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Inn; M. IJelafontaine, of Chicago; and Guatavus
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or the money will be rpfuDded by
the person from whom it was bought. .
The only Onrwtt pronouiwd by our leading physician
a.t t.jurlo.. to the wcmrw, iKlnut'.nwrl hy hull, aa
tl "luuatooniforUbtt u(l p rlect mting Cornel ever
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ance of heat, fatiuo and ex
tltemcnt.v It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
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'and perfect are Iw effects,
that it is impossible to detect
There ha nyr been an lnUur In which tbt
terllni lUTleonnt and mitl-fobrlle mcdkln ha
tailed to ward off the complaint, when taken duly
ai a protection ifilnt malaria. Hundred, of
rihyiiclani have abanduD'd all the oillcUl ipee
Be, and now pre.rrlbe thl harmlre yKtabl
tonic fur ch 11 and ftver, a we 1 aa dypitpit and
nertona affuclldua. Iluatvttr' ItlttuM 1 tu
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Thai Had Boy. '
The jrmoitry wan tihkedllu Umt Boy
fthout Inn i!irMimsttiii(!Ps of a Imnd cr
cnJin bin father, wliich was explained
ns follows;', ;
"I)ou't ot that gut out, or pa will kill
mo dead. It was a joke. Ono of these
Rohemian bandu that joes about town
playinjr 'tunes for pennies, was Over on "
the next treet, and I told pit I guessed
aomo of his friends who hud heard we
had a baby at the house, had hired a '
bannTand was coming in a few minutes
to serenade, him and ho better prepare
to make a speeeh. ,; Tit is proud ot be
ing a father at his age, and ho thought
it was no more than right for the neigh
bors to aerenado him, and ho went to
loading himself for a speech, in the li
brary, and rue and my ohum went out
and told the leader of the bund thero
was a family up there that wanted to
have aomo music, and they didn't care
for expense, so they quit blowing where
they was and came right along. None
of them could understand English ex
cept the leader, and he only understood
enough to go and take a drink when he
is Invited. My chum steered the band
up to our house and got them to play
'Babies on our i Block,' and - 'baby
Mine,1 and I stopped all the men who
wore going home and told them to iwit
a minute and they would see some fun, ,
bo when tho band got through the second
tune, and the Prussians were emptying
the beer out of the horns, and pa stpppud
out on the porch, there whs more nor a
hundred people in front of the houo.
You'd a aide to see pa w hen lie put his
hand in the1 breast of tils'-coat,' nnd
struck an attitude. lie looked like a
congressman or a tramp. The band
was scared, cause thoy thought ho was
liiad,, and tuuie of them were going to
run,1 thinking he was going to throw
pieces of brick house at them, but mr
chum and the leader kept them. Then
pa sailed in. lie commenced, 'Fellow
Citizens and thou went way back to
A(Jm and Eve, and worked up to the
present day, giving a history, of fhe
notable people who had acquired chil
dren, aqd kept the crowd interested.
I felt sorry tor pa,' cause I know how he
would tool when he tamo tq find out he
had been told. The Rohemians in the
band that couldn't understand English,
they looked at each other, and won
dored what it Was all alio'ut, and finally
pa wound up by stating that it was
every citizen's .duty to own children of
his own, and then he invited the band
and-the crowd in to take some refresh
ments. ! Well, yon ought to have seen
that bond como In tho houso. They fell
over each : other getting, in, and the
crowd wont home, leaving pa and my
chum and mo and the banal Eat ? Well,
I should smile. They just reached for
things and talked Bohemian. Driuk?
0, no. I guess thoy didn't pour it
down. Pa opened a dozen bottles of
champagne, and thoy fairly bathed in it,
as though they had a tiro inside. Pa
tried to talk with them about tho baby,
but they couldn't understand, and Anally
thov got lull and started out, and the
loaiter asked pa for throe dollars, and
that broke him up. Pa told the loader
he supposed the gentlemen who had got
up the sercnado had paid for tho music,
and the leader pointed to mo and said I
waa the gentleman that got it up. l'a
paid him, but ho had a w icked look in
liis eye, and me and my claim lit out,
and the Rohomians camo down tho
street billn' full, with their horns on
ther arms, and thoy were talking Ro
hemiun for all that , was out. Thoy
stopped in front of a vauaut house anil
Ixuran to Dlav. but vnu couldn't toll
what tune ft was, they were so full, and
a policeman camo along- and . drove
them honi, ,I guess I will sleep at tho
livery stable to-night, cause pa is otl'ul
unreasonable when anything costs him
three dollars, besides the chain psgno."
-Peck' i Sum.
Jtingiian Uram ri. American Meat.
It is universally the belief that meat is
more expensive than a. vegetable diet;
yet a , reeom 'English .writer gives ex
tended figures showing the comparative
value of a: given surface for production
of human food, when devoted to grain
growing, as compared to a like surface ,
devoted to the production of meat. Tho
essayist referred to reasons that each
acre devoted to growing butchers' meat
will produce fifty pounds, and that, al
lowing throe pounds to each person, tho
aareage named would feed 2.172,1108
persons. This is on the supposition that
Uie population would make up the deli
cioncv with other food, as they could
not subsist, on meat alone. It Is said
Canadian boatmen and the Esquimaux
consume six to eight pounds eiudi day
when deprived of other food. It is
arguud that each acre devoted to grain
raising will produce 1,420 lbs. per acre,
which, at two pounds per day to each
5 ergon, would sustain a population of
2,702,81)0. , Thus he reasons that upon
a grain tliot, leaving meat out of the
?iitUon, the land will produce enough
ood for their own people. Tho wish
niy, In a degree, ne father to tho
thought In tliecAso, Ho argues that the
remedy for otor-produotlon is food re
form, and brings In tho ofi-roiiented
statement of Dr. Hunter that forty-four
men oould be sustained on lOOamus de
voted to sheep raising; 63 on a dairy
farm; 5t50 on a farm devoted to wheat,
and 683 on t farm devoted to potatoes.'
W Imagln that the HIJ on potatoes
would hardly have strength onougfi to
dig and oat the potatoes after they were
grown.''' ' .
The British farmer, it Is claimed, has
beeu uialuly driven from grain Into cat
tle crowing by Ihft extensive shipments
England of foreign grain; and now
foreign meats are pressing upon tlinm,
and it really looks, taking the essayist's
figures as a basis, as if English acres
devoted to cattlo and Bheep growing
would leave their population 'more de
pendent than ever upon the grains and
meats of other countries. The English
people are fully aware of thl.s, and it is
reasoned . that tho British farmer and
feeder will continually, in the future,
encounter very strong competition from
our cheaply-grown meats. They argue
very stionglv that the real food value of
cereals Is enormously greater with them
than the best yield that can be obtained
through stock growing. It is claimed
also that the production of stock is
strictly limited, whilo through a better
system of farming, appliod with care to
the production of grains and vegetables
these articles could be considerably add
It is claimed also that the poor, pat
terning after their wealthy neighbors,
spend thoir money for tho more expen
sive moats, whereas formerly they ate
but very little meat very little even of
tho cheapest and that if they would
depend more upon "the kindly fruits of
the earth" it would be full as well for
them, and much cheaper. But we sus
pect that the poor people having got a
taste of good American erown meat, and
finding it "toothsome, notwithstand
ing the vigorous efforts through libelous
statements to place it in tho background,
will quiio surely clamor for more, bo
cause they find ft agreeable to the taste,
and satisfying; and when itcotucs to do
ing haij labor they, of course, findthat,
while bread and potatoes, constitute
pretty good diet especially good for
tilling still tho yell-fattod flesh of the
beast ot tho field is quite necessary to
make one strong in battle, whether the
battle bo in tho harvest field with sickle
in hand, or a carbine and knapsack ovet
tho burning sands of Egypt. Wo con;
elude from all this that no sophistry
will change tho taste of the English
working and middle classes back to po
tatoes, after having had a few good tills
of American hign-grade, well-fatted
nieau United States Economist.
A Fifth Avenue Eag P.cker.
Joaquin Miller writes: A curious
pshycologicul story was whispered iu
my ear last night at the Windsor Hotel
by ono of tho wealthy habitues of that
home of American aristocrats. The
singular facts are not yet public proper
ty, but as I 6hll not give names 1 do
not see what harm can come of it, audi
take the responsibility of my utterances.
During the war, or a short time after
ward, a man, who it is positively assert
ed had been a rag-picker and actually
went about with a bag ou his back and
a hook in his hand, from barrel to bar
rcl and from day to day, week in and
week out, suddenly became rich. No
ono knew how he got rich. But lie
bought a block of property and built r
house on Fifth nvenue. He sent his
children abroad to be educated, kept s
carriage, hafi a crest anil coat-of-avins,
and of course denied vehemently all
knowledge of the rag-picker. It is safe
to say that if any man had made that
charge against hnu the man making il
would have bad to pay heavily in dam
Well, the years swept by, the children
returned from abroad cultured., proud,
boautiful with youth and hope and prom
ise; and, I trust, good enough at heart
and strong enough 'in heart to feel no
shame in any revelations that may fol
low. But now tho father's concern and
anxioty to keep his low calling con
cealed was redoubled. He began to
tell all sorts of curious stories of travel,
life in strange lands, a boyhood spent
in Paris, a familiarity with great men
in foreign lands during these dreadful
davs of rag-picking in New York city,
This preyed so upon his mind, so says
my lmoi'mitnt, who knew nun intimate
ly. that ho became crazod. His children
began to observo that he would get u
silently and go out of a night. 1
would como home Btealthily at dawn,
and thoy would hear strange noises up
in the garret. He grew thin as a ghost.
One night and only a few nights ago
a policeman saw a man with a white
shirt and diamond studs , that glistened
in the gas-light poking in an asli barrel
with a rag-picker's nook in his hand
and a irreat well-tilled bair on his back
Theso ho dropped and ran as the oflicer
looked at him supiciously. Bttt being
pursued and captured ho gave his namo
aim auurcss, was taken home, And, is
now in a private asylum for the insane,
Theory? 1 have no theory about it.
i nave ocen tryinr to dismiss the whole
thing from my mind, but it haunts me;
and so I have written it down and di
vided it up by piece-meal with iny read'
erg to get rid of it. But ' is tt not Just
possiblo that this poor man .found his
money in an nsii-tjurrel, where it nnu
been hidden, stolen, or lost by somigoV'
eminent oiliccr, perhaps during tho
Hush times toward tho close of the war,
and so wns unable to cot his mind away
from the trash of the streets?, I do not
know. The garret of the fine house, It
is said, was found packed full of old
Chanoos at Pokor.
A veteran iramcslur has fiVured out
tho possibilities of poker, lie makes
tho chauces of drawing a pair on a three
umw i wo lur n umiui, ior anoth
er pair tho same, for a full hand 1 to 61,
ana ior lour oi a kind l to 3G4. The
chances of Improvement are thus alittlo
inoro than 1 to 5. If you go in ou
pair ot jacks thrco players are against
you, which is mo average with six play
ers, me average elmnecs are that you
are playing against ono better hand and
two poorer ones. When vou have aces
you nave in an probability the best
hand. Tno mathematical 'expectation
of a flush when you draw to four 'cards
oiamuiisi iooz-1). A slruiifl.t Hush
is oouiiniiuio onoo in ;jw,oim) deals, To
get upai ukcs iwico as long,
The docks at Llveroool.
have long beon the admiration of trav
elers ami monument or englneerln
skill, but very soon it will u t iJ
glum that we must look for the most
stupendous engineering works of mod
ern times. Ibo new Antwerp docks
which will be completed in 1884, will
surpass an omer similar constructions
Ttere Is to be a quay two miles lone
and 800 foot wldo. Tho uniform water
way will be 1,050 foot wide and twenty.
Ix foot deep. It Is calculated that flft
Atlantic liners will be able to lie broad-
sia on uie quay at one.
Doing a Groat Deal of Good.
'Mk O Berry, of Portland, Mo., write: Tour
FIRNKT'fl CARIOLIC HALVE I do'nc a treat
dual of rooI. Home of my friend have been
greatly beuefftted by Ui nae. I think It I the boat
aalve I have rer uaed. Beware of counterfoil.
BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA care pain in mail
udbcaat. For use externally and internally.
DR. ROGER'S1' VEQUT'ABL'B WORM STRUP
Initantly deatroy Worm tnd remorei the Beer.
tloo which cauae them.
DR. Da WITT 0. I Er.UNGKIl'S LINIMENT
it an Infall'able enre Tor Mhcamatlam, ; Spralna,
Lament) and Diaeaiu of the ttcalp and for pro
motion the growth of the Hair, ,
Denton' Balaam 'cure .Colds, Coughs, Rheu.
mattam, Kidney trouble, etc, Can be and exter
sally aiaplaater. ,
Wheu Armies Fought Hand to Hand.
In the davs of bund-to-hand fighting,
when missile weapons were employed
by a comparatively small portion of the
combatants, tho vanquished were gen
erally almost annihilated, and the vic
tors suffered enormously. At Canine
40,000 Romans out of 80,000 wore killed.
At Hastings tho Normans, though the
victors, lost 10,000 out of 60,000, and at
Crecy 30,000 Frenchmen out of 100,000
were, it is asserted, killed, without
reckoning the wounded. When the
flint-lock reigned' the average of tho
proportion ot the killed aud wounded in
ten battles, beginning with Zorndorf in
1758 and ending ; with 'Waterloo, was
from one-fourtn: to one-fifth of the
troops present on both sides. . The
heaviest loss was at Zorndorf, where
82,916 men out of 82,000 were killed or
wounded. It was also very heavy at
Kylau, being 55,000, casualties out of
160,000 men. In the campaign in Italy
In 1850 riiles were used on ooth sides,
and we find that the proxirtion of casu
alties to combatants was at Magenta
and Solforino one-eleventh. In Uie
Franco-Prussian war of 1870-71, when
both Sides wore armed with breech-load
ing rifles, tho average proportion of
killed and wounded at Worth, Spich-
eren, Mars-le-lour, uraveiotte, ana
Sedan was one-ninth, the heaviest loss
being at Mars-le-Tour,whero it was one
sixth, and smallest at Sedan, where it
was one-twelfth. The Athenixum.
Monday Evesino, Mat 28, 1883.
The weather is warm and will probably
be more settled for the balance for the
The market ts very quiet with but little
The river is riBine slowly at this and
points above. '
FLOUR The market is unsettled and
higher than at last report.
HAY The only demand is for choice
and that is light . .
COltN The receipts and demand are
OATS Steady at quotations with little
MEAL Remains steady at quotations
with fair demand.
BRAN Little moving. ,
BUTTER The market remains over
stocked and the demand is light.
EGGS -Firm at 14c. $ demand good.
CHICKEN The market is well stocked.
FRUIT Berries are more plentiful and
prices are not so good as at last report.
Sales and' Quotations.
NOTE. Tbt price her giTenaretor ealea from
drat band In round lota. An advance Id
eharired for broken lotain fllllniordura.
3W varlona grade ...'..-,
800 lihla varlona grades...
S 00 Hi
,4 8Xft5 SO
300 hbla fancy early-
973 Biua patent ,
Scan prime Timothy..-.
2 car choice small bale.,
I car good mixed
Scar white in hulk...
6 can mixed in bulk.
S carl choice in lack.
Scare Is bnlk.
No.) Kd, per bn ...
No. t Medltoranean.
500 bbla City in lot
400 bbl City
5'i0 pound Northern
Six) pounds Northern Dairy small pku ....
80S pound Hoatnarn Illlnola - -
XOu pound) country ..
600 d 'ian.
g coopt mixed...,
..a eftaa 75
... 4 0044 so
1 cm! 50
4 50 (J 5 (10
1 Wi 25
Hhe nlah Mar
, 3 7
Black packed fruit..,
60c to 11.00 Ium
100 c ale
, 1 50(18 00
...8 (X)a2 23
Clioloe yellow t
Noribaru Teach Blow per buth.. .....i.OO'ilM
Hontliern III. Peach Blow per buth OtM
60 bbls tew potato, per bbl 8 75
,1 5" iH 00
Fist aawMUed,,.... ,
LA u I A
eaetti MttStMt S
'. .. . . . . M
t. J olmt. ......
. 1 W
J4 bushel bnrlapa.
Dry Kltut choice
Hheep Pella,dry ..
Hheep Pi lta. ureun.
i 7MM Of
4 VD 6 et
4 7sa a of
1 !i 7?(
GorlLeaf. 7 50 9 'f
RATES OK FKBIUUT.
Helena, Ark - 15'
War below Memphla, 17,
I had severe attacks ot gravel and kid
ney trouble; was unable to get a medicine
or doctor to cure me until I used Hop Bit
ters, and they cured rue in a short time.
A Distinguished Lawyer of Wavse Co.,
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spker's Fort Gpapb Winw
four yeai;s old. ,
fTHIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINK I ma le
-X from the lulce of the Oporto Orape, raited in
thla country, Iu invaluable tonic and atrtncih
enliiK propurtie. are nuaurpaaaed bv tny Other
Katlve Wine. Uulni! the pare juice or toe urupu.
produced under Mr. Hpccr't own personal tupervl
non, its purity and genuine neae, are gnaranteed
Thi ronneat child m.iy partake of It generous
qualltiea, and the weuke.t Invalid uie it to ad van
Men It I particularly beneficial to the aeed and
debilitated, and auilud tu the varioua ailment that
struct the weaker aex. It la In every ruapect A
vvjmi iu sk ne.iAn.1) u.-n. ,
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. HITERRY Its wlno of Snperlor Cbar
actor and partakea of the rich gualttlea of the rap
from which It I made For Purity, Ktcbnme, t ie
vor and Medicinal Propurtie. it will be found an
Sneer's P. J. Brandv.
Thla BRANDY atanda unrivaled In thla Conntry
beltigfar aopirltr for medicinal pnrpoen. It la
pure distillation from the grape, ana contain val
uable medicinal properties. . It haa a delicate: fla
vor, ahmUrto that of the grapea, from which It I
distilled, and is Id great favor among flrat-claat
famlllcR. See that tbu Signature or ALFRED
HPKER, Paaealc, N . J., It over the cork of each
Sold By PAUL SOHTJII
AND BY DRUC30I8TS KVERYWflKRE.
WORTH SENDING FOR I
Dr. 1. a 8CHENCK ha oat pobuabed S book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
M3 HOW TO CURE THEM
winch la offered FltKK. poat paM.to all applicanta.
thenialvt-s allllctd with, or llr.olete any diewweof
the throat or Iuiikm. MoiiUmi thla paper. Addrm
Or. I. II. HCIIKM K A "ON, rhll.d.lphla, Pa.
(SUM if you uith EnjlitK or fiimw
INJECTION, la apoaltlr 0ur for all Dlacbaroei
Btinitlnir, Bmartlna end Pnlnrul Benaatlona ofliii
SI 4 O Per bottle. Por tale by all Oruir
, '-yy (rlata. or eent by Kxpfeae en re-
OHIO Plenae mention tbll enper. www
co uloi ui ro. joiin u. raax ee nuns.
AS vom bo from lidliorailma, tteumi ar otkwaai
Wmi. nn.r,Ml, nw aplrliwl, phyilo.ll, ilrolnfl, i
wtn UrVe dialtM iirnacrlv, ou M owtA.lr tut
IBIll Mnd. vltbuul IliUninh mMlnlMS. RidMll kf MM
Mntotan uii th. nnu. .iloi Wiwil. mil "taeeli
WMiln NrrvMi ItebllHir, Pfcyjleal TPfMbr
IT HHMIM r,Y H, IIAIWIVfl IHPbUar
od. Himnl., .mHniM, imIj, tlaaaaM. Ia4
ITOn BOUsJJT (MA. W. 144 Si. Saw i
That am art tr en avi'Mtfe 1.00 to M 00 par day pro
fit, tell ng the "Pocket Mannal." The moat marvel
lona llttlo volumo liver aaced. Needod, endoraed
and pitrchared hy all clnaaot) nothing In th book
lllm uvnr unn.l loir Will nrova It or forfeit IV O.
Complete tample and outfit 6' c , or full parti
culars for stamp. Don't nart oat again until you
learn what la -aid of thla hook, and what other!
re doing. W. tl. TnoMPHON, Pabllthtr. 401
aicu su.et, rntuaeipnia, r. apra-i
Hay Flour Pork
cwt. Vbbl. bhl.
15 25 85
4 injf n 7
20 80 4b.
20 80 45
fLLINOia CENTRAL R. Rl
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago. '
The Onlv Line Kunnini
Making Direct Connection
Tajik Lbavi Cairo:
ArriTitiglnl ..Lout 9:45 a.m.; Cbteago,8:80p.m.;
coAneci g at Odin and Kmngnatn for Clncln
nati, L ,:ivllle, Indlcaapohaand point Kaat.
Lit t a.m. St. Lout and Western
arriving in Ht, Loul 7:05 P, p. and connecting
for all poult Weal.
3:00 p.m. Fiutt XCxpreaiai.
F)r Bl. Loot and Chicago, arriving at flt Loull
10'iOn tn . atM r'rttr.t-.! ?QK1 . m
3:SO p.m. Cincinnati Ktprna.
Arriving at ClnclLnatl 7:00 a.m.; Louistill 6:55
a.m.; loaiauapoii 4:no a.m. r'aaaengar oy
tbu train reach th above polut la to 30
HuUK In advance ol any other rout. ,
IVThe8:50 P. m. emreaa hat PULLMAN
bLEEPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changet, and through deeper to Ht. Lonlt and
Fast Time Kast.
Pu OQOn (rava hT toti 1,06 K Oirough to Haat.
I ajJSCJ-IUCia ern oolnu without any delay
cauta oy Bunaay intervening, 'i n eaturaay aner-
iy Sunday It
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
sorning at 10:36. Thlrty-tix honrtin advance of
bv otner route.
VSJTFor through ticket and further Information.
4pply at Illlnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
j. u. Joans, ncavi Ageni.
A. H. OAK SON. Oen. Past. Agent. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
P. O. f 'm PO
I. C. R. K.Ohrougb lock mall). 5 a. m. I
. " " " ii:ivi m ap, m.
, " (way mall) 4 30p.m. (Hp. in.
(Mnnthi.n. Illw fi O. m. 1 0 D. m.
Iron Mountain R. K..... 2:ip.m. I 9 p. m.
W'abaih R, R - 10 p. m. I 9 p. m.
TexaeABt. Lou I K. R 7 p. m.6a. m.
Ht. Loul A Cairo K. R 6 p. m. 9:30 am
Ohio River...- 2 p. m. 4 p. m.
Mia River trrivei Wed . Hat. A Mon.
" depart Wed.,Fri. A Hun.
P O. gon. del. op n from 7:30 am to 7:M pm
P.O. box del. oien from. .w....6 a. m. to p. m.
fun da j a get. del. open from.... 8 a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sundavt box del. opeo from. ...8 a. m. to 10:30 am
iasrauT. Change win ne punuauea irom
time to time in city pepera. Change your card ac
cordingly. WM. V. MURPHY, P. M.
Mayor Ihomai. W. Da:iday.
Treasurer Cba.lt P. Nelli.
Clerk Dcnnl. J, Foley.
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert.
Marahal L. 11. Meyer,
Attorney William Hecdricke.
BOARD OF ALDHH
first Ward Wm. McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward- Jeestf llinkle, C. N. Hngbe.
Third Wrd-B. F. Blake, Fg lert Smith.
Fourth Wrd-.'harle O. Patler, Adolph Swo-
fifth Ward-Cba. Lancaatrr. Henry B out.
Circuit Judge D.J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. lrvin.
Conniy Judge J. II. Koblnion.
County Clerk B.J. llnmrn.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheriff John llodgea.
Coroner R. FlUgerala
County Commlaaloner T. W. Halllday,
Mulcahoy and Peter rtaup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
I treats: preaching first and third Sunday In
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m ; prayer meet
lug Thursday, 7rtWp. m. ; Hand ay school, 11:80 a. ra
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nuv. a., UBOO raaiur.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Epttcopal
Fourteenth ttreet; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion 10:S0a. m.. Uorulng Prayers lit. ni.
Sunday ichooisp. m., Ev.ning fray.ra t.w p.m.
F. P. l'avnporU 8. T. B. Rector.
rIRST M18SIONARV BAPTIST CHWKCH.
T Proarblng at 10:80 a. m.,8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
salibalU school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shorei,
1UTBERAN Thirteenth atreet; aervitei Sab
j bath 1:80 a. m. ; Hunday school J p.m. Rev.
Xnappe, past jr.
METHUDIHT Cor. Elghlb and Waluut itrcetl,
Preaching Sabbath ll:nua. m. and 7:10 p. m.
nnday School at 4:00 p. m. Rev. J. A.Hcarrelt,
P wtur. ;
IJRESUYTBRIAN Eighth ttreet; preacnlng on
babbitt b at 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. m.; prayer
neutlug Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Hunday School
tt 8 p. m. Ret B. Y. George, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH 8-tKomB Catholic) Corner Croat
and Waluut atrcett; ejrvlcet Sahbalb 10:Siia.
o.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Vespen 3 p. m.i ier
ncea ever duy at 8 a. m. Rev. O'Dara, Privat.,
Si. PATRICK'S (Itosian Cathollo)OortieiWlolh
el reel and Waihlngton avenue; aervlcu Sab
aalh 8 aud 10 a. m. ; Vesper 8 p.m.; Sunday School
i p. ra. services every day at 8 a, m. Bav. Mastouers
I 0lU tt 8.1. Praii'l wl
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