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TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
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TAKK-jNOTICE.
TIM TAW.K or Til K ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. It,
II . ftri.1 ansrUiidr.la. Mth,1871, the follow
i.lif-!w 'I govern Ilia arrlral and depart
nr, 'if mtntgtr tiains at Cairo i
lr, 'm I train, dally ..,..... 11:45 p.in
Ki4T. ''ally 2.-45 i.in
I fr nil. iny - - a.Md.n
i:re. 'I 'I'. cacept Sunday 3:30 p.in
;,' i,li.i,fori-ni. limn uairo In HI. Louie. N
r'iMi' f esr. ron' Cairo lo Chicago, Elegant
trawlri! lfi-n sleeping ear M night triti.
I, ti f -liirk.-l I nil llnp-jrUnt, points.
T,m i,l ii i.l aliipir a PtprhU)
,, .. tliilifltlj .t'li mil Kiiirean train will
I, t fturo "lillf Sliir"iUy expected, and IH
i,ii.' 'h r in In. in ili.m'iiy lo Chicago In twenty
1, ..i. JA-I JOHNSON, Anenl.
ll.lll.ltO.llJX.
,if II K KVP ltOUTK FliOM SOUTH
Ml
UltSOlS CENTRAL 11
Til
Mr Lu is I.oirisvii.r.r, Ciniinnati, Chi-
i aiiii, . : jonn, iiiij.,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
( .in',rfHni'ii artiw at and leato Cairo m fol.
' IllH.I
nil. r.irnr.
A1ini .'Ii.limm 3iIlo p.m.
i, rim.. IllWun. S!i4.1 p.m.
Ikilli tr.l D cuoiuct -it Cintr.lla with train on Ihe
MT.A.I2r
P.un, lWtur, ".Inamlngten, in Paso, I.a Ral'.e,
51en lutrt. V'r-i Hrt , I i tltri i, Ihihuqtio, and
nil until. In llltnoli, lllaaourt,
Mlnnemta, vieonln ami
lna. Anil Willi
l,lne ruonluu Eatt and West for
1 UiuK HpfnfrfieM, Lwlivllle,
(Inrmi)Ktf, In.f inoli, Columbus.
Ami t ChdMi witii Michigan Central, Michigan
houlUui, and lMl.burg. Kort Wkyn
and Chicago Railroads lor
IMroil, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
lltn), H.,ton, Philadelphia,
.Surfm Knll, Erie, llillUlo,
Ni.V.irl, Pittsburg, llaltimote,
Washington.
AND ALli rOINT.S EAST.
For through ticket, and Infurnnllon, apply to
.moots Cetilml liiiilrutil Depot.
W. I'. JOHNSON.
Cirl Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J, J(JHS?!0N,.Agent, Cairo. ,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. K.
Onandsfu-r .Monday, April 24th, Hill, train wil
Tua ua iollowt i
NOKTHEHN DIVISION.
T1NI OOIXO COtTHIHT.'
Mull.
Virglnm 6:40 .m... ,
" Sl.nngtieM 8:20 ,
' Tylorllle..-..1(fcM .
Arrit m I'tim 11:40 m.
taiiwooiia HOrWMT.
,Einreni
l.ee rn -Ifloii.m ..
" T)rlonllle ...4:47 "
Arrlt iaptlnrfiil)...t;ir.
Lte Uniiniflf Id .t-M "
Arrnmt Vlrgini...:M "
jigtrrHEtis division.
Tatn koixu orrnjT.
ExpU'M
VA3S p.m.
,. 3.00 '
.. 4:0 "
.. 6:17 "
...3;3SD.m.,
...4:ifl
...fr.WI "
...0:10 '
...S;H "
KJgwoodw..i. :J0i.m
' Florm..... i..6s!S '....
Arne tt Hhwncetown3:Mp,m
tii ooi.nn noMnitirr.
l.ee Shiwnci'town Alla.m .
" Vlon i s-.M
Arriret 4tnewio.l,.....l:l(i
....10:10 n:tu.
....11:40 "
.... S:1S p.m
s.2op.m
7:00 '
Th 6:il0 lum. Iriiu lrom KJntiiruvi i..
..(J:JO
Mondjyi, W;lni-sity and Frirfnyn, nml fcl.la.m.
iMln frorn ehsirnfrton op Tuemli h. Tl1Ur(..
dy and Sntiirdnris ' v '
of Cliicgpu.lAllp?Jilr,u.l. f, A,i(;K(uniille
At SprliigByM. with 0 . cayr, and AUoik nml
.l.d, .WtUiih i 4 , Wihh i. uj,Zi'TW
iiKKjmi,
veil
koiuhuut.
Al dcooil I
i,nTOrai i un, Illliml.
tl,Pdiioili1t,ilrnHnilSLl.miir-1 '"
VBen'l Kr'Bl i4 Tiokft Ag'rTv
8Tr.AIU.UOVT.
THE.STEAM UG, cache
CAtt; -William 11. Savihjhjcy.
I I 'WILl llltc
FOUR, TBIPS EVERY
KETMLI
DAV
cmo a313 md. city ,
Lea-vk Caiko; ' lAVKj-Mu. City,
iooi ui eighth mirrr.'l L 'VnurwiAT,
Al 1 a.m. I At 8,at a.m.
At... 10 A.M. 1 At UJ: a.m.
At i'.m. j At a.:m r,M.
At & l-.M. I At ,...0.30 r.M.
WILL A'Kj). NVHESf II Al LED, '
' ' At Tlir:
BOX TACTOUY, "ll.W:. 1.ANIHN0, KV.
MOUTH Or CiCJtly MAUINK WAYK,
. AStl) SAW YAKI1.
I.AWYEBH.
ALIaEN, MULKKY Si WUFiKI-KU,
ATTOKNKYS
00UNHEL0113 'ATLAW,
William J. Allen,'
juiin ii.jiuiKiiv
Hamurl 1'. Wheel
6I.V. V
wler.)
alllO, ILMNtllfl.'
. I
i i I
O'i'uruanUr aileiilim paid lu river muj at
iniralty.buMuttft.
orrii't itoouft 7 and 8 wi.vtkk'h iu.ock.
OREKN fc GILHKltT,
ATTORNEYS
AMD
COUNHKLOllS
AT LAAV,
"AlUO, ILLINOIS,
WilUaw'll'.'n'reen,'
Mllea P.Oill.ert,
ni,,,.,.,,, i.iiiwi
irt, V
(M-Hpfwilul auentinn niien l AdmltoUy ami
office ojiio tr.vr.r-, koohh 7 anh fi uvuu
CITY NAUOXAI, HANK.
MUOTN Aliru'flhltKS.
Fashlonalilo
BOOT AUD SHOE MAKEK,
," 'TWENTIETH STREET,,
IMtweM.iUhlDKtoa Avenue did Poplar Street
CAIRO, ILLS.
Hoots and Sioei'MadTtb Order.
w Workmen Employed.
t HalUfiction Warrtoird.
l'atrunaae HolicJtnl,
AVD
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ton AOMcr r" "
.'.'BOLASKPS"
. ' CUSTOM-MADE ,
BOOT'S AND SHOUii
OMumcrrliil kveuue, (iurucr or I'Jtflitli
Ntrtcl,
GIKO, 1LLIK0IH.
rAKTICULAB ATTKNTI9N VAII) TO ALL 0H
VIMA VOU UOOl'BKIilTtl AD f-UOJt.
THE MAIL?
Aimivn. close
. tfjoea.tn. S.W p.m
Norlli, Tlirougn.... .............
" Wny
Soutli, Wny
ii ThMi, v n . Mrm
li.lSp.m. tljOO p.m
tdiii.....,! ClNinl.ii. .lvin. 4:W)p.m,
Ohio liner rniiti". (""I'1 .
Mon.lv) !p.m. O.Oi.p.in
Iron Moiiiilnin It. HKMp.in,
JlfM. Itnrr route, Tuefdsy
.,1,1 Kfl.1. fcOO.p.in. 7:00p.m.
Thelx'i Oimi'C Inland A f?nntn
re. UN.. Tiiitrmlay t rl-
,.y j CeOOp.in. 7:0"n.tn,
Miyfli'M, lllnndrillu mil
I.oiclaee, ly n:WB.m. t.inp.m.
orriri. unrit.i j
Oehernt ficllTury Tiniin.in.
(Sunday lull a.m.)
.Money Ord rilepii.tineiit H.m a.m. n.rio
KeKNler " " MM a.m. 6 no p.in'.
Money tlnNr iwnl Itegiiter ileparllnenU not
,-.en r n Hiimlay.
JSKCRKT (IIU)HHS.
TUB MlON.H.
Cmu.);Oimnihki, No. 13. Staled AKK'inbly1
til the Aiyliim Mmoiiu Hall, flril mul llnrd.'Sn.-U-dflVa
Inench month.
Ciiuo C'lVMii, No. 'Jl, llenliir ,Contvvatnnnt
UhJohIc milAlikAciiinl Friday Inouoti Inonih.
Caiho CiurrtR, No. 71 'legular Convocation
at MiimmiIc Hull, on the third I'uesdiiy of every
nvinlh.
Ciirii Iioimk. Nn.237 I, i A. M Itegiltar Com.
mnnleatioiK nt Manonln Hull, tho (econd nnd,
fourth Mniuliivf ol eaoli month.
DtiTi l.oixi k. No. MM K. A. M. Krpilar Oom
munleationi nt Masonic Hall Srsit nnd third
Thursday in encli month. 1
TIIK OliIi-1'KI.l.OWa.
Al riANorn Imni, W4. Meeta In Odd Kellow'a
Hill, In Arl. r'n IliiUiini;, erjr Thurinlay etun.
Inc, al gO'clu.'k.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WOOD I WOOD ! ! WOOD 1 1 1
The. underwgncd will furnish
HARD , AXD DRY -Y00D
AN'lirni, irmil flienper
Tnan kiiy' Wok dealer Sn Calm. 'Iieaf'nnler
on llin Malet nt the I'lxtollice Hnl at Hois' coal
yard, on Cottimerclni avimuis bijlween Tenth nnd
Twelfth firecta, Cairo. Illinolt, I alve cood
measure, and will cord tlic wood mi If i.esire.l.
nu8liMr DENNIS IIAIiCV.
THE BULLETIN.
I'iiIiIInIhmI ffwry moriiliij;, Momlny ex.
roploil.
UURyiTLES; ,
Poaches arc u.drug in the tmirkct.
Y'cstordiiy llio liotlc.it tluy of tlio
season.
I.',. . . ... T I-
"-i.ii.il ilium jiiueui vL"! in uuruiiauu b.
Tho body of A. II. Clyde tin, not yet
Leon found.
Chief Myers complains tlutl'hc lins no
iultablo hog pound.
A brss band mudv horriblo discord
6n tho Btrcots yostcrdtiy.
Imported London biscuit t Jorgou
S,cn'. jy2Gtf.
Thu Sun 'continues to shino in tlio
endu't Cliltllllllltiotl lUK'itioll.,
Tho polico Investigating comtnlltco will
meet to-duy nt the council chamber.
I Shrivnr's oyster ketchup nt dorgon-
sem's. jy2Ctf.
Tlio jiolico tiro enforcing tho onli-
tiiinco n "ni list riinniii'' vehicle on tho
cjilownlk.
Jtnlgo Greon, wh6 Ijms been ttbsent
ffom the fity nt Cliic.Hgii, returned homo
on Wednesday hint.
.Mathu9 & Uhl havu rented thg. mid
die building in' tho " Widows blo'ek," and
will bu ready for busincr' next week. .
j--Tlio gntne of lm'o liall played yeMor
diy between the fmirtli and soi'onU wards
rot-tilted in a victory for the Kiarth ward
ert. by a score of 18 to 17.
I A ir ran J I'licnint: freo lutieli will bu
spread at the Hotel'. (iarni, on .Saturday
tutrlit, by Messrs. W a ker and Ivoohler.
...!.'.
vuu i:u (iiujinuiurn.
.luilgo l'idgeon w ,itjtho city vof-
tiCdus. lie informed as that thn Caeho
river liridgu would 11 ready fur use by tho
public within n week from to-dav.
A .voting irmn by tbiVrinm6of Woods
Wius tiued by Judgo llroea, ycstordiiy,-. 10
aticl eoit. for nmuiint; lilmsolf bv throw-
int; a.toiA.iHllrouglOii Vyliidow of u bodsd'
OU ,1'oplur klrcel.
1 '
Ki.siii.isii. r0() "uIiim boteH" fnrfulo
5 centn eneli V. N . Tlluus'ioN.
1 . . . .
IJui'Tli.- The power nf Mr;. Whit
roiob'a Syrup fur children are as positive
as the fctinlight from heaven, mid gentle
nnd 8utlimg iu un niitrol'n whispur. allgH,
jis r inn uinllciiu the sale to-day i.t
ie Ilnllard Wnruhotise. II o'clock a.m.
sharp, h th
hour for cumiiiiiucliij;, Tliuro
will bo a larjjo "'jriilie" mul a lively tlmu is
nlicipnteil.
Dr. li:iltingcrb,l)iiiirluHiii and livi-etilt-
ry Powders will euro all kinds of Diarrhoea
and Dysentery ullltctitig adult, quickly,
pleaiimtly nnd mifuly. Kor sale by nil
llrit t lam ilruggUlsi hndl diialurs. nugS-
Gilon piuluroat reimunnblo rates, for
..Vi.I. Ill Hi I'UUIU. Ill .III ill ALclinr a. num.
l i ... .., ... ... '
Greeiilliild'a Landlni;, M.i. Kor iiurlieu.
lar. t nqulrii at Elliott IlayUiorir,'l 40
Cniiirnerelal Aveiiue. A3 lw
Knit Sale. At a Imrniiin. n Duvt' sua-
ingimaeuiiio. Una tiuver been used: is
entirely new ;" also" o-iow'$S0 Vileox fc
Gibbi, hlngiti tlircHdloiip-sUtcli, sowing
niacniiR.. inquire at tlm
Uui.LUTiN Office
rtuTK e. l'hu iluniicu commltteo havo
instructed Taylor to Immediately procewl
10 uiu collection of nil personal taxos fu
1BJI, (imt lo notify all persons by eircn
lars, that they must lose no t,lmg in. walk
Ing up to tho "captain's olltce." k
i anted At llio (jauiblo wagon, lac
Lory, corner of Thlry-socond slreot and
Ohio )evcc, Cairo, Ills.,' two hlaeksmitl
iorneii; two wagon makers and ono wa
on painter nnu siripur. ono out men
thnt havo sorved n rogular time mid ,ai
.masters tf their Undo need apply. '
J. r. UAMIILE.
Vkhy few remedies huvo rcnohod th
atandard that lias been n warded to Helm
bOldVIIuciiu j for in It is to bo found
osi7irfcure' for disensos of tho bladde
kidney, urinary organs, dropsy, "gravol
strangury, organic 'weakness, and fomnlu
irregulnrltlos. This has been frequently
ackuowlcgod by our lonillrg phyalcJiun,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
TKItKIULlMltAGiDV. ' '
tlANIKt. I1KNIIY, or MOUNl) CITY, STAI111KD
tVTirer.ve 1'I.ACKN IIY WAI.TKK llllll)
II I It AllRKSTKI) LVBAIIUJ. ' ,
Yostordnr nftertioon nt nbottt half past
6 o'clock n illfllotilty occurred between
"Waller lllrJ, a lUhorninn, well-known to
many citizen" of Cairo, nnil l)anlcl Henry,
of Mound City. In tho light IJlrd stabbed
Henry in twolvo placos," infiiellng fatal
wounds, awv
Afto.r commltUnK'th'olccd, llird loft
Mound City nnd coma to. Cairo. Infor-
mitlon of the ntrfayrai sont'to tho policp
of this city, and nt hif-p8tvnine o'clock
. . . . it. if. . jv. .
inn nini, iiiiiccra'HDeenan jnna tioimcs
rested lllrd iit;LAttncr'A saloon, nenf thi
).toflleo. Ho n'ad'ln:hw',posscsslon'in!
knlfo with which. I16 had' itnbbcd Henry.
It has tho appenranco of a large butcher-
knllo ground down. Tlio blade is about
eight Inches in length, and when taken,
from lllrd was covorod with blood., I
llird says ho cut Henry in sclf-defensoj
but, by thod who tiro supposed onow, It;
Is said ho did It without causa or provoca-j
Hon.
Henry's wounds aro dungeroui, an! It
was bollovcd last night that lio -wcnjld not
survive till morning.
lllrd was turned over lo Marshal 116-
gan, and tatfon bdik 't&'.So'unu, City.
Much nraisOjiSjduo Oillacrhecban and
Ilolinci For 'their promptness and vlglfanco
In making tho arrest.
TlIK iNFIDKt. TllACT CONTKOVKItSY.
Wo publish, thij morning, a communica
tion under tho signature of "Good Will,"
ostensiblq a reply to, "If ftryioJv,' who
writos for tdo t'uiro 1'ajier. 'Wo' aro in
clined to beliovc, from our recollection of
tho "Falrviow" lntter, that "Falrviow"
and "Oood AYill" aro partisans on tho
samo side tho infidel sldo. "Fairviow's"
advocacy of llio biblo was ns rude an at
tack as "(lood Will'?," and more effective,
because it was liko a dagger thrust by
tho band of n pretended friend. Wo
would suggost to tho nnli-infldclstbat their
caAs'o is likely' to rsutTer iri nconrbversy jn
which tho other side attacks nnd pretends
lo ward oil" the blows it is anxious should
bo fatal. Is there no Christian pen in the
city that has ownr to defend its causo ?
I TlIK ClIIllSTIAJf ClIUltcHiMllliOOLIO
iAllllAIO.N.MKNT OK M KM II Kits Tn THE l'O-
Ilick Coukt. Yesterday thu Kov. Mr.
IFriond preferred n charge against Messrs,
Georgo M. Alden and H. C. Wcirlck,
members of his church, of ''disturbing a
congregation or assembly mot for religious
Worship by rudo behavior nnd profano
discourse within tho plnco of worship, so
hs to .disturb the solomnityjof the meet
ing." Tho trial was bad bcfo'ro "Judge
pros?, City Attorney Popo nppearing for
llio city and II. W. "Webb, Esq., for tho
defendants. After listening to tho evi
dence nnd arguments of the attornies,
Judgo Ilross discharged tho defendants.
Mr. 'Weirick was then put upon trial for
using language calculated to provoke a
breach of tho peaee, bo having informed
Mr. Friend that ho (Friend) was no gen
tleman but it wortiilc;!s puppy or words lo
that cliect. Tho case was made out and a
flno of $10 and $1.75 cost assessed.
Caiho, Ii.lh., August 7lh, 1871.
Notice is hereby given that sundry com
plaints having been inailo ns to tho con
duel of some of thu polico force of tho
city, unit mo nuministration in somo res
pects of tho polico business of tho city,
that tho undersigned, tho special com
mittee appointed by tho city council on
tho subject, and tho couimitteo on polico
and jail will meet on Friday next, tho
llth instant, at tlio Council Chamber, at
7) o'clock, p.m., to hear any statements or
complaints that urjy person may wish. to.
jnako in relation to the matter. And any
porfions wishing 'to'dd'sbj'ciui ihako' their
statement in writing concerning the matters
to be enquired about, said statement to bo
over their own signatures and addressed lo
any ono of the undersigned. .
It. II. Cunningham, ")
S. yTYi,(iit,--j . . -Special Com.
P'avi. G. rtonuns L ) -
. W. UUHKII,
.Iames Caukoll, Com. cn Police
, C. lt;'WoorVv.HttI' "j ' mid Jrill. ' '
:iug7dtd
The Milk in the Cocoas it The
cause of tho disturbance in tlio Christian
chilrt'h of this city Is not known lo tho
ouu-ido world. Friend's f 'lends say it
grew oiit-if- Mr.-K. II. Hay's deiroto onst
Friend from .liu .sjiargo iiL Jtui tho
pnlpit banging busiuesi himself j whilo
tho iintUFnend iicojilii bf U16 cliufch dt
clari) that ho tilunu Is to blamo that ho is
not un ablo preacher or a good Christian,
Hay a explanation Is given in a card which
ho addressed to the .S'uii of yesterday ovon-
ng. At the annual missionary meeting of
thu lltst Illinois district, comprising South
.,. I III,,,.! -,i iunl'Y...i 't..1.'.
utn siMiiuiri 11 ni i,iiu iiuuvuuil 1I191IIUIU
held at Carbondalo,l.Tuly 31, 1871, tho foil
owing preatnblQ nnd resolution woro
adopted :
WiiEitEAS, Wo as riiembors of tlm
conirrejrntiim of tho church of Christ In
oouuiern Illinois, navo been, imposed upen
,v ,,v.ui.i vw.i.iu mining us eiaimini! 10
i" .! ui uiu gvniivi, nnu navo ocon
, ,am ..r ti.n . 1 1 ,
reuuiuu nun ireaieii as sueli by our brcth-
UII, Ullb Willi liuvn inrnpfi nni In l.n
f l.1' clmrneter, and thus tho causo ,of
uiii-iauuiuvy ueen nmuo to sutler! there-
f 14 l UU Ik
hrtolvttl, 'that we will not n.nn, ,!, .
an nvanirelisl nnv mm lu),,, ..r.. ........
nish uvidoi.ciiof hismomb!.rljitUjiJixQnl
Kregntloti of fliu e huroh .f V-hiirT rlTt.u
....mum, Hum ino actja:an'flvango ist,
and that n conv of Una i,r,.,i.,,i,i. .....1 . '
I , , I'wuiisuvti in .me, Carbondalo
ctw ,Vn,r" ""''"IN and 'Cairo'
'? c'!''y Standard 'and
.ii.-.i 1 1 , , , i-"-... wiiu
"Itjwn!," says Hay, 'by advocating tlj,
4wjnjoi, m uni, resoimion and denylnc
thu right of thp Ituv Mr. Friend to ael'at
an eiaer or llils church, Unit I ineurred
Kimoiiiaii uispicusure. it will bo
iioui.-e.il mat mo resolution is of n nvupral
fhanuiter, and Mh Friend taklr,,. U,
uiubragu al its adoption looks very niudi
liko an acknowledgment that it apnlle, to
III m. "
Thliputs tho Kov. Mr. FrioriiT hg,u
t .ode(emive. lie is charged, by huplica
tlon with bcitij; a bogus preacher, who
cannot' furnish evidence or his mithorlty
to act ns an uvangella, This calla for
blood, und we iidvi.y our friend Friend to
go for it,
l4l0SE'fINF11)!!r!
iL'tMiirinr i
AK INFIDEL WniTKIl TAKES Vr TlIK lKN
AND UPATTliKi inka KKPLY TO FAIII
VIEW. 3 ,
To ,lp.KIIUriof His pjirt, H.ailrtint T r
As tuoro has been several communica
tion concerning Infidel trocts going tbli
rounds of tho city papers, wo wish to oiler
a word, Iij .roply to our friend, Falrviow
whoo.icrrpturcs nppoarcd In tho Cairo
jft'ri bfytyy 31. V
Wti'.Jo liot wish to ontcr Into anv con
foreprt
d to crltletan.
Arcol
liglto FulrvJ'ow it is a mlsnomci
'U call iijhu Infidel tiui'contiilT wholly o
feitracWr'dul that dlvlno book, tlio Holy
Bible. iitfW wit) our frlnnil Tnlrvlmn I J
Till
Ijiklnd ik.o-cxpn
diTl'ip b'ioifc ho'l
rest how a book can bo .'
ijt.ft holv bOok'.'nriil bn ilvi.n!
wnoiiy iryjnspiratlpns from, tho purosanc-j
lion of Iilgh heaven ' 11 d contain languago
'.. .1 . - - a 1
"ttiat no rcspcctablo minister would daro
read, to his cdngrcgation; latigtingo 'unfit
for the family nltan" how such
book can contain vulgarities, obsconttios,
&c? Uyeo.doipgho w.iUlayiu undor ever
lasting obligations to lilru.. For to us his
languago Is abfedrd 'or' his Ideas of the dl
vino and holy are-vcry different from
ours.
llut, lio'say that no ono protonds that
tho Vulgar Vnd obscono portions f
tpo Wbjo ard Inspired. Thon wby
kpthose uninspired portions, in It,
on, if..tuo vulgar nnd obsccno ,'portiohs
are Inibklr proper plnco in tho bible, why
not and tho writings of Arrlslotld'or , in
cMaiotMlaicivIous songs of Solomon by
som'lWctjons from Uyron, nnd Burns,?
Ajidtf Jrucdloy of obscurity nndTicaUty,
afVuUii&ljrjand absurdity, is'ovidcpca of
dlvajjSajpiration, wo confess that tho
bible tiwiiW with evidences of bc'llig tho
mcrt tilrlnolyilnspireil book in tlietworld ;
ftnd,'byh'lr.c, wejcould allow Shakes
poaro,vl6pc and liyron n small modicum
of divine inspiration. -Falrviow says that
those .mat ,wjijv, cjrpnlnlitlro .ewdttracts
desiro to bring(Jtho ,bib,lo iDjto disroputo.
Now, wo do not like to judgo of men's In
tontt6rtlp"rihTT"Vncn wo ab so wo Tiko to
ijudgo with cbarlty")larfd eo wo offer this
opinlonr That their object was but to
bring those obscenities nnd vulgarities,
etc., into disroputo, and Our friendFair-'
view has quito effectually ; aided them 'in
this matter. And wo. now wish to usb
our friend, F., ot any otlier man. what
!that portion of tho biblo tuat is not flCfor
llio pulpit jior for tho family cIrclo;andhl-,
tar is lit fjr?
Is it not ns meet thaUtw'minbtor should
expound in the pulpit, and tho-fathcr rend
.0 lils-wife and daughters, as tlio wife and
laughters.should reaa'lt trt'tholr lono bed
ihambers dust beforo iroinu to prayer 7
jWo further desire to ask Mr. FiHrvioWpr
ny other tnan, what jiud-wherb is lho.au-
thority to ilccido those portions as unin
spired, whilo receiving tho rest ns inspired.
Ho says it is merely a record of bad "pis-
lions, tho superstitions nnd ignorance of a
grovelling nnd debased people, and this is
exactly tho infidel idea of it, nnd, thtiro.
ff . - .. . ..,. C . 1 1 1 '' I . -.
lure, lis buuii, ia ui iiu greaiur nuwiuruv
than 'any other history. Far bo it from
any infidel to nscribo tho vultraritics nnd
obscenities of ilowlsh-'hiltory to tlio great
God of tho universe. Tho infidel idea of
God is tco exalted, too "pure, too noble,
mid grand for jlmt, nnd.c object of jdrcu
latlngthbie'tr'acts' fa for'tho'plirposo of dis
sipating tho God debasing ideas of tho Li
blc. - 1
' There aro portions of tho biblo that "aro
aj puro as the descending snow," wo glad
ly admit, and wo also admiro these as tru-
ly and as furrcntly us our friond,F., ornny
cnoolsc. Wo Und cnual beauties and pu
rities in ,tbu writings pf Confttciils'nod jr
rruiny of tho old Hindo religious books und
in many of tliu wntuigii' Of 'thb Grecian
Sages; and, likewise, wo admire and lovo
th'otn. In fact, it ban been ulifelone mot
to with us to lovo and ruloro truth 'and'
beauty wherever., found, whether-err
christian or heathen gryund. And foxttbla
resson wo think it best to havo "tho
"marred umanalions of- men who know
nothing and hadnot oyen n 'foreilhddw
ing (given them, either by dlvlno or anv
otqor Inspiraticin,) of our advanced
-Wiii
in'aoTbni!iW&
itsjorigin Is found In- thei oldest AsJcttrl
religious.
I'lifldcls
do notAfcinka'uirS.at
ihopW'
etci
aula not'atloW
of their public nudu uxbibit4ft.-''A"i;nln,
wo say wo think the circulation of tho
said trncts was aetualediby a desiro to olo-
Vat-i.
fraternize
find
purify
pub-
lie
sentiment
by
showing
Ihu
abstirdity of '.',000 j'caVj'old i'dcu's; Fair
vle" says portions of tho biblo orq"hpck
ingly "obsceho and nasty,'1 "and n'sea hi.
judgment to detect theso portions, and to
uecii o upon tho merits of thu whole. New
wo aVo not willing to thiuk tbat " Fair
vv 'I'hWii monopolized reason Vnd"ju"g.
rrleJtr , nnd, therefore, wo claim a liko privi
ligo of using our roasOn' nnd 'judgment
in duL'idint! for oursolv.ia tlm ,nn..i. . ,,
k i - "iuh ui iiu
i)Ooki. ,
Arid wottntorm our friend Hhat'lnfldcls
do iiotnge-wnr-npoir chrluianUy, buf
oniy irpon cnnsiiau UutoleraucKS'Inlldols
wjahlo rtirtho yrjdor Uiajdoatha, bo
cauo. a man difTers from us in opinions and
religious ideas or idlosyncracics, ho is
thurtlorp'wicil m, Ipndci,(i9h t0
9iUb isfl tho doctrine of judging t tree by
its ilrlilt, nnd thus appreciating honesty
vlrtu and intolligoco in oyery individ
ual, rrrespectivo of any peculiarities in
his religious ideas. And. therefore, lot
al .unite ininiWJngoour fplth, tompar
ftneo ;) to temperance, vlrtuo, to virtuo
brothtrly Jiiudnoss ; and to brotherly
kindness, charity; ,ud so each, work
honcstly to promote tho welfare of thu fam
ilyofnan. . (Ipoi) AVill.
Tin cheapest place to buy your boots
ami ahocs Is nttljcSJln Slioo Store, HO
Vouiiuoroml avenue.
. LL:,jotf &'IIaythokn,
trpmw or t,, matter, ns wohavo no.Tcr
o4 pamphletsf but"woHilnk 1'alri
view jWfor open to criticism.' and thorc-
. . ... . 1
ciYlizationtoxpiffigW
Tho golden rulo,thouTrtoiijbii with
tho christians, Is irideodimutKl.lnul
admiro their tasto
filnifwmlr v ni
- v-....j wiiu I'Uiitrv PMVUIU iMlOt
Wo confess our"loi;btUVyt(;W
oi v. t (Tcierunco to UiscartIifcfi wife,
bceauso public sentiment w
AS.lw
AUGUST 11, 1871.
itOTfeL ARRIVALS,
KT. C'lf AttLlS 'TIIUItSDAY.
E. W. HallidaJ', Odlumbus, Ky. t
James Morris, Missouri.
T. A. Cylba, .Kosoclalr Load Mines., ,
H. L. Spain, Shrovoport, La.
.lames E. Phillip and family, Shrovc
port, La.
Goorgo Egglokofi' find' famMyJ Slnovcr
port, La,
J. J. Howard, Ccntorvlllo, La.
M. 0. Cntlett, Eddyvlllo, Ky.
C. Hathaway, St. Louis. ' '
,T. W. Hall, Murphyiboro, Ills!
James Doll, Cobden, Jilt.) ,
John Fauchor, Eulngham, Ills.
0. F. ltobb, Pnducah. Ky. ,
C. Frnrj,Lolbky,i3U Louin.
J. ISralnskiiiMlsiourl.. i
Mrs. Curd, Kentucky.
AV.M. Wriglit,,M'omphls.
W. n.-Watkini, Moroly, Mo,
F. Konlum, St. Lonls.
FiiiU4,n. and Hj MiBMON. If the old,
Apostles could have enjoyed tho fellowship'
'of Apbstlol'rlciiu.'oYillJi cily.Vhoy woiild)
navo been rar more successful than they'
woro In the prosocntlon of tho very lir(-j
porlant mission entrusted to their care and
keeping. Ho is greater than Paul and as
infallible as Plus. Without hesitation bo
sweeps. forward, in his appointed path, con
quering and to conquer. He, is too great
to tolorato opposition. Tho Sir Oraclo of
his congTegatron,bli'.worai,law.' 'Allay
Is not nn impediment Iri bis path ; an Al
den, nothing; nTalbott, of potatoes the
very smallest, Ho ii, in short, Big Injun
Mo, and has been especially dologated,,by
tho Inspiration of the spirit, to bring Cairo
to, repentanqe. That Lo will accomplish
bis mlssIon,( wip (can jlquRT, jFaul, In
Friend's shoos, mlgbVfall. John, arrayed
against Hay, might gry down in dofokt.
Fetor, In tvstrugglo with iTalboll, might
throw up tho spongo. Mark, tackling Al
den, might cryr" enough I But Friend
is groater than either of these, nnd will
triumph gloriously triumph over Hay,
Alden ,and TalboU-i-bo.wqrld.tbo Ueih
and tho devil. - Of-course' 'too will; and,
whilo bo.li tloirig ab, ho' will continue lo
tnko.in hisiliash rrgnlarly. Evcr.,flgbtjDg
Apostles can't do wjthout hash, and Friend
won't GreaVia friend 1 - . ,
IriVo'lCKfl of now goods Jusffcceivcd at
tho llostoh Shoe Sloro. ' '
'Elliott & Haytiiorx.
I A3-.1W3
C:VNSI 0AN8I1 CANS 111
'. Five hundred dozen No. I Tin FRUIT
(CANS at hie NKW'Tonk, BTOiirat $l.iDp
mor dozen. Largest wholcsare' and retail
.stock in thoclty;i- ' i-ro
" GltrELEY Si PAT1ETU
INxw TiiOTOORAPit Gallery. Wo ne
ico that Mfi 'Jl J. TrTolnlV' his' 'filled vp
the Tooras laUly.cccupledby Y. G.Worth.
!ngton In -rcry good style, and, aa an artist,
s doing cxccllont work that should entitle
him to talr;ebare.of,patronnga. t i t
None but tho best manufacture of
toods sold at tb'o Boston Shoo Store. We
aro receiving, fresh goods .of thp latest
styles oycry day.. t ,
Elliott & Haytiiohn.
A3-1W
N0TICK.4-From August 1st until further
ntjee, the faro pcr.transltstcamor Illinois',
lying between .Cairo and Columbus will
le ns rpllows ; Ono way, Jl.CO; round trip,
$2.00. w , "Sy'..A.,LowTir,
jaugSdlm-'1 4,1 ' ' ' '.Master.
I ' 1- rr. r-
WE would call tho attention or cr
cpuhtry frionds' who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who lias
a' very pleasant gallory on Commercial
avenue for; their accommodation, and' is
really the best artist wo Kayo had in Cairo
or a. long time. . tf
lr JltATFLB AND DANC. A, rnlllo for ft
fine watch wlll'tako place at tho Central
ILouso (Mrs. Gaffncy's) this o von ing. Af
ter tho' rattle, which will come off at 10.
o'i lock, thcro Trill bo a danco for all who
lsh to'pirtlclpatc- Every body 4s in-
vitci
cd. dlt
on a debilitated state of the constltu-.
tion, "brought on by diseases of tho blad
der, kitlnoys, and the urinary organs, and
to 'counteract organic weaknois, dyspepsia,
dropsy, graVo), strangury,, and female ir-
rosularitio;, administer Hrlmjiold'h Bit-
cii'u, which is a s'afo nnd positive cure.
IfoTici. JJeemlng' .a knowlodge of
chemistry nocbssary to tho student of all
well as to tlio
mechanic. I propose to open o class of
open a
chemistry pf forty lessoqs, commencing
on lthe lrst, Monday in .September noxt..
Jot particular inquire at iny ofBco, ,142
7-1. .1 f.t ......... irviw. '
iuumiurciai bdiiu5,'v.iiii
dtli t ' J. VfAPOYMAR, ,
The 'most popular shoo, shop in town
is oh 20tii street., opposite tho court house
hotel, W'horo Win, Uhlers inanuficturos
boots nnd shoesifor his customer, ' warrant
ed io bo of tlio best Fronch calf, -kip or
morocco, and'which iio guanraloes to giro
entiro satisfaction.. Call op him and 'you
wllllknowJi6w2tis yoursolf. . Jy2Qtf.
A, oood rafllo will como onVat tho Gib
son llouso on Monday OYcning. August 0,
18TL consisting or a nno oponcer caruine.
Also
so a. (fee junqh jwill 'ljoj-jeadpyto the
inis of tno gueits. After tho rafllo is
wants of tho gue
ovorjn froi danco will be given, with good
music throughout the entiro evening.
Cbmp one, coirio nil.1 ' 1 ' 1
TWKNTY-FIVE TioLLARR RkwArD. A
rowai-d of S'J5 will bo paid for'thb'recovory
of tlio body of A. 11., Clyde, who was
drowjned in llio Mississippi -river, oppbslto
Cairo, on Sunday night last. All expensos
tif'ojoiiverlng the body in Cairo will also
bo ptid. By ordbr of Aloxandor Lodge,
224, J. P, 9, F. , 8. K( Slaok,,N. Q; .
F. M. Stockflktii, R. S.
PiihLLii'JUuo'ii U master-of-hie 'traden
and warrants nil of his work to bo .qf.tho
very best inatorial nnd manufacture ; guar
nntee u complctn fit and entire satisfac
tion, ifsuot con lined to nuy'particular stylo,
but nuikes every vnrioty of boots nnd shoes
from the lioatlbsi cowlildo' to tho Jl Kbit
KruncJi calf and morocco. Ho also koons
ii Jargb stock on hand, of hU'oum vmhufac'
furr, nd any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom wprk cheap should. Call 'col
him at bis uhop on Eighth at, soirih sldo,
noar corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dti
'1
IlAnny Walkee, of tho St. Nicholas, J
nnd John Koohler, havo purchased tho
Holol Gnml of Henry Harris, and are fit
ting il up In stylo. They expect to bo
rondy for llio r'ecbptlon of guests in n few
Jnys.
Raffle. A flno kit of ship carpenter's
tools nnd ulio n splendid kit of joiner's
tool comploto, will bo rallied off on Salur
dsy ovonlngfl9th Inst., at tho corner of
Sovontconth-st. pnd Commercial uvenun.
Tho chances will bo CO cent each. A fine
string band jwlll bo in attendance, and rt
good tlirio may bd antiefpated. Tho ruflii
irfdr th'o Winter Mrs. Marloi), widow of
tho late Thus, M,nrlqi. d(j I
Hem a pl'k no s'afe. Dr. HenrJ
Root nnd Plunl Pills nro, mild nnd plcnsd
ant in their opeutlon, yet thorough, pro-i
duelng no nausea or iiripfnc. Boinif uu.
(tlroly vpgotnbjc, they, can be taken, with-)
.. vt"'. w ii ,yr uuiiiieis.- inny,
nrouso.'tho liver and sucrntlvA itm-i iniJ
healthy: action, thr6wlng'ofT dlscluo wth
imuHiiig ur uuuiiiiniiDg tjitj sya turn
Try1 them and yoiV wjl lie mtliflud
Pnco25 cents n box. Sold bv druggists
and dealers in nlcdleliio overvwhera
l'Mparcd by the Grafton Medicine Co., St
Louis, Mo. , , iiivDilni
. . LOCAL- NKWSlHtOPS.'
Lllelil's celebrated ox,trnct of meat' at
Jorgenson's. - 'jvlrttf.
(loniiiu walijutand mus.hrotim kutch
ups, ut Jorgonsqii's. jy2Ctf "
Ouava icll vaml Bosnia prunes nt .lor-
genseri'si- ' " , " ' ' . Jj'tr, .
i Genuine . Spuni'h' olives, n't: Jorfc'cn
ion's. . jylCK.'
-S-Importeil gherkln,'chow-ehow, plcfh
lillo and (Uiions, at .lyrgoiuen's.. t
jy2Cff ' '
Anchiovis, lu plrkln, oil or salt, at
Jorgonsen's. JylMHf
WmKhl.ers. nt his shop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every variety of
booti and shoos from genuine French calf
(lie uses no other kind) which ho iclis
roidy tnado or inmlo lo order at prlcq,,
tbat defy competition. Jyftitf.
William Alba's bnrbflr slop is grow
Tng In publfc fayor every day. It is .neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most
skillful workmen Ih tho city. Thb pro
prietor has bad many' years' cxpcrtcnco in
his business anil is recognized, n ono of 0iq
moat fipert shavers in Southern Illinois,
while young Alba is n master In his pro
fession. ' Citizens and strangers who wtih
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or thoir hair cut in, tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. 'Ills sliop is on Commer
cial avenuo next door to Hnnnon's new
depot; ' ' dtf ,,
- RIVERNEVS. v
, PORT LIST.
' ARRIVED.
Steamer Jas.Tisk, Jr., Paducab.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Kdinblirgh, Nuw Orleans.
11 Arkansas Bcllo, Evansvllie.
" Sallie, Fort Smith.
" Mary E.Too, Ked river.
Julia, St. LoUls.
" Marblo City, Vieksburg.
" :mlliu la large, St. Louis.
" 'Slobawk, St. Louis,
' " Grand Tower, St. Louii.
" Dictutbr, St. Louis.
JiEFAIlTED.
Stoamor Illinois, Columbus,
f Jas. Filk, Jr., Paducab.
M i "Edlnburg, Louln'le; '
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllie
Sallie,' St. LouW. 1
Mary E. lMe, St. Louis.
Julini Yicksburg.
Marblo City, 'St. Louis.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
Etnilie hi Bargei, New Orlean.4.
" Grand '1'owcr, Mbmphis.
John Kyle, St. lAi'u.
" Dictator, Ndw Orleans.
- 7I0AT3 TyTEAf: TO-HAT
Steamer Dlin'oL, Columbus.
" ' Jas. Flak, Jr.,rFuduonb.
"' ' ir.'C. Yoagor, .Nuw'Orluana,
" Ilell6St'..Loulc', Vieksburg.
" City of Chester, St.'Louk,
, John Luuisdcn, Evansvillor
Copt. Kountz's nuw steamer. John F.
Tolle, now buIMlnga'f'ftnza'bc'th, will bo
ready lo launch .about tlio llith itujU The
Tollo'fs built aftcr'tho fetylo of the H. C.
Y'cagcr. Capt. Kountz is highly delight
ed with her iippctirano , j '
flhotowboat Mary Alice, bound down,
and the Goo W'. Ohtck', liotind up, col
lided on tho morning of tho 7th at Hooves'
,bar, bolow tho foot of FrUdonVs island.
Tho Chock was not injured. One ol tno
bjrgei in.towib,!' tho At)iry ARcu Jiad pno,
sldo of tho cargo box iprn nway.
froight was damrtged. Thcl Mary Alfco
proceeded on licr wuy io ow uriaans uu
rignt.
' Tho Tobo Hurt catno off tho docks all
O.'Kt and departed last night with n good
tripio, Hickman. ' . t m '
' Tho'lndiana will complcto her cargo to
day wiles Oaptain-Nenl-inccccds in-gcti"
ting a barge whjqh. ..bpm iloail Willi
freight.
, Tho Rubicon iwrfs'v I illwl irgr'iuni. afe
Reeves' bar, but succeedod in gutting off
and is now on her'way rejoicing.
.dho Floronco Loo wilt outer thq Evans-
ville nnd Cairo trado as an indopondent
packot.
Tho Enterprise, now on her way to this
part mado n good do'al of titil'o bolwcen
Now Orleans and "VicksburgJ whicn was
four davs nnd seypn liourn. ' i
Th'oJriYcrJJs agaiaontliQ-UccunD.. ana.
has Wlon three Inchos Mnw last rcnort.
The Mississippi is rising Willi nuoui i
. Ml T.nuln. J t' Jit '.
foot to St. Louis,
Tho Ohio is rising at Cincinnati, tho
,woli boirlii cAui'dd Vyttji late IidavylraUb'.
1 Bilsincss on tho loveo was quite active
'yesterday.
Tho woathpr, ,wa, v,(jry Wiinif wti.,
lightl shower tu tlio n'ftornoon. (
Ifho Arkan'sas'Bolle lia'd'&OS' bnl. flour,
COtbl. whisky for Now Orleans: loo uui.
bieallfor Vicksburg'and 13' hbl.'meat for
Bt. Louis. . ,
TlL Sallie, from Fprt Smith, came in
flying light- , , n.
. T..n,t ennia out drawing 51. no
fctjo lay.up eight botira on, account of
fyg, jfjno Buuou auYurui vuim
Jas. Flsk, Jr. had a slim trip., f
Thb.KniHie )a;llftrgo'Cflmo,iout drawing
6 feet 8 Inches. Sho flUod put bore.
Marry E.,Poo. from Rod rl vor, bod a few
1
lots of freight. for St. Iiouis. Sho disch
cd for Louisville 11 balos of cotton.
Mohawk brought a low of 'four bat,
Tho Blsninrk did not fill out herons
si intended, but left witli a modo
trip. Sho could have got all she win
icre.
Grand Tower had several small lott
frieght for this clly. Sho received al.
forty tons.
Tin James Howard is aground at CI)
taw.
tlio Cnpltoi.Cily Is hard aground at1
land No, 21.
Tho City of Alton is aground at ll
No. 30.
Tho John Kylo did not go to Mo
City. Sho loft for St. Louis and will
repaired (here.
Tho Dictator got hor bargo off On
losf nnd pnssod down,
PHIL HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHE1
f'lli .Vnlluunl Basalt HMlMiaUf,
- ,Ppeiil aitntUoa' i aid iu- oMleta froai M
nllit and day.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS,
ilorernor, John M. Calmer!
l.feiilciiant-OoTernor, John Doaanerly i
h'eeielary of BUle, Edward, Ituminal , .
.iigiinr oi nuiie, u. r.. i.rpptaooui
Hlnto Treainrer, E, N. UatoA ; j.
I IN 1 KKWUKN 3
nn iifiTi.i.vmin 'i.iininMii.Hrf . ......
t,-ii.-niiu.iirv ivr iim fiiaaja lArgo VKw
U.,ir,..ciAilv rn.ir..AMiiM,ni...i.. r.i... '
Creln.
MEM BE ES ORNRRAIJ KiiHtiHtitA
Senators, lit District T. A, K, llolcomli,
Union, ond H.K. (ill.ou.of OalUtfn.
liepreacntalire, lit District U. W.taoa Wa
COUNTY OFFICERS.
cincoiT COURT.
i
t
4uuji ... iiaKcr, oi AiaxrAaiuer. r,
I'ro-ecQlIng Atlomi-.1. P, McOatt'nej.jj
aiajisae,
Circuit Cletk Jno. (.Barman..
HIienB A- H. In In.
Ytu, Martin, Assessor ajid.Tieisurar,
COUNTY COORT.
JudtfO F. Ilross.
AssiHiatoa J.;K. McCril and H. MarehllJo,
uerK jacou ii. iimcn. (
Coroner John II. Oosiinan.
MUNICIPAL'TjOVRRNMRNT.
Miyor John M. lAnsdcn.
Trta.tiferl. Bi Tv)or. j il f
Vv.M.im a if.imiiss ' I ' J 1 1 1 1
Clerk-SIIcliael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain. '
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Polico Mai-iatraij-.J'.7 Uro.i, and II. Ubai
esfy,
Chlet ol Police U II. M)er.
IV.ticn .(MnataUo'a Julia Bhuhtn, (day),
Jo. If. Velrrun and J. W.fcumner, (nllit.)
SELECT C0UNCIU
Mayor JolmiMl lansden.
First Ward-P. O. Hchuh.
Second ifuid C. II. Woodwanl.
j Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stoat Taylor.
City-at-Iiise W. P. Halllday and D. Hurd
" '""'llO'.tltb OF 'A7.DEftliE.V.
rill-r WAHD Jnme Rfarden,'
I.eo Klub,
I ju: Wal'kii.
KO ND WAHD II. H.ICaniiluKhaiii,
K. lludcr, ,
ilfliry t liner, j
Jamn Kwayne,
rillltl) WAIU)-Wm. Htratton,
I Pntiiclt KittKetald.
KOUP.TH V,II1D-Jamea Carroll.,
I' U.H.Seaae.
J.JI.Meieuir.
Time of Meeting.
, , inV"LX'"-.
Tha City Couivail meet, la joint Manon on
USICIl IIMJIIIIl.
sticiT rocacu.
The Select Council meeta on Ihe flntWednts-
'by ami, Thuraday, niter the aoeoad Monday lu
etich month.
boasd or ALDiama,
el. a rt llrfamnn mtm nn Inn fly.
Monday nndTueadly lo every month.
(KlllMlTTEKS OF THE COUNCIL.
Un .V(i-i-Mc.rii. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Metcalf.
Drtrlwtft SI e. Cunningham, Schuh, Flttger
fd.l, Seasu and Halllday.
CImmi Mcssra. Wood, Cunningham and Ul.b.
jUire mvl Jan Menni. Carroll, Uuder and
Woo J ward
Orilinnnres Messrs. Senac, Walder and Taylor.
trt JkfHirlmenlMkttn. Rearden, Bwayue and
Hnlllday.
itntkttt Mcmih. Schub, Winter and Klob.
lWntlno Mnnra.Woodward, Bwayae and lluder.
Tnnnr Messrs: Hurd, htratton aniMctraJf.
, Jlvant of JuiiA The Mayor, and Measrt, Rev
lion. Winter, titration and Carroll.
OUR CHURCHES.
PRK3IIVTEItlAN-EKhth-atrecl.
Preaching, Habbalh at Io a,' at., apd 7Ji r. 4.
I'm) cr. meeting, wouneauay at r. ai.
Sunday Sc!uol,3 r.M. J. M. Laosden, Super
intendent. Hev. C II, Foork, Paster.
MKTUOIHBT-Cor. Elahtli and Walnut Hit.
Preaching, Sabbath WA A, m,, and 7 r, .
I'mvnr iniiptinif. Weilneailav. 71 r. m.
Sunday Hchoal r. x. h. W. StllifeJlI'8opir-J
. . ., r t . M ' -I '
llitenucni. iiov. r. u. AiiuMriua, rsiwr.
OllbltCII OKTUK KKDEEMElt (Epiacopal)
Morning prayors, StabWtli iiX . w. ' '
R veiling prayerKIr. m.
.I.I.i.IIi Kolinnl. U i. ll. '
ST. PATIUUK'S Lliuw-H-tuor. niniu Di,nu
VVasliliigton Avenue, i
PiiUle Service, Babbath J and lof a. m.
V'espera, 3 r, x.
Sunday School, 2 r. ,
Servlco every day, 8f.j.
,ltevf'l,lJ.,0n'ith.ni,M,rleat.
CHHIS'l'IAN Eljjlilecnlli street.
Sabbath School! O'i A. u Baobath
PicachliiB. Sabbath 10S a. ., and 1 r. u.
lUv, J.FatniD, Pastor.
MliSlON S.UNDAY SCHOOL In ,the Chriatlan
Chilrch, Elghteenlli Btrect, Babbalb, Hchoeh3
P J.li.rtKD, Superintendent.
VOnXQ MJiN'd CIIBIBTHN ASBOClATlON-BaR-' '
ulnr meetlnjaocond Jlonday eaca month at b
Prayer room of tho Presbyterian .Chorea.,
Weekly Prefer meeting Frldayj 7 r.i ij.,- t
thb Prayer room of (ho Preabyteran church. ,
' u. I-AWN,f(e.itivt i'.
Al'ljlCAN M.'E.-KoMrteooilrsi. lieteM WalnuH
aiuIOedan . '
Services, Habbalh', 11 A. M, , i ,i int 4.
Sunday School. IS i" i i t ,'.'
Ciamar.M. ,'.',' , 1 . , , . T. -.
rrrachinK.TX'r.x." l!?Wmii ?Ui mior
SECOND .JfRUE-WlbtMAimaT-FlIieenlh 84.
Uovuen Wnlnut and Cinlar.- , ' " . ,
Services Sabbath, nitil 'J r. M, t
Huv.Ni Hicu.Paiitor.
FHIUt-WlIiD BAPTIflT JipMEl MISSION SUN.
DAY S.CHOOD-ornet Hralnut; nnd,Codiu; St.
8iihaaySciop,0, M,
FlaVl'iFJIEE WILD J1.USTWI'' 0UUIH5II--0ur-
KKi'eei'iiwilsth M a r; at, aqct 7X V. k.'
r'llHT M I8S10N AUV BAPTIST OHUROU-Bit.,
Menu luth and nth r)Uoti, near Cedar.
J'reaelilni Sabbath 10J a. m., orld Hi r. at.
.. . . . i ' ur.Jn..,l,tfii,hlHn
VraycrMew"11! Bi."."wjv,fMjM. ti
Preaching, Friday evening.
SalJbiiUi Bdlwoi; IK r. at John' Van Bale and
Mary Stephens Superintendents.
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