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C. I) Arter, J W Stewart,
ARTER & STEWART.
(fiuccomort to I) Arttr A Co.)
No. 113 Commercial Avonue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Krop ovrrything pertaining to
tho lino of Stnplo and Fanoy Oro-
3orios, wooaonworo, vcgotuDies,
Pruit8, Sic, Sic.
Pressed Corned Beef,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooley's, Royal, Price's,
Gillott's, Ludlam's, and
Preston 6c Merrill's
A. Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
vakii:ty si oiti:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AM) OII.H.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, tin- celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh 8trewt and Washing:
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER m BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building-, Corner Twelfth Street
and Wahinton Avenue,
EJ'Countv uml Jlallroad Work a kcUUv,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale anil Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WI.VKN OF AliTi KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MESH It'. f-MYTII A CO. have , antly
u Urge itock of the best kuwI " e mar
ket, and Klvenprclal attention loll llnl
mnrh iif fh lin.lriM.
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
AND DEALXIt IN
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, Sic.
Between Washington and Commercial
KJ-IIowU diliveltd frrr of rliarge.
iio. I siokks.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door north of the Cairo and Vlnoanuea
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATlllJsTY welch kept niRht and day for
train and traiubiuiui.
Iht bet of ardinmodatloii. for transient
mull at 'I o llullars ier lUr
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!1
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
Wholesale, and lletnil Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
C AIROOFFICE :
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
and unto i.ovee.
WK will run an Ire wagsn throughout the
eam, delivering lure lake ice In any
part (if tlir city til the lowest market price, and
will alio furnish our frienila out. Ule the city with
re by Hie cake or car load, packed In niwiluat
or niument to nnv distance.
"The Best Thing in the West."
Aichison, Tossta & Santa h 1 1
Xi j9l INT X JS
Of the liest Farming aud Agricultural Land In
America, situated In and near the beautiful
Cottonwood aud limit Arkunius Tails)', the
Kardenof the West, ou
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and SO por cent. Dluoount
f a n r. u c r u mi c n
To purcbatera ofI.ni.il,
JCJ-Clrctilars, with map, Klvlngftill Informs-
.Um.nt tree. AWVN. JOIINHOX,
Acting- Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kan
la. 137 l-7-vv3in.
ZANONE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twenty-Eighth Street and
J. P. amm. . M. Valla.
OCfl.co, UvLMotita, 23u.lld.lja.er, Connor -X-walftli. CJtrot at-ad.
A BIG HUMBUG EXPOSED.
The- Iiifllnn IJok Trlrk-A ."Voted "lie.
Jniu" Comes to (Jrlef.
For some tlmu iitt n inwIlutn-M.r-il,
l)l:ick-;yi'ilf :iirlj--li;ilrt-il mid ratln.T;oiHl
looking l''rx'iicliiii:iti. citlliiiK lilniM'lf .1.
I'nink Muriln. Ims Ih.-imi n,tiiiiijlilii tliu
niitivf" by wlinl npix'iircd to bu inot
woiidciltil spliiltiiil tt'.'tK, iiinl until Fri
day twiiliir hft Iliu clmriMist ltivttlf.'!i
tions tviTts tMiinplcti'lv follt-d In tliolr ut
U.'tniU to lallioin tfio iny-tury, wlilcli
Mfiffgt-rutl tliciu nud nlniot converted
tbiiii to tlx.' Ix lli'I' tli.it Mnrtin'H l'IuIiih
wuro liKltl'tiati;. .Martin wag lor tomu
tlino tbc chief nttrncllon tit thu seuuees
ivon nt the rooms ot Mr. Ili:iey, sonic
Unifx cnlleil .Ml Hit I.lllle. llu and olio
Maw, who U pt'onouni.'t'd by aoinc of Ibu
Spiritualist"' to a stitpciidont l'r.ind,
L'uvt; mi vxhlhltloti nt Ciimliridc not
loiijf since, calling thoinnlvcs the Taylor
brother, and miccosl'ully
l-UI.I.KI) WOOL OVKIl THF. EYK9
of thfir audlcticc. So liicoiiiprelieiilblc
were, the li-ids Iven by tblftaJrolt inonnt
eliank that many ihcrchunt. hanker')
and professional men became Interested
in his exploits, and commencing on
Tlmrduy uvetiiiif,', January u s-erles of
'ances at the ollh-e of Dr. II. It. Morer,
No. U .MontKoinery place, and contiuiilu
them to and tucludiii); Friday evening
la't. when the fraud witt exposed. Uur
Injr this scries of 'eaticc- .Mariln was
aided and encouraged by tlr. and .Mr.
IIitm'V, and by coilii-lon and adroit man
aeiuent succirded hi blinding tlie eye
ot th liiv-tlMtor until the dcuoiie
ineiit which branded hliu u an impo-tcr.
lie lii'.i'-ted on the condition of darkness
to aid him In ridding hlni'ell of bonds
and to enter a locked box. Unu evening
last ueek the conditions or something
else were wroti";, and he called for more
power, which was supplied by .Mr. Iler
sey. who went to the cabinet coiitaliilii":
the box. and it is thought assiilcd him in
removing the cords with which he was
I led. So utlroltly was this done thateven
then tin; most sceptical of the Investiga
tors were at their wit's end to give any
solution of the inytcry on any other ba"
sls than that of Spiritualism.
KKTIXIION OK A THICK.
On Friday evenliur. several wealthy
and profcivlonal mciibeluireeut at Dr.
Storer'.s rooms, the box, which i oblong,
made of wood one inch thick, live feet
loll1, three feet wide aud twoaudouc
hall feet deep, aud having round holes
about three Inches In diameter on either
side, ostensibly for the admission of air,
wxs locked, bound with thread and twine,
and nealcd, and w.-u then placed in a cabi
net composed of a skeleton Iratne covered
with cambric. Martin was then tied us
uiual aud placed In the cabinet, near the
box. The lljrht In the room was then ex
tinguished, and presto! Martin gets in
to the box and cats the bonds from his
person. The room U apilii lighted, Mar
tin is taken out and a searching luvcti
pitlon ol the box is begim by i'rol A. K.
Carpenter, the 'reat mesmerist; Uev. Mr.
Kimball, from the West, and others. At
llrst the box appeared to be all right,
hut 1'rof. Carpenter, hajipeniiig to
think of tin' Indian box trijk, conimeliced
witli Kev. Mr. Kimball a ri'itl scrutiny
of III ends of the mysterious receptacle.
.Martin vehemently objected to this pro
ceetlinj,'. saxinjr that the box uas hi;
that he had given them the test and they
-lioulil not meddle with his properly,
lie appeared greatly excited and wa
backed up in his protest by Mr.s. Heri-ey
alias MUs I.lllle; hut protestx were of nb
avail, 'l'he cunning Frenchman va
thrust Into a chair aud there held by four
men while an investigation ot his trap
uiistnude. The corners ot the box were
bound with iron, and at tirst glance
seemed solid and secure. While rapping
upon the box and looking it over, l'ruf.
Carpenter detectel a sound similar to
thai made by striking upon st looe board,
aud also discovered that the seals on one
end were broken and one of the nails hi
the corner removed. Oilier unll- and
screws were taken out. and with the ex
ception of four were louiid to have bien
cut oil' to as not to enter the end piece,
which was provided with a secret
spring. Twoul'llieiialUat the lop uh.eli
were not cut oil' served to keep
the end in place and the other two Ferved
as hinircs and permitted the end to swing
into the box. Martin, lliiding his little
game wa all up. assumed a jolly mood,
said lie was short of money, and re-orjed
lo that trick to raNc the wind. Ills mo
dus uperandi was to wrigi'leouluf tlie cords
with which he was bound, then remove
the two top nallsiMish the end of the box
In, enter, spring the end back to its place,
thrust his hands through the opening') at
the sides, replace the u.dls at the op nud
give the signal for a light and release,
The investigators had paid an admhtauco
fee of SI each, and, having detected thu
fraud, demanded a return of their money,
which demand Martin aud the Mersey
thought best to comply with, and evident
ly were glad to shake the dust of the
place from their feet; In other words,
they "dusted." Dr. Storer, althoti''h a
Spiritualist, is u hater ot frauds, and ex
poses them whenever ho gels u chance.
Much credit Is due to him for thu aid
which he rendered in makiiigthls expose.
The Oratory or the Street.
Halph Waldo Kmerson. In n recent lec
ture upon "Oratory," said ; "Kvery one
has felt how superior In loreo is the lan
guage of the street to that of the acade
my. Ought not the scholar be able to
convey his meaning in terms as sharp
and strong as the porter and truckman
Use? The language of Hit' men of thu
street Is strong, nor can you mend It by
what you call parliamentary. You say,
'If ho could only expre.s himself.1 Hut
lie docs already better than any one can
do It for him. A man who knows )lm
wlf about the matter In hand can always
get the ear of an audience
to the exclusion of everybody cUt.
The power of their speech Is that it Is
perfectly understood by all, iind I believe
It to be true that when any orator at the
bar or in the Senate rises lit his thought
he descends in his language. That l-
that when he rises to any height of
thought or of passion, hu comes down to
a level with the ear of all his audience. It is
thu oratory of John Drown and Abralmin
Lincoln, the ouu ot ( iharlestown, thv otlu r
at Gettysburg. In thu two best specimens
of oratory wu have ever had In tills coun
try. I olWrvn Hint all distinguished po
etry Is written ill the dhlest and simplest
English words. 1 hero is a point aliovo
coarseness imd below refinement where
Why do people call for a ploeo of
string, and did nnybody ever hear of one
calling for a whole one'f
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1875.
THE PRICE OF CORN.
NtitUtlri t'pnn llio Corn Crop nntl
Market for the 1'iist .Set en Year.
Tim price of corn In this country l
governed by the quantity grown, the
abundance or scarcity of other feeding
material having a slight modifying intlu
use. The foreign demand, averaging
between 1 and 2 per cent., and reaching
In recent years ,1 pe: cent., too small to
be a disturbing element In the market.
The commercial asertlon. that the for
eign value of an exported article Axes Its'
home price, while partially trueof vh nt,
fills almost utterly in It application to
corn. So we usually see the lowest
prices of corn when we have thu largest
products ; hut an nvcragc crop of wheat,
with larger foreign crops, may bring
lower prices than it more nrollilu ouu
with dellclent harvest abroad. A refer
ence to the records of estimated produc
tion and current prices. In lust yean Illus
trates this truth, and nt tlie same tlmu
attest the accuracy of the records; ' The
quantity produced and nverage prices of
tecent year are as follow :
In lw;s)0G.000.0(W bushel", valued at
02 cents cr hii-hcl
In ISC), !7.00a000 bushel", valued nt
7," cents per bushel.
In IS70, 1.0111.000,000 bushels, vnlued at
fil cent ik" bushel.
In 1S71. 1)01.000.000 bushels, valued al
IS cents per Im-hel.
In 1872. l.OTJ.OOO.OOO bushels, valued nt
!ia cents per bushel.
In 1S7U. IKIJ.OOO.OOO bushels, valued nt
IS cents per btt'liel.
In 1871. S.M.OOO.OOO bushel", valued at
05 cents per huhel.
'l'he price in la73 would have been nt
leat 10 per cent, higher than hi 1871. but
lor the ell'eet of the monetary panic on
price" generally. The price at the elo-e
of 1872 was 15 cent lower than In 1870.
partly from gradual decline In prices ,,mj
in part hecau-e the surplus of old corn
was much smaller hi the latter year, the
combined product of lMi!l-'70, being
1.9V.OO0.O0Obuhel: of lS71-72. 2,0).
0O0.OU0 bushels ; adill'erenceol 11. ".000.000
bushels. At the present time, u season of
continued monetary (lepreioii, the aver
age price Is 05 cents, 10 cents le-s than in
IViO. when the crop was 20.000.000
bushels greater. In l&i 1, a medium crop,
with a la rue surplus of the Immense pro
duct of 1870, anil a tendency to lower
values generally, caused a reduction of 5
cents per btt-hel.
The crops of isi0 and 1S7I nre the
liortet for many .tears, and the prices
naturally the hlgliest.
The-e llgures Indicate plainly the first
and last years ofthe period a years ol
scarcity. The present prices nre lower
than tho-e ol 100. because the product is
somewhat less, and on account of the gen
eral reduction In value, esiwclally since
the summer of 1 "sT.'I. In Illinois, the dif
ference is hut 1 cent perhu-hcl, and thu
rate of yield I- less for the present crpp.
In Indiana, where the price In 1800 was
10 cents higher than now, the yield in
H7I Is four bushels more peraere than In
1500. In Iowa the yield in both years was
better and the price lower tha'n in the
other States, with one marked exception
Nebraska, in ISfiO. giving -12 bu.hcls
per acre, worth 37 cents; hi 187 1 onlv 10
bushels, commanding thu extraordinary
figure of 73 cents. This constant varia
tion of local prices of corn illustrate
forcibly the fact that they are governed
mainly by local demand.
The' Iowet (stale average) price of corn
ofthe crop of 187-J Is found In Iowa 13
cents. The average of Indiana and Min
nesota is 51 cents; that of Kentucky 55;
of Illinois, the great corn Mali-, with a
rate of yield unpp'eedetitcdly low, CO;
Ohio. Cs). Those between OOaTid 70 cenis
.ire West Virginia, (il cent-; Wi-coiisln.
C.I. Virglnia.Ol; Michigan. 05; li.uc,.ec,
(W. Iletween 70 and M) cents Delaware
70; Nor h Carolina. 72; Nebraska, because
of chinch-bugs am grasshopper-, -taud
with Maryland at 73; .Missouri, allhctcd
with inect plagues and drought, 71;
Texa. 75; Pennsylvania. 76. New Jer
sey Is the only Statu making record be
tween 80 nud 00. Then comes ullering
Kati'a. whose crop last year vasuorlh
hut 31 cent. at 01 cents; followed bv
Georgia, 02; New York ami Alabama, 0:1;
Oregon, 01; Arkansas 05; California. OS;
Florida, 00. The home-grnuth of South
Corollua and Louisiana Is worth $1; Mis
sissippi. SI. 01; aud the New Knglaud
State.-, whose corn, alwavs higher hi
price than Western, la held nt SI. 10 to
Sl.lS per bushel.
Don't Hack. Hack, ('ouch, Cough!
Cong i la u) nipt ill lay which vni I 'lis ills
eas il i iuallt'o ol tile tlliin', Il unci .1
tu es ii'iii un;s ma f -t tlifin-civt's Hut
wnetiicrl' n iscs from t e trii ntloi i "
dun. d ill thu thrust mid lnrlix uy taking
'old, iismian a tank of U.ouclntls, I cm in-i-lpli
nt Ciinsuuip b n, or Iniai various
other cjui-cs. nothing wIHnIImv It more
spiTthly or cure it iiire perm nenllv tlnn
Di. 1'ierutt'n G ildcn Medio I Dlsc'ivcry
ltd) i n t iim'tcr who li r it Is a rec nt
n'tick, or a llnpu lug coiiuli, the His' oveiy
Is in either equally well adapted f t
its rebut nnd peruuiu hi cur . 1" tct. I'
w ill cure a counh in one-Ualf the tune r.c
i s-srv to cuiu It with anv ntner inu llciiie,
audit do (tit. not by ilrjing It up but. by
removing thoca s ,iibUiinfr tho ir nation,
ami hcalliiL' tha nifeeied i.artM. Xo tune
should lie lo.t in cuniiiicni'inir t' c life of a
pr per nieel clue for tj relic' of a cuyn,
lorn less tnlsconr-c Is pu-sund serious
and Uaugor ms olc i-c nt inu huu's Is liublu
to ro'iilc. GMd u Medio. I PUuuvory 1
sold by all doalors In tut-diet- es
Tow-Boat For Sale
Till S'liusriilwr olTeu for eale the Steam
Towing htrrn-WliicI lloat, Ike lliiinniltt.
ivlth engines, machinery, luckle, tipiuuel anil
fnrnituie iisSihu now lie at Calm, Iliu.
lui- lriiKth i It: Pit, her Ini-ullli '.'I feet, her
JentliB fttt awl measure -'TU Ions. hlie lias :t
boiler 'il IH't loo;,- ami M inches diameter, 'i high
presnieciiKliieswltlii')lliulei's 17'$ Inches In
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I :lus in diameter itml 17 inches Miuke and all
uiouein liiipmveliienu.aiiii n in eery reapuei
stiinni'ii, tu worthy, and in good condition for
navigation, for terms upply to.
8. S, Tavloii.
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Addrc.sUAltl'ER 1IU0THEUS, N. Y,
C M M tHH I O Sf 31 KltC'Il A NTN.
A.1D tlEAlttl is:
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Undor Cltjr National Bank.
I WI t.t, sell In rjir-load lot at manufacturrrs'
irlc , adillnic t reli'lil
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to John 11 I'lillile)
Ami Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Street and Ohio
Z I) Mnthiui. E. C Ulil.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
O-l OUio Xiovoo.
K. J. Ayres. s. j. Ayw
AYRES 6c CO.,
U IIOM.SAI.r, iltll I'.ltN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENTS AMERICAN POWDElt CO.
57 Ohio IiOveo.
H A Tlioms. L D Thorns.
TH0MS & BROTHER,
(Successors to II il llnlcn,)
Anil dealers in
STAPLE AND FANOY
Foroltrn and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKCIAI. attention ulten to consignments and
Pro. Fowlor's Groat Work
THEIR MUTUAL. INTER-RELATIONS
bovei Its Lams, l'ovvers, Ac,
AGENTS are selling finm IS to 2.1 copies a
day Send for -eimen paira and term
to iiKentd, and seu why it selU faali-r than any
other bouL Ad.ltvus National l'nbli.hiiiK Co ,
l'liiladellilii, l'a., ChK'ugo, Ills., oral. hoiii,
ILI.IAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KKSIDKXC'Bi No3irTl,lrtWntl, jtrtct.b
Iween Washington avenue and Walnut ttrrct
OKKICKi.Vorth side of KiKhth treet te
twecn Commercial and tVastilnKtonav-fim
W. DUNNING, M. D.
llKSlDKNCK Comer Ninth and Walnnt
Omi'Ki Corner Sixth stmrt and Ohio IxTee.
OKKICK llOUUSi From Gu m. to Urn , and
i"rom J to s i m.
J-)R. W. BLAUW,
OKKICK. iludrr's block, (iip-tuirs) , corner
Rlghth stns-t and WashlnKton aTtnue
Attorney at Inw.
OKlr'ICK. Ohio Ivte, over room f(irmrly
orciipicil by r'lrst National Hank,
ULKEY A SON,
Attorney. ut T.uiv.
OKKICK; Klshlh Stmt, Iwtwpm Commcr-
cm: aim va.imii(ion iivmuei,
John II Mtilkey )
Q.REEN & OILBEItT,
AttorncyN uiul oiiiihc1oih
OKKICK Ohio Int, rooms 7 and a over
City National Hank,
William It (lns.li, )
jy,1,1" '."' GUhert, C.MItO ILLINOIS
JIIIm Knsl'k (lllbert J
CV.'ipeclal attention Riven lo Admiralty mid
There will he an oniKirtiinltv fur Stiiclnits In
enter the L'nlverilty, imnnslla'tely after the hoi-
.Monilny, .Iniiuivry I III, l;,1,
1 lilt loll Is llir.R tn all ulm nir pnl liv C.iiimIv
Siiii-rlnn mlrnts, Mti-rvlnr, Juil;ea nrby n
nein.--eniaiMe iiiriei lOMlrn.all inrnienlal
liruf 1 hu Diillari U cliareed wr term, m-eoiil-linr
to the Matnle
Tn iithein tuition 111 the Nmmat Doi nrlnunl u
s i.) r term; in the riepanitiirv liii'mlnunt
U tn, and In the Primal y or ilodel Depart
ment 4 in
The Instruction is Tlioi-inmli,
and embraces Vrltlmr, Ilnivrlnp, Slnirlnfr, Oil-
isu eiiirs unu i.incuuou, in iiiiuiiion mail m
C'ominon and IIIrIi school studies, and Latin
and Hreek, Higher Mathematics, themltry and
(inod liiianl can ! had at reannnlili iirlrer
M MtnW OOiiervvirk
l he siirlnirleiin will open Mnnd.iv, March
Uih. lii:,. JAMES HijHAltlS M I) .
F0R 1875 op
( Seeds! Plants! V
llmplements, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering ITS pages and containing flvo
Ixautlfuicolond plain, mailed on receipt
of SO cents.
Catalogue, without platei . ttt to all.
85 Cortlandb St.,
BOX and BASKET OO
klnda" lianl and toft,)
FLOOHINQ, SIDING, LATH, &c
Hill anil Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Botween Waahlntrton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny's.
Ki:i:i'. I'nrmletlielitt llf, I'mL, Jfiitton
Veal, I limb. Saiiiuge, tc . und 1.1 iu
IMi tsI to terve lumilleti in an iinei Mile manner
Wholesale, Retail and
Wlloox'B 33 loo Is.,
Corner Poplar and EUvonth Streets.
8iayHigheBt Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattle. -