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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13,1874.
Oinrlol rnierr til City end County
JOHN U. OBKULY. Editor PlbUi
TKttil3 OF TI1K DALVx bVLLZTlX
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One year by oarrUr. la vlTarc 10 CO
On ytar by cacrlar tt no 5 yAid la
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TMlMPOf ITJUMtur- IJUXL.TKJr.
31.1 Mouths. .
Three Month ,
KnMTIas matur on every pns.
To the Democracy, Liber
als ami all oilier Oppo
nents or tlio llepubli
The Democratic Statu Central Com
inittcc, in pursuance of power vcsleil in
it by tho Democratio Stato Convention
of J07-, hereby gives notice that a
State convention will bo held nt
SrMHoriiLU, ox'WtDJmDAY, the 20tu
dat or Atjoust, 1874, at 12 SI.
All voters of the State who desire to
promote the following purposes, are in
vited to join in sending debgates to this
1st. Tlic restoration of gold and sil
ver as the basis of the currency of the
country ; the speedy resumption of spe
cie payments and the payment oj all
national indebtedness in the money rec
ognized ly the civilized world.
2d. Free commerce.
3d. Individual liberty, and opposi
tion to sumptuary laws.
Ath. Jiigid restriction of the govern
ments, both state and national, to the
legitimate domain of political poivcr,
ly excluding therefrom all executive and
legislative intermeddling icith the af
fairs of society whereby monopolies are
fostered, privileged classes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnecessarilg
and oppressivtly restrained. I
5th. The right and duty oj the slate
to protect its citizens Jrom extortion and
vnjust discrvnination by chartered mo
nopolies. The committee, believing the opposi
tion to Republican miirule can harmo
niously unite upon the foregoing princi
ples, carntstly solicit the free co-operation
of all men, regardless of past po
litical affiliation; in an earnest effort to
place the State and National govern
ments in the hands of men who arc act
uated by the. principles above enunci
ated. Bach cottnti will be entitled to send
one delegate for every five hundred votes,
and one delegate for every fraction of
two hundred and fifty votejs and over,
cast in said county for all the presiden
tial candidates-at the presidential flee
tir .i o1872.
0. U.M'Coiimick, Clim'ti.
... f 0. JL iMcUorrnlcV,
At Largo, jjaulesa lloUngollt
lBt DiEtrict Geo. S. Kiuiborly.
1M District A. 0. Story.
2d Distriot Theodore Sliintz.
4th District .las. S3. TioUnor.
f)th District W. O. Wright.
7th District Jan. (!. Klwooil.
Htli District W. K. Cook.
Oth District Win. T. Dowdall.
lOjh Distriot Thos. It. Cabecn.
11th District A. A. Glenn.
12th District K. L. Mcrritt.
14th District -.7. H. Cunningham.
17th District- -S. H.Wilcox.
18th District Wm. It. Green.
19th Distriot Chas. Carroll.
Democratio Stato Central Commit'
inc unaersiguou citizens, bcini; in
full harmony with tho principle enun
ciated in the above call, and desirous
of cumbiniriK all voters of tho State
who agree with these principles in an
opposition party strong enough to put
n end to the misrule of tho rcrfub
lican party, heartily join in tlio above
A. O. Htsslng,
John SI. Palmer,
Jno A. McClornand, Andre Sialteson,
Jobn.Oberly, SI. II. llalley,
Daniel Cameron, J. 11. Johnson,
Obit II. Lanphlor, Jtlcburd Sllchaells,
&. OrendoriT, O. W. Hotallng.
Btam ami) Uah rirrjo. Nowland
& Kennio havo entwred Into a co-partner
iblp, and havo opened a shop on Commer
clal Rvonuo, next door to 1'orry 1'owor'f;
livery liable. They uro now roady to do
all klclt of I)Wm and rial Kilting,
Drive-Well Work and Vlurobing. Special
attention pwld to repairing pumps, Thoy
solicit a tbaro of publio patronage, and
guarantee tbolr work to be will docs.
OATH'S INVESTIGATION. ,
lf-pccUI Dispatch to Toe Chicago Tribune
Mw 1'uKK, AugU I lelt Saratoga
Friday night, took ireakfast In new Yors,
and Immediately proceeded to lirooklyn
and tbe collage 'of Theodoro Tillon. I
sent in icy card, and, being received with
ccjttf teousy expressed my dciiro to obtain at
oncu whatever ho might bo willing to giro
The Cfclcigo Tribune. lie stoned pun
at tint, but, after, a while, proceeded
O tf eai of ti'j raeaUl rack bo wsj going
tlrou$fc, and usared na that, if I would
rjtura ja"ST bear, I bculd havo the aay
aad BJ$ht 4 aU cotapaoy. I went iu
malusulv t.' tt bouMof Frank Moulton,
wbuin I w.t knew. Moulton wai vory
b'xr rtulne bli itatotnent. Ibcn I
wiat to the office of Judge ilorrii.
rtLTcss TBiAiMiirr or nis wi.
Tbn topic that bai been luteit undor dli-
coiion with certain genilomon irti Sin
Tiltun'i allivod tatumajt that hor hui.
band had ncglvvtod till homo, locked bit
wife in n room, lived iparlngly, tn. 'I'lili
n Hoc tod Tllton'e iirldo und mndo hit
frionda fofll Indignant. To rointo tho
tatcment, 1 wm ehown by Sir Tilton't
couniol too currnenoDuenco iiolween tne
wifu and huibnnd from 18CU down noarly
to tbu uato of the dlcnvry of tbn adul
tery. 1 road it with icnilbillty, admira
tion nnd wonder. That homo wan truly
11iiI. Tim InddlouK entry of Jleenlior
into It, the huabnnd'i approbation, tbo
wifo'a intatuation, their oorroiponduuco hi
to tnl lctrudor, and, llnally, tlio itrugglo
in h liyituric nature botweon nor paKtur,
who una put lier aoul in IonIliij;.itrini;.
hou lUo pi-nom or lior rnuln. wn$ nonuctir
Said I to .IijJl'O Slorria: "(jive mo
tboao lottori. Ttiuy nro neudful. thttt tbu
world may undoretaud you both. 1 will
print Ihotn In a dUtaut city, to that they
may slowly Und tbolr way back horo with
tuch delay ax not to alTcct tho main lttue
on tho ipot."
itidiio .Morrli. Sir. Tilton icounsui, fav
ored tbo ruquoit. I tccurod tho whole of
that romarkniilo corrtvpoaJoDco. Not
AOelurd or lloloito ovor wrote inch let
ter. They nro tbo iulntoi.ienca of love.
Aa litorarv comDotitioni tbov nro no le
valuablo tlian ni perfect oxnoneott of tbo
two and nctora in tbit damnable play.
WITH Mil TILTOh AND Illh COUXSKL.
31 r Tilton, Judee Slorru, and inytolf
then took a curriago and drovo to the ca
ihcre, aix miles dlaiant. Wo wore gone
all Inal aliernoon. l pui iswyur nuu
man ui.dor as clote an examination as was
computiblo with our relations and my
knuviluoga of Tilton't naturo. Sir Tilton
novor flinched. Sir Morris' heart was In
his dufuntu. tiuch a story, to relatod, it
would bo impossible for mo to repeat. Tbo
tubstatico of it 1 shall givo you. Wo re
turned to llrooklyn, nnd Sir Tilton nnd
mysoll tat up till midnight, still laboring
ovur tbo tame theme, and finally wero thu
only two tenants of tho cottago, oxcept
Kaiin, the old isorvant-maid. We rotirod
about I o'clock, nnd uroso and break
fastud togulhtir. Though In tbit darkened
hmi.u of woe, dcsolatu of wifo or cbil
(iron, 1 never full under moru peaceful
protection ; for tho purity, the torrow, and
tlio brn vory of tbo man who tlupt In tho
very rhiinibor whero bo had listened to
tbo droad confusion of guilt poruientcd
tho placo. His conversation all day had
boun of a nweot nnd lofty tort, tcnrcoly
llko anything worldly I evor heard That
part of the publio with measures him by
tbe tiuso orDii ei iiei-caer it noi awaio oi
the man's height.
UK MOULTON bAll 10 MK
nntlmrdav: "Until. I cannot tpoak of
anything material at to what 1 thttll bavo
to nv, Lul inn i to" f"
IlaoeUer and Tilton in their behavior un
der lire, Tilton it intlultely tbo larger,
fTinrti tin if.ruliaiit. more rellublo man. 1
nuver heard him lie, and llouoher hus boon
lying during tbo wbolo ol tins contro
versy, llo bogan It with an act of treaelt-on-
i.nnfi.tiu. bis adultery wltn Kll..-
buth to mo, asked rau to wuik wuu uiiu
round to Tilton't houso, and going in
there, tbo busbaud bo au-ui, ue oiiortKu
from Kli7.uboth u retraction of hor confes
sion. With this in hit pocket, bo walked
back to my houso and tbim asked mo to
walk to hit, and while talking dospair and
contrition all tho way, he still hold that
piece of paper in his pockot."
Hald I to Sir Sloulton : "Is It truo that
you got that back by presenting a pistol
at nit neau r- .
Uo Bald : '"No ; but as toon at Theo
dore told mo that Ellzaboth had acknowl
edged writing that retraction, I went
round to Mr Ueechor'i and insisted upon
toeliig him, and 1 Haid : 'You aro atl'oct-
Ing to lie making a covenant to aup
porpotual ruco, and yet Mr. Hoochor.you
aro already intriguing. I shall go out of
this otllce of mediator, union you Instantly
surrender tbo papor.' Ho ha) no moral
pluck, llow can ho have, living tuch a
"Tfaon,"saldl to Sir. Sloulton, "you
a -wai or KicArr. vor uxkcukh?''
Said Sloulton; "lie may escape tbo pen
alties, but uot tbo facts. 1 think this
council will whitewash him, and that
Plymouth cburch will take him back;
but 1 have hoard from hia own Hps thinus
to revolt at.1, I forboar to tond you tbe
language which Moulton repented to mo
at having coino from Sir Jteechor't)
llp, both on account of its exceeding
ilttblnei, and bocnuso the luriif referred
to havo boon in no way connected with
tho Tilton osso.
1 asked Sir Moulton: "Will you put
tbeie ttorii't in your ovidenco?''
"Not u lino," said Jiouuon, oxcopi uio
letters boariog on the lleecher-lliton
caio. l pray tho Lord 1 may never oe
put through thlt ordeal in any otuor
case. -Why, I have fled tho city, bidden
myiolf, laborod to tbo last minute to got
tbeto people to t'.and aloof, and lave tho
world a horror ; and, when 1 am catching
it on every lido for tbit sacrifice, Mr.
lleecber writes me a lottor and makes my
answer nubile in ordor to appear to ostab-
11. b a point tor him. That re.olvcd me
to make my second answer public.
IIEKOIIEU'b IIAUITUAI. TIIKACMKUY.
since this crime cannot avail with mo, nor
will I sea him turthor trample on Tlioo
doro Tilton, whom bo bad dragged
through tho tires of noli already."
Sir. Sloulton further wild that Ueecher
had long ago nald to him : "Tilton comes
no more to church: let us edge him out,
drop his name, i ou must act witb me,
"In another reittoct." oonlinueu Jloill
ton. "Hoocbor has lid Ho cave mo his
solemn word that tlnco tho discovery ho
bad not had communication with Mrs
Tilton. How read this, which Theodore
dlicovnrcd bidden in toe ptL-es of Iteecb
er't 'l.iio of uiirist, lilt prctutitnuon
Then wero tbown various
rovoaUug tho doep illicit lovo of n
pri'tcher for atiothur man's wife thinly
concealed under Hcripture pbrasos ulas
pbemlus, taksn in tills connection but
vet, apparently, tho hysteria of lovo. In
one written from bis smter'i bouse bo begs
Sir Tilton to wrltu him om comforting
letters, und thee lays, tbe vtordt I olni;
doeply underscored, "Pew can be admitted
litre " There wf t another tayirg ;
' Come Friday night o thall U awuy
alt the fore part of next tutth."
There were no signatures to any of
"Now." said Moulton. "nut th.te lotihn
by date in conjunction with this one from
Mrs Tilton, where ehosaya 'Wo must toon
meet, get consolation, and bavo noil-hid-Ing.'
Why, Oath," Mid Sloulton, "thoy
call me a conspirator ngnlnst llecchor. 1
can't be a fool. Heio I have tbo papora
by which 1 know whoro the guilt is. Thoy
call me a blackmailer. What has llscchor
to glvo mo7 I nm n menjvor of n Inrco
builntti houle, nnd I have continually
given to l'lymo f churih as libcrnlly ut
any man there, l would havo spared Sir
Ueo-.ber with mouey or blood, but When
he deflos mo to prodiico these leltorl, sup
posing I will net, and that ho ill get n
point on mo and u now ono on Thoodqro,
he has played it too Ceo.
is a wealthy morchant, probably about S3
years old. llo has red hair and light
tkln, a muttacbu, and n bold, prompt way
of spuocb. Ho Is tho physical antipodes
of Tilton, who is a tall, ilruliee. unworldlv-
looking mnn likoncreat Sundav-school
boy. Sloulton Is rough and rendy. Theso
two men think highly of each oilier, nnd
Moulton says Mint Tilton't house was n
perfect roio-gnrden, and whon he hoard of
tho skeleton In It, lin was moro stnggerod
than ever in his lifo. I think ho ha ex
tromo contempt for Ilcocber't hypocritical
life, but no disliko. Ue thinks too, that
In bis efforts to shako off tho coll of guilt
which hai.ro long cnvolopod him, lleech
orV remaining gracos hnvo been warped ;
that molaucholy has enshroudod him, and
ho has becomo ungracious, ovntivo, crafty,
After leavlrie Sloulton, Tilton, Judio
Morris, nnd 1 wont to dlnn nt n restaurant
opposito tbo Academy of Slusic, and there
i nolicod that .Mr. Tilton roturno.I n how
from a rather lino-looking red-bnlrod mnn,
who tat with n lad nt n tnblo. ".Htrango
that wo abouIJ moot hero," tald Str. Til
ton, "that's ovinoto.v,
lo whoso houso my wife was lured. Uo
has dono hs much to ttir up thlt
etrlls at nny man, but probably front no
Whllo on tho way to Coney Islands,
going through the park, I tnid to
Judge Morris, Mr Tiiioirs counsol :
"Are you going to tbow character
ou Ueocher's trial, no mnttor whom it con
'Yot tir.'lhoy hnvo triod to drivo my
cliont out of society. Hut society tako itt
tharo. Sir Tilton has sufferod In this caso,
and yet kept up his head as no man of hit
bco ever did. He hut been In peril of as-
saitlnntion. Everything vile has been im
puted to him. I co into this caio with my
boart, and Sir Deuclier hns no utcredness
in my mind. Tbo people look upon
this aocret church investigation with dis
"Yes, snid Tilton, "my wifo mndo a
statement tbero prior to tho published
crois-examinatlon, In which she spoke
nonorably ot me. They dnreu not let it
anyway?" said I.
"Well," said Tilton, "It it n kind of club
houso, with IVmalo attondants. There are
about 'J,t!UO mornber. Tbero nro alto
about fifty- vory rich nnd cordial mou in
the church, who look on it in tbo light of
a social club. 't'I.ey nro generally worldly
men, who llko liuccher and thu snappy,
tni.irtish things he has to say, hit humor
and hit company; and thoy put up tbolr
rnonoy, rejolco in tho institution, and
otherwise play poker, go to tho thcatro, or
what not. Hooch or is a magnificent
proacher, full of things which touch tho
eonsibillliet of peoples, nnd a vast macs of
women go there lor their louls to bo com
forted nnd mndo good. Now put those
two olomentt togtfior, tlio warmth nnd
boiler or all Oiu.o xoman. tbn wn-ilth and
public spirit of tbote men, and you can
mako, In a detached, dulllh town llko
ilrooklyu, an institution equal to n mer
chants' exchange. Thoro are plenty of
men belonging to l'lymouth church who
do not earn whotbor lleecber Is a do
bauehor or not."
"I think not." said tho ludir-t i "that is I,
iln not think Hoecher. If found ttutlly, will
bo. sustained bv tho community. Why
thoy aro already dropping away from him
In this city, nmonij his own poopln ; tako
out l'lymouth church nnd Itt influence
and llrooklyn is all Tilton now. Two out
ot tho throe newspapers hero ehow that.
The Eagle takes tbo other side hccniiHi Itt
editor, Klntolia, Is to ha tried for adultery
with Mrs Field, nnd its caso will havo n
bearing upon that."
Mil TII.TOS'S THKOIIY.'AIIOIT Mns TILTON.
"Mr Tilton," taid I, approaching this
dollcato ouettion after a pauso, "how can
you make tho world understand that curi
ous theory that your wife could surronder
to tho embraces of another and still bo
nuro at heart 7"
"Became," tald Tilton, "I know it from
knowlni; her; from her lottors which you
have toon ; from the absolute possession
of hor wbolo nature by the roligtous af
fections. To hor, Uonry Ward lloecher
wnt Christ. Now, can't you conceivo
that the Slan of Nazaroth mieht havo
mado it a part of Uls Oospol to teach wo
men to commit error with him ? To Eliz
abeth, Henry Ward Hcochor wns the
very savior of men. Look at
tho lettors written after her con
fiftlon and his remorse, and too how thoy
hrrntho tho volco of passion nnd religion
Inseparably. 'Wo will
WALK IK l-AUAUlSK TOdXTUKK,'
ho says In this pltcn, nnd In tho next he
solicits nn assignation. Upon my word, 1
tomotlinct think that those two ponplo
bolleved there was tuch a thing hi sinless
sin. lloecher wns in lovo with hli.?both
as be novor wns with any other Ionian.
Tbov crew toitothor In spiritual thlncs so
far that, for a time, thoy hardly know the
carnal from tho tpirltual. That is why I
claim that my wifo kept her purity of
uoart wnuo nroauiiig nor vows.''
I then put a question quite personal :
"Sir Tilton, may not that confusion of tho
spiritual nnd tbu carnnl havo boon on
couraged by some similar thooriot of yours
at to the freedom of Intercourse 7" "No :
1 novor hold irec-lovo doctrines; 1 wns
editing a liberal pspor, dovotod to tho ex
amination cl" those questions of fomnlo
sutTerage, tbe wifo's right to property, and
so forth, and, moroly as n literary excur
sion, 1 ono day criticised tho dlvorsity of
tho lawt of divorce, and thnt wus my
u'l'ontoin that way.
now nr. lost miih tu.ton'b kstbkm.
I will toll you how I lost somo of Eliza
beth's ostoom. It wns by abjuring tho
Divinity of Christ ; that to her was sinful,
nnil she had the proof-sheets of thu"l,lfo
of Christ" road to her by Sir lleecber.
Ho always had the advantage of mo hy
beliovini: noarost hor faith."
"Well." said 1, "you did writu the
IVoodhull's lifo?" "1 did." said Sir
Tilton, "to keep of)' the imputation from
my family. I had never teen Sirs Wood-
bull but once, but soon after that sho
camo to my ofllco nnd showed mo a pnrn
tirnnh rolatlnc to a clergyman who wts
tho irducor of his frfond't wife. .Sho said
'Do you know who It tho woman referred
to In that nnrasrnph ?' 'How should I
know?'tnItll. 'Why,' tho eald, 'that It
your own wife, nnd you know it.'
TItYINU TO HIDE 1118 FAMILY JJISCHIACK
"Then I uegan to uso ovory moans in
mv nnwer.mvsolf and mv friends, to koei
that woman from publishing that etory.
1 praised hor wisdom and poreon, nnd
staved off tho explosion fur n yoar, Thoy
know my woakness, and demandod more.
Finally, Uot. Illood camo to mn wuu
Uoeranby of .Mrs. Woodhtlll, I had to
consent (and 1 regret it), and published It
In tho Golden Age. It nwoko n tempest,
and put me under tho public ban, but you
know wiittt i irnu to uuit tor."
TI1K CI1&T OH MOULTON'H STATEMKNT.
Judite Slorris knowt noth.t.g of SIoul-
ton't !tntomut, but 1 do. The statement
will tbow by Mrs Tillon t own loiiora
that eha wat not wholly averse to being
misled, and nleo that IJeocher't apology
was tho work of Moulton, hit attorney
n tvhOM tin rnltnil. tf.nril UY JlllIltQII.
Ho eoughl Sloulton'i urong.ir naturu tp-j
bear him through, nnd JIjuU ii never
taid n word aynihtt Ilivcher un'.l the lat
tor tried by hit subtle tactics t dfiittoy
the custodian of tho tocreln, or forco'hlm
lo l'Ivo nn tho nnncrt. Then Sloulton
tpoke, and I think ho will ho haliavod,not
withitanuini: mo nitoinpis aires iy oetun.
to oxcito a prejudico ognlntt him.
l.EWtl-AI'En ATT4CKS O.V JIjLLOM.
l-'or lnttaucn Joo Howard, whoso lather
is n lender In l'lymouth church, denounced
Moulton in his pnpor to-day as iouows
"It Is intimated thnt Sloulton, who nt-
tcrtt thnt ho holds nono of Tilton't docu-
mnntt. intends to do tho h.r. .rnbln thine:,
comply limply with Sir Uocbr'domand,
band nil thu papers lo tlio commitire r.nu
nttempt no i-xplanilbm. It teoms to us
thnt this Is tho only proper couiio, and if,
ni it It tntlmntod, It Is Slmillon'i fuf-mg.
itestod pun, hn Is entlllei to crean icr it
In these davt of moannesf, fraud, constdr.
acy nnd Inlldollty, one is grateful cvon for
a litllo common doconcy. If Moulton
woro to attempt an explanation hostile to
Str lleochor, it would bo ncceisary to In
validate hit esKOillons and npponl to his
record.. Such n proceeding might rosult
in hi cntiro vindication, nnd it might not.
If i'oulton l:eeps bis word to. morrow,
and prodded nil t ho original ilocunmnts
and contents blinsolf vith that honorublo
compllanco with -Mr lloocborV dotn.-iiiil,.
Iho dawn of Hie day of conclusion Is nt
hand, and if ho does not net thus, tho
dawn of n vory different kind of n day Is
very much nt nana.-'
Tbo nbovo Is tbo
toke or Tin: iiifKcnr.ii party,
Thoy aro putting Tilton and Sloulton,
on trial instead of tho great pri-uner ot
tlio btr, and it will soon be ncccsstry for
them to try tho public sentiment of tho
Having panod tho nljht ot . Tilton't
house, I aroso at 5 o'clock to wrllo, atd,'!,
:aiod down tho stairs and through tlio
house. 1 was strtKi: witii the reiembinnco
of the placu In profusslon of tngravings
to the residence of the late Churloi Sumner.
Yot ono thing
.TKANor.LV AFPKCTI) mk.
About n dr."!! of tho engraving! Wore
priests, Tbo priest wat tbo monarc'i of,
tho dwelling, in ono room there watj
acnaoiier s piciuro oi u uevii iiisi.iousiy
bidding n white-robed Christ throw him
soif down from the height. At band was
ihcH aa Muntie, n young priostled to the
cloister, gar.ing for tbo lutt time at too
plcturo ot his love, llight opposito this
was a hneeiing nun, iy uornrj. .lust in
view was Vase's portrait of Sin. Tilton a
round-headed, drk-curlod little woman,
n sort of Little Dorrit. Ovor tbo man'.ol
was l'nge's Sbakorsponro. Next to It n
fine portrait ct Wendell ThilllS. A J'nul
Do liit itojho nrttst t proof quita roacnoa
acrofs tho duining-roem. The (Jravc-
Diccer nnd Hamlot looking down cn
Ophelia's cotlln wnt n corner with Titian's
Duchoss of Slodcnn. Tho Sladon
nn do Ii Slsto wai over Sir.
rilton'rt doeh. lvnulbauetrii Venu,
lUlening nuiorously t3 Learning crowned
with laurel, was ou .ho uoor. un ono oi
the parlor mantel wero Kubcn't Descent
from tho I'ruM, TitlanV Christ Tompto.1
with C.eiar coin, and David s riiipoieon
in tho Imperial Jtobea. Over ll.o pinno
woro 1'ago'- curious oll-paintiJg of Christ;
and cngrnvings of John SUlton and Mfr
l'hilip Sidney. Over tho dnugntur ! lor-
her fathor oil portra.t. Over Mr. -.u
ton's housnhold oriran, which sho played
Bweetlv wns n largo crayon of Horaco
(ireolcy. Over tho book-c - no wns w;nnt I
took to b nnctber priest watching In n
lark nrohwny, tw.i ligurei kliMng in n
inn-lighted court. 1 never saw so many
pkluret omotional ol tho maltor lo lululy
enacted in this houso. At to
THU iJAlKill IKK I'LoKEHCi:,
nbovo referred to, sho is tho idol of hor
fathor, nnd in full sympathy with him
Uo ttys that sl.n U tho embodiment of
moro talent, tndornes!, nnd real woman
hood than any person he ever knew. Tho
night wo tamo in we found tbut tho had
been there und doparted, leaving him a
liltln nntn. which ltroucht tcfirfi to rnv
nvna whnn It said : "Mv do&r nana, ahull
wo not nil como tcgothtr again 7 Sly
honrt is with your surlerlncs." buch u
family I never saw for high prido of
oharactor, not indilTerent in tho world,
but not living for it. 1 ho mnn It
AS TKNIIKH OF HIS WIFK'S KAMU
now nt before he was compelled to tr
duce it with this tragody. Uo did It whun
bo found that Jieucbor, in hit effort to
muko hor the victim of his dreadful eccrot,
was overthrowing her character,, loading
her into decile, nnd poisoning hor mind
more than ho had defiled her body. Ho
novor s poke to Ileocher nflor tbo confos
elon, for good or ill, until! Doc. '.), eix
months after Elizabeth's confosslon;
nud then preiuraini: that tho had told
lleecber of that ennfutshn, told her to no
tify htm that they understood each other.
Ho had commanded h r to do that. Sho
said hlio hail oboye.1, but sho feared
Hwhor'ii upbraided, tho curso of hor
lliihep, as bo hid boromo. When Tiltnu
fouml that lieocuer was Hill going on tin
blushlngly, he took
AN IMMEDIATE I INK OF ACTION.
Uo went straight to the oloirant
rcfidonco of his friend Frank Sloul
ton, and told him tlio story of tlio griefs
he bad carried in his bosom for all tboto
month. Prior to that lime, only old Slrfl.
Slorso nnd Oliver Johnson knew of it.
Johnson know of It as Tilton't workmate,
whom every day hoadvisod to beware of
uoecner. no lint since had the ingrati
tude to stu-k to his bread and butter rather
than to tlio truth. Old Sirs. SInrtn got it
from her daughter, and know Moulton
was to roeeivo it ns nn official part of work
to bo put upon him ns seoond or ambassa
dor. Tilton, quiot nt ho always grows nt
decisive time, snid without n flutter
"Frank Mntilton, I want you to go
straight b Plymouth church, nnd domand
Mr lloschnr to come to this houso and
fnco me. It wns mowing. Sloulton met
ltoochar iut i-olne into tho chapel,
touched htm on tho iirm, ami snld : "Tho
odoro Tilton is nt my houso in n strnngo
stand of mind. Iln has her confession In
writing, You had bottor como with me.'
Like ono piralyznd first,
and tbo auto.
mntic nlterward, JUcchor walked nway.
Ho onterod tho room whero Tilton sat, and
Tiltan locked the door. There was no vl
oloncn, With low, deliberate tpeoch, Str
Tilton gave Mr lleochor an account
of tho wrong ho had dono him,
proof by proof, inclslvo und numu.
latlvo, Sir lleochor cat there like it
Hone, dospair and allenco upon him.
When Tilton finished, ho waved his hand
and said :
''THIS IS ,v JJUKAM, TIIEODOllK."
After n whilo ho ild loudor, nnd with
n ilgh ihalsooiiiod to como from remorse
and toiron "You hnvo n right to kill
mo; 1 Imvolorfoltod my life to yon. Tnko
it " "No," mid Tilton, "but you shall not
wlk morilly ovor tbit town, while I goto
my wotk with sorrow nnd n ncro heart
every day. 1 wilt compel you to know
tlmt you aro discovered, Sir Iloi'clior, '
He unlocked tho door and let tho tiricst
go out. llecchor walkod away with Stoul
ton, and tho latter taldi "Mr lleochor,
vou two men have your children to savo;
lot mo bring you together, or work to
keen this teoret down, 1 do not waut to
mo. butibovaroful howjeu folI&wVl'heo
ddro. HirmviiTiilheTy will push fclm far
enough. If ytjffnJdfc6yibtpl3tp II, you
wliliimll this do"wi..,'F .4 sLF
"lla Theoddro-goi Ibnt T6T)Ti - ''
nfked Ileoch ir.
"He hnt nnd-lihnvo seimdtfAtaid-iiloul,
cnr i go
Yet Sir ricehcr now wi,oio
Ho wont that night to tho home of
Tlltoii, ami gat lrom,hcc a wnttvu ro.tr,.
itob.f Tja' fidp3b.rarrs T.iioa, iy vt
her KuibdHhl flelhd Ut&;Mfy1&
tracllFuj indtiitain'OloiiUtin ws wledlfr
uo wut, att "aiJ ueturiouii uoovv, !!) Jir
lleocber, and compellcil bliu to giVo tTio
papor up. From thnt limn forward, Mo'il
ton, certain tbit lleecber would plnv
c,l: U-AKfr 1 Jv,.l4tS1I",121t,'BiJ 0 n'U " li'
why hn hns'tbern.
Ml 1MI-I-.V.- luN
..f. this alU.c iAhUJtlf Ihath'rrTWrWT.'
le-s guilty, r..un I in tut declining yenr,
sny ht hO, hs m,iti Ii in Mrt., '1 llti u ; that
! to say, iho Mil n'lilghly-Vrfiffllt'amt
exulted ininJ, l.iveJ hliu With that feeling
which would eonsynt. to V" hi fii'Ji' r,
li his ii.febrfd lUViilg yialdj j tfi'tlW latf
ier"iiidiicemotit," find IhRriiWor ol life,
love, nnd spirit to keep this lino old plili-
Imilntrliin .hern l.iilhfiillv. .r. . - r .
Tvinlurt i trfu'cHUpU yoi(i1.tr.cl aKi J.
Tilton t lettors to her hmhnnd, toaispr.ivc
the recent charges ot neglect, harshnoss.
nnd starvation. C u '
"IIOIK, HWEKT llOMIi;1 tit
Ho wrltbs froiti-Hi: llitilsl)4o..il, 1 Mh.
My Deauly IIf.i.ovkji Wirm It m
midnight, the lul hour and moinent of
thu yunr. 1 nm silting nlr.o i'i my ro.in
ut tbe h'.tul, lhUil:lt,g vf botuw, nCiLfoll i f
homeil'-kiiafs. Under my t1'ihIow, k r
eniulinc bund is tilai ir.js "ILiiip-, hvuet
Hoiuo, ll h6rmTvaX,?,JIuII12,1,le''
nore. 1 leul in ll It., v w. r.1 playing it in
Alreadv inv iWlc
of li.OI is Wt. llgi
ought now to ay I
ilUi(p. I think 1 1 t uc ly5i'.l l'i..J' Ji:
loryiuiijoi imtii yr; impiiriani uvj.nij,
the? growthfjf tho Childrcifat thu jpn-
Ihg of ptirfcjwn mirTdttliif tjrowfiJ iff
lion b-'twe'rf) u al rlfwmni? with Ifm ,
llm go.pdnn l (io 1 in "parii g M.r livo".
thu daily di-cip'i.ia of cr.., trial, mr
row, Joy, --U ll. i bntip(i.nrj.llt.Cjil1ii
lor.lng os as nnd r the n..,TiVig it
l'rovidi'iieo Into con'tanlly t,i w t t....tnr...,
and j truii ic( lugue;
- i nve teen
to lhan'owlcit(o nTid
every town many fwi 1 1 und pliaant ;u
diot nnd childri n, lut imr.c it I w. ul I
exchange for mv "wn. I . p t tlmt al
this 1 our yi' i er all nl-.l and u-l.- p. 1
Wuuld llko to rati h t t'litnpso of a ' ) .r
rr. . u? i f.. ki....t u i. r,..t.t h'.i .....r
saa you'rultiodXHit cbildrdh'atn.vlifir
cbctfki Vl,rn.lll,lfi5-irWrT' ' onpif- it
than all tho iu..nafviTttajitiilitt urn tvAI'rTt'.'... .
mt - r MMflVl4lHt l4u.
Mr. Tilton lial then l.n nu.o your-
marrjod. and,evon thou Itoe. lior was
U a.THAnlrTiif:i.'oCrf h
ns tho following li'tti-r, written throe dji
before tho ab .vo l y her, v 11 l..iw. hni
Fiiiua Ni. lir. !'' J3 1.T.
iu ovJfm .i'itjAH'i) bVoh-Wfl
thinking of my i. v "f..r Air, DyiijiijUera-
hly of lute, Hiid tho. thoiirU'.itiji.iisiilitiH
navo now. i ihiiik i i.avu iij 'u n ru iiur,
happier lite miu) 1 tint r kl.oi if liin hn i
havo you not L.vo 1 m' ir nt-iuntly irtifti
von saw that finoth' r high nat jr Bi t ri" i-
ated me7. ('utUpa itjli I.ti'iVor iii-ttlJ ijiy
life bliiltiijh rM;-riof Wlfcitii-irl,Jitidy
birth ot another babe, a ii-w f. uritn ii
An....... .....I. .ii ii .... i ...u..v.i..
lir any1 immnn cfbatufn to nnpi"rAiii-j-r"i-
in my huurt.. Auuvo all.. y..u riia, grand,
biglie.t, le.t; ' Jlut' ii ' return 10 'Sir 1!
1I lift beuit lliigdidi! of vur Voulli, and,
until thu threw In't drondful 'yvaf, wln-n
our cjr.li.loii. o was rnaki'n in 1 . in, w
trustod him ns iiu . '.no,-, ,1,1.111(111 brnni;.
During these eurly ylari. Merllhn id
bis name, to meet bin, (,r, lttnr rtill, a
ti.it from bun, my ' bi" k v,.iM Cu-h with
p'.jtsiire. It 1 not ilranji', thon, dnrlug,
thnt, on n iimro intunal'i m qun.Mnni s,
my dolight and plea- iro th. uld in remn.
Of cou mo, 1 reali.;.) what attracttiyoti both
to mujs i buppotou ptitH.V olnyult .yi'U
nnd m ruo. i;,.fuil:,l thlt pio;.-.uo tar sua;
my lord und my Ujd. Ditrling liusband,
I liv-iievor".l -.to-.iprH to y.Mi,
withoii jaut or njjy sty:b thing, my truo
fuoliiitjds'tliey appofr.ta'mo.. ffj'
.",(SiguodH JO Xw' J ElV',.1iKiii.
That Mr. Tilton did not reduce p
IIIS tMlKh HKLF-I.oVK
Is npparent from thit lottor,Jdat4d Jnr.ii,
ary 7, 18RC: ' " L
Sly bump of approbativonesa u thor
oughly tntlifled when you pra.so life.
Though it bo truo or not, I fo singing nnd
light-headed nbout my work, hvery
ditliculty is strnigbtenod, nnd life i. ttveoj.
What a blessing you are to me in ovj'y
way. Onco moru 1 will bo n logmy 'to
my cnildron when 1 nm no lMigjr buroity,
Sirs Tilton wrote Sundtycvenlng, Jan.
.My )i:aiixT! I'rdon mo if so tunny
of my letters nro filled with nccouiitn ot
tbo pastor's vh U. Yvstordny ho inaIi", u
a vory happy vifit. Hnctmu in about
half-past 11, bringing flower ns uu il.
Uo followed mo up-stairs, where ,1m for
ono full hour, played with tho 'children
delightfully. Attiir tbu,' ho Invited m ji
lo accompany him to .Sir Ovingtiii's .
This U tho only lime 1 havo been out
with him since your absence It wn nn
interview of pleaiuro to us both. Ho has
n real high, truo status of mind, und if
you two dear men woro onco moro re
united 111 perfect typipatby-
Strt Tilton wrote Ivfouoki nlterward :
My Uelovicp: During tho early part
of your nbtonco It wat woll cnouch tosuf
for, you to bollevo in'nlyipetfectiuii ; but,
at you near homo, Jimust eppraio you
that you nro mistaken, I am iriiiJty und
Again SIri Tilton wro'to, Jan. 28, 18(17 :
Sir U. cnllcil Raturdny. ' Ho said I had
tho most calming andjpcttcoful Influence
,over him mbro 0 than any ono ho over
know., llo brpught rntwopretty flowers
in pots, nnd taid as hlTwoht out : "What
a protty hyuso this ls','l wish I lived here."
Sho wrott February 11, 1807 :
I am morand moro dlsentisflod to have
for your llfo'i work nn editot't. Tbo In
dopondont's power Is nlono, it sr.ems to mo
In your editorials' and tho ndvertltemonts.
Yon feel it tJ bo your pulpit. 1 cannot
hour lo aco your Uuutirul genius In tho
host part of your lifo idle. Can ycu not'
wonc lor your country uy ncvunng nnu
nn ocenslcn&l cditotlill fonin'vihero, nnd
rid younelf of tho rojponKlblllty. of tho
details of n grcnt pBpor ? Thon tho turn
mer and iprlng yem might ilovot j to rend:
Ing, writing poems nnd ftoriej, nnd, in
thort, lod a purely Jittrnty life, i
Again February 13, 1BC7:
1 am moro nnd more inclined to hnvo
your neck loose from the Indepondont.
nud lend n moro porfoct lltornry lifo. .'
As wo upproncb the period of the crim
inal Intimacy with llooclmr tbo lottora
grow thort and bitter. A fow specimens
nro presented : i"
hue will t'lir.r.isii nn Lo k i'hkpktl
ally. Thursday, Jnn. I), 1870,
SIV DEAU'IU'SllAlii ii" doijot' nt nil
rpnllze that mv wihter't rrisprdonfo
has begun, We have fallen lrom the
habit of ilnlly.writlng beeaiito of tho fre
quent homo-comings but it;wlll ho very
awoot for mo to give my untly story, nnd
fTi rrxM '
U tt. VI VU
. siyii's r.tt-., i;tc
4 r I
W S.,. ,i . r;. ..'.n...ii.-. a.., ,,, ,, rt
in want of '..iivU in our I, inn. si,. iiii'..ht.
ii nrm u ' t
I Ohio Letee.
1 I r
. I in
tut 1 I
h .r !
1 . n-n vour I
Ii '. i i
!.r. TnU of .)U .
j'i' ft'.d Jit ardVjU,rw: ! ijblrtf ' '
T..3Ji riirt7fllM nlildill?'. 'n.'T40'ta".
vi, g i n-
r rea.ly l.r.
t", il i " i!
iitcxtrx'tuoiuarjmji ftf w t i
i.ir. 'WSiii (T.riJt!V 'A'vv.
Si v ijkXu 111 . . J . .71.. , .ut, i
dd hino oiii'i, t. tl t I i.-.- N.vi . - .
lirvii.j; K-.ili i - ill '. ' r i . ti i .. it
ur lutUT r.a .i J tun Jut' '
nj. ii. . ,i I'mtitrn. -t jBty jitiv a
gbiry. ) u'i him I 1l fd bf -
fu.muH, tis, jLreoivi
ing and i;njiM 1. J ,j , n..t, bu.-l. r.
e.iinr :t niyftrti fy Imimm.; i ..it . r, j
Wlii It- T I tn v . . . . writ il
;..,. i H U .i i ! ,r , . . . ') i-piy
hi.- bUn i. ( Jill !;- iMtJllfaJ,. .-
lod; l. u ji: Ii.m i'wW ' l.'-li. .". !
Mil Lul I i. i Ii. . i t. t. .. a i. Ji. J
1 tail to bear lerlimnny t'. I. ' '. iL ,
to thu w..'is, "iili lun.'.tr ni oiv' !f.djjfl'l '
to ii. ak .. in i.iv t'i.'l) ; ''"rftJ1
Uierifiy 1'. , ,1... I on tl'rt Y.t-'.t.A
to-lav. an Umctt theid alii si d I r. j
an IJnectt thfid il)i Sir d I t S 'm P-f ' .'fca". r" Oieitil l'n ir
n'-UJ.J.XMJLa.iilw him tjaiftfls" ' "'ni-X'1' 'hf.irW.l
. ma ji
worth. Thu. ends in. . ll r ir n.at(
tely Dba i.i v lllEr5vEti: J I
Ifl-llmo iTleligiitjto fiu!.r.in of Jt
Sit ) fa io iorttaiiii W it iSuft
m'grtiteTu! yea7 'liuppy.' Tt
1Y yJBAI.IY SJIEfStlVEt.: 1 Jeul I'.u
your Li s
miiolw I I
my lovo mid hv;,v. Lt nj!'Ll wett' to
priiyer-uiqQiiug, , Oao urcit urgtiiu'ont
ULUirit i.ulli ill and i H lite
children nro deprit'iil of tlioir
thi'lr'parunt". Thi er.. Ii one send in
love to 'their dar papa. I rad 'VlAlr I jt
tort tn i tliemv J.y
jy w OarlfLt
nm, ymir?," "
eriyciNi. hi: Ayes wa,
Tl bhilvy Simi, F.h. I, ' "
My.JImi.uvkii: Wo n:t lmvi n.
wildl7 dowirtaVsfcblttnH' iit b"r nut f- V
room, wurii 1 Wrlf I nm r
"Stopping H'uvenv aril ' tn ni.nt.
- - - . i
tenrj ani tri'Ullni; down hci f al ft
While. I hjvu f nd j,t utl r j ' . i I ,
n'liould'.bo iiifffly TignAMf i ud
you hnve e. n hyv l laili d I
you mo met. wnrit iiaeetrr to nn
nbalUbn happy , u .trjitli ,f ' 1
Good night darling." I tin' "' , r
i Ycsl'ii y'5i.V:i
hoMK .il K-.io'
WnnsrsPAt at tcnsrioyKiV.' 2,
My Dxah llriiAKJi-. i M y
hasto, us over, mrrtundol "with it
So is my lltiM 1 do not ItolieVo U :
in dltlier ol us. Uonel-ntiiulen
nfTectiona upon onc't dutle-i i . tmpc
IvAt your I'iPJlvi -Ute-'O
night. j,A DAIiLI.
Thump vy, I'li. 3night.
.My DAr.t.ivd I l,avu? itinLii
Woman'. Club ia dlrooklvn. uh'd.lUi I mv
foe of $J. Xfiujirj, praiposed as nn hon
orary member," nnd will boacv'iptidj no
dotiljt.-jCiiO)Uilgiht, belovrl. 1 am I
Yoin Ov,.n Dkau Wnjit.
A 'j m Wi r 1. 1,, :
I !ieo ctn.(Ufrom Mra Tilln.'ii h tier
nr,.l lr. ,1 ... ml 1.,. ... I.... I . .
bnndnreof h' diiin-i-at 1, rn (fin. tiny
woro written niter l.er cunti -Mon lojlur
intimacy with Sir 11-wVt. 'i'h'.s i inf. .
sicn was mndo July ;), 1-7i) Th chitrac
from tin. !"w nln udy published ' SI r
Tilton'ii swi rn ttiit' iur.t, surh ea' tlm
' T '
s l.it;in ii) jili
Thtiwl Hen 'irtf Hfl-HiilUt P)nAjt Utt!n
ir'i'': itrt ii'.A t r, iinoyc at cj.
tin f writ lUiHlnwpir "4kl:.
M'RM't ,.M I'M 1 , lllKI Vfl. AVIIlSlOlfO
co. :nv, .MMtrn rioai, msi of himouy m
ji.t:;no(ili rn. . rt.Y i-i euo. tiik ciu.am of
MrriRii. l.lTKaiit'nu. iuuiuu.1 niittiuii 11 r-i:n:.
til llcnf vlioBiartn.rry.v f but, nty. '11.' I 'H I .11
l"t-,nn,'n, '1'.. Ir ( v . ,ui . nr.'l , . f.'- 1' ' irfti,
lntlUAiilkblclIll limit''. l.liLa r . 'll.
In" Hcaf ait i Ct l 1 i r
U- '! (.1 i Vfllh 1 1
a. -i. e i, l -I,
It' Ur uJi fra i.ii 1
! Rctr.-lcrs of
, Collier While
nm m oil
I''1!!' vUO'i"') Trho Colors, Dye
rtum llfu'isatUU. ti ilefuna and fli lirrl Vt.oro
.plmUfiiiii usul Family Ucdliunu tu. i llllli
" ' ' : Washington Am: cor. lllgutli St.
-frt.- V(,f fo
BHfmwArvr, orth &
J ! i in
' HOLLOW WAKBfcO,
Manilla turer and J.-bl r. f
Uriy. 1U0N, m.
1 COPl'I K
, wae: .
r. J. s
,0.w(levli mul Job Work
-ccnt for tho.
1 1 .HizsmfflFK-
irtyatloGarjlroh Roofing Co. ,
IlioJic-ldrwi Itooling in the Miikt't
J U ik" fi 'un
Al.i i.td w II It 'ci lie I'romi l
i.. nlth niMialeh und
.' to givo Satisfaction,
Win rati. I
l In tiii i:iitii '.i 'J'uk JIl'i.i.i:tin.
' t-.Hi KMFIi I'lllltNl)!-- ou will pleam in
, loniiNonr reailiTH tbut 1 hno a poHIM'
t'Llli: VOn CONSUMI'TIOX
olni ull iliMir.lci's of thu Throat and Luiirh,
kii.I llmt, l,y 1U un. In inj practice, I kait
oilii il kliinlri dii iireii,rs,aiiil will go
i t , i i
or a cake It will not benelK. Indeed, k
timiK l.iinjiiitb,, J ,will ciiil u Kami'li:,
i HHi:. uTZZy .uIuli' uddrc.-.-liu' me.
l'lciuc lio i hi- ii tier to mi) ono ton may
innw-who IviilUuiuiK timis Hicm) ilUcioicii,
DR. T. F. BURT,
r"m W . -w w ,
I (.:.r. ,v (im
i V -l. J, f-- ii O ft
I iUQDT. VV OOd QQ UO
,rr " ".'. if
. ,-u i -
KmiiiTiiliix, Ynsps. Aiilmnle. Iron Stairs,
Lmiip Pints .Stable I'ittltig;i,
JAST. ViOUGHT.'& WIRE RAILINGS
('oiicrrt and Lecture Hallii.
Ami n (Jcnornl Awortiiiont of Orna
mental Iron Work.
iWlmWon ami do ins senton appllcat
stilini.; tho clam of work tUnlrod,
.m I ll-t'ild'U