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ILLINOIS CENTRAL llA'M'.OAI).
Jlailnt . ... H!;l5u.ra Dally
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VII K CAIRO AND V1N0ENNE8
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Cor Vishiutoa Av.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
llV AM. KINHS, IIAIU) AND KOl'T,
Mill and Var.1,1 t'0D!!".,:llth. H,,ccl
1 J nml Ohio hcveo.
WALL & ENT,
.MaiHirai tlirers nnd Dealun 111
GREEN AND SEASONED
LI MM It AND LATH,
I'Ol'liAK.OAK, UVl'ltUtl, ASH, (HIM
ANU COXrONWOiU), bUI!
DUKSHKJI VI NK, ASH ANU I'OV
uv, vwomnu, or.no and
KjTOnii'o at Baw mill on ennar of T'mi
ty.KCi'ond ktruet mid 01Ui l.uvuu.
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pirp iru nnii'mi iu nn-vi m" .i;iuiiunuiii.i
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l tfo prepari'd, Innvniy tmall plai'c liu
uiy Tia.i. all tlio proplu what lio can do. In
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Cor 8th St. and
LAHG-E STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
.1 A TAXESH SILKS, SI LK. POi'LlXS,
A LI 'ACAS, CJ KEN A J)J NES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Maivaillcs ami a Largo Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stuck will be sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
Call and bo convincod of Great Bargains.
TiERIVIS, STRICTLiY CASH.
wooiiOrrs pain paint
i nr. i ill l.uj'U ul p.mic. Kur rule 0y
It.VKCI.AY ItltO S.
FINN AND METZ
ii.lo a.eiiu lor Alcxainler, l'ulakl( I'nion
Ii. I i.'O'ii'.i". (il-c-ll-'Jin
HYLAND & SAUR5
And Iie.ikri in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of eu'ry decrlptlon,
Cur. 10th Street and Cmmnerclal Amiiuc,
Next door to tlio llyland Saloon.
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l!u.MMKi;riA!.,AVK.NUjulalut; nanny n.
Keepi the liet of Heel, I'ork.MiilInn al, j
l.amli, au:iL-i'. etc.. unit U niviiuled to 1
m.'IU' fainllles In a iuOcpt.iMo maimur.
NKW Y0R1C STUxtlfl,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTA1L.
liAUOKIIT VAR1BTY (TOOtt ItT THH CITV
OOOIW BOMJ VKHY OI.OtiB.
lorm r uf Xlueeiitti Htrectiii.il t'oia
O. O. VATIKU
DR. W. J5LAUW
Sudors I Ire), (uprtnui) urnr HI Ktro
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(iuesls will receive courteous treat
r.. i,n.,,i..n son Ar..i.
Jiij JWimiuiaQ-u iiLuuiu.
and Boats Day and Night.
10V OUIC .11
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Bristol & Stilwell
Keep dvory tiling pertaining to tlio
lino of Htajilo and Kancy Uroccric.",
Woodenwaro, Vegetables, Fruits, Ac,
TUti Oenii t dent Lamp, Tji
llumlsoiitfbt, best Coal Oil l.uuip no it
In use. It consume? llttlo oil uml
1'roiluciK a bright clear light Iur pre
ferable to kbh, to new or reml by,
for does nut Injure tlio Kycs. Cull
ami tee it.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
, nOTi. 13TI-I DTK
TT.I Ttf n I T 'IWHAV I
TILTON ON THE
CK0S.S.i:XA3IIATI()S 01' 1 it i:o
hdki: tiiiox iti roiti: tiii:
DETAILS OF THE CONVERSA
TION BETWEEN HIMSELF
Jle Iiaa no llonlit of III WlTc'n (Jood
ncfM, lint J'nkcs no 1'artletilar
.Stock In Her I'urity.
Niw York, July JO. Tho 'Trlkuno
furnlihci tho croeiexamlnatton of .Mr.
'i'i Hon boloru tha lleochor iarcttiallng
coinmlltta. It is prefaced by the lollow.
liii; Utter from Mr. Sago '
,Mr. Tilton'i direct lesllmoDy hsvloe;
boon published without tho knowlodgo or
content of the iaveitlgatlce; committee,
and framoatary nnd lnaccurato rcporti
of his tuitimony under croii-oxamlnatlon
having been publiihod by moans un
known to tho committee) and without Iti
coniant, whereby it Ii said Mr. Tiltoti
fuoU that Injuitieo hni boon dono to him,
It ii believed that in falrnesi to all parties
tli a wholo of Mi. Tilton'i toitimony
ihould bo mado public at onco.
II. "W. Baoe, Chairman.
Hrooltlyn, July i!5, IS71.
Tho tettimony makei ten columns of
tho 'Tribune.' Tho following nra the
principal pointi of intorcit :
In amwor to questions by Goncral
Tracy, Tiltoa tald ho could not glvo tho
date of the traniaclioni, which ho laid ha
wltntiied at Uacher' homo ut tho tiraa
of the exhibition of tho engravingh. liii
wifu continued to attend Plymouth
church attor tho traduction, but not ro
gularly. At the tuno he ciaiod to bo editor of tho
Independent, ho made dlitioct allegations
to IJowcn against llecchcr of tho vlleniu
ho had committed against him. A letter
was sgroed upon between tin-, and Uowen
demanding that liect-bcr ihould quit the
Tha examination proceeded as folic wi :
(Munition And was that agreement tha
result of bis statement of tlio clfemcn
against Mr. Beecher, which lie and you
know of ?
A, On the part of Mr. Iloccher''
Q. On your part ?
A. I made tine itatomoni and ho mado
tj. will you stale wliat otlcnfo you
Elated iigaloit Mr. lieecbor to Mr. llowon
on that occasion ?
A. Mr. Johnson having intreducod
tno subjtct to Mr. Iiowcn, mla to mu :
"Mr. Tilton, you J not as much of
i'ljmouth church as a Iirooklyn ,mjiur
sbauld, Vou do not go there. Why do
you not go ?
Q I hiked what olTuncei yi stated
against Mr. Beechor to Mr. Uown ?
A, I muit answer Tour question in
mr own way. 1 catno to tell you the
truth, und not fragments of tho truth.
Mr. U0T.n v, anted to speak more in tho
paper of Plymouth church. Mr. John
tonsald perhaps Mr. Tiltoa has n reason
for not going to Plymouth church, and
thcroupon Mr. lljwen was curious to
know the Teuton. I, in a solitary phroso,
said that thoro was u penonal doirestiu
ruaiou why 1 could not go tburo, oniiit
uutly with sdlf-roipoct; that Mr, ll.ochor
had been unhandsome In bis approaches
to my wllo. That Is tho sum and sub
stance i f all I hivo over said on this
subject to the very few people to whom I
bare spoken of it.
lieiug asked when he 11 fit learnd that
Mr. und Mrs. lieecbor had in any way
communicated facts to llowen which in
turned him in tho matter of hil ( Tilton's)
dismissal, tha witness said ho learned that
from lioacher himself, on thu day after
tho apology, on tho I!d, poisibly thu 3d, of
January. It was iu Moultun's room.
Uoecnur burst out In expression of sor
row, and said ho hoped tho communica
tion ho tent witness by Moulton wis satis
factory, lie then ur.d tbero told .Moulton
ha had dono wrong. Mot so much its oth
ers, refetring to bis wife, who made tho
statoment that llowuti ought to be un
made, and volunleortd to write a letter
to ilowea concerning the facts alio had
misstatod. Mrs. Tiltou had told witness
of viiiti of Mr. Ileeoher made to her, and
of testimony she wanted to got. Mrs.
Tllton spoke a number of times of tho
onmlty which Mrs. lleochor had for some
strango women connectod with
Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Tilton's mother.
There was a conspiracy betwoon Mrs.
Morse and Mrs. Ituocher bolero Sep
tember. The truth is, Airs. Tilton's con
(eksieii whs made also to her mother, und
tha mother naturally wanted to protect
the daughter, and she made n kind of al
llenco with Mr. and Mrs. llocchor, and
took a share in it. There was a desire on
tholr part to protect Mrs. Tilton. Wit
noss' retirement from tho paper was duo
in some way to Mr. and Mrs.
lieecbor, and tho witness wns very Indig
nant against lluwon. Mrs. Tilton said
tliut unless tbero. was sumo reconciliation
between Boucher and her husband her so
crot would be exposed. She begged tho
witness to have ha interview with Meccher,
and wrote to that effect. Tho solo pur
pose of that Interview was that Mrs. Til
ton felt that lisechor and tho witness
woro in danger of a collision, for her
eake, at his requsst, It took place.
Tilton's dismissal from tho Union was
two days after that intorviow. Tho Inter
view had nothing to do with It.
Doing wkod why tho dlllicnlty with
Bowon would not involvo his family
secret, which ho obtained from Mrs.
Tilton six nionuis uetoro, witness said It
was not through foar of my exposing It.
Mrs. Morso and Mrs. Heochor were lomo
times in collision, and Mrs. Tilton alwnvs
mado bollove tnat lleochor know this
secret till Docombor, when 6ho told me.
1 took for granted, all summor long,
whut ebo bad told mo nnd what (ho had
told bar mother, ana I suppiou that M-.
llocchor was co-operating with Mrs
tj Did you not complain cf Mr.
llcachor for not aiding you to remain on
A. Ho, sir; I would have scorned It.
Tilton said ho nover told Samuel Wil
ls Won that llocchor bad not bufrlsndid
him la that matter, but Jor being unjust
to him, and saying ho ought to bo turned
a int n v A.DXTTirG-ro3r
ULY 'IS- 187-1.
In his furthor testimony tho nitnois
said ho accepted thu apology lieecher
mado, nnd lorgnvo tho ollenso with as
much largencix as ho thought it posilblu
lor n Christian man to assume. His rela
tions thereafter with llocchor were not
I friendly, but not hoitlle. Thuio woro re
lations blvh Moulton forced with un
iron hand. Wllnois had taken palna tu
I have it appear in all quartum that Iluochor
I and himself woro not ho.ttllo, and Hup
, prum J hlmsoif and doniod It many times.
In doing so ho uovor stated tho otl'enso of
Mr. Ucechur to Or. Htorrs. fjhowed Or.
Starrs a letter which Kllzaboth and him.
self wrote, and which ho still preserved.
Old net charga llocchor with any nllunse
at all. i:ilr.abetb staled that
To a question how was tho offense
slttid, Tilton replied It bagan In this
way: Th .t on a certain day In the sum
mer of 1870, sho had Informed hor hus
band that Mr, llocchor had asked her to
be trui to him, together with all that
thts Implies, fit) a was Tory anxious to
make It uppcar that sho dtd not accept bis
propostlon. It was a pcrlcctly correct
statoment. Witnojj road tho statement
to Ilcochcr, who objected to it.
liu prepared a resume of bis rotation
t Uowen, in which Elizabeth's Iuttor
was stated us woll njtho lotter of apology,
which ho put in, not wishing to mako tho
otlonio moro than that ho was solicittous
not to have the work of tho caso known.
This was also sent to Dr. Slorrs, to whom
witness wont In gruat distress, wanting
( Did you got oorroct counsel I
A. Yes. It was a statement nocessary
to bo mado afior Mr. Woodhull's state
mont,and I was out of town, and tho thing
had tilled the country, and licccher had
taken no notico of it. It was sevon or
eight days old, and I went to Dr. Htorrs
for counsel, Uo aikod mo about tho story.
1 said, do not ask mo for that. Ho said,
"Give mo somo facts by which I can Judgo.
Give me that which can be proved." I
gave him the account of my affairs very
largely about Mrs. Woodhull and so on.
Tho origin of that document was a seek
ing tor something that would put botora
Iho public a plausible answer to Wood
hull. That, by a chain of tacts, wo might
perhaps explain It away, I reid to
ileechar, and he burst Into a long sigh,
and saw that he would cr could not stand
upon it. Elizibclh burned cr toro It to
Q. Why did you abandon tho docu
ment? A. llccause thcra was no success in it.
( Why was it not becauso bo did not
A. Beciujo ha did not accept or reject
it. He wanted no statement to bo made,
and to tho tiling was burned.
i. Have you not trcquontly assorted
tho purity of your wife.
A. No; I havo always had a strange,
technical uiu of words. 1 havo taken
pains to say sho was a dovotcd Christian
woman. That necessarily carried Iho
other. It was liko tho statement I carried
to Dr. Storrj. I do not think ho caught
tho idea of that statement as bo took it. 1
did not think it covered the wholo. 1
bavo said Klizabelh was a tendor, delicate,
kindly. Ctrutian woman, which 1 think
i. UftTO not you stated she was puro?
II. Havo you ml stated that s
as pure as an nugol '
A. No. Mr. Halliday says I said
that, lie asked mu in Mrs. Umdtbaw
presence whether or not I had not
said that mv wife was as puro as gold.
lio, J said, Mr. Halliday, because the
conversation to which by alluded
was this. I said, "co and ask Mr.
Ileechor himself, and hu will say lhat sho
is as puro gold. It is an expression wuicu
ho used. I havo sought to give Elizabeth
u eood character. 1 think sho is bettor
than mot ot us, bettor than I am. 1 do
not believe in point of actual goodness,
Uirrlng somo drawbsckt, ttiut tuero is In
this company so whitu a soul as Elizabeth
(J. Did you not stato that in substanco
to ono or moro gentlemen with whom you
A. In substunco, yes, and 1 state it
now; but 1 did not uio tba phrase that
sho had never violated her chastity.
(J Did not you say that sho was puro?
(J. Did you not use oxproiiions which
you intended to bo understood as moan
ing purity of woman ?
A. I did. There aro many ways in
which you can produco such expressions,
and I havu written this documeut to pro
duco thu same expression.
Tilton was next examined In relation
to Wiikison's statement, and explicitly
contradicted several points therein, stat
ing tbtt tho conversation botwuen him
self and Wilklson was about llowen. If
Wilkison commulcatod tho impression
that wlinoss ever wanted inonoy from
lleocbcr, It is falso. lieecbor has com
municated through .Moulton requests
that witness be assisted by him,
but ho would not tako a penny
of Uuocher's nionoy if ho suf
fered trom hunger or thirst, and said If di
rectly or indirectly Moulton tondorod to
htm any of Heocher's money, it would
break their friendship. Witness' com
plaint to Wilkison was that lieecbor had
boon unjust, not that bo had takon Ileoeh
or'u apology Hnd given his word that ho
would not kao blm exposed.
Q.Ig it your sontlmont that it Is an
offense for which ono man can apologlzo
to another ?
A. 1 know thoro is a code of honor
among genllomon that a man cannot con
done such an otl'enso, but I cannot son
wbatotlenso a man cannot forgivo whero
an apology is made by tlio persou commit
In roply to whethor Mrs, Woodhull
enmo frequently to his houne, and whether
bis wifodld not protest against her pres.
once, ho ssld Mrs. Woodhull was throo
times at his
house : onco to met Mr.
PiucruAi, WATcnMAKKU. Mr. J. J
SloUor, n practical and thoroughly com
potont watchmaker, has estab'Whoi hint
salt' in business at Ills residence, No. l'J
I .. ,t,n. , will tIin in all
V(Ueo fill VVl, ntu.w mm -
work tendorcd blm. Mr. fJtolzor being
under no expense, can afford to
work from CO to 100 por cent ehcapor
than any other watchmaking establish
tnont in tho city. All work warranted
to give satUfaction. Orders for work can
be loft nt Iho bindery In Tub Huu.ku.n
building. Mr. StoUor also keeps on hand
i a full supply ot all kinds of ilowors, ana
will take nleaburo iu fllllnc orders
I left with him. 30-7-1-lm
J. I. OAMItLE
I'litlll you have examined the only com
plete mid largest mocic orconrectlonery over
kent In ( aim. Kvnrv ilp.iler tluniM knnw
ho can buy Cheaper and Itcttcr goods where
they are made, than from ennil linmt ila.l.
r. Kcuicinl.tr there I but una pl.ico to dp
HOSE & TEMME
Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Hot all Daalon In
No. 172 Washington Ave.
I.ooktoyour Interest and buy direct from
the only Maiiulacturiug CoufectloiierJ In
MUST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. .Mll.I.nt, PrcMdont,
J. -M. PllII.I.Il'.S, Vice President,
CHA.-r. CUNNINGHAM, CVhier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
.States H'curltlca bought mid -old.
Interest ullowcd on time deposits.
THE CITY XATIOAL
W. P. HALLIDAY. President; -III.'NKV
i.. HALLIDAY, Vice President.
A. II. .SAKKOItl), Ua-hler;
ALTElt II VtiLOP, AoUtant Cahhicr.
STAATS TAYI.0II, It. II. CUNNINOUAM
n. L. H.VI.UIIAV, W. P. llAM.IDAV.
G. D. Williamson, Htkiuikn llntn,
A. 1). Sapyoiid.
KxclmiiKP, Coin and United States
ItomU ilought and Soli.
DI.'I'OHITfj reielvcil.aiiil u general banking
KNTHllPlllSK SAVINUS HANK.
I'HAUTEUKD MAKCII ill, ISO!!.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIUO.
A. 11. SAKKOItl), Pre-lilciit ;
S. 8. TAYI.Olt, Vlie-Picsldcnt ;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary ami Treasurer.
P. -M. IIAIICI.AV, (JHA8.GAL10IIKII,
r . .11. STOCKFLKTII, l'Alll, U. ."-CIIUII,
K. 11, CU.N.NINI1IIAM. II. L. H.tLLIDAV,
J, M. PlIII.LII-H.
INTi:iti:,Vl' n.alit on dotiolts at thu rate
ol sl per cent, ner annum. .March Island
aseptpniber 1st. IntereH not withdrawn U
added immediately to tlio principal of the
deposit.., thereby giving them compound
MAHHIKI) WOMKK AND CIULUHEH MAY
DKI'OSIT MONEY AND NO ONK KL8K
CAN DHAW IT.
Open every limlnem dav from 1 a. m. to 3
p. m., and antu.il.iy owning lor salines dc
poslu only, Iriiin II toH n'elock.
YV. HYSLOr, Treasurer.
BSUL EfSTA TB ABUUT.
.lolia Q, lUrnun; oil1
J. O. HARMAN & CO.
IRIEAJLi BSTA TB
And Laud Agent ol the Illinois Central nnd
lllllllugloli and -Missouri It. It, Cos,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levco,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
lluy und Sell HEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXES
Furnishes Abstracts of Tftle.
Z. D. MathtiM r r in.
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding & Central
b'LOUlt, OUAIN, HAY AND
STRATTON & BIRD1
Aijcuta American Powder Company,
e? oirw Lxmr:, cmiko.
PARKER So AXLEY.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
Corner of 8th Street and Washington Ate.
Wood Rittenhouse & Brother
General Commission Merchant,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
U .ATXIU. C J. A.YS1R3
AYER3 & CO.,
GENEHAL COMMISSION A1EK0HANTS
NO. 7H f.1IT.OnioOAI0. Il.M.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Proprepared to forward all kinda of
Freight to all points.
ISriluslncn attendad to promptly.
H. A. Tnoms x D. Toons
TUOM8 & BEOTHElt,
Succesosrs to U. M.Uulan,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AKD DBALXRa M
tapis skaA Faney UrooorlM,
r oral pi and DomeaUo,
PETJIT8 AWD ajTTJTa
184 Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO. - . II.LINOIH.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plastor, Hair, Ac
SjTI will tell in ear load lots at manulae
turers prices, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Sue-censor to John li. Phllhs,)
FORWABO 1NG MERCHANTS,
.MEAL, BRAN, Ac
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COU. TENTH ST. A OHIO LKVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, &c
Agents for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO ILLS.
N, II. Thtstlcwood. P. J. Thlstlewood
Flour, Corn, Oats, lluy, &o
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors toD, HurdA Boo.)
WLOVU.UHAIM ANI HAT,
No S3 Ohio Lotos, OAIBO, ILLS
II. WARDNER, M. D,
II. J. STALKER, M. .
uixt dooiud retldauca IU Coaomricisl Ave
to the AUieneuia, el-ie-t