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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1882.
Mayor N.U. Thiatlewood.
Treasurer'!'. J. Kcrth.
clerk Dennis. J, Holey.
'niiiiliir"Win. H. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
A Homey-William Hendricks.
boa hi) or iunm'
First Ward-Win. McHalo.T. M Klmbrougb.
Nrn.ud Ward-Jesse Iliiiklo.C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-It. F, Hlako. John Wood.
Fourth WardC barbs O. Palter, Adolph 8wo-
Ki'rth Ward- T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Petttt.
Ctrrult Jiiilfii- I). .1. linker.
( t miil Clerk A. II. Irvln.
( oiuiiy Judge- II. ii Votum.
('utility ClcrH..I. 1 1 ti rn n .
County Attorney J . M. Oauiron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Muliir John Hodges.
.ronur-U. I'ltxnuriild m , ....... ,
County Coinn.lssioncrs-T. W. Illlldy, J.
(Hhhs mid Peter bmip.
fxAll'.u H.Vl'Tlsr. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
Iv n'fiTtt; pres'htng ftp-land third rlimdays in
n, 't mouth, II a "I utol 7: l. m .; prayer meet
, Thursday, 7 1 p. i HunJ., school,
MII HCH OK THE K E H K B M K H ( Ii p I aco pa' )
(j Fourteenth street; Hnndsy 7:flua m., Holy
Ku.-lmri.t: '. m . Sunday school i 1 0a.in
Morning Prayers; t.iw p. m h veiling I'rayeis. r
I'. )vei.port, H. T. B. Hector.
, Mi'.-T MISHIONAKY MAPTIHT CHCKCI1.
V Vr hi MM' ' !":' V. ' "J 7,:3t P- m'
,.( ,. I, ho.il at V.ao p. u. Key. T. J. bborca,
I l "i ul'KAN -Tliiitcciilu street; services Hah
1, ti'li I ui ; aundny sUool2p. ni. Kev.
Kiil'l"'. I"' "
Mr"' ri'iliisT Cor. KlgMI' and Walnut streets,
i-,es,hlng Sabbath 11:'.. m. a ud 7 :) p. ru.
fni.'U. :vuulat i:lip. m . Key. J. A. hesrrelt,
s i i
I l'r M'.VTKKIAN -Eighth sweet; preaching on
1 .al.i.Htli at ll'.'W . ruaod 7: p. m.; prayer
.,o, t. Wednesday M 7:J p. m.; Sunday tichvol
it :t w iu. Hv B V. 0oou, pastor.
c .,loEI'H S -iKoman Cnholle) "'er,flci'"
h an! Walnut streets: service Sabbath lO.Sha.
, Miu.l.y School at p. m.; Vesper J P
Mi. ry day t . m Kv. O'U.r., 1'riwt.
L'T I'A I KH'K'8-Knmao Catuollc) Corner Ninth
h atr-i- and Waahlnirton avDOi ferTlce 8b
r ut L b and 10 a. m ; Ve.pera J I p. m.; I
1V. m. i.- rvlci iivery day at . m. Kct. M;wtrsoli
ft. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKALK. H.
Mai! 3:13 t.m
KtvruP 11:10a. iu
AwndalioH . .4 M p.m
t , r,nrilntlou.ll:M a m
. l: J" p u
MIS CKNTKAL K. K.
.... lD;ir,a m
L..tC. H. U
.. . a.m I
(Narrow tiauco )
Kpr 4:31 p.m
A H. It K
fK.M'rv 11 : p m I tEiprc- ....... -- !
Hrrom nation, s'. wp iu I tAccom dation 11 .4.1 a m
WA HASH. HT LOl IS A PACIKIC K'Y CO.
V,ll K.... :4lvmilll Ki....:'Jpm
Dai.y except Kunday. t UailT.
MOBILE OHIO K. R.
Mail :(. Mall.... V)P "-
Kxpra :u a.m. hxpreM .. p m.
UiSOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv liino Kunnin
Makinu 1) ik kct Connkotion
Tiuim L Caiko: .,,,
Tjh in. Mfttl.
ArrlTlnelnHt. Lonl 9:46 a.m.; CUlcaco.H :30 p.m.;
ConnX .nK l Odin and KfflnBharu tor Clneln
nail, Lou!. ville, ltidlaimpolt. aud point. Eat.
n.-lil ,Un. B. Iouie unci "Weutern
ArrlvlBKln8t.Lonis7:0r.p. ru., and connscUnn
for all points Went.
p.m. Kiwt ICxprwtai.
JorSt. LottiH and VMcita, arrlvtuK at St. Loote
Willi p.m., andl'hicacoT;! a m
.1 p.m. (ini-iniifitl KxproM.
Arriving al Cincinnati 7:( a.m.; J:f','il,e'!':
"m lndlHimpoliH 4:1W a.m.
thiH train reach the above uolnta 1 to Mi
lloUUS In iiilvauce of any other route.
4"Th 4:'S P. m' oiprcap h rk'.'.l!
hi KEl'INO CAR t:airo to Cincinnati, without
c hiutKUR. and through uleepera to tit. bonis and
liV'iwe Timfl I'ifist.
, . ,ortn,M by thin lino (jo through to Kft-t-
caimd by Sunday intervnilni!. The Haturdav aflnr
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yck Monday
InornHiatlO::ri. Thirty i hour In advance of
Vf AtoVt'l'irouth tlrkets and rurllior lnforinatiou,
am,lv at lUinola Central Uiillroad Hepot. Cairo,
apply at uiuiomv j JONB8. Ticket Annt.
A. n. nANHON,n. I'aM. Aaent. Cblcauo
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS UL'N AS FOLLOWS.
ExproM and Mull leavoa Cairo. ovnry day except
Sunday, at M:'X a. m. Arrive 4:5p m.
. 1...1. i.i.iii n mi nun da
ACCOInUlOUBllOU UMU "V 1. I
parts at l:i p.m.
JQH. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICB Eighth Street, nsar Comnerclal AtenoM
11. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrio-No. 1S6 Commercial Anu, btween
BRhth and Ninth Btroeu
MILL AMI COMlflHNION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA
HU:h8t Cash Price Pai.l for Whwat.
foinmercial A venuo and Kiffhtli Street,
K. IIHOSS. 1'rfi-idi nt. I V. NKKK, Vlcel'res'nl
11. WELLS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth, An-'t r.ah
y. Bross Ca'rol William Knn.r. .Cairo
I'l'ierNeff I Wllllnm W.iif.,..
c. M (iKtcrlob I C. O 1'atler "
E. A Uuder " II. Wells
J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia.
A0EJ5EKAM1AXKIN0 HUSINBSS done.
Kxchangi .old and bought. Interon paUl In
the SavinirH Ucparlment. Collections made aud
all business promptly attended to.
PROPRIETOR OK SPHOAT'8 PATENT
Wholosalo Uoalor in Ico.
ICE UY TUE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
rKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar r.oads a Spocialtv.
o f K i c; K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MIE KEGl' I. All CAIKO AND I'ADl'CAU
IlENKY E. TAYLOR Muster
GEO. JOBKS Clerk
L'-:te Padurah for Calm daiiy (Sundays exrspt
h' 4 a m. and MminiU'lty at 1 p m. Keturn
, I. jc Cairo at I p. m. JI'in-. City ot 5p. m.
QA1R0 CIT FERRY CO.
THREE VSJ STATES.
On end after Monday, Jane 7th, and until lurther
notice the feny boat will make trips as follows:
MATH LIAVI. LIAVIS
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land r. Kentucky Ld g.
t):00 a. m.
10 :00 a. m,
.:0fl p. ru.
2 p. m.
R::w a. m.
J:, Til p.m.
9 a. m.
8 p. m.
6;fH) p. m.
f HE A. B. SAFFORI).
Dallv packet between Cairo and Mound ('!tj Cap
lain A'u -tin Owen.
U-ae Cairo A-
" Mound City V,!,1!: V.-
" Cairo 'X
Mound Citv 11
rjUIK CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Ciilro. lllttioiM,
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A General Bankliisr Iiuslness
TIIOS. "V. HALLIUAY,
jgNTBRl'RIBB 8AVIN0 1IANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
tiios. -w. iiAi-iau ay,
W. F Lamiimim, river editor or i'nx IIl'I.lti
and steamboat pasen'iir ai;ont. Order for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. OITlco
at Planters Hotel, No, 51 Ohio levee.
Tlio Gul.lun Hiilc, (). p. Shinklo inoater,
will asH up Cur Cincinimti TtK.'Hilay msirn
inj. Tlio Knit; ia hti ul.'fit-t lxat to travel
on, and Iter dllicers are notably popular
from Nuw Orleans to Cincinnati.
Thu Hte. flunevicTo frmu Mempliifi ar
rived early ycflti play morning with a light
trip for St. Louis, Shu received a lot of
pig iron lu re, and left at 9 a. m.
The Fannin Tutmn, J. 15. Conway in
command, is on her way from St. Louis,
and will report hnru to-night for Padticah
and the Cumberland river. The St. Louis
papers report her as having a good freight
trip on her departure.
Will 8. llnys, of thu Courier-Journal, is
successor of Mat Currau as passenger agent
of the Inman Steamship line. Will can
now give his passenger: 'v.: benefit of fresh
or salt wuter.
From present indications "sprinkling
carts" up in the vicinity of Pittsburg among
the Baud bars will be in demand soou, as
there is not threo feet of water at that
point. Iftheru is anything diHgusting to
an old steamboalman, it is dust.
The B. S. Uhea, Capt. J.S. Tyner'i fast
and popular packet, is due to lay out of
the Cumberland, and leaves here on her
return trip to-morrow morning at 10.
The Gus Fowler w ill lay over at Padu
cah to day and clear out, preparatory to
the evening weekly trips. She had a good
trip from Paducah here and returned yes
terday. The flue Anchor lino packet City of
Greenville from St. Louis for Vicksburg is
due thif evening.
Thu Annie P. Silver is the Anchor line
steamer from St. Louis, due here to day for
A a prelu lo to thu article in our river
column this morning, in reference to the
weather yesterday, saying that a gentlu
bree.e prevailed all day, we desire to say
by P. S., that about one hour after we
wrote the notice, "our gentle breeze" was
interrupted by a regular little hurricane, a
remnant in a small way of the terrible cy
clone which visited St. Louis yesferday, iu
a disastrous manner. The prospects here
looked nl .rming, and citizens could be
wen running in all directions' seeking shel
ter. The Ik'llc MempliH and Gus Fowler
were lying at the wlnrf. Some of their
lines were severed, but both boats, having
plenty of steam, managed to hold their
positions. The Cairo anil Mound
City packet, A. 15. 5'afl'ord, was
ljing just abovu the upper wharfbout,
and only by tins greatest effort she was
kept from capsizing. A fine ruin followed
and all was tranquil.
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg ar
rived last evening at 15 o'clock. She had a
light trip, and left for the Future Great at
0 p. m.
L ist evening about half-past 7 o'clock
one of the most beautiful rainbows we ever
had the pleasure of witnessing, stretched
across the horizon and was set in a cloud of
golden hue which made it a grand picture
of nature's panorama, -hiking into utter
significance the portrayel of the world's
master artist. The skill of man is great;
but that of the Omnipotent id wonderful.
Weather very warm yesterday, but great
ly relieved by a gentle breizo all day.
Business on thu wharf and turought tho
city anything but animating.
Cons. Millar fiom Memphis is duo to
night lorCinctnuati. Passengers going up
tho Ohio will find the Millar a pleasant
boat to travel, and the provender depart
ment well supplied with the best tlio land
affords. W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent;
office, No. 51 Ohio levee.
Tho popular Jas. W. GafT is duo this
morning for Memphis. If you desire to
travel on a pleasant boat with gentlemanly
olliccrs, taku the Galf. She has ft splendid
quarteltu band provided for thu entertain
ment of her guests, ami Capt. Bob Wiso
with Chief Clerk James Surtoss will boo
that their patrons have tho bcBt attention.
See Passenger Agent W. F. Lambdin,
office No. 54 Ohio leveo.
The river marked by tho gauge last even
ing at this point at fivo p. ni., 33 feet
3 inches aud falling.
Tho Gus Fowler discharge 50 hogsheads
of tobacco and a car load of lumber at tho
Viucennes wharf bout yesterday, and left at
7 p. in. for Paducah.
Tim Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall, Mich..
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Vol
taic Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young r old) who
aro nlllictod with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing spuody und complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as alxivo. N. B.No risk is Incurred, as
thirty duy' trial is allowed.
For the Cairo liiitlotiu:
Fill rand silent Iu the gloom
Of the catacombs sho stood
Ht. Ciecllla, In the bloom
Of Iierjeeutlu womanhood.
All the Hunt arotir.d her shone
From the luinji within her hsud.
As statue like, alnno,
Sho stood to uulde lallh's band .
Tbron.h the darkness came tho sound
Ol fool steps falllnu slow
Who coiil' kucm If shu had foun i
Christian friend or cruel foe 7
At her whispered, "Come Ihls way,"
Nearer to her side they camo.
And her w Intful face j;rew Krfty
As a Illy tonchodby flame;
Fiercely for a inomeut flashed
O'er h'T face tho burnltiK Unlit
Of a nlsnce like red wine dashed
O'er an altar marble white,
Hut thu eyes that met It cave
No answering sign of dread,
rutin they wi re wlthiu that crave
As the llvlnc'uildnt thu dead.
Htlll wiih prajer this sweet faced saint.
Not tho torture nor the Bro
Drought one word of sad complaint
To I he cruol people by her.
Years have thrown the mantle pa-t
'Itound this maiden and her deed.
As time to dust at lust
Changed! both flower and weed,
Hut Fame bath thrown hi r crown,
Ket with stmies of precious worth,
On this martyr's memory down
To illuminate the eirtli.
The gcutle eyes whose, glance
No'erki.ew a bud nor flower
Drank heaven's own rointnce
In that one holy hour,
When fell the veil of Ice
Ib-twlxt the blinded eyes
And earth, again to rise
For her In Paradise.
Juno !Hh, I8fc2. -l.IN'WOOI).
Women as Druggists.
At the ivecnt commencement of the
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, wo
notice, with pleasure, that tho .Junior
prize was awarded to Miss Grace Lee
15:thb, of F.astport. Md. We learn that
there were two fcmalo students in the
college during the past session. It is
encouraging that 50 per cent, of their
number took prizes.
Of all the many new nvMiues opened
of late to women for an honorable, ap
propriate, and. it may be, a lucrative
occupation, we know of none that prom
ises better results than that of pharmacy,
and our only surprise is that they have
not taken it up long ngo in large num
bers. Accuracy, neatness, cleanliness,
politeness, these tiro all the rcipiisitea
besides a knowledge of pharmacy. This
last surely no one will claim is beyond
the ability of the avi:i:i;-e woman, while
the former are perhaps more peculiarly
Moreover, tlio experiment has been
tried, and tried with success. Fur a
number of years the prescriptions at
St. Mary's Mo.-oiita!, we learn, wero
made up by the junior nident, but for
some years p:ust they have been in the
entire charge of one of the sisters of the
hospital. The order that came out of
chaos, the cleanliness out of tincleanli
ness, the neatness out of disorder, were
simply marvelous, while so far as tho
prescriptions are concerned, they are
better compounded than before, and the
expense from waste and mistake's, and
carelessness and ignorance, is greatly
Whether women will ever bo able to
establish and conduct a large drug store
as a business venture, we do not know,
nor do we care to discuss it. It is espec
ially as ordinary retail druggists and as
prescription clerks that we think their
services would not only bo useful, but
welcome. Wo are glad to see tho liber
al spirited the College of Pharmacy in
opening its doors to them, and we hope
that these two students are but tho fore
runners of many others. The Woman's
Medical College could establish such a
Department of Pharmacy, with but little
expense, and it is well worth their whilo
to consider the expediency of doing so.
Their Professors of Chemistry and Mate
ria Medica arc already provided, together
with an excellent chemical laboratory.
A Professor of Pharmacy mid a phar
maceutical laboratory would bo the only
additional facilities necessary. We be
lieve that such a department would bo
self-supporting almost from tho very
start, and would bo soon an important
source of income, to say nothing of its
chief purpose as a school for women
druggists. .Yew York Medical Kcivs.
Not For a Fortune.
"Phew"' I wouldn't marry her if she'd a
fortune. Poor girl, she'd bu all right if
she took Spring Blossom, the nest thing in
the world for offensive breath. Price 50
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G
A Popular Tonic
FOH WEAK LlJNtlS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever Introduced to the
Amcnc tin public, for tho relief and cure of
li'iiijis, Colds, Sore throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, lias ever met with tho
indorsements of physicians or patients us
the celebrated "Tolu, Uock and Kyo." The
repeated and continued sales of tho articlu
everywhere aro tho best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting tho stun
tilating, tonic and healing effects, ore in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince the niorl ilfpticol
reader ot its intrinsic riilue.i. Further
commendation is unncucbiu y and timer
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasaut tsta and ngreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who aro afllictcd or pining
nway with pulmonary weakness of the re-
liel to be secured by tlio usoot loiu, uock
nd Hyo. Chicago TiincB.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITKD IN TUB INTEREST Of THE CAlltO
A list of the new and entertaining books
distributed at the library yesterday after
noon, was given in Tub Bulletin several
days ago. The long, warm summer days
give many leisure hours, which can
not bo better employed than in tho com
panionship of good books. A number of
very entertaining books for the young folks
have recently been addod to tho library
and a part of tho vacation cannot bo em
ployed to better advantage than iu cultivat
ing a taste for reading.
Tho most popular of tlio poems of Long fellow
in his early days received but very
scanty remuneration. The Psalm of Lifo
and tho Reaper wuro gratuitous contribu
tions to tho Knickerbocker Magazine. For
two prose articles and a poem, ho obtained
Chotteiton's works, and for two or three
years contributions to a porioJiral lie re
ceived, by way of honorarium', a paid re
ceipt for his subscription to it. Facts like
these will be regarded as among tho curios
ities of American literature.
At Pan, in the lower Pyrenees, is the Se
bastian collection of old masters. There
arc 800 pictures, aud Raphael, Titian, Mu
rillo, Vclasipiez, aud many other artists of
world wide celebrity, should attract the at
tcution of tourists to this mountain ham
let. They belong iu Spain, aud were
brought to Pnii in disturbed times for safe
A recent bonk on Money Making for
Ladies seems to suppose that a writer, like
a poet, is born and not made. It says:
"So little outlay is required for literary
work, pen, ink and paper, and a few post
age stamps constituting the capital." Tho
book itself is an illustration of the state
ment, and while it treats ot money mak
ing, wo duubt if it ever makes money. Tho
author forgets that easy writing is hard
The author of the above book has a very
different idea from that of ouo of our most
ablound talented and hard working west
ern writers, Mrs. II. E. Stanet, the accom
plished editor of tlm Weekly Magazine.
She says: "I have so high an opinion of
the value of genuine and worthy liturary
labor, that I am conscience-stricken to ac
cept it without liberal remuneration, and
feel that it is degraded when it is valued in
dollars and cents merely, rather than in in
fluence." From "Notable Thoughts About Women,"
by Ballow, here nresome extracts:
18(1. Alphonso Karr must havo been
jealous of Home one surely, possibly of
Mine. Do Stael, Mine. Roland, Jano Aus
tin, Georgu Kliot, George Sand or Charlotto
Bronte, when he wrote: "A woman who
writes, commits two sins: She increases tho
number of books, and decreases the number
of women." Alphonie K-o r.
i!5, :W, I believe in tho admission of
womeii to the full rights i f citizenship and
sham in government, on the express
grounds that few women keep house so
badly, or with such wastefulness, as chan
cel lors of the exchequer keep tho state, and
womanly genius, for organization applied
to the affairs of tho nation would be ex
tremely economical aud beneficial. Theo
21), 40. Let man learn to bo grateful to
woman for this undoubted achievement of
her sex; that is she she is far moro tlian
he, and she too often in despite of him
who has kept Christendom from lapsing
back into barbarism, kept mercy and truth
from being utterly overborne by thoBO twit
greedy monsters, money and war. F. D.
The subject of discussion fortho meet
ing of thu study class on Tuesday, at Mrs.
W. R. Smith's, will bo Michael Angelo's
great masterpiece: Tho Last Judgment.
Photographs of this great fresco havo bouu
received by tho class from Smile, in Boston.
It is perhaps, on some accounts, one of
thu most remarkable pictures iu the world.
It contains over four hundred human
figures, including those of Christ. Thu
Apostles, martyrs, saints, patriarchs, thu
Virgin Mary, Dante, the mortal sins person
ified, angels, tho dead, demons, Charon,
Minos, Lucitiur, Judas, tho colestial virtues,
sibyls and heathen poets. These are di
vided into fifteen groups. The picture is
thu embodiment of that great poem :
' 'That day of wrath, that dreadful day,
When heaven and earlh shall pass away,"
TUB TliACHKll's OCCUPATION.
Have you ever thought of what tho mm
is doing who teaches children? You go in
to the workshop of the wheelwright; ho is
making wheels.and shafts, and you say ho
is a useful man You enter tho house ot a
weaver, who is making cloth, and you say
he is a valuable man. You visit tho black
smith's shop, where you tlud him making
pickaxes, hammers aud plowshares, and you
say this man is essential you saluto theso
skillful laborers. You enter tho house of
a schoolmaster, saluto him moro profound
ly. Do you know what ho is duiugt Ho
is manufacturing minds.
O O A. L
D StovoH 13
S Tinware. S
NE W.YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EI l & CO..
Cor, Nineteenth street 1 pn vri TI 1
Commercial Avennof van U, Ills
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
UUEKA! EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Atd Society,
of OA ii to.
OrgHnl.eil Julv 1 tth, 11177, t'uiler the Laws o
I ho JlHte of Illinois. Copyrighted .Jtilv
II, 11177, Under Act of Congress.
0. T. KCOI) .,
J. A. UOI.1MT1NE.
.1 .1. (iiiltl)oN
JOHN C. WHITE
K X K ; V TI V K COJt M ITT K K
H. LEK1HTON, L. S. TIIUMAH,
J. C. WHITE, W. T. I'll'CllKH,
J. H. JHcOAUEY.
HOAIIH OK MANAOKWH:
William Htratton, of Stratton A bird, wbolesnlo
grocers; Paul O. Se.huh, wholesale and retail iIiiik
gist; llazen LMghton, commlsslen merchant; l as,
S. Mcdnhey, lumber dealer; ,1. J. Oordon, phys
ician ; J. A. (lolilsllne, of Ooldsllne fi Koseuuiiter,
wholesale aud retail drv goods, etc; Win. K. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry II. Kills, clly printer and
hno finder; Chonley liny lies, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer iu fiour and grain ; K. Dross, presl
dent Alexander Cotintv Hank ; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and htnliler; Cyrus Close, general
gent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and at tor tie v at
law; L, S. Thomas, hrooni manufacturer; W. F
Kusse), contractor and 1-ullilnr; C. T, Itudd
agent U. HI, L. AN. O. rnllaoH.il ; Moses Phllllps.rnr
penter; H . A. Chtltnhley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
Hev. .1. Hpsnrer, elergvnian.St I'tils, Jlo.; ,1. 11.
llelhune, circuit clerk, Mississippi couuty, Charles
Ion, Mo.; ,1. 11. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.;
I. Slnglelnrv, phvslclan. Aril nut on, Ky.j J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan. Fulton, Kv.; Win. Ilyan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Kteluhuch, imiiiiiini'turer of sad
dlerv, Kviinsvllle, hid ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C Ht. L. ,t N O. rallroud, Jack
son, Telia. ! J- H. Kobertson, phvslclan, While
vllle, Tenn. i Thomas A. Osborii, harness maker,
Hollvar.Teii ,;Wm.L. Walker, "Dlxlu Adver
tising Aguncv " llollv Murines. Miss
BOARD: $3.00 PEll WEEK, 2.00
SPECIA L RATES
rosTom-ica, alum si'iunos, ron co. ux.
DIXON SPItlNOS are situated In a spur of the
Osark Mountains, len miles from Unicornis and
fourteen miles from Vienna, tn a beautiful valley
surrounded by high clllTs.
The scenery la unsurpassed and tlx water la
strong with mineral properties. No. I la strong
w.th Iron, No. II with tnauuesia, sulphur arid Iron-a
free use of tho water haa proved au unfailing reme
dy lor Dysp psla, Jaundice, Liver Complaint,
Kidney alloflilons and Chrome Diarrhoea. As a
summer resort Dlion Hprtnga ll deservedly popu
lar, being untet, secluded and cool, free from dust
and mowitiltooa. Uuason from first of June t first
i ii l too
JOS. B. l.KMKS,
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