The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on September 21, 1894 · Page 12
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOIJUTEW PURE DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SKNTINHL is the only newspaper In Cai roll count]' that la printed all nt borne and It con •Ins more local and county news than any otbe two papers In this county. POWERS & COLCLO, Props. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore'0 shoe store. Patent photograph envelopes for sol •t this office. / Call nt Martin & Olovis' for Glidden barbed wire. Judge Paine is holding court at Sac City this week. Mies Matie Wetherill went to Manning Monday afternoon. PalntH, Oils and Brushes at «F. W. Hatton'a. M. W. Beach is attending court at Jefferson this week. John L. Zotckler, of Davenport, is in the city the guest of C. A. Most. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Philip Neu, of Templeton, was in the city Monday attending the funeral. F. A. Toovey and Ben Edwards, of Dedham, were in the city Tuesday. f Mies Cuabie McAllister left Tuesday for a week's visit at Council Bluffs. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Dii. B. C. KKLLEY, Carroll, la. You will regret it if you miss the Interstate fair at Sioux City, October 6th to 14th. N.W.Hoffman returned last evening to again enter Rush Medical college at Chicago. Judge Paine returned yesterday from Sao City where he had been holding court. Boos & Lauqblin are offering the lowest prices on carpets and oil cloth of anyone in the city. Floor IB 90 oente per sack at Mo- Lagan's. Why is it BO cheap? Because be ia selling out. Miss Emma Maroeu, of Iowa City, is in the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. U. Albert- Ben and family. Misi Hina Talbott returned Wednesday from Omaha, where she had been visiting for some time. T. F. Barbee and wife left Friday morning for Oregon, where they will remain for some time. Miss Alice Drees left for Omaha, having been called there by the sickness ' of her, aunt Mrs. Gray. Several of our local cyclists left Wednesday for an overland trip to Council Bluffs on their wheels. Chas. Bradford returned Monday evening from Des Moines where he has been for the past week with his mother. MoLagrn hue got some awful good groceries and will sell much L:!ow i>uy one in Carroll. He IB Belong out. Our prices on floor are right, euits everybody, give it a trial and you will come back to the Yellow front for mure. The basement under Martin & Clovis' hardware store is being refitted and will be used by Cal Sanderson for a harbor shop. . Alf Harrison, an old settler of Olidtlon, is assisting in remodeling the old Carroll bouse. Mr. Harrison's home is now in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. liobl, of Mendota, 111., arrive*} in the city Sunday to be present »t the funeral of Mrs. Miller,, mother of Mrs, Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Macomber loft Wedneeday for Omaha, where they Will enjoy a short visit with thoir broth, er and family. Have you beard the uewef MoLagco !• eelling oat. Goods must be nil sold •nriog the mouth of August end don't you forget it. Mies Kittle Martin and Mies Mao Ballard returned to their home at Wall Lake ttfter u visit of several days in the city With friends. Mrs. J. 8. Thomas und daughter loft Monday for Odubolt. where tboy •Will remain for nomo time with Mrs. Thomas' parents. Mrs. M. a. BriBgg, of Altu, left but urday with her daughter, who lius boon at tho hospital for BO long, for her Lowe ut Carnarvon. Mayor 1'araons has returned to the city Wednesday after several days' abuencuat 1'crry, He appeared pleased to bo with his people again in our city. Chose & Himborn teuti uud coffees were used exoliiBivuty on the World's fuir grouude, snleoted for their superior quality. Bold ouly by Merchant. Uou. J. C. HitUur, Poiuocrttt and People's purly candidate for congress in this district was lu tho city attending ft mevtlug of tuti cU'iirwou of the counties compjiBiug t^U judicial district,' Mr. Baker is making a thorough canvass and is meeting with some strong en coiiragement. At the regular meetini? of the school board Monday evening James Thompson was re-elected secretary and C. L. Wat ties treasurer for the ensuing year. M. J.Heires was down town Wednesday for the first time for some weeks, having been confined to bis room with typhoid fever. Mr. Heiros was looking quite thin. J. M. Harper, one of the enthusiastic People's party leaders of Calhoun county, was in the city attending the convention and favored us with a pleasant call. Mrs. L. J. Mlghell, of Lake City, and Miss Mary A. Calkins, of Wyoming, la., are visiting in the city with their old school friends, Mesdames Pelsue and Sturges. Miss Nellie Dougherty, of Boone, was awarded a lovely silver tea set the other evening by the membnrs of the South Side club as a token of her success at high five. When you ate looking for fine plush and upholstered furniture, parlor suits and • oak chamber sets, remember that Boos & Laughlin carry the finest line in the city. Rev. BeBsler.the pastor of the Lutheran ihurch in Sheridan township for a number of years, has severed his connection with the congregation and will be located n Sac county. F. Dodson was in our city Saturday. 3e is looking well and says that he and Wr. Parsons are working up a fine business and are well pleased with their ocation at Perry. Merchant wants yon to call at bis store and see bow tew goods yon can >oy for five dollars. Leave your sacks and mskets at borne, but put a double box on your sled or wagon. The new mile track on the Inter-State air grounds at Sioux City is said to be he finest in the west, and a splendid race >rogram has been provided for six days during the Inter-State fair. Farmers come on, now is the time and MoLagnn'e is the place to get eome goods cheap to carry yon over this hnrd season. Lay in a stock for the year; you can save money by doing so. O. T. Wadsworth returned Monday ivenini; from Hot Springs, 8. D., greatly benefited by the trip. He says Chas, McAllister is getting along nicely »nd will arrive home the last of the week. M. L. Niswongor returned from Pitts- iurgh yesterday where he has been attend nc the national G. A. R. encampment. Mrs. Niawonger stopped off at Cedar Rapids for a short visit with friends. The Crawford county fair will begin next Monday and continne four days. The managers of the fair are doing all bey can to make the fair this year the jest in the history of the organization. MinB Itosenbaum has been taken from be hospital to the home of her sister, ATS. M. Simon. She had been confined o the hospital for about six weeks, but s now feeling greatly Improved in icalth. W. A. Arts and wife are rejoicing verlhe arrival of a little girt baby which put in appearance ut their homo early iunday morning. Grand-pa Arts is feel* ng just a little bit bigger oyer the occa- non, too. A mind reader performed some very In- cresting tests at Burko's hotel Sunday afternoon, lie is very clever at his work and almost convinces one of the power ome minds claim to be able to exert over others. Mrs. R. E. Halstead, of Carnarvon, wife of tbo station agent at that place, who has been sick at the hospital for several weeks, left for her homo Saturday afternoon accompanied by her husband and mother. Capt. O. Horton, of Richland town- hip, was in tho city Tuesday for the first line for some mouths. He was just as oviul as ever and looked as if the dry weather had not affected bis good nature n tho least. Mrs. Culver, of Wichita. Kan., is in ho city visiting her Mater, Mrs. W. L, Julbortson. Mrs. Culver was at one line u resident of this city und her hus- «ud. Dr Quiver, was one of the leading )raclitionors of this locality. M. W. Beach, J. L. Powers und 0. C. Jolclo und their wives wont to Jefferson Wednesday to attend tho formal open- nil of the grand new hotel ut that place. &. bull and banquet will be UUIOUK the ttruvtlous of the ovenlng'u program. Work has commenced on sinking lie Micoml well for the city. The one ow in uso buu proven BO Hullufuctory but It has boon decided to put iu the uuoml uu that I ho water cau be supplied u BuOlcioui mmuiitiuB to meet all ilu- iaud«. The following delegates from this city (tended the annual Sunday school con- euUou which was hold ut Manning [ouduy and Tuesday of this week: Rev, Hendtickaon, Mis. J. A. MoNeill. Mis Matie Wetherill, Mrs. Geo. Russell an A. M. Benton. We hnve made arrangements by whiol we can faruieh this paper aud the twice a-week New York World all for only $, a year. Here is the opportunity (o ge your own loonl paper and the New Yor! World twice every week at extraordi nrtrily low rites. Address THB SENTI NEti, Carroll, IB. Wednesday, the 26th, the Omaha leogu ball club will cross bats with the Denison club at Denison. Gnme called at 10:3( a, m. This will positively be the las game at Denieon this season. This wll be a fine opportunity for our base bal admirers to witness a good game. In one corner of the new hotel building at Jefferson is the postofflce. F. U McCarthy, the postmaster, has fitted i< up with aa fine a postofflce outfit as could be purchased. Everything abou the office is first class and the equlpmon is such as the Jefferson people should be proud of. Miss Vera Wilhitis quite low with con sumption. She has been confined to her bed for the past six weeks and is now in a very critical condition. Miss Vcra is a sweet young lady of 10 and her friends trust that she will be restored to health again to enjoy the life which seemed so pleasant to her. Oar stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. The tariff or silver bill ents no figure with ns. Don't think because we don't button hole you on the street and beg yon to trade with ns, we don't want your trad*. Wedo, 'ant think yon are wise enough to choose the best place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MHBCHANT. Work began Monday on the old hotel building, across from the Presbyterian church, tearing it down and erecting in its place a two story tenement flat. The new buildicg will contain eight suites of rooms and will be rented to small families or for sleeping apartments. The change will be a decided improvement over the present condition of that location. Jefferson appears to be on a regular boom. Electri; lights have been put in this summer and the streets nre all torn up with workmen putting in a complete water-works system. Several new business houses are under construction and the residence part of the city is being greatly improved. These Democratic times appear to be just the thing for Jefferson. There may yet be something in a name. This was the week set for the Carroll county fair. We can congratulate ourselves thtt we would have had fine weather. Everybody is pleased, however, at the action of the stockholders iu postponing it for another year. Harmony was not so dense as it should be for, the success of an enterprise of that kind, and by another year a few of tho hot heads, may have had time to cool off a little. The funeral services of Mrs. Johanna Miller were held Monday afternoon at the home of,her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Neu. Rev. Herman of Arcadia, conducted the exercises. The long line of sympathizing friends that escorted the remains to the cemetery attest the esteem in which tbo deceased was held. Mrs. Neu and sister and relatives have the sympathy ot the community in this sudden and sad loss of her mother. Albert Beecbler, son of Louis Beech • lor, formerly sheriff of this county, and motbei, were Jin the city over Sunday visiting friends. Their home is at Council Bluffs. Albeit has done nicely with tho railroad company since leaving bore and is now assistant train dispatcher in Texas, on a good salnry. Frank, his brother is liylng at Council Bluffs with his mother and is also in tho railroad business working in a telegraph office in that city. It ia strange people are eo careless aoout getting on (lie cars at this rlopot. Every few days some one barely escapes meeting with an accident. Wednesday a man attempted to get aboard, the west bound passenuer train after it had got under motion, Ho had a little boy in his arms and became so excited that he began holloolng whoa! to the train as he was attempting to got on. If it bad not boon for the timely assistance of Frank O'Brien there would in all probability have been an accident. Trouble is again brewing for the saloons at Coon Rapids. A party was in tho city today and withdrew his consent from a petition giving a party the right to sell within forty 1*>et of his promises. Our opinion of the consent clause is that after it has once been given tliu party forfeits his right to withdraw itjuttt the same us when a name is placed on the petition, it is there to stay and there is no chance to withdraw it. Tho only way we have hoard of to defeat 11 petition uftur it h&s once been given Is to net up a petition objecting to the sale of liquor in a certain township and if a majority of tho voter* who voted at tho lust election siuus it the petition has been revolted for that precinct. For years Jefferson, line bud the poor. eat hotel uoooroinodatiouB of uuy of the progrveaive oltlew ot tbe state. Ho notorious bud I bin become that Jno, Mo- OurtUy, oue ot tbe wealthy aud public spirited men ot (bat city, determined to erect u bulldlug tbut ibe oitteuiw would be proud ut. With twit) end in view b* ha* erected a uwgoldoeul structure and equipped it witb ttil toe luuileru uuuveul' euo«i, Wednesday evening the building hud beec completed nod wn thrown open to the public. The forma opening waa a grand occasion and th guests to the number ot nbont 250 wer present to enjoy the delicacies of the banquet and listen to the flow ot elo qnence. After the supper was over the dining room WBB cleared and the retnnin der of tho evening was set aside to duuo ing. Egermayer's orchestra furnishec the music. Tho occasion was one ot the mos pleasant ever held in Jefferson and thi citizens were unanimous in their opinion that Jno. McCarthy had acoomplishec all ho had undertaken and was deserving ot their best wishes for the success ot the enterprise. AT REST. MBS. JOHANNA MILLER DIED SUDDENLY OF HEART DISEASE. FUNERAL MONDAY AT 2 P. M. Mrs. Johanna Miller died suddenly Friday atteraoon at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ohas. Neu, in this city, ot heart disease. The day before her death she waa feeling as strong and rugged as usual having spent the afternoon with Uncle John Nestle and wife. That night ebe complained somewhat, bnt the next day was able to be around. She went to )ed shortly after noon and Mr. Nen went for Dr. Wright. Shortly after he returned his wife went into the room where her mother was and Mr. Nen heard lie wife call to him. On going into* the room he raised the patient's head. She only breathed a few times and all was over. Death came to her wilhont a moment's warning and without pain. Just before her death ebe talked perfectly rational and appeared lo be without a pain. Mrs. Johanna Miller was born in Gar many 77 years ago. Her husband bav- ng died leaving her two small children, Mrs. 8. Kohl, ot Mendota, 111., and Mrs. ]has. Neu of this city. With these she letermined' to come to America, and among strangers make a home tor herself and children. She first settled at Davenport, Ia., where she lived for some rears, and afterward moved to Mendota where she had a brother living. Here ihe married again, bnt in a few .years he lied leaving her a widow the second time. Jinoe the marriage of her daughter Mary, be younger, to Mr. Nen she has lived with them and has enjoyed a quiet life of ease. She was a woman of remarkable energy as was demonstrated by her coming to ibis country with two email girls, the roonger of which was bnt five years old, and oaring for them and herself. Even n her old age she was ambitious and was desirous of doing something. Meny of our citizens will remember her kindness, for ehe was one of those genial learted persons who alwnye bad a good word for all. Her many friends regret, ler sudden death and the nfllioted daughter has the sympathy of all in her sorrow. COLLEGE NOTES. Miss Jessie Overholser ot Moville en- ered school last week. She eipeots to emuin till spring, then teach a term of ohool. Prof. Wbitten has hai bis recitation oora papered and repainted the past week, and it now presents a very neat appearance. Miss Mae Wolfe is taking pysobology and continuing her work in algebra while waiting for time to begin her win ter school. Several new students enrolled this week, omong whom are Mies Adelaide Qrabamof Pleasant Valley aud W. A OollUon ot Carroll. Some ot our students will go to Des kloiaes during the holidays tout I end the itate Teachers' association and talso the namination for state certificates. Miss Tanner and Miss Muhouev, both it Curroll, have enrolled iu the ohortbuud olaas. They are well qualified for the work, are good students, and will uo loubt make a success ot stenography. Miss Alice Daffy of Oreene county is ne of our new students who promises to be among the best in her classes. Mies >affy is a Greene county teacher of con- ideraLle experieoo and with the energy be displays will surely make n gaoaese n her work. Mr. U. B. Sandy, one of our former Jalboun county uludeute.httB beeu placed n charge of the study .room. This room s open from 9 o'clock to 4, and uothin« » allowed in that will interfere with stn<ly The plan is au •xoslleut oue for studi-nts * bo do not have rooms hera. Ari'itoAuiiiNU Lank Huuduy tbe •uiiouuoeineut was uude ot tbe approfiohlug uiurriuge ot J hil Zerwus aud Mies Idu A. Woster- munu, next Tuesday uioruiug ut 0 o'clock. 'lie marriage cerenioiiy will be celebrated v high aaaa «t HU. Peter aud Paul's bureb. Futber Nuoke will tiiive oharge t the ceremony, Mr. 2erw«» ig eoK*ged in oooduotiog meat market «ud UBJ by Lie close ap- Uoutiou »ud bonMl dt*liugi built op a paying bttsitiesa nnd we are all plensei to hear of his intention of settling down to life in our city. His estimable com panion, Miss Wettermhnn, is well known to our oitiz'DB. having resided here for o number of tenre, her pHrents living a Arcadia. Tbpy will beftin bouse keep ing nt ouce nfter the ceremony in the first ward, We wish them we'l and trust they will meat with tLe success they richly deserve. "How to Cure All Skin Diseases.' Simply npply SwaynS'BO'ntment. Nomtermil medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, Hull, all eruptions on the face, handn, none, etc. Leaving the skin clear, «lille nnd hcaitliv. Its great healing and curntlve powers nre possessed by no other remedy. Ask jour druggist Swarne'a ointment, for B1-9S GLIDDKN vs. PATON. Glidden and Pnton crossed bats at Jefferson Wednesday and played a very nice game up until the last half of the ninth inning at which time the score stood 8 to 11 in favor ot Pa ton. Glidden came to bat in their. halt of the ninth iu ning and Waldron being the first man up waa hit by a pitched ball and sent to first base by the Paton umpire, end the next batter, Holmes, was called up when the Paton catcher claimed that Waldrou bad got hit on purpose. Then a jangle ensued Waldron refusing to pooept the decision ot the umpire. The game was called and gate receipts divided. Billy Holmes made a home run bit that required two ot the Paton men to get back into the diamond. . KILLED. While herding cattle this morning the nine year old eon Frank, of Henry Grell, iving two and one-bolt • miles east of Hidden, was thrown from hie .pony. Che pony stepped on him rapturing his stomach. He, however, walked nearly twenty rods towards home after the accident, when he was discovered by his father who quickly took him to the house, and immediately went for medical aid. He died, however, a few minutes after his Ather left. He only spoke once when us father met him, saying, "The pony brew me off and stepped on me!" Piles I Piles I Itching Piles. Symptoms moisture; Intense Itching and sting Dg, most at night; worse by ncrutchTng. If ui owed to continue tumors form, which .often ileed and ulcerate, becoming very Bore. Sway- ne'i ointment stops the Itching and bleeding, leals ulcerittlon and In mom eases removes tbe amon. At druggists, or by mall, for SO cents Dr. Swayne A Son, FhllHdelphlB. 6.1-95 Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled or at tbe postoffice, Sept. 17, 1894. Jnless delivered within thirty days from .ate they will be forwarded to the dead otter office at Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Geo. Loomln Mrs.C. H. Smith Frank Stevens Frank Oblendorfl Gnstave Hersohmin J.dreft W. H.EldrWii* Johnnna Danner Hiss Mabel Carl ton B M. Carrier Ilenry Brltton J. B. IHabop Qeo, Bennett The law provides that one cent shall be paid for all letters advertised. When llntf for same please state date of advertisement. JNO. L. POWERS, P.M. mNi> twelve conts In postage stumps to 86 Cor- I coran Building, Washington, D. G.. and you will receive fonr copies of KATB Fivi u's WA°n- NQTON, containing matter of special Interest. ulve nnmeaod address, and say where you saw bis advertisement. CAPCUS. The Democrats of Carroll township, and of tbe city of Carroll, will meet in caucus at tho rotunda of tbe court house, Saturday September 23, ut 4 o'clock, for be purpose of nominating township officers. THOS. RICH, Jboirman, ALMOST A NEW YOIIK DAILY. Thai Democratic wonder, ttw New fork Weekly World, has jaet cbuuged ts weekly into a twioe-a-weok paper, and >ou can now get tbe two papers a week or tbe same old price— 81 a >ear. Think of it I Tbe news from New fork right at your door fresh every three days- 104 papers a year. CAHUOI.L, IOWA, Sept- 1, 1804. Tbo firm of Mahonoy & Cavanuugh IB his da'v dissolved by mutual consent. AMOK H. CAVANAUQII. MAIIONKY. DICMOOKATICJ OAIJOUH, Tho Democrats of IVaslilnKton town- hip will meet In caucus at Canter soliool !OUBeat7:80, Saturday evening, Oct. 0, ortho purpose of nominating township tracers. U. 11. KI.KNKUH, Chairman. ALWAYS IN TIIK Moses Simon of tbe Famous just opeu- id a largo apartment of boys kuco pants ,nd suits, juaiablo for the present wants. Vices and goods always away down. OLGSINO OUT. Commencing August 1 we will sell nir stock ot groceries, glass and queens- ware at coat (or strictly cash, We have decided to quit the grocery trade. & Go. HomeaeekerB' Bxourelon. Kept. 26 and Oct. U, tliu Kromont, JIUhorii & Mo. Valley railroad will run ' excursions to nil (mlnti* on iiulr linos In Nebraska, Wyoming und tmth Dakota. One faro fur the round rip pluu 82.00, tickets «ood f 0r twuuly aya. Stop over privllttgtm allowed ut all olntd WOHI of tliu Mb. rlvur. Douot nilus !ilu opportunity to visit llm islump Iimdi* ud HIM) lionnt uou ii i ry i>i uoitliuiu Nu- runku, Wyoming and South Dakota. Vor urtlier purtluulum wrlto to J. 11, (jiiblo 'rav. l'us<. Aut., Dclilson, low a, or J. H. , (ion, I'usH. Aut , , Ouiuim, Neb. OUeap On Soptouibur iJ5 unit OotouiT V, 81U, tho NorUiwuaturu lluu will null homo- er*' uxoumlou tlokuU to points in orthwebtoru Iowa, wwttuni Mlma-aota, Morth Dakota, South Dukotu, Manitoba, ebra»k«, Colorado, Wyomlug, IT FLOATS BEST TOR SHIRTS. THE PROCTER ft GAMBLE CO., OtN'TI. dftho and Montana at exceedingly low rates fur the round trip. These tickets • will be good for return passage Within wenty days from date of sale and will al- ow stop-over privileges on goinK trip in territory to which tickets nre sold. For tickets nnd full Information Apply to agents ChIcago & Northwestern railway. WANTED. An active agent iu cnch county in the United States, to solicit subscriptions for he Twice-a-Week Republic. A liberal commission will be paid to hustlers. Ad- Iress, superintendent circulation, The Republic, St. Louis. Mo. TELEGRAPH NEWS BOILED DOWN. Reuben Burlingaine was drowned tn ihe Mississippi at Clinton, la. Marshall Carey, his wife and daughter were killed by lightning at Owtngsville, Ky. . The fifth annual convention of the letter carriers of the TAiited States is being held '.n Cleveland. S. M. Clark, Republican candidate In the First congressional district of Iowa, opeued the campaign at Birmingham. Reports from Nebraska aud portions of Sansaa say that the winter wheat acreage will bo generally reduced. James W. Purdum, who captured the ionspirator who had been detailed to kill Vice President Johnson in 1865, died at lis borne near Daraestown, Md. Chicago shippers will meet half the cost of prosecuting the southern rate order to a decision. Ex-Senator Bdmunda will probably be retained as counsel. Investigating committee oC the board ot regents of Wisconsin university exonerated Professor Ely from all charges. Thomas H, Riley has resigned as super- • nteudent of the St. Louis, Kansas City aud Colorado railroad. On Oct. 10 the Burlington will open a through line for fcight and passenger business from St. Louis to Billings, Moat, £r -o!men Oaaeo. b. a. OHrrbrd.New Casiel, Win., waa troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, hig stomioh WHS disordered, his liver wue effected to an alarming degree, appetite (oil away, and be WHS terribly reduced In flash and strength. Three bottlea of "i'lcctrlc Bittera cured him. Edward Hhepard, Uarrlftburg, ill., hud a running sore on bin leg of eightycuro' stundlng. Used tbrcc bottles of Electric Hitters und seven boxes of UucVlen'B arnica naive, and hU leg IB sound »nd well. John Speaker,Outawba.O., had flve'large (over sores on Ills lug, doctor* aald lio was Incurable. Onobottlo KIcotrlcBH tori and one box Iluoklon'a arnica naive cured him entirely. Hold at J. W. nation's drug more. s OHOROH DIBBCTOBY I'HMBTTIUUH. ' M ORNING servloeu, 11 a. fa.; evening »»r»loo» 7 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. K, servta*, 6 p. m.; 8un- ley Bobool, 1U:15 p. m.; Prayer Meeting, Tburitdiijr evening, 1*) p.m. , Hicv. OKO. FOLSOM, Pastor. UAITIST. » jflOUNlNO lerrlee, 11 1. m.i evening itrriw ~ 1 p. m. j Y. P. 8. C. E. wrvtoe 6 p. m, ; Snn- .'ij'OoBool, 12-JG p. m, ; Vtnj«i Meeting, Thundty vontofc-, 1-iO It, m. BHV. J, C. nKNlHIIOKOOM, PtltOf •v. H. CUBBI, fluptrluttuaenl. MirraoDiM. S O UN ING i«rrloe,ll *. m,; evening itrvlM, 1 p. ra. ; Junior Epwortb League, 8 p. m.j ipwortb league, 6 p. m,. Bund*; Behoof 11:11 .1. in,; Pr»;ur Meeting, Tbundny Krenlng, 7jfr BNT. W B. TUOHI-SON. 1'Bitor. m, Da. Wu. Saperluundant. OftrrolH'out-omne. Mulls at tbe oltlee oloie ai folowt; fiolng aunt: 2:40*nd7i30o'ul«()kp. in. (lolBKWBst: 1JX) p. m.tnd 7*0 o'clock p. n. Olllue opuu on Sunday froai t to 10 a. B, »M tioni 8 to I p. in. STAB KOUTK8. lit, Carmel aad Kontngr, dulty exoept Suudui dimrta I'iiu., arilvcB atfi:llO IL in. Uotelle, Tueidiip, Tbunday, Baturdajr. Deparl . < K. m. nttlvM 12 m. Coon Rapldi, CarrolUon. Wilier.— Tae$da», Thuradar, Uttturdafi arrive* lii m. d*p»ru 1 p, n. D*; o. M N. W.TIBM oara. lo. 1 Ov«rlaudlimited lOSOa. m. Mb. 7 FaclQ« KXUMM, 156 p. n, •So. 18 Carroll ExpMM... U 06 p. n, <o,ai vreurbt. a zap.«. p*u*imaiB THiua MM, io. t OvorluuiiluuiUMi 9 05 p. m. 10, llouxOltl BirKM. 7U p. B) Horlll* FaiMngor IiJ5 p. m MCTllle IfrelgUt IT. 1 %> y, £ .... {™ Atlantla .... I)«B MOIIIOH PavieoKer ..... . .B 00 a. imi«lit, went Hide to Koou*., tf » «. •ions oin urn noviuun MMAVHM, 1VIW lacommodation T80r BI 7Ua. L, J. 10. OHKAOKII, A gout i30p m aoop. I o. ut. f. »'r. Vo. J PAMiMiKet Wan NO. IW'Kr»lKht No. W No. 01 1JW p. u U:(«l u, m. 1:00 ft. m, TMAIM «9U« tuwr In JosiauUoo wldrow, W. W, MUMMHUIIUD*!! AlMti

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