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J. W Stewait.
AETER & STEWART.
(Succciiom lo I), Artcr .V Co.)
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Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Staple and Fanoy Gro
coricB, Woodonwaro; Vcgotublos,
Fruits, &c, &c.
Irish S op,
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackorz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stcwdant, Rgand and awl kinds
T- Wfx& Burnerz,
Pewor Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
mmaaMiJiiBMimii inn"i"" ' ''
A Sorso for Sal.
W1I0LE8AXE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commtrclbl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rtTall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &0j
Alwnya on liana, the cclehratca Illuminating
Corner Elevnth Street and Waahlmr
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. iitjbtjb,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
HCountv nwl Rallrwl Wort o spwlaity.
P. O. OANEDY, President.
HENRY WELLS, Vlco-Prcsidont.
Capital Stools $100,000.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 1, 1875.
Tho aboyo Bank, organized undor tho lato Banking Law of IllinoiB,
commonood rogular Banking biminosH this day, and is prepared to re-
GGlvn Tinnn at I a hnv nnrl anil nwi cjn n- . . tiaj n
ohango on tho principal Cities in tho United Statoa, Collect or Discount
Si8h4J?TJKJ!Linst ln 8nort do a general banking business.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE for salo in sums to suit on Germany, Eng-
auuui ii uiuuui uuu ULJlLT CUUulrlOff.
n PASSAGE TICKETS for salo t(
nn lonnol a In
ions promptly attondod to and remitted for on tho day collected, at
usual rates of Exchange Patronage solicited.
liefer to any Sbte aMcrr, Hunker, orotheruM cltlien of Springfield, llllnol.or rvlclcnt of
UUlriK biiu. Jii'llaiio Alo, Hon. hdward Hull. late 'I renmrer oftlic sljte of Illinois. liclletllti!.
Col. (i. W. McICKAlli,
r. 11. wilcox,
Hon. t,. WINVION.
i . d. Itl-.lll II,
II. KKJIhtr K.
J. Y. CLL'MijO.V,
Wood, Caller Saving. Ihnfc, Siirliik'lklil, Illlnol.
C..M. Smith, of (;. M.Mnltli A Co
.1. I. I)iilol, Lite Auditor of state,
l: L, l'lilllpsProp I I. Statu J u.nal,
Hon Win. J) at-, M.I).,
L. II. Adiiii", l.awjfr I.'.S 0 anJ N. IV
It 1. .Inliiiht n, At S c'y ' .StaU;,
II L. Vmiliotr. with Tlivnr.t V.n .
.i. nenif, v tru to cc,y o' st
J-. o. ia my, in urcii .iicrciulit
t.. i.. .Merrill, or miiioi,
u. van ottritia, Kar
Henry WV I?, Lite of Nat'l II ink, ICUintr feun. Iml.
H-J.,-l.!"m",0J'' '',te Cn'1' r 1,1 Sal'1 ,la"k. Kjiimh City, Mo
J. 1 . CI''inon, M'-rchant, Cale l"nla, II .
II. K. I'ottcr, I'roji Mouuil Itv 'II ) .lnurnal
! u' ,cK?K'.,,n,T?l'rn,lU i'u'Wuanter, Cairo, Illlnok
1'fttr Ncir, Merchant 'i'allor,
Win. Iinwri! n, ouiinl, loii Merchint, "
M J. McOauley, Urucciit. .
Walker .t.Velll, Dry Docks " '
John Major, lliilldcr
C. O. l'atler .t Co., Merchant, "
II. K. Ilav.cn: (icnerDuu 1'rintor.
II F. I'arKcr, l'alntcr anI Con
K. A. ttli
At Ilulon k WlUon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
WK will run n lev waann tliroushiiut thf
bT.(ii, (Wlurlnif pure lake Ire In any
iiart of tlie city at tin1 lowmt market iricc, and
will alio fiirni.li our frtendi ouuMe tl.e city 1th
ce liy the cake or car lo:ul, jiackeit In aawihut
or thliitnent to aur Uliunre.
iioat s rutins.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
.. ii.u.l.lllA I , V'c"lVct.
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N AI.TKIt II VSI.Of, AM't Ciuhitr.
It II f.'l-VXISCIUW,
V 1' IUl.UIAV,
Exchango, Coin and United Statos
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKI'OSITS receiml and a p-ncral hanking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A 11 SAFFOItll. I'reaMent.
h.h TAVI.OIt, Vice l'mlilent.
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M IlAKCLAV, ClIAt CALiailEII,
11 hTOCKILKIH, 1'AlLli hCHfll.
H. CC.tMNOIIAM, I, llALLIUAV,
INTER KST uill ou (le)olt at the rate of tlx
percent lK-r annum. March Utaml Sptem
her 1st Intercut not wltlulniwn la alleil iinme
iliately to thu jirlnclpal of the ricpoalta, therehy
Klvlnc them coinvumui Intercut
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
'DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open erery lmlncslny t'romPa.ui. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eveniiia t'ur aavlnga ilepodta only
from 6 to S o'clock.
W. HY8I.0P, Treaeurer.
mux. i'stati: aji: r.
JOHN ft. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agenta of the Illinois Contral and
Burlington and Clulnjy 11. R.
North Oar. Sixth and Ohio Leveo,
Offlet, DMliaitlaa. 33ulldVncr. Career :Twolftf. !3tro- unl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1875.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
T. J. KEItTII, AsB't Cashier.
or from dificront parts of Europe or
flirt Qntrtnrrn TlnnntmAnt 1 ftnf.
c m. s dim,
II. L. PIIILI, I'H,
I,, h. ADAMS. IM. . mkh'ihtt.
.moil Co., III.
rartor. " '
x,fT.rrlfMKt. mh'iiy n t'..
wanti'd to timrry iter. Jie. .
ever, n-Milu-d that slif iliotild tic,
flblc. the fouiitiiin-lifail ol'tlic new iv
to which all their tnulltiotis tannin tuuin
tliev were workltiir up. They
(Iftermlniil tliat Mm sliotilil wed tho
I'rhiwtrOitraii UiitatiL'. '1'lu; Duke pro
posed the inatter to lliel'rince.
Aw!" 'aid the Frlnce. a h ndjitstcd
his eve-xlnx., "I it iilce?"
'.Sliu U very JH.-atitlful(" replied the
Duke. , ,
"Aw!" Mid tho I'rincc, "give It aw
"I Miall tjive her all Ethiopia," replied
theDuUe. , , ,
"1 wlll-aw t-tepdown. and aw look
at It," murmured tlie l'rince, carelessly.
"Uv MirprNe, yon know.".
'I his wax airreiii upon, and the Duke
departed. , . ,
The Prince knew liN worth ; lie was
quite white and he wa not troubled
with the sll-'hl.'.-t part of caudal append
age. hut Kthlopi.i was big prl.e, and he
r-oivwi to win ii.
One week utter the Duke had o'
his dangler, the Prince ft".
e''ainbla. with the uts LI ct II Lb
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AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A Thomi
L I) Thorns
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succeason to II M Hulen,)
And dridera in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forolgn and Doineatlc Fruita and Nuta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAL attention glrea toeoniljrnmenta and
'Tho Boat Thing in tho Wost."
Atchison, Topeh I Hi h 1 1,
-a. nsr id s
Of tho lit Farmini; and
Agricultural Land in
Aineura, aituaiMt in una near the beautiful
tmtOM'.Tood and Ureut Arkam&a valleya,
Ijaiuciiui iuv ii mi, uu
11 Yeara' Credit, with 7 per eent. Inter
est, anil 20 per cent. DUoount
park it i: f v . it i; n
To purchaser of I-and.
iS3"L,lrcu!ars, with map, glrlng full iDforma
tlon, atut flTf, AildrcM
A, M, JOUNNON,
Acting Land Comruliilomtr, Topaka, Kan
MR. AND MBS. OVINOTON OCCUPY THE
Mra. Tiltnn'N Mode- or Mfe Nfnce
I.rft Ilrr Iliialmnit
An Eye.Wltneii Deicrlbet that Sctndaloui
Affair at Wlmtead.
The"Mtltpllrl" ItintTlllon llntl tti
Him mi IIIh I.'Cturlnif Tour.
Xkw Vohk, Starch 2. The general
Itnproclon lielug that ituv. Henry Ward
Heeeher would take the tntid to-day In
the great scandal cult. Hie Itrooklytrcity
Oourt-rooni and Its npproachen were
crowded this morning.
Seated iiiiion the lawyer for tho pro
eeution was Kraneh D. .Moulloii, his h
cond nppearaiice since he left the witnet
Htatid. Mr. 'I'ilton was aticnt, and her
jilace was occupied by .Mrs. Field, near
whom sat .Mr. Miearn'iau and three Indies;
Air. and .Mrs. I Icceher entered while the
Jury wa being called. Theodore Tlltou
Kit In hNti.Mial place.
The llr.t witness called was Kdward J.
Ovlngton. lie was xwoni. and In reply to
John I.. Hill, of the counsel for the (U
feiise. said : lam nc'iualntcd with the
parties to this action, and have known
Mr. Heeeher tweutv-llve vears; 1 once
lived within a block of tliu Tlltotis In
Livingston street, and was on calling a
(inaiutanceslilp with them. .Mrs. Tilton
and .Ml". Ovlngton have Ix.en cry Inti
mate from lt'fii or LMjS up to the present
tiine. I eiilled at Tllton' house alter the
Iiublluitlou of the Huron letter, at his re
quest. 1 told him it wa.s a serious ihlug
to bring this charge against Heeeher. He
said he wanted Iicecher to do hlni Justice.
He was very hard on Heeeher. and ald he
was nut oiug t be called a fool oru knave,
and that it wa now his turn to light and
he would light It out. He spoke of battle-axes
anil swords, and said he would
not sheath his woid until Heeeher was
down. This, I think, was on Tucday.
The next time I taw him at tny hou-e. I
think, on Friday, hut I cannot recall the
dale, my wife being preteut. Jlr. Tlltou
opened by saying "hllzalieth made a line
coiifelon before the committee. She
was a trump, but It was all fiction. I
could go before the committee, and
weave tletlon In the same manner." My
wite then spoke of Mrs. TIltouN health,
and said she was. pleased lo get two let
ters, one the day tireNlotis trout her. Mr.
Tilton desired to know the contents of
the letters. My wife told him what they ;
lantahicd III substance, One of the let
nlght, written in a sad and the other In
the two retain. I don't remember what
about nil hour nut the letters,
midnight. As the Iunc shown to wit
heard distinctly from the iiis mcniorv
words "Frou-Frotl." He litetuiu Wils
inexiiri'Siihle anguish "Frou-Frou
seemed to be murmured Iroin all parts of
the room. He leaped from his tied. lighted
n candle, and crosed thu threshold of
Mathllile's chamber. At that Instant a
current of air extlngul-hed the caudle,
mil CiifirL'c felt niton his forehead, his
lip,hls cheeks, something ludrllnablw
breath, a eares, the contact njler
wIiil', or, iiernaps, ine ii"-" -
nolr. He fell uuei"d hUwlie. be
inoruing he was-flf? 10"u1 rMi' '"vet
To everv lilt-"' w"h -Mrs. Tilton except
..l.'rou.fw.'nce or that of .Judge .Morse, I
U(.u, though he spoke to her a few mo
ments when ho was down stairs, when
he was Informing her that the committee
were prepared to take her testimony; I
am a merchant, mid carry on bu-iiiess at
Xo. 2.10 Fulton street. In' this eltv; I am
about to leave the city for F.tfropc ou
Cross-examined bv Mr. Fullertou:
Mrs. Tilton has nia'do u home at mv
house since the early part of July, IS7-J;
I think on the 6th she ' came
there, early In tho morning, about
'MO o'clock; she has been there
ever since, except when she was on a
viit to Connecticut; I don't know the
name of the family with whom she resid
ed; site was ab'cnt four or live weeks of
the Mminieraiid during heralience I was
in the city. She also spent a -hurt time
In Wellington, Conn. It must have been
early in the days of August. She resided
with Mr. Gunii, at n place
called the Gunnery, for about a week.
She spent a short portion of the sum
mer at another place of which 1 do
not know the name. She visited Mount
Clare for about two days. Site crossed
the ferry and took llio cars. I did not
put her on the cir.s, nor do I know who
did. She went to the residence of Mr.
Tubbs there, and returned to our house
In company with him. She went to Gun
nery a second time. I don't know whoac
couipanled her there. Shu went there in
.January of tiU year, .Hio eoii.ulleil in
us to who should go with her there. I
reincmoer.Mre'. .Morse was suggested to
accompany her there. I cannot recall any
other absences of Mrs. Tilton from mv
house. Tracy called first on I he (1th of
July towards evening, about 0 o'clock,
when I was at home. I did not then
Idiqwof tho appointment of the Invcstl
gating Committee, but learned of It nlter
wnrds from tny wife. General Tracy
was shown up stairs by tho servant. I
did not see him ring tho boll, but heard It
ring, and am certain It vvas lie who rang
the bell. When any perton rings the
bell 1 always hear tfiein speak. I don't
think It could bu possible for hint to be
In tho hoii'it und me not to havo known
It, His calls wero remarkable In that
they were so unusual, I knew of tho
conimltteo when they wete at tho church.
1 had then a couple of Interviews with
them, und was not a complete strangcrto
them. Before Tracy called I had no Inti
mation that he or omo one would call on
behalf ot Tracy. Mv wife was in her
room when Tracy called, when he re
mained Hvo minutes, Mrs, Tilton wiw
up-stnirs, I remember she went up-stalrs
because bhc asked me for a Hible, as she
wanted to commune with It ulono; I pre
sume sho was alonu up-stalrs. Tracy
went down-stairs after leaving my rooni.
My wife remained In the room, Ho wcut
our on tliu street I know
Witness ppitjimed: I hclluvu tlint whim
Tracy left the lioiiso tho Ilrst tlmo ho
went io iteecners, ana men returned u
second time. He did not see Mrs. TUtou
to my knowledge. My wife and I weru
present when he came In. 1 think hu
told my wife and inyselt before hu left thu
Ilrst time, that he wasgohig to Heecher's.
I can't say whether this second lUervlew
was in ine parlor or up stairs, nor can I
tell how long the Interview lasted. I
don't know whether Tracy stayed until
thonrrlyolof JtidjrcMorK Qf not, My
Impression Is he sUiyed there until Judge
Morse came. The latter came when wo
were In the parlor. It was hi thu even
ing when Judeu Morjcauu! to the house:
can t say whether this inter lew lasted
one hour or two. I can't tell w heroTruev
wn during the lime lie was waiting.
Judge Morse was In the pal lor, and Mrs.
Tilton cainu in with Judge Morse; I
don't think she arrived before her father ;
when she eame In General Tracv and mv
wife were In the parlor : Trncv then went
out and returned with the committee, I
think, about HilW); I learned of the com
mlttec a few minutes before they arrived:
Tracy akccl when- Mrs. Tilton was, and
I replied she was down stairs a P-a with
Mrs. Ovlngton. and Tracy went down to
Inronn her of the nrtlval of the commit
tee; Tracy was then nearly a complete,
stranger to .Mrs. Ovlngton and inc. I re
member Tracy only occupied two or
three minutes when he went down for
Mrs. Tilton. I did not see any papers In
Tracy's hands when lie cumo up-stalrs
there were present Myer. Sage, White,
ln10w, C laflon, my wife, Gen. Tracv
and myself. The commute sat about
half an hour. .Mr. Storr w as also pres
rnt. Two days after Ibis .Mrs. Tilton
came to my houe to rclde, I thlnkabout
the 1 1 tit ol July. 1 bad no Intimation of
Mrs. Tilton coming to my houe to re
side, and It was a complete surprise lo us
Hiien sue came, leant tell how long
after the publication of the appointment
of the committee Mrs. Tlltou cainu to
my houe. Mr. Sherman called to
see Mrs. Tilton after shu came to mv
hou-e, as also Tracy. I think about Hi teen
or sixteen times. Hill also called, but
not very frequently; they had Interviews
with Mrs. I'ilton. but I think very rarely
alone. Heeeher also called 011115 at mv
house, but I was not pre-ent at his inter
icw with Mrs. Tilton. Kvarts and For
ter also, I think, called ou Mr. Tilton.
Two ( f Mrs. Tiltou'i, children, Alice und
I K 1 old, went to Gunnery, In Washing
ton, Conn., on September last, where
they have been since. Theyoungestone,
Ralph, has been with its, with his moth
er. Florence, who Is seventeen, was not
at our house, nor can I tell where she
was. She called about once a fortnight
to see her mother at our boue, but has
not called there for the past three weeks.
1 no not remember her calling when Mrs.
Tilton was away on a vili and my refit
lug to tell where her mother was. I had
heard Florence was residing with her
father. She sent a message once asking
where her mother was. I returned the
answer It would be lietter for her not to
see her mother, who had requested to
be allowed to keep quiet and havo a little
rest for a while. My llr-t Interview was
with Tilton. after the publication of the
H.ieon letter, wnlch lasted about ten min
utes. This occurred on a Sunday. 1 was
outdriving, und my wife wanted to s. e
.Mrs. 'I'ilton. I drove around there, and
while my wife was In, illton came out to
see me. i he Hacon letter was the .ob
ject of our conversation. .Mr. Tilton did
not st nil for uncoil tint occasion. .Mr.
Tilton said then he had been badlv treat
ed by Heeeher and Plymouth Church,
and tint he wasjuade to appear hi a l'al-e
light, and as a dog ami a fool; that lie
bad been shown up as a knave and as an
Imponter. He said Heeeher did not d
.lolin McN'iiUy, Hardware Merclnnt,
W. TrUg. Groe.-r,
T. Lmb, Late Minajjer Life Insurance Co.,
..nieu. Jits attention was illreelm
to his ilrst interview with Mrs. Til
1011. nesaui: 1 cannot recall w hat Til
ton said llccchcr should iln tlmr
right. He observed that Heeeher should
no uuu justice, in an interview, afterhls
wite s testimony, Mr. 'Filton said that
Winn sue uiui siatett was untrue and a
llction. I understood be referred in Di n
portion of her testimony relating to the
Innoceiico of Heeeher. The second irter
vlew was at.Mr.TlltouMiouse.ufewday.s
alter the first. I called there to see them
irom curiosity, perhaps. Mr wife didn't
accoimiany 111c; I had a question to ask
Mrs. illton about a woman nroteL'o of
hers who occupied a house of mine; I do
not know why I said a few minutes bc
lore that I went to see her through curl-
"' wasauer my return from
hiirope; I eaiiuot tell more distinctly
w"-VMM,WL',u'.,mt 1 w,,,t ' nh)o to see
Mr. llltou; I do not know that any per
.V'1 ,nu t0 1 w,'t to tee' how
I . ' 1 '""'" wan regard to the Haeou
etter; I did not interrogate her about the
lytter. as she did not seem Inclined to
spcaw aooui ti when lier husband was
present; I made some remark to Tilton
regretting that he was in this trouble; he
said it was Heecher's own doings, and he
was wili ng to quit if Heeeher and Ply-
mourn enurcn stopped proceedings; 1 did
not wit 1 11 three ifavs ntli.r Mrj "eiiir..,'.
ii.iiearuco oeiore ine coinniltiee take her
out urlvliiir: I do not r,Miiuiili,.r .. p..,, .....
...... , ..--. , iiiuu a
curred on the Oth or lOih m". r.ii,-. 1
think a day or two bef-ni Airs. 'I'tiim,
ttiine to my house my. wife took her out
driving ; 1 was not with them:! ii,m'
know liow lonsr tl It' I U'lTr MllVlf ftt ftua
they met; I had no lutimatloii that she
was coining to stay at mv house before It
took PIIUHM my wife. I hellme. I
to coqiu lo our house und stav, If she de
sired lo. and I may liavii ioin'oil 1 11 nit In.
vitatlon ; 1 think t heard this spoken of a
day or two previous to.Mrs.Tilton'scoin
ing there;! thought it possible that shu
might eonio and stay two or three days
before she came to stay ; M, Tiliuti, 1
think, onmu to uiy housu once hr twico
before slo went beforo the committee,
ntior to the Hacon letter being published ;
It was an unusual thing for ine to vl-it
Mr. Tlltou's house; 110 pcfion oyer told
me o Mr., Tilton cQiiilug ui my house
belorci shu came hern to slay ; I reuient.
berMrs. niton's arrival at my house,
anil tno arrival ot her husband alter, but
1 no noi recollect Mr. Tilton staling
rt'iitiiiii' in iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir fi in. a .uuu
iiiuieo iroiu a newspaper ; 1 can swear to '
lilts DOS live V : 1 1st learned of tint mm. ,
miiice at uic interview with Mr. Tracy, t
but do not know when thu fact of their
appointment was published in the tiews
papor(shownnletU'r); 1 remember writing
this letter to Florence; I stated In it that
It .was by the advice of Iter friends tlmt '
Mrs, 'Iilton's Wlierenhoms sliouhj ho kept
quiets 1 remember making tho remark i
that I was afraid that If Tilton saw Ids t
wife, shu might go back to llvu with htm; 1
1 did not know ot any ot her friends who '
advised her to this course, but when I
wrote thls.inywifbaudlniayliavcadvlsed ,
that I meant by Iter fiiwus in Brooklyn '
myself ipul whet Mrs. T Jlton I presiiuie
ei 10 mis course; i no not rcmumbcr
will renin In with her family! no nrrmimu .
incut has been nindo with me with regard i
to .Mrs. Tlltou's support, but 1 havo had
conversation with Plymouth Church
jibout It; Mr. Halliday, J believe, spoku to
tnu about It; I did not expect to help Mrs.
Tlltou for nothing; I recclv-
ed cheeks from
tus Storrs of Sjoo
er check for SiOO towards her support- I
deposited them Ut rny.niun,v wlth uiy own
ein-o, aim auotli-
banking firm: this money was employed
in lining out Mrs. Tlltou's children, and
some of It was given to .Mrs. Tilton:
there Is still a balance on hand; small
sums of thl money were sent to the. chil
dren by Mrs. Tilton; ibis win all the
money I received, and I never received
the promise of any more while Mrs. Tll
tou was residing with me; she may have
come to the store alone, but I cannot re
call any Instances; 1 never saw her on the
street alone nor saw her lenvu my house
Direct examination by Mr. Hill : The
children were sent to sehool at Washing,
ton with iilton's approval ; Florence did
not go with her mother on tho visit to
Falrlleld; I gave Florence her address at
Falrlleld.and she started off to Join her
there; Florence accompanied her mother
Redirect examination by .Mr. Fullertou:
When I gave Florence the wrong direc
tions of her mother In Falrlleld I gave It
to her unwittingly and by ml-take.
Mr. Ovlngton here descended from the
stand, and Unfits K, Holmes wa sworn.
He testified : I reside at Wlntead, Conn.,
and am Vice-President of a bank llicie;
I was President of thu Young Men's
v iinstiau As. delation in 1MK! mil 70; 1
remember .Mr. Tilton lecturing there In
Oecembcr; I met hiiuat thu station and
took him to tlie KcanMey House; hu
was accompanied by a lady about twenty-
si-eu ur iwciiij-cigiu years 01 age.
laughter from coun-el for the prosecu
tion. In which the audience lolued.l I
called on Mr. 'I'ilton In the evening, and
knocked at his door twice: there was no
reply; I knocked a third time, and then
was going away, when a lady opened the
uoor; inesanie lauv who accompanied
I1I111 ; she said .Mr. 'i'ilton washing down;
I saw hint lying on the back of the bed :
and tlie clothes turned down; lie had
nothing on but his shirt, pants and stock
ings ; the lady's hair was di-licuicd ; Mr.
Tilton said the lady had been lending
him aleep; there was no appearance of
the school girl In thN person ; shu was a
'ros-c.amiued: I went to the room
door and knocked: I did not try the door
when I knocked ih second tluie; I heard
no noise; when I took a step away I heard
a rttlleor movement in the room: when
I heard thejiiolse I stopped, and the dot r
opened and the lady showed herself; 1
mentioned to her that .Mr. Tilton wante I
me to show him the church where he was
to lecture; the lady said he had laid down
to rest; this was In the winter, In Decem
ber; when she said this, I s iid I would
call again, and Mr. Tilton said. "Wait a
minute, and I will go with vou." Thu
I icd was behind the door, and when .Mr.
Tilton said this tin: floor was thrown wide
open. There was no effort at conceal
ment after the door was opened, nor do I
know the lady was endeavoring to con
ceal anything. She said .she iiad been
reading I'ilton asleep. The book she was
reading was. 1 believe. Milton's Paradise
Lost. Mr. Tilton lectured before the as
sociation that night. 1 Introduced him to
several parties alter thu lecture, among
those to my family. 1 was first notllled
to appear here on Thursday last, at the
rei uesi 01 .ir. mil.
Tills concluded '
01 isus. o tiieirresiucrninvT5:''JJi7it
1 ngsion street. I remember the publlca
tlon of tlie oodhull scamaJ lit Xovem.
bcr. is, a. and after It .Mrs. 77lton told me
mm 1 nuereii ner my sytllpatliv.
urs. 1 111011 was a very religious and
mice uonaiu we inai , anil, as I believed at
me nine, a wen iieioved Wife
sue was a perfect model of
1 ins was 111 1NW
I know Mrs. Tilton wiia
men enwiL'cu 111 iieiievoient pun
She made It a point to give all tliu
I Inn n. t.. 1 . .
mtn wii.iueu 111 oc uevoieni inirnn.i..
. .in in, .-hi: L-uuui 10 oeiieiiiuur the noor.
uu tliu Elliot June, ltiT.I, my husband
brought home the Hacon letter, and
. V, ...V, M ""sband took me
10 .ur. niton s noitse. 1 think sliortlv
after I went Into the parlor Mrs. 'I'ilton
came down-Malrs. She looked pale and
w hite. Her health appeared to be verv
feeble. .No person was present but Mrs.
I Iton atid inyselt. lh.nl a conversation
with .Mrs. Tilton, wtiluli I rejieated after
wards to Mr. Tilton.
Mr. Kvarts here said It was l o'clock,
but Judge Nellson directed Mr. Hill to
proceed with the examination, and In
quired it he could finish with witness this
Mr. Hill renlleil not I'.ir Imirn.. 1...
I he court then adjourned.
Ir. Mehonek'H Stiiinlnril Iteuieillet.
The st.mil.ird rntiimll.i in. li .11.
till) JUDITH hi- M'n.vi'u n
KVItlT, srilKNCK'SftlM IVkhi, tv,.' .7.
feCIIKNOK's Ma.MIIUKK 1'll.t.s, and,' ( tt'lkfll
cur" eifecleur "r ileMo "
l'o tlif m tli'reo niodicines Ur. J. H.
fee In nek, of I'lili .dolphin, owes lil tmiiva -
UNua'lcs ,ri'",mi;n' r I'Uhnoiurj
Tho Pulmonic, Si
niitttir In tlie luin.: mitutu throw- i mi i...
au i asy expi-ctora.lon, tor when thu ithlp.-ni
or iiHiter Istipo a slight cuusli will' tK
... .iV. VVlvm !a rost und t.io lut.K,
beilu to hu 1.
To enatjle. the Piiluisulu Syrun to do this.
.Mtndruku Pills und Sclionek'.
, ' "" iJiuc innsi up tr.u IV iisei in
M?1','!,V.."0.,h,,0,":lcl' a":1 "vur- chenek's
.Man rako PI iU n. t mi im ii.-..- - ...t...
..II -.1. a . a "W IVIIIUL'
jil ob truetloiis. nii.v tho gall bladder, the
rcPoveU tho "vcr k00''
H lieiiek's Sen W.ir.l TahI.. t
stlililHaiit und alteram e; th- idku'l'ol w hleli
It Is oonipo-o I, mixea with llio food an 4
prevents sour Ins. It ussisia n,., .n,....a,.
uytonlng up thu .n.m h to a lieiilthy cim-
a j iiini iiiii i iiii ft i ii l ill lllllirat mnl
r ,f. : V"" "1 ""1 "J koi wen tr care
" V.?1".'' -1" V"- "1 'resi
au who ivi.ii t consult Dr. Sdienck,
cither pei son illy or by letter, can tin sn ut
his principal otllce, cornur of Sixth and
Alien Sr.s, Phi udelpliln, every Monti iv.
tsehoiu'k'a liieiliiines iro soltl by id I tine',
gists tlifoughoiit tho country. .I-Miiii
Dot. Sooond nud Fourth Strocts,
Wholesale und Itetnll Dealer in
Berliner weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc
tC3-.lviiyj kevnt u heavy stock on hand, .and
la iirviwiyil to ntrnlih mil .uppllc on rery ihutt
nollce, nt thvlmii'Hl rule. '
Stnd In ynur oriU'r. 1 W.'jJ-im
TITILUAM It. SMITH, M. D.
KKSIDEXa:: So. 11 Ihlttremh trtet, be-!n-ccii
Washington arcnuennd Walnut atreet
(miCKi North side of Eighth lreel 1.
tween Commercial anil WafhliiKton avenue
Q W. DUNNING, X. D,
Corner Ninth and Walnut
omt'K: Corner Sixth atroet and Ohio Lere.
01TICK IICUUS) From a m. toltm , and
.roni i to 8 p m.
jn. W. BLAUW,
OmCL', Iluder's Ulo,k, (np-.talrO, corner
Michth stirrt and Wa.Mnxton atenuc
AMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at 1mv.
OI'IiCK: Ohio Letiv, nrer room fonnetly
occupied tiy Flint National Ilank,
QREEN : OIUJEUT,
Attorneys and ComiNelors
OFFICE Ohio !, rooms 7 and t otr
v-uj .saiiunul Dunk,
Olllirrt, CA1I10 ILLINOIS.
Mllea Fred k. Ullliert
riw-elal ntlrntlnn t?lven to Admiralty and
plemcnts, Fertilizers, etc,
Numbering 173 paces and containing Ave
ailWftVoreJVaM.mallod on receipt
of SO cents.
Catalogue, without plates, tree to alL
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
LTJMEE R ,
All kinds, lmnl nnd aoft.
irty-Fourth Street and
Between WasUInston nnd Comtnercful
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avonues, adJoinlUB Hanny'n.
KLhl'S for sale tin- beat Ituf, l'urk, Sfiittun
eal, 1 Jimli, Shikuki-, Ar . and Is lire
pared to tene lunillli-a in an acceptable manlier
Wholesale Retail and
Corner Toplar and EloventU Streets.
S!rlIigho8t Cash Prioo paid for
Hogs and Cattle.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To nil lilt. tilASKW ItlH.IFI.Si Or. t.V
FOHMAT1.JN FOIt, I.VK11V1I0DV In eiwy
county In the I nllisl States and I anurias. Kn
lumsl by the l'ublUlirr In IHS iige t nm.
lalna oier'j.uiu househuld ifelpca, und l mile-l
to ull chiasm unit conditions of society A
ifiindtillil Iniok and a tiousehold ntswulty It
sells nt sight, lircutcst Induceinenla eicr of.
tt'itsl to liook agtrnta, Suiniile eepie tent bv
nuill. pout paid, for $.. F.xclinlte trrrltoi-y
K'eii. Afrvnta more than double their money.
'S'k i..t,HASE,.s s,tj:a.m nti.vn.vii
IIOUsiE. ANN AltllOlt MIC It. 7Ml.:M-w3ni
Tow-Boat For Sale
111 K MiUM-rllicr offers Tor (ale the -t,.,,n
. Toulnx Mtern-W'lui'l llnat, Ike llammltt.
nlthenglnts, inm-hliiery, tarkles. atiiuiel and
nu nltiii'u aa she now Ilea m Cairo, Ills
Her leiinth la 1W feel, htr ImwIlhSI fil, her
Irnthafeetni'd nieiu.iires -.TO ton, she haa 3
boilers Jl feet Ioiik nnd 3rt Inches dlamelrr, S high
prtwsuie engines nithc.) Under US Inf he In
liuiiH'leraiid 0 ftet stoki'i i fnsl inn 1)1 in
:1iih in diameter and 17 inches stroke and nil
iiuidt'iii lii)iroii'iuents,und is In riery reect
ttiumch, mi Mrurthr, and in good coudllioii for
unrlKulioh. For terma iij'idy to.
S. S. Tayloii.
CaIHO, Ills., November 3, Js7l, llif-U.2)t-tf.
ISaaipl. r .US flirt Ll.l aulMI7.a.mu
C.W..U u.i Ta f.wiwl
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