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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
THE DALLY BULLETIN.
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iKKIUlAL PAP1B Of OITY AND OOUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
MotMM tit tku Mama. Mum mbm per Its toi
flr-tnic! live contu pur lino each muIth ij u.hi l unci
lion. For oiiu week., leccuti ii:r liiiu. rOI tnie
niotil h, )i cent". Ir 1 no
0LM8TEA.D .V WINTER,
Auctioneers ami Commission Merchants,
No. MS Eighth Street,
Between Commercial And Washington a,vs.
Out of the tire, cur. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is at present at tin
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, Se
tweeo 8th ami itth streets. Orders will le
rilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Furnished Booms tor Kent.
Several large furnished rooms for rent ti
stairs in Tiik Blllktln building. Apply
to Mrs. FlT70 KHALI).
eight to ten good horses, suitable for street
car purposes. Call on or address CniroSt.
Ry.Oo, City Depot at 28th St.
tf 0. V. Nkkk, Supt.
Attention Members of the Anchor Fire
All members of the Anchor Kite compa
ny are requested to be at the engine bouse
promptly at 8 o'clock, Puesday morning,
for the purpose of taking p'irt in the prooea
Bummer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to nil the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, owa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Rites low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ti k t Agi nt,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. HAN80N, General Passenger Agent.
Bougltl and Leased.
1 have bought the meat shop, stork and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L.J.
Koehlcr to attend to it. A. full assortment
of fresh meats will be constantly kept on
hand and patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. 1 have also leased the
steam sausage factory of Koehler Brothers
on Seventeenth strict, and will be
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of the beat quality ou short
notice. Orders from abroad and at borne
solicited and promptly filled.
200 Boxes Lemons
En route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Measina, Palermo, Carini, Catania,
and Verdelli, which 1 offei to the city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
B. K. Wilson, 78 Onto Levee.
Cairo, June tilth, 1882.
J. A. NICKLE8,
171 warhi.noton a vknit.,
between 10th and 11th streets, gives no
tice to the people of Cairo and the public
in general, that be has established himsell
in business again, and is prepared to receive
orders for Gentlemen's tine Hoots und Shoes
of the best workmanship and material, tie
will also have on hand at nil times a good
assortment of Hoots and Shoe-, of his own
make. He. has 11 lot of his own ready made
work which was saved from the tire in
good order, and which he will sell at cost
price. Thankful for the liberal patrons ri
with which he was favored in tin pn t, In
hopes tor the same at his new stand.
CAito, June IS, 1882. 2w
Notice to Consumers of Ice,
My wagons Will run through the SUBSOU
delivering ire to all parts ot the city. I
bate also an ie box on Eighth street at ,1.
Walters' and at my office 00 Tenth street,
at (.'. w. Wheeler's wood yard win re
orders may be left A share of your bus-
Incus ii, solicited and orders will receive
prompt and OSrelUl attention.
Quo W. Bpbhi b,
Use TnB CAtBO UuLLBTIM perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manille, squally g I lor ink or penoil. For
sale, in three sues, at the office. No. ii and
H. lire and ten cent., each by the -.ingle one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the tiade.
Cottaok roR bkkt, m irood location
Cheap to a yon : I. mint. Apply up stairs iu
Tan lit 'i.i. 1. 1 1 m building.
tf. UBS. Fri7.oKiiAi.ii.
Receipt books, I lalru dati line, perfora
ted stub, suited to mi v business, manufac
tured Md for sale at the Onto Bulletin
Sprout's Retail ice Box,
OoosnmMI of ice are notified that foi
their convenience I l.ave built a large tee
box on Eighth street In CunditTi store wbore
ice in anv quantity can at all timet be oh
rained, My customers will remember thai
their tickets will be punched at this htand
j act the ssme as by driven of wagons, tf,
Dry Goods Balosmtn Wanted,
We wish to secure lbs service of a thor
oughly competent diy goods salesman. A
permanent position will be given to one
who understands his business, and who can
give sstisfsctory reference.
II Ciias. R. Stuart.
Don! fall to call on L. a Phelps the
Sixth stieet photographer for oae ot those
elegant (10x13) photographs and frames
whu h he is presenting to each of his patrons
who favor htm with an ordei lor one dozen
of his best style cabinet photogrffphsat regu
lar i ales.
The regttUr price of ties iictuie and
frame is $7.00. Those who desire to avail
themselves of this chance to secure this tine
present will be wise to rail early as this of
fer is positively good ouly until July
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
MotlOM iu tbM coiumua, ion cents pur line,
mcIi Intuition. Mirkoil
1)0 gallons of ice cream at Snup's to
- See notice in special locals of salesman
wanted by Mr. C. h Stuart.
Rev. J. A.. Bcarrett conducts the usual
services in the Methodist church this morn
ing and evening.
BeO notice in special locals of "free
photographs" by Mr. L. A. I'helps, the
Sixth street artist.
Simp's ice cream parlors is the place
lor ice cream. It
The ferryboat Lula Belle is still under
water mi the Missouri shore. No illort has
liti yet been made to raisu her.
Itev. A.J. Hess will hold service at the
Baptist church this morning, and Prof,
Campbell, ol Missouri, will preach at night
at the same place.
Two colored pugilists of Wisconsin,
who arc on their way to New Orleans, will
give an exhibition of their skill at tin
Tenth street h ill to morrow night.
The members ofthe Anchor tire compa
ny are requested, by notice is special locals,
to meet at their engine house prmptly at 8
o'clock, Tuesday morning.
Go to 1'hil II. Saup'S ice cream par
lors for 4ce cream to-day. it
Small fireworks and the toy pistol are
already beginning to be heard from, w hich
is not over agreeable to tl.e victims and
A notary public says the worst test ol
a man's financial standing is to protest his
note at the bank. A "protest" is also fatal
to some delegates to a Republican conven
tion. -The Lentli specialty combination,
which has attracted large crowds at Mr.
Barry Walker's Comiquo every night last
week, is lulled for three nights m DuOjioin,
beginning ou the 5th,
There is no icecream superioi to that
manufactured by Phil. II. Baup. it '
No person will be sllowed to establish
any refreshment stand, in the vicinity of
St. Mary's park, on the Fourth of July. By
order of the committee, Henry Dunker,
Services will be held byRectoi P.P.
I) avenport, in the Church of the Redeemer
to-day as follows : Sunday School at 0 :.J0
a. in,; Holy Communion at 11 a. m.t Even
ing Prayei at s p m.
The punter makes such havoc with
copy, referring to Ruv. Mr. Martin that we
feel compelled to leave Mr. Martin ami his
meetings out of Tbb Bcllbtik hereafter.
Mr. Martin claims that he does not "deliver
powerful sermons," only good plain talks.
Foi ice cream of the best quality, and
of any flavor, go to Phil. U. Baup's par
Services in the Presbyterian church
this morning will be made doubly interest
ing by the administration by Rev. B. Y.
George of thu rite of holy communion. In
the evening the utiial interesting lecture
will bo delivered.
Botne day, wbon you say that in the
springof lss'i potatoes sold lor 18.50 a
bushel in Cairo, the youngstors at your knee
will wonder if the old man is no, drawing
it a little strong. Hut such is history.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will set dinnei Oil the Fourth of July at
the old Temperance hall on Tenth street.
The patronage and Influence of the people
of Cairn, and the visitors generally, are re
spectfully solicited. Dinner 85 cents.
( Ibioago Ice cream extra.
--Fourth of July will be celebrated in a
befitting mannoi by Mr, II. F. Wilburd, at
lodges Park, by a barbecue, fireworks,
mui ic, danclng,utc. Trains will leave hi re
on the St bonis ami Cairo railroad at 10
o'clock a. in and I p.m.; and leave Hodges
Park at " and s p m, grand lime iu
In an sooidcut "ii the Now Jersey I len
Mill railroad, in which a train was thrown
from a bridge, on the 28th, about, one
hundred passengers were injured, some of
them fatally. General Grant was puhed
out of the smoking car uninjured. Tin
noted in tor, John T. Raymond, had a collar
bone brokeuand other injuries.
All Savors of the finest ice cream in
the city on sale nt Phil. H. Simp's to-day.
The first Dumber ofOarbondal Iritarion
published at Carbondole by Messrs, W. II.
alien and w. P, Ltgbtfoot, oemetous yes
terday. The ptpt r is a patent inside,
seven-Column folio, well printed and shock
full oi good news and comments. Il is
Democratic in polities, mui is therefore
quite a curiosity to the people of Carbon
dale. Its good effects will soon be per
ceptible, it will subdue that vienms
man, Barton. Tbb Bollbtik wishes its
Democratic neighbor abundant success.
Jonesboro Gazette ; "Judge Browning
convened a special term ofthe circuit court
In this city on last Monday morning, with
the object of trying the above celebrated
case. The people wete represented by states
Attorney Kanaka, Judge Crawford, and
Day A. (Ileal. The defense was assigned
by thee nut to M.J. Inscore, N. II. Msxey
and T N. Foster. The first indictment was
quashed. A special venire was issued foi
u Grand J my, return ible on Tuesday mot n
ing at 10 o'clock. A new indictment was
fiaiued, a motion to quash which was over
ruled. A, change of venae was applied foi
but denied, end a continuance being then
requested to the regular September term
The Bpridgfleld Journal, iu un item
H produced elsewhere, oilers a suggestion t..
the Republicans of this senatorial district,
which is deserving of their consideration.
It suggests that the Hon. W. T. Scott be
sent to the legislature from this district.
Mr Bcotl has certainly shown that he is an
able politician, judged by the Republican
Standard of to-day; he represents three
thousand voters of his own district who
hold the balance of power, and one thou
sand of them are his absolute political
slaves. That Mr. Scott wields a power
which it is injudicious to ignore has been
amply proven by the political events ofthe
last week or two. He is the John Kelly
of Alexander county Republicanism, and he
will have "hum or bust"- the Republican
The Springfield Journal (Republican)
gives the following compliment to the
wileyWm. T. Scott, of this city, who was
a delegate to the state convention on the
I) union side: "Prominent among the col
ored delegates present in tin- convention,
yesterday, was Mr. William Scott, of Alex
under county. Mr. Scott is the editor of
the Cairo Gazotte, a papjr devoted vig
orously t the interests of bis race particu-
arly, ami to the interests of his city and
county generally. As a delegate In; created
a favorable impression, and to his able
presentation of the claims of his race he
fore the committee on the appointment of
a member upon tin; central committee are
tbo Colored people indebted for a representa
tion which they obtained in the person of
Dr. McGee, o Massac, as noted elsewhere.
It is ii ie irally rcinai lie 1 that Bcott would
make a good member of the house, and,
should the people of his district decide to
send a colored man, which we learn is con
siderably talked of. he Would no doubt
make an acceptable member, and one who
would do no discredit to the constituency
who may choose such a representative."
A German satirist has produced the
following fable, of winch the application is
appatunt i i nere wereonco tour rues, ana,
is it happened, ihoy were hungry one morn
ing, rue iirst settieu open a sausage 01
singularly appetizing appearance and made
a hearty meal, but he Bpeedily died ot in
testinal inflammation, for the sausage was
adulter tteo witu ainiine. in.- wcmia nv
. . . , , . , ... ... . . 1 A .
ireakfastod upon flour, and forthwith suc
cumbed to contraction oi the stomach, ow
ing to the inordinate quantity of alum with
which the Hour had been adulterated. The
third fly was slaking his thirst with the
contents of the milk jug, when violent
cramps suddenly convulsed his frame, ind
bo soon gave up the ghost, a victim to
chalk adulteration. Seeing this, the fourth
fly, muttering to himself, 'The sooner It's
ovi i the soonei to sleep,' alighted upon a
moistened sheet of paper exhibiting the
oounterfi it presentment of a death's head,
and the Inscription, 'Fly Poison.' Apply
ing the tip of his proboscis to this device,
the tourth fly drank to his heart's content,
growing more vigorous and cheerful at
every mouthful, although expectant of his
end. Hut he did not die, On the contrary,
he throve and waxed fat. You see, even
the fly poison was adulterated.
Brother Roborts, of the Pulaski Pa
triot, in reply to Tin. Ht r.i.LTiN's little in
side history ol the manner in which, ami
reason why, Pulaski county was carried
for Judge Voiing, touches very gingerly
upon the real question and is satisfied with
a few quibbles about mutters of no im
portance. Though he Intimates, in a gen
eral way, that Tin. I'.i i.i.ki r, is not
reliable, he does nol deny that Pulaski
county's instruction for Judge Young
was the, result of a bargain between that
gentteuiun and Meisrs. tToganan'd RibartH.
Neither Iocs hedeny that, nine of the Pu
Laski County delegation will vote for Capt.
Thomas on the second ballot in the con
gressional convention, but ho musters up
OOUrage enough to say that such an net on
the part of the delegates would be "mean
and Infamous." Captain Roberts' failure
to deny those two Important assertions of
Tiik. Rullktin Is equal to an admission at
lead ol their probable truth. Come,
urothct Kohiirls, oe tair, he bold. Voii are
too honest to deny, too cowardly to admit.
the truth. Come out, and If danger threat
cub, give the signal of distress and, though
we are little, we re mud, met we stanl tit
your back till your "corporation" civet in
ami overwhelms the universe.
As predicted Mr. John Waugh, of
m !-.:.. .H.A..H..J LI. . m
Mounuviiy, nno uyuuuvu uimSSU SI a
candidate for county clerk of Pulaski coun
ty, in opposition to the colored nominee for
that position, Mr. Hairis. Mr. Waugh
comes out as nn independent candidate
which may lie looked upon as the first step
in Pulaski county to follow in the track of
Ai- gander, the public business of which has
been so long and so satisfactorily man e e l
by gentlomon elected without any refi i
ence to their political opinions. Mr. Waugh
was induced to come out by the urgent
requests of many good and prominent
white Republicans of Pulaski county, who
are averse to casting their vote for the
nominee of the Republican convention.
Why this should be so is not easy to tell.
Mr. Ranis is said to be a
competent young man, in every respect,
qualified to bold the little office to which
he aspires. The white Republicans of Pu
laski county are evidently only professors,
not practitioners, of the doctrine embodied
in the Fifteenth amendment and the Civil
Rights bill, and in this they are only fol
lowing the example ol their more northern
brotbeis. Pulaski county is Rcpablican
by a majority of four hundred and thirty
two, not counting the thirty seven Green
baikers, and if Mr. II mis is defeated,
whit a sad commentary it will he upon
the Republicans oi that county.
Mr. E. Blatx, the great hoer brewer ol
Milwaukee, Wis, was a guest at The
Mr. John Koehler, wdm has been travel
ing in the vicinity of Maiden, New Madrid
and Dexter for his health, returned Friday
Mr. George Clark returned yesterday
morning from Notre Dame, Jnd., having
acquitted himself vory creditably while in
the academy there.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of St. Louis, who
have been visiting the letter's sister, Mis.
C. N. Hughes, in this city for a week or
two, have returned home.
Col. and Mrs. John Wood, who went to
Chicago some time ago to attend the wed
ding of their son John, returned borne yes
DuQuoin Tribune: Mr, James P.Mason,
circuit clerk of Franklin county, and Mrs.
Mary Qoodc, of Cairo, were united in wa d
lock at the St. Nicholas hotel, this city, 00
last Thursday eveniog. Years ago, Mr.
Mason was sheriff of this county, .and dur
ing his residence in Franklin county, has
held several offices of trust and responsi
bility. MOW oii'S MAN" WENT TOM EE j
Closing scene., of Guiteau's Life.
rUBOBOBB or PROCESSION 0P Till. SCAFFOLD
TIIK SII.K LIB BO CAP TIIK COFFIN
TBB BO W06 OUTBIDS Till-. OllOl'
TIIK BTBU0OUM0 - HAULS
WaSBINOTOM, June .'10: The SSSASSin
rose at 0 :80 this morning end professed to
have had a good nights rest though the
warden contradicted this. Before he had
partaken of his breakfast numerous visitm
called to take a ln.it look at him, but no one
The Coffill which was very plain, made of
common white wood ami stained in Imita
tion of rose wood was brought to the jail
and placed under the gallows at mi early
hoUl m the forenoon.
Quiteau had several fitsof passion in
which he dent unced every body and said
that the president and the whole country
Would go to hell because of his Ignoble
biking oil. lie took occasion several times
to iinpre-:- i' upon tire numb of all around
him that he wanted "the murder to come
off at 12:00 o'clock sharp not be kept in
fiuspi me '. Bttt catching the humor in the
last word he said ''I may be suspended but
I dont want to be kept in suspense," ami he
laughed loudly the liist time in several (lays.
About eleven o'clock he ate a hearty din
At 11:80 GuitoSU wept bitterly. The
dnctoi was present and found him and
cheered hnn up and he soon bOCSmO calm
again, evidently ashamed of his weakui is
II. brother on hearing of it said, "Charh
is very tender-hearted.
At ill) a company ot hoiiits was
marched into the rotunda and stationed in
a row on thu east side in a long linn load
ing to the scaffold. Dr. Hicks conducted
religious services in the cell.
At 19 o'i lot k precisely the procession ap
peared ami mounted the scaffold steps in
the following order: First, Gon. Crockor
ami Dr, Ilii k i; m I, Gultoau, with Capt.
( 'oh man on the right and .bones Mureheftd
on the left; third, the guards, John W.
Jones and William II. Hudson; fourth,
Capt. Crocker and Tims. Johnson. QultOBU
was dressed in a plain suit of blue cloth, a
boiled sjiirt and a paper collar, a fact in
itself showing Ins unfitness to live. It was
the snme suit presented him by his brothel
lOOD after the trial.
The black cap was made of common
paper cambric unlined, A fancy silk cap
lined with red, frilled nt the bottom and
tusseled at the top.wtiH sent by n Missouri
female crank, but it was not used. It will
be preset veil ns a curiosity,
GuitSBU looked pile hut nervy, and
walked with a firm tread and Blended the
scaffold without assistance. After a short
prayer by Dr. Hicks Uniterm read achapter
from the bible in acinar tlrm voice, not a
perceptible tremor being audible. Dr
Hicks held the book: this finished, he rend
Our Poetical Maoh.ine.
i UOBBS1 the men, deny who can
In clothe the mortal nice ol man.
i. ' to BUBO BBS ' if you are able,
i ir Curbs that suit Church, Shop or Stable
Go to BUUOBUS' With your boys,
fir t'Chei are far better than toys.
Go In BUIUJBBS' and see the styles,
Buy, "i buy not, you'll have then smiles.
ii. it. I Into mis' if you're iti love,
T iu e.ii and pants lit liken glove.
Do to Bl i. oi.it . if vou're sad,
Ttteir st h make i 'en the mourners glad.
Co to lb ROHtIS' if yoU ate poor,
They'll make prices suit you sure,
tin to Bu no bub' ii you're i h h,
Their styles ale ail the "tony" pitch.
Co to BUBO BUS if you're wise,
You're sure to drawn brilliant prize.
Co to Bubo sum' if you're hot,
Then BUmmer rigs OOOl on the Spot.
Co to Buna Bits' If you're tut,
They'll tone you down from sock to hat.
Co to Bubo-sum' if you're lean,
They'll pad you so 'twill not be seen.
Un to BuboOT8 if you're short,
Their rigs are all the natty sort.
Co to BOBOBBB1 if you're tall,
For coat or pants or overall.
Colo Bu HO BUS1 if you're a rough,
They'll shine you Up. boWl ver tough.
do to ifiTu.mc-' if you can,
For they can lull Just any man
Go io BuitoBBS', yn ung and 1 Id,
One half their wo'th be nc'el been told.
Goto BuBQBtts'P'i'ice Clothing House,
Right opposite the lew Opera HU e.
his prayer, it consisted ol an argument
and an assertion of hi-inspiration In slay
ing Garfield, and a threat that this nation
must suffor for his death, reiterating his
assertion previously rend that this nation
and everybody concerned in his death
would go to boll, lb' denounced Arthur
as a coward Then oamo his poem en
' CHILDISH SIMI'I.II ITV."
Be said be wrote it about tOo'olock UmI ij .
which was a lie, as he wrote it last night,
it was rhapsody, an I he cried like a child
while reading it. Dr. Hicks said a few in
audible words and placed his hands upon
Guiteau's head. Then came the placing of
the noose and black cap, and at nine min
utes to 1 the drop foil with a heavy thud.
A soon as Bl DBOPFKD
a crowd of reporters rushod out with their
notes to the outer nllice. About the same
moment the outside crow d br"ke into the
office ami dire confusion prevailed. Tun
jMiiice were powerless, but they cloned the
door leading to the rotunda and neither
reporters nor soy one could get back to see
the body Cut down. A moment after the
bolt was pulled the prisoners all over the
jail sent up n -limit, a mingled cheer and
how l. There was very little struggling, a
slight drawing up the legs being the
only movement perceptible. The crowd
outside was very orderly, ca'tuly awaiting
the cutting down of the body, conversing
as cheerfully as if nothing unusual had
happened. Guiteau's brother was present
in 111..- crowd and seemed a- chcerfui as the
rest. About 20 minutes after the drop feil
the body was low ered to enable the doctors
to examine the pulse, but it wis md until
the body hid hum: U'i minutes that life
was pronounced oxtioct, an I it WSJ then cut
As soon as
Till'. BOOT WAS LOWUKKD
it was place d m tin coflin, Thocrowd then
ti.-d past ami viewed the remains. The
countenance looked ctim Ril l peaceful aj
though death hid ensued from tmtursl
Causes; it Waa not dn-torUd in the least.
Borne time was consumed intbiswsy, ami
as this is written tb crowd has not cleared
sufficiently to allow the autopsy to oO m
nteoce. Tie crowd outside Jsll, not targsi
than usual io executions, was orderly sad
quiet, the crank element being ..mall.
kMATtMltn i" CBBAT TUB OALItWSi
Referenct In.- bun made in this report to
a bouquet of !l Wl N SeOl QuitSSU by Mr.
BcoviUe yesterday and ol n removal bom
bis cell. Bberitl Roes fii-t snwjt when be
went to the door after lUppei ami Baked
Quiteau who sent it. "My li :li I," said he.
The warden wah bed bis i bencc and spirited
it away. His suspicions were aroused by
its having been sent by Mrs. Scoviile and
it was carefully dissected. It was found
tocoutainno biddisi iustrutnenl or phial,
but a loset i Humiliation showed that some
oi the flowers bad been saturated w ith
A DBA0LT KM ll,
said Dr, Ml Williams undertook to arrange
foi analysis. Moan while Dr. Hicks recalled
tin ponsMoucy with which Mis. Scoviile
bad onaoavorod to gel Into thu cell In the
afternoon. The desire she had to speak
privately with her brother und her disap
pointed look when the found she could not,
all this made it seem ns if then: could be
no mistake, yet no publicity wan given the
affair until McWilliams should have made
the analysis, lie drove up town for the
purpose this morning at 6 o'clock, and at
this hour has not returned.
Blight's Disease, Dlabotei.
Beware of the stuif that, pretondi to cure
tln se diseases or other sci miis Kidney, Uri
nary or Liver Diseases, as they only relieve
for a time and make you ten times worse
efterwasds, but rely solely on Hop Hitters,
the only remedy that will surely und per
manently cure you. It destroys and re
moves the cause of disease so effectually
that it never returns.
It is W0HTU UBMBMBBBING that nobody
enjoys the nicest surroundings it iu bad
health. There ars miserable people about
to day with one foot In the grave, w hen a
bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic would do
them more good than all the doctors ami
medicines they hnvo ever tried. Boo ndv.
SUM MLR RESORT.
HI oN sI'UI.NUS.
"Devon Springs," unlike other summer
resorts, is rural in its appointments, coin-
, bluing the oomfortsof home with the free
liom i i camp lite.
are not hot ami crowded, with plastered
walta, but are separate, cool cottages giv
log free access when desired to pure moun
U s PBOMBBAOBS
are not those of fashion requiring muc h
tune for dress and little for enjoyment, but
are shady walks through deep cool valleys
in grand old STOodl and over ris k- ami
hills free from dust and mosquitoes.
are iron, sulphur ami magnesia, delightful
to the Uste and strengthening to the svs-
tern, Invalids sufierittg from dyspepsia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney complaint.-,
lobsof appetite, debility and kin
dredjdiseaseBj are especially benefitted by
Visitors will find many improvi meats
made tor their comfort ami convenience;
rooms have been made more private; new
Cottngis have been built, and reception
rooms added, but care lets at all times
been taken not to make any change thai
would detract from or alter the rural, coun
try, farm like, summer mode of living,
whose free. loin has made life at "Dixon
Springs" so pleasant and popular.
is all new, simple and clean. New mat
trc.--.-, new springs and new bedsteads have
been placed in all the cottages. The table
wan-is best white ware, with silver knives
TIIK I IKK (Ook
is a man of 1 m expefieOCS as a steamboat
meat and pastry cook. The fare it abundant
and appetites always good.
A good laundry is connected with ttu es
tablishment and guests can have w.- Dg
done at reasonable rates.
UStl sLMKNTS. .
These have not been overlooked. A
String baud belongs to tin- house and danc
ing can be indulged in every Bight The
'Turk." furnishes a magnificent croquet and
archery ground, ami a grand "Mory A
Camp" piano is kept for the use of guests.
AlttBtM PBINO'l POST OtWU B, POPI OOUBTT
is one fourth of a mile from the spring
arid the mail coach passes through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday und Satur
day, and from Gulconds on Monday, Wed
nesday arid Friday, thus making a daily
arrival and departure ofthe mails.
Von an rdially invited to come to
"Dixon Springs" snd spend a few days or
weeks in its cool shades during the hot
Everything possible will be done to ten
der your visit n pleasant one.
Our rates are $8,00 per week. Other
summer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates are BO per
cent, below their old prices, we make no
advance over the old rates.
Jos. B. LbBTBK, Proprietor.
Whs sleeted bye majurltv of '"a thonssnd rows
--tube the llnest .Ic. ciirar In tin) market.
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