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MMl MMttr on Every Vagi.
JOHN H. OBERLT, Editor.
bcath or oc.v. r. p. iii.air.
6cn. F. P. I'lnlr died on Thuisday
r veiling, Stli Inst., nt hnlf-p.it 11 o'clock,
at his rcsldenco nt St. Loul, He died
ijnlctly and without suffering.
A ATTACK TOON US BYLUOINDA JANE
nr firtitlc fti-ply to the lli-iille Jnm-'
Jin. I'mron: Hegnrdle-n f thewiiriii
weather, ot Miflprliig. of coiiioijutiirfk.
you stand In the JirltH.mcy of your glory
courting death by sunstroke n ynn how
your bared head for the laurel of nit ad
inlrinff puhllc. I'roitdly you stand on
the dead enreavscq (ilgumtlve you know)
of the medium you have exposed ; Hand
on thU towering mountain, llylnr ttf
stars and stripe from one hand, the eagle
Jroin the other, and tlniliu: the drum
With onelonlly font, to the 1nt13le.1l strains
of your bassoon. F i' "0 A'117'' 1,11 iui
io'plrinp picture more, left my he.iit fall
me, and I neglect the duty ot pointing
out n few dUcortU In the linrmoiilei of
that instrument whoe blasts .so often
call us from the lenlitlcs and fact" ol'llti
that immortal editorial bassoon.
Your latest and best e-po- of medi
ums contain several points which
would In1 very excellent indeed, were
they only ttue startline; tr-ev, were they
only fact's, but tiioy arc no', tint they arc
tint, I no fault of youvs ; vvu -vere only
unlucky In selecting them. Anion. Iliem.
Is this scntenee: "This we know,
that most of the Splrlttiall-t in (.'alio
who really seem to be informed with the
spirit of proscription, and would, if they
dared, burn unbelievers at the stake, de
nounced U3 us a trnducer of n vood
man's character, nnd wrote to Motl urg
ing him to come to Cairo to refute our
calumnies." ("pon reilection.ilr. Editor,
I think r .. will llnd younelf nimble to
mcat'ja tiieiiiitno of even wie of thee,
staUe-burnlti' Individuals. It you. ran
wain the public against uclian Inhuman
monster, you should do so uuquestlona
bly. Tthiuk (your paper boing u icllg
lous organ) you threw th.it bait in for
noine Inlldel to tight the Chrlstnlns with,
knowing that the church reserves to her
self the right to burn unbeliever at the
Vou will also llud It a little awkw.ir.1
to produce any evidence that most of the
Splrltunllts of Cairo urged Mott to come
and refute your calumnies. I doubt If
even one letter to that effect was ever
written. Why need we trouble ourselves
so ranch, when we know that you knew
nothing about Mott before he came hero?
Your mero assertions against Spiritual
ism or mcdiumWm amounts to nothing
but assertion ; and however ngltated you
become on the subject, It does not full""'
that e lire the same. H ici you co.im
taking the ";ayso'' of others and .now
the things which you only desire now,
then, and not till then, will we Spiritual
ists rtspect your opinion. This seems
difficult for yon to realize, but Jl N true
nil the same. IVfien you the
fraud, we will nduilre your cool Judg
ment, and thank you for your help. So
far, your "exposures" have been made
or you, nnd in some Instances by per
sons who, according to their own show
ing, arc Incompetent ; being positive to
day that a thing Is true, and equally posi
tive to-morrow that It is untrue. Xo
wonder that In dealing with such persons
you speak of "dupes." Not being able
to trust In their own judgment, they can
not be loollsh enough to expect other.
to do so. lu your article, you take to
yourself an unmerited compliment
in saying that your .suggestion put .Mott
totlight. It anything hurried hhn, it
wa3 some propositions made by Spiritu
alists, and agreed upon by .Mott. They
desired nnd arranged for some seances
which should be held under the u.o-l
rigid test conditions; but .Mott, falling to
keep his promUe, may make his own ex
plauatioti. I have no apologies to make
lor his conduct. Whether he Is a "hum
bug" or not, I am as little qtmlilk-d to .-ay
ns you are. Not having Investigated for
ourselves, wo arc Incompetent judges, j
nud would only parade our ignorance to
claim to jiioiowhat Isyet unproven. You
make another little u,, tloii which It Is
Impossible for vou to j-u-tuiu. vi Hint
i HclJf.S Was llllllhlll to iirm!ilfn i....t-
mg alter tier "method w.is exposed." f
nm not aware that her method icax ex
posed or In any way explained, but I am
aware uiai m-r independent writui"
went on after your publication of that'
siring or niiutatemenU regar ling her,
and after Uieoxpoitirc erU i !t. . iduals
made or tlunuchr,. w,tu,se.l iter
communications, In company with -vc-i
or eight otliers; and having in. n . '
your possession, you are at . , rty t0
sitUty yourselt ns to the truth of what I
w,U l,.Cal,nKa,M lu--u'-'. 'hat
tw Spiritually denounced all -vlntm,-,.
tloned Mrs. Hollls' good faith, if Vou
Bay this earnestly, I a, sorrv vou nie
In error. Xo ono was ever demmnei'd
for doubt IU' llf-r u
until they prove themselves genuine uv
a "v.. HII14 111! till I ! I" 1'lllM Mlitt,
. ... w ellr.;uiariy urciluloiis. tll.l
Tr. ir.X:'w,,0.i0,wlv l'nctaIiuotl the
......... . U10J1, mm
, " M: aw char atan. Thev
werjcltlicifalsel.uil(:ir ,lrst or
tempt for thelrevldeucc. wU(m,y bl d
you tor giving such evident y " n
riaJ) h your "oppose." Had yo
any of the many -unkind thing Vou
Mid to be true, we would have ivit a rtt.
Met for your knowledge, however tilt.
iDlett might have seemed to us. We
HellU in r, :b.iiaf.!l W -ft
mnttst entirely lUtildi of Splr.tu,i
Inn, (13 any humane- peor wohld have
done, knowing the olrcum'tAtmcs No
tkfptlc, no lionet doubter v- numbered
among tbee we rotnpltiln ot but thee
claim'!? to be of us. Hereafter, Mr. I'd
Itor, when you expose mediums, do your
own Investigating, for If ever any one
poor mortal wns imposed on, nnd bam
boozled with nil sorts ot contradictory
Btorlef.thatinort.nl It yourself. Do not
take n)ii one's word for the truth of Spir
itualism, or ngalnst It ) know for yourstlf.
Don't even swallow the Keely motor with
your eye. shut, or believe It, becnii'c
some Interested party fays f o. He able
when you expose mediums and catch
frauds to hold them till you explain to
the rest of us. Do not denounce medi
um ns you have done nnd then takoifi
lor witnesses ngalnst each other, as
you have in the onto of .Mott
nnd Mrs. Hollls; calling her n good me
dium (orMmiethlngtothat efl'eet) on Sun
day last, nnd the contrary to-day. I do
not envy you your state ot Indecision.
Ajul now, begging your pardon for Inter
rupting your demonstration, I will
.main Join In the encores w hile yon wave
your tilnmpliant banner. over the ghosN
of vanqni-dicd Impostures nnd cheats.
l.u ism .l.wr.
i in; i:i:i'i..
ni- iiu- .ri'fwKiiiileiit ojieiiii with a
tloinlih that .Jhe Intcndetl lo tie.-arcastle.
Piobaldy it is. Xodoulit it natlolled her,
nnd we shall not tlinefoie ilKturb her
pleasure in ther.aoon Child of her Spir
itualistic mind, by attempting to point out
to her e-ldcncca Hint it 1- lu-t n Ilttlf
IVe pas to notku ttt "points" he
iiinl;e.s ngaiti'l us, nnd we wish her at
tention. Wedu not liellme iinythlng we
may .ay will eonvinee her. Ifhe wt-re
one ol tho sirong-miudt'd In fact ns well
ns theory, we might hope to convince
her by argument nnd the presentation of
facts, hut being a womanly woman.
devoted to home, husband nnd children
being that weakest nnd yet most attrac
tive of human beings, a vrrv woman,
who dlieaids logic running counter to
the emotions, we cannot hope to per-
made her to abandon any position she
lias taken on n question likeSiilrttiallsm,
that appeals with nhnost Irreslstlbleforee
to the sympathies, stenllng from the
heart ol lis dune the hon or of the irnvf
and giving back lo credulity the nngel
tormsof loved ones gone befoie. Shall
we nrgue with .Mary nt tin; cross V With
Rachel weeping for her children, rrts
Ing'to be comforted because they are not.
who would discuss tlie qup'tlnn of life
1. Itlsdeutcd that any of the Spiritua
lists of Cnlro nre intormed with the spirit
of proscription tint would burn at the
stake those who deny tho truth of Spirit
ualism. Our fair correspondent hns lit-
tie knowledge ol her own religious asso
ciates, or cIsq she would not deny this.
It she .vere a close observer; of facts, she
would have seen long ago, that the de
votee, ot Spiritualism are of the elass
who made up the first Christians wo.
men .nut wnmrnlv men. Tlinr n
perstltlous beings who near voices nnd
see si; us emotional creatures, who, llrui
n n rod; In thelrown belief, are lutolernnt
nud prescriptive. Take, for In
stance, the Cnho followers of
.Mrd. llollls-. Thnj.- rcMiiliil nil
neuon of her power., became liidhr-
unlit nt expressions of Infidelity In her
inedlumshlp, nnd lo this day yonio of
them refuse to speak to, and have socially
proscribed, former fi lends who wereanti
Holllsites. These dare nor, but 11 thev
did dare, they would "stake" the people
who have no faith in this most palpable
Impostor. Self-examination should, but
will not, convince our correspondent that
this is the truth. She assumes that per
sons who at llrst said. Min. llollisgavetliem
'coiumuiilcatloiifl" containing truth?,
iftei wards, without further Investigation.
denounced her ns n Iraud. Who Informed
our correspondent that tho-e persons
made noturtlier investigations? We know
that fromo of them did ; nnd that their
Investigations convinced them that .Airs.
II. obtained her knowledge of facts other
wise than through the spirits. "I.uelnda
Jane" must not assert so many things;
for, in this way, she furnMie.s proof that
ho is given to absolute knowledge, nnd
ill such people are of the prescriptive
kind, that, In tho olden times, dealt in the
faggot and tho rack.
It is said Mott did not vanish from
the city because ol our suggestions. Our
correspondent knows so much we are at
a lo to reply to her; but we .-till believe
Mott did leave Cairo lu consequence of
our suggestions, l-'videnco: He Intended
to remain longer than he did: the morn.
ing on wlileli our .suggestions were pub
lished two Snliltuallsu wullr.t
upon Motl; they proposal a
te-t stance, ami named nrom-
Inent citizens ; .Mott refused all Ihu eitl-
zens ; tlien one of tho geiilleintu pro
posed that Mott should give thy two .t
seance, the result of which would be pub
lished under their signatures if satlifae
tory and nothing bealdaboutit iftlie re
sult were unsatisfactory. To this Mott
agreed, fixing that night for the test, but
he left In the afternoon, the' Mine day on
which our feuggo;tlons to te-t the matter
by striking llk-d-oe a blow were made.
Ilutof eourc our corre-pniident I iiu
!l. II lb wild we have niisieproscntcd
Mrs. Hollls, In saying slit; was unable to
produco writing after her method hail
been exposed. The correspondent Is a
witness to provo this chnrgo against us.
She says Mrs. Hollls obtained writing In
her presence after tho exposure. We have
no doubt of this. Our correspondent be
ing a believer, not an lnve.stknitnr. Mm.
Hollls continued to impose upon her.
Hut hoar our evidence. Wo called on
Mrs. Hollls after tho let us call it "so
called exposure," kho having consented
to give us it test. Wo remained with her
nil the afternoon. In conversation she
told us she hnd not had any materlallza
ou lnec the lies had been told about her,
iter jc jpiruuai-iri, t&fchmwnclWM
t acntucra niu nrtn to pljtol!, th..t lie
resented oil Insults put upon her, nnd that
he would probably visit Cairo, "he
lightened ti, but did not obtnln any wrl
ting for in. The next ntternoonwc called
upon her nt the house of our corrcf pond
cut. There she wn among friend, who
were not gentle lu denunciation of those
who hid denounced her. At this Inter
view she told us ngnln that the nbuso she
had received had o sitfi'ctcd her that she
could have no satisfactory demonstra
tions that the vlllillcatlon she had been
compelled to submit to, had
robbed her of the mean through which
she made the spirit nianlfesl. Sugges
tions of tests site resented with anger,
talking all the time about her standing,
her trip to Europe, the great people she
had met, the great things she had done.
Her conversation was very entertaining,
but she got no writing for if. That
same evening at Mound City, In the com
pany of believer, she had much slate
wrltlug and wonderful mcterlallMtlon
manifestations. In tho brief period of nn
hour or two, her perturbed mind hntl be
come calmed Into a healthy medium Wtle
I. We me aked to "show the fraud,"
and to "Investigate." Show the fraud?
HItliculous. The-c medium piole-s to
be enabled to materialize sphiK They
hold Hip alllriuallve. It I: lor them to
prove what, they declare. They say:
"Here are sph Its." Wt; ay : "There j
are not." 'they retort: "Prove that
there are not, or believe." We know our
correspondent too well to bellow she w ill
In -1st that the Spirit ualKN should not
prove their assertions. Investigate? Our
correspondent intimate that wo have not
investigated. How does t-iie know? lias
she medlumistie or clairvovuul powers
that shegoe up nnd down wit h us, obsei v-
Ingourgolngsout and comings in ? How
does she know that all of our leisure ! not
Iven to the studv ot this gigantic nuna-
Hon V Certainly we have -eon n? much as
he. We have heatd raps, have received
communications haw seen mlrlt hands
nnd laces, have been lu the cabinet tied to
the Davenport I'.rotlier.s have seen near
ly all the phenomena all but the Katie
King rascality that we wem denounced
for not believing until poor old Owen,
weeping, acknowledged h'atle to be n
fraud and went tlnft : hut we lmvr.
yet to see anything that lead us to-be-
lieve that any supernatural power Is in the
manifestations Investigate? When we
suggested tests to Mrs. Hollls, she re-
Jeeted the suggestion with tears of Indig
nation in Her rather eoinelv eves. She.
who had met Prof.Crookes and talked to
Katie King, submit to tests lu such u
place a Cairo ! Ilauish tho thouirht !
When tests were suggested to Mott, his
wife put his shirts Into his carpet aek,
drew hi share nt the fees from Ellis, nud
took him to the train. Investigate?
Oive us the opportunity, but
until you do, do not ' preach
to us a the reformed preacher Taylor
did, and the unreforined Chase, that, we
must believe that Spiritualism turn the
in"ui nature topsy-iurvy necause tni;ii
like Crookts jay it does. We believe
what we do know, anil "'
i.m..i .o-iireu that although the evi
dence wo have that the Keely motor Is a
tact Is the strongest In the world .short
of proot, we have always said, and vet
say of It, seeing Is believing. We even
doubl the motor, although tho Familiar
of Mr. Hollis told llross through u horn
that he had examined Into It and knew it
would revohiiIonl7e the world. This testi
mony ought, certainly, to bo satisfactory
to our correspondent who believes so ear
nestly In Hollls nnd nil her tricks.
0. Jlut, says our fair correspondent :
'Do not denounce medium; ns vou have
lone and then take them for witnesses
against each other as you have hi Un
case ol Mott and Mrs. Hollls." Whv not?
Here Is Hollls, a great mediumso irieat
that to doubt her Is to oflend our eorro-
pondent and all her acquaintances. Mrs.
Hollls says that another great medium U
a pretender nnd a swindler. She de
nounced several lu our hearing. Ik-re Is
Mott, recognized as tho great materia'.,
izer of the West next to the Eddy
Urothers in power. He says Hollls Is a
fraud. If the high priests of Spiritual
ism denounce each other as swindlers
who can believe?
Ourcorrespoiidentsays: "I donotenvy
you your state of indlclsion." A quite
fair lndy correspondent would not have
said this. We me not undecided. Wc
say nnd have said : "We do not believe;"
but our correspondent, while rebuking
us for unbelief, says : "Wo would be
singularly credulous did wc not doubt."
Hero Is a lady who denounces doubt in
others, but who doubts herself. The
state of Indecision lu which such a person
Is must be pltlablo Indeed
iiAitruu.s maoazim: roit .vr-
Harper's Magazine for August 1 1 a bill
mint number. Tlie lust contribution In
the NumberMr. J.oii;;fellows poem Is
by no means the om,t Iinportfint. This
poem, occupying live pncs of tbu Mnga-
.uk, where it Is published by nrrange
inent avIIIi tbo author, was read on the
occasion of tlio fiftieth nnnivcKary of tho
1-radimtlon of tho elass of 1SJ5 in llow-
iloin college. Ainoii- the ineinbeirt of
that class, besides Mr. Longfellow, were
tlio Jtcv. Ueorge II. Cheevcr, Natlianlel
Ilnwtliorne, dolinS. C. Abbott, CougaMs
man .lolinatlian Cllley, and J. Y. IJnul
bury, ex-Senator from Midue. The I'oem
is tlio best of tlio recent productions of
Mr. Longfellow, and for dignity and ten
derness of feeling Is not surpassed by any
thing ho lias over written. Simply as an
example of publishing enterprise, the is
sue of this poem Immediately after Us
rendini; is a memorable, feature.
The Number opens with an exquisite
poem by Joaquin Miller, "Sunrise lu Ve
nice," beautifully Illustrated.
Joseph Cook's long poem, "Ticou
Ucroga ami Montcalm," with seven su
perb illustrations, commemorating the
llercc conflicts between tho French and
English, at Lake George ami Quebec, for
the mastery of this continent, is n truth
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Cdia Thaxtcr and Mm. j W fj, i'lntt
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Ml. ThaKtrN poem "9iibmllon," Is
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The Ilev. Julius H. Ward deicrlbes the
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William C. M.milng.nn offlcer of the
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and Arizona." Ill description of the
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Profcsser's Ihia'. liftli llluslrnted paper
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me ut t (i oia extortttiK uud uujumIjt dunlin.
lnatlnt? Id tl.elr buu,ei- trD-sr.tl&Di with
It recosolret ,r equality oi JI tnrii t-c.
fore the law.
It Mdvocitoi lieu eoiiiiai-i.p- urlu inr
It dtoctf resumption ol -pc i.- -my.
mont, ami honot payint-nt of the public
It advocate economy id the dinitiWt;.
lion ot publle attain.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Kiilletiti will publish Ml thi- lornincwj
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, ForeiKti and Central N'e, an-i cc
ileavor to please all taste-, ami Iritere-t ah
T II V.
Ja a thirty-two column papor, liiinihi-ti le
mibscrlheri for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
PohtB-je prepaid. It In tho cheapest paper
In tho Went, and H a pleasing rirenioe
VUItoraiid Family Companion.
Cannot fall to toe tho u: -Waled lnduco
meuta offered by The Uullctln in tho way
of cheap and iirotltablo advcrtUement.
PROHINENT AD VANTAGES
tiwnew iM mnon "stands
Grout DurabllHy with Handsome Doslgns, and Glvlrnj PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
U, 014, 010 nnd 018 N. MAIN STItEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY UY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. : An
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
"ir-i. l r r .u,' in
Great Reduction in Prices,
Prints, Bloncliod Muslins.
Table Linens. Percales,
liAHGK STOCK OP DRESS GOODS,
Jupanoso Silks. Silk Poplins,
','tS'rWbIlHaotKlii, VlctoilH I.wiiii. HwImh MuisiillfM, kii.1 I .r, , j. i
Klbbon.. ll-i.iitlii'-loil. -rill br -ol-l -it nrtu.il c .-I. nr,. i iitiiini' -'.mil i-i . i.. 1- , u
lid lronriiictlrrt.tvit l:-..Tnin ' I ritt' 1 1 V i --ll
Corner Eighth. St. and Conisnercia. Avo
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RJETAlft.b G'
DRUCKiHSTS' PANdlY GOOiJ.
TUBE I COLORS.
rtll . i.I .. I . . 'Jiwuilirifll, , ...l.l.ll
fllltd T Ith re Hb u Dniirjut iminnslili. mi,.
WHOLESALE St RETAIL.
74 Ohio I.evi.e.
P. M. STOCKFIJBTH,
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer in
ITIfiiiGis and Liqucs?
62 OHIO LEVEE - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcops a full atock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND ANP CALIFORNIA WINES.
fv A Mil IN FORM
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COLLIER WniTi' Ll-'A H
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