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W. L. BRISTOL,
R. W. MILLER,
omct, au.Utl. Xlu.lld.ln.ir, C5raa.r Wwstlftli. Street em.d "W In. p-.ori A.vinu.
A ml dealer In
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1875.
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
Kcops everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo ana Fancy Gro
2orioH, Woodonwaro, Vcgotnblos,
Fruits, Sic, 810.
My Now Stylo Mixed
T S w&i .
Different Combination From nny
Before Ottered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
1 IDU hi (lilt Ma,
Svroot a. d Ulch
Central Hop Yeast
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whote'ale ami I1''''1" I''"1' 'a
Foroign aud Domestic
vaxi:s or am liixns.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSiH' SMYTH A CO hate constantly
a law utoi'k of the Ut kooI In Hie mar
ket, ami KUrMiKtlat nttenUon tolhe H hoWli
ranch of Hip litulneas.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOE.VTS AMERICAN rOWDKJl CO.
57 Ohio Lovoe.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in nogsncaas, ior suipmeni
orompiiv utionuuu iu.
&To largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rtMUllliWy Pro 'a olllce, No "0 Ohio Levee,
fcf-iuiriday lira's wharf boat.
it-M tiie Coal Uiuup, foot of ThIrty-ElKht
Crost Office Drawer. 300.
No. 1G OHIO LEVEE.
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O filling onIr
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Tho Best 1 nlwnys tho Cheapcit?
hi c'a i'llfll l
A DOOMED MAN.
THOMAS J. M'OEOOHEOAN SENTENCED
BY A MYSTERIOUS TRIBUNAL TO
In n 1'i'rr.v-
Treaton to Ireland His Offence Will
District Attorney Save Him.
Tho stldtniz top la without seams or
hlneos, and ennnot get out or oraor.
Tho measuring Pump Is the cosiest,
fastest, nnd ONLY PATENT pump used
In n Kalvnnlzed Iron tank. Prices reduced.
Bend for Cntaloguo.
WILSON tL EVENDEN,
I'.Hnt.tl n I M.mifvturtn, 41 i 4) Wnl U'. M.. Ctic.-
For Snlo ul Manufacturers' prices by
S J1UOTHKU8, N. Y.
SIXTII STREET, Bptwoo OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures ItU own Horsa Bhoea and
can Auaui-o Good Work.
Wiintlnt-'Krliool i'iiriilliiror buiiiii le eli.nil.l wrllo 1(1 my CDIHltl'Vlllfll to lllll
J.K.IIAKr.lUNnjUy B).m(. f.f tile llU'H lllbl tO
Nr Vmk lUr.ilil.)
Till U tho nx of "ii"atlon. About
olio yrar a'o mi rniinl.iitloii wn lorined
In this city of n (.oiiiinimlitlc natiin; by a
man naiiicd Kntlicr MuNuinuru, who ball
at omi; tlmo been n !.:izarlt pflet, anil
who had nNo olllcintcd w :i clcru'Viii in
of his own pcmiafcloii in I'iiIl-IIi. Xorlli
Carolina. It h said that, owiii" to i-oine
Irrvjiularitii"!. tliu bi-liop of tin' dioerse
in which Father .Mc.N'ainar.i prwichcd l
Inici'il liini, (Ifprivin-r the clergyman of
luct on?, or. in u wns .siyicii hi me
latter ball of thu tl'-hlci'iitli century, (he
bishoii hnd "iinliocUed" him. .liucu
then I'utlar McNaniar.i lias devoted his
attention chitlly to orjjanl.iii ruvolu-
tloiH In the cau-v ol inu l ameiiioofi 01
Nations and tho Ilrotheihood of .Man.
l lii1 ex-roverund 't'litlcinan wi-ar- a ioii
sack overcoat with a velvet collar; uU
vcllow hair han-f down on hN honl-
denf, hit l.u'f M alwavh (icon shaven and
his pri'si'iicr I a ui.irKcii onu wnciicvcr
liuappenr iu any ol' the .Mrccls of tho
'1'ho oriraiiiation formed by Father
McXainai a wa- called thcrtacrcd Order of
L'nited Ir linen Hedlvivl, aud Had a
number of lodges ecattereil throughout
New York city wuiiicariui myotic imu.
It was the design ot Father .McNamara
loievivt the or'ani.atioii at one timu
known as the Order ol I'lillcil IrMiuieu,
nnd whliii had corrc-pondeiico with the
rencli revolutloiii-ts ol J.u.i. A iiuni
r of carue.-t, fervent and enthu-iatle
voting IrMiincii. not at all dctencd b
the iiro-nectils ot the a-oclatlon. which
declared that Ireland could only be freed
by a weekly Mih-crlptlou 01 twenty-live
cent', per man, joined th "sacred Keill-
ivi anil liaiu m uieir uucs n ikcihiu
them. F. ich windidate wa- sworn a-cretly
hi- hand cro-eil over a balu of blood
ind with a lanre (.harp-bladed axe de
pending from the celling directly over
his head. It was a fearlul s:ene that
some of the ftimlidates witne-ed. and
three or four became Huht-headed Im
mediately alter the terribie and ghostly
hiauL'iira'l cereiiiouie-. Ilx-Father .Me-
N'amiir.1 declared that even II the rope
mil KaUer ilhehn oppo-ed tno move
ment, he alone would tree lreiunu. i lie
or-'auizatlon inciea.ed rapidly until at
one time tiiu i.eiuvivi numoeieu
about 1M) inunbers in thU eity.
all of whom were iwyhitf subseriber-.
One of the cbiet ami mo-t deadly con
spirators was a vender ol unman Hair,
Willi IS proprietor oi u More in v;vn.u
ureet. J bl man po'-eii-ome money,
ind It I- said that he hail negotiated tor a
rbtir steam til'' to proceed to Ireland
with twentv iniiiie inuskets. calibre 157,
when Father MeXamara stopped hs pio
cicdiiifrs. I here was al-o a poet named
r.iliunan In the orfc'ani.ition. who had
for a 'iom 'I' plnn'i, "Ked I! du.'-
Tin; max w no is to mi:.
Amniijr tl'e recruits obtained by ex
itber .McNamara there was i( youn-'
man named Thonia .1. .McGeoKhean. a
well-educated and ooidooMii yiiiijr
t'enllemau ot twenty-live J ears id' nzu.
who Is now t.-aelilu' .-ehool iu tho Acad
emy ol the Chri-tiaii lSrothcr-. In lirook
lvn. 'l'lie poiu!o-Fatlicr McNainani.
who clo-elv reseuiDlen a noted preaeuer
In I'.rookU n. having eoiiMderableeonver
c'ltional niiwers. did ill Mime inauner fas
cinate vouiifr .McUcohean and llnally
Induced him to join the Kedlvivi. The
rotlii'' man had written ior uie pre?-.
and, belli largely jilted with Imagina
tion, be ueCiimo one 01 uie iiiu-i eauici
and zealous propagators ol the rcvolu-
ilnniirf dOLirmes Wlllc II 1110 ex-
piie-thad tiiven )iN years to inculcate.
'1 lie KiMIIWYI irei eiaiii mil in ii.iim.iiii
tr....t. nver a wecklv iiew.-naper olllc
and .oinotimes a iiilil; em lull of blood
dil hi- eiinveved Irom the thirty
louith street ilau.u'hter Iioiim'. of which
ibe Hi div vl would paiiiKe ireciy. ami
Dm: .cut their vows of loyally and hero
Urn. I'.ul voun.McCeo'.'he';!!! be;.iii to
imw. ibuibts of t tie hone-tvas wen as tin
iii"diUltv of the omanlatlon of I In
Uedivlvi to secure the liberty of Ireland
thron"h the iutiimiontnliiy ut'ex-I-athii
McNamaiii. Helnjrol iiuicK intelligence,
to use a politician's phraM-, he "kicked,"
vet he did not tall to sub-erlbe his weekly
twentv-lho cents. It teems, however,
that Mr. Mct!coliernii is a very stiict
Itouian (.'athollc, and after .-ome mouths'
conntetion with the Kedlvivi he beau lo
have conscientious doubts as to whether
ho 5hould continue to be a member or
not. IIaIuj:. as a Catholic, to do wii.d I
known as tho "jiiblllcc," ho was In
formed by the clergyman under whu-e
mluMratlon ho sat, that lie could not
receive ab-ollltloil Ullle.-S he llllinediatel
lelt the Kedlvivi. .Mr. JlcOnj-lirjinn,
tvuWnjt that he oii:ht to be eeitaln ol the
matter, and knowing Hint ho wouhl bo
sentenced to death if he were to become
a traitor to the Kedlvivi, consulted two
other clei''yuien, and tney lutormed hhn
of thn spiritual penalties to be enforced
should he continue a a Kedlvlvit. Now
came the urony. and .Mr. .Mc(ieoheran
found lihuelt between two llrcs. lie
felt that lie would have to endure thu
pains of hell lire it he were to remain in
the Kedlvivi, but should be dare to leave
it ho knew that the organisation
wouhl liavo him shot a a traitor to the
catii-o of Ireland. Tho younjr patriot de
cided Immediately, and eiio-u cveriiiniuiL'
bliss in tho future to a paltry and Indell
nlto exigence us a school teacher. Ac
cordingly he dared his fate, and wrote a
letter to'lliu "National Clilel" of the Ke
dlvivi, as ex-Father MeN imain calls hlni
iflf, reslnrnlnjr his iioMtlon as a ineinber
ol the Sacred Order. The. letter was
written at tho peril of Mr. Mc(lcoihehiin's
life, and Is as lollow.- :
".vvi:, .m'.nam aii . .mo.su'iii, n: mm:-
Iu vindication of inyjcharaeler and
iimim- both us tin IrUhmau audnChils-
thin. I am compelled to nlvo pubUclty to
in., iinnevid letter tf Father MeNanmra,
In replv to dim of mini', ii'shnliif- my po
sition as a mi'inber of the Kedlvhi.
As Father .McNamara aud his adher-
i....... Iw.ili i, ill. II, .H- mill niivate V
V ",'U . " ... . etl.i V. ..lo anil l would protect
. .. . ..i.v- .., nilees lo me on account of the milldecoil
linn. I leel It due to IllVSelt
oi 'J i :,i.ii,.
tn v eountiyuieii io uihm- ,i imwini
orj;anl.ation that an linpo'ltlon, ncnn
cally bo rccoKiil.t-d from the subjtance
of his lutt'er.
At the solicitation of l ather .Mc.Vn
inara, 1 Joined tho Kedlvivi, believing it
to be an orf,'anl.atlon i-olcly irot iiji tor
tho imrpo-e of Ilberathi' Ii eland. I soon
found out my inUtake, for Instead of be
lli,' a truly national organization, It
juoved to bo a despotic combination
under tho j.'iildanco ol Father McXainara,
liavhiK solely Iu view the pecuniary oh
led oi ileeclnj; my contldlii,' countrymen
'for tho inalnteuaiieu or a lew niiiincl
pled men. As an Irishman, a Christun
and a Catholic, I found I could nor con
scientiously continue a member of it. In 1
perrornilnjf mv jubilee duties I con iilted i
my confessor, and he percmptori'y or- ,
dered me to withdraw from "such n dan
"eroiis and villainous or;:anI.atlon."
Acting on this advice, 1 sent in my reslg-
nation, anil in reply received me annexed
letter Irom tho Kev. Father .MeNiwiur.i :
I did not intend to ;lve It publicity had
he nut personally availed mo on the
Hamilton ferryboat ami abused me In a
most ihsultluc manner, and had not be
and his adherents spread reports deroga
tory to my character as a Christian, a
patriot and a man.
I auneal to an impartial nubile as to
whether 1 am Instilled in my actions or
not, and publish Ids letter, so that they
may jiulire or the iilaspiiemous nature oi
the Kedlvivi and It founders.
Well, 1 must conclude by saying that
the only tribute 1 Intend to pay iu future
to such a person U the tribute of my
silence I had alino-t said silent con
tempt; but I .-hall never hold the "cloth"
In contempt, even though tho wearer be
debarred from the -ancillary. Yours
Thomas .1. .Mcfir.ooni:AS.
Tin: r cntk.vci: or ukai it.
However Incredible It may seem to the
cltlens of New York, vho lived in a
civilized and Christian community aud
are supposed to obev tho laws under
which thevext-t,the"Natioiial Chief' of
tho Kedlvivi on receipt ot the letter
called a council of Hie mysterious organ
ization, which met. a- it was alleged, by
summons ol a dajri r ami eord delivered
to each of the members of the ".-upreinu
and extraordinary council, ''forsotliey are
called. The number "seven" has ulway
had myth? power-, and the "Council ot
Seven"' met on the 7th of October, at the
hotel kept by O'lionovan Ko a. iu
Cheatham square. The proprietor of the
hotel knew 110111111' ot the pnrpo-e of tho
-even men. who called on him, headed
by McNamara, ami he readily allowed
them to cnjr.i'ri? a room. .Six of the men
were partially di-ul-ed and were not
known. They met Iu n room upitairs
after ordering some linger beer, and
locked ibe door -o that no one should
enter. No onu except those present can
tell what happened Iu the room; yet.
Incrcdable a it may -ecm; one of the
seven, under the solemn obligation of
secret oath- was deputed to kill Thomas
.1. Mclieoghejran wherever louiid, 110
matter if it were in a church, lis u
traitor to Ireland and tho Suercd Order
of tho Kedlvivi. Our reporter discov
ered )at evening that the name (if the
man who Is to execute the sentence of
death on the unfortunate .Mclicogheg.iu
- James al-h. who I- a bottler ot chain-
paguti aud belonged formerly to the linn
of WuUh "(: l'eel. but when nut otherwise
engaged 1 i peddler of maps, ilr. Mi -
Oeoglicgan called last evening at the
llrrald olllce and declared that he was
not a traitor to Ireland, nut that owing
to his liniu-t religious belicl he had to re
sign hU membership in tho Kedlvivi. He
seemed a little frightened, and declared
that lie did not know what tho members
of the Kedlvivi ml "lit do if they were
excited. McNamara addressed tho fol
lowing letter to McCieogheg.ia iu reply
to hi letter of relguatliiii. and from its
tone ot concentrated fury some Idea may
lie got ot what will occur when the depu
ted Hal-h meets MctJuoghegau:
I PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
w 1 1 in,. .
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 010 aud 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
s i;-:,,,0, W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(SwrfMon to John U. Phlllls)
Alii Dful-rs In
HAY, CORD, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BBAK, t(.
Aftntifor LAFLIH ikKANB HWDtt C0
IGoranr Tenth Strest ud Okie
MATHUS3 Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
0L Ohio Xjovoo.
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Mefieohenu In a 1 1 a mil ton ferryboat a
lew nights sliico aud afler abusing I1I111
in a savage way, solemnly sentenced him
to be 'hot to death by .lames Valh. The
latter individual bought a Smith it Wes
son -even-shooter la-t Saturday evenlnu
and U supiio-ed to wreck vcnjjencu on
tlie fated .MeGeohe'iin. and it is (iiiti!
jios-ioieinai inside ot lortv-ciiriu Hour-
ourciti.eiH may ue siartieit nv tne new
of a dreadful murder. The "chief Mc
Namara, was yesterday seen on l'ryon
row and other imbUe places armed witli
1 liliiducon, ami 011 iK'lu appealed to lor
mercy .-tided very resolutelv that lie aw
no reason to ruver-o the sentence, pro-
nouneeil, and that .Me(ieo're'':in inii-t du;
:it set of sun.
ItE.il. KSTATi: AUV.XT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
:0NVEYANCER8. U0TABIES PUBLIC
Land Aifeuts of the lUinola Central and
uurlluKton ana uulncy n. H.
North Car. Sixth and Ohio Levee
mi: iiiuiiArr.Nisii ixnwi.
Tlim McliPOKliriuij, !''!
Sin Throii'di sonic mi-take yours of
tlie llUli lust, ii-aclicd mu only tlii- inoru-
In;. I have carelully noted the mutter,
and concluded to -end you my reply.
You are. of eour-e. free to withdraw
vour-elt from atteudenee on the meetings
of tho UnU-r. as you would be nt liberty
to absent yourself Irom any other honor
able body tii.it nan no (lower lopuysieaiiv
coerce von : hut you have no power 10
withdraw from the Kedlvivi thcullc Ldaucu
you have sworn to that body for patriotic
jiurpo-es. And 110 prie-t on earth has
any power to exonerate you from tho
obligation you have, there entered Into
anil the reason Is because the ltedlvivi
As-oeiatloii Ii simply a patriotic body ;
our obligations are simply tho?e of Iri-h
pairiothni and from the.-c no priest, or
bl-hop or Pope- has any power to e.ou
er.ilu you. Nay, Ood hlin-elf could not
absolve vou. bieaiise God couldnot make
a traitor. Kit her you are a pan lot oryou
are a traitor. There Is no middle ''round.
A prie.-t can glo you 110 wuirant to
swerve irom p.itrloti-m and become a
traitor. Without saying more 011 this
point, I will merely -ay I am a-toiinded
at the suddenness of your eonvei'-lon.
Vourextreine piety I- of very recent
birth. I remember several exprc-siuiis
ot yours, wherein you conveyed the idea
that -ueh dictation as you allude to could
have 110 loree against your conviction of
a man's right. Hut there's no account
lii"lbr men's convictions, except well,
let It remain unsaid. I am exceedingly
sorrv to peruse such a letter as tills from
vou. 1 hud given you credit for some
thin" better. I was oven lavlmr out for
vou some patriotic worK that would suit
Votir talents. Yet. ala-, imor Ireland!
Hut boaf-uied I do not wimi 10 grieve
honestly tell you, however.
that you have no power to withdraw thu
alle'dauce vou owe the Kedlvivi. Ilesiue
to appear before that body as soon as
called, or they will proceed against you
.. .. ii-,iii..-. tiikv wll court-mart al von.
and, if necessary, expel you ills honorably
and send vour name and all about you
to all parts. This is the way you will be '
...in, 1 i.il.-. more trouble about
ill-mi . . -- - - . , , .
you than I would tor another. I had
placed some coiilldeiiec lu you. and I do I
not wish to -co you stamped as a slave, u .
coward, or a traitor. Choo.u yoiircour.se
mid tiiko the conseipieiiee. ours, &e
I'ailier McNamaka. ,
National Pie-ldeiit O. P. I. It., Post Of-
lieu box :i,uo;.
i' ax riir. n 1 hi it 1 1" 1 at i n it s t: v i r 1: it v kn i:V
A Umtld reporter called at the DIs
triet Attorney' ollk'O yesU'iday to know
w hat s'ps would be taken by that olll
chd iu ease that MeNiunaia should at
tempt to curry out Ills ''"' tlireat
of executing thu iinforiimato Met.eoghe
hnn. Mr. Phelps was at thu tluui bus ly
eii"a"i'd In Irving Uolan fur thu murder
Ol Mr. -Mil! lltlll COlllll liumu mu, uiii uiu
olllelalshi tho District Attorney's olllco
bilornied thu rcliorter- that thu laws
.Mr. Aieiieogiiegan iroip
; atii'inpt- of llio mini
MeNiinnira, il he would 'MM'U-,.,
tlmo for such proliellun. 'I ho
"National Chief .Mc.V.iuiuia met Mr.
Kinm llir 1'liibilrtplil.i i'ri'dliytiri.iii.)
Prom the World's Dispensary Printing
Olllce and Klndery, llull'alo. N. Y.. we
have received "I he People- Common
Sense .Medical AdvUer. In plum l.ngllsh ;
or. Medicine Simplitled." by K. V. Pierce.
M. ii,, i. ouiiselloiMu-eiiiet 01 tuu uoaru
of Physician aud Surgeoiii at the World's
Dispensary. Whoever help humanity
In its struggle witli its Inherent weak
nesses and diseases, to hear or cure, i Its' 1
benefactor. Ignorance is not only of it-
self a cause ot disease and mortality, but .
it I the enemy of every cf- '
fort to cure or mitigate. Nothing
ulll so speedily remove thi cause a
knowledge (an elementary one at least)
of the dl-ease. to which we are heir, as 1
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73 OHIO LEVEE,
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