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THE REPUBLIC: SATUEDA 5T, OCTOBEE 20. 1900.
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CHURCH HEWS AND
OLD CATHEDRAL ANNIVERSARY.
Special Seniccs Throughout the
Thi sixty-sixth anniversary of the dedi
cation of tho Catholic Cathedral of St. Louis
will bo solemnly celebrated throughout tho
Archdiocese of St. Louis to-morrow. The
fei-st this year has a special significance
for the old cathedral, on- Walnut between
Bcconfl sfnd Third streets, as It is bolr.s new
ly decorated, refitted and thoroughly pre
pared to continue tho work of the church
downtown for at least another half cen
tury. Services will commence to-morrow nt the
old cathedral nt llfl) a. in with solemn
high mass, followed, by Benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament. A s-peclal sermon
en the vvorl: of this church will b pre-aeheel
by the Reverend -12. J. Shea of St. Kevin's
Special music has Iwcn prepared and will
be rendered, under the dim tlon of Profess
or D. S. Dp Lisle, the cathedral orp.inlst
and choirmaster, bv Sopranos 31 rs. F. A.
Torrenee. Mrs, X. J. Hamilton. Miss 3Iar
paret Walter; Cnntral'nn Misses Sadie Col
lins, Mary Torrenee. Genevieve Martin. Ida
e'urtmnn. JS. aiartin: Tenors Mesrs. r. A.
Torrenee. Nat J Hamilton. Allrel M.
Baker; Basses Messrs. J O Iiohmor. 1
L. Duf-ttlrir. TV. II. Daw lev: Violinists Miss
Coralle J De Lisle. Mr. Guy I". Truioe-k.
Mr. Joseph Colona; riutist Mr. J. V.
Scharr, Clarlonetln Mr. V. II. Reynold:
Cornetist Mr. Dean T. Rogers. Foll"Alns is
Prrludlum Orsan Poo Elnlr.
Mats In honor of Stint LouI . .Tteo. La Iljcha
CliMr. orchestra and orpn
Vnl Creator Soprano Solo I. Msir
Mrs. r;at J. Hamilton.
La Prlere Violin !! M. Ilaoser
Miss Coral.- J. De LtIe
O Ealutarls (N.-ri Itass sv-Jn I). S. 0 Wsli
Mr J ft. Bohmer
Tantu-n Enr. F Li:r.bl:lotte
Choir, orchestra and organ.
raudatei Dominum flTrrorli-i
To Dcjsi Liudamu Old Choral
Choir, orchestra ard organ.
To Be Ixesunipd To-Morrow Morn
ing The Season's Programme.
Lectures under the auspices of the Kthlcal
Society are to be rcsutacd to-morrow morn
ins at 11 o'clock, at Memorlil Hall, the
opening puhJect to be. "The Good Sido t
Prosperity." A rltn Is on ffot also to ar
range this season, from time to time, a seri-s
of Sunday evening lectures, to b given by
citizens of this community on the general
them. "The History and Nee-els of St.
Louis." The Men's rhilosophlc.il Cluh will
resum? Its mretincs the second llondiy la
November, the 12th. and have two lectures
on "Plato and Aristotle." by Professor
Frank Thllly of the University of Missouri.
Tho section for the study of "Ilthlcal Ten
dencies in Art" Is to havo a series of ten
Illustrated lectures on "The Story of Arch
itecture." to be riven on alternate Tuesdav
mornings nt 10.30. by Pmfoesor Holmes
Smith of tha Washington I'nlverslty. Tha
classes being arranged under the ansplcei
of the Young People'.s Kthical Union Include
twentv evenings on "The Clements of polit
ical Economv," for vour.sr men. bv Profes
sor Hoxle of the Washington University;
and fifteen evenings with 'The Poet Ten
nyson." for men and women, by Profsor
Percy II. Boynton of the Smith Academy.
The largest piece or educational work to be
carried on under the auspices of the Hthlcal
Eoclety this season will be the class In the
study of "The Bible as Literature." as a
continuation of the Greek Ethics Club; the
meetings ior wnicn nave nireaav Begun on
alternate WrdnesJav afternoons, at a
o'clock. In the west wing of the Museum of
Fine Art's. The Ethical Sundav school. Su
perintendent Mr. TV. M. IJghtly. has al
ready begun Its work, with twenty-or.o
classes and about 1"0 pupils.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.
The Union Bible Class has enlarged Into
a "Weekly Bible Conference-." but all meet
ings will be held at the Washington and
Compton Avenue Presbyterian Church, nnd
the following general programme will be
carried out: Tuesday afttrnoon and even
ing. 3:13 to 4:45. Union Bible Class, "Tho
Gospels." taught by W. It. Newell: 5 to 6
o'clock, "Personal Worker's Training
Class." by the Reverend S. T. McKlnney;
6 to 6:45. lunch in church parlors: 6:43 to
7:3). Sinday school lesson, by Mr. Newell;
7:30 to S. praise service: 8 to 9. Bible class,
by Mr. Nen-elL R. O. Bolt will conduct the
6inging. All classes are free.
The Reverend W. J. McKIttrlck will be
gin In the First Presbyterian Church to
morrow msrning a series of sermons upon
"the Christianity of Christ." For tie lirst
eermon. the division of tlds subject v.111 be.
"What Christ Says About the Fatherhood
of God." The eermons to follow In course
under the same general topic will be as
follows: October 28. "What Christ Says
About IIU Own Personality": November 4,
"What Christ Says About the Spirit"; No
vember 11. "What Christ Says About the
Kingdom": November IS. "What Christ
Says About the Redemption"; November
23. "What Christ Says About the Judg
ment." The Baptist young people of the city will
hold a mass meeting at the Third Baptist
t hurch. next Trlday evening. October 26.
f he address of the evening will bo given by
the Reverend Doctor E. E. Chlvers of Chi
go. general secretary of the Interna
tional B. Y. P. U. A banner will be
awarded tho society haling the 'largest
percentage of attendance.
The Compton Heights Christian Church
will begin a erles of revival meetings to
morrow, which will continue for several
weeks, and there will be services each even
ing, excupt Saturday. The pastor the
Reverend 5. B. Moore, will be Joined next
Monday by the Reverend S. D. Dutchcr of
The Central T. M. C. A. will hold an "Ac
Jive Members' Rally" this evening in the
lecture hall of the association, for the pur
pose of meeting Fred B. Smith of New
lork. Mr. Smith will addrusj the men's
meeting to-morrow afternoon on "A Strong
Tho outlook for the festival to bo given
by at. Kevin's parish at tho Compton Hall,
Park and Compton axenues. October Zi
and 24, Is very promising. Tho ladies of
the parish will have charge of tho tables
and will mar-ase tho booths. Tho pastor,
the Reverend II J. Shea, thinks that the
festival will net a handsome sum and will
hasten the breaking of the ground for the
new 33,(4.4 church.
Staff Captain and Mrs. TVldgeny, the
general secretary of tho Midland Divlslun
of the Sulvation Army, havo received or
ders to leave SL Louts to Inaugurate the
negro work with the army. This is an en
tirely new feature for the army, out prom
ises great results. The farewell ser
vices will be held at Hall No. L No. 1413
Franklin avenue, this evening and to-morrow.
Monday night there wilt be a united
demonstration of all the officers and corps
In tho city.
The Grand Gold Medal Oratorical Con
test, given under the auspices ol the TV. C.
T. U.. nil be held at the Union M. E.
Church, corner of Garrison and Luca.s av
enues, next Monday evening. The contest
ants will be. Gertrude Salter, Ilcrace
Bpencc, Ethel Tong, Addie Gapln, Wil
liam Ward, Mary A. Llr.dsay and Charles
Fenwlck. The Judges will be Miss Wicker
eon of the Perry School of Oratory, Miss
Alice S. Lukens. Miss II. P. MorrelL Thero
will be special music for the occasion, led
by R. O. Bolt.
The Grand Avenuo Baptist Church has
been newly decorated, and will be reopened
to-morrow. Thero will be a Sunday school
rally at 1(1 a. m.. and an address will be
delivered by Doctor Clark. At 11 a. m.,
usual services, but at 3 p. m. the Reverend
"Doctor A. P. George. State Sunday-school
superintendent, will give a chalk-talk, and
will also Fieak at night,
Tho Taylor Avenue Baptist Church will
open a new afternoon buuduy school at
No. 1420 Taylor avenue to-morrow at 3
o'clock. J. S. Campbell has been appointed
superintendent and M. S. Loomis assistant.
The Eplscoj-al Church Sunday School In-
Tried Friends Best
For thirty years Tutt's Pills have
proven a blessing1 to the invalid.
Are truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
For bilious headache, dyspepsia
sour stomach, malaria.constipa
tion and all kindred diseases.
TUTTS Liver PILLS
AN ABSOLUTE CURE.
stltute will hold a meeting nt the Schujler
Memorial House. No. 1.11 locust street. Thu
topic for discus.-Ion will tie '"Some llsson
tlals of Sunday-school Work." and tin- dis
cussion will be led by Miss ilabel A. Wil
ton. The children of the primary deparlmi nt of
tho Hyde l"aric Sunday School will giv a.
"cocoa party" In tho parlors of the church.
Bremen and lllalr ave-nuos. this afternoon
from 2 to 6 o'clock Th- party will bo in
charge of Mrs. G. M. Bellls.
J. I. Washington, the nccro boy orator,
will speak to-morrow as follows. 11 a. in.,
nt the Pilgrim ISaptIt Church. O'Fallon
Park: 3 p. m.. at Qulnn's Cfcaiiel. Caronele
let; T:.-) p. m.. nt Clark Avenue Baptist
Church, corner of Twe-ntv-slxtli and Mor
gan streets. Matcr Washington has been
preaching at different churches and has
been well received.
The LIr.dell Avenue M. 11. rhureh Sun
day School will hold sreclnl rally .services
at tho church to-morrow, beginning prompt
ly Jit 3-M a. m. There will bo an elaborate
programme tor the occasion.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Second
Baptist Church begins Its fall met tings on
next Tuesday at 2--"' p. m. In tho church
parlors lth a current topics class.
Th" First M. E. Church Sundiy School,
South, will hold special rally services tv
morrow. and tho church will Ik? de-cor.ite-l
In "harvest-homo" style. The e.vercl.-cs will
begin promptly at I:Ij a. m.
Chess Birch, the evangelist, will begin
special rilvnl meetings at the Curliy Me
morial Presbyterian Church next Whines
day evening. October 21. A large chorus
choir has been organized for the meetings.
Union Mission makes a sp-chil appeal to
tho public for cast-eft clothing and furni
ture, also for food of all kinds and fuel. A
card sent to tho pastor, the I!i'erend M.
11. Gott, nt No. 1U2 Franklin avcDue, will
receive prompt attention.
The Salvation Army will have -ervlces
to-morrow nt Its hall. No. HIS Franklin
avenue, ut 11 a. m. and at 3 end S p. m.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES.
Topic: "Our Stewardship." (Luke
xii, 42 IS.)
The different denominational young peo
ple's societies will havo for their theme to
morrow evening "Our Stewardship." tused
on Luke xii, 4J 15. Tile circumstance giving
rise to the lesson in hand was the utter
ance of a j arable by Christ In which he s-t
forth clearly th-i relation of nu.iter and
servant. It was In response to l'eter's
question. "Lord, speakest thou this parablo
to us. or even to a!!?" that the special ex
planation undtr consideration was given.
The first point in the lesson is that of
faithfulness on the part of those who nro
given any special responslbllltv in relation
to tho klnsdom of Christ, particularly la
view of Christ's second coming. "Blessed
Is that Rervant whom his lord when ho
cometh shall find .-o doing; of a truth I say
unto you that he will make him ru'.tr over
all that he hath." This responsibility may
Include talonts as well as rmars. and thn
proper use of dther raises an Important
question. People often wonder why they
are not given great responsibilities, when lti
point of fact they have not provtl true to
smaller one. It is still true, as Chrl-t him
self has said, that "he that Is faithful in
that which is least Is faithful also in
Tho second thought la the lesson is (hat
of unfaithfulness Iiased on unbelief. Theso
are the words: 'But and It that servant
shall say In his heart, my lord delaj eth his
coming, and shall begin to beat the men
servants nnd maidens, and shall cat and
drink with the drunken, the lord of that
servant shall come In an hour when he is
rot nware, and will cut him asunder and
will appoint him his portion with unbe
lievers." Surely these wores are designed
to picture the retribution that awaits every
one who abuses the trust coiiimltted to l.lm
In relation to the kingdom of God. There
have been those who have abuse! the au
thority given them in such relation, and in
the lanpuace of the npostle. have "lorded
It over God's heritage." All such cond-.tct
will be severely dealt with by Christ In the
hour of reckoning.
The nequel Is summed up In these words;
That servant which knew hi lord's will,
and prepared not himself, neither did ac
cording to his will, .shall be beaten with
many stripes. But he that knew not, and
did commit things worthy of stripes, shall
be beaten with few strip's. "For unto whom
soever much Is given, of him s-hall much be
required." It will be Fen, therefore, that
failure to come up to the measure of re
sponsibility committed, whether knowingly
or lgnorantly. does not exempt ono from
the punishment Involved In the term
".stripes." Tills Is a law universal. TV
violate a law of nature, and the punish
ment Is sure and swift, whether tho viola
tion be one of knowledge or Ignorance. So.
too. In matters of civil law. where Ig
norance excuses no one. Then why Vioull
It not be equally true In spiritual things?
We talk much of "natural Iiw in (he spir
itual world." and wnen It comes to the con
sequences of the viol itlcn of moral law we
begin at once to make exceptions. This, to
ay the least. Is Inconsistent. The principle
Involved In the statement, "Whatsoever a
man iwweth, that shall he also reap." Is
universal and final. There Is no setting It
aside In the spiritual world any more than
In the natural world.
The great lesson, therefore. Is. b true to
every trust committed. Banish every
thought of nonaccountabllity. Serve the
Ma.ster In his absence as truly as In his
preserce. Strive to live up to the masT
of responsibility In every relation to the
Master's work. Thus serving, we will so-ne
dav hear th Mister's loving approval,
"Well done, good and faithful servant; en
ter thou Into the Joy of thy Lord."
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
T'lrltlrg for!gn r-.I.ncnrtr wilt flu raar.r
pclr-lts to-rr.orrow. Sfrrron topics are as folio ,s-
DKLMAR AVENUE, Ii-lmar ond Pendleton: the
Itevcrtnl Doctor J. T. SI. Jnhn.ion, Putcr
Jl am. "Th Cress Cfeaurailatcd", t p. m.
Ssl From fire."
TOURTir, Thlrtemh and Sullivan; ths rr-
fren-i a. noweii". i-asior ja&rmiig ana evening
I servla es usual
j GUANI AVKM-'U. No. Ml North Grand; the
I Kevorend AlWn Claxon. Pastor II a m ajl
f drew ly rnstorj 3 p. m.. Doctor Oeorye nlll
I give a challc talk; ":) p re. oddrr bv Itoctor
1 MMANCEU Citr and Hamilton: the Hevern.!
. Ji. Jlurras-. raster II a. m , "Our Inher
itance nnd Its Incentive". p ni "The Mes
sage of Jcnah to Tn! Grreratlun."
LAFAVirTTi: MItK. I.tfjette and Mls.Pril.
the IUvcrcr.d Doctor T. C- Carleti n. Parlor
11 a. m.. ermoi ty Doctor Ueaker. S p. m.,
Hrnrai br paster.
SUCOND. IauTicnt and Ixii't: the Reverond
Doctor tv. TV Uod. rastor-II a in.. Tha
Lctrlo of faith": S r. m , fenice of pra:e an 1
ixfCrers on "orne st clal Dangers," at shaar
Enieth. Lirdtll and Vandevcnter.
TAYIjOH AT ESCE, .No 12 North Taylor: the
Itsverend S II. Kwlnic. Pastor U a. ni.. "Four
Important Factor. In Church Life"; S p. m
"Tho l'cnitent Malefactrr."
THIRD, Grand anl TVashinirton: the Reverend
Doctor It. 1 Johnston. PastorAIoralng and
evening aenices a ui.ual.
TVATnit TOWER. Grand and Florirsant; the
Reverend J. K. llerget. I'astor-tl a. m..
Dlbcriminatmg LoW; 7:3 p. m., "Les&cn
From the Ant."
TVRST I'ARK. lsadore and Ella; th Reverend
TV. O. Iwls. Paster ilorntng and tvenlr.s
ierrices as usual.
CARONDELET. Rohert and Virginia: the Rev
erend TV. P. Uoljon. Pastor Morning and
evening r-ervlcea as usual
TOWER GKOVE. No. 41 Norfolk: t- Rv
ervnd ilenta sturstcn. rastor Mornlrc and
evening etrvices as usual.
RUSSKL1, AVENUE. No. 1J3 RusH; the Rcv-
rend frank Ilonon. 1'a.stor llornlni and
evening services as usual.
FIRt-TtGERlIAN. No C3 Rawchenbach; th
Reverend II. Hchult. I'ttstor-elitt itornlnc and
ev.nlcs services as usual.
JEFFERSON AVENUE (German). No. MO
Houth JefiVreon; tb Reverend J. O. Draewel.
I'astor Xornlrji; and evening services as usual.
EEULAH. Marcus ard Hammett; the Rnvernd
TV. A. Moore, rastor 11 a. rn., the Reverend
T. A. Abbott will epeak; S p. m., "How to
Be Happy In Beulab."
CARONDELET: the IleverenI M. L. Sbrnborrtr.
Tastor 11 a. m.. "Suurce ot Stieccth": a p. m."
"Re-urrectlon McmJnff." illustrated.
CENTRAL. Finney near Grand: the Reverend
James McAllister. Pastor M.mlcc; "Inspired
Eloquence": cvenlnc. "Tha Bible aa a Popular
COMPTON HEIGHTS. California and St, Tin
cent; the Reverend B. D. Moore. Pastor Morn
ing and evening aervlces aa usual.
ELLENDALE; the Reverend A. J. Marshall. Pas
tor Mcrrdns and evening services as usual.
riRST. Locust, near Comptcn; the Reverend F.
O. Fannon. Pastor Mamies and evenlcs serv
ices as usual.
riFTIt, No. 321 South Seventh: the Reverend
TV. p. Hamann. I'astor Morning and evenlnz
services as usual.
FOURTH. Tenrose and Elalr: tha Reverend E.
T. McJftirl.'ind. Pastor 10:45 a. rn.. "Second
Cominir of Christ": 3 p. m., "Christian
Science"; t:S) p. m., "Dlsunctlv Place of tha
MOUNT CABANNE, Klnjfa Hlchwar and Mor
Esn EvacEellst S. J Martin morntne and
SECOND. Eleventh and Tjler; Mr. TV. Daviess
Iittman. Minister 16:30 a. m., "Joy la
Heaven": 7:U p rn.. "The Life Beyond."
TPXEDO. Tuxedo Park; th Reverend D. N. Oil
lette. Pastor Moraine nd evening- services as
TVEST END. Plymouth and Harnllton; the Rev
erend O. A. Bartholomew. Pastor II a. m.,
"The un of Rlehteoudesa" ; eveainc, "Th
CENTRAL. Newstead and Delmar; the Rtvertnl
Ilo'sanl P. Mac.Tjeil, Taylor 11 a. m.. "Char-
iicurlstlci in tho UM of Clirlet": s p. ra.,
Th Mcndlna: L-sswn of tacrine."
CIIVIICII OF THE REHEEMEIt. narrrtt and
Thompson. th Itrvennl K. K. Hall. IMslor
Muinir.s and neninj services a. umial
COMPTON HILU Compt.-n nnd Lafaette; th
Revervnd TV. TV. Neell. Pastor IV. IS a in..
"Kternal Ufe": f p. m.. orcan ivcltal. loi !.
Th l'ure in Heart."
I'lR-ST. iwlmar. mar Grand: tie Reverend Doc-
tjr C" II Pa!l.n 1'astw 11 u. m. Th- Vli-
i. ii ard tlw jved"; S p. m.. "Sli Foundation
M-e": first of a ttVts.
1 OfNTAIN l'ARIC. Anbirt and Fountain; tl.
Rrerei.d J. Cromer, l'Rslor 11 a. in.. "A
Klrrdnm "hat Cnn. t Ba Moved"; 7ja 1- ni..
"A l"alare lleautlful."
IIT DB PARK. Bremen and Blair: ta Reverend
VT. M Jon-". I"h. I.. Pastor VIM a. ni .
Th See'.rR Eve"; Ti) p. m.. "Go.1 Mid Mmi.-'
IMMANI i:U Hancock and Jarr.Ueon: tha Rev-
frxnd Mllion J. Noitm. paaior MornlUE anl
enlroc eerv lev's ot U--ujl.
ITMOUIAU Sulphur and Way; the Reverend
l"rark Fewer. Pastor 11 a. in., sermon by the
It'verend Firth Strinctr s p. in., th Reverend
OI.IVi: 11RANCH. Sidney nr.d Mlswiutl: the Rev
nend TV llltnni Jolnwin. I'astor II a. m.. Adl-
ir.e lse tn llruihcrly Klndni-w"; vienlns.
A Happy Homo Broken by a Bad Son."
TILGRIM. TVashlniiton a-.d Elnr: the Rer-
ernd IVietor M. Hurnl.ain. I'aMur 11 . til .
Th Hold Grasp of lvlt!r;; 7:11 1. m . "Moral
RKHER PI.ACE. Markllnd nnd Old Marrheitrr
11 n. m.. tha Itrwrrnd Philip Jainla: i p.
ni.. tho Reverend Ilnh Stringer.
UNION. No. 1C3 North Tenth, the Reverend S.
T McKlnney Pastor Id 4 a. in., to eh'ldren.
"Ttio lt.iv en": ndulp". "Tho How vt Faltli";
f p. m.. "The. Ixt Shep."
M PLKTVnon. th. Reveiend T T. Holway.
I"a-ur Tlnmirjr and tvenlns servioas uual.
OM oi:rIIAl(l: the Reiererd ll.irrv Blunt.
laHio-Mcmi' k and eenlnc services r.s uval.
VEBSTEl: OROVIi: theltevennd i 1. Klos.
i aMor iivnii ; nnti evening: servtct-a as usual.
IIOI'K It-It nnd Kaaton: E. A. P. Hayr.es. Sup
ply Morning and evening services aa usual.
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL. Thirteenth
and locust: the Kerertnd C. M. Iavi. Dejn
a. m. and S a. m . hrtv communion: 11 a.
m. and S p. m. rnut and scrvlcea
CIU'P.CH OF THE ASCENSION, twites and
Uoodfellow; the Reverend I;tor James R.
Winchester. Rsctor 7 a. in., holy communion;
11 a. m. and p ni.. sermon and servlck"!
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION. Ttren-ty-ipltlh
anl Washington; the Reverend Rob
ert E. Le VYalit. Re tor7 a. m., holy com
munion; 11 a. ni. and 730 p. m., sermon and
GRACE. Eleventh and Warren: the Reverend J.
1". T Intrahnm. Rctor 10:30 a. m. and p.
m . sernon and serv Ice
MOUNT CAI.VAP.V. firanl and Ijifayctte; th
Reverenl P TV FauntWoy. Kcctotll a. ni.
nnd s p. ni . sermon an J services.
HEEDEKMKR. Pln nar C.arri'on. the Rever
end Oharh- Trotman, Rector 11 a. in. and 3
S p. ni . sermon and service.
ST ANDREWS. Garrison and Cass: the Rrv
end J. A. Ioorl". Rector 11 a. m. and S p. rn.,
rnni nnd rvlces.
ST. AUGl'STINtrs. Bruno and Rlendon; th"
P.evertnd J. l. It. Milltr. Rector 11 a. m.,
r.rd I i p. m., sermon and rervics.
ST CHItT SOSTOM'S. No 4K0 John: the Rever
end William Hardens. Rect.T 5C3 p. m . Sun
day sclr 1 3:CJ p n . sermon an.1 services.
ST GEOKGirs. IVrdleton and Olive; the Rer
rend 1L A llnilaii.!. S T I). R-tcr II a.m.
and Ulp. m.. ermon and services. Munil.n,-.
Sticli i-- I Have '
ST. JAMES-? (to-ale anl Cote Brllllante; th
Reverend 11 IuKwerth. Rector II a. m, and
i p iv., serm. ii and srvlces 7AI a. m.. holy
commurlon Morrlmr. "A Prayer for the. Sev
enth Var." evening. "Ceneral Gordon, tho
S. idler nnd H-'ro."
ST JOHN'S Hlckerv nnd tmlmin: the Reverend
C H M-llr, Re,-tr 7 1i a. m. holy com
rr.un on, l'J.JS a. in. and & p. rn.. sermon unl
ST IIVRK'S. Tn-lleth ard Wahlr.tci: the
Reerend J IC Brennan. Rectpr5 a. m.. holy
cjiimunlon . 11 a. m cenr.on and rervlces.
ST PBTnif. I.'m'eii end Sprinz; the Reverenl
TVU'lam rhort Rector 11 a. ni.. rerrion and
iri : 4-r) p. rn.. chcral service; S a. m ,
holy oomi.n!in. S;cinl mulc.
ST PHILI1-S Unlm and Maple: the Reverend
TViULin l'l-irt. Rector 11 a m nd S p. in..
irrrvn and sirvices; 7:CJ a. rn-. holy conv
mun,,n T STEPHI-N'S. Slvth ar-.d P.utEer; tho Rev
erend G Tui'jvcrroan. Rector 7 and $ u. m..
l.olj C'ir.siun!T.; S p. n.. sermon and frvices.
TRINITY Franklin and Oarnlntr th R?r-r-nd
wnjfii Baratxs. Rector 7 A) a. m..
holy communl n: It a. m. and 7:1S p. m . ser
mon anl Borvlees.
ST. MATTHEWS. Wilen. neir Fri-co Park:
the. Reverend C. II. Colhns. l:cicr 11 a. m.,
sermon and service.
ST PAUIS. N.x ey Mlciilsan ICM5 a. m.. ser
men ard services.
IKM.T IXNOCTNTS. M5rran Ford Rend nd
Thilczan. the Reverend C A Otiman, Rector
7.) a. m.. lio!v cvmmunlon: t" 4i a ru. end
7.0 p. m.. sermon and service.
CI. I K"II OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. No.
;; Salena. the Reverend It. K. Nenton. Rector
11 a. ii" and S p m.. Hermon and services.
EMMANUE1 Old Orchard: tl.e Reverend J. M.
Notop. Rector Holy communion and other
eervhs as usjal
6T THOMAS'S MISSION. Thlrfeerlh anl Io
run laf-Mute). the Reverend J. II. Clou J.
Rector II a m.. terawn ai.d services la the
CVRONDELET 'Southv. Vlretnii ar.d Haren; the,
I reverend J. r. Triplett. 1'attor Moraine anl
evenini; service or uknal.
C v RONDELET. No. TIM Vlrslnla; the Reverend
II. G. Llala. rastor Morning and evenm: ser
vices a t.sual,
BOWMAN Obe.ir and Twentieth; the Reverend
J. -V. Baker. I'astor Homing and evening ser
vices a J usual
Ci:NTEN.l:y Sixteenth and Pine: the Iteverenl
Doctor J. H. Ycjns. Pastor Mornlnc. W',
"An Ideal Married Life"; evening, an evanei
COOIJ AVENUE (Snuthl. Cor.k anl Sprtnc: th
Rev trend Dorter R. I. Sm-ut. 1'aetcr Moni
Injt aid evening services as usual.
EDI:: (Oermsn, Nlrteath and Warr-n; the
Reverind Dvvld S. Wahl. Pastor Momln; and
e-nins services as usjal.
FIItST (South). Glassrow and Davton; the Rever
ind J II Early, Pastor 14:15 a. m.. annual
rally. epecUl Hrvlce; Ip. m.. services as uiaal.
GOODE AT'i:Nl E. lOde anl North Market, th
Reverenl B. P. White. Pastor Morclrg and
vvenii.i- servio's as uual.
IMMANUEI. (Suth). McCaulard: th Reverenl
TV. 11. LaPradc Pastor lltrnlnc and evening
services a Uiual.
LAFATETTE PARK (S-.uth). Lafayette and JII
soirl, th Reverend Doctor C. E. Patillo. P-tur-Moinlnc
anrl evenm eervkes u. usual.
LINDEU AT ENUE. Neiwt-td and Lindell. thi
Bevererd Doctor 1 Unlet ix.rchester, I'istor
II a. ni.. 'lln lV.it Beatitude"; S p. ra..
MAPLE AVENUE. Belt and Mtple: 'th Rever
end IVictor A. M. Rllllnfsley. I'astor Morning
an J etenir.s service- a usuvl.
MARVIN (Soijtti). Twelffi nnd Sidrey; the Ilev-e.-end
elarerce Burtnn. Pastor Momlne; and
tvrilii"4 terke .1 usual.
lltdNT AUIIRN Stutn. Ncrlh Marlet end
Hid.i.mont. thi Rewrcn! J- Sephan. Pastor
al nuns. "S-. irt e'hristians"; eveninj. "Tbines
T enn. t I.cape."
JIEMidtlAL iGenrsan). Jefferscn end Areomae:
tl.e Rev rend v ihlvin Schutx, Pastor Morning
ad tvemnu service as usual.
CABANNE (Sauthl. Arcade Hall; th Reverenl
lutor H M. Mestlck. Pastor MiKrJng anl
evening sendees a usuaL
ST. JOHN'S (South). Irtust and Evrins;: the Rv
ererd Doctrr I s. Hopkln. Pastor Morning
an. evening cervices as uual.
BT IiUKKH, Potomac Iind Texis; th Ree'
ltarr While. Pastor Mo.n ns a-d evening
s rvlces aa usuaL
ST. PAUL'S (SouUi). No. W12 St Iouls; tho
lteverend M. T. Haw Pastor Moraine anl
evening servicer aj Lsual.
ToV.Klt GHOVi: iSuutni. No. 1117 Kentucky:
the Reverend TV. A. Brown I'astor Morning
urd etemnj; tiervlccs aa usual.
TTLER PIiCE (South), Toner Grove and Mc
ltee, Oio levernl A. S. Coker. Pastor Mom
lne and tvenlic services: as usual.
UNION. Lucas anl Gan-i. tho Reverend Doc.
tor N Luccock. Pastor Mornlr.e, "Thu GosP!
ef tha Tranrl lumtlan" ; evenlsc, Cnrlst's
WAGONER n.Ttn (South). TVagon-r and
Iickv; tree Revei'nd Ioctor T. B. hap. Pas
tor Alomirig and rvenirg s-rvlces as visual.
OLD ORCHARD AND TUXEDO, the Reverend
T. U. l'rall. Pastor Murrdng and evening serv
ices as UbUal.
JENNINGS: the Reverend R. D. Snyder. Tastor
Morning and ever.li.g services as usual.
I.IRKVOOD (Sflath); tho HeverenJ J. R. A.
Vi-wtiran. I'astor iicniluc and evening serv
ices ae usual.
I'ERGLSON, the Reverend OHn IVgces. Tistor
Mrnlnc: anl even.r.c rervi es a usuaL
BRANK MEMORIAL (South). Auhert and Pac;
th Reverend TV. M. Ingiiy, Paster Morning
Planted In a :oud Plai.e."r
CVHONDELET. No. CDC Michigan, the Rvere-d
J. 11. elvus'-. Pastor Mcrnicg and eieajg enr
lccs as usual.
CENTRAL (Soath), Lucas and Garrison; the
Reverend A. F, Carr, Pastor Tha Reverend
Doctor Ueorgs L. Lei burn Kill pieach morning
COTE BRILLIANTS. Marcu- and Laballe; the
Reverend II. M. Can; bill. I'astor Moitil. g and
eve'.lrg. srvlctt, as usual.
CURBV MEMORIAL, Utah ar.d Texas; ihe Rev
erend Doctor E. D. V.alker, Pastor Morning,
"Regaid for God Pleasure"; evening. "The
Message to the Church of Philadelphia."
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. No. M North
Grand, the Reverend F. T. Connor. Pastor
11 a. m.. "An Open Doer", I p. m.. "saved
COOK AVENUE (South), CooX and Sarah; th
Reverend Doctcr M. (I. Gorln. patcr Morning
acd eveaing ecrvloes a usual.
CRACE. Ridge and Blackstone; th Reverend
E. C Jacka. Pastor Met-itng, '-.V Promise
That Nnver Fails"; evening, 'Th yueenly
GRAND AVENUE (South). Grand and Wsjhlnr
tcn: the Rev trend Doctor J. F. Cannon. Pastor
Mon.lng and evening pen Ices as usual.
GRAND AVENUE U. I.). Grand and Forest
Park Boulevard: thn Reverend J. TV. Ash-Acod.
Pastor Mor leg ar.d evening services as usual.
FiRaT. Washington arl Sarah: the Reverend
Doctor J. TV. McKIttrlck. I'astor Morring.
"What Christ Says About the Fatherhood of
God"; evening, "A Bird's Eye View of Egipt,"
riRST (U. 1'.). Morgan and NewMcad: the Rev
erend Charles R. Watson. Pastor 11 a. m.,
"Egypt: It People, Its Cisterns and Its Ml
Hcns"; 8 p. rn., "God" Omniscience."
FIRST (German). Tenth and Rutger; th Rever
end J. G. Kessler. PastorPcU a. m.. "Tha
Master CTall"; 7:1) p. m.. "Jacob Departing
LAFAYl-nTE PARK. Alhlrn and Missouri: th
Reverend Docter S. C. Palmer. Piator Mora
Ing and everdng services a usual.
LEE AVENUE. Prairie and L: the Rverend
Henry Gardner. I'astor Morning. "The Ufa of
Love"; evening. Our Stewardship."
LUCAS AVENTl E (Curcbtrland), Lucas ard Car
il.rul. ire Rover, n I Dtor 11. P. Fullcrtcn.
I'astor Morning and evening services as uual.
McC,TUSIVND AVENUE. Benton: the Reverend
J. N. Beall. Supply Momlng, "The Invisible
God": eveninc. Prayer for Deliverance."
SfKMOlIIAT. TAIlFllVer-T.l,- irirrnth n.e f-aw.
I the Reverend U. Maglll. Pastor Mornlrg- and"
c-vtiuuk eci-iicv as usual.
MENARD STREET MISSION. Menard aad Ju-
lli: "lie Reverend Charle rteltle. rastor
Morning and evening ecrvlces ns usual.
NORTH. Eleventh and iTiamt-ers; the Reverend
J. O. Klene. Pastor Morn'rs acd eveiiiai rer
vlcei is usual. . .. .
NORTH CAHTNNE; Howard S. Smith. Pastor
Morning and aveulng rvlce ns usuvl.
OAK HI1.U llnt and Humiihrey: the Reverend
1. It, Inland. Pastcr-Mornins and cn:ng
service ai usual.
TEOPI.irs (South). Nn. 815 North Eleventh: th
Reverend Invtor J. J(. Spencer. Pastor Morn
ing and evening servlce-i ns usual
R.W.TIOND 1'I.ACi: H-Jinlrlan.l. Klrig's High
way and 'alnne: the Reverend Tavljr I.er
r.arel. Pastor- Srv!ees at II a- rn- at,d p. in ;
ni evening ,ervls.
SECOND. Tal. r and Westminster: th- Rev.
eren.l S. J NIcrolK D D.. IJ D. Pati.r
11 a. ni. strvicea ns usual; S P- '-. Torglven
l.ess nrd Healing "
SECOND (German). No a-.;i North Nlii''-ith:
the Reverend J F. Muilier. lMstor Murimii
and evening service as usual.
TTLER I'l-Te'I-; Flad and Spring: th- Reverend
luctor J. O. Brardt. Pastor Morning. "The
Gon1 Soldier "
TVASHINGTON AND COMI-TON AVENUE, te
ReterinJ Doctor Frjn"v TV. Sneed. Paiicr
Moraine. "Tlie Things Which Are Written In
This IkKik". evening, special addre-vi by a mis
sionary from China.
TVEST. Maple ai.d Maryvillr; Ihe Reverend Deb
tor F. I. Kerguion. PusU'r Morning and even
ing servicer a usual
TV.TI-N'UT PARK (German). Robin and Harnev;
the Reerend F. It. Autdcrhelde. Pantor Morn
ing and evening service a1 uauvl.
TVEBSTER GROVES. Ihe Reverend Doctor TV.
II. lutes. I'astor .Tlorr-ln-r and evening servlc
COM1TON HILL CHAPEU N"- KIS IJ, Salle;
th- Reverend 1'". O nearian. Paatcr Mtrnmi
and evening tenlcet as uual.
TTAGONKR PUXCi: I . 1'.): the Rev-rend I
J Walter. I'astor Morning and even.ng srv
Ues a" usual.
CLIITON HEIGHTS: the Reverend E. J. Brown.
Pastor-11 a. m.. "God's rellovv-T orkers ; 3
p. m.. "Tho Great hxlvatlcn."
FERGUSON; the Reverend M- V. P. Teamvn.
I'astor .Morning and evening services aa usual.
ST. MARK'S. Carllnal and Bill; the R-r-rend
Doctor M. Rhodes, i'astor The Reverends. 1.
UneKir will pr-aeh; morning. The ,,rhree
foli Thought ct R'in. vlll": evening, A City
Missionary R-tuksd." ,
MOUNT CALT ARY. No. 16)7 Euclid: the R'ver
erd I T. Covner. Pastor 10.30 a. m, Thn
Certalutv cf Fomivcr.ess"; 3 p. rn. German
service; 1 p. rn.. "What Is Blptl'mr
GRACE. 5arr!on and tt. Iml: the Reverend
II. s. Sommer. l'astor-Mornlni aad venlng
services & usual.
MAPLE AVENUE. Maple and Clarendon; tr
Revrrend I. C. Hornlcg. Pastor Morning. c"rn
munion and reception of members; cenui,
"What Think Ye of Christ?"
SALILM (Getrnan). the Rev-rend TT. T. llorst-
meier. Paster Mornlrc ard aftemocn aervlvo.
SIIAARE EMETH. Lindell and Vnnrleventer:
tlie Rcvercr.d Dxtor Bamued bale. Rabbi lOMa
a. m.. services as usual.
TEMPLE ISRAEU line and L-fnr.rwe!l: the
Reverind Doctor L-on Harrison. Rabhl-10:'
a. m.. "The Truo Rtlallon Between lolll!Cs
and tho Puli.lt."
CHURCH OP THE MESSIAH. Garrison ant
I)Ciit; the Reverend Doctor John TT. Day.
Paster 11 a m.. "The I.w Assimilation."
CHI ECU iJF TIIE UNIT)'. Par and Arm
tro'ig. lie Reve.rrd Irctr P.. G KT.rtt.
Iastur 11 a. m. "Tlie Hlrjhr Personality."
UNION MISSION. No. Id Franklin av-nu-: thu
Reverend M. 11. G;tt. I"atr 9.3'V a. m.. pralsei
service; 11 a. m.. i reaching; r:J) p. m.. Sun
ojv schr-d; S-3J o. in , gospel wagon; S p. m.,
ST LOl IS CITY MISSION. No KM South
Broadnur, Mr. and Mi". M. T. Murphy. Su;-er-Ir.tcnilnte
t:J) p m . Sunday tthc.l; S p. in.,
evangelistic svrv ices.
CIlRIhTIAN ASSEMBLY. Fol'frn and Ton-r
(rove; the Reverend A. E. Nej--on. Pa-tor
Morning and evening services as usual.
CHURCH or GOD No. 2d Mcntc imery: ihe
Reverend 11. II. Stlh-r, I-astcr Morning, aftcr
roiin and evenlig service.
NIIUJRINGHAUS MISSION, Seventh and Cass;
Mra. M. Woodward Hirris. Sai-rlr.ter.denl 2
p m.. Sunday sclvvl: a p. m., preaching.
UNIVERSAL ItliOTHERlHiOD (Thosoph). No.
212 Emile Bulidlr.g, Ninth and Olive J p. in..
L-VTlEIt-'DAT SAINTS. Ellirt and Bcr.ton-9 a.
m.. i-unday schci; II n. m. nnd a p. ro.,
rrearl.lrg. Hami hrev and Morgan ForJ-If a.
m.. ruiidav s hool. 2.:') and & p m.. preari.nj
N.v 3731 Manche ster W a. m., Sunday school;
2AV and S ik m.. preaching.
CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL UNITY. Ni. 511 Van-
de enter; the Reverend V.'. F Peek, Pu'tnr
2.20 p m . Ire am; 7M" p. n.. Is an Infalllbl
Rerelatlon l'"oslble" J
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST. No.
272 lino Services at 10.17 a. ra. anl S p ra.
Subject. "Evtrlastin Punlsl n.-nt."
FIR'iT SPIRITUAL TSSOeTATION He-e-ird's
Jiall; the Reverend Thoma Grliihaw. I astor
1):J". a. m '"111-. Mnteilil cf the Mind": 7:t
p. m.. "Ihe Spirit TVe-rld."
DIVINE HUMANITY (Jviesler.bMg'an). Delmar
and Sprlnr tr- Rev.n-.d S C. Ebv I'astor
11 a. r.l. Maklrg Pricks TV. trout Mian", v-
enlng. the Reverend J It l'armclbe cf Iowa
will t reach -n Tru- Manhoo-L"
NONSECTARIAN CHURCH. IJndell ar.d Van-
d-venter: the Reverend if- C Cave, Pastor
Morn'ng service as usuvL
JENNINGS Tho Reverend Doctor J. WV!ey
Johnsi.n will preach at 11 a. m. on "Christ
ihe Uvinr llrejd."
ITTIIICAL SOCIin'Y. Memorial Hall. Nineteenth
and I:ust. TV. I- S.ield-m. lecturer; 11 a-tn.,
Tlie Good Side to Pros! -rity."
Cat hoi 1 1'.
CATHEDRA Xr Walnut. beten S-c-nfl end
Third th- Reverend Eugeae Cevi-. P-!itfr
Mi's at . S and U3 a- m.; ves:-ri. 3:3tf j in.
ANNUNCIATION. Sixth and La Salle, the Rv-er.-rd
J. J. Head. lfistcr-Maaa 6. i:S and
W IS a. m.: ve-irs. 3:Ii p. m
A-UMPTION, Sidney and Ninth: th- It-verend
I'rtrick Dooley. Pa;toi Mass. 7:20 a-.d 1) a. m.
HOLY (ROSS 7erman). Church Rnar.I, Near
miner: tr- l!vereid Peter Wigger. lat r
Jia-- ;.! ar.d M) a. m.: vcsitr. 2-CO p. m.
IIoLY GHOST G rnian). Taylor and Gartiel I:
the Reerend II. To!:. Patter Mass, , S aul
1 a. n . vespers. 3 pm.
HOLY INNOCENTS'. Brannoi and Magn.iIIa;
the Re-ierend Jchn White. Pastor Ma- at !.
and I m.
HOLT" NTTIE OF JESUS. No 2)11 EaM Gr.d:
tl.- Rcvereid I-atrlck M. Tallon. Past ir-JIia
at K fc. V and 1 a m : ve'p-r?. . :-.) p. in
SAi-EED IIKTRT. Inl.ersit. NVar Twnty.
ilfh the R veteld Jams Mceib-, lie teT
Mats. t:. 7. :) tinl 1 a- rn.; vespers, .
VISITATION. Tailor ar.d Est-n: the Rer-rcnd
J? J ' ivmpscy. l'i'i-ll. C 7:3). 3 and
U-3-) a. m . vespers. 2i) p. m.
HOLY ANGELS'. St. AtK- nnd lav Salle: lh-Reve'-nd
F. M. Klflty. Pistrr-Mass. C. 7, b:.)
aid w .u in-: ve-ir. i"l P. m.
HOLY ROSARY. Neustead and Marjiretta; thn
R.ver.nd D. J. Laverj. Pvslor-llais at w
7..". 9 echlMren). 1) (- nnon) u. ra.
IMMACULATE CONCEITlN. Jeife-ron anl
Lcist, tho Revennd G. D. Povie-r Past ,r-Ma-a.
i. 7-). 'a anl WJ a. re.; Sunday uli-ol,
LADy'oF GOOD COUNSEU El-v-nth ard D-s-in
han, the Reriicnd P. 0lH.nohue. I'astor
Ma's. 7 tnd ltf a. n . vT-r". 3 p. m.
L.VDY OF MOUNT CARMEU church and
Halls Ferry Roads;, the Reverend D.t. I be
lan. Paster Mass. 7:W aad 1J.W a. m ; vc
iii r. 2:M) p. in.
lJIr OF PERPETUAL SUCCOR (Carman).
LlnU -.ml Tviuitletl: the 'f""':1,'x..uvl,n '
J rhllltng. I'astor Iais. C.W. S nnd It! a. in..
vefpirs. 2.-D p. in. ., ,.
ST. AGATHA'S (Ofrm.n). N.x 323J Sut-l Nlntfl.
the Reverend Ilcry Sehrace. I'as:or-iIa... e.
S tnd 1) a. ni.: vespers-. ti P- '
ET AGNES-S. Sel.iiy and Sahna. th- Reverend
Jchn T. Taanraih. pastor Mm, i. -. .-
and 10.15 a. m . vr'pers. p. "'.
ST. ALOTSIUSS. Magn .lla and Jn.-uary;t.ie
lieierend F (. IMw-. Pnitrr Mass. ..!..
tjS.0 ar.d 10 a. in.: ves-.ers. 2J p. m.
BT. ALP1ION3US-S. tSratl ar.d Ccok-Jlass. ,;U
t 7. and a. si.; t.'gn mass. I'M a. o-. ves-
r-en. 7 30 p. ra.
6T. ANN'S Par- and Whlttler: the Reverend O.
J. McDonald. Pastor Mass. e. 7:). . 10-k) -
n..; vesjr. 7:: p. m.
ST. ANTHONV'S (iiipian). Mer?r-v-c and (mp-
tin; tha Rever.nd Urancl-s Alters. Pator
Mas 5. 8 and 10 a. m.. vperii. 2 p. ro.
tT. AUGCSTINirS C.ennar.t Ll'rnm- and II-
bet; th Hcveiend 11. A. llukislel . Pastor
Mass. . S and 1) a. in.; vfper. I p. in.
ST ANTHONY'S (SlHo-.Vaio-liO. No. I1 South
fceeord; the RcvmeuJ Gtorge LiA3u.n;e-i. las-
loi Maf. a. m.
ST BERNARD'S. Hawk nrd Gratiot: the liner.
end I'.ucr J. Urmerlch. Pastor Mas, iu.1. .-)
and 10 a. in.: vespers. 2 p. u.
ET BONIFAC17'S (Germnn). Mlchlgsn aid
Schlraer: the Reverend II. M'r. Is'ir
Mas". S. anl 10 a. ra.; vespers. 1-jn p. m.
ST. BRIDGETS. Carr and JeC-nwii; the Raver
end Idw. I'cnion. lMfctor Masi. 6:.0 to 10.3) a.
m.; vri-er, 2 p. m.
ST. CASlMHfS. ElgHh inl Mullanphy. the P.-v-
erenl Raphael F. N. Galelln-hl. J'ator-Masj.
6. ard 10 a. in.; vesi-ets. 3 p. m.
ST. COLUMBKILI.E'S. Michigan and Davis; the
Reverenl Francli J. Jon. Pastor -Ias. 6. 8
and 10 a. m : veepe'is. 4 p. m.
ST CRONAN'S. Bo'e and Swar., the Reyertrd
J. F Foley, Pastor Mats. 6. .). 9 and 1) a.
in.; ves;ers. 3 p. m.
ET. i;iWARD'S. Clara and Mafltt; th- Rever-
erd Edward J. TVjnne. 1'astt.r Mass. .: and
1) a. m ; vep"re. 4 m.
ST ELlHABimi-S (Colored). No. SIS N"-th
Fourteenth: the R-ieiend Michael I". Spekn.
lastor-Mass. 7, SAJ and :M a. m.; en-ers.
fi p. m.
ST. MATTHEW'S. Kennerlv- and Sarah: th
Reverend Joseph T. Shlella. Ia--tor-Mas3. i.
7J". SiO and 10 a. m.: vespers. .J) p. m
ET. MICHAEL-S. Ele.enth ar.d Clinton, the Rev
erend Michael J. McCabe, I'astor Mass. . .30,
9 and 1):J0 a. m.: vespers. 2:) p. m.
ET. NICHOLAS'S (German). No. 1S2I Lu-vs; the
Reverend Joerh A. Schaefers. I'astor Mass. 6.
S and 11 a. m.
ET. PATRICK'S. Sixth and Biddl-: the Rever-n J
Timothy Dempsey. iasor Mais. . .:,) and
10 a. m.: vesp-r. 8:70 r. m.
ES. PETER AND PAUL'S (German), Seventh
ard Allen: the Reverend G. V. Golier. Pastor
Ma"". 6 s m.: vespers, 4 pm.
BT. ROSE'S. Goodfelio and EUel; the Reverend
J. J. McGlysn. Pastor Mats. 6:'. a and 11
ST. STANISLAUS'S (Pidih). Twentieth and
Cass: the Reverend Urban stanowskl. I'astor
Mass. 7:20 and 9:3v o. m.: vespei. Ip. in.
BT. TERESA'S. No. 2113 North Grand; th- Rev
erend J. A. Connelly. Pator Slue, 5:15, C:(S
rd SiS: high masj. lo" a. ra.: children'
rnLss. S a. ra.: ben-diction. S p. m.
ET. THOMAS OF AQUIN'S. Iowa and Osage;
Ihe Reverend John H May. D. D.. Pastor
Mass. 6, 8 and 10 a. ro.: Sanday school. 230
6T. VINCENT DC PAUL'S (German and Eng
l'rl). Fart and Ninth: the Reverend D. TV.
Kenrick. C. M.i the R.'veread A. II Amuth.
M.: Ihe Reverend P. V. Jndg-. C. M.r tho
Reverend S. P Hueber. C M . PastorMara
and sermen. t2Q. 0 and 9:1a a. m.: high mass
nj sermon, s and 10-2D a. m.: vespers, devo
tions r.d henedletlor.s. 3M p. m.
ET. WENCESLAUS'S iBohemian). No. 3MJ Ore
gon: the Reverend Chas. lllake. Pastor Maij,
8 and 10 a. m.: t.st. 3 p. m.
B3. MARY AND JOSEPH'S. Mlnneota and Iron;
the Reverend Miles TV. Tobyn. Pastor Mass-, i
and 10 a. m.
X. KETIN'3. Plt end Cardinal; th Keverenl
It's a Hard J
To get some grocers and stove dealers to sell a new stove polish,
but if you just tell yours in plain language that you must have
or he may lose your trade, he will supply you double-quick. Every whole
sale dealer in SL Louis sells E-Z and it is your right to have it Use E-Z
and a hard job is made easy.
Over 1,000 retail dealers in St Louis
are now selling EZ.
Mrtallnc .Makes Mckel Star
Triinaiioxs Erijlit u Sew.
Ed J. Sh-a. I-astoi Masi. S.33. 7. S. 3:30 ani
"0: a. ni.
ST MARGARETS. R'i"e'l tnd Vandnentei
Mass -r nt 7 and 1) a. m.
S. lLN'.ELprivT Crter and Marcil: h
llitrrerd Ant' n J auric. at r Ma'1. s ard i)
a. in.: epers. 2'2 p. m.
ST. PRANCl-a IK TI.ES (German). Gravo.s
end Ohio, th- R- nnj I'. J lyitz. P.i-l'jr-"Vla
. COi. 7:IS and 10 a m ; vesi-.rs. 2:"M i ri.
r-T PRANi'IS NAVIER-s. Grand and Undelt;
li IM-.tr.d ibnry S. Br nsseest. SI J Viae,
i. C. ". s Until l":ti a. f. v-iKr-. 7:45 r m.
ST HI NUT'S. IlicV. rv ar.d Caiir. rnlv: iho Rev
erend 1 .n A II itma'.. l'sb.r Mass. l:'
':ia.i! !'a m v e-r ra. S p. m.
ST. JAMES'S Tuiini. (I'filt Wade; tho Rev
erenil E. A. e'a.y. Pastia Mass, 8 and io a. in.
ST JiIirS. Sivtttnlh and Cnestn'll; till Itev
eiend James T. ejorl-y. Pastor Mass. w 7.70.
le and 13-:) a. in.; ves;ier. sn.ni.
ST JOHN Or NEPOMUIC'S (Rohemlvn), Scuta rd
and I.live-ilh, th- Reverend Jorepil Hessoun.
I'astorM.vv. 8 and Da. in.; vespers, Z p. m.
ST JOSEl'irs ed-rmanl. Elerer.tll and Blddl-;
th- Reverend J Krancii Valazza, S. J. Ml",
c. S nil w a. in.; Macday id.uol at 2 p. m.:
lienedl 'lion at 3 p. m.
nr. UTTVIIENCB O'TOOLE'S. Fourteenth and
O'I'ailon: the Reverend M. S. Brenian. l'atti'r
11a'!, EJ. 7. t. 9:15 and 10.S) a. in.: vespers,
"A p. in.
ET U:o'S. Mullarphy and Ttrer.ty-th'.rd : the
Reverend J H liarlr. Pastor Ml", 50. 7,
Ii.) fcr children: ?r Dv, eipj! erru.in. even
ing ren e. ccnslstlrg cf rary, mrrnicn an!
ET LllajRlUSS (G-rrranl. North Markel and
Hogan: th- Reverend (t. A. Re IVtor Mass.
c. t and Dim: vercrs at 2X) p. m
ET IILIH CATHEDRAL CHAPEL, N-watead
nd Marvland. the Reverend P. K. O Itelilv.
Pastor Mass. t. 7:3). 9 and 100 a. ci.: ves
pers, i p. m.
S? MTLACHV! Clvrk a-t Ew'ng; th- r.ever
esl diaries Zlegler. I'astorMas.. tJO. 7, S:M
nnd 10 30 a. m : vespers, 7:C0 p. m.
S MTPK EVANGEIJST. Patu anl ActUmy;
ih- R-verrn.l Pet-r J. O'Rrajrke, Pastor Mar.
.). ; Jl and D-iO a. m
t-: . MART'S (German). Third and Gratiot: th
Rvernd TV. 1 aether. I aster Mas. t S ar. 1
19 a. m.: Sunday tched at 2 p. m.; benediction
at 3 p. in.
THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON.
"The Lost Sheep and Lest Coin."
(Luke xv, 130.)
Trepared far Th- Republlo by the Reverend J.
E. Gilbert. D. D.. sei-retarj- et tie American
Society ot Keitgleus UJucatlon.
I.N'TIIODUCTION Tho ininlstrr of Jestn
vmis unliko that of any otlv r teathir of
his time. lie- 'yoke with authority (Matt,
vil, 'J. uttesriiiK truths not previously known
or old Hums in new -ruitlni;. His courses
of action v.cre p.tuMar, nut Rfvenivd hy
tho ruies of tiroj.rifty inlel elonn In tha
tohoolM and risicly ohicrved hj- all v.ht
would suin favor vilth thu irliBeju ruler-.
As a result ho was never undeisdood. Men
M.rutlnle'ti his conduct. nr.J yet marveled
nt hU teachlnir. cunUetniiing hU lrregul.tri
t es. hut eoiil'.-'sins lm v.iiom. Ho was
particularly offensive li tho l'harlc'-j. v.hu
eeinjluered themselves the cpeclal nuarJI
ixna rif thi law and cunlouis ivs Intcrprcteil
1 tradition. They were- never ablo to so
l'ehlnd or helow his v.ords and 3eed- to
o.ia.ove'r the eioelWneo and the poner from
which all his activities proceeded. Indeed,
they hated and persecuted him as an in
truder and inr.ova'or v.ho mlqht ellsturh
t' : oxistlns order and InJ-ro their proJpects
of popular servlee. All ll'.ij appears In our
l'i";en wtn i..i;Kiiii; force, a-. Jesu-defends
himself against crliKhuu and explains his
OCCASION (Verv-3 I and C.) It was at
tlm e'use of a t-ries of parable, recorded
In the luu ch:.p:er. Illustrative of the klnc
e'o:n id heaven, tnat there, gathered about
Jtsipv a lirw comrany of ;mbhcan3 and
"-'r.r. i-, iieT'ini then held In peor repute.
The Imbli.ai.s were- tax rjatherers, despised
her.iuso they represented lh Itoman power.
Tl ey we-e the cidktors of revenue by
v.lilch the Gf-vrrxment was supported, no
that their oi!!''e nr.d vocation were constant
r minders cf tho kubjectlon of Israel. The
j uhlieans wei"? iuteil nlsu because of thnlr
rn.lenes. Ill 'r frauds and thtlr cppresslons.
lie 3inne-rs vvjio the." vile dregs of "-ociety.
vhe.se pres-pcei was suptoied to be dinser
ci.i. like ts-me contasloji ellseasi.. That
t' -ss person v,ere r.ttrac'cd to Christ vvui
proof of his power. tSomi'thlns In his
;ieachln. rniy hnve aroused their con
ro'encei (Marl: -ell, 37). excited their curt
(dlty or nwi.kenrd their hore. Hut when
Jc3U3 hUffere'd the"m to npprnach and even
i ncuur.tf.ed thrm ns part of nil audience,
thi Pharisees and scribei were surprised.
To them it'ieerced Impossible Hint-any or.o
Bhou'.i wclk pure and unspott-td amid the
I "Unions of the world, and they cried out
i.fu.n-t the set.
HC1:KING Tr?cs 3 nnd 4 ) This criticism
mlSht have bei-n passed by with indliler
encc Jesus was under no obligation to ex
plain. Sut the occasion was favorable for
wholesome teaching. Ho did not attempt
liny learned dissertation. That would have
I', eti unprr.iltable. But ho presented tvo
K rabies, each containing n truth of lm
in"iiM value ions ovrrlookcd by tho learned.
1 he ilrst parable, was tho lost sheep. A
in in hail a ilocl: ot a hundred, dim of
which had wandered Into the w llderncs.i.
Tlds stietcmcnt was enough to nwaken late-rest
In the heart of an Orientalist, whose
lifj made him bee the danser of the wan
derer. The audience therefore expected ll.o
picture drawn by Jeus of tho man who
left the ninety and nine and Went ftrth
tteklns the lost. It was u most happy ref
erence to a very common occurrence anions
shepherds, one that touched the ordinary
Evnipathy. An npreal was thereby made to
all present which none could rcs.st. and the
threat teacher mlitht pro-etd assured that
ell would follow the further development of
lil-v thought, although r.o ono may havo
pt'f-se-el his ult.mntc purpose.
HEJOICING (Versos 3 and 6.) That the
Search for the lost would bo continued un
til It was successful no one would doubt,
rnd so tho E'ory of Ji-sns ltd up to that
happy riMilt and portrayed the outcome.
When !.e had found It he Iaycth It on his
slitulders." carrying It homeward, not suf
fcrlnK the weary one to walk, so tender
w.ii the regard, so happy was his heart.
And as the man went on he rejoiced. It 13
eakl that shepherels sansr undtr uch cir
cumstances and that their voices rar.s out
full nnd clear along- the valleys, ccholn?
among the hills, disturbing the quiet of tse
way and tellinc; to all the' Joy experience-el.
And on re3chinr home the man gathered
his household, his servants, his neighbors
and friends, announced his success ami In
vited them to unite with him In expressions
it gladness. This might scera to us an
overdrawn statement, but It Is true to thi
pastoral life of the East. Travelers Inform
us that similar rcenes may be witnessed In
our elay. A lost pheep. res.-ueel from tho
wolves and from death, brought hack to the
fold e-auss much merrymaking among tho
ilrcple-rainded folks of those distant lands.
Itr.PENTING-CVerse 7.) The Illustration,
being complete, was applied In ;v very beau
tiful nr.d delicate way. Jcsua did not ut
tempt to trace any parallel between a lost
fehcrp nnd a lost soul, although it is evi
dent that he Intended one should represent
the other. Neither did he reier to ths ef
fects made to bring back the wayward and
reclaim Mm to God. although those efforts
are earnest and protracted, the result of
divine love ior the erring. Under some cir
cumstances the parable ml;ht have brought
out both these rolnts. hut to do so In this
case would have dttracted s-omeirjiat from
the force of the narrative and might have
defeated Its purpose. But Jesus holds his
hearers to the fact that God and the anscH
rejoice at the eonvrirslon of the rinner.
This was Intended as a contrast with th
narrow Msotry of the Pharisees. TVouId
they dare In their legal righteousness to re
fLse what the holy Inhabitants or heaven
had granted? May they keep at dlstanc
EFW ,T, T 1? TTi-x
"re- -es- ssarwsl - r". -nr ftT
MARTIN & MARTIN,
rKsa&mnirMiJ uim -.m.ix.wx
there who have been accepted by the Al
mighty" It Is worthy of iiejte that the n
Joldng was on ne-cuunt of re pen ..nee. This
tdt-si'iittd the uhliosuphy cf the snirlu I
life-, the eonditl'jn of pa re! an. (I John 1. 9
One pen'tent Is esteemed above nlnety-ji.ne
SWnKIMNG (Verse 8) Tho last parable
touched only one side of the great principle
whii-h Je-us intended to set for.h. The
change in the heart ot the sinner was tie
occaMon for Joy. A sj-l'itual bun.-. f-orry
for Its evil, turning away fiom It a- d there
by retr.i lng his sdepi toward purity, was
accepted with glaur.ess, becau.-.e the llfo
would tl-.ere-after be governe-il by new mo
tive., and every r!ght-th!nl:lrg i-rson who
knows of this trai.formatlon en.ght to re
joice. Hut there v.as another aspect of the
cane deserving attention, brought out In the
parable of tho coin. A woman hid ten
piecen. one-tenth as many as tlw man hal
sheep. One wa.- lost, and she lighted a
candle and swept the house to Jind it. The
point hcr is the vulue of the th!-.fr lait
It has u purchasing power and It bear the
Image of the Erapror. to the soul of the
sinner made In tne divine Iiitene.s. (Gen. 1.
!). may be enip!oed in high and noble pur
suits, "ami Its rescue is therefore to be
sought. On account of Its worth the
thurch. rei-res-nted by the woman, lights
a. candle: tliat i.-e. Institutes Illuminating and
searching agencies and iirocses. ThU li
tho natural and legitimate bi-ir-.css of the
church, and when it Is neglected then Is Its
mUsion fcrgotttn and Its energy wasted.
CALLING (Verse D.) On Iltdlng her lost
coin the woman dll what the man did on
finding his Eheep she rejol'ed. She made
no apology for ellsiriacgir.; the furniture
and causing Inconvenlenee to the occupants
of the house. The Irrestuiaritl s.dlsorder and
confusion were deemed to be hlshly proper
under tho circumstances. She as-'-ume 1 that
all about h-r would sharu her spirit and
hence she callol on them to unite li her f-x-pres.V.ons
of joy. and they readily compiled
So JeU- Intended to Intimate that if h"
nail transgressed tho ordinary moles of
ministerial service. If he hnd proceeded In
a way contrary to the established order
these Pharisees ought not to complain. On
the contrary they emght to be ilrst anl
loudest in their expressions of approval
when thesev publicans nd sinners were
made hearers of the TVord. TVho could say
but some of them would be lmmenselv use
ful In tho world? Thb hour of thsir pa
tient attendance mlsht bo the beginning of
lives that should contribute incalculable
C"od to mankind.
UKHNKSS rve-?- 19) Once more Jesus
tneieavori to lift the thought of his nudl
ence to the heavenly world. It may be that
he hnd the sumo motive In elolng ro that
prompted his previous reference. Probably,
however, he Intended to emphns'ze the fact
that spiritual beings In the other realm ara
Fover.ieel by the considerations that Inilu
enev here and that the two r-alms ar s
related that the conditions of the lower are
known In tho higher. That word "llke-wL-e"
Is luminous with truth. Hesven and
earth nre not far nvart. 3Ien and nncels
are In close toui-h. The heart of an angel
Is like- the heirt of a man. Th law that
ilet rinlnes here ileterminfs there one law
In tho moral universe, abovo and below.
TVhat wo feel end do In religion is in re
rponre to that natural prompting by which
nil actions umorg men are controlled. Tho
f.cellns; of n pl.?ce of money, the :lndlnc of
a soul are both occasions of Joy and ex
hibitions of the human heirt. The-se Phari
sees had erv-teel i flctltii-'Us standard and
are thus shoun the more excellent way.
sr.TIMAUV Jesus Chrl-n came Inte. the
world to Rive sinners. (I Tim. I. 13 ) The-y
we p previous In his sight as wanderers as
burled ben-ath the rubbish and dust of
time. However far removed from right
eousness, however deeply sunken In Hharae.
he sought them. This rmrlovment deserved
the hlsh praise of oil be-ause It enlisted
tfc rympsth) of the pure lx-ings In the
re'a'ms er l'sht. It wa-. the'ref-re. a God-llke-
pur.-ult. In like manner the p-'orle of
Christ musw be earnest In recljiinlni: the
wavvvnru. They must stoop to the- lowest
nnd the vilest nr.d fear nothing from the
contact. If thi "sons of God shouteel to
gether nt the Ilrst creation (Job xxxvili, 7),
how much more mnv b lleve-s when a n-w
creat'on b-Rln. when n soul is born into th
llcht ef everlastirg life (Kph. 'II. 10) s
Herrard with e-xqui 1 o taste aa the tears
of repentnnce lire t:.e vvirenf nrg-ls ind eif
salnt3. I.uther i3s the sinner's cevivtr-ion
causes To Jeum-s among the heavenly host.
FOR A COLD IX TIIEIIR.in
XAxativo Dromo-Qulnlne Tablets.
MARYLAT-JD-s'' VOTE SAFE.
State Will Give I.rjran a Handsome
TVashington. Oct. l.V-Mr. 'vViniam TV.
rirlde. who has been In Southern Maryland
for the last week, rtumplmr In the lntcr
esta of Bryan and Camallrr. wa seen at
th'j Democratic headiuarters to-elay. Mr.
llrido said this evening:
"The sltuatiin In fc'ojthcm "Mcrjland Is
very encouraging. I had lar-je nnd enthu
siastic Tnee'tings. and the enthusiasm shows
me plainly that ilarjland will give her
eight electoral votes to Hryan. Tho dis
affection from the Republican tlc.'cet shows
Itsoif s-rongly. especially in Charles Coun
ty, where I saw many fortn-r It-publlctus
who are goin to vote the Democratic tick
et ror th- ilrst time this vcar
".Mr. JIudd. in my op.nion. wllfbc beatn
In hit district by air Camaller. who is'a
very p3i-ul.tr man. The negroes are oppos
ing; Mudd in largo numbers, acd I look for
Itnrnl I"re-e Delivery.
Washington, Oct. 10. Ilural free dellvcrv
rervice will be established November 1 ni
Illinois Sparta. Randolph County, popu
lation served. I.PC; carriers, Silas Taggart
snd TV. C. KInley. Trenton. Clinton Coun
ty, population rerved. 2.-0): crrie-s. F. TV.
Hash. .Tl. TVanner and C. J. Stelnmetz.
Indiana Crown Poll.t. I.Tkc County pop
ulation served. CI: carrier II. C. TVIe
Kort Dranch. Gibson County, population
strve.1, 331; carrier. TVUIiam HolIIs. aiarklc
Huntlnston County, population served 3ts:
carrier, G. TV. TVntson. '
Iowa Grinncll. Poweshiek County, popti
latlor. served. CIS; carrier. TV. J. Ncely.
Doctor N. J. Hyatt has been appointed a
pension examining surgeon at Belleville
The? TVIIlIanison-Gnnnlmc Aelv. Co.
Paint offlee and store siRni. and execute
all kinds of lettering;. EIS TValnut street.
"vt ntIonaI ISank.
TVahington. Oct. ID. The application fcr
authority to orsnnlze the First National
Hank of Bancroft. la., with a capital of
fjUHtt was to-day approved.
The Chase National Dank. New Tork was
to-day approved as reservo nccnt for tho
First National Bank, aiount Hope, Kas.
MORPHirdE and WHISKEY
ZEZatoltm C-orod iax 4to8 nn-R swr a - . ..K
A4. B.C THOMPSON, 622 Memo J 4 J.cwrrj Bc.. St. Lonl VUAkxANTEED
Tils List Appear ErerySaiurdar.
7RAVLE83 Apply to
Anssrictn EarojKaallotel BOOKLETS FXE3
Hotels and Resorts.
A. P.. Amrrlaa t'ljo; IS. P.. European Plan.
?.--ccr. .& E.P. Th, T-. Cy-I.
itopit iiot-fim i'.v. -tat.
t tou bivn
(bact 31 j)
American ?Ui, i cp.
. Efsoi. n y-v- l-:u,- Hotel St. 6eorp
Gntcago "- fsgaif Tha Aaditarlun
Gterilasd OUo- -iSSSSKS: T61 HoIIsndea
wSH TOf K stsndar Ior rxseaeae
Itsa York gygg.'gaaa Hotel St. Cload
Hay York R, ii$&LAZ;. Hfltil Nanrre
Ksw York "gaiVpear- Hatil Alhrt
Kes York tvr?"Vl'u Marton Hwe
FS!ladelp!i!a S "i.SrS" TIk Rittei-H8
Polsad Spring M--ir,L,
: st. Letts Mo- Ds1apj;a
YasDlagtu -y.BoVsrprS-p. ArliDroa Hatal
WasnlBctsa i,h.o-.otV.t.?caHjtal RldWMi
PILES! PILES!! PILES!!!
Dr. TVilllatr.s Indtan Pila Oictrrwnt win erara
Blind. Eieedlc-j:. tlcerated and Itchtcs Plte. It
absorbs tse tumors, allays tha ttcblna; at onoa.
ects aa a poultice-, fives Inatast rtllef. ET. Wll
Uaras Indian lit Ointmtnt Is prepand only
for IMies and Itcnicg- cf tlie prlvata lans. ant
re-i-trr else. Every box Is sruaxanteeo. 8cld br
eirurKlsts. nnt by rr.ali. fur bvo and tl pr boa.
V. Uuan-i MrR-. Co.. Preps.. CleTsland. Oalcx, and
e-yer Eroa Drat Co.. Aieata. St. Lewla. Mo.
VISITORS AT THE HOTELS.
Phil a Orlfflth of Crtf-snaM. Kae. ta sat tha
C. A. Hall cf Dyersburs;, Tana.. U M tha
.v. P. Alien of Nst Tork t at this St. Jflch
olax. Jam Ilradsbaw ef aillwaukete TTTav. la at
TVilluair. Aull ot Lxhiftoiv. Ma.. 1 at th
--Ii Jt. Kaleleh ef IJttla Reck. Ark., Is at tb
P. A. Vaaderllp of the Trtmsnry "Departmant
at Wasbington is at tb Soutnerc
-J. A. llcKlia of Indianapolia, Ind. is tat
.V. ilcJelnney ef New Terk la at tha Ltndsll.
J. P. COppean cf JopUn. JIol. Is at th
Jchn 1. Itcgy cf Ste. Onavdeve, Mo.. la at th
A. J. Tulec of IavenwortX Kaa.. la at tha
iar iloran ef Surertar. TVtsv. Is at tha
1 TV. Sharp of IUrrtonvin Mo.. Is at tha
J"- -A- McDonald of Kansas city Is at th
iinde'P" UvlI,S,toa of 'vvlnascr. Mo., la at thee
StSlin.GraJ:iln f St" Jowfh- Mo- - h
J. Ed Bry of Fulton, airv, is at the Icledt.
I. .i-Jian of Louisll. Ky.. Is at the Moser.
-. .' Dentcn and Mrs. Deatoa of Arkansas
City. ims.. ai at the Planters. "
T. Jameson of Tuisa. I. T.. is at the La-Jed
rJ7 . . Awinder and Sirs. Alexander ot Plka
Citj". Ars.. ara at the Planters. -"-ule- " ""
TT'ashlngton. Oct. 19.Tho foUowlnic
fourth-class rostmastera have, been ap
pointed: Alabama-Art. Dalo County, J. N. Bear
field, vice I. Lewis, resigned; Haiti Green,
Madison County. J. ai. Oldfield. vice H
ucss. resigned: i'ark TVocd. Jefferson
County. TV. C. TVhlte, vice 31. Garner, re
rlsneel: Powuerly. Jefferson County, S. H.
hmlth. vice H. V. Lacey. removed; Queen,
I ayetle County. 1 a. iteeves, vlco J. TV.
Arkansaa-Sllver Sprlnss. Benton County.
tim' f'"11!."' ,'!co. J- G- Ball". reslgneil.
Illinois Blanchanl. Pope County, It. S.
Hart, vice Ezra Hart, rcslsnetl.
Indiana Der. Lake County. G. J. Baker.
?? 3I- " Peterson, reslffned; Uniondale.
TT ells County, TV. 11. Black, vice D. Wilson,
ailssisslppI-Crosbv-. Jones County, TT. R.
l.alny. vice N. 11 Crosby, resicncel.
Tennessee Kaser. Blount County. J. 31.
aiarine vice J. O. Whitehead, resigned:
t rr"v"!.?cock Co'Jnty, N. L. Wolfe, vice.
J. A. VicEV. res-lsned.
aiarderrr In an Olel Hesldent.
Hot Springs. Ark.. Oct. 13. Thomas
iJawson. who was arre.ited nt Arkadelphla
tor murder committed a year ago In tha
Indian Territory, and who was brought
hero for examlratlon before Commissioner
Cohn. turns out to be an old citizen of this
city, cr rather ho grew to manhood here.
He states that after the klliinc of Frank
Ceaton, which he nllesed was done In self
cerense, he camo lmmedlatelv to Hot
bprlnss and tngaaed In peddiin's chickens
on the streets. Knowing there was a re
ward for Ma arrest, he says, he was afraid
to remain here, so left for ailssourl and
afterwards went to Arkadelphia.
Cot Verdict for f l.OOO.
Altnmont. III., Oct. 19.-M. S. Carter, a
painter of this city, -who while walkm
on one of the principal streets accidentally
ten Into the basement of a large drv good3
store, and received serious Injuries!, and
who sued the city for J10.000 fiamanes. re
ceived a verdict at this terra of court for
U.W and costs.
Three Consxresslonnl Speakers.
rt'i11107. "V'e ct- --Thrce Consressmen
nfUni.S!li ai,re?se5 .hcre -nIcht. Reeves
of Illinois and Dalzell of Pennsj-lvanla
sjveaklne nt a Republican mcetlnK at tha
?fi Jh,crS,and wams or Plttsfleld
Suth &e HemocraUc meeting on the
,5-1 -jC r, , -