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THE DAILY WILLETO
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OFi'lOiAL. fAI'KU UP CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LWh HEMS.
NiUce iii itui" column, iMniit ccuik pur llnu for
Amt mnl (We ccnu nor luiu turn nulimuUtinl lumr
Hull. Kur mm wuuk. W cunts our lino. Kor one
month, W ecu i h pur llnu.
OLMSlTiAI) & WINTEK,
Auctioneers nml Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Kighth Strut t,
Between Commercial and Washington Ava.
If you want u good to pure meal call on
Onirics Schocumycr. llu has also accom
modation lor a lew more day hoarders.
His table is known to bo lirat cluss and
Out of the tire, cor. of th and Levee, my
ico house and ollico in at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington uvenue, be
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled sumo as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
FurniHueA'lloonis lor Kent.
- lterSTTiirge furnished rooms for rent up
Btairs in The Bulletin building. Apply
to Mrs. FrrzuKHALD.
eight to ten good horses, suitable for street
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Ry. Co. City Depot at 28th st.
tf C. V. Nhkk, Supt.
Nought ami Leased.
I have bought the meat shop, stuck and
fixtures, heretofore ruu 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 bu constantly kept on
Laud and patronage, both wholesale and
retuil, is solicited. I have ulso leased the
steam sausage factory of Koehler Hroihers
on Seventeenth Htrcwt, ami will bo
prepared to furnish tiny variety or quantity
of sausages of the bc4 quality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited and promptly filled.
Caiko, III., June 2t!tli, 1882.
To thu Public:
I want it distinctly understood that W.
C. Nowsom has no ollico witli me.or is in
auy way connected with mo in collecting.
It A. Comikos.
200 Boxes Lemons
En route, consisting of thu following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Curiui, Catania,
und Vurdelli, which I oiler to thu city und
couutry trade at reasonable prices.
8. K. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June l!Mh, lMtW.
J. A. NICKLES,
171 WASHINGTON AVK.Nl'K,
between 10th and 11th streets, gives no
tice to the people of Cairo and the public
in general, that he has established hi nisei I
in business again, and in prepared to receive
orders fbrGontloineri's h'nu limits and Shoes
of thu best workmanship and material. He
will also have on hand at all times a good
assortment of Hunts aid Shoes of his own
make. He has a lot of bis own ready-made
work which was saved Inmi the lire in
good order, and which he will sell at cost
price. Thankful for tho liberal patronage
with which ho was favored in the past, he
hopes lor thu same at his new stand.
Caiho, June 15,1882. 2w
JS'olicu toCoiiHiiiiieiH of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho ncason
delivering ice toall parts of the city. I
bave also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walter' and at my ollico on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may Im left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and eurelul attention.
tlico. W. SriiNCK.
Use This Caiko IIullktin imiforated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
Kale. In three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
X. fho and tun cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Cotta'jk Kou itK.NT, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tub Bulletin building.
tf. Mud. Fitzokualii.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sate at tho Cairo Bulletin
Bproat'u Retail Ice Box.
Cousumuu of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiir n store where
ico in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just thu same at by drivers of wagons, tf.
Wantkd: A white girl to do general
house work. Apply to M. A.Waldku,
second door above Hui.i.ictin office on
Washington avenue. 2t.
Summer Excursion Tickets. -The
Illinois Central railroad lias now on
sale excursion tickets to all thu principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. II. Jonos, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. 11. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
The Comiquo Brass Band and Orchestra
can bo engaged for balls, parties, picnics,
excursions, &c, either day or night. Par
ties engaging thu above band aro at liberty
to use orchestra aud brass band at the same
time. For terniB, apply to A. L. (loss,
Leader of Brass Band.
P. S.- Wo pluy nothing but the latest
and best music.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theso columns, ion ccuti per Una,
audi Insertion. Mtrkori
Ge to King's Ice Cream Garden to
Thu city hospital has but two patients
loft and they tiro both nearly all right.
On and after to day Professor Floyd's
school will open at 8 o'clock a. m. It.
Seu notice in special locals of hired
girl wanted by M. A. Walder.
Magistrate' Coinings has a notice of
some importance in special locals this morn
ing. - "
There is talk of putting, ILoh' John H.
Obcrly on the track fn ' congressman from
tho Blooinirgton district.
--"for the Fourth of July thu Illinois
Coutral railroad will acll tickets from Cairo
to all stations at one and one-third for
Tho "Comiquo" nine "put it onto" the
"Arabs" last Sunday in a match game up
town. The scoru Htood twenty one for the
latter and thirty eight for tho former.
Persons who contemplate making atrip
to some summer resort this summer, should
read the notice of tho Illinois Central rail
road company, in special locals this morn
ing. Tho rivers uro falling at nearly all
the principal points above Cairo, also here.
It is the opinion of Sergeant Ray, that the
Ohio will now continue to lull rapidly at
this point. Open sewers and lack of sipu
water will be the blessed results.
Tho hot weather has turned the atten
tion of the people towards Dixon Springs,
and some thirty or forty, mostly women
and children, of Cairo, have engaged rooms
commencing on the 3rd of July, and anoth
er largo party are arranging for a raid on
that place about thu 15th.
Another grand free entertainment at
King's Ico Cream Garden to-night. It
A new two story brick stable will soon
bo built upon a vacant lot in the rear of
Mr. Hreilian's soda factory. It will front
Fourth street and Railroad avenue. It will
bo fifty feet long by tweuty live wide. The
larger portion of it-will bo used by Mr.
Breihan as a horse and feed stable, and its
internal arrangement will be of tho neat
est and completest order. The brick for
the building is already on the ground.
Next Friday (luiteau will hang. Allef
I'uits to save him have failed. Thu murder
er's sister saught an interview with Mrs.
Garfield Friday, for the purpose of inducing
her to intercede for the doomed man, but
she did not succeed in gaining an interview.
The petition for a respite, sent to tho presi
dent by a number of New Yorkers, was
under discussion at a cabinet meeting Sat
unlay, but the rcult of the discussion was
We have just received a copy of the
most popular piece of music ever published
in this country, called tho "Verdict March,"
composed by Eugene L. Blake. It is writ
ten in an easy Btyb', so that it can be played
on either piano or organ, Tho title page is
very handsome, containing correct portraits
of Hon. Geo. B. Cork hill, Hon. J.K. Porter,
and Judge W. S. Cox; also a correct picture
ofthe twelve jurymen w ho convicted tho as
sassin of our late 1 iclovod President. This
piece of tmmie should bu found In every
household throughout the entire country.
Price, 10 cents per copy, or !1 copies for $1.
Postage Htiunpe taken ascurreiicy. Address
all order to F. W. Helmick, Music Pub
lisher, 180 Elm Street Cincinnati, ().
Grand illumination and good music at
King's Ice Cream Garden to-night. Free
to all. It
Saturday Sheriff Hodges, Magistrate
Comings, County Commissioner Saup and
several other gentlemen, paid a visit to
Unity to explore an interesting natural
curiousity which exists there. Tho curiosity
is a couple of springs of mineral water
which How from a beautiful spot and lur
nihh a largo quantity of puro, healthy
water. The water of one of the springs
contains lurge proportions of magnesia and
alum, and the other, sulphur and iron. Both
are on Captain liodge's land, and he will
probably uiako thu place attractive tor a
sort of neighborly summer resort. Samples
of tho water, of both springs, was brought
down and left with Messrs, Barclay Bros,
to bu analyzed.
THE DAILY OAIKO 1WLLKTIN:
Rev. John B. Martin, railway secretary
of a Young Men's Christian association of
the northern part of this state, is in the
city since last week, holding religious
meetings among the railroad employes of
the Illinois Central railroad. Last Sunday
was his first meeting, held near thu stone
depot, and was well attended. Ho will
remain here at least two months, aud it may
bu permanently. Ho is an energetic woik
erin the good cause, and a good speaker.
His efforts among thu railroadmen here
promise good results.
Tho meeting of tho ladies of the Epis
copal church, announced for yesterday af
ternoon, was postponed on account of ihe
heavy rain, until ten o'clock this morning,
when it will take place at Mrs. M. F.Gil
beits. The ladies are perfecting arrange
ments for an attractive lunch stand at. St.
Mary's park, on the Fourth of July. It
will be erected on a uovol plan, and taste
fully decorated, and attended by some
skilfu'l ami accomplished waiters. Sub
stantial lunches will bu prepared, in fancy
paper boxes, several thousand of which
have been ordered from Chicago, and will
bu supplemented by hot coffee, iced tea,
pieB and other good things suitable to
tempt and satisfy thu hungry. Although a
large undertaking to feed so many people,
the ladies will exert themselves to serve all
acceptably, and add their quota to the
success of the occasion.
The Mississippi river monster has not
yet made his appearance this year, and
peoplu interested in Ins welfare aie be
ginning to get troubled about him. It isat
about this season that he is m'u'aVly
discovered by a Memphivor t. Louis news
paper, wkvc'ii gives an elaborate and eon
W.ienliotis account of the monster's ap
pearance, us gleaned from thu lips of Cap
tain James Somebody, "one ofthe oldest
and most reliable pilots on the river, and a
man who under no circumstances would be
guilty of a wilful misstatement." This
year, however, tho columns of Memphis
and St. L mis newspapers are searched in
vain for tho thrilling story, and hence the
anxiety about thu monster's welfare. He
may havu contracted a cold on his lungs in
thu frigid deep sea depths, where he resorts
in winter, or he may havu hurt himself in
a combat with a whalu. Whatever thu
cause his absence is noted with uneasiness
by his friends all over the country.
The London papers havu discussed at
much length tho results of revaccination ns
exhibited in the casu of between 10,000
and 11,000 persons permanently employed
in the postal services, all of whom Were re
quired to undergo revaccination on admis
sion to the service, unless that operation
had been performed within seven years
previously. Among these persons, accord
ing to the data now officially published,
there has not occurred a single fatal case of
small pox, and in only ten cases non-fatal
attacks, all of these being of a very slight
character. On tho other hand, it appears
that the telegraph department, where the
enforcement of revaccination was not.carried
out with the sainu completeness, twelve
cass occurred in the same period among a
stalf averaging about 1,500; eight of these
attacks were of persons not rovaccinated,
and one proved fatal, while the remaining
four were of rovaccinated persons, who all
perfectly recovered without pitting.
The Damron and Thomas delegates to
the state convention at Springfield left the
city yesterday, to prepare for the meeting
of the Htste convention, which takes place
to morrow. This convention will be the
first to decide whether the Thomas or the
Damron convention in this city wai the
proper one and its decision will probably
have some ellect upon the senatorial and
congressional conventions. It is believed,
and with some reason, that, outside of their
boualidii claims, tl'e Thomas delegation
stands n better chance of being recognized,
because it was instructed to vote for Messrs.
Stratton and Smith, whoso influence will
be exerted in their favor in the convention.
Thu Damron delegates aru not instructed
for any state ollicer, and they hope to hull
themselves to tho highest bidderthat is,
they will vote for the man who
promises to use tho most influence
to seat them in thu convention'
This would bu entirely consistent with the
manner in which they were (-elected. To
morrow niijit will tull who is wim, and
which is whut.
About one o'clock rtiiiurday night a
tight of a serious character occurred on
Commercial avenue, below Sixth street. A
parly of men were playing dice in the
saloon of Messrs. Stedgala Bros. In the
parly was Mr. Ciry Newsoin uud Mr. Thos.
Sullivan. A dispute arose from the game
in which hard words and names were
passed between Newsoin ami Sullivan.
Young Jack Sullivan interfered in favor of
his father, and some one ulso sided with
Newsoin. Tho Sullivnns retreated, and Ihe
younger one was followed by Nowsom who
had drawn a knife, yet no blows were
struck. But when Newsoin roturnod to
the saloon door, and whilu stauding
there and quietly talking with Mr. Stuagaln,
Tout Sullivan struck him a
cowardly blow in tho head
with a chair from behind, knocking
him down and cutting his scalp badly.
Stuagaln then interfered fur Nowsom who,
when ho recoveiod, found young Sullivan
and Stuagala engaged in au iutorestiug lit-
tlo battle. NewBotn pickod up a club and
made both tho Sullivuus retreat from tbo
fluid. OOlcurs llogau ami Mc'ficuo ar
1UKSDAY MORN1NO. JUNK 27, m.
rested Tom Sullivan and Nowsom, and the
latter was yesterday llnud flvo dollars and
costs by Magistrate Comings for assault.
Tom Sullivan was also fined
five and cost by Justice R ibinson.
-Last evening's alarm of fire was oc
casioned by a lire in one of the show win
dows of Mr. C. R. Stuart's dry goods es
tablishment; but beloru anyot the engines
got to the scene of danger thu lire was
quenched by buckets of water thrown ou
by those employed in tho store. The fire
originated from a gas jet with which Bonie
of the finery in the window was accidental
ly made to come in coutact by Mr. James
Cannon, who was in tho window arranging
it. The lire was immediately discovered,
but it enveloped the entire window almost
instantaneously, and all the linest goods it
contained were consumed or rendered
valueless. Mr. Cannon bravely remained
in thu window some moments after the
ll ames had spread all around aud over him,
endeavoring to put them out and suve the
goods, audjlioliil succeed in throwing out a
few articles which escaped damage; but bis
hands were scorched in thu work. The
extreme heat caused every window pane
to buist, and the entire store was filled with
a dense Binoke for some time after the fire
was out. The excitement in the streets
was great and business was unusually brink
for some hours after. As thu goods in the
window were mostly of a costly character,
the loss will piobably reach two hundred
dollars, which is covered by insurance.
Thu work of construction goes brave,
on along the route of the Tttis and C.dro
uarroi;; it'iV'i' in Arkansas, Missouri and
Texas. Forty miles of new track have just
been completed, making 200 miles of fin
ished road in the states of Missouri ami
Arkansas. About 125 miles more have
been graded and are now rua'ly for the lay
ingot tho steel rails. Tho latter has refer
ence to the two states of Missouri and Ar
kansas. The upper end of the track has
been laid to a point within five mih s ol
Cairo, and will reach here by July 1, as
workmen are very busy pushing it through.
It is expected that the gap will bo tilled in
Arkansas by tho middle of October, if not
sooner, or just in time to haul tho new
cotton, which will begin to move in earnest
during that month. In Texas the track
has reached the crossing of tho Gulf, Colo
rado and Santa Fu road, 20 miles west ol
Waco, and will bo ready to do business
with that road by July 1. A depot is be
ing erected at that point, and when finished
the narrow gauge will bo in condition to
exchange business with the Gulf road. All
of tho bridges in process of erection are
going forward rapidly, and large force of
men aro at work constructing tho same.
Thu principal bridges will be crobS the Red,
Ouachita, Arkansas and White rivers. I'hey
will consist of iron draw spans with com
bination fixed spans. The piers are being
sunk by the hydraulic process.
Ou Wednesday of last week two men
and a woman camu to Mrs. P. K. Howard,
ami engaged board and lodging for a week
or two. They being transients, Mrs. How
ard asked for an advance of funds, which
they did not make, Baying that they fiad no
money, but expected a draft thu next morn
ing, -and would then make
thu advance desired. They gave their
names as E. II. Mowery and wife,
and Win. Mowery, of St. Louis. Mrs.
Howard consented to the arrangement,
gave the party supper, lodging and bre ik
fast. When at noon on Thursday the wo
man came down to dinner alone, Mrs. How
ard asked her where her husband was, and
she replied that they would "be down di
rectly." But the men did not come, the
woman left also, aud when Mrs. Howard
went to the room occupied by the trio, she
found it deserted, baggage and all. Chief
Myers was notified and a description given
him. lie sent the oMccrs out on the hunt,
and soon found thu party who wuru on the
wharfboiit, about to depart for further
south. Tho trunk was attached and thu
people went down the river without it on
Ihu first stearnur, feeling very much in
jured that they had been made to J tout
fair" with a Cairo boarding house. But
the did was not yet. Last Saturday brought
a gentleman here from St. Louis who hunted
up the chief, introduced himself as Mr. J. II.
Genu, and stated that he was in search of his
runaway wife and her paramour. By a de
scription of the three before mentioned
persoiiH, given him by tho chief, ho recog
nizud thu parties of whom he was in search.
The man who passed hero as the woman's
hiisbun i gave his right name, E. II. Mow
"' t lu woman was Mrs. Germ, and thu
younger man was Win, 1 laden, not Mowery,
ns he had stated all wuru from St. Louis.
It was a real eloping party, and they had
succeeded wull enough until they got heru,
But from heru fate began to turn against
them, and it is likuly that even now thu
woman's Hist Iotu, who followed the party
on the first boat after his arrival here, is
using arguments stronger than words to
iuduco her to rusuinu her allegiance to him,
In thu meantime, thu trunk remains on the
wharfboat to bu sold, when tho timu comes,
to meet thu board bill at tho "Howard
HON. JOHN Q. HARMON n.UD.
A special from Mount Vermin, tador dato
of Sunday, says i "A dispatch woj received
liuro to-day from Eureka Hpr'ngn, Ark.,
announcing that Hon. John (J. Harmon died
at that placu at 5 o'clock this morning. Ho
left here for Eureka Spring about ten days
ago, and although ho hl town 1" poor
health for omo time, no uuoiibluesg was
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J'mV"hIiii ra!vrade, und ull that fund of frlnpury, riimUht'd out
hv t'lutliliirs, InirlxTH, ami tiru-womoii mechmii ally, li llui iiee ih
in 1 1 1 1 into vuii"rilini. An Emprror In his lillit cap would not tin i-t
with I n!f the resprcl of an Kinpemr with a crown. li)'dinitti.
No one more than the teuchor mtiet more carefully prriar hlmsrlf
f X 1 1-r n nl 1 y In o.-di-r U appear to bin pliplU w hut he islits to In
I mil! lit by tlieui.-JC'uitoti.
If you tlostru to follow the sayings of some of great authors, buy your Clothing aud
Furnishing Goods of J. Burger it Bro,, who, believing ''Clothing makes the man," kei p
as tine and stylish goods as can be obtained, and offer them at prices to suit all.
felt, and he was well Enough to travel
unattu-idcd. Yesy" mnrning his wife
reecivid a ff)rnm frmn Eureka Springs
slatin'T, w;is iLitig-rutisty ill, and she
left on the afternoon train, but could not
reach there hel'me this afternoon. The
iuitoedi ite cause ol bis death was Blight's
disease. The f urn nil services will be held
in this pi ice probably Wednesday.
Mr. H at in in w is perhaps us extensively
known as any m m in Southern Illinois,
lie has held m ail) every office iu Alexan
der county, was s'Cittaiy of the constitu
tional convention of Wt'2, and also of the
convection that adopted the present statu
constitution, ami in 187S was elected clerk
of the appellatu court for the Fourth dis
trict for the term of six years."
Mr. Haimanis know i to have been suf
fering with Bright's diseases lor a number
of yciirs, hut it was only recently that dan
ger was apprehended. He went to St. Louis
aud consulted an eminent physician there,
who told him that all his vitals wi re
riotisly alT'cted and recoiiimcndod Eureka
Springs as a possible means of cure. Mr'
Barman took the physician's advice several
weeks ago, and it was thought that he vas
improving up to within a few days ago.
His death will be regretted by every citi
zen of Cairo who knew him. About a
dozen citizens of Cairo will be in Mt. Ver
non to attend the funet tl.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dougherty, of
JoiR-sboro, aro in Ihe city since Saturday,
Mr. J. II. Mulcahey, of Commercial
lVint, this county, was iu the city yester
day. Ho is oii't of tho substantial, enter
prising farmers of the county. He com
menced thrashing his wheat last week, and
was the liist to ship new wheat to thu mar
ket from southern Illinois. He lost about
eighty acres of lino grain by tho recent
flood, but had still a good crop left.
Mrs. J. .1. .leiinelle, of Hutjuoin, Ills., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. McGahey, in
Chicago Tribune: "Miss Mary (', Dixon,
formerly of I'hiladelphia, has been ap
pointed teiu herof elocution a tho Atho
netim, and will open an evening class next
Monday niuht. In August she conducts
two teachers' institutes in Iowa, returning
iu September to the regular opening of the
institution. The Athencuin will bu con
tinued through tiiu summer, with the ex
ception of the depaitnieiits of bookkeeping,
drawing and French.
Miss l'liillis Howard left Sunday fur
Jackson, Miss,, on a visit to friends.
Mr. Vaiig'i and Mr. George Cool; left
Sunday for a town on the lino of the Chi
cago, St. Louis Si New Orleans railroad, to
take part In a toiunaii'cut theru for a prize
Leo Klelib is the happy father of a
bouncing hoy, born yesterday afternoon.
Dr. G. It. Leach returned last evening
from his visit to relatives in Carbotiditlu.
Mr. John Fry, who has been visiting
Hot Springs for his health, during the last
few weeks, relumed last evening much im
pt'oved. Dii. l'li.nt'H's' 'Favorite Proscription" is
Ihe debilituted woman's best resorativu
Yoi'no or midille aged men suffering
from nervoin debility, loss of memory, pre
mature old age, ns thu result of bad habits,
should sen I three stamps for Part VII of
Dime Series pamphlets, Address World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
"Dixon Springs," unlike oilier Bummer
resorts, is rural in its appointments, com
bining thu comforts of homo with tho free
dom i f camp lite.
aru not hot and crowded, with plastered
walls, but aru separate, cool cottnges giv
ing freu access whua duslrud to puro moun
tain air. ,
are nut tlm.si. of fashion reipiiring much j
lime on mi-Hi mi'i uui1 MT I'lijoy llieni, OUl
aie shady walks through deep oni vi'.h js
in grand old woou's and over ris ks and
liilU free fn im ilu.it and inonpiitoi s.
are inm, sulphur and niaeii, Bi(i( delightful
to th'o I isle and strengthening to tin; sys
tem. Invalids suffi.nMig fnmi dyjn psia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney com
plaints, Ions of appetite, debility ami kin
dred diseases, are opecially him iitted by
Visitors will find many improvements
made for their comfort and ennvenit nee ;
rooms have been made more private ; new
cottages have been built, und receptinn
r Minis added, but care h is at all times
been taken not to make any change that
would detract from or alter the rural, coun
try, farm like, summer mode of living,
whose freedom has made life at "Dixon
Springs" so pleasant and popular.
is all new, simple and clean. New mat
tresM'S, new springs and new bedsteads have
been plsced in all the cottages. The tablo
ware is best white ware, with diher knives
THE CIIIKK COOK
is a man id' 1 nig experience as a stcambMut
meat and ptstry dsik. The fare is abundant
and appetites always good.
A good laundry is connected with the es
tablishment and guests can have wishing
done at reasonable rates.
These have not Is-en overlooked. A
string band belongs to thu house, and danc
ing can he indulged in every niuht. The
"Park" furnishes a rmgnificent croquet and
archery ground, and a grand ''Story &.
Camp" piano is kept fur the use of ue.its.
AI.LK.N SI'KIMi S POST OKKICK, J'OPK ( t il'NTY 4
is one fourth of a mile fnun the springs
and the in iii coach passes through frmn
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and Situr
lay, and frm Golconda on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, thus making a daily
arrival and departure of the mails.
You are cordially invited to come to
"Dixon Springs" and spend a few days or
weeks in its cool shades during thu hot
Kverytliiug possible will bu done to ren
der your visit a pleaxant one.
Our rates are $8.00 per week. Other
summer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates uru o0 per
cent, below their old prices, we make no
advance over the old rates.
JOS. E. LK.MKH, Proprietor.
i: l, notion t r:s a i r,
Was elei liMl by a majority oHon tliiiiiitiitiil vute.1
to liu the fluent 5c, clir Iu tho market.
Walnut St, near 12th.
SUJlMRltTRKM, from July 5, 12 works
VLh TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 wocM
TUITION FOK TIC KM .... jri.oo
" I'KH MONTH .... Vim)
" W'JCBK ....
Common 8chonl, Aradutnlo slid Commercial
1 1 1CN 1 1 Y J' L.O V I ), 'lVim hr.