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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1909.
OOOOOOOOOOOOO&OOOOOOQOO o o o o a o o o o o 0 o o WANT AD Si IN THE CAIRO BULLETIN AStE 31 13 AD IfiVERY MOKN w.0 in a ooo families. The Want Columns of! the Bulletin are conftuUcd by hncdtettM oJ people every mornig 1 it search of real emtRte baigt'in, articles for me, .oat ox fount, oU ttfttlons wanted atid vacant. RATRSi Oqiii I insertion, pes woffi . .01. Three Insertion, per word .012 i Un WeeSc, per word .... .03 Owe Mouth, per word .... .13 No (advertisement Inserted for less thti 35c. O o o o o o 0 0 o , I I Stocks Bonds Cereals z I ! i, i TECHNICAL AFFAIRIGRAiHS FELL DT Yesterday's Stock Market Duller at Times Than Any Day Since First of Year. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rates For Classified Notices. One Insertion, per word 01 Three Insertions, per word.... -5i One week, per word .05 Olio month, per word .15 No advertisement Inserted for less than twenty five, cents. FOR RENT. FOR KENT Furnished front room In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife, 821 Twent v second street. FOR RFNT -Two nicely furnished rooms with ooitrd, steam heat, elee trie lights and l.rith. Apply 9Jt Wal nut street. ROOM Kor $2.fiJ per week. light housekeeping. 1505 Poplar street. hOR KENT Jood business plat at 1311 Washington avenue Is for rent, store rooia 25x80. Apply to John iSourgols FOR RUNT Furnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping. Apply 217 Seventh street . Foil lilCNT Six room cottage, No. 22.1 Third street, corner Washington, rent. $18 per mo. M. J. llowley, Ileal Fslate Agent. Furnished rooms for' rent at. .So;)1,;. Commercial. FOR SALE. , FOU SALB-$125 National register used ?, months for ifh'O. ply lol Commercial avenue. 'ash Ap- FOR SA 1,11 -Six year old bay mare, 15 hands high, i50 pounds, sound and extra good traveler at. a bargain. Rich Construction Co. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTKD-v' competent and trust worthy t-ngineer can find steady ein plo.wni lit by addressing Kngiueer, this? nl'tiee. All communications will he coiiltidcntiul. New ket, ill a prol'e largely York, Feb. 2. The stock mar Now York today was largely ;slonal affair' and it was rult'd by) tocltfiieal consideration. Closing Lower. .Wheat .Moderately Active Corn Fairly so Oats Market Wa- Narrow. Lay Hold of the Common Good. If men hutc tins presumption of those who claim a reputation to which they Imvw mi flglii, they equally con demn tlie faint-hear tcdnoss of those who fall below the glory which Is their own, Jj,,e, then, "the sense of your private sorrows and lay hold of tho common good. Demosthenes. How to Have Bright Eye9. There is nothing better for tho eyes than simple suit ami water, for salt is a stimulant and a disinfectant. When the eyes are inflamed, drop a little boracie acid In them. It will take all the Inflammation out of them. It is safe and refreshing. The borucle acid Is mude by dissolving a litlo boracto acid in warm water. LOST. LOST Milk route book. Reward on lis return to .'ill Twentieth street., PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Prompt anil good work. Miss Min nie Klee, stenographer, The Halliday. MISCELLANEOUS. Marsh Milk Depot. Sweet Sweet cream. Home Phone 4' milk. 7L. WANTFI) Itooms to paper; $2,50 up complete. Homo Phone 580 L. The professional element was chary of risking short sales in view of yes terday's demonstration of small liquidation induced by the consider able decline of last week. That decline, in fact, has built up a. short, interest of considerable pro portions and room traders found a fulcrum In th enecessities of those uncovered shorts for lifting prices. They worked therefore, on the long fide of. tho market. There was nothing to show that, tlusc operations were supplement.! d In any important way by the general outside demand for stocks. The mar ket was duller, at times during the day. than any time since the first of the year. Some importance the sharp advance (oppor warrants in ket. the first that, niatij days, tinting of the mutal were downward. Ctyp'per was attached to in the price of the London mar tins occurred in which the prices intermittently mine sli'irip the advantage effect a.s of this reflected FOR lit reef. ItWNT- Room, 333 Klgtith FOR KKNT Two furnished looms for light hoi sekt I'ping. Apply at Z'.2 Fourth street. FOR T w i 1 1 1 y i ' 11:1 avenue. I.'F.NT -Six room cottage on -second street model n im ids. Apply 2201! Washington FOR It!'' NT Fi'-room ool tage at liiloo Holbrook avenue. Inquire I'linn lltdbrook avenue. FOR KKNT-Oik cent enieiices. 1 pi t room Modern 'oplar street. Prof. Jacob Pottgen, of New York, h.pi the pleasure to announce that he has just, located in Cairo as violinist of Vanoslen's Orchestra, and will re ceive pupils at bis studio, 3208 Syca more street. Special attention given to beginners ami children. Terms reasonable. VANOSTEN'S ORCHESTRA. Available for dances, receptions, private parties, etc. Office 101 Klghth s'ri-et. Resi.lence 320S Sycamore. I louio Phone 7 1 1. SITUATION? WANTHI FOR 8ALE OR LEASE. FOR SALE, LKASK. OR RHNT Two story brick building with Imsiv inent, 901! Ohio street. Thos. W Gannon. ROOMS AND BOARD. WAYTKD- Filteen boar.lers at Cos's boarding house, 27oi dimmer cial avenue. Advertisements of not excoedln Ihreo lines will he accepted free for one week's time from any reader of The P.ulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of lice of The lluUeflu Company, 701 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ad verlist rneit or statement made then in anil will not accept under this heading the notice of any perso'i known to be employe.!. aliroad felt, shewing ami here. Iron and steel industrials were biuliet in the market. The feature of the incoming monthly reports of railroad earnings ror December is an occasional item of operating cist in which is shown an increase over the similar outlay in December of l!io7. These increases are significant becnu.se, although the gross earnings in lK'cemuer ol I'.iui siiowe.i depres sion on railroad traffic of the panic of the preceding October, there had been no adequate economics effected in (peiMting cost. Tiie California attitude on the Jap anese ijti'stion and the rt sumption of hearings in the Tennessee Coal and Iron merger inquiry In Washing tor. were cited as distasteful to the speculative view, but without nngibh1 cflect on prices. The accept nneo of the terms for a settlement of Tur- !-o. s claims agnmsr liulgaria nail a cheiiing effect on the foreign mar t ls ai.d conducted to general eas !ii:' In the discount markets there. Chicago, Feb. 2. WllHAT Moder ately active with just a fair trade, though relatively more interest, 'than in July. Feeling, while mixed and up selljed. was steady at the last and renting prices "s lower for May while July lost Vtisi . At (lie outset, i In tone was toady, influenced by firm ca bles, reports that estimates on the Ar gentine surplus was hi'in.s reduced, and the rather bullish European crop stiniar. The demand, however, was soon satistied that the market, was acting as though the shor ineres had been much reduced on yesterday's I bulge and as the session advaiuv.i more presure to sell developed. Offi ,ciul snow map showed the plant wel! protected ami the large addition to pleted ICuropeuil supplies acted as a bear fac I tor. I No. 2 red htf(ti 1 URi : No. 3 red 1 1 08 fi 1 10 ; No. 2 hard Jim! iff I oil U ; No. 3 hard 104ifj"IOS. May opened 108"(?: MHM.i ; highest 1 :M., 1 ON h (il 1 08 closing .1 U8 !i7s('!8- CORN Fairly active and easier, the close sjiowing losses of to Mori' favorable weather conditions', increased offerings by the country and larger receipts than expected ;,1! combined to check the demand, while sidling was more general, receivers and local speculators favoring the bear side. The selling of M;,y rtnd July by warehouse intere.-ds v.a r.Y. ; a leading feature. No. 3 ;i',fH';o:!i : No. 3 whit' ''3 No, :5 yellow OOVj 'it 'i!i);V . May opened iY.'.Kfa (13; higln st. ci'i 3; low est g:: Vm ; closing t;:!',ift;34. Jniy O.'IVh- OATS The good business and nar row range was the feature. Openim: prices were the highest and closing trade were at net losses of ViV Cash houses and eastern longs were selling, and buying on the break was of a good eh;'.racter. DRAINAGE NOTICE. Alexander, lowest , July State of Illinois, County of ss. In the county court. In matter of Samuel Staals Tay lor ami Kdwin Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo Trust Property, Thomas W. Halliday, Richard Fitzgerald and others. 'Petiton for formation of a Drainage District to be called Cairo Drainage District. In re-Petition of Commissioners for Fifth Assessment. To all Persons Interested: Notice is hereby given that Hie Com missioners of said District have com- their, Fifth Assessment as auth orized by order of said County Court of November ,'(ith, 1H8, and that the As sessment. Roll showing benefits assess ed upon the premises effected by said Assesment was tiled In the office of the clerk of said Court on the 2nd da.' of February, A. D. limn, and that said Commissioners have fixed Nine O'clock A. M., of February 18th, A. 1)., l!Mi!, of the February Term of said County Court to be then holdon at the Court. House of said County, in th City of Cairo in said County, as tn UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED. Mm an.! Women l oiintmmu Abuut ll. Many wumnn we.-p nm! wad uial rcfus.; to b eonn'orti'i Weans tl-:r u ma niticnt tie.--,, Ji.no . 1. 1.. i 1'ita an,! f.nlt'J. Jlaiiy it1, h ft in, -line te nvfanlly Wcau.-fl tho fti-s bitti tJirtir.j:. i:, thin thatch un tht-ir cranium,. U w' W jjefj nttwa to tli" mkeruulrt of bo! : ee.zes. tu li'urn that Np bru'ji f U-rpP-M' lias W..., Placfd upon th market. T!:l.. j, ti-.e n: Bcalp irtTiidoldi? and nt;tI.o;ti-s that nct by dcstroylie? the jjerm or cntoroVe tin U tho untlcr'.yinic causo of all )u!r de striKHIon. Ilfritii'de Is a lenv pr.-para-tlor, made cftor t new- fvrmiita on an entirely now jir'.nclplo. Anyone who has trlod It will testify us to Its worth. Try It yourself and be rnnvin-e,.;. ;,'eM by leading drngxl.tt.i. .".-ml irt,-. !a i-'amns for aamplti to tho UerplcIJa Co., Do trolt, Mich. ' Two Bize8 50 cents ana $1.00. Paul G. Sehuh & Sons, Special Agents Justice Fuller's Idea of Interpreters. Chief Justice Fuller has but. a small opinion of expert witnesses ami .en tertains scarcely a more favorable opin Ion of Interpreters. He is not. at ail averse to expressing his mind on these subjects, and on one occasion siiminetl up his idea of an Interpreter as fol lows: "An interpreter is a person who translates a language ho does not un derstand into one that ho does not speak." SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1100-1 WASHINGTON AVENUS Cvaltrs In Everything that I, l Est, Um and Wear. Exclualv Ant4 ff SLANKE't Calabratttf CofUm. Alexander County ''National Bank CmmrUI Avnu n4 t!f MM ttnl CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Caalfal i. Caruso, But Still I At a perfoniiance of "Aida," Cantso, as usual, soared into the highest alti tudes of song with such conssummate case and .thrilling power that he brought down the housewith the ex ception of one critical young woman in the family circle. "IjOu," she observed to her compan- jaiou, a:a t u..ut,uuusnt t'aroozer tlon t I to respect' seen action on the trt of the executive when " it had ten bused on consideration of the tiiblic good. The senate remained im executive session during most of the day con sidering the nomination of D. W. No. white ,"in4 fil 52; standard 5. May ; In opem st 5 1 d -i2V,?52 closing ; highei-r 51 July WANTUD Position as nurse In confinement casep. Apply 1110 Cenar street. WANTKD yoting latly. lice. Position Atl.hess as clt clerk. rk his 1 v FOR PHYSICIANS AND NURSES. New Watch That Indicate Number ef Beats of the Pulse. A new watch lias been invented for the use of physicians and nurses In ((uniting the pulse. The watch indi cates, without mental calculation, tti number or beats of the pulse In a niiu ute. It OjH'rates on the principle of a etop-wuti li. I'.y pressing the push but ton a luige sec nd hand in set In mo tion, ami the counting of the pulsa tions begins. At the twentieth pulsa tion the motion of the hand L seoppej by another pressure of the pa. .it hut ton. The dial aecinately indicates tho exact number of pulsations per min u:. A ihh'd pr. ssu i' on the push but ton br!:.gs the lta.al back to the start ing; point. The use of this Insti uue-nt (jiM-M away with the necessity of ob serving the progress of the watch while taking the puis?, and In addi tion Insures an abs duu-ly correct tec otd. The instrument Is also a chronn graphic count-., laciittatirg the ma king of observations, which ate auto matically record. -tl in minutes, t.-'c- (iidIh and fifths of a second. A dial p!ati below the 12 record w.i.i siutv ati.-i ex,te::stve; we na . c (juite Improved if out of (xisleiee, 'Vo paint our htiili now v.iih hU really unite Iiarmleas chemical exua i of smoke a coal tar indue. an 1 a soon as he is dry be Is ready for the market." The reporter tasted one of the her lings. "Put tbhi Uii't half a good as ihe smoked honing of my hoy. hood." lie pnttt Htctl. "Not as giMnl. pet haps," anre.'d the (antier, "but ever mi much u tvp.ntit-able." East for Their Ancestors. The Chinese are rapacious esters a' the fcas'8 wldi h are given In honor of their aieiKtois. At these feasts tho !!dos groau with all the good 'binp which the most efficient cim-Vs .! provide pork, snow white lice, pick It d cucumltcrs, chickens, du( ks sni bird's n bt soup. For sonie minutes before the feast the six or seven han dled men kit at the tables in kiietiie. Thtn at a given tignal Login the clink lug of chopsticks ami the noinj of indrawn bn-aths by which th Chi nese cool the hot mouthfiils of rice smail ( wuicn incy timvt i o.u-n ineir inroais. inin-I 1'resintly, when the hot sanuhu be- NEW YORK MONEY. New York, Feb. 2. Money on cal i asy 1- 2 per cent, closing hid l"i. Time loans very dull and steady, sixty das 2U per cent; n Hit ty days 2',j per cent; six mouths :'. per cent. Mercantile paper JitiI pel cent. Kxchiilige steady, ilea, an I 187.70; sixty days isn.lioif -lit. lilvel 51rft. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chicago, Fell. 2. The following loads i epreseiil tin' day's movem Flour 2! .Wheat Corn Oats . S .121 ca; tits 110 3!IS 2i'i7 time when and place where they wi r-rum to be collector of customs at attend before said Court for the eo"f,arleston,. S. C, and at 5:27 ad reclioii of their Assessment. journed. Dated Feliruary 3rd. IHO'J. In The House. JKSSIO ll Ml I.I. l?R, General debate on the agricultural Clerk of said County Court appropriation bill in the bourn to- day afforded the critics and defend ers of the department of agriculture an excellent Held day. The increase of the salary of Di rector Willis H. Moore, of tiie wea ther bureau, from $5,000 to $0,000 was defeated. lie fore the bill was taken general debate the house the iwnMon bill for .federal SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT NOTICE. up In passed judges. An Opinion, 'he advei 'Using theologians arff Btlll iring forth floods of oratory on the d of the world, though they differ. great length, as to the method of final destruction. Our private ohm Is that it will be talked to ..th. London Opinion. Par PROVISIONS. f I'TTF.R-Fancy very firm; othir grades (iiiet and unchanged. OIIF.F.SIC- Firm and unchanged. DOCS - F.asiei ; wo-ern 33'i"3l'i OOFFF.n Opt ions closed Inactive net earn ; hags. March 7 Kio 7 t'1: f 12'i. SI GAR- Raw 311: centrifugal ,-es siiL'ar 2SH; 10 One ; inih pints. spot I ste; Sales Hi ady ; 5.25'i No. iv: CHICACO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Feb. 2. CATTI-I'-- Re ceipts ti.onn. Ten to 15 lower. Steers Pelf 715; cows ami heifers 300 575: Lulls IlliK 3!iti; calves 350'f'8e0. stockers and feeders 250f51o. ilOfIS--Receipts 47.OII0. Fifteen to 25 lower. Choice heavy shipping 07'' (ft OKU.; butchers fi5f 75: light mixed f.250l5; choice ;5tKif,i;5: paikiti,, (', of; i;7ti; tigs r.elK 03ll. .SHICFP- Receipts 15.mu. Weak; sheep 4'2"ifi 5ilo; lambs 725f;77"i: Cordova vearlinas r.i -t i v; ."nil. steady; I'll test refined fair f lining 3i1l; im das- steady. NEW YORK New STOCKS. York. Feb. 2. St. ipts 75 it 7 ST. LOUIS Denis, Felt. 2. 5.5u'i. Sieady. 5u; i-iockei's and otes fi-iiin ii to 3'(. The laige ' records secetals and fit'hs of a t.ittl. .Si ieiitiiic American. iuihI ec- HERRINGS NO LONGER SMOKED. Fins to flushed, temple. work and the facts Wi-erne a babe I of voices tl'a the They Are Now Painted with a Harm less Chemical Extract. j "Extract of smoke." said the can-! iter, dipping his biush into a pot of; brow a fluid. j 'Extract of smoke?" repeated ttej dared rejiorttr. j "Smoke utract." said the cantor. j He took up a fresh herring. pain:ej it I with the daik mixtio-e. ami laid it o.i m K. ,a r-A VM.ai.lL. a l.,r, l,,r,n iiT.a .,f - ' I f r expiainea. yon snioK.-a nt tings ty baiu;iaa texa up f-r d.'.v ia Siliok Lotie wljereio smo'dred fin a c! Irish Witty Before Foe. Col. Xucent. eommamling ffflcpr ef he Itish guards, at the auunai dimif r of the V.'inilsor aod Eton liantb'r i f commerce, told a story e-f an Iris'i soldier in the last war. At iiiFk of a day tbro'ighont which thy bod b-en lyln? under heavy fi-'1. an officer caw led up with ordr for the t:ttalicn to assault, upon hik the I-'irhman fot cp. siook tirnatJ" and said: "Anl whi r Eot?" On another orrasU.n , wh a a E;aa . r-.i'e.-I nt tbe l's d a f,fitr n 1i"t'.i M a fifrzeint st.oEtfd i H- Id jtr row. j-r cowardlr j skut; there's a -non oer there who's , 1. st I s head, ar.d te La.n t t.J a Today Yesterday CltlM' Close' Au.al. Copper ""Vi "'" Am. Sugar Rfg 13.1 U'ti Atil.is.m loo'i y."2 IN.. Ptd I"P, P'l'a It. atiti O P'S 1'7:!, i:. R. T 7 ::", C. and N. W 170:4 !' C. M. and St. P. ...IP'. 115', Cel... i and I I' 3: II. and It. O il 4JT- m.. PM. s-: S2' Cl. Not. Pfd 112 111', It ti r. Mc's. 15" 1 1' I., r.n.l N 122'i 1-1 i Mo. Pac 'e'7- M. K. and T !2 '- V. Y. C 1 Nor. Pac 13s'4 I'lt"'! Pac. Mail 3"2 2,"- l'ettii 1 !2" 131 ' p. (.. s C.as 1a 1"7 Reading 132'i (.IM I land 24 2 04 IMd M S. n. Pac Ilx". 118 H u. Jiy 2- ' 2 'z I ii.o!i Pa'- 17k1 1 . I . K. St.--l 5.: 7..', w,. pfd. 111". III-'. Wal.a-h is' I"'s ... P! 1 ! I t !tl I t i 'Il ft'i ' " ' GOVERNMENT BONDS. it. tot ;i.2 :'? i...i'C'. i-i". t. 2 - in i-n . . . i"2'2 i R. t .: .. I -' 1"" ( . i n :;-! 1,"" 1 " V. - 5' S .IP'1.- li'' . 1 ni'i,-'n ...l2"'x !-"' . I .i2-; cows as Slei I S i K ICS and le ::'"! ;:. Receipt CATTLE. 2.- CATI.K -R.- lleef Steers feeders 305'J( it'ei s 55'Kiti5it; Tev i: low i aat. I 1 711'! t.5 ti. Vt a. Ten to 1" NEW New Yt I k, c, ipts ,... .". IH'ijd 111 YORK GRAIN. Feb. 2. -WnrcT-jfe-S,mi ea.-y; No. 2 t"d elealer and 111 foil. a.'luat. Opiiotis less. Ma lll'j, CORN - Rer. i,' li, i. Spot a- tor and Us f. i 1. K to I !i d j to n Notice Is hereby given to all p1 sons interested, that the City Cm cil of the City of Cairo, lllleoi;' by Ordinance- No. lii, approv vombor 12th. A. 1), F.OiS, orde iniproveitient, of Thirty-fourtl;' from the west, line of Cntj, av( mie to the east line tf 1 ton avenue, in the City ("f Cairo, County of Alexander and State of Illinois, by tlie ceui-1 1 ucl ion thereon of t vilriiied brick pavement and brick catch basin;", and combined coi erete curb and gutter on hoi h fides of said street, and that, . sal I ordinance No. 177 is on file in the office of the City Clerk of the sai l , City of Cairo, at No. 1111 Commer cial avenue, and that the whole y, 1 the cost of said improvi'mci he amount lug to twenty-one thousa anil two hundred and ninety-six th lars and forty-seven cents ($21,2! 17). is. 'by the terms of said oi nance No. 177. approved Novenil 12. I'.iOS. to be paid by special t atiop of the property fronting obittting on. ( v contiguous to. t' improvement, including strtj railway property, and no part said cost, of said Improvement Is M 1 1 1 1 tttt ftttt tttt tt t ttt Ite aid bv the public, and that l.ij J sail CU.v of Cairo has applied to Ihjf AMIIQFMFMTQ " I'liniitt- Cm i-i n' A exam or I niiiil'l filllwwbllll.il w r erwictn C. A. ur Praitatanl Chas. fssichttf VtePrfant J. H. Galllitii Csoh-us Frank f nr Aiitan Ca'.Mtai Aeea mt Mraorttlona in 1k4W uais gpeelally solicltad. Cxcnar., furnliht, ta any part h wirtit, Alexander Counlv a Savings Bank serv CAIHO, ILLINOI TKICTLY A SAV!NC BANK vi.'.m .....tS,Mi 'mil is,' ,-"arpia ; ina ,n'"' OrFICcRt a. 1lm B-.-ta, O, latler Vit-Iraftn1 H. Qalllian..- ..CaNt sonaak tncr .....Assistant CatHtef not'f i. H. tis.lfaaM C. O. Pati c. v. nn N. B. Thlctlw4 (Mm ParMNtf VeC detf A- B,,, tectih- y cllJm. King ,Jha. PuM J). I. LanaricM 'He said Bad Habits. Where is John, my dear?' was going out to get a little ozone In bis system." "1 tell you, Jane, If you don't look out, he'll have himself all broke down with them drugs." ADDITIONAL PERSONALS. Al Meyers, formerly of Cairo, now the Cincinnati cigar man, Is In the city. i.i 33 edit, I'xpi.t i - ; No. 2, 71 z i-li'vn ob. afloat. Optioii, wt r. May Tn-v OATS R' M.ndy: mix. 57'2: i lipped ceipts 33, "Oil. Spi d :.n5)v, whit.- 5p. white 5i;i:.Ti 02. MINNEAPOLIS Miilteapoli-', F'll. May li"', : July lov'i V l No. 1 moth, itoitht in P'7'z'-. jus. WHEAT. 2, WHEAT if, s. in 11 o; No. 2 The Land of England. Twelve thousand .i-o n hmii.'red and ninety-one lrsiins own four lif hs of th noil cf Ki.pland. th-tr acciega'e .roirt-r?y. txdu.sive ,f that within the Bitrojvi:i'an bjuiilarie?, t-ine 4'J.DO. 775 acr. s In po'rtt of fact, the nam her ( f owners of four f.Pbs i f tb Em; Iih land i n ar r 5 o.. than 12.0'0 Of these l.') a re if..:m-n. and four or five of ? b'- f.'.tw up the rtst. New Vork Arnetlian. ben wife. I; li'.t to ex- Ate. n C e. jm.te ' Saw- In :v.e j a;r that a f Pen- r ".) f-r t'te-4?;r.!t In tti lrk " ?nii.'1i "I' Tmllf-S for LolJ'.sg. t.jt.r Hi''d I-sreiKJn. Miftjatinj Circun-starcea. A I boa !!;. ia r m i J'' t grfifti-, f. r f.rtir.i; w sth bi v.n It I ordjr fair ' i .u'vk that U I t j at. i 1 dt t , , b ! If i.s.1 Ti:..-s 1 r. " fit. The Greedy Caterpitiar. nfa'r; 3jr ( b f L'h en's f v w s- Jjea ii!y v .-!'. --! . e w A -f" w , : 1 w t Illinois, for an assessment of th whole of the cost of said improv. inent. according to the benefit - an in accordance with the provisions ( said ordinance; and an assessnie tin reof having l-e:l made and tin lie ! to said Court, the final he ing thereon will lie had at. Co F n iar Term. A .!. i:m!t. of Cot it. nt the Court house in t'e i.i' Cairo. Illinois, on Monday, twenty second da? of February. l'tt:' at the hour of ft o'clock A. of raid day or as soon thereald r as th.- business of ,'il 1 Court will per nit At! rersons desiring may (.!' nbji ctions in sai l Court before Fail day. and tnav then and there appear on the peaiing and make their de fef'f . The said as-'cKS'iiont Is pnyah'e in ten flm annual installments. All In tai!m. t.ts iil te ar Interest. n pr.i vided by statute, at the rate of five Ci per ci tit. p' r annum. Dated. Cairo. IliinoK January A. D. I'""! MICHAEL J. HOVYEEY. Comtnissiotier. ! (ISallCM Moonshiner's Dauqhter. The most blasa theatre g(Mr will surely find something of interest in "The Moonshiners' Daughter" which comes to the Cairo opera house on Saturday Feb. t'.th, matinee and night The play 's a strouir V'l'i p ,h" Ticket Agent. Cairo, III. A. H. HANSON, Passenger Traffic Manajer. 8. G. HATCH, General Passenger Asent if 1 IMaraat ra!4 en Tlrte Keaait. Cairo City Transfer Lino atriMsor to Et.olti ft WalUra J, H. KIERCE, Prop. All kla4a mt Hauling Dona frmalljrj rotN Phonaa 1tl lltf Washlniten Atra, Ca'rtv TTIfnefi. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CL'iM'RAL ROLTE TO Hi e4 Is .1 of CHANCERY NOTICE. State t.f Illinois. Alexander County, fs In the Alexander County Cir- uit Court. Ffbruary term. A. D. 1309. In Chancery Sitting. Miles G. Axtey. Complainant v. Pm.inah Axley. Ih f. ti lant, PRl in Chrncery for Divorce. The above named defendant D her-by notified that said complain ant !' i this day fi'ed hi fall Court a certain bill In 1'haneery for Divorce acaia-t l.er and that Summotis I a !;:!, I thereon rt ori ilde on t.ie f!:st diy of the nef term of sail Court, t i he 1 .el b ti rf tl." eotjrt ho'r-- in Caim P' itoisi, t,n the 8th day ( f I'el ru.r n t Cairo. i;;r.o!. Jan. A AI f RI7D 1 ROWS T. -T 0"!E. 'i..,,;.:.il" i:.t' P.-"clt or. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to February lit. 1309. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Traine Leave Cairo: 1:05 a m. Dally ChlcaM Veptlbule Llm'ted. arrlvlna; Chlcaito 11:39 a, in 2:23 a. m.. Dally St. Ixn1s Nlfht Liu ited, arriving St. Lnula 7;"$ a. m. Sleeptig car open at S;$0 p. m. 5:00 t. m Chlcaro Dally Ixpreaa fii-i p Sunday. 5:00 a. St. Louis Morale Wi -r'.s eett Sunday. 11:14 a. m, EL Lorle Taat ValL 11:15 a. -n, Ctlraito Mid ds Special ?:35 p. .n, raHy St Louis Limited. 2:33 n m Afteriioon Rxpresa f r Odin. EtfiDRham, MattHn. Champaign 5:10 p .m, Tbebes Acconsnao latlon. 7:15 p. m, Cbirato aad Xaatera Kr press. The Fa . Pr'd f'ri am at -i a tnr-'-t'"m a"-? ret-irru to.T.e axrain to " r th fill r-f xr' w:t.i; ttit be iwl etea T e t.iX'- : .vi-j.c f. w ! tail a' p dog j- $2 l.l. NOTICE. " Jii" Jin 1 an I .".! Ins :: r. r'-pief-,i 1 1 "-. 1111 Commerri t! f v op. The tax on a 1 JOHN FHEEHAV. 7:30 a. m MempPIa and NasttrH'e 3:30 a. m, Mcmphta and Naw Or ,v-s Ltadted. t-21a. Palurah wad Lonlay'Ra. Dally afniik!a aai New Ka kTii'.a, OaPa -tton AretBmoat1oa ,. m, Tadtra!! and Iculat1"e fC p. Uen-rtla ea4 New O t i S; 'a!. nr th" 'i .b tickets, elepif t rr ai .- x: "dttlor.s an! further tfonea Uan a; p'y at Il'dnole Central r tT Ftatlon. CaJrit ITL J. H. JONES, Ticket Aieet. C A. HATCH. G. P. A. j m utmmnm ... T mmm. 1 VIA IMKMINtilUM Columbus, Albany and Waycross, in eon neetlon with the Central of l.Bomla Hy. and the Atlantic Coast l.tiie. tin aud after Oct ober INth from Chicago, a THROUGH BIEEFINQOAFt will be run from Chicago to Jacksonville via the above routu, irsvlng chicane dally al 7 p. m on the Kill pliiK car nwiiun (coaca wtlnn coiifcolltlatud with iftptn,i mrsecttoai at Carbunitaie, leavlmt ( 'hlratto t (e'tO p. in.) of the l.tiiilt.-. train for the South, arriving at lilrmlnKhaiu :t i'. p. m. nt-xt day aud a .larksonvllle at 7:"0 the -ooni morning Hultet Library car out ofChlravo and DiningCars Servingall Meals EnRooft PI reel connection! at Jackaonvltta for all pelnu In Cl'.ri.ta and for Stcatuhi't fof Cuha an4 Ntwiiu. Tlcki'ta, nwervatlonii. Information, train time and ratea may he had of your local auuul H. . II KM , ii. P, A Chicago. Hi. A. II. IIANsaV, J T. M Chicago, 111. MOBILE &0HI0 R. R Corrected to February 1, 10C9. ' Time ef Trains at 1 CAIRO 1 No. No. No. No. euthheMM Express, Daily, Iv Expreta, Da ly, Iv . .1.53 p.m 2:17 a.m Nerthbeune" Expreta, Dady, Iv Express, Da ly, Iv. 1:50 .1:32 p.m am 1. H. VON It, Tlakee Am. i River Transportation Lee Line Steamers For Memphis aad Way landings SADIE LEE lrarslicrv lhurda. S. p. in. TEHRS ill leasts Monday. Icb. I. a. m. lor radocah, Fiansiile. Urns- ilk, I incinnali aod ialcrrofdiaJc laadifl.as rniRs in I earn Salarday. Icb. f. a. n. Fee Fre ;-t ad P ?"y t Ha'I'dsv V Fh :i rs ha,ft?t C ROBERT f. LEE. C EOURM. General MaBe? L F. A P. A Cererat Off 'tea. &owh Froet Strati, Memph fe Tr