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Communications upon subjects of gen
eral interest to the publlo solicited.
SJAH lcttrin khouM Iw iuIiIivkmsI to
.lonx ir. onr.itr.v,
President Cairo llulli'tln Company.
Tin: Democrats and Kelormers of
Mound City Jollify to-night. Wo hope
they may have a good time.
'!' lnl.,1 miiiilur ill' votes polled 111
this state at the late election was :iil.lN7,
being ll'J.TOX less than In 1S72.
Tin: U'kvkm Jit'LLKii.v Is the cheap
er nml one of thebe-t weekly pit per In
the State. IVY give It to subscribers for
SI. 2.1 cents a year, and prepay the post
lige. Tuuitr. Is not u merchant In Cairo w ho
Is doing his whole duty while ho neglects
to sub-crlbe for several copies of Tin:
IVkkkly Hru.KTi.vand send It to his
friends who live hi other parts of the
Tar. Oppo-ltlon gains hi Pulaski comity
were Jes than hi any other county hi this
coiigtvK-Ional district less, we believe,
than hi any eoiinty hi the state. If every
county had a Potter, the lladleals would
never be defeated.
AYk have not the olllelal figure before
tts, but our recollection Is that hi 1872 -Mr.
C lenient' majority In this county Was
V.iS. This year the majority against Mr.
Clements In this county was HW. The
boot Is indeed on the other leg.
An exchange informs us that they are
"iwitcrfaJlJin,'" spirits up In IJn
buijiie, too. 'l'hvy come out hi
broad daylight, git Jit chairs, give
their views on current uvunt,
and even all'ee.t tlie amatory, us wo hear
of onu chap nvIiomj wlfo euuglit him In a
cloet w itli a female, spirit weighing about
two hundred pounds seated upon lil
knee, iloexplnlned that tlio spirit had
wily materJaJIitl for the rim of the thing,
and meant no barm. Jlut the wile grew
su-plcious, and no more iiiaterlallation
of female spirits will take place beneath
the roof of that humble man-Ion.
Tnr. Illinois Suite Horticultural society
will hold Its uumutl meuttiig for lb7 1 ut
Veorla, on the 6th, Oth, 10th imiUlth of
Deeemljer. Arrangements have been
made for lecture and papeis upon vari
ous topics connected with si leiitiilc ami
particular horticulture-. Among the sul
Jeets Hint will be diteussetl are orchard
culture, vineyard culture, berry culture,
ur fruit ,'urilciiliig, Jlorloiilture, vegetable
gardening, utilizing fruits, ornamental
and timber tree, ornamental and land
hwipe gardening, botany and vege
tables, physiology, entomology orni
thology, geology and soils, nml" meteor
ology. AiTusTioN is again called to William
Mm county, x m!m 0f tin, namu , jf
C Clurk, write Ui The Marion Monitor
that, being feeble mid uniiblu to do hard
work, his friends procured him a situa
tion as teacher of tlie negro school at Mil
lion. "Since I httvu U-eiitiMwhhig," ho
Kiys, "I have had many attack from my
enemies, who swear that no man shall
live hi tills neighborhood and teach the
negroes. Some have told me 1 would
not live to get one month taught. I feel
that I am In danger of my life." Prom
Iho "tone" of Clark's letter we tire in
duecd to believe hu Isu-whhicr, and that
Jwls In no great danger, llut there should
I)t In liltn mill ntlirr tonclicro of colorrtl
lilldivti mi ilniiL'i r nt nil, mill llii'fnrl that
IliivnU lt:iM Imi'M iil.'iilo niraliiU him in a
oiiiilv HKi' Vllll!iiiiiiu may In' ii Willi-
li'tit c,hip fur iiitvoimh""! on lils)i:irt.
flu' liii-ti wliotlnviiti'ii lo kill In Wlllliiin-
in county, nlo kill. We Minll wntcli
tin' nitnii' ut ( lurk with uniivfnl iyi,
nnil If ho illi'ilu tlie nunc of colored
iliiKitlon, shall oriTt a iiioiinnit'iit lo hi
iiifiiiorv. o illi'il iimiuieiiiiyi in me
tiune Mime tlmi' nc", mul Minll wt'lfoiiii-
Clark hcnrllly when hu nl'o hccoiurs 11
"iicrilUi' for tlio "man mul hrothtT."
Tin: .V. ,oii( Utobe, III lt. nnxlvty to
cilililo The Democrat of that city, siy.:
"The HeiiiihllrtiiM tlie Nmtiicrn tu-
trli t" of lllhiol may lliank 7 he M. Louu
Dtmotrai for n Inrjrr "hain of thr- iK'loat
which hcfi'll thi'lr coiiuri'loiial cmidl-
ikili'i. The Otobe iMnh'il nt tlio ont'ct of
the lVoiih-'" l'oolory In till- Muto that It
would n-nlt In defeat of every Iteiillill-
emi candidate for oiijrrp-) In Jll-oiirl,
and that It would Injure every l!eiuhll
mi rand d.itf In llllnoH wlio came
within the radius of Its hilhienee. We
stated al-o that If we could elect a gov
ernor hy .acrlllchig our coiiKreinen, It
umitil Ivo iiuu -e to do so; Imt wo
hclleved that the result would he defeat
iw to irovernor mid coiiL'fesnieii. The
lVojile's party In Missouri ciKoiinife'ed
similar ellorts In lllliiol.", nun inree can
i1Ii!m!i' weni nut Into the Held In every
I If I.ltram lINIlll't or lllO Jllir
'irRiw-tmr (lie vol.' of liriiicrs ftoni I
IfciJiililciiii candidate". Tlio ivsult U Im!-
Hire u." TliN I not true. There wore
not three candidates in the Held In till"
ill-trlet two years nj;o n strong I'ciiuhll
ean dl-trlet. The liattle was fought hy
Clements, straight l'eiiiihllean.and Hart-
.ell, Deinoerat. mid Clement, was de
feated. The only Iteiiuhllean dltrlct In
thU part of the state In which three can
didates intuit) the race, wan the Centralla
dl-trlct, mid certainly the candidacy of
the I'ariners hi It weakened the Demo
crats in much, If not more, than the lte-
liiihlleaiw. The Globe ha1 a right to hit
The Democrat whenever It can fret In ft
hlow, hut It should not strike below the
belt; It should 'Ih.dit fair."
I.I'.C.IMXCIIIXO MM HITS.
M. II. 11., the racy Xew Yoik cor
respondent of The SI. Louie llejiublienn,
assures u "that spirits retain the -nine fau-
ullles tliey had on earth. Here one -plrit
comes smoking, while another eats tilings
handed to it. Hut the wcctc't eao Is
that ofu lie spirit, who pinched Clar
Morris' leg, under the table of Slade, the
sniritiial medium. Only three of 'em
ut that table, in broad daylight, Slade
Morris and Don Piatt. Piatt, she Is very
sure, had Ids hands modestly cumed on
Ills bosom, Slade had both bis In plain
view, but a vigorous pinch was received
by tlie lady in the vicinity of her boot
top. This Item of intelligence Is en
NOT Tit I'D.
The .loioul City Journal Is mistaken
when It "ays Carroll, tlio Opposition can
didate for state treasurer, ran ono hun
dred vutus behind Klter ami Hartell In
Alexander county. The Journal can
not liave the pleasure of tills belief, and
must have known that there was a mis
take In the llgitres which It professes led
It Into the blunder. Carroll received hi
Alexander county Mi votes. Etter Olfi,
nid llartzell 012. The fact 1, Carroll's
vote In Alexander was highly com
plimentary to him. In no county in the
state did he come so near the vote of
Ktter; and con-Iderlng the light made
upon Clements the fact that hi Cairo
alone at least 150 Republicans voted for
llartzell In preference to their own candi
date for congress It must be apparent to
all that Mr. Carroll really polled more
Democratic and Liberal votes than .Mr.
Hartell In thlseouuty. The Journal will
learn from Ihe-e llgiires that It U not true,
u aserlcd by that paper, that Democrats
who could not Jlnd (lore tickets to voto
hi till- county scratched Carroll's name
olt'tlie ticket and voted for nobody. The
figures The Juunutl copies from Tun
Hri.t.ini.v weii) obtained from reports
undo ut this oiUeoliy cltlens, but those
given hi tills article. -irr olllelal, liirnilied
to us by County Clerk Lynch.
i in:.Mii.i,i:it .iiintut.MN.
"ot many months ago Mr.and Mrs. Miller
arrived in Cairo, and our cltlens were
Informed that they poessed mediuinlstle
pow ers of tlio most remarkable character.
Mrs. Miller could obtain slates full of
'communications from the spirit world"
by holding a slate under a table hi one of
her hand-, the other being expo-ed to
view, and hi these communications were
many items of information that siirprl-ed
the persons receiving them. Mrs. Miller
was tlie superior of Mr. Hnlll-ns u slate-
writing medium. She could al-o do the
materializing biiiues-, mid do it well.
Ono publlo seance was given
by the Millers in the Liberal
llellglou, Association Hall. This
we attended. Her hand were tied by a
committee of gentlemen and the knot
was sealed with wax. She then entered
a cabinet a curtain was dropped out Iho
entrance to It, and soon was heard the
ringing of bolls mid the nni-lc of an ac
eordeon within, while from tlio outside
could bo seen "spirit hand" at a hole In
the curtain. To it the nllalr appeared to
be a ,'coniinon piece of legerdemain, but
the SpIritualMs were enthusiastic hi the
belief that Mrs. .Miller was a "splendid
medium." Wo were stiro that ehe rang
the bell that ehe played the fiecordoon
that her hand were the hands
projected from the cabinet; but tlie
Spiritualists credulous soul that tliey
are ! wete convinced that tlio spirit
of mi Indian was guilty of tlie
bell nol-o and the wretched aceordeon
nni-lc, that it was ids copper-colored old
soul that thrust white hamU and not
very bony urm through the cabinet cur
Well, .Mr. mid Mrs. Miller, speculative
promulgators or the new mid ghastly re
Ijglon, went hence, and n fcliort "time
itico entered Louisiana, Missouri.
There tliey astonished the people as they
had astonished our good vltlvih. After
!i! W 1 i ' 1 f
they had been hi Louisiana several dayn
iiakinir money nt intvato reslileiice.i, the
Jllllers- were Induced to appear hi public
on the stiiffe. .Mr. Miller wns In ;ood
condltlnii. 'J'ho spirit ii-ed her
to the very bet advantage.
She wiM really wonilcrnil. The Spiritual-
lt were delighted, Mnally she wailled
In a particular manner, and every
body .new he could not jtel her hands
out of the knot. She entered the cabinet,
and strange to relate I the bell bepni
to rlnjr, the neeordeontriidKetl away pluy
Inj; the rceinlilanee of the nine of
Old llundivd," spirit haiido
wew Seen at tlio oiienintr in
the curtain, and (let It not be denied) dim
lones aw tin1 face of hl long-hiM ster
smlllnu; at hhn from the cabinet, .lones
wept, and the Spiritualist were about to
get up an mprttmntu eainp ineotlliL',
when, lota light ! the curtain of the
cabinet fell and .Mr". Miller was seen
standing untied, with her hands out
stretched and her arms baii to the shoul
ders, playing the aecnrdooiiY She
turned quickly and slipped hcrhandsluto
the rope 1
You don't believe this, credulous
Plimpton, do you? And yet Is It not
more reasonable In iistoakyou to believe
that Mrs. Miller was exposed than It Is
In you to ak its to believe that spirits
play Mis. Miller's aceordeon, ring
herbclU, III 1 her "lutes with writing nml
"iiialerliillo" "llli lior nssNtancef Yon
vi'Mi us to have In money-making
women the ihlth tlmt moves mountain.
l on resist investigation, yousnriiiK iroiu
tests and you ahiitc tho'e whorelliso to
accept your super-tltlous belief which N
more iiiireaoiiabletlmn ghost stories,
more fooll-h than the faith in witchcraft
and more pernlcluus than MormonUm.
OHU1NANCK NO. 03.
An ordinance urovlillnc for the construc
tion and reconstruction of certain ilUe
Ho It ordahieil by the City Council of the
City ot Cairo :
Bkction t. Thut tlio lollowhiL' named
alilowalks bo m-onttructetl of wood, In
the manner hcrulimfler oxnrciised, viz :
On tlio noniieriy sine or sueiueontn
street, between Commercial avenue and
l'opiar feircei unci ou inu westerly sine oi
commercial avcnuo,oeiwecu mxieemuunu
.Seventeenth streets, and that u walk be
constructed also, of wood, on tlio soutli.rly
slilo ot Tlitrtoemii street, uctween w au
ItiL'ton ftvcuuu mul Walnut street.
dkc. 2. bald walks shall be constructed
mid reconstructed a tollows:
Tlio said wall, on Thirteenth Mrcet and
Sotetiteoutli street, shall be tlx leut wide
on tor. u ml tlio said walk on Coimnerclul
avoimo shall be sueli Icet wide on tup;
the head or top covering to be of sound
white Oiik hojrds or planks 2 Inches ihUk
and not more than b Inches wide ; the In
side line to be lour feet distant ironi the
lrout Hue ut tlio lots, on said ThirtecMh
and utcntccnth streets, ami lhelcut ill
tant lroiu the I runt Hue of the lots on Com
niuichd uveniio; said boards or planks to
be laid ciosswLo with the sldowulk slid
linulv set and well fluked ou with, ut leust
six, twenty-penny nulls In encb board or
plank to llireo strlimemot not less Hum a
niche thick by 0 Inches wide, llrmly set on
edge uui uell spiked oil to crosstle or not
le.s than 3 luetic wido by U Inches thick
piacc J crosswise lo taiu smuwulK, ut inter
val of U feet; these tldowlk ut street
crossings to bo extended Into the streets
until tuey meet tue crosswuiKS. w nere
the sidewalk uro elevated above the uutu
ral ground, the posts of the trestlo work
shall be lour inches sipiare, and the 1111) or
crosstles shall be placed on edeo and Joined
or mortiseu into uie post aim wen sinkeii
ou. and the strluirers shall be notched
tightly to said sills or crosstlcs, and in all
cases blocks ot wood, not lens thuu one
loot loin; ami ii inches thick by 0 melius
wide, shall bo plu ed under tlio ends of
each erosstle, wncro tlio wait in laid ou the
natural ground, and under Iho ends of each
post whero the walk is elevated by trestle
work. If tlio trcstlework Is over 3 feet
high the same shall be llrmly braced and
the posts extended 24 feet above the side
walks to which a hand railing or sttlp ot
whlto ouk plank, 1 inch thick by 4. Inches
wide, shall be securely nailed ; said string
ers, sills, crossties, posts and ground blocks
shall bo ot whlto or burr oak, red cedar,
locust or mulberry.
Sue. U. 'that the following described
walk bo constructed of brick, viz ;
On the westerly side of Commercial ave
nue, betweed seventeenth and Eighteenth
5KC. 4. Said brick sidewalk shall be
twelve feet wide.
It shall bo constructed of hard, well-
burned brick, compactly and properly laid
In herring-bone maimer, in n bed of coarse
sand, not loss thau four inches thick, placed
on u arm and substantial bed of coal cin
ders or earth, and shall be so laid to th
grade established by the provislous or Or
dtuanca No. 3J.
Suld walk shall bo laid with a s'ope down
ward or olio-third of an Inch to the foot ;
a curbing of sound white or burr oak plank
a Inches thick and at least 14 Inches wide
to be spiked on with twenty penny nails to
sound white or hurr oak stakes, two and
one-hilt feet loni: and il Inches trmure
placed ou tlio outside, of said curbing not
more than tiro feet apart,
sjr.o. fi. Tho local improvements herein
provided for, shall bo mado by special as
sessments and In uccordanco witu the pro
visions ot sections 18 to 51 Inclusive, of
article 0 of tho act of the goncral assembly
of the stuto of Illinois, approved April 10,
is, j aim cniiiicu "An ucito provmo lor
tho incorporation or cities and vlllIaKcs:"
and tho cost and expenses of tho construc
tion and reconstruction oi sam siuewuiks
hall bo mild out of funds arising from said
skc. u. ino owner oi any ioi ironting
ou auv ot tho sidewalks, provisions for the
bulldlm: or reconstruction of which Isnuide
by tho ordinance, shall bo allowed thirty
days after tho thuo ut which this ordinance
tnkt'i eil'ect, hi which to build or recoil.
truct saldtsldewlk ns the cass may be, op
poMtu his lot and thereby relieve tho same
trom'a-scssineiit; provided, that the work
shall, Itiall rcpccis,comorin to the require,
incuts of tills ordinance uud bn dnuti to the
satisfaction uud approval or tho coumilttoe
Skc. 7. Upon tho expiration of said
tlitrtyVtays, thu city clerk shall publish no
tlco for ten dsya in iho newspaper publish
ing tlieorilliiuuccs ot the city, setting forth
that te.ilci! bids for furnishing the material
or doing tho work, or both, for the con
struction or recoiistiuclion of said side
walks directed to the city council will be
received at his olllce up to tho time ot the
meeting of the city council fur the opening
of suld bids, which meeting shall not be
earlier thau twelve days nor later than
eighteen daya Hum the date of said notice,
which notice shall state the tlmo of said
meeting and dcsciibe tho work to be done
by referring to this ordinance, giving Its
number urn ditto of approval, und that said
ordinance Is subject to examination at any
lime at Ills olllce. Said bids shall be
opened by tlio clerk in the presence of the
council and the contract for doing the work
or furnishing the material, or both, for the
construction and reconstruction of said
adi)iilks shull be awarded to the lowest
rrnpou iblo bidder, who shall sutlkiently
guarantee to the (attraction of the city
coundltho furnishing ot said material or
t e erformunco nt said work or both, tin
der tho superintendence of (lie committee
ou stico with u such time as may
bn fixed bv contract. If said city coun
cil shall deem It expedient to do so. If
s Id bids uro not satisfactory to the city
council they may reject uiiy or all of them
and niu then or the ealtcr authorUe said
sidewalk to be constructed and recon
structed by such agents us they may think
Approved November 18, 1874.
John Wood, Mayor.
Atteit i Will. K, Hawkins, City Clerk,
fl si "a
ANll DEALSH IS
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
ii-,, t i.. i,.,i I..,. ni.H..r.i.i....i I
X. prim, adilliiK KirlKtit
harrison sc coM
(Siirerssort to II Hunt A Cn )
And Dealers In
FLOUK, 0F.AIN and HAY,
No. 63 Ohio Lavas.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILXIS
(Miirosimni to .John II I'lillll.)
Ami Dralrrs In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BKAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO)
Corner Tenth Street anil Ohio
. 1) -MkIIiii l; f T,
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
I Commission Merchants
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
MILLER 6c PARKER,
OHIO LEVEE, bttWMH Fourth and Sixth Iti
fc J. Ayr 8 I) Ayr.
AYRES 6c CO.,
WlFotlTfiAirK (JHOCKHN. "
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENTB AMERICAN POWDER OO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
If A Thorn I, I) Thonw
THOMS St BROTHER,
(SuccMiinr to II M Hutfn,)
Ami ilralera in
STAPLE AND FA NOY
Forelirn and Domeatfc FrulU ana Nut
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPfllltog rdrt!'D SlVtn t,con,,S'"wH anil
CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONERY
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cornei' Eighth St. and WiiNhluRton Ave.
HAO NOW THE LARGEST STOCK
AND 18 SELLING 20 PER CENT. LOWER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
f lAl'i ll lo noi ony OHl ejinillPS lnni nnir uii
V nlil ej
I J str lo olir VtllKht
kti-rv Ihik fitltfht lo I'untalll lle tiuilMd- hrl nl plv oilli, rs ulsl tlt
hot; (.' t . Il the only pUre In .Suiitlirn
fresh Baltimore Uysters Keceived Daily
FOR SALE AT WHLOLESALE OR RETAIL.
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO-. RAGS, &C
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise lit
can have the measure of their heads take to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEEVE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFMER; Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find tho best accommo
A trusty watch for
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
HAEEY WAXiXSLICXl, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. E. SULLIVAN,
xx r e
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOXXJCT AITD GOODS,
152 Comniorcial Avonuo, bctwoon Nintli and Tonth atreots,
Pro. Fowler's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Lovei ft, Laws, I'owcru, Ac
A (JEM'S are n-lllnff from 15 to 25 rnptr h
May Senil for pt'clmrn mKfM mul trrin
to uimitii. unit kw why It kfI luMcr than any
VA,l.r J"ok , AiMrraa National l'ublllilni? Co ,
I'hlladelphla, I'm , Chicago, Ula , or M Loiil,
Obstacles to Marriage
HAl'I'V relief for younft men from the f.
fvcta of eiroiD unit uliimea In irlv lllc
Jlanhooit ri'atorcil Impwllmenta to inarrliiKi'
rnnoveil ev methoil of tmitmint Ncwuml
rfiuarkuhle rrnuillen Uooknuiul clmilara w nt
free in kmlnl mvelonva, Aililrtms llOWAItl)
ASHfif lATinv im vi.,. i. in'n '
flilphla, l'a an Inatftutlon having a high rrim.
laiiou lor nouoriilil coiulnct aim profmiiloiuil
THE MASON & HAMLIN
WIN.NKHS of three hlgheat mrital ami ill.
nhiina of honor, at Vienna, 173, autl
1'arU, I(n)7, now ollcrne llnest uortiiii-nt of
the beat cabinet organs In Hie worlil, Inclmlliig
new Hlvled with riftiit ltinirnipniiitn nitt nnlv
e.xcluilvejy for cash, aa formerly, but alto on
new plana of eaay paymenta, the moat favorable
eler ofleieil Organ renleil with privilege of
purchate, In almoat any part of the country
1'Jrat pa.vment $0 W or upwarila.
llhiilrated calalovuea ami clmilara. with full
partlculara, sent free on leqneat. Aildivaa
MASON & HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
Uonton, Kew York or Chicago
OF CONFKCTIONU IN EGYPT,
- n hrpi in it uie HinriniiT una mi- 'iiur
llli nolo vtlu ii' 3 u i'"i K'l u eiiiililr sn.ill
trains and boats day and
Mrs. M. Swander
ANNOl'.NTES that nhe haa Jliat ree-lve.1
large aisurlment of
FALL AND WINTER
Which "lie pronoun to n il to the laillen of (.'alio
at pricea to nif I lie llmea Mic la In he fniiinl al
M'Gee's Old Stand,
On South Sldo Eighth Street, butweon
Wheie ahe la piepureil at all llmea lo sell
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &o.
O-She oflera atylUh Kn nch Fell llnU, Iteail.
iil Tilmmlnga, Chatelaln I'ocki la and Ilellaamt
all the laleat .Vgvellha, at Bgurea which will
auriirUe imrchiuera. The Mica ure lu lltil to
calf mul net for Ihilinelve?.