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THE DAILY OA
RO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
float BoUtl Bvlldinc, Wublneton Avenue
, ' CAIRO, IIXINOI8.
KTSKBO AT TU1 IOBT OFF.C IN CAIRO, IL
UNOI8, AS BlICONI-OtABB MATTKB.
.UfUVikU PAPBROP CITY AND COUNT?
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu tuu eolumu, citftit centa per lino for
first aud Ave cents iter Hue each ulweiuent luiet
it, .11. Km nna wut k. SO cunli oet Unu. t or uuu
month, 60 centa per Uuu.
avenue, corner Seventh
street. Good dav board at reasonable
rates. Meal, tickets for transient board
era. ' Mas. Phil K. Howard.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered jute
tnanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tbo otBco. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cent each by the single ono,
by tho dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
For Rent. Cottage on ICth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Bulletin building.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of The Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Sirs. Fitzgerald.
First class saddle and buggy horse, with
fjood buggy, singlo harness, saddle and
bridle; all in first class order. Apply at
The Aubery property, corner Twenty
second and llolbrook avenuo. Cheap to a
M. J. IIowley, Real estate agent.
For Rest. Sherman House, two story
brick, 18 rooms and 2 halls, east side Com
mercial avo., between Fourth and Fifth
streets. AddIv on premises Mrs. Mc-
' Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice bos on Eighth street at J.
Waiders' and at my office on Tenth street,
t C. W. Whoeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A sharo of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careiul attention.
tf pd lm. Geo. W. Si'bnce.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
ICE1 IUE!! ICE!!!
TO ICE CONSUMERS.
I am now prepared to finish ice, both
at wholesale and retail any quantity),
to all parts of. Clty. steamboats
or gen?' unipment. Orders should be
, messed to Jacob Klee, cor. 8th and Ohio
levee, or given to the drivers of wagons.
Office open day and night. Jacou Klee.
" For Rent Store room formerly occu
pied by Frank McKniglit Under photo
graph gallery on 6th street. Apply to L.
11. Phelps, photographer.
Catarrh cured, health sud sweet breath
secured by Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
8cbuh, Agent. 4
Women are every where using and
recommending Parker's Giuger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
indigestion pain or weakness in tho back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the sex. Homo Journal. See adv.
Ilia last Done.
Said a sufferer from kidney troubles,
when asked to try Kidney-Wort. ''I'll try
It but it will be my last doao." The man
got well, and ia now recommending the
remedy to all.
When derangement of the stomach acts
upon the kidneys and liver bringing dis
ease and pain, Kidney-Wort is the true
remedy. It removes the cause aud cures
tho disease. Liquid (very concentrated) or
dry act equally ellicieutly. Am. Cultivator.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WEAK LUNGS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, bore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of the disentto, has ever met witli the
indorsements of physicians or putiuuts us
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Kye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the beHt evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can be
" adduced to convince the uiont skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
' commendation is unnecessary and Huncr-
fluous, as a trial of this urticle, having a
sleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypophos-
ihltes it not only tho most reliable remedy
or Consumption, but it is a specific also
. tor Bronchitis and Asthma.
, 'Mother lias Itecovered"
wrotoan Illinois rrirl to her eastern rela-
i .. 'Shatook bitters for a lonir tiinu
' tut without any good. Bo when she heard
ri he virtues of Kid ncv-Wort she irot a
box and it baa completely cured her, so
Cat the can do m much worlc now as she
c uld before we moved West. Since she
u got well everyone about hero ia taking
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae columns, ten cent per line,
lach laiortlon. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
8am E.Wilson has bought tho lot and
new cottage built on Cross stroet last sum
mer by Mr. Rice.
Passenger trains on the Mobilo and
Ohio railroad began running into the Union
depot again yesterday evening.
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach at tho
Baptist church, corner Tenth and Poplar
streets this mornintr and evening at the
Mouldings aud picture frames at Jeff.
All the leading styles in Ladies, Mis
ses and Children's shoes and slippers can be
found at Black's shoo storo, HO Commer
cial ave. It
Prof. Al. Goss' fine cornet band and
orchestra will furnish tho music at the ban
quet of the Knights Templar luesuay
Mr. O. I). Thompson, of tho Gol-
conda Herald, has purchased the office of
tho Hardin Gazette, and will run the paper.
Tho papor will be independent in politics.
Twenty men and several teams are
still employed in repairing the streets. They
have now reached the upper part of tho
city, and are doing splendid work.
-Tho Yasser Tie, Yasser Low Butt
and Oxford's Ties, in Ladies, Misses, Chil
dren's and Infants', tho most fashionable
shoe made, are tho leaders at Black's shoe
store, 140 Commercial ave. It
Gentlemen should not fail to call and
examine our splendid lino of low summer
shoes, containing all the leading styles
tho French, London, Grecian and Tooth
pick, Black's, 140 Commercial ave. It
On Friday Justice 0. A.Osborn united
in the holy bonds ot wedlock Mr. George
Fiscus and Miss Belle Winlen. The groom
was from this state, and the bride from Mis
souri. They will reside here.
Tho ladies of the Episcopal church
wi!l give an entertainment atHartman's
hall next Thursday evening. As will be
seen by the programme published in
another column. The evening's offering
will be one of unusual interest.
For Sale oh Rent. The two fluo
horizontal boiler and eight borse-power up
right engine, now in use at Tub Bulletin
office. It not eold, tho machinery with
building will bo rented to a good tenant
for use as it stands. Apply at this offlco. tf
On Thursday the Illinois house passed
a motion to adjourn sine die yesterday, but
the senate evaaa .u. ia tr ajmiminK,
purposely to avoid voting upon the motion
of adjournment and on the machine made
senatorial apportionment bill passod by tho
The last excursion of the season by
tho ferry boat Threo States, will be given
this afternoon at two o'clock. Fort Jct-
ferson, at this time one of the most beauti
ful and historic places in this neighborhood,
will bo the objective point. Round trip
only twenty-five cents. Everybody should
go and enjoy themselves.
The average state of tho thermometer
at twenty points in the northwest yesterday
was sixty- two degrees below zoro. The
lowest was forty-threo at Keokuk; the
highest, eighty-six, at Shreveport. At this
point it was seventy-five. Rain was report
ed as follows: G-100 at Memphis, 15-100
at Nashville, 88-100 at Pittsburg aud 2
100 at Vicksburg.
Circuit court convenes at tho court
house to-morrow morning, with Judge D.
J. Baker on the bench. There will not be
very much criminal business to dispoBO of.
Among the first upon the dockot will bo
tho Sullivan Frasior Bummerwell caso
and tho City of Cairo Jack Lally caso.
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morso was out yester
day serving subpconsB upon witnesses in
these two cases.
Wo think we aro doing groat things
in this country when wo got tho railway
passenger rates down to a turco-cont-a-
mile basis, but wo have a long way to go
beforo wo shall bo blessod in this respect
as they aro in Franco, where thero is the
most perfect railway syBtora in tho world.
There tho first-class passenger rtto is one
ceut a mdo only, and tho railways have
been paying an average dividend of twelve
per cent, per annum for years past, not
withstanding. To-morrow morning Mr. Morrison, un
til recently with Messrs. Barclay Bros., in
their prescription drug store, and Mr. Ed
James, will embark in a sixteen foot long
by four and a half foot wido sail-boat for
a trip down tho raging Mississippi. They
will tuko with them a plentiful supply of
provisions and patent medicines to guard
atraitist hunjjor and sickness. Their object
is principally to "rough It'1 for a whilo, and
they will not stop, so they say now, until
tho Crescent City Is reached whore they
will enduavor to ."bull" tho market with
what provisions, medicines and ''spunk"
they may have left. Success to them.
A vigorous protest is mado by the
owners of the property against tho practice
of burying dead within the corporate limits
of the city. Not only have small-pox and
yellow fever corpses been buried on or
near Oraveyard Ridge, but somo of tho
colored people havo Interrod their dead
there when neither high wator nor quaran
tine restrictions prevented burial at some
recognized cemetery. Tho owners of the
property havo resolvod to put a stop to the
practice, aud, if necessary, to prosecute
persons who persist in violating the law in
About nine o'clock last night report
came to Chief Myers that another case of
small-pox had broken out next to Ri.x's
church, at tho corner of Fifteenth and Wal
nut streets. Tho chief had tho rumor in
vestigatod which proved true. Tho victim
is a seven year old negro boy who bad been
out all day and civmo homo very tired
The premises has been marked and tho in
mates ordered to remaiu indoors. It wa9
also reported that a caso had broken out in
a house on Fifteenth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, but investigation
proved this rumor untrue.
-Golconda Herald : "Tho editor of The
Cairo Bulletin seems to bo tho special
champion of Hon. J. R. Thomas for tho
third term. Will The Bulletin tmpport
Mr. Thomas if he should get the nomina
tion? If not, its hypocritical support is
doing Mr, .Thomas an injustic."--TuE
Bulletin is not hypocritical in its sup
port of Capt Thomas; it is never hypocrit
ical in anything. It docs support, aud will
support, if ho is nominated for congress by
the republican convention, Captain J. R.
Thomas against all otiikr republi
Mr. Joseph Boruath'a new jewelry estab
lishment on Sixth street, near Ohio Levee,
is one of the most attractive most neatly
fitted up littlo institutions injtho city. Al
though Mr. Bernath has so far only a por
tion of his stock in, tho display of fine jew
elry in the show cases show window, of
clocks on the walls, and other silverware in
tho side cases, is dazzling and almost irre
Bistable to one with a taste for the beauti
ful and "a dollar or two." Mr. Burnuth
though a young man, has an established
reputation for strict integrity, industry and
a generally pleasant disposition, with
whom it would therefore be a pleasure to
deal. Ho should recievo a good share of
the public's patronage. It.
Citizens who aro inclined to express
dissatisfaction because tbo men at work on
the sidewalks and streets of tho city do not
"ctme around to their part of town," should
be reasonable ; they should bear in mind
that the walks and streets in every part of
tho city havo been subjected to an unusual
ly severo test and needed general over
hauling and reconstruction. The city
council has determined that all walks and
strcots shall bo put in good order at
tho earliest possible date, and
it has a force of twenty,
eight men employed, as many as Street ,
Superintendent Gorman can well oversee
in connection with other duties. Mr. Gor
man has instructions from the council to
repair tho walks in the principal thor
oughfares first and to push tho work with
all possiblo haste. This is being done and
more than this can not be expected, and
should not be asked.
A greater part of Magistrate Comings'
time yesterday was consumed in taking de
positions in a caso now pending in a St.
Louis court, in which Mr. Sebastian Her
bert, father of Mr. LouiB C. Herbert, i3 com
plaint, and The Tutoburg Lodge No, Ji,
Order of Sons of Ilermaun, of St. Louis, is
tho defendant. Mr. Herbert is a member
of tho Lodge, and as such is entitled to a
weekly or monthly stipend because of bis
physical disability. Tho Lodge has with
held this stipend and mado efforts to be
relieved of tho obligation of paying them.
Mr. Herbert 1ms, therefore, brought suit to
compel a compliance with tho rules of the
order. Tho depositions taken yesterday
proved that Mr. Herbert, who is an old
man, has for some timu been partially blind
and otherwise alllicted so us tu rentier
him entitled to tho stipend guarantee!
to him by tho order.
Yesterday's email -pox reports areas
follows: Number of now cases, four
three black and one white. The lonner
aro two children, in a housejon the nortli
side of Twentieth Btreet, between Poplar
street and Commercial avenue, the same in
which a woman was first taken with the
disease, and which is still under quaran
tine (Tho children were taken to the city
hospital); and another child, about one
and a half squares from St. Mary's bos
pital. Tho latter is Mrs. Buchanan, not
far from St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Proper precautions havo been taken iu all
cases. Tho rumor that theno latter cases
originated from tho hospital is entirely
foundationlesH and unreasonable. The
negro child lives too tar uway from the
hospital to hove been infected by the cases
kept thero, and Mrs. Buchanan doubtless
took tho disease from tho negro child's
mother, who was her wash-woman.
Of tho hail storm at St. Louis Friday
tho Republican saysi "Yesterday after
noon tho wind blew with moderate force,
giving thu hailHtones a slight inclination
In their fall, tor, owing to tho large size of
the stones, had the wind br.eu blowing
strong, tho force with which they would
havo struck would have killed a horse und
produced a general destruction of the win
dow panes on tho windward side. The
hail-etones wero on an avnrage, as large as
a walnut, and there wutumany as lage as a
small-sized lion's egg, without exaggeration
though those fell more sparcely and were
lessploutifu-l. When tho larger stones fell
on tho street or sidewalk, they could be
Been bounding up and skipping round like
white billiard balls. Mauy persons, un
mindful of tho danger of being pelted on
thq head, rushed out from their places of
shelter and picked up the larger specimens
which fell, regarding thorn from their rari
ty and immnnso size as objects of peculiar
interest. Tho stones almost invariably ha
in the centre a nucleus of whito opaque
Hnow, congealed around which, as the stone
was passing down through tho cold strata
of nin drops gathered accessions of water,
which congealed into transparent ico there
by idding layer after layer, according to
tho height it had to fall. Some of these
hailstones were oval-shaped, circular and
considerably flattened, which melted and
diminished iu size when taken in the haud
The general appearance of tho stones was
that of tho old fashioned 'Jackson ball
T .1 . f
xesieruay loronoon a colored man
while crossing over Eleventh street at Pop.
Uf, narrowly escaped being run over by a
team driven by another colored man. Ho
was struck by ono of the horses aud thrown
lown in tho mud about ten feet away from
the crossing ; but was ablo to rise aud go on,
having sustained comparatively slight in
juries lo ono who has occasion to watch
some of tfle teams driven recklessly bock
and forth in the city, it is a surprise that
more frequent and more serious accidents
do not occur. Somo of theso teams, iu
charge of reckless, heedleBS or vlllianous
drivers, are usually going at such a rapid
rate, without reference to whatever may
come in their way, that any person who at
tempts to cross tho street before thorn,
whether at a cross-walk or elsew
here, is in danger of bis life.
Thero aro somo very carefull drivers, of
course, who are always on thoir guard
when nearing a crossing, lest they endanger
or inconvenience a pedestrian; but others
seem to believe that, the moment they as
sume control of a team, tho street, through
its wholo length and breadth, belongs ex
clusively to them, aud they proceed at
such a rapid rate of speed that human lives
aro in danger. It may bo true, as a pro
position of law, that vehicles are entitled
to the right of way as against persons on
foot, along the public streets between the
cross-walks or intersections ot the side
walks at street crossings. But at the lat
ter places, teams and vehicles have no
rights superior to those of persons on foot;
there a person on foot has the same right to
cross the street that a team has to pass over
the crosswalk. Not only this, but a per
son on foot is not obliged, in order to es
cape death or injury from an approaching
team, to quicken his speed in order to keep
out of the way of such danger, beyond his
ruinary spueu oi walaing. It is the duty
ot eveiji pejsou who U driving a team,
when ho approaches a cross walk at the in-
ersection of streets, to slacken tho speed
of his team so as not to endanger persons
on foot who are pa.-sing over tho crosswalk
at their usual gait of walking. This is
the plain law ot the road which ought to
be observed by everyone without tho neces
sity ot placing an armed policeman at
every street crossing, and compelling him
to read tho riot act to them or haltthein by
force, in order to save the lives or protect
the persons of thoso who claim to bo in tho
defenceless position of a foot passenger.
The several committees appointed by the
fire companies and other organizations
will hold a meeting at two o'clock this
afternoon at tho Rough and Ready engine
house. Tho members of committees are
earnestly requested to bo present. It
Mrs. J. 3. Phillis who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Foster, at Alton, will
return home this morning.
Sheriff John Hodges, made a visit to tho
country yesterday morning aud returned in
Mrs. W. Leach went to Carbondalo on a
Mr. John Tlnstlewood and family are in
Hot Springs, Aik., for their health.
Mr. Hurman II. Black is in Florida,
where ho went somo woeks ago for his
By a card in another column, our readers
will learn that "Tho Big 4 Minstrel Troupe"
will give an entertainment, at popular
prices, in tho Opera House, next Friday
night, wherever they havo played at, Phila
delphls, Cincinnati, St. Paul, Galveston
Pittsburgh, San Francisco and St. Louis,
press und people have joined in pronounc
ing them the greatest minstrels on the road.
From various notices wo select tho follow
ing from tho New York Herald, which is a
fair sample of all tho others.
Wo havo seen tho "Megatherians," tho
"Mastodons," tho "00 count them 50," and
all the sensational minstrels of tho period,
but unhesitatingly state that Mortou's "Big
Four Minstrels," who played at tho stand
ard Theatre last week, are tho bcBt by very
long odds. Tho vocal and instrumental
music, the dancing, tho comedy, the mount
ings, and tho freshness of everything were
remarkable. Thu house was very largo.
K. M. K. C. .
ELECTION OP OmCEHB, ETC.
At a mooting of tho Knights of Mystio
Krew of Comus held ut their hall several
nights ago, tho following officers woro
U. G. M., Claudo Winter; O. O. L. II. S.,
Ed Dczoniu; O.O. R. II. S., Coaey Btitoi;
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise
SECOND We have ample capital aud
THIRD We aro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident
who is always on the lookout.
Now.it is by taking advantage ot these
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are sellinir Middlesex
Bluo Flannel buit, each suit bears the ticket with full niimo Middlesex P,, in on -m
genuino without ticket. A very nice Cheviot (Suit for fj.50, worth f 15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12 50, worth f 10.00. We do not sell goods for less than cost
Vo want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything we sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will cot bo importuned
to buy. 1
G. 0. M.T., P. II. Schuh; 0. G. T., T.M
Lovett; 0. G. S. B., P. II. Saup;G. G. T. C
Wra. Martin; G. G. C, W. J. C'undiff;G
G. 3., Jeff M.Clark.
Executive committee! R. J. Rosenwater,
JohnW.C.Fry, P. H.Ssup.
Board of trustees: Win. Neff, Ed. I)
zonis, T. M. Lovett.
The installation ceremonies will tako
placo on tho night of Wednesday, May
10th. They will bo of the usuailv bril
iant character, comprising, besides the
mysterious proceedings and forms peculiar
to tho organization, a grand bauquet,
toasts, etc. Tho usual time for the election
of officers is at tho last meeting in Feb
ruary, and the installation on the 6th of
March. But tho ball which tho Krew bad
On hand about that time, and tho little un
easiness which prevailed generally because
of tho superfluity of water in this neighbor
hood, tended to divert tho Krew's mind
and the election, etc., was postponed.
'REPARATIONS FOH THE FOURTH
All the firo companies in the city and the
Mystic Krew have now appointed commit
tees which are to confer with one another
at the Rough and Ready engine hou4this
afternoon, and deliberate as to the prac
ticabilityof celebrating tho coming Fourth
of July, and the best means of celebrating
it. The committees are composed as Jul
Hibernian fire company, Messrs D. J.
Foley and Charles Mason; Anchor fire
company, Messrs. Henry Dunker and John
O'Lcary; Delta fire company, Messrs. S. J
Hutnm and Spencer; Rough and Ready
fire company, Messrs.' John Koehler and
Wm Schatz; Arab firo company, Messrs.
Claud Winter and Jeff M. Clark; Mystic
Krew, Messrs. T. M. Lovett and W. B
Theso goutlemon will meet as stated and
prepare reports to be submitted to the
several organizations represented by them
They represent six of the strongest organ
izations in tho city, composed of men who
havo the energy and experience necessary
to make a public celebration a grand sue
cess, of which they have, in years gono by,
givon ample proof. It is to bo hoped that
a favorable decision will be arrived at
and that all will join in one great endeavor
to bring to Cairo one of tho largest assem
blages of pcoplo ever had here, By the
coming Fourth of July Cairo will havo two
more railroads than she had when tho last
groat colobration took place here, which
will servo as two new highways to Cairo
from heretofore excluded localities, and
which will contribute each its share of the
great mass of strangers who may bo
brought here. A poworful effort should
be made by the organizations aud they
should havo the hearty, liberal support of
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somo euterpriseing man
in The dullktin Building, which is now
offered for salo on easy terms, long time
and low rato of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontage of 50
fecton Washington avenuo and 150 feet on
12th streot. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 Btory building
will bo sold with jit. For particulars nd
dross this office, or John II. Obcrly, Bloom
Vs ulucted by a majority of too thoimund vote
to bo tbo Quest 5c. cigar tn tho murket.
we buy to supply our numerous Btores.'
nro tirenarcd to luv mui. im.
opportunities that wo do from timn tn fiinn
J. BUEGER & BRO,
A.tlJalacb Clothing I-Iouso,
108 Commercial Avenuo.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THE 'GREATEST. l'HE
BEST. TIIE MOST
re-Keifcrted g?U tow on ! tt Dn Utrtatn'i '
1 irqucl t,ud Parquet C'!relo- M j.
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No ex'r cbiru tor roterTod set,
J. 8. 6UBPPARD,
BY THE LADIES OF THE EPISCOPAL
AT HABTMAN fJ BALL.
6TRAWBEBRIKS, ICE CREAM, CAKE, FB0IT
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Prince Mr. Fariou
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4.-Mt 1'i'le Circle and Kancy Dance
oj rroicMor .naon piipl'i.
ADMITTANCE 25 CIHTS.
Wholosalo and Itotail
SEVENTH 6TB BT, CAIHO, ILL8. ' 1
Would lay to tba pcoplo of all neighboring
Country Town tbat aha will WI10LK8ALB
GOODS A3 C1TBAP aa tbey can bo bought in any
city, andltwlllbo totholutorest of all when In
town to call and examine ber stock, all of which
1 the VKRT LATEST 8TYLKS for tbo anmmer
trado. Alao a full lino of NOTIONS AND NOV
BLTIE8. Dixon springs
BOARD 1 18.00 PER WEEK. 2.00
ronTomcB, ALI.KN spiimos, ror 00. or..
DIXON BPIitNOHarAilliiAtodtnaannr of tha
Ozark Mountain., tun mllet from Utilconda and
fourtoen miles from Vienna, tn a beautiful valley
in iiummu ny nign cima.
The cenorv ! uniuruaaaod and the wator ll
Mrona with mineral Drotturtloa. No. 1 la etro&ff
w.th Iron. No. . with niairnniila. aulnhur and Iron- a
f roo ubb of the water haa vrnvud an unfailing rume-
y nr jiyaiirrjHta. Jaunuico, i.iver complaint.
liuimiy autioilona and Chronic uiarruooa. Aa t
. I'niB, unuuuibu. niTui WinCim
niumer rosort Dixon Bprluira l) auaervedir popu
nr. bulnn quiet, included aud cool, free from duit
oeaaon rrom nrai online 10 Brit
.urn 11 tvuvu
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