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J, W SUwart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(SiKCMtorj lo D Mitt A Co )
No, 113 Cotnmreil Au,
Bristol & StilweU,
Kcop ovcrythlng portolning to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodonwaro, Vogotablog,
Fruits, Sic, Stc.
Pressed Corned Beef,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooley'a, Royal, Price's,
Gillett's, Ludlam's, and
Preston & Merrill's
A Horse for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN T1TE CITY.
Oooda Sold Vory Cloao.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AND OILM.
a. o i m -
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
aow onaacs, uo,
Alwayi on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
O. O. XXTTX1Xj9,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
fl"Conntr and BaUto.ni Woik a specialty.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale sod tktall IXalen In
Foreign and Domestic
WIIfKS OF All KIXIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee, '
MKSSllf. SMYTH A CO. hate antly
a large atock of tha liett good 1 "V""'
ket, amlflrpee,lal attention lol. Kholtalt
rjnrn oi me uusineis
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
AXn IIKALIII IX
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, Sic.
Betweon Waahlnitton and Commercial
KJ-G-wU dfheml free, of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two iloor nortti of the Cairo and VIncanncs
WH, WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TRUSTY witch lcit night and day for
tnlii anil eleuuiboaU.
The heat of aemiuniodatlona for tranilcnt
giisU at Two Dollar iiurUar.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!l
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholriilt ami Itetall Dmitri In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS. Ad COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Httlea & Wilton's, Corner Twelfth St.
ana utuo ievee.
WK will; run u Ice waxen throughout tbt
Station, delivering pure lair Ire in any
part or the city at the lowest market price, mm
will also furnish our friends outiide the city with
ce by the rake or car loud , packed In mwdusl
or tlilumnut to Hiir distune.
'Tho Best Thing in tho West."
M& Topsh & Santa, Fes R, I
0,000,000 -A. OH339
Of the beat Fanning aud Agricultural I,auds In
America, miuaicu in ami iirur inr ut.iuiiim
i'.ittnni'iwul auiI (Ireat Arkansas vallcva. the
gumriiui mw nr. i, vi.
i r ...... .in
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, ana uu per cout. ifiicuuub
P A II K E P IT N I K D
To purchaters of I.und.
frsi,li....il..va twltli .tiuii irlvlnir full (nt'onuil
j i.iikuiMi.) ti t . . . .. , ) n - n - - .
tlun.nentfree. Address. ,mmvtl.
Acting Lund Commissioner. TolfVa, Kan
au, 137 1-7'Wani.
ZANONE & VALLA,
FRESH 'SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twenty-Eighth Street and
J. U. 7mwc . 11, Vails.
Offloo, 23ullatln. SvlAlilaar. Conut Tvrolftlv Ctrt olxxS.
A STARTLING MANIFESTATION.
Ilia 1 1 end
llnninicvtl nnu l
(' n nil I r to Ite-
rmer Hip Nplrltunl Nlnlr.
Until lately )iliiln.il mniiitolattoua
liavi not boi'ii very atKfiutnn In San
KrnnM'-co. A little whllo ru?r, however.
It iM'canif lintlti'il about tlmt tin; uplrlts
liad actually Ptieoi'ilcil In niatrmlizlii;
tlironj!li tin' rnajjnetle foroox imvhm'a'I
by mi iiuiatPttr iiailiuin, ami ttlt(; 11 rti"b
wnsocctialnui.il to wltni's tbu marvellous
phenomenon tit the ti'inl ehnrjte of SI
In tho room In which thow manifesta
tions occurred was n large clothes elo'ct.
extcndhiK nearly to the ctlllnj,', which
was appropriated ns the Indlpenmblc
cahlnit. OlioMly faces appeared lit the
mund hole which had been cut In the
front ol the cabinet, and were dis
tinctly ?xli Iiv the dim llbt mnluUllied.
while atraiiKe volres were heard, its If
proceedlnjr Irom the air, conveying mes
naes ot varying Import to thoe present.
It was llnally announced that the familiar
spirit ol the medium was pretiarin for
full materialljitlon, and would emeiL'i;
from the cabinet In complete form a.s In
life. This Martllti'' exhibition was ap
pointed for Sunday evening, and the
lamllbr spirit wa linderetood to be a
yottno; Inilftm warrior, who had Inhabited
that jiart of the world at some remote
period of autlipilty. The company wax
Ibund to be excellently chosen forobtaln
ln u jierfW:tly harnionlous condllion of
themaiieiic'liilluences, and after the
medium had taken his position In thucal
luet and relapsed Into the customary
trance, weird and fhadowy taces nhortly
llitted before the round hole in the door.
The company saiiKeUcceislvelyanumlMT
of favorite r-oujr', and at eacli Interval
watched anxlotiIy for the opeulutr
of the cabinet and the appearance of
the exacted materialized spirit. 'J'hey
had juitrenewtil tho aweet. jwrsuaslvu
Jniluenru and were f-iiiirlni; tlm louchinir
lialladof The Poor Old Slate, with much
feeling, when Maidenly the hnrmonv u
dliellrd bv a nharp enickiii', followetl
by a craii and the descent of a heavy
body Into the inldt of the circle, knoik
IiiK Miveral of the inember.s prostrate, and
producing a fensatioii similar to that ex
perienced at the critical Infant of a
Wtuboat cxplonlon or railroad collision.
Agood part ot the company made a bolt
for the point of e;:rc, and dashed
down three Jllxht of rtuirs without tarry
ing to Inquire the origin of the fliock;
others were jK-trilled w ith mortal .orror,
and retnlncil their eat; while one or
two of the most tlarinjr proccctled to deter
mine the precise diameter of the
phenomena. Tho light was, restored,
and the stratiL'u visitor was
discovered lying on the floor, with splin
tered laths and fragment of plaster icat
tored about him. It was the medium's
familiar plrit, the Indian warrior, com
pletely and most palpably materialized,
lie was bleeding prolus-ely at the no.-e,
and was In feoro distress Irom a concti
slou of the abdomen, caused bv the tail
ing ucroM the head of one oftiieuotupuuy
in Ids Midden deeceut As .soon as the
unfortunate ravage could reeover his
breath Mitllcicntly to articulate between
UU groans and profane ejaculations of tho
most modern construction, ho uxelainied
be-eeehlinrlv. "Sam. so for tho nenre-t
doctor; get Stiver." Jtythis time the
iiKslhuu had recovered consciousness, and,
emerging irotn uiu cauinci in cvuieui
chagrin and dismay, he remarked pathet
ically, while gazing at an enormous rent
in the ceiling overhead. "What made
von kten between thu iointsr This lias
just bust the whole business."
WOMAN'S RIGHT TO VOTE.
A tunc He fore the t'nllcil Mute Nil.
prciiip t uiirt
Washington', D. C, Fob. . Thu Su
preme Court to-uay lieanl tlie ease 01
Vlrgiula h. Minor, with whom her .hus
band Is Joined, against llapperactt, a
registering olllcerof the State of Missouri,
who una rcruMit to register .Mrs. Minor
as a voter, rlalntiil claims that as 11 citi
zen of thu United Status shu Is entitled to
tho privilege common to all citizens, ol
voting, and particularly at Federal elec
tions. The State Court decided against
the right under theConstltutloii audlaws
ot Missouri, and tho argument, here Is
that the privilege of voting for Federal
otllclals does not depend upoK the' State
authority, except to the right of regula
ting I to exerclne, and ns to that right tho
State cannot, under the ptctense
of regulating It, nPtuallv pro
hibit Its enjoyment by Imposing Im
possible conditions. The Constitu
tion of the State and the llcglstratlon act
based thereon are repugnant to and In
violation ot the Federal Cbnstltutlon in
nianv ot its provisions, but clearly so. in
respect to Section One of the Fourteenth
'Amendment, which expressly gives the
elective fraurhlsn to all eltl.eus of the
Flitted States, and protect tjiem In that
right as against State laws and Statu 1111
thorltv. and. theru liclnir no limitation of
tho right to male citizens by IU provi
sions, or authorized by it, no lutcrior-jur-Udiotiou
can Impart one, and tho courts
must therefore ileeidu hi favor of thu rluht
In all citizens, including the totualn citi
zen. It also urged unit uy rauiying tins
amendment the several StatcknroHtnnpcd
trom longer claiming thu right to limit
the franchise to males as a State preroga
tive, and that all legislation by tho States
tendlin.' to that end Is void.
This theory Is maintained by ox'Scna-
tor Henderson nnd John M. Krtnn, whose
names ore appended in tno nrici.
The oral argument was made by'FhtU'
els Mllior. the husband of nla utitl.
The Kegliter relies upon tiu Justness
01, um uecision uctow ami noes not ap
J)uiing the argument the following col
Mr. Justice Field So. volt hold
that citizenship confers tho right to
Counsel i"es. sir.
Mr. Justlcu Field llavo children, then,
the rlirht to voter
Counsel Yes, sir (without uny further
The court generally seemed Inclined to
rallv the counsel; but as ho cither did
not'rcllsh the inteiTiiiitlon. and therefore
purposely refrained from replying, or
was unanioio restinuu to uio sausiaouoii
of their honors, they soon ceased to ply
him wan questions.
nv-Tlm rpstlmnoi' of Wllllmnsnti
county members of the heglsiatmrv. tho
other tlav, was tint "tho peoplolhero
couldn't do anything except to emigrate,
iitili!R4 sotiiii tirotcction was extended to
them." Is this In thegrcnt ''law-abiding"
Northern State of Illinois? Where Is tho
in icr-vicanr vvwrif r'jourjw 1 ,
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17,
THE SCHOOL LAW.
I'rnpoapil Itrronnullnii In I be Nrlionl
Nynfrin of Illinois,
bi'itt.voriELD, III., Feb. 13. A bill li
Iwlng prepared, and will shortly Iw Intro
duced by Ciiuimlng', of Kiiltoit, which
will do away with those provllonorthe
School law through which, necordlng to
the otllcial repoits, the people of tlurtv
four counties of the State, lat vear, paid
taxes totheainoiiutofSltr,M2 2H-10ufor
the .mpport of schools In the slxtv-elght
other counties, of which Cook f'ounlv
alone paid $S7.:i II HIMdO, The bill will
abolish tho oMices of State and Countv
Snnerlntendents of Education, and re
quires each county to raise the funds for
the support of Its own .school", and to
maintain thcfC for a term of not less than
four months annually. Mr. C'uinmlng3
comes from a county which receives tor
the support of Its schools a share of the
fund, raised by the taxation of otliercotin
ties ; but he says on figuring on It he finds
thenmonnt applied tuidcrthe present svs
tem for the maintenance ot the schools' In
Hint county Is actunllvli-u than what l
paid by the county under (ho general
school levy. The result of hl llgurlng U
lo show, to borrow hl own phnie, that
"In getting the monev Into the State
1 rrasiiry and getting It out again, about
22 per cunt. Is lint on the wav bofote the
money gets to the schools. It pases
from tho Town Collector to tho Countv
Collector; thence succclvely to tho
State '1 reasurer, State Superintendent of
hdueatlon, the Town Trea-urer, nnd
dually the school district, and all nlong
tho route It Is diminished bv percentages
and fees and ollielal oxpoiiH-s. The bill
will require the County Hoards to make
the levy, and will provide lor direct pay
ment to the school dltrlcts. Should "It
pa's it will not only shniilifv and redtieu
the expend of the collection and dl
biiiveuient, of school lund, but will
remove onu of the most serious obstacles
In the revMon of tlm Iteveimo
law and the adoption of the proposed
plan of ral-hig revenue for State pur
poses by llcciiM'-!axe? and tax on corpo
ration. The ob-taclo In que.-tlon. If ol
stacle It can Iw termed. ha been the tie
terniliiution of ' crlain iiiciiiImts to oppose
any revenue scheme which did uol pro
vide for a Slate schooMevy, under which
the schools of their counties would lie
largely supported by the taxation of
other counties, They nro anxious to
have farm-land- exempted from taxation
for Statu purpose-, but were not willing
to gic up the State school-levy. So long
asforthat?l,OOO.OOOhasto be ral-ed, In
addition to the necessary fumU for de
fraying the expends ot th'eState Govern
ment, and proposed revenue system can
not be adopted, since, as the estimates
show, it would not nde money enough
for both purtM.-cs. Mr. 0111111111' ilg
nres, showing that on tho plan ot hi
bill the counties hlch ilcrhe 1110-t ad
vantage from the present vstcin can
doubtlctt go far towutd aiuo'lng thu ob
jections of thcte inembers to tho pur
posed revenue system.
The Drfcnrc la Illnelminll.
The cross-examination of TUton for
three days has clearly brought to light
the theory of the defence, which is a con
spiracy, the lnuls of which was to obtain
money from tho l'lynioutli people. If
publio rumor can bo credited, a witness
will bo produced who overheard a conver
sation oeiween nromiucni panics in
which tho "tun to be demanded was ove
$100,000. iAJiroii Journal.
Don't Illicit. Illlcli. L'oukIi, C'ouuli!
Couirh Ik anj unit on by which various ills
rasm condltloiiH nl tliu throat, IconcUl
ttt eanit luoys ma i-fdst llieuwlvo Hut
wlicttiorlt ailses from the irrl-nt jii t
(IiicmI in tlio throit unit larj nx liy taking
1. Id, Irom an a tack oflLoncliiti', firm lu
liilint Coniiiiipi..n, or trnm various
other causes, nothing will allay it uio.u
leeilily or cure It more permanently t!i 11
r. l'lerce's Gulden Medicil l)lcocry
Itibei n t matter wlieliT It h a icoeut
nit ick, or a lingering cough, the Dis 'oveiy
is in eitticr as equally well auuineu lur
Its relict and permanent curn. in f.iet, It
will cure a cough in one-half the thin nec-
surr to cure tt wtth auv otrnir uieuicine.
and It doK tt, uot by (trying It up, but by
rcmovlnL'theea si-, subduing Uio ir nation,
and healing tho ail'cuted parts. No time
should be lo-t hi comii.eiiclni; the of a
proper tiled clno fortue reliut ota e nigh,
tor u lcs this eoiu'se U nursucil crlotn
and ilanxerous OUe.uu of the luie.-s U liable
to reitilt. (tnlil 11 Medic il Discovery Is
sold by all dealeri In inedicli c.
"I3Vvhtuof tlnw si-venil vxrciiltons to
J tliieclctl uy the
clrrk or thp Circuit
Court ol Altxamter county. In the Mate
of Illinois one In f.tvor of llanlil frice,
one In favor of l'utrirk 3Uklar ami
one In favor of Ileinaril MeJInniM, una all
if.-nlu-t Ihe Cairo nml ineenni'ii llallnmil rom-
puny-1 hale tvriiil upon tla-IolIowliiilHcrltxsl
of Illinois. tnwlt Iots iminhereil otic (1) ami
tuo('J), in hloek numliensl twrhe (l.'i. ami
lots nunilii'lrtl mu 11 (7) nml cinhl (c), In hlnek
lopny, in iitf rouniv 01 .icx:inuer anu .suae
numiiensi iMenty-imis- cJJ, in the rim .ii'ii
Hon to tho city of Cairo. In the countv of Alex-
under nml -State of Illluol, n Ihe property of
the -an 1 cmro aim mmitici ituuriiiuli'iiiiipnur,
nhfrnlshall nnirnt nblic fale at tlicsnuiu
westiloorof the Court Home In tin" city of
Calm. In the 'county of Alexander and Stale of
Illinois, on the aitu il.iy of t-elmuiry, A. l.
IsT.V at the houi'of elei-ii ii'i-lnck. n in . fur
caidi, tn sutlffy said exeeiillnin
AI.I'iA. 11. lin i.s,
Sherlfl'of Alexiindercuuiity. Ills.
Cairo. Ilia. Fell. I, 17.1. 'Jl-J-I-W3t
iu:ai. i:st.vi 1: AIJl-.XT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
TDUV Hint eell real eitute, pay taxcj, fitrnlnU
j auairucis or tme.
JOHN ft. HAEMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Aconta of tho IllluoU Central and
iiurunRton una wuiuujr . .
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Addrc'sHAHrUItA- IJROTHRKP, N. T,
amu nsAtta ix
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under CHy National Bank.
I price; 3nJ.II.Se'rr;,lSSrf.,0ta Bt tetun
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to John II riilllls)
And llfakrs hi "
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Stroot and Ohio
'i. 1). Matlitus. ; r ijii),
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
OKI Olxio liovoo.
K. J. Ayiei.
S I), Ayres.
AYR.ES fc CO.,
m iioi.i:sai,i: (snot r.ns.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio IiOvoe.
II A. Thorns.
I, 1). Thorn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Siireessors to II, 1 Ilulen,)
And dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domentlo Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
QPKCIAI, ultcntlon glreu tocontlgumenti ami
k lilting ower.
Pro. Fowlor's Groat Work
TIIEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Loies Its lAWt, I'liweiii, Ac.
AGKNT.S aiv (elllug from 13 to i copied. a
ihiy . fteud for Hs:linen pages and leiiu
lo ujiviiU. and nv why It telU lailir than aiiy
ulliiT bunk, AiMreas .Salloiml I'uhlUlilug Co.,
riilladilihia, I'A., Chicago, Ills., or sit. l-oiili,
ILLIAK R. SMITII, Mt. D,
RESIDENCE! No 21 Thirteenth trae,,b.
tirMi Wathlngtoa avenue ami Walnut strut,
OFFICEi North aide of Eighth stmt be
twean Commercial anil Washington avenue.
Q W. DTJNNINO, M. V. "
Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICEi Corner SIsUi ttmt and Ohio Levee.
OFFICE HOURS FroraOa.ra tolim.and
from 2 to 8 p. m
jyn. w. blauw,
OFFICEi Ruder's Block, (up-stalr), corner
Eighth stmt anil Washington attnue.
Attorney at Tiaw.
OFFICF. Ohio Irec, over room formtrlr
owiipled by First National Uiuk,
JULKEY ec SON,
Attorneys nl Law.
OFFICK: .Klghth Street, lietwpjn Commer
cial aud Vt asklngton avenues,
John It Mulkey I .. . ,.,u
William 0 Mnfkey CAIItO, ILLINOIS
QKEEN c GILBERT,
AttorncyH nnd CoitUHclorH
Ol'FK K, Ohio Ivee, rootiH 7 and S over
Ul) .National Haul,
William II (ireen, )
5ii,il,,ni-" "5iiJi.,v.rl ( CAllt0 ibMNoi?.
Mllea Fn'I'k Olllwrt )
. iO."KThl ntlrnllon Riien to Admiralty anil
There will Is-nn ( t ! x 1 1 til 11 1 1 v fur Mnilenls lo
enter the I'lihuslty, hiiinislijtely allir llie led-
plays, on '
.Vloiiilny. .Inuitnry Itli. IH75.
tuition U tt.r.K In nil who an Kent bv Cnimtv
."uisrliiti'iidenl, Miprrvl'ors, .Indires nrliva
t:epis'.ent.illf Ul'trlit Totaeh, an Inelileiital
iK'of'I'wii Hollars Is il.argisl per term, accord
ing in iiiv fsmiiiir
To others tiilllnii In tin Normal hroartiiii'iit N
is. Il 1st III 111 I In the l'lepiirutorv li-p:irt!liciit
9. on, nnd In tho Primary or Model Depart
ineiit $J u.
The Iiislruclluu is Tliuriiiiicti,
and embrare.j Wrltlnz, Urawlnir, ninsliiv, Cal-
ltr.enlcs and 1.I".miiIiiii, In addition to all III"
Common und llhth ibool similes, and Ijlm
and lirirW, Higher Mathemiitles, heiiil-tryamt
(iiMnllMniiil run Is- had at reasonable nrleej
4.T .Vi to W.dOtKTVuk.
'I he prlinr Term will 01
.Mil, lst.1. JAMKSltOl
111 .Momlay, iinrcn
1011 1875 or
Umplements, Fertilizers, etc
Numbering 173 pagei and containing Ave
oKruttfulKioredjilattt, mailed on receipt
Catalogue, without plates, fire to ail.
85 Cortlandt &t,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds' hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sio
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Batween Waahlnuton and Comroarclal
Dealer in Tresh Meats
Botweon WaahinRton and Commarclal
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'a.
KKKl'S fur al the hot Ileef, l'ulk, Mutton
Veal. Ijimb. atlaKe, Ac . and Is pro
pared to iene famlllea lu nu acceplable niaimer
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Street.
arnighosi Caah, Price paid for
Hogs ana Cattle.