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nr.ejlnj- Jlnllor on Kcry Vngr.
JOHN JI. OBBRLY, Editor.
MR. WIM.I.1M 'I. nORRIM I'OIt
Thlj mornltn? Jir. Win. 11. Morris an
nouncw candidacy for the oMce of
It ii not necessary that wo should en
dorse Mr. Morris m a gentleman In every
way qualified for the ofllcc. He Is one ol
our hest citizens, known to everybody,
and undoubtedly popular with all cla.-e.
All his Interests are In Cairo, and he
has every reason to deftro the
welfare ot the city, for which he
has always labored. Ho has Iiocii, during
the past two years, a member of the city
council, and has been faithful In tin: dis
charge of the duties of the portion has
earned the applause of nil thecltl.i'ns of
W Jim." belt.. ti. air. Morri will
be elected, mid hl friends all the people
who have at heart the IntereiN of the
city will use all possible exertion to se
cure this result. Ills defeat by Mr. Win
tcr would be a c.-.lnintty.
CiititUTH, shot by LandH, holds tena
ciously on to life, anil there is a probabil
ity that he will recover. If he dies now.
the case will be a pretty one for the law
yers. Mns. WootmciL miotes scripture like
a preacher, In her letters to the New
York JleraU. As one of the great leaders
of Spiritualim, she places too much re
liance on the God or the Hlbler The or
der will repudiate her.
UNi)oriiTi:i)i.v the New York Herald
has a right J.ocalj itself a groat newspa
per. Its issue of Ian Sunday comprised
twenty largo page, ami (hero was "as
much lnbor upon it in the way ol type
setting and printing as would' print' the
workt of Shakespeare."
Hex Hi-TLKnV colored cook N going to
marry Mrs.Senator .Tones' colored maid.
Washington (colored) soclely is thrown
into a fever of excitement over the
event, aud it is said Senator .Jones will
throw open the doors of his mansion for
Dick Onixsnv for vice-president, with
Ulalnc to head the ticket, is the latest po
liticAl rumor from Washington in regard
to the canvass of 1S7C. The Illinois sen
ator has a vaulting ambition, and It may
be true that he aspires to the R-conil of
fice within the gift of the people.
Kvnir.n Sassil. a Catholic pries of
Des Moines, Iowa, is following the ex
ample of Father Walker of New York. In
denunciation of the public schools.
Father Sassll says "say therefore, the
greatest shame Instead of gem, In the
crown of America, Is the public schools."
l aiuersassii is simply mMakeu and is
foolishly following a bad example.
Victoiiia WooniifLi. and Tennle C
Clallln are the most grateful women in
the world. They declare that to Commo
dore anderbilt they "owe their all and
all that they have done; that they will al
ways bless his fatherly care mid "kindness
and wear him In their hearts In deepest
gratitude and reverence." Now that's
beautiful enough to make the old man
Tm: English Ilouy: ol Commons has
voted against a measure to udinit women
to the medical classes of the Scotch Uni
versities. The opponents of the bill
claimed that the practical dillleultles in
the way of educating men and women
together in medicine and surgery arc In
surmountable, and that the Cuiilverities
arc not rich enough to provide separate
instltutloas for women. The bill was de
feated by a vote of one hundred and
ninety.one to one hundred uuil ilfty-one.
Thk Ohio legislature ! under a cloud.
It itamh charged with having bte'i
bought with money to pa, a bill for the
removal of the countv nut of Wood
county. The Cincinnati EnV,ir,r ad
ministers to the unfaithful body a ik-erv-1
rebuke and then ob-erve-,' '-let our
people and our parly hv to it that men
incorruptible and undented are hereafter
sent to the general assembly." This ad
vice is excellent. lt the Enquirer now
tell the people how to 'voe to it." and
it will have done It- wholedutv.
The death of Mr. Lawon a. Parks, ol
Alton, In this Sutc, I, announced. He
wm the oldest editor In Illinois, aud had
acted a prominent part in the politic of
the State. He tt a, an abolitionist, and a
friend of Elijah p. I.mejoy, who wa
murdered by the (hon Democrat, ol
"TIT I-OIl TAT."
The Johnson county pajcrs are having
a email battle. The Ytoman call, the
Journal, "the wldsky and honey concern
that once a week emerge, from tho shan
ty across the gutter opposite the court
house," and the Journal replies with an
insinuation by saying ; "Of course we
stay In that shanty opposite the court
house, but then we pay our rent."
a correspondent of tho IIi'i.lutin
cnargea, tome time ago, that the hus
bands of women's rli.iita
generally iiutgiflilcant uu-u, who took no
Interest in politics, and bad no force of
character. 1 o strengthen this assertion,
so completely refuted by well-known
gentlemen of Cairo, husbands of such
women, the correspondent referred to the
husband of Jfra. Elizabeth Cady Stanton,
at a shining example of Insignificance;
but ho 1$ not. IIo is one of tho best stump
f peakcrs In New York State, and a most
adroit eilStoin.hnncn tnllll,.U,. it. t. .......
i'".i-.ini. iiu la iiuiv
writing brilliant notices of llcceher nnd
ins menus in tne .New York Sun.
ham.iiiavs coai. mini:,
Deputy Count v Sum 'PVnr 1'lnnl- nf l',-
ry county, furnishes to the DtiQuol.i 7H4
unt a synopsis of Ills observation of the
coal-inlnlng lnteret of the county. We
extract from Ills report so much as refers
hicm. .loiinv mid I'nrdadlso mines, in
which Capt. W. 1'. Halllday, of this city,
nas so large an Interest. In St. John's
nunc uie iiejuii ol coal is 85 ft. ; depth of
vein. ( ft. ; number of men engaged, ISO ;
capacity of tons per day, 300: tons ner
tear, i.i.uw ciipltal invested. S20.000.
In I'araillso mine, depth of coal l, 150 ft.;
depth of vein. 04 ft. : men r.n.t,.,i. ;,m
- i --r"o - i
uiuwcii.v oi ions per day, too ; ton per
year, o.uuu; capital In vested. p.M,VO0.
Chile nronoses to be heard, nml n mi
lioiiticci .hi international rviwulilim in 1.
held at Santiago, on the intli of next Sp
tetnber, and although very great results
are not looked for. vet there will I in rnnni
for them, the results and other thing,)
as the expo-Itlon building will bo :)20
feet lontr hv 270 broad. Clilln U i-ninddnr.
ed a lively little republic, has a food rail
road nun leiegrapn syMem. Is nccesMble
by regular steamlilp lines from Califor
nia and l.urope. has a foreign trade of
$72,000,000 per year, and raises hemp,
flax, silk and wheat In lare quantities-,
while she produces two-thirds of the cop
per product of the world, and abounds In
silver, Iron and coal mine.
nii:i:i or tuai.vs in .i:u.iia.y.
The speed of trains in Germany Is Illus
trated by n report of the Railroad Iiureau
of the Kinplre for.the month oi December
last. It state, that the greatest peed per
hour, Including tnp at intermediate sta
tions, was : for express and fat train, .11
mile, on the Ili-rllii, I'ot.dam A .Magde
burg road; for ordinary passenger trains
23 miles per hour, on Ilic Mnerchen ,i
I'()?en road. The slowest speed were :
for expres and fust train, 21 mile, per
hour, on the Hast Irii.l:i Southern road;
for ordinary passenger ti-iihi-, 10 miles
per hour, on the Krn.5tl.al unit the Cron
berg road, of Wurleinburg. The nrfn
agt sperd per hour were: for expres
nudfat train, 23 miles for ordinary
pasenger trains, 21 miles. 'Mil I for
the whole empire except Ilavaria.
Of A. A. Glenn, of ltrown county,
Lieutenant-Governor and President "of
the Scnate.'.tho .Sprlnglleld lltgUUr says :
"Archibald A. Glenn, Lieutenant-Governor
or the State and President of the Sen
ate, is a hanker and resides at Mt. Ster
ling, when at home. He is a gentleman
of solid acquirements and plea-Ing man
ner. The senate Is not a yery impetu
ous body, and .Air. Glenn's calm and de-
iiDcratc method or presiding is In perfect
harmony with its proceedings. On ques
tions or parliamentary practice. Mr.
uienu is considered good authority, aud
seldom gets "mixed" In his ruling,
iuKu ins iiiuugni inai senator tiioinp
sou came near driving him to the wall In
the celebrated parliamentary light on the
wnisKcy mil. -ir. Uic-iiii Is a gentleman
oi rouust oiuid and hrii fled iii.-iiiiikin.
He Is fond of a Joke, aud can beat any man
spelling In his district. Hois n la-nlle-
inan of wealth, cultivation, ami I ilLtln
gui-lied for ills kindly dl-po-itiou and
probity of character.
The Suite Senate I leariiliiir bad Iml.lu
from the Ilou-e. On tho lt ln,t.
occurred in the Senate that si.-inle.i Dn.
sleepy incmbera of that body out of their
projiriety, and inadetliein lively fora few
moments. The Marsliall-Sehring cjii
tested election ca?e wa under discussion.
Senator Steele, a very nrovokliiL' Kadlcal.
having the lloor. .Mr. Steele Induced
somebody a few years ago to remark that
lie is a remarkable man. and It lm he.
come fa-lilomible to repeat this remark,
aitiioiigli the fact I, the Senator i, not
remarkable In any n-spset, expect that
of sulllng in all dlrurtlons at the "same
time, itut he belles e he 1,
able, and an orator "a, Ilrntii, I..- ir..
i tnererore always on his feet, and N
one of the mo-t insinuating talkers in
the world. He took the Moor on the
Marshall-Schrhig question and began to
in-lnuate that certain of his colleagues of
the Election Committee- were liar, when
hew a, Interrupted by Senator I.oe, the
lloi-puror tin- sx-nate, ivitli tile que,
"Doe, the Senator iy that he doubts
the veracity of any member or that eoin
mittec" .S7'W.-"No, sir; I do not."
.'. You had bettor not."
Siettt "IVIio aro von? lime i.i., i.
the gentleman J You ooiUoiiiptFljIo
At this luucturj. a' lllOtlnil 1., mil. .nr..
10 2 O'clock tun., was r.irrlml.
After the Senate
have been In a good humor. Sjimtm- r ....
arort to a question of privilege, and said
that tin Senator from Col,., .,.! u
from Cole, countv i lm! t.i.f i... ...... .i
Journme..t, used language to bin, pardon.
. ncnppioHSteclel, acrlii.ile)
ia..guag nwt oaIy :t ,rt colt0Ini)lI.
hie do. would be guiuv of.
Swntor Steele arose and eald tint ho
;,w,w,tol"'K-I to the Senate c he
language ul.iel, he lu , , r "lU
dobate. I made no apology to the gen
ae...a..."WI,endogsburkI '.'! have just bo.-n au.wereU bv
the bark of a dog."
No one will deuy tint a scene of thi
kind Is shameful, but who was to blame ?
When Steele explicitly denied ulth his,
"I do not, sir," that ho had Intended by
his remarks to quostlon the veracity of
his fellow-mcmbers ot the election coin
mlttee, Leo should have been satlslled,
and his taunting and threatening, "You
had better not," was uncalled for, and
furnished to Steele some excuse fur his re
tort; "How big nro your" lum, tho big
boys are to blame, aud they ought to
wipe out and commence, again.
OF WOODHUIX'S SUPPRESSED
LETTtlt TO TILTON.
iS. V nrM,S3th.I
Any llilug which will shed light upon
tho truth of tho relations between Mrs.
Woodhull nnd Mesr. Tlltoii, llowenand
Heeehcr will be looked for niixIoulv lv
tin nubile. ' '
The following card was prepared at the
time J hcodore Tilton gave Ills testimony
lu the court-room nnd was meant to bo
llllblislied ill- lleif i.i.rl.,1 li. II'.. ..,11, ..II r.
Lllll h 4 tlPll.,.,ltll.l- I 'l.v.1... .a... ...... .
.... . . . iii.-iiiii-i.iui:i'.s
modified tho teni er of the writer and
luvenieii us puoiicaiiuu.
A pnmr copy wa. however, kept. As
.Mr. Mimil hi II Ij i.,.i ..... ... i...
ciuieu uy eillier Mile in the cae, her test!
mony will tell loudest of all. This ar
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WHOM Till: (IODS WOLI.Il lilNrnnv.'"
v iioin the god would detrov lliev
llrt llinki mud" 1 :t frit., te.it. ..-. .C. .....
ill-' a "n,.'il 1 1 1 nl i m.i 1 1 1 1 ir,iii, ., .
sinieiK.n ineaui iga jut retributloi, for
deeds performed, aud tlie inadne.. ineau-
, ., "v : iiin. uiu lit-
iii(! lm,-nick ui wisuoiii which maiics the
liertor.nanee nl' tin. .1. ....!. n.i..
Ill till sense tlier.t tv.i. n. ..,.i...i.i..
a bdter II iislrnllnn .if ft... r.l.i ...i...... .1.
, , w" , ' v.' 1 ,iu,ii;u 1 11,1 II
111,11 nun irceniei uy one, 11 not both, of
III.' Ill 1IIL1IKII. Ill I IIP n lllllli,. III llfntrKtj I..
Kin: nor.NTKs ni:r.nii;n.
It Wll 1 svilllltdlll nf in ,, I...... j ...II
lug destruction when Mr. Iteeeher ucd
the terms "a nanieles anhnal," "a cham
bermaid's slop.pall." and to de
scribe tllT.IIIU Willi ll.'lll lil..r,,l,. .,, ,1,11.1, ...I
t.. . .... ...... , jMiiiiiru
facts 01 whlcli he liad been file active
Ciiuse, ami was at the time doing every
po-ii)ic tiling 10 suppre.
Hail lie linil nnv uiolum ,.1 ..It ......
, , , , ... ,, .III,
faith in tin law 01 eternal compensation,
he should have known that tho-o term
would come home to 111 1 it in tluctl.nniul
rct like a blight upon hi- fame.
mi ox i-i:ii.H itr.u.
111 tbp ntllel leniil. llin i1..i.i..1,. - .1..
partuie from the truth by Mr. Tilton, in
giving evidence under oaih this depar
ture neing nu .me o. me most po-ltlve
nriiril' tn ,liti.lil litiii,f.tr 1V.1.1 i it
which he ha, conjured up In his own
mind as existing on account of hi rela-
lionshtn Willi hip. U n-iii.iiilf ., t, ......
,. : . - ' ini'i.iiii
ofmadiii-ssal-o, on hi part, ns-iiredlv to
lead to destruction. I am iistonMied' be.
yond measure, even when eon.ideiing
I be source from which It emanates-, at the
fooMiardlnes that made it pn-thk ami
i Minnie.- ii nit imagines mat I shall re
main silent under these new imputation,
a I have done thus l-n- inuiee .ti
. ....-.. WUIU3 U
has east upon me.
Henrv Wnnl lleeeber 111 '11 ll'IVll ill-0.Mil
many unwNi- things, but he never did
one so unwise as when lie Invited the dc-
Mrncuon oi u.egods by attempting to
make others bear the webdit of i.Ij
folly. Theodore Tilton ha, done 111,1111
III linwUp tlllli". lint In. ii,..-.,.. .i
..v.... ivi mi uieii
nnp tnnlwli is u i,m In. .,...t.i... i.. i....t
. .. ... ,,.,v. iuhiussm invi
ted tlie destruction of hi own te-tlmonv
For let this trial end a it may, let the
evidence that may be advanced be re
stricted as it will, the time must come
when It will be known that tho odium
which lie nas attempted to cast hjiou me.
.ivi..iirt, i...iii in, mvii Mioiiiiiers, mid
mere ii man. at last, come lioine to re
Miir. is not asiiamuii or nn: comi-aiuson.
It ha not been n.y purpo-e to Interfere
in the slighcst way upon either side dur
ing the lucent controversy. Indeed. I
have willingly rested imifei-'a number of
in nun (in iriim imih .1,1.. j ...1.1..1. i
pfillld leii'i. nxiillle f.t.ii,,., I ..l .i
esen seem to wi-li to soiuti'i-fen. I have
- j . v. in. uii, i.iuivr man
an nimimg laitn mat all this will eentu.
ale III a li'-rlcct elearber imnf.,tl n. ......
tery and hypoerl-y under which It has
neen aiieiupieit to conceal the laet, and
uiai eaeli .-ictfir In the ilrnnw n III
al v stand befori) the um-lil in i,u .... i,.
true po-Itlo... I can afford to wait until
i ns tune, and I siiall not be a.hained of
tile comtiarlsfin in which I .l, ,ll . ...i.
jeer, wnen it comes.
.... ... .....v.s . .j...... ,i; lliy
So much for the ircnci-al m'e.em t.f..i
tlon. itut, alter reading the testimony of
.ill. 1 ..loll. i-IVell llllrllli' the v. i,
tion. I have recon-ldered this course, and
shall so far denart t'rnni Ir ,u in
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i.ll'l rtli.l nrl i,.tll.ii ,,l 1,1. 1.1 . , S
, ... . . . i ill, li.
IVIUK' III 111 -Cll.
i aii gior me tune tl.o theory iiikii.
Which .Mr. 1 lllnn nrnl'i,.,.i ll. n nn ....I..
tlouship was begun and iiiaiiii.-iined
.. i.t .i. r ...in . .
which i - incri'iv s.iv ii.r-. u
reverse oi I lit into one for the nialnte...
alien, at le;i,t I sleill ,iLn m. ii,.. -.
- J - "- 13 JIS-V tliU
above which he has testillcd. Ills state.
ment ot them Is a most ingenious devel
opment of the prnfe-scd theory; that!
it would beine-enloiisirtl
in ijiicuoi. u; .in; Hiiioriunately for ids
i.iias, a ;n as uir ins incorv, there tire
uio-e who can tear tho letter to tatter
and so ebaiiL'e Dm riii-innr c i . .... .... i . .
rever-e It. Whether their aid will been!-
I loyeii upon mis present trial or not, in
the 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 v "ivMterimil itwii-i, i,
tr al betore the liar of eternal Justice the
iiuic ii inn win ue maue clear.
MOOIUII'M, NO IX n ny to T1LTOX.
I sav that Mr.THtnii lrKt-.i,.i i..i
ed hi, own ilestruet on wben tl
no need to havo done so. .So evident a
departure from the points at issue in the
trial a, he has made as the court has
IH rmitti-d him to make for tho purpose
oftran-feiThigall the odium from liiiu
sell 1 1 1 inn 1 1 ii- will ii , r .ii.i.i .1,.. i..
, .. " 'in nn.- Jin, in
arriving lit the truili or fal-ltv of the al-
.egeii relations betu ecu .Mr. liecchcr nnd
Air-. I Itim. nnr In n.v,,..l,,,, il... .i
. ,, wt.,, i,,i; ii.iiiiiif.,
In the event ol It, conviction nf i1h.Ii-
triitli, beaiiise all tin; acts upon which
damage, win be claimed occuried before
lie relationship which lie ciia.aeteries
far a, I am involved, I accent (ho
part to w hlch I am invited. If M.' Til
ton has thrown down the gauntlet of de
I a.ie.. he must not object tothcunsheath.
Ing nf the sword in reply and Hie eatiu.'
away ot tlie scabbard, as he has done
when delleil in- Mr. Jieccher. '
I have not the space nor the time now
to any more than call attention to his de-
tiartlires Irmn triilli .. I..I..H..
,1,..,., . ... imnij iiiiiiiiiuig
hem, resL-rv ng the k-tas of each, to lie
taken up seriatim, as my engagements
shall penult. I wish hhn to U-arn now.
i ACci:iT ins uiALi.r.xni:,
Jtiii?.,it,i,at 1 ,IV-tI..-trcfl to maintain
ill base Indicated or shall indl
eate regarding his evidence.
brnn,'.i'n1,liO,,,s.?''C0,.,llt0f 0,,r Interview,
ai V0 "'yilioranlln tl.o Time,
ST," "''W (newspapers) of May 2J,
hie 2i2 ''''f1!1'1 " con!
ton 1 s rui - I I Vfi" cw w,,h Mr' Monl
i w,'nw '1, evldenexj regard In u- lil.
y perverted. (No blogranher ml nil
hires facts. He obtains tnen, fro n, tl 0,0
who possess them as Mr. Tilton ilic" In
tills case; and Is not responsible for them
lot (horn ia w1a tUr nn'io Kh r.. n-n
II ii.i,tumif, umsiiiiu vi mi-ilia
anil lu regard occupies the same ptsitlon
n mil nl !... 1.1 All.. .........
.......... uuni uiuniiiivi.; jus lesiimonv
regarding the Steinway Hall lecture fs
almost w holly a scries of unmitigated
ulsehoods ; and so also Is that about tho
"nrroit iat" auticle.
The interview about this articlo of
which he speaks was not the final one
between us. The last Interview was up
on another and entirely dlllrrent subject
and occasion, ocotirrlmr on the eve of Ills
departure to attend the Cincinnati con
vention. That artiilc was written a
month before, and the editorial in my
own paper regarding it was prinled three
weeks prior to tin- nomination of Mr.
Orceley. At tills n ally last Interview
Mr. I iltou knows well enough that there
was no display of nltltii'les on his part.
He hail learned their Inulllllv witli me
"ng, betore. Ho knew well enough that
til llltel-i-loii. 1. ....... I...1 1... 1.1T.. ... 1...
tf. , 11111 lllll.ll u nun ii uu
one or the most alleclimiate we ever had.
He knew well enough that I warned hhn
n",,, ,,I.,osacy to tlie mocment to
which lie had gfyen hl alli glaiicc, ami
that I had told hh,i that
' SAW 111M IX A VHIO.V.
driving the last mill Into Mr. Grceiev's
coIHn by whiit lie would do to nominate
hhn nt Cincinnati. Hut tliedaz.ling phe
iiomenoii of a secretarv-lilp under Mr.
.ree y was more tlian' Ills devotion to
ii pledges could withstand, lie npos
He i xerled hi utmost and succeeded
V.1., 'V1' Greeley's nnmliiatlim.
II he had not lent his aldlt would proba
blv not have been done. It should be
n-iiii ini)cred that tbl was at the cloo of
.11 1 reia.ioi -nip winch ho pretend, and
which the defense protend, dldhlui such
Irrcliarah c In hire; lm 1 1... 1'
exerting a controlling Influence In ' .,.
iii.ii.il l uiiM-iiunii upon one ot the most
Important act that 11 nation can perform.
Iladlv Inlitrei In-in.. i...-. .
boy ! tn has 1- I'afleu Into the baniU nf film
w ho could .0 utterly undo Mm I
it wa, (.1111 i.kv who sr.i:w hmo.v.
No! Mr. 'I'iIIiiii-j r.,..l .1,1... ..1-., 11 .1.....
r .1 .V --'-" 111. 111 iiaie
fiolu he time the Greeley inoveinent col
laped, i'.iui not when Id intimacy with
llll. Ii..r'lltl III- Ida Iml.l .. ...
t ii liitlmacy lie had won the ndmlra.
lion of the rai leal clement nl 11 If l llnl.t
country, lie hail forfeited all claim
upon the conservative element long be-
1 in-in-urn u me. uy 11. aposta-v to
the K ill e:il liiiiv'eninut C. , H il.i
. .... ,MU lilMIIII-lll
and .uri.'il eriiia ti-nl tin. c..,-.. 1... 1.. .
iill he had and all ho had gained, and
wa, lelt .landing ntiunM nloin. readv to
be ground to death betw 1 tlie tfiiiier
and nether toiie of radicalism and con-servati-in.
WOOtillfLI. TII.TON'k (10011 lillML'..
.Mnnntlinr tlum I .I...II .1.1
, "i i:uii-ini-r uir-
flier of lilscoiiilitioii during the period of
his relationship with me shall show how
he was complimented upon all sies inl
ine piquancy and brilliancy of Id editor
ial, aud how a very dear lric.nl and com
petent critic withal, llieniibsent lu Kurope
Wrote tll.l! Ills nrl !,!. 3 ti w,-M.l I.. .........
,, ,., .......v, -7....ni.,, iui-,i'
line like rare old wine, which wa to be
accounted lor only upon the theory that
he wa newly ami madly in love, for noth
ing cl-e could have inspired him to write
Mr. TUtnn. L-iinu-tiir. ne i.A .1
, : in-, ii, in-iiiiv-,
ought not to have attempted to put the
burden of his downfall if downl'all be
has sullered, ol' which I know nothiii"
tim ox m i-i.i:iidi:.
He out rntber letve nltiil,iiin,l t, n t.t
..... .....11 .1 11 in in.
trcacliery to his own proposition, and his
desertion from a cause to which he had
voluntarily pledged hlmelf, which
pledge, tor a goodly lime, lie keitt so
'i 1 t.i on Acn-itr. vie. Ai-Tr.nTiii: MiimiAi.
I d ) not wonder that lie never came to
see me alter the Chicliinall convention.
Had I played Mich a part with any one as
lie find (ilayeil uith mil I shnnfd have
been . named to have met Hint oneagahi.
Hut In pass lo a review of hlprnfe.scd
theory for our relation. All through
ill, cvldeiipp lbeie I. -i .trniiiiiuij ..n-T..
evident to make It appear a If he formed
111V m-l 1 1 l-lll it -l 1 ii mill 11. -.int. , I It. ...1..1..
1 " ,,,...i 1.11 111 . 1 1 1, siiii-i ,
to siippri-, the MMi1d.1l, and that he hail
in si.iuu nmi in naiiii upnn niv ...oiltll,
constantly lining mc -nine favor lo keep
me from making it public. I u Mi to say
.1 . i,iitt, tt... ii.. 1 1 ... .. . J
.. - ,,,r,,,,,i.,ii , nr. 1 ,;,oi uiai SIICI1 11
theory I utterly lidlai-iuu-. utterly false,
and has bee. concoeied ,y Mr. i'flton. as
I believe, hilt tn n..i.t liiiT. !.. 1. 1.. .....I....
1 . . .. ...... .11 111, UVIIUII
agaiu.t .Mr. lleeeher. but to s-atl-iy cer-t.-iln
"dear Iriend," wlmare terriblv
sliueK'ed .-it the 1111.11fl1.il ,.1'i.tt. ..
wim-e virtue Is ot siieh an extraordinary
Mini etliere.-il nu-illtv- ll, ,1 it,..
,. , 1 "Ill lUll'l-
ence to lice love cast- a shadow ot re
proach upon It.
Till: SCANDAL l.ni) H TIIKIH aloi-aivt.
t 'inlet-nrillieirv elri,iiin.t...w.ic t .1.1. .1.1
-'- -,..iv, , SIIUIIIII
never have referred to thi, part of the
subject, but .Mr. Tilton inn-t not expect
that I .hall willingly ret under Id lm.
llltMtllltlQ llllll ClLlHi-ili,...., ...I I...
I .... n null lie
knows so well iis be dm-, tl. ,t I im.l
10 110 so 101-a single niumi'iit II I make
lisp ol' tlie mnlerliil I l,-,v,. nt 1 1 1
, . : .1' v.. 11.1
grant that my threatened piiblleatiou of
. . .... . , ,j,,iiiis 1
nit- si-aimai uri nroiigiir .oir. Jilt on to
me; but I deny In toto that the fear that
1 would pui)ll-h It was tin- rea-on of his
action afterward. Mr. Tilton need not
a, lime nnv ili-ain.-ille ini.hi,.,, .,1,,.,,, h.i,
.. , ........ , ,,,, ,,,, ,11,.,
He KllOWn that 1 have the inn.t ennelu.
ive nriinf tleit bU nl.,ii.,,,. ...i.i
wen- from an entirely dulerent motive
and for an entirely different purpo-e; in
deed, that tho supprcs-lnn ot the .scandal,
except a Its coming from him as its ait
thorite, was no part of hi- motives for
iiyuiiiig no (mi lor inc.
iiowi:n to hi: madi: thi: ai clvkii.
He Wlltlld leive enncntti..,! ,.. ,.t.l l.. t...
. .. -wvw.. i. tun in us
1illlilie..'itliin In mil- wnv ll,.,! .,..,.1.1 i
j ,.,v ,.,, ,,,,,,,,
made Mr. Itnwen i-i.ciiiiiiitl.l,. r... i.
, , I.'."- . I ll, UUIII-
Hiitnlcatlon tome. "It I should be made
in aiui'-ar as the authority tor It. I ri.i,i
not live witli l-.ll.aboth allfrward."
wa his argument. Hence It wa, not the
uppri-s,oii of the scandal at all that con.
-erneil htm. II.. ..-mm- n-.,tl ,.i. .1....
I Iliteiided tn nulilkli It nt tli
- . ... V a.v I'l.Jlll'l
time, llll ess ll sbnlllll lin livnln mi,,..,....
sary by Mr. Hccchcr's coming to occupy
a po-ltlon publicly on the social question
similar to that upon which I stood. And
Mr. Tilton will scarcely dare to tell so
barefaced a Ilea to say that I ever even
intimated to him that I would never
make It nubile:
that I would not In the event of Mr.
needier s falling tn thus prounuueo
limsell. The only wlshofhls that lever
learned was that he should not bo in
volved as authority.
Mil. WOOIUU-I.I,' tii.ton's CO.VnriAXT
A monieiifs consideration of Mr. Til
toil s rc atlons with mo will show tho lm-,
proiiaiji Ity. if nt tho Impo-slliillty, of.
the truih of his theory. No man In tlie
po-ltinn with a woman in which ho pro-les-cs
that lie stood witli me that of
constant guardianship and of kindly of
Ices to supprcs a scandal-would ever
make that woman his confidant nnd hl3
Intr ii , , l,",,.V,'lr,lBC,,0l, ' i1,U wouW 1101
1 ' n ''I f own Inmost becrets
to Id, i i '.f, ,U " 'V".'18' C0,,llllL'(l '"'
inr some ot those friends' Hornlnvlile
ti rmwi i. , y"w ,Wy wonwn," ns he
md l , 1 rn'. oiflit themselves
li tri ii, ri',,i.,li' "ovoiu would not
re m -itlo w " ',10 ",.!),,8,,t0 r,,ln '
Ih .. , w ,',u,,!0ll0'".'isll. bo lias
i1' '' '-:. No! '.That were
-i v. iii) u .tl o sue i n wniimi-i
favors, but enMi tld tM nl f t,,tA PAAAIIIlt.
nil ii.. unl llll. .. . . .. .
only when and where the most powerful
of all motives move men and women to
venture evcrytlihi upon tho cast of a
single die, transforming the cool, can
tiou, calculating man Into the hot-headed
tilton'u "sciiooldov snivelling."
That he regrets all this I have no doubt,
since his Imaginary "palace by the Lake
of tomo" did not succeed Willi tne. That
;c regards his nitlon as having been
"fool M. and wrong" I have no reason to
disbelieve. I told him It was so at the
t me. But tho attempt to make .Mr.
lleeeher equally responsible witli himself
for that which made It foolish and wrong
Is preposterous and aosurd. It is a little
schoolboy's snivelling "Ho made me do
It ; If It hadn't have been for him I
shouldn't have done it."
To resort to such an escape, and to con
llnue to pretend to retain any ol the ele
incuts of manhood, ought to make him n
laughing-stock for every true woman.
I have said before that I believed that
,r' I 'IP" Woul'1 "mku milc ' man If he
should live to grow up.
1 coulcss to considerable skepticlm up
on that point since reading his evidence
upon tins trial.
TII.TOX I'HOTl-.CTINO TWO NAMK.
Now, what Is It of which Mr. Tilton Is
ashamed in his relation with tne'r Doe
lie know of one unlady-llke act that 1
committed during the time that thev
were maintained, either Willi him or with
. . iu,uis, Aiicy aro ucsioweo
ijniMi, i -ui ome, .Mr. i neodore I ll
ton, what Is It that eane. vour Innocent
blood to mount your cheek and you to
i eiu-c in ne ueienileii tor vour relation
s lip witli me? I challenge the produ..--t
on of a single thing. You Maud before
the court and humble yournlfan did .Mr.
lleeeher before you, n if I had been a
contemptible creature, to ai-Jato witli
whom wa an unpardonable sin 1 Come,
come, Mr. Tilton, out witli (he fact that
made tne such a thing as von would have
You refer to the "'lit for Tat" nrtlcle,
and say that It was the cause ol your
breaking with me. Wa that nrtlcle,
which you have fully Ju-tllled by vour
own coiir.n 'In vliiiHe-ne v,n,i- I, ..
.11 I . J ... .I.MIISI,
sutllclenl cause lor your pretended agony
,i, ,mii inn ii i.uiiin-..- naiiu l 1 tne same
right to retort directly upon those who
Were flefaiiitnir me In i'Ih. vil..Lt i....
- n - ...i-i, .in, mill
you had to retort upon .Mr. lleeeher be.
caii-e Ur. Jkicou had delgnali-d you u
a knave and u dog?
Or do you bold beeause 1 am a woman
that 1 have no right to M-ll'-d fence, and
that I must tamely submit to whatever
any set of women may deem lit to say?
llllt UIIV .MIUUIU 1 UIMI in MlpthHtloiM
Win. II I lim n tl.ii r..ni ll. V.. I.. ..t.
...vtt sj iv i tllUl JIIIV IH)
Jrctutl to tne publication ot two unities In
lti.it .1 t,.l..j
tlitli til IIWIU
SIIIIKKTIII-.M OIT, ANI I WILL IIKLI
Kir KILL Till-. IIK.ST.
Tnr time pti-lili- I. I... .1 .1. ..
: , t -'.,-i;iv 11 nn 1111; 11, c lliev
have inaiieot your name," said von. Un
der tin- light of thi fact what become, of
your pretense, of your effective indigna
tion, of vour '!nnlIi!iin,L3 -,,,,1 ,.....?.,.
forwiilch you refuse to' Iw defendeii?
i .at, iniieed y by, Mr, they at leat
point to what i really tlie truth that the;
break in our relation came from the other
side of the lioit-e that it was I and not
yourself who scvcri-d them.
I do not Intend that von shall falsely
add any more d irkucs to the cloud that
you have already cast upon my name and
lame. I am the one. aud not von, sir,
who has good ground, for complaint in
VOl CAME TO Mr. CNSOlTiltr
and prc-sed your service, one after an
other, upon me, and when von had failed
lo aeeoiiipli.h what you had In view von
went out to tin- world and said you "had
been entrapped into doing tiling's bvade
signing woman, and that you now'repen
U d of all that you had said or done for
This Is the deepest Infamy that am be
cast upon .-my woman, nnif w ere von to
Hviui thousand years and have a 'llious-
unit lli-,.j ..f.... ........... 1.1..1. .t i.i .
-. , ' vl, "1111.11 snmun ne
devoted lo undoing the Injury that vou
have wrought for me, you would stllffall
in wiiouy repair the wrong that I have
suffered Irom your erratic course.
I. sir. am no creation of vour consider
jition or making, or of your magnanim
ity. I exist and maintain my position to
day In spite of your renouncement.
Hut you, sir, tand testifying against
Mr. lleeeher against that for which vou
had long since forgiven liim becau-e I
have not been so low ami vile, so treach
erous 1 1 tlie tru,t tliat vou repo-ed in
lilt, a to lav bare lu-hu-.. if,,. u-...i.i ...i....
... ... ...... .......... ,,,v ,,,,,,,, ,,,,1,
I Kiiewol your conduct since the'JJd of
Jiny, 1671, when, dolled ulino-t to do so
by your unmanly course. I coi.fc, sir,
that I have hoped almost against hope
that the many brilliant talent that hate
been given of God to yon. might lie con-si-crated
to the social regeneration of tin;
Hut the Ia,t vestige of that hope is now
gone out in the darkness beyond where
VlCTOIlIt C. WoOHIIfLL.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawncotown, Evans
villo, LouiBvillo, Cinolnnati
and all way landings,
'I'lieiinrlvalliil elilc-vt tic rl in-amifr
r. i, r.'wtrn Master
l.ll. It.lllOMAS C'lcik
W ill leave i:KnellllerorCalroevcry MONDAY
ttiiilTHIJIlSUAY nt 4 n'clnrk p in.
I.r,it;n (Jiilru rtcry TUJ:.SI1A Y iiml J- ltlIlAV,t
Un'rlurk p. in
The eli-BMut sliU-wht-L-l utisnicr
llt'V llrtt.- .
tin ,,, 31 filler
tt ALlr.Hll. I'KVNiyriTnw ,"ii
...... ..... S.II .
hlv eil'L,'lll!v'llf for '"Irofvcry TUKS-
, , mi.., i in i ii rincii i m.
'.'Tve. c? ; 0 r,ir; w K U-NK-' 1 a y un-t sat-
I lillAY ntu o'clock p. m
The flcgant sWf .vhel Hcamcr
for Cairo every WEI1NES-
laaies Cairo cttry llllIltsKAy and SUNDAY
if. i i nnii I I'll t iv ... ...
ui it ji ill
J;!1,10-',' m!iU cl,,so, rouncctlom at Cairo
wi lillrM-claea a earner fur ht l.onU, Mcm
th iani 0,,'"""1n't Evnii.t lite with
nn I with the IxuiIsvIIIb .Mall MearnfM for all
lioliiiaon ilic IW oliln, Klvln; Uirouch rc
on iraiKHU awl nnuiifrs to all nolnli
Vor lartlu-r Inrormntlnn annlv tn
BOL. Mll.yj:i(, Vaisinger Agent.
J. M. I'lllI.I.II'S, 'Mh'tnu.
, or o ."' ;ut.Mti:n,
auiitrlnteiicliiit and General Kielsht .gtnt,
fiwi.20.ly. ttan.vlllo Indiana.
nnii .. . . r- i i n,..i
ij'uiiiiiu epif-il) rule oi cciniliDi ii rimnrsn,
XV Lost Manhood and nil dliilera Inoustit
on by linlUciftlom or excoa
, I,, ,11-....... I..... ... ....a.. A.... tl..m..l.,
iiiu niu niKrt-uiema.
Dr. r;. IirLTONACO..
.Too HoEokcr Is now lu full control of
1110 tt ashlnijton bakery, and having loam
cd tho wants of tho public, Ii prepared to
fU'iply on call ill demand for Trench loaf,
1101011, mown nml (ir.tuatn bread, nnd
everything elso ordinarily found In a ilrst
class bik- ry. He maintain a full stock i i
confcctlOllcrlcn. and ran. a trill anv
other dealer In tho city, fill all ordors in
mst lino, Ckcs baked, frosted or orua
molded on .hurt notlto. Hrmi-ii lattctilltn
glvoulo tho orJorsor wedding or picnic
imruci. (i 12-tr.
PUCENIX HAIR DKE8SIN0 SALOON.
Illluiiln fen I nil llnllrunil.
j 1875. j uooDronTitK yr.Ait l ibiri.
Ilnllriinil I'nsi In i'lilrnKn nml llrliirn
1 lie holder nl this pj, Is entitle 1 to one
tltst-iiass- passaifc to Clllc-iL-nanil rslnrn mi
horsebnek or on Toot, prntldlng lm net bis
hair cut by F. Tniobold Kahili street, be
iweun Coinnieicliiliind Washington ate
line. Ticket otflio ut V. i licobold' barber
sli'jp, Cnlio, IllliHilf.
Atlriillnii, Merriiaul, of l,c
imiczi inu mock attit can u I tv.iy ill or
ucrs on ('iicciis.vare and (JUmvaro nt St.
Leal prices. The following U n list ol w lint
I li it e on ban J at nrcseiit :
Lamp Ulilnmrys, ofall kind', by the liar
ni, uox or ilnct,
(lluss l.iuiii. nt all ize nml k"ml.
iuo iiitirri-ut styles and kin, I, 0f Har
I.atnp Iturners of all dcscrlp iotiM.
I.atnp-tviek, Ileer imws, UI.im Itctlector,
final Oil tiiumlt-lkr. Cake Statnl. lla.
l-'nilt St mils, and in l.ict ctery thing In iho
i.rocKcry and (iuw,ire line.
I wdl guarantee to dupllc.ito any bill
purchased in ,-t. Ijulu nnd gite renal y
as goon an assortment, as my mock I com
pletr In all kinds ufQiicen and (llisMVire.
i ao Hate put up in cask for the retail
trade, r.urMii:h,iiii and Yellow Ware, which
I win ell at 1.1 per cent on" tlw regular 11
Alo a mil linn of Table and Pocket Cut
cry, rutcd, llrlttaalj, Table and Tea
spoon, ana .Soup I.vllc Come amine
fory urselvc.. I) IIahtma,
J-as-ir. Cor. fclxtu A- Com. At
Itrnl l.sliitp Tn-iesi,
All taxes of wliitcter charae'er or
icrhition, will become ik-llniiiiotit nn
l.'nli Instant, and work upon the dr-llnoi.cnt
tax list will then bu couiiniiiiccd. I.-rons
inarrcais fortixis will make a tint nf
till, as n .further notlco will be gitt-n. ni!
no iiiriiier h money cm t- cxtend-.-d to
them by tho collector, under the law.
AI.F.X II. IllVIN,
C.tllio. ILL., April 1M, l;t.
-Spring .Slllllnrry timid.
i no .nis-e .McCarthy wl-h to call the nl
tentlon of llicladlc, of Cilro an I ticmlty
totnclr large utock of spring lul lir.cry
good', put brought to tld tnukct frnm
rallidclptila. Hie Mock comprise all tlie
nti st style or Hat, Hoiinet, Klowori-
million, and TrlimnitiL-n or all kliiiln. ii Inr
' " - o
tarUty ol ladle,' undcrwer, Inlc-ry, bell
liiukles, collars, cillf, etc., etc. '1 bene
gjods are oJercJ at the lowest prh-ci. ihe
Ml, c. MrCirtliy will lio tmmd at Mrs
S wander old utanjon Commercld avenue
bi'ltveeu highth and , itith lrecti. !i 3-ltv
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llnppr Iti-llel for Young. 'Ien from t.
inecl orhrnirsotnl AIiiihh In early life .Man
howl riton.'I. liniKsliiiiciiiH tu Marilaxe
inijvH New mrduiil of trtulnirnt Nnv am
rniark:ililc nmwllt- lliKikmitiil circular ti nt
frrr. In tulnl triitrfoiirii Adilrci. llDtVAUli
A.i0(.IAlION. 119 V Nlntli tnvt. I'i,ll.,l.i
Iitila, l' ,.ui Inililiilioi liavinif a lillirrimta
tiun liir liouiirable eomluet uud iirofMniomil
iti:.ti. i:stati: xuv.s i.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO
Land Aijenta of tho Illinois Cintrn.l and
.uurunrfion ana uuincy li. it,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Xoveo
J. O LVMCIt.
M. I. IIOMLEV
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
JEVX3 A T ESTATE
Colloctors and Conveyancors
OPFICE-At tho Court nouaa
Don't Malay tn buy a bond nf the INDUS
TRIAL EXIllIllTii.S- COMPANY.
.un.,,.,'t.on!,m', 'I"".' Lottery; bear In mind
that the Capital Int cited Is always icurcd.
Every Horn! run-hated before April 5th will
parliclnite In tlie Fourth feerlea llmwlnif, to he
held publicly. In Ihedty of New Y'ork, on Mon
clay, Ajirtl 5tli, 173.
Bonds are $20 each.
This Loan l Icaued ou a novel plan, and it
niilhn.l.o.l I.i- .r,..l,.l I.I Ih.. I ., .IuIjI,,,. .
tliofctatoof Nciv Y'olk
CAPITAL FWZfi, 8100,000.
rt,i.,ll.l-l .elt.n unl.ilA- ...111 . t
IIV1II1I o nt-Ti tstl .A'Illli,IVII nill UI' DCIli
fltc of cIiuvkc, on npiilicutlou
Var Tin nils nnd Ailt In form Inn . ilHin.ii trltri-
MORGENTHAU, BRUNO &C0M
22 Park Row, Now York.
Or to O, N. HUGHES,
0) Ohio Levev, Cairo, lllluoli.
1Ilmll lir ftt.n nn V.w Vrt.l. r-llw 11. nV. lib
.... . - - j ...M. ....... n ...... v. . . , ..nM...
Bliteiwl Letter, or T O, Money Order
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W I II.M.I.III.W, I'rPtldcnt
IIKNHY I. IIAI.I IDAY. VliV I'.r.t
A II HAn-Ollli, CwhleV
A 1.1 l;it II Y.1I.OI. AM'I Ca.hler.
riAT TtVtOn, It. II. C.-fXNlHflllAM.
I. I IMMIMV, tV. I- llntLH.AT.
. II. tt ILMAMMIX. ntll lllN IHlUI.
A 11 Xinonii
Exclmngo, Coin nnd United Statca
HondB Bought und Sold,
DEPOSITS rtrrlte.1 and a lenenl Imnrliif
CHAUTEHED MARCH 21, 1809.
CITY NATIONAL DANK.CAIIIO
A II MAl'Koltll, l-rralilent.
H T.t Vl.lllt, Virr l-iralitrnt.
tt I1Y.1I.OI', bee' r anil Ireuiurer
IlA!iC!.AY, ClUI (iALIOIirit,
hriKKi-LKiir, 1'AiLli, biniii,
tl.l-IISUIIAM. II I, llALLillAr,
.1. M 1'nii.i.ic.
I N I I.IIt.Sl jiald on ileHiiit at the rate of nt
I K-rrvnt prraniinni, Marrli lit anil t.terii-
l-r l;t Inlrml not withdrawn I added Imme.
itulely to the principal or th iIiiki.IU. Itirrelir
KlvliiB Hum unniMiiiiid Inlnnl
Married Women nnd Children may
Deposit Money nnd no ono
clso enn druw it.
Op-n eiery biilnrnil.iy fromai m. to 3 p rn
ami sniiinli) etenlni for natlns ilrpo'lt ouly
W. ItYSWP, Treaauror.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Comtneiclal Av. nnd EUhth St.,
Il Olrt-n frnm O m , .. 1 , . n . tr. . I . . . . .
r - ...... ... . ,. .... . -j. iik iiuivgi
Ion of rrg-tii.ir Hanklnfc lii.iiit. AUo on t-
unmj r.rninR irmn il lo a o clock rur tlie atim
liiml.itioli of .-savinifH il-iltoM.
Exclmnen Bought nnd Sold on tho Prtn
cipal Cute in tbo United States.
"l'niln ri.hinm. .In... t. ah t-.1.-.l
IltUnd. I'm lice, nml nil th tirlnnl
.ernuny. s-wlterUnd, HelKlum. Ilolland, Itui-
m, uruuiaik, luiy ami ollirr fortlirn ruliont
t ?lL'ljl.eIIrill4 m.iil In nv nf I'n..... I..
Dnilt or ioeror attorney
-t.lr. nf ....! I. tn.
tratrlrii in Kurop
fill 111 all til.
Gold, Silver, United Statca nnd
other Honda Bought and Sold.
Interest :lls7si c: Tia: Ds:-::i',!
IN THK SAVIKOS DEPART ENT.
r ' 0. CANKDY. Prealdnt.
llENltY WUI.LS, Vico Proaident.
THOMAS LKWIH. Uaahler
T J. KUIITH, AaaiaUnt Caabior.
Special Alignment Notice.
PL'III.IC liotlrr in lierrby given that Hit
ri.lltl I V r.ilirf .,f .. .... .
. , , - ------ -. .i I'.uiui iin in-
ileinlJti'Uineiit lur a inrlil .e,iinriu uikjii
wir irori- M-neuiiisi uj me ircon.uucl.ou of
the .iiI.oh'iiik milrHulLj, lit
f-oulli idi-of Kolirlli flH-rt.UlHM-ii tt'Aililnx
Ion uml Uillllllcrclulutriiueo nr. I .l,l,,rM'..r.
lurilnii ntenutf, fiorn Kourlli to l'lllh ttirUi
i-asl il'Ic-iifttuiliiiMtoii m i-nlii- frum F.nii Ij
BiMii iiiri. nnrlli aide of Klfth ulreet rrulii
tt Until IILftlill ll.l ,.r..i.r,..l ....... .......
or.-i-frlitll fioin tt ulliut to ni-derly llnf or Init
0.1, lltntlii.li north nlilr r l:l-t t-utii frum Wiub
linrliiii nri-iiiii, i,. t'u!i,n .I...I. . . .i.i ..
l'.llll.ir fell-..! l.lir..... IlK.ln I '( . ...
.iTiiinl ftltii'l. .i.iilli .1.1. ..r 'l-u. ....... i... ... .
ironi J "I'bir lo .xji-anion-atrirtij mmiii f)f
...n.'... ...,i in-.nrrn f U,lllll Ilin ailllUOIll
me iclut ntenueti eut side of H'a.lilinjtonaTe
iiuefrnm l.lKlilhtn Mnelti fllnl.; iionli tide nf
r.lLfllltl.lM tllL'tl tt II. ll ill 1. 1,, III, I, .....I ,1'.. I....
.... r. ---.. ..... HI'. I.UIIIMl
tin-tl miutli idi-iif.ei-iiti, l.-liiiu tt'adilinf.
uii-nm- mi, i . uiiiiii mnri, a, h in mole runy
ut'l-,-.irrromtlierfriliU-Uoiyiif the Jiulmeiit
on Ilic- in lli otlli e or tliecity cit ric of lin- city or
( uiroi III it il ll.irr:iiil f,,r ll,. ..1 1...I l..n ..r ...-i.
arvniriit Is iii the li.ind.of tln)iiiidirsli;un
.in n iMiii iiurrcsini an- ill mir llilllllinl tiiiii.l
ami iuy tlii-niiiniiiita uiens, at tli inlli-ctnr'a
nillre. No l-.'l.ouilm-ri'liiluii-iiiii-. wllhln ihlur
Lit from Hie dale lini-of II y Itl.AIiK.
i ity Irnimin-ran.l hx-ofllelo Collector.
Da'ed tlila 3lt il.iy or.Murcli, loTi.
City ri.r.iiK'n OrrifK,
CAino. III. . Mmc.i l-ili. In-., t
"XTOTIL'K 1. tl.-l 11. V ITIlPli. tlml f,i. l'i.n.,1 ... i,
i. ." II day ol April, A .l .ItTViKenend clef
tion will Itliild In tlu-l ity of Calm. Alexander
(.oiinty, sutc of Illinois, for the i-lcctionof the
fllllllWlllL I1H1I11.1 rill- lilll.P. tii.lcll A .......n.
,-,; ,,.i.,.uij iii-.isiin-r, i, i iij uuuriii-. a
nly ase,ir, und one alderman from each ttani,
iiiui, ii inu ji-iiin llll ilic JlurMlsrs ii,
raid eleclion. dU w ill Ik oiK-nnl at (he follow
ing named ilacc, lo-wlt In the First Ward at
the lirli-k bulur4 hotlne lalcly ocriiileil by IJ.
V. DavU. on the ,-soiilherly aideof rtlxth elne I,
U lwien Commi-rclat and tt'uihlnRton avcniicai
In the -croud tt'anl nl the engine ioiiii of the
HoiiBhiind Itcady Klre cnmiariyi In tho'lhlrd
tt'in-il nt lhr rnifini lion, e of llm 1 1 Itu-rimm t-'h .
company i In Ire Fourth tt'anl at tho Court
uoiue. iniu in uie rum want al ilic noute or
.tl a. Mllllvnn. on thi Vnrlll.ucAt rnrtirr nl
Twinly-llllli eliett uud Cninnieiclal atenue,
."-aid i-lccllon will lieopinol at i-Ulit o'clock In
the ninrnliii;, nnd contliinc n,rn until scrcn
o'clock In the nllei noon nl that day.
uy orni-rni mc i ny i niincii.
tfll.l. I.' ll. Ml' if iv a n... ri...i.
Special Assessment Notico.
DUIII.IC NOrttE ii hereby given that the
- Circuit and I'mmlv Cnurta nf Alexander
L'ountr. haro renderrd InilL'nipnt for a aneclal
aireaumcnt upon propel ty beiietllted by the fol
lowing Improvement, vli . GnivcllnR Ohio
I.L-li-u atli-el li-nni Knurlli in Potirlceulli atreeu.
a will mmc fully ujipcar from Ihe certilled copy
of theJudKinent on Ulu in llieoillceof the t lei k
oi ine my or uu lo mat a warrant lor in coi-
li'i-llim nfannh iiaai-aampnta la In Ihe li.-inila nf thi.
timlereln-niil. All i cmon iutereated are hereby
notllleil tn call ami pay the amnunt nseciieil, at
the collector's olUce, .So Ih Lommerclal avenue,
wilhln thirty days from the date heieof.
Dated this 13th dny of March, A II. 1873.
11. I1 lIUAIVI,,
Clly Treat, and Ex-offlclo Collector.
rho Private) Proscription Book,
la ti1 Briuftl Pltritri. AuMui,
JlrALCbttl. t ami 10, 1 ciiuiu itvaif n,
riitul. v'iir.i!Pl. Hjilisrl, Pvrjftit
Kb. hrrbt!lUi abri Fltin I ., I It.
l'-'...l.a L U aaaaHl tvllft
ii-t-. uemlnat nd IVfrvouiDj-
from Exceiua tnl Zmpriidaot
JIabiti. tini. n t tittliti
llaDHl urn W'7 "n" iiriiia
i.. - as . i.i a. 91 ctnta fnr lLPrlta
rreierlpiion nook. th '
M ARRIAfiF PsIlinF
ni.rnu, l.tt-a an,t ,'cra,
. . . --.': . TT. . K . m Matheil. nf
il Treat ment I, r
.1...... h, ,u SO lillJ linirl, rM .......
inf ait'1r aa4 prmbruc rur.., la all carahla ra.ri, f.
nilliraarbal.laarall1. A relUltj (,olJ. for laa
Uarrlt aallaaaa aoolrniiUUni Harrl.a. ambraclai la.
muiI racl.toaa4 la aaata.r soil, 11.1M aojar acal
THE AMERICAN HEMtOY CO .
No. 703 pis street, nr. t.OBiaiio,