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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1872.
Of. VERA I, AOEPTTH.
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JOHN Jl OUEKLT, Editor and Publisher.
Sundat Mornino, Jan. 28, 1872.
7. ofiait pnptrof Alexander cvtnty and ol tni city of
Curo ; f As only morning dalv in &u(Atrn Illinoti ;
a vvU-atalu journal t tmnH, but Icarlttn out
ipnkn on all lubjeeti oj inttrtit to (Ac puVie ;
vxlt a larg ani tncrtaiiwj circulation, the Dalit
hn totuitt tht jxitronait ot inttUijtnt Ttaltn and
tnttrpruing outintw men.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly Co. nae reduced Che
tfll'tion pnr f the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
vnt itymr per unn-im. rnamne u ine cneaje.i p.
serfiuhllhei in'-ouihern llllnolt.
Or writing many books there Is no
nd, and now Mrs. Fair who did not die at
midnight in her cell at Sin Francisco is
preparing an auto-bioraphy.
Grant denies being a friend of Leet,
the partner of Stocking in the general
order business. As it Is known tbt Leet
xnado about a million dollars a year nut of
this position this denial now won't hurl
him in a pecuniary point of view.
Tar. municipal eleuion at Cairo ap
proaches, and the parties are divided on
the "slpe-water '' question. The discus
liun turns on the point whether th water
in the streets rains in or soaks In. Spring
In which we ate a little ahead of Spring
field, at that oU fogyUh city hasn't energy
eruugh to discussion h question of Hi
mud, nor tense enough to get rid ot U.
The Peoria Democrat tayt, speaking
of Senator Morton's speech on th
amnesty bill some days atro, "it is fair
to presume that Morton would not
willingly prove himself an ass.'
In the case of tome men, and Sun
ator Morton, It U fair to presumo, Is one
of them, this it not a matter of volition at
all, naturo.having decided it for them,
One of the rampant females at the late
woman's convention in 'Washington City,
declared that "women, in their present
position," that is without the ballot,
"havo no right to bo women." What a
harrowing revelation is this for the in
nocent and ignorant creatures who havo
been happy in tho bliss of imagining them
selves safe in the possession of this one
right, at least.
Mr. Underwood, state senator from St.
Clair county, wants to J undermlno Gov.
Palmer as a radical candidate for gov
ernor in the next canvass. Underwood Is
at yet a bumble sprout of radicalism in the
ttate, but hit attempt to tnub Gov. Palmer
in his report on the message of the mili
tary cccupation of Chicago will invest him
at once with colossal proportions in the
yes of the administration radicals of Illi
nois. The New York Timj,Grant't organ-in-chief
in New York city, givet a list of
teventeea pertont, defaulter! to the gov
ernment, who have been punished for their
criraet, by fines and impritonment, by the
adminittratlon. The list being thort,
watn't bird to get at, but will sume radi
cal Journal, in favor of reform, give us a
list of the defaulters who have not been
The tenate judiciary committee on
Thundiy in&j6 a report on tho memorial
of the momw tuffragisu, claiming that
the fourteenth and Mvntu amendments
give to women the nBU v vote. The
committee unanimously Bre0,i lul tueiC
amcndmenlt do nut confer the j
women tuffrage, the power of the iutc to
exclude women from voting beln"
touched by the amendments, thltpov,or in
fact, being recognized by the fifteenth.
TnE Jonesboro Advocate, though strong,
ly radical, Is one of our favorite exchanges
"We can't agree with its tenliracnts, but
its hippy and forcible manner of express
ing them commands our admiration. We
Instance the following remarks on amncs
President Grant in his massage to con
grets reccoinends universal itmne-ty. It
tee nation prepared for this? Wu fear
fou will say it is premature, but we hope
uwiBrwtie. ine law must lolloW the do
lira of the people, If not, then you may
cry peace I peace I but there is no Deace
When you shall hesr the people sav, let
by-gonos, be by-gones, und of themselves
lay the foundation for universal amnesty,
and then usher in tho law, and as the ris
ing sun dispells the reigning darkness of
the night, to then the law must dispell the
lingering uiaiico in me popular mind, und
tt go aen age win aawn on the great re
Talk of word painting after that I
Kxcirx among a few unsophisticated
country nowipapers of the radical pcrtua
fas, who foitdly imagine tbot being i
radical, he must bo correct, Secretary
Boutwell appears to be In as bad odor at
0B6 other Important radical officials.
Sometime ago, the duty of Investigating
JSoutwtU'a syndicate operation was
Milgoad to the house committee on ways
U Mimr ami
even praised fit his managomont of tho
peoplo's monoy, tho public entertain very
much tho tamo feeling In reflnr.i to hit
upriclittiess in tho tres-tiry department as
w. .it.i i.f..m ihn Inveillirntlon. It 1
very tnitcli a though a convention were to
meet Tor tho purpose of debating whether
Mack I- white, and though it n.ight dis
cuss tho question, for several day and
Anally declare) thnt black t'j white, yet tho
pcoplo would not be very apt to nccept
its decision. From Uoutwcll's opera
tion! with tho treasury ring and his
manipulation! of the country' indebted,
nets for the benefit of certain New York
bankcri, who made millions of money out
of the syndicato business, the country has
an instinctive feeling that in tho case of
Boutwcll, the investigating committee
decided that black Is white.
Tni agitation of tho temporance ques
tlon in tho Missouri legislature has aroused
considorablo opposition among the Ger
mans of that ttate. A few duyt back, tho
Germant of St. Louis held a meeting for
the purpose of expressing their disappro
bation oi tho bill proposed in tho legisla
ture. Strong tpcoches were made, and tho
following resolutions, among others, wcro
Resolved, That tho Gorman citlzuns
ofSt. Louis consider temperance, Sunday,
und all lawt of a similar character as en
croachments upon the personal liberty and
liberty of rnnncionto fcU.irHtilced by tho
letter and spirit of tho fedonil constitu
tion, In fact, a a violation of tho supreme
law of the land
Resoh cd, Th.it wo hereby dclaro our
dctirmtiiatton to renounce ull sym
pathy and connection with any piriy
that" will not iivc nmplo pledget to
stand upin this tur liberal plat
form, and that wo will not co-operate
undi-r any circumstances, with any party
that will not unequivocally co-oporato
with us for tho success of thuso principles.
This latter declaration lias n
t. . i.
very independent ring, uui irom
the political record of the
German clement, tho country will not
regard it other than in the light
of n threat. For n good many years past
the Germans have persijtently acted with
the radical parly, a party made up of ele
ments some of which havo been bitterly
opposed to nil foreigner! and which mado
no exceptions In favor of tho Germans.
Whon it bjcatm expedient for tho re
publican party to use them, It dis
claimed all svinpathy with tho "know
nothing" movement, nnd tho Germans,
like blind sheep, fell into line and followed
its lead. Tho liberal friends of tho foroign
born population aro and always havo been
found In the democratic party. Tho
proposition in congress to amend the
constitution of the United States to as to
make foreign born citizens eligible to tho
presidency wat mado by a democrat, and
this, though a prominent, is only ono o
many instances in which the
domocrats havo shown them
telvet willing to share- all tho rights nn
privileges of this country with its foroig
born citizens. And yet, tho acmnMl
almost in a body, havo acted with tho re
publican party, a party which would pro
tcribo them to-day, except for tneir volet.
Tho resolutions of the Garmans ofJSt. Louis
aro plain and out-spoken and evidently
intonded as a warning to tho radical pnrtyi
but wo have no reason to believe that if
tho radicals, as n party, were committed
to tho temperance movement, thnt tho
Germans would carry out their threats and
renounce it. In many ways and fur a con
siderable number of years, they havo lick
ed tho hands that smote them, and from
all appearances will continue to do so.
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OF TIIK REV. JOSHUA
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH.
JiEANCH OF TIIK HUMAN
INTERCESSION OF THE SAINTS.
THOU AUTTETER, ETC.
Mr l)EAiir.T IIrbtiiren I stand up
hero before vuu this morning to address
you for tho lnt time as n pastor of tho
Anglican or Protestant Episcopal church.
You know we have all loved our Anglican
church vory dearly none more to than
I have done. It contain! in it to much
that commends itself to our religions and
natural instincts. While, moreover, wo
have nlwuys regarded It as u branch, and
that a very pure ono. of the holy catholic
church, wu havo thought that its faith was
the failh in every age, and that tho so-called
reformation was a reformation not of
faith but of mere mnttcrt of ecclesias
tical discipline, but thnt tho faith
remained the ancient faith, whole
und undented, ts It had onco for all
been delivered to tho saints. Ve have
been faithfully conscious that our Church
was nn asylum for many and congenial
spirits, the children of many generations of
l'rotcttnntsnnu l uruans, wiiommusjnurcii
wu? too weak to cast out of her pale, while
ho um. too Inditlcront to insist upon their
in I fill subtnissinlon in her pale. Wo have
ho been pnuallv conscious that our bishops
full vcrv far short of what our ideal Cath
olic bishops ought to he. I hey truckle to
public opinion una tiro mo slaves miner
than tho lords of their wealthy clorgy and
Roman Catholic and orthodox Eastern!
have warned us that our church did not
piK'Cis the gift of ideft'Ctibility in faith.
nnd wo have as confidently retorted,
"Timo wl.l prove." My brethren, timn
has proved. Abovo nil, we pride! our
selves upon the validity of our order and
tho pato.it luci thai our cuurcn, in ner lit-
ur-'v. art c us ana rituals undoubted v
taught tho real presence of our Lord under
the forms of bread nnd wine. Oh 1 bow
rudely tho mask has been torn from our
eyes! The oisnops ot this so caned uaiti
olic church meet together in Haiti
more in ml c inn council, under tho Kuid
anco of tho holy ithost. Mnev inau-
gurato their proceedings with tho
celebration of the most divine cucha-
nst. Thi, at nil event', eocmt encoura
cine. In thought wo wander back to tho
great synods of tho undivided church
Wu cazo with chiid-iiKo pleasure on
tho stately procession; wc listen with
bcalini; heart to tho ancient chant ; wo
look with uwo on tho closed colden catcs,
behind which the bishop is consecrating the
blessed sacramont; wc thiiiK wo hear th
crand, old, uncompromising words of th
liturgy ofSt.Chrisostom, "Mako this bread
tho precious body of our Lord und God and
Saviour, Jesus Christ, and this chalico tho
preoious blood of our Lord and Ood and
saviour, Jesus Christ. Wo too n inv
iiuination tho curling Inccnso ascending
and tho prostrate, adoring multitudn of
tho. "ki tli nil, nnd wo compare, with this th
nwtul reality seen nt JJaltfinorc. My God I
just think of 111 Ti.rvico Ij over, tho
blessing pronounced, und bishops, wmi
FULL Or CONSECRATED BREAD
nnd chalices of con'ocratcd wine, nro
laughing nnd talking, nnd eating nnd
drinking, while tho bo'dy of tho church is
a scene of uproar, gossip nnd confusion.
Such is tho inaugiiarntion of tho so-called
THE HOLY MTSTKRY.
To nrguo thnt tho spiritual pretencoof
our de.ir Lord In the holy rnmmunion for
tho nurturoof tho faithful is such n pres
ence as allows worship to Him thus und
thero present is, lo say tliu very lcatt. to
bu wi-o abovo tliut which is written in
God's Holy Word; for tho object of this
holy sacrunient us therein reveille I are,
first, the memorial beforo God of tho one
sacrifice for tin forever; nnd sncondly,tlio
strcngthcniiu and rufrn-.hing of the souls
of tliu faithful. Mor.iov.ir, no ono can
fill to sco that it is impossible for tho
common mind to draw tho linn between
the worship of such an undefined und mys
terious prusenco and tho awful error of
adoring tho elements themselves.
Tho biro suestion that the intercession
of thn Virgin Mary, or any other taint, is
in any way to bu sought in'our approaches
to thu throne of grace, is un indignity to
tho One only und mediator and interces
sor, which we, His apostolic witntstet, can
not ton strongly nor distinctly forbid in
His holy and ull-sutlkiunt name. To this
miserable heretical pronouncement every
bi'lmp in tho Episcopal Church is com
mitted. One, indeed, Is said to have
privately expressed n regret nt n clercy
man's supper table, but tho leading High
Church prelate is understool to have pub
llelv defended tho document in a Church
jeurnul, though not under Ills own numo.
And not ouu sluglo bplicopal voico has
been raised in protest. On tho contrary,
tlio i:onurvativo Ulshop AVhittingham, of
High Church memory, insists that this
pastoral is binding on tho consciences of
all tho clur y us the unanimous voico of
tha "teaching order" in tho Church.
Now, mj deariiU children, do accept ' the
urgency of thoto visible facts " as Dr. New
man puts it
Alid in speaking oi extreme unction I
admit that its practico has not wholly
died out. It is still adminUtorcd now nnd
then. Still, as n matter of fact It it not
recognized in thu pruyor book, nor is tlioro
any authorized form for its administration,
and its uso is limited to ono clergyman,
say in n hundred. Tho plea for this
God's word is, that unction is ono of
tho mlrnculous prerogatives of tho apos
tles. Hut tho sacred text lays, "is any tick
let him call," not tho apostles, but tho or
dinary prosiiytonof tho church, And n ifor
tho protenco tliut unction was a mirucul
ous preservative against dentil, it is absurd,
'or had it been so lulthiui Uiiristlant would
"Ivor have dlod at ull. There is a plea
lllt forth by High Churchmon that tho
pattorat l.tmr , not synodical ; but this
does not au:r its hurcy. How refreshing
t Is to turn from tho babul of Protestant-
. "Ul"'ireh which says, and has ro-
i , J i Ti 'lY),1Hvly,','Iknowin rbom
.Vii it fTlX a iim Persuaded that I
shall keep that which I bavu committed
unto Illi,, until that day" And ndcu
dear brethren I my.elfwho a," 'mull and
of no reputation, mere grain InTo "and.
a drop in thoocean-I thank O.al l know
it, too I profuss myself n thorougi, Son.
vert to tho doctrinu of Ppl tuprumacv
Thu Church of England accupis the HibuV
thu threo creeds atitl thu four first i-eiunen'-
icui councils as ner rum oi lultli, (1W i
havo taught you that when our Lord iii'ld
to Poter, " Upon this rock 1 will build
my church," Ho did not mean Poter, but
thu fultli which Peter confessed. This in
terpretation 1 backed with quotations
AUHL'VNNE AND CIIRYMMTOM.
I moreover stated quite confidently that
"'"" I'nurcu never acknowledged
menu 1 entirely withdraw. Tho Fourth
General Council (Chalccdon), composed
chiefly of Orcck prelates, committed Itsolf
in a synodlcnl pronouncement to theso
words: "The tltrice-blesscd and all-honored
Peter, who it tho rock and basis of
tho Catholic church und tho foundation of
the orthodox faith. "
Hut, mv hrcthorn, you will toy " what
of papal i"nfalllbllity?'r 1 confess It has
lor mo a great charm. Our Lord, Is of
of course, tho head of Ills church j but ho
has n vicar upon earth. Tho visible
church must have a visible head, the in
falliblo church an infallible
head. The Pope cannot err
ministerially acting as tho head of tho
church, though at a private doctor or theo
logian iio may err and commit errors of
judgment in "tho exorcise of cccloslastlcal
discipline. Our treasure is in an earthen
vessel, and, therefore, abuses are to bo ex
pected, nna tho head of tho church Is such
a head that ho may not, for instance, say
to the feet, "I have no need of thee, '' nor
yet may the foet say to head, "I havo no
need of thee." Vet this is what tho An
glican church did tay whon the tovcrcd
hertclf from Homo.
I am no fanatic
I have neither torn
off my collar,
Dl'RNED MV BIHLE
nor destroyed my cassock. I leavo the
Anglican church, thanking God that there
are so many sweet souls In her communion,
striving ttftr Catholic unity. Of all
forms of Protestantism Anglicanism is
the highest. There is more good among
Anglicans than among Presbyterians,
more good among Presbyterians than
among llaptists, and so on through the
crades of ConRrcgationalism, Unitarianism,
Jcc,iic. Hut high above.thom nil on tho
rock stands tho church or Peter. And if
you ask mo why I join the Roman com
munion in preference to any other, 1 will
answer as rather Ignatius bponcor did,
who. formerly an Anglican clergyman,
died a Catholic priest. " Father, why do
ou always travel third class i ' " lie.
cause," rejoined he, " there ts no fourth."
And so 1 loin tho Itoman communion be
cause there is nothing higher I can join.
It is tho genuine and perfect form of
And as a matter or fact tlio ruitu or the
Roman church nover has failed, never will
fall, for He, who is the truth, has promised
that tbo gates of hell shall not prevail
against it. Divcrso no doubt in discipline,
as uiverso as tne characters and tempera.
menu or catholic nation;, but ons in fait!)
communion and and obedience. There ii
of course, nothinc cood that cannot be
abused ; butt am nomoro responsible tor it
in tho Itoman than in tho Anelican pale,
As a manor ot lasto and principle 1 had
A DEVOUT OLD WOMAN
bending her knee to a black-faced imsce
of tho Virgin in Spain than zo to the
vestry cupboard ot iriTiity church, ew
lort, ana nnd a black bottle labelled "con
sccrated wine." And if we are told of an
old Irish woman who said a prayer for
tho sake of the indulgence attached to it,
accompanied with curses for those for
whom she prayed, this is not more amus
ing than the traditional old woman of An.
elican fame, who presented herself thi
fourth time for confirmation, because she
said, "it was good tor the rheumatiz."
"I bclievo in one holy Catholic Apostolic
Church." Ask yourselves is the Anglican
Church one? It is neither one with itself
nor with any othor body. Is she holy?
She has not canonized a singlo saint since
thu Itcrormation. Is she catholic; oono
accepts her ordors but horselfj nnd many
of horgrcalcst lights do not bclievo in their
..m.Aa.itv utull. Ono word Jmoro and I have
done; it was not uimi - .iirlit into
tho future- of Christianity that our Lord
spoko n parable comparing a houso built
upon tho sands,
siukti.no, changing, recedino
at tbo mercy of wind nnd wave to tho
houso built upon tho rock. "What is tho
rock7 A council held Infallible- by your
own church teaches you, "thou art Peter,
on this rock, etc.'' In conclusion, do not
let my course, or tho slanderous tongues
that will lasli mn when this thing is pub
licly known, frighten you back into pro
testantism. If Roman Catholicism is so
manifestly an error it wilt bear examina
tion. Just excrciso your common sense,
and, as you would do in u mattor ofspecu
lation, search nnd look ; consult teachers
on both sides, and, liko people of common
senso, judge between them, never forget
ting tliu necessity of prayer nnd tho fact
that neither father nor mother, nor any
social or worldly interests are to be pre
ferred to the sweet will of our only Lord
and God nnd Saviour, Jesus Christ.
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NORTH AMERICA, I'A.,
Assets. 1,783,000 0.
II ART FORD, CONN-
Assets.. J.Ml.HS 7
Aaift 1,781,118 SI
INTERNATIONAL, K. T.,
Assets. 1,U3,39S 1
Assets. MS.C73 SS
Assets 15,271 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets 30,bg0,r60 Ot
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AKD
Assets. 1.M0.0M Ot
RAILWAY PASftENOERB ASSURANCE
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.evee,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL
FIRE AND MARINE
I IST S "CT JEb .A. 3ST O El
jTIAOARA, n. t..
OERMAMIA, N. T.,
Assets 1.0SS.721 71
HANOVER, N. Y.
Asset ....726,162 00
HEFUDLIC, N. Y.,
Assets .'. .7M,5 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Atstt 87I.SM 10
Asset :. 43,13 W
FIREUEN'8 FUNP, T-t .
Assetx ' CT'.OOO
SECURITY, N. If. MARINE,
Asset J.132.8S9 00
STORK, Dwelling", Furniture, Hulls and Car.
tarn, In.ured at rates as fuvoiable at sound,
permanent aecurily wl'l warrant,
1 respectlully ask oi the cititeni of Ctlre, a
share ol their pstronsge,
tVIrlFX AND MaUOfU.
importer and WUoleinlc Healer In
TOBACCO &c CIGARS.
Agent fur tho boat Lrnn.ln of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ales of Different Kinds.
75 Ohio Levee,
P. M. STOCKFLETII,
scccusoa roKLt a sTocsriars
Kscllfjar ssad Wholesale Dealer la
Foreltrn aud Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Lkvei,
rj K keepton
hela Will. kle.,
hand constantlT a full
lucky Hourbnn, lire an4 Monon
t llourbnn, life ana Mononge'
French llr.ndiea, llollaud Oin,
Rhine and C.llfoml. Wine.
DOOTN AKD NHOUi.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llelweeo Washington arena and Toptar
boots asd Sknea Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Kmployed.
CITY BUOK STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
soli itner ros
ROOTS AND SHOES
Coranaerelal Avenns, sportier af Klglttb
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL 01-
mm roR noorsaiiRTn and shoes.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
Uy buylsg your
Washlagtati-ar,, Smt Ceetasss ffletsst
Messrs. EichhoR Orothtrsdsilr to lafem th
citltent of Cairo thai they are tnannlacturing all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now on has sad foi sale, tt
Wholesale asset Retail,
All kinds, tnd srll continue to keep at thelr
Eyery dlscrlptlon of shtap and costly furniture,..
OWMarble Topped Bar sans,
asrsideboards, VuhsUuios :
-Wardrobes, Hota Chairs,
JT Lounges, M , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Thsn they can be bought from any other dealer Is
th city. Oirs them a call and sstisly your