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THE CAIRO BULLETIN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1910.
I . .... , i ., , ,. I,,,-. iii I Ml iM T I II 1 I t4.7 I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. I . . II 71 t i . zzrrit . I Jl lpg II i Stocks, Bonds, Cereals jj i! On Finding or Renting i $mml&l ' " '"7 ' ; a cooiRoom xmmrm H nrninrniu iiirivliiiiirit uiiri mm Home h magic wort. If yon bare none, the next best thine to share the good home of tome one else. Thie is a city of good homes. Many here an ex tra Room. Do you want one ? Our little Want Ade will find what yon want. And u you who read thie, have an extra Room to Rent use a Utile Want Ad In thie paper to tell the ecores that want one. Choose the one you want to take thto your home. All for a few penniesl And yet to make dollars to help pay your rent Read and Answer Today's Want Ads PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rate For Claealflea! Metis. ijnt insertion, per wordY. .... AX fhree tnaertlona. ner wrd.... .2 bne week. ei word...".".'..... .Of ip.it, month, per word Jl it No advertisement lsru tr iu him tweaty-flve eeata." FOR WENT, rOR RBNT Conait A Rente building at Thlrty-fourta ami Com- oarclal suitable for aaleom. Rent oasonable. D. F. McCarthy. FOR RENT Modern front room. 13 Fourteenth street FOR REOT House. Apply to P. .. Doud, of Fourth street FOR RENT Furnished rooms 310 eveenth street. Convenient to Alex r.Jer Club and The Wenger. FOR RENT Furnished rooms 604 'jfalnut street FOR RENT Cottage 503 Washing n ave. Inquire 323 Si?t,u- 'St. FOR AL. FOR SALE Roll top . desk, one anding desk, typewriter, Howe scale ake wagon, harness, norse, " etc., lquire Bloma-Halliday Co. FOR SALE Gasoline launch lolpn, 35 (Vet long, 8 foot beam, 21 p. engine. Cheap if taken at once. E. Hamilton. FOR S A LE Be a u t i f u 1 Mahogany iMlght Piano, magnificent tone, tail price $350 on time, or $175 sh. Prof Kiener, factory represen Mv'i, 702 Commercial avenue, Cairo, TOR SALK Four piece mnhognay rlor sot, $.'0.(i.) if taken at once. Ad- ess K linn omce. FOR SALE Seven room house and it in Anna, 111. J. L. Leyerle, Anna. WANTED. WANTED House of six or seven One-way Second-class Colonist Fares to North Pacific Coast Points Portland, Ore, : : : $35.25 Seattle, Wash.. : : : $35.25 Spokane, Hash., : : : $35.25 Tacoma, Wash., : : : $35 25 Correspondingly low rates to other points on main lines and branches ia Oregon and Washington. Tickets on sale daily Sept., 1(3 to Oct 15. For full Information apply to J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent, Central Un I n Station, Cairo, III. ' A. II. HANHON, P.T.M. ' 8, 0. HATCH, Q. P. A. Chicago, III. Home Visitors' Excursion IIY SPBCI It TRAIN ' Tuesday, Septeher 2(jtn, 1910 M 1 ' -' , ' Cincinnati and Rettifri. CorrcNixiiiCiiiyl low rales lo other points In Ohio, Indiana also Louisville. Ky. Return limit 30 days. Stopover al lowed at Indianapolis on return trip. Cairo day Ohio Valley exposition flminnall. Ohio, September 21st. 1910. BIG FOUR ROUTE For particula'S call on or phono J. F. DYAS. , , Ticket Agent TIT" Mi,: - " - rra f i ii ,' rooms, modem In every Nvay. Flack, Rhodes-Burford's. '' ' T. J. WANTED A first-class paint! ane who can hang paper and that knows how to handle men. I : will give steady work and good pay to the right man. ( Must be sober and relia ble'and Know how. to hald a good joh Bring or send 'references to Crowle; Wall Papeo Co., Charleston Mo. -WANTED First-class salesman to carry oil as a side line, or to handle exclusively. Geo. P. Jones & Co., 229 North Commercial St., St. Louis, Mo. " ' HELJ WANTED MALE. WANTED First claBS painters and paper hangers. M. J. Mahaffee, 1713 Commercial avenue. WANTED 40 men, $1.75 to $2.0'.i per day, street work. Apply to V. Wolf, Marion, 111. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED White girl for general housework. Apply 2009 Walnut. L08T. LOST Ten dollar bill between Wenger Inn and H. C. Schuh's. Re turn to the Wenger Inn and receive reward. '- . SITIJ4TIOIVS WAIN TED 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 rtv ponsibility for any ad vertisement or statement made there in and will not accept under this blading the notices of any person known to be employed. WANTHD-Hfosition by young man capable of doing office' work. Excel lorl references. Address P. O. Box C50. SiTI'ATlON WANTED Colored jthl wishes position as general house kecp"r. No cooking. 429 Twelfth St. nrnwrxsnssft - m'... " - uluIululi m m Was Condition of Stock Market' Close Yesterday Prices Yield ed Grudgingly. at New York, Sept. 15. The princip al factor of the stock market today was the revival late for an advance attempted earlier In the week and which have not met with encourage ment by attracting any substantial demand. There was some uneasi ness oh the steel Industry which had the effect of giving positive reaction. Preicei concessions yielded grudging ly and there were signs of restraint The whole market closed decidedly weak. . No considerable1 revival of activity in tho steel trade is looked . for until the railroads come into the market as free buyers.; , The yielding' tendency of prices of copper added to the de pressing Influence of the steel trade position. The failure to cut down the production of steel has been partly compensated by consumption. The deep seated sensation that readjust ment will be required to bring con sumption abreast Is the opinion ac coring to reports afew weeks ago. NEW YORK MONEY. Money on call easy 12V4 per cent; closing bid 1. Time loans were very dull and steady. Sixty days 3. Ninety days 44; six months 44 per cent. Prime mercantile 5 to 6 per cent. Sterling exchange strong at recovery; demand $483.45; sixty days 483.60(3; 483.80; bar silver 53'4. NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Sept 15 Today Yesterday Close . Close Amal Copper ...... 62' ' 64 Am. Sugar Rfg.vr ..116 117 Atchinson ....... 97 98 Do. Pfd. ... ,. 99 100 B. and O .103 134 B. R. T ., ... 74 ; 74 C. and N. W. .. ..141 ' 145 C. M. and sit. P..'. .119 r 121 Colo. F. and 1 30 30' D. and R. G 30 30 Do. Pfd 70 71 Gt Nor. Pfd. 124 125 Illinois Central 129 129 Inter Mets 19 18 Do. Pfd 57 50 L. and N 143 143 Mo., Pac 50 53 M. K. and T 32 32 N. Y. C 111 112 Nor. Pac 112 111 i'ac. Mail 27 28 t'enn 128 129 People's Gas .... ..106 107 Reading .... .. ..i;!9 141 Rock Island .. .... 40 30 Do. Pfd. '. . 61 ' f,5 Sou. Pac 112 113 Sou. Ry. .. 22 23 Cnion Pacific 163 165 I S. Steel 67 68 Do. Pfd lit; 116 Wabash .. .. 16 17 Do. Pfd 34 36 Western Union ........ 64 G.1 GOVERNMENT BONDS. Refunding 2's reg...lflO' 103 Rfdg. 2's Coupon.... 100 100 Registered 3's 101 101 Coupon 3's .101 101 New 4's reg. ; 114 115 ; New 4's Coupon ...,115 115 PROVISIONS. BUTTER, .CHEESE .AND .EGGS Steady and unchanged. COFFEE Futures opened steady at a decline of 11 points and sold ebout 513 points net lower during the earlier trading under heavy real izing. Offerings were very will ah sorbed and during the afternoon the market became firmer on demand both for short account and in the way of fresh purchases for an advance. The close was firm and the last prices showed net gains of 10fil5 points. Sales 96,000 bags; Sept $9.65; spot firm; No. 7 Rio 10; firm; Cordova 1113. SUGAR Raw steady; Muscavado 89 test $3.86; centrifugal 96 test 4.36; molasses sugar 89 test 3.61; re fined steady; 1 , . Why She Cooked. , "Yes'.sald the wise young man who hadn't long been married, ."when my wife first began to do her own cooking we were having company every day; tiresome relatives, acquaintances, ao- I called friends. Gradually they all uroppea on, ana men we engaged a good cook." t To Fold a. Blanket. . : .Nearly every one keepa an add! tlonal blanket at the foot of the bed in case it Is needed on a cold aight A very convenient way to arrange this Is to fold the blanket back and forth like a fan. and If one takeg hold of the top edge it drawi up evenly and wlOiouL buy trouble. . Important Things of Lift.' Holiness Is an Infinite comDaasiof for others. Greatness Is to take the common things of life and walk truly among them. Happiness Is a great love and much serving. Oliver Schrel ner. On New York Grain Exchange Yester day Chicago Board of Trads Was Closed. Minneapolis, S'ept. l.Ir-WHEAT. Sept ft.lCUj; Dee.. 1.10; May l.t;i(ffil.t3; cash about steady; No. 1 northern -'1.09i.10!i: northern 1.051.0S. A'O. ; NEW YOK 'iRAIN. New York, Sept.o 15. WHEAT. Receipts 150,700; shipments none; spot weak; No. 2 red $1 02 elevator and 1.02 f.o.b afloat; No. 1 noi all em 1.22 f.o.b. afloat; fntires very weak today, declining un.pr quidation attributed o lowsr Eng lish cables and a 2 cent breuk at Win nlpeg. The close was KsfMVv, low er; Sept. 1.01; Dgj. l,()5Vi , Mav 1.09. OORN-Recetpts 51.023; spot steady; No." 2 Ci elevator lomestic basis to arrive; No. 3 fi4 f.o.b. afloa . Fntures closed net unchanged"; Sept. 64; Dec. 63. OATS Receipts 111.073: spot firm: new standard white 39 No. 2 white 39. Futures - closed 1 1 "3 v njvt;i . i Sept 38V4 : Dec. 40 U... CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Sept. 1 5. CATTLE.- -Re ceipts 6,000; steady; beeves $4.$0 8.35; western steers 4.407.00; stack ers, and feeders 4.00(fi 6.W; cows and heifers 2.256.4.); calvor, 6.2."i7? 9.R0. HOGS Receipts . 12,003: lOffi 1 higher; lights $9.209 "t; .mixed 8.459.55; heavy rouRh. , 8.250.3."; ?ood to choice heavy S.55J? )3i, bulk of sales 8,C 5 9.00. SHEEP Recelp s 25.000, seady; sheep $2.754.60: . '90rling 4. 7 iff 5.70; lambs 5.25 fD 7. IX. ; ST, LOUIS CATTLE. , St, Louis. Sept i 5. CATTLE. Re ceipts 6,900; 3loaly: '.native sliipplnR and export steers $7 OO'JS'O;.. dressed beef and .butcher gtce.M .1 )'& 7. m: stockers and feelevj 3.5.7i,"..,owa ind heifers 5.009.50.vf oxas aiull In- lian steer ' !i.50(ft I ,").- t ' '- HOGS Receipts 3,300; 1025e ligher; pigs ind iights ?9.'5O7.50: lackers 9.O09.'.5: buteiiei) and est heavy 9.459.70. , . SHEEP lOH 15-- Higher; nntivei .00 4.44;' lamb") Culiftin; . . . Law and Geography. From the half .timers' papers written at a receut term examination: "Some of the chief inventions of the Inst 150 years are having' an net so that no per son under fourteen years must go into the public bouse. Another act was so that no person under the age of sl.t- teen years must smoke clgups, , pipes and cigarettes, and no person under that. age can be served with any. My brother Bill is now all right for this Invention. He was sixteen last week.' Here is a geography answer: "The riv er system of Canada is what you might call very good,-1 but sotbetime they shoot the rapids, and unless yon are a red Indian thiJ "very trouble some at times, especially when you get sucked under like Captain Webb." Manchester Guardian. ' The Earliest Cigars. The earliest mention of cigars In English occurs in a book dated 1735. A traveler in Spanish 'America named Cockburn. whose narrative wax pub lished in that year, describes how he met three friars nt Nicaragua, who, he says, "gave us some segnr to snn.Ue: these are Leaves of Tobacco rolled up In such Manner that they serve both for a Pipe, and Tobacco itself: ibey know bo other way here, for there Is no such Thing as , a Tobacco Pipe throughout New Spain."' j , . Sure Sign.' "What ls (be sign when a man pnrW ,hjs hair In the roitldle?" wild, the .old fellow la the front row of the on hes- tra to a friend loud enough to.be heard by the young man behind them. "If a sign that he's not bakllx'ml ed." replied the young man. lenninji forward. lookers Statesman. ,1- , Hard Luok. i- :, "Poor man, your life must be full ol hardships!" " 'Ow true yer words are. lidyl ' Only t'other day 1 picked up a ticket for a ball an' couldn't use It os 1 bmln'l got a eveoln' suit." Londou ideas A Tragic Crisis. , Cbolly had put on bis necktie and was looking over his supply of hosiery "I wonder, now," he said, turning pale "whether the socks have to mutch the tie or whether the tie has to match tut aocki." Chicago Tribune. , Her Great Grief. Cholly-May 1 hare the next w-fiirs': Widow Yes. but dance slowly, as 1 only recently have gone Into mourn ing. Club Fellow, . , . Lots of alleged, golden opportunities wouldn't stand the wld lint. . The Widow. "In a town." said n life inurtiti't official, "where life iuuriiu e ' Wni rare thing u scboolteacLer. said tu a little boy pupil: ' VToiumy, delltie the word wlilnw.' ; "'A widow,' Tommy answered. 'W h poor woman with a' lu,e family of cbrdren who ULbs Loardera.' " Public notice is hereby given that until two (2) o'clock,. p?m,', on Mon- day, September 2Grti, A. D. 1910, st , V ' the City Council Chambor or the City of Cairo, Illinois, at No. 1111 Com- mercial avenue, in said City of Cairo, the Btr th said of Local Improvements 'if Clty of Cairo will receive scaled, itemized bids or proposals uk the improvement of Commercial ave- nue, In said City of Cairo, Illinois,' from the north line of Second stree; to the south line of Thirty-fourth street, by filling the unfilled portiou'4 of said Commercial avenue wkh earth for the entire width of said avenue, from lot line to lot line) nnd to such depth or height asHnay be necessary to bring the completed brick pave- ment to be constructed on said Com,- mercial avenue to the grade specified for the top surface of said completed brick paver ment provided for by Ordinance No. 224 of said City of Cairo, adopteu Ariril 11th A n 1Sin nn.l aiinrnvj.l April 15th, A. D. 1910, and by excavat.-f ing and grading the said Commercial avenue for the width of sixty-eight (68) feet, in the center thereof, that is to say, for the width of thirty-four (34) feet on each side of the center line of said avenue, from the said north line of Second street to the sap? south line of Thirty-fourth street. anl by the construction upon the sahi Commercial avenue,. In . the cent?r thereof, of a vitirlfled ' brick pave ment, with a combination concrete curb and gutter on both sides of said .brick pavement, of the width, includ- oiun vuuiuiuaiiMu vui u cuii uiici i of sixty-eight (68) feet, being of tho width of thirty-four (34) feet on each side of the center line of said avenue, from the said north line of Swcond street to the said south line of Thirty fourth street, and by the setting upon the said Commercial avenue of natur al limestone marginal curbs at all nnpaved street intersections, except the Eighth street Intersection, at ths outside edges of said brick pavement and between the inside edges of the gutter-flags of said "iirb and gutter as extended around ana out to the lot line on both sides of gaid Commercial avenue, at said unpaved street inter sections, except the said Eighth strcst intersection, from the said north lint, of Second street to the said south line of Thirty-fourth street The above work is provided :for by and fully described In Ordinance No. 224 of sai.l City or Cairo, adopted April 14th. A. D. 1910, and approved April' 15ihA. D. 1910. now on file and of record in tne office of th: City,-Clerk of said City of Cairo, at No. 1111 Commercial avenue, in said City of Cairo, and the said hjds. rngst he for the construction of the sail local Improvement as ,a whole in. strict conformity to the terms ami provisions of said ordinance, which Is now of record in the office of the City Clerk of said City of Cairo, at No. 1111 Commercial avenue, in saui City of Cairo, where printed copies of the said ordinance may be , obtained on a replication to said City Clerk', and. in the office of the City Engi neer of said City of Cairo, at No, 1113 Commercial avenue. In said CP: of Cairo, which Is just across the hall from the said City Clerk's oflce. te specifications of and for the said local Improvement can bo found and may be there examined. - . , I All bids or proposals must be .ac companied by cash, or by check, pay able to the order of the President of the said Board of Local Improvements, in his official capacity, certified by a responsible batik, for an amount equal to ten (10) per centum of the amo'int of the bid or proposal for the. cor struction of said local improvement and without such cash or chock, no bid or proposal will be considered by said Board. The bids shall be dellv' ered to the Board at the time and place first above mentioned; and at said time aud place first above men fioned the said Board, in open sess ion, will open, examine and publicly declare said bids or proposals. The contractor whose bid shall b9 accepted for .making said local tm- provement snau enter Into a con tract with the said City of Cairo fof rtic construction, of tbo said local im provement as., a whole ,in strict atv cordance with the terms and require ments of the said ordinance, and shnl) also enter into Va bond, payable to the tin id City of Cairo, in the sum of fifty (50) per centum, of. the amount of his bid,, with security to be an- proved by, the said Board, conditioned for the faithful performance, in ni! respects, of his Bald contract and for holding the said city harmless, etc.: and shall also bind Tilmseif, in hit said contract ami bond, 1o guarantee ,lils said work and materials and the Candidate - - - - ('niiUitktf mil! Iht-ir fiifii'li wlit-n mm nil 11 ij in cuip'H tat,: ti- hi:th in lnnvlifs of 0O Willi the iiuiuc uii top ctiiiMiii. ' Mut Jl said local Improvement for the period of two 2) years from and after theac- ceptance of the same by the said Boanl a1"' ita confirmation by tho court - '.' , . , . n, The contractor to whom the con- .urt ls awai.(ied for making said local improvement and who shall construct said local improvement will be paid in lum.I.s of the said City of Cairo, 1 hearing interest at the rate of five,','"' ,ID practise. Survey. i. (5) per cent, per annum from 'tlw'.:; respective dates. "A'-", niank forms for bids or proposals will be furnished on application o. the said City Engineer at his office aforesaid., The Board reserves the right to rt jwt any and all bids. ' Dated at Cairo. Illinois, this 121' i dnyof September ; A. IX 1910. GEORGE PARSON'S, President of the Board of Local Im i provements pf the City of Caiiv , Illinois. ; ; Attest : ERNEST NORDMAN. Secretary of Said Boa'rd. ' . Learning and the Mind. Leamirg is not to be tacked to the niiii 1. but we must fuse and blend them together,' not merely giving the wind a slight tincturebirt a thorough nnd r effect dye. Montaigne. ' Home Life in Kansas. V . .; i When a woman appears In the back yard with the bed slat b and pours Lolling. water ovcx them, that 1s proof that she Is an', en'UimoIglst.-Atcblaoii' Globe. - ; ".. v '.. .. .. '. " ..... '"..-!: ;. . -BALL Cairo to St. Louis And Return . Sept., 25, 1910 Last one ol the iJpccial train will leave Ca'lre at 7;0) a. m. September 25, arriving St. Louis 12:25 p. m. saine dpy. Returning; Special tiain wiil leave St. Louis Un ion Station 1 1 : t.'i p. in. siuiio day. AMUSEMENTS. Brown vs. Washington. Walter John son In tho box. OLYMPIC THEATRE. "The Member from Oiark." CENTURY THEATRE. " '' "Seven Days'' GARRICK THEATRE. Lew Dockstadei's Minstrels... ., , AMERICAN THEATRE. ;. TTho Pert of Mtsing Men." . " COLUMBIA THeXVrE. " Higb-Clase Vaudeville. " PRINCESS THEATRE. High-Class Vaudeville. For tickets and further information apply to J, H. Jones, Ticket Agent, Central Union Station, Cairo, 111. HOME VISITflR5 EXIURSI0N "j y Points in Ohio; Indiana and Louisville, Ky; l uesaay, sepiemoer :u, iviu INpIANAPOLIS and return ,...$6.o CINCINC1NATI and return ....$7.00 LOUISVILLE and return . DAYTON and return ',". . ....$7.03 ..'..$7.P(? .,..11,' - SPRINGFIELD and retina SANDCSKY and return.; ...... t7.f.O COLUMBUS and return, '...$7.55 Corespondlng rates toj intermediate points. Tickets good going on regu lar trains. , , ; , . , J i Return Limit, 30 Days. . For tickets and full Information call on J. F. Dyas, Agent Big Four Route H. J. Rhein, G. P. A, G. P. O. 152. Cincinnati, O. . VOII AKTKK Hfilrral.frH, 1910 Votes : :-; 4 Hp. t y,(v Tiwin l'u jmt or WM N BASE Excursion V Cairo Bulletin Grand Automobile Contest w ' l .,la.,j,,'i..i. 10 , The Staff of Life..,. ...., "Kneading dough with the fe-t fl'IIl prevails In toxr Italian shops' in New York," according to, an official report cf the Nei( .York-department of fab'or. The report . adds tha4tv"ur Inspecfora have essayed to stop. JL, out have t brn sustained by the department for Uii reason that there Is notlilogjjc' 'Hvejy illfgal or. npcessarily -uniafii- ILLINOIS CENTRAL i (Corrected to Sept. 1st, 19,10.), THE FAST. MAIL, ROUTE. y v , Train Leave Cairo: 1:10 a. m. Daily, Chicago .Vestibule Limited, arriving Chicago 10:40 a. rr. 2:10 a. m. Daily St. Louis Night Limited, arriving St. Louis T:?p a, m. Sleeping car open at 8:33 p ,m. 3:20 a. m. St Louis Spe'ciaT."" ' I 5:60 a. m. Chicago Daily Expreis. 11:15 a. m. St. Louis Fast Mail. 11:15 a. m. Chicago Mid-day Special 2:35 p. m.. Daily St. Louis Limited. 2:33 p. m. Afternoon Express tor Odin, Effingham, Mattoon.Champaign 6:10 p. ra. Thebes Accommodation. . 6:15 p. m. Chicago and Eastern Ex press. ; ; 10:10 p. m. Chicago night: expose, arriving at Chicago 7:15 a, m, f : 2:20 a. m, Memphis and Nashtiue. 2:25 a. ra. Memphis and New)r- leana' Limited. 5:10 a. m. Seminole -Limited - for Birmingham and Jacksonville, . Fla. ; 6:00'ai m. Paducah and Iouisvlile .1:41 p. m. Dally Memphis and New iiOrleans. ' 1:41 p. m.. Daily Nashville, Cjiatyij, nooga and Atlanta. " 4:30 p: ni. Fulton and Mayfleld ac commodation. . . ' . 5:50 p. m. Paducah and Louisville 5:55 p.rn," Memphis and New Or leans Special. ( For through (tlckets, sleeping Var accommodations and Airther informa tion apply at Illinois Central Passen ger Station, Cairo,,' 111.,. , J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent S. G. HATCH, G. P.. A.,', . A.v H. Hanson, Pasa. Trarflo Mor. j '" :' '" '? ' : i'--''f.-:'W- IIMNOIS CENTRAIR.IL . "- -l- r'.o One-Way Seeond-Class Colonist Rates f. to California. ' ' -IT1 -132.00 Los Angeles r; Sao Franlcsoo' San Diego , ... .32 (JO Correspondingly loy rates to other points on main lines and branches in California. - ' .;. Ticket on sale August 25 to'Sop-'1 te:nlK' 9th and October 1st tc 15th, 1910. Every Monday on train to. 1. at 5,55 p. m., through tourist sleep e'r leaver Cairo, , running via New Orleans and Southern pacific It R.' to ijot Angeles and San Francisco. For full information apply to J.; H. Jones, Ticket' Aent, Central Uniou "Station, Cairo, 111. " , A. H. HANSON, IP. T. M. ' S. G. HATCH. O. P. A., , f ' . . Chicago, 1U. T MOBILE & OHIO U (CtVi rected to Sept. 1st. 1910.) ,? Tlma of Trains at Cairo. ' Northbound ' Iso. 2 Express, Dally lv....;2: 10 p.m. .'o 4 Express, Daily lr 1:45 a.m. Southbound ; " '' 1 Hxpress, Daily Iv...".l:50'p'.ti. 3 express, Dally lv..;..li45 a.m. .'J. H. JONES, Agent. No. No. Rfver Transporlatioa CXCURlioV tIAtON NOW ON i AtINQEW ItATW'ny-'":' On y TO (- RouriVTri H0Q '' t.'LMla t-M t", MM Mtrnnhls v T.TO ' Meals A Berth Inoluied anroute only iOOD MUSIC GOOD TMC foe 81. Loula'and Way Landinga ' stacker ;lc:' , , Saturday Night s For Memphis and Way Landings.' ..... - REES LEE " U , Saturday -Noon ' " KALLIDAY' V IHILLIP1 WHARH J MA.T CAIIta IU. ." " District No. f '--rt,'i.