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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1909.
ooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o WANT' AD Si IN THIS CAIKO Male Atiti HEAD EVERY MORN 1NG IN 2 0 00 FAMILIES. The Waut Cnlfimiw of the Jiullc-tia are consulted by huno'reiN u: pciijle every nionil-x la search of res estate bnij-)lns, articles (or iwle, lout or Ion ml, H uatloits wttiiteu ad vacant. RATES (litis Inner tiotti pr w.rd! . Three Inartlo per wwrd . One Week, per word .... One Mouth, per word! .... M .02 -J .03 .10 No ttilverllsemeiit Inserted for tftiiAsri 5s. o o o G I "" '" " " ' ' " " " ' j j I j : c Stocks Bonds Cereals i ; WAITING CAME BEING PLAYED IN TRADE AND FINANCE CHEAP MONEY CAUSE OF HIGH STOCK PRICES STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS RESTRICTED HARRIMANS ENTRANCE ON NEW YORK CENTRAL EVENT OF IMPORTANCE. Spec N- t rii.ii I'niir lal. vv Vork, Jan. .10. So far iiitil f in :tii -t nro concerned :i nt. it relative Kliindstill. ill'-On THE PEOPLE'S COLIOT Rates For Classified Notlcei. Ono Insertion, jut word 01 Three, inst-rf ions, per word -Vi One week, per word "i One moil I h, jmt word 15 No advertisement Inserted for Ions than twetityilve cents. FOR RENT. FOR RKNT Furnished front room In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife, S21 Twenty-second fct roct. KOK UKNT Two nicely furiilHhe.l roonifi with fioard, steam hunt, elec tnc lights and bath. Apply ttJl Wal tlllt ? fleet. KOOM For $2 "J per week. light housekeeping. 1505 Poplar street. KOK It ft NT Furnished rooms with or without board. .'!"() Twelfth street. MH1 KENT Oood business place Ht 1211 Washington avenue Is for rent . More room STixSO. Apply to John Ilonrgols FOlt RENT Furnished rooms suit able tor llfilit housekeeping. Apply 17 Seventh street . PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Prompt and good work. Miss Min nie Klce, stenographer, The JIalliday. - FOR SALE OR LEASE. FOR SAf.K, LHASR. OR RKNT Two story brick building wilii bam? merit, DO'S Ohio street. Thos. W Gau-uon. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTPD-A eoinpeteiit and trust won hy engineer can find steady em ployment by addressing Mutineer, this oflice. All eommiitiieations will lie roiilii.lent ial. all sides there Is a Tor fresh slgnti and (o postpone ill us until eonli settled. Alining hesitating spirit disposition to wait of encouragement important, negotla- dence becomes ' more the causes of this are (ll a too violent W A NT !:! -Tailors, 1 1 no Collector. Apply Cre Washington avenue. lit MISCELLANEOUS. Marsh Milk Sweet cream. Depot. Sweet Home Phone 4' milk. 71 WANTI'lt Kounis to paper: $2.i"0 up complete. Jiome Phone SS'VL. Fi lit RKNT basement of GO'! on premises. (iround floor and Ohio street. Apply Prof. Jacob Pottgen, of New York, ii.lii the pleasure to announce that he has just located in Cairo as violin!, t f Vanosten's Orchestra, and will re ceive pupils nt his studio. SJiiS Syca more street.. Special attention Riven to beginners and children. Terms reasonable. VANOSTEN'S Available for il pri ate parties, etc s'l'eet. Residence Home Plume "11. ORCHESTRA. anees, receptions, , Office In I Kighth Sycamore. FOR RKNT Six room cottage, No. 2?:! Third street, corner Washington, rent $IH per mo. M. J. Ifowley, Real F.i lUte Agellt, Furnished Cenimercial. rooms for rent at Su!i; FOR RKNT -Room. "US Kijrhth FOR SALE. Foli SA I. P-!-'" National Cash roioMor osed :! months for $t!it, Ap I !v Ml Commercial avenue. HOOMS AND BOARD. WANTK1V - Fifteen boarders at Coy's boarding horse, 2o0 Comne r cial avenue. SITUATIONS WANTHP Advertisements of not exceeding three lines will be accepted free for one week's time from any reader of The Huliotin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of lice of The Pullet In Company, 70;! Ohio street. The Pulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ml vertisemeit or statement, made there In and will not accept under this heading the notice of any perso'i known to be employed. WANTKU Position as nurse In confinement cast f. Apply 1110 Cedar street. FREER BIBLE TABLETS. Michigan University Professor Say They Belong in New Testament. IVtioit. Mil h of .liii!i;;n I'Tlh iphcriiin the 1 - i 1 It. FieeTa oil!' e, J i ar a id, i i.it ii in Pi er. I (. A. Sanders er-oly. who is do ublets of Charles .a, discovered !l had mad-' pr..i;resH 1'iMiiih to l ii'iw tiiej !iouel be iil- li! in ihe New Testann nt text, ami where hey cio ie Horn. II" said: "On the Ii,:m. i,f tin. e-.i-lh iiie of the text, the am b ill appearance of the 1'nrclmierit, tie- n i uliar spelilnp. the burnt ter of writim; -tos'-mblhiK :i japviiH b.tlid -nud (he evidence of t aaMiiis.-iciu fiiuii a similar souice of oib.er jiarts of the manuscript, it finis io!ia;i:e that these 10 pae once fin m i a p u t of a parent tnanu wiipt, from which tUe niost of thi U't of John. I.uk. and Mark in lb'1 i.ialiu-f rijit of the K'lspel is copied. The p:i.iit manv.-cript cannot be of Inter date than the fourth century. "The am h nt Lome of the now fa- moim Jliliie whs discovered throucii landlord is rarv, ir not uiouur.- Ixird Ari'Mn, in response to sm;;;es tions by his town tenants that tliev ) t-in nj !il lie allowed to follow the exam pie of Ills agricultural tenants, said In ! was prepared to sell his town proper j ty on years' purchase cash, or. if liny of the tenants wished to allow the whole or a portion of the purcha.;' j money to remain outstanding. th.- I iniht do so at the rate of l'i pi r j cent, per annum, the Interest to bn a llrsr cnarge on the property. After a nieptinp of tin tenants an Intimation was sent to the eail that .' scheme tif 20 years' pui chase would he agreed to by them. Lord Arraa stood out for his original proposal, ami a la rue section of Ids tenantry there upon expressed their aereeioeiii on condition that the earl c iiv.-ved ti e propt rty to them free of all lawyers' fees and transfer expenses. Cost of an African Hunting License. Here we niter upon the no-called Di sort of Tarn, which for 91 niili-s in tei veins between Mai. j as and Vol. It a new li.teipirtatioii of the subscri- j l!i Iar In,ni t'!nu Pare, lor a juiceie.-s tlon at the i nd of the po-pel of Mai'., j Ma a and thorny copses alternate In Its third and final form the sub- with patdns of bare dust in the d:y rcrintion read as follows: 'O. Holv '"' ' raiuy weather. It is by Christ, be then with thy servant Tir.i- tnhy and all his.' "The reference Is to St. Timothy, who was the martyred son of Mem- hU. 'All his' are !!: wirshiH-rs in the church which was in the monas tery of a vine dresser, a Miort disiaru ? w-M of the pyian Ids. That monns fery w.ia destroyed h iv.en lies (; J 1441 A. IX. and probably this liible thin was transferred to another." Prof. Sanilen says he has not the ttiphtest ques'ion of the authemiclty tf the Freer tuanuscripts. Holy ""d no means iiesnnire or nre, nwever; we see heids of az. 'ies, sometimes from CO to 2n together, perhaps a lhinMeroiJ, a pack of sneakini; j.if kals, a prowling hyena, a stealthy, prac f-.il Jeojiard or li!ajeti; lion. The animals show little fear of the train, for the hiuh cost of a humi!!? license ab-i'tt f;r.0 an1 n-irneroti- I. ni dations as to the nniiiticr of h".'i !:? to h" killed by enj n "rfsman. Rreatly lessen the t. amber of hunter National Macazin". SELLS TOWN OF DONEGAL. I If a p:rl Is pool, wi'i'out oeinir r" J for it, i-he is fianr.ir.s; a surprise fjT papa's irit ketbimk. Lord Arr?n Nejotiatinj with Tenants ad Agreement Likely. MEDITATIONS OF A SPINSTER. Have you notiee-l that statistics shew that ail sab-id"-! were married? rrar.e that a fe::o so rften kl-es IoT)don. Dntieeal. the historic cat i tal of tli" Irish county of the yam ram", will shortly be sold omrieht by tt i nrt ff Irran to rn tcnnntu tin- i l..c t-crr- Mi.-mld be a Li-rh in the r- 6irl l 'Te fcaa-teally determiL-ed toiia;ior.j new In progress. These j form cr of th rrntst interes'ine chatv I t-, f, th fcirtrT of Iri-?i lnd l ir-. "Mf man gets trior or ?"' bf. ml tfce trsss'Wm irslf the ! '- a or.iati oimm-nes to a if re ev ery after the panic, (2) tin- uu lertainty connected .with tariff re vision, and CO (he high tnices of many commodities which check con sul, iptioti and discourage future con tracts. Two iinpoitant offsets must b taken into consideration. (1) the piosperity of our agricultural (dasses. a.n I (L'l the Kt'eat abundance of cneap money. Pel ween Iheso conflieliu-.j: iiiHiieiices, which almost, count 'rbal :u.ce each other, there is a period of vacillation that may continue mi til one set of forces overcomes the other. .lust which will prevail cannot be told at (his juncture; lift it is sufficiently plain that, a period of waiting can do little harm; in fact, may do much uood, so long as the uiiundcrtone remains as sound as it now is. Readjustment is still iocnmplote. and tile fall in values since l!io7 h:is not bein .'invtbilttr like what fid lowed prccoilimc jinnies. Stocks are nov on a liiulier level than before (he pa:me. and commodity prices hr.ve shown a very slight decline; much to (he disappointment, of tlu.s'' wb) complain of the high cost, of living. Cheay money 'ias hat much j to do with the 1'igll price ot slocks: more uniuestlomib!v than any otl-ir single influence. Tho high prices of commodities, howeve r, have b, en due to various causes; mainly to a I irsi'ffieient s-upplv of ag' ieultur.'l prc-ilucts, to increases in cost-; of production resulting; r-oiu coaibina tions of capital and labor and to the inllatioimry effects of cheap money. 'I'd n lieve the situation the si i should lie mad'- to produce more: trusts should stop holding up priei s :;;.! the oninns must some day reeoK--iize that contin-i.'ii advancis in .-e.-c.-- mid shet 'enin of hours means ' ii-her pric; s and cost of living. however are diiTicuIli.-s wlileh ttlieniseives shivv.lly; and, be- i-.'":- 1 we are now i.pwii a high lev 1. it die s 11 it follow that We are to I'ace ;i v bit nt desce it. It is en tirely beyond human fotvsi"ln to siv when t.e- downward turn wi'l be Alt that w 1 now is that we are still upon too high a plane, ant that in the nature of tilings the pendulum musl swing back to nor mal. It is wide recognition of these fa i ts that accounts for much of the conservatism prevailing in business circles. Yet. many ol the conditions necessary for a frsli forward start are present: there is no overproduc tion, finance and Industry are sound, Ihe country is sol n I. its resources ar- unimpaired and capita! is abund ant. All Inis Is wanted Is more con ii.lt-nr-o. When the tariff problem is settled, more activity will no doubt develop, but high prices are sure t.i remain a restraint, especially as they have reached a level where consump tion if being' noticeably checked. Stock market operations have In en much restricted by tho feeling of uti (.itai'nty that prevails in business circli s. Prices also are still too high lo bring out inva stment buying; in fact the power to absorb securities appears to be exhausted for the time being. Fully $ I Oo.noo.Ooo new issues have been placed since Jan uary 1. and "only a portion of these have been absorbed by the prblic, ali of which suggests that we may be facing another attack of indiges tion. London has issm ! at least .Jl.VUinu.o.m new issues since Jan nary 1. and Parisian issues have brer, much greater. The latest event of importance in the railroad world, is die entrance of Mr. Ilnrrim.in into New Vork Central's directorate. This no dount will mean a more igon.u.- iii !icv in the nuriagoniont of t ci i (.ration, togitlier wi;h HID JEWELS IN SLIPPERS. New York Woman Takes Ela'jontts Precautions Against Burglars. New Vork. At'" r taking epibotat preen lit Ions to jireveio bUigh.m 1 1 .ill lind.'ns her two valuable diamond lings in her parents' home In Prool, lyn, Lthel Dray, through her own thought lessiioss, has lost the jewelry One of the rings. Miss Dray told tin police, Is her engagement ling. She devised the plan of wraiping them in a handkerchief and hiding them in tht toe of one of her high heeled slipper botore going lo bed at night. No burglars culled on her, but sh forgot to take the diamonds from their hiding place. And the slippers, the plaintively told the police, went to the shoemaker's to be resoled. On her complaint the j-olice arrested Joseph Pintinio on a charge of grand larceny. The prisoner has a cobbler -.hop on Sixth avenue, and Miss In uv says she sent her shoes there for r aiir. The shoemaker denied all know!, tig-.' of tlie gems, which are valued at $et)0. SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT NOTICE. tin", of its old tine em trunk lin a IT. the outlook ot the tain . Activity won prompted by lowi r mom v and a stron vent radical weakm ss. improvement can hovvi peeled until the t! ' d Congress piessed with piotept. actum session is call ;i r . a pi :,n '.e 'I! ca i is s. At pi -'' l i ark' i ' -I undoubtedly lie prh i s, hut. cheap ; undertone pre .V) genera' or be cv t.irit':' (iue-tiiin is set appears to In- im the deMrability ot as soon us the extra d early in March. No I" cor: Important reductb ns need be a:i tic. pat d. Republican Influences lio,ii strong enough to cold the I'i iiii.cats in (IfVciua! einc!;. Per imp: tin- most crlona eomplioit'lon is the government's need of money. Revenue has fallen ow ing tu rednc -d Imports, while expenses ar- extraor linarilv heavy, causing a di ficit (bus f.i" during tin- current year of nearly i Miiii iiiNi. Altogether, it. looks a -it we were in fur a p 'i io.1 of wietltit-' before matiiial )j gathered f. .r .- fns!' forward start, yet the general si. nation is sound and hopeful. ONCE A MORTAL SIN HOW OUR ANCESTORS DISCOUR AGED PERJURY. Fearful Punishments Threatened Failed to Deter Sinful Men from the Crime Some Quaint Folklore Oaths. During one of the occasional out croipings of pure thought with which the recent Ruef trial in Judge Ca baniss' court in San Francisco was il luminated, it was lUad il by a distin guished prosecutor that "perjury lias become the gr eatt M ci im'- of the age." Peihaps the Double ii (bal pujury does not entail such dlie calamines nowadays as it once did. Delving bee the subject with tb" spur of cuiio-it, we lean) thai two or ihre rciiiutb's ago it cost s imetliiiig to swear fal-ely. Then It was a mortal sin ra her than a simple crime, arid .-nine of the dorm st ie troubles which followed were a on -rerunning to the Seventh genet at P ill, death from a lingering dl -ease wi'hiu 12 months, or Ii-i:ig tinned Into a stone, swailowcd uj by the earth and ever afterward crawling about as a vampire. Those punishments which deterred, if one b'-iieM d theiu. As a matter id fact, few did, anil people commit'ei perjury as merrily in the sromt old seventeenth century as in the tw-.-n tieth. Then, as now, the tnoial man sjike the tru'h for j iactical moiai reasons and the immoral man lied for Immoral reasons. Superstition has always b-en the basis of oaths, and their praotiial value has d- peml'-d on th dej.th of the superstition. That, of course. I evi dent en nigh, as a'l tra dirTerer.tiat. an oa'h from a plain ; at-ini. t. Ij ths one intrmlg! c5 an iernnt of r-t':n fru-h. la Call'orr.la faklm; an oa-h r (jnireti s::.:; ly that a i te-ss ri-e Ms tli-f.t 1--U-1 wl.ii- th i-tk in .'mms him thi-.t ." nciomrtr swtfcrs ' Itv.lfe. ' 'ire oa- h. (tci tare-; : this slo:;. i.. tu a sncie-t mono, sworn i!:, n t tl; "I s.ha!! i, in It Weill'! b" .i uiii, iiu:ii!n:sieriiig mi t Jo I Is before us :vi'! ii Amr Par." numiir' lii. The man to b . ' be i.ii iit- anil says : in lids iigi-cemi at,' ari' to believe (but be .! Oe not. San i'r am l:a o Chr onicle R?bbtt's Feet, or Rheiici : i.-ni Is not the for vv lu'eh i he imism'.- ton foot Ol b.'ile'..- foot lvi., b.' I ' p. S. 1 ill' Si V ' 'i t e' l' It bad one j.s a i hat ai c Put be .vas ln' uie lie inc. I t to In1 i end ol l".-:i. I'o' J'o.,.1 l.eal'h !!' . I ma i f t d : ' i ill Pill? only ailment of a rabbi' s ii a spee'Jro kn t, ' .b "lb. il.ii. : ii r a : S too J.-'-.t hot I l.o I ,lll,e it ,, f. I i" y vv i i in r La; e I V n. . 1-. ; ;, ;b: ! .,! pilN - nt cry dial i.-l. :aiioi the I'idle. e s ure win tin r !:il lo it. At the 1 is abnormal!.- m uiTlis past, l,e ai at a gn at lo.iS " Ili b.lle'M plot Itieg of h piil in v f. h ft i IT Hie " 1 III' m w. . 't d hi. ii t :ui- I. ' 'ive. Hot ..;vlag . 1 1: Is a ptrauie' Wio;e P j.j lie I bi f.H,t. Put ii! so oiitiiiui d." bll'-M fool, im,,I Notice is iiereliy given to all per il's intvresli'il. that the City Conn cil of the City of Cairo, Illinois, has by Ordinance No. 177, approved No vember l:!th. A. D. PUIS, ordered the improvement of Thirty-fourth stret t. from tiie w-. st. line of Commercial dviliue to the east, lino ot wasning ton avenue, in the City of Cairo Count v of Alexander ami State of Illinois, 1) v (he construction thereon of a viiriiied brick pavement, ami brick caica basins and combine cor -crete curb ami gutter on uoin ines of said street, and that sai l ordinance No. 177 is on file in tire trite of tin- City Cbrk of the said Cil- of Cairo, at. No. 111! Oommer ial avenue, ami thai (lie whole of th' cost of said improvement, (mounting- to twenty-one thousand md two hundred ami ninefy-six dol iar- and inriy -seven cents i i 17). is. by the terms of said ordi nance No. 177, approved November L!. H'.IS. lo be paid by special tax atiop of the property fronting or ibutimg on, cr contiguous to, the said Improvement, Including street railway property, ami no part of said tost of saitl improvement Is to ue paid by the pulilic, and that the -ai I City of Cairo has applied to th Coni-ty font of Alexander County Miir.ois, Cor an assessment of the whole of (he cost of said improve ment, according to the benefits ami in accordance with the provisions of said ordinance; ami an assessment tin loot' having ln-eii made ami re ruined to saitl Court, the filial hear ing t hereon vvil! be hud at tno Fel-:-i-i:r.v Term, A .P. 1 :-:). of said Court, at the Court house In the t Ity if Cairo, Illinois, on Monday, the twenty-second da.f of February, A. D. pri!' at the hour of ft o'clock A. M. if said day or as soon thereafter as tlie business of sat ! Court w ill per nit. All persons-tlcsii ing may fib ibitctioiis in said Court before said day, am! may then ami there appear in tiie hearing and make their do lOI'SI . The said assessment is payable, in tin (1M annual installments. All in-, stailmeets will hear Interest, as pro vide, I by statute, at the rate of ft v. HASP. TELLS CHARACTER. iter f r..;l.' "iil.! t; luiTli-fite O Per L.n.'a l'i uiii ranirut. Many p-..;'!- toil.-vn llv:.t blontl. ' or ',:ii. li.or il. a.'. ;) utTcc.lua loM dar'il .or t"e, A pt'iioa witauut hu. i ic.t. UevuiJ of thuraotor; l'.:r from it, 'ho ib.-pe-lileu tf ll:o avemtie kali? ."udt'd ir.au la l show audi nollcdtui ,'tr tin well'.. re of etiicrs, that ho tvejj iei'tM liini.'i if. A g.rm r.nipi'n tjalilt.css i'i.u'. H-ii'.iur.uid. ...f Pans, Franco, la-en-.' il..U"i a i,iL,i"lt with li.inJniff germa. I'-.r;: ii t) !.c,-o"i,. tiltal'.v hal.l in flvt I'n r!d the s. nip of thost- t! necessary to npply remove thr .vek linir-r.-ioi rirtis It Is N'owbrn A l!i riit:itt. "P.-stroy tim cauuc you Sit'A hy l.-iidlnir ilriiput.tn. fiitid li? n sbmms for sarni.la to Tint Hurpiclda C6 notrult. Mich. Two 3izes 50 cents ar.fl 1.00. Paul G. Schuh & Sons, Special Agents The Barren Inventor. Minnie Maddern Fluke, whose knowl edge of the New York shuns Is no found, condemned nt a recent dinner the sterile work or a certain charity society. "In fact," said tin noted actress, smiling, "(hat society reminds me very forcibly of a Cincinnati tramp. "This tramp, ragged and forlorn, stood up one cold morning In the io lice court dock, and the magistrate, frowning at him, said: " 'Profession?' "Inventor,' was the reply, In hoarse voice. " 'What have you Invented? askid the magistrate. "'Nothing,' said the prisoner, still more hoarsely, 'but I'm trying to.' ' SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE ISOO-t WASHINGTON AVENUE Ctalsra In Evt-rythlni that Is $4 It Eat, Usa ana Waar. Exaluslva AaitM far ILANKE'S Calsbratat! Caffaa. mw Alexander County National Bank CimiMfilil Avanaa a Ml llgMli Mrdi CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Suralsts aM,M.( .. IM,ms E. A. Had Solved the Problem. There was something about the face of the strainer who sht opposite to her in the tram car that was familiar to the stern lady. "Pardon me," she said. "If I am not mistaken, yon are one ot the poor, underpaid working girls, whom our Kmaricipatloti society tried to' benefit or, at least, you were a year ago. "that is so," said the stranger. "Then our society has evi dently not been without Influence, for you loon prosperous now. "1 have everything I want, .-.ml never was so happy In my life." "That's splendid. You must have solved the woman problem." "1 have." "Glorious! Do tell me all about il!" "I'm maided!" OFFICERS naar Fraslslaavl Chas. Fsuchtar Vrc-Prslisn1 J. H. Qalllian .C.hl Frank Saancar Altant Cashtaa Acecanfi af earaaratlons mn4 ImHvI oal aspaclally sollcltad. Exotianja furniahaa ta any pari af tha warist Alexander County Savings Bank CAIRO, ILLINOIS rTRlCTLY A SAVINS SANK Caaital v H0,0uS Surlaa , ,.... fM.ODf Fierce, A "Now," said the l(--en describing Ihe what is the fiercest I Right. tea.her, who had habits of bears. animal In the polar regions, Johnny?" "Why or er," stammered Johnny. "Come, don't you jemembe r?" The pol " 'Oh, sure! The jiolecut." Lact Chance. ' Fallicr," rvaid li'tle Jiollo, "what is nil electoral college.' "It's a last chance, my son, for such able and esjeemed lneinb-rs of soc!- y us didn't get on u notification com mittee (j come forward ami prove that they are really prominent citizwaa." Washington Star. OFFICERS E. A. Baaar..... rrastasnt C, O, Fatlar V!c-Fril-nl J. M. Qalllgan.. Cahla Frank iMnaar .....Aalats.at CaihlH !3ISCTCRS E. A. Battar Thus. Bayd Wm. Klaia Chaa. Fauehtar D. S, Laaiaaa J. H. alllal C O. Falfaa C. V. Naff N. . Thlatlawaaal aria Parsaaa Inlaraal Fals an Tlma Saaaaris. p.r (. tl A. D. cent, per annum. . Cairo. Illinois, January ' li't'.i. MiCilAKL J. I IOWLKY, Connnissioner. NOTICE. Slate of Illinois, Alexander Count), to (lie Feliru a . i i I I 1.' was the tji!j,.trlT AT HtST IN SPLLNCID tOMb. Ccstl Mo-unerts i t Fr Oer Irfant i-sstrs. In the County Court ary Ti rin, A. D. pmo. In the matter of the estate of I slu C. Alll' t'oll, deceased, To tin- ilistriibutees of said eslat. and a'l poisons interested (herein. You are hereby notified lli.it on the 1-t day of Febni.iry, l!'o!, the Utah Mi-n'd iidmlnistrator of said s'u will present to the coiintv court of .-.l' l Alexander County at Cairo. Illi nois, a final report of bis acts ami d ito-s as tin Ii adirdiii sttator and ak the ci iiit to approve th" tame and to di; i barge him Lorn any and all fur tin r 1'i'iis and res pon -ibiliiies ronm-ciod with s.ii'l sta-e nail Ins adinirilstr.v r i--ti tbeioof. At wlib h time and pbn voii ii i .- P.- present and resist nich application, if you choose so to do. l.F.K P. DWLS. Admin!"' r.itor of the i:-ta'e of ! si i.- (V A'le rton. !"- t-at tl. J.iruirv II. !'i'. CHANCERY NOTICE. tV !. e 'ra b. a i ra if , :" i "'ell '1.- t:,,-h. o-i. r - fir t' 'ltd." Tie ft !; I ' s t!,'- ' l..:r. ! cf w!t. r .' 1 to .. ... n &l'im f W.f k- a;-o' n j I. a!. To'-i-rr i !e f,e !:! -d i ' r r.e 0 t t-;n or 'bine irt rat ir K.-d tut Cana-o 1? tl-o n'i his !,n; r'h Hitid'i. Tb T-ir.eai !tnes brandinb' ku.''e If :o:e Ihe tu. !' I llif I'li'.r ,.tu s.i;.l' unil Mary. t!i iri'fiti! ' - ; 1. 1 -1 r 1: i .oti-s !, ;oe b'i led at '! - i'- ml if l' tiot'h al!e ef H'i-i VP's 'a;e w, o-niivti : ii'.l-.v. ale! '!, i: -uri .is ai- !..! t'''v Co I!."-! ei " v l,i'-I 'I'HOl ..,-. J 1 ontti r-o . r.. Pritif (! t'e- ' rp' f. a ' -tiif m-H-1 'loi nr. -;.-.. J r::ir'il"i t't j o.- o! a 1 ' :' 1 p'rttr '!.. P.' -it. J 'be . t t-e , 01 Uli'l ' IV !:;' ' : " I - owr ' o-id.-r? i' . !' n --r, P: : .Marvs t 1 ' i' tru'h at. 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Tie sti'ivn rim',l Jifendant 1 l. r by rtr.tifie.l tv.it - rr,mp!.tin a'.t 1 tl U day f -.-l In mid rourt a cert .ill bill in Cl.ari'rr for TMvnrc arri-et t.er an-l that ?utnrnen ba t .-!, I ft i-r(t r-tiiT!itdn ft " f!-t dty t f f- m t term of i Cot;rt. to f I r, 1. n th" nei-t bou in ra0 ,n -.is. on t.ie vti day of F-trjary t CElrn. l:"lro:. .Tin -h. A. P. l'09 API KI D I UOWN. Clerk. J os;i::t. Co-, plsin'ir t's Pope it or. NOTICE. Ih e -IT-" m'1 1 j. ;- r. .: re .'t - ar fall f rr-y cf.:c. 1111 jf'T- a'l j iy up Th jOi'V itri-ftr i v LLIMIIS CENTRAL R. R. Wir.er Tourists Tickets. Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and return $11.11 Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to McComb, Miss., and re turn 18.11 Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn Z9.lt Cairo to New Orleans, La., and rv'urn 11.61 Also to Tourist points In Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold dally un til April notb, good returning until May 31st, FJOn. J. II. JONES. Ticket A Rent. Cairo, I1L A. IL HANSON. Passenger Traffic Manner. 8. O. HATCH, General Passenger Arnt Cairo City Transfer Line aaeeaaor to Stolti k. Walten M J. H. KIERCE, Pre. All k1nea af Hauling Dona Framntlj Bath Phenea Its . 11T1 Washmatan Ava Calra, ITnra ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to February 1st, 1909. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Traine Leave Cairo: 1:05 a m. Daily Chicago Vestibule Llm'ted. arr!lne; Chicago 11:18 a. m J-JS a. Pally St Louis NUrht Un ited, arriving St. Ixiuls 7:08 a. m. ?!epl ig car open at 8:10 p. m. 5:00 .. m Chicago LHI'.y Btpreaa ft-' p Sunday. 5:00 a. m, SL Louis Moralg l IT'-: except iotnnsy. 11:15 a. Ft Lnrta Taat MalL 11:15 a. -n, Chicago Mlddav Ppeclj 2:35 p. .n. Pally Ht. lxn!s Umlted. 2:35 a m. Afternoon Bipraaa for Odin. F.ff'.ngham. Vattnon. Champaign 5:10 p m-. Thebes AccomraoSatloo. 7:15 v- en, Chlcs.ii aad Eaaterm Kx prea. 2:30 3:30 Jii. 1 r-1 all r-c, j-.o j 1 1 CenirnTC la! tai on a'd m., Memphis and Natmi'. m, Memphis and Naw Of- l-a tJTnlt'd. (:00 a. Padurah aal LouIstUI. 1:41 p. m, I;!y Memjkis aal New Or'.eaiS. 1:41 p. m. Dally NajrtBa. Oiarta nrx-ra and Atlanta. 4:30 p. n, Friltoa A recrm m c4 sttoa. 5: p. m. Pa far ah aad Lni!arll!a 1:00 p. m, Mempbia and New Or less ?etat. lor through tickets, aleeplat ear j accommodations and farlber lafortEa Uon apply at PHboIs Ceatral Paaaeat rr Eudon. Calr a PL i. M. JONES. Tlcke Aft. r u tf u r m ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CE.MRAL ROLTE TO FLORID VIA BIRMINGHAM Columbus, Albany and -Wsyoroas, ta oon neotlon with the Central of Usorgla K7. anit the Atlantic Coast Una. On and aflat Oct ober ltjlh from Chicago, a THROUGH 8LEEPINQOAR will b run from Chicago to Jacksonville via the above route, leaving Chlceg daily at 7 p. ra., on the aleenjng car soctlan (coach cctlon conaolldated with sleeping car section at 1'a.rbondale, leaving Chicago at 6:60 p. ra.) or (he Limited train for the Houth, arriving at Hlrmlnghara :I5 p. m. nest day and a Jacksonville at 7 AO the second morning. MufTet-Llbrary t ar out of Chicago and Dining Cars Senlng all Meals EnRoute I'lrect connections at Jacksonville for all points In Florida and for Steamships for Cuba and N'ansau. Tickets, reservations. Information, tratn time and rate msy be had of your local agent 8. U. H ATCH. U. P. A., Chicago, III. A. II. HANHON. P. T. M.. Chicago, 111. MOBILE &JHI0 R. R Corrected to February 1, 1909. Tlma af Tralna art CAIRO ff ? No. No. No. No. rtaaaaM 2 Express, Daily, Itf 4 Express, Daily, Iv .1.50 p.m 2:17 a m Narthbeunal 1 Express, Daoy, Iv S Express, Da ly Iv. l:t0 ..1:32 p.nl a.m Z. H. ION IB. Tlakaa Afwal, River Transportation Lee UneSIeamers ror Memphis and Way Landing SADIE LEE Leaves Every Thursday. S, p. m. PETERS LEE leaves Monday. Eeb. I. a. ra. Eor Padacan7lansviIIe. Louis ville. Cincinnati and intermediate landings. PETERS LEE leaves Saturday. Eeb. t. a. o. Tar rre ght ana" Passaea apoy at Hall dsy A Philippe WKarfboet. Ca -r ROBERT E. LEE. C. BOURNE. General Un3r C. P. a P. A Ger.eral OffJeea. 4 Beirtll Frew svl