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LL1HOIS UENTKAL 11 A' ".ROAD.
TIUI.V'I lkive Cltiio '
iiallat.. ... lS:ln.ni.(v. Dally.
Kiite.e ,.,..2:.1u'p.ui., "
Freight a 4M a.m.,.. .except Sundiy
Frelghtat ...U:M a.m...... '
Kreirflit at . 4:00 p.m... . " "
All Ml VI. it CAtllO.
a.illnt . - ....t 30 n.nt.,. Jlally
Frres-nl, ..-2:05 p.m., ....exempt Sunday
freight at .. .7:M) a.in.,....cxcept Monday
Freight at ....l":0r p.ni.,...oxcrt Sunday
Freight at 7:00 p.m...... "
IM n-17-tf. .Itxin JonysoU, Agent.
JIIK CAIRO AND V1N0ENNE8
RAILROAD.!
II A .M.I
i iftr..
AlltO TO
INt riNMI ARD LOUIS-
vn.i.i..
i On nnd nficr.luhoVTlh p"i-.ngor train"
will run dally except HUndj)-, ai lollowi f
MOINO Koiiru.
Cairo, leave 6:30A.M.
Vienna, arrive.'. TStl " ,
HirrUburtr, arrive. , .-. t"
Norrl City, arrive 10:18 "
larml. arrlvo .....lUiV) "
jriyilllc.airivc .. .USW "
Jit. (. armcl.urrhu ',. 12:10 v. it,
Incennc. arrtu- -.-J .7. 1:10 "
" I'nlon Depot, arrive-,... 1:20 "
' ' leiVc, 1:10
. iiit'niibtl. mite ,. x.M "
i.otutilllc, nirtvc oVO
tioirtc ooriii.
(alro. arrlvo.... -.rt iT.....10:!r. r,
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NnrrlM.'lty, nrrlvu
Cur in I, nrritr
urayvMIe, arrlvo
Mt Carmel, arrive ,.
luccnnci, leave
" L'lnon Depot, leji'f
. ' arrive
i Inctnnitl, h vici. ,.i. ..
1-oiihuilP, leave
. i!:4.'i '
. S-.:so
niN) a.
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M.
At annl with t. Loul and Southca-lcrn
train, to ml liuMEvaiuiille anil polntii wot;
l.caln Cain i . BW) a- m.
AnWlnln i;ain)llk- a ' f. .
Lcaum: ' ... MiW
Artivlti? In Cilni..... lo;a
At luccnnws with Uhlo ami Mllilppl
rallaay for Cincinnati ami loiilrvllle, and
nil pomts ra-t anil went; ;wltli Indianap
olis and inconnea railway lor
Indlsuapollt and all point north,
tart ami wast-, with Evan.rllle and Craw,
lordtvillc railway for K anvillc,Terra Haute,
larnlile, Chicago and all polnti north, can
and went.
At Norn City with tbo Sp-lnaflcld
aot lllliolouthat:rn railway for Miaw.
ntetown and .Springfield, 111., and points
north.
At (.alro with the MUsI-'IppI Central,
and SI jtillu mid Ohio, for all points soiitli:
-vllh( alro, Arkan.au and Ti-xn.,fr all jiolnt
In Ark..!iuk andTexa..
UOUWU CITT ACCOUlIOt'ATIOH.
I..cs Cairn 12:20 I'. M.
.MouudUty ... . 1J0
M. II. GoOMUCIl, Uen'l Ticket Ag't.
TIME TABLE.
ST. LOUIS IRON" MOUNTAIN
AMi.SOL'THKItX KAILU0.U).
Omnlbtis arrive at and depart lrotn the
cRire conirr Seventh .treet and Commer
cial Avrntie ' follow
Tcvan Kxprci. itac 10 a.m. Arnvc
2. H(l a. m.
( liirli'ttnn Acrommodation leavex 10:30
a.m. Arriwi 0:l.ia, m.
(;,lumlju Accomodation travct 4:00 p. m.
Arritea lJl p. m.
TWEMV-fOtU II01IIH l.K-9 THAN IlY A.NV
OlIIKK JlofTE.
'hino from Cairo to I.Htli: KoeU 13 bourn.
To Texarcana S2 hourn.
To .li'irrnon, TVxai, 'ii houn.
To Mar.bnll 'JO liourr.
To SlireVI'pmt. l.olll.Uiin, SO Uum
To l)lla, I ox as m lmur.
To Hrarnr Ixa, i hour.
To lion-ton, Tixa.,4 1 boun.
lO (i:ilvO!tOIl. Tuxaii 44 liourf.
1). AXTKI.r., Chief Kni,'lntr.
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THE CAIRO CITY
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Mrt prepared to supply cuitomen
with the nost
PITTSBURG
ash
ILLINOIS
GOAL
i.eavi: oiipniin at
irrTlliilllduy llro.'d ollico, No. 70
Ohio I.i'Vi'f;
rrrHalllilay llro.'n 'Wharflina
. (EinAt KffJlitiiUi 3111Ih; lie
KJTAt thii roal ililinp, foot ol.
'riiirty-ciuhrti Mrcot.
lmi himmi to hm immi
DR. W. JiLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Buuert Dlpck (up Ulr) cornr 8(b Kite
nnd Washington .avunuu.
90-31.tr, OA1RO, ILLINOIS.
01. (5.
PLANTER'S HOUSE.
50 Ohio Lcvuc
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EDMUND HUEFNERPrier.j;
The Planter'
LOSimtOXIMJTY TO RAILROAD DE-
p;ots and steambot landings
udjn tlio Center of the HubiBcen Portion of the City. Tlio Hounc is new
andVcornplelo in ill lUappaintnientH. The roomr, mo laro and airy, bendcs
b"oi5g"clcguLtly rumish'cdandcaqictcd. Gucsta will receive conrtvou.4 treat
ment, and the best of accommodation".
'ransient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty'Watcli,'for Trains
f
STOCK
Offered for
him
GHEAT REDUCTI01T IN PRICES
HV
Cor., 8th St. and
D0MESTRJ8,
PRISTS
GfT.yGU.AMS,
LAUGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
AWNS, SUITINGS.
J APA Xl'JSli: a I LiVvr " siLic roi'LlNS,
ALPACAS, GRENADINES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiri.s, AlarsiUlles antla Jjargo
Stock will be sold at Actual
closed out.
Call and ho convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRIGTIaY
HENRY'S
The
.Mont l'omTful Healing
Kier DUeot erctl.
The. wnmKrfiil celorltywith which thii
omblnatlon of CAnnnoi.io. A:it- with
OTiir.u bootiii.no and ccuativk kmoi.
CMS !
Ileitis the Jliiht Virulent Sores and
UlciTS
koinctliliii:
1VI11 to tho marolon..
It l with pridr that tho rrourletorii call f
lention lothe gutif)lni: tact tlut
atl
HYHt'i NS GIVE ITLTHE HIGHEST t
MEADOfcVtj'flAISE. . i
Hid uu It and prescribe It In their practlc .
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Points to be Bornein Mind i
CAUItOMO SAT.V: positively cureJ tho
worst Korea, .
OAUIIOL1U sALMi Uutuiitly aUayi the
pain of burn.
UAltllOl.ICSAI.VK cure nil cutaneous
eruptions. it.
CAltUOLIC SALVK remotes ptiupln and
blotchei. w
CAltllOUC SALVE will cure iuts and
tnilc.
CAItllO ,I( SAI.Vi: rankaut the head of
all Sl Ch, olntucntn or other Hi'clinn I 'oin
pilllllllii, Ulll ilAh ACHIKVKII A OltKA'lKIt
IIKI'iL ATION AND HAS A I.AlKil'.K kALtM
than any ntlmr Mruilar pmi"ratloli '
tmtcuiiiomiU'Oua invention.
Nild c-verywere. l'rlce iVcciitii.
JON11 K. 1IKNKY, CUltUA.N .V COf,
l'rop'i., a ami V Co i Kcl'Jai-e, N. V.
J.T'Wtt
Q. P. WILLIAMSON, j
WHOLESALE GUOOER,!
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES3
7(1 Ohio Levee, ' ' 0AIU0, ILLS
No.
QTb'poclal attention given to
menu and tilling ordura.
comdgn.
11-itt
SAM WILSON,
IIKAI.KU IN
BOAT STOHES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc., . r
JNTo. XXO Ohio Iiovoo
CAIRO ILLS. ' .
I llllilll II Ml.
Agent
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TIIUKSDAY. JULY 30. 1874.
- CAIRO, IL.LS
Cll.l t 1 I
ouc In located on Ohio Lctco Street in
Day Boarders $20 ppr ilonUu
and Boats Day and ,2sfig"ht.
274 3-27-3m.
111 IHIl GOODS
Sale at
Commercial Ave.
S EEETOGS, , V
BLEACHED IUSLtis S
CRETONES,
PERCALES.
StouK 01 mobona. Tina enuro
Cost, and continue until it is
CASH.
00 7-8-tf.
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
r
ta
C
V
Keen cvorv thitiL' nertaitiiiiL' to tho
n
line ol Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Woodentvaro. Vciretables. Fruits. Ac..
c n
:
t dcut Lamp, Tit
Handsomest, het Coal Oil Lamp now
In use. It ronannic little 'oil and
Prodnrts'a bright clear lisht farprc
fcrablo to Kan, to sew or read by,
for doe not Injure the Em, full
td !e It., s '
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OAXBO, XZUXj.
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THE SCANDAL,
LATEST PHASE OF THE
NEST-HIDING AFFAi.
' ' .ii., .
Tilton Arrested on a Charge
, . -.of Libel.
OQit-L
V. s
BOWEN SAYS THAT BEECHEFl
CONFESSED ON BENDED
KNEES.
1
MIXED TO SHIELD 11EKCIIEK
New York. July '3 Tho nrrait of
Thtoa thU afternoon on a criminal charge
lor libel, Dm cteatod r. new tenatlon on
tho moil lematlonal libochef-TilloQ ican
dal. Urooklyn papen lnuod extrai, ncd
we ri galling them hero. Thit puU n
new np.ct on the cio, at it will transfer
it to the court), wbera mot ptople think
it ihould have been from tho lint. 'All
the facta must now come out. Carpcnter'i,
Bowen'i and iloultm vvhlenco It certain
to be produced.
It ti aiiertd that Suian Anthony, .Mri.
HtantoD, and other womcn'i rlgbti women
know ether molt
BEKIOUN C1IAIKH8
caibii litr.
i broucbt dp
It li solemnly affirmed that Mr. Til
ton bu bad no part, duoct urlndirtctr'in
bit arrit.
-It is tald Uanernl Ilutler will bs the
couniol to-morrow. The testation ,p.
peara only begun,.
VhlU the ge'ne'ral public arodiitrand,
and bav been from thu comrnancemant
over tba tarribU scandal, Ibay cay there
bat ton 10 much lying, eo much myitery,
and to much contrdctioa,'tbat tboy want
to te strict justico done between Mr.
Beecher and Mr. Tilton. Several pertonf,
not members of Plymouth Church, but
friends of Mr. Deorher, s&y if tbo cat
goes againtt him that be will destroy
himself ;.thjt b bat dlarud privately
long b'efora this scandal tbat'W beliovcd
h'icide jft nrrAuia
under certain circumstances. They fed
fiurej bViwoiild'not survive bit good nam:
tnai uonor is inr uearcr iu uini iosu me ,
that bo has never bad tho least fenr of
death. Many members of 1'lymcuth
church are; irillltf to fortivo Deocber
area If guiltyj whilo others are deter,
mined be shall quit tbo, puliit. Kvery
woman of tbo congregation is reported
to be strongly and unthoilatlically on bit
tide, whether be be guilty or innocent.
Tbey absolutely worship their pastor, and
are Utterly bottllo. to Titon. Mrs.
Wnnhnll avers that licechcr belioTes all
Tbat.lf sh could ezamlnobim lncuui.eun
would draw the truth from him. She tiya
thousaudi of tbo best and most intelligent
people bora nod throughout tbo country
bold bcr freu-loro doctrines, but aro
afraid to say so; that tho alone, hanttt
and candid, bas sufl'erod for ber honesty
and candor by tbo bitterest persecution.
Mho still threatens to speak unreiervedly
and without fear., Shu will probably b
tumoionod in court to tell her whole ttory.
A great demand bat sprung up within n
few dayt for'-Grifflth Gaunt' and Tilton'i
"Tempest Tosnsd," particularly tlncn bo
has declared the character Mary Vans
drawn after bis wife.
Tba publio teem to think tbo
tilton h'orxr.
founded on hlsownlifo and full of free
lovo sensation, though It really is the qui
eteit ai)i pnrw t of roniMice:, having no
connection with bis experience.
Tbo towals'fuliroriatartllng rumors to
night. All tho Indications aro that to.
morrow will be one of tbo most exciting
dayt of tho painful scandal, wblch threat
ent to grow darker and darker nnd more
and more distressing. It has bad no par
allel in this century.
tilto.n'b on.vio.v 07 tjis committzi.
It was stated yesterday evening by a
friend 01 .ur. Tilton that ho had given It
at his opinlun that during tbo present in.
vesication no uviduncu would bo adduced
calculated to convict Mr. Ueecbsr of the
irlncipal charges mado against him. He
elleves that oolv eucb testimony as tendt
to establish his innoconcu will bo sought
after, and thinks tblt it but what might
be naturally expected from the constitu
tion of tba committee, wbo aro all bit per
tonal friends. Their report be believts
will bo to the effect, that from the test).
mony brought before them, they foil
bound to acquit him, with the expres
sion, perhaps, ot regrot that tbey waro
not empowuroa 10 compel otnor witnesses
to testimony in tbo caso.
IIKKCHCU NOT TO TE1TUT.
The committed, it Is said, bavo coma to
tbe conculslon that Mr. Ileccber should
not be called upon to testify until
Tilton'n statement hat been ttrength
eod by something more than his own at
fidavit.
CAisrr.NTeit utehview.
The Urooklyn Argut to-dav orintt nnrt
of an lotervlow with frank 11. Carptnter
on tbo subject of tbo Boochor scandal.
Carponur says he was tlrtt brought ac
tively into tbo caso by lleeoUer. In May,
,1873, Deucber tent for Carpenter, wishing
blm to como laimoJlatoly to Brooklyn.
Beocber bad learned that Henry U. Hswon
bad reasserted to Carpenter tho charges
which bo bad formerly mado to Tilton
against Deocher, and which bo bad with
drawn In Ibe "tripartite agroomontj" and
that liowen bad said in tba pranunco of
Mr. r.. l. uouon 01 Mllwaukeo and Car
pontor tna. no am not with them to un-
dorttand that ba bad a retraction, needi
er wiibed Oarpentor to confront llowon
on these points..
It wat alio tald that tbo tripartite cov
enant wat to be made puO)ic Ho went
to Moulton'a bouio. lleoober wns not
tbero, but Moulton said ba wltlwd Car
penter to go to Bowoo'r rcMdooco with
(Jlatlin and Moulton. Thtiy went and
Carpenter reputed in prcsonce of llnwcn,
(Jlatlin and Moulton tbo statement! mado
by Bowen to himself concerning Ileechcr.
Bowen admitted all and Claflln nxpremi'd
hit astnnlibment that Itowon nhould
bavo told tbesa thlngt nftur tlgnlng tho
covenant. Claflln wat tho person whq in
duced Bowen to tlgn tho covenant,
llowon (aid ho protested agalntt making
the agreement publio. . Carpuntor.tald to
llowon that if tho atatnmonta worn untnio
bo ihould make a most 'unqualified public
but If truo bo ihould itand by
Jlowun hud tald to Carpenter that
Beecber mado a aonfossion to him on bis
kneel. Mr. Tilton and Moulton bad been
to.d by lloecher that tblt was a lio. Mr.
UArpvntcr tald to Bowen : "There It a dl
ract llu between you nnd .Mr. Beecber,
and forona I witnt to know tbo truth."
ClatHn thought Mr. Beecber ought to bu
present at tblt Interview. Muullon wont
to bit house for blm but did not find him.
Bowen oxprcised a willingness to meet
Ho6Cbir next day. Claflln agreed to ar
rtnro the Interview,
1 A fow dayt nfterwardi Carpeutor taw
Claflin, wbo told blm Beecbor raid .
'f "Thoro isn't forco enough In Brooklyt. to
..draw me Into a private Interview with
! Hetfry C. Bowon." Carpenter sayt that
i In bin business relations with Bowen thev
had frequo&t contcrtatloni regarding bit
dlt'.lculty with lioecher. Brown tald,
1 uoonner a irienut wantcu mm to ticn a
I . .. I . ....... L t
HuujJUi(; uotouieo. ueciariLg nil cnargxt
agalntt I!ecbcr untruo. Ho refusel.
ClaHtn thon urged him to at least to tlgn
a pspor withdrawing tbo charges nnd bo
consented.
Tbe Interviewer here inserts tbo fol
lowing note : Mr. Carpenter repeated to
tbo writer tbo aubstanco Of a conversa
tion wbicb took place between Mr.
llcccher and hlmsolf on Sunday, Juno 1,
I el ill, after service at PJymsuth cburcb.
Yi'u can only lay that the ttatomsnti
wbich Carpenfjr tayt Mr. Beeohcr mado
that evening are, if true, of tho utmost
signlQcanco and Importanco.
Mr. Oarpentor declares that be will not
mako public this conversation unUss he
it called upon to testify beforo tba pi ope r
tribunal.
It was during this Intorvlow that
Beecber told Uarpontnr that In case Tho
odoro would make certain disavowals bu
would tharo bis fame and forluno with
htm, and pour in subscriber to tbo
Golden Ago by tbo thousands. Tbo In
torvlow wblch Mr. Carpenter speaks of
occurred on tbe evening of tho samo day
when Beecber wroto hit touchier lottor
dated Sunday, June 1, 187.1.
Great tignlllcunco attacks to Carptn
ter'i statement, from tho card that Beech
rr't card exoneration Tilton from being
bit slandoror and defamer wai ;publlsbed
tbe next day, .Juno 2, 1B73. Carpenter
sayt Tilton had no vindictive lading
against Beocber, and tried hard beforo
publishing tbfl letter to Dr. Bacon to find
some meant by wbbh Beocher should Ireo
blm from tbe imputations cast upon him
bv Dr. Baton betora ho docidod to publish
the letter. Dr. Bacon tald to n friend of
Carpenter- If Mr. Tilton publishes that
loiter and l'lyrnouth churcb doet not reply
to it within twenty-four hours by a suit
at law against Mr.'Tilton they will bava
no case before tbo Christian public.
More of tblt Interview is to bo printed
to-morrow.
1'KISft COM MKNTS MORE TisTIMOJIV TO
COME.
Tho Brooklyn 'Union' hayt that not
half tho ovldenco It yet received by the
committor, .Moulton win bo invited to
testify beforo Beecher, whoso statement
will be resorved until the last moment.
Mrt.'Tilton will be again called, and, yoi.
tlble, Tilton,
MB1. TILTON.
Udward Ovington, at whose house Mr;.
Jliiuu 11 flopping, ayt tho It
perfectly calm nnd serono. Hho
read trie intorview with
Mrs. Stanton and pronouncod it nttorly
falto. Sbo had beon advied bv friends
not to mako any writton denial of state
ments lrotn such sources. Mr. Tilton't
children have gone to Mount Clair to her
friends.
The Brooklyn Eagle teyt Dr. Storri,
wbo iii now enjoying a vacation at Prince
ton, Mass., I. to be tummoned to testify
at to bit interview with Tilton when the
ilntotnent of tbo alleged otloiise of
Becchor wai made.
Beecher will not nppear before tbo
commltteo to-night or to-morrow night,
01 lid cannot testify satisfactorily to him
self or others until'ho has soon tho allegod
originals of letters bitten by blm. Hx
has kept no copies of any letters bo bat
written.
.Mr. Sage said to-day that to tbe bast
of hit recollection nothing was omitted
from Tilton 1 testimony In tho published
statement, and that be, b'ago, did not bear
Tilton testify to Bcccber't intention of
resigning, nnd stories to that effect aro
mere gosip,
Tho Express snys Mr. Tilton wan vis
ited this morning by u number of mem
bers of tbo press, but bis answer to nil
was : bavo nothing further to fay in
regard to thoense, nnd I declino to bu in
terviewed." Tho question was asked at to whether
bo Lad any statement to mako ovur his
own elgnaturo in refutation of stntomcnts
published, nnd hli roply wai: "I have
nothing to say."
LATltK TILT05 AltllEsTEO fOU I.I1IEL.
Theodora Tilton was arrested on two
charges of libeling Henry Ward Beecher
and brought boloru Justico Beilly of
Brooklyn, at C o'clock thit afternoon. He
wnt seated in bis parlor when nrrostcd
and treated tho matter with tbe utmost
contposurn. His ball was fixed at f2,lUU,
but upon bit giving his word ot honor
that be would appeiir at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning with bondsmen, he wat
ullowed to go till that timo on bit own
recognizanco. Tho prosecutlout am
based upon his recent statement arraign
ing Mr. Beechor. Ho wat arrested nt tho
Instance of Win, J. Uaynur, recontly
from Boston, whero ho bud a law ofllce,
llu is now a member ot thu llrroklya
'Argus" stall". Oaynor tnyi hit only ob
ject in causing the arrest it to bring out
all tho facta, Uroat excitement prevails
in Brooklyn, nnd the mutter it discussed
in nil tho leading Now York hotoU.
WARKAXT Or AKKKir.
titato of iNew York. Kings county, it.
W. J. Uuyuor of No. 3d tlret place, do
pom nnd iy that on tbo 'JUtli day of
July, 137 1, at tbo tald city of Brooklyn,
in tho laid county of Kingt, Theodora
Tilton did Inhely iramo and mako, write,
compose nnd publish in the Brooklyn
Daily Eagle,' u newspaper published in
thu city of Brooklyn, in said county, a
certain falso, scndaloui and libellous writ
ing of, concorning and against Henry
Ward Deucber ol tbe city of Brooklyn in
(aid county, of tbo effect nnd purport that
tuid Henry Ward Botobor bad confessed
to him (Tilton) and to one Mr. Moulton
that suid Beecbor bad criminal intercourse
or adultery with ona, Kll.aboth It. Tilton,
all wl'h Intent to scandalize and disgrace
aid llonrv Ward Beocher. Whereupon
deponent prayi tbut defendant may be
apprehended and dealt with according to
1 1W.
Sworn to before mo this "8th day of
July, 174.
TllOMAH M. lUlLLKV,
Juttlco of tho Poucu
Thu warrant wat alto tworn to, and tho
two gentlemen lull, .ludgo Itollloy band
denial
thoai.
no. isr
ed lbs warrant to Utile- Shaugenessy,
with Instruction! to sorve it immedi
ately. Tbo officer went to Tilton'i ro
tldencp, icrvod tho warrant and Tilton
accompanied him to thn court rnnrn. Th
Justico Immodiatoly took his seat and Til
ton atrrvio up to tbe henrli.
Mr. Tilton (smiling) i I henryou want
me, jadgo.
.lusilco Itdltey Well, tborolt acbargo
of libel hero agalntt you.
Tho afildaviti wero road and alio tbo
warrant.
What do you say to tho chargo1 akod
the Jutttce.
-Mr. Tilton, iJverytbing Is truo.
Justice Kcilley- Vc, but how do you
plead '
Mr. Tilton; Well, not guilty.
Boloro you tako tbnt I would ask If it
makoi any difference In regard to tho ease
at to bow I plead ?
Justko Bellley : You plad not guilty,
and ot course you am er-tltlol to an ad
journment nnd n liear ir...
Mr. Tilton: Not g'.'il, then.
Tbo Justico took llir plea, and at he
took It down tald 1 ' M r. Tilton you will
be here to-morrow morning at ten o'clock.
1 win allow you to go on your own recog
nlcanco. Tblt ondod tbo matter, and Mr. Tilton.
aftor asking if ho bad better have coaniel
in tbe morning, and being antwered In
the alllrniative, left the court room.
TllECOMMITTrr.
Tbo Becchor inventlgating committee
met again thii evening at tbe rendence of
Mr. Btorrt, with closed doori. and ad
journcd aftor a session lasting ovor three
hours, uniy one witness wat oxamlned,
but his name nnd tbo character of hit te
tnony could not be ascertained. The com
mltteo will bo astcmblod again and
continued tbolr inqulrlci to-morrow evon
Ing. DON'T BUY
t'ntlll you hate examined thu only com
plete and largest i"tock of Confcrtloncry ever
kept In Cairo. Evcrv dealtr ahould know
hu can buy Cheaper nnd lleltcr uoml wlicro
they are made, than from second hand deal
er., ucrucmiicr mere i niitono pi.ice to no
tbi'.
CANDY FACTORY
HOSE & TEMME
Manufacturer, Wholesale and
Botalt Dealers In
Confoctioncra Goods
No. 171! Washington Ave.
Cairo, Ills-
AT ONCE
Look loyotir interest and buy direct (mm
tho only Munufacturln:.' Confectioners in
Southern Illlnoti.
WAGON MANUFACTORY
CAIRO
J.LLXOIS.
I. P. (JAMIILK
WALL & ENT,
.Manufacturer- and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
CAIRO, ILLS.
PUPLAlt.UAK, OVl'KUa, ASH, OUM
AND COTTONWOOD, tiUll
FACI'.D I.UMHEK.
DUESSED PINK, AbH AND I'OP.
LAll FLOORING, OEILNO AND
HIDING.
JoTOlllce at caw mill 011 corner of Twin-ty-iecond
rtrcctntid Ohio Levee.
looK-'JI-tt
BSAL EltTAIE AOUU.
John n, lUriiun,. orl
J. O. HARMAN &. CO.
HOUSE AGENTS,
COIsLKCTORS,
CONVJiYANCKILS,;
NOTAHIKS 1MJBL1CS
And Land Agentu nl the Illlnoli Central and
llurliugtoii and MU-ourl 1U It. Cos,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovec,
CAIRO, ILLS.
ST. LOUIS JJNIYEKSITY.
THE FOKTY-FIKTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studlei In tbo
ST. LOUIS IT.NIYKltSITi'
Will begin on
.MONDAY, SKlTK3IlH.lt 7th, 1S71.
For Protpectus, giving termi, Instruc
tions to pirentt, Ac, Ac, apply to or
addrora
HEY. .IOS, (i.
ZEALAND, S. J.,
I'ruildunt.
St. Louis Unlvortlty, St
ai-7-27-di:w.lm
Louis, Mo,
C. WINSTON fit CO.
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Omo Lkvec, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
lluy ami Sell HEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXES
KurtiUhoM Ab.tracU of Title.
t3TLand Comufliidouer.
HERCHjiirn.
Z. V. MalliUM
B. 0
MATHUSS & UHL,
tonvarillujj; General
Commission Merchants,
Dealer? In
FhOUll, GRAIN. HAY AND
W'ES'lliKN PKODUCU.
Ohio Lkvkk,
Cairo, Ii.m.
Y, Stratton.
ra
STR.ATTON & BIRD1
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-i.Mi-
ommission'Merchartts,
Agents American l'owdcr Company,
er oaio zsrxr. cmijio.
PARKER. & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And ffcuoral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
A Ppcclalty.
Corner of fctli Street and VanUlnglon Ave.
Wood Rittenhouso & Brother
Gkseiim. C'oitMissio.v JnncifAxr.
133 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo.
U ,ATua.
K. J. Alt1
AYKR3 & CO.,
P L O D' B
AJfD
QENEB &L COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7fl f.RvncOmnnAiiui. Ir.rji.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
KOKWAKDiNU
Commission ir.ercliant
WllAHEAOAT l'nOl'KIKTOIl.
I'rcprcpared to forward all kind of
freight to all points.
t5rUiilnc-H attended to promptly.
II. A. Thorns
1m 11. Thorn
THOM3 li BROTHER,
Succcnosn, to 11. M.liulen,
COMMISSION AIERUBAIITSi BROKERS
AMD DnAUins a
tnili nr'rt Fnnry l.rocvrlra,
f orolgn and Domestic
FETTITB JISTID HJTTJTH
ISt Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO, - - ILLINOIS.
C. CLOSE,
(lEBEBAL
Commission IMcrchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plxstcr, llair, fee.
OHIO LEVEE.
tSTI will n il In car load lot at manulac
turcn prlcoH, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Succeor to Jolm B. PhlUi',)
Genej'al Commission
FORWAftO 1NG MERCHANTS,
Dcilcra In
HAY, CORN,
OATH, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, Jfcc.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder "Company.
COU. TENTH ST..fc OHIOLKVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dealers In
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, Ac.
AgunU for Fairbanks Scale?.
OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO ILLS
N. B. Thlstlcwood. P. J. Thlstlcwood
THISTLEWOOD &, CO.
UE.VEUAL
Commisssion Merchants,
Bo.ilem lu
Flour, Corn, Oata, Hay, io
No. IS OHIO LEVEE,
CAIROi ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successor to U. Hurd A. Son,)
Commission Merchants,
rf.ovB,uiiA.ix xx a hat.
No 63 Oblo Leveo, OAIBO, ILLH
WOOLCITS PAIN PAINT
Cure all kind ol pain. For tale by
IUHCLAY BHDS.
FINN a"nDMETZ
Sole agentu lor Alexander, PiiUikl, I'nlnn
and Masto countiis. Ul-O-U-Sin
COn MIAN I Off

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