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AMNOIH UliNTIlAl. KA'MlOAU
Hall at 12:15a.m., Dally
Kxtircixa 2:;;i) n.m '
Freights 1:00 a.m.,... except Sunday
rrcizntai . ..ii:i a.m.,,...
Freight at, .. 10 p.m.,... " "
aiiiiivi: AT CAIUO
Wall at t iW u.m .IJ.UIv
Kjrprciut at ... J.nfi p.ia.,....cxi.i'it Sunday
i- rcifnt ai . ...ii ii. in. except .uuniiay
Krctghtat . . . .If 1:0.", p in except bunilay
rrolght at .:w i.in
16H 'M7-tr. .Iamkh .toiisanM, Agent
.rilH OA I HO AND VINUUNNH8
I II A Sid. ill I : '. .
Mlto 'io . incinna'i i ami i.oiiih
i (In mil nltrr liini' "til pa ! r tritlnp
mil ri ii i'jI'j tvi pt uwU a ;olkw :
Cairo, have (VWA.M.
Icimo, nrr'ti! .7:34 "
llnrrtnliur, nrrlvo.; UsSl "
NorriiClty.arrUo 10:18 '.'
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jrayw. i',nrnu llil "
Ml. ( ariiicl,aruc ..12I(I I'. M.
Iikuiik , arnw 1:10 "
I 'iiun Depot, arrlte.... lr "
. leave....... 1:40 "
it; 'nn.i'1. miltc MO "
l.tiu.vllic, arr.vc 8
( dro,ar.. ' Ifh86 p. M.
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llarn.'.ir .arrhr ?8 "
.Virri ( lt,a mc -ilf "
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dr w'j , au iw 4:4 "
31 cam..!, :m "
iiunm . "
lliion Depot.tasrti 2M "
arriva.. .,. si! "
I imlriliatl, Invo.. 110 A. M.
I iujt.!le, time. Wt "
At( '. 1 t.i'li l. I.OUI ami fSoUlheii-li-rn
Ir.-.iii" turn.. I lruinl,ttill aii'l point" wi-t:
l.i'an. ; I .dri hi A. M.
Arm i Ii. 1 ...uivlM..- .l:l. r. M.
Ltaiiii " 11:30
Arr.,. t I i c liii'ij
At Inci .JHk wills Ohio and .Mtllpl
rallaayl r( ti Iniiatl ami Coiil-vllle, uii-I
atl .l.t) i a't ilid wl; .wills liiiliuliap
nl. nti I iiicoIinim railway lor
In Hin-ipo. t .mil all pluti north,
-it an I ' t with Cvinnllt.-and Craw
ler lu,.r nil, vj)'fi.ri:aii"'i:i','l'frr.llauU;,
D.iiim .' , l l.l(.ii ') and all poluta norlJi, east
an I Yiv
At .Viirl City Ua tlia Spntrlield
Mul Ii ii .m k ,t!icatern railway liir Shaw
ihcI wn a .i . -, , inll, Id, III., and jnsIiiU
U f : ) '. . 'i Ilia llUllppl Central,
an 1 51'. nit Oliln. for hll point" njHth;
v.it' i ,.ir ,Ark i'i-a and Tcxa,fur all potoU
In Ai...ri ' I Tvxa.
MoUKIl CITV ACCOVliOPATIOK.
l.lUUHl n 1i4or.t.
ii n iy Ism
M II (iOiii hii ii. (iun'ITIiUit A't.
sr. i.ons ii:o. Mor.vr.ux
AND SOl'TIIKKX ItAII.KOAD.
OiiinlbU"C.ruv at and
p.irt from LIic
ol!!- ori'.tr I'vi-ntli u.
,1 mid Coiiinmr-
l-l Avenue n l ,.lurt
Texan J..prc-i leal l.iX) a.m.
( l.rli Hon .c,fjintcinluliuii leaaa
n. m, Am i i m.
oliimbi Arcomixlallon Imvcs ty p.
Arrhuk 1. p, rn.
rWK.NTV.rolll H'lfM l.KHH THAN MV ANY
I'linn fi m Cairo to Mltlc lto k. 1:1 hourt.
'I ii Trx.irtin.i liourn. .
'I n .lcirrrcn, Ti'iu. 23 In, nr..
'IVvMar tiaU'JO luiuri. ... .
Tu Mirov. port, Imulana, Tl hurt.
To 111!! r, 'I t xa-. l liour.
'I ii Hi arnr-. T .i. liour.
I n llou !-n, i xa, II lion i -.
To (ia!i-;ton, Tixai 4 1 hour.
1). AxTKl.t., Cliief Krurlnr.
L W IIi:qi i MiioVK.i, Ajraut, Cairo.
Arc picpared tn mpply cutoniori"
Mt!l tllU tlUBt I
, COAL ;
i.r..vi: i.ui'r.iis r
rrrnaiiiiLiy nr.- -n. no.
Ohio l,m .
tiT llalll-l,i Iti...'- A li.ii ftH.1
I CMT-At I.Kjptlan Jlllls "i-
t if"M tin- I'n.il iliunp, t,ml
Sceshl Mmm to km Caa
HO AT N TDIU'.N
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
vJ Anil Dtnler In
No. 70 Ohio I.o we, CAIK0, ll.l.S
t3T,lJpti'lal atdiitiun clvi'ii to
lilt MtJ anil Illllil;' onlrrr,.
Box and Basket
l, nr.Ai.r.ns in
L UM B B R
OK AI.I. KISUS, HAHIl AND KOIT,
Keep cnnslantly on hand
Mill and Vard.j
Connor .'Uth Strcott
and Ohio J.ovco.
llJilAf U. 6MITJI, M. D.
UKHIOKKCK Xo, 31, Tlilrtcontli Klinot
lolwicii AfiMiblHSfton iiviHiilii and Wulmi
ttroct tllllue l'iniuomiuurolal lavcniie, up
("A! 110 CITY
SO Ohio Xac-rcc
EDSIUHB HITjSFNEI, Proru-iotor.
Tim I'latitar'a Houm i loctifcd nn Ohio I.ctco Street in
POTS AND STEAMB0T LAlDI3SrGS
Anil in tlm t'enlor of the HiisiiiMa Portion of iho t'ily. Ilio llmic la now
aiul oorftniuto in nil iU niiiwlnt iMtitn.
liitg 1pnlly ruiniihed ami uarpatU.
mcut anil tlio bent of accommodation.
Yimsifiiit CiucstH $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
' Ml II
AR&E STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
.lAl'ANESK SILKS, SILK POPLINS,
A Ll'AGAS, GHEXADJNES.
T.ATUTR STOCK OF WJriTK C5U0DH
Svis, Alarsailli's ami a Lartn
SttMik will lw ?"11 :it Actual
Call ami lie eonviwcvl nt (iroat 1 lurirains
MiM Powerfiil lleallnt' Asrent
The woiidtTfiil liTiiyith wlik;
ininlilnallmi of CAHItlinl.lC ACIH
OTIIKK MJOTIIINO AND CtliATIli: VMUr
llNTM . I
lleiils the Most Virulent iiores finn
l wimetliin' akin to the mar olou-
It I, with pridr that tin- rnprictiri rail
attention to the Krlf !;' 'a'-t unit
HYSimNSniYK IT THK HIGHEST
mil n.c llund ptoTllio it In thuir practlco
Points to 1)0 Borno in Minil :
I'AUI'.OI.KJ SAT.Vi; po.ltlvoly ourtw tlio
CAItlsui.li; sauvi; munntiy aimyn mo
pain of litirn",
i AliliUl.lU ft.l i. enroll u tiiuinvn
i .IillUl.H n.vi.f i. rriumua puupiu, ii.ki
i' Mtliul.lC ,"A1. JJ will euro ctiU nnd
CAUIHil.il SAI.Vi: itiiiK lit tlio lieml ul
ill MiUviJijit ni-iii or other lleulln Cum-
pounds, 51 ras Acuir.vr.ii a iii:i:cm.ii
lll.l'l HON AMI HAS .V I..UII111I. P.M. I.
lliun any other similar preiiarutloti l
iiiiili iiipiirani oiiii lnvonilon.
MHO iMirywrri-. i-ni-a i eeiivn.
lONII V, JlllNltV, CUKItAN & CO.,
I'rop'-., n iiinl U Co , i (.i l'lai e, N. .
bT.LS CURED FIlEii.
nv iwrnnii KiuruiliiK Irom tlio almvo illi-
ruu U rciiiiuhti-il in Hiiili'ixwDii. l'mni:, nnd
a trial Imltlo n( nitilli-lnii will lio Inriviirdi'd
by iixiiri'i-f, I'HIJKI
in . rni'i' in a iiijiiii'u piij niwiani in"i i".
tn.lilu Iho tl'catmont ol
FITS OK r.I'II.IIl'SV
a study for yours, and ho will warrant a
euro, by lliiMifu ol bli remeily.
Do not fall to M'lid in lilin lor trial botilo;
II coMs nollilnif, and hu
U ILI. hi it i: v II.
no mailer of Imw l.n
inav be, or how many
Maiiilliii; your onm
othu. reuu'iliiM may
Clrcul.irit ami ti'tlinniilnl icnt wllh
l'lli:r. Till A I. IIOTTI.C.
nit. ciias. t. I'ltici:.
to William direct, New I'.nk. -os-il-2;i-il.Vwly
(JAllU), ILLINOIS, mil DAY. AUGU.ST 7- m.
TO J.tAlLItOAJ) .13 JD-
The rooina, aro lar'c mid nity, hoides
(juoaU Will rccoivo courteoui trcst-
Day Jfo:mlcrs $20 ycr Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
tz.u.cL Coxiiitic2?caA Ave.
H 1 Ul A
Ji jJWj S 1 lily JU U HI J I xIJ
Stock nf Kiblnuis. This i
CW, ami miitimie until
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep every tlilii" jiertaitiint; to tlio
lino of Staple nnd 1'aiioy Urocerien,
Woodciiwaro, Vo"Cal)lo, I'ruit.", e.,
'Hie CeniiiinSliitleiit Lamp. The
Ilrtiidsoiuesl.hest Coal 011 Lamp noiv
In use. It eiiiPiiinics lllllo oil nnd
I'nnliiees n hrltjht clear llyrlit Inrpre
leralilo to trns, to etv or rend hy,
lor does nut Injure, Iho Dyes. Cull
mid we II.
32 EIGHTH St.
' i i;
i?4 - wtrM
It has a
FALLEN, FALLEN i FALLEN
tub luttkum rnoit Mr. iieicueii to
axvr Vr.K, Augmt 5. Tfco following
oru thu ldtttr. written by ilr. JJnebcr to
itiHI.VN, July J?. Jly dear friend :
Xliu ooiiirniuiHi of InvMtlgutloa aro wall
ing mainly lor yoti bforq aloting tholr
lal.ori. I, tw, taroMtly wlau that you
would toniH and ci your Inlnd and mem
ory of uverythlnj M. ,'. can b'nar on my
Utt.0. 1 pray you mig tn bring nil lutteu
ar.d paperi iblulint; to It vrhlcti will throw
nnv lluLt upon It, and bring to n roiUlt
I tliu protracted cue, 1 truit that .Mrs. il.
I bai been ro-invlyornteil, and that bar uwd
of your euro will not Imj io groit a to de-
11. v. UriciiEii.
V. 1), .Mo .lton, l..i
llaooi.i.v.v, AuijUit Moulton,
i. Sir : Your lettr borini; dato
Auuit I, 1871, I, thu morauiit rucelvrd.
Allow iiiu to uxprH uiy
r.KIKKT AH II A'ToNIbllllKST
ll , . ... h.n,.;. M,,,n In l.n
curtain luttert and papers in your poiti
tion relating to cuargna nii.de agaimt inu
bv Theodora 'Iilton, and at tho reaiom
irivon for tuuh rvtuial. On your toletnu
unit rttptuttid atturkiiciii of pnronal
Irntndnbip, and an uni,uitiuiiinj; uounc
encs with which vnu inspired tnu at your
honor und dllty, 1 pbicod in your html
for tafn kaepinir various lotti-r aidrened
to mo from mv brotbur. my iliter mid
varioui other i"irtio!, alio mamornnda of
affairj not Immemaluly conntctwd with
Mr. Tiltuti'i tr.altor. 1 alo from tltna to
tiinu itddntikd vuu conliJantial nolut re
latino to my own rolf, t oco friend
woulj writn to t.notl.ur. Tbati paper
went ntvr plaoed in vourLnnds to oo
llMi,i ur two narlie. nor t bo ied in anv
way. Tlu-y wgro to b.j held for inu. 1
did' not wi.n then to U mljct to tha rlalt
of Kii or .catturini; I rem my ctrc-Urt
habit in Iho mutter at preserving docu
ment!. They were to bi held for mo. As
far thine ppr warn concerncl, yr u
wero only a friendly tru.tea, boldini; tbo
p'ajieri m'ljeel to my wiibm. 31 r. Tiltun
ban made d6nd!r nitault upon mo, und
has uted letten and frKuott of lutte.'d
piirportlnj- to bo copiea tf tba.o iim.
Are ili p"" Ar ttioy
uarbtot? AVlmt am their dU-i? "What,
if anytbine, hut keen left out, and nn.
put in ? You refuse my demand for these
paperj on varioui ploai, that if
I Sl'KAK T1IK TKUTll
In my statement, X do not in-ed thorn, but
If 1 iiinkii uicMiful uie of them, it will
b an injury to Mr. Tilun, and that you,
ua a friend of both partiee, are bound mi
to aid either in any act that aball lnuro
the other; but I do not deire to iojure
any one, but to ropel an irjury attoinp'.od
on mo by tlio ua ol papsn oomrnittood
mrredly to your eato. 'lhu.o docutamu
have been teun and eop.ed. They have
ouon hawked lor lo in 'ow ork nuwi
papor olhcw. AVhai purport to bo my
csnlldontly not to you aro on tho mar
ket; but when 1 doniaud b ei'bt of tbo
originan of tho pnpori, of wbirh you uro
only a truitee, that I may defend inynolf,
you relmi beeamo you aro tbo friend of
both partiei. .dr. Tllton haa acooil to
vour depotitory for materiil with which
to ftrilw me, but 1 am not permited them
in defmidini: mvtulf. I do not ask you to
placo heforn tho committee nnv paperi
which .Mr. Tilton may bavo uivon you,
but 1 do demand that you forthwith placo
beforo the oornmitteo overy paper which
I havo wriiten or depoiltod with you.
Yours truly, H. W. IIkeciikii.
Sill. MOULTON 8A VS
hehui amwered too above lettorc, and ox
preyed aurpruo that hu antwer it not.
L'iven to the public in well ui tbo letter,
ol Mr. Itcecher. .Monitor, elutod thi uf
tornoon that ha would go bcloro tho cota
liiittoo thu cveiiini;.
Cieiiurul llutlur biii Loon teb-Krapped
f..r, and will bo In llrooklyn to-niyht.
Hu will probably net as 'i'lllon'a couneol.
lilt. IIKKCIIKU TO Mil. Mot,' LTON".
July -I. My dear Mr. .Moulton: I
am mukliiK out ii itatemont, nnd 1 need
tho letter and paper in your hands.
Will you tend mo by Tracy all tho origi
nals of my paper' Lot them bo nuui
borud, and au inventory taken, and 1 will
return them to you a noon ai I can lioo
mid compare, yet daU'H, makn eitractl or
copied, aa thu oaw my bo. Will you alio
uud mo Itowon' bond of tho dilllculty
and all loiter of my elster, If Miy aro with
vuu- II. W. IlKKt'llKIl.
j :. ....... ... u. n,... i.. .
Jlf, JUOU1VOU lepnuv. iu J.uovui i.a
Mv liE.vr. .M. i.i.t' uai: i our nolo
of July '.! Ith roceivul. l win rncredly
bold all tho pFr llt"1 '"lormatton 1
have, until both p.rtie ahull request mo
to mako tbnin public, or io deliver them
into tho bands ol eiiuer or uotn, or to lay
them beforo the committee, or 1 am com
pelled in n court ol juilico to produce
tboin, if 1 can bo to compnllod. My re
irrnt that 1 am compelled to tbU courm U
(oftcnod by my bollef that you will not
bo ubtuntially Injurod by it In tht ro
Ijiird, for nil tho fact aro of oourfo known
to you ; und I am bound to bellova and
uBiumo that In the ttatomont you aro pre
paring you will only ret forth thu r.xact
fault, and If t tbo ilocuiuonti, whon pro.
duced, will only confirm, and cannot con
tradict, what you may r.tnto, no that you
will Butlor no ii ai, on .tnu .coutrary,
which 1 cannot presumo, you iiesira tlio
possoiilott of the document in order that
you may provo your statemont In a man-
ner not to bo contravened by thu facts set
forh in them to too isauvantago ol air.
rrn. T Aniil be tbull uldlni' vnu li
should be then aiding you In
doing that which 1 cannot bolloyo ihu
etrlctest and firmest lrleodblp fur you
call upon mo to do. "With grateful recol-
ii,tlnn. of vour kind confidence, and trust
l mn r titti. verv truly youm,
1'. il. .-MOULTOSf.
MU. MOULTON 10 Mn, IIKKUIIKK.
My Dkak Sih I" all our iicqualn
tanco and frionilship, I have nyvor re
ceived front you a luttor of tbo tono of
i - -.'
J yotin of Auit'i-l I It om unlike your
1 imf, and to have bean implied by tho
lame ilbadMieii Hho had n lamentably
cnrriiil your private ufliim belorn a cum.
tnitteo of j i-ur I'hurcli, nnd thencn beforo
tbo public. In reply, let ino remind you
that during tho wholu punt four year all
Ih'i document;, iiotea and mrmnranda
1 ' h you and Mr. Tilton havo lntrutod
I - havo ian o entruftiHl bocauoo tbey
l. i i i .feronnt to yimf mutual illtTurnnr.n.
I .,;.! no paper i f aitl.nr your or Ms,
oX'-. pt auch m tx-r on thl cao. You
tpeak cf memoranda ol nfl'airi not Imme
diately connw ted with tho Tilton rnntter.
You probably alludo hero to the mnino
rauda of your illtflcnltto with Mr. Howell
but theeo have n direct referuneo to your
prceont cate with Mr. Tilton, and wi,ro do
poallftd with ion by you hecauro of nidi
rofererifo. You fpealt alo of n tettir or
twi Iroin your brolhtr and filter,
i.ml 1 a n sure you lir.vn tiot for
gotten the apprehemion which wn en
tertained, ttit Mra. Honker ihould
Inlflll a deaign which (ho forohadowod,to
invade your pulpit and road to your con
gregation a conlestion of your intimacy
with Mrs Tilton. You epeak of other
paper which I hold tuhject to your
wi.liet. I bold none uoh, nor do I bold
any subject to Mr Tlitou'a .vltbei. Tbo
paper which I bold, both your and bit,
woro not given to hi subject to tho wiil.o
of either of tbo partiei ! but tbo object ot
my boldine; thorn has been, nnd etlll ir, to
pruvotil tho wlihe ofono party Irom be
irn; injunouily oxurciied nainst the
other. You aro Incorrect in laying that
Mr Tilton has had accois t , any deposi
tory of material. On tho contrary, I
havo refufod Mr Tilton inch ue'eett.
During tho preparation of bin rworn
statement l.o camo to me nnd tnld hi)
cafo would bo Incomplete unlcM 1 permit
ted birn to uio all the do'u
inents; but I refused, and all bo could
rely upon woro such note a bo had
tnado Irom time to time from writings
ot yours, which yon had written to mo to
to road to him and passnpp of which ho
caught from my lip. in short-hand. Mr
Tilton has een only a part of tbo
fAl'ltllS IN MY l'0HKliM0N,
and would bo mora surprised to loarn tbo
entire iact of tbo case than you uan po
itbly be. What idle rumor may havo
existed in newspaper otlicoi I know not,
but tbey have not come from me.
In cloiliii; your loiter you hay, "I do
not ask you to pUco befuro tho committee
anv papers which Mr. Tllton may bavo
iriven you; but 1 do demand that you
lorthwhh place beforo tho commitico
overy paper which I havo written or do
pofit'id with you. ' In reply, I can only
ty that 1 cannot justly placo beforo tho
commute" the paper ol ono ot the parties
without doing tho tamo with tbo ,:apor
of the other, and 1 cannot do this honor
ably except oilr.er by legal proceis com
pellinc tnu or vho by couieut in writing,
not only of youroif bat of Mr. Tiltou,
with whom 1 (hall confur on tho subject
as ipwJily as possible. You will, 1 trust,
fro a groator rjilrlt of juitlno in tbU repiy
than ou bavo infused into your unutual
loiter ol August -I. ery ru.poctfully,
lUANCU V. JIOULTON.
miMouwroN TO lilt TILTON.
Au.uM -Thaiwlnra, ir My lithr
Sir-. 1 havo rccolved, under dato of July
Je, a Utter from Kev Henry AS'urd
liecchor, in which lie oxpreue a v, iih
that 1 would go before the invosliatini;
eouimiltto and clear my mind and
memory of everything that can boar on
this case, referring, of course, to tbo con
troversy between you and him. I cannot,
in view ot my eoniSdeutiil relations with
you, maku any itatemcrit beforo tho com
mittee, unlet you relaaso mo u Mr
lleeoher bai dnno, explicitly from my nb
ligation to maintain your confidence. Jf
you will expros to ruo clearly a request
that I should go buiore the investigating
committee and state any ur.d all fact
within my knowledge uoncernuig your
chid with Mr I leaner, and exhibit to
thoiu tiny or all document in any posrea
slon relating thereto, 1 (ball, in view of
Mr lleecber' letter, consider myself at
liberty to accede to tbo request of tho
committee to Mate uch fact, and exhibit
such document. Very respectfully,
Kka.mjs I) MoULTOit.
Mil. TILTOU TO 11 U. UOl'LTOX.
August 6, 1S7 I. Francis 1). Moulton,
Krq. My IJear Sir In response to your
note of wis day,mentlouing Mr. Jlccohcr's
request that you exhibit to the committee
the fact and documents hitherto held in
confidence by you touching bis dillerunco
with mo, I hereby give you notice that
you havo my own consent and request to
do tbo iiunc. Truly yours,
.Mr. Moulton, in his teller to the invest
igating comuutte accepting thu invitation
to appear and testily, nays : "1 bavo
endetvored to avert tlio calumily which
has now fallen upon all. With tho coo
tuut of Mr. Hecdier and Mr. Tilton, 1
havo loll isyself ready, sorrowing!-, to
givo all tho fnct that 1 know about tbo
object of Inquiry of tho committee, and
produco whatever papers 1 havo to the
committee, and leave copied or tuo same
with thorn, if you dcriro it, with perhaps
the stipulation that if 1 was to givo my
ovidonco orally, or to bo cross-oxHminod
that I might bring with mo ii phon
ographic reporter, in order that I should
have au exact copy for my own protoction
lnco I am now fully released from my
confidential relation to tbo parties involved
in thu sad all'alr, and ninco my only proper
statement must consist of tbo truth, tho
wholo truth nnd nothing but tbo truth, I
tuo no ospuclul ro&eon why it 'may not bo
made at ono time as well as another, but
us my slatomont will nocossnrlly Include
it groat multiplicity of act and papers, 1
must ask a little dolsy to arrange and
conv thorn. Accordingly I suggest Sat
urday evening, August 8th, as au evening
convenient for mo to lay my statomon;
before Ihn committee,
Fjuscis 1). M0UI.T0JC,
moulton liKirow: tub committki:.
The lloochor Uoiiimitteo coutinuod It
investigation thU ovenlng. Frank Moul
ton appeared before them, and was ex
amined about ono hour. It was stated
I that ho would bu before the commitloo on
! Saturday uvonlng next, arinoi with hi
letters and documents, ho having asked
; timu to arrange them In order. Tho only
I other witness duriiiK tho cvcnlinr was a
,ft(1 who WK vuleJ Btl(1 ,lec(im.
. ftui , . Mr nHday, hut wlnwo name
10t jilt.ovorod. Tho commlttoo will
, . , 0, to-morrow ovenlng unless a
j , , ,hould bo culled
jm. btoup.s iNTsavn;wKy.
Km? Yoni:. Aucust f. Tho Trlbiino,
to-morrow, will publish an intorview held
i wiib Itov. Dr. Storr, at l'rlnceton, Ms
I mlutivo to tho Uoochor-Tllton caso. Tbu
1),.lor said :
1 1 was n wool; or ton day after tbo pub
lication uf thu W'oodhull paper, that
Tiltou camo to mu for advice. Sonio
(latement ho thought waa ocesary, a ft
fi-ply. but in what form, or oven how fr
H should go, ho could not nf himself do.
uido. Upon this point be wibd couiisiil,
and for this, came to m., h h friend of Mr.
needier. A Mr. Tilton has stated be
foro tho commlttoo, 1 bad not then roiJ
tho paper of Mr. Woodhtill. but told Mr.
niton mat i would borrow a copy or a
friend, who I knew had one, nad read It
If ho desired, ldldthl, nnd, na acreod
upon, Tilton called again. 1 told hlnr
that 1 had read tho statement with much
tare, and that thoro wore tonr points In It
to uu denied.
nit iiKxenr.n ash un-s tiltow
had criminal relations.
i!. That you discovered tbi.
3. That Mr Jleeeher revived a paper
Irom Mr Tilton donying that cuuli rola
tlunv linit ever existed.
4. That Mr .Moulton obtained that pv
por from Mr Ituoobr,
1 did not say, s, Mr Carpn'"" has put
It, that 1 bad drawn four coin' m-ions, but
that thoro woro (our point t i, dented.
I was of thu impression thai . -i opto and
material denial by those cott raixl would
probably bo made, and thus attend bo put
to tho wholo vllo story. Mr Tilton. now
ovor, nald to mo, "Supposing theso point
cannot no uoniou, -
I told him in tiled that In that caso a
plain (tatomont of the truth or nbsoluto
sllenco on his part were tho only alterna
tives open to him. That it would not
answer to attempt any ovaslon In a public
statoment, tioco mat wnum not sllenco
scandal, but Instead, would keep It alive
and givo it cow force, lleyond this, 1 de
clined to givo ndvico, unless ho should bo
disposed to acquaint ino with stitlloieot
facts in tho caso to ouablo mo to form an
an Intelligent judgment. ILu did not wish
to do this, and I did not urge htm to do
It. coon alter this, however, Mr Tilton
CAllB TO MY 1I0UJK,
accompanied by Mr, Carpenter, und m(1
that bu Wishou to present to ino inch fact
a would onobljoio to comprehend his pos
ition, and to civo him advlco. At tbo
samo time ho banded rno a letter from
Mrs. ldUabolh Tllton, in her handwri
ting, which 1 read and rolurnod tu him.
1 did not tako a copy or that letter, but It
of course, was deeply Impressed on my
mind, and nftcr Mr. Tilton wont away
I mado notos ol It, ns well as sf tbo statn
mont which ho afterward read, I have
not thoso memoranda with too, tut I
romomber correctly, and I think can't bo
mis'.akon, the letter bei;an. "On a corlain
day In Iho summer ot 1870 1 Informed
tny husband tbat Mr. Ilcocher hod asked
mo to become a wife to him, with all
that thcio word imply." ThH was a
most remarkable statement. 1 was of
course shocked by it. I demurred to lis
tening to Mr. Tilton' stntement, but with
tbo understanding from tho lottcr and
from Mr. Tilton that It was tho wish and
request of Mrs. Tilton that I should do eo,
1 a'.tendcd to tho roadiiig by Mr. Tilton
of a paper which Included a portion of Iho
letter and documents tbat have rinco boon
published. I will not undertake to say
exactly what was contained In that state
ment. It did not lot forth tho full
AKItA,t Of AXLEUKl) PACT
ttiAl maknuti thaca.i nC Mr. Tllton bo-
fori, tbu tomuitttini'j ror did Mr. Tllton
profess to stain to mo hi wbol.u cato, nor
am i suppose thut be presented It tu ino
in it entirety. Xno aluminum lor tho
most part was vrltton. 1 thought hi
added some tning that were not in writ,
n.g. Tbo Ii. icon lultor was intended to
show tbat Mr. ISocchur had committed au
ollouso for which lie had made an apology ;
und 1 think the same part of thu opology
was quoted that appears in tin: J.! aeon let
ter. The letter ol Mrs. Tllton indicatod
bow gravo an olfanso it was at thu best,
and luigbt havo baun construed as .tilling
tbu full otlenae to bo an improper proposal.
1 saw, with this exoeptlou, none ol' tho
original h.lter. or document, iixc.pt for
Mrs. Tilton Idler 1 should net bavo lis
tenod to tho stat'-ulcnt, slinu 1 was con
vinced that subject was not olio upon
which 1 car.d to advise.
In reply to a qunstlon Or. Slorrs said:
At tbo timu Jlr. Tllton first camu to con
sult with mu, and at ruUoquent Inter
views, ho did nut seem to bo actuated by
any spirit of malice or ruvr-nge. 1 ob
served him closely, with a view to dis
cover, if poSflble, if be wr-s InoucnceJ by
and wbatevur may have been tho fact, 1
was entirely disabueod of any suspicions
that i may have bad a to bis motive,
llo ejioko wilh no bitterness of Mr.
ileocber, and of hi wife with atluction
an 1 tenth r.icis. Ho wi s not violent nhii
language, and appuirou to bu honestly
seeking somu pciaulul solution.
Veuling that a public answer to tbo
Wooflhull paper w a nouded, ho still ex
prrsud anxiety for fear tbat any reply
thai could be made would kuup the scan
dal alive instead of quieting tho troubled
waters, Una of hi expressions was, "Uu-
veugos have burned out. ' lie rueiucd to
mu to bo sad and depressed by n great
burden which bu was in vain trying to
remove. Tnl was as bo appourod to one
wbo had known lllllo of bun personally
for ton yviir. J may havo been wholly
declevcd, but 1 (peak of my impression
.Mr Tilton camo to my house far the
tlret time one day during last February
or March, fully u yoar and a lourth after
sho bad Written tho letter regarding Mr
lleccher for mo to see. Sho then informed
mo that sho was in no sense the author ot
that letter, rnd that the statement In It
affecting Mr lloflchor wai uttorly filso
and without the ibadow of foundation in
fact. 1 was as much
AHTOVN'UKD TO IIKAU II Kit Iir.NIAL,
us when I read her chartr over a year be
fore, and askuO her u sun realized what
sho had dona. Shotatd that thu diu fully
realize the tin she li ul committed, I told
her sbu hnd done Mr, Iluocher an Incal
culable wrong In allowing afalin chargo,
so iearlul In its character, to stand against
him for so long a lime, wjiatovor the cir
cumitancos which, cauaed her to mako It;
that It was a tnrrlblo wickedness against
Ood, and a crime against aocicty. sue
know nnd acknowledged it all.
Dr. Storr spoke with much feeling or
thu many year ot friendship between
Mr. Hnecher and himself, and said that
none could hopu more strongly than ho
that Mr. Ileocber could bo shown to bo
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