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THE DAILY OAIIIO BULLETIN : SUNDAY MORNING, JUNK l5', l82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Nr: RalUUa Bui I dim, WashlitRton Atodos
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OFluiAL PAPIROF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL 1TKMS.
Nutm-a lu thin col .nun, mnt cuiiIh per line for
Brd and five cents pur lua nai-h nulioqiiMiit liner
liou. For una work, .l-ici-iits yur liuu. For one
month, ) cent per lino.
OLMSTEAD ..V WINTER,
Auctioneers ami Commission MiTclmnts,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial ami Washington Ava.
Consignments Solit ited.
If you want a good square meal cull on
Charles Schocnmyer. lie has also accom
modation for a few muru day hoarders.
His table is known to he tiat class ami
Out of tli fire, cor. of bib mid Levee, my
ice house and office in ut prescut t . the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, c
tween 8th and 9th streets. Onlers will he
filled Bftuie as usual, but h wholesale and
retail. Wagous supply regularly every day.
Funii.xlied Rooms for Rent.
Several large furnished rooms for rent up
stairs iu The Bulletin building. Apply
to Mrs. Kir.uEHAi.u.
tight to ten good horses, suitable for Htreet
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Ry. Co. City Depot at 2Sth st.
tf C. V. Nkff, Supf.
Branch Butcher Shop.
Ou Saturday morning we will open a
branch butcher shop, on Eighth street, in
the house lately occupied by Win. Win
ter's grocery, where will be kept at all tunes
for the city trade, choice cut meats of all
kinds, which will be delivered, free of
charge, to any part of the city.
Jesse Hinki.k & Son. 4t
Bought and Leased.
I have bought the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Koehler to attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will bo constantly kept on
hand and patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
6team sausage factory of Koehler Brothers
on Seventeenth street, and will be
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of the he-t nihility on short
notice. Orders from abroad and ut home
solicited anil promptly tilled.
Cll AHLKS (ill.llOKEIt.
200 Boxes Lemons
En route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Carini, Catania,
and Verdelli, which I oiler to the city and
country trade at reasonable ju ices.
S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June l!Kh, 1HS2.
J. A. N H ULKS,
174 WASHINGTON AVKNI i;,
between 10th and Ulh streets, gives no
tice to the people of Cairo and the public
in general, that ho has established himself
in business again, and is prepared to receive
orders loriiontleinon s line Boots and Shoes
of the best workmanship and material, lie
will also have on hand at all times a good
assortment of Boots and Shoes of his own
make, lie has a lot of his own ready made
work which was saved from the tiro in
good order, and which he will sell at cost
pric.,, Thankful for the liberal patronage
will go1 f!if. was favored in the punt, he
JBlniiiii, 1 linO.w. umoiYs",'.
Caiuo; Jnu'3r---UH Imy .
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 box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at (J. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of y,mr bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and curelul attention.
Geo. W. Sl'KNtE.
- Use Tub Caiiio Bulletin perforated
ncralch-book, made of calendered jute
immilla, equally good for ink or pencil. Vol
sale, iu three sizes, at the ollice. No. a and
3. fire and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Cottaoe for hknt, iu good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
The Bulletin building.
tf. Mhh. FnzaEiiALi).
Receipt books, Cairo date hue, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat'H Retail Ice Box.
Couhumen of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in CundifTa toro where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be oh
taincd. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just the same ai by drivers of wagons, tf.
The ComiqUu Brass Baud and Orchestra
can be engaged for balls, parties, picnics,
excursions, ifcc, either day or night. Par
ties engaging the above hand are at liberty
to use orchestra and brass band at the same
time. For terms, apply to A. L. (Joss,
Leader of Brass Bund.
P. S. Wo play nothing but the latest
and best music.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notions In Hman columns, tuu rem per llnu,
inch lusnrtlori. Markiul
100 pieces f new prints at 5c per
yard at Stuart's.
Plain buntings tic per yar 1 at J. Bur
The trial of Samuel Hazel, the brutal
child murderer, will come off thiB week be
fore Judge Browning.
The rivers are still rising very slowly
above Cairo, but show signs of weakening
and will soon be dueling again.
Adams A: Wcsllako Oil Stoves, at
Davidson's. Best on Earth. Ut
Mrs. Bridget Coyle, living on Com
mercial avenue, between Twenty first aud
Twenty second streets, died yesterday. Her
funeral will take place to day.
Dr. Moore of St. Louis owner ol con
siderable Cairo property, now in his both
year, was mariied on the 17th in'st to a
Miss. Poindcxttr, a maiden of sixty.
Tin; second story of Mr. F. Vincent's
new buck houtie on Eighth street will be
occupied by Mr. A. O. Phelp's as a photo
J. Burger will open a full lino of fine
lace buntings ut 10c per yard. at
New lino of hosiery just received at
Stuart's. Ypu will find our prices lower
In spite of the warm clear weather of
the last few days, when it might be expected
that all farmers would be engaged in their
field, the ferry bout three States has bion
crowded with teams nearly every trip.
The correspondent of the Chicago
Tribune, who was hero in attendance upon
the late Republican county convention, says
in his report iu the Tribune that James
Dumrou is a nephew of Thomas.
100 difb-reiit pieces of sheet music 5c
each. Regular price, joe, or two for file.
J. Burger. at
Mr. A. P. Schroeders large brick resi
lience on Eighth street is rapidly approach
ing completion. Although it stands high
and its doors ami windows wore all open
during the late hurricane, it was not dam
aged at all.
Mr. II. T. (lerould expresses goat faith
in the artesian well he is driving at Kline's
brickyard, and believes that a steady flow
of pure water will be obtained iu a very
few days. Pore water is what we need
and long for; good beer is always plenty.
Ladies' and gentlenieiis' shoes will be
closed out at low prices. Cull and see them
at J. Burger's dry goods store. at
New line of lawns, 5, 7, 8 and 10c, at
Stuart's popular and reliable dry goods
At the signal ollice tiie thermometer
marked seventy-two degress yesterday. At
different other parts ot the city it ranged
from ninety-two to ninety six. According
to the reports from different points, Cairo's
temperature was ten degrees lower than the
Messrs. Clark & Babcock, who opened
ailrug store on Washington avenue in one
of Mr. Thomas Keane's new buildings soiie)
time ago, have removed. They will store
their goods in Cobden, aud look out for an
other location for the fall season. They
did well enough here during their short
We learn by a cull published iu the
Argus by the secretary of the committee
that the Democratic Senatorial Convention
of this, the 50th district, will meet at
Jonesboro on the lllth of July. Alexander
county is entitled to seven delegates.
The estimated gross earnings of tho
Illinois Central Railroad Company for the
week ending June M were as follows
Freights, 111,010; passengers, 12,111
miscellaneous, $27,150; total, $11, 2JI. The
actual earnings for the coi responding period
last year were .f 1J 1 ,5S..
Iu special locals this morning appears
the notice of Professor Al. Ooss, leader of
the Coin'ipie cornet band and orchestra, to
the utl' ct that the baud is open to engage
ments for entertainments of all kinds. The
Cairo public has already learned that, to
have really flue music, Prof. (Vims' band
must be secured.
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j. j.urgcr win oner great nargains in
lans, parasols, lace mits and gloves, both
lisle and silk, 2t
The Ut. Kev. Oeorgo F. Seymour, I).
D.. L. L. I)., bishop of Springfield, will
viit the Church of the Redeemer to-day.
Hours of service, as follows: 11 a. m., ami
8 p in. At the morning service tho holy
communion will be celebrated, and at the
evening service, the rite of confirmation
will be administered. Bishop Seymour
will preach at both services.
In the light of political events in this
vicinity during the last few days, tho fol
lowing, from the Harrisburg Chronicle,
sounds real melancholy: "Democrats who
are hoping for disscutiuu in the Republican
party will be sadly disappointed. Discord
nud inconsistency are tho traditions of
democracy; they don't belong to Republicanism."
A shooting affray occurred at Belmont,
Mo., Friday evening, between two men
named J. F. Gardner ami Charles Kilgood,
in which tho latter, who was agent there
for Mr. II. A. Hannon, of this city, was tho
victim, and was killed. The murderer es
caped, and tho remains of Mr. Kilgood wore
taken to Ailingtoii, Ky., for burial.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. S. William-,
sou met with an accident wdiich might have
proved very serious. She wub standing on
one of the counters in her millinery estab
lishment, arranging some goods on the
shelves, when she made a misstep and fell
heavily to the floor. Fortunately she was
not much hurt, uud was able to he about
again after a few hours.
The wagon factory of Mr. John Ma
jor, on Tenth street, received orders Iroin
and shipped wagons of different kinds to
(iolcondn, HI.; ,; Madrid, Mo.; Texar
kana, Texas; St. Louis, Mo., and Camden,
Ark. 'Orders from other places were re
coived but could not bo filled during last
week. This is refreshing news in tho midst
of a general complaint on accouut of dull
From to-morrow until the 15th of Scj
tember, the day upon which the negro
Samuel Redden is to hang, is just eighty
two days' The murderer recieved his sen
tence with the greatest unconcern possible,
not even deigning to look at tho court wheu
the sentence was pronounced. But the
audience acted differently, much excitement
was manitet.ted and even threats immediate
execution of the prisoner were made.
About twenty teams are employed in
St. Mary's park, under direction of the
Fourth of July arrangement committee,
raising the race track in one place about
fifteen inches, in order to bring it above sipe
water milk. Citizens are invited to visit
the park about Tuesday with their buggies
and help to solidify tho new-made portion
of the track by driving over it.
J. Burger oilers his entire stock of
summer goods at prices that will astonish
every buyer. Call and convince yourself. 2t
The Diet, combination will remain
during this week at Mr. Harry Walker's
Theati r Comique, aud will produce an en
tirely new and very attractive programme.
Every member of the combination is a first
class performer, and the other members of
the company are equally so, as all who vis
ited the Coniiiiii; during last week will tes
tify. But this week will bo one of unusual
interior, and the house should be crowded
every night. It
The Pulaski Patriot denies that W.T.
Scolt assisted the colored voters of Pulaski
county in obtaining the county clerkship
at the Republican convention held there
recently, anc) says the colored voters "re
ceived the nomination of Mr. Harris with
out the aid of parties outside of the con
vention." "Received" is good. The Pat
riot would convey the idea that "to receive"
and "to take against protest" are synoni
The CoiniiUe band, Prof. Al. Ooss,
leader, has made application to those hav
ing the Anna fair trial in charge for a place
in the contest for the one hundred and
fifty dollar prize offered for the best organ
ized band in southern Illinois. A favorable
answer was received some days ago from
tho proper committee at Anna, and it is
now a certainty that the band will bo one
of the contestants and will carry off tho
prize. The fair begins on the HOth of
Oreat reductions in dress goods to close
the season at Stuart's reliable dry L'oods
house. Note the following reductions:
Our entire lino of best buntings roducci
from 25c and ;i()c to aOc. Uuus' veiling
reduced from 75c to (!2e, nuus' veiling n
dticed from 50c to 10c, nuns' veiling re
duced from 05o to 50c; one lot of lace bunt
ing reduced from 25c. to 15c; one lot of
lace bunting reduced from G5u to 50c. We
are determined to make a clean sweep In
our dress goods department. Buyers o
these goods will find it to their advantage
to insjH'ct this offering.
Mr. E l. Seantland, who is shipping
agent hero for Heverat large commission
bouses iu the north, aud sends large quan
tities of potatoes, watermelons, etc., north
from Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri every
yum, made a trip into Missouri yesterday,
and contradicts the report that melons will
be early and plortiful this year, Ho found
all melon vines in a very backward state of
development, and no signs of a melon any
where as yet. Melons promise, therefore,
to bo much later this year than they were
last. Potatoes were also in no condition to
give promise of anything like an overage
Last year Ueti. Hazon, the chief signal
officer, published an official report on tor
undoes, and is now preparing a work giving
details of the ravages, characteristics, and
general phenomena of tho worst storms that
have occurred in the United States. In the
list of tornadoes occurring last year Kansas
is put down for (12; Illinois, 54; Missouri,
41; New York, 115; Georgia, IK); Iowa, 111;
Ohio, 23 ; Indiana, 27, and so ou. This sea-
sou tornadoes havu occurred in not less
than a dozen states, one of the most violent
being iu Pennsylvania, den. Hazen's re
port indicates that June is the month in
which tornadoes have occurrod most fre
quently. They have been more frcquunt in
April, May aud September than iu July aud
August. Michigan., Illinois, Iowa, Mis
souri and Kaneus have had a duublu dose
We wi'd close out an elegant line of
laces, embroideries and while goods, re-
gaidless of cost. J. Burger. 2t
A few of The Bulletin's exchanges,
(all Republican, however), havo discovered
evidences of unfaithfulness to the Demo
cratic party, in Tine Bulletin's utterances
iu favor of Captain Thomas, for the Repub
lican nomination for congressman from this
district. Tho few Republican papers arc
wilfully deceiving themselves. The Bui,
i.htin is a Democratic paper and proposes
to remain so, But it is not a "moss back"
journal, nor is it a bit cowardly. It does
not believe in denouncing all men and all
things simply because they aro Republican;
imr does it believe in pursueing a policy of
entire neutrality, miscalled "indepen
deuce," win n a (icrcu contest between right
and wrong, the result of which may serious
ly affect the general public, is raging either
upon Republican or Democratic ground.
(J'lict neutrality m the part of
newnpaper at such a time is strong
proof of either cowardliness, criminal cure
lensness, or designing mercenurincss. )ur
iug all this fierce contest between the Re
publican aspirants for congress iu this dis
trict, The Bulletin has said nothing that
can bo distorted into a relinqishmout of its
claims to a Democratic sentiment, and if
any there be who claim otherwise, and
liopH otherwise, they shall have ample time
and reason to recover from their delusion
before this campaign is over.
lu his speech before the Republican
county convention iu this city last Satur
day, Mr.' Crews, of Mount Vernon, indulged
very freely in praises of the "good, old Re
publican party," and his chief argument
for Mr. Stratton, and upon which ho dwelt
with tiresome persistency, was that Mr.
Stratton was a firm adheraat of the Re
publican party. To this no objection can
be made, except that there are some con
foundedly mean Republicans, (if the tes
timony of Republicans heie themselves is to
be believed), and they arejuot all in peniten
tiaries either. But, iu the course of his
wild eulogy, Mr. Crews made the asser
tion that the public schools of our land
were the recruiting offices of the Repub
lican party. This is a bold admission for a
Republican to make, but it is glaring, out
rageous truth. Not only is the civil ser
vice and the public money used in the at
tempt to perpetuate Republican supremacy
and Republican plunder in the land, but
even the public schools, maintained by the
people of all parties and conditions for the
education of the youth, are prostituted to
the. vile purposes of Republican political
demagogues and by what right? What
authority is there, either in law or equity,
for making partisan politics a branch of
the common education offered in our com
mon schools, at the expense of the common
people? None but Republican determina
tion lo control at all hazards,
and, as amply proven in the
presidential campaign of 170 and by
tho political events in this county during
the last few days, honesiy, patriotism, yea.
even majorities, must give way to this
By the courtesy of Mr. Miles W. Par
ker's, efficient deputy, Mr.Oeorge E. Olm
sted, we arc enabled this morning to place
before the readers of Tn k Bulletin the
following statement of the ascsM:d value
of town and city lots in Alexander county,
for tho year 1882. The city of Cairo, w ith
its various additions, has 7,u72 lots valued
by the assessor ut $1, 120,922. The old city
of Thebes, formerly the county seat of this
county, is now content with 2'J0 lots, the
moderate value of which is fi,:J7". Santa
Fe claims to have a "local habitation and
a name," her 112 lots being valued at
2,7;i;J. Clear Creak, a town of some pro
tendons a few years ago, now only claims
to have 15 lots which, at a fair valuation, an
worth not more than $720. Unity, a place
that was at one time the termini of the
Amsterdam railroad, is now mostly ownei
oy our sneriil, Mr. John jiouge. lie pays
taxes on 44 lots, valued at fS()5, which is
all of this delectable city. "Jack's" name
sake, Hodges Paik, is doing much better
than in Unity. For a number of months it
was the stopping place of the St. Louis and
Cairo railroad, aud has 185 lots which are
actually worth $5,722 of anybody's money.
Elco is also on tho Amsterdam railroad,
but has less pretentions than Hodges Park,
being further from Cairo. Shu only has
45 lots that her citizens say are not worth
to exceed $2,5110. Sandusky, another pros
perous village, with a fine country surround
ing, has 12 lots upon which its denizens are
willing to pay taxes at an assessed value of
$8110. Many of our readers, perhaps, aiu
not aware that there is in our county such a
place, as Warrentoii. But there is, ami
there are 10 lots thcreiu, upon which their
owners are willing to pay taxes ou a valua
tion of 1:125. To recapitulate, wo haveiu
Alexander county, 7,071 town aud city lots,
valued at $1,1:18,1152, the most of which
are in the city of Cairo. Next week we
hope to he able to give to our readers the
assessed value of lauds and personal prop
city of tho county, with a comparative
statement of former years, Mr. Pai ker has
been taking greater pains to he accurate in
his statement, uud his figures tusy he re
Tho Johnson. County Journal, Judgo
Ilamrou's organ iu his own county, congrat
ulates itself aud the people of Johnson
county, that the judge "scored his last vic
tory at the late convuutiou here."
Tho Journal certainly congratulates
itself too soou, and without a knowledge of
What Celebrated Authors
I I AVE
Cimtlv thy liuhll h tliy jiiunu ruu tiny.
lint nut xpn i.il In iiinr.y, rich, nut candy;
l-iii ll, r nji,un I ut rii':Uiniii the man.
iii-'-h Iiiih i, m irn' i H 'rt up hi 'h i c iii.lurt of nuriktiid. Liit any
UiriiiuiiUnil binnu'l mill dirty IiuhIh, old mirluut. miiluil neckcloth
and a ueiiuml m-trll jr.-i n u ol di-i-nt, ho nil!, in H prolmliillty, find a cor
r(.'KMimliiii? ilifiKinitiuu of iiddrii'i'. Sir Jolm UnrruiKton.
l'r.ici:fni'ii nilvFtr.ad.ru. mid alt fiat fund ul frliipury, fiirnlnliuil nut
liy (IiilliliTH, Imrherf, mid llrunomen mcidi an trail v, iiilliiriirn tin
mind Into vuie ratliiii An Knipinir In hln night rap' would nut inert
with hull the ron:ct of an Knipuror with a rrowu. tiu'iliMiiltli.
No oiih more than thu Iviieln-r mud nioru ran:ful)y propnm himself
externally In order In appe ar to h plipila w hat hu vi n-lite lo lie
Liurht liy tin-in - (.'ulton.
If you desire to follow the sayings of some of great authors, buy your Clothing ai
Furnishing Goods of J. Burger b Bro., who, believing "Clothing makes the man," ke
"" allien goooH as can oe oniaine'i, ami otter tliem at prices to suit all.
J. 13uik.m :u it m?o,
the facts. Judge Damron went into the
county convention here with only two pre
cints in the county instructed for him,
from which there wi re not contesting del
egations, while Captain Thomas ht'l lifteen
precincts, from which there were ao con
testing delegations. Judge Damron had
only ten delegates whose seat.i
were not in dispute, Captain
Thomaj had thirty d.dngiites whose
feats were undisputed. Of the precincts
from which two d"legUoiis were sint,
which weie lie- First, Second and Third
Cairo precincts, Captain Thomas won,l,
have leceived at least two, ai'ler the com
mittee on credentials h id gotten through
with the delegates. This conclusion is
borne out by the fact that four of the Dam
ron delegates --elected in two of these pre
cincts, having become disgusted with the
gross fraud piacticed by the faction which
selected them, forsook Damron and sided
with the Thomas faction in the Court house
Thus it appears that had all delegates
whose seats wire known to be cofiteited.
been ruled out in the preliminary oiganiz i
tion, Captain Thomas would have had a
majority of twenty. It is evident, th.-re
fore, that, had right prevailed, there would
have been no split in the convention, and
Captain Thomas would have received the
instructions from the whole. But the right
lid not prevail. The Damron faction had
foreseen that nothing but foul play would
secure them what they Bought, and under
the leader.-. hip ol the judge they concocted
a idiot diabolical scheme to defeat the will
of the majority. But iu this they did not
succeed. The Thomas majority were too
sharp tor them. They broke into the ar
rangeinent by adjourning the convention,
after having completed the temp irary or
ganization by electing Dr. Maxey chair
man, and Mr. L'onard, secretary. To say
that Judge Damron the victor, is as
much as to say that the judge's ten dele
gates were more than Captain Thomas'
thirty. In" equity, Captain Thomas is the
victor, what he will be iu the hands of
"ham-fed" Republican dishing punishers,
remains to be seen.
JAPANESE (T PS AND SAUCERS.
Persons who failed to receive cups and
sauceis at llie Japanese tea party, can now
obtain them by presenting their checks at
llaythorn eV Sloo's, during the coining
week. Mits. (iloiu.i: Fisiikii, Sec.
Died -At ten minutes pa.'t three o'clock,
on Saturday morning, June 24th, 1S12, af
ter a painful illness, Mrs. Bridget Coyle,
aged forty-four years, (formerly of Villa
Ridge.) The funeral will start fron her
residence, on Commercial avenue, between
Twentieth and Twenty first streets, this
city, at half past one o'clock, this Sunday
afternoon, and proreed to St. Joseph's Cath
olic church, and thence to Fourteenth street
and Levee, and from there to Villa Ridge,
by special train. The friends of the
deceased are respectfully invited to attend.
In the report of the "Dauuoii Conven
tion" published iu Friday's Argus my name
appears in the list of Senatorial Delegates.
It is but justice to myself to say that the
use of my name in that connection was and
is wholly without my consent or authority
and I desire to enter my protest thereto.
I was neither present at the time my
name was reported as such delegate, nor was
I a member of, or acting with said conven
tion. Inasmuch as I took no part in either
of the conventions held in this city on the
22nd I take this method of giving notice
that I shall not act as such delegate.
"Dixon Springs," unlike other summer
resorts, is rural in its appointments, coin
billing the comforts of homo with the free
dom tf camp 1 J lo.
are nut hot and crowded, with plastered
walls, but are sepurute, cool cottages giv
ing free access when dcbired to pure moun
Hie I 'aliuH'Clothi
i is l'UoMirN.uu'.s
are n. it thus - ul faohion requiring much
inn- for dn-s-i ami little fur enjoyment, but
an- shady w ilks through deep cool valleys
, in grind n wooils hihI over rocks and
j I i;N Ireelrnin ilust and inoMju it,,( ,
j ITS WATI.Ih
I are ir.,n, sulphur and magnesia, delightful
to the taste and strengthening to the t-rs-teui.
Invalids suffering from dyspepsia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney ci-m-plaints,
loss of appetite, debility an'd kin
dred diseases, are especially benefitted by
Visitors will find many improvements
made for their comfort and convenience;
r Minis have been made more private; new
cottages have been built, and reception
r . mis added, but care Ins at all times
been taken not to make any change that
would iletract from or alter the rural, coun
try, farm like, summer mode of living,
whose freedom has made life at "Dixon
Springs" bo pleasant and popular.
TIIK H UMlI Ki;
is aliUiew, simple and clean. New mat
trexsen, new springs and new bedsteads have
been placed in all the cottages. The table
ware ia best white ware, with silver ktiivc
Tin: t I11EK cook
is a man of 1 nig experience as a titeamb iat
meat and pastry cook. The fare is abundant
aud appetites always good.
A good laundry is countered with the t-.,.
Ublishment and guests can have washing
done at reasonable rates.
AMI.' ."KM K.N I S.
These luve riot been overlooked. A
string baud belongs to the house, and. lane
ing can be indulged in every night. The
"Park" furnishes a in ignificent croquet and
archery ground, and a grand "Stury &
Camp" piano is kept for the use of guests.
ALLEN- sTIUSo's I'OST OFFICE, I'Ol'K ('"! NTV
is one fourth of a mile from the sprin"s
and the tntil coach paws through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and S atur
day, and from (lolconda on Monday, Wed
nesday uud Friday, thus making a daily
arrival and departure of the mails.
You aro cordially invited to come to
"Dixon Springs" an 1 spend a few days or
weeks in its cool shades dining the hot
Everything possible will be done to ren
der your visit a plea-ant one.
Our rates uro $J.00 per week. Other
summer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates are U0 per
cent, below their old prices, we make no
advance over the old rates.
Jos. K. Lemen, Proprietor.
Wa nlerti'il hya majority of U'n tlnmmiuil voUm
--to he the fluent 5c. cl-ur iu the iiiarkoi.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMKKTKIttf, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 wcckn
TL'ITION FOR TERM
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Couimou 8chont, Academic and Commercial
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