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LI.INOIS OKN'TItAL HAKOAl)
niAlNH I.K 1 VK CAIIKI . -
Hall at 12:15 ii.in., I. .(Daily.
KXiiressa ...... 'J tfu. i. in
Krolghln ..4:0) n.m.,...cXCtpt blllulay
rreixiunl . . . .11:11.1 a.m......
Freight ut .. 1:00 p.m.,... "
AltlllVK AT CAIIIO,
Mall at !") a.m Dally
Krpruki lit .. ..S:0fi p.ui...... except hundiiy
Vrclglilal . : a.m.,....c.iepi .uoniiay
Freight at . W.oo pi xctept lltitfay
Hernial i aw p.m......
KiS-'MMI. JAMK.H JoilKHON, Aycnt,
VII K CAIRO AND VINOKNNKS
IIAILHOAD.
i ii t ... , timu
MliO TO . IM'IN.S AND LOUIS
II. I I .
On nml alter Juno "Mi passenger trains
.III run iiuli) except Sundays an lollows i
ubi.su .sou III.
'Alto, leave..,, 6:10 A. i
iciina, arrive tin
HarrWmrg, arrive , Was, '
.Sorrls Clty.arrhu 10:18 "
ariul, :unvp 10-..7) '
.ravv lib, arrive iliyv) "
Ml i urmcl,nrtlvf .', 12:10 i m.
inr-t tint n, MTlWi l:i)
" I iilnn Depot, arrive l:2i) "
leave I : tr "
ine'ntiutl. arrive , k.ik)
l.nuiiWIIc, arrive f (:. '
ClOlrCf! MJUTII.
( .ilni, arrive... ,,,,if-M v. M,
Iciina, arrive M't
HtirilkbtirjnrflVe ,,. 7:02 "
.SnrrlMUy, arrive n-M "
arml, airite U&l
lii'ayvi le, arrive l:Pi '
M t arinel, urilve IXl '
uremic , leive i:V
I li i 'i n llepnl, lean- ti:K "
' arrive .. 'J:B0 '
i iiiciiinitl, leave iinV) a. m.
I.iiiil cule, h-ive !:"
ro.v.NfconoNi.
At ( mii.l vvill M. I. mil- nml outlica-terii
1 1 Jin- loaiol 1 1 in i K vu iik IHi- ami point- nni,
l.raun. C -IM t:M a. M.
Arm in. In hi. Wllr .: I.'i i'. m.
l.c ..He VHU)
Arc Wng In ( .il-n lo.:tf
At Vllicciini;. with Ohio anil .Mlilppl
rallaay lor Ctiicino.ill ami (.oiiUvllle, ami
all points eat ati'l wet; .with Indianap
olis ami Vlm-tn ihju railway lor
litnUnipoll' anil all points north,
rat anil wet. wltli Ktnn.-villc anil Craw
loriUvillc railway for Kvnnvv tlle.Terra Haute ,
Danville, (. iiicairo ami all points north, cut
ami we-l.
At .Noirls City with tliB Sn-lnirlleld
ml lilnol oulhoustern railway lor Mutt,
met ji ali'l .sprimrtlcld, 111,, ami point
lurt.i. i ( n:ro with the .Ml--Ilipl Central,
i. n.I MoMV nml Ohio, for all Hlnt south:
v. it.( dro. ArkanMi uml Texjslor all point-
ii ikana- uii'l Texan.
MJUNI) C1T1T ACCOM MC1 ATI OK.
1-s.tcs Cairo 12:2fl M.
' Mn.inUltv. . .
M II. CtCKinitit'ti, (fen'l TrKiI A't.
TIME TABLE,
sr. i.oris mux .mouxtaix
AXDSOl'TimitX ItAILKUAI).
Omiiihii"C arrlvo at nml ilepart Iroiii the
olllfe rorniT fc'ev mtii trect auJ Coimiier
rial Avenue a follow 1
Tcvak Kxpreik leave l:(K) a.m. Arrive
2-;t0a m.
Chirli'rton Acoinxoiinlion leave l0:'w
u. tu AlHvei DM.'in. tn.
Columht: Arcrirnodallon leaven 4:00 p. in.
Arrlvet i-M p m.
rvVKNTV-VOlIt HOt'ltS LK-4 1 1I A.N JlVAXV
OTIII.lt HOITK.
Tune from Cairo to I.ltth' Uoek n hour.
Tu Texarrana '-"i hour-.
To .Icffi rnii, Tvxut, 2.' hnur.
To ilar-hall 2(1 hour.
To Mirevcport. l.oul(.m;i, V!i liniir-.
To Dal.aii, 1 1 xa. .HJ liu.
To 1 lc arm . 'leva-. ;w lnur.
'I i II u i jo. r. va, 1 1 hour.
To ( u ton. IV.i II hour.
1). Axtki.i.. Chief Kritflnecr.
t Ili.iji i.m iioi iu., AKtnt, Cairo.
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WHOLESALE
I
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tia
lU'u
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Cor Washinglon A v.
Sill NT.
T1IK CAIRO (MTY
COM 'PA NiY, 7
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Alii prep.il it lo tupply i ilaluincri
ttitli Hie iiu-t
PITTSBURG
ILLI2JOIS I
C OA L
i.n.vvr. ciiiiu:iih .i
JTir Iliillliluy llm.V. otll. o, .No. 7
Ohio Levee:
CTrilullliiav Hio.'h AVImrDina
EirAtlltcyptlimSillhior
SlTAt tnu i;nal uilliip, fnul nl
Tlilrty-clcliHiMieet.
Stiil Inductusnts to hr;e Consumers
DK. W. J5LAUW
GERMAN PIIVSHJIAN.
iuaers likcli (up flcor) fi n n HlL illru
nun wnenmni"" ivvvnuu.
Q.-31-tf.
0AIKO, ILLINOIS.
1 wm mwmt smwwiou
VOL. (5.
PLANTER'S HOUSLTMBAPHie,
50 Ohio Lvcc -
V
EDMUND HUEFNER, Pdpriet6r.
k
Tho Plant,
0L0SH PROXIMITY
POTS AXD STEAM
3C:
And, in tlio Cenler of the liuKine.'B Portion of tliu Cifv. Tlio Houco U now
and coniplclu in all its, appointments,
being elegantly furnished and carpeted
in out and the bc.it of accoi&imd:iti'jn..
Tran.siont (lupsts 2 por Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
tu i' i
MM I
Oll'orcil
aEEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
liV
Cor., 8th St.
and
DOMESTICS.
PRISTS.
GIXOJIAMS,
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
LAWIN'S, SL'ITlNdS,
.TAl'AESE SLKS, ' SILK POJ'LIKS,
A Ll'ACAS, O liEXADINKS.
LAIUiE STOCK OF WJIITE CJOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swis.-, .Marsaillos and a Large Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stock will be sulci at Actual Cost, ami continue until it is
closed out.
Call and be convinced of Great .Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
oo 7-s-tr.
HENRY'S
llic Mu.t I'micirtil lleiillii Av'i'iit
l.cr DiMOx rcil. I
Tim wciiuhirful celerity with which Ihl
omhlntition ut oauuiuiUO aciii. wltti i
OTHI'.ll J0)rill.NQ AMI Cl'IIATIM, KMOIfj'
kt :
iii'Hi I ill .uiisi iiruieni ,iuri"i unu
IJICI'IN
:9
1- Miinclliin nkiti tn the tuaivoloii
It i v HU initio Out the l'ronrlettir- e.ill
attention tn the gratifying tact that t ,
I'HYSWANSOIVK IT THH IIIGII EST
nut U'o It and pretcrlhcv
elr iraetice
Points to ho BorneiJin Mind
AltllOI.UJ SALVK. poiltlvoly eurei the
wur.t i-ore.
OAU110L10 ALE lutauUy.alIai the
pain of luirii".
u.Mtliui.li. .sai. VI. cures ail cuianenus
eruption.
cakuolic SAU 15 removes pimpieiann
ilotfhen. ' i
CAIUIOI.lt AI.A'K will cure euti ami
hnil-et.
CAUIIOl.K sI.Vi; ralil.h ntthe huail ol
ill ite. 1 1 i.t. uent or other llecliiu: Cum-
IMiumN, mil has Ai:im:vi.ii a din: tii:u
lli:l'll Allll.N AND HAS A I.AUOI'.U HAI.I
than any other Mimlur preparation nl
jiinteinporanonu'' ipvrtitloli.-
i)iu BtiTj were: ly uu rem.
.IOMI I'. IIC.MCV, OCHIIA.N tV CO.,
1'
opV., i uuil ti (; ..i te.I'lae.n, N. V.
-wit
no at KToitr.n
. G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE UltOOlt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ami Deulcr In
BOAT STORES;;
Xo. 7t! Ohio Luvec. CAIltO, ILLS
tfStTSpcclal atlentiou i;Ivcn lo
uvuU nml Uilliip ortUrs.
COIlhlKU-
11 -J tt
SAM WILSON,
JiK.M.Illt IS
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc. t
axro. uo oiito ijovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
C AIRO, .IXXS
HoU'f it locatJ on Ohio Lorec Street in
T0.KA1LH0AJ) DE
BOT LANDINGS
Tiie rooms, tire lnrie and airy, Wide
(!uc.ts ill receive courteous treat-
Day Ijoardor.s $20 jier Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
274 3.V!7.3ni.
1 1 in unv i iiiiiiv
III II II I UUUUO
for Sale at
Commercial Ave.
SIJEE21NGS,
BLEAOUED oMUSIJXS
CULT0NES,
PERU ALES.
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
00
g
T.
S-
V
4
C"3
I-
Keep every tiling pertaining to the
lino of-tftnple and Knucy Uroccno,
Woodi'iiware, Vegetable?, "Print.-!,
Ac.
tdent Lamp. Th
lauiUninri,et Coal Oil Lamp now
In uso. It consunios lljtlo oil and
l'rodtic.s aJirlL-ht clear lk'ht I'arnro
foralih! to l'ub, lo sow or rend by,
for flocH not.
injure tlio ,Kycs. Cull
uudjM'e It.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
4
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rOAIHO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. J ULY 81- 18T1.
Beecher-Tiltoii.
THE LATEST CONCERN
ING1THE GREAT
SCANDAL.
Meedier If minted by
the
Spectre of Impend
ing Ruin.
HOW THE
CHURCH
WOMEN OF
Liq
WORSHIP HIM.
rnocKKmxus i.v tuk
lij:l suit.
XI LTON
Mfcw Yoiik., July 'J,'J. A tlio Heechor-
Tiltuii ir.vestiyuuon goix on, public ftol-
iiii; tuti cnoru i.uj moro in Tiltuu'i (nvur,
uipt-umny iiucu iiwit vl tliu iiutv-'iitpuris
huru hitvu coLtiniml to dunoutiCu him,
with ana without caute, utid .inca the in
velli;ittln couitum.jo ujipor lo pro
juJleoJ nbin.t him. Tbo cour-n ot tliu
pre iu thlt city lut bmiotltid '1'ilton by
eicillu' lytapnthy la UU Lghhlf. It It,
in tho inuin, hbuied him for uvuryihltif;
tin hut or hiti nut Uono, 1ms cLnrgod bim
with fnUdhooii without proof, anil with
runny tint which liif friuml Ueclaro hu
hi iiBVur cuiumlituJ. Thoro who thouM
tooj by biu hitvj
m.Lt:; aw.iv
from bim, nml his oontonu'ln nlono
lnil 1'Jymouth church nnd tne most
popular pitor In Atnericn, with bii in
numornblo bo(t of ndviccrt, 1ib broug'.it
in mi y purioiii tn bin t.do. So farm nicer
UituMe, Tilton but ncviir hud tho rcputu
tion of n liar or mitlignnnt, nj hn b.ttn
recently chorfjd. llu Intluinto fritidi
for yenn xfor: Unit h is itrtctly rora
clout, wholly genUl, nml nover dUpostd
to ipenk 111 of anybody. Tho ttory of
Tilton' life-long boelility to liuccberj nnd
dutorminMion to dettroy bim, (nmn to
lest on no foundation, "llueohcrdid not
fUnd t nil Id
tilton's way.
TLiiiir pitthi lny dilTurunt. Their intercut!)
woiu uot iu common. Until Tilton' dis
covery cif lioi'cliur'n allved ittluctlon of
Mr, Tilton, Til'.on'n friends my bo bud
hucu n mod tnlhuiiaitic ULd ilovotul
frlond of bi pnilor, bad lovoJ him bettor
than u brothur. Sympathy with Tilton
doc not icvolvo hatred of Beechcr, for
whom ne&rly ev wry body appears lorry,
ovun tbuio bliovInu bim guilty. Evory.
wburo l beard : 'TbI Is .h inoit unhappy
nnd dlitrpsiin Ncnndsl. It it n profound
pity It was evor permitted tn nrifo from
tho Imprudeucn rnd ininnken .nal nf tbo
clorKymnn'. fri.nd.' Very many por-
nns say bis friends bavo ruined bim
that they
HAVE IIKKNtlAIU'l.nTH
from the beginning. Tho city prcis docs
nut ruprotent tho opinion of tho commu
nity. Your correspondent bm talked this
wect with many parsons in ditrorcnt Ha
lloas in life, hero and from otner eitm,
and liuds tbo foeliny largely on Tilton's
hide. Thusn claiming to know, say .Mrs.
Tillon left her husband tbo moment sha
know ho inUiided tooxpojo Iiuechor, be-CHii-e,
in her theological fanntneiem, she
imagined tbo cauto of rolipiou l'j ic-pre-entcd
by lier pnitor ; that, in stand
in; by him, even at the expAnto of dosert
jug bur hushand, she cunrcieutiously be
lieved she. did divine, service. Fow'per
tons outside of Hro)okIy n bit.i nny adc
quuto Idea of tho
wild 'woiccmi' ok Tin: uumkn
of that congregation fur Headier. Tliey
hold bim tu be a sort of Otxl-maii or man
Ood, luckpablu of doing any wrong.
They v.ould, morever, buliovo, beyond
power of disproval, that uny aet ot bu
must bu rigtit, merulj bocautu it was bis
act.
Mrs. Tillon is reported to bu no moro
absolute and uuroacuniug in hor taith in
him tliun hundred of his feminine parish
ioners. l-'rauk 11. Carpenter's roputation for
voracity aiuoug all his acquaintances is
uuinipuncbed and tinimpuuubublo. His
statomont menu with general cre
dence. Oliver Jubnion i.- much blamed by
TILTON S miKNUs.
They say ho had no fault to llnd with
Tillon until lie publiihud tho opon letter
to Dr. liacon, and thai now be pretends in
bavo dirtrusted and disliked Tillon for ibo
last two or throo day's. Scum of them do
not hoeltuto to acuuio him of turning
againel his old associate on ticcount uf bis
holding a position on tho 'Ubristian Un
ion,' ot which IJoecher is cditor-in-chiut ;
of butriiying friendship fur bread und but
ter. Mr. Woodhull vastly CDjoys tbo pro
sent feiitnllon, bocauo it brings hor into
public iiotico again, and aitvurtiioi her
Weekly.' isho reiterates that
UKKCIIKHTOl.il ltKltJ DISTKIl '
two years ujjo that be had lived u 11a lor
forty years, und Unit hu could nut now
beglti lo net Uio truth. Shu livers that if
bu would upuuly proclaim his Irea lovo
dncjlrliiu all leading roformoM uf tho
Couutry would rally imuind him. All
lieuehur Nvituts, ueoirding to her state
ment, i aenuino courage. 1 1 in soul U
free, but bis timid toliguq ciuiluves him.
Mrs. Tilton she pronounce, a pure, noble,
exalted wotnun, duiwtu bur yielding to
Ileucher, ana says tile should not deny her
luvu and its cousuinmatiun, but glury iu
thorn before tbo whole, world. I hero Is
good rouiou to believe) ,
um:i iikii has not
yot written onu word of bis prumlsfd do-
iriled btatement, uur will hu tins week.
All tho UlustruteQ papers this week aro
full of pictures of tliu ureat scandal, with
portraits of tbo leading nctors. Many
pamphlets on the subject aru iilruudy out,
and it is reported that morn than a dozen
compilations of tho unfurtuniitu uffalr uro
priipariug. nVluitoviir may bo ihu result
uf tbu invustigatiou, liuocbtr is not likely
to return to I'iymouth pulpit, however hu
may bo buiougbt. Hu is receiving daily
over one buudrtd letters, muBiiy from
women, eipreiiing sympathy with bim
in Ins htlllcllon. ItiH riipnrtod that h is
'snjrerinij' Intensely from escitument, and
that terrible. suieui'uis'TiniIiTg on him
plujnly. and painfolly' certain: Persons
jrrntuiidlng to prAlnhitd kriuHeifgii du
elnre that vt ,J,llf has, Jieen ii,,j u( im
grjutrjt ujalidal of Ihn age.
Ntw Youk. July 20 Tho third dli
litt court roiun lnlrulclyn was crow-
1
ded frotn an early hour this morning by
who wisricxj to bo present at tbo ox-
iinatlon of Thcotlore I'lltnti. on tbu
trgo preferred to by John J. (iaynor
cnusing to bu liuhllnhud libels on tliu
ltev. Henry Ward Uoccber.
, Mr. Tilton entered the court shortly af
ter 10 o'clock, accompanied by his counsel,
' oi-.ludgu',.S.imuel 1). Morrii, and n few
1 gentlctuon. A crowd nttornpted to fol
I low, but their being no room, lalo comers
, had to inntont themselves with glancex
through tho doors and window- at tliu
sccno insido. At tho time Mr. Tilton on
tcrcd Justice ltiloy was unpaged with tho
usual morning businoM, and motion the
' dittlncuishod defendant into bin titivate
i olb'cu.
Mr. (Isynor was preient from an early
hour, attended by a f.iw Kcntlcmou who
hold Ireipieut and low conversations with
him.
About tliHO Mr, ltiley's work was ills.
poied ot, und Mi.liaynur was rc-nueitnd by
iiiv jur,itu w nu'ji unu me room in wntcn
, Jir. niton was awaiting tbo
r.vLLiso or iiib cask.
Jintlco ltiloy followed, and n soon a bo
mentioned tho co Mr. Tilton said lie
oujeclta to private) examination, and an
adjournment wa takuu to tho general
cjurt rcom. Mr. Morris wai asked by
the court if hd had any suggestion to
make, and replied that ho had spoken to
the complainant about whether this case
was brntight by Mr. lleecher, through
him, and wai answered that hu took the
cam entirely ojt bis own responsibility.
Tl. ...,.l I .1... .i.'i i .
" wvunntji niuuu tutt tills caso BUOUIll
not bavo been callod to satisfy tbu crnv
ingj of public ccandal. He suggested thai
the mailer stand over until Monday next,
tbnt ho might take counsel with thurepre
lentativo of the people in this case.
(lay nor argued that Tilton 'had viola
ted onu of tho laws nf tho state, and It
was bis 'Oaynor's i duty as a citi.en to
bring bim into court to ansttur. Hu
thought ho had a public right to bring
Mr. Tilton hero for prellui'nary examin
ation. If tho difcndftnt chore bo could
lot his cam go beforo tho grand Jury. Ho
had coniul'.ed no person, was urceJ on bis
present course by no one, tut only ap
peared as a member uf the common
wealth. Kx-.ludgc Morris submlttod that there
was no object in viow by this prosecution
cjxcepl lo gain notoriety.
Mr. Oaynor wished to know if defend
ant waivuJ examination or demanded u
hearing, as hu wUhed to summon Henry
Ward lleecbor and some other witnesses
for examination.
Kx-Judgo Morris asked that the cnie bu
set down lor Monday next, as his client
wuJ uot prepared lor examination ; and
bexides, his counsel wi.hcd to consult
with the District Altornoy.
Justlcu Ulley then, botirpartles consent
ing, adjourned tbu bearing uutil Monday
next.
Mr. Tilton, nccotnpanied by counsel,
then loft tbu court, followed by a vaf.
concourse of people.
WIIK.V TlIK0t)0i:E TILTO.V
was arrostcd in his houtu last evening, lie
asked permission of Ihu utllcers to seud a
uolo to a trlend. Tbo request was
(ruutud, and ho wrote to Jumes U. llatcH,
businoks partner ot I'etroleum V. Uasby
and D. It. Locke, in th advertising
agency, and with the otlicor went into
Schermorhorn street to find bis friond.
iio bad ho engagement with him to rido
down tu Coney Island to dinner und was
aoxiuus to let Mr. lUtes know that he
could not keep it, and tho reason why. Ho
met Dales nnd explained, and aikort him
to call at Justicu Killey's court iu an
hour, and perhaps hu might bo ablo to gn
utter all. Ho taid bo was arrested, and
might bo sent to jail, fur all that huknuw.
Hu walked to l'urt Green with tho officer
and reporter, humming a tuno to himself
and talking about a ll tod ho saw in Pitts
burg in war Hum.
At the closo of tho proceedings iu the
court, .Mr. Tillon and Mr. ilnte.t drovo
down tn Coney Island. Whon they ru
turned last nig'ht, Mr. Tilton said i'l tho
complaint comes from Mr. ileecher or his
I'riendb, I irii glna of it, but if it is not in
honest prosecution it is very trilling.
Tilton tent word to ex-Judt:u Morris to
call on him this morning.
Gayuor, wbo brines tho scnmlal into
court", (ays: "How Una thing will ciuuu
to a climax. Hmry Ward Iiuechor,
Mrs. "Woodhull, Frank Moullon, .Mrs.
Tilton, and everybody, will have to testify
hero. Tli e committee could nuvor nikke
them testify. I don't know whether
lleeehor is innocent or guilty, but I want
to soe, and tho only way tn ion is in a
judicial tribunal. ' Uaynor said lie did
not know Tilton, and neither liked nor
disliked him ; but simply as u citizen hi
wished to bring tho scandal to n locus,
and help to crush it either in proving its
truth or falsity.
'Ihu Suu or this morning says; "We
aro nuthori.ad to state that Mr." Iiuechor;
full answer will bn made ac soon as t)iu
allegations and testimony against hiui
shall all b.avo been put in."
ItKKi HKlt l ALLS Ul'OX MOl'LTUN TO IK I.I.
ALL 111: KNOWS.
N'kw Youk, July :9. Tho Ilrooklyn
' Kiglu ' says :
Wu aru informed and authorized to an
nounce that Itov. Henry Ward lloeuher
has very recently written n letter to Frank
MiHiltnn, in which Mr. lloochor earnestly
aaks and adjures Mr. M. to go before the
cntumilteu and exhibit all ho bus and toll
all ho known with ruforoncu to tbu matters
in controversy between Theodnro Tilton
and Henry Ward lleeeber. TIiih letter
is declared tu bn long, explicit, earnest,
iinmittiikable and to Ihu illeit that .Mr.
lleeeber ha no wish and Mr. Moulton no
nllurnalivu, hut tor the latter tn gn boluru
the couililittiu and fully and frankly say
all lit) can cy forthwith. This.
miiNKsr L KIT Kit
of ri-iuest from Mr. Jlmuhor, coining in
with .hu request of the committeo it.ell,
will roach fur has reached Mr. Moulton at
Narragaiieoit l'ler, whero hu has beon with
bis wifo.
CONCLUSION 0K rAlll'KNTBK'B) HTOUV.
Tie 'Argus' to-day concLidus Carpent
er itnrv, ot thu dilllculty hot ween lieueh
ur and Tiltun.
The report ymterday oudud at n point
wliqio Carpoutur math) an tilliiriou tu
Ollvor Ji'hne'on's connection with Ihucace.
Johnson stated buforn the commltluu that
Tilton never charged Iu his hearing that
llceclior had been criminally intimate;
with Mrs, Tilton. Mr. Garpuutor Is wil.
IjiiK to stvear that his Urst ahsalit o con
viction that thoro had boon ndultpry be
tween lleccher Mid Mrs. '1 illon was
derived from tho statement of Oliver
Jphnson to IbAt ellect.
.Mr. OarponUr continues . "I cap provo
that Oliver Johnson used thewo word.:
"My lips nro sealo I by n Hnleinn promise,
but If I should ilisuliwu what I know tbu
roof of Plymouth Church would come
right t.l'."
Another time Johnson mild to mo; ''1
know i groat do ul moru about tills easy
NO. J88
than you do, and what you know is
enough. Carpenter lays b
Alt'OVll'ANIF.I) TILTON
when hu went to Dr. Storrs' for advice
and tho latter said : "Dr. Htorrs, I como
to you for artvlco in regard to proper ac
tion to ho taken by mysolf In reference te
tho statements made In tho Woodhuii
letter."
Dr. torr replied; "1 hnvo not read
the stntrmont ninili hv Mn vt'.iu..n
but If you think It of mtllcient import-
mo u iiiurit nttuillion 1 Will 00 SO. Jilt
Htorrs road Woodhull's story, and a few
days later, whfn Tilton visited him, laid:
'Mr. i'llion, I bavo road this paper care
fully, and If tbo statements aro truo 1
draw Trom them four conclusions."
Mr. Tilton asked what conclusions thev
woru. '
Or. Storrs then sMd : "1. That lleeehor
nud Mrs. Tillon had criminal rolutions.
i!. That you dljeovored that. :i. That
Mr. Iteecher recelv i a paper from Mrs.
Tilton denying tmu mcli relations h.d
ever existed. I.H,,Dlr, Moulton got
tuut jiapcr irom itir ll.
Jin. Tll.lo:. saiij :
"Dr. atorrs, what if those points can he
Dr. Storrs renll.nl "Ir ....im. ....
. - ,.,vcu I'VIIJI. tsu
not oo denlnil f Imv.i .,!..:.. ...
An evasion would bo worso than sllencu '"'
Tilton said tn Stnrr- I,., I,... I ... . .I I
, , . " " ttiu
and would not to 1 the whole truth.
OMMITTEK IIOI'E TO I I.MHII THIS ViB V.K
kw ORK, July 1! -Oon. Tracy said
to-day tbo committou hoped to end tbu
tnuK tins wbok, .vi r. Jioulton.
.Mr. needier and onu ur two minor wit
nesies woro all that wero to be examined.
POLITICAL.
jlEETiVGOFTIIEJLUiNOIS
DEMOUitATJO STATE
CENTRAL COM
MITIEE. A STATE CONVENTION
CALLED.
Enuiicitition of u Platform
ADDRESS TO DEMOCRACTS,
L.BERALS, ETC.
Chicago, July In pursuance of a
call isiued somu threo weeks since hv
Cyrus H. McCormick, chairman ot Ihu
Democratic Statu Central Committio,
that body convened this morning, at 10
o clock, at tbo jjhormsn House. Thu
attendance wn full ti.
, ,. . jittuiiiiii;!.
delivered an uddrcn-, In which ho stated,
In viow of thu approaching election, that
hnrmnnv nf nnti,.. ....J;,,...
to wrest the government from Its present
M....u,,Uiuaa jutrty leaaers. lla reviuwud
thu nroe-rcia fimrlit iv thu ..... i
preiscd conlldencu in tbu result of tbo
', ' J no meeting adjournod
.... L-iuuh, tvuon mo lonowtng call
was presented .
To the Democracy, Lihornk and all
other Opponents of tho Kepubtlcau
I'arty:
Tho Democratic State Central Comml
teo, in pursuaiicu of thu power veatod in it
l.y the Democratic State Convuntion,
hereby gives notice that a Statu Conven
tion will bo held in SprlngUold, on Wed-no-day,
thu JUth day ot August, IS" I, ut
12 rn. All voters uf this Stnto are invited
to join in sending delegates tu that con
vention who desire to promote thu follow
ing purpose.
I. 1'hu restoration of gold and silver
a a baci ol the curroney of tho country ;
the speotly resumption cr specie, payment,
nnd tho payment of all uational indebt
nefsos in money recognized by tho civil
i.ed world.
'J Freo rommerce.
:i. individual liberty and opposition tu
pre-tempting Innd.
I. Itigid reitrictlon of tho government,
both statu and national, tu the legitimate
doiunln of political power, bv cxcludiug
them trom all executive and legislative
Intormedling with tho affairs of sor.letv,
whereby monopolies aro loitered, privfl
eged claasoi aggrandUed nnd individual
freedom unnecessarily and opiiresiivcl v
restrained.
6. Thu right and duty of tho atatu to
protect iU citizens from extortion ami
unjust discrimination by bartered mon
opolies. The committee, believing that tho op.
position to republican nnsrulo can har
moniously uuito upon the foregoing prln
ciples, earnestly solicits tho freo co-operation
ol all mon, regardless of past politi
cal alliliatlon, in an earnest etlort to pinco
tho state and national government in the
hands of men who nro actuated by thu
principle nbov o enunciated.
I'ach county, except Cook, Is ontltlod to
OnU dolet'Rtn inr ni'nrp .'.(in vrntm fumt In
that county for all tho presidential candi
uat?s at the presidential election of Iti7.
i.nuit suuaturiBi uistrici oi uooK couniy
will bo entitled to tnntt elt.Tit itpi.rriiid tn
separntu ilolcato. Tim t all s signed by
inu commiiictf, aim indorsed tiy a number
who have formerly acted with thu republ
can party, so mo ot whom are A.C. Hen.
sing and F. Herman Kaiter, of tbo llli
nois 'Ktasts.Dtung ' Tho names of J. 1(.
Doolittlu and A." H. Jltnttoson, of tho
' Times,' also appear.
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Till: KOUTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
SESSION ol Studio iu tbo
ST. LOUIS IWIVHHSITV
Will begin on
MONDAY, SKITKMIUIIS Till, 1S7I.
Fur l'rospecttis, giving turuis, Instruc
lions to ureiits, Ae., Ac , apply to or
ii. hirers
ULY. J OS. G. JCILVLAN'I), S. J ,
l'rueident,
St. Ltml University, St, Louis, Mo.
'Jl.:.'.7-dA:w-lm
C. WINSTON & CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Onto Lkvuk, (Second I'loor,)
OAIUO. ILL.
Uny and Koll ItKAL F.STATK, l'y TAXKa
Kmnlahes Abstiveto of Tain.
t3Tl.au J Comniltsloner.
CQMMismoft nr.itciM, vrM.
'.. D. .Mathiwj " f , , (J
'fvTA'f HUS'S fc-UHp,-
Forw.udltts Ocncral
Commission Merchant
DcuIcm In
FbOUH, G HA IN, HAY AND
W'KS'JKHN I'ltODCCK.
Ohio Levee,
Caiho, ff.f.s.
V. ftntton.
nt
STRATTON So BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ommission Merchants,
Agents Aincricuti Powder Company,
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And Ocncral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
A Specialty.
Comer of 8th Street ami WnaUlnnton Ave.
Wood IlittenliousQ & Brother
Gc.vKit.u. Co.umi.osio.v iHEnoifAvr,
I .'I.'I Ohio Levin?, Cairo.
U.AYUHH. K. ,. ArKltl
AY Kits & 00.,
? L O U B
AND
GENE1? AL COMMISSION MKItflHANTtS
No 7H LnvatcOiiinfUiao, r.rjc.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
FcjiLWAllDiN't
Commission Merchant
WllAtlEAOAT PrtOPltlETOK.
I'reprcpnrcd to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
t5riluliic attenduil to promptly.
H. A. Thorns l. u, anotas
THOMS & HROTIIEH,
Sticcesosrs to H. M.Uulon,
'JOMillSSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DXALKIld US
itiiil unit Kttiscy Ciroeerlrs,
foreign and Dornesllu
131 Commercial Avomio,
OAIUO, . . ILLINOItJ.
C CLOSE,
(IKItKliAI.
Commission jIcrcliant
And Dealer in
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, tea.
OHIO LEVEE.
XSTl will hell in car load lots at nuniili..
Hirers prlcci. aildlug fl-eiglit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(ucce-or to John It. l'liillt?.)
General Commission
FORVVAKO 1NG MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
II AY, L'OHN,
OATS, FLOUlt,
MI3AL, OR AN, Ac.
Agents for Lallin & Rand Powder, Company
COK. TL.NTH ST.tV OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Dealers In
PLOriH, CORN, OATS, lAY, Ac
Ajrenta for Knirbaiik'M caleH.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
N. I!. TliMlew 1.
r. J. ThUtlewnoil
THISTLEWOOD &, CO.
(iV.NFJtAL
Commisssion Merchants,
1. Mleis iu
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &u
No. : onto lkvj:i:,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
COFFICY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Miucckkor to D. llurd & Hon.)
and
Coinmission IVIorchants,
rninu.oitAiN and uat.
No iU Ohio Laveo, OAIUO, ILLS
WAGON MANUFACTORY
P.UR0 LLINOIS.
J. 1. GAMIH.i:

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