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WIT AND HUMOR.
English "humorists" have just caught
up with tho mother-in-law joke.
The man who expects to get an an
swer through a telephone is the victim
of a hallocination.
There is a father in Pittsburg mean
enough to call his daughter Misery, be
cause she loves company.
! Sad jest by a policeman with a large
family: "Yes, I'm a cop, and I've many
little copies." Louisville Journal.
It is said that Froude spends ten
hours a day in the library. He must
be the "constant reader" who writes
bo much for the newspapers.
Mark Twain advised that a gentle
man who is engaged in the leather
trade and who hu purchased a' grove
and lawn should calJ it Hyde Park,
j "You soe that young gentleman op
posite P You should know him. He
conies from a very old family." In
deed! and he so fresh!"
Sportsman (after missing his tenth
rabbit): "I'll tell you what it is, Bag
ster your rabbits are all two inches
too abort hereabouts!"
Somebodv told Gen. Schenck that
the King of Dahomey had eight Queens;
and the General abstractedly remarked
that it was a ease of double dealing.
A little book just published is enti
tled, "How to talk." A copy should
be placed in the hands of every barber
in the land.
A million of bats are said to live in
the dome of the Court house at Bren
ham, Ga. What a bonanza for a base
A poet says: "Yesterday comes not."
He should tell us something we don't
know. What we are looking for is the
return of week before last. Norristown
A scientist says that in the moon a
hickory-nut falling from a bough would
crash through a man like a rainnie-ball.
That settles it We shall never go to
the moon to gather hickory-nuts.
A lawyer was summoned as a wit
ness in a certain case. The Judge, find
ing that the witness was lying badly,
interrupted him, saying: "1 beg of you
to forget your profession for a moment
and tell us tlie truth." Spanish Joke.
A young man who sat upon ' a black
piece of iron in a blacksmith shop and
unceremoniously sprang seven feet in
the air with a wild shriek of despair
says he don't think much ' of Hot
Springs as a health resort
We noticed a regular stream of peo
ple passing this office Wednesday and
supposed there was a funeral up street
We. heard later that Miller's cider-mill
was in operation. Caledonia Adver
tiser. Tho Httmc Journal says "a really
nice and true hearted girl never tells
anyone but her mother" when she re-
eels an oner oi marriage, one ruui
essly sacrifices the pleasure of "talking
hini over" with her chums. It costs a
great deal of self-denial to be "nico."
"Whv are you so exorbitant in your
prices?' asked a man of a merchant.
"Well," he replied, "I got into the
habit of chnrging double price for
everything when I kept a hotel at Hot
Springs, and find it impossible to break
myself of it" Arkunnuw Traveller.
A St. Louis girl stole nineteen trado
dollars and concealed them in her
mouth, and even then had jaw room
enough left to sass the officer who came
to arrest her so vigorously that his hair
jumped up and kicked his regulation
San Clemente, an island near Venice
ha a lunatic asylum containing 1,000
women, the majority of whom were
brought there by unhappy love. This
is the saddest news we havo heard for
a long time. Poor things! We spent
about a year in Venice. Philadelphia
. "I guess I'm getting to bo epicurean
in my tastes, you know," says Blooms;
"whv, since the cold wethah has set in,
you know, I eat every tiling I can lay
my hands on, I don't care what, you
know." And he went to ffnawin? the
end of his cane again. A'. Y. t'ontmer
A reporter of the New York Times
has been writing up a gambling house
in which he was, he says, "a compara
tive stranger." If he had been a posi
tive or a superlative stranger it might
be as well for him. A comparative
stransrer means a man who has been
there before. Boston Herald.
"Oh, my!"said an old lady who fell
out of bed in a Boston hotel the other
night; "I've hurt the exterior of my
spinal column." "Good enough I
mean, by gracious!" said her husband,
sitting bolt upright in bed, "we'll sue
the proprietor for damages." Hotel
"O he is a green hand," remarked a
book agent, contemptuously. "He
thinks he can sell books, and he has
not vet learned the first principles of
the business. Only yesterday no was
picked up all in a heap at the bottom
of a stairway. Now, an experienced
book agent always lands on his feet."
A umall man always has enough to
bear, but his dress becomes exceeding
ly heavy when the despicable salesman
of tli clothing store, just after the
small man has got into his new clothes,
cries out to the accountant so that
everybody else cau hear: "Boys suit!
An English critic says that Ameri
cans are fretful. Bless you, no. Go
into a public hall or conveyance and
sen the fretful, urfvotis, looking-for-thnir-rights
poople, and uiuo in ten will
bu Englishmen. The only time in ten
years when we were on pine and
needles was when Herbert Spencer
could not sleep lor winking. New Tork
"How's yer comin' on in your new
place?" asked Undo Mose of Galio
Snodgrass, who had recently accepted
a (Misition as porter in an Austin hard
ware store. "Ise not comin' on very
fas', Utielo Moso. Do boss tolo mo
soraethia' dis mornin", and ef he don't
take it back he gwine tor lose me shuah
yer born." "What dod he tolo yer?"
"Ho tole me ter consider myself dis
charged." Texas Siflings.
"Aw, you can sell me, aw, a blue
neck-tie, to match my eyes, you knowP"
inquired an Austin dude in a gentle
man's furnishing store. "Don't know
as I can, exactly." replied the sales
man, "but I can lit you with a soft hat
to match that head. Then the dudo
withdrew from the store, a crushed
strawberry hue effusing his effeminate
The following is Artemus Ward's de
scription of why he courted Betsy
Jane: "There were many afl'ectin' ties
which ruado me hanker after Betsy
Jane. Her father's farm lined ourn;
their cows and ourn squelched theit
thirst at tho same spring; our mares
both had stars on their foreheads; the
measles broke out in both families at
nearly the same time; our parents
(Betsy Jane's and mine) slept regular
ly every Sunday in the same meetin'
house, and tho neighbors used to ob
serve, 'How thick the Wards and Peas
leys air.' It was a sublime sight in tho
spring of the year to soo our several
mothers (Betsy's and mine) with their
gowns pinned up, so that they couldn't
silo 'em, effecktionately bilin soap to
gether and aboosin' their neighbors."
A Nashville .man received a piece of
wedding cake recently, and foolishly
ate it. It nearly killed him, and tho
doctor pumped him out, and braced
him up, and walked hiiu around, and
at last saved his life, although they de
clared ho had all the symptoms of
pyumia, strychnine poisoning, normal
temperature, Asiatic cholera; morphine
poisoning, rapid pulse, and torrilic res
piration, and several other awful
things. However, an analysis of the
cake showed that it contained no sub
stances absolutely poisonous in them
selves, but having been made by tho
bride, to tho best of her ability and ex
perience, the cake was enough to kill
a river and harbor bill. Tho man was
very young or he would have known
better, anu would have saved the cake
to kill tarantulas with.
How Telescopes Are Made,
Prof. J. K. Roes, of Columbia Col
lege, lectured Inst night in the hall of
the Packer collegiate institute, Brook
lyn, to an audience of about six hun
dred people. The subject of the lec
ture was "The Great Telewopes of tho
World," and it was illustrated with
dissolving views. The Professor read
from manuscript in an easy ami clour
voice, and dressed his thoughts in siru
plo and appropriate language, using
but very few technical terms. Ho be
gan with a description of the manufac
ture of the different parts of the mod
ern telescope, describing minutely the
process of grinding tho lenses. In
America this is done bv means of an
iron polisher, made to fit the convex of
the lens as nearly as possible. The in
side of this polishing iron is coated with
pitch, anil the glass liavinjr, ieen nrst
roughly ground, is placet! insuie, ana
the workman walks around the polish
er nressine on the lens. In Europe the
polishing is done by machinery, the
lens being held against the revolving
polisher. This, it is claimed, insures a
more unuorm suriace, out expenenco
has demonstrated that no lenses yet
made have given such general satisfac
tion as those ground by Alvin Clark, of
Cambridge, Mass., and all glasses from
him are ground by hand. It seems sin
gular, thinking of tho famo that this
man now enjoys, that it was in another
country that he first gained a reputa
tion for fine work. Alvin Clark was a
portrait painter, and took up tho study
of optics as a diversion. For ten years
ho turned out glasses without attract
ing any notice, but at last tho merit of
his lenses was published by English as
tronomers. Just before tho outbreak
of tho war, Prof. Barnard, now Presi
dont of Columbia College, and then the
head of the University of Mississippi,
gave Alvin Clark an'order for a lens 15
inches in diamoter. The rebellion pre
vented the sending of tho glass to Mis
sissippi, and finally it was bought for
tho Dearborn Observatory, at Chicago,
where it now is. It is a singular fact
that New York city, occupying the
commercial supremacy that it does,
cannot boast of anything in tho line of
astronomical research; but it is hoped
that in the near future somebody will
endow an observatory which will be a
monument more enduring to the do
nor's memory than the commonplace
successes of life. The views with which
the lecture was illustrated embraced
photographs of the primitive appliances
df the Chaldean shepherds for determ
ining the equinoxes, tho telescopes of
Galileo and Herschel, and Tyco Brahe's
observatory on the island of Huen.
Among the famous modern instruments
were shown tho mammoth refractors
in the naval observatory and at Prince
ton college, and the reflectors at Paris
and Mcluourn. In conclusion, the
speaker, after mentioning tho divided
opinions as to tho merits of refractors
and reflectors, said: "The future opti
cian who may discover tho moans of
avoiding the secondary observation ami
chango of or dor, tho present drawback
in refractors, will demonstrate the par
amount utility of tho refractor, or
tho one who finds a way to provide
against all atmospheric changes in tho
reflector may give the palm to that
glass, but up to tho present time all
practical tosts havo shown the superior
ity of tho refractor for astronomical
work." Prof. Roes was loudly ap
plauded. New York Times.
Probably the oldest tree in New Eng
land Is an elm situated at IVttaeonset,
R. I. An old record kept by a person
in that city and now ninety years of
age, and handed down to her by her
ancestors, furnishes the fact that 200
years ago this tree was planted where
it now stands, Tho circumference of
this tree at the butt measures twenty
six feet, and it holds nearly tho same
measurement to the limbs, about thirty
feet. The limbs aro as largo as a man's
body, very lone and very crooked.
They hold their full size nearly to the
etui, with only a few small branches.
Faults of Our School System.
We school the children too much.
That is to say, we keep them to school
all the year round; we continually force
their perceptive and memorizing facul
ties, and give no time for the play of
their refloctive faculties. In other words .
they don't reflect upon what they have
learned or attempt to apply It in their
own minds. We cram them with too
many studies. How else is the fact to
be accounted for that a child in the
country, and having but four months'
schooling in the yoar, will come to
Boston more matured in his education
than one who has had nine months1
schooling in the year? In our city
schools there is too much teaching and
too little learning. By that I mean to
say that the great press of studies place
ed upon the young mind by oral teach
ing for a few minutes at a time, and a
different study most every hour in the
day, tend to break up the continuity of
the pupil's thought, and the oral ad
dresses and lectures receive but little
attention from tho tired minds of the
pupils. B. F. Butler.
A friend of Mrs. Ilowgate says that
from a once proud position in Wash
ington society she and her attractive
daughter havo been reduced to the
necessity of seeking employment wher
ever it may be found in order to gain a
livelihood. Miss Ilowgate earns a
small salary copying tor some legal
firms. When Ilowgate fled he took
with him some $J2,000 in bonds, which
his daughter owned in her own right,
and turned over to her erring father at
homo to aid him in making good his
escape from the clutches of the law.
Mokdat Evening, Dec. 10, 1883.
The weather continues warm and plea
sant as May. A little ice formed last night,
only to disappear as soon as the morniDg
sun touched it.
Tbe rivers are falling fast, and will soon
be at thair usual stage for this season of the
FLOUR. We have no change to note.
The market drags nd sales art bard to
HAY. The inquiry is exclusivrly for
small bale hay of fancy gradt. Common
and large bale hay is neglected.
CORN. New is most of it not in good
condition and buyers are holding off.
Prices are a shade lower than at the open
ing ot last week.
OATS. The demand is light and stocks
moderate. Prices are shaded in favor of
MEAL. Quiet and dull. Ths demand
is light and prices lower.
BRAN. Scarce and in demand.
BUTTER. Strictly choice is in active
request. Common grades are dragging.
EGOS. Scarce and firm. Arrivals are
short of the local demand.
POULTRY. Live chickens are dull and
plenty. Turkeys are scarce and in de
mand. APPLES.-Only choice and fancy will
sell. Prices are a shade hicher.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.-Dull and
Bales and Quotations.
NOTB. The price Here given ar for sales from
Urit hands In round lot. An advance 1
Icharied for broken lotstn fliilncorder.
100 bbls fancy 4 ftOQB IS
Yf) bbls varlons grades... .... ..-S.805 10
i'-i onis ismuy..... . 4 10
lOubbls cholee..... 4 60
Scars gilt edge small bale
T cars chnice Timothy large bales....
1 car mixea......
1 car good pums.
6 cars new mixed In balk...,
5 cars new white In bnlk
tears new white la tack...,
Scars choice, in bnlk
S care mixed In bnlk
1 car, In sacks, del...
No. t Red, perbu
No. i Medlteranean
100 bbl City on orders I 303 SS
" ' i--- vuuiv? tvuuuoiu UK,KVUs see. SLFUtia
400 pounds choice Northern dairy ggl)
vv., puuuua ouumera Alls... ijl)
WIO pounds creamery.... ar
500 pounds choice roll 18
, ... 8 00
S coop mixed
10 coops ;mlxed
Quails per do
Venison saddles ,..
Wild turkey per dozen
Wild duck per dozen
. ooa 00
Per bbl choice Ben Davis
" H.im. U..nt.
Choice Wlnesans ji SOffis
Oenatons M ..S OOQil
Cholcered .,.. its
Choloe yellow 1 60
Potatoes, per bush Peach Blow
Potatoes per bush Early Bos...
Potatoes per bbl. ....m -.....
According to lM.,.mM..H.....M 00OU (
rin onvashed nmN. IttftxO
Tierce M a
uaiiao.,,. . 94
Backet ...,..., 10
Plain ham....... ' anna
Hans ...m....... ....... . 18
Clear aide m. , t
Shoulders . , 1 , t
Hairs. ,, ,,noo
Hide , ....none
Shoulders .; do.
I. 'John 11 is
Ohio River 1 ta
H bushel burlaus
I bushel lju
Peschss. halves and unartura ansir
... -............ -w
Oholce medium .
s utiiw) a.- mmJi J
10 to 8S
10 to 45
10 to 6 1
, BO to 8 SO
1 75 to ( 0
8 to 15
,1 00 to 8 00
Bsavrr car Dound .
Bear ,... .
Calf, (ireen Ul
Dry ITllnt choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelt, green
.$1 7SG3 Is
. 4 6U(i 5 01
4 754 5 Of
, Wits T ft
, T 50ft 8 '(
BATHS OF FKBIGUT.
Hay Floor Pork
fewt. jhbl. fbbl.
15 V 35
.Orleans, 17 tS 15 50
Helena, Ark ............ 17K tM 8 SO
Klineslon, His 22 5 67 X
vieunarg, rrentess House v per rwt. signer
All other war oolnta below Memoh'a toNew Or-
lsans, tarn rates a to K loeston.
Absolutely the best Porous Plaster ever
made. The Hop Piaster is composed of
Fresh Hops, Balsams sod Oums. Weak
Back, Side Ache, sore Chest, and all pains
are speedily cured by its use. Apply one.
Only 25 cts. at any drug store.
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. ' (Z)
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars csn be saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and eenerally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for tbe trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying w ith pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low'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
00 mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tbe taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tbe world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
HucKien'a Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Brothers. Of tbe many remedies before the public
for nervous debility and weakness of
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. $1 pkg., 6 for 5. At druggists,
None But first Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry bdJ Silverware one
should have the best or Done. Messrs.
Seublsy & Co., Chicago, are ranking a
specialty of Quo goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co,, they will send a
single article at the dozen price. Tbe) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
Stato Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, rnabling you to do purchasing at
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A Kemarkable Tribute.
Sidney Ourchundro, of Plttsbnre. Pa. .write :
"1 have need DR. WH. HALlS BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS manv years, with the most RraUfying
results. Tbe relieving of Hall' Balaam is won
wonderful. The pain and rack of tbe bodv Inci
dental to a l'ght cough, soon disappear by the nse
of a spoonful according to direction. My wile
frequently sends for Hall' Balaam Instead of a
physician, and health Is speedily restored by it
Red Horse Powder are tbe surest cur) for dis
eases In animal.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
is the oldest and beat remedy for Dyspepsia, BU
lionsness. Malaria, Indlgeetlon and all disorder
of the Stomach, and all disease Indicating an Im
pure condition of the Blood, Kidney and Llyer.
LLWOIS CENTRAL fe. R
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The Onlv JLine Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Conneotiob
fa-ms Ltavi C.iho:
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Connecting at Odiu and Effingham for Otnci
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and point Bast.
IS S& p. m. IP Mi 8t. Loniai and
arriving in St. Louis 8:15 p. m., and connecting
' for aU points West.
3:45 p.m. Faust Kipre.
For St. Louie and Chicago, arriving atSt.LonU
to p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a m
3 :45 p.m. Cincinnati KipresM.
trrlvlug at Cincinnati 7 MO a.m.; Louisville 8:85
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passenger hi
this train reach tbe above point, lit fa 30
UoUKS in advance ot any other rout.
t"The8:50 p. m. eipress ha PULLMAN
MKKPINGCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoot
change, and through deeper to St. Loul and
Fast Time Kat.
Pa dean fro v- by this line gothrosga to East.
1 aBSCllrlS era point without any d.lay
caused bv Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
soon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
norning at 10:35. Thirty-six hour la advaneeof
sv other route, t
taf-Kor through ticket and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. B. JONK6, Ticket Agent.
A. B. HANSON. Geo. Pae. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLIKOIB CE.NTBAL B. B.
Tra.n Depart. Train Arrive.
Mali..... S:OS a.m. ItMall t:06 a.m.
Accem 13:36 a m. I Express 11 10 a.m.
fBipreee i 4; p.m. 'Accom J:1S p.m.
C. ST. L a) N. O. B. B. (Jackson route).
tMall ...... 4:46 a.m. tMeli..... ... 4:80p.m.
tExpresa ..... 10 SUa.m. I Bxprees ....1040 a.m.
ST. L. C. R. b. ( VatTow-Bauge).
Express 8:00 a m. I Express 1 :1 a.m.
Ki. ABail .. 10:.Je m. Kx. Mall. ..4:10p.m.
Accom U:i o.m. Accom .IKX) p.m.
ST. L. I. M. R. B.
tBxpres 1030 p.m. tKxpreis..
W., ST. L. P. B. B.
Mall Kl 4:f0e.tn. I Mall A Kx.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom ....
Freight. ....?: a.m. I Freight
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Mall B:Ua.m. Mail
Daily except Sunday, t Daliv.
DEPARTURE OF VAILS.
Arr at I Dep'r
8 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
S p. m.
S a. m.
4 p. m.
I. C. R. H. (through lock mail)
, .. .
" (way mall)..
" (Southern Div .....
Iron Mountain R. R
Wabash R. R
Texaa A St. Louis R. K
St. Louis & Cairo R. R ,
Ohio River ,
Miss Liver arrives Wed., rat.
, S a. m. I
,. U:l0a m
,.4 SO p.m.
..I p. m.
..to p. m.
.T p. m.
,.8 p. m.
,.J p. m.
departs Wed., Pri.
P.O. gen dol. op n from..
..7:80 am tol
P.O. box del. open from 8 a.m. to 9 p. 1
Mondays gen. del. open from. ...8 a. m. to 10a. 1
Sunday box del. open from S a. m. to 10:SOam
StjrSOTH. Change will be published from
time to time In city papers. Change your cards ac
cordingly. WM . X. MURPHY. P. M.
Mayor Thomas. W. Halliday.
Treasurer Cnarls F. Mollis.
Clerk Dennis. J. Koley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
ttmrnev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
SOAHD or iLDlRMSi .
first Ward Wm.McBale, Harry Walker.
Setond Ward-Jesse llinkle, C. Ji. Hughe.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Kgoert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adolph SwoJ
"ifth Ward-Cbas. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit S udgeD. J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Inrln.
County Judge J. 11. Hoblnson.
County Clerk 8. J. Ilnmm.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitiecralo
Connty Commissioners T. W. Hallldiy, J. H
Mulcahey and Peter tiauo. t
C'AIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching every Sunday motnlngand
nltht at usual hours. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night; Sunday school. VJM a.m.
Rev. JNO. F. KDEK, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Bleo pal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion 1U:30 a. m.. Morning Prayers II a. ni.
Sunday school 8 p. m Evening Prayers 7:80 p.m.
F. P. C'avenport, S. T. B. Rector.
LMHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJROH.
T Piwhliig at 10:30 a. n.., S p. m and 7:80 p. m.
al.bath school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,,
1 UTHB RAN Thirteenth atreet; services Sab-.
1 a bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 8 p m. Rev.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut street,
Preachlcg Sabbath 11 :00a. tn. and 7:30 p.m.
MBday Schot.l at 8:00 p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett,
I) RKSBTTERIAN Slghth street; preaching oa
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. m.r prayer
noting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School
ii 3 p. m. Rev B. Y. Qeorge, pastor.
OT. JOSKPn 8 -1 Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
-nd Walnnt street; Ma every Sunday at 8
ana 10 a. m . , dudubj ecu uui ai a i. ui., sou v nmy
eriatSp.m, M sea every morning at 8 a, m. Rev.
C. Sweeney, pastor.
ST. PATRICK'8-( Roman Catholic) Corner Hint.
. street and Washington avenue; Mas every
Sundayand 8 and lo a.m.: Sunday schoo at 8 p.m.,
and Vesper at 8 p. m. i ass eve y morning at
p.m. Rev. J, Murphy, pastor.
JOHN 8PROAT, '
PROPRIETOR OPSPROAT'B PATENT
Refrigerator Oars, i
Dealer in lee.,
ICF BY THS CAR LOAD OR TON.Wttl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING , ;
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor.Twelfth Street and Levee,
.. tnr vv T VSirtTM ' 1 '