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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 1, 1884.
GERMAN REM EO l
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache.
More Throat, ftwi-lllng.. Nii-nlna, Urulaea,
lltiriia. sirnlits. I rl llilea,
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INVARIAUtT IN ADVANCE
All Coromtiulcationa should he addressed
K. A. Hl'HNK l'T,
. rubliidior and J'rourietor.
The t'liinosc tiotl.
I presume that I shall not bo neeused
fil s:icrilo'ro in rcJVrrin:; to tlie Cliincso
jroil ns nn inferior work of art. Viewed
simply from an artistic mid economical
standpoint it seems lo mo that the Chi
naman should have, ls pride m Ins
low-lcrj;cd nnd im ilu'ient pod than in
:ny otiit-r national institution.
1 do not wish to bo understood :h in
terfering with any man's religious
views; but when polygamy is inado n
divine decree, or a bass-wood deity is
whittled out and painted rod, to look
up to and to worship, I cannot treat
that so-called religious belief with
courtesy and reverence. I am quite
liberal in all religious matters. Peoplo
have noticed that and remarked it, but
the Oriental pod of commerce seems to
nic to be prcatly overrated. He stems
to lack that genuine decision of char
acter which should be a feature of an
I ak the phrenologist to come with
mc and examine the head of the alleg
ed Josh, and to state whether or not ho
believes that the properly balanced
head of a successful pod should not
have a more protuberant knob of spir
ituality, and a less pronounced aliment
ivein ss. Should the bump of combat
ivoness lianp; out over the car, while
time, tunc mid calculation are notice
ably reticent? I certainly do not.
Aain, how can the physiognomy of
the Celestial Josh be consistent with a
moral and temperate god? The low
brow would not indicate a pronounced
omniscience, and the Jumbo ears and
the copious neck would not impress me
with tho idea of purity and spirituality.
It is, no doubt. wroiiL' to attack sa
cred matters fur tho purpose of pain
ing notoriety; but I believe I am njjjiit
when I assert that the Chinese pod
must po. We should not bo Puritan
ical, but we mipbt safely draw tho line
nt the bow-lepped and sedentary god
dess of leprosy.
If Confucius bowed tho suppliant
knee to the popple-eyed, jim-jam Josh,
I am prieved to know it. If such was
the case, the friends of Confucius should
keep the matter from me. 1 cannot be
lieve that the, preal philospher wallow-
. I ; ... i . i . . . .i .
eu in me mist ai mo icei oi suen a
polka-dot caricature of a gorilla's hor
I boupht a Chinese pod once for four
bits. He was not successful in the pro
lession which lie claimed to follow.
Whatever he may have been in China.
he was not a very successful pod in the
J.npl:sh lanpunpe. J put him upon tho
mantel and the clock stopped, tho sor-vant-pirl
sent in her resipnation, and a
larpe dog jumped through the parlor
window. All this happened within two
hours from the time 1 erected the lop
eared, knock-kneed, and club-footed
Oolong in my household.
Perhaps this may have been largely
due to my ignorance of his habits.
Possibly if 1 had been more familiar
with his eccentricities it would have
been all right; but as it was, there was
no book of instruction given with him,
and 1 couldn't seem to make him work.
During the week following the pros
pect shalt of the New Jerusalem mine
struck a subterranean gulf stream and
waterlogged the stock, a tall yellow
dog, under the weight of a grea't woo,
picked out my cistern to siiinde in, and
I skated down the cellar stairs on mv
shoulder blades and the phrenological
location known aslovu of home in"uch
a terrible manner as to jar the founda
tion of the earth and kick a large hole
out of the bosom of the night.
I then met with a change of heart,
and overthrew the warty heathen god,
and knocked him galley west. rMy
hens at once began to watch the pro
duce market, and. not "win -r ilm bin-i,
pr.co of cg-s, commenced to orate
great zeal insipid of standing around
with their hands in their pockets. I
saw the new moon over my right shoul
der, and all nature seemed r;,v once
more. n "
The above are a f..;v of un reason for
believing that the Chii.i..,,. o0,i js pilU(.r
pTcat'y overestimated, r vx,, shippers
and producers are Hooding ti1(. m-u kot
with fraudulent go Is. -Uil jsy n
"During the craz.s for Union Paciliu
stock," said an old broker, "I furnish
ed shares to thirteen dillerent clergy
men in New Knglund, all of whom sold
their government bonds or took their
savings out of the bank to buy with."
"And how did they make oui?''
"Twelve of 'em lost three-fourths of
"And what about the thirteenth?"
"Oh, it was through him that I sold
tho other twelve, and he ma lo about
15,000." Ha Kind -V,;m.
Vniut h Mtilc N(iiiiTel Can Do.
A man from Providence recently re
ceived from Underbill, Vt., a tino'gray
's(juirrel. As tho family wore ou tho
point of going away for a few hours,
tho box was hastily sot in tho hall, llo
soon got out of his prison, however,
and going into tho sitting-room ho
amused himself by jumping from pict
ure to brackets, one picture being turn
ed over and partly gnawed to pieces,
and tho brackets swept of their adorn
ments and scattered promiscuously,
llo next turned his attention to tho
window sash, which ho stuck to just
long enough to mako it an eyesore.
Leaving tho sitting-room ho strayed
into tho dining-room, where lie found
nothing worthy of his notice but a
bunch of catkins, lo which ho paid duo
attention, when ho wandered to tho
sleeping-room, where ho must havo
reveled for some time. A camohor
uoiuu was inrown lo tno lloor, a
largo cologuo bottle was thrown down.
i ...i . . .i . . ..
nnd pictures aud ornaments left iu wild
confusion, and tho wiudow-sash was
gnawed to such an extent that it will
have lo bo replaced by a new ono. Ho
liually left that room aud took a stroll
as far as the closet, where he managed
to break a towel bracket aud complete'
ly ruin a rubber gas pipe, when he was
disturbed oy tho lady of tho house,
who, ou entering, was startled by
strong odor of camphor aud coloirno.
A hunt resulted in the discovery of tho
squirrel's noso and foro feet protruding
out of a collee-pot. Au nttempt to
capture him proved a sorry task, and,
Imam, to save intact what ho had not
already ruined, he was "baggod" in
proper condition for tho taxidermist,
ana now irom a siunip no quietly sur
veys tho scene of his recent frolic.
lien Hill's Tomb.
Tho committee in charge of tho mat
ter has selected for tho late Senator
Hill's statue tho following inscriptions
from his writings:
llo who saves his country saves all
things, and all things saved do bless
him; who lets his country dio lets all
things die, dies himself ignobly nnd
nil things dying curse him!
For tho reverse side:
The constitution should know no
sjc'ion, but should know all the states.
On one sidepiocc:
Wo nro in our lather's house; our
brothers are our companions, and wo
arc hero to stay, thank God, forever.
On tho other sido will bo a brief
record of the senator's public and pro
fessional life. Tho statue is rapidly
approaching completion. Atlanta Con.
si tint ion-
It is certain that the longer a speech, the
weaker it is, but not bo with a cold; the
longer it runs, the worso it becomes. A
cold, bo It ever so slight, is no trifle; it
should be checked in its early stages. Dr.
tsulls Cough Syrup is the ''Balm of
Gilead" that millions siy is divine in its
W. P. r.AMimiK. river editor nf fus lli'i.i.irn
and eliiimlioat pasxenijer auent. Orders for all
Uirdsof pteamhoat Job printing KOllcited. Office
ill lloivor'g Eurouean Hotel. No. ,3 Obio levee.
STAGES OK THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at G p. m. 48 feet 8 inch and fall
ing. Chattanooga, Mar. 31. River 13 feet 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 31. River 33 feet 11
inches and falhnp.
Louisville, Mar. 31. River 13 feet
3 inches and falling.
Nashville, Mar. 31 River 20 ft 1 inch
Tittsburg, Mar. 31. River 9 feet 8 in
dies and falling.
St Louis, Mar
cs aud fallin-'.
M. River 24 ft 2 inch
The R. S. Rhea arrivod frm Nashville
yesterday morning. She had a large pass
enger trip, but little freight. Discharged
12,000 feet of lumber for the Singer factory.
Departed on her return trip at 0 a. m.
The City of New Orlcaus, with a big
passenger trip, passed up for St. Louis yes
The little advance advertising packet for
Howe & Pullmah's Circus, wh'ch exhibits
here on the 5th inst., left here yesterday
morning. Capt. Hugh Funk will conduct
her as pilot to St. Lonis.
The John A. Scudder left here for New
Orleans last night. Sbi had a pretty good
The City of Helena from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis last night.
The David R. Powell from Ouchita river
passed up for St. Louis last night.
Tho James W. Guff trom Cincinnati is
duo to-night for Memphis. She is the flag
ship of the line.
The Taris C. Brown from New Orleans
is due early to-morrow morning for Cincin
nati. Thanks for tho declining waters. Bv
tho latter pirt of this week the Texas Narrow-gauge
and Iron Mountain Railroads
will be running in good shape again.
Tho Ohio leaves Memphis to nicht for
The Thos. Sherlock follows tho Paris C.
Brown, and will make Cairo Sdurday on
nor way to Uincinnati.
The Mary Houston is duo for New Or
leans to-morrow night.
There must have been three or four
thousand people out on Washington avenue
Sunday afternoon to boo tho boat races.
Tho "Jumbo" tow-boat W. W. O'Neil
passed here Sunday afternoon with that
big low we alluded to last week. It was
immense, and it takes the blue ribbon.
Tho Qlobc-Demomt of yesterday states
that it is quite probablo that the Ell Ifim.
brough, which is now lying at St. Louis,
I, will mako a trip south with bupi.Hpi for
tho flood sufferers. Sho would be ft good
boat for the purpose, and we hope sho may
secure thi contract.
The City of Cairo leaves St, Louis this
erenin jr for Vicksburj;.
Tho Hudson leaves St. Louis, Cairo, Pa
due ah and Shawneotown to-morrow at 5
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati ar
rived here at 6:45 last evening. She was
full of people. Departed for New Oilcans
at 0 p. in.
The kidneys become diseased by impure
circulation, which St. Jacobs Oil makes
Monday Evening, March 81,1884
Business lias been rather quiet to-day,
merchants being busy closing up their ac
counts fur the month.
We note a general good feeling in the
market in leading articles, with prices firm
but limited stocks.
The Mississippi continues to rise but is out
of its banks all the way to New Orleans,
but is not yet high onough to cause any
anxiety in this section.
FLOUR The demand is light but
stocks are small and prices firm and un
changed. HAY The demand is active for choice
and market nearly bare; prices are firm at
CORN Scarce and in activo request.
OATS Plenty; dull and lowsr.
MEAL Steady, and prices at last week's
BRAN None in market, except at the
mills. The demand is active.
BUTTER Market steady and demand
fair for choice.
EGGS Full stocks and weaker; fresh
receipts sold to-day 1314c.
CIIICKENS-Plenty and lower; the de
mand is small.
APPLES Very scarce and in active de
mand at good prices.
POTATOES-Dull and lower.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTE. The prices aere snven are for talea from
nrsr nana in round lota. An advance la
charged for broken lota in tllllniiordi r?.
WO bbli Extra fancy
3(10 hhla various grades
.......4 anrjl 30
ilM bhlg Obo'ce
4 754 85
100 bbls Patent
cars gilt edge amall bale......
cars choice white in bnlk..
care choice mixed in bulk..
cars choice In bulk,
cars choice in bu.k...
car In bulk.,
No. 3 Red, per bn
No. 2 Medileranean
430 bbls City on orders
..2 0)22 65
RV) pounds choice Northern Dairy 2J&24
Sin ponnds choice Northern roll.
500 pounds Souihcrn lUsroll.
200 pounds creamery
SJO dozen. ,
10 conpg choice hens
10 coops mixed and hene
Per bill choice Ben Davis
" ' Rome Ileauty.
....4 Wfj4 75
4 50ft4 75
....3 50&3 75
ON ION E.
2 5r2 75
2 50(i2 75
Pcarh Blow per bush irl7tv.
Early Rose per bush ,j1q
Potatoes per bbl '.".i w
AccorrtlrR to elzo 15 ccft'W 00
Plain h ami none
8. O. llama.... jj
Clear swltn y
. 1 05
24 bushel burlaps
5 bushel "
Peaches, halves and quarlera..
6V " f,
2 50 13 00
....2 t0J 75
10 to 05
10 to 45
. a ..m........ ., WM.
11U J lit....'.. . ........ M.... ......
Heaver per pound
10 to 5)
50 to 2 50
75 to 6 00
S to 15
- 1 00 to 9 00
Calf, Green ,
Dry Flint choice
Dry Halt -
Green Salt ,
Plum Oreen m
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelts, screen ,.
Damaged II i de a
RAT1CS OK FR1MUMT.
. $i 7.Vii3 (If
. 4 til Kit 5 01
4 75ffJ 5 of
. 1 5iit 7 fC
7 r,rxut 9 0
Hay Flour Pork
fcwi. i)Ul. Wbbl
15 2i at
Men phis 12X
Ni or:i!unti, 12
i'i 20 25 Mi
. 1 . . 1.1 1 1. ..
lirieua, ma n ici an
Kllnenton, Miss 22 45 87i
Vickntiurir, rrenteaa uonae 2 14 per cwt. hluhrr
au oiuer wv iiuiuiD ueiuw aiempuis to New Or
leans, same rates aa to K'lneston
A Popular Fallacy.
Many people think that rheumatism can
not be cured. It is caused by a bad state
ot the blood wtucn deposits poisonous mat
ter in tne joints ana muscles causing lame
ness, stiffness and swelling of the joints
1 " tr , ...
aim excruciating pains, iuuney-Wort Will
certaintly ettect a cure. It acts on th
Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, stimulatm?
them to a healthy action, purifies and en
riches the blood and eliminates the poison
from the system. Go to the nearest druc-
a 1 TT ' 1 TIT . 1 1 . O
gist, ouy iviuney-norr. ana oe cured.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes:
"1 never Iiesitate u recommend yonr Elec
trie Bitters to my customers, tney give in
tira satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
canaturato oe without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
uarcisy woe. (31
It is a pity to see a poor man, wh se
daily bread depends on his labor, stricken
helpless with Rheumatism. It is equally
sad to see a man with professional or busi
ness cares suddenly pounced upon by the
dread disease and incapacitated for work
S. R. Dennen, D. D., New Haven, Conn.,
writes: "Was recently prostrated with
sudden and violent attack of Rheumatism
On Friday I began to take Athlophoros.
On Sunday I was in my pulpit. On Mon
day went to Boston, well, and have been
well ever since." With Athlophoros with
in reach none need suffer long nor lose
A Walking: Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, f Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lung tcver
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
ot Dr. Kings New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, found myelf ojcb more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a cain h flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Broi.' drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $1.00.
Photographs, engravinirs, etc., can be ex
quisitely colored with liquid art colors
ma le from Diamond Dyes. Full direc
tions for this beautiful art work, with a
handsome colored cabinet photo sent to
any address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO.,
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Plaster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giviDjr the ability to do
nard worlc witnout sunenng. Tako none
but this, 'tis sure. (5)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I" ken
of your rest by a sick child suflfering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing byrup 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
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces intlammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low'a Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The most delicate persons enjoy takine
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
tiuckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chopped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonff the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousSnds of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is GO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townsesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Regular Cairo & Pailttcah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HKNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
GEORGE JOUEs, Clerk.
Leaves Ptducah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at g a. in,, and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
uKfjuuvL-B vymro uii p.m.; Motin'i I'liy aia p.m
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo U. S. Mai
For Paducali, Hmlthland. Dyerslmre, Kddyvllle,
'""!, uuirnsviiio aim Misiivllle,
S2a B. S. IfflEA.
GltO. JOHH.S ...Clem.
Leaves every Monday raornlni; at 10 o'clock a m
W. II. CHEKRY.
L AVl r I'VlTV Pf llflV llin.nllH, al ,il ,.V.!-l. i.
, . ' 'MK n i" i uiiil'., man
iuki-iu-u connection 111 Nashville 1II1 the L, Jt
; t ' I1' V,' ,- lV lj " n 1411 Polula south,
with the Upper Cumin rland Packet .'o.. fur all
points for tlie 1' liner Cumberland. Fur ri..i,.i,i
jiaKKice, e;jp;v on Hoard or to W. V. I.umtldln.
617 St. Charlos St, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A Mffiilar Ormluntn of two medical
COlleites, lias been loiitei eni:ijtt.l In the treat
nientoft'hroiii.., Nervmm, KUii, an.l
Jiloo.l l)lea.'8 tli.in any nth. r physician In
tt. Louis, as city p.ip. rs show and all old resl
denu know. 'oiisiiliatlnn at office or bv mail,
free and Invited. A friendly talk rbl opinion
costs luithliiir. lien It It Inconvenient to visit
therlty fur treatment, tncllclneii can lie sent
liy mall nr express everywhere, (uralile cae
(fiiarunteed: where doubt exists It U Iraukly
elated, tailor Write.
fi'rvon Proitratlon, Debility, itsntal and
I'hydral Weaknesn, Mercurial and other
aflertlon'O. Throat, Skin and Bone, Blood
Impurities and Blond Polnnnlng, Skin Aflef
tlonn, Old Sores and I'lceri, Impediments to
Marriage, Hhpuniattini.J'llM. Special at-
tent Inn t caiea from over-worked brain.
BfRGICAL rtKS receive specia 1 attention".
Pleaei arising from Imprudence, Exr up-,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phvsielau Bavins;
particular attention t a class of ces attains
great tklll. and phvsjelan in regular practice
all over the country knowing tbl. frequently
recommend ca-et to the oldest office In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance l retorted
to. and the proved Kootl reni.Mlic- of all
aires and countries are uted, A hole liouse Is
Uw,'! f'om', purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do. 110 txieriiueiit-are made. m ac
count of the (treat number applvlnir. the
charges are kept low, often lower than I? de
manded !y others. If yon secure the 'kill and
iret apeedy and perfect life cure, that H tho
Important mailer. Faflipulet, pages. Scut
to any address free.
putts. MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages
Elegant cloth and cllt lilndiinr. Sealed for 10
cents in postage or currency. Over llflv won
derful pen picture,, true to life, articles" on tho
following subjects: Who may marrv f whonot:
whyr 1'rniier aifeto marrv. N ho'marry Hrst.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should marrv. How Hie and hapi Inesa mav be
Increased. Those married or routeinplailiiir
marryliiK should read It. Itoucht to be read
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
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BEFORE r AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Davi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
W" are sufferlnir from Nitivors Pebii.itt,
V Lost ViTAi.irr. I.r or Nuavs Foara jm0
100R, Wastiso W kakkessk-S, and all those diseai
or a 1'ersosal KiTiaa r nultintf from Abi ibs and
Otiibr cai-sks. hpeedy relief Bnd complete resto
ration ot IlKAi.TnAiooB an'iMANiiooi, (K ara ntesd.
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VOLTAIC BUT CO., MAB8HAU, MICH.
W how debility, cxhniMtcc!
)(iurt' pruuiature di'tny
nun failure to rforin li
duties properly aro cuuhuU ly
cxojitM'd. orrnri of youth, Hi'.,
will find a tH.-rfpct and laKtin
rcsforalion to lollikt ht'nllh
and vltforonn iiiiihIummI in
TUtTUADCTAkl a 1 r
iMilu'r Bttiiiini li drujfinif nnr
inHimmpniH. i ni iroti mont of
rvoMi llehlllty and
snccesffnl nrrnnBO nnvtd on pcrfrt-t diifrnoHirt,
mtv MiviiiiMiai uihi anniuTo l hor
niilim'. infnrmatinn nnd Treat im frea.
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OK THK III MAN Huliy KM.AItHKI), DKVKI
OPIII. SI UIMiTln-M-h,' c, issn intere.tinj
advert Hwu.-iit I on 1: ron inmn i;it. In re ply. tn in
quiries o mil ay that there i. no evideti.e ol liu
"ilt a hoot thin. I )n 1 he cimtriiry, tlieadverl isers iir!i
"Olmrhly iridor-. c. Interested iktiim nmv uet
cir' tiiars"TTTHuTaH part u-ni.-ir-. bv mid i e not
nniinip crir nrinr
" iilliadlc ocLr-bunt:.
A favorite nreaerlnttnn of one of tht
tnost noted and suceeHful specialists in the IT. S.
(now retired for thecurnof Kervoum UrbUilUf
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lr"NOTK t'hauijta will be pn-ilished from
time Ui time In city papers. Change vour cards ac
cordiutfly. WM. II. .MUKf'll V. P. M
pAIUU BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Popla
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ouijubj- Fiiiuui o p. m., evening rrayert y;u p.m
K. P. L'avenpori, 8. T. H. Hector.
1 t'KT UKCIOVIDU UA DfTTCH "i T f fTr
Vrea' hlr.uat ll):: a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
noiiniu oenoui ai , :ou p. m ttev. T. J. Snores,
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i nppe, pastor.
KTII()blST-Cor. Kltfhir. and Walnnt streets,
l I'reaclitne Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 1 :V n. m.
nday Sihool at d:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett.
p is or.
J KKSB YTKKI AN K'ffhtb street; preacninr on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
n ctiiii- ednesdav at 7:3'Jo. m.: Snnd Nrhaol
Hi. m. Kev 15. V. Ucorje, pastor.
;T. .IOSKI'11 S iKoinan Catboltcj Corner Cross
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" """ti r-,,.:c,o, .iid. rTurjr duuubv at.
and 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 2 p. m., and Vesp
ers at 3 p. m. M use every morning at B a, m. Kev.
C. Sweeney, pastor.
Sr. PATRICK'S ( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street . t. S WnuMi,rr.,,,i ....,. n . U . -
pundayand S and lo a. m.: Sunday schoo at 8 p.m.,
and Vespers at 3 p. m. Vase evety morn Inn at 8
p. m. Kev. J, Murphy, pastor.
mayor Thomas. V. Ilallulay.
Treasurer Charlea F. Nellis,
iJlerk Diniils. J, Foley.
Ooiinpidor Wm. B. Gilbert,
durslial L. II. Meyers,
vttomev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
IIOAKU Ot AhDIHMIlt
irst Wjird-Wm.Mcnale, Harry Walker.
Second Hard-Jesse Ilmkle, C.N. Huibes.
Third Ward Ii. V. Blake, Kohert Smith.
Fourth Ward f'harlu. n P.M.. id.i.l,
Fifth Ward Cras. Lancaster. Henry Stont.
I'lrcult Jildiio D. J. Itaker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judpe J. H. Kobinson.
County Clerk 8. J. Iliimni.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
Coiintv Treasurer Milea W. Parker,
Slierllf John Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitzpurald .
ConniyComnilsBionora-T. W. Halltdiy, J. II'
Mulcnhey and Peter Sano.
For Sale bv