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ONE OF TUE BEST rilSICIANS.
I have been using Swift's Specific In my practice
for quite a long time, and 1 regard it the best com
biDalion as a blood purifier and tonic. It Is entire
ly vegetable, being composed of the extracta of
roots wmcn crow in mis section 01 ueorgis. i am
farm iar with ilshistorv from the time the formula
was attained from the Indiana. It is a certain and
sale remedy lor all kinds of blond poison and skin
burner, and in the bundreae or case in wnicn i
have used it and seen it used, there has never been
a failure to cure. I bave cured blood taint In
THE TI11HD QEBERATION
with It. after I had most finally failed by the most
appioved methods of the treatment with mercury
and'.odide of potassium. These casta bave been
cured over fifteen years ago, and have never had
any return of the disease in themselvue or in their
chlluren. FRED A. TOuMEK, M. D.
Perry, Hone ton Co., Ga.
"It la the best si lling remedy In my store, and
all cl ease, of people bny it It baa become a house
hold remedy with tuanv of our best citizens."
WALTER A. TAYLOR,
"I sell Swift' Specific often a gross In ten daya
at retail-and to all classes, home of Atlanta's
best people use it regularly as a tonic and alterative.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
' ' Drawer 3, Atlanta, (ja.
PAUL BLACKMAR & CO.,
Big Bapids, Mich,
Manufacturers and General Dealera la
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Bay direct from the Saw Mill, and
' No price list Issued, but will bepleaaed to quote
delivered prices on any grade of Lumber, etc.,
ya iteea. mt-.nu-,
The Daily Bulletin,
Lsngtry's mcthor is near-sightod.
Henry Watterson is a tenor singer.
Texas will have no more convict
John W. Mackey indulges in bo roo
reat ion but poker.
There are twenty-eight legitimate
theatres In New York City.
Thomas Jackson, colored, of Peel,
Ont, lifts 118 pounds with his teeth.
Mrs. Randall and Mrs. Dubois, sis
ters, living near Lowell, Mich., went
crazy the same day.
An Indianapolis women is suing for
divorce because her husband muzzled
her with a base ball mask.
Tennessee claims to be the second
state in the Union in possession of
New York's gilded youths hide the
marks of dissipation on their face by
liberal applications of rouge and lily
Sitting Bull ha9 developed an ambi
tion to get rich like the railroad kings
and Gorman Barons he has recently
Miss Fletcher, the charming Ameri
can girl who wrote "Kismet,'" has fin
ished another novel., She has forgotten
the English lord who jiltod her.
A policeman at Charlotte, S. C, who
had whipped every tough In town, final
ly got into a fight with a circus ele
phant and conquered him also.
Dosplte frequent eggings, the Mor
mon missionaries in the Southern
States continue at their work. They
have their headquarters in Chattanoga.
England imported over 800,000,000
eggs last year, in addition to the enor
mous production of Great Britain and
An accident insurance company sets
up the claim that murder is not an ac
cident, and refuses to pay on a mur
Baltimore cooks have a way all their
own of using bread crumbs instead of
cracker-dust to fry oysters in, and the
result is delicious.
A Kentucky paper has noticed that
insane murderers are always sane
enough to employ the most celebrated
lawyers to defend them.
A New York actress wore a string of
cranberries around her neck, and the
papers the next morning referred to her
"magnificent coral necklace."
As men were scarce women were em
ployed to help the masons constructing
the bridge at Springfield, N. J., and
they did the work well and received
Conductors on the Denver & Rio
Grande railway are provided with med
icines and surgical instruments, with
illustrated instructions for their use in
case of accidents.
The school board at Kingston, Ont,
has replaced the straps long in use in
the schools with gutta percna ferules.
The feelings of the small boy appear
not to have been consulted.
"Plunger'- Walton took a contract
for cleaning the streets of New York
last winter and made a good job of it.
lie IS now rewardod by a London paper
which calls him a "scavenger."
An eight-day clock belonging to
Thomas Shourus has stood in the same
place it now occupies in his home in
Safem county, New Jersey, for 124
In San Francisco recently a man and
his wife, alleged to be worth about
175,000, were arrested for compelling
their children nightly to peddle fruit
about the streets.
It has been rashly said that women
never invent anything. At the Boston
fair there were a score of inventions by
women, among them a double piano
stool, carpet stretcher, stove damper,
Mrs. Labouchere is down on Mrs.
Langtry. She says she went out on the
street in London one night and collared
the first woman she met, and that she
is much prettier than the T.ily. She
will come to America with her next
Whitelaw Reid sympathizes with W.
D. llowells, who can find no congenial
companionship with the human race,
and says he feels that way himself. He
will pay a liberal reward to the discov
erer of a higher and nobler sphere than
It is a singular fact that, despite
Irish hatred of Chinese, in all cases of
marriage in California between Chinese
and whites, the women have invariably
been young Irish girls. This is an
anomaly which no one yet has been
able to explain.
Dr. J. V. Shoemaker says that
freckles can be removed by the careful
application of the ointment of the oleate
of copper at bedtime. He makes the
ointment by dissolving the oleate of
copper in sufficient oleo-palmite to make
A San Francisco paper says that the
fastest time ever made between that
port and Honolulu by a sailing vessel
was made by the American bark Comet
in 186110 days and 20 hours, and that
the quickest steamer's time was made
by the Mariposa 6 days and 8 1-2
Jefferson Davis is not rich, but fairly
comfortable. He has the plantation his
brother "Joe" Davis left him below
Vicksburg, which brings him some
thing, and he has the cottage property
at the seaside which a lady left him.
He is out of dependence, but has not
Americans who have recently re
turned from Europe refer to the fact,
often mentioned, "that the American
Consulates, abroad, with few excep
tions, are very shabby and unattractive,
and by no means consistent with the
dignity or importance of the country
: Professor Huxley said recently at the
London Hospital Medical College that,
in granting decrees, the tripartite qual
ification of medicine, surgery and mid
wifery should be insisted upon, and
that to allow anyone to practice with
out it at the present age of the world
was "perfectly monstrous."
It turns out fortunately that not bo
many are killed at Isohia as was at first
OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1883.
reported. According to the ollicial re
turns, only 2,000 lost their Mves, and
1,000 were Injured. This death record
is, however, sufficient to mako the
Ischia earthquake one of the most nota
ble of the many notable events of the
Wonderful stories como from the
Caspian oil fields. The Baku corres
pondent of the London Morning Pout
claims to have witnessed the striking
of a well that throws its oil to the
hciirht of 300 feet and produces 2.000. 000
f gallons, or 50,000 barrels por day. The
argest wells in Pennsylvania never pro
duce more than 3,000 barrels per day.
At the convention of the Poor Di
rectors in Philadelphia, alms-houses as
houses for pauper children were con
demned. They wero demoralizing. It
was stated that any house was butter
than an alms-house, and yet the alms-
hnilSA la thnnnrhr t ha a wnrntorf,,! in
stitution, a blessed product of Chris
tian civilization. Is it possible that we
WA l.tinntn A nm ..' i . t..1 J.l A
ho lauuiiug uuutii tijiiuiui ueiusionr
There is a boy living near Warnock's
in Belmont county, Ohio, who has a
fienchant for torturing animals. His
atest bit of sport was grinding a kit
ten's head off on a grindstone. An
other cat was found dead, Imprisoned
in a large jar in the milk house, which
he admitted having placed there three
or four days previously. On another
occasion he secured a cat in a vacant
room on the second floor of the family
residence, and proceeded to murder it
in a hunious manner. Ho would catch
the poor, frightened animal by the tail,
and giving it a sling, would land it
against an opposite wall with such
force as to make tiro blood spurt from
its nose and eyes. Doing this repeat
edly he was at last discovered in the
act, and in a cool, smiling way, he
asked tho intruders if it w.tsn't lots of
fun. One of the by-standjrs hit him
with a fence rail.
The Slim Man's Remarkable Shot.
A number of gentlemen were in the
depot waiting room admiring a duo lot
of ducks a friend had shot up on the
lake, and were somewhat surprised to
hear him tell of killing three ducks
with one discharge of his giin. About
this time a slim, pointed nosed maja,
who had oeen quietly listening, re
marked: "That's nothing very extnordinary "
"May be that's the "way .ou always
kill ducks." sarcastically remarked tho
"WaL that depends on how I load
my gun," replied the slim nia.i
"Then it does make a diil'ertnce how
you load, does it? I presume you use
about a peck of six ounce bullets?" re
marked the hunter, who began to feel
that the glory with which he had cov
ered himself, had melted, and was be
ginning to run off.
"Wal, now, don't you get rattled. I
don't know as I'll give tho schemo
away," retorted the slim man.
"How many ducks did you over kill
in one shot?" asked an interested list
ener. "Wal, stranger, I have killed and
strung over fifty of 'em" answered the
"Fifty ducks at one shot!" exclaimed
half a dozen.
"Yes, over fifty," replied the slim
man, "an' I don't mind telling ye how
twas done, if ye really want to know.
"Ilow on earth could you do sucn a
thinir? yi must have been where the
ducks were thick?" ventured a meek
1 (WHn rr irwliviiliial
'Wal, if ye'll give mo a chance I'll
tell ye. I took a trip up to Calumet
several years ago ana i never seea so
many ducks in all my hto. i tooK an
old army musket along and one cart
... ... . . ....
"Une cartnugo: exciaimeu nan a
dozen. "You don't mean to say you
only took one cartridge and no other
"Wal, I didn't take anything else,
but an old army musket, one cartridge
and a big spool of wire thread. That.s
the sum total of what I always take.
Ye see, I"
"What was the wire for?" inquired
the meek man.
"Wait till I finish, hang it, an' ye'll
know. Wal, when I got out on clear
water away from tho rushes I saw
about a million of ducks ri"ht ahead
of me. I just took the end of the wire
and fastened it to tho bullet in the cart
ridge and loaded my gun an' put tho
spool on the bottom of the boat where
1 thought it wouldn t get tangleu up,
and then I waited for a good chance. I
happened to blow my nose, which of
course made a noise, when every duck
raised his head to see what was up. I
drew a bead on the eye of the duck
nearest to me and pulled the trigger
before they had a chance to get scared.
Jewhiz! how that spool did spin while
me wire was unwuiuing. me uuuns
flew away, frightened by the noise of
the gun, but 1 had just one hundred
and fifty ducks, all strung dv tneir
heads on that wire. The bullet had
gone through their heads, dragging the
wire with it and it took eyes every time
excepting one; it took the tail of that
duck just as he raised from the water.
The bullet would have got more ducks
only the spool got caught before the
wire was an unwounu ami stopped n.
l believe n l naa nau another cartridge
and another spool of "
The slim man found himself talking
to tho stove. The rest had fled, and
none but he remained Peck's Sun.
Giveadam Jones, of the Lime Kiln
Club, secured the floor to observe that
there was a rumor in the air to the ef
fect that the treasurer's report for the
last quarter didn't balance with tho
cash-book within 3. He didn't pay
any attention to rumors himself, but
some of the members were a little panic
stricken and would like to hear the
truth in the matter.
"Brudder Jones," replied the Presi
dent in a voice that shook the shingles
overhead, "does you cmagine dat I nas
gone blind or lost tie power of addin'
up figgers? When reports an' books
doan balance In dis club dar' won't be
any rumors to h'ar. Dar' will be sich
a ruckshun dat you'll all know what's
de matter! Dar'. hain't nuflln1 in dis
club which doan' balance to a cent.
When our Treasurer can't mako the
footin's come out eben dar' will be a
sjallopin' up an' down until dis ole lloo'
won't hold de crowd. Sot down. Brud
der Jones. Dar' am no 'cashun fur to
bo alarmed. " Detroit Fne Press.
To wink once in a Minnesota drug
store is to ask for soda and rye whisky;
to wink twice and smack the lips is to
demand half a tumbler of Jamaica
rum; to stand with the forefinger and
thumb in the waistcoat pocket and ask
mildly for banana syrup is to convey a
hint that ginger brandy would be grate
fully received; towiuk thrice and jerk
the thumb over the left shoulder implies
that gin is tho liquor .required; and
when a customer transfers his quid of
toliacco from his mouth to his left hand
the chemist at once prepares a hand
made sou mash. And although tho
list of American drinks is a long ono,
the Minnesota code is so complete that
it even enables the thirsty soul to signal
whether lie prefers much orlitth lemon
'mice in his cocktail. at. James Gazette.
"Political parties," says John Bright,
the English statesman, in a recent let
ter, "seem to me unavoidable in a free
country; but, in my view, thero is a
higher law to which we should submit.
I tondemned our warlike policy thirty
years ago I condemn it now and I
left the government on their Egyptian
blunder." . Mr, Bright added that he
did not, therefore, leave the party with
which he has been so long connected.
But ho hoped that the party would
MoHDAY Evening, Dec. 3, 1883.
The weather has been clear and warm,
but is growing cooler and clouding up to
night, indicating a change to wet or colder
The market is generally quiet and un
changed. Sales are limited to filling or
ders and loading flat boats, and stocks of
all leading articles are full.
FLOUR Very little doing. The market
is dull and unchanged.
HAY Receipts continue liberal and the
demand fair for choice in small bales.
CORN The demand is moderate and
receipts fair. Large quantities of ear corn
is coming in in country wagons and be
ing sold to the mills.
OATS Receipts are liberal and the de
mand fair. Prices are a shade higher.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN Stocks are all held by the mills.
The demand is active at quotations.
BUTTER Choice grades are in fair re
quest and firm. The market is full of com
mon buiter, for which there is no demand.
EQQ3 Good demand and very scarce,
Prices rule firm.
POULTRY All kinds of dressed poul
try is in active request. Live chickens are
a drug in the market. Turkeys are scarce
and in good demand.
APPLES Choice are in good demand
and prices continue unchanged.
POTATOES AND ONIONS Full
stocks, and sales as a rule are slow.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices bere given are for aalea from
nrst na,aae tn rouna lota, an aavance la
icharsed for broken lotain fllllnttordera. '
8K) bhle varloua gradea.
.8 50&5 50
1UU DblB lamuy -
5 cars eIK edge small bale..
4 cars choice Timothy
8 cars mixed...
2 care good pnme
5 cars new mixed in bulk 44
5 cars new white In bulk mm..... 44
3 cars new white In sacks 48
8 cars choice , in bulk 80
3 cars mixed In bulk 29K
2 cars, tn aacka, del 83
No. 2 Red. perbu - 93A95
No. 2 Meditoranean 100
City on orders 4033 45
800 pounda choice Northern packed 20$29
8QQ pounds choice Northern dairy
80(1 pounds Southern Ills 14al8
2(10 pounds creamery.. ..m. 80332
5U0 pounds choice rolls.... 18
t.MMM. . .. MM. . ...
5 conpa mixed
10 coops Imixed.
Quails per doa
Venlaon saddles ,
Wild turkeya per dozen
Wild ducks per dozen ....mm.
. oaas oo
Per bbl choice Ben Davis......... . 8 25
" ' Rome Beanty 3 25
Small varieties 1 50
Choice Wlnesane ,.mm.....2 50&2 75
Genatons .l 50&2 25
PotBtocs per hush 3O80
Potatoes per bbl m. 1 25
10 Crates, according toslze m. I 0011 00
Tub-washed . m 28ftM
Fine unwashed m...- lh&M
Halfdo mm W
Buckets m. 10
Plain haras m.....mm........mm.... none
B. C. Hauie 18
Shoulders m.m. t
Hams ., none
Sides , none
Bhouldera H..M noae
ait. "Johns 11 In
Ohio Klver 1 00
9 bushel burlaps I
5 buahel lt)
Peaches, halves and quartan.. 63K
Choice navy ....
Choice medium .
Choice, I Factory M M, 11
Cream m m 15
ury runt cnoice
Green Salt. ...mm .. ...... ..mm. ...m.. ........ ..
Plum Green mm
Sheep Pelts, dry.
Sheen Pelta. zreeu,,
i ( e e
ow Leaf. 4 7!Xii 5 or
Media ra Leaf 8 W T tC
GorLeaf. . .... TBOQJ'f
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Grain Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. Vcwt. Wbbl. Vbbl.
Mempbl 12 15 2) &5
v. Orleans,- 174 25 85 50
Helena, Ark 1TC M 85 50
Kltneston, Miss '1 22 45 67K
Vicksburg, Prenteee House 24 per cwt. higher
All other wav points below Memnhla te New Or
leans, same ratea aa to Kllueaton.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
jjUREKA 1 EUREKA ! 1
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Hth, 1877, Under the Lawi o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JA9. 8. McGAHET .Preeidenl
J. II. ROBINSON 1st Vlce-Preaident
M. PHILLIPS 2nd Vice-Preeldent
J. A.GOL08TINK M..MM....Treaauror
W. H. MAREAM I
J. 8. PETRI E I -
, Medical Advisers
THOMAS LEWIS SecreUry
ED. H. WHITE M...MAeelstant Secretary
Wm. F.PITCHEU, L.S.THOMAS,
W. C. JOCELYN, F. VINCENT.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldstlne & Rosen water, w hole
aale and retail drv good, etc.; Jas. H. McGahey
lumber dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general atent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; L. H.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillips, con rector
ana ouiiaer; u. A. luumhley, grocer: Too
L.ewis, eecretary ana attorney-at-iaw: w . ii
Marean, lUmiEpathlc physician; U. Ba der, of
aacder A son. irrocera; K, H. Balrd, atreel super
visor; Ed (I. White, ass't sec. W.4 0.M.A. So
ciety; j. w. spier, lumner ana saw-mill; r. L.
Gernlgon, barber: E- B. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
D TV U M If At.1.. 1 fT U
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
X. English, contractor and builder: WillT. Red-
burn, of Morse fe Redburn, cigar manufacturers;
r. Vincent, aeaier in nme ana cement; L. A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; B
II.Taber, mfg. Jeweler; .1. U. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. S. Petrie, physician; H. W.
BostwicK, Insurance agent; E. E. Jarboe, foreman
St. Giia mains, and B. K. Wal bridge, lumber and
aaw'-njill, of Cairo; H. Lelgbton, cashier Nat.
Bunk, Stuart, Iowa; Hey. F. A. Wilkereon, Pryore
org, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, physlclan.Fulton, Ky.
. 05 a
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St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
Q DAILY TRAILS
-aw a - M4 tj
Making Direct Conneotiom
Taiiaa Liavi Cairo:
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Arriving Id Bt . Louis I 45 a.m. ; Chicago, 8:80 p.m. ;
rsinnrttnff at Oflln and Rfflnvham far nineta.
naU, Louisville, Indianapolis and point Eaat.
12:25 p. tn. Fast St. Loula and
VV etni'ii Jlizprnaa).
irrlvtngin Bt. Louie 8:45 p. m., and connecting
rorau points west.
3:40 p.m. Faat F,xpree.
For St. Louie and Chicago, arriving al St. Leuia
inn m and t'htrmon "10 m
3 BO p.m. Cincinnati Expreee.
rriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiavllle 1:68
a.m.; iDoianapona :ud a.i
this train reach the above
Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passenger y
kin reach the above polnta 12 is 30
HOURS in advance ol any other rout.
0Th.8:5O p. m. express ha PULLMAN
sLKEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through alecpera to St. lJttle and
Fast Time Fast.
Pa ocoti crava D tB, ,,ne K tbroof b to East-
ttSrCll;ei era nolnta wlthont any delay
eanaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after-
loon train rrom cairo arrives in new xorsi jaonaay
norning at io:35. Thirty-all honraln advance o
bt otn.r route.
tyFor through tlcketa and further Information.
apply at Illlnou Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J . u. ju.-skb, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Got. Paea. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
11X15018 CENTRAL K. k.
Tra.na Depart. Trai,t Arrive.
Mail........8:05 a.m. I tMil........-06a.m.
Accem 14:a m. xureaa n:'a.m.
tExpreea....M.. 4t p.m. Accom 8:16 m.
0. bt. L. m. o. B. R. (Jackson route).
tMall ... a.m. I tMatl ..... ..4:80p.m.
tExpreae...MM. 10:80a.m. I Eipren ....1040a.m.
rAccom b:du p.m. i
bt. L. c. r. b. (aarrow-MUcrei.
Express .8:00e m. I Express 1:15 a.m.
Ex. AMail.... 10:S0a m. Ex. Mail.. . 4:10 p m.
Aceom 12:06 p.m. Accom l0 p.m.
BT. L. I. M. B. B.
tXxpreai 10:80 p.m. 1 1 Express. ...... 1:80 p.m.
W.. BT. L. P. R. R.
Mall A Ex 4:00 a.m. I 'Mall A Ex. . 8. 80p.m.
Accem 4:00 p.m. I 'Accom .......10:30 a.m.
Freight- t:46 a.m. Freight 6:46 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Mall - 5:55 a.m. Mall :10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I fm PO
I. C. R. B.(tbroagh lock mall). . 5 a. m. I
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" (way mall). 4:80 p.m. I Bp. m.
" (Mouthers Dlv 5 P. m. 19 P. m.
Iron Mountain U. K 2:8up.m. 1 9 p. m.
Wabash R. H . 1U D. m. 9 o. m.
Texa. At St. Louie R. R T p. m. 8 a. m.
Bt. Louis Cairo R. R 5 p. m. I 9:80 am
Ohio River..... a p. m. 14 p.m.
Mlaa River arrlvea Wed., riat. A Mon.
" denane Wed.. Frl. A Bun.
P.O. gen. dol. opm from... ....T:S0 am to 7:10 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Bonaaya gen. del. open from.... Ba. m. to 10a.m.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6a. m. to 10:80am
Cat-N OTB. -Changes will be published from
time to time incltv DaDers. Change von r cards aa.
ordlngly. WM. V. MURPHY. P. M.
Mayor Thomaa. W. Halliday.
Treasurer Ckarlea F. Nellie.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marahal-L. H. Mcyera,
attorney William Hendrlcka.
Police Magistrate-a. Comings.
boabud or Auaaii ,
riratWard-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse Hinkle, C.N. Hnghea.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Kghert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patler. Adolnh SwoJ
fifth Ward Chaa. Lancaster. Henry Stont.
Circuit Judge D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
County Judge J. H. Roblaaon.
County Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Park.r,
'Sheriff John Hodgea.
Coroner R. Fitzgerald .
County Commissioners T. W. Hallldi, v g.
Mnlcahey and Peter Sano.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching every Sunday morning and
Bight at usual hours. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night; Sunday achool. 9:80 a.m.
Rev.JNO. F. EDEN, Paator.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Communion 10:80 a. m ., Morning Prayers 11a. m.
Sunday achool 8 p. m., Evening Prayers 7:90 p.m.
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Bector.
CMHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST OHURCH.
V Preaching at 10:80 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
'abhatb school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
I DTH BRAN Thirteenth atreet; services Sab
t j bath 1 :80 a. m. ; Sunday achool 2 p.m. Rer.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreets,
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p.m.
naday Scho.,1 at d:00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
PRESBYTERIAN Eighth street; preaching oa
Sabbath at 11:00 a. nv. and 7:30 p. in.; prayer
oeetlng Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
t 8 c. m. Rev B. Y. George, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH'S Roman Catholic) Corner Crosa
nd Walnut streeU; Mass every Sunday at 8
and 10 a.m.; Sunday achool at 2 p.m., and Vesp
ers at 8 p. m. M ( se every morning at 8 a. m. Rev.
C. Sweeuey, paator.
OT. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Nlntl
O street and Washington avenue Maes every
Sunday and 8 and 10 a.m.: Sunday acnoo at s p.m.,
and Vespers at 8 p. m. -ass eve-y morning at 8
a.m. Key. J , Murpny, pastor.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICE BT THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WEH
PACKED FOR 8HIPPINU
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twelfth tieet aad Levee,
UsVinu, Alburn vie.