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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1876.
RITUALISM AND ROME.
Urn nil Nrnerllon Ira llm Ucliitloii
t.oMio.V, .lull. '21. 1S70.
The Motalwj Post or .Sntiinltiy, li-M
Intl., startled R'UgioUH puoplo heru by
the piibllcntlon ol mi Intimation tlmt :i
part of lliL'i'Xtrcinu section of llio JCti
liali clittrch Is i;ii'ajeil in Uiivet-lntritfiiu
with ISonif wllli it view of :':t!Ioii Ironi
the liomu t'vtnblUlinR'iit.
It Is elnlnied by tho vrltcr In tin; J'oit
Hint liil'urtiiatloti lias bci-ti gHineil that 100
rltdalintiu clertfyien of the ;Ublih
mciit, Willi iicoiitit'U'it'Oiinl cotislltuciicy
niiinbiritiK 73,00(1 men mill ISO, (XX) wo
men, liavu alKiied a metnoiliil tu tlie popo
contain the lollowlu' iirupoiition? mid
"Tlmt our blsliop'i committed celesta'.-
Ilidl uulcule in Klectlnjr Hio complete a-
coi.Uuiiut' of tlin Stale over the church.
i.,t ..... ... . i.
" j nut i,ur uuimcieiirv iiu iiiil permit.
lis to remain ."object to tlie'o false
"Thiit wc recoi'tile the pope as (ho
head af (iud'i church on enrth.
"Tliat wo accept all that he te.iclic,
Including tlie Vatican decrees.
"Tliat many of in clergymen lieliifr
married cannot become Cuthollc pne.-ts,
and tliat many ol the told ould not fol
Therefore will Ms holliiem consent to
Hie lormiiiK of a united Anglican Cliurch,
like that ol the Armeulaii and .Muronite
rite, in commtmlon with Home, but with
a national independence ?
"In cai-c of Home not admitting the
vtlldity of our order will tlie church of
tli Vutican consent to reordluation con
dhlonally, the pope rantlnjr u di-jx'ii-eallon,
permiltltiL' tlto-e whu are iiut
ried to euutliiuu tu mtvu m pile't, while
IhoKo who are single tliall remain finale
relitacv henalter to l,p tl.c rule?
"The petitioner desire to preserve the
vernacular in worship, except that the
iius may be rciil in Latin.
If then; cond'stoni are granted, tliu
pelltloners will secede Irom the eitab-il.-l.cd
church of Knyl.iud and from a uni
ted Amrellean church recojrnlzlntr the
Itotniin pontill as tlie -upreiili: head."
I have authority fut stating that there
is little iio-ifihility of tlie pope's consent-
In; nor does the movement et the
support of the EdkIMi Catholic b!hoi.
ri:v. lilt. PL'SEV ON THE knclisii and
TheEniill.di theoloL'ian.Kev.Dr. Puy.
writes to the London limit a lengthy let
ter on the Mibjcct of the ellorl". which are
being made by the Eastern Church asso
ciation or ureal iirwain lorenuren n un
ion. In conclusion he Fiiy: "ilietiitr
ll'h church floe; not exclude from its
communion either Greek or lioinan Cath-
ol a. In the council held in order to
reconcile Kat and Wot they had the
whole ca.-e before theni. It the urceK
church wish to hold out delinitc terms
upon which It would receive to eoinmun-
ioh tneiniHT oi tne i-.nn-ii cniircn, u
would be lime tor tlie Kiil'11-Ii church to
consider them. l!ut let u nt leat be as-
fiircd that one condition will not be to
Xlvcupotir expression ol liellef In Al
mixhiy God as lie N, and rend our own
church In two while reeking tohicreae.'i
Inipoit nut hecrel HUlor)'.
("prlujCOd Ihcitter )
A bit of very iuiportaut tecnt hUtory
In relutlon to Hie whisky ring at at.
Louis readies us Irom that city, through
n reliable source.
It Is not generally Known that, at the
breaking out ol th war on the ring in
MI-ouii, Judge Chester Kruui, who
now has charge as counsel of the cae
of nit government olticlals caught en
gaged in the whisky ring In .Missouri,
was a circuit judge of one of the inter
ior judicial circuits in that Stale. When
C'nus. W. I'ord, collector at St. Loul.
died or killed himselt nt Chicago, lie
appointed Judge Krum the executor of
his estate. In this capacity he took pos
session of Ford's date, including all his
private and olllclal papers, among which
was the confidential correspondence ol
Grant, llabcock, Avery. McDonald.
Joyce, JleKee and all oilier lolltical
members oi the ring. As the war on the
ring progressed, its members became
invure ol tlie Importance of tlie fact that
Krum hud possession of all of Ford's
papers, and took instant and ellectlve
measures to suppress their n-o. Just
how the bargain was made is not known,
hut it is known the ring regarded Judge
Krum "as knowing too much," for he
immediately resigned this oltlon ol
Judge and became the counsel of the
official and political part of the ring, mi
questionably receiving Ids own price.
It Is evident this price was a big one, us
lawyers ate not in tlie habit of resign
ing such comfortable places a a judge
ship for ft small number of "retaining
fees, "unless they are iiilllclently large to
provide against all accidents In the fu
ture. The above facts explain another move
ment of the ring, which, up to the pres
ent time, has remained somewhat ob
scure. When Habcock was indicted, lie
was In Chicago, dancing In attendance
on the military commission appointed by
the president for tho purpose of white
washing ills pet. Tho same night the
news of Habcock's indictment was tel
egraphed to Chicago, from St. LouK
Judge Krum went to tho former city on
the llrst train. Early In the day of his
nrrhnl In Chicago, a conlcrenee was held
at the Grand I'acitlc Hotel, where Krum
was stopping, hv Judge Krum, Badcoek,
Unhid States Marshall, Campbell, (Hab
cock's I'aiher-In-law,) and all the leading
political and olllclal members ol the ring
In the vicinity of Chicago, in good stand
ing hi the Itcpublican parly, mid it was
announced In the evening papers that
Judu'c Krum hail been retained as counsel
for llahcock, that lie would Insist ou an
I tn ii nil hit i irlnl liv llit civil mitlini'if li nl
St. Louis, and that the military prrertl-
lugs woiiiu mi tiismisseei as soon as me
order could be obtained Irom Washing
ton. Judge Krum bccomiuir executor of
Ford's estate, had evidently struck a
bonanza, which he no doubt can led to
Chiciiiro In tho shane ol the deceased's
private papers and correspondence, and
exhibited to Babcock'8 astonished gaze.
ino. president! private tccretary un
questionably came to llio same conclu
sion that the members of the St, Louis
whisky ring did, that "Krum knew too
much," and promptly asked him his
price, mid paid It.
Judge Krum. ol course, pleads UiiUIip
Is tho prisoner's eotmsul, when asked fur
luiormnuon, nun renp-cs io givo up iinj
thing tliat will criminate his clients.
This Is where tho rlmr nlaved their trame
with consumate skill adioltiiesa. Judge
Krum has in his possession to-day more
iinponum evidence tiinn any otissr man
In the country, whlsh, If honestly uied,
would put tnen occupying high cfflclal I
and soel.il poillloni behind the iron
grates ol the penitentiary. Will tho '
government procure this testimony;
llleodlnif troia l.nuae, t'ntnrrn, llroa- ,
rhill. I onaieiiptlon. A Wonderful '
I HociiKTiOt. X. V., Jan. 13, 1S74.
I I!. V. I'elrce, M I)., Hullnlo, X. Y.
I I)i:au Silt I lad siill'ercd Irom Catarrh
In an aggravate! form tor about twelve
years and for 4;crnl years from brou
j clilal trouble. Tried many doctors and
! things with no tilting hcuellt, In May,
Vi, becoming tunny worn oiinvim ex
cessive editorial labors on n paper In
New Vork city, I was attacked wltli
bronchitis In n siveru form, suffering al
most it total lost of voice. I returned
home here, hut had been homo only two"
weeks when I wui completely prostrated
wllli hemorrhage from the lungs, hannij
four letae btetiinq fptlh within
tien teirt.), antt j'rit three intide
of nine dayt. In the Sep
tember following, I htproved sullkicntly
to he able to lie nboiit.thotigli In a very
feeble stnte. My broithlal troublo re
mained and the catarrh' wn tenfold
worse than before. Every effort for re
lief seemed Irultlc". I seemed to be
losing ground daily. I ccutlntied In this
feeble state, raising blood nlmost dally
until about the llrst ofMarrh '73. when
I became so had ns to he '.entirely con
fined to the house. A friend suggested
your remedies. Hut I wis extremely
skeptical that they would do mo good, as
I had Ion ail heart In rcmldies. and be
gan to l'iok upon mcdlcinu and doctors
with disgust. However. I obtained
one or your circulars, an
read it carefully. Irom which I came to
the conclusion that you under-tootl your
business, at least. I finally obtained a
(puintlty of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kcmedv,
your Golden Medical DUcovcry and Pel
let", and commenced their vigorous use
nceordlntr to directions To my surprise,
I soon began to improve. The' Discovery
and I'elleff, In a short time, brought out
a severe snptlori, which continued for
several weeks. I teii jmuh better, my ap
petite impnxed. nnd I galn.t iu strentrth
and lle'h. In three month" every .tine
ofcatnrrh was gone, the bronchitis tid
nearly dlwtiiieared, had no cough what-i-ver
nnd I had entirely ceased to raise
blood ; and, contrary to the expectation
of some of my lrlends. tlie cure has re
mained permanent. I have had no more
hemorrhages Irom the lung', and am en
tirely free from catarrh, from which I had
suffered so much and so Inner. Tho debt
of gratitude I owe for the blessing I have
received at your hands, knows no
bound', I am thoroughly satl'llcd. from
my experience, that your medicines will
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ease Catarrh, as well as throat and lung
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very many and shall ever sjn-ak in their
praise. " Grateiullv yours,
W.M. II. SlT.NCKIt.
1. O. Box r.07. liochtster, X. Y.
II utn-iiicnn, Ills , .Ian IS, 1S76.
TTTXavc now mining a very superior nrtlrle
V ol coal five Irom ull Impurilie, etpvcially
a Uptiil for anitr and liouseliold use Kenerally.
uhuh wevvlll deliier in Cairo, on the C'nlrn am)
Vlnceunes truck br the c:ir load of SW biubelt
ut nine (') cents r Imsliel, or two dollars and
iwenty-ltvectuts (Si Sfc) )iertnn
VVelo liuvrn M-ry suirior article of .Nut
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trtni. Mr Ward will also deller Dili coulto
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till, coal coat about $2 CO per tun. All thoeoul
u-H ,v the C.und V It It. It suiiplinl from
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yet e are selling everything at the popular
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patrons testify to the henetltsnf our great sale,
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from ourpatrons in the past thrte years. Head
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(), II with privilege of seeing befoie paying.
M nil for full ratalntue. eto.. fite. narl now
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""iii ai nroomneia it., lioston, Stasi.
MT. CARBON(Blg Mudrly)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptly attended to,
fstrTTo largo consumors and all
aianufaoturors, wo aro proparod
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratoa.
CAIB0 CUT COAL COMPAHY.
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