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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Stvoot. Thornton Building.
SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY J5, 1S70.
JOHN II. OBERLY & 00
KLHVVKD AND Al'lKJINTM)
t rrt n t(
i nero naH ueen muue, in cerium pons
oi nit' niHie, u uomuiiu lor u cmiuge iu
thomunnerof npiioliitiiit? Judges. Many
mull, of rife Judgment and sound ox
pt-rleiico, bullv ami dwclnre, that the
puhllo cannot secure thu toi-vlcei of
sound Jurists through olfaction by the
people, and (hat, slnco the Inauguration
of the election system, justice Iiun been
shamefully outraged by thu courts, In
fluenced by the political purtisiins of cop
rupt or prejudiced Judges. While we
protHt our faith In the election HyHtein
to he yet linn, we niut uilinlt that those
who are dlsstilisllud with it have a very
solid foundation ou which to build their i
denunciations. There can bo no doubt
that tlio people can, and In most lie (
stance do, select us competent men an
thu Governor would appoint; but, If,
elected Judges are ni Jim as appointed
Judges,, the ruet proves that human nn
tore I not half ho black ai mnnu moral
1st Iiuto painted it. Take an iustunco:
Governor Palmer appoint! to the bunch
iu this ulicuit Mr. illatik, who putH ou
the ermine unitngr-rcd by any attacks
upon IiIh ability or his pursniiul fltncHs
forthoolllco. Hut Mr. Wank I elected
Judge, after a hot cnuvns. Does ho
theu don the ermine with a mind mi
ni filed by prejudice? He has hemi at
tacked bitterly by the friends of his op-
ponerit; "tlie editor across the way" has
tuloglzod hi competitor, Mr. Hlow, and
has denounced him iu
verv round 1
phrases; this lawyer hm resorted to
rather active opposition against liltu,
and that has been hi good friend. Cun
he, elected, be as Jut to the men who
have opposed him as ho would he If he
hud not been attacked with the weap
ons used by politician? If ho can, lie is
a iodel gentleman, n Judge as wine as
Holomui and unjust as Daniel. Jiut it is
fccarely omIIiIi The editor appears
leforo him Iu a case, represented by a I
lawyer who opHcd .hls election; and,
that he will utlow his prejudice and
hatred to influence his Judgment Is more
tliau jtrubablc. Wa kuow'that his eon
oleuee is hedged about by the solemn
obligation of an oath, and that there- is
something In the high and raonlDlc
position of a minister of the law tliat
has a tendency to drlv from the minds
of even bad men dishonesty and preju
dice, but we very much fear that the
baser passions of human nature would
gain the mustery and Justice would not
TiittOAiRo iivi.i.:ti. ,
Il'n i lli' Hmrl.Mirj lii Uri.l.T )
We are Iu receipt of the "Annual Car
ol" of the Cairo Evening 'UtiHetlii,' and
find It tliu neatest speclment of fuuey
lirlntlng It lins lately been our pleiimro
to look upon. We would uxeliauge with
pleasure, only the "caroling" Ugu of
our existence ha not yet been reached.
While ou the subject, we will Just finish
our suy nlxiut tliu 'llullutln.' With the
next number wu expect to cue It enlarged
and printed on new type, and containing
the evening Associated l'ress diipatchcs
which will give tu general news of the
day and full murkul reports from the
principle cltlos. Tills will more than
ever muko It a de.Irable paper, and there
are severul good reasons why the people
of tills section, and all Egypt, should
tako It first after their county papor.
The 'Jlulletlu' Is Ws only daily paper In
this congressional dlstrlot thu only oiie
iu Hotithurn Illinois uutl to it the peopjo
must look to take tlielead iu advncutlijg
Mini guarding their material Interests.
They tlierefornowe it much, and should
endeavorto dlscliargu their obligation
with material aid.
The Constitutional Conven
tion The Action of thu l.t'glNluf urt
Adopting: thu I'lCU'cntli
l(KnI.L'TIO. TO HIS'I.M
Autoug Wednesday's proceedings of
thu Constitutional Convention wu llnd
Tin: hktki:ntii amknomknt
was before tho convention again, Iu the
shape of a resolution tliat it would lie
inexpedient for the convention to rescind
tho ratification of the Fifteenth amend,
went by the last legislature. The renlu
tion -was oflerod by Mr. Cameroa, of
Cook; and if his objeet was to xecurua
recognition of tho right of thu conven
tion to do so if it chose, lie wus success
ful, his resolution passing by a votu of
Fallowing tills, u resolution to rescind,
by Mr. McDnwoll.of White, was referred.
Ou Thursday Mr. Cameron offered tlm
That tills convention having boon
called for the purnovo of altering, rovls-'
ing, and amending thu constitution of
tho State or Illinois, It is not within its
legitimate province to revise the action
or the loglslaturo in tho adoption or the
Fifteenth umoudmeut, and that any
suoh action would be unwise and Impro
per. He made a few remarks thereon. He
,dld not desire ,t discuss the merits of
tho question, but would Imply move
ihJ adoption by this body. Thus was
mainly ou acccuut of up erroneous opln
ion which muy go abroail consequent
I iipuii uiu. miiiiiiiuu ui uiu nouiuiiuu ui
. . . . it... .1 .. ..I I .. .....ikilL.ti r
tho trentleniiin from Luke on thonreeod
i ug -dayi h0 was Uti willing that there
should be any Indication on th putt of
this convention to disturb this actlou of
thu legislature. There cortulnly was no
ucli Intention. IIu therefore offered his
resolution, and moved tliu previous ques
tion, therton. ' '
Mr. Church attempted an explanation,
butMn'Coolhauglr objected. The y,eas
and iiuyn wore callsd, and the roHolutlon
wu adopted, by a rote! of o'J to 12.
A motion to ndjourh was lost.
Mr. McDowell, of White, offered a re
solution that tho action of the Inst sea
hIoii of the stnte legislature, ratifying the
umeudmeii. l-f hereby rescinded, and
declared null and void. Referred.
(Ciirri'jioii.lniO uftlir Chi.rnoTlnie.
Hi'lttNOKiKi.D, If.r.., Jan. 13 I alluded
the other dav to Mr. llayuc'w proposition
to recognize "Josus Christ tliu
Klncs." in th nreamh!o of the
constitution. Trom tli Ih extreme
orthodoxy a delegate to-day advanced to
the utmost point of rationalism. Tho
oecaNlon wan the ollerihir of a resolution
i by Mr. I Witty, of Mnrsliall, tliat no per
won siiouni oo jeoparuizeu on account or
IiIh religious be I iff. Be fere this, Mr.
Whiting, f Hureau, who In underwood
to be nt)lrltuallflt! uioVed to turlend by
adding, "or want of rell glous belief."
TlIK VKDKitAT. CAl'ITAI..
Homeamuiiement was created by Mr.
I McCoy's proposition n remove the fed
1 eral capital to hU;own;,ciuuty of White-'
, Hide. The supervisor of that county pf-
i rered to ceuo mem auuiorny in
coiifcros should agree, bat not tliu couu-
TltK NKVSI'AVHH qUK-TIOST IlKVlVKI),
Another attempt to secure a small ai
I lowauce of newspapers wus made to-day
i by )tr. Craig, of Knox, but with the unu
ulhuuuesi, tho final against thu proposit
ion Itelng 4'-' to H. Aiiotlier proposal to
furnish jlS worth nioro of postage stamps
was also voted down with a great deal
of energy. '
STATB AND JfUNIOIl'Al- 15I)R1ITKINK.S3.
Tho committee ou state and munici
pal indebtedness will report to-morrow
morning, i no reeling in me committee
Is very. strong against the incurring of
debt, unil the report will go beyond even.
t'Mr. Coolbaiigh's NUgvestlon, allowing
the !laf to incur In time of peace ao
moru Jadebtudness than ?2.W,(KX). Five,
per cent, or thu assesied. value is the lim
it alluVcd to cities, counties, and towns.
Any other ludubtednaa 'eonlraeted n In
tlm of war or civil conim'oUo'n.'U.tot b
.utoa for that purpoea only; and In case;
it shnald not bu fully exreude. must he
anrdletl le thai discharge of
the Inslobtodnea thus eoutraeUd.
TOWX AND COU.tTV OUOA.MZATIOX.
The commltte ou town and county or
ganizations has hod a number of peti
tions, nut i Iocs not propose to maxo so
many changes as has been generally ex
lutud. Tliu only point upon which
they all agreed is, that the removal, of
county seats shall be made more, diffi
cult hf accomplishment, Tho members
nearly all favor a requirement of a two
thirds vole for sucii a purpose. Thu
proposition to erect any city Into a
county when It shall have rcacliod 300,
000 population Is also favorably cousldor
d. It Is urged that the police regula
tions of such a city have nothing In '
common with a rural population, and
should not bu mixed up with it.
The committee on future amend merits-
have agned that any future convention
shall suuimt its worn to mo people
for ratification or rejection, at a special
election to bu called for that purpose;
also, that. (hu Question of calling a con
vention shall be mibhutted to the peo
ple at an,e(ertlon called for the impose;
Ills propuse. J. jilio.do prepare a form of
oath, to be takouby thu members when
ussembllng, -which shs( be obligatory
upon them. The particular form is not
agreed upon. The: proposition meets
with much apposition, and may not he
Thu Springfield Slate 'Journal' attacks
Mr. Hnyos, of Cook, as being our o( the
12 who voted against Mr. Cameron's res
olution of yesterdnyt with regard to the
propriety of tho convention rescinding
thu rallllcatlon of tho Fifteenth amendJ
ment by thu lato Iwglslature. That
paper is about as noar rlghtas usual, Mr.
llayes having been at the time in Chic
ago. How Maximilian Dictl;'"
Tilts Iiuperlitl Vlctlm of tho Hg-
KtHl ltlllllll!UU( of Jf OVlfl).
rr':u tlt (Jnorl.ro iMiiro) C'urr'i,i Iiu.ih nf lb
Xw Vurk Tril'ieif.)
From Las. Campnuas Maxliiilllun with
Mlrumon, MeJIa, Prince tialin-Sulm and
othen, wero taken back; Ui tho ulty and
Imprisoned slxorsoveu days In the old
Convent of Thoreslt. Frput thence ho,
wth Mlramninnd Mla, Went to tho
old monastery of Los Cpunlcaos, and
there remained under guard while thu
court martial decided their caso, until
tho 10th of June, thirty-four days after
their capture, when they, went out to
die. Maximilian persisted until tho
last hour In the hellcf that the bare-rooted
and ragged Hepublicans or Mexico
would not dare to shoot a I'rlnce of the
House of IIapibjurg.Iorralno, snd one or
the J'Lord'a Aunolntt'd' Hut they
In company with Senor Duenas I rode
nut to see the spot where the, three met
their death On the north-eastern slope
of.theJow rocky hill side fAelng the city
arude'barrler or adobes hail tvren thrown
up tosttfrflhe bullopVAiiid hero tho car
.tiftgo.itopped. General, Kjoobeilo, with
inptlou of tli hand, i directod Mnxl
nlllaif Jo cpme down friw puipet Km
peror, uuaceustomed to Vttch. treatment
from those he looked oh ,as,. dust or tho
partly gaye ,;h1m, ft look of doubt
which dually changed to'-a soowl, de
scended hesitatingly, and walked' mo-
cliaulcally toward thoBUtnmlt or the hill.
Mlramon arrived next, and seeing that
Maximilian was going wiong, called
him back. They stood at first with
Maximilian In the contur, hut the posi
tion was changed, and whou the troops
drew up on tho hill below to fire upon
them, Muxlralllau stood on the west,
Mlramon next, and Mejia ou thu east.
Maximilian, from a repugnance to touch
ing the hands of common moil, had c in
fracted the habit lit Mexico of stand
with his hands behind him, id
iu this position ho stood, mid
Haiti something inaudablu to
the spectator to Mel I a and Mlr
amon. Then commenced n hitter, ramb
ling and Incoherent speech to-Escobodo
not the words at all which havu since
been ptu Into his mouth, about buiug
willing to die ror tho good of Mexico
hut was stopped mid told to face the
muskets. Mejla stood witli his arms folded
Miramon holding his written defense,
nuil Maximilian with a cross elevated in
his right hand, when tho sharp crash of
tho volley came, and all
thrro rolled, upon tho ground.
Mejla and Miramon died In
stantly, but Maximilian repeatedly clap
ped his hand on his head, as If Iu great
agony, and died with a great struggle, as
the echoes or tho muskets' died away
among the canons or the distant Hierru.
The ground which but n few short
months ago was torn by cannon shot,
trampled by contending armies, and
drenched by the blood of Europe and
America is now covered with corn-field,
and three plain wooden Inscription of
nuy kind and mounted on a rude pilu oC
stones, which alone marks the spot
whe'reon'Was enacted tho last scene of
one of the most tremendous dramas
with a cueor uiiil.
Nkw Yoiik, Jan. 10. The elopment of
Rev. Horace Cook, pastor of tliu Mouth
Street Methodist Church, witli Miss
Martha Johnson, crentes intense excite
ment In the church circles of this city.
Mr. Cook was for about eight years pas-
.tor of n church iu Mamaroiieka, wc1 r
Chester county ami came in tins city on
ly eight mouths ago, when he luiiuu
dlatelv trained numerous friends by his
,'klud manners, eloquence and learning.
no lia been married sixteen years m
a most devoted wife and has a son nam
U Baldwin, fifteen years of age, a prom
ising lad. Mr. Johnson, the father of
Martha, la one of the trasteoa of the
ehHreh ; wealthy and highly respueted.
Martha was only a school girl slxteon
years of age. and was about to graduate
in tne i weirtii street ruuno cuoi.
uh. wiiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v nrriimiillMlit'il. IihIiivih!
by herparenti and brothers and estoom-
edby her teachern. A more than ordln-
td by In
macv had been noticed between
her and the psstnrof tho church, to which
she had only been recently converted;
but the girl was always so innocent, that
mi particular suspicion was aroused. Tho
whole.of last week Rov. Horace Cook
feigned sickness. Op Thursday he sent
his family to chnrch to attend a lecture
and, soon sent the servants. He excused
hliusclf from attending, pleading sick
ness. It was said thaihe sent his trunk out
f his parsonage. Ou Friday ho left his
house ompty-hauded,and told hi wife he ,
would he lioino at tho evening service. 1
Sluuo.that Uinehowoverho has not been
seen. On this ame Fridny morning
'Miss 'Johnson said to her friend Miss
Dome on leavlug school "come homo 1
wilhme; "I am afraid," said Miss Deroc '
"Is not that your jator standing there?'' ,
"Oh, ,' said Martha, and saying that
she lolned Mr. Cook. Since then noth- 1
lllgTias been soen of elthsr party: but ,
to pareiits or me gin aru conviaceu
that sho did not willingly go with thu
clergyman, forall herolothes wuru home
alsu her trinkets. Sho wont oil' In her
school Hress, without chance of cloth
Inc. Tho charge Is now openly brought
jtgAhist him that ho has abducted the
girl against nor own wisti ami ilusfri.
Saturday Mln Martini's father received
thu following letter:
"I lovu Mattle. 1 wilt enro for her ten
derly, lovingly, Inconsistent as it may
appearwith my present conduct. I ask
for no mercy, but am ruudy to part with
my lovo for the possession of tliu woman
I adora.. Poor Conk I" Mrs. Cook re
ceived the same afternoon a letter from
tlio miscreant In which liuays; "lam
a lost man; you will never urn my face
again. 1 kopu Haldwlu will bu a better
man than' his father." The poor woman '
la m distressed that physicians , fear that
uraiu fever may set in, miss Marina'
brothers threaten to shoot the 1'ustor at
first sight. Said the father to-day: "If
a midnight assassin had come into my
houso I could have dufciiried if; hut the
pastor of 1113' church, the minister of tliu
Uospul, to steal my child is in ire than 1
The uttiilr creates intenso excitement
in Methodist circles, which Is heightened
by riinorik' that lie had cenimltted sui
cide In Canada. This, however, Is not
confirmed; ou the contrary, It Is more
Mian prpbablo tliat bot.li left ou tho Eu
ropoaii sluam'er on Saturday, as thu let
ters above mentioned Were posted In this
city on Saturday morning.
3FrpTij tli Uim-iimsti iy.uluUtt.)
The sensation of tho day in New York
is the'elopoment of the Rov. Mr. Cooke,
a popular 'Methodist , preacher of that
city, with a young and pretty school-girl,
a Miss Johnson, aged but sixteen years.
This Ujttiiothur Illustration of the beset
ting sin to which In all ages ami coiin
trjca thpao who occupy; the sacred desk
seem to havo hsou addicted; It Is not
difficult tr' ifocount for the Clergy being
given to)!) Is particulsr frailty to a degree.
exceed httf that of other, classvs, Hy
thetrHiOcuhatlonH they are thrown moru
thu,jr other, jjlua Into female Hocletv.
Thay.nre'ullowed by virtue of their pro
fession Vreater liberty of in teroouse tliau
,1s vouchsafed to others. Jioiug exposed
to greater temptations lu this regard, it
might be supposed that they would bu
fortified with more moral principle to
resist than Is possessed by.the men of
thu world. Hut It does not appear .that
they are stronger in these contests with
evll-wlth the world, the flesh and the
devil than others who have not taken
upon themselves such solemn vows of pu
rity and godliness, Tlio clergy, perhaps,
oftenor fall under this besetting sin be
cause they are cut oil" in a measure from
other vices and frailties. They can not
Indulge in strong drink, frequent had
places of resort and have qUcsllouablo so
ciety at home without almost Iminediato
detection. Tlio corrupt wmong them,
therefore, fly to that crime which la in
its nature thu most secret and dlfllcult of
detection. We can thus easily eo why,
If clergymen must fall from graeo, It
.should be in tho company of a pretty
female sinner, lint wu should certainly
like to sec fewer of the sacred fraternity
fall in tliat way, and we hope these scan
dals will be less frequent than they havo
been, both for the cause of morality and
of thu Cliurjh.
A llomnn'tic Incident.
NomcthliiK About (Jntcim A Tri
umph ol '.ore Over Iiupc
Tho editor of tho Oskosh (Ills.) 'Times,'
on tho recent visit to Galena, camujii
possession of tho following romantic in
cidents of "early times out West:"
"The name Galena wus given to thu
settlement by a Dr. Mulr, a Scotchman,
educated at Edlngburg, of whoso life In
the wilderness we give a somowhat ro
mantin hut authenttlc Incident. . While
Mulr was surgeon at Fort Shelling, lie
was visited by a handsome maiden or
the Fox tribe, who communicated to
him her dream, which was to thu. effect,
that she had seen him unmoor her canoe,
paddle It from the other side of the river,
and come directly to her lodge.
"Sho knew, according to her supersti
tions belief, that ho waH to bo her hus
band, and of course fluch a prophesy,
soon works out Us own fulfillment. Mulr
was truo to his attachment until tho
sneers of his brother. ofllcers inadu him
ashamed of It, and, us he, was Uien or.
dered with thu !ompaiiy to Uellefon
tulne, a fort Just below tho Junction of
tho Missouri und Mississippi, he took
tills opportunity to get rid of hhj.dark
eyed ji.artuer, not thinking she could
over find him, or, If shec6uld, sho would
have It In her power to follow him. Hut
love trlUmps over Impediment. Witli
her Infant child tho Intrepid 'mother
started alone in hercanpc, and peraevur-
ing iiirougu an uiiucuiues, saieiyai lasi
readied tlio object of her heart's Idola
try; but so much had she undergone in
mind and body, that, to us her own ex
pressive phraseology, laying her hand
ou tier breast, "When I got there I was
" perished away so thin I"
"After a Journey or about nine hundre
miles for his sako. the doctor could no
longer withstand her devotion, and, to
avu further annoyance from his mili
tary friends, ho threw up his commls
ion, and commeuoed tho practlco of
his profession at Galena. His wife al
ways presided at her own tnblo, and was
respected by ail who knew her, but sho
never relinquished her natlvo dress.
Dr. Mulr d'ed suddenly, and left his pro.
perty Iu such a shape tliat It was frittered
away iu law, and thu result was that tho
widowed mothor and her two children
were loft penniless, and, lu an effort to
reach tho resldenco of Governor Clark,
of Missouri, perished from exposure and
, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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fnnnipMirr unlit of i vcm ilMi' will, .ui.l iirtKtu.
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r.jiiuiivi- ur iitiiirn?, nnr hurlnii iufvruul
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Cairo, or lijr Hit,iiri up rltirnr iTui'vl itulimu lu
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llu- u,Hr writmiiil In lli' mii.t meitpiHP, wi will, a.
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t tviiiIiif, lo tli k'h.t lut'ilcr, for cit.li. at llic cuurt
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fur lli' ri'llM jaili-n u l.c xllnl'l-nf llic ki, j.r.'liil.n..
tvaasA iietiru, Atioriipya rur
JOHN H. JI001IE.
CIIOCERIKS, lilQUOIWit TOBACCO.
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