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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 1, 18S4.
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldsl
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan-l
ced stages of the Disease. I or bale !
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.!
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort 1 Uie moot tueceeaful remedy
X ever und." Dr. P. C. IMIloa, lionkton, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort )i always reliable."
Lt. K. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort xhm cured my w ue aftw two years
uttering." Sr. C. M. Sommcrlia, Bun mil, Ga.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
It has cured hw all elae hd tolled. It li mild,
btiteiBeleut, (EUTAl.N IX ITS ACTION, but
harmless in all caeca.
C ril e!raiiM the Bleed aaa trHe ar.4
1th New I. ire to all Uie Important o rane of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys la
restored. The Liver u eleaaaed of all disease,
and tha Bowel move frocly and healthfully.
In thi way the worat diaeaaea are eradicated
trom the lyetero. g
run, no uqcid oa drt, sold t naccoisTS.
Iry can be esnt by mail.
VrXL, RKn VItDHO.tAtO.BarU.rtoaVt.
The Want of a Reliable Biuret c
w' 1. h. while acting a 1 stimulant or tha kidneys,
ovl'.b reicilre nor Irrltm-s the n wai Ion nova
.. h II . t.OT. r s Htni.aca Bitters. Tbll
fn'm riletna exarH the pea 'iletta de.r-e nf urn
. . l . . . .. . t . k nit r, .it I el ff
1 r .monan lls. tb 'retor -. far bettor alapted fur
ttio tarpue than unme licalcd ex Pants often re-
oedM Dt?iia, ever and ajjne and kindred
i. ... - - ... i h, it
n.realebr all d ugitsU anl deiler generally.
8!fi' Specific Is entirely a vc.-etable pr-pnia-:...,
t a .knnid Tif K i.in!iiiiiidd with tho va-
I loii- substitutes, tiuimiiot c non-secret riombui:,
4. :...... a lit.i.a'i Mti . i-ir . u-liu-h are nuw be.
ltijj minnfactarcd by arl.o peraong. Noiie of
It k' coti aioa infie arn ie wnicu enter- mi mc
ompn-ition of 8. b. S. There is only one Swifi'a
a.wl .kMi im .ttMiii, iii tSn wnrifl lilt! It.
To prevent dliur aoddlttappolDtmeDt, be sure to
Hl me genuine.
Svilt' Spociflc is complete nn'ldote to Blood
T.l: i. rtlotd lol-op. .Malurisl Pulton andtikln
Hum mr. J. tieaisac n u, M.D., At'auta, Oa
1 have bud renarkablr ""ccom with Swlife Spe
m . in thuin itmrniul B'nod and sk n Hiee,
and in Fiinile Uint aKe-. I took it ray-elf for Car
buucles with happy effect.
1) O. C. Uesbv, M.D.i Atlanta, Ga.
In 180 1 came fron the North to take cbargo of
the enn worn in itom ; bk -iipi-riuiiuutui, n.m
I fter the overflow, which occurred In the iprliie
fol owing, I was verv murn eiivu iuui .oh.
...,i... k uu f. ,ni,H mi hluorl to couHmlna-
ted with the potxon Hint I wa forced to piye up
biirineet. 1 was ireaieu ny lue pn.)" muowimuui
llv'tronhle finally determined In an hcc( of
the livur and nearly evtrv tne inneeii.iiiuiuucuj
tho.iuht I war d .ort.ed to die within a few duvi.
HvUmiI hv a friend to lake
Hwifi'ti 8 c.flc, and I look tt Ju'-t as a drown, g
Tnan woiiia can n at a mraw, um o m"'u .
-i.im nnt nn.iur thn innnincA oi the remedv. the
nbacett r.eme to a point and b irt, parfinir off
without pain. In fiftton days armr tui. iv.aaup
ht my work, and have since enjoyed excellent
liealih. , , , . . ,
Kvcry Mfferer Irom malarial polcon f honld take
rwir. a. vcinc . v. .
Supt. R"me (ias Liht Company.
Onr troatte on Bloo i and bk!n Dlseates matlod
free to applicant"
if XI1K 8WIPT SPECIFIC CO.,
l)r iwer 3, Atlanta, Ga
IJew York Offl.c, 159 West US-l St .
Crick, Spraiua,Wrenclwa, UUeu-
matum, M'unmria, aciauca.
Pleurisy Pains, btitvh In the
Side. Dackaehe, Swollen Joints,
nVart DiseaM. Bore Muscles,
rain In the Chest, and all pains and achea eit her local or
tloepud are Instantly relieved and speedily cured by
the well-known H.p Pfastrr. Compounded, as it Is, or
ine miHitciiuu vinuue oi ireu wii,
Kxtmets, it U Indeed tin bat piUn-kllllnir, atimulatln,
onthlnwi and strenirtln'nlnir rorotia Plaster ever made.
Jtop itutm are aold !y ail drusglftaand eountry torea.
sacentsoruverorci.uu. I a. r
JIalled on receipt of
i rlce. Jop riiulcrCo.,
pToprletors and llonu-
x ncturers, uosion,3iiuia.
I frCoatA:u tuuirue, bad bruatb. sour stoniaeh and liver
jiiiip v. rural by Hitwii-ys stomncn ann i.rmr nils, pta,
I THE SURE
t III II fi ill I ill 1 IHMBIIHI'I J Hill
I nod Swift'i Specific on my Mttle daughter, who
wai tiffl cti'd with iome Umod Pniaon which h-.d
reined a 1 -or'.a of treatment. The Specific re
lieved her nermant'Ltlv, and I fht'l ate it in my
praciice. W. K. Bkomtr. M.l.,
C'ypree Uidge, Ark.
HIE DAILY BULLETIN.
A reporter of tho Cliicyo Inter-Ocean
elicited the following interesting talk from
ji. John II. Oberly scv.r! days ago:
Merrimn'g bill? It will of cour.-e
be defeated id tho senate if not in the house
think it will enhtneo bm chances for the
nomination to have the bill henten, because
tspaisagu would make its subject a matter
of public (Jig 'iHsion and the like of it an
issue, and would bring its authur forward
pro niucDtly in the public eye. All the
eastern pop!e I have seen prefer him for
the second placo on the ticket, except the
tariff reform element, anl they want to put
im first. Ye3, Morrison's my man, and I
ink the Illinois delegation ought to pres
ent him to tho national convention as their
candidate. Hi chances depend altogether
upon how he maintains himself in the
pending fight over his tariff bill. If he
fails and i ignominously beaten without
an her ic fight, he stands no chance what
ever. Yes, I Bud a very favorable senti
ment for McDonald, and bis chances for the
nomination are bright at present. Flower
making the most vigorous effort of all;
he has a strong organization at his back,
nd in a short time the effects ot his man-
ulation will be seen in every southern
nd weetcra stats. The friends of Flower
and Eaton are the friends each individual-
Several conference were held in New
ork when I was there, to see which should
be supported, ami it was decided that
ower should be the man. In those con
ferences the friends of Payne said distinct
ly ttwt under no circumstances would he
permit his ntrae) to be used. Yes, II ar
son wishes two state conventions, but
here should be but one. I am for Carter
Harrison for governor; I believe he will be
he strongest in m. But I don't want him
to una the party for his own benefit. Of
course he'll run. No, I am not a candidate.
f the convention offer it to me I shall ac-
cep' : but I shall permit no one to say I'm a
candidate. Bayard? I have heard men
say that if the nomination go..s east he
stands about as good a chance as any one
mentioned. Btvard and Morrison is a
ickct much tilked of, and meets with a
great deal of tavor.' "
AC'HAPTEK FUOM "POLITICS AUD POLITICIANS
OP ILLINOIS," BY D. W. LCaK.
As far back as 1818 the territory new
occupied by the city of Cairo was regarded
as one ol toe best sites in Illinois lor a
flourishing city and it will be both interest
ing an l amusing to read the tollowiiig
preamble to an act which was approved
January 9, 1818, incorporating the place:
"And whereas the said proprietors repre
sent th it there is ia their opinion, no posi-
tinu in the whole of the extent of these
western states better calculated, as respects
commercitl advanttges and local supply,
for a great and important city, than that
afforded by the junction of these two great
highways, th Mississippi and Ohio rivers;
but thtt nature having denied to the ex
treme point formed by their union a suffi
cient decree of elevation to protect the ini
provements ma le thereon from the ordinary
inundations of tho adjacent waters, such
elevation is t) be found only upon the tract
above mentioned, (the present site of Cairo),
so that improvements made and located
thereon may be deemed perfectly and abso
lutely seeure from all such ordinary inun
dations, and liable to injury only from the
concurrence of unusually high and simul
taneous lnuoditions in both of said rivers,
an event which is alleged but rarely happens,
anl the injurious consequence of which it
is considered practically, by proper env
bankments, wholly and effectually and per
raanently to obviate. And whereas there is
no doubt but a city, erected at or as near as
is practicable to the junction of the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers, provided it be
thus secured by sufficient embankments,
or in sucu oilier way as experience may
prove most efficacious for that purpose,
from every such extraordinary inundttion,
must, necessarily become a place of vast
consequence to the prosperity of this grow
ing territory, and in fact to that of the
greater part of the inhabitants of these
western states. And whereas the above
named persons are desirous of erecting
such city, under the sanction and patronage
of the legislature of this territory and
also of providing tor the tecurity
and prosperity of the same, and to that end
propose to appropriate the one-third of all
the moneys arising from the sale and dis
pesitioaof the lots into which the same
maybe surveyed, as a fund for the con
itructionand preservation of such dykes,
levees and other embankments as maybe
necessary to render the same perfectly te
cure and, also, if such fund shall be
deemed sufficient thereto for the erection
of public edijices rnd such other improve
ments in the sal 1 city as may be from time
to time considered expedient and practice
ble, and to appropriate the other two- thirds
parts of the sai l purchase moneys to the
operation of bauking.
"John 0. Courycs, Thomas II. IIarri.,
Charles Sladi, Thomas F. Herbert, Shad-
rich Bond, Michael Jones, Warren Brown
Edward Humphrys and Charles W. Hunter
were designated as proprietors ot the then
In tho sixty-one years that have passed
since t lis legislation Cairo has had a hard
struggle for the mastery ef the floods, but
it was fully demonstrated in the springs of
1882-3 that human powor had overcome
niturl force; boih rivers were four feet
higher in 1883 than ever bofore known,
yet tho levee successfully n-sisted the press
ure of the water, since which time the
levees have been widened and raised four
feet higher than they were then which war
rants ui In saying that human skill has
mastered the power of nature.
Mr. W. F. Sullivan, 15 W Q3rd street,
New York City, says that for six years he
has suffered with rheuma'.ism, and tor
weeks was unable to get about or feed him
self. Finally he tried the wonderful rem
edy, St. Jarubs Oil. "It cured me," he
says, "and I have not been troubled wilh
An 1) lii r liitiTvicwctl.
"Sou here, Mr. Kditor," s:iid an Irato
woniiin, coming iuto the sanctum and
leiiviii the- door open, "aeo here,
whin's this In your mean liitlo news
p:por?'' "Ke:i:ly, niadnmo, there U so much
in it, considering 'that it's only $'J per
year in advance-, with liberal reduction
to clul.s, that I cannot at the first blush
tell vou what it is."
"Well, don't talk your jaw off. but
tell me what yon mean by this refur
tiieo to my lato husband :j"
'Ah, madame, the pood kind soul
who died only yesterday?"
"The same one; you didn't think I
wns planting one lifter each meal, did
"Hardly that, madame, but what do
you refer to?"
Why, sir, this passage ia tho obit
uary where you say 'he was consigned
to a roasting place with his fa hers.' "
"Ahem, inndarn, ahem; let mo sec,"
pnd tho editor grabbed the paper and
gazed intently at tho words. "I beg
your pardon, madam; it should have
been a 'resting place;' and if you will
conn.' down to tho ollioo this afternoon
you can have tho sculp of any infernal
compositor iu tho Hi e, an 1 1 w.ll tear
it off for you. We can stand some
things, but ih tt stylo is loo harrowing
on the feelings of a iroo.l paying sub
scriber like our-eif."
She was paciticd an I got the scalp.
Mtrdtuni T. ucd'.r.
Don't go to bed with cold feet.
.Don't stand over hot-air registers.
Don't lie on the left side too much.
Don't iuhalts hot air or fumes of any
Don't eat iu less than two hours after
Don't sleep in a room that is not well
Don't eat the smallest morsel unles3
hungry, if well.
Don't start a day's work without eat
ing a good breakfast.
Don't eat anything but well-cooked
an 1 nutritious food.
Don't take long walks when tic stom
ach is entirely empty.
Don't s:n or holloa when your throat
is sore or you are hoarse.
Don't wear thin hoe or light-soled
shoes in cold or wet weather.
Don't foffjet to take a drink of pure
water before breakfast.
Don't forget to cheer anl ent!y
nmu.si? invaliiis when visiting them.
Don't jiio.p ot:t of bed immediately
an awakening in the morning.
Don't s;rain your eyes by reading on
an emptv stomach or wiieu ill.
Don't eat between meals, nor enough
to cioiS'j uneasiness at meal times.
Don't till the ga.-h with soot, sugar or
anything else to arrest the hemorrhage
when you cut yourself, but bring tho
parts together with strips of aduesive
It is bad enough in all conscience to be
tortured to death by Rheumatism or Neu
ralgia, but when your money is wasted in
buying worthless medicines, your case is
doubly trying. B. II. Jacques, of Iloulton,
Me., ssy's he spent $ )00 trying to cure him
self of Rheumatism, from which he had suf
fered for two years and a half. His pastor
happily called his attentioi to Athlopho
ros, whose merits he had himself proved.
Two bottles put all his p;ins to flight and
placed him on his feet again.
LIST OF LETT E 113 REMAINING CXCAlI.ED
FOR IN TUE POSTOKFICE AT CAIRO, ILL,
satcrday, MAitrn 1, 1884.
Molley Allen, Katey Auslement, Nellie
Burton, Emma Biida, Josey Cahay, Ida
Cox, Elizabeth Colons, Harret Evert, Mary
Finch, M Fisher, SoQe Hendeison, Amandy
Hughes 2, Katey Jourdon, Jeba Joues,
Evyau Sill M Kirkendoll, Nellio Lee, Ellie
Nash, Mary Mahaffy, Dora Murdock, M E
McEwen, S 0 Nicholas, Mary 0 Neal
Winnie Piyne, L 0 Parker, F II Totts,
Dollie Ross, Dora Riss, Clara Smith, Sarah
Stone, Mollie Spurgan, Mory Stewart,
Eraline, Strolkcr, Allic Lepyen, Bell Scagg.,
Katie Thompson, Nettie Vernon 2, Harrett
Young, Sellia Woodruff, Virgina Warren.
Jascn Adye, Albert Allen, W L Burchet,
Steven Bunet, Jno Burns, Frank Brainard,
E L Barrett 2, Wm Bluster, Herman Coyne,
Chas Craig, B E Cavenbey, A W Clark,
Lawrence Donley, Jacob Dummerth, Frank
Dourghty, George Elliott, P W Fanning,
Wm Gleason, Z P Holley, Wallis Auddle-
son, Jobe Harriscn, Haydon Barry, Arkson
Jackson, H C Johnson, Tom C Jones, I D
Kelly, Lindsey Jackson, Billey Jones, Edw
C Kesler, S Leonasd, K J Lortor, Jolin
Lewis, John Landers, Edward Lowe, John
Mack, Ed More, E F Martin, Bon Magee,
Billy Morgan, II 0 Douell, N L P.de, Chas
Pine, C II Parker, Wm Russell, Will J
Richey 2, David Rivvling, G W Sheldon,
Thomas Sherlock, Lutnan Steven", John
Shirley, Odo Sherwo-d, C S Smith, AS
Simons, Scott Thompson, R P Yennn 2, J
M Temple, Hark Taylor, Solomon Wyle.T
F Wilson, Aaron Watson, J B Williams, II
U Whitsell, G Williams, F S Weilepp, Jno
Persons calling for the above Tetters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Muuput, Postmaster.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afllicted
wan iiisea.se, more particularly those com
plaints aud weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's truo
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
I hey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(2)
A Fair Offer.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
fier to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt abd Electric Appliances on trial, for
thuty days, to men, old and yonng, afllict-
il witn nervous dehility, lost vitality, and
many other diseasi s.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Hard to Believe.
It is hard to believe that a man was
cured of a Kidney disease after his body
w as swollen as big as a barrel and he had
been given up as incurable and lay at
death's door. Yet Euch a cure was accom
plibhed by Kidney-Wort in the person of
M. M. Devercaux of Ionia, Mich., who says:
"Alter thirteen of the best doctors in De
troit had riven me up. I was cured by
Kidney-Wortr I want every one to know
what a boon it is.
Emory's Little Cathartic Fills are suffi
ciently powerful for tho most robust, yet
the salest tor children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
Sprains, lameness, pains and stitches,
weak back tir disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of a
Hop Plaster over the atlected part. Its
penetrative power is wonderful. Warrant
ed to be the best made.
Advice to Mothers.
Arc you disturbed at tiiyht andl";ken
of your rest by a kick child suffering aud
crying with pain of tutting teeth If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s hoot lung by rup for Children I ecth
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
diarrluea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, 6oftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low 6 boothing feyrup for Children leething
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.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the striiiijiest tests as to its merits ia
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility end
restoring lost rowers to the weakened Oen
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1; C for $3. At
A Yexea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
orin'' to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughinir,
makimz it impossible for him to be heard
Yet. how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and tolas, iria
bottles L'iven awav at B relay Bros'
drug store. (2)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
f.'.OO 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 Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Compnny, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate ia
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The best salve used In the world for Cuts, Rrulses,
Piles. Sores. Clcers, Salt Rhium. Tetter, Chapred
Hunils. Chliblaius, Cons, and all kinds ot kln
Erup ion". Freckles and Pimples. The salve is
euarauteed to give perfect sa is.Vtion tn every
case Be sure yon get HENRY'S CARBOLIC
SALVE, as all others sre but Imitations and
counterfeits. Priced cents.
Dr. Green'a Oxygenated Bitters
U the oldest and best remedv for Dvspepsia
IlilionsnuB-, Malaria. Indigestion, all disorders of
the stomach and disease li dicatlne an im.urc
con ition of the LMuod, Kidneys aud Liver.
PCUNO'S CATARRH SNUFF enres Catarrh
and all affections of the mucous memb aue.
Denton's Balsam cures Colds. Coughs. HlicUTa'
t un, hidney Troubles, etc. Can ha u-ed txte
naiiy t a piaster.
Public nctlie Is hereby elven that the onder-
s'gn'd Henrietta Hun er, of Gallatin, Ato., will,
on the leth dav of M-irch. 1S8I. make an arP:lca-
tion to the Governor of the State of 1 linois for tbe
pardon of one .lames Turner, who was convicted of
an assamt to muider, at the May term, 13, U, oi tne
A'i'Xanner e oui.tr t ircuit Court.
Dated at Cairo, III., this nth day of F.'h. A.T). 1831
210d-3w Onbeba fof James Turner.
rTAX PCr.CHASBKS NOTICE.
To John Tlowley or any other person or persons
You are herehy notified that nt a sale of real
estate In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the connty collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house in the city of Cairo, in said county and state.
on lue iv n day or June, A. V. isss
tho nnc"e a gncd purchased the follow
Ing descrlln d real estate situated In
the citv cf Cairo, In tho eountv of Alexander
and state ot Illinois, for the taxes due and
unpaid thereon for the year A. 1). 18St, to
get her with penalties and costs; said real estate
being taied In the name of John Howlev, to-wit:
Loi numbered three (.1), tn block numbered twon
tv ore(2i), and that th time allowed by law for
tho redemption of said ral estate will expire on
the Hta day of Ji.ne, A. D 1S8.
MICIUK.L J. HOWI.FT, Purchaser.
Cairo, III., March 1st, A. D. 1SSI.
JOUN F. STBATTO.V 6c CO
unTracrCBsni aijo o
n II ASS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
49 01alde Last, , Htm Yrl
Mayor Tnnmat.-W. Ha la'ay.
Treasurer Ctiarki F. Nelli.
Clerk Dennis. J, Poley.
Ooiinselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
oornev William Hendricks.
Police Maglstraja A. Comings.
bcahd of auiauuiN
first Wurd-Wm.Mcnale, Harry Walker
sp.ond Ward- Jesso I'.inkle, U.N. Unha,
Third Ward-I). P. Ulake, Kgiieri bmlth.
fourth Ward Charles 0. Patler, Adoiph 8wo
r'lfth Ward-Cnai. Lancaster. Hunry Stout.
Circuit Judfc-e U.J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
County Jodre J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk 8. J. Humm.
County Attorney An (jus Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
rlberlu John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fitiiferald
County Commissioners T. W. Hallldiy, J. II'
Hulcabev and Peter Sano
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Popla
streeta; preaching every Sun lay morning and
niiiht at usual hours. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night; Sunday school, U:3D a.m.
Hev.JNO. f. KDEN, Pastor.
pni'KCU OP THE KEDE KM KK (Episcopal
J Fourteenth street; Htinday 7:00a m., Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m.. Morning Prayers II a. in.
bunday school 3 p. m Evening Prayers 7:i0 p.m
P. P. l.'avenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
I II'.ST MISSION ARV BAPTIST CHURCH
v Preaching at 10:ao a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
I'lt a'.b school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
ETII KHAN-Thirteenth street: Berrtte Sab-
1 j bath 1 ::;(! a. m. ; Sunday school 2 p.m. Rev,
:i n;pe, pat.ir.
ETHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Waluut streets,
m Preaching Mabbath 11:00a. m. and 7:30 p.m
' nday hchoi.l at d:uu p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett,
I j hEHUYTEltl AN Klghth street; preacnlng on
t sah Da' ti at llaiu a. n.. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
.iei-rtng vt ennesiiay at T:3vp. m.j sonday School
i S t- m. Kev B. V. George, paftor.
"T. JOSEPH 8 -i Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
nd Walnut streets; Masi every Sunday at
and IA a. m. ; Sunday school at 2 p. m., and Vesp
ersat3p. m, M si every morning at 8 a. m. Kev.
C. S,teeuey, partoi.
i PATKICK'S-(Roman Catholic) Corner Htnth
. ' vet and Washington avenue; Mass every
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and Vespers at 3 p. m. N ass eve y morning at 8
p. m, nev. o , aiurnny, panor.
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71 OHIO LEVEE.
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,Ca!ro 1 William Kluto. .Cairo
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICK. BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED TOR SHIPPING
Car .Loads a Spocialtv.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Leree,
...... ... iidi ud hi v acniia, no acciaentauy
made a preparation which cured bis only child of
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rk on Manhood.