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YOL. VI.--NO. 153.
SHEXAiTDOAH, PA., SATURDAY. JUXE 13. 1S91.
THE SUEBST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THEOUG-H LIBEEAL ADVERTISING-!
Last evening a meeting of the com
mittee of Democrats and Republicans,
for the purpose of coming to Borne
amlcablo arrangement on the re
dlvlslon of the borough, came to
naught, as the Herald and all rea
sonable people anticipated. The first
snag struck was the First ward. The
Republicans were willing to recede
from their position and agree that
Bowers street should be the boundary
Hue of that ward, Instead of the
Lehigh Valley railroad, but the Demo
cratic committee, consisting of P. J.
Ferguson, 'riqulre Mouaghan and M.
i'i V. Whlttaker, the school teacher at
Turkey Run, objected and Insisted
that White street bo the line. 'Squire
' Mouaghan stated that tho object was
to have the Democratic First ward
; divided so that it would form two
Democratic wards. The Republicans
were willing that such should be the
case, but they objected to tho Demo
crats encroaching upon the Second
ward and throwing part of it into the
First, thus making that ward Demo
cratic and giving the Democrats three
wards on that one division.
Tho members of tho Democratic
committee have heretofore beou given
credit for more common sense. It
va9 not expected that they would
adopt a plan based on the supposition
that the Republicans were fools aud
were not capable of acting Intelli
gently. As it Is tho Republicans have
shown themselves as intelligent and
active, if not more bo, than the wise
acres on the other Bide, and If the
I utter wish to be fair and square let
them act as men and not babies,
The use to which the Democrats
put poor Paul Scbultz's map of the
borough is enough to cause the body
to'turn In the grave.
The suggestion thut the Lehigh
Valley railroad bo made the boundary
line of the First wurd is stamped as
outrageous by the Democrats, but
they aro remarkably silent on their
attempt to steal a slice from the Re'
publican Second ward.
OIBHSTTS per yd for the
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
$5old In other stores for 35a. All floor
Oilcloth! reduced. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin Si, near Centre
OUR FINE QUALITY
LUlsTGH MILK BISCUIT,
' ' 3 pounds for 25c,
Are guaraiiteed equal to anything in the market at
' higher ftrlces.
I - TEN DIFFERENT K1XDS
of lrc8h Cakes Ginger Snaps and Blsctiits, 3 lbs. for 25c
vJtjst oomiitg- insr
Another Lot of
JS 77V-HJ 77'f 4fwittrl Tmiii lyu 4ir 4gt, Ofi
j v i.v .. f.tiv iv c i iw
b Evaporated Peaches, 15c.
Canned Pears and Plums.
GrOHLSTGr OUT FAST.
I Canned Peas and Corn, 3
French Sardines in oil, 2
Ourllne Old Java Coffee,
Our Thirty-Cent Itoasted Coffee,
Our Fancy Creamery Butter,
Our Choice Dairy Butter,
OUR CHIPPED BEEF and SUMMER SAUSAGE.
NOW OJS 'jLUACK MERE,
Two Cars Cliolce Quality Timothy liny baled
The new editor of the News has
beeti sharpening up his pencils all
this week to tear up tho Hebald In
Its to-morrow's Issue. Tho Lehigh
statesman furnishes tho sinews of
war. It wasn't a very long time ago,
when the News had bo little love for
the gentleman they now wish to battle
for. Perbaps a slight insinuation of
"tho people living In glass homes"
might cool the ordor of the writer.
The generosity and courtesy of
the Democrats is unequalled. They
even offered to change tho route of tho
Lehigh Valley Railroad for the ac
commodation of the viewers.
TiiE thorn In the Democratic side is
the discovery that tho Republicans
are not compelled to borrow points on
the work of dividing a town into
The Democratic platform on a fair
and just division of the wards.
Agree with us and we are with you.
Wo Got There.
As an indication of tho system of instruc
tion in the public schools of our town it
may bo stated that all the scholara from
our High School passod examination be
fore the state committeo on Tuesday and
seven scholars of tho Bloomsburg Stato
Normal School who wore recommended
by tho faculty of that institution failed to
James Fairley died at elevon o'clock this
morning, at tho residence of his sister Mrs.
Goorgo Qillflllon, on Woit Lloyd stroet.
The deceased was 82 years of ago and his
death was caused by inflammatory rheuma
tism. Ho- was a mombor of John W.
Stokes Lodge, No. 5ir, I. O. 0. F., and
Washington Camt, No. 200, P. O. 3. of A.
John. Hopkins Will Lose Todd.
Baltimore, Juno 13. Dr. Henry A.
Todd, associate in tho Romance lan
guages at Johns Hopkins University, has
accepted a professorship of Romance lan
guages in tno .ueianu otnmoru univer
sity of California.
Senator Poll'or In Carlisle.
Carlisle, Pa., Juno 13. Senator I'effor
of Kansas Is hero on a visit to tho borne
of his childhood. Ho has not boon hero
boforo In many years. Tho Senator is
accompaniod by his wlfo and daughter.
Eeaduto, Pa., Juno 13. John Arbeaus.
colored, was acquitted of tho murder of
John Brown, also colored. It was plainly
shown during tho trial that tho killing
had boon dono In Bell-defence-.
Rudyurd Kipling Dying.
Prnsnuno, Juno 18. It is stated in a
letter to n friend at Beaver, Pa., that
Budyard Kipling, tho novelist ti ayinjj
Best dotnot shirt in town, at "Tho
Famous" clothing house, 50c. Shifting
pants from 75c. up.
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EXCITING SCENES WITNESSED
AT MOUNT TROY TO-DAY.
OUER 3,000 PILGRIMS PRESENT.
They Moved About on Crutches
and in Invalid Chairs Peoplo
in Rags and In Silk Sur
round tho Church.
Ily National Press Association.
PlTrsnuRO, Juno 13. Tho blind, tho
lame, tho halt aud tho deaf thronged
Mount Troy in greater numbers to-day
A conservativo estimate- of tho uumbor
of Pilgrims present In tho hopo of
securing help for almost every sort of
human ill from Father Molllnger places
tho flguro at 8,000. They journey hither
from all parts of the country. Hundrods
cams from Now York State, particularly
from the neighborhood of Btnghamton,
Elmlro, Rochester and Buffalo. Hun
drcds came from tho vicinity of Nash
ville. Thero are many from Connecti
cut, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
A wild, surging, tottering roobj a cry
of puln coming from a helpless mortal
who could tnovo neither hand nor foot;
apparently strong men crushing tho
woak in their endeavor to reach tho sldo
of Father Molllnger, who thoy export to
euro them such woro tho scones around
tho Mecca of cripples on Mount Troy to
day St. Anthony's day.
By 0 o'clock there were fully 8,000 peo
ple gathered in tho church, in tho yard
surrounding tho building and in tho
streets. Thero woro peoplo in rags and
people in broadcloth and silk. Thoy
moved about on crutches and in Invalid
chairs. Somo who havo been rendered
entirely helpless were carried around In
the strong arms of a loving father,
brother or mother.
A reporter spoko to somo of tho pa
tients who say thoy havo been cured.
Among them was Miss Mary Lonergau of
Elmlra, N. Y. She said she had suffered
from asthma 20 years. She visited Father
Molllnger and at tho end of flvo days
Mrs. P. J. Duffy of Oloan, N. Y., said
she had been completely cured of dropsy,
but still has a Btrango heart trouble
Mrs. Holzerof Wnyland, N. Y., had a
27-year-old son who had boon troubled
with St. Vitus' dance for 18 years. Ho
was much improved.
, Bridget and Nora Itoardon, two sisters,
from Little Meadow, near Scranton, Pa.,
were cured of cancer and cataract on her
Mrs. Fitislmmous, of Pittston, Luzorno
County, carno hero with rheumatism that
bad afflicted her for 10 years. She had to
be wheeled in o chair, yet boforo leaving
for homo sho could walk without diffi
culty. John Moran, another rheumatic of Sus
quehanna, Pa., loft his crutches behind
after visiting Father Molllnger.
THE JOHNSON TRAGEDY.
A Heller that Fletcher la In the Woods
New Bedfoud, Mass., Juno 13. There
are several new developments in tho
Johnson murder case. At Priest's Covo
an oar was found which looks as It It
might have bolonged to a largo boat like
tho one in which the bloody tragedy oc
curred. Tho theory is that Fletcher, who Is
missing, may havo floated ashoro on it.
This theory is in a measuro Terlfled by
the fact that several persons have report
ed to the police that they havo seen a
person who answers the description of
Fletcher skulking in tho woods near
Foirhaven. Mrs. Fletcher, however, says
sho is sure hor husband is dead.
Officer of the Yalo Football tAiioalatlon.
New Haven, Conu., June 13. Tha fol
lowing officers were olectcd at a meeting
of tho Yale Football Association last
night: President, W. B. Wright, Jr., '02;
vice-president, Frank Barbour, '02; treas
urer, A Lambert, '03; secretary, J. Iioby,
'03. The gross recoipts for tho season
wore $10,403. A gift of $0,000 was made
to tho new gymnasium and $4,000 for a
now building at tho Yale Held.
Will Fight the Synod.
PnTsnuiuJ, June 18. The east end con
gregation of the Reformed Presbyterian
Church last night decided to secede. The
congregation reorganized, re-elected Mr.
Mllltgan pastor at u salary of $1,600 and
determined to tight the Synod to retain
tho thirty thousand dollar church which
thoy now possess. They will probably
go Into the Uultod Presbyterian Church
lu a body.
Convicted or u IlevoltliiE Crime.
CamAkdaiqca, N. Y,, Juno 18. Tho
jury in tho ease of William Phelps,
charged with Incest, brought In a verdict
of guilty. Tho defondant's counsel
moved for a new trial on the ground that
the code was violated by Judge Met calf,
in allowing tho jury to have possession
of some damaging papers. The details
of tho crime were of tho most revolting
A Dliliniinst Treasurer,
Greenfield, Mass., Juno 13. Mason
Moody, who has been treasurer of Frank
lln County for 15 years, has confessed to
having used $10,10if belonging to the
county la hi private business. Ills rela
tions and frieuds have turned over to his
bondsmen suflloient property to secure
tho county against loss.
Advortlio In the Ukeald.
A Groat Week at the Famous
Tbo Citizens' Band of Taraaqua will
havo an excursion to Lakeside on Wednes
day noit. Tamaijua's fair daughters will
turn out en wnzjjo, which is a guarantoo
that tho crowd will bo a largo one.
Washington Camp, No. 200, P. O. S. of
A., of town, will havo an excursion to
Lakesido on Thursday. Tickots, including
round trip and admission to tho AVIld Wost
show, aro being sold at 70 cents, a price
within tho roach of-all. That tho excur
sion will bo well patronized there can bo
Pawnee Bill's Wild Wost show arrivod
at Lakesido at an early hour this morning
and tho tents, and topoos wore pitched and
arrangements made for tho reception of tho
throngs next weok. Pawnoo Bill Major
G. W. Lillio), was on hand directing tho
work and ho showed himself a model for
onorgy and executive ability.
Tho trotting park inclosuro and grand
stand will bo coniplotod by this ovoning.
For tno 'completion of tho dancing
pavilionia fow tnoro days work will bo re
quired. It Is a largo structuro and whon
complete4will be declared perfection,
Tho management has purchased a large
and magnlfleont Ohickering piano and will
make it one of tho attractions of tho danc
The pjpspect for largo gatherings at
LukasidoTjvery day next woek aro exceed
A gentleman of moans yoslorday wanted
to purchase tho plot opposite tho lakes for
building purposes and oll'erod a handsome
figure- for it, but tho offer was refused.
Thero will bo lively times at Lakeside
from now on. The picnic season is now In
full bloom and dates are being taken rap
idly. In many instances there aro threi
applications for ono date.
The track will hardly bo ready for races
before July 4th. There will bo no "letup1'
in tho work and whon tho track Is com
pleted it will bo a track.
Tho Wild Wost exhibitions will bo given
every afternoon next weok, commencing at
4 o'clock. Tbo Phiiadolphia and Koading
Kail road Company has announced its rates
for tickots Including admission to tho show,
as follows :
Pottsvltle, 85 cents; Ttnaqua,60; Barnos-
ville, 35; Mahanoy City, 50; St. Nicholas,
60; Gilberton, 61; Mahanoy Plane, 60;
Wm. Ponn, 72; Shenandoah, 75; Girard-
villo, CO; Ashland, 73.
Interesting Services in tho Evan
golloul Ohurch To-morrow.
To-morrow will ba Children's Day in tho
Evangelical church. Tho church will bo
handsomely decorated for tho occasion.
Services will be hold all day and will bo in
English. The morning services will com
mence at 10 o'clock, beginning with a
missionary address by Mr. C. W. Denglor
Mr. R. Stocker will treat on "Tho Dura
tion of tho Teachor's Influonco" and the
pastor's subject will bo "Traps."
1:1.0 p. m.
TVmperarco Address u. 8. Kehler.
The Law Kound" M. ti. Keramcrer.
"The Y. V.H. of O, K. us a means to lead the
young people of tho Sunday Bchool Into
the church A. L. Ornir.
"Amusements" Lewis Heltzor
6:80 P. SI.
"Children's Day Is Best" Girls
Hinging "OlvnMethe Illblo"
"Lino as a father pltleth hN children".
Address by the 1'iutor.
"Father lu Heaven we thank Thee" Hoys
Singing "Little Btrdle Infants"
"The Ittlnoow" Ulrlk
Ringing -"Little i'llgrlms"
nolo wltn chorus.
"dreamed of Ood."
"Only a Woman."
"Jl Ood be lor us,"
Mrs. John R. Boyor is visiting hor par
ents at Port Carbon.
Georgo Greonawald, of Pottsvlllo, is vis
iting relatives in town.
Letter Carrier JUrtsch returned from
Tiflln, Ohio, last ovonintr.
Miss Sadio ilasslor, of North Jardin
itreet, is visiting friends in Reading.
Edward Mason has been granted a pen
ion of $12 per month and has decided not
to return to the Soldiers' Homo at Erie,
Our readers should bear in mind that tho
car fare (round trip) and admission to the
Wild West show next Thursday will only
cost them 70 cents In all, from Shenandoah,
Wm. Pcnn, Lost Creek, Colorado and
Rappahannock, From Mahanoy Plane
tiOc. Tako the special train leaving Shen
andoah at 8.00 a. m,, Wm. Penn, 8:0o,
Lost Creok, 8.08, Colorado, 8:12, Rapua
hannock, 8:15, Mahanoy Piano, ' 8:20
Train will bo in charge of Camp 200,
P. O. S. of A.
he Dootor and Postmaster
rere talking about a case of serious Illness,
due to a neglected cold and rapidly going lulo
cousumptlou which was promptly cured by
I'an-Tlnu Cough and ConKiiiuptlnu Cure.
Trial bottles lite at Klrllu's drug store,
The largest ttook of wall paper and
window shades over received in this town,
r county, Good soloction, at F, J. Portz'j
book And statinnrv st -rn. 8-'20-tf
The latest nocklueo is" a velvet band
docked with jeweled buttons.
MORE DISCOVERIES IN BARDS-
THE SGHOOl FUND WAS TAKEN-
It Was Paid to Him by Pennsyl
vania's Stato Treasurer Testi
mony Brought Out Against;
United Stato Officials.
By National Frcu Association.
Philadelphia, Juno 13. Thero was
somo very startling evldenco produced
'efore tho Bardsloy Investigating com
mittee during the dny, and prominent
fjulted Statos officials' names woro
brought Into tho case In n manner en
tirely unexpected to the majority of tho
Assistant Bank Examiner Jonos, who
In very closo to Bank Examiner Drew,
and gave tho committee information re
garding Comptroller of Currency Lacoy's
knowledgo of tho affairs of tho Keystono
National Bank thnt has hitherto been
kept carefully gtiardod This was that
on tho 18th day of last Fobrunry Comp
troller Lacey wai lu this city and person
ally vlnltod tbo Keystono. Bank building
anil was shown tho oooKsnnu givon a full
insight into Its condition as known at
that time by Bank Examiner Draw.
Another Bensatlon was tho statement
made by Genoral Louis Wagner, tho ox
Director of Public Works. This state
ment connected the nnino of Assistant
Secretary of tho Treasury Nottlcton with
tho attempt to mako Nelson F. Evans,
director of tho Spring Gordon National
Bank, receiver of tho broken Keystono
Assistant Examlnor Jones whon called
to tho stand explained at some length, In
answer to questions, tho methods of ex
amining national bunks, and told whon
and how tho Keystono had been exam
ined. Tho discrepancy In the ledger of
tho Keystono was flrst discovered by him
on January 0, 1801, but not by any In
formation furnished by Examiner Drow.
Comptroller Xicoy Ilroueht In.
After tho committoo had asked all tho
questions they wished, Assistant Bank
Examine- Jones saldi "There is another
thing which I wish to stato. Upon tho
18th day of Fobruary Comptroller Lacey
was In this city. Thero was a reception
hold at tho Hotel Lafayetto which ho at
tended. After It was over Bank Exam
iner Drow brought Comptroller Lacoy
over to tha Keystono Bank and I showed
him tho books nnd explained to him tho
condition of affairs as wo then knew them
to exist, I explained tho podding of tho
Now York Banking Exchange accounts,
and informed him of tho due bills which
hod boon found. Tho dlfforonco found
In tho ledger and tho stock accounts, for
irhich the Lucas estate was hold responsl
Ms ot that tlmo, was oxplalnod to him.
" Comptroller Lacey understood nil
about tho Lucas defalcation, which at that
tlmo was understood to be $000,000. Then
tho assets woro considered, and Comptrol
ler Lacoy callod tho Sea Girt and Spring
Lake proporty worth $700,000 instead of
This statement of Mr. Jones caused n
great sensation, an Comptroller Lacey's
visit to tho bank hnd boen kept a closo
secret, and Bank Examiner Drew has
never, under tho Bovoro cross-oxamlna-tton
ho has bcon subjected to, allowed
himself to glvo tho slightest intimation
Mr. Jones also Btatod that as an oxpert
he did not believe It was possible to toll
by the books of tho Keystono Bank
how much of tho deficit in tho Keystone
Bank occurred before John C. Lucas'
death aud how much had occurred since.
SPECULATOR YARD CAUGHT.
He Was Oohic; Under un Assumed Name
Trentox, N. J., Juno 13. II. n. Yard,
n speculator, who has boen wanted In
Philadelphia to explain the relations of
City Treasurer Bardsley to tho looted
Keystone Bank of Philadelphia, was ar
rested here last ulght.
Ho Is charged with conspiring to do-
fraud tho city ol l'hllmlelpliia out of
$200,000. DUtrlct Attorney Graham nnd
City Solicitor Warwick camo here early
to glvo tekllmouy, but Yard iwiivod a
hearing anil tho ball was Ilxeil at J 1O.U00
ponding the arrival of a requisition from
tho Governor of Pennsylvania. Yard
has been released on ball. Ho formerly
resided lu this city and has many friends
Yard registered at a hotel hero under
tho name of Herbert. This shows that
he expected to lie arrested uud was on
deavorliiK to void It.
GOV. PATTISON WINS
Hie hujirt'lilo Court Decide In Fuvor of
AVrlsht for CltyTreaui-er.
PuiLADW.riHA, Juno 18. Tho Supremo
Court of Pennsylvania hashanded down
a decision that W, Redwood Wright Is
the proper appointee to succeed llardsloy
as City Treasurer. Richard G. Oollors Is
ousted from the olllce.
Oeilers was olectod by Councils nnd tho
County Commissioners, while Wright
was Governor l'attlson s appointee.
Tho point ot tho decision Is that the
office of .treasurer is hold to be a county
olllce and the right of uppointmeut is
vested In the tioveruor.
Tho justices were divided, four to three.
Hurrisley Htole tliu bchool 1'uud,
Philadelphia, June 13. Another start
ling ducovery of lwrdsley's stealings as
city treasurer has been made. Tho au
diting committee appointed by the Mayor
1 1UJ lUt In eJJitlAU UU mmImmI
ment ot over $1,200,000" of the Stato
money ho has got away with $448,128 of
chool-fund paid to him by the- Ststo
treasurer for the year ondlng Juno 80
1891. This is a loss to the city which,
added to the lost nionoy locked up in tho
two broken banks, will aggregate a total
loss to tho city of $1,000,000 and to the
Stato of $1,200,000, In all $2,200,000 so far
Parkorton Will lla tlio Orator.
Bloomixoton, 111., Juno 13. The orator
of the day upon tho Fourth of July la
this city will bo William 8. Parkerson,
of New Orleans, who was tbo leader In
the lynching of tho Italians In. Now Or
leans ou March 14.
rilty l'orsnns Killed)
Vienna. Juno 18. In tho Gallclan
storms 00 persons wcro killed.
A Curious Anonymous Communi
cation Sent to a Citizen.
Mr Harry Bickloman, of South Jardin
rot,has roceivod an anonymous communi
cation whh h ho furnishes tho Uekald for
publication. Mr. Bickloman is anxious to
acortaln who tho author is, who is ap
parently Ignorant of tho fact that ho Is not
the landlord of tho house reforred to. Tho
following Is tho lettor as olosoly as it can
bo foll.wod by a compos. tor:
"dosrsirin behalf of .I'umiu Knof Mill.
dren i am sending a warning in time so you
can tako in hand to heln us wn nnHitrstunH
ho lives in your houso and to protect your
miporvy wo want a neiping nana in goting
deef to Slav with ia ftimilv wn urn miinrt trt
tur tho Welsh battard and if wo cant got
mm out wo win eoi uro to tno hull placo
and wo will burn thom up ho Is a disgraco
to our Cathlic faith he brings down our ro-
ngon whon ho goes with a bastard liko bur
ho has Starved his ehitrirnn Ami rthntnd
thom in every shapo and form until wo cry
out at last for venganco for their sake so all
property owners on Jurdan street has to
tako a hand in this or it will bo in a bad
fix for wo will root ovory houso in Shen
adoah for him wo will tar foather tho both
rf them sho bus boon told to stay away
rum mis puicn uui sno neoas no warning
wo havo sent her letter but shn nrnim In
coming but this is the last for when woconio
we como unawares tho flret ono Wo moot wo
ftrike if wo can't get him out wo will blow
him up this from tho order of tho old
.uouy Jiaguiros and tho secret order wo
cry out for for voncanco bowaro of tho oid
timo Molly Maguires. XX.
English Baptist church. South Jardin
street, Kov. H, O. James, pastor. Preach
ing at 1O.30 a. m. and C:S0 p. m. by tho
pastor. Morning topic: "Tho Nood of
tho Holy Spirit in tho Church." Evoning
topic : "The Last Judgment." Sabbath
school at 2 p. m., Deacon John Bunn,
superintendent. Tuesday ovoning at 7:30
tho 1 oung Pooplo's Christian Union will
meet. Wednesday uvoning, at":30o'clock.
prayer and conforonco mooting.
English Lutheran church, Kov. D. B.
Troibley, pastor. Sorvices to-morrow as fol
lows: 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 1:30 p. m.
Lbonezor Evangelical church. Itov. H.
J. Olick, pastor. Sorvices to-morrow at
10 a. m. in Gorman, and 0:30 p. m. in
hnglish. Sunday school at 1:30 p. m.
All aro heartily invited to attend.
First Methodist Episcopal church. Key.
Wm. Powick, pastor. Divino worship at
10:30 a. m. ond 0:30 p. m. Morning sub-
ject: "Considering tho Poor." Evening
subjoct: "Tho Start" boing tho second
sormon of tho 'ories on "Tho Voyago of
Life," Sunday school at 2 p, m., to bo
followed by tho devotional meeting of
the Epworth League. Gonoral prayor
mooting, on Thursday ovoninic. All aro
cordially invited. Seats froo.
Presbyterian church, Kov. J. M. Wicker,
pator. Services to-morrow at 10:30 a. m.
and 6:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m.
P. M. church, cornor of Jardin and Oak
streets. Sorvlcos to-morrow at 10:30 a.m.
and C:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m.
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at 0
p. m. every Sabbath. Classes meet Tuos
day and Wodnesday evonings at 7 o'clock
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Gonoral prayor
mooting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. II. G.
Welsh Baptist church, corner Wost and
Oak streets. Kev. D. I. Evans, pastor.
Services to-morrow at 10 a. in. In Welsh
and 0 p. m. In English. Sunday school at
2 p. m. Prayer meoting on Monday ovou
ing, at 7 o'clock. Class meeting on Thurs
day evening, at 7 o'clock.
15 Cents a Ponnd.
Not off grade goods,
But First-class Stock,
No. 122 North Jardin Street