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JOXX X, OUUT, Editor.
t Since the editorial excursion to "the
Und of tho hopper," we have recti vol
nome thirty thonsnnd newspapers, rach
containing an account of the trip, We
hare read none of them, and wouldn't
for thirty thousand dollars cash. Hut we
live In hope. This excursion like the
Bcecher trial ,wUI.j1b out In time.
ANOTHER VAMMMK 7 VRSTIO.
A Mattoon irentleman announce that
he haj a valuable Invention hy which all
the smoke and gas contained In coal used
for fuel can be consumed, except n few
gases which arc tndamahle. If the Keel y
motor U not nil "vapor," this discovery
will amount to nothing. If tho motor is
all vapor, tho Mattoon man is confident
there are millions In hi Invention. It can
be applied to railroad locouiotl ve ntnl will
consume the smoke nnd nnvst the .'parks
which make railroad traveling an expe
rience to bo dreaded. It paves, about one-
half the fuel now ued In manufacturing
power of steam, "and tho contrivance to
acquire such n result Is simple In the cx
tremc," says the dUcourscr, who 15 open
to proposals from any one who ha
money to mVest to carry the Invention
Into practical imp.
was it a ma nnir.vK r
The Carbondalo Observer complains
that there was any quantity ol drunken
npai nt Mnrnhrsboro on the fllli. "Our
informants atllrm,"' says tho Obnerver.
"that not less than tw o hundred patriots
were so full ot the love of country, lieer
and wlil-ky, as not to be able to leave the
scene of the good old-fu.-hloucd
celebration till the next day,
while wo have abundant proof that
a tcry large number ot lhoe who did
leave for their homes tho 5.1111c night did
to by tho aid of friend." The Parson
is mistaken. Wc know something
about drunkenness. We have ob
served it so much wo have become an
excellent judge of tho article. Intact,
long ago, wo were there ourselves.
Therefore we .'peak as an expert, and wc
afllrm that wc never saw as little
drunkenness at any other as great a
Fourth of July celebration. O'tlio xour
hundred Cairolles present, on the return
wc saw but two or three under the In
fluence of liquor. In short, Hie Murphys
boro celebration was a sober one, a very
sober one, and the Parson need not make
temperance mouths at It.
FRF.n.noi-fli.iN to 'rut: coi.oiikd
Fred. Douglas In his Fourth of July
oration on the Fifth, near Washington
City, said some hard hut sonic very true
things about tho Radical friends of the
black man. He said the negro Is tired ol
the pretended friendship of tliee men.
That they are lawyers without client?,
broken down ministers without churches,
wandering teachers without schools,
great beggars who misrepresent the eol
ored people, and who, when they man
ugetoget a hundred dollars for them,
keep nlnety-ulne mid nivc to thu negro
one. He spoke of the Frcednien's bank,
how hts race had been robbed by U, and
urged them when they wanted to build
churches and state banks and establish
papers not to at the white people lor
help, but to be independent and do these
things themselves. Suldhv: "He now AA
an atlecttonare farewell to all plunderers,
and fwc need a Moses, we will find him
in our own tribes."
Good, sound advice good for the col
ored people, if they heed It, but had for
the Radical party, who have plucked the
colored gooe bare ; the goose has been a
long time finding it out.
A M INTAKE.
They arc at it again. In the Chron
icle of May 14. 1S70. wc published the in
formation that the Paris nnd D.in
v e Railroad was completed to llut.-on-vllle,
in Crawford county; would be cx-
wnacu to Lawrenccvlllo, on tho O. &
ai. ii. u.. during the summer, and llnalh
10 ait. Carmcl, on the C. & V. It It.; nnd
mai mis would "give another through
route from Cairo to Chicago."
Alter WllHme n:irlv tun Iiiiuillic 11...
Cairo Bulletin WwifW ropublWied the
nformat on. ami tho State hnUtcr copied
it from the Bulletin. Don't bo backward,
gentlemen, as wo natd iu.r,,- m
2iter.ffi"?" fflPj; our "V8 linmedi-
...M.uut vitiu uian 10 nave your
radere waltBO long lor H.-ifrmburg
inc tirwitefe u simply inUtaken. Wc
never saw In Its columns tho railroad in
formation referred to. We gathered our
news published last week, concern
ing me completion of tho Paris
Danville railroad to Kobcrhon
la Crawford county, from the letter of
correspondent of tho Chfeairo 7W4,.
and which letter appeared In that paper
vwu aaya ociore me item appeared In
ours. The P. & D. It. 11. may havo been
completed lo Hutsonvllle, In Crawford
county two months ago It was not com
pleted to Robertson till within the last two
weeks, and of course, the assertion that
It was, could not have appeared in the
BuLum two months ago.
, W0ME AN MPIRITVAMMTN.
One of the roost striking peculiarities
of Modern bpirituulisui is the strong hold
It b upon the minds of a host of wo-
men. Its most ardent advocates ore wo
men, and very many of them arc priest
essei of the new tilth. These however
arc not to bo a much commended n. the
mast of female believers In this mystery
The fact is, too inauy. pftho female me
dlums are cold, calculating, mouey-muk
Inf OMnturcs; butaonr thu lay !o
m". xmrtn In Spiritualism, (vo-thIrds of
f, 'Awhora wo httVC 110 Uou,,t aro women, aro
W VMM or uie wost virtuous, kind, hearted
' VvjijfaWid noMe women In the world.
IiMlted.thU , belief appeals with
to I no hearts
sbiew widows, mothers.
P TMafctoJT, yti) yoien, Uhmbccn truth
1 Itekf Hid,li Mi mode of reeling
m VMM belief rather as a source of
MMMlalita Mmw m a InlthAil expression
pftr.ow.lUF of things, Therefore tfifl
daughter who lint lost patent", the stetor
who has lost sister or brother, Hia
mother who ha lost children, tho matron
who has loot her husband, being fh! that
she may .-communicate with Hie spirit
tho wish to the belief but 0110 step. To
these a whipcr tho darkness U the
voire of the loved lost one; raps upon
a fable an"anlfctatlon of the departed;
a makrthp faeo of 11 Juggling medium,
nt n bole In the cabinet or a darkened
seance room, In which funeral songs are
ung In horrible manner, are the
features of those gone beyond.
They believe, and their belief Is n source
of consolation. They become rooted In
belief nnd seek no more after truth.
They arc thereafter defenders not Investi
gators ; nnd whatever they may profess
no logic will reach them. They know
becaue they know. The Hparlnn moth
er nnd tho mother of the Gracchi, not
permitting any sign of grid to betray
their love, saw their children sacrificed
upon the altar ol their country : but who
that knows anything ot woman eharac
tor doubts that thee noblo matrons did
hi solitude give their lamentations to the
air and loudly believed their lot loved
ones spoko to thorn In the breeze and
visited them In the llent wateho f tho
Allectlon that is tender Is the mother of
Miperstltlon, mid such allecllou pervade
thu heart of woman. It people. the hours
of tho night with the forms of loved one
dead and nuikcs the air vmvil ulih tl
music of jior vf.en. .Vn wonder there
fore that .Modem Spiritualism, that pro
fesses to bring the living and the dead
face to lace and enable them to speak to
eaeh other, to etap each other". hand,
to give to each other the kls of nllectiou,
appeals with particular force to woman ;
and no wonder either, In view of her
emotional character, which makes her
run alter beliefs that console her toiias
by truth to become enamored of what she
call "Me truth, or opinion "die. ha re
ceived from others, nnd hate vehemently
those who ill Her from thein" no wonder
that she so often becomes the loud and
fltnost turbulent defender of silly mani
festation, calling them great and alto
gether satisfactory; but it is 11 wonder
that any one believes thoe Marvs of tho
new religion can be converted from their
folly. One might us well go lo poor old
Owen, wonian-heartcil man that ho was
In his cane hour., and it ilo ho rove
anoiit spirits iiim gous, endeavor lo argue
htm back to sanity.
MHS. 1IO I.MS AMI XXX.
"XXX,"a correspondent whose eaid
we publNh this nioinlug, says that she
was present at our Interview with Mrs.
IIollls on the afternoon of Saturday,
October Hist 1871, and heard that
lady tell us that the so-called ex
posure ot her tricks hail made her so
nervous she had been unable to have any
satisfactory manifestations; but, adds
our correspondent, "when you say that
that same evening, a few hours after you
had spent the alternoon with her, and
she had told you she could do nothing.
she went to Mound City and gave great
satisfaction to tho believers there, you
are wrong. She did not go to .Mound
City till the evening of November 1st,
twenty-four hours after your interview
with her ; and before she did go she gave
wtliteu communications in prescuco of
'en rational, sensible, persons." This
correspondent U a lady, and we were not
therefore surprised to Hud a postscript to
her communication, morUod "VrWiue,"
Wrti was the following: "What did
on tell such a whopper for? Von inut
have the poorest niemorv!''
Lot ti test tho question of meinorv.
On Friday Oct. IlOth, wo called on Mrs.
IIollls nt the residence of Mr. Woodward.
he having agreed to give 113 a "writing
test." We remained nearly all alternoon,
during which time she held a slate under
a table with persistent InduHry. She
got nothing, and told us tho abuse she
had received was tho cause ; but, she ad-
ueu, "lo-niorrow evening 1 11111 going to
Jlouud City on the risk. Mr. Shlppen
ol that place will call for moat the resi
dence of . If von Will (-ill tlu rn
in tho afternoon at 1 or J o'clock, I will
try to get you something before I leave
On Saturday afternoon, October :11st,
we called at the reddeneu of , and
were received by Mm. II., who again In-
dustrlnudy held a slato under a tablo for
several hours with no result. Durhi" our
1111 iijjuu .urs. 11., uiuapiruuni lecturers.
....11... t. it .1. .
Chu'e and Taylor, and Mr. Shlppen, call
ed, the lecturers to pay their respects and
Mr. hhlppen to accompany the lady to
MoundClty. That evening slm went with
.nr. s. 10 .nounu uity 011 thu steamer
Flsk, within an hour or so after wo left
her at tho residence of .
e nave clear evidence of this; but
mi nf.n.I..n...l....l ...II,
umi yji ii'iiuiiuuiji. win Know wo aro
ngnr, 11 .-no win only rolloct for si 1110
mcnt. Mvs.fi.'dld not iro to Afninu? rifv
1... .1 . - -"j
) um uijroii rnim. sno went eUlier lv
river or railroad. Wo were with her on
tho '.list of October. ThUsXXX mlmlts.
I lie .list wax Saturday. If shu remained
in uairo iwcnty-iour hours inter our in
tervlow with her, shu remained until Sun
day evening, Nov. 1st. On Humlnveveii
if , , . j,u"u."
.uouim uny ny Uie Msu, iieemise the
j. ibik iimhcs no inp on that. ilav. She
could not have ouc by thoC. & V. li. It.
occauso no train is run to
Mound City on that road .Sunday
.. r. .... .....
iiueriiuuii. j no iriitn is sho went to
Mound City on Saturday evening, n short
time after telling us her mind was so torn
up by nhuso the spirits could not bo in
duced to cotnmunleati) throiii'h her.
iiiaisamciiiKiit. a lew hours after the
inlnd-torn excuse was ollered to us, she
showed to believers materlall.ed spirits
nnd got nil tho writing shu wanted. Our
correspouueni s circle, attended by ten
sensible persons, at which Ma-onle' tests
obtained from a Morgan book were given,
must nnve ueen Held at another time.
But maybe her memory Is poor !
3T"XX Amber nnd White rag stock
envelopes atthoUuu.KTiN olllcc, printed.
CI ,A 1 A. tn .
iki ami 5si w jicr .'I.
AOVT 9fN. l0,Lia.
.Mn, QBcnt.Y Jn your reply "to T.iii
ndaJono'' you say that Mrs. Ifolllagrtvo
no ftirthor demonstrations after I ho t'ox.
poso" that she told you sho did not,
nil the reason why.
Now, I, acting n your "guardian spirit"
during your Interview with Mrs. IIollls,
on tho nftonioon of October tho .Mist,
1S7-4, know that sho did tell you this,
then, and that In till you are right.
lint, when you go on to say that, that
same evening, n few hours after you hail
pent the afternoon with her, nnd she
had told you Mie could do nothing, .she
went to Mound City, mid gave great sat
isfaction to the believers there, you are
wrong. She did not go to Mound City
till the evening of November 1st, twenty
four hours after your Interview with her ;
and, before she did go, gave written com
munications In the presence of Itu
rational, sensible person. Some of
thee communications wero not particu
larly satisfactory to tho ladles present,
for limy were .Masonic tests ; but did
seem to be particularly satisfactory to
the gentlemen at least to sotin- of them,
who were members of thu order.
In this 1 know "Luclnda Jano" 1
right : and believing you incapable of
wilfully reprc'cntlng "Mary at her Sav
iour's tomb" a a fal-lllcr, when she Is (a
she should be, In such a position) the soul
of honor, I give you this opportunity to
clear your skirts ot such an Inference, by
making the amend? honorable.
ii.i.i.M'I.h I'n.sr oi'J-i:i:s,
The following I a II -t of llllnol pot
olllces established and illeonl!nun! and
that havo had their names changed, with
in tho past few weeks by thuitcpai'lunmt:
Ilabyloii, Fulton county; Itlack Dale,
Cook county ; llrad-diaw, Union county;
ItniMi'ls, Calhoun county: t'onant.,
Perry county; Crittenden, Franklin
county ; l'oter Pond, .Monroe county
Fiilker-on. Cumberland county; (I'll-
burg, Jackson county ; Olenwood, Cook
county; (Ir.iut Park, Ivinkakec county;
Ilclnrlchtown, St. Clair county ; lioo-lcr
Prairie, Clay county; hallonille, Adam
county; Long Creek, Macon county;
Mill Creek, Union county; National
Stock Vanl, St. Clair county ; Nettle
Creek, Grundy county; New Hanover,
.Monroe county ; Ncwniansville, .ass
county; Poniana, Jackson county; Rad
ford, Christian county; Hardin, Coles
county ; Raymond, Montgomery county ;
Hosedale, Jersey county; Somerset, Sa
line county ; Walnut Prairie, Cook coun
ty : Woodford, Woodford county.
Rarritt, Winnebago county; Corrle-
vllle, Wabash county ; Derluda, Jo Da
viess county ; Farmingdale, Sangamon
county; ! leldon, Jerey county ; Four-
Mile Prairie, Perry county ; Galiiin, Per
ry county ; Holland, Fllliigliain county :
Laugdon, Peoria county ; Lein., Kane
county ; Middlesworth, Shelby county;
Mllroy, ICnox county; Sarahvlllc, Wil
NAM US CIIAXC.IMI.
Rrownsvllle, Perry count', to Conant;
Lulu, Montgomery county, to Raymond;
News, Calhoun county, to Rru.els ; Pey
tous, Adams county, to Kallcrvillc;
Stock yards, to National stock yards;
Vclloivhead, Kankakee county, to Grant
Sit.akinii of the trustees of the South
em Insane Asylum, the Anna corres
pondent of the Jonoboro Oazettc says:
"f5ov. llevorlduu has ro-uppoliitcd Amos
Clark of Central!:!, Marlon county, 'J.
Khkpatriek of Anna, Union county. I.
C. lloyle of Sparta, Randolph county,
trustees of the Insane Asylum at
Anna. These gentlemen have been
trustee since tho Institution opened,
and we have no doubt will continue to
manage Its nll'airs in a creditable man
ner." Mii. hi r.ciir.u lias no doct-ioii ro u-
nlru to tin) nre.MuVnoy of tho I ' tilted
States. The coiiirctritlon of Plymouth
church have rnisuil his ealnry to a linn-
ureil thousmul dollars u year, twice
much a thu president, get. anil a for
notoriety, the Chlel MnNtrntc of the
United States Is nowhere beside the Mx-
tv-tvo year old hoy ot riyinontli
The Peoria Democrat sayrf thu Now
York Sun Is u Kcnnblican nain r. This will
he news tojthe Sun that N in open hostility
to the nihnlnlsti-ation anil ilenoinieo the
Hennlillean party as n Uen of thieves.
The S'in has really been I ho most ell'ee-
live Instrument we of the Opposition
have hail in brcakim: the power of the
Sr.rnnrAiiY ltutsrow, under the net
of .Inly 18, 1871, providing lor the re
sumption of rpcclu paymentf, has dis
posed of ten million dollars1 worth of
live per cent bonds and with tho proceeds
has pureha'cd nine million dollars in sll
vw for the purpoeu of retiring the I'raC'
I'llU I'iucUenyvlll Independent lsuuood
weekly pupcr, anil as liandsoinu lu up
pcaraneo as any that comes to our table.
Hut tlio editor Is ylven too niueh to pun
ning, in lour columns ot "local jotthiL's'
lu the last ltsne, twi'iity-four items eon-
milieu piaj s upuil worm, KOIIIC 0 tlieill
far fetehed-a couple ol miles at least
i.neri oi iiu- llrvlrurlluu or TImiIu i-
IVhglnla City KnUniriiu.
i ne Mriiipmg oi i mi innunininsoi their
.....i i . ... .i . .
umuer win oon very seriously alleet thu
sumuier supplies of water "in all tho
streams In this Statu fed from tho .Sierra
.iviuu i iiiimiiiiuiiH. m'priven oi siieiter
mm U ft melt" rSll 7 V ?' thU
siuiimiis win inelt lap Idly, und heavy
..vwv,.-, , uiu ffnin nun waier
famines In the summer and nnhinin
will Do thn result. In vlw .r nu
change thu lleno Crescent suggests that
reservoirs be constructed near the sources
ol thu Ti uel.cc for thu retention of large
bodies ol water. The water thus held in
the mountains could bo gradually liber
ated during the summer, to thu great
benellt ol tho fanners hi tho lower val
leys of that stream. As tho Truckeo Is
led mainly Irom l.nke Tahoe, the neces
sity ol constructing reservoirs among Its
minor sources of supply u not
very apparent. especially since
It," probable, that no attempt
will Iw made to divert the waters of the
lnlie. or any portion of them, Into CaU
forma 1 hut tho uggetlou la worth con
slderlug by tho lumbermen, mlll-owuors
nnd firmer mlng tho water o tho Car
son. Without some such provision It will
bo but a few years before them will not
be water enough in the Carson In August
nnd September to float a cla
board. H'o believe, however, Hint
the reservoir quest ion has been considered
In connection with the Carton, nnd that
locations for a number of mammoth res
ervoirs have been selected.
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