today Ytsleid .y Clos Amah Copper va Am. Si.gr lift: 127'. Clos So' 1-S !'S l i! .t hi-on ... , Do. PI 1. ... II. and O P. R. T .... n.', . .11 11 ...111 ... cs' . . ,.i7; . . .1 IV i-i ... M ... " ... 7:.'i . ...112', ...ltl"-, ... r.'.i ... 15'-, ...12!'. ... r;2 ... 42 . . . 1 3f .... 3I'4 .. ..15J'., . . ..1"! 1 .... 21'. i ' r 11". ;s'-j 1 7 1 ' ". 1lv M C. ; rid N. W. . C. .Ai. a el St. I '( hi F. and I. D :mi1 K. G. . . ! Pld 7, 7:e-, 1 12- 1 t 'i 1 1 42". 121'. !.'. Gt N 11 Id . . Illinois eCtit'nl Inter. M-ts. ... Do. Pfl. .. L. and N. ... Mo. Pac. . . . M I. and T . N. Y. (' Nor. Par. ... Par- Mail ... p en !. i)i. s Gas 1( ad!';E f.'-tV I-,, n I I )". Pel. .. S. t Pac .. .. 1 -2' j 1"3 21 1 ' 11 2V i:,:, 51 I 1!:". 17, 4-'. r-'i I : ; n Fa- I ". S S" i De I'M Wi-i.-.sh 1" f . V. s-' : n t i.i '-'ii 51'. .;r: . i . 4'-. '. GOVERNMENT BONDS. F. fireii-T ;' r e. ..?" 1 - '; W.s "-, 11 1 '3 P.. ti-f I -1 5 s 1 1 Cot; I ' n r.'s 1 1 1" ' Nfv Fs r-oi 1!'' W'1! Nfw l' cvnpon . 12 it DUN'S WEEKLY PEVIEW. ."- Y.-rk. Jjn. 15 Trade darns ported pioirresu. New undertaking aiv ncouraged by a mor. seiile.l poIVy n gardiiig the large imam i n and industrial ailairs and amp.e funds are available. Leading indus tries gradually iiicn a-.o the woiking forces and outpvf and while in iiu st lines both continue below normal, the gains established in the closing months of last, year are fully main tained. lMsnpiiontmont is manifest in the iron and steel markets, the de- iiaand lacking snap and reipiiremi nls I coming out in a Hesitating way, I Some weakness is noted In pig iron (iooil inquiries are received from pipi mills and one lar'je block is u.id.r negotiation. Business in rails ecu til lies very quiet. Wire products .show the nearest approach t normal activity. A slow ami weaker mnrk t for coke followed the increased pro .diution, and smaller shipments have resulted in larger stocks. Perceptible I improvement appears in the primar.v inn'kets for cotton goods, and pi ices ;:ie held much more firmly. Til' ! event of the week in the woolen nni: i kct alis been the opening of staple j worsteds by a leading producer, with in ices showing an upward tendency. RANK CLEARINGS. New York. Jan. 15. Total bank clearings compiled by Ilradst reels fo; the principal cities in the I'nited States the past week. $:l,::S".,.ia;:.HH. against, $2.731. 1-T.'h'it in the eorie s on, ling week last year. WHEAT IS WES Because of Bearish Developments and Other Grains Followed Suit, Closing Cown. Chicago. Jan. ! . Wl i E.vT. Lib eral shipments lrim Amtralia and Argentina inspired Ir.e selling resu.t- ing in a weak mark t the entire day. ( OltN -- i lea vy sales by a lea 111. g p-e-ilout. caun1'! v .-akm-ss. The likeiiiiood that icceipls lu re tomorrow and next v. iek vm'II be much more liberal also i.lspiied free silling for sln.it a c-.ulit whi( h heljied to weaken prices. Com mission hoi m s took most cf the of lei nigs. I he close was ewak. at tie hi U0111. .o. 3 ! 5S ' , ; No. : whit M' 's ' '! ; luiy CI ' I V OATS The ueekii'ss in vv In at end corn was res;. on; able in a large mea -aie for t!it moderate declines in tl.e uriei- of oat i. Sentiment was beat is-h a'l av. I.e. a! holders were tin ,(hif sell, is and the demand calm j mi.'hly H ommb-slin houses. Th" j-! s was n,y, r,y '"" 1""' r- N"- :; v hite '.r-t :. ; standard ."0 . fr .". 1 . May '-I eiod 5 1 hi-ihest s,:: lowest . 51 ' - 51 ' , ; i-lntini.' 51'4; July RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chic.i.o. Jen. 15.- The ,,;,, i;,c ar i,a,i:- e lie,, hi the day's eiiive .1 . t.-; t:oio 27 .1 v i ;i S " : 11 27'i 3 ( I ' t s . .171 :: I ", MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Van,, .lp.i'ns. Jan. 15.-ViET. , 'May 1"7 1"7 ; July 1"7''. ' I"7:' I C;:-h No. noMleiti "S; No. 111. Ml:.-' P'l-.t, p-i-,. NEW YORK GRAIN. V v. Y. ik Jan 15 WIIEVT.-R c Iris 17.. .-rpoit-t 52, : ; p"1 1 . ; . s- : No. 2 r ! 1".'.It7 eb vator and ' 1"N f , o ' ' n''-iat. Oiti',n c'r e i l'.( ' ft 'o'w-r. May 1 j ' IKS' I!- ( ! t -- II -".11: CM "T - Hi'"; ( st. . ! ; No. 2. H Ivrti ? ar--' :.i2 f o !., r.Po.t: Nc ml it,, lain ei.il ; No 2 yeiow ;..' , f I ! jo. .. .-,"0,-1;. O: t ec 1-' ". . v '2 lel'.j n TS -P'-i :l Hi'; t "' --t o.-a !v; n r, ;;,'?(. n;e-l 51 r, ' t , 1 ),:" :.. '2c 2 !,;t- 5 I r'i 5 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. e . .1 ,:, 15 C TTI.E L s : .. ... V -1 15 !-.:: ( ., mi. 1 r V'- s 57". i I I" "4 :;) -v. ,).' s :. '! .1 ; , v. an-; 1" - " H'; ' '- " : 5 a 1 r: .hi- I - ... v s ,- re; 1: ' I ,(-..- i '.. 5 ' -1 1 ;-. - 5i.5- -5. t-t. ;. a,'.,....... ; eie " , ;'. : i" m: -1 a ia- t f." S" LOU13 CATTLE. ;-t - .1." 15 r .TT!.n - P." !. t "re-': fa !; T' ' : c 51 'tO: T ' ' ' 5j ": . Iior.s R.cii( 1 7 c''. ?"'t; Possibilities of a Moment. We cannot speak a loyal word and ho meanly silent; we cannot kill and not. kill la the same moment; but a moment is room wide eiionrh for the loyal nnd meaa deslr". for the out lash of ii murderous thought and the sharp backward stroke of repentance. (leorge Eliot. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sewers: Thirty-Fourth Street Sewer District, Public notice is hereby given that until ten o'clock a. m. Wednesday, January 2, A. D. 1!')!, at. the C'i'y Council Chamber of the City of Cairo, Illinois, No. 1111 Commercial Avenue the Board of Local Improvements of the City of Cairo will receive itemized sealed bids or proposals for the con slruction of vllrllied tile pipe sewers, house connections and Inlets and brick manholes in Thirty-Fourth and West. Th.rt.v-Fourth Streets, Thirty Fifth and West Thirty-Fifth Streets. Thirty-Sixth and West Thirty Six! ii Streets, Sycamore Street, Elm Street, Washingion Avenue and Highland Avenue, in the City of Cairo, undet Ordinance No. 17U, approved Septem ber 2, 1 DOS. which said ordinance pro vides for ami establishes a sewer dis trict named and called therein the Thirty-fourth Street Sewer District, the boundaries whereof are given In the said ordinance. The said sewers, house connections and inlets and brick manholes are to be constructed and made in accord ante with the terms and provisions of the said ordinance, now of record in the (dTice of the City Clerli of the said City, at. No. 1111 Commercial Avenue aforesaid, where printed cop ies of the said ordinance may be ob t aincd on application to the said Cha-k; and in the office of the City Engineer of the said City, in the sasl building, the specifications of and for the said work will be found and may be there examined. The said loci! improvement as a whole and in all it parts is fully described in the sail ordinance and bids must be for the const ruction of the improvement as a whole and in strict conformity to its terms and provisions. 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 his official capacity, and certified by a responsible hank for an amount equal to ten per centum of the amount of the bid or proposal, and wit limit such cash or check no bid or proposal will be considered. The bids may" be delivered to the Board at. the time ami place llrsi above mentioned at the said City Council chamber, No. 1111 Commer cial Avenue aforesaid; and at. the said lime ami place the said Board, in open session, will open, examine nnd pub liely declare the said bids or pro posals. Tlie contractor whose bid may lie aeeepied shall enter into a contra' t with the said City of Cairo for the construction of the said Improvement in strict accordance villi I he terms and requirements of (he said ordi nance and shall also enter into a bond payable to the said City of Cairo ia the sum of lifly per centum of the amount of Ids bid, with security 1o be approved by the said Hoard, condi ilom d for the faiihfnl performance, in all 11 s;,i( ls, f his said contract an I f,,r holding the city harmless, etc; and he shall bind hims, If, in his said contract and bond, to guarantee lis said work for the period of two years from and after the acceptance of the -am.' by the said Boa', I and its con tinua'i.ei by 1 he court. The contractor to whom the con tract for the construction of the im liovencn! is awarded and who shall do the work will be paid in bond; ef tin- city bearing in'eiest at the ra e of five P'T centum from tie Ir respec tive dales. Planks lor bids or propos als will ! furnished on application to 'h" said City Engineer at hH off 1 " atop said. The Board reserves the 1 ichi to reject any and nil hi N. GEORGE PARSONS. ! -! . s i.l.-rit of th" Board "f Iiral Im proveno his of th" City (,f Cairo, Illi nois. tt.-st: ERNEST NORDMAN. S"( ri tary. NOTICE. Sea'ed Proposals for the Removal of Garbage for the Year 1900. Cairo. I.!.. J 111. Cth. P'"-S.-ili , j'l-o; 1 a 1 ir.-s-.-.I 'o ti c ft v (diiiKil ( f I'"' irv f Cal'o. i:ii nej,. i:l be I.e. nt tt-" oflicl of (', t It y fl'tk ep to 7 30 o'clock .. r... Tii'-lie J.-muaiv t'e l'"h j .. .f. f.,r tie r t:.-vai -f all ciriiar' ' tie city- .pjrinc ti-p yar of I'.": T' " pntb.is' . .e'-'i-t tie nil !' ,d f-i;;?s. v r-1 .!-' a'el 1 t'l.'-n ..,;.. an! .: .el atieeaN fn.rn in f ! t - ' -,' r.-il' n . a-i I f fni th '((-(' ,' t ' " t ity of ".-:: a feay b .;; - .t. 1 1 ,- th- ( .'; '.aT, if ri'i 1 Poa -1 i -:.. ; .. .le.tra. t--r ;'! -- r-.'i'r. d t , ail t .-! .' T C ?!.' ; .: !e t :' r 1 a f 'lio-A- V r t! " !' ' t.f - f-f .T-'nea-y. F' ... - -. 1 J ( 1 !','.. ' t V i , -, . . Vat. , Ai-'il. f '- ti e- f -1 :. ?.! 1 v 3 t'.v A ii-' s s - t -:-,-' r. (( ', - a-. I y-. :i: -. - . . o. . . T' rr.'vst f f t.. v j (- to 1 .... .;.::-'..(.,-, rf t'.e ! i (' .; t' . i ;'. 1 t t.t ! -s ' " ,., r r,. f-ftn i.'.y ir.l.a' it. d p rte'. .r A !- - ! Ii t:-- ?'!Tt i f Five H .n .;. i :,--. !!.:' r !t rovel ,e .' rv ; . -..-t r -a-h lib Ti i.j cw 11 r'-rt ti r Set j r i ' t anr ml :i I .'. KNE.r NORDMAN. THE REAL TEST Of llcrpl.l.le ! lu filv'.iii; It a Ttior. outU Xr.nl. There In only one test by whl.-H ( Jmlga of tlie 1. tlicii-in v "f any art l.-l. and that is by its aidbiy i" de (ha: wlilcti it Is int.-ri.ieii tu di. Mirny leii; vlK"rs may h,.,k r.lei. and mlc'I niei. but the P 'ii-t i-i-do they era.licate Jut. uiaifT a. nl sl"l, l'.ill.ng li.iir? No, tla-v .I.i not. but H"n'!i,- ibms hr"'ausi II i;..," to tie? ruet of (tie ,-v; nml l.il's 1 1.0 P'-rm i t ati.i te IKipllla from wlicuee ti.a i.atr ia'3 It life. Letters from pru.niiu'tit iMp'i e-or-'V hcr ore 0 ally pr..vlni; that Nowtini': JIerptcl.1-) xt.-iuiii. the "test, it 11 " It Is a i-l, llahtfiil drc-siaif, clear, pur and ft'-'1 fr.iin nil r gn-e... rkiM by '.ciidiic druiri-istH. Send b'c. 11 "itunips for samiilo 10 Tlui lb rpi-Ul j Co Detroit. Mich. r-.vn sizes 50 cents and 1.00. Paul G. Schuh & Sons, Special Agents CHANCERY NOTICE. State of Illinois, Alexander County, ss In the Alexander County Circuit Court, February term, A. P. 190'J. In Chancery Sitting. Miles (1. Axley, Complainant vs. Savanah Axley, Defendant. Bill In Chancery for Divorce. The above named defendant is hereby notified that said complain ant has this day filed In said Court a certain bill in Chancery for Divorce against her arid that Summons has issued thereon returnable on the Hist lay of the next term of said Cocrt. to he holden at the court house In Cairo. Illinois, on the 8th day of February next Cairo, Illinois. Jan. 8th, A. D. 1000. ALFRED FROWN, Clerk. M. J. O'SIIEA. Complainant's Solicitor. NOTICE. State of Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In the County Court, to the Janu ary Term, A. D. PJUO. In tho matter of the estate of Clementine Mcfean, deceased. To tlie dislruhuti es of said estate ml all persons interested therein: You are hereby notified that on the I8th day of January, 1901), the under -signed administrator of said estate .vll! present to the County Court of s;iid Alexander County at Cairo, Illi aids, a liinal report of his acts and do ing as such administrator and ask the court to approve the sajne and to din charge him from any and all further lutles and responsibilities connected A'l th said estate and his adrninlstra, thin thereof. At which time and place you may be present and resist such application. If you choose so to do. J, Ml' RAT GPION, Administrator of the Estate of Clem entine McLean, deacesed. Th Mint lierYMtt Urla-k la lh Vorli in iioni.m it all 0i ('. ,ro,-.iM tn4 Ktia It ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Winter Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Wins., and return $13.1- Cairo to Duraut, Miss., aud re turn 11.1 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., afid re turn ll.H Cairo to McComb, Mis., and re turn 18 Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn 20. Cairo to New Orleans, La., and return 21. Cl Also to Tourist points In Florida Miatitsippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un (11 April 2Hh. good returning; until May 31st, 100!). J. H. JONES, Ticket Aseut, Cairo, 111. A. H. HANSON, Pass-ngcr Traffic Manner. 8. O. HATCH. General Passenger AtenL ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to January 1, 1909. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE TrVne leave Cairc: 1:05 a m. Pai'y Chi' aco Vestibule Llm'ted. errlvinR Chicago 11:30 a. m 2-73 a. m.. Pally St. Lfmt Ntht Un Ited. arrlvin St. liouis 7:0" a. ta. cippplig rar '-en ,t S.IO p. rr. 5:00 Chhuro Dally Jfiprni ci.Tpt Sunday. 5:00 a. m, at. Louie Mora'g aTi- r--s evc"pl S'-cday. 11:15 a. en, EL Irti Faat ValL H:i5 a. Cibco MM d Special 1:25 p. Pai'y St n : U.-nltH. 2:35 p Afternoon Rtrreee tot Oi'n. Kff'rKham. Vattoon. Cnampe-'rn 5:13 p .m, Thbee Act-onitBodetloat 7: 15 a. Cbicero end laetere hi press. 7:30 a. m, Memphis and Naehvil e. 3:30 a. Metrfhle ard New Or ka United. :D0 a. mm Tadaraa aad LonleTille. 1:41 p. m. Dally llemikte ail N Orex,e. 1:41 p. m. Pally NaiTffle, Ctat'a BCffi ecd At'atsta. :30 p. m, rultne AfentB35o4ttoa. 5:5C p. m, ralorah and len'erl'Je :00 p. Motcphla ml New Or r.f Sifls'- for tfc-"')t1i t!cte. eleplB ear acorn mod a Heme aa4 furUier tLfonra tlon at ply at IPK!e Cectrml Peas Cr Eudoa. Ca!ro th J. H. JONES, Tleket AtM. C A. HATCH, G. P. A. SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1100-1 WASHINGTON AVENUE Dtahtra In Everything that Is f4 to Eat, Use and Wear. Exclusive Agent fef KLANKE'I Celebrated Ceffee. Alexander County National Bank Cemmeretaf Avenue ane" tlthtn S.reef CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Caeltal . . . . . . . . . . I100,INM Sureliia ...,. IM,Mf OFFICERS " - " E. A. Sutler PreeHeM Chai. Feuchter Vlee-Frel1enl J. H. Galllian ..Cashle Frank Spencer ..... Assistant Caehle Aceeanta ef eerperatlone and IneTvfaV uala especially solicited. Exchange furnished te any part ef the werld. Alexander County Savings Bank 1 CAIRO, ILLINOIS STRICTLY A SAVINCS SANK Capital 50,00S uralitf IO,0OI OFFICERS E. A. Slider President C. O. Patler Vlce-Preeldenl J. H. Galllian. ,- CashteM Frank Spenaer ....Asltin1 Cashle BiatCTORS E. A. Slider J. H. alllean Thee. Beyd C. O. Fatten VVm, Klwee C V. Neff Chie, Feuchter N. B. Thlrtleweed D. S. Laniden aeerie Parsed Inlereal Paid en Tim SepesTte. Cairo City Transfer Line Sueeeeeor to Rtolts A Walteni mm J. H. KIERCE, Prop. All kinds ef Haullni Done Promptly, Soth Phonea in 1111 Weshlnite Ave, Cairo, mrnofei ILLINOIS CENTRAL. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO FLORIDA VIA MKMINGHAM ( ol 11 111 bun, Albany and Waycrou, la eon ncctlun with the Central of (ioorgla Ky. and the Atlantic t'oant Mne. Un and after Oct- i.hcr lHih fro in i likano, a THHOUQH SLEEPINQOAR .will be run from Chicago to Jacksonville via the above route, leaving Chicane dally at 7 p. m., on the uleei'ing car sectlen (coach Miction oonsolldatwl with lrj.n rar section at ( arbondale, leaving t'hlcavo at6:D0 p. m.) of the Limited train for the Mouth, arriving at lilrmlnsham 3:15 p.m. mil day and a lackmnnllle at 7:30 the second morning, ituiful l ibrary ( ar out of Chicago and DiningCars Serving all MealsEnRoute llrtt connections at Jack aonvllle for all IMiliiU In I'lort.ta and for Steamships for Cuba and Nuuu. Tlckcu. rcai-rvatlona, Information, train time and rat. may be had of your local agent M. Ii. HATCH. U. P. A., Chicago, I1L A. II. 1 1 ANSON. P. T. M.. Chicago. 1IL MOBILE & OHIO R. Ri Corrected to January 1, 1909. Time of Trains at ' CAIRO 7 Southbeynd No. 2 Exoress, Da ly, !y 1.50 p.m No. 4 Express. Da ly. Iv 2:17 a.m Northbound ' Nc. 1 Express. Daily. Iv 1:50 p."i No. 3 Exorets. Da ly. Iv 1:32 .rt h H. SON IS. Tleaot r(. River Transporlation Lee LineSeamers ror rarnthersUIle. Way Ldgs. SADIE LEE Monday. Jai. 18. at N001. Wed"etdy and Friday 1p.m. ror Memphis and Way Landings GEORGIA LEE Leaves Every rtmreday. S p. in. For Fre gM cd PassaQO app'y at Hail day A Ph.tt. pe Wharfbeat. Caro ROBERT E. LEE, C BOURNE. Gr-eral Marwoer F.P. A Gcr.eref OfT'cea. 4 SoutK Fnwt Strait, t v " v".. VJ " ww.