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THE DAILY UAIKO MILLKTIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK :'.), Kb2.
Till) DAILY lUILIiETIN.
IMi: Hullettn Hnililme. Wiwiilnjrtitii Armine
RNTEIIE1) AT TUB CAIUO l'OsToFKICE Foil
T11ANSMI8SION TIIKol.'llll Til It MAILS AT SKll,
(INI) I'LABS HATES,
"FflUiAL I'APKKOP CITY AND COUNTY
SI'KCIAL LO'JAL ITEMS.
Niece. In Ihi" col. linn, nii;lil cuiiIm per Hint fnf
flrnt and l)v ceiim tiur linu r.h iHitmeqiient Imur
lion. Kur 0110 wwit. lioceuti pur linu. For one
1, onlh, mi ci'.nn par ltno.
OLMSfKAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers an-1 Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Hetwecn L'0111 mercinl and Washington Ava.
If you want ft good siiu.iro uieal cull on
Charles Schoonmyer. Ho has also accom
modation for a few more day boarders.
His talilo is known to bo first-class and
Out of the fire, cor. of 81I1 and Levee, my
ice house and ollico is at present 6t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, "in
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will lie
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Furnished Rooms lor Rent.
Several large furnished rooms for rent up
stairs in The Bulletin building. Apply
to Mrs.FlT7.il Ell ALU.
eight to ten good horses, suitable fur street
car purposes. Call 011 or address Cairo St.
Hy. Co. City Depot at 28th st.
tf C. V. Nkff, Supt.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
6ale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Mill-
nebotaand Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low
Call or address J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, fur exclusion guides.
A. II. Hanson, OmhtbI Passenger Agent
Bought and Leased.
I have, boii'dit the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Kochler,
on the south side ol Eighth street, between
the avenues, ami have employed Mr. L.J.
Kochler to attend to it. A lull awrtiiiein
of fresh meats will be constantly kept mi
Laud ami patronage-, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
Bteain sausage factory of Kochler Brothers
on Seventeenth MriM, ami will be
prepared to furnish any variety or (piantity
of sausages of the bet quality on nhort
uuticc. Old"" from abroad ami at home
solicit"1' mid promptly tilled.
200 Bixes Lemons
Ea route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Cm ini, Ciitania,
and Verdelli, which I otfer to the city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June I'Jth, IHtS'i.
J. A. NICKLES,
171 WVS1IINOTON AVENl'F.,
between IO1I1 and 11th streets, uives no
tice to the people of Cairo and the public
in general, that he bus established himself
in business again, anil is prepared to receive
orders for 0 jiitlemeii's fine Boots and Shoes
of the bent workmanship ami material. lie
will also have 011 hand at all times a good
assortment of lioots and Shorn uf his own
make. He has a lot of his own ready made
work which was saved ('nun the fire in
good order, and which he will sell at cost
price. Thankful for the liberal patronage
with which lie was favored in the past, he
Lopes for the same at his new stand.
Caiho, Juno 15,1882. ;
Nolice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the bcasoii
delivering ice to all parts of the city. 1
Lave also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' aud at my olliee on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may he left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and cnrelul attention.
Oko. W. Si'KNu:.
Usu Tub Cauio Bulletin perforated
Bcratch-book, made of calendered jute
Dianilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
tale, in three siz.es, at the olliee. No. 2 aud
S. Cvo and ten cenU each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Cottage foii uent, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tub Bulletin building.
tf. Mils. Fitzueuai.1).
Koceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Snroat's lietall Ice l'.ox.
Cowumets of co ftru notified that for
their, couvenienco I have built a large lee
boi on Eighth strout iu Cuudift" store where
ico in anv quantity can at all time he ob
tained. My customer! will remember that
their tickuls will be punched at this stand
iut th ne ol hy driveraof wagons, tf.
' Joun tjniOAT.
Mr. J. Wiinbish Henderson, of Arlington,
has been appointed to succeed Mr. .1. F.
Gardner, deceased, ns agent for mi;, in
Ballard mill Hick until counties.
II. A. Hannon.
P. ,S.- (Vinton Democrat, Columbus
Beacon and Blnndville News plensu copy,
Ami send lull to Bulletin olliee, Cairo, Ills.
Tim Cmuiiiue Briss Band ami Orchestra
can lit; cngiu'cd l"r balls, iiiutios, picnics,
excursions, ivc. either day or night. Par
tii-.- (-imagine; the above l:tml 11 ro lit liberty
to uae orchestra iiml brass bund ut 1 1 in same
lime. For terms, apply to A. L. (loss,
Lender Brass Band.
T. 3. Wo piny nothing but tliu latest
Hml bent music.
HKNKRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nollrt-H hi tin-Hi' conmiua, mil tcut.i pui Hue,
inch inHoriliiu. HUiUeil
On the Fourth of July the Cairo post
office will be open only from 8 to II a. in.
Hon. John (J Harmon was buried at
Mt. Vernon yesterday. A lnrgo nuinbi r of
bis Cairo friends nttended the funeral,
among them Jinljo I). J. Baker.
The bad weather of the last few das
has interrupted the work in progress on the
several new ii sidencos and business iu vaii
mis p'irts of the city.
Cmwlish am still plentiful and citizens
lire iiiakin;;g()cid use of them. "Yet a little
while" and there will bo no more crawfish,
therefore nil should stiive to get their All
(iuitean'B death warrant was prepared
Monday by Clerk MisigH, of the criminal
court, the seal of the court attached and
the document forwarded to Warden Crock
er, of the District jail.
Messrs. H. Smyth it Bro., have put up
a fancy new gilt lettered sign in front of
their business house, on Ohio levee. It
was made by the Union Sign Works, in St.
Editor Bulletin: The curiosity you
speak of in yesterday's paper, is the first
arrival of new Hour, consigned to Wood,
Hittenhouse & Bro,, from the celebrated
mill ofW. K. Barthston, of Grand Chain.
Parties intending to go to Dixon
Springs next Monday, should leave notice
at The Bulletin olliee, not later than Fri
day noon, in order that transportation may
lie provided from Vienna acioss, !Jt
Very interesting literary and musical
exercises will take place atLoretto academy
this afternoon at two o'clock. Everybody
should go and be handsomely entertained
for an hour or more.
The sewers down town will be opened
this morning. The river stood at about
thirty six feet lust evening. It is likely
that (hen' wiil be no water in the low
places within the levees by the Fourth of
July, wh.ch would be a great blessing.
David Johnson and Charles Thornton
were each fined ore dollar and costs by
Magistrate Comings yesterday for drunken
ness. TiV former paid his line, and the
latter wis giveiia stay ol three hours in
which to leave th- city.
As the Four' of July comes on Tues
1I11V next, which is the day 011 which the
city couiicilis to meet iu first regular ses
sion, it is pmbiible that the patriotic emm-
cil will not meet, but will celebiate the day
as becotnei them.
The ar'e, triple column advertisement
ofM. Wirnor, onliist page, speaks for it
self in I'l ins nut to In; misunderstood, and
is entitled to careful commlt-ration. Clear
ing Hubs nie not usual in Cairo, hut, they
are the rule in otl er cities, and piesenl op
poriuniies lor good bargains.
Mr. Venuor predicts a rainy July.
Mr. Veiuor is a Canadian, however, which
malii'sliis views 011 United States weather
wholly useless. The cowering subjects of
an cfl'te monarchy cannot understand He
publ can institutions.
-It is iiiuiored that the ladies of the
Mo'hodii t church will set 11 splendid lunch
mold Reform hall on the coining Fourth
of July, in order to accommodate the many
striingeis who will be in the city, many of
whom were hereon last Fourth of July and
partook of the lunch at the hall, with the
same this year.
At Springfield the Siingainon county
convention met Monday. One George N.
Black called thi convention to order, and,
upon nomination, Mr. W. L. Perce was
elected chairman by the convention, all
present voting upon the question, and their
credentials had not been passed upon by
the gentlemen in the chair either.
Chester Tribune: "It was reported in
Cairo one week ago that the Kandolph
county delegation would leave Thomas
alone after the first ballot in the congres sional
convention. The Handolph county
delegation will stick to Thomas and work
for Thomas as long as there is any hopo of
his nomination. We speak what we know.
The Kandolph delegation is solid."
Keporls of trouble with lightning-rod
agents come from Indiana. It will be re
membered that after the death of Jesse
James the anmuin' cnient was made that
the other members of the baud would aban
don train-robbing and engage in some morn
legitimate business. If it is found that they
have broken this pledge and are soiling
lightning rod) no mercy should be shown.
Mr. II. A. Ilamion has appointed Mr.
J. Wiinhish Henderson, of Arlington, Ky.,
as successor to Mr. J. F. Gardner, who was
recently niurdeied by one Kilgoru. Mr.
Henderson is an intelligent, energetic gen
tlemen who will till the position well. Ho
was in the city yesterday and gave This
Bulletin' ft correct account of the Garduer
lulgoro tragedy, which will appear "in
our next." Heo special locals for notice ot
-The vacancy caused by the death of
Hon. John (J. Batman, clerk of theappeb
late court lor the southern district, will be
tilled for one term of court by appointment
by Appellate Judges Thomas L. Casey,
George W. Wall mid David J. Baker-two
Democrats and one Kepublicau. The gov
ernor will issue his proclamation tor an
election for the vacant term to he held iu
A 1 client western special from Wash
iugtoii says that Don Cameron has assessed
the eleven ' Bcrihemer steel companies of
Pennsylvania .fl.000 each for campaign
purposes of the straight Republican party
iu Pennsylvania. Ten out of tlieeomianies
promptly lemuicd his draft, an I the elev
enth hesitated and took advice, but finally
concluded, it is understood, to pay up, al
though there were a number of Democrats
among the stockholdeis who kicked ut this
blackumiling of their intercuts tor political
Anothor postal order has been issued
by Assistant Postmaster General Hatton.
It has lefereiieo to the delivety of newspa
pers ami in as follows: "Post masters will
not allow 11011 biiliscriocrs to iauu noui u...
boxes, nor will they hand them, newspapers
addressed to subset ibcrs, and returned by
them into the general delivery without a
verbal or written permit from the actual
subscriber, granting such a privilege. A
violation of this ruling will be considered
sufficient grmmds for a post master's re
To day the injunction ciso of the. city
of Cairo vs. the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company will be opened in the circuit court
here by Judge I). J. Baker, for the purpose
of examining into the merits thereof. It is
custoinery to grant temporary injunctions
when application is made, without examin
ing into the merits of the rase and to deter
mine at Home future time whether such in
junction shall be perpetual or not. Yester
day was the day set for a final hearing of the
case in the circuit court, but upon request
from the defendants the case, was postponed
until to day.
Of the behavior and appearance,
during his dial, of tho negro Redden, the
murderer of Mr. Adolph Zimmerman, the
M issac Journal safl: 'There is something
remarkable alrmt bis coolness throughout
the trial. All excitement, if any, was sup
pressed, lie had a chew of tobacco iu his
mouth, which ho cnoly champed. Alter
the sentence was passed, he talked and
laughed iu as unconcerned a manner as any
one in the building. He is about thirty
years of age, ojjj feet high, yellow, broad
Hhouldi-rs, a thick neck and very small
The state Democratic convention of
Illinois is to meet at Springfield on the 7th
of September, at eleven o'clock a, 111., for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
state treasurer, and another for state super
intendent of public instruction. The ratio
of representation in tube one delegate for
each four hundred votes and one fur every
fraction of two hundred and over, ctist lor
Hancock ami English in 1880. Alexander
county is entitled to three delegates; Pu
laski, to two; Union, to six; Williamson, to
live; Pope, to two; Kandolph, to seven;
Massac, to two; Jackson, to live; Johnson,
to two, and Perry, to four.
The peojiio ol' Unton, N. M,, will prob
ably decide that gambling can be sup
pressed, for a tiure at least, in their town.
This feeling has been brought about by the
result of nil attempt by a deputy sheriff to
at rest a gambler named Mcut.ol. At the
first attempt the officer and two bystanders
were slightly wounded hy tho gambler, but
on the second tiial the results were more
decisive. The gambler opened lire again,
this time lulling a justice of the pence, a
hotel keeper, and a saloonkconor, besides
wounding two others. Then it was that the
citi.ens concluded that this particular
gambler could be suppressed. They prompt
ly lynched him to a signboard in front of
the bank, and at last accounts a movement
is in force on the entire gambling fraterni
ty iu the to n was in serious contemplation
Several gentlemen were out ycstetd.iy
getting up affidavits to be used hy tho de
fendants in the injunction suit of the city
against the Cairo and St. Louis railroad,
which comes up for trial iu thu circuit court
to-day. Several alhMavits, Higned by several
old citizens, set forth that Washington ave
nue, at the point where the company pro
poses to cross it, is not a public high way,
but was abandoned as such some years ago.
Another allidavit is said to be to the effect
that Captain W. M. Williams, upon whom
ns agent of the conipauy here the notice of
injunction was served, was not
ut that time of the said
company and that therefore im
proper service was iiiado and thu injunction
is not binding upon the company. It is
understood also, that counter ullidavits,
hearing upon the samo poiutu, were gotten
up by thu complainants in order to offset
those of tho other side. In view of thene
Cianeuvcrsit seems that the undoubted right
of a railroad company to cross a public
thoroughfare, against thu consent of a city
Council, if it is necessary to reach the depot
grounds, has woukeuu-l considerably since
thu latest municipal election.
A plain case of blackmail was at
tonTitcd by sovotal river meii who have
been lording n round town for some time,
have, upon several occasions, figured prom
inently ami uiiouviably in our courts. The
victim of tlm intended blackmail was Mr.
Shelton, of the fiim of Shelton & Curry.
About a week ago one of these river men,
while in a slightly intoxicated condition,
left forty live dollars with Mr. Shelton for
safekeeping; but a short time afterward
r. tinned ami, upon demand, was given hack
his money. Subsequently, and while still
drunk, the man lost, or spent, or was
robbed of his money, and when he became
sober, some of his pals induced him to
make another demand upon Mr. Shelton
for the money. Mr. Shelton, of course,
refused to pay thu money again, and the
result was a suit from tho whilom drunken
man. But .vhilethe suit was pending ol thu
man's pals, Patrick Hughes by name, who
is not very favorably known, came to Mr.
Shelton and gave him to understand that if
he would pay the complainant iu the suit
ten doHitts he, the complainant, would leave
the city aud not Appear at the trial. Mr.
Shelton refused, and a short time afterwards
Hughes came again, aud offered to take
live dollars, but Mr. Shelton refused again.
The trial caiueoir before Just tee J. J. Bird
yestenliiy, Mr. A. W. Leake appearing as
counsel for the defendant, and Mr. Shelton
WH'i honorably dischaiged, there be" "'
evidence to sustain tlioclia" Uo '"'"
liim 1 .-.' '" "" I"d deserve tube
prosecuted for blackmail.
The year IHH'i bids fair to be known
hereafter as the tornado year. There were
several wind storms in 1881, but only 187
persons were killed by then', w hile already
during the first six mouths of 1882 there
have been 315 killed, many hundreds
seriously injured, and millions of dollars'
wot Ih oT property destroyud. Though the
principal part of this loss belongs to what
may be called the tornado region namely :
that section of country uortheast from the
northern part of Texas, including the In dian
Territory, Kansas, Missouri, Northern
Arkansas And luwa still all parts of the
Bauth and southwest have suffered severely,
and one severe windstorm swept through a
portion of Pennsylvania. These terrible
visitations commenced in March, there
being two in that month one iu Georgia,
involving a loss of six lives, and one in Da
kota, which sacrificed twenty-six. Iu April
heavy winds were very prevalent all over
tho nouthern states destroying a large
amount of property and killing no less than
1 18 persons. In May there was a compara
tive lull, thoifgh there was a severe torna
do in tho vicinity of McAllister, Tex.,
which resulted in tho death of eighteen
p 'isons, and there were numerous less de
structive blows in Kansas and Texas, which
helped to swell the death roll for the month
to lorty-four. This seemed to be the sig
nal lor unloosing tho fury of the winds in
the west, and the present mouth has wit-nes.--ed
an almost constant succession of tcr
rible tornadoes throughout Iowa and some
parts of Kansas, the principal ones being
most severely felt ut Grinnell, Indepen
dence and Eiumctsburg, and othei parts of
central Iowa. Tho. list of dead already
reaches 1'27, aud many more have received
injuries from which they cannot recover.
Tho description of one of these tornadoes
answers for all of them, for there is no dif
ference between them except in the aggre
gate of destruction they cause. In each
case there is the same swiftly-whii iing,
funnel --shaped cloud giving warning of its
approach, not only by its distinct form mid
the commotion Realises in the atmosphere,
hut also by the terrible roaring sound hich
precedes its assault. The preliminary
phenomena are always the same. All the
data concerning their occurrence are now
well known, and thu experiences of the past
twenty years indicate to an absolute cer
tainty that the region west of tho Missis
sippi river from thu northern line of Iowa
and Nebraska down to Arkansas, the Indian
territory and Texas, must always be ex
posed to them, especially in the inoiif'S of
MnyandJuue. It is hopeless to attempt
to stop them by any measures known
to science, but they are now so well known
in their oiigin, direction, progress and re
sults that the signal service'bureau ought to
be able to give timely warning of their
approach so that persons may be able to
protect themselves, if not their properly,
It has been proved that the cellar of a
house is the only place of safety. As it may
not be feasible for every man to casemate
himself by a cave on his grounds to which
he and his family could repair, it seems, as
one Iowa paper has already suggested, that
a strong and substantial shelter may be
designed iu the cellar so that the danger of
falling timbers might he averted and thus
a harbor of refuge would always be at
hand. At Grinnell, ns at Canianche twenty
yenrs ago, thu tornado gave ample warning
of its approach and left sufficient timo to
seek refuges iu cellars, and those wdio did
so escaped 111 almost every instance.
FIRST BLOOD FOR "HAM."
About a dozen telegrams received hero
from Springfield yesterday afternoon stated
that tho Dainron delegation from this
county was admitted to tho Republican
state convention. No attention was paid to
tho Thomas delegation by the committee
on credentials; its existence was entirely
ignored, ita credentials not examined and
its complaints not heeded. 80 said a dis
patch from a Thoniasite at Springfield to a
Thoinasite in this city.
Our Poetyieal Machine.
I 'i' tonus' the men, deny who can
I" clothe thu mortal race of man.
Go to Bum 1 Kits' if you are able,
l' or Garbs that suit Church, Shop or Stable
G.i to Binuii'.its' with your boys,
Jin 1 Chen are far better than toys.
Go to Be mi Kits' ami sou thu stylos,
Buy, or buy not, you'll have their smiles.
Go to ISntoKiis' if you're in love,
T 1eire1.ui and pants fitlikua glove.
Go to lii'uiiun' if you're sad,
I In ar s!les make 0Y11 the niiuir.'iers glad.
Go to Hi in.i iis' it you me pom,
' 1 1 1 1 1 iiuike prices suit you sine.
Go to Bti mi i-.its' it you'ie rich,
Their slvles are uil tho "tony" pitch.
Go to Bi'itu Kits' if you're wise,
You're suru to draw a brilliant prizo.
Go to Bonn 1:11V if you're hot,
Their summer rigs cool on the spot. .
Goto Btuto nits' if you're fat,
. They'll tone you down from sock to hat.
..Go to Bun. Kits' if you're lean,
They'll jiHilyou so 'twill not be scon.
Go to BintiiEiis' if you're short,
Their rigs urn all the natty sort.
Go to Brim lilts' if you're tall,
For emit or pants or overall,
Go to Bi hoicks' if you're a rough,
They'll shine you up, however tough.
Go to Brmints;' if you can,
For they can suit just any man.
Go to Britoi'.its', yo ting and old.
One half their worth h ih ne'er been told,
Goto Bl'ltoKIts' I'.daee (V Ihmi; II. else,
Rilfht opposite the in Openi II ll-e.
1 HE .
HE WILL 11 No TO MoltllOW.
Washington, June Vr. John W. (ii.i
teaucaine from tin; white house this i.to r-
noon witlt eyesi red with weeping and a
face sad with despair. II.: had just spent a
half hour with the president, and had put
before G. 'ii. Ardiur what he believed lobe
the proof of hi brother's insanity, Thu
president heard him patiently, but there
was nothing o! encouragement iu bis tone
as ho said that the papers would be re
ferred to tho nttomev general. It had
been said that the president was inclined
to think that Guiteau was insane. This is
not true. Gen. Arthur believes that what
ever doubt there may have been on that
point, if any, was settled atOui'cau's trial,
and there has been no representation by
any of the physicians that Guiteau has be
come insane uinco the trial. If there hid
been any claim that insanity h id been
IlKVKLOI'EI) SIM'K THE Till VI,,
and such claim had been stlppoitcd by the
affidavits of responsible and competent
physicians, it is probable that, in spite of
popular clamor, a commission might have
been appointed to make an examination
into his condition ; but the only claim made
is tha. Guiteau's mental condition is pre
cisely what it was at the time of the mur
der, and that iUestion has been determined.
Guiteau will hang mi Friday if hi: lives
until th -ii. But in the presence of certain
and inevitable death lies condemned assas
sin nas !. en to-day as ipiict and content, to
all appearances, as tho children whose
merry shouts ut play must have reucliuil
his ears troin without. Not one indication
has been given by him that apprehension
of death, or that tin: instinctive
love of life has disturbed his mind. He
knows that the gallows is being put in
readiness. He has heard the sawing of
tinibcrand the fall of the pieces, the play
of the drop on its hinio s as the workmen
were perfecting it for its wink, and hi: must
have known what tin se preparations meant;
hut during it all In: wa.t engaged 111 relig
ious conversation with the Kv. Dr. Hicks
conversation in which he took the prin
cipal part. It almost scent'"! us though
the conditions were reversed, and that the
pastor was the num who sought the consola
IlI PKNTAM'IC AND Folio I VEN ESS.
Dr. Micks reports Guiteau as changing only
in that he s.eeins to become calmer and
calmer as the end draws near; nor can the
pastor see that this is forced calmness. To
the experienced eye of the religious teaclur
it is the calmness of entire content.
and her little daughter arrived last even
ing. She is inclined to be reticent as to her
intentions, but .has indicated a purpose to
see the president, and endeavor to induce
him to "rant her brother a respite. Shu
says she will go to the jail to see her
brother as soon us she has done everything
for him possible. It is her intention to at
tend the execution if it comes to that.
Guiteau is said to be preparing a speech
to be delivered from the gallows. This,
however, is more a matter of inference thau
of knowledge. Those who ought to know
Bay that if he in contemplating such a
speech he has not yet prepared it. The
probability is, however, that he expects to
take advantage of thu opportunity and do
liver his final address to the American peo
ple on Friday. He may not writu out Mich
an address, but rely upon tho inspiration of
There is n growing belief at tho jail that
Guitetut's courage will fail at tho last mo
ment. SUMMER RESORT,
"Dixon Springs," unlike other sumniur
resorts, is rural in its appointments, com
bining the comforts of home with thu free
dom cf enmp lite.
are not hot and crowded, with plastered
walls, but aro separate, cool cottages giv
ing free access when desired to pure mouu
I I S I'ltllMKNAOKS
an: H it thus.; of fashion requiring much
time fui dress mid little for enjoyment, but
are shady walks through deep cool valleys
in L'r ui'l old wimiiIh tmd over ris ks and
hiils free from ibist and iiiojiiitoi .-.
are iron, sulphur an I magnesia, delightful
to the taste and strengthening to the sys
tem. Invalids suffering frmn djspepsia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney c in
pliiiiit", loss of appetite, debility and kin
dred diseases, are et-pecially benefitted by
Visitms will find in-iny improvements
made for thefr comfort and convenience;
rooms have been made more private ; new
cottages have been built, and reception
r 'Oius added, but care has at all times
been taken not to make any change that
would detract from or alter the rural, coun
tiy, fat 111 like, summer modi: of lis i 1 . u" ,
whose freedom has made life at "Dixon
Springs'' so pleasant and popular.
THE Kl K.N I I l lit
is all new, simple and clean. New mat-
tresses, new springs and new bedsteads have
been placed in all the cottages. The table
ware is bent white ware, with silver kuives
THE CHIEF COOK
is a man of bug experience as a steamboat
meat and pastry cook. The fare is abundant
and appetites always good.
A good laundry is connected wi;h the es
tablishment and gii'-sts can have washing
done at reasonable rates,
These have not been o'i rlooked. A
string band belongs to the house, and danc
ing can be indulged in every night. The
"Park" furnishes a magnificent croquet and
archery ground, and a grand "Story k
('amp" piano is kept for the use of guests.
ALLEN sI'llINo's l'OsT OKKICE, I'orK ( ol NTY
is one fourth of a mile from the springs
and the utiil roach passe.s through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, aud from (lolconda on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, thus m iking a dui'y
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 the hot
Everything possible will be done to ren
der your visit a pleasant one.
Our rates are $8.00 per week. Other
Bummer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates are !i0 per
cent, below their old priceB, wu make no
advance over the old rates.
Jos. ft. Lemev, Proprietor.
Wits olectud by 11 majority of tun tlminuud votes
--to hu tho fluent 5c. ciar In tho miirkut.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMER TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOIt TKHM
Common School, Acailsmlc and Commercial
IIKNItY KIjOYD, UVik'Iut;