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The Daily Bulletin.
To jlnBrjanda." ,
Your wifo is entitled to her share of
your income. It is hor im'otne as well
as yours. John Stuart Mill wa a cold
blooded philosopher, uot a warm-blood-od
sentimentalist, aud John Stuart Mill
ea ys that the natural division of labor
in the household, which assigns to the
hushnnd the earning pf the money and
to the wife the atlmiuist ration of the
home, is an equable division of labor,
piving to the two, ordinarily, an about
equal share. To dole out money grudg
ingly to your wife is more than ungen
erous; k is unjust. The treasury is a
common treasury. The property ought
to be a common property. You and
she are, commercially speaking, part
ners. She has a right to a reasonable
proportion of your income, to have it
recularly, to have it without hesitation,
reluctance, or question, to spend it in
her own discretion, and not to be called
upon to account for each dollar before
she receives another. We have re
ceived lately several letters on this sub
ject on behalf of wives subjected to s
potty and unintentional despotism by
their husbands. Some of these letters
one cannot read without a heartache,
nor publish without the hazard of mak
ing the despotism worse. But here is
one we may publish without violating
the sanctity of wifely reserve. Read it,
sir; then look into; yon wife's uncom
plaining eves, and wis what, tn the
light of this story, thev may have to
say to you of an Injustice patiently
borno bv her and unconsciously inflict
ed bv vou. We hope that this story
may' sot you to thinking. If it does,
i j (iti wilfperhaps be r'eady then to con
sider practical counsel, how best to
avoid the irritation of the money ques
tion in your own home life between
your wife aud yourself.
"I had a friend, a life-long friend,
who was early left to her own devices,
which were very sensible devices; with
a nice property" at her sole disposal,
her father having died when she was
quite young. As we met from time to
titno and were on most intimate terms,
the course of her life was familiar to
me, even after her marriage, which
was not an early one. Her life seemed
hnppy and prosperous. 1 used to think,
'Her children rise up aud call her
blessed; husband also, aud he praiseth
her.' You would have said that all
went well with her; Christian home,
health, wealth, a host of friends. a
good position, and much respect. What
more could bo desired? And yet, see
ini" mv friend more intimately m those
lafer days, I saw deep lines, not of age,
and a cloud of care that was not natur
al; a heavy, dull look of discourage
ment wheh her face was at rest, for
which there seemed no outward cause.
I was puzzled till, at one time, when at
a visit at the house, there was evident
ly a scarcity of money. The scale of
living was liberal, and there was no
stint; her husband's business was pros
perous, though i did hear (people will
talk) that he was given to unwise spec
ulation. I was no traitor, I am not
now, but it was all plain, and it came
out to my unwilling eyes. All my
friend's property was swallowed up.
It was not all lost, but it was beyond
her control; the very houset was mort
gaged. One could not see why, for
tiio business required no very great
capital, and they were still called, and
"There was the rub: to be called
rich, and to be poor; for. my friend
never had enough. She was more than
careful in her personal expenditure,
but she was obliged to be liberal when
it was expected of her if she could be!
But there was the constant grind. For
she had become dependent on her hus
band for all the money she had and
used, and ho was narrow. It was un
just, it was wrong, and there was no
need of it; but it is not in the nature of
some men to give up what they once
grasp. Of course she must have "money
but never received quite enough; it
must be asked for, and that is not easy;
and it was given grudgingly. Habits
grow and strengthen, as we all know,
and therefore tiioro was small hope of
improvement, but rather the contrary.
I did not find all this out in a day, or a
year, but the revelation came, and with
it an assurance of the wisdom of a law
by which women can keep the control
oi that which is their own. To be sure
we have known serious understandings
arise when a man chose to be disturbed
because a woman would :trust herself,
but not her raopcy, with him; but he
never tried the feeling of absolute de
pendence. "This is all; no help camo to my
friend. The lines deepened on her
face, the cloud on her brow fell heavier
as time went on; nothing could be said
or done. I took it for granted she had
said all that was wise; out some men
are rocks, or something harder. And
all this time she was defrauded, was
losins the sweet privilege of giving, as
she would have done, wisely and well,
and of that which was her own.
" 'Story? God Wess you! I have
none to telL'
"This was all: and it means, not
separate interests, but a common inter
est. If a man will trust a woman with
his own life, his home, his children,
surely he can trust her with money,
the minor thing. . The past has taught
" 'How evil Is wrought by want of thought
As well as want of heart.' "
, ,'. Christian Union.
Origin of the Term f'John Bull."
Dr. John Bull was the first Gresham
Professor of music, and"6rganiBt and
composer to Queen Elizabeth. John,
like a true Englishman, traveled for
improvement; and having beard of a
famous musician at St. Omers, he plac
ed himself under him as a novice. But
a circumstance soon convinced the
masturthat ha was inferior to the
scholar. The musician showed John a
song which he had composed in . forty
parti! telling him at the same time
that he defled all the world to produce
a person capable of adding another
part to his composition. ' Bull desired
to be left alone, and to be indulged for
a short time with pen and ink. In less
than three hours he'added forty part
more to tho, song, upon which the
Frenchman was so surprised that he
swore, in great ecstacy, he must be
either the devil or John Bull; which
has ever since been proverbial in England.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUSEDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
A Lakeside Musio?.
"Do you love me truly, Harold?"
Lurlijtie Neverhink was even more
beautiful than usual as she stood in the
soft, mellow light that, streamed from
the chandelier overhead, and, looking
down fondly upon her, ' George N .
Simpson felt that to wreck ' forever the
happiness of her youn 'life, to plunge
her soul into the turbid depths of des
pair and hold it there , by the heels,
were a crime than which none could be
more black. He knew that this girl,
whose weird, passionate nature made
her heart a lute for every passing joy
or grief to play upon, had given to him
the one best love of a woman's life
her first. It was something to be ten
derly proud of, this love somethiug
not to be worn lightly on the sleeve
where all might 6ee it, but tucked care
fullv awsy in the woodshed of a man's
soul, secure alike from carping criti
cism or cruel jest. And yet as George
W. Simpson gazed tenderly into the
dark, lustrous" eyes that were aglow
with hopeful expectancy, he felt that
the maelstrom of passionate adoration
into which Lurliue Neversink had al
lowed herself to be drawn would one
day cast her young heart bleeding and
torn upon the jagged rocks of his re
fusal. It was a terrible, maddening
thought, and it came with awful force
to (ieovge as ho stood in that palatial
mausion, his feet sinking into the vel
vet carpet until he was in danger of be
coming coek-ankled. and heard the
words with which this chapter opens.
Bonding tenderly over the girl, George
"treses hor in a chaste. Kew Haven,
Conn., manner, but does not trust him
self to answer in words the fateful
question she has asked. And then they
pass into the musio room, which is sep
arated from the hall by a portiere of
navy-blue Telvet The windows of the
room are shaded by curtains of the
same rich color, and the walls between
them are covered with paintings.
Statues of Mozart, Beethoven, and
Guido, filled niches, while over the low
mantel hung a full-length portrait of
Maud S. o word was spoken limn
Lurliue had seated herself at the piano,
and then it was simply a reiyte-t that
he hand her a certain 'piece i f music.
As he stooped forward to comply, the
outlines of his face wore brought into
strong relief against the ruddy back
ground of his left ear. and Lnrline
gazed at him intently. H s was such a
countenance as one sees in old Italian
portraits, in some Vandykes, showing
power strangely blended with passion.
His mouth," beautiful as a woman's,
with Us smile generous and ran? as a
split codfish, was tightiv .w.r-ressed
and as bloodies-? as marble. His eye
brows, dark, straight and finely pen
ciled, met over his dark-gjsy eyes, and
in the latter there was a Died, rosolate
expression that boded no g.xi to a
square meal if he should nappea to
At last the musio was found and Lur
line began to sing. Carried r.wsy by
the inspiration o? the momen:,
sang on and on until at last she pa3ed
from sheer exhaustion. And then, see
ing that George was not at her side,
she turued to ihe fiuUuil a: her left.
There he lay dead in all tie rwi j
grandeur of his glorious Esaood,
while on his forehead fell the "rM
dawnina of a grander day." He hsi
died at tne nwment w'st-Ei he wis ? vis
ing the stone that ic:a5 th ".ci:;'?:
point on life's highway Li wiT4
manh'xxi's morning almost tov.hu :
ami while the shadows were falling :
wards the west. The m?liow Hzi.:
from the rhandeli.r siote into
hushed chamber of dea'.b and w
dored over his stately form that lay
powerless and stricken, over his iriti.h.
handsome face, telling, even in death,
of the denthless love he bore her.
He had forgotten to plug up his ear.
Jamie's Old Watch.
On Brush street, near Jefferson ave
nue, for an hour the other day a nnii
ed and battered oi l dumb watch and
chain lay in the gutter, where some
foot had kicked )t from the waik. II
anyone gave the toy a second glance it
was to realize that itiw child had lo-t
or flung it away. The caw was batter
ed, the face scratched aud scarred, and
no boy would turn anide to pick it up.
By "and by a curious procession came
up from the Brush street depot. It was
composed of a man and his wife, both
past 50 years of age, and four children,
the youngest of whom seemed to be
about twelve. They were spread out
on walk and street, heads down and
moving slowly, and there was a look
of anxiety on every face. Some one
asked the man if ho" had lost his wallet
and ho replied:
"No, not that. Somewhere as we
came along, we lost our Jamie's
"Well, sir, not as far as money goes,
but it's a relic of the dead, sir and ."
"Oh, it was an old dumb watch, eh?"
"You'll find it in the gutter up by
The entire family made a rush for
the spot, and the watch had no sooner
been lifted than the mother kissed it
and the children shouted their exulta
tion. "It mav seem foolish to vou. sir." ex
plained the husband, as lie slyly wiped
at something like a tear in the corner
of his eye, "out it's a long twelve years
since Jamio died. I hut watch was the
first toy 1 ever bought him. We've
been burned out of house and home
twico since he died, and that's the only
scrap or relic left us of the little one.
You see it's old and bent but money
couldn't buy it. Every time wo look
at it we can call up his blue eves and
chubby face, and the thought tiiat ho is
waiting for us up there almost answers
tor a meal with mother.
"Are you going awav?"
"Yes across the ocean to our old
home in England. We must leave the
dead behind. Had we lost tho watch
I believe the mother would have broken
her heart. So long as we lmve it the
boy i face comes up to us. We can al
most hear him laugh again, and it
seems more like we had bid him away
to sleep an hour or two. Thank heaven
that wo have it! It was Jamie's, sir.
ana we are never to see ins grave any
more. uarou free tnt.
Appleton Oaksmith, the slave trader.
who escaped from a Boston prison, and
wu siiDsequentiy pamonoa by Grant,
has become a wealthy railroad owner.
Monday Evkitoo, Nov. 28, 1888.
After a week of clouds and rain tba
weather has cleared find is growing; colder,
with a sharp north whid ,blqwiiga little
unpleasantly,, but any. ctunga. if an im
provement over last. waiki, j . j ( .
The market 'is depreatea 'ana compara
tively lifeless, but some consolation to our
merchants can be drawn from ttte fact that
all o,ther markets are u bad tad many of
them worse than Cairo, as reports come to
The rivers are swelling and are higher
now than is usually known at this time of
year. ' v'1 -;- :.
FLOUR The market la dull and life
loss. Stocks are large and no demand,
HAY Choice in small bales in good de
mand, but all other kinds are dull. Re
ceipts of small bale hay are light.
CORN The demand is small and prices
unchanged. , , , ., . .
OATS Steady and firm with' fair de
mand. MEAL Easy and unchanged.
BRAN None offering on consignment;
mills hold firm at quotations.
BUTTER Market steady. Choice is in
good demand ; prices are unchanged.
EQGS Scarce and firm. - -
POULTRY Live chickens are unsale
able. Shipments should all be of dressed
poultry. Turkeys aie scarce and wanted
APPLES Fsir i demand, with good
stocks and prices unchanged.!
POTATOES Table potatoes are in fsir
Sale and Quotations.
NOTE. The prlrea tier fi vu am fur salts from
rat hand In ronnd iota. As advnee t
charred for broksa lotita flillotordsr.
V hM vtrtcse (radta.
0f bt. c!k1c
UV I ble rxtr laocy.....
? crt'U edi small Va'e 11
4 rr rh c Timothy
I care mixed t i
5 car aew mixed U bt'.fc..
t ear sev bite m Wk f
1 cart t b.ite la tactt -
tre ciolc . fcH Vj
I fAr cxkJ la ro'k.
I car, la sack, del t$OS8
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Se I M4hraca... 1 00
C!t e order, I 4?Zi 5
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wf as!xe4 yosif as4 o'A-
Qitr.a per do
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wild tnrkevs pr doaea..
Wild dncke docsa
Per VjM choice Bsc Davie
i was v
" " Hume Beauty..,
Potatoes ner HQ ah.
Potatoes per bbl...
10 Cratei, according to ilse...
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8 ALT MKATS.
kit. Johns S! IS
nhlo River 1 CO
3Vi bushel burlap 9
5 buhel ' t
Peaehee, halve and quarter
Choice, .Factory .
Dry Flint cholot..
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep I't It., itreen....
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. 4 6ift 6 0
4 7hd ft IK
, ( tHt 1 K
. T 50ti 9 ' C
RATH (4 6k FHfiieillT.
- ' v Orleans,..
Vlckahurn, Prlntees House, 2'ic. per cwt., anJ
ea. per bbl. higher.
All other wv points belo Memphis to N eOi
ens, rams rates aa to Klines ton.
A Druggist's Story.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, Druggist, Newbnrg, N.
Y., writa us: "I have fur 'he past ti n tear-sold
sevesl gro-a of DK WM. HALL'S BALSAM roR
THULUUS. 1 can an v ul It what I cannot say
of anv other medicine. I have ni-ver heard a cue.
tomer speak of it but to limine its virtues In the
highest nimner. I have recommended It in a
greAt many cases of Whoopin Ci.ugh with the
happiest effects. I have nseil it in my own family
for ninny ye .ts, In fact alwava have a bottle id tne
medicine closet ready for use."
Henry's Carbolic Salve
Is the BEST SALVtt for Cuts. Bruises. Korea,
Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Tetter, Snapped Hands, Cbll-
h ains, Corns, and all kinds or Skin Kroptlon.
Freckle and Pimples, (iet 11 N KV'S OAHBOLIC
HALVlE, U other are counterfeit
r rice 86
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth If so,
send nt once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
lot's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there Is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhtva, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces iutlammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wuis
lowV SiHithinir Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the issie, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best i'omalv
physicians and nurses in the United State,
and is for saie by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 eon: a l'Ule.
HiicKum s AriittA salve
The IVat Salve "n the world for Outs,
Bic.ieo, S.MT, Uki rs, S!tUl otim, Fev r
Soros, Tetter, Chat pod Hands, Chilblain,
Corn, ami all Skin Kmptiona, and positively
euro Pile. It ic guaranteed to ;vr per
fect satisfaction, ornmix y rofii:id, d. Pri. t
cent pr Ivx. For s'.c by Barclty
For seven voars Aden IJruin r ikvj ins
tcxvf the strongest t e as t.i its moiils in
curici? Nervousness. Nervous Dcbilitr and
wtcr.ng lot rniwers to the weakeneu Gen
ative Svstem, and, in 'no instance, hss it
ever failed; test it. fl; 6 for 3. At
Xone But First Class Goods.
In tatehe. Jeweirv anl siivcrrare one
should hive the best or cone. Messrs
Shcki-et & CoM Ch:cvn, are making t
specially oi at good, and if you need
ATVthirz :c Matches, la oust and watr
rroof cose. Solid Si. ver or Triple Plated
Ware. Solid G-ud or R-dled Gii Jewelry
tr.3 to frhuriey i Co., tney iii send a
K'.nc'.e article tit the d thrice. Tht- sre
viucSed f. r and er. i'T-d bv th Unitrd
Stti'ea Exj-re Co- Arifrricsr; t xpres (.
S-u'Lerc Expres C'., F. W. Palmer, P.t
mw.tf of Ct..cao, Ge&'i A. C. Smith, Ex
tate Trttsurer, ar;d mhny others. Goodi
sect cb arprovii, ;trj priv:.eg- or exaotto
atioc, -Lk'j!iLg y.-u to do purchaaiog nt
bom. R.:m-mlr, Shur.ey s Co., .7. Vat
rett. Ch:c20. HI. hKSD F jR thlih .kew
A5D BEAt'TIFLTXT II-LL'STKATEDCATALKJLF.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottle of Dr. King's -LNtw
Djwjvery for Coitsumption, Coughs and
Gddt, have be-n given away as trial lottl':
of the lame size, flue enormous outlay
would I disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits ismessed by the
onderful medicine. Call at BurcNy
Brt' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, sud try for yourself. It never fails to
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
aess, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe, that v,i!l crre you, vuek
ciiakoe. This treat remedy waa
discovered ly a minister in South America
Send a sell-addressed erivelotie to the Rev
Joseph T. I.nma.n, Station D.. New Yotk
fo The Went.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the nb ve-mentioned section, but the direct
and relinble route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pncitic ItaiUay. Two
trains dnily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S mt Louis to Khiishs City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Uniaha
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ficest meke are attuchcd to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansis, Coloram, New iMexico and Cal
it'riia tnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trails for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trait for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c ofthir
line, which will be mailed Iroo.
0. B. Kiknak. F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent
Bv vlrtna of an execution lsuod out of the
filo.lr-a nffira nt the clicilit Court of Alexander COia
ty end itate of Illinois, and to me directed, where
t i am rnmrnsnded to nisko tho amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained aframat Uenry
Hanaaker before A tominss, Esq., police magis
trate in and fo- the city of Cairo iu said county and
state in favor of Jacob Burger, out of the lands,
tmam.nn. uofids end chattel of the ealil Henry
Hnneaker. I have levied on the following de
scribed property, to-wit: Lot nnmbered six (8). In
block numbered two (2), In the town of Mandii'Ky
In thai -ktll-ktV nt AlKXAiiriar and atate of Illlnola
Therefore, according to aald command, I snail
expose for ale at public auction, all tho right
tlif and Interest of the above named Henry Hun
saker, in and to the above dear.rlbed property,
at ll o'clock sm. on Friilav the aoth dav of Novem-
ber.lSSR, at the westerly door ol the court home, in
Dted at Cairo, III., thte 6th day of November, IBM,
UOMwd Sheriff Alexander County
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MUTrAI, AID SOCIETY.
EUREKA! EUREKA 11
SUBSTITUTE Ft)R MFK I.NSCE
WIDOWS' & OIiPIlANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oriranlretl Julv lUti. 11177, 1 ndi r the Law o
the State of Illinois. Copvrit;lit-il Julv
t, 1877, l lliler Artiin'onsn-.
JAS. S VrOAHET
J. H. ROBINSON
. Medical Advisers
J . A. liOl.i'STINK
W. H. V! ,KEA t
J. S. PLThlK ( "
KD. U. WHITE-
KXKOUTIVE COMMIT! K K
Wm F. PITCH EH. L. S. THOMAS,
W.CJOCSLYN. F VINttNT.
WILL T. KEDBL KN.
J. A.(io'itlne, oftioldstine A P.' senwa'er. w hole
aa and rtt-.il an good, etc : Jas. S. MKiby
lumrxr dealer; W-u. F. Pitcher, gentr: aent;
Altert Lewis, des r in Bonr aud erair. : L.8.
Thoma. frick'.a.er; Mi Ph'.iiis. cua ractor
a'id bauder; H.' A ".Bumbley, gr-.'?tt: Tftos.
I"is. ocrt-uirv asl a'torsey-at-iaw : H
Man-an, Ha i'.!i.c rtvs.cn: H Sa der. of
Sstrter sua er'M-rrf: K. H Bnrd. s:ree super
visor; Ed U W"i,l:e, ass't tec. W. A O. M A. S
ciety; J W. Spier, iumher atd s w t.iM; K. L.
(irnigon. brrr; . B Iiietnch. clerk W., St L.
A P. B K.; M. Koiier tuTclun! tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in v.l-ptpvr am mttidow hrte: J.
E. En.ish. contractor and builder; Wi.i T. Red
burn, of Morse A RcdVirn, cigar msBufscmrers;
F. Vtnc"t, le;er in I'nie a d cement; L A.
Phe ps. photoirapher; W.C. Jocln. dei,ti-t; S
II.Tater. mfji. Jeweler; J. H. Koinson.J. P. anl
notry public; J . S. Petr.e. nhi :cln; H. W.
B'j.iwick. 'nuranre a?ent; K. E. JartKie. foreman
fct. (jas maln. and K E. Walbnd.-. lumber ana
sa-mlll. of Cairo: H. Leightou. can. r St.
Bank. Stuart. Ljw; Rev. F. A. VVi k rs in. i'nors
urg, K. ; J.W, Tarry, phvslc:an.Falton. Kv.
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Tra.ra Depart . Traits Arrive
.. (H a. it.
, U:tta oi.
.11 10 a.m.
. S 4 p.m
C. ST. L. S. O. B. K. (Jackson route).
.Mall - : .m. It U 4:S0p.m.
tExprnss 10 .tea m. 1 E.-prcea ... 10:30 a. a.
Accim 50 P m. I
ST. L. A C R. R. (Narrow-KaUfje).
T.ipr ss 8:0u m. I Express 1:1 a.m.
Kx A Mail .. l():i m. rx. A Mall. .4:10 p .
Arcom l:1 o n. I Accom .2S p.m.
ST. L. A I. M. R. K.
tKxpress I0::t0p.m. tExpreia :J0 p.m.
W., ST. I.. A P B. R.
Mull A EI-....4 i0a.ni. 'Mall A Ex.. SOp.m.
Accom 4. 110 p.m. "Acco'n 10::i0a.m.
Freight ...VM a.m. Freight 6 p.m.
MnUILK A OHIO 11. K.
Mall R:V.a.iu. Mall :10p.m.
Dally except Hup ay. t Dullv.
c. H It.ftLroiiKh nek mall). 5 a. m
.11 : Mta m
" (way iniill)
" (.Southern Dlv
Iron Mountain H. It
W.l.s.h it l
4 30 p.m.
r p. m.
in p. m.
7 p. m.
Texaa A St. I.oiils It. It.
HI l niil.Ar iriiK.lt 5 P. HI.
4 p. m.
Mi.. 1.1,., nrrlvMS Wfrt . ht . Jb Mon.
departs Wed., Krl. Sun.
P O. Kn del. op'n from 7:80 am to7:0 pm
P.O. box del. ontti from B a. m. to9p. m.
Knndays irec. '',. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10a.m.
Sundav box del. open from. ...8 . m. to 10:spam
irNOTK -Chanel will he pu'tlUhud from
time to time to city pnpers. l'hnpe1i0"XcJ,rd!,'
cordlngly. VM. M. MUHPHY. P. M.
ftAlKO BAPTIST. Corner Teutb and Poplar
X.J street; preaching every Sunday motnlngand
night t usual hour. Prayer meeting wedne.
dy night; 8undy school. :30 a.m.
' Kov. A. W. MoQAHA, Pator.
HIICHCH OF THE RBDEEMKR-(Eleopl
j Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m.. Holy
Communion 10:30. m., Morning Prayer 1 la. ni.
Sunday chool 8 p. m., Evening Prayer 7:0 p.m
F. V. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector,
i HIST MISKIOSAKr BAPTIST CHURCH.
1 Vrenclilnt 10:80 a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m,
Bi.bath school at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
I CTHEKAN-Thlrteenth treot; lervtce Sab"
' j bath 1:30 a. m. Sunday school i p. m. Rev.
f ETHoDlBT Cor. Klirhth and Walnnt street,
Ai PrcechlDB Sl.bath 11:00 a.m. ;j P-5"
nnday Sraoi.1 t :00 p. m. Kev. J. A. ScrroH,
I') KESUYTKRIANKlKhth treet: preonlnj on
L Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
neetluK Wedneeday at 7:80 p.m.; Snnday School
t 8 p. m. Rev B. Y. Geoue, pastor.
LIT. JOSEPH S -t Roman Catholic) Corner CroS
15 and Walnut streets; aervlce Sabbath 10.80.
n. ; Bundey School at a p. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; er
nces every day at 8 a.m. Rev. O'Uara, Priest.
T. PATRICK'8-(Romn Catholic) Corner Ninth
5 street and Washington vsnne; service Sab
oath I and 10 a. m. t Veaper 8 p. m. ; Sunday School
i p. m. tervtce every day at S a. m. Dev. Mastoners