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(J. I) Arter. .1. W Htewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Successor to 1) Arter & u.)
No. 113 Commercial Avonue,
"Bristol & Stilwell,"
Keen ovorvthina nortaintnir to
tho lino of Sfnplo and Fancy Gro
corios, Woodouwuro, Vegetables,
2TUHB, SZC; SIC.
Dupee's New Hams.
Pure Maple Syrup.
PURE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. I
A Horo for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN T1TE CITY.
Qooda Sold Vory Clso.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Suaaos, c.
AlWRJ-4 on luind, tbc celebutcl lUiunimitbiit
Corner Eleventh Stroet and Washinp;
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER ANI) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avonue,
CJ-Cctiuty n4 llittlvoud ATovk n iK-clnlty
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Uetall Dealers In
iForoign and Domostio
WIN Eft OF AM- KI2VJMN.
No. 00 Ohio Lovoo,
MKsSitS. SMYTH A bale niiy
n l.rgf stork i.r the br-t K'''ln " e,,n"
let. iuiiI slseaneclal attention loll- lioll
much of thr business
SUPPLY DEPOT, f )
AND UfAlMl It
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
FiHh,.EggB, Northorn Butter, 8tc.
Between Washlnton and Cosnmorclal
CyJocI delliercd free of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door, north of the Cairo and Vlnwnnes
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor. Rt:;
A 1 MISTY watch kept night and day for
tulns and stuiuibosLs .
The Wt of accommodations for trunsltnt
guests at Two Dollar. per day.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SFROAT & SON,
Vriiolcul and Jti'tall DeaWn lu
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, wd COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen & WlUon'e, Corner Twelfth St.
lulu umu ujvovi
WK win; run un Ire wnRon tbroiigbout the
.i.xi.nti. ilfllv.Tiuir nuns lnlte ir lu ftliv
part of the city at the low t ut nurkrt price, unit
MllllllillllUnillll ""I IUVliinum.mjlini ......
re by tho cuke or car load, packed in mwuiut
or .fdpment to iui.v illatHiice.
'Tho Best Thing in tho West."
Alclisovfopfih Hanli h 1 1
.ii-.i... t.,..it I1. 1 1 tit til n mul
inliultiiml Ijuids lu
nriiAim in iiiiu ini '.. ."""
CulloiiMood and tireut Alkniisa valley,
gurilfiiof llio o
1 1 Year.' Credit, with j per cent. Inter-
i' it r. 11 : ' ' '
piucbftsi'ts of Lttiul.
tt-iLliculiivs, with map, giving full liifuniia
I lion, sent hi. Addle
AclliiK lJUid l',ml,lll-alonlT'1lW31"
Tow-Boat For Sale
UK HnbscruVr offers for sale the Steam
'l'nwliisr HlirH-Vhil ltout. Ike Usmmltt,
witheiiKlm-s, machinery, luckles, appurul anu
hlHIllltltW Mil nil
llerUiiKthlsHJ feet, her brtwlthSl feet
Hie now lie ui tuiru, .
irptli a im Bim nusisures iiu n n
crundOIWtstiikei a fml pump 4Wln-
chia In uiainemr nun 11 i"ti .nu.
modern Improvenienls.und u In every rMJiect
staunch, it worthy, and in good condition for
niiYlsauoa. . sr s. Tayioii.
Caibo, Jits. KovemVer J, 14, 4tulliw-ir.
0lc, XlMllotin. BvLildlnff, Ciisit 'Tvrolf.il. Otroet a.A "Wo.aU.l.crton. -A.Trojwa.c.
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IS MOTTA FRAUD?
AT A M0TT
HllrllH.riillilren tln X-er l.lvrsl,
ilntenlnlUe. I lie .sii'ilmui'M fen-
lures lire HeeiKiuen.- .Mine or ine
Mr. C. S. Cliirki-, of I'coiia, luis )ccn
liivcstljrnllng -Molt. Tin? fallowing U lil
at'coiiiit ofilic u.Toiul Mttitw lie p.'iiti;i-
jutetl In, n jmlillslicil In the IVori:t Pern-
DurlriL' tin- ilnv the .Ionali of tho par
ty, Sinltli. Ilolex'sitiil Illlklt. h it l'or home,
Aott mill his wife, through im'. Riving
them a purling lili'-lii.'. I ix:tit tvo
hours of the slav Willi Mott :iii1 Ills fiun
lly, trylii",' lo net sbito writing tlirouli
Hit' nieilliiiuMilp of lln rvnowiicil little,
loiir-.vcnr old ilati'iliter, K'slc. Imt with
out 'titei'ss. .Mr. -Molt reiimrk.il that
Mott whs :is aooil a medium l'or slatu
writing as Iv-sle. I ur;e(l hhu with
promises of otra pay, to jrut inun slate
iiics.1't, which lu- piiiniNi-d to do before
During tltf conveivatlon Mre. Mott ru
nmrkbil, "You have a daughter hi thu
spirit world." I replied, "It intist he
ery gratifying for a fallier lo lie. able to
see and talk Willi n dear child that he. had
laid awny." I hi, she said, wns often
done t here, and If the elide win haimo
nloun he had no doubt I would see sev
eral of my I'lIeniN that night. .Mott re
quested mc to keep.Mri. Puller out of the
circle, ui slm v.1 such an unbeliever It
would dl-turli the haruiouy.
l.i the nllernofui there were two new
arrivals, Dr. .1. A. Horn from Cape Ulr
nrdeait, MU-oitrl, and V. I'. I.iue, lroui
Kt. De Molue.s, Iowa, both splritualisU.
Karly In the evening we all repaired to
Mott' liottM', the circle conlstlng of Dr.
Horn, Mr. I.uec, Mr-j. llradley, .Mr. Tit
kin, (a brother-in-law ol Mott,) .Mr.'. I'lt
kin, Mrs. Mott and myself. I Insisted
there wus no un; In tying Mott as we all
had confidence In liN'hitegrity. Thin Ik
lug n,si'nted to, Mott Immediately went
Into the cabinet and sat down In the
nicking chair for the purtMiMj of going
Into the necoary trance. Fortunately
we had good singer", and the low ,weet
mtisiu soon lin.ught a spirit lace, which
w'fict nt niinn riiiirntfnl mllt'it tf r!nliitr'il
llletUoc. He safil the cabinet wa" full of
splrlu trying lo materialize. Alfer
he had been interviewed by Dr. !wrii
and Mr. I.tiee, he retinal that we might
have more time with thoe we hnew.
Soon another face appeared, which
Mrs. Mott said was Frank FnllerV. who
wanted to ee 'hh mother. As
she wa not there, his aunt, Mr.. llradley,
went up to see lilm. Niu talked wltli
lilm sonic time. exnresIti!r 11 trreat de'lre
to have him kiss her. L'n to this time
Mrs. llradley wan Inclined to have full
taltlt lu Moot's oowcr-. ller sitnnllca
tlons were o earnest, that he made the
attetnnt. and came so near that she fully
reeoirnlzcdthci'eatuiej. not of her dear
iienhew, hut of .Mott lihn-elf. and dis
tinctly irot the tlavor of hU whlskicd
breath. She had the presence of mind to
kith sun. it.uik men eunei tor inc. 1
eomi.lulncd srrt-atlv of bad sl'dit. and re
quested hhu to bring his face as near as
pos-lble. lie put hl face within four
ir six incites 01 nunc wnere every tea-
tttre of Mott, whoo lace I had so ctre-
iilly studied the day before, came Into
full view. 1 got him to conic to tlieaiier-
tiii! four tiuii" s() that I Know I
1111 not uitstakeu, A little change In the
Ircsshig of the. hair and a little, powder
on the lace, was all the ill lloreuee be
tween the little Frank of the evening and
the .Molt of the morning. I Haiti to hhu.
l- rank, 1 know you, ami 1 want you to
send some test inessaice to your father,
that he may know I have scon you." He
whi-percd : "Tell lmna I used to help
lilm make yeast at theiliitillcry. He will
remember scolding tnc one day for letting
n yeast can tin over."
The truth 1-. as I have since learned.
that Mr. Fuller never made ycat at the
llstlllery, but was the miller. Mrs J- til
er niy that Frank never helped I1I1
father In any capacity at that cstablMi-
i'henext was the spirit ol .Initio II.
McCall, formerly of l'eorla, which has
frequently apiwaretl, It is said, at Mott's
seance, both at Memphis and at Canton,
Illinois. JicA.au last. nome. litis ueo
was limply a mask, looking no more like
J. II. McCall (whom I knew for twenty
years,) than the broad face ot Horace
ureciov (tut niic ine aitenuaicii one in
lell'Davl. He called lor me. but Mr.
llradley, who had known hhu even longer
than I had, came up and .tood by my
Itle, where sue nail several jfoou views ot
the apparition, Mt. II. airrec with 1110
as to the tv-enihlaiice. I then called Fit-
iln up and asked him if this was tho
saute lace that .Mrx. -Met till anil er
laughters had recognized, lie replied
that it was. There could bo no inwakc
about It, as he hud seen It several tune.
1 men asKeit .nr.. .11011 11 mis wa mu
same face that had been scon there and at
Canton by thu McCall family.' Site said
that It was. The antiar tlonl lent roppetl
behind tlie curtain and began to talk with
nie, using the loiiownig language :
1 jarK, now tire you r 1 au jii-.m to
see you. That was a u 11 11 i iiani
nine nun 1 nan in me iiiuuiiuuiis,
Call died In Montana.) "Hod, that was
a h-ll ofa time."
At this gross profanity .Mrs. llradley
interrupted him witli "W hy, -Mr. Mcl'nll,
you never ued such lansungc as that
when on mis caiin. t tun sui pi i-eii m
you, etc.. etc." Her surptlso was greai
cr, itoin her knowledge of the fact that
Mr. McCall was not a profane man.
I endeavored to check her Iiy saying
that she did not know .McCall out ot the
house. Unit 1 thoUL'ht lie was tulkllur
about u.s I should exited, hut the spirit
totil; thu hint and ued no inure, prolan-
Itv. Mri-. llradley aked McCall if he
..luitfl t.ilt 1I1.. imtiiita nt' inn of liU niirt
LUIItll ..... ..... ....I..'- . .... . ... ,
ner when he lived in IVorla, hut got no
answer, I said, "You surely feineniiiei'
who was head eilL'llteer at tlio old distil-
lery." Hu whispered vory low. "Henry,
Henry," hul could givo no oilier name.
I then said, "tieu; you can rciiiciiuiei
who was the head book-keeper." The
reply was n before, "Charley, Char
ley." 'What do Ferry Fra.er, tho old and
only head engineer, I'ut Dunne, our pres
ent representative, ami .lolin Fuller, who
were, tlio only iiook-kcciht wiiiiu.hcv.iiii
vas therj, wry o this for n cpltlt
"Clirko" was again called. I saw it
sliiulqwy face and nskctl whose It was.
The auivcr came, In a low whisper,
"Dear papa, don't you know nip? I nut
Mamie, your daughter. I am so glad jo
hcevou, Ik niuxiuua wellf" I replied that
I wits very happy to see her, but that 1
was getting old nr-d could not feu as well
us when siio left us "Won't you come
nearer, so 1 can have n irood look nt your
tlrar fa;c?'' I aVcd. She cam.; up very
Close and the evcr-rccurrlng face of Molt
came Into hold relief, with liishalr parted
In the laliltlleand two coarse false curls
tlanglingnn cadi side of his face, with
ins. Jits.si.iiri lairs MicKing our. ocnuui.
I called her (f) into full view three times
Mid cloMjd this performance by nskluur
her lo let mc see her hand. This fifteen
Vivir nhl il:ill'bti r (I luul tilketl lier mwl
liruitght Into a clear light, a hand about
eight or ten Incite lonjr. I nskctl her
to turn it over, mic tun so, ami tnc
whole hand, loinr and slim, with larLre
Joints and itceuliar thumb, that I had
stitdieuso careiitiiy m uay ocioro, wns
us patent ns the noonday sun.
Alter whispering a tow more messages
for her mother, shetllsapiMaitMl.
The truth lu this cae f. that I never
had it daughter by the name of "Mamie,"
mid never Imt a daughter by that or any
The hex spirit was Chinese. I asked
him if he would write me n letter. Ho
replied that he would. I tore a leaf from
my note book and gave It to him willi a
iH'ticll. The hand could be nlalnlv seen.
wrilhi!r, on the shelf at the fower'sltle of
the aperture. When through, Die paper
wa thrown on the floor. Follow Imr I a
verbatim copy, ns fo spelling anil con
struction, of tho letter:
Mr. Clark, how arc you this Istroulh
give my love to all my lolk tell go not to
clerk no more tell my wife ilou t niarv
.1. li H. McC.u.t.."
Vote. "im." In the letter, is niinxiftd tu
rrf. rto Josi'nlne McOnll. knoMn nnionif litr tn-
Tito reader will observo that the
ilrll had 1'orL'Ol tell he was a John
This lace was lmplv toll's w lilt a
horse-hair nlotall. his own hair helmr
combed back oer his crown. A very poor
Dr. Home was then called to see his
mother. He talked with her some time.
Afterward, lie told me his mother was
alive when he left home. .Mr. Luce was
ulso called to see his mother. He said,
after his conversation, that Ids mother
was living two weeks ago ami Wim yet as
far as bo knew.
Mott auam left olf his stlnk-not. the
smell from which, he says, is caused by
the spirits "iin-materiallzlng.'' The door
of thu cabinet was open. Wu found
lilm hi a trance, possessed by the spirit of
the Dutchman, Hlvcns. Mrs. llradley
a-ked him why her husband had not ap
peared. Hlvcns said he was there and
called for her, but she wouldn't come.
She asked him what disease her husband
had died of, audhcauswered : "had lungs,
Mr. ltrudlcy wa a perfectly healthy man
and died from the effects ol u kick on thu
heatl, administered by a ilcloti horse.
Tlii was crotuch lor Mrs llradlei-. She
1 el t the house lu dttgiist, perfectly con-
i iticeu mat mo wuote mine is a irauu.
After Mott had uwakeued, ho requested
me to st i v and hi waild show mu some
"date writing." I noticed a dato mi thu
bureau, and while he was showlti' tho
eotnpiny out, 1 put a private mark with mv
thumb nail, on tho dito and It imuo. He
took tin slate and went with me to another
room, laving It down on the table while he
darkened the npnttmeiit. We then put n
slate under a chair bottom with a small
pencil on top. A t crat chlng nuhe wits soon
audible, and presently raps nnnouiicod that
nc sririi was iiirougn. i iook un suite
Lto the other room, aud found a legible let
ter from Junies II. McCall, the siltjeit m ti
ter ot which has no Importance. On ex-
amlnlngtliu sl.ttc ejrefully, 1 found It was
not the one Mott had cairiud Into the datk
ened rot in.
Tho readsr will notice that In til of the
abived tvsts Mott did not hit one du;do
point, and tbe only conclusion that cut oe
deduced is that Mott and his pretentions
aro uiiniitlgateuly Iraudulcut.nud to mult
1 passing strange, that men aud women
with intelligence can go tb re Mid come
away, believing that they have talked with
or teen tleparted loved one.
U. . WI.AHKK,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwoon Washington and Commercial
Avenues, anjoinini; nanny .
KT.r.l'S for sale the ImM Href, I'ork, Mutton
Vral, Ijimb, hattSHKi'i Ac . iind is pre
paled to arrvo iiiinlllis In an acceptable milliner
BOX and BASKET
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic.
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Between Washington and Commercial
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
No. 616 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
A0ENTS FOR l'RENOH PLUMBAO0 OILS
t'OMMINNIOM M linos' ANTH.
AMI lltALtR IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
I LA IE, &c.,
Under City National Bank.
I WILT, fell In car-hind lots at umiiufarturcrs'
prior, aildlne t'rcUdit.
HARRISON Sc CO.,
(Sitrcesiors In II Ifunl A Co )
-nd Dealers In
FL0UB, GRAIN and
No. 03 Ohio Levee.
FLOUE AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHHXIS
(.Succcsiors to John 1) I'hlllU)
And Dralsrs In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents far LAFLIN & RAND POWDER C0
Coruor Tenth Stroet aud Ohio
2 I) Mulliu..
k. n. uid.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
U4 Oliio Lovoo.
K. J. Ayrc.
8. I). Aytes.
AYRES Sc CO.,
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AQENTO AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II. A. Themis .
L. I), Thorn).
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to II M. Hulen,)
Ami dealers lit
STAPLE AND FANCY
roreliro and Domostio Fruits and Nuts
164 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
I'KCIAI.attmtiun hIycu tocomlgumtnts and
'Yii.iiAM! k: smith, m. d.
ItKSIUriscKl No. il Thlrtmith stmt, b.
twt a Washington krtnue and Walnut stmt
OKFICK; North side of KllfhtU strut b.
tween (iuiiurrcll and Washington avrnur
W. DUNNINO, M. D,
Corntr N'lnth nd Walnut
OFl'ICKt Corner Slith street and Ohio Leve.
Of.TCK llOUItSt FromOa.m. tollm , ana
iVonri to n p in.-
)K. W. BLA0W,
omiKt Budr' llltxik, (tui-stalrs), cornsr
Klghth street and Washington aTisue.
Attorney t law.
OFFICE Ohio I.FTV, OTr room formtrly
ocntplrU by First Nsllmil Unuk ,
ULKEY A SON,
AttoriicjH at Law.
OKflCK.' F.lghth Stnstt, U.twtn Commer
cial and 'blnton'Tftuei,
Attorneys anl Coun.sclom
t)FFICK. Ohio Ivrf, rooms 7 and 8 om
L.uy.alloual Hank, .
William H Clmn.
William II rillWrt.
Miles J rwl'k. UitlMrt
tn.Rnf4isl atirnUnll rllll tl Ailllrltv nml
EEES CURED MEE
ANV jicrsob minrring from the above dlsesuc
Is lvqitrttm t,i mhlirsa Dr, I'rlif nn4 a trial
bottle of Ids inciUrln will be rorwanled KltKK
Dr friee It a rrgiilurpliyalciau, and lias inmte
the trmtmcnt of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for ytan
and h m 111 warrant a rure by
ine 01 no rvineuy
Do not fall to wnd to him for n trial bottlei
costs iioiuinf, ami ne
WILL CURE YOU,
No matter hew long Mantling your ra'e my
twjor how atany other irmedles may haie
Circulars and trstimcnlais cent wlUi
FREE TRIAL DOTTLE.
SR. CKAS. T. PRICE
There will Is: an opportunity for .Stinlmu lo
rntrrlhf UnlsrniUy, ininmllalrly Urr the hoi
M omliij', Jitiiunry Ills, 1)7S.
lultlou Is rRKC to all who sir sent by County
MilM-rinleudenls, Miprri l.oin, Judgra or by a
lleptvsenUthe DNlrlrl. Tosiirfi,an Ineldrutal
leet)l"l o Dollars Is rhargnl piT term, accord-Ine-tu
To otlirrs tuition In the N'titiual Iriarttnent Is
c.00kt ttnni lu the 1'itjsinitKry IJpartlucnt
M.oa, and In the Primary or r1Iodfl Driuitt
Ttir liistriirtloii U Tiiorottgli.
aud eiuliracra Writing, Drawlnr, Slnplng. Cul
Uthndrs and HofUtitiu, In atltlltloli (null thr
Common and High rtinfl! stntlles, and Ijtlln
and Urtfk, lllghrr Jlalhennitlrs, Lhf nd.lry aud
mini ran ! hud at ntisonalile prlfts
$3..V) tu as.vu per vuvk
The Siirlng 'rertn will
IA.MKS ItOlt.UtTh, M.'II.
The gnat discovery of the
age 'there Is no pain uhbli
the Crnlnur l.biliueiit will tint
' H'llrie, no swelling whlrh it
will nut hubttnv, rnilno lutiir
nrss whhli It will not rurr
-Ttds Is silting language, hut it
Is true It U uo liumhuKi the
vl'IV' recipe Is prlntnl arnund nieli
bottle. A circular containing cerlinroles of
wonilerAiliiiivstiriht'Uiimliiii, neuralgia, lock
Jaw, sprains, twrlllngs, muMs, niked hrrasls,
lmlsouims bites, fruirii lift, gout mltiticuni. ear
ache, Ac , and the revllf id the llulturnt will be
sent trulls to any one It Is the most wonderful
limliugand ulii-U'llerlii agent the, world has
cier pnitlucnl It sells n uouttlcle Kl'ure did
sell, aud It sells Ik-uium' It tines Just wliat It pre
tends tn do One bottle or the Centaur Lini
ment fur animals (yellow urnpiier) Is worth
humllTd dollars lur.puiliuil, slualueil or gulletl
rorses aud mules, und l'or crew-worm sheep.
No lantlly or stock-owner can alTonl to lw wlui
out Centaur I.liibnent, Price, M cents. Urge
Uittlea! ! It hoss.tlu,,
M llroadway, .VcwinrK.
CASTOIUA IS more lhau a substitute for
Castor oil It Is lh only aafe artlrle in rz-
Istence which is sure to regulate the bownls,
cure wlndcollc and prothire imtiual sleep. It l
tilraiunt to take children neeit not cry and
mother limy sbep, o-.-wlv
tor 1875 ov
lumTjlementB. Fertilizers, ota,
Nnmhsrlni lTonscos ana cdumiouik
JftruiyiilwiaridiVaM.TOaUtHt on recslpt
Ctalogao, withotit pUtea, Itto t u.
35 Cortlandt St.,
Pro. Fowler' Ort Work
THEIR MUTUAL. IWTKR'MI.ATION0
Love: lu Isirs, l'owers, Ac
AQKNT8 are wiling fri.tu 11 to Si copies
day Hend for wrlincn I"g and trrws
to agtnts', and tee why It ' frAV.Jfr",!?'
othtrbook. Address Sstlonall uhllhlo to
fhlUdtlphla, V ,OxUto in ,rft L.Ui