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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOOAli ITEMS.
(ret and Bra centi nr llnu ch milt'.iienl lii.nr
lion. Fur on wwit, icunti per lluu. for oiie
rvourup iu iaiB coiaiim. i!iLmi cntN iter nt... rm
momn, oo outa poriinu
If you want a good square tmal call on
diaries Schoonmyer. Ho has also accom
modation for a few more day hoarders.
His table is known to bo first class ami
Out of Ihu (Ire, cor. of 8:h and Levee, my
ice house an J office is at present n t the
City Hrcwcry, on Washington avenue, '.
tween Bih ami IMh streets.' Orders will he
filled same as usual, both wholesale ami
retail. Wagons supply rcguhuly every iluy.
Furnished Rooms lor Kent.
Several large furnished rooms for rent up
stairs iu Tub Bulletin building. Apply
to Mrs. FrrzuEUALD.
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 23 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
eight to ten good horses, suitable for street
car purposes. Call on or uddress Cairo St.
By. Co. City Depot at 28th st.
tf C. V. Nkkk, Supt.
Hranth. Butcher Whop.
Ou Saturday inoruing wo will ojien a
branch butcher shop, on Eighth street, in
the house lately occupied by Win. Win
ter's grocery, where will bo kept at all tunes
for tho city trade, choice cut meats of ull
kinds, which will bo delivered, free ol
charge, to any part of the city.
Jiissit I Iinki.ic A Sun. 4t
Bought ami Leased.
I have bought tho meat shop, stuck an.
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Kiehlcr,
on tlie south side ol Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
luienicr io auewi to it. A lull assortment
of fresh meats will be constantly kept on
hand aud patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
steam sausago factory of Kochlcr Bmihors
on Seventeenth street, and will be
prepared to furnish any. variety or quantity
of sausages of the bent ouality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited ami promptly tilled.
200 Boxc LeiuoiiH
En route, consisting of the following va
rieties: Messina, Palermo, Carini, Cabutia,
and Verdelli, which I otf.-r to tho city and
country trade at reasonable prices.
S. E. Wilson, 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, June l'Jth, 18S2.
J. A. N ICICLES,
171 WASHINOTON AVICNIL,
between 10th and 11th streets, cives
tice to the people ol Cairo and the public
in general, that he has established himscll
in business again, and is prepared to receive
orders for Uuut leinen's linu Boots ami Shoes
of tho best workmanship ami material. He
will also have on hand at all times a good
assortment of Bools and Shoes of his own
make. Ho has a lot of Ins 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 he was favored in the past, he
Lopes for the same at his new stand.
Caiuo, Juno 15, IHH2.
Koticc toCoiiNiiiiiei'M of Ice.
My wagons will run through the seiAoii
delivering ice to all parts o the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my officii on Tenth slieet,
ut 0. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may lie left. A share ol your bus
luosa is solicited and orders Will leceive
prompt ami caret ul attention.
OliO. W. SI'KNCK.
Use Tun Caiuo Ui.llmi.n neifoiatod
watch-book, made of calendered jute
trmu ill a, usually good lor ink or pencil. 'For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollii e. No. 2 and
8. live and ton cent each by tho single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
CorrAUB KOIt UKNT, ill good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up utaiis iu
Tint Bullktin building.
tf. Mas. FnztiKit.M.i).
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
ted stub, suited to any buiiinesti, manufac
tured and for ttalu at the Cairo liullelin
Kproafs Retail lc liox.
Consumer of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in CumJiiTa store whore
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customer! will remember that
their ticket! will bo punched at this stand
just tho same as by driven of wagons, tf.
John Brno at.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Not Icon in theae ooinmni, ten cdk per line,
inch Imurlion. Marked
Adams & West lake Oil .Stoves, at
Davidson's. Best on Earth. (It
Try ono of Uoorgo Stinehotiscs' "dry
shampoos." There is nothing like it for
csiling the head; besides, it possesses the
merit of being cheap.
Tim Cairo Street Railway company
wants eight or ten good horses immediately.
See notice in special locals, by Mr. C V.
Ice frozen by machinery is now used
almost exclusively in southern cities, as it
is cheaper than that brought from the mirth,
except at seaboard places. The retail price
has lallen from fi per hund red before the
war to ifl.oO.
When Frank Jenkins, and his com
panions in crime, read about fl.0,0lil)
being won on a single poker band, the
lepiha of their feelings could not he.
sounded by the deepest of deep sua dredges.
It was just too utterly unutterably too too.
In England : Fust Sou of Albion
,l 'Ave you seen tin- news from II iinorica?"
S.jcond 8. of A. "No: Hi 'aven't 'ad the
hoppcrtuiiity to read hanything to-day."
F.S. A.-"Wy, sir, that bloody Hirish
man, Davitt, his got there, and thoHamcr.
icans were so hiiidignant that V was Imc-
tuaHy diiven to 'is 'otel!"
Tlie While county for at Carmi, Ills.,
opens Tuesday, September 5th, an I con
tinues until the Uth inclusive. Eight
thommd dollars is offered in premiums.
One of the principal features will be a
race of blooded horses, in which a largo
number of well known hoises will take
Thollibi in i in im held a sociable at their
hill on Washington avenue, Wednesday
night, which was a more than ordiuaiily
pleasant affair. A good sized company was
present; line music had been provided, and
the enjoyment was great and general
throughout the greater part of the night.
Tho Hibernian boys seem to bu becoming
steadily more successful in managing en
tertainments of this kind.
While the reddentu of Mound
City and Paducab am painting their noses,
tho people of Cairo are painting their
houses. Tho number of houses painted
here this year exceeds the record of any
year in tho city's history, and the Cairo,
ito sdeserves a good deal of praise for
the improvements ho has made in his
scenery. Painting is cimtly, but it is pre
servative and beautifying, aud should be
kept up by everybody who can afford it.
Tho "year without a summer" was
181b. Cattle were killed by freezing
weather in Juno that year in tho New
England and Middle States. In Maine
and Vermont tho snow was ten inches
deep. July was wintry and icy. August
was the same, but iu September it was a
little warmer, and then camo" bitter cold
weather until tho end of the year. The
next year was a fine productive season. A
cold summer has been predicted this year,
but it would not bo sate to trust such a pre
diction. It is very likely that wo shall
have one of tho hottest summers on record.
Granny Argus says Tub Bullktin of.
yesterday intimated that some one would
b bought at tho county convention yestcr
nay, ami concludes by saying that
"lint Iii'i.LKTiN is too apt to measure
everybody else in i'.s own peck
measure." Tub Bullktin intimated noth
ing of tho kind. It simply predicted that
some of the disgusted Damroii (?; delegates
would forsake Dunron, uot because
they would b) "bought," hut because of
the infamous manner in which the Uainroii
faction hinl conducted tho canvass, and in
this Tub IIi li.ktin was right, as tfie events
of the day proved. Tho readiness and
persistency with which some people and
"things," distort tho truthful and innocent
lltteiauces of others into something vile,
does not prove angelic, purity of mind on
--This week has been an unusually bril
liant one at Mr. Hairy Walker's Theatre
CoiniijUo. Large crowds have gathered
there every night, and have been enter
tained in a grand stylo. The troupe this
week Us been an exceptionally largo ami
fine one, an I one of its special features is
"'ft Diclz combination, composed
of live oerfovmer . all utnr ,.r
the biighlest on the variety stage.
Mr. Chut lea Morris is a champion clog
dancer. His movements are all graceful
and display a wondeifu! lunhcrucHS and
precision of step. Miss Mattie Bliss is one
of the most chatining of serin comic song
stiches. She is a lady of culture and tal
ent. Miss Letha (lleiiioy, a young lady of
very aMiactive appearance, never tails to
"bring down tho house" with
her lightning changes in rich,
beautiful costumes, and with her sweet
songs. Mr. Lew Tatuui is a humorous
character, who certainly stands at tho head
of this specialty in the profession. The af
ter piece, entitled "The Old Slave's Mis
take, "has had a big run so lar this week,
isftill of pathos nnd humor combined iu a
way to create a powerful effect upon tho
audience and leave it in a most happy stale
of mind at thu end. Everybody should go
to tho Comiipiu this week aud next, to see
tho "Gig F.vu." it
Milwaukee is to follow the load of St.
Louis, and has issued an edict agalust
KMublinj;. The world is actually getting
DAILY 0A1K0 HULLKTIN;
better. In most instancea gamblers, like
colli blooded nmrderuis.seck the protection
of courts against justice. How well and
what extent they succeed in this both St.
Louis and Cairo can toll. In St. Louis the
law is declared unconstitutional upon
niero pretense, and when the superior court
reverses this declaration, themiiiiuium pen
nlfl iu nuiuu... T.. I ...I. .1 II
.,.,.. ... v.ru Wi.u gummer
mere aw, manage to long elude tho watch
ful eye of tho officers, aud when finally
brought to bay, the courts, with a tearful
eye. handle them with kid-.ov.., Un.U
and smooth their rLditeouslv r,.i,r!.n.l
tempers with gentle words and gentler
penalties. Tiuly there is no more affecting
scenes than a meeting between tho average
police, judge and a convicted gambler,
There is a fellow feeling between the two
cnncnals, ami a strong attachment, which
challenges the unwilling admiration of even
tho honest populace.
Michael Davitt, the great Irish aL'itstor,
is expected to pass through this city within
the next ten days, on his way to St. Louis to
deliver uu address to tho Irish lea-'uo there.
The Irish citizens of Cairo havo until now
oeen very tame. 1 hoy have not made
any deinonstiutious of any kind to show
how they led with regard to the sufferings
of their patriotic brothers aud sisters on the
Emerald Isle. They should prepare to give
the great representative of Irish liberty a
grand reception Here it he can be prevailed
upon to stay over long enough. Michael
imviu is a reinaiKaiilo man. lie is himself
tho son of an Irish tenant, and one of his
early experiences was the eviction of his
whole family by an Irish landlord, and one
oi ins most vivnl memories is of a deivum-
lated country side and demolished hovels,
lie grew up rebellious against the British
system ol a governing Ireland, and his ac-
tivny in the Fenian times led to his arrest
in liO tor aiding and abetting in the levy-
ing of W;ir against the Ojieett, and he was
sentenced to fifteen years' imprisonment.
Ho was released iu ly77 on tho ticket of
leave. In 1STI he began tho agitation for
land relorm, which led to the organization
ot the Irish Land League by himself and
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Parnell. No man declaimed more ardently
against crimes and outrages of all Rinds in
Ireland than Davitt, but he was suddenly
arrested in ltWO and was not set free until
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May 6, of this year. Since then ho has been
wi-1,11111111111 uncoiiiproniisini' wariaro on
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the landlord system of Ireland, but he has
made the serious mistake of adopting Her-
her I Spencers and Henry George's commu-
nistic ideas of a laud system, as we showed
theothtrday. Parnell remains an advocate
of a peasant proprietary on a strictly legiti-
I wish to state to tho public that I havo
bought the interest of J. P. Thelp's, of Iowa,
in the Sixth street photo gallery and L. A.
Pliolp s interest is as formerly ami ho will
still continue to conduct tho business as
heretofore. A. 0. Pheij's
Mr. II. W. Hamson, state correspondent
of.tho Chicago Tribune, was in attendance
upon the comity convention in this city yes
terday, and reported it for the journal
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...u,:, an,u ...eeiiy yesieruay.
Mr. John Q. Harnian, of Mount Vernon,
is reported to be dangerously sick with
bright s disease, and to bo at Eureka
Springs trying to recover, but with little
prospect of success.
NKWS NOTES AND OOMMENTS.
The printers are on strike in Buffalo.
The pitissian minister of ri nance has re
signed. Rome is preparing for an international ex
position in 1&87.
Tho city treasurer of St. Loiiis sent 118,.
000 to New York Tuesday to pay interest.
The native chiefs in Zululand are tight-
mg. Cetywayo's brother is winner thus
Ihu number ol recruits for the Russian
army and navy lor the year is fixed at 212,-
Pittsburg has just shinned 2.000.000
bushels of coal to Cincinnati and Louisville.
It is estimated that there are now 70 000
head nl cattle on the trail iu the Indian tcr
litory. The Mexicans continue to slaughter the
Apaches as prisoners or hostiles whenever
they can catch them.
The steamer Escambia foundered tifftho
port of San Francisco. Out of a crew of
twenty seven only four escaped.
The bark Great Western was burned at
the pier at Oakland, Cal., Tuesday. Sev
eral other vessels were damaged.
The United States snagboat Woodruff
blew up at the Cincinnati wharf. The first
mate and fireman were badly injured.
One-half tho working force employed by
the U. S. engineer department in tho St.
Louis district is laid nil' on account of high
The protest of tho corporation of Dublin
agaiiiBt the repression bill was preseutod to
parliament by tho lord mayor in ,js 0f.
To-day tho weighty question will bo
BBkod Gladstone whether or not the Uuitod
States refuses to agree to the exmilHinn (r
the American suspects from Irulaud as a
couditlou of their release.
CABD OF THAN It.
to Mrs. Oilranler desires, through the col -
ll",im T"K Bum.ktin, to return her sin-
curo thanks to the Delta City Firo com pa -
a y a'"' ",0,,,aMy friends who assisted in
'HHt m '"es over tho ' remains of her
- 'l4tu husband.
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'r"EV MKET K'l TI1E c0l'KT ""UHK ,N A
convention, kulak hi- in a kikiu K
uow ANl) KNU I5i , W(' dklkhations to
tub conoulssional convention.
Nearly all tho Hepublicau precincts dele-
gates of the county weroprescnt at the court
house yesterday mnruing about nine o'clock
in accordance with the call of the Kupub!i-
can county central committee. From one
precinct no delegates were present
because no primaries had leen held, ami
M1'"'11 Jeveral others, as is known, double
delegations were present. The Damroii
'"'legates were all on one side f the house
t'lu Tnoinas delegates on the other.
The latter, it could be seen at a glance, were
much in the mnjority and coun
ted among their numbers several
the delegates who had been selected by
Dimrons lactum in tho primaries, but
who had not been instructed aud made use
of this liberty to desert thu side which
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seiccien mem. jt was evident lrom the
beginning that bad feeling between the
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lw" P"ios existed, and would not lit-
Chaitiiiin C. N. Hughes called the meet-
in' l" ""lcr lll",ut -'M o'clock. Cleik
urpiiy read tint call ot tho Central com-
""ttee. Immediately alter Secretary Mm
1 "ad read the call of tho Central com
muw, .Mr. vt . 1. hcott nominated Mr. Jnn.
A Il(it'vu BS permanent chairman of the
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meeting. Mayor I Instlewoo l moved to
substitute the name of Dr. Maxey for that
Keevo. Before tho motion or substitute
c,,u1'' l,e put, Mr. J. M. Damroii asked the
chair to decide who of those present wi re
entitled to vote upon the motion
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"etore the house, claiming that the chair
had a righ. to decide upon this point. Mr.
Ihistlewood denied this, and held that it
w"a fur tho convention to select a council-
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ee on credentials whoso duty it would be
l" examine into the certificates of the scv-
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' ""-.-""",m "Ton upon inein.
,Iu fr""1 tltishing's manual, which
BllllJi distinctly, that such iitiestious were to
Uu determined utter tho temporary, an I
,":tor0 tll PVtmanent, organization."
J""y,r Thistlewood also read from Cushing
''uties ot a temporary chairman which
did not include the power to pass upon the
credentials ot the delegates present. Messrs.
ocott ami isird were also drawn into the
discuasion, and each made some very good
passes, which were loudly applait led by
tiietr respective supporters. By tins time
tlie enthusiasm was very great, bordering
at times upon violence. Col. McK'eaig
made a conciliatory speech which had a
soothing effect ; ho was followed again by
iiir. heott, who was called to order by Mr.
Comings, who said he had tried several
times to get tho floor, but had always been
compelled to surrender to Mr. Scott. He
wished to know how often Mr. Scott
was entitled to tho floor,
Iho chair decided Mr. Scott in order,
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aim mr. vjomiugs looK an anneal lrom the
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uecisioii, winch was not put to the house be-
cause, as Mr. Scott said, there was as yet no
01)0 present who was known to bo qualitied
to vote. Judge Bud then got tho floor,
M'Ut was called to order by Mr. Scott and
others ou the ground that he was not a del-
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vu'vii-. ii. teun ni, c ac lieu until lei iook i
place at this point, in which a uuinber of
loud voices took part, and which was
mingled with cries ot "usurpers ' "nut
them down," "kick them out," from both
sides of the house. The question was final
ly called for, and tho chair decided that
the delegates "from the pou tested precincts
were entitled to vote, but that those pro-
tested agiinst should uot vote." This do-
cision was a puzzler to the Ihoinas side ol
the house. But few titideistood what it
1 1 1 ell ll t ion I niitlirieri went ninili. Iiu man..
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l,r explanations which were not given,
v " " people could not understand was the
iiiiierence iiotween contested and orotested.
but Lvi,,,,1,1y tll Damronites knew exactly
w , ,l """b 'or iney wore entirely sat-
, ''' excitement
" u "ueisioii cannot oe
oescrn.ea. Halt the convention rose to their
icci and crowded around the chairman's
dcsK. even one ili.miimi;..,.. ;..
ft loud voice. what it n...ui.i
In tho bight of thu excitement Mayor This-
I lit tL'l till 1 l.l.illllt.ul II litl.l.t n...l ..I'. . I .
" aim Hum iii(ieiii-
ing from thn decision of the chair, which
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no.. uu., uio cnairs decision was
loudly voted down by the Thomasites.
More contusion ensued, during which a
physical contest seemed very uuineiit. The
i mmiasiies elected JJr. Maxey as temporary
chairman, who took his seat beside Mr
Hughes in spite of the effons of a Damrou
negro to prevent it by physical force; Mr.
ungues then resigned to Mr. John A.
Keeve, and iiotn chairmen ruled, each over
his respective fiction. Several motion
weiu inline uy eneniaciion ami -votea upon
promiscuously ; committees on credentials
were appointed by each, secretaries
were elected by each, and during
all this time a few of tho
leaning ones were loudly declaiming and
deuouuemg, wildly gesticulating, while the
audience which filled all the seats outside
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oi me rauuig joinea in mo awiui oaoie with
JUNK 23, t H2.
What Celebrated Authors
1-1 AVIS SAID.
Costly thy hiililt im thy (uiino can hHf,
llul iiottxpr.-Mml In fauity, rich, not Kiiuily;
tor Ilic iippim l ill jhouIhIiiih the mull.
1 i-.-- liu a mor' ell' et up hi Hi 'i c.iiiiliirl of mankind. I.i-t hiiv
IV It, m a 'i liml Iiiiii.:1 iih illriy hoot, old mirlo'it, noili'd Iicrkc ntti
twnl n u iwrsl im'u'I lj' lien ol ilrif, lie will, in ill iroliHiilllly, find it cor
riiiiiidniK (hemHltluii of tidUri'ex. tlr .Joint Harrington.
rrnT'Khiiif cnlviriiil.', iiinl ull I'ihI fuinl of Irliipury, furnlshm! out
liy I'lulhii i", ImrliiTi", slid tin-Honii'li mec txnirully, ihlluemo tin'
lnlud lino vi ii'Tniiini All Kmin rnr In lila iiIkIiI i ui would not nucl
with I'ull the rrsjii-ri of nn K m jmrr with a crown. -(io'ilHinltii.
No on o more t hull llm tc.ieli'7 tn it r t ninru cri-lul ly prepHin lilmii-ir
iiTiml!y In o il. r t niit'r to lt iiiIU wlmt lit; wialic in (,,.
tnulil hy tliiiii - ll'oltuil.
If you desire to follow tho sayings of some of L'reat authors, bnv voor CI, .it,;,,,, u...i
Furnishing Goods of J. Burner iV Bm.. who.
as fine and stylish goods as can be obtained,
a chorotis ol laughter and shouts. A moie
ins uie scene was probably mver enacted
even at i Oomanch.- w .r dance. But the
orgies wen n i l. -n !y in -ken in upon by
Mayor Thistle I. wi- in thun lei t.
moved that th
uveiilinu now tidjourne
until two iu lock m
tlie afti riioon. The
motion wiist it ii' d by tlie urijority of those
present, th'- Tlr jui i.-iti-, who all left, and
with tiieii depirtutc t anie jieaee and victory
to the other side. Aftei iniiet was entirely
restored Chairman K'vve, being now left
alone in Ins :-..ty. again c iih.-d the m etir,"
I to order and the btisme.M for the transaction
of which a convention of d, legates from all
the precincts in the county was called, was
transacted by representatives from less than
hall the pr rmrts iu tint county, most of
whosoeats were contested. Couiuiiito. s
to select delegate to the congressional,
senatotial and state conventions were ap
pointed, who rci.oikd such delegates mo I
tin ir reiums were adopted. A
now county central tonmnttee was
also selected, and the bob tail convention
adjuunn d sin.) die alter a very calm, brief
period of exiilenie. Ami alter instructing
the cougtewional delegites to vne for
At two o'clock in the afternoon, pursuant
to adjournment, the major poitioti of tin
c invention reassembled ut the court lions.
and half an hour afterwards Cli.iinn m
Maxey called it to order. This was ctr
taiuly tin; in .re r.-p .etable, an I dignified,
as well a-; much thn latger poitnm of the
entire convention. It was composed of
delegates from ail but one of the country
precincts, which had all but Ihi i one been
I instructed for Captain Thomas
Tho one exception was Clear Creek, which
had instructed its two delegates for Judge
Damrou. There were, therefore, twenty
two delegates from tlie county whose seats
were not contested, eight in tho Fifth ward,
which made thirty delegates whoso seats
were not contested, while the D.imr,mite
had but ten m-!,-r it..... two from Clear
Creek and cmht from the Fourth ward
whose seats were not contested. But he-
Lid s these thirty, there, were, not only all
those selected by the Tliomisit.es in tho
First, Second and Third precincts, but
also five or six of the con
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i.'sr.ea w in i.i.i inn . ..pt...i in
one or the other of theso districts by tho
Damn.nites, but who, not having been in -
strttcted because the primaries were too
hastily adjourned, and having become dis
gmlod with the manner In which their
then partisans had selected them, forsook the
Damrou party ami came over to the Thomas
side. Thus it appears that tho afternoon
convention had about thirty-five or thirty-
six of the si.tv-fotir Icl'sI delegates ot the
coiinfyor at least a majority of three of the
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wiii'iu mini. h i in iieienaiea, aim annul
whose right to a seat there was not, and
could not possibly be, any question
Tl.U r,,i,u..nt i,r..n.i..L..i t,. i.n.;...,..
the quietest po.ssitilu manner. Mr. Leonard.
of the Gazette, was elected secretary, and
the temporary organization was made per
inam lit. Coninitttees Were appointed to
select delegates to the state, senatorial and
congressional conventions, whoso reports
were unanimously adopted. Several gen
tlemen present i-pohj to the convention
while the committee;! were out at work.
Among tin in was
Mr. Crews, of Mount
spoke in favor
ot Mr. C. T. Sttatton. of
Jefferson county, as a candidate for
state superintendent of instruction. Another
gentleman spoke for Mr. Inglis for tho same
position, and Mr. Reeves, of Uuiou county,
a lvocated his own claims as member of tho
general assembly from this senatorial .lis-
trict. Following these speeches was a
series ol resolutions endorsing Mr. J. C.
Smith for statu treasurer, Mr. Strattou for
state superintendent of public instrution.
and Mr. Scurlock, of Jacksou county, as
candidate for tho legislature Another
series of resolution was offered by Judgo
Bird, strongly endorsing Captain Thomas
and instructing the delegates to tho cou
gressional convention to vote for that gun
tlenian "first last and all tho time."
A new county central committeo was also
appointed and then the convention adjourn-
ed sine die.
believing "ClothinL' inakcH tlm mm. r ......
and oiler them ut prices to suit all. '
"Dixon Springs," unlike otb-i summer
resorts, is rural in it apjiointinenn, com
bining the comforts of home with the fr.-e.
dom tf camp life.
I IS liUOMs
ate not hot and crowded, with plaMcicd
walls, but are separate, cool cottages giv
ing free access when desired to pure moun.
are in, t those of fashiou requiring much
lime for dress and little for et.j lyim-nt, but
are shady walks through deep cool Valleys
in grand old woods nnd over rocks ami
bills Ireefroni dust and inospiit.ns.
am ir..it, sulphur :n l nnneria, delightful
to the t iste and strengthening to the sys
tern. Invalids suffering from dysep-,n,
disordered stoniith or liver, kidney c in
plauits, loss of appetite, debility ami kin
dred diseases, are especially benefitted by
Visitors will liud in my improvements
made fur their comfort and convenient ;
rootn-t have lieen nude more piivate; new
cottageg have been built, and reception
r situs added, but can; Ins at all times
been taken not to make any clnmge that
would detract from or alter the nir.d, coun
try, larm line, summer mode of
whose freedom h is mad.; life at
Springs" so pleasant and popular.
is all new, simple and clean. New mat
tresses, new springs and new bedsteads havo
been placed in all the cottages. The table
ware is best white ware, with silver knives
THK t illLK COoK
is a man of I mg experience as a steamboat
meat and pastry cook. The fare is abundant
aud appetites always good.
These have not been overlooked. A
string band belongs to the house, ami danc
ing can bo indulged in every night. The
"Park" furnishes a m ignificent cro.piet and
archery gtoutid, and a grand "Story k
Camp" piano is kept for the use of guetts.
At.LK.N sritlNn's I'OST OKKK K, I'OI'K ( in VI Y
is one-fourth of a mile from the springs
and thu mail coach passes through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, and from Golconda on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, thus making a daily
arrival and departure of the mails.
You aro cordially invited to come to
"Dixon Springs" and spend a few days or
weeks m its cool shades during the hot
Everything possible will be done to ren
der your. visit a plea-ant one.
Our rates are per week. Other
summer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates nru tfU per '
cent, below their old prices, wo make no
advance over the old rates.
Jos. E. Lkmkn, Proprietor.
K LECTION RESULT.
Wus elected by a majority of ton tliutuaud vote
-to bo ttio Utiest Be. cigar In tho market.