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J0111T It. OBERLY, Editor.
Wn rccclvfi the Putlucali paper six nt
Tiik Toild county, Kentucky, Kit-Mux.
wllhtlioeicCOiiUonoroiwmaii. Imvo all
been nrrwtMl and their trial will cj:ln In
the Circuit Court of the county next Mon
The hill otrured In the New York legis
lature nrovldln-r torn u Ho to testify lor
oraraliut her husband hi criminal cases.
has been defeated. It is gunnosed that
this suits the defendant, us Mr. Tllton
would have proved a very unreliable wit
"Ip I should ever change my mind and
leave offmy petticoat," said ''Gencvni"
In one of her eoinmunlaitlon. "I shall
send that discarded garment to Mr.
Obtrly." Wo received It yesterday by
cxprev. It Is rather hamUome and we
shall wear It with pride. If wo knew
where to soml them, wc would return
our Imi-t-iwa. "Gencvni" Is entitled to
them, for slwJU manly In her way.
TM.TO.V ,ln JII.H.N f.OVOOY,
The Christian Register tays that "the
most cruel thing In the Ilrooklyn trial, Is
the persistent attempt to blacken the rejv
utatlon of the daughter of the late Owen
Lovejoy ol lllluoU, who was at the Wln
stdtl Hotel with Theodore Tllton when a
school girl of eventccu years old," nnd
add?, "what the sufferings of this young
woman mut lie whll her character is
relentlessly quc'tloned In the presence ol
Christendom can easily lw imagined." It
Is possible MUs Lovejoy may not deserve
the reputation Heecher's counsel are en
leavoring to fasten upon her; that die
was Tllton's traveling companion while
lie was on a lecturing tour neither he nor
Ids counsel have, attempted to deny, and
the tact Is one among many that have
come to light during tlils remarkable trial,
which shows the peculiar cutoin of (lie
people wlio, n planum, deleuiiant or
wltuescs, liave any connection with It.
'i'lu'odore Tllton may Imiv thought it
n iia-mlew proceeding and Mrs. Tllton
inty have coincided with his opinion,
but Innocent or otherwUo at the time. It
has nrNon atlait in condemnation of Til
tonjof the young woman herself .and of
lils wife. Even people who live and move
and have their being alter the manner of
the Tllton and the Beeehers, who talk
about "spheres and atmojpheres"and oth
er high llowu topics, cannot expect to
traiugress with Impunity thu simple rules
which govern tlioconducl of throughly
honorable men nnd women. .Miss Love
joy was unfortunate in having been
thrown Into friendly relations with the
Tiltons and their set. The connection ev
idently blunted her moral perceptions, or
she would not have consented to bear
Mr. Tllton company, in any capacity,
on a long or short lecturing tour.
. PR msTf.V ATTACK OX Till! Pint
The Rev. Father Walker, a Catholic
priest of Saw i'ork, an Iri.-h Jesuit, re
cently transferred trom the South to that
city, on last tiuudiy preached a rather
f Urtllng sermon to his congregation hi
St. Lawrence's church. The sermon had
been previously announced to be for the
benefit of the parochial school?, but turn
ed out to be a bitter animadversion of
thoc Catholic parents who sent their
children to the public schools. Father
Walkeritenounced the sehooisas nurseries
of vice, Godless schools, and those church
men who lutroui.o them as wretched
Catholics of the pot-houe politician
stripe men u ho deceive and betray the
poor, Ignorant IrMiemlgrauts when they
arrive in this country, who make them,
when they are only a few mouths within
its borders, perjure tlienicelves to become
cltkens. The hot-headed ,Ieuit declared
such Catholics should be permitted to die
without the sacraments, of thechurch.that
he would as soon administer its rites to a
dog as to such as they, and that even the
Catholic teachers in the schools knew
nothing ubout thu vice all around them,
the contamination and villainy. "They
don't know It," said lie. "they never bee
It. Hut we priests know it. Go look at
the water closets in ooine of your public
schools and see the vile scribbling and
markings on the wall, and you will real.
Ize the vice and Infamy that prevail at
these nurseries of crime. I tell you.Catlio
Hes, you do not realize the dangers to
The prien alluded to the growth of the
Catholic church and expressed the opin
ion that If the millions of Catholic In
UmKtai- vo work together valiantly
they could accomplish an escape Iron,
taxation for the support of schools thev
aid not ueslro their children to attend,
i he sermon made a nrotimnd ii,mr.,i,..
01 those who heard it. and excited widely
dlfferen views among lho congregation
of the church as to the wlMlom of the ev.
presslon of the Kev. rm,wr,. K.lUlmPlltri
hi an imioriiti on tue mbjeet the New
exPrewt' ' conviction
that Cardinal McCloskey would be win-
to censure th. new doctrine that parents
"war cuiniren to the publl
..... ...0vawbu m-niwi r iir cwm.
menu In this life ami to be damned in the
Lately Hon. Mr. Ker-haw. of
hlto county, lntroduc.l to the
State Jloiifrc of ReprewnUtlves the fo
,3"?"!;.A,-A ,nrro number o rail
tt1'9. i "rc run
tf..l. ...1 r- .
wlm- iiuiri,.i J ;.. '"S's. courts
of afd roads, and , i wU
defeats the collection of tai . ff r
fald railroad, thee, r, Vccwu of he law
of the State in regard u T rallnwds i ,i
the collection o? clahn'owln b?
Mld railroad to citizen,, ot thU State,
Retohcd, That tho commltteon rll
rod b and they nro hereby Initrucud
to Inquire and report nt the earliest mo
ment ikhsidic. . ...
1. The names of the railroads being run
and operated by rec overs.
2. upon WII00 iippiieaiinii vu"
name uud location of tho applicant) were
such appointments and the cause tliereol
3. Uy what Judge was such orderinade
nnd the amount of taxes due front such
mllrimh and unpaid and the amount of
Indebtedness. If practicable, or said ra I
roads, to citizens of this state, and wheth
er or not such notion on the part of said
Judges does not practically nullity alt leg
islative action In regard to railroads in
Mr. Branson said that the preamble
contained some statements as to mat
ters of fact that the Homo could not
commit It sell to, and moved to strike It
out, which motion was carried.
It is true, as Mr. Branson said, the
House could not properly without Inves
tigation adopt the preamble, but that the
tacts ct up In It are susceptible of proof
no one acquainted with the affair ol the
Cairo ,t Vtnccnncs railroad can doubt,
and they are facts which should challenge
the serious attention ol the legislature.
Cnon the implication of Messrs. Wins-
low and Wilson, Judge Treat appointed
receivers for thu Cairo & Vlncennes rail
road comnanv, and Mesr. Morrill unit
S.iflbnl, the receivers, took possession of
the road. The olllecM of the com
nnnv and the European bondholders
ii-inL'ivntlv scandalized hy thU action,
uml nude serious charges against (lie In
tegrity of the Judge. They not only de
nounced him, but also Muxrs. Winslow
and Wilson In very bitter terms.
But lately a change has come over the
parlies hi this cae. and the ro.td Is being
run to their mutual satisfaction, whiiu
the receivers are in possession the small
creditors ofthe company the men who
have worked for the company, fed Its em
ployes, fiiruMied It with supplier etc.,
cannot touch nny of the property of the
company. In this way citizens of Illinois,
claiming probably $150,000 from tin-company,
are kicked out ol court In the In
terest ofthe company, the bondholders
and Messrs. Wlnslow and Wilson. These
parties under.-tund their advantage,
and are not now desirous to
have the receivers removed. If the re
ceivers were removed, the creditors ot
the company could levy upon the rolling
stock, and so the court innocent Judge
Treat, who would not wink nta combina
tion between Morgan and Wlnslow &
Wilson, proposes to permit the receiver
to pura mortgage on the rolling stock of
the -company for money to pay ta.e;
and Instead of making the receivers pay
the honest debts of the company out of
the earning of the road, orders them to
expend such earnings In building an In
clined plane nt Cairo. &c.
When a debtor of the company seek n
remedy at law, he is snubbed arrested
for contempt and abu'ed. In short Mor
gan and Wlnlow & Wilson have mat
ters all their own way.
We do not believe Judec3 Treat nnd
Drummond are parties to any conspiracy
to defeat thu small creditors of the Cairo
& Incennes railroad company, lint we
do know that these creditors are suffering
great injury nnd hid likely to be cheated
and that they could not be cheated if the
L'nlted States court did not stand between
the property of the company and the
State courts; that they could not be
cheated If but we might stumble into
contempt if we should say what we s.re
tempted to say on this subject.
The resolution of Mr. Ken-haw, It
acted upon . will open a rich mine and
convince the. people that the next refor
matory movement they must make Is to
wards curbing the power ol the United
States courts. These courts have no re
gard for the State court, and behind
them corporations like the C. & V. I!, it.
Co., and capitalists like Morgan ol Lon
don, are protected against the just de
mands of citizens of the several States.
MAYOR OF CHARLESTON, MIS
Si Horn Out lij
Hirer. mi .ViMen-
He is Fut Into
Irons and Taken to Cape Ol
rardcau. Cirenl Irltenieiil ill Clini-lestoii.
About eight week ago n man by the
name of John Lake located at (.'harlciton.
.Missouri, twelve mile from this cilv.and
;ave out that he was a lawver. lie be
gan the practice of his proli-s-lon, and
appeared in several cases as an attorney.
tin the 9th ol' the current mouth, a bail
character, known in Rlehard-on alim
Logsden, win arrested at Charleston for
in Infringement of a city ordinance, and
lined. He was. committed to the ealaboo-e
on default of payment ol Hue and costs.
Hhlle Riehard-ou win In nrlsim. Mr.
Lake demandcrl tho custody of his per-
son from the .Mayor, stating that he was
a United States olllcer mid had a war
rant for the arrest of Richardson on a
charge of counterfeiting. The Mayor.
Col. I). A. IMons, requested .Mr. Lako to
exhibit Ids warrant, whleli that gentle
man ir he m a gentleman refu-ed to do.
Mayor F.diMis therefore refused to give
Ulehard-oii into Lake's enstodv.
um urn inst., Richardson's term of
ii prisonincnt having expired he was dls.
charged from tho calaboose, whereupon
Lake attempted to arret him. ih..i,.
ard.on demanded by what ntitnorltv
Lake proposed to arrest him. Thoteplv
of Lake was that his authoilty was suf.
lleh.nl I..., l... .
- 'mu it'iuiiiiiiiriiv reiused to
now iim warrant. When m h.l.J i.u
Iiaud upon Uicliard.on, alter refusing to
exhibit his wan ant, ho was knocked
uown ny mat person, and in the light
that ciiMted he was hit by a cane en 7ho
head. This dllllculty occurred at the
poitolllce, and an excited crowd coon
uuiigrcgiiicu 10 iook on and enjoy the
row . .Mayor Ulcus was one of tho crowd,
uuu njverai other city olllcers. A Mr.
Hatehett, who was present, said to f.mL-i.
"hand this man over to the L'ulted States
Marshall, Mr. Pruett," who wnb present
"and nil thli Ulfllculty will b vudwl."
Whereupon Mr. Pruott arrested Richard-soni
At about this time, the Deputy City
Marshall, Hubert Blddte, arrested ii.o
on a charge of lighting, an offense against
the ordinances of peace-loving onanes-
ton. Ho was released upon promise 10
appear and answer.
The next day, I"
lug, Lake with two persons
who stay nrouud Charleston, arrested
.Mayor Edeiu on u warrant Issued by
United SUtcs Commissioner, A. H.
Donahue, at Cape Girardeau, on a
chargo of assaulting Lako with u cane
while hi thu discharge of his duty. May
or Edens submitted to the arrest without
protest and started from his houso with
Lako and his assistants'. When they had
proceeded a few yards. Iiko suddenly
drew hand cull's from his pocket, and
with the aid of his assistants put them on
Mnyor Eden1., and In this way marched
him throuzh Charleston towarJslhe Jail.
The citizens, at this spectacle, became ex
cited, but the discreet among them pre
vented any demonstration.
Thus manacled. .Mayor Edens was taken
to Cape Girardeau before Coniinlsloner
Donahue, and Lako offered hi evidence.
When the defense proposed to oiler evi
dence. Commldoner Donahue refused to
listen to It. He mid there was nothing
In the charge; that It va frivolous; that
he would not permit hi court to be ma le
n Star Chamber, and that Mayor Edens,
without u word ofevlleiice on his part
wax vindicated, and would return to his
home without u stain on ids reputation
as a man or public o Ulcer.
Lake, the InstlgJtor of the troubles
that have kept Charleston In n ferment of
dangerous exeitcmeui that wauld have
re-ulted in a riot and bloodshed If it had
not been lor the coolms nnd discretion
of Mayor Eden. .Messrs. Hatehett, Dan-
forthand others. Is an adventurer. Some
time ago he appeared at Vienna. John
son eoiintv, this .state, aim snoweti n
eominls.lon as a Deputy United States
Marshal of Iowa. He then visited I'd-
Iakl county where he got Into difficulty
about u woman, and left with liable.
Since then he has been at Charleston
where his longer continuance may sub
ject him to Inconveniences. If he bus
not already emigrated, he will be ar
rested. It is a shame that the United State per
mits men of this kind, pretending to be
:oiiiieeted with the secret Mirvleu to enter
coinmunltles and create disturbances of
this kind ; but, then, the Radicals have a
peculiar way of doing thing-., and men
ol the 1-aKo Kind, without cliarac er, arc
the best and nio-t appropriate Instru
meats that party could use to do Its ty
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Exchnngo, Coin and United States
xionas Jjougnt and bout.
DKPOMTS m-elvcil nnd u Ketu-ial IwnkliiK
CHARTERED MARCH '21, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. It. SAKKOIIO. fiv
H.M TAYI.OIt, Vlcel'iwliient.
W lIVsl.Ul', Sm-c'v hiiiI 'Iimmircr.
IlAnri.AV, (,'iias fiAMnurn,
Srill KH.KTII, I'AI'Lli Mlll-ll,
(JL'.NMMIIIAM. II I, llAt.l.llMY,
J. M. rilll.LU-rt.
I'NTKItr.ST kiIi on i!r-ll.s nt t'ic mlr of nix
.i-ci-rent ix-runiiuiii. M irrh l-Niiul -mil Mi-
ln-r l-t Intcie! mil wllliilniu n m nd-lid Inline.
dluli ly to the irliiclml of Hie i.-Hit, iheieby
Kit inir inein Ciiniiuitinii iuiciihi
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONKY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Oiien fieiT luilneibiy fromlM m. to 3 Ii m.
mid -uliinl.ij- eieiiln i lor ml lnt; d iioU nid
lioin U toMi'clm-k.
W. HYSX.OP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commercial Av. and Eighth St.,
U open from 0 a.m. loin m for the traiunct-
lon of regular ll.uikliiK uiuIiii-m. Aim uu -ut-niday
eieiilni; Iroin li loso'clik fur tin- a troll !
niu-latloii ot ?iivhi-t deH,sllorii.
Exchnncro Douzht and Sold on tho Prin
cipal Clttus lu tho United Suits.
r3KorrlKii Exchange drawn on Knslatel,
Inland, l'mnce, and all tlie ininriiiul cilie in
(iernmny, .-witeiland, llelviiuii Holland, Una
Hla, Deimmrk, Italy mid otln-r torelirn nation
O-Colftction made In nny put of Europe by !
until or power oi uuoinrj
tniiclcn In Eiirox-
Gold, Silvor, United Stntcn nnd
otucriiouus uougnt ana boiu.
oa lies D::::;1,:
IN THE SAVINGS DEPART5IJ3NT.
P C. CANED Y. Prnaid-nt.
HENRY WELLS, Vlcu President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Caahler
T J. K-EJITil, Amlatunt Cashlor.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal bv tho cnr-lond.
ton, or in hogshondH, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
JSEfTo larKO conBumors and nil
manufacturers, wo nro nrennred
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or your, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ry-IInlliday Itro 'h office, No 70 Ohio Levee.
j-llull!duy llro ' wharlboat.
-V-AI .ir nllaii Mllla. or
3" At the Coal Donio, foot of Thlrty-Klght
ICJ-I'oiit OlUco Drawer. 300.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
hand nt lto
-r-T- l?rT ..nil.nllv nn
J.X 'CommeroUl avenue, oppobllo
Order nromptly ruled
Coal and wood di
elliercd IVfO of charm.
Termi urictlv clinh 317-I0.0m5
Soipl, ewktrt,, wttb l-rli L.UI. mUwl l-r ttlly ccow.l
FJ.niil r.Uo,l4 wlOiaiil birffc T Stwrl
-H h" chlY UM I All
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
Ti:r'i.itr rrr-j,rvlrn.- -nmlor-ler fi-m l
V f t,, , . ,.,1 hoe mi I II i' :
Illli'l Willi leiuhle llntK-iut inw-iuablu r..
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. f! ATRf)
74 Ohio Luvpo. '
f fh. Ware
L O.t.UOR.STATC 8c MONhUCOIS
Should be sold by the llardwar
Goods Trade every-
Y. 1: crnr: et:;7 c::: cr ;r.t n:znz m vuzir.
Wo linvo roplcnishcl our Job Printing Office with
many fonts of new typo and lmvo orders out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. W'n nro determined
to establish the reputation of our offi ;e for first-class
work, aud make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foveign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wc do work at lower prices than nny other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Obcrly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printors West nnd South, lias
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing do
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
many patrons. tt
S'OrBSCHlBB FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
. a AiVlL.jt.RS OF
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
- ni ' -M I'livlrfim nnd llenewl Stor In w u
!!!. i 1'. limy .Mi-lirine Cp nimMieit or
DETAIL & PRESCRTiTIO
Can Opener Oi