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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1882.
Vayor--N. H. Thistlewnod.
Ticaiiiirer--T J . Kcrlh.
'I'-rk Oi-unls. J, Foley.
''iniiMiitiir Win. H. Ollbert.
Murhhul -li. II. Meyers,
Mlorm y-William Hendricks.
HOI 111) or AI-DKUMSN,
rtri Ward- Win, MclUlu. T. M. Klmbronifh.
,!f iiiii Ward !''" Ilinklft, (!. N. Hughes,
Tliln! Ward H. K. Illako, Jutiu Wood.
I'mirtb Want - diaries U. Pallor, Adollih 8wo-
"V'lnii Wrd-T. W. IIMllilsv, Krnest B. Pettlt.
ifriiit .)ic;'c II. 1 . linker,
f'lri-mt ("lurk A. II. Irvtn.
H'liiiy .Jnil(;: K. S Vocmn.
( dm. ly Clerk -H. J. Ilninin.
I utility Attorney-.! M. Hatnruii.
t inih'y Trca'irer .M itcn W. I'urkur.
Me till John Huditus.
Ciiiiuiy Cimnnlaloiiers-T. W. Halliday, J.
(illiln- and I'l'l'-r Mi ii p.
A I It') HAI' I'M T. -Corner 'I wiith and Poplar
KJ s! reels; prrarhliiK llrt anil ttilril Hilnrtaya In
tar. I'lon'li. II in. anil it. in : prayi-r meet-Im-
Tbur.dav, 7: Kip. in : Sunday i bool, :) a m
Uiv. A. .1. IIKh.h, Pastor.
IIIIIOII UK TUK If KDKEM Kit KpUc-.i.l)
j Kmirt-iii'ih struct; Sunday 1W hi., Holy
Km li iriji ; n:'i a m , hunday school; U ina.ru.,
Moriitn.' 1'isver.; P- m., Knln; I'rayere. F
I'. liKvi'iiiiiiil, n. T. M. lienor.
I,M VlsMOSAHY HAITIHT C'UIKIII-
. Km1 t
,tu a. li..
m.. and 7:30 p. ui.
Kav. T. J Shores,
nKIN -Tliirti'i'iitu itr'.Kt; snryii.ii Hair
ii am; holiday school I p. m. Hut.
ht.- p'.i r
Mr'.'I t;)Msr -I'f.r. Kli'hih and Wl mil streets,
Pr. hliii' SiMi:.'h II :i . rn. aud7:: p.m.
.1.1 -i .. im r, at p in- Itt-v. J. A. hcsrrelt,
i.rtiii at ll;t a. m. ana 7:ip. ru.; ur.jer
n. and 7
:.r) p. in.
I.I. It-!V ti.
'. 'i'.-ore, pastor.
i T .lKI'li rt -iKornan Catholic) Corner Cross
O ai.d Wsluul streets; services Sabbath lu:80a.
t.i. Sunday school at i p. m.; Vaaprt 5 p. m.; Mr
1. 1 . - i-.i-ry Uny at a. m. Kef . O Uara, Prient.
T. PA riiHiK'SH Roman Catuollc) Comer Ninth
atn-ei and w anhlniftun avi-iiae: aerTicw mo-
rmili 5 and 1'ia m ; Vpni S p. m.; Banday Scnoiil
t i.. m n-rv c..-i unerv df at 8 a m. Key. m.iu?nii
II. K. TIM V. CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL It. K.
TKdKl iKrUT. THAN a AKKIVE.
Mail 3:15 a.m
Icrnin d.ition.U :I0 a.m
1 1 Mail 4:lTo a.m
KiDmaa 11 :10a. iu
Accoindatioa. 4;(i0 p.m
MISS CKNTKAL K.
t M id a m tMaii.
11'rt.ii.M lH:ir,am ItKxi.ri'i'f ii:.ma m
ST. L. '. It. K (Narrow (iantro )
iitpn-f !: a.m I 'Kiproa 4:Mp.m
Anoiu'datloii. I p.m Awom'dalola 12;0i p.m
ST.I..I.M AH K R
tKx ! II :.m I tKipnr - 8:5 p m
tAccoiu nation. ;.H)p.m I tAccom'datlon 11:45 a.m
u-Altsll.sr I.OI'N A PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mnil A K .... 4;'. vm Mull A St.... :3 p m
lta.'.y ixropl Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE t OHIO It. K.
Mail I'.tOf, am. I Mull R:Wu.m.
EipreM ii:ti a.m. Kx prima t:W p.m.
p.I.INOIS CKNTKAL K. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAno Kunuin
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dirkot Connkotion
ArrWIntln Ht. Ltinla :45 m ; CblcaRO,8:S0p.m.;
I'KiiiiectinK dlii aud limnghara for Clncln
nail, Lonliollle, Indianapolia aud point Eant.
ii:in inn. Kt. Ijouis liiul "Wnatem
ArrUinif la St. LoutT:05 p. m., nd counectlnn
fur nil poiiita Went.
4:0 t).m. KiiHt Kxprras.
tor St. LnulB ami Cblcatfo, arrlvini? at St. Louie
10:10 p.m., and Chicago i m
-I ;L() r.tn. t.'lnoinniiti KxprfM.
Arrlvlm? at clmliiimtl 7:1X1 a.m.: Louiavllla 7:1
a.m.: Inillanniiiilia 4:IK) a.m. PaKMi)(er by
tliln train rearb tho abovo points 1U to Jo
HoCKS in advance of uy otbur roulu.
.sa has PULLMAN
o to tllnclniiiitl, without
t'-Tliii i: JO P. m
M.KKPINO CAR Cairo
cIihiii.-1'm, and tbrouKb sleepurs lo
I'ast '.rTmo East.
T . .......... lif thla linn no tbrouub to Kant.
J SISSt lllln ern puliila without Any delay
enured nv xunilay liiinrvt.-iiinu. i ne naiuroay aner
itkIii frotu t.alro arrives in new York Monday
nioriilui! ftt lo::i!. Thlrly-alx hours lu advancoof
nv i,i lnr mute.
iV.l''ir lliroiiilb ttrkntu and furlhor Information,
apply ul Illinois Central IWIroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JUNKHi Ticket Agoni.
A, II. HANSON, Oiin. Pasa. Ak'nnt. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. K.
TRAINS KL'N A8 FOLLOWS.
Express and Mull leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 10:41 ii. m. Arrlv.a 4:M p. m.
Accommodation arrives nt 12:0 p. m. and do
parts at l-JUp.m.
j)lt. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE Rltfbth Btreet. near Comnctcla) AvsnnM
J)R. Ii. W. WHITLOCK, '
OrnuB No. 188 Commorcial Atumis, twlWMO
gum ana inin ntrt
MILL AND COMMIHHION.
FLOUtt. GRAIN AND HAY
IHghest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Comiueicial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA mo. ILLS.
V. Il'toss. rvMdKnt.
11. WEI.1,8, Uahler.
P. NHKK. Vlrc Prc'nt
T. J. Kerth, Abk'i ch1i
F. Bro ( rn I U'lllUm Km.
"uliTNeir WIM.m Wo!?'"
Oatcrlob " I ('. ( Patlcr "
ouaer " ii. Well
J V. Clemcon, Caledonia.
A CJK.NKKAU IJANKISG BCSINKsS DONE.
Excbanee aold and Kniurht Tm
tb SaVtlllT llrtlartuiullt. (Jullvrllnni m,.,lu ..,,1
all liuniuciM promptly attended to.
PUOrRIETOR OF SPHOAT'B PATENT
ICE BY TUE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rCKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Ijoads a Spooiivltv.
O K F 1(7 K:
C()1,TwilftIl S(,,et an( u
fk lUf lit T XI AIU 7
vuAiv Alilii 1 Ji.O,
THE KEQl'LAIt CAIRO AND
STEAM EI t
HENRY K. TAYLOU..... Mauler
UEO. JOBE3 Clerk
Leave I'adncah for Cairo daliy (Sunday pxnept-
) at 8 a.m. and Mound City all p in. It-turu-
li- avea Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at up. ni.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .kslBil STATES.
On i' nd after Monday, June 7th. and nntll lurthor
notice tbefenybnat will make trip! as follows:
Keutur.ky Ld g.
Foot Fourth st.
. . ,
B:00. m. 8:50 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. in:30a. m. 11 a. m.
8:00 p. m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:(Xp.m. 4:80 p.m. 5;'M)p.ui.
2 p. m. 3:30 p.m. S p.m
THE A. R. SAEFORD.
Dally packet butween Cairo and MounH C'tr Cup
tain Au -tin Owen.
Leaves Cairo :S0 A. M.
Mound City ::" "
Calr 11 ::llNoon
Mound Cliy 1:3" P. Jl.
Cairo 4::J0 ' "
Mound City 0 " "
riUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. lllinoiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking1 buHiuess
TIIOS. W. IIAI4L.IUAV.
JNTKIU'IUSB SAVING HANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
. TUOS. "W. HALLIDAY,
W. I Lamiidin, rlvnr oilitor of i'iib Uulltib
and itvambuat pannoner aiout. Ordura for all
klliUof8tainhoftt job prliithiL' noflclted. Olllce
ill PlanterH Ilotul, No. M Ohio leveo.
T!i towlioiil (,'lmrli'y Jlrown nrrivud from
St. Ij)uh ln.it evi'iiiiiL'.
TI10 fjntiif City of Ilflena from St. Louis-
is duo to-iJny for Memphis.
The bnily of Mr. Kiln t who was drowned
Tuesday morning lust lm not yet been
IcHterday wus u very warm day, and
old Sol showered hid rays upon us most
The City of Greenville leaves St. LouiB
this evening for Vicksburg. Hhe is duo
The river marked by the gauge last even.
ing at this point at live p. in., 33 feet
3 inches and falling.
1 he Gold Dust from St. Louis arrived
last evening at 7. Mie had a tine trip, and
departed for Vickshurg at U p. m.
The City of Alton p used Vicksburp com
ingup fhuibday nionuui' itt 8. She will
report here Monday morning for St. Louis
J he 15. h. Rhea from Nashville is due
to-morrow, an'l will leave early Monday
morning on her return trip for the Cumber
The John B. Maude for Memphis ar
rived yesterday morning at 7 o'clock:. She
had a good trip for Memphis and left for
that city at 8.
TI T..I- I., . - , ,
me jacK rrosi arrivea yesteruay at a
m. from the lower Mississippi. She had
id tow three empty ice barges which she
will return to St. Louis with.
Business on tho wharf was pretty brisk,
and large quantities of freight were received
and shipped from here on the dillereut
steamers which arrived and departed yes
Capt. J. 13. Conway, in command of the
Fannie Tatum, leaves St. Louis this even
ing, and will report here to-morrow night
for Paducah and Ewald's iron works on the
The Jas. W. Gaff for Memphis will re
port here this morning. Capt. Bob Wise
commands, and Mr. Jas. Surtees is at tne
head of tho clerical corps. For passage,
bee w. r . Lanibdin, agent.
The Mary Houston lor New Orleans ar
rived yesterday at 11 :30 a. m. She had a
big trip aud left here at 8 p. m. with all
the freight she could navigate, with also a
good number of passengers.
The Cons. Millar left Memphis last even
ing at 0. She will report hero to-morrow
evening for Cincinnati. Passengers going up
the Ohio can secure tickets of W. F. Lanib
dio, agent; office, No. 54 Ohio levee.
The Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati will
reach hereon her dowu way for New Or
leans this eveuing. Captain Halliday com
mands this line steamer, and Mr. Chris.
Young is head official in the bookkeeping
The W. P. Halliday did not get here
until noon yesterday, being detained by
heavy freight between Cairo and St. Louis.
She received sufficient freight here' to load
her Hat, and left for the great southern
metropolis at Cp. m.
The fast packet Hudson, Captain John
Griffith master, leaves here this evening for
St. Louis. Passengers going ia the direc
tion of St. Louis by river will find the
Hudson first class in every respect. See
W. F. Lanibdin, agent, for passago rates.
The City of New Orleans arrived from
the lower Mississippi yesterday morning
at 7 :J0. faho nad one ot the best trips
that has left New Orleans for a long time.
She landed 1ieru with over 1,200 tons of
freight and a full cabin register. Sho left
for St. Ia uis at 8:0 a. in.
Tho reliable, never -failing, fast sailing,
ever punctual Guh Fowler from Paducah
arrived here at 2 p. m. yesterday. Ehe had
an excellent trip of freight, in which was
50 lihds. of tobacco, also a good passen
ger trip up and down. She left on her
return at 5 p. m.
Wo are uuahlo to give a report this
morning of tho stage of rivers at Pittsburg,
Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis and Nash
ville. Wo don't kuow what's tho cause.
Unless tho bottom of the signal servico lias
fallen out and discontinued tho usual re
port, welan say, however, that tho last
report winch was the 15th hist., tho Ohio
at Cincinnati and Louisville was rising fast
owing to recent heavy rains in that section.
Bright' Disease, Diabetes.
Beware of tho stuff that pretends to euro
these diseases or other serious Kidney, Uri
nary or Liver Diseases, as they only relieve
for a time and make you ten times worse
afterwaBds, but rely solely on Hop Bitters,
tho only remedy that will surely and per
manently euro you. It debtroys and re
moves tho cause of disuaso so effectually
that it never returns.
The Color and Lustre of Youth arc
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly t'Btcomod for its perfume and purity.
The fashion of wearing jeweled gar
ters has tmread so rapidly that ji-welers
all keep the artii'le in stork. They nro
very expensive. A inenibiTof aeoiiHpiru
ous New York linn exphins to iv report
er of The Sun: "The rngc is recent, but
none the less strong, and it pnuniM's to
spread indefinitely, an the rango is im
unlimited as the purse All the promi
nent society women and rutin y who am
not in society wear them. Vit see, wo
men constitutionally delight in pretty
things, and their adornment is of inure
interest hiu! enjoyment to them than
anything else. If you will come down
stairs I'll show you the stock."
There wa.i a show-ease full of thctn,
each pair mounted in a velvet box. The
pattern was the same in nil as far as the
band was concerned. Tho bund was a,
full inch wide, made of fine clastic and
covered with beautifully-woven silk of
every conceivable shade, pale blues and
warm reds Drcdoiuinatinir. Thcv r
designed to match the tint of the circs
worn with them. In one case two heart
shaped clasps of colored gold, inlaid
with cross-bars of turouoises and nearls.
joined the ends of a scarlet band with
little frills of silk along the ed"cs. The
ice was $100. A pair with two oval
clasps of hammered gold, perhaps an
inch in length, could be bought for -IH.
while the cheapest pair, with plain irold
clasps, was lti.
"It s a curious fact," said the jeweler,
that the cheap ones won't sell. When
a customer wants an eleirant carter, he
I mean she- is willinir to pav for it."
A pair that cost $2'J.li had two shields
with three big pearls in each nnd little
diamonds at the edge.i. Another pair
was expensive through it.s delicate lace,
which was arranged in a llufl'v bow-knot.
with two little gold disks clasping in the
At another establishment the ieweler
"The majority of them are made to
order. Your visit is opportune, as I
have just finished the most expensive
pair that ever left my factory. The
price is $1,5200." In this the lace and
pearl-colored silk baud were joined bv
an elaborate clasp. On one side was
the lady's monop-ram in pearls; on the
other the coat-of-arms, with frosted
storks' head, a crest of delicately carved
f old, and a motto set in chip diamonds,
t was a present from a mother to her
daughter, who is to bo married soon.
'Has the demand for such carters in
'It is a hundred per cent, exeater
than last year, nnd grows constantly."
High-hecled bxts undoubtedly injure
not only the foot but the shape of tho
leg. Perfect freedom of these useful
members preserves their symmetrical
6hape, while exercise unfolds the muscu
lar system, producing a full, bold outline
of the limbs, at the same time that the
jomLs are knit small and clean. Look
at tho legs of a poor Irishman travelling
to uie nai vesi wun care feet, the t i ck-
ness and roundness of tho calf show that
the foot ami toes are free to permit tho
exercise of the muscles of the legs. Look
now. ui mo less or an hiiL'liM hohshhi.
whose foot and ankle are tightly laced
in a boot with an inflexible sole; and
perceive from the manner in which ho
iitts his iegs, that the play of the ankle,
loot and toes is lost as much as if he
went on stilts; and therefore are his legs
small and shapeless. Iu short, the. nat
ural exercise of the parts, whether they
ueaeuveor passive, is the stimulus to
the circulation through them; exercise
being as necessary to the perfect consti
tution of a bone as it is to the perfection
oi me museuiar powers.
The next issue of cold coinage from
the English mint is to he stamped with
a new die - only the second taken since
the accession of Qucu Victoria. It.
represents Her Majesty with an imperial
crown upon her head," and the likeness
is that of the Queen of to-dav. and mil a
reproduction of thoyoung face which has
so long looked out from British coins.
The Earliest Ploughman.
Tho steel or inm ploiigh-sharo is one
of the most valuable of modern inven
tions, and has both lightened the fann
er's labors and ndiletl hired v to his
wealth. But Mr. Darwin has proved
that worms do in a quiet but effective
way the same work that the plough does
on a larger scale. 1 hey break up the
solid crust and enrich tho surface, by
bringing the most valuable constituents
from tho sub-soil and forming a rich
vegetable mould. The lit tle piles left at
the mouth of their holes are full of nu
trition, and of the highest value for tho
growth of plants nnuvegetables.
Tho worms fill uu important place
among agricultural laborers. The
smoothness of beautiful lawns and mea
dows, Mr. Darwin says, is "mainly duo
to all the inequalities "having been slow
ly levelled by worms." The improve
ments which their industry effects are
constant and progressive. The whole
of the superficial mould over any ex
panse has passed, and will pass again,
every few years through the bodies of
worms. rheso despised articulates
ought to bo reckoned by the farmer
among his nio .t valuable allies.
Jumps Lick, tho late San Francisco
millionaire, left several very largo pul
lio bequests. It is now charged bv the
San Francisco papers that the spirit of
the will has been violated constantly by
the trustees, and that some of tho be
quests are a dead letter. The Chronicle
demands that the Board of Trustees bo
changed. That journal, indeed goes so
far as to intimate that the trustees havo
profited personally from tho estate.
Senator Fryo, of Maino, is said to bo
the youngest-looking grandfather in
Washington. Ho has seven grandchild
ren, and always likes to have them about
him. 'I couldn't wait any longer," he
said the other day, "and sent word to
hare one of them sent down hero from
Maino. He camo along a 6-year-old
and Mrs. Frye has been constantly busj
ever since mending trousor-logs and
I KTTEK LIST.
LINT OK LKTTKKB UKMAININO UNCAW.K1)
FOR IN TUK I'OHTOKKICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
hailiiijay, junk U, llja.
K A, IVyant
Fisher, Clara A
Murray, H D K
Balser, Mary II
Sherman House, prop
larber, Hannah 13.
Brown, Ben Honton, E W
Betit, Geo Bender, W T
Crabtree, J C Daniels. Lawrence
Jackson, T A
Miller, II II
Uichmond, J Harry
Scott, W E
Sammera, J II
Stein, Harry W Capt
Wiley. A L
Griffin, J G
fefl'erson,' Laura 2
Knapp, Morris 8
Maret, L S
Moore, W O
Roberson, W W
Scarborough, R L
Van Loon, B F
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McKeaio. Postmaster.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
txhausied were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to bo heard.
Yet, how very easy enn all this be avoided
by simply using Driving's New Discovery
tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Geo. E. OTIara's
Not For a Fortune.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if hho'd a
fortune. Pour girl, she'd be all right if
sneiooK npnng Mossom, the best thing in
worm tor ntlensivu breath. Price 50
cents, trial bottles
10 cents. Paul O.
A Popular Tonic
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Coughs, Colds, Soto Throat. Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Limits or
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stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of phyncians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Bock and Hyo." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
verywhere are the heal evidence of itH real
merits. Letters and teriiiieie-ilii fromcverv
quarter of tho country, attesting tho stini-
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possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader of its intrinsic, virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasaut taste and nerceable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
nwiiy wun pulmonary weakness ol there
lief to be si tured by the usool'Tolu. Uock
aud Bye. Chicago Times.
Tii k Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mich..
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (youtur or ohD who
arc inflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complote restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as above. N. B.-No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
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Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from (he choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength.
without any aiulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
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os the most delicate, grateful and natural
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STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis. Mo..
Umofl.npull. T. n.,, Ur. IM.'. fmm Blklsa
r.w.r. uS lr. I'rln'a lalu. .r(uM.
WC MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD8
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tine Largest Variety Stock
IN- TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
o. o. path: it & co..
Cor. Ninetenntli strant I
Commercial Avunuo I
MUTUAL Alb SOCIETY.
UREKA 1 EUREKA! I
SUBSTITUTE F0JI LIFE ISSUE.
A NCR IT3IPANIES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OF OA i no.
Orcnnined Julv Ittli, 177, 1'mlt-r the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
it, 11177, L'ikIit ActiifCoiigriss.
V .'r.1.". Vlco Prusutont
J. ,1. OOltDllN
KXKCUTIVM COM M ITTKK'
II. LKKillTON, L. h. TIIOMAH,
J. c. white, w. f. nrciiEit,
J. 8. McUAUliY.
William Ntratton, or Niratton lllnl, wholesalo
Krorers: I'aul U. Krlnib, wboluHaluaml n-lall ilnin
gist: I a.f n LwlKlitmi, coiniiilssion rnorrhiint: .Inn.
H. Mr.tlkhi'y, IiiiiiIht ili'kler; J. J. (lordon, phys
Irian ; J. A. (IoIiIkIIihi, ol'lniliistliic A- KosuwaPr,
wboluKalo and ruliill ilry pmils, etc; Wm K 1'itcli
r, tftiurral aui-nt; lluury II. HIIIk. city pr'lnt'or ami
liook binder; Chusley llaym, Coonur; Jno. C.
w bite, assistant serrniary and solii'ltor: Alhurt
Lewis, rieali-r In four nnd crnln; F. limns, urusl
limit AlsxHinliT Coimlv ltiiiik; U. W. Hendricks,
rontrartor and bmldi-r; Cyrus Close, Konerul
st!iint;Tlininiis Li-wls, spi-rt'tiiry and attorney at
law; L, H, TIioiiiiis, broom tnnuiilactiiriT; W. K
Kussel, contraitor ami builder; C. T, Kndd
airi-ntc. Ht, L. AN. O. rnllaoHil;Mosus l'hlllius.rjir
imutiir; II. A. Cbumbli'y, cimtrncto, Cairo, Ills..
Hiiv. .1. Misncer. cleritvmnii.St Lfiila, Jlo.! J. II.
Ili'tbiiiin, circuit clei k, . ixslsslil county, Charles
Ion, Mo.; ,1. II Mourn , lawyer. Com mereo. Mo.
1. HIiiKlnlnrv, lihvslclnn, Arlliurlou, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry. ihvslrlaii, Fulton. Ky. j Wm. Hyan, farmur,
Murrv. Kv. ; A. Stnliibiich, inaiiiiiaclurnr of sad
(llery. KyaiiBVlllii, hid ;lli Anilerson, socrutary
tosuiierlnt Unite. Ht. L. 4 N O. railroad, Jack-
soti.Tiinn.i J. H. Koberlson, vhvstclan, Whllo
ylllo, linn.; Tbomiis A. Oslmrii, Imrnnss maker,
llollvar.Tuii ,:Wm.L. Walker, "Uixlo Advui.
tltlnu Aneucv " llollv nrln's, Mi-s
BOARD: 8.00 PER WEEK, 3.00
rosrornes, all as si'uinhs, ron co. itt.
DIXON HritlNGS aronltiisle.! In . .mi. r )),.
Oaark Mountains, tun mllus from (lolronda and
fourteen miles from Vienna. In a hnannrni .n...
urrouodvd by high olllls.
ine scenery Is unsurpassed and Ihs water It
strong with mliiorsl properties. No. I l strong
w.th iron. No. i with mairnial. .111111111. .ml i.n .
free use of tho wator has proved an uiifalllnu remo-
'7,.n" "J" ' 'ps'i iiaunaies, i.iver l oinulslni,
Kidney illefli Inns and Chronio Ularrhoss. As a
summer resort Uixon Hprluus Is de.ery.dlr popn-
lar.bolne qnist, socltidwl aud cool, frw from dust
Bsasoa from II ret nf Jane to flrsl
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