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(JAIUO J'ULIJC'J'IN: WKD'NKSDA Y- MOUNINU, JUNE 28. ISK2.
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OFflOiAL PAPKKOP CITY AN U COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N-tirui In llitKCoUrau. ultfiit cent pur Itnu for
rl ami live ceuti lr liuo otrh nului'nueiit iimur
Hon. Kur oiio wwk. emits pur llnu. For oue
riioiilh, rti ceiitn Jiur lino-
0LM3TFAD ii WiNTEIt,
Auctioneers and (Jotnmissinn Merchants,
No. 2 Eighth Struct,
Between Commercial and Washington Avh.
V Consignments Solicited.
If you want a good mpiare meal call on
Charles Schociiinycr. Ho 1ms also accom
modation for a few more day hoardcts.
His table is known to li: first class and
Out of the (ire, cor. of th and Levee, my
ice house and oll'ice in at present iiUho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So
tweeu 8th ami Mil sheets. Onlers will !..
tilled same as usual, both wholesale ftnl
retail. Wagons supply regtilatly every day.
Furnished Ruonw for Rent.
Several large furnished rooms torrent up
stairs in Tun Uui.i.etin building. Apply
to Mrs. FnvoKUAi.n.
tight to ten good horses, suitable fur Htriel
car purposes. Cull on or address Cairo St.
Ity. Co. City Depot at 28th st.
tf C. V. Niii'K, Supt.
Caiuo, lixs., June L'Tth, ViH'l.
Injustice to W. C. Nowsom, I will say
he and 1 havo had nothing- hut the hot of
feelings toward each other. A. Cominus,
P. B. Argus please copy.
Iiouglit ami Leased.
I have hought the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, hcretoforu run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Eighth street, between
tho avenues, and have employed Mr. L. .1.
Koehler t( attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will he constantly Kept on
hand and patronage, hoth wholesale ami
retail, is solicited. I have also leaned the
steam sausage factory of Koehler Brothers
ou Seventeenth strewt, and will lie
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of tho he-it duality on short
notice. Orders from ahroHil are I at home
solicited and promptly lilled.
200 Boxes Lemons
Eu route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Carini, Catania,
and Verdclli, which I otfer to tho city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June 10th, mi.
J. A. NICKLES,
174 WASHINGTON AVKNl'lC,
between lUlh and 11th streets, gives no
lice to the people of Cairo and the public
ia general, that ho lias established himself
in business again, and is prepared to receive
orders for Gentlemen's line Boots and Shoes
of the best workmanship and material, lie
will also have on hand at nil times a good
assortment of Bouts and Shoes of his own
tuake. He has a lot of his own ready made
work which was saved from the lire in
good order, and which ho will sell at cost
price. Thankful for the liberal patronage
with which lie-was favored in the past, lie
Ji 1 1 pes for the same at his new stand.
Caiuo, June l Wi. 2w
Notice to Consumers of lee,
My wagons will run through the season
duliveiini; ice to all parts of the city. 1
have also an ice box on Eighth street at ).
Walters' and at my ollleo on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders u ill receive
prompt and curelul attention.
G1.0. V. Sj-it.scic,
Use Tub Caiuo Ijim.ictin pciloiated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
iiuinillft, equally good fur ink or pencil. For
t-ale, in three sizes, at the olllee. No. y and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by tho dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
CoTTAUK KOU HUNT, 111 good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Thk lin.l.MiN building.
tf. M us. Fn701.it At.n.
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, mahiifac
tuwl and for sale at the Cairo bulletin
Sprout' Retail lee Box.
Ooustimnrs of ice are nolifletl that for
their convenience I have built a large leu
box on Eighth street in Cuudilf's Mure, where
ice in anv quantity can at all timet be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will ha punched at this stand
just too tamo aa by drivers of wagons, tf.
Wantkii: A white girl to dogeneral
housework. Apply to M. A.Wai.dku,
second door ahovu ISuu.ktim oflicu on
Washington avenue. 'it.
Sutniiier Excursion Tickets.
Tho Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, l'ueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. IIanm is, General Passenger Agent.
ThnCoinique Brass Baud and Orchestra
can be engayed for halls, parties, picnics,
excursions, &;., either day or night. Par -ties
engaging the above band are at liberty
to use orchestra and brass band at the name
time. For terms, apply to A. L. (loss,
Leader of Brass Band.
I S. Wo play nothing but the latest
and best music.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlnm In lh.-.i cniunnm, ton conls liur Mum.
mli irmirtlmi. Markwl
A (.'rand illumination of fireworks will
be made at King's Ice Cream Garden to
Another notice in special Ideals from
Magistrate Comings is explanatory of the
--Lost -at postollieo yesterday, a pock
et book containing money. Finder will be
liberally regarded by leaving same at 110
To day the Wepiiblicnn slate conven
tion meet 1 at Springlield, for tho purpose of
nominating candidates for state treasurer
mid superintendent of public instruction.
Kight Ih-v. Geo. F. Si ymore, bishop of
Springfield, whs in Metropolis yesteiday
ami held services in the Presbyterian
-A curiosity of some note wi-.th live liar
rels ot flour in the store of Messis. Wood
Kittcnhousa & Bin., the wheat out of which
it was undo was still in the field tho day
N'kw Ohi.icans, June 2(5. ILnry
Km hes, seaman on tho steamer Maic.o
Aurclio, from Havana, admitted to thn
hoHiilal Sunday, is now pronounced a clear
case of yellow lever.
The sewers can be reopened when the
liver 111 nits nliout thirty-three feet on the
gunge. List evening it had fallen to near
ly U7, and was still on the decline Above
u-, the livers are still falling, and it is
likely that the sewers may be opened by
Satuiday, if not sooner.
At three o'chnk yesterday 11101 nnig
an interesting eveni ncuitied in the family
of Mr. lteruian Myeis. It was the birth of
a healthy, fifteen- pound boy. Mr. Myers
is absent from the city, but has doubtlcsH
been inhumed ol bis good fortune ere this,
and is liuriyiiig homeward.
The Attorney ( J:-ncral has decided that
properly belonging to a religious society but
Used only for a paisonnge, and also property
owned by the church and rented out, should
ho assessed and taxed. The church property
exempt from taxation is that actually used
for public worship and for no other purpose
when the land is ow ned by the congrega
tion. A string band in a 1iack, making sweet
music while be-in;; driven through the
principal streets ol the city, was an attrac
tion to pedestrians last evening. It was in
the employ of Mr. 1). F. King, who was
tlius reminding the public that his fine ice
cream garden up town was still in full
Clara Belle nays the new summer gait
fur women in New York is called the slide
glide, ami is mado up of long even ntcps,
with the body quite stilllv erect, but rising
and falling considerably with each length
ened stride. That it in rapidly becoming
popular, and is especially adapted to tall,
elegant women. One arm usually dangles
at the side, while the other holds the para
sol. The cabinet has refused to interfere in
Uniterm's behalf, and upon hearing of this
Gniteau sent the following letter, by Uev.
Hicks, to President. Arthur: "Uev. Mr.
Hicks: Go and see Arthur and shake your
fist in bis face. Tell him I made him pres
ident by my inspiration, an 1 he must give
me an iincoinlitiomil panlon, and if he
dmsn't God Almi;;hly will blunt him for
evii. 1 tell )ou brother Hicks, I'm God's
man and God takes care of his own."
1 1 ivy storms of wind and rain are re
inn led ie the dii-palcbes from 1111110 inic.
points in Iowa, lllinoi , Indiana, Ohio, and
elsewhere, with nun b damhge to cropti,
In 1,11 hiii'iliiioi, dwellings, and other prop
erty. At the election to-morrow in Iowa 011
the prohibitory liquor amendment to the
('oiisiilution an tx'ia Imx is to bo provided
at each polling place for the deposit of con
tributions I'm the relief of sulh reis by the
lecetit to undoes.
A pictuusqtio poster isniied by the
Wabash 1 ail road company for the annual
Fourth of July excursion trains, ia a beauty
in design and execution. A bla.ieg ky
roc ket, shooting diagonally across the bill,
leaving a dry trail behind, is the most con
npicuoiH 1'i atuie. It Announce a great re
duction in rates for the "lOli'.h anniversary
of the nation's biithday, and gives other
interesting data - all printed in bright clear
letters, and profusely intermingled with
tars ami Mripes of the national colors.
Yesterday a woman tiuinud Catherine
Hancanip iworu out a warrant for tho ar
rest of Lulu Uray, for keeping a disreputa
ble house, and Maistiato Comings lined
tho defendant ten dollars and costs. There
upon Lulu swore out a warrant against
Catharine, for disorderly conduct and
abusivn language, and tho court lined her
five dollars and costs. Uesides these the
same court lined John Hohinson, 1 In..
Wilson and George Hyas, each live dollars
mid costs for disoidurly conduct.
Articles incorporating the Carbomlale
Connecting lUilway company were hied
with the secretary of slate at Springlield
Saturday by James M. t'.emlock, Samuel K.
North, Isaac Hipp, Edward lirowu and
George Graham, of Carbomlale, 111., who
are the first board of directors. The prin
cipal business ollice of the company is lo
cated at Carbondale, and thu capital BtocK
of the company is if 10,000. Thu object is
to build a railroad from Carbomlale to con
nect wilh the Carhondalu und Shawnee
town and the Illinoia Central railroads.
Messrs. I). V. Jackson and Henry
Oor'Hiuau made a trip through Missouri and
Arkansas, along the Iron Mountain road, re
eenily, mid found the fanners everywhere
they went in high glee over thu prospects
of a big yield of corn and cotton. Al
though the season is later than usual, the
crop elands finely and is maturing rapidly.
The opening of the Texas and Cairo nar
row gauge will give to Cairo a boom in the
way of cotton trallic. It will set our cotton
compress and our cotton seed oil mills to
running to their fullest capacity, and make
business of every description interesting.
Mr.G. W. Davis, superintendent of the
Cairo Oil Company, returned Sunday from
his trip to Mashville. He had a very iu
tercsting trip. Nashville is improving great
ly and rapidly, the value of the improve
ment,! made there during the last year are
said to aggregate ab iut a million f dol
lars. Oi'coinse, the company of which Mr.
Davis is a member, shares in the general
prosperity. Mr. D.ivis will soon leave the
city again for a trip over the Iron Mountain
railroul, and along the line of the Tex is
and Cain narrow gauge, for the purpose of
making contracts for cotton seed to he used
by the company in the manufacture of oil
aiul meal. He will engage enough raw ma
terial to run the several nulls of ihe com
pany day nnd night all thmugh the next
full, winter and -prin;;.
Col. Birton.ot the Caibund tie Free
1'iess, tries to make it appear that the iu
llnence ut work here in the interest of Cap
tain '1 hoiiias conies principally from Dem
ocrats an I federal officeholders. Col. Bar
ton, and those w ho believe as he does, were
never fiiilher removed from the truth. The
influence which favoied Captain Thomas,
and opposed Judge Dtiuiou 111 this county,
conies from all the substantial Uepublic ins
of the- county. Of all the capital, respecta
bility and intelligence, rcpiesented at the
late county convention, at least ninety-live,
per centum was on the Thomas side of the
house. A glance over the lank and lileol
the Thomas side of the house revealed the
intelligent, honest faces of such men as
Charles Galligher, C. K. Woodward, Mayor
N.IJ. Thistle'wood, Judge J.J.Uird, II. H.
Can dee, Edward Dczonia, George It. Lent.,
Charles Lancaster, M. C. Adams, D. W.
Lippitt nearly all gentlemen of large
means, and all gentlemen of large muscle
ami brain, who have contributed liberally
of all three of these possessions of theirs to
ward the past success of tho party.
That the federal ollice holders were also
there it would be ridiculous to deny, for it is
one of the fundamental principles of Repub
licanism to always use every ilFort and
means to keep your hands in the public
crib, which principle is adhered always to
with the tenacity of despair. On the other
hand, it is a notorious fact that every
single leader, from thu good-looking, pleas
ant faced, dignified chairman of the
Central committee, down to the crabbid
little, figity little, raging little, ugly little,
overoflieious little, black imp who sought
by physical force to prevent Dr. Maxey
trout taking his seat beside Mr. Hughes,
after hn had been elected temporary chair
man by the Tlioiniisites - every one of them
were, are and will be office seekers,
very lew of whose names appear upon the
tax books of the county. There is no good
quality in which the Thomasites stand be
hind the Daiiirouilcs; there are many good
qualities in which they are as far ahead as
anything is of nothing. There is one qual
ity which may be good or bad according to
the use it is put to, in which the Damron
ites excel, and that is shrewdiii ss, which
enabled them to concoct, and wilh the use
ol the power they had iu the support of the
chair, to carry out to a certain extent, the
infamous scheme exposed iu yesterday's
Word has been received heie from 8
reliable person in Mound Cily, to the ell'ect
that uinuof the Pulaski county delegates to
the congiesBional convention, who have
been instructed first for Judge Young, of
Williamson county, and second, for Cap
tain Thomas, will vote for the latter on the
second ballot, which will give the captain
seventy-eight on the second bal
lot if ho does not get Alexander's
liftueu. There is strong reason to believe
that this will come true, lor it ia well
known in the inner political ciicles that tho
Pulaski county delegates were not in
structed for Judge Young because of any
feeling ol prefereticu for him over Captain
Thomas on tho pait of the convention. In
lact it is well known that thu independent
will of the people of I'uluski county had
hut little to do with the instructions to tho
ilebgatet. Tin) convention inmucled
for Judge, Young, simply be
cause KobiiiMoii Crusoe Hogan and
his Joseph I'. "Fiidny" dictated that this
should he done, and the object of it all was
to get the votoof Judge Youiijf'u county in
the senatorial convention, for the said Hoh
inson Crusoe. It wim aiinply a bargain
between the said Hobin.'ion Crusoe and the
said Young, by which each ngieed to
scratch tho other's hack it was a game of
"you tickle me and I'll tickle you," and the
people iu convention assembled, poor
dupes, were ma do innocent parties to the
game. Hohinson Crusoo llogau "tickled"
Young at Mound City, when ho got the
congressional delegatus instructed for
Young; Young "tickled" Hobiuson Crusoe,
when he had the senatorial delegates from
his (Williamson) county instructed for
Hohinson Crusoe as senator from the Fifty
lirst district. Thus it appears that the
instruction of the Pulaski county con
gressional delegation for Judge Young
was not iu accordance with the
will of the people, not with reference to
the best qualities of the opposing camli
d tti s for congresH, nor with reference to
thu best interests of the people, but was
the result ol a banram between two or
three men for their own personal benefit.
This is the inside history of the Republican
political events in Pulaski county during
the last few weeks, and it iH nearly as in
famous as that of Alexander county is. It
proves beyond a doubt that Republican
politics is a very, very filthy thing. It
proves that bold dishonesty, unhallowed
bargains, black intrigue, and a consistent
effort to defeat the will of the people in
the interest of the few ring leaders, like a
filthy disease, periuinates the whole Repub
lican carets, from the head at Washington
and his cabinet, down to thu little chair
men of County Central committees and
their ward hummers. How long will the
honest people, the honest Republicans who
are largely in the majority, but who are
always tho helpless vietimsof the unscrupu
lous fiW, submit to this baleful tyranny?
Echo answers "how long."
From a gentleman who came down the
Ohio river from Elizabethtown yesterday
the particulars of a horrible crime whic h
was perpetrated in the little town named
Monday evening were obtained. Sun-Jay
night a young negro named John Tolly
sought to enter the window of a house in
which a newly matried young couple,
named Howe, lived. He was partly through
the window, when Mrs. Howe, who was
alone in the house, discovered him and
sctcRtncd for assistance, which scared the
negro, and after striking at the young wo
man us she rushed passed him, he left the
pictures. A few minutes later the lather
and brothers of Mrs. Howe arrived, they
suaiched for the negro and found a young
boy who they thought was the right one,
walking down the street, not far away fioni
fioin the house. They caught the boy and
tool; him hat-Ji to tho house fur identifica
tion by Mrs. Howe; but the lady was not
able to say positively that he was the right
one. However, tho negro was taken tojail.
Owing to the threats made hy tho male
relatives of Mrs. Howe and their friends,
the sheriff thought it best to take the pris
oner to Golconda for safe keeping. In
order to have him handy to the river, the
negro was taken to the court house, but
while the sheriff wuh trying to get a skill',
the father ami brothers of Mrs. Howe,
whose names are Belt, heard of the sheriff's
intention; they and a number of othcis
went to the court house, took the negto nut
and, after maltreating him in the most
shocking manner, hung him to a tree. On
the way, tho negro protested that ho was
innocent, and prayed most pifeously for his
life, as also did the boy's aged father.
After listening to them a while, old iniin
Belt, turning suddenly upon the young
negro, demanded, "Do you mean to call
me a liar?" and when the poor negro merely
repeated that he was not the guilty one,
Belt struck him over the head with the but
of his gun, knocking him senseless to the
ground. When the negro revived a rope
was placed around his neck and he was
lead on; but before the party reached tho
place of execution old Belt struck the negro
down again and kicked in the face, and
when the poor wretch camo to ajain
he was put out of hiH
misery by being drawn up ut the
end of a rope. Ami all this horrible outrage
occurred iu the presence of the victim's
father, and in the "good old Republican"
state of Illinois. The people of Eli.abeth
lowii me, of course, very much excited.
These are tho faefs ol the case as told by
the gentleman referred to, who claims to
have been an eye-witness of the whole
terrible affair. Whether tho principals in
the ciime arc under arrest is not known.
Eli.ahethlown isa littlo village about forty
miles above l'aducah, and not connected
wilh the outer world by either telegraph or
railroad. News of the affair did, therefore,
not reach the press until yesterday.
While we have ascended a protuberance
011 this oblate sphcrvid, six thousand feet
above thee, O Bui.li-tin, we have not
climbed away from pleasant rcuioinbronces
of thee, or beyond our desire to ngaiu be
hold thy dear, familiar face. Although
not "Kver ol thee I'm fondly dreaming,"
never was Williu more sadly missed. 'Tis
Iruc, 'tis a long, dreary route thou wouldst
have to pass over shotildst we bid thee
come, but we feel that thou art sufficiently
self confident to undertake the journey
without fear or trembling. To reach us
Our Poetical Machine.
liuitiiEiis' the men, deny who can
To clothe the mortal race ot man.
Go to BtiiKiKitH' if you are able,
For Garbs that suit Church, Shop or Btablo
Go to Ruiuiiskb' with your hoys,
Breeches are far better than toys.
Go to JIiiiioickh' and ace the styles,
Buy, or buy not, you'll have their smiles.
Go to Bi.itoiciw' if you're in love,
Their coat and pants fit like a glove.
Go to liriumt -t' if you're sad,
Their slylcs make e'en the moiirneiB glad.
Goto Britoiiiih'if you are poor,
Tiicy'll make prices suit you sure.
(Jo to BciiiiI'.uh' if you're rich,
Their styles are all the "tony" pitch.
Go to IJritniciis' if you're wise,
You're sure to draw a brilliant prize.
Go to Bi itor.u r' if you're hot,
Their summer rigs cool on thu spot.
Go to Bruomis' if you're fat,
They'll tone you down from sock to hat.
Go to Britoicits' if you're lean,
They'll padynu so 'twill not bu seen.
(Jo to BciuiKits' if you're short,
Their rigs are all the natty sort.
Go to Bum; lilts' if you're tall,
For coat or pants or overall.
Goto Biuokuh' if you're a rough,
They'll shine you up, hewtver tough.
Go to Bt itoKits' if you can,
For they can suit just any man.
Go to Iti ltoKlts', young and old.
One half their worth h is ne'er been told.
Goto Brno Kits' Palace (floihtnt; Home,
Right oppoHitethe new Opera Mouse.
Hum wiittldst travel over a portion of thy
own native stale, cross the mighty Missis
sippi at S. Louis, see some of tho inttg
nilicent results of tin: industry, energy and
wealth expended in that Katun Great,
wouldst pass over the great comu onwealih
of Missouri to Kansas City, a rapidly im
proving place, where the inhabitants build
their bises regardless of expense or taste;
then acorns tie" state of Kansas, the nettled
portions of which show every evidence of
wealth, enterprise, prosperity, and refine
ment, win tie 1 the result of prohibition, or
of the gi.'mshoppei plague, we will give thee
an opportunity of forming an unbiassed
opinion by not expressing our own. After
leaving Kansas, thou wilt be upon the
soil of the centennial state, where, along
the railway prairie, tracts of which, as far
as the eye can take in, arc enclos -d by iron
fences, forming ranges for great numbers of
cattle and sheep. In the southern part of
tho st ite, on the line of railway, is shunted
Tiinida l, a bulling, thriving town; -ih.nit
ten miles s mtli id that town thou wilt be
gin toclimb the Raton mountains, up, up,
up, Until it wilt become linpiM.s.sblt; lor one
liH-oinniive to ascend faither with thee,
when another blowing, snoiting, pjfiing
one will place itself at the rear of the train,
then up again thou w ilt go, the iron horses
pulling and piii-biiig and winding around
through the cuts in the mountain sides, un
til thu ascent is mad.-, when the rear engine
will be detached, then away
thou wilt go again,' plunging right
into the midnight daikncss of the
interior of the mountains, soon to emerge,
and behold,. thou wilt be upon the sacred
soil of the Land of the Moiite.utnas, the
land of the Mexican and adobe, the land
of ruiiip, so ancient that they weie ancient
when tradition lirst grasped them so we
have read, then 011 again thou wilt go un
til R iton (pronounced as though w ritten
Ratoon) wilt be. reached, and, if, whilst
taking a survey uf it from the train, ob
serving the number of the buildings and
the push and bustle of its people, some one
were to tell Hire that that town is not quite
two years old, thou wouldst be astonished,
yet 'tis thi truth, incredible tu it may
seem. After leaving Raton, thou wilt pass
more ranches of cattle and i.heep, more
adobe houses, some of them tastefully fin
ishel. Perchance, thou wilt also see an
animal, somewhat larger than a great, big
Newfoundland dog, with cars, oh, over so
long, of mien most grave and dignified,
(except when it tries to stand on its ears)
and possessed of a voice more remarkable
for its sonorosity and voluininohity than for
its musicability; it is patient under diffi
culties, and it is very fioqueiilly called
upon to labor under very serious difficulties
such as cariying two or three riders at
once, or about half a cord of wood, in
geniously strapped so as to form half a cir
cle about its sides and back; here, it ia
commonly called the burrs; some poetically
denominate it tho A .tec war-horse.
Thou mayst now begin to rejoice, for thy
journey wilt soon be ended ; soon arriving
at Lnn Vegas, where thou wilt be most
cordially welcomed. We know the way
wilt bo lonely and dreary, but the more we
think of thee, the more anxious we arc to
receive thee, so we bid thee come. Come,
speedily, and bring wilh thee tiding from
Cairo, from Alexander county, from "Old
Trim," Irom "Mrs. D. Green" and others.
Come, and mayst thou ho able to tell us
that the temperance wave is still rolling
over Cairo, thai the few devoted men and
women, who have labored so long ami
faithfully to keep it moving, have not
labored in vain. Mrs. P.
Iis Vegas, New Mexico, Juno 20, 1382.
"Dixon Springs," unlike other summer
resorts, is rural in its appointments, com
bining thu comforts uf home with the free
duiu c I' camp li tu.
are not hot nnd crowded, with plastered
walls, hut are separate, cool cottages giv
ing free access when desired to pure moun
ITS I'llOM KNAIlKS
are not those of fashion requiring much
time for dress and little for enjoyment, but
are shady walks through deep cool valhys
in grand old woods and over rocks nnd
hills free f rom dut and moi quitoi s.
are iron, sulphur and magnesia, delightful
to the taste and strengthening to thu j.ys
tem. Invalids suffering from dyspepsia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney com
plaints, loss of appetite, debility and kin
dred diseases, are c-pecially heticlitted by
Visitors will find many itnprovcincii is
made for their comfort and convenience;
rooms have been made more private ; new
cottages have been built, and reception
r Minis added, but care has at all times
been taken not to make any change that
would detract from or alter the rural, coiin-
tiy, farm -like, summer mode, of living,
whose l're dom has made life ut ''Dixon
Springs" so pleasant and popular.
, TIIK I L IlNI l l liK
is all new, simple and clean. New mat
tresses, new springs and new bedsteads havo
been placed in all the Cottages. The table
wnreisbi Bt white ware, with silver knives
TIIK CHIRK COoK
is a man of 1 ng experience as a steamboat
meat and pastry csk. The fare i-, abundant
and appetites always good.
A good laundry in connected with the es
tablishment and guests can have washing
done at reasonable rates.
These have not been overlooked. A
string band belongs to the house, and danc
ing can be indulged in every night. The
"Paik" furnishes a m ignificeiit croquet and
archery ground, ami a grand "Story A.
('amp" piano is kept for the use of guests.
AM.KN SI'HINO'S 1'OST OKKICK, 1'OIT. COl.NTV
is one fourth of a milo from the i-piings
and the mail conch piu-scs through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, and from Golconda on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, thus making u daily
arrival and departure of tho mails.
You are cordially invited to come to
"Dixon Springs" and spend a few days or
weeks 111 its cool hhades during the hot
Everything possible will be done to ren
der your visit a pleasant one.
Our rates, are $3.00 per week. Other
similiter resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates are !!() per
cent, below their old prices, we makejno
advance over the old rates.
Jos. E. Lkmkn, 1'ropiiutor.
K I j HOT ION JIKSULT.
Was iileclml ty innjnrltv of tun lliiiumiUil viilv.i
to liu Hid diifHt 5c. cltfiir In tliu inuiki l.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMKKTKUVf, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION KOtt TK It'll
" 1'EH MONTH
Common School, Arsilumlr. niitl Coinmurclul
II1CNKY K.LOY1), Toot her.