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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOItNIM'i, JUNE 27, 1883.
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Are there Muck birch trfeHjtrOwing In the far
off woods, I wonder,
Wtlb a wciiltli of lialtny oewiioo In their
hritiicbos litho nnl strong? 'i -. 1
In the spring time do tho children reach with
cugnr hunite to plunder, . v..'
While the quiet woodland arches ring with
luu(f li aud shout and song'' ; , . ,
see an oil amp school house with
lingo a ml -wood hoside n,
And tho rumpled, mossy pasture land runs
clow ur to ttadoon
While, awiiy Ijrti k In Its greenness, with a tuft
of torn to hide It,
And a Hiiati Ilka pun-it crystal, a spring bub-
uirs bihi runs o or.
Ino houuh clow hv IL
Where thesiinlifrbt cornea In flickers and the
shadows ember dim.
Oh, the rush of clilidlnb footsteps when at re
cess times they spy It,
Oh, the flash of cooling water. Oh, the warm
lips at Its brlui. -
Thon the pulling at the blrchea, the dollghtful
swish and rustle,
And the crackling of the tender twigs, the
noisy bursts of git:
When the shnrp report the window calls oh,
what a merry tussle
In tho filling out of pockets so that no sbars
eye may see.
The dark room grows strongly oheerful as the
little smugglers gather.
And a spicy, woodsy fragrance penetrates Its
dingy nooks, i v , .
Ab, how sly the rodents nibble, while thoy
make a vain endeavor
To appear absorbed in gleaning from the wis
dom of their books, . ,
When the dally tasks are ended, and with din
ner baskets swaying
AU tbe little folks bouud homeward and the
bouse is loft in gloom,
Then acroafttbo teacher's weary face a pleas
ant smile Is straying
As she brushes out the litter with her clumsy
HEAET TO HEART.
drawing the sou fur or hor wrap
closer about ner, Alice Howard pauses
on the doorstep while she wafts & kiss
from the tips of her gloved fingers to the
old gentleman who is standing watching
ner who suca a pieasea proua expres
sion. "Good-bye, papa dear. I do wish you
were going. But don't worry about me.
Mrs. Grayson is the best of chaperons,
and she will see that your little girl
comes back safely. Good-bye."
Another moment and the carriage
door has closed, and Alice is being whirl
ed to the festive scene of which she will
be the bright particular star.
It is not because she is rich that our
heroine is the favorite that she is, nor
vet because she is beautiful, although
the most indifferent observer would pro
oounce her that, with the queenly grace
af her waring, and her face with its
brilliantsapphire-blue eyes, and horskin
as purely fair and downy as the velvety
petals of a white rosebud.
But it is something besides that at
vracts everyoue to .Alice .Howard, for
goodness and amiability are stamped up
an each exquisite feature, prKMaiming
jnm'iiitAkably the existance of a noble
Jharacter beneath that fair exterior.
She looks more than usually lovely to
aight and there is one whose dark eyes
light up with a peculiar glow' aS ..they
rest admiringly upon her. , , '
It is two years s'uice Douglas Rhodes
and Aliee. first met, and their friendship
lince then has pursued an even, unevent
ful course, until of late a change has
Jome. ... j - v
Alice sees that upon no other do Doug-
.as' s handsome eyes rest with such, a
rentle tenderness of expression, and
Jiat when ho speaks tho softest, richest
xmcs of his voice are for her alone.
A'hy it is so is a riddlo not hard to read.
That Douglas loves her she feels and
aopes, for she knows that within her
wn heart the tendrils of her warm
roung affection have long since twined
ihemselves about his image.
The hours glide rapidly and delight
.ully by upon pleasure's radiant pinions,
tmid sweet sounds and sweeter scents.
"My darling! my queen!" the young
nan thinks rapturously, "this night
Bust not pass over my head without my
lling her how deeply, fervently I love
er. I can wait no longer." '
But Mrs. Grayson proves to be the
.ost rigid of chaperons, and no oppor
unity occurs long enough for Douglas
o utter the words that ticuible upon Lis
"Have you enjoyed yourself?" he
asks, as he stands with his hand on the
Aliee draws a deep breath. "It has
been lovely!" she exclaims.
"May 1 come to-morrow morning to
see how you are feeling after your fati
gue?" he asks.
"Do I look fatigued now?" she says,
raising her lustrous brilliant eyes laugh
ingly to his.
"I cannot truthfully say that you do,"
he replies with an answering smile.
"But all the same, with your permission,
I will call in the morninr."
The next day the Howard mansion is
the scene of two momentous Interviews
one in the library with tho master of
house, aud another in tho tapestry-hung
fTl . . , . ,
i uere is a groat Dow-winuow ai one
end of the apartment, and there, with
ao other listeners than tho lilies, that
lift their snowy heads from tho jnrdin-
teres, and tiie maiden by his slue as
stately fair as they, Douglas tells his
story and receives his answer'
A month slips away, and it is
chanced Alice we see to-day, with the
cfcruntlon gone from chocks and lips, and
great tears in tho sapphire-blue eyes.
"Be brave, my own; it will not be for
"But, Douglas, I cannot be brave! It
ttas come so unexpectedly, aud you are
poinjj o far, so very, vary fur away.
What if soinutliiii should liKipottlo part
us froiimiwu otlmrP" i
Douglas draws her doner to him and
kisses Tier toar-wet face. '
"What oould happen, , wy dnrllnjr?
What could ever iorae-'bi'twi'ijn us suvo
death alone? Surelyj:oj) know, Alice,
that nothing could have Induced mo to
S;o so far from yod: were It 1 not tlmt I
elt that It would' bo tempting l'rovi
donca to reject such " n" advantageous
opening. ' A year will not be Joiir puss
Ing, and then, my dear, 1 can return with
the wings of lovs to your ldo."
So they part, and tViglasgoos to the
distant country whither bright prospect
of a certain , fortun have allured him..
The ynr glides slowly along to Alice,
whrt.ie hrtpplt'st libun) are those bright
ened by reading DougWs fr(iicnt lftt-tor,-i
lJut sudiToulyitiioy oumus to cutnu,
and month intervene, anil slill she hears
naught of the lover who, by this time,
was to have been once more with hor.
Then the maiden.' heart sinks within
her tender breast as she remember his
dinphatio words: ' ' ' 11
"Nothing can come between us savo
death alone.", , , , , '
Twelve months more of anxious wait
ing fail to bring any news, and then one
day a servant brings to Alice a enrd up
on which is engraved an old foreign
As she outers tho drawing-room aud
her caller rises, Alice thinks that never
before have hor eyes rested upon beauty
"I am from Russia," the stranger ex
plains in correct English, though with a
decided foreign accent, "and am winter
ing here in England with some friends.
On hearing your name I, recognised it
as one I have of ten heard upon the lips
of my betrothed, Mr! Rhodes. When I
left home he asked mo, if by chanco I
should meet you, if I would givo this to
you from him." , , ,
Here she hands a sealed envelope to
Alice, who has bocn 1 listening, scarcely
crediting her own powers of hearing.
Who isshe, this darkly handsome strung
jr? And what does b'he mean by Spenk
ingof one she has taught herself' to think
jf as no more among the living as her
Mechanically Alice broaks tho seal
and reads the letter placed within her
nands, and signod "Douglas Rhodes."
Thero is silence in the room; but sud
denly it is broken by a plaintive heart
oroken cry, and tho reader's slight figure
tways forward and falls prouo upon tho
floor at her successful rival's feet.
Ringing a bell to summon a servant,
.he stranger only pauses to give one
zlancedown at Alice's white, stricken
face; then, with a triumphant smile up
jn her own, she trails hersilken draper
es from tho room.
Tlireo years have elapsed. Is this
Alioe this ouiet. somberlv-dressod
voung woman bending hersaa lace over
Yes, it is she. It is the old tragic s!ory
of a father's failure and sudden death,
followed by the flight, like swallows be
fore a frost, of the friends whose name
during ber days of prosperity bad been
Alone, poor, and friendless, too proud
to sue for help, Alice had left her native
city, and here we find her in tho hum
ble position of companion to an invalid
A gay voice sounds In the hall, and
the door opening, there enters the young
Hniiirlitpr nf Lli noiiso.
"Ah, Miss Howard, here you are. I
have been seeking vou to ask of von a
favor. It is this: Will you play awhile
this evening for us to (lance? Cousin
Hal ' writes that he is coming with a
f riuud the one-armed hero he is always
talking about and I'vO' invited a few
others to make it lively. Now please say
'yes.1 ' I know your distaste for meeting
strangers; but the piano can be moved
into the, alcove, and you will be quite
The evening has como, and the guests
have assembled. Alice has been play
ing until she is tired, and now she sits,
her fingers idly testing Upon tho keys.
Tho piano stands within a lace-draped
recess adjoining a small conservatory;
and just as she is about to begin the
opening bars of a'favorite waltz, voices
fall upon her ears, and a namo is uttered
that causes the blood to rush in a startl
ed flood through her veins.
"Here, Rhodes, is a quiet cool spot.
Come, let's sit down an havo an old
time chat," one says. ' "I didn't half
want to. como this evening; but had I
known I should moot you, I should havo
felt differently. I didn't even hear you
had returned. Whon did you arrive?
And whero is votir wife?" '
"My wife? Moutaguo, aro you crazy ?"
" YVhy, didn't you marry the incom
parable Olgs, after all? Now, old fel
low, tlon'tpretend ignorance. I chanced
to meet in society thohandsoniocroaturo
whose fancinations caused you to re
main so long in that frigid Russia, and
when she found out that I knew you she
confided to me all about your engage
mont Of course I supposed, if betroth
ed then, you would bo married by this.
What broke it off?"
"Stay, Montague; give me a chnnct
to put a word In edgeways, and, as you
know part of the story. I will tell vou
all.. ; .
With suspended breath, and hands
clasped, tightly together, Alice listens.
"lotno 'incomparable Olga, as you
term her," Douglas goes on, "you will
perhaps be surprised to hear that I owe
the injury that lost me my arm, and ten
dreary mouths of suffering in a Russian
"To be brief, I met her through visit
ing her uucleand guardian, a prominent
official, who seemed bent on friendship
!.L t,r I . . 1?. - .
wnn me. ins niece i was pome to, as
I would bo to any lady, although what
I saw pf hor character and domineering
uisposuion wouiu nave rendered mo lin
nervous to the attractions of hor beauty
ii aa i not already possessed the safe
guard of as pure and faithful a love as
ever a man was blossod with.
"In tho course of time heruncle form
ally tendered mo his niece's hand in
marriage, offering mo, should I consent
to his plans, a position that would en
sure mo wealth beyond my most sangu
"You know how hasty anil passionatt
mo Kussian temoer is. Well, mv ihi
cidod and prompt refusal nngeroil both
uio Kwimeinan anu his tiloco to such a
degree that another month liml not, nit
ed over my head before I found myscli
arrested, charged with being tv foreign
agent of that secret sociuty that in tin
name of justice exerts such a terrible
and dreaded Influoneoln tho country.
"I v:is imprisoned. Though. .01
course, 1 was nut certain, 1 suspected
whosii were tho machinations that had
brought inn Inui such a strait,
"But tho lovo of life within rue wa
loo slr-oii!? to nlloWTno to 'rtmaln qiiiPt
W and unresistingly In mybon'dagtf.,:"
, . r n ....... '.I ... I. ....
"Twice I aitciupiou to caunpo wtiuii
opportunity occurred. The first time I
received tho bullet which shuttered mv
, arm aud maimed me for life. . .
"l lie second eilort i-ttmde with the as
sistance of a keeper whom I had bribud
." "I came to my own country to Hud
the being 1 loveil before all others lost
tome. It was then that I learned, for
the first time, of the upitenrance one
season of the handsome Russian lady,
who had so boldly asserted the fact
which was, of course, believed of her
betrothal to me, and of the forged let
tcrs which, purporting, to coiuo from
me, had been the means of almost break
ing my gentle love's heart.
"No wonder my friends . were Indig
nant, and until I explained, had ouTv
the coldest, most averted looks for me.
"Do you know, Montague, have
never known a really happy nionient
since then; for though I have smirched
iiiieeasingly, I havo never found n trace
of mv Alice, whose trusting heart was so
' Unheard, Alice risoi.nnd gently draws
aside the lace draperies that part tho
alcove from the llower-lilled nook where
the friends are conversing, and now, as
Douglas concludes and glances up, his
eyes rest mum her face. With a cry ho
springs to his feet.
One long questioning gaze, nnd then,
urroutidings, another spi'csonce, all else
the uncxm.Ttcit bliss of
their meeting, tho long parted lovers
are clasped Heart to Heart.
The Late Bishop Peck a Viotim of a Col
lege Boys' Prank.
Tho rccont mortal exit of tho late Rev.
Bishop Peck recalls tn incident that
made national mirth at his expense over
thirty years ago; a clever trick of the
undergraduate boys of Dickinson Col
lege, perpetrated soon after his acces
sion to the Presidency of that institu
tion. Tho now distinguished Moncure
1). Conway, then n Methodist preacher
in prospect, has tho traditional credit of
being one of the devisers of tho scheme.
In the Spring of WW the Baltimore
Methodist Conference held its annual
session in Staunton, Va., tho seat of one
of the three State lunatic asylums.
Whilo President Perk was on his way
to tho conference, the young rascals in
the college wrote a letter to tho Super
intendent of the Staunton Asylum stat
ing that a lunatic had escaped from
confinement in Pennsylvania, a very
large man, very bald-headed, with
great, round, staring blue eyes, whose
special form of mania was that he was
a Methodist preacher and 1 resident of
Dickinson College. It was thought
that he had gone to Staunton to attend
the conference to which he fancied he
belonged. He answered to the name
and title of "Dr. Peck." The friends
of this unfortunate gentleman would be
exceedingly obliged to the Staunton
Superintendent if he would watch the
cars, nnd, if the individual described
made his appearance, quietly take
charge of him and keep him under asy
lum restraint till some friend could get
to him. All charges for his detention
I 1 - ...... ... 'T I I ' .
woutu ue promptly muu iu nuporiU'
tendeut was on hand at the time indi
cated, singled out his man readily, and
courteously addressed him: "Dr. Peck,
I believe?'1 "Ves, sir. "President of
Dickinson College?" "res. sir,
have a carriage in waiting for yotl."
"lou are very kind, said tho unsus
pecting stranger, as he took his seat in
the vehicle, and was forthwith whirled
off to the lunatic limbo, where he would
have been incarcerated as a dangerous
maniac, if the preachers of the confer
enco had not interfered and assured the
incredulous keeper of theOld Dominion
craNks that the ralstalhan doctor was
as sane as tho average of humanity and
ooly the victim of a ridiculous hoax.
An Odd Firm.
Camp Curtin was not properly n
camp of instruction. It was rather a
rendezvous for tho different companies
which had been recruited In various
parts of the state. Hither the volun
teers cauio by hundreds and thousands
for the purpose of being mustered into
Shortly after our arrival in camp, An
dy and 1 went to town to buy suoh ar
ticles as we supposed a soldier would
be likely to need a gum blanket, a
journal, a combination knifo-fork-and-snoon,
and so on to the end of the list,
'lo our credit I havo it to record that we
turned a doaf car to the solicitations ol
a certain dealer in cutlery, who Insisted
on suiting us each a revolvor and an ugly-looking
bowie-knife, in a rod morocco
"Shentlemen, shust te ting you vlll
neod ven you goes into do bntuo. Ah,
see (lis knife, how it shines! Look at
dis vory tine revolfer!"
But Moses entreated In vain, whilo
his wife stood at the street door looking
at a regiment marching to the dopot,
weeping ns if her heart ' would break,
and wiping her eyes with the corner ol
ber apron from tune to time.
Ah, do poor boys!" said she. "Dere
doy go again to the great wai, away
from dore homes nnd dcre mutters nnd
dere sweethearts and vives, all to be
kilt in de battle. Doy will nefer any
moro coom back. Ah, it is so wlckcdl''"
But the drums rattled on, and the
crowd on the sidewalk gazod, a.nd Mo
ses behind his countersniiled pleasantly
as ho cried up his wares ami wont on
selling bowie-knives and revolvers to
kill meu with, whilo his wife went on
weening and lamenting because men
would be killed in the wicked war, and
"nefer any moro coom hack." The
linn of Moses and wife struck us as a
very strange combination of business
ami sentiment. I do not know how
many revolvers Moses sold, nor how
many tears his good wife ghnd; but it
she went whenever a regiment marched
vnu wo mi iu uiu oppot, tier oyos
must have been turned into h river ol
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Tho Mexican Misncndvr Is a .Cnrf of
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on tvtry bottle hny dnifnrttt or dftl 1b ptrfuowry
can iui'ply yna. 26 ind lb itrnt itm.
LAKtiK KAVIMi HL YIMI IM, bl.fc.
I have known aud watched the nse of Swift's
Kp'icllic for over tllty )ea'. and have nevi r known
or heard of a failure to euro blood I'olsou when
tiniiii'rlv taken, I used it on mv servants from
j.-kVi to IHS5, as did also a number of my neighbors.
Hud in evcrv rase that came within my kuowlediie
tt 1 ffiTturl . run. In all mv lifu I havu nevi r known
a remedy that would so fully accomp ish what It Is
rtcommcndeu to do.
II. L. I)ENSArtl),Irry, Cs.
I have known and ned Swift's Spoclflc for moro
thun twenty years, and have sun more wonderful
results from its use thau fiom any remedy In or
out of the i'hariuacopu-ia. It is a certain and safe
antidote to all sorts of Ulond Po'so
The Great Druir House of Chicago.
Wa do not hesitate to say hat for a year past
we have sold more of Swift's Specific (8.8.8 )
thun .11 other Hi nod Purifiers comb ned. aud with
moat astoulehlne rreults. One tieutlenian who
used half a dozi-n bottles says t bat it has done btm
more good than treatment which com him l.t0.
Another who has need It for a Scrofulous affliction
repot te a permanent cure from Itn on,
VAS SlIAAC'K, STEYKNSON 3c CO.
SI. 000 KKWAItD!
Will be Hnld to a-iv Chemist who will find, on an-
alysli. of lui bnttl.'i. S. 8. 8 , one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide rotaaium. "r any mineral suns'ance.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, (ia.
IVW'rlto for tho little book, which will bo
Price: SniHll size. M1 per bottle. Large size
(hording; double quantity), ffl .7r botile. All Drug
gists run It.
PORT (iUAPK WINE
rrillHCELEBIUTEI) NATIVE W1NB Is made
-a-rrom tlielulco or me upono urapc, rumen in
ikl. ....., h. Inu.lnukld tiinli avwl .trt'Illflbt
cnlng propurtieH are utiriiirpassed bv any other
native Wlnu. H' lng ihe pnre Julco of the Orape,
Drouurcd under air. npeer a own pr.uu piiii.
r i.-..-l I H......I... nuMm api, frtl.rRmniin
Tb'iyoutiest child may partake of Its generous
qualities, and the weakest Invalid use tt to advan
tage It Is particularly beneficial to the aged and
(lehllltHien, anil etllieil IU mv vnriouo duiiiuih" uini
affect thn weaker box. It lain every respect A
WINK TO 11 K KKUhll UN.
Snf(M-'s P. J. Sherrv.
1I1U I . ,) . nur.HII I inn nmu "i
actor and t artiikox of the rich qualitli s of the grape
nil. .. t 1 l tf L 1J II L' I. n ...I..., .f Q11 i,.i-1itr f-tuir
irom wnirn it, is iiinito rur i urnr, nunnwr, . ,
voi and Medlcltiiil Prnpertms. It will be found no
Spoor's P. J. Brandy.
biiiRfnr nuimrlor lor uiudlclnal jmuuoh. It in
.11... 111 . 1.... 11.. .,. ms sand rtin lulrni viLl.
l.ut.. M..tini..ui t.niw.(iiss Ir hurt a nniiPAlu fin
or, similar to Ihul of iho grapes, from which t Is
distilled, and is in groat favor among flrst-clsss
...il,. .. .. ,1 iL.. U......,I.,M nf ATlTHKIt
inmines. nee inai tnu hibn"" .
BPKKR, Passaic, N. d is over tho cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL SOIIUII
AND BY DRU001HTS KVERYWIiliHUi,
Stats & Monrao Sit. .Chicago,
I Una,, inini ii- i.
iu.iari.lk.l..lni-111'iM linmii-iion.ini a
l.J a m.Kur lUuda. Mill a uaw
'I UkiaM uwil Slwlia
Spker's Pout Gpape Wine !
FOUH YEAIiS OLD.
I m SB
LLINOI8 CENTRA.L 11. It.
Sliortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Iine Kunnintr,
9 DAILY TRAIM
s ' TPttitvi (T1oiTrt
- a vxu. kcaia.a jj
Making Direct Connection
Truths Lists Oaiho:
3:Uo a in. M ail,
rrl vlig In Ft l.nitls 9 4S a.m. : Chicago, K::iO p.m.;
vonneciing ai wun anu nrnngnam tor cinclD
nati, Looiavllle, Indianapolis and points East.
11:1 i a.m. Ht. Louia itnl "Wfajtwrn
trrivlni! in Ml. Louis ?:0f p. m., and connecting
ii.r an points vesi
3;f50 i.m. Jtint Kxprcss.
F ir St. Louis and Chicago, airlviriK at bt. Louis
in:ii m., atio cnicauo ,:ao am
ri:5U p.m. CinciinnMtl lxprnsne.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:"0 a.m.; Lonisvllls t:M
a m.; Indianapolis 4:110 a.m. raesenurs by
this train reach the above point 1 y to 3t)
UUl Ufci In advance ol any other route.
rThe8:tn p. m. eipmss has PULLMAN
M.tKHMJ C'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, aud through sleepers to bt. Loots and
Fast Tirno Kast.
P.iUsUUKrfivu by this Hue go through to East.
I rn uolnts without inv dl.v
caused by Hunday InterveiiliiK- The Haturday after
noon train rrom tairo arrives in new ion Monday
noraing at iu:i. 'l otrty-stz noursin advance of
iv other ronte,
tSfFor through tickets and further information.
apply at Illinois Ceutral liailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. 11. ju.hkd, Uriel Agent.
A. H. HANSOM. Gen. Pass. Atioct. Chlcaso
It. li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H.
Trains Depart. Trains Arri
Mail . b:05 aro. I tMatl l:USs.
tAceom. 11:10a m. 'Kxprets 11:10a.
tEipreis....3 :o p.m. I Accotn. 1:15 p.
C. ST. L. ". o. h. k. (J acksou route).
Mall- ...4:45 s m. It Mall ...,.4:S0p
tKxpress ..... 10 Wa rn. I Ki press ....10:80s.
lAccom. a j p.m. 1
T. l. c. b. r. (arrow-i'aui'e).
Express .8:00a m. I Express l:lii
Kx. 4Mail....W:)s m. Ex. Mail...4:10p
Accom IJm So m. Accom -2:00 p
BT. L. 4 I. M. K. It.
t El press 10:90 p.m. tKxpress ..2:30 p.
W BT. L. A P. R. K,
Mall & Ex....-5:Ws.m. I Msll it Ex.. 9 ip
Accom 4:no p.m. 'Acco'n 10:: a
Freight 7:45 a m. Freight 8 p.
MOBILE At OHIO H. R.
Mall 516 a.m. I Mall 8:10 p
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
ARRIVAL AND DKPARTL'BK OF
Arr st I
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
0 a. m.
I. C. K. R. (through lock mail). 5 s. m.
" (war mall) 4 30 p.m.
(Southern Dlv S t. m.
Iron Mountain H. K -.'"p m.
Wabaeh R. R lo p. m.
Texas A St. Louis R. K 7 p. m.
St. Louis s C-ilro Ii. It 5 p. m.
Ohio River 2 p. m.
Miss lilvcr arrives Wed . Sat. A Mon.
4 p. m.
" departs Wed.. Frl. 4 Sun.
P O. gen. del. op n from 7:30am to7:W pm
P.O. box del. 01. on from ....As. m. toDp. m.
Sundays gen. del. opun from.. .Ha. m. to 10 a. m.
6unilas Ixix del. open from n a. tn to 10:30 m
ItyNOTK -Chang s will be published from
time to time tn city papers. Change vottr cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. MUKPlIY, P. M.
City OJtiCf rn.
Mnyor 1 homas. W. Ils'liCay.
Truasurcr Ctiarli s K. Nellis.
Clerk Dinnis. J, Foley,
Counselor Wm. B. (Jllbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BOAHD Or ALOBKHSN
first WardWm.MclIale, Harry Walker,
licrond Ward-Je.su llltikle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Hlake, Fg ert Biiiltb.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
Fifth Ward Chas. Lancaster. Henry Biont.
(Mreult Judge D..f. Raker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. hoblnsoo.
County Clerk 8. J. Uumm.
County Treasurer Miles W. I'arke
Sheriff John ilodgea,
Loroner n. ruageraio
Connty Commissioners T. W, Ilalllday, J. II.
Mnlcahey and Peter Sauo.
ZlAlRO BAPTIST. Corner Tealh and Poplar
I J .,...1., ftpii.phlna flr.t .nil third HnnH.v. In
tsch month, 11 s. m. and 7:JW p. m.: prayor meet
ing Thursday, 7:)p. m.; Sunday chool,H:80 a.m.
nuv. a . ti . imaa i n.ior.
HritCH OF TUB KKI)KKMKR-(Kplacopal
I liVntUanlh afruut - Nlllld.V 7:1111 a til.. IlolV
Conimunlon 10::so a. m,, Mortilng I'rayors 11 a. in.
ritinoay si nooi a p. m., iimniK i r.j.r. i .
V. P. I 'avert port, 8. T. H. Hector.
17IKST MISSIONARY UAPTI8T CIIURCn.
r i'r. , hlim t 10:.H0 a. n... II d. m.. and 7:80 p. m.
al.baih school at 7:.H) p. m Hot. T. J. Shores,
I DTIIRRAN-Thlrtoenlh street; services Sab
1 a hath 1 :30 s. m. ; Btinday school 2pm, Hey.
MKTUODIhT-t'or. Eighth and IA almt streets,
Pieaehlng Sabbath 11:00s. m. and7!S0 p.m.
ntiday SchooTat :0(ip, m. Rev. J. A.Scarrott,
I UICS1IYTKRIAN Eighth slreU.preacnlng on
I u.i.l.ii. ti miii . it. .nil 7':kim. m.i uraver
tnewlng Wednesday st 7:110 p. m.; Sunday Scheol
at p. Bi. Rev B, Y. Ueorge, pastor.
LIT. JOSEPH 8-iHuian Catholic) Comer Cross
O and Walnut streets! services Sabbath 10:80 a.
li.; Sunday School att p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
lues uvury day at H a. m. Rev. O'llara, Priest.
L'T. PATKICK'H-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O si root and Washington avenue; services Hab
..,i.B.nj m. H. . V..II.M a n m. t Rnndav School
i p. in. sorvlcos ovory day st a. m. Hot. Miuttouors
That smart man average !.0 to IH 00 per day pro
it, soil 8 tho"Porket Msntial." The most mirvol
lou. little volttmo evor ssuou.
and purcuafod ny an ciassu.i uviu'
line over equal to It. Will prove It or forfeit $5 o.
Compicto ssmpls and outfit (V o , or full parti.
cul.rs for stamp. Don't sisrt out again until you
. a i - ' I J . f at. I. knnb ataift aathstt nlhsastai
are doing. . W. U. THOMPSON, Psbllsher, 401
, Arch Btriet, Phtladslphla. Pa. avrff4B