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THE BEST IN THE WORLD
Kk Bull Durban)
Situated in the immediate section of country that produces a grade
of tobacco, that in texture, flavor and quality is not grown elsewhere
in the world, and being in position to command the choice of all oii-ir-'img5
upon this market, we spare no pains nor expense to give the trade
J THE VERY BE5T.
When in want of the best; ask for
Sold everywhere. None genuine without the
Trade Mark of the Bull on each package.
BLACKWELLS DURHAM TOBACCO CO.,
' DURHAM. N. C
.1-1 IVIm't OtM Suit.
n ewr. a memlier of Court Vai- i
. ... . . .1 . .-. I,... I
ley Forge. No. l'i'.i, ln-ieitenuein, ;
of Odd Fellov s.has three mended plaen ;
in the b.,nc f one of his legs, and, uio- ,
dentally, tlst.- te.ond decree in that se
cret organization. Mr. Niger's h'g w:;s j
broken in taking the wcond stop, and .
he now asks of tin- Coo!: county court of j
chancery that he le i.aid r..o.. dam- ,
........ ..r at tiie rate of M&i and the odd
rent lor ea.n iracim.
TOSS OJj' JJ"isii bah.
MENHADEN OFF THE
OF NEW ENGLAND.
Mow School, of Flail Are Iurue.l. Cap
tured and Stowed AIw.ard An Are....-.- j
modatln Member of the FWny Tr'.i.e j
Which Can lie laert In .nny
Pitching his voice high the lookout ut
.1 . !,., " . .. , , ...
It was aiout three inoniiw ao the masthead of the menhaneu m
in.ot into tin; louire. vuu
;reat exi-tations of hearing something
Iron. IK- had nerved himself for al
most anything except a, hospital amuu-
lance, determined to take the t-econd de-
Via H ww"----
FOJl EARIEJiT PAYMENTS.
tup (AK(' A: HAMLIN CO. now ..tier to rent
HO' " - ...I.
. I an. .a tnr three UlOIIlllft
oils oreiiim ...... -- --
my one of
giving the person
tlior mghly i In wn lione
It" he continues to want it
..!! ..T.rvirtimitv to test It
i " :im.,. .1.... ....r Hiuri-r want It
"ent lTKcrMKS . pk..i-ertt witaout kuktiieh vaymknt. Illus
trated catalogue, with net prices tree.
Mason & Hamlin Orga and Piano Co
NEW YOHK CUlCAliU.
f T If Pv' '4 i it
For .tchinron. St. Jo-e.h
worth. Kansas' City. St.
atwl all points ti" -th.
otitti or vm'm. "v
pt? sohl ami hair
to a n y
S t a tes or
INFORMATION AS TO RATK5
Call at Depot or address
H, C. TowxsExn.
G. P. A. St. Lotus. Mo.
J. C. I'hillifpi.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
irs 11 11 rr nu
II II II II V V
11 .1... .1.. tl i rl 1 1
A,.,.,.r.liii' to his allegations in
v:ii mifi.rn James Donohue, J
Riordan, John Nolan and others com
piled him, in t-l'ite of his protests, to
engage in a mock war, in which hl-xl
threatened to flow in lurid fctreams at
any moment. He was compiled to toy
with hright, iharp swords, and as a last
measurement of bis courage he was
called upon to jump into a boiling,
e.thin' hike of fire.
Tt w;is real fire, of course that is, not
r....i;t. Tt. had leeii Imilt in the
1 lt il-lli- - -
( Greek language, as it were, and Geiger
shut both eyes ami jumpm.
The dull thud occurred i seconds
later. Geiger went home with a second
degree in the patrol wagon. He suf
fered from the attacks of a surgeon
and splints for several weeks, while
the lodge paid the bills. At the end
of that time he compromised on 2W
damages in installments of ten dollars
each. After the second installment the
lodge suspended payment. Now Geigei
claims to l.e inured for lire, ana in
asking for $25,000 damages will make
over all right and title to a second de
gree on payment of the cash. Chicago
What a Wanntgan Is.
A wannigan is a flat bottomed boat,
on which a house is built, according to
the financial ability of the owner, and
many of those on the west were well
built and very comfortable and costly
furnished. Some stand high above the
river at its ordinary stage, and in cases
of his-h water are supposed to float.
Others were built below the bank near
the water's edire and raised several feet
by means of blocks and posts. With the
water very near the floors no danger
was apprehended by the occupants, but
l.roucrht down logs and
L, 1 ts V
Recentlv the frail underpinnings on
one side of some half dozen wannigaus
were knocked out, and they ignouiin
ionsly toppled over in the water, piling
furniture, crockery and occupants in
confusion. Then the water came in and
added to the work of destruction. The
wanniirans might have floated on a:i
even keel, but they were never built to
be launched with only half the ways
knocked out. St. Paul Pioneer Press.
houts out gleefully: "A school
school!" and immediately all is bustle
and excitement on ln.ard.
"As this is a new experience to yon,
tdr, you shall have a seat with mo in my
"Thank you, cant iin; I am only too
eager to see the fun."
The crews now take their places in the
seine boats, while two of the party,
known as drivers, go out in advance m
little thirteen foot boats to learn the
direction in which the school is moving,
and to mark out its size. The jolly ci-
tain a true type of the traditional ape
Codder, square built, sturdy, genial, his
face bronzed by years of exiosure to
sunshine and sea breezes and very intel
ligent withal takes his place at the in
side bow oar in one of the seine boats,
and the mate a corresponding position in
the other, and by the time they reach
the school the drivers describe the move
ments of the fish.
On blntl of the '1 ipiecamc m ei , i
tween Ruchc-ter and bloomiuk'Kburg. ..t
a solitary grave. It is in a grove along
the roadside. Standing by it one i:.;.
hco a iiiagJiifteent stretch of river, v.itu
woodland U-vond. Every one w"
..Is that way olo n knows the M-t, i
has heard the story of the der.tn ot
Manv vears ago a mover was p.-
along that hinway mi
had neither friends nor aciiiau:uiuier
in the neighborhood, and, in fact, tut
population was sparse. His wife U-oK
lick on the way. and Re laid by on his
journey at this place, towering far ab..y.
tl . ,,..,1 lut VI'IIU'lll'
the beantuui river, xie .
fur his wife's illne.-s and she .lied. W it a-
out help, and with l. looKerou Nut
daughter, then a little girl, he dug a
grave and buried his wife there. 11:.'
cayed, and all
Every muimi "
many vomea auffer from Ecalv or
Scant Menstruation: thr don't know
who toconfiJ in to get proper advice.
Don't confide in anybody but try
a Specific for FAINDL, PROFUSE.
SCAMl. SCP. fiLSbtO and ir.RECULAR
4 Book to WOMAN" mailed free.
E BEADF1ELD REoULATOf! CO.. Atiaata, Ca.
Sold by all lirmiUlt.
begin throwing out the
UliUUi""vl -- . ,
trace ot me luenuiy oi
the dead was lort. Hut every one re
spected the burial place.
Among those once familiar with tin-
neighborhood was Mrs. .Martha JUi
man, now of this city. i.ast ick
it . : . i. .... im i'ii Tti i run
was taiKing wiui """""
of childhood associations. The new
friend in the course of the comersauon
..TTif-rA is one thing that ciouu n:j
early life, and that is that I do not know
where my mother is buried. I was still
young when my father meti m me i.e
community where we had settled. .My
mother had been dead some je.us al
ready. All I remember is that on a lung
jouruev in a great covere.i ay....
stopped on the banks of a river. There,
after some days, my iatner uug
in the earth, and I have taint reconec
tViur it. was a time of great sorrow.
for mother had died, and there iatner
all alone had buried her."
"Was there a great blull along tne
river and a road running near the spot
through the woods?
"Yes; I can see the scene now pictureu
in inv mind. I remember the roaa ana
the bluff distinctly.
"Then, my dear madam," said Mrs.
Alleman, "I can tell you where your
mother is buried." And she related the
story as above.
The lady will go to itocnesie ..
ito.rnev :tt-l.nw Will pv ion,H h'ii-iHhtj
to all i"u'!n.,'-s .;lrii-t--i to linn, oti.ee hi
:-0Uu t.lei'k. li-t id.-. l".a.1T-.i,..utli. el..
A N P
seine, each boat going in an opjosite di
re'-tion around the school, the drivers in
the meantime splashing the water to
i n, ul. fr.mi escatjinc Soon the
KCCJ) t" - "
boats meet, and all nanus now pun
tl. rmrse line, the net and corK line.
TVio Hteamer is brought alongside, and
aftpr the fish are driven well xogeiner
the net is fastened to the steamer's side
ai thpv are baled into the noia vy
means of a large dip net run by a don-
The next thing on tne programme
to prepare the menhaden for salting, to
be nsed as bait for which there is great
demand. This is a simple process, but
to me its novelty invests it with partic
ular interest. The head oi tne nsii is
taken in the left hand of the workman.
and with a peculiarly shaped knife held thence acrogs the country to her mother's
in the risnt hand he cuts a suce, ioii.- rave-Imiianapolis News
tonstHiitly keeps on hand evetytl.in
you need to furnish your houw .
AND MAIN UTItr.KT
IKST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK PLATTSMOUTH. NKHIIASKa
iMd up cap.tal lu.ono.W
rn.liTinnv. from each side of the body.
the head and vertebra? to be
thrown away or occasionally to be
pressed for oil. The slivers are salted
and nncked in barrels.
This opening act of the day's drama
ended. Captain Williams invites me t
Curious Fate of a Shark. j
The steamship Kansas City, of the
Ocean Steamship company, which ar- j
rived here on Wednesday night from ;
Savannah, caused the death of a five .
ed shark m a eoinewnai
t-rv t.Hi f.u-ilities for th
tr;ilirafttoi) ot iliiltiinuto
frtit sllflVfl II OS'
nmraiiv him into the cabin, and tht ...s,,..! manner. Off Hatteras Slioals,
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing
rrHa-nrwul TTaiids. Wotinds, Burn",
Removes and Prevents Dandruff.
WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water.
90 LiC WATER OR MILK
D. Apgar. Apt- Plattsmouth.
Labele.l 1-2 lb Tins Only.
Death f Two Valnahle ling.
Two gTeat it. Bemard dogs, Lord
Bute ami Lord Lonsdale, the first said
to be the largest in the world, have just
died at the Menthon kennels at Phoenix-
Etc. ville. Pa., of congestion ti tue lunys.
Lord Bute was imported oy ms owner,
Mr. Knowles Croskey, last year from
England at a cost of sSl.UUU and was
valued at n He weighed CV2 iounds
and stood thirty-four inches high. He
was a great favorite, and it was a com
mon siidit to see the gigantic dog with a
keg hanging to his neck going about
the town collecting contributions for
churches and other charitable objects.
Lord Lonsdale was likewise very large
and was bred f: :un the s:une kennel as
Lord Bnte. He was valued at 3,000.
Cor. New York Sun.
J2 bmt net knoiu bow to raeeeaitally
VJSHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SMAIlt
nT7iv. What aa KESOli i Vmn k. H2U "
OUR HEW BOOK
bv I'"eE IllT,"ble T"b"lr Kar Cnn
. -C-. I.u WbI h.rrt. CouifortmMv.
i'..f- .w.-ir.i:nirofc-.4jil. SoldbyK.Hieox,mly,rpCC
.Jji ..-va-j, - .k. Writ fur buvk ut pruuUrntk
Ducks Killed ly the Falls.
"Large numbers of ducks are being
. . : i . novriail nvpr
caught in tne laps '"" oo.uvh
Niagara falls. They are either killed or o034
so shocked that hunters in boats below tc
- V " -
! inyton N. J.
tka phllooly of Dl'
ZZ.a fniirtlc.il of U.a
Dy nathoda axelnatTely eu?
own. tba worrt"
loat or FiU Maabcod.
37,..- ar..knt of Bo7
r.J'ir.-a Eeta of Error
X . , . BraeSta tn a day.
the falls easilj- secttre tliem. com
menting on this, Mr. John B. Sage writes:
"I have heard nothing of it, but you may
be sure that it's a mistake. I don't be
twe . duck was ever carried over ths
iTk Hat" wa"h falls, nnless he was wounded so that he
Dai. 1 1- Ueutt,wa. T ilrtwpr. n mwninn
COIUUU t HJ. "
occurrence for ducks and other birds to
fly up the river from Lake Ontario on
foggy nights and fly right into the falls,
amfthus be killed or injured so that
Hiv .ire nicked vm in the river, and this
J . .
jolly skipper there entertains me m
someinteretlng points about tne nnei
"It's (ir.eer how many different nanus
the menhaden is known by," observe
the skipper. "Fact is. it has more ali
ases than a veteran criminal more nick
names than there were colors to Joseph's
coat. Beidts the more common name
of menhaden it is known as pogy, bony
fish, mossbunker, hardhead, whitefisli.
bunker, oldwife. bugfish, cheboy. ell--ifc
nlrifc. -fatback. ereentail. wife
and vellowtr.il shad. It's about as long
as the common sea herring, but is dtt -er
and more robust looking. Its aver
age length is from twelve to fifteen
inches. I hardly need tell you that it is
valuable as a bait fish, it excelling all
rti,ni- n such: that as a food resource
it is thought to have great quaitities;
that its chief value is as a fetilizer and
and that it is also valuable for the cil
and scrap produced by cooking and
"For illustration, here are some min
ntAs 1 made in uiv memorandum book-
in regard to what was done in the year
1880 which was a fair representative sea
sou That vear the total weight of the
catch was 576,000 pounds equivalent to
about 700,000,000 menhaden in number.
Pretty big army, eh? Quantity of oil pro
duced, 2,0(5(3,306 gallons, and of guano
G8.904 tons, having a touu v,uuC
G41. Capital invested m tieameia.
and their outfit and m lactones,
...omi.r mIoh'' at the rate of seventeen ;
miles an hour, the steamship ran its cut- ( ?urot,e
water into tne siiai'K, MiiivuiK ;
t-,.,nnva !.in,ilsiiins. so to sneak. The
"H""'" . .
ll'iaole to exincaie as". :
interna allow..,! ..i. tiw reii .C.
"Mr, s t.ni.; a...l alltliepni.r.pal Ihwiip
IXKCMONS MA1.K. AMI I'KOMIfl.Y
to the intense X'fessure of the
562.841. As compared wun ii evio,
however, the yield oi on
" BARKER'S !
1 Jr , i a luxv.-in if'.'5-
i' ' TtT Taila to Kestora Gray
. K.-r to i'.n Toutl-.:ui Co.or.
,i Cuixr. rlp iicaa It hair aJUEj.;.
' .- 7i..a! $'.Arf.t Q.-KCJfe
""About how long, captain, does the
catching season lastV"
"Well, you see, as soon as the men
haden make their appearance in the
coring, vessels start in pursuit of em.
and ccnthrr.0 captr.rvn-'em till they dis
appear in the fall. From the menhaden
oil and guiUxo factories along the south
ern coast of New England, New ork
the fleets ot
.7.i.isTil( BOO Ysaada plain io " "S:
IrTeMEOICAL CO.PBUFF ALO.M.Y.
Chamberlain's Eye and SHn
A certain core for Chronic ScreEyf
Tt Kalt Rheum. Scald Head. Ok
m. ; smi Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Kipplea
i mm Tf u oolinf and soouung.
Bandreds of cases have been cured Dy
after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes.
;S ?V5.r.itv. I-icl!.'iioii, Faiu,Take in lune.cu.
U-'i V- i-' C Ci i? ti S . The onto- sure aura for Ctwmi.
is probably how the story originated." ' anQ New Jersey shores, the 1
r.. r,,i Stream. I rfonm and sail vesselslegvn thei
JTZ: ;;Viym the fish along the
Kiilinf? oft' Squirrels. shores and in the sounds, wnerever ine
ti,a following novel tlan of ridding o , " fmil,,i The vessels seldom cruise
farms of squirrels is being tried m por- j niore-1, teil Gr fifteen miles from land.
How Lost! HowRegameai
t.T,a rf Asntin countv. Wash. Several
furrows are plowed m the field nearest
where the squirrels are thickest, and at
a distance of about every thirty or forty
feet holes to a depth of about twenty in
ches are sunk with a posthole digger.
The squirrels, it is asserted, win tah.e
possession of the furrows as a play-
i . c-i j
-round, and wluie running aim uuc
The total area of the ground is estimates
at 5.350 square geographical nines.
"The average steamer is about the size
of this one. That is to say, some 70 tons
measurement. 00 feet long. 17 feet beam,
7i feet depth of hold and seven feet
..ft o,l .sts slO.OOO. It costs not
. " r 1
water. , , I
In a few moments the sharp stem had j
cut the flesh to the backlnme, and this ,
in turn breaking under the strain, the ;
shark assumed the shape of an inverted '
V, hanging on eitlier sine 01 m o.
like unold rope, the head and tail being
till connected by the muscles of the
back. Caught thus, the shark was
towed along bv the steamship for soma ;
300 miles, and until the stop at quaran- .
tine, when, released from the pressure ,
of the water, the body slowly sani.
New York Sun. j
A Toy Industry Festival.
A remarkable token of the importanca
of the toy industry in the ancient city of
1 affiled bv the great
. ,.t tL imWip. halls at a
garnering m one v.i 1 - .
banquet in celebration of the completion
of the 300,000th model steam engine oy
a well known maker. Among the - uets
were the heads of the municipality and
several industrial and commercial cor
porations. ' !
The little model which marks tuts
stage in the toy making industry of the j
Nuremberg firm was constructed wit;i !
the latest improvements. It was adorn-J
with a laurel wreath, and exhibited m ,
the hall side by side, in order to show ,
the progress in construction, with a
model of the date isi;. ,
this factorv alone has also turned out j
more than 32o,Xl0 magic lanterns. Lon- ;
don Optician. ,
C'umt.ersome Theft. 1
Poets find sermons in stones, but
thieves (and philosophers) look for con- ,
tents of a diierent kind. On Friday thi j
Earl of Lathom laid the f oundation .
stone of a new lo.lge at Cambridge. .
Yesterday evening the stone was found (
to have been bodily removeu. j.:
stone, according to the custom observed j
on such occasions, contained a bottle in
which coins of the realm were duly
sealed up. The laborious method adopt- j
ed bv the thief is quite on a par with tne .
historic mole of roasting pig immortal- ;
ized by Elia. London Globe. 1
ill tor 'oi:ii!J Will -
lit-M n.rt-'KP' i'r 1' UI ,"r.' "V'
rants, state huh Couniy bonuc
V. K. W
1 K. l"V-y
i-r--ii-l. 1 '
w. n. ci siiiMi.
J'i im'Wi nt.
J. W. Johnson,
ooOT XI EO(K)-
t' LaTTsM I't'TH
Capital Paid in
N K I J ii A s h A
Kei.ry Kikenl.i.ry. M U Mortal'
eeneral banxinp husiness trans
acted. Interest allowed on (!'
lways has on band a foil Ktock of
FLO UK AND KKKD,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oatn and Haled
Hay for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any
Clt' CORXEK SIXTH AND VIXK
PLACES OF WOKSIIIP.
CATiioi-K .-t. 1'aul's ( litnch, ak. l,7'
kTt 1 and Sixth. Father Can.ey, Past .1
srvUs : J's t 8 8U.1 l A. m. bur.day
School Rt 2 :30, itn benediction.
t ...) k- ; i . r I
vl"s iiionilni! SMidve,.!- 1 A
iHl-owy pastor, f-un.liiy hchool ka. M.
far from 1,000 a month for wages, fuel
revisions to run it. Like this boat.
.,v,0,. tumble into these holes, from i Kf.r(.,v steamers and are rigged
' - i.i- Hie. " -
nSFLF.PBESERVATlON. A new and only
. i-uaVa .(MAV. 300 DCa, Cloth,
lOlnraHibl. preseriptioei. OulyJUOO
c, with endorsements pnrPI SEND
?L?jJz? ?ao7.olz rntti
F. IL KLLKNBAUM. Prop-
BLE SECRECY and CEB-
Addrr. !r. W. H. r"flraer.or
Consolution in peraon or oy aii
Boaton, Maaa. J!. T.... m.
The 1 eatxxiy aK j
tnaaara more valuable tha Kld. Kead it now.
be STKOJiO. JleatM mninc.
The beet of fresh meat always found
in thi market, aiso ht
Kzk and Butter.
Wild me of all kinds kept in their
am m SIXTH STREET
Btrrs, yrerapt; TotRr
Cur for Impotent. Lot
of Mankood. Stmltial
Hatvoxtness. Self Distrust.
Less of msmorti, Ac. WUt
mailt yu a STRONG, Vlqor
m Mam Pries 41.00. 9
Boxss. 9S 00.
giHra.' Olmttoms Halts
tiiov fMnnnr. emerire. out; aie.
. . '
Several farmers who have tried it say it
works admirably. Asotin (Wash.) Sen
The New Paris UrUlpe.
The new bridge in Paris, called the
Pont Mirabeau, is to be constructed
somewhat on the cantalever principle,
since it will rest upon two piers and
meet in the center. Its stability, how
ever, will depend upon au adjustment
of weight like that of a huge crane. The
long arm meeting in the center will Vh?
of light construction, and to compensate
for its weight the short arm received by
the abutment will le specially heavy.
New York Tiuies
The Lawyer Won.
...... u .-. iii-wt. f:r aro. wuicu is o' o-'
1 111 JlAs " .
with a crane for taking in the catch.
The men's quarters are in the for'castle.
The fish are stored in bulk in the holu.
The engine house, as yon see. is astern
the main hatch, with coal bunkers on
; . ,wk- en.-h side. All of 'em have
fitted to the bulwarks on either side,
near the stern, cranes for the boats, and
,H.r rh.w ks are set in the deck on
I eitherqnarter aft. The hold or tank for
. ... ...i. Kd, i -!ter tiirht. Ihere
are some steamers engaged m the fishery
which are more'n 130 feet long, carrying
twMitv-seveu to thirty men, and
,t ftn nno'and r.nward. Most of the
steamers carrv four seine boats.
-Since steamers have come into vogue
the factories have greau
ivltti eao Bo.
Eilail CM7XbSat Co-,
The ownership of a dog was contested j their facilities for handling large catch
t i ...t a f-in.i'er in Mobi'v!'-. i M Tlie first factorv could work uj
only a few nunoreu uari eia a . "
! uow the big factories take from 3,000 to
5.000 barrels daily." New York Herald.
Mo The doir was worth about ten cents
but the costs of the suit amo-.r.ite.. to
over 100. These the tanner nau .o v.x? ,
as the law gave the dog to
The fanner was
the doe didn't seem at all displc;; - -d a
Th T.:xTr for Bank of England notes
is made from new cuttings of white
linens, never f m linen that has been
E 'is"OFAL.-St. Luke's tMirrt.
vices : 11 A. M. a'.tl 1 :o01. M
at 2 -.30 v. M.
-.30 I'. M.
PrtKKKYTKKiAN.-.-ervi..- l: " '
.-1 r Sixth iii.rt Oranile -t K;J i i
K -HC E'oI thl- rhurcl. mt, every
I M.Vtlf eve' ivat 7 ::. il. il.e t---i"V "!
.. ..vn.r.TUO. S 1 Y f !l St.
r a,.d rvkri K"v. L" F. Britt. 1). U- D;u.r
i ) k. Vrayer Ulecti: g W edi,Jay w
Car Ralls Five Miles Lonff.
The electric welding of street railway
rails, asaniuMiLu -. . x: T . ufkman Mf.thoiist.
been the subject cr experiment )V Granite
time The -process is now said to oe e.i-j and
tirely successful, and it is jiossible to ,
weld by elecmcity two pieces ui Ui
twenty-n wii"- m- . -
therefore a solid rail ionr or uve umC ,
long can be had if required. The test? ,
are also said to prove that the necessu , i
,.rnvi,l for f-ontraction and :
Ul J 'J 1 J 1 1 tw 1' J . i
expansion is not so apparent aseuSmwi3 (
have supposed. New York World. ;
Six Ktlucated Toads. J
Landlord J. W. Steen, of the Law- s
rence Junction hotel, has six well train- ,
ed toads, which he has Ijeen instructing ,
for three months. The reptiles are train- ;
ed to march, or hop in squads to catch
roaches. One has been trained to climb ;
a ladder, while another turns the craim '
of a small churn. Cor. Pittsburg Dis- :
Southampton Losing Its Shipping.
N'V only have the peninsular and
oriental steamers ceased going to South- !
ainpton. but other companies owning i
large steamers are now threatening to ;
go elsewhere and abandon the use of the !
c,i,uTT.T.trvn docks. New York Tin.ee.
mier Slxtl -t ar.a
Illrt.it'.r. r.ei vir- ii a.
Suuiiay School 10 :3'i a ;' .
J'KKSBVTEKiA.N.-Coruer Miii and
Kev. Wltte. p::'er. Services i.st
Sunday school : :20 A. M.
swff.dish r oN.iKFGATioNAU iranifi,
tween Fifth and Sixth.
,,,.,, baptist. Mt. olive, oak. between
CUBn5,E!eventh. Kev A ,.H.el .P-
'or Service 11 a. in. iid 7 :J0 p. ia. iraje
i;iitim: Wednesday evenii n.
MFS'S CHBl-TIAJT AHSOOATIOW
rnsin Waterman block. Main street, oob
ineetinK. for meu only, every Sunday al
" on at 4 o'clock. Kooma open H day
rn..io 9:30 p. m.
South 1'akk Tabernacle. Ke. J- w.
Wood. Pastor. Services : Sunday Behool.
t.m. : Preaching. 11 a. in. and 8 p. r. ;
..raver nieetliiR Tuesday nipht ; ehoir prat-
: ie Friday uiifht. AU are welcome.
.he went off with the lawyer. Y an
worn or soiled.
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