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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1883.
$200 A V EAR
CAN BE SAVED
IX THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
hv the nan of Mahnts. The llnmlaton Food
Preservative, . It prcscrv. Mot, Fish. Milk,
Cream. Kite, and all kind of Aulmal Food f-esh
and sweet for wka, even in the hotted weather.
This can be proved bv tin? testimonials of hun
dreds who huvu trld i'. Vou can prove It for your
self f .r rie.-irs. Vim 111 Ilud that thin is an artl
rlo which will ao you a preat dial of money.
n Spoiled Mont.
It will keep them frch ai.d sweet for manv day
and noi.K n.Mm"irt the alichteat foretell taste to
ihi jiidtclr.''"i. Ilium implu in operation
that a child can f.illow the directions, la as harm
less 'i ami r''t only a fraction of a rent to a
pound ol m.Mi. ti-h, bnlier or cheese or to a qnart
of nil. k. TUi In nr tuimbue; it is endowed Mr
such in u hs Prof. SamT W.Johnson ol lale Col
We soi'l'liv 'rnt'ciitH and grocers. Hample
pound- -nit joe paid, liy mall or exprcsi (aa we
prefer hi rn-..., i rf P'lee. Name yonr express
office. Yiamliiio brand for meat; orcan w ave for
finh ai.d so-fond; Snow Flake for milk, bnttcrand
cheese; Ai.ti Ferment.. Anil-Fly awl Autl Mold. Wc
per l! i-ri h. art f r cream ; Queen tor fee,
and Vvi ViH-for fcild extract!. $ per lb. each.
Tlih .Ill' .ilSTON Knil l'ltKKKVl.NO CO.,
7-.! Kilhy St., Iloston. Mass.
Koranic hv Wn-dJEWlm
From these sources iii-ise. tUit'efourtris of
the diseases of the human nieo. Tueso
symptoms iie'icare their existence : Io ol
Apptttte, HoHeM costive, Hck Head
ache, lullnrii after toting, aversion to
nertlon of body or iiilnU, j-uctatlon
of food, lrriuibillty of temper, Low
plclu, in line; of having neglected
tome duty, IMzilneai, tint It ring at the
Heart, Hot before the tye, highly col
ored i rina, lO.vrilMT10., and do
miind the imw of aromcdy that acts directly
on the Liver. As aLiver medicine Tt'TT'S
IMLI.S liaTonoiTiiml. Their uctlonon tho
Kidneys an 1 Skin Is aUo prompt ; removing
all impurities thronali these, three "scav
enger of the a it.m," protluctiiff appe
tite, sound (lirA-tiim, regular stool, a eb-ar
t-kin ami a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S VII. M
cau-e no nausea, or frripinR nor interferes
with iLulv work and nre a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ITO FEELS LI HE A SIW MAN.
'I have hiul Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two rears, and have tried ten different
kinds of "pills, and TITT'S are the first
that have done mo any good. They have
cleaned mo out nifjy. My appetite Is
cplendid, fixwl dijesn readily, and I now
have nutuml pa--ne3. I feel like a new
man." W.I). I-IjIVAUDS, laltuyra,0.
SiM.li-TeTvwlierf.'J.'ic. Otliw.H MnrravSl.,N.T
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
jBAT H.!R on Wiiiskkbs changed In
r't&ntlvtoa(jiyi!V liLACK IjV a tilnglo ap.
pluadon of this lvu. sold Dy DruggUt.
or sent by x;u efs on rei.vipt of 9 1.
Ofliie,4l Murray Street, New York
TUTT'S mmi OF USEFJL RECEIPTS FREt.
S3 1 ream mim
ha m:pi d an enviaMe
.S NOT A
LIQUID OK SNUFF.
UAV.CPUrn Applyhy tt nncer
rn a i fc-wa-fj,,,,, lb(J U0Mrii,. u
wi'.l tie at'furVd, ellfctually clffinBlna thn nanal
r,.,i..Mi. ol i-HiliPirrliMl viruii cnuniiiB healthy
creti.-nK. It ulinva ii tlaminaiion, protct" the
n e i lirfti.nl li lu: of the head from additional
roiilf , roiniiH'tc!)' heal- the h in-a arid reatnrei the
.T.,. of u-'e mid c'lu'.l. Ileui fli lal rcrmlta are
realized hv a few al pli' .iiinii .
a t IKji ttl iiH TitEAT.MKVT WIU.Cl'UE.
I'n. o iakd lor Cold in the lleml, Headache and
I)enfi.e-. or 'iv kind ol inticoun inemliranal Irrlta.
tlon. -eud for i irtiilar. lit mall, prepaid. M p.
jimlii r Minpn n-ci Ivid. sold by all whole
pale "nd r-t'il! d-up-'lt.
Kl-V'SCKK A.M HALM CO.. Owi'HO, N. .
mnrh for Samaiu
i RuyHaski ptlc."Ilotr
i a rpeclOu f"r 1'pl-
5riuf. ?-- Alcohollam.
Opium I iiilnit. ItlieiiiiiivllHin, Hperinnlnr
Tine, or Senihittl WrnkneNa, nnd fll'ly oilier
i iiiiiiliiintC S o i-liiim 11. ft 'P'rifit, Him
plv, heiiiiue the Tlrns of nil tliKeiiM-H nrUeii from
llielilood. Its Nervine, n'Milvint,AltiTiitivp ami
Lnxiiiive proiicrtiehiiii itullttietonditiuiia herein
Icftmdto, lt ItnnwiiwftrMw'I'ftraa
It iiiiela mid iiiiniN.wH the )miieiil iml liy thn
jlitMdllcllonof opiiileiilii(notle :ii1hnrtlet, hut
liy the rept'iraliulioi ncin il v to uie pintimcii linn
liervoim pytem, when hy the hrain Ik relieved
of timrlilil futii i i, which uro criutiii by the
..iiikei. hIwivii referred to.
To ( h ri'vni a, l.iiw)em, Uterary men, Mer-
rliimts, llniik. r, l.iidier mul nil tlion'wIioM' ml-
eutnry employment ( ..iin a liervoim jirohlrulion,
Irreei'ihirilieii of the lilnod. t-loiuarh, IiowiIh in
Mlmu ant. PamaiiitaN Maivivr. m invmiinnic,
'i'lioiifiiiidi'pniehilm It the inoBt wonderful linln
orio.t tlmt, ever pMlnllied thn tdulillik' ryatfiii.
Sl.WJ. Hold by nil OrudiiUta. Ul)
rnrteatlmonlnta and ereiilnr in-ri'l atamn.
a. I :smc :d ked.
bT. JOhU'JI, HO.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAO'WY
t III'.s'I'KIt ii.'d vi ut onens Sentember llftb.
llullilliig new Scpi rlnr appoliilnieiila Civil hn
L'lneerimt. l b' nib -al. t'olleglale, K.ni'llsh Conrses.
In illaiaof y, W. Hanlnv. Kaq., W. P. Ilallldny,
Ksij , or of col. tiim.1. lit AIT, 1 res l.
Col. Then llvilt. President of the Pennsylvania
Military Academy. vl'l he it thn llalllday
Hotel In Cairo, on Wednesday, August g'Jiiif,
from 10 A. M. to Vi M , and will be happy to
aw ptiroin of the Academy ana oiuori ou umcm
J 1r J fit. 1
The Daily Bulletin.
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INVAHUM.T IV AnVAN'CK.
All Cominuulcationa ehoiUd he addreKned to
K. A. HI' UN K PT,
Publinher and l'roirietor.
wir Au hu.MUR.
In a lilinirv: "I s:iv, win took tin'
'Liff of Washington?' " "I'll MV'.'iir 1
lliilll't kliOW lit' Wil.i Illlllflere'l."
Tlie (lainnit'ii in tin! vicinity f New
York Iiiivd' stitrlcl ;i .;i"T and its vc
I" ii uts art' tilrcaiiy pu ;n i tt); cvcr Imily
tlicy incct. t'hila. Svcs.
A woni:m'a fucc is lier (urttinc. If a
niiin's faco was his fortune, we know (if
several who woiiM ho riclit-r than Van
dcrbilt. U'ltcrlO'i Oli-Hrn r.
"Ivjacrlilioilans" is Nurwcian fur
"love." Itis saiil tlm juiirnalists uf (in
finnati kjacrlihoilain- heer with :tn tin
An aniorous swain who is cinirtin a
;irl ami trying to plca-i' the old man at
1 1 io saniit tinit! is said to he very par
tickler in his attention-;.
"Whosoever shall Miiito tlicc on thv
risrl.t check turn to him tire other also.''
When a yotinlady follows this advico
it fhows'that she is smitten.
AW arc askod the nin'Mion if water
docs not soinetimes intoxicate. It frc
(ItU'titly does. We have seen harrdstliat
A hoy says in his composition that
"Onion's arc the vegetables that nial.o
Vou sick when vou don't cat them oiir
self." A man hivatln;s eighteen times a
minute on the average, Inn the rapidity
witli which he breathes after running
to catch a train has not yet been esti
ma;cd. A roan writes that Dr. So.-tudso, who
wa convicted of at'etuptiii;r to poison
his wife, will be (illmied another trial.
If hfl doesn't fetch In rili'Xt time he Rlllt
bp a poor doctor.
It mads a Kansas jury that has been
locked up ten days, lihtin ovcra mur
der case, io learn that the prisoner was
handed by the inob th day they were
Count: "Don't yon dance at all this
eveiiire.'. madnme?" "Not till mid
night." "Wlivso'.'" "liecausc to-day
is the aiuiiv.:i;,;uy of wv husband's
Tim unfortunate women who 1 oil at
the sewing machine are eotitronted with
additional danger: When they ".d mad
at the machine it is certain tobrin' una
An Indiana woman applied for a di
vorce on the ground of extreme cruelty,
iccause her husband was corn iniiaUv
stealing her f.ice powder to .shine up his
bij brass watch chain.
A prominent physician savs a person
should never lie waked up except when
there is urgent necessity for it. V will
iav some one well to translate this into
a by language. Jiurlln'j'iin Vn.i. V
An eschanje savs that "Karl DulTer-
in has been presented with the in-inia
of the Order of liath," which is a verv
neat vnv of stating that h lordship
has been presentc with a bar of tine
A eoinniercial traveler just in from
AViscoiisin savs ei.'lit out of ten of tin;
vouiij; men there are so bow leoil that
they have to put the ironing board across
their knees in order to make it possible
for their irls to sit on their laps.
An editor intimates that, the ladies of
to-dnv are much stouter than they used
to be about twenty years ao. Well,
the ladies of to-day are twenty years
older; perhaps that has somelliintodo
I.iLjht kids are fashionable. When
this is more oenerallv know n new-paper
reporters, in iinnoiinriii'.r the birth of
phenomenally lar'e tiad'es, mav come
(low n to liii.-es that are nut so at vari
ance w iih cracil v.
Of coiirie," sai I Mi's. Ilu!iric, "our
feelol' condncl-. the service III 1 .11.;! i-n,
bur then it is ju-,1 as .'ran I an 1 iu-uiriii"
is Kaiin: u can't niiilei-ian I a nonl
ie oi know." H'l-fml 'liiin-
'I'here is :i grocer out Wc- ho is said
to be so lie aii that he w is -o-i-n to catch
,1 ll "IV hi colllile.', ho d hilil llliby :,e
hind lev's and look in I he i-rach ol his
feel , Io see it In
hadn'l liceii -
ea 1 mo
soiiie "ULiar. .'v
mi- i rnh: ,1'iitt ir'1,
in Ii a '. y. w oii'ol I
Life i'-i:.'lt, but
Old peiie'i pn-ln'V
Kin" Uu'.n i I,
l.i' a l'i')io'ler.
i.i e a f.. thou..
would w IHiic'lv
him. After his i oyil nil's
u i"'i lor a I " ooii.ir n-e;
W ant Io wield the seei'ler
ie; I ill.
A; Ihe l'iidon l'i-lic;-ii"
a iii it in-1" of-peai 1 ,-n:
e ol I 1 1 ! 1 1 1 lur
I'l TH i tn'0 We
tty often, but licv
' specimens of I he
We ilidll'l Use the
lll!il"e, valued al 1,.
ha e In en 'li-hiil'.' pl'i
er eani'lit one ot tlie-"
linny t rilie. I'i rhaps
ri'tht kind of bail.
Al tile do show tw
inanvl in a hnv voice
i III ll'ic
''sec PC! e, A -to-
iii' trciti in .' me
I treat you like a
vc Ihe "logs gold
l ai'le, haven't von rol
like a ilierli" ..V,!,!
d.e.: O, no. Iliev;
me. I ils ;nii cm ilou'i merii even tin h"ti
oi : 1 1 1 iii 'iiiioii!"
1 ratieis ). Moiilton ha i jusl returned
from liut'ope, and s:i;, ., he doesn't take
half the interest in ligticulture that ho
did. nnd that money is lo he niudo
eu.icr in olher ways. lie talks lik" il
man who has owned a cow about .linen
days. - i'us.'oi osf,
Are Trench lints heallhy? Yes, very.
Are thn people in t ln-iti healihsi' No.
WhyP Tlt"V have to starve and go half
naked to pav the rent. Why are, these
Halt enlled trench Hats? To'disiinguisii
them from American Hut . What are
American Hals'. The people who live in
. P.t.iuy A t:n r:;,b tr s
"The eoiiii'.ry, mi-?" said a man on
Ail-tin Avenue, "ihe country! AVhat
country are you talking about? This
country? This country won't last six
"How do you know this country
won't last six months lonrei'?" impiireil
"How do I know it?" It's in the air.
The premonitory symptoms are all
around thicker than picnie ants. Com
iii'j; events cast their shadows before,
Yes, sir, we are on the verjru of u linan
cial panic which will rattle us from cen
ter to circumference."
"Do you notice any peculiar sins of
"Lots of 'cm. Lots of 'cm, sir. There
is a linaneial stringency in Iho money
market which, I dare say, mljxht be ap
preciated by even you, Haven't you
"Not particularly, bah! a- me tell
you, sir. I can brin; this fact home to
you forcibly -forcibly, sir, or else I'm a
mistaken individual. I can prove it to
you before the whole crowd,
"Well shoot ahead, and prove it."
"Very well, sir. Didn't you loan me
a dollar a couple of months tiiro?"
"('ait uu let me have another to
day?" "1 would"
"That's it! That's it! You are puing
to refiiM', and riht here, before all
these b-standers, yon tacitly admit
that a linaneial stringency prevents mo
paying you the ornt loan, or even nego
tiating another. If the state of the li
naneial aiinosphcre isn't panicky, I
don't know what it is," 7t J f s tiijU
Thoy Don't Spak Now.
About two weeks ao two women met
in a Wuodu ard avenue street car, and
when one complained that she was
aain without a cook the other
Mi! I have ;i jewel of a girl! Sue s
In r '
proiupi. p specttul and I otny pay
(de shillings a week."
I- il i'
d'.esll t k
from the country and
that she can get more
two women met in the same
yc-tenlay. but alas! how
-iuiaiio'n! They stared frig
a 1 1 I tin
a g l'l i
e:n !i i.
i v, oil
her without even a nod,
I not sit on the same side
ie twelve-shilling jewel of
'(reiving per week in
. linW rei
the woman who was
Hence the ruction,
nd to the third geucra-
U it .
ut a cook.
Ilceclier's Bad Head.
For two months in the year Henry Ward
Iieccher can't preach. In August nnd Sep
tember he ttki s bin vacation and endures
the inset ol the hay lever. And it is, so he
fiys, something terrible mul trememdous.
A man with hay lever isn't accountable for
Ins actions. He is merely a wild beast
frantic with snuffing, (sneezing and head
ache. Hiitves are red and so U his nose.
Eveiy nerve in his head is a lountain of
ti ai s. He lives only to fly from seaside to
mountain-tep in search of relief.
And yet, whether we call this form of
Catarrh hay-fever, rose-fever, hay-cold or
rose-cold, Ely's Cream Balm will cure it.
This remedy is simple, pleasant and easy of
application. Placed in the nostrils it pene
trates fiii l soothes the affected parts et
once, restores the impaired senses and cre
ates he.ilthy h -actions in cases of the long
est siundii'g. You cannot run away from
lny fi-ver, but you can drive it from you by
using Ely's (.'renin llalin.
oO i'its in 24. Hours!
'T employed some of the best physicians
here," wrote AVm. K. Tanner, of Dayton,
Ohio. "Th'-y all said my child could not
live lor wicks. It had 50 fits in 21 hours.
We gave it Samaritan Nervine aud the
medicine ell', cted a permanent cure."
AV hy Incur Torture?
I!y disregarding cleanliness ot the teeth,
and thus ewaiuriiginrr their decay, when
KOZuDONT, which is delightful to use,
prevents the possibility of toothache, by
keeping the teeth in health. No one who
has not used this popular article, can form
an ad. (pite idea of how much improvement
defective teeth are susceptible. S0.O
DONT is infinitely to be preferred to
abrading tooth powders. It preserves, not
Scl nU lies the ell'illiel.
A Cliici-o Men limit's Experience.
Alb r I had bin mo almost skin and
bone, with neither strength, appetite nor
ambition left, and the doctors couldn't
help me, two bottles Parker's OTnger Tonic
cured me completely. M. H. Wcstcott,
Lamp M'f'r, Chicaoo.
I to Not He Deceived.
In these tunes of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere, it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Kbcti ic llitti rs we can vouch for as being
a tine and reliable remedy, and ono that
'a ill ilo as recommended. They invariably
cure Honineh ami Liver Coinplaintc, D'n
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, five them a trial. Hold at
lil'tv ceiiis a bottle by Uarclav limit. CD
Ni.k a woman m another column near
Sneer h Y nu'vanl i. oirl.- in., ,,ru,,u from
I ,' ' I I " ' ' K (.jirliwo
which Sneer's Toil (Iraini wimi ih made.
Hint is so highly ( sleeineil by ihe medical
profcuf hui, for the t.ij of invalids, weakly
p :r..oiiH and the aged. Sold by druggists.
liiiteipiifing local agents wanted in thm
town for an article that is sure to sell, livu
drugiiiHls and gncers prefeired. Address
Humistoii Komi I'roHi rviktive (;o., 72 Kllby
ilanns McDanit lH, Ti, W. 'it st., Chica
go, Ills,, Kays: "I have taken Hrnwn'a Iron
Hitters, and find it the best blond purifier."
M'Ht of Charge..
All persons sulfering fruin Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, llronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ol the Throat nnd Ltinus. are rn-
(jiiesbtd to cull at llarclay Jtros' drug
store nnd get a trial bottle of t)r. Kinu's
New Discovery for Conmunption, free of
charge, which will convinc.o them of its
wonderful merits and show wlmt a regular
doiiar-Bi.e oottiu win ao. call early. (.)
iy virtue of an exo,-.utlon lamed out of the
I'lrrk'i oilli o of iho cliciiit court of Alexiuidercnan.
ty and h to le of llltnoK, anil to me (Uncled, where
by 1 inn commanded Io make the amount of a cer
tain I it il u mi' it t recently ohulned unaiimt Walters
I ander Hi favor of Uenjiiiitln V 1 ur lift out of the
hind, teiieiiieiiiii, nooda and chattels of the aald
Wallers. Lander, I havu levied on the following
depended roi erty, to wlt! All of eectlon e even
(Hi. In towriMhip Mxioon (HI) and In range two (.'),
we-ti l theiird principal merdlan, coiituining rIO
acres, the iitiovu deacrl ned laud la lytug and being
intunt dint tin county of Alexander and atuteof
Therefore, according to nald command, I ahull
expoae lor auln at pithlic unci Ion, all the right,
tuff and Interest of the a Imve named Walter H.
I. miller, lu and to ihe above ileaerllied iiropcriy,
Hi II o'clock a. m , on i'ueailay the 'JSth (lav of Aug.,
isk'i. at the weaterly door ol the court house, In
clu of Cairo, Ilia.
paled at Cairo, 111 , tlilstith (lav of August, 18ft).
Sheriff Alexander County.
II v vlrlim of an ereentlon laaued out of the
clerk's office of Ihe circuit c u rt of Alexander coun
ty and alaie of Illinois., and to me directed, where
hv I am commanded lo niHke the amount of acrr
tain Jiidiiment recently (ihlaiued aeainat Walter S.
I. miller and Samuel Lander '.n favor of llenjamln
K. Curtis out of (heboid, tenement!, goods and
c l,u tels ol the .aid Walter S. Lander aud Smnuel
Lander. I huvo levied on the follow
Imr described property, to-wlt: All of
section eleven (Hi, In tounahlp sixteen
i In) and In ranu'e two cj), west of tho :ird prln
c pal meridian, miid land is lying and being sltua
led In Ihe county of Alexander mid Mate of Illinois.
Therefore, according to tald command, 1 shell
excuse for sale at ut lie auction, all t!:e right,
title and Interest of tho above namud Walter 8.
Lander mil Samuel Lander, in and to the above
deaciibed properly, at 11 o'clock a. in., on Tuesday
Ihe isth riayfof August, ISM, at tho westerly door
of Ihe conn house, In city ol Cairo, Ills
Dated at Cairo, 1,1, this lith dav of Augilt, Wi.
Sherifl' Alexaniler County.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Iino Jiunuina;
Making Direct Connection
l iuiNR Lkati Caiho:
:i:(."j a n. Mail,
Arrhh.g In St Louis -f, a.m.; Chi(ago,:lti p.m.
Conueiong ai Odin and KrhugLam for Clnclr
uali, I.uu.svi.ii . li.d.aitupohi and points Kast.
11:1 i;i. in. St. IjOiiiM and W'uteri.
rrivlng in bt. Louis T:0' p. m., and connectin.
for all points W est.
'.l:,r( l ).m. ?'tiKt Kxpreaa.
FrSl. Louis and Chicago, arriving at Ht. Lnut
.c:H p m., and t Mcagn ,:ji a in
li..ri( p.m. (.'inoiiiriHt i Kxpresa,
Arriving at Cinc.i;,in.t V;i) s.m.: Louisville ti:?i3
am.: lnillanapoiis 4 io a.m. I'a-eiii;ers h)
this train reach the above points 1U lo Ml
Hot KS in advance ol any other route.
.rTThe 3:ri p. m. express has PULLMAN
-i..EIMN(t CAK Catro to t'irjc:nt,atl. witfaoui
i.i.r.'.'e". and thrcu;;h sleepers to M. Loan anr
Fast Time J .ast.
J'ilwslOtHrOl'U b-T 1,nc R through to Knst.
I l.i ' lIl l.T points without ny delay
cs.iseii ny sunaay intervening. 1 he Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norning at 1i::i.'i. Thirty-six hours in advance ol
ti-' ol ner route,
I IT" For through tickets and further Information
i pivat Illinois Central Halirosd Oepot, Cairo.
.1. II. JONKS, Ticaet Agent.
1. U. HANSON, lien. Pass. Agent. Chicago
'Allto HAITI!'. Corner Tenth and Poplar
j streets: prcacmne every silnnny morning and
rj'iht at u-ual hours. Prayer mccitcg Wednea
uiiy nlL'ht; Sunday school, tele a.m.
hev. A. W. McGAHA, Pastor.
'1U10-H OF THE KKOKKMKK-(Eplcot,al
V i Kourteetith street ; Hunday 7:"0a m., Holy
( orr.iiiuiiion iic.ia. nv.. riomiLg I'rayers II a. in.
Sunday school a p. n., Kventng Prayer! 7:'Jup.m
r V. I nven port, . i . . necior.
I 11 ST .MISSION AKV HAITI ST CHL'hCH.
' ''I. a'hlng at 10:Hn a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m
ii'ii.uth school at 7:i() p. in ltev. T. J. Shore!
'. a or
t'THKKAN-Tliirteeiitb itreet; serviie! Hah
haih 1 ::to a. m. ; .Sunday school 'I p. m, Hev
ii.iip;'... past ir.
Mii'l ll( DIKT Cor. Eighth and Wal not street!
P.earhlne Sabbath U:(U. m. and 7::W p. m
i.dnv S' huel at :i:iio p la. Hev. .1. A. hcarrett
p .s i r.
. ) li r. s (YTK It! A N - Light Ii sire"t; pr-oacnlng on
I Sii'ii.iCl, at 11 ;ii a. n. and 7:al)p. m.; prayer
etin:: Wednemiuv at 7;:)') p.m.; Sunday School
i H I . i'i, K. v It, Y. (Jeorge, pallor.
,'1 , .lOsKI II S- iltoinan Catholic) Corner Cross
, ami Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:80a
a.; S'liiilsv schiiui at p. m.; Veapera 3 p. m.; ler
i-i i . .. very day al h a lu. Hov. J llara. Priest.
, 'l . I'ATIfO'K'H-Otoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
. rrect and Washington avenue; aervlces Sab.
mil. h mid 1(1 a. rn. ; Veapera 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
ii. in, services uvury day at a a. ru. Hev. Masloncrs
U. U. TLMK CARD AT CAIHO.
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huiiilioa Imx did. opi'ii from. . . .! a, in. lo 1o:;i(iam
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