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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbiao. Backache, Heida'chs, Toothache,
ftere Tttraat, Swelling. stttraltis, HraliM,
Burnt, Sts-attd. t'roal Hi Ira.
i0 ail (nHK aopiLf paiss ui aim.
Bold tl Ll(" D1 Otslers srylis. Fin CuU bollls.
Dtrsellrtat (s II Laoruaitn.
THK 1IAH1.FS A. YOUr I.FRfO.
Ti ...... ....,. feiilam, .. A,
In the blood if apt to show Itself in the Spring,
and nature shou'd by all means be sists ed in
throwing it off. Swift' Specific does this effective
ly. It ta purely vegetable. nonpoi-ocoos rem
edy, which helps nature to force all the poison or
Uiot ont through the pores of the akin.
Mr. Robert A. Easier, of Dickson, Tenn., writes
nnderdateof March 10. l$st: "I bad chill and
fever, followed br rheumatism, for three year, so
that I tai not able to attend to my business; bad
tred almost every kind of medicine, and f 'ond
nore'lcf A friend recommended Svrift'a Specific.
1 tried one bottle and my health began to Improve.
I continued u' til I had taken six bottles, and it
hai aet me on my feet, aa found and aa well ae
ever. I recommend it to ail similarly afflicted."
Lettera from twenty-three (41) ol the leading re
tail druggist of Atlanta say, uu er data .March 24,
ISM: Weaell more of Swift'a Specific tlian any
other one remedy, and three to ten timet aa much
aa any other b.ood medicine. We sell it to all
elas-ei, and many of the ben families nee it aa a
general health tonic."
I am sore that Swift'a Specific saved mv life. 1
was terribly poisoned with ma aria, and was given
np to die. Swift'a Specific relieved me promptly
and entirely. 1 thlnkv it the greatest remedy of
C. 0. SPEXCER,
Snp't (las Works, Rome, Oa.
I have known and used Swift's Specific for more
than twenty yeans and have teen m re wonderful
re? ulta from in use thin from any rem dy in or
ont of the Pharmncoprpia. It ia a certain and sure
ntldoU to all sorts of Blood Poison.
J. DICKSON SMITH. M I).
OnrTreatisenn Blood and Skin Dlscasei mailed
free to applicant.
TllS SWIFT SPECIFIC GO..
Drawet 3, Atlanta, 0&.
Ji. Y. Office, 159 W. Zii St., bet. th & ?th Ays.
The kidneys art m psr'lert of tbe Mood, and
wbs tarj f;srt:oE are i&!rrred wi-.h tbroags
tkL. they tetd toiirr Tier become h'-a.;h-ft:;?
active ijr jte cm of H':Vtr :ora'.n
b ., Btes J:.:rg tvr. A miei :ron otter
vrrt Tt!f tzyvr'j fai'. .Wit toiie t'.m prt
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South Carolina will impose a heavy
tax on pistols.
Georgo W. Cable, tlio novelist,
weighs only 100 poumls.
Mine, lloiljeska gunports a school
for Polish cliiidreu in 'ev York.
Senator Miller, from California, owns
the finest residence in Washington.
The largest city in Japan is Osaka,
which contains 1.5S5,C'J5 inhabitants.
M. TourtrcnefTs brain is to ho pre
served in the museum at St. Peters
burg. The Ohio Legislature authorizes Cin
cinnati to raise the flooded district by
Dr. Al Watts, of Boston, has caught
and killed 4,052 dogs during the past
A correspondent writing from Mani
toba gays the country resembles a huge
A factory with facilities for making
100, CM) wooden dishes per day is to be
erected in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Tn ft Pliinecft eltr when ft man cvea
out after dark he carries a paper lan
tern with his name and address upon it.
It is estimated that the scheme pro
posed for filling in some of the low
Ittndsat Cincinnati will cost 1 100,000,
000. The man who buvs the wood burned
by the Maine Central Railroad says that
wood is growiug faster than it is cut in
Archibald Forbes says that the great
weakness of the Australian character
is tho hunger after titles and decora
tions. A Georgia nurseryman is said to have
realized already this season $10,000
from the sale of fruit trees grown on
one acre of land.
Bonanza Mackey has piven his old
Aloe gulch friend, Ike llardenheimer,
now in Texas, $200,000. Some years
ago he gave him f 100,000.
An Anti-Starvation Club is a novelty
of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The object is
to provide for members the best board
ing accommodations at the lowest
Resolution by the miners of Alene,
Idaho: "Not a Chinaman shall ever en
ter the difrgings unless ho climbs a
a tree, with one end of a lariat over a
President Taylor, of the Mormon
church, said the other day: "When
they come West to wipe out polygamy
they will find 100,000 muskets pointing
Russia, which has an area in Kuropo
two-thirds as largo as the whole United
States, with a population of more than
70,0J0,0OO, lies almost entirely north of
the latitude of St. Paul
At a meeting of the Irish National
League in New York, the other day,
one speaker recommended that bal
loons be sent up over English cities
and that dynamite be dropped from
A resident of Gover, VL, has the dis
tinction of possessing the largest 6ole
in the state. He wears a shoe that
measures twenty-two inches in length
and is tight inches wide. His friends
have no difficulty in keeping track of
An ( frjTt is being made in New Or
leans, La., to establish and maintain
there the same facilities as exist at Cas
tle Gir ien for receiving, accommodat
ing and forwarding foreign immigrants.
Ciriestori, S. C, k'.j desires the
M'. GoiLei, 'A Lt.-.u J, a distin
'fi'tiM lU'iata, a !e&n.;d LLv,r;&D,
t:. -J 1 ;.L.; cf j ;
ci'.. vm:..oh Ut ti. cirri Oe
iV.: lit two J,ial ; v-
try .f.'.cijy art, ii.vkr;s'y c.L-:'.riV; 1
A Michigan father objects to L.'ji son
taking up the study of physiology,
which is in the regular course of tile
schools. The authorities insist. Ho
parent thinks he can select what stud
ies he chooses for his loy, and will
take the matter into court.
Hugh J. Jewett is a director in
twenty railroad companies; Samuel
Sloan in twentv-three; Jay Gould in
twenty-four; George 15. 'Roberts in
twenty-six; Augustus Schell in twenty
eight; Sidney Dillon in thirty-six, and
Frederick L. Ame3 in fifty-two.
A good story is told about a resident
of Brattleboro, VL, finding a "Yalo".
lock key that bore tho imprint of tho
company's name, and how ho very
conscientiously ndvertised for its own
er, saying that "Mr. Yalo can have his
key by calling on tho undersigned in
There is a type of social life in Amer
ica which I hold as inestimably higher
than that of any other laud. It is as
quiet, as self-respecting, as well-bred
as any, and, added to these, it is more
genuine, nioro human, nioro loyal in
friendship, less at tho bidding of Mrs.
Grundy, than nny social life I know.
Ihbcrt Laird Collier.
Good shellac varnish is made ns fol
lows: Tako of very palo shellac 5
pounds; mastic, 1 ounce, and alcohol,
0 orC pints, and dissolve in the cold to
prevent the evaporation of the alcohol,
stirring the mixture meanwhile. This
s a good varnish for furniture, and it
is much employed in France by cabinet
Opium smoking is the issue in tho
mayoralty campaign uow being waged
in Vallejo, Wiula. One candidate
pledges himself, to support tho evil
while another plants himself on what
ho calls "the broad ( y'ollNtitlltinn .f
" this trlorioin country," and will allow
OAIKO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKNING APEIL 5, 1884.
every one to smoke or not to smoke, as
A Frenchman writes to tho New York
fitur: "Mr. Bismarck will affront the
L'nited States. Very good. So shall
we then tako him into tho hands and
tilay on him tho hose now. When that
ho cannot love the hog American, then
shall we defend from tho powerful Ea
gle American his bald head. Bis
A leading member of tho New York
Prison Association claims that tho
number of criminals is increasing fast
er in proportion than the population of
this country. There are, ho savs, over
50,000 persons now confined in jails it
New York state, and he claims that
ono man out of every seventy-livo men
with in the city is a criminal.
Pretty Mrs. Wise, of Virginia, says:
"When my husband was elected to
Congress I said I would not go to
Washington, as I had uothing to wear.
My friends wrote to mo to get out the
family laces and cover my old dresses.
&o here 1 am, as you see, with mv
grandmother's laces over my old
gowns." Theso laees have been the
envy of all beholders.
A writer in a German paper calls at
tention to the fact that a factory in
which 2,000 workmen were employed
in the manufacture of harmonicas is
now closed, as the demand for these
instruments has entirely ceased. The
writer assigned as a cause the cessa
tion of the pork trade, the cutting off of
which has necessitated tho closing of
the reciprocal branches of the ex
change. It is a sort of hog and har
monica strike. L'tica Herald.
Mr. Carnegie, of Pittsbursr, is build
ing a granite mansion on Cumberland
Island, a few miles north of Fernandi
na, Fla. This famous island onco was
owned bv General Nathaniel Greene,
ana 11 is ine otinsi piace 01 i,igtit
Horso Harrv Lee. IK er roam at will
through tho vast recesses of its forests.
Lord Huntingdon said recently that ho
did not know of a gentleman's park in
ail Groat Britain that was superior to it
in natural Leautv.
The Chinese have a peculiar theory
that the proper duration of a dynasty
should not exceed oue hundred years
a term which the reigning family has
nlrcady greatly overstepped. Beside
this singular superstition, the Chinese
have another deeply-rooted idea that
tho line of descent has not been pre
served intact oy the reigning dynasty.
A court intrigue, supposed to have oc
curred during the reign of Yang Ching,
the successor of Kang Hi, is said to have
occasioned the rumor, which nowadays
is widely credited. And so both super
stition and national antipathy have part
in the prevailing strong feeling against
tho Ta Tsing dynasty, so that now it is
not a little difficult to define the real
position of the people with regard to
their present sovereign. China is over
run with secret organizations whose
real aim is the abolition of the Tartars
and installation of a Chinese monarch,
trm ex nvrus. The famous White
Lily sect of the northern and central
provinces, as well as tho Triad society
of the southern states, have ono and
the same object in view. The raison
a'ttre of Chinese secret organizations
was originally not so much of a poiiii
cal as of a theosophic or Masonic char
acter. Men formed leagues together
for tho purposo of practicing certain
forms and modes of worship, as well as
upholding certain doctrines whic'i wi fe
at variance with the recognized creeds
of China. At present, these early te
nets have been lost siht of, and Chi
nese secret societies hold only to the
old formulas of initiation and craft, in
order to conceal their true political
character. They boast numbers of
members throughout tho length and
breadth of tho emoire, and are a con
stant source of anxiety and worriment
to the Peking authorities. The T'a-ping
rebellion itself, as well as many others
of less importance, was the outcome of
the White Lily sect; the riots at Canton
and the widespread tradition along tho
Yansr-tze, were due to tho schemes of
the Triardists. No wonder then that
thirty thousand troops are constantly
employed about the capital, or that tho
viceroy of Canton has to maintain his
thousands of Tartar soldiers. Yvkolta
The Holieniollcrii Spook.
The kaiser's high regard for his
Fnrr.eh cook, L Bernhard, was further
u.-.owri on "coronation day." On this
ar.civers&ry a great number of orders
if. e'r,f:rred upon all clashes, and on
thi lattoeeasion one of tho honors
we:it to th's cook, who so successfully
tickle the old emperor's palate.
As all the grand festivals aro hold in
the old palace, there was a great stir
thereabout for the entire week preced
ing. Thirty cooks and a small army
of assistants women and boys were
kept busy in relays day and night pre
paring tho dinner. It was the "curiosi
ty of one of these young fellows that
caused the rumor "of the "White La
dy's" reappearance. He had heard so
much about tho lavish preparations
going on throughout the entire palaeo
that at midnight he seized an opportu
nity to slip out of tho kitchen an im
mense apartment looking out on the
Spree at tho back of the palace anil
walked softly about from plaeo topl'aeo
to satisfy himself. As he had on his
wliito apron and cap, it is no wonder
that in the dim light through which ho
was seen moving noiselessly, 1 Wn3
mistaken for tho dread specter whoso
nppoarance, legends says, bodes ill to
tho houso of Huhenzollorn. Someone
however, followed and collared the
boy, frightening him fearfully. He
was let off with a severe reprimand.
Tho truth was not known for several
days, and as tho news of tho "White
Lady's" rcappearancp spread throu-di
tho city, next morning there was oreat
consternation. Everyone was speculat
ing as to who of the royal family would
be tho victim, for no ono seemed to dis
believe in tho threc-eenturiex-old super
stition. Thero were not a few who felt
certain that tho kaiser was marked for
death, as he had been suffcrinr with
another severe cold. lkrlin for? Globe
Democrat. It is reported that ex-Governor Gear
is bdoui 10 rc-eugago m thu wholesalo
grocery business in Burlington, a busU
uess which ho abandoned upon enter
lug publio life.
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at niyht and l.'. ken
of vour rest by a Bick child suffering nd
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
semi ai once ami get a oottlo 01 Mrs. W ius
low's SootlniiR by run for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer imnmd
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistske alnuit it. It cures dysentery and
uiarrniva, rcguiaies me stomach and bow
els. cures wind colic, softens the minis ri.
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
1'iierL'V to tho whole svatem. Mm Wlna.
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is plenssnt 10 tne lasie, ami is tne prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best frmale
nurses and physicians in the United Ktntpo
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. 1 rice '3 cents a bottle.
Photographs, eugravincs, etc., can be ex
quisitely colored with liquid art colors
made trom liiamond Dyes, r ull direc
tions for this beautilul art work, with a
handsome colored cabinet photo smt to
any address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO.,
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will Cud immediately relieved
when a Hop Plaster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving the ability to r!o
hard work without suffering. Take none
but this, 'tis sure. (5)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Appliesnees on trial, lor thirty days, to
nu n. 01 1 or young, anitctea witn nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
bee advertisement in this paper. 2
A Popular Fallacy.
51 inv people thiak that rheumatism can
not be cuml. It is caused by a bad state
of the blood which depo.-its poisonous mat
ter in the joints and muscles causing hme
ness. stiffness and swelling of thu iointa
an J excruciating pains. Kidtiey-Wort will
certsintly itL'ct a cure. It acts on the
Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, stimulating
them to a healthy action, purifies and en
riches the blood and eliminates tin poison
from the system. Go to the nearest ritug
ist, buy Kidney-Wort and be cured.
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E Springer, nf Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was sff.cted with lung fever
and abscess nn luni;, and reduced to a
wa!kin skeleton. Got a free trin! bottle
of Dr. Kind's New Discovery f.r Con
sumption, which did me so much good
tlut I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three buttles, found melf o.ice more a
man, completely restored t henlth, with a
henr'y appetite, and a fain h flesh of 48
lbs." Call at B-irclay Br s.' drug store and
get free trisl bottle of this certain cure
forallLuug Diseases. Large Dottles f 1.00.
Thousands' Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Guard, Kan., writes:
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire 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
can afford to be without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle bv
Barclsy Bros. (3)
Wby They Call Him "Old Man."
"Yes, that's sadly go," said Jenkins, "mv
hair is turning gray and falling out before
its time. Use something? I would, but
most hair restorers are dangerous." "True,"
answered his friend, "but Parker's Hair
Balsam is as harmless as it is effective. I've
tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show
and the boys will soon stop calling you
"'Old Man Jenkins.' " It never fails tore
store the original color to gray or faded
hair. Richly perfumed, an tlegant dress
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
(teres 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 Arkancas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
far 1883 is 00 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsexd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
TAX PCltCIUSElt S NOTICE.
To Thomas (Jwrnaer, Jennie V. Richardson and
all other imrtii'H iiitereHtcd-
Yotl urn hereby notitlHl that lit a dale of real 08
tiitf. In the county of Alexander anil stuteof Illinois,
held by the county collector of wild county, at the
fioulhwefterlv dour of tho court house, In the city of
I'uiro, in Hiil'l county nnil g ate, on thu 2'itli duv of
Aiiu'iiHt, 1, the undiTHluned purchased tho real es
tate hereinafter dencrilped, Hitiinted in thu flrnt addi
tion to the citv of ( aim, in county of Alexander
nnil ute of IIIIihiIh, for the taxes duo and unpaid
thereon for tho year A. I). IHI, tni'thcr with pen
alties nnd costs: sulci real pslatw belri taxed In the
tiHiii'i oi said Thomas iiiiernsev, to-wlt: Lot No.
2X, in block No. HI, In the first' addition to tho city
of Cairo. The time allowed by law for the redemp
tion of said real estuto will expire on tho 2hlh day
AI.KX. II. 1UVIN", riircliasor.
Cairo, 111., April 1, lHSi,
rjUX ITKCHASKK S NOTICE.
To Helen Journlgnn and all other persona inter
You aro hereby notified that nt a snlo of real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and stato of Illinois,
held by the county collector of said county, at tho
southwesterly door of the court house, in' the city
of Cairo, in said county and state, on the tilst day ut
Aillust, lHHi, the 11 liderHl lined purchased the fol
lowing real estate hereinafter described, situated In
the county of Alexander and Mtato of Illinois, for
taxes due and unpaid thereon, for the year A. I).
1SM1, toother with penalties and costs'; said real
estate belntf taxed In the name of John dittos, to
wlt: I''rl. 'i of section six (lit, In township seven
teen (171, south and In ranuo two west of the
third principal meredlan, containing VSi 81-100 acres.
The time allowed bv law for the redemption of said
real estate will expire on tho tilth day of August,
ml' AtKX. II. II1VIN, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., April 1st, 18H4,
U, H. H. KANK, or tlit Dgiilnrftr
llnm. DOW ofWi Knjftflv wlnrtbf
inyom tmm pur hlniwlf qiilfhlf MO pHtnl filly . Pur teiitlnio
nmMi!ir"RHMNimni nmdimi men,f,miirM
a.U.,lUVtllul.,Nw York tit.
The Piegnlar Cairo & Tuducah Uaily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
ITRNKY E. TAYLOR, Vaster.
UEOKOl! JOHKs, Clerk.
Leaves Tidncah for Cilro dally (Sundays excopt
ed) at 8 a. 111 , and Mound Citv at 1 p. m. Kcturr.
inif. leave! Ca'ro at 4 p.m.; Mound Citv at B p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For l'adticnh, Smlthtand, nycrsbiusr, Fdilyvllle
v an 100, 1 over, iiamsvnie ana ivusnville,
B. S. KIIEA.
J. 8. TYNKR
Leaves every Monday mornlne at 10 o'clock a m.
W. H. CHERKY.
WM. STK'iNO M Her.
FELIX OHASTY .Clerk.
L avi ( everv Fr dav morning at Hi o'clor''. male
lui; clo-e connections ut Nashville with tho L. 4
N. H. U. and N. C K K for all pntnte south,
with thu I'pper Cumb rlnnd racket Co., for all
points for the I 'ppcr Cumberland. For freight or
iiass-.ee, cdii;v on noam or to .1' Lim idm,
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rieulnr Ormliints of two medical
collepM. has been louitei engaged In the trea'.
nient of .'hroiiio, Nervoin, Klein nml
Jlloo.l Diseases th.in any other physician In
r-t. l.nnl. as city papers tfiow ami all old resi
dents know. Consultation at office or bv malt,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or hl opinion
tnsta nothing. When It l Inconvenient to vllt
ine city for treatment, medicines can be sent
byiuallorexpre, everywhere. Curable cases
(riniraiiteed: w here doubt exists It 1 frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Xervotis Pmatratlnn, Pshlllty, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Werfarial and other
aflectlonsof Throat, Skin and Bones, Illood
Imparltlss and Blood Poisoning, Kkln Affec
tions, Old Korea and I'lcers, Impediment! to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention t cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CAKS receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phvslclan paving;
particular attention to a class of cases atlalus
(treat skill, and physicians in regular practice
all over the country knowing this frequently
recoiiimend cases to tlie oldest olllce In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and the proved Kood reiinxliex of all
ages and countries are uied, A whole house Is
ned forofllce purses, and all are treated with
at ill In a respectful manner; and. knowing;
what to do. no experiments are nude. On ac
count of the great ninutwr applvlng, the
charges are kept low, otteii lower than Is !
manned ly others. If you secure the skill and
f et a speedy and perfect life cure, that h the
mportaut matter. FaiupUlet, 36 pages, bent
to any address free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE i pages
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Healed for 50
tents In postsgeor currency, over flfly won
derful peu pictures, true to life, articles on the
following subjects: Who may marry 1 who not:
why' l'mper ageto marrv. Who marry first.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should uiarrv. How life and happlnejs msv be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
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fr-NOTB.-Chan!,'e8 will be pti'ilished from
time to time In city papers. Change your cards ac
cordiugly. WM. JJ. MLTKI'UY. P. M
C1A1KO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Popla
J streets: nrf,rtiln,pfirvllnnl.v -a..i..
nlfht at usual hours. Prayer meet ng Wednes
day night; Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.
nev. u.u. r. jiui., Pastor.
"iliritf'IT OR" Tut nrntruioi . .
1 ; : . .v tafiscopai
J Fourteenth irro.t Hnn.. ,.m.i. r,
Coanmnlon 10:30a. m.. Vorning Prayers 11 a. m.
....u.j cvuuuio,,. hi,, ciraiuK rrayers I .w p.m
K. P. Davenport, S. T. . Rectoi.
,'IHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCRCH.
Prearhlnir at 10'MO s n. ? n m mnA v. so
al.batb school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores!
I'l'HKHAN-Thlrteenth street; servlus Sab
4 bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Re?,
ETIIODJST-Cor. Klhtb and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11 :00 a. m. andVtil n. m
c.nday School at ;oo p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
I ) KKSIIYTKKIAN K'.phth street; preachlnn on
i Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
neetiUL' Wednesday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday Scheol
t 3 p. m. Rev 15. V. Oeorge, pastor.
T .tfWI,'Plt G . T...a r.ih.ll.i f r.
""d Walnnt stroets: Msa everv Hnnri t
and 10a.m. j 8nnday school at t p.m., and Vesp
ers at 3p. m, M ss every morning at 3 a. m. Rev.
C. Sweeney, pastor.
CT. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue: Mass ever
Btmdayand 8 and 10 a.m.: Sunday ech 10 at 2 p.m.,
auo vespers ai p. m. ass eve y morn'ng at 8
p.m. Rev. J.Murpby, pat tot.
Mayor Thomas. W. Iln'.liday.
Treasurer Cnarka F. Nellis,
Clerk Dennis. J, r'oley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Vlarhal-L. II. Meyers,
1 "ornev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate a. Comings.
3DAIID OF AI.OIRIIIII
first Ward-Wm.JIcHale, TJarry Walker.
Second Ward-Jeese Ilinkle, C. N. Unghes.
Third Ward-B. P. Blake, Keren Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter. Adninh Swo
W'fth Ward Ctiaa, Lancaster. Henry Stont.
Clrcnlt Judeo D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk S. J. II urn m.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Slietlll John Hodges.
Coroner H. Fitzgerald .
Conniv Commissioners T. W. Hallld iv. .1. !!
Mnlcnhuv and Peter SauD.
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