ii I let in.
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JOHN 8. OBKM.T, Editor.
rr. wmm VHti braxcii.
The President ami Ills family will leave
Wellington Ltcnlay for Long llrancl
where they will remain till October.
MR. BERIW'H RATION.
With certain errors corrccti-il ami
otaWiloHitdnnllwI. wo republish the era
Mon'matte bv Mr. J. H. Obcrly at Mound
mtv. Wt Hfttnnlof. on tlie occnlon of
the decoration of the Soldier' and Sail
THF. ARIKOATKM VIMT TO W.iHII.
The Ahlrjpitescnt by tlie ropo to 0011
fir on ArchbWiop 51cClo.koy the lnlg.
. nUnftlin Cnrdlnalato. called, with hi
party. Including cx-Oollector Murphy
on President Grant lmt week. The visit
was an official one, and the Ablegate con
.veyed to the President the bet wIjIim of
the rope for himself awl the country.
President Grant briefly thanked the Ab
legate for the Pope' pood llic, and
after a few moments passed hi general
conversation the visit ended. Secretary
Fish, who was also called upon, was
more communicative and xrectt to
the Ablegate hi pleasure tliat the Car
dlnaUte had Ieen desert ed by one of his
"'OWA State and city.
THE HOLYOHK UOLOCAIVT.
Tlie burning- of the French
Catholic church at Holyoke.
Massachusetts, on lat Fri
day night, was one ol the most heart
rending accident that has cwr ocenrred
hi this country. The congregation were
engaged In celebrating the fevt of Corpus
Christ!, nnd according to custom, the
church aud altar were UlumluaUtl. The
housewxs filled to repletion; the exercises
were nearly over and the congregation
were engaged hi singing a vesper -mice,
when the drapery arouail a statue of the
Virgin Mary became igaltol from n can
dle below the flames streamed up and
in an Instant the people were hi a panic.
Those nearest the front entrance escaped
and many In the body of the building
found egress through nrioor leading- from
the altar to the priest's residence in the
rear of tlie church. Hut the unfortunate
occupants of.the galleries and the center
seats, unable to escape, were siilloeated
by the heat nnd smoke ; some were
crowded and trampled upon by others
Htronger than themselves ami met death
hi a more terrible form than that which
came by tire to their companions hi inls
lortune. About eighty persons lost their
lives, and many were wounded in the
struggle to escape from the burning
building. The church was totally de
stroyed (is was also the pries -
.i.i.i.,uiiu it. Hum itiugimvi were
built of wood, were very dry and In no
condition to withstand the progress ot
PKFJilUENT WHITUH .1 I.I'.T.
Sometime ago tho JUjiulilain Si.n e
convention of l'enuylvania adojitud a
resolution tleiioiinr! the third-term
Idea. To tills rciolutlon, IVcsldcut Graut
has responded in n letter dated May 'J'J.
In this remarkable document tlie rrcsl
dent rays :
'I never sought the otlicc lor the se
cond or even a ftrst nomination ;
"But I took the ollleo the first and se
cond time, because I was made to believe
that the public good called me to make
the sacrifice ;
"I do not want the third, term more
than I did the flrst and second term-;
"But there Is no coiKtlttitlonal provis
ion prohibitory of a tlilrd-lerm ;
"And I would not accept a nomination
for re-election, utile? It should come un
der such circumstances to make It an Im
This letter U Interpreted In various
'organ, the Anfioia. Int'tlligenccr,
toys It Is satlsfactory-that the I'mldent
I not a candidate for reflection that he
cannot control his political destiny that
circumstances might arise that would
render U imperatlvtiy necessary that a
rmldent should be elected to u third
Certain olHce-holdcrs, who do -not
fieemto undergtand the President. r..
deprewed ; but tho Southern politicians
at nastiington claim that the letter will
result In his re-election. They say, that
mo emergencies alluded to In the letter
may arise, and, If they do not, the prob
able course ol the Democrats In tho next
House of CongrcM will so atlect the peo
ple at to Induce them to continue Grant
In oBlco nen preventive of trouble in
Thetcry Iiidelltiltcncss uf tho letter
makes lu meaning clear, and that mean
Ing U, that Trefldent Grant hopes to suc
ceed In obtaining the third term. True
he iay he will not accept unless tho duty
of accepting becomes Imperative. What
doea the President mean by Imperative
tJon, but he accepted u ,tcaUiy ,ie WM
made to lx-llee u,,t Ul0
lie good called on hid t0 milke
tlie lacriace because, h believed the
amy ui aecepung was imperative, win
u oc more uuncuit to conviiico lilm that
the public good calls on hhi to niako tlio
wcrlfice and accept the ot)l;c tho third
ume, wan k was to conv no! hti.i
duty refjulred him to accept it tho ilrst
urae r no uiu not want tliu jllieo the se
cond time, lie accepted bccttiso ho had
been abused. Might ho not ccuient to ac-
.ept It third time Ijccatiso Ii has been
J?- V Ca"' wc W'wtMcaU till.
teter. lUiout being impresI by the
SKt" th.at Frank I'"'-
2? ,u Gra,,t W0Uld
ttJm vcrl,lc(, 1,1,1 11 ls
?-i".wui par v w
n i .1
rrMideot invltei u,v i,i. ...
" ivwr i uo,
v VV11SC111 Willi.. 1....I....
v CU) llllf
mvixt: jchtu i:.
Wo do not know munh about divine
JuMlec, nnd will not probably roeclc tiny
definite Information on the subject until
we shall have become iinalllletl by the
loss of breath to be an angel and with tln
nngels stand; but we know in much
about the will of the Lord as our Irlenuol
tlie Onzttlc doc, and thereloro ventured,
In rcpousc to an attack he had made
upon the peculiar belief of certain divine,
to make a few suggestions to him.
Certain divines probably with rolled
up eyes and long-drawn nhs at the end
of every soiitenec, hail said:
"These hoppers.ih, have been sent
upon tnali, nntl thee llrci b.ivo atlllcted
usah, becaimi of the fallnreah of the peo
ple to recognize C'lirlt as the Savior of
To which Mr. llarrell responded :
"Tho-o divines are fool. A just God
will not punl-h the Innocent for the
shortcoming' of the guilty. The God
who would l n monster a little worse
than the ntater of the region .ild to bo
To w hleh we replied :
"Let u hv. The dhim -ays : H5l
permits the lunovent to Ik burned by
tire, their 5tilitance to lie eaUMt by gw.
hoppers. the pe-tllew to MU thorn."
The Intldel ay: "God don't do tM.
It I all done tuider tin omaatiwt f
wll-knoiv natural law s.' Kvnetly- aJ
flniv the Innocent shonhl not he pm
ihed, the I jw that pennli it rn
ishment are a monstrou a the God
w ho despotically deals out Hch itUta
ment. So your God your liws of Xa.
tare are as ruon-tron aihv Christian's
God, and therefore More yoa abuse his
God you should educate yowrown God
your Laws 0t Nature to 1 a senile Ui
vlnlty who will m to penult the hop
pt to cats the crop- of the earth, rtru to
burn the Innocent or ietHf tn kill
"Hut," says llarrell. "th.it is not the
point. 1 assort, that If there t a God
who could, beeau-e of belief or uulwlkf,
send consuming lire upon a whole city
and the plauge of grasshopper- upon a
whole State, and then smile while lie wit
nessed the agony and nil-cry of his help
less mortals, he would. If there were a
single ark of companion in his nature,
hide his face from the gar" ol his tor
Slow, now. An-wer u :
"Didn't fire fall upon Chicago i didn't
the hoppers descend upon the lield of a
whole State ?"
'Ves; but the tire fell and the grass
hoppers 'descended In compliance with
Well Understood Causes."
"Then let us go a little farther. If In
nocent people were burned by lire that
full, or the lields of Innocent people were
devoured by grashopper that descend
ed, In compliance with Well Understood
Causes', are not the Well Understood
Causes monstrous? Fin1 hurt as inucii
it ,' . u f"IJs hi compllanco with W ell
Cndorstood oAUe-u' micii u Mils by
tho direction of God; and tho Innocent
who Mifl'ur from tlm lioppers have as
much reason to -wear at the Well Under
stood Causes that lent them as nt he
God tho Christian declare? orxlvral tlwni
iv ;',ttir t?ie Juml. The inno
cent stiller every day bcautu
of tlie wickedness of tlie -Iniicrs ot th(3
world. A dinner a. violator ot the Laws
of Nature, or lu otlipr words, a dUobcycr
of tho Word of God ut lire to his own
house In a city to obtain Insurance. He
escapes hut the lire spreading bums the
property of hU neighbors and cremates
them. The laws that permitted these in
nocent neighbors to bo cremated are
just as inonst-ous as the God that would
penult such a thing. In short, whatever
Mr. llarrell says against the iustice of the
Christian's Cud who Indulges in lire,
grasshoppers, pe-Ulcnces and other af-
llictlons that carry death and di.-may to
human beings guiltless of olivine, ho says
against his own God-hls Well Under.
But, really, although the great relig
ion organ ol till part ol the State, the
UuLi.KTi.v takes nolplcaure lu such dis
cussions as this. It preters politico, sci
ence and even poetry. Divine Justice as
inanllented In tho hopper plague and the
heat of the Chicago lire Is too much for
u?, and therefore with hot haste, and the
lermlssIon of llarrcll, we here and now
hop out of the debate.
ritl'.F. MAMOMIV IX Till
The new Masonic Temple In New
York city will ho dedicated with elabo
rate ceremonies to-morrow, the second
.. r. ...... mm
" parade wil eon Ul of
iwenty-si.v (Uvi-ion, and will be the
most magnificent ill-play of men of to.
gallas, and of seml-mllltary inaiKeuvws
executed by civilians, tliat has over been
matic in any ago or eouutry. Upwards of
iwo iiiiiiurcu aim seventy-live loiles wll,
appear In the proccs-Ioii. with cUU-u
aids, marshals, bands of mu,t., aml Vl.
rlous ofllcers of the order beurin,. it
symbols. The lodges will bo f10, n,,.
Kastern, some of the Western Stnti nn.i
flic order of Masoni v. so old HimI it;.
origin 1, lost lu the ml-t, of antiquity, Is
. im-si-iii in a nourishing condition In
tlie United States. It has organized ini.rc
In every suite oi thu Union and In nil ii
territories except Arizona, Xew Mexico,
Dakota and the Indian Territory. There
rc ngiiiinouwuil six hundred and fifty
(our lodge-land four hundred aud ninotv
MX encampment In tho country and flvo
" wity-ihrcB thousand four
""rtyoiaa four h.1n.l,U,;, ten
Knights. Templars. i, u ,"
llevcd that .Masonry WiW tM
""""i "no mo l'iiiicii .sjtatcs lu 72o
uisMLiibauoii issntM iy i,o
"""vUI iiuik, uramt Master of tlio
.iu emieu iiy iJcnjamln Fi-uil.lhi, of Dc-
icmovT , 1 1 .jo, an account of i rt.u Ma.
miuij , irom i.ouuon, was publ,,cd for
the Information of people who were cu
rlous as to tho meaning, object, etc., ol
the order which appears t0 have then Just
wnii.u ..ouge oi England, to Daniel Coxo
0 .Newhngland, as Provincial Grand
MastcrofXcwVork.Xew Jersey, ,,.,d
1 cunsylvaiila. In tho PcinuvU
begun a permanent ctUtenec Iiriv, nnd
to have excited roinJiier.uile eoujcriiirc.
George Wnhlnstou wn n Mason; the.
gavel used by him when he laid the eor-1
tier toneofthccapltolnt a-mngion i
held ns ii sacrrd memento by the Potomac
Lodge of Vlriflnla. and his npnn U kept j
by the Grand' Lodge of Pennsylvania t" ,
the Temple at Philadelphia.
In tS-27. tlie excitement created by the
belief that Morgan was about to pnblMi j
the secrets of the order, his consequent
abduction by the Mason and his unccr
lain fate, nroued an antl-Masonlo spirit
which, originating In the State of Xew ,
York, -pivad to Vermont. Maryland,
Pennsylvania, Khode Island, Ohio mid ,
other State-, aud ertnusly threatened Ihe
continued exl'teniv ol Km1 Ma'onery In
the Union. "Churches wvre dloled,
business Interrupted, f.tuilllo divided i
and lodgi's were swept away." But the
polltteal ijuostlous which agitated the (
eouutry during the ywrs fhni 1SW to
l.Vi,gradillyeh!ingii setlve oppoUKn ;
Into hulllb n-mv, and IVee Masonry wvi
ivmilug the enmity of that jrht. ami
visitant antagonism of the Boman Cath
olle churvh. Iws kept wttfc the
growth of she country, awl tl tv-la
otse of Die mot iwerftl ikhi-ioIHK ,1
orsAiw'.stlons In It.
THE THIRD TERM.
XPSSSIO FKOX PRESIDE! T
UXAST OS THIS SCSJECT.
Ul Opinion r TtiKl .Miirlt-T.ll.rl-r
Csti it VrSd:gti2 cz lit Frilir
WAMi.Ni.Trtj.. H. C, Ma? , rrvI
dvnt Grant lw wrluon Uk follow ta: U t
ter to General Harry Ttl. I'rt Moit t
tl rxvent IVnnyhufci IN siUio Mat.
Kxreem e M iNiiN,WAmxwn..
May Swh. j
Dtr Sir :. ,horl "tltHC uljtlflit t'
the Prt-lilHitUl elfHlIwi iu 1.'2. tin
prcs, a iKirtitm of It hotlle t. the l!c
pultlicaii rty. and partlcttlarly o to th
admlnl-tnttUm. tartcl the cry of Ciear
Isiu and Third-'.cnn, calling on ia- to dt
lltie my po'iticMi on tltc latter subject. 1
believe It to be Unratli the dignity of th
cilice which I have bwrii X Icc'eallttl uikhi
to llll to anwer ueh a imcstlun lictoa
the rtibjoet boiUd lie prr-witc! by com
petent authority to make n nomihation.
or by a body ot'siich dignity and author
ity a" not to make a rvply a fair 5iibj-et
ot riilicul'. lu fact, I liflw Urn ur-jiri-ed
that so many M.-nlble er.-iii in ,
tlie Hepubllran party -liould in-null tlielr
enmity to force upon iliom mid their '
pally an l-iitc which
cannot aii sri:n.Noiii to tiii: iwkiy,
no matter how mot. But a bodv of Ihe
dignity and party authority of a couven-1
iioii to make nomination, tor 1110 state
oiucers ot tlie secomi .state In
the Lnion having considered this iiiics-
tlon, I deem it not improper that I
simuni ...... ,i,t. ,rn j,iaw i
ir.l'nH Crillitllt I Iwi iillliu. I.iti ii .... 1 . '
n .lirfi-. iiuiiiiimiiuue jo iMCJitl I was
caiuti irom a I in. i.-.iiHoti
iy ,ungrcs expres-iy lor me, for sup-.
no-ed services rendered to the ltepubllc.
The po-ltlon vacated I HUed. It mutt '
have been most agreeable to me to have
retained It till such time ns Congnvs
mgJit ha vi canst'lilfd In mi" ivlliviiifjit,
with the rank and aportiou of the emolu
ments which I so much needed, to a
homo whero tho balance of inv day
might bo spent In peace and tho 'enjoy
ment of domestic quiet, retired from
cares which have oppressed ine so con
stantly now tor fourteen years. But I
was made to believe tliat the public
good calkd'on mo to make the saerlllce.
WITHOUT br.KKLNO Till! OIT1CK.
for tho yccond term, the nomination was
tendered to me by an unanimous vote of
the delegates of all tho States and Terri
tories, selected by the liepubllcans of
each to represent their whole number for
tlio purpose of making a nomination. I
cannot say that I was not plca-ed at this
and at the overwhelming Indor-eiiicnt
which tills action received at tlio election
following, but it must bo remembered
that all the sacrillces, except that of com
fort, had been made in accepting thu llr-t
term. Then, too, such u lire ot personal
abuse nnd slander had been kept up lor
four years, notwithstanding the consci
entious performance of my duties to tho
best of my understanding (though I ad
mit in the light of subsequent event
many times subject to fair ciltielsm) that
an Indorsement from thu people, who
alone govern republics, was n gratillca
tion that It Is only human to have appre
ciated anil cnjoved.
.Vow, lor tho'thlrd term,
I HO NOT WANT 11
any more than 1 did the first. I would
not write or utter a word to change the
will of the people In expressing mid In
having their choice. Tho question of the
number of terms allowed to anv one Kx
ccutlve can only come up falrlv lu the
shape ot a proposition to amend the Con
btltutlou, a shape in which nil political
parties can participate, llxlng the length
and number of terms lor which any onu
person niiaii ne eugioiu lor the olllce of
i i.fiui.iu. i. urn sueii ameiiiliiiciit Is
adoi.tcd the people cannot bo rcsttietcd
lu their choice by re-olutlon, further than
they are now restricted ns to ag.-, nativ
ity, etc. it may happen lu the future his.
lory of tlio country that tochange an Kx
eculUo because hu ha, been eight years
in ollleo will prove unfortunate, If not
. ,w "k'il '""i ny man could
uieci iiimscii iTesiueiii, or nominate him-
in, is iirenosi Tons, it Is a reflect on
upon the Intelligence ami patriotism of
,i-.,uii iu suiniose Mien a tiuug possi
ble. Any nian can destroy his chance.
im mi.- uiiiee, mu no man can force
election, or even nomination.
,.. ,' T lmlVM 1 m not, nor have I
, ..iiimuaie lor reiiouiliiation
I WOL'MiNOT ACCIII'I A NOMIvnw.v
tr it t.i iMiiii....i ....i.. i.
.. .. '"""ii iiiiii-i u snoum como
iiiiuei-micii ciicuuisiauces as to inako it
H iiiu.'-ni mu limy, circumstances not
likely to arlc. 1 congiMtuhno n r.,..
vcntlon over which you presided for the
harillollV W I eh nr..vnl!,.il i,m,I i.
!,',, ,,I1d'(t Put, In the Held.
' Ith great respect,
Vour obedient wrvant,
tUfiit-'st,) U. S. G iant
io i.en. .narry hlte, President IVnu
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PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORtf, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYJB STUFFS.
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
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WHOLESALE RETAIL, fi & TR O I RETAIL & PHESCRTHTIO.-i
74 Ohio Iajvco. I w-i-"- vaihlnittotl A v., Cor. Bth St.
Importor and Wholcsalo Doalor In
aj'oruGsio-ir -ajstd domestic
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KcopH a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
SIC X 112
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
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