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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORlthW,' FEBRUARY 21, 1909.
. .1 - - I 'SLfx':TT -: ; 7".' . ' V , .t.S ' - ' - J O OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO D o o o o o D o o o o o o o o o o o o WANT . ADS IN Tlin CAIRO BULLCTIH ARD READ EVERY MORN ING IN BO 00 FAMILIE3 The Want Columns of the Bulletin ate consulted Jby hundreds of people every morning In search of real estate bargains, articles for sale, lost or found, sit uations wanted and vacant. RATES. One Insertion, per word ' . Three Insertions, ner word One Week, per word . One Month, per word No advertisement Inserted for less than CQc o oooooooooooooooooooooo THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Fatee For Classified Notices. One Insertion, per word 01 Three Insertions, per word 02 One week, per word 05 One mouth, per word... IS No advertisement inserted for less than twenty-flye cents. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room In new modern cottage, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife, 821 Twenty-second street - FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms with board, steam Tieat, elec tric lights and bath. Apply 931 Wal nut street ROOM For 2.5.) per week. light housekeeping, 1D05 Poplar street FOR RENT Good business place t 1311 Washington avenue la for j.i-nt, store room 25x80. Apply to John Courgols fSil RENT Five-room cottage at 2500 Holbrook avenue. Inquire 2C0G HolProok avenue. FOR RENT House 517 Twenty firth street. Seven rooms, bath, lights and furnace. Apply to M. Casey, 404 Walnut. FOIt RENT 5 -room cottage, ply 2727 Holbrook. Ap- FOR RENT Room at 28 8th St. FOR RENT Furnished front room, 232 Twenty-eighth street. FOR RENT Eight room hous?, fciis iiud bath, on Thirty-fifth street. Rent reasonable. Apply 410 Thirty fifth -street. ' FOR SALE. FOR SALE 1 12S - National . Cash register used 3 months for $G0. Ap ply 104 Commercial avenue. . FOR SALI& Ash wood. Big two horse load for $1.50. Home Phone 241 R. Lon Sheperd. FOR SALE Cord wood seasoned, four feet long. $3.25 cord delivered. Phone Cairo 760 W. C. R. Penn. FOR SALE Three beautiful resi dence lots, Twenty-eighth and Syca more. Inquire O. B. Archibald, care Cairo Lumber Co. FOR SALE One 5-year old team bay mares about 2f0 lbs. Straight nnd sound. City broke. Two pure tiied Hereford bulls coming 2 years. Good individuals and registered. A few choice Poland China Pigs. Also 15. p. Rock chickens. Call or writ? Herman Bunch, McClure, III. FOR SALE Fifty acre farm In drainage district 3 miles from Cairo r:i03 Washington avenue. FOR SALE One Buffalo concrete ' mixer Kood .as new. One 18 II. P. 1 jimmert , . hoisting engine very cheat). Rich Construction Co. FOR SALE Household furniture. 414 Walnut street. FOR. SALE One vacant lot on Sixteenth street near Commercial avenue. Inquire 1C01 Commercial avenue. , TTT NEW ORLEANS AND RETURN $16.70 VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Tickets sold February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 ami 22, good return ing until March -let, with au extension limit under certain conditions until March 1:3, 1909. J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent. S. G. HATCH, Geu. Pass. Agent. v ' o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ,01 .02 .03 .13 t o ROOMS AND BOARD. WANTED Room and board for couple in private family. References exchanged. Address' Uox 8 mis office. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED Salesmen of ability and neat appearance to call on all mer chants In their territory; elegant side line, convenient to carry; good com mission; prompt remittance, Belmont Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, O. ' WANTED Railway Mail Clerks. Salary $800 to $1400. Examinations in Cairo May 15th. Common educa tion sufficient. Candidates prepared free. Write immediately. Frankln In stitute, Rochester, N. Y. WANT:--Young men to' learn au tomobile business by mail and pre pare for posilions as chaff eurs and re pair men. We make you expert in ten weeks; assit you to secure a po sition. Pay big; work pleasaut; de mand for men great;, reasonable: write for particulars and sample les son. Empire Automobile Institute, Rochester, N- Y. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Girl to answer 'phone Inquire at once. Bulletin office. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Prompt and good work. Miss Mia nie Klee, stenographer, The Ilalliday. MISCELLANEOUS. Safety razor blades sharpened at 2 14 cents each. 2021 Washington. C. A." Petit. WANTED Rooms to paper; $2.50 up complete. Home Phone 580 L. Prof. Jacob Pottgen, of New York, nas the pleasure to announce that he has just located in Cairo as violinist uf Vanosten's Orchestra, and will re ceive pupils-at his studio, 3208 Syca more street. Special attention given to beginners and children. Terms reasonable. . . VANOSTEN'S ORCHESTRA. Available for dances, receptions, private parties, etc. Office 104 Eighth street. Residence 3208 Sycamore. Home Phone 744. SITUATIONS WANTED Advertisements of not exceeding three lines will be accepted free for one week's time from any reader of The Bulletin to be filed by advertiser in person, on regular form, at the of fice of The Bulletin Company, 703 Ohio street. The Bulletin Company assumes no responsibility for any ad- vertlsemeit or statement made there In and will not accept under this heading the notice of any persoi known to be employed. WANTED Position as nurse In confinement cases. Apply 1110 Cedar street. STATIONARY ENGINEER-Wants situation 7 years experience can do steam fittina; and (firing. Address "Engineer," this office. WANTED Situation as I dlish washer arid allround kitchen man Address Experience I B. 404 Mound City, 111. For Ball a Centary Wood's Fever PUls have been known as the only sure eure for Chill id Fever and all Bl'lo it and Malarial disease. AS a Blood Purifier and In building up a run down yktem they have no equal. For Sale by all local Druggists. i z Stocks j Bonds a Cereals I ... : V- . - - t STOCKS DECLINED Steel Trade Position Was the One Topic of Discussion in the Market Yesterday. fct, . New York, Feb. 20. The steel trade position was the one subject of discussion in the stock market to day. The chaotic condition into which the steel trade lias been thrown by the announced determina tion of the Pnited States Steel cor poration to niotMty prices In such wise as is necessary to secure busi ness is fully equalled by the confus ion of the speculative opinion, as to the results to be apprehended from this action. , There was evidence in the current comment in the stock market of oh'uol confusion over the motives which prompted the action of the steel interests. Railroad stocks wer? relatively Utile affected by the de moralization in stell industrials and there was a groping effect to read only advantage for railroads in the open market for steel products. Suggestions that the object lesson was intended to influence the pend ing tarin revision were coivmlerad with uneasiness as were the post bllities of wage reductions ami re sulting labor troubles. Some minor steel companies' stocks weer much demoralized and clumped violently. The fall in United States steel was more re s' t mined, influenced by the world wide participation In the market for that stock. The liquidation in United Stnies Steel was constant however. f.iuf its last price of 40 was the low est of the day. The break in Colorado Fuel reached over 7 points, Republic Steel preferred fi, common more than Pennsylvania suffered a decline of 2 points in accordance wiFi the large proportion of its traffic ivliich is made up of steel and sioel products. Outsidt" of this and Reading's 2- polnt decline, the losses i;l the rail road list, were moderate and at times (luring the short session there were points of strength in that depart ment. The bank statement disdos-esl strengthening of the banking peti tion which has been effected during the woek. PROVISIONS. BUTTER Firm and unchanged. CHEEPE Firm and imf hanged. EGGS Unsettled and lower; w( st ir 27t4-28. COFFEE Options closed steady net unchanged to 15 points higher. Rules 43.300 bags. March W i'it ji!: not firm: No. 7 Rio 88; mild bteady; Cordova 013. SUGAR Raw nominal; fair ren.i ,? 31 J fi-317; centrifugal 90 tet HOI i;;C7; molasses sugar 2S0Q202; re fined steady. NEW YORK MONEY. New York, Feb. 20. Money on call 0mit1.1l. Time loans dull ami easy, sixty days 2 2ft per cent; ninety- lav 2st per cent; six months ..w per cent. Mercantile paper 3 (Ti2'A per cent. Sterling exchange strong, demand 487.75 80; sixty- lays 485.23. Bar sllv?r u0. NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Feb. 20. Today Yesterday Close Close Amal. Copper 72 73 Am. Sugar Rfg. ...130 130 Atchison 101 i'-' Do. Pfd 102 11176 D. and 0 107 107Vi B. R. T OAs, 71 C. and N. W 170 170 C. M. and St. P 144 . H5'i Colo F. and 1 21 31 D. and R. 0 44 5 Do. Pfd "87 87 Gt. Nor. Pfd HI 11 Illinois Central HHi Inter. Mets 147i 13 Do. Pfd. 41 42 U and N 127 120 Mo. Pac : C9 70 M. K. and T 1 41, N. Y. C 12G . 120 Nor pac 138 138 Pac. M-uil 31 32 Penn 128. 1307, People's Gas ....r.lH 111 Reading 128 130 Rock Island 23 23 Do. Pf-L C2 02 Sou. Tac 117 118 Sou. Ry 24 ' 23 Union Pac 177 177 V. S. Steel 40 48 Do. . Pfd 1U I12 , Wabash 18 18 Do. Pfd 47 19 Western Union ..... C!4 c0,, GOVERNMENT BONDS. Refunding 2's reg.. .101 Rfdg. 2's coupon ...101 101 Registered 3's jOO 100 Coupon 3's 110 H0 N'ew 4 s reg 11 119 12) ew 4 couiwn ....120 DOG TAX NOTICE. I will pay 50c for every dog brought 1 police headquarters, that tax is not paid on. which will be killed accord ing-to law. JOHN S1IEEIIAN, , t Street Supervisor GRAINS FELL OFF Bulge in Wheat Brought Out Real izing and to This Is At tributed Weakness. Chicago, Fpb. 2V FLOUR; Finn in moderate demand; winter patent $.05 5.30, straights $1.75. 5.03, spring patents $3.50 7. 3i), stiainght-i $1.00g'6.10, bakers $2.751i 4.20. WHEAT May reached a new high record for the season early, selling at $1.10, but weakened, closing :ii VhV4 lower than yesterday's close. The advance was due to buying by prominent longs and local ahrts, who were actuated by the advance at Liv erpool. The bulge brought out lib eral realizing sales, to which is at tributed the weakness. The demand for cash wheat was brisk. No. 2 red $1.207ift .1.2:!, No. ;! red $1.1S1.24, No. 2 hard $t.i:jTi 1.10. No. li hard $1.07 1.15. May opened $1.13 i 1.15; highest $1.10'4, low est $1.14, closing $1.13, duly $1.01. CORN Local holders sold freely on anticipated liberal movement next week; causing a sharp decline in all deliveries. The decline of tt in cash corn was a weakening factor. The close was at the levvest point of the day. No. 3 C30lc, No. 3 white 05.;, No. .3 yellow G4c, May opened C5riG5?se, highest 057c, lowest C3c, closing 115 o. July fi4l-i!1ic. OATS Weakened under realizing sales by loral longs, vbi.li caused final losses of , the latter in September. No. 2 white 54 34'ic, No. 3 whit-: same, May opened ;j;..,c, highest 55 c, lowest 51c, closing 5!c, July 49. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Chicago, Feb. 20. The following car loads represent the day's move ments. Flour , Wheat Corn , Oats . ) 23 4.1 237 2i;'2 04 380 2!IX CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Feb. 20. CATTLE: Se- ceipts 300 head, steady and unchang ed from yesterday. liOOS Receipts 14.0(10 head, steady light $0(5 0.3.'l, mixed $G.05!f'S.4, heavy $0.50 0.55. rough $0.05raG.20, good to choice henvy ?0.20'C.45. SHEEP Receipts 1.50!); Heat!. steady; sheep $3.235.00, lambs $3.i lit 7.G.I. ST. LOUIS CATTLE. St. Louis, Feb. 20. CATTLE: Re ceipts 100 head, steady and unchang ed.' HOGS Receipts 2,500 head, steady ranged $1.5u 0.65. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis. Feb. 20. WHEAT May $1.11 ti. duly fl.llTiW1.12, cash. No. 1 Northern $1.12. 1.13, No. ? Northern $1.10 1.1 1 Vi. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York, Feb. 20. WHEAT: H'- eiptB 22,000 bush, exports 5,00(1 biuh. s'pot Irregular; No. 2 red 01.21 nt levator and $1.22 afloat, options un settled and net higher, May $1.10. CORN Receipts '.',000 bush, ex- iorts 1,000 bush, spot steady, optlot.s closed net lower, May 727hC. OATS Receipts 11,0), exports 12,000, spot firm. PUBLIC NOTICE. Cairo, Illinois, February 17, 1900. Public notice is hereby Riven that on the 2nd day of March. 1909, at the ' usual hour and place of meeting it the city council of the City of Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois, the under signed, Cairo and St. Louis Railway company, will present petitions and apply to said city council for the grant to it, its successors and as signs, by ordinance of the right to construct, maintain ami operate a railroad track, with poles and wires and all necessary or convenient equipment, appliances and ap purtenauces for said track, in. upon, over and along the sur face of Thirty Eighth street from its intersection with Commercial ave nue to and across its intersection wi.n Potdar street with the necessary curves and extensions to connect said track with the track now operated by the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chl- ago A- St. Louis Railway Com pany on Commercial Avenue an 1 with the property of the un- ersicned. Cairo 4c St. l)uis Rail way Company, located north of Thirty-Eighth Street and west of Poplar Street, in said City of Cairo. CAIRO Sc ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY. By L. E. FISCHER, General Manage.. Tke Best aUrraUlag Brisk Is the War'.i in BTTLM It all e .r, finnr'N ail tuaft MEN ARE POWERLESS r Flht Anlnt Ulwase lnl" They Btrlke at (lie Indprlylaz Cmatt. To treat Dandruff, and Falling" Hair, with Irritant or oils on which1 a para iitic perm will prosper.' IS lfke. scooping' water Trum the ocean to prevent the tide from rising. Tou cannot necompIlBh a. satisfactory cure without having a right understand Ing of tho fundamental causes of tha trouble. Tou must kill the randniff Oerm. Newbro's Ilrpldde does this heeatise It Is specially made to do that very thing. When the germ Is removed, the hair has no choice but to resume healthy growth and beauty. "Destroy the cause, you remove tha effect." a Sold by leadlnp drupgrists. fend 10c. m stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Dttrolt, Mich. Two sizes 50 cents anfl $1.00. Paul G. Schuh & Sons, Special Agenta ATLANTIC FLEET OFJFJHE GAPES (Concluded From First Page.) or distinguished quests ofthe occasion. At 1:30 o'clock the tiect will be ready to drop anchor. One hour later near Admirul Sperry. his staff and the cap tains of tho battleships will go aboard the Mayllower to pay their respects to President Roosevelt and Secretary of the Navy Newberry. Monday night there will be brilliant social festivi ties at the Hotel Chamberlain at Old Point Comfort in honor of the officer of the returning fleet. , - Thousands Will See Review. The great naval spectacle on Mon 'lay will be witnessed by hundreds of thousands ashore and alloat. In an ticipation of the event the hotels at Old Point Comfort and other points in this vicinity already are fliiing with visitors. From the government pier at Fortress Monroe thousands will view the imposing speciacie. Steamers, launches and other craft of ail descriptions will be pressed In to service to cany the throngs who want to see the Heel at close range. As the first vessel of the column enters the Roads the reverbcraling boom et cannon- will speed t'.nuul. 'ring ;,nd echoing over the far-famed wa ters where nearly half a century ago Hie Monitor and the Merlmac met in the memorable conflict winch brought into being the armored craft of war. For upwards of an hour the continu ous roar of Palmes will bn kept tip while the great fl'tlnlng nnudiiiK-s in Until' gayest holiday dress, their sides manned with bluejackets at atten tion, steam past th" president V jacht and lake up their .positions In 'lie safe aneiioi a?;e of the Roads. The spectacle is well calculated to form a fitting climax to the most remarkable, trip ever recorded In naval annals. m BENO & WILLIAMS TIN, COPPER and SHEET IRON WORKS Sols agents for th PERFECT PANTRY tha Bug Proof and Germ Proof Method of kesplnfl Groceries In tha houaa. Ask our aoticitor to call. 810-12 Commercial Avenue Cairo Phono 4f7. Iron Mountain Ry. Jan. 11. 1000. .Trains at Cairo, III. Departures . -.. . , , 1 .....I.- 7 40 a. m No. 4.(1 I.t- e dally 3,up.m 1 ,. , . 1 ...... . , Arrival .1 . ..i.-a 4liv ll:!VtS.m No. 4f Arrives daily - " P - Arrivals and deeart'.ircs from wharfboat foot of Kigtitn mrevi. J. E. IIHY. Aot 4 A Taint MaNKB ''rirf coavKiHTs ac . !. ".-- ' "-r or., i. f wl.rii.-r. as !.,.r..t-v-tlr!- "t""'!!. ftASOtlW -'"it f.pnia 1n-n u.r.nw'1 Vault C. Ilrt ij'mm'u. i'-.uiet in l Scientific American. A t-anfflfrrnn-r.'1-l t. T vtft r;r- MiiCo.8,B ' NewYorH ferlLch V.VV. CSr, Waat!iv . - 0 I 1 , L I. 45 ... i - nm mm Sf"V 7 afcltAe'j, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. MARDI GRAS ' At New Orleans. Feb. 23, 1909. Brilliant spectacular features. Mar di Gras Carnival Automobile Races, Ask for profusely illustrat ed folder describing the Mardl Gras, FLORIDA, The "Central Route to Florida via r.lrminsliam. Through sleeping car dally from Chicago to Jackson ville. Fla. Buffet-Library car ser vice and dining cars serving all meals. Ask for special Florida folder. HAVANA, CUBA, Via New Orleans or via Floildi. Steamship service from NV-w Or leuus to Havana about every ten days. Daily except Sunday steam ' ship service from Knights Key. Four sailings per week from Pott Tampa Send for Illustrated iolder en Cuba, OLD MEXICO, Reached direct by rail, routes through New Orleans; thus afford ing an opportunity to visit that unitjue city without additional ex pense in the matter of car fare. Send' for illustrated folder entitled "Mexico via New Orleans." Tour of all Mexico, via Illinois Cen tral R. R. under escort of Rcau Canmbell. General Manager the American Tourist Association, Mar quette" Building, Adams and Dear born Streets, Chicago, leaves Chi cago January 2G. Select clientele. Limited. All exclusive privileges, Independent travel. Special Pull man vestibule train, drawing-rooms, Compartments. Library and Music mom, with the largest dining car in the world, and the famous open top observation car, Chllllitll. Spec ial baggage car. Tickets include all expenses everywhere. PANAMA, Via the Illinois Central to New Or leans and from thence by weekly steamship direct to Colon, connect ing with railroad for City of Pan ama. Elegant new steamships In the service. Send for folder entitled "Panama and Central America via New Orleans." VICKSBURG, MISS., Contains Vicksbtirg National Mill tar.t Park, commemorating the sit ge and defense of the city. An interesting place to visit en route to New Orleans. Send for hand nomely illustrated book entitled "Vicksbtirg for the Tourist." HOT SPRINGS, ARK., The only line running dally sleep ing car 'through without change, Chicago to Hot Springs. D nlng Car service. Send for Illustrated folder describing Hot Springs. - . Above Literature free for the asking. Rates, train time, tickets and all particulars of Illinois Central agents and those of connecting lines. A. II. HANSO.V, P.T.M., Chicago, III. S. G. HATCH, G. P. A.. Chicago, Ilk ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Wlrwer Tourists Tickets, Cairo to Aberdeen Miss., and return fll.l Cairo to Durant, Miss., and re turn 11.11 Cairo to Jackson, Miss., and re turn II. H airo to McConih, Miss., and re turn ....11.11 Cairo to Hammond, La., and re turn xi.M Caiid to New Orleans, La., and return 11.11 Also to Tourist polnta In Florida, Miteisaioni. Louisiana. Texas and New Mexico. Tickets sold daily un til April 30th, good returning until May 31st, l'J09. J. H- JONES, Ticket Agent, Cairo, III A. II. HANSON, Passenger Traffic Manager 8. O. HATCH, General rassenger Agent ILLINOIS CENTRAL Corrected to February 1st, 1909. THE FA8T MAIL ROUT! Trains Leave Cairo: 1:05 a. m. Daily Chicago Vestibule Limited, arriving Chicago 11:11 a. m. 2:25 a. m, Dallf Bt. l-ouia wtgni Limited, arriving St Louis 7:01 a. m. Sleeptig car open it l:W p. m. 6:00 .1. m, Chicago Dairy aupreas except Sunday. 6:00 a. BL Louie atoraig ga- .tress. except Sunday. 11:15 a. m, SL Loria Faat Man. 11:15 a. tn, Chicago Mid day Special 9:85 d. m- Dally St Loula Limited. 9!S!! n m- Afternooa Bxpreae for Odin. Effingham. Mattoon. Cnampalgn 6:10 p .m, Thebea Aeeonuatoaeuon. 7:15 p. m, Chicago and Kaaterm Br press. 1:30 a. m, Memphla and Kaahrille, 3:30 a. m, Memphla and New Or leans Limited. a-oo a. m Ptducah aad LoolsTllle. 1:41 p. m. Dally Merapfcla aid New Orleans. 1:41 p. m. Dally NaJaTffle. cnatt noora and Atlanta. a-sn d. m rultom Aeeontmodauoa. K-.a n. m raducan aad LoulSTllle. :00 p. nt Mempala and New Or leans SpeciaL For through tlcaete. aleeplng ear accommodation a and farther Informa Uon apply at Illlnola CeatraJ Faasea rr RtarJnn. Cair o flL - 4. M. JONES, TlekH Ageirt fc A. MATCH, a F. A. A. M, HAN ION, fees, TraxTIe Ma. SMITH BROTHERS THE Bra STORE 1300-2 WASHINGTON AVENUE Coalers in everything Jthat is good to Eat, Use and Wear. Exelusivt Agents tor BLANKE'S Celebrated Coffee. . Alexand f Bank Commercial Avenue and Eighth St. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital , .$100,000 . 100,000 Surplus OFFICERS E. A. Buder President Chas. Feuchter Vice President J. H. Galligan Cashier Frank Spencer Assistant Cashier Accounts of corporations and Individ uals especially solicited. Exchange furnished to any part of the world. Alexander County Savings Bank ,1 CAIRO, ILLINOIS. STRICTLY A SAVINGS BANK Capital $50,000 Surplus ,. $50,000 OFFICERS E. A. Buder ...President C. O. Patier Vice President J. H. Galliaan... ..Cashier Frank Spencer Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS E. A. Buder Thos. Boyd Wm. Kluge J. H. Galligan C. O. Patier C. V. Neff N. B. Thistlewood George Parsons Chas Feuchter D .S. Lansden Interest paid on Time Deposits. Cairo City Transfer Line Successor to Stolts & Walters J. H. KIERCE, Prop. AM kinds of Hauling Done Promptly. Both Phones 123 1111 Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL ROUTE TO VIA BIRMINGHAM Col umbos, Albany and Wayeross, in eon- neotlon with the Central of Ueorgta y. ana the Atlantic Coaat Line. Un and after Oct ober 18th from Chicago, a THROUGH BLEEPINaOAR will be run from Chicago to Jacksonville via tha ahova route, leavlni Chlease dally St 7 p. m on the sleeping car aecUen teoaeB. aectlon coneolldated with aleeplng ear saeUon at t arbondale, leaving Chicago at 60 . m.J of the Limited train for the South, arriving at Birmingham S.16 p. m. next day and a Jacksonville at 70 the second morning Buffet-Library Car out of Chicago and .: j DiningCarsServingall Meals EdRobU Direct connection at Jacksonville tot all polnta In Florida and for Steamship tot Cuba ana Namau. Ticket. reMrvatlon, InformaUon, train time and rate may be had of your local agent 8. O. HATCH. . P. A,, Chicago, ill. A. H. HANSON. P. T. M.. Chicago, HU MOBILE & OHIO R. R Conected to February 1, 1909, Time el Tralna H rrZ CAIRO , - ' Nerthbeiinal " rT T No. I Express, Dally, lv .'...10 Jti No. 4 Expreaai' Dally, l t'A7 a.m I 1 7"" tl- 4-fc l ajMthkMiif T f 7 No. 1 Express, Daily, lv 1:50 pn No. I Express, Daily, lv....1:32 .m f. H. ONIi. TUkeel Ageart. River Transportation Lee Line Steamers For Padocah, Evansvllle, toals- vlllf , Cincinnati and Intcrmciiaw landings. PETERS LEE , Leaves Saturday, Eeb. 19, i. a. For Memphis and Way Landings SADIE LEE Leaves Every Fridays. 5 p. n. PETERS LEE Leaves Monday, Mar. l. p. m. For Freight and Passage apply at Halliday A Phillips Wharfpoat. Cairo ROBERT E. LEE. C OUJWE.. General Manaser. af t.ir: General, Ortiee. 4 South Front Street Memphis. Tern. County National FLORTD fi