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St. Louis and Chicago..
Hie Onlv Uinellunuin .
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l oiiDeciibJ at uuiu auu
nail, Lumsvllle. lndtauapoli aud point Ktet.
12 25 V m Ft Ht. Louis and
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vrmlngin tt. Lool6t,5p. m., and eooBectlnii
for all point ei-
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Fr St Lout and Chicago, arriving at Ut. Louie
to:) p.ni.. ana i-hicsku i .a
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irriiD2 at Clnci-uaU 7:00 a m.; Louisville 6:M
a Hi.; inoianaiwiw o . .7". . A
..... ir.in reach the above polnte list to
tlul'KS to advance ol any other route.
r. m .innll nil rLLLJta.l
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f.ro to Cincinnati, without
MI.LI I'U VAU VHV - -.-.- ,
ebADiri wid through .pert to bt. loow of
Fast Time East.
1) , .r.iai.o by this line go through to Ent.
1 ASSeilStl S tru point without any de.ay
caueed by Sunday Intervening. The 6aturdaT after
soon train from Cairo errlvee In new York Monday
uornlug at 10:S5. Thirty-six hoori In edvaneeol
Var-Ko'r "through tlckete and fnrther Information,
anplr at lUlnoli Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
1PT J. H. J OS KB, Ticket Agent.
.H. IlASSON.Oen. Peee. Agent. Chicago
EORGE 1. LEACLI, M D.
TlTTVOTPl a V U siTf fifUfM.
"oFtlCE-bn Mth .tr. V9 Po"
office. CairQjJll , ,. ,
0r7J. K. 6TUONG,
jmiu twred dally,
A tdTLTATION FREE.
W. C. JOCFLYK,
OKFU'K-1111 Street, near Conir etrla'. Atente
R. K W. WUITLOCK,
Omt' No. 13f Commercial Avenoa, betweea
Kgtfjatd N'.MS Street
JJ9 E. INCE,
.MioufaotHMr od Dealer In
th 8ln-e., between Com'l At, -d Levee.
' CAIRO. ILLIXOW
CUOKE BOKINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KNUS OF AMCMTION.
iafen II.: Mired. Jill Kind, ol Kr Madn.
Boot & Shoe
So. 90 Com'l Are., Bet 6th & 6th 8ts.,
)ut"recelfed a fall line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which ho will tvll at the lower bottom prleee. It
eooiprleei the beet of bT. L 'UIf HAND M AD8
and of BOSTON MANUFACTURK8, LADIES'
and CHILDRS.NM ttUOEd. aud QENT8' RUB
BER BOOT8 and SriOBB.
ri7vre a!o make to order anything In onr Una
of the bet material and woramanehlp.
W. 8TBATT0N, Cairo. T. BIRD, Mlaaovri.
STBATT0N & BIRD,
No. W Ohio Lewa, Cairo, 1 'J.
(r Acwta Ajaadcat Powdet 0.
A Boneehold Article) for Uni7erel '
For Soartet mad
Typhoid Fevere, '
Horo Throat, Small '
Vox, Steasloa. and
U Contaglona Dlasaesa. Penom waiting on
the Sick ehouUl uh ii freely. Scarlet Kever h
ever been known to apread whore the Fluid traa
uwd. Yellow Fever haa beea'cured with it aftr
black vomit bad takou plaoa. The won
nam of Diphtheria yield to it.
rre4ndAirhPer- CMALL-POX .
one refreshed ard and
Bod ftoree prevent-: PITTINO af Smau
4 by bathing with i pg rBETKHTCD
t m'i'Tr i1 A I r '-.,le '
I?ir'.i',...?le.iy W" Ukwmt.
For laore Tbrotat U i a
Cor Iroatod Fel,
Chllblalna, Pi la a,
' Kfcanmatlem cored
ftoft White Complex.
tone tecured by i uae.
tlhip Fever yreveaied.
. ! purtfy the Ureath,
Cfeaoee tb Teetb.
k eaa't be aurpaeead.
Small po. I rued the
I Fluid ; the pedeat waa
aot delirieua. waa
pitted, and wee about
' the houae again ia three
weeks, and no othere
had it. -I. w. ruia
I IMSOM, Ph.
The phyaidaaa here
uae Darbva Fluid very
Vrounda healed rapidly.
ucceufuliy In the treat-
meot ot uiptitAena.
Tetter dried op.
Cleere purified and
In caeea of Death k
ihould be uaed abrut
the eorpae it will
prevent any unpku
- ant loell.
The eminent Thy
BL V., Mew
York, uyi: "I am
convinced Prof Darbya
TrophyUctic Fluid it a
Aa Antidote tor Animal
or Vegetable Poteoaa,
I uaed the Fluid during
our preient affliction with
Searlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It ia
kdiapenble to the ticlo
eaora. Wm. F. SaVMt
roeo, Eyrie, Ala.
Vanderbllt University, Naahrllle, Tenn.
I tettify to the nio.t excellent quilities of Prof.
Darbyl Prophylactic Fluid. At a disinfectant and
detergent it ia both theoretically and practically
auperior to any preparation with which I am ao
juainted N. T. LtnON, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbya Fluid ia Recommended by
Hon. ALtXAMoaa H. Stephkns, of Georgia;
Kev. Chas. F. Deans, D.D., Church of the
tranprs, N. Y.;
ioa. LaCoirri, Columbia. Prof., University, S.C.
:ev. A. J. Bttlb, Prof, Mercer University;
Rev. Go. F. Ptaaca, Bishop M. E. Church.
DfDISI'ENSABLE TO EVKRT HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally tor Man or Beast.
The Fluid haa been thoroughly tested, and we
here abundant eviien-e that it tut done everything
acre claimed. For fuller information get of youj
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. H. ZE1UN CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA.
QAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
Ladlee and Children's llat:n e, Saturday at t p.m.
Shook &c Collier's
LIGHTS 0' LONDON
Under the Auspice of Sh ok Collier, Prop's.
Union Square Theatre, Xew York,
In George R 81ms' Powerful Spectacular Melo
drama, the Union Square Tbeatte'a
Greatest ttutxet, The
Lights O' London
Preeented with all the magnificent a-enery, prop
rtle and mechanical effects ned at that
theatre, palutod ry the wor d-tenowued
Blchard Mamton; mechanical
effect by O. B. Winnie.
Act I. Park and croand of Armytage Hall,
with a view of iho Ball aud Lodge.
Act 11. Interlorof Armytase Anna.
Act III The road from Chatham to London In
the Hdow and M loollght.
Act IV. Scene 1. "Exterior of London Police
Satlon Scene i. Jam' Lodging, No. 8 Roeton
Act V. Scunc 1 "The Hawthorne," 8t. John'
Wood. Pceno, Ei'erlorof the Marvl-bone Work
house. Scene 3. Tie Slip, Regent' Park, by
Act VI Scene 1. "i"he Boronuh" on Saturd.y
night. Scene 2. Mechanical change, showing
Interlorof Jarris' Lodgings. Scene 3. Interior of
Boeton Street Police Stallou.
Wantet! 100 Supernumeraries.
Enquire for Stage Manas -rat Opera Hottee Thurs
day Nov. 9th at i p. m.
Price of Admllo-i : Ri-serve'' Sent", P'rqnetie
tnd Parqa tte circle Si.'m; Drees Circle, 75.
Ueneral Admlsi on: Parquette and Parquette
C rcle. T6: Drea Circle, SO, Gailery, ib. bale of
oats begin Monday n nmlog
CHAS. MELVILLE, Agent.
C.T. AT WOOD, Manager
For Memphis, Hulena, Ore. nville, V ck.bttrg and
Thursday, Sovemter 29th, 12 o'clock M.
The Fine Paasenger Steamer
WILL. 8. HAYS.
W.C. TICHENOrt. - Mater.
O. WASH. FLOYD, - - Clork.
Apply on wharf boat or on hoard.
Tb flno passenger and freight eteamer
T. N. KIMBROUGH, Maator.
- Leaves for
Tuesdays, Mondays and Thursdays.
A Tough Question Which the Gov
ernment Must Meet and Settle.
Governor Murray, of Utah, Discourses
Upon the Best Method of Doing It
Dangers of the Ileotrio Light-A
Bully Shot hy a Boy TLo Army aud
Nary Licked Up by IlamBs-Ati Ed-
itor Ooei to Jail, Etc., eto.
New YoitK, Nov. 28. (iov. r.li II. Mui'i
ray, o( Utah, waa sent there uuuriy thre
veari ago by the rrctldont. II u is on an
offloi,l visit Eat to repuit to the S-oi t-lary
ot tba Interior all be haa seen in tli it s. t
tlon of tbe land. Yenlerdny he enooiin
Ured Ir tbii city and naked to five th re
mit! of. bl obsetvatii)u and experience.
In the cosirne of tnw iutwrvlew b? $:ii'l:
i'Xh Mormon, church of late year h
couoeated the tmorrm of njon"y ' 11 c..l;t-i :,
Tbeyare extremely and wledy n-ticT.:
about tt monetary affairs, and tlicrp ! i,'.
avenue open for ine or the general coven. -
tnent leading to 1ntiuab!e invtfatL'atiou
thereof, ao that we really know nntiiiiu
about It. It ia obviou, however, at; J :i
MDfllble Inference, If it were not ii' ir
tbat with the growth of the Monnou pop
ulation, the expansion of its aeopo an J
the Inoreuinc vigor of its -xit nee. t'-i
amount of lu revenues must proivrt: niui -
ly Increase. I cannot say that M u ni ri
have much fear of anybody; th'-y c..-rt-iiii.v
have no respect of any law. but in tj
TUF.in PF.CU IAP.Y STAVt'IN'i
they aeem to droud any publL'i'y. "
"Whn t. lh. i.lilf.f ur,r.tli. ni.u '"
"John Taylor, an Enllnlun in or Scot, h
man. lie Is an e derly piaon, in i:..
neighborhood of 70 wav or tlm ..i u r.
of rather fine preaeiiue, astir. wj, :-il' niv
Ing person, fond of ciutrol, uiid Jii't th
kind of a man to utliiase tiie up rii':-
and fanaticism, of ttte Ignorant pt-p! wt:li
w,.o n be baa to deal, "
"Ii be much married?"
'Vf-ry much. II) ht.t a iiti'n!-r o:
wives, I do not know precisely how many.
They ocuupv d'fferent houses in u'
'How do the lead m manage to keep t:
poorer classes down?"
"The condition of iiffairs Is so dlti-r -in
there to any known In the country at n
that It Ii hard to appreciate the situ.itio-i.
You rea ly cannot form any adeq-iati '.m
ceptlou of the lanorance and fanaticism of
the maaae. They are al)olutely wretch' 1.
FROM AN liiSlLKS SlANDl'OIM.
They aeem to bave one lttiple tiioti.iii.
tbeubureb. Tbat is lb povr lo wb;. ii
they render r-:a.ly obPiliencc If they iii l
uot tbey would be ostracised by a lai u'e m.t
Jorlty of tbelr fellow-cltizens. So you
their hviug dependsi literally upon
their standing in church tlrov-. Uiid"
ub a,.ii.uuiaT.a.Mn.si i not.titfir u't foi l-
telllgent men, mreuu; ... r ,., -,..i . .i i--
uper-ibundanu! of capi'ai, to c.. r.;i-"
unlimited power, a power wnicli a-.ur.-- to
the commou people the rlht to uvu a- li-.-t
they can in tula worm with the cci t tintv of
a beatifl : hereultr. ' '
"You bave a Legislature?"
"Yea, but Its uiemheu, although in ii!iii
ally e ected, are liieralls appointed l-y tlm
head of the church. ' '
"You consider the territory in penpra!,
and Salt Lake lu particular, pro-iprr-oui?"
"What la the habit ot the men cheer
ful?" "And the womeu?"
"Well, tbey are very much like oilier
"And the prosperous men; how aliout
"On the eurfaoo they are polite. Tha
VERY POLITIC AND SHREWD.
Tbey have one face for the government an.i
the world while currying on tbelr sclu-incs
and out working their theories, which take
hold of ihe very marrow of thousands of
"Do you anticipate a collision with the
"How will It come about?"
"The collision will come In some casual
wax, through 80,Ut) Incident of or Unary
life, and sooner or later the JIo; o will
be on one side aud the Goverutuoii: .. t in
other. I have never suggested the pu.tlti,'
down of polygamy or any oiher single cr.uie
or vice by military force, aud I must nut lie
werved from my main point, which is not
to eensure polygamy, and I have no desire
to make this, that, or the other churo.i
odious. Those are minor matters, in view
THE TREMENDOUS GBOWTU
of a carefully matured pinn to establish a
government on Uuited States territory,
which is hostile to the autliorltv of tin
ttnlted States. "
"How do you expect to overcome this;"
"By law, tbnuu'h the maj -siy of the
oourts and the dignity of civil Mithoritv.
When Mormons are brought to f.ii'
with faois they ingeniously avoii, n discus
Slon ot the governmental prolixin nod le
gin to talk utonce about persecution of the
Church, so that when we, lollowln; tie ir
lead, begin to argue airntiist poiynmv al on
we give them a battle ground of tin-.u pr--portions.
Nobody knows better then they
tbat the absolute separation of cbni .-n .UJ'I
state was made a principal factor r.y tie
founders of our govcrnm-nt and ih- m ti
ers of our constitution, while In some of i tie
original states ecclesiastics wnv ii.jt per
mitted to bold public ofllce. In Utah me
government now needs to be ilhected
against the encroachments of tlm church.
The boot Is on the other loi,'. It Is not the
church who is assaulted;
THE CHURCH IS TH K A l l - !!.
The United States Roveruniei. ii, he,
and is, the protestor of civil no. religious
liberty. No church needs protection
tgelnstthe goveroniout of tbo United
States and any man who asserts and tenches
doctrine so infamous as that d.iscrvci the
Condemnation of the universe." j
"Well, the Mormons ought to cujov it
la common with all citizens, ought tin y
"Certainly, lo" the law breaker, law
deflera and Inn Hern In Utah who en
Joy ibis proi. i ., in common vitb all
ottlisns of this c iiii.iiy of every denomina
tion and faith, have abused It, and tlo
twOae It continually, u.id deftly It is used
bf those who abuse it, and the peoplo who
We engaged lu other affairs are iuvurlably
mis l iu coiisi.irnnir w.iat is uroutully
Uiruy I tho "U aii problem. ' If the 'iuc
tlon ' r U..i.-n, or n-iuious belief enter at
all in- hi Int. I L'eut
'ills(;fSStll t.f 1 1IK lO'K.sllDN',
In a fc'vTu!lKMIt -:.-, s. ll.e a I doubt, then
and c riain'y it must in- ti...lei' ine lii'st pro
hihit'o: , 't:i it r.iu -re.. ill make no law
refmr jti,' tl.H est-il) isiilllHIItOt a reil.'ioti,'
rarhfrtiian under tli- eeuud 'or prohibit
int the lie-' e.vi-ri'ise thereof.' "
M hcii in I to sii.':;-it a r. iiiedv for the
evi., Uo . Murray i;ii: "Lnh-r one ol
two latiUs. F.i !, tnat alt laws paed hy
C'oilsffi'lrs be repealed, and If It be the plll
j.osti' lo ..vi riooK t i line a-aiiist the und
uiui ttl le-- r rruii-.- a.Mlual tin1 hiw, poly
.;3I',1", t,.t t'ie fact l..util he ollie.a'.lv lie
tel lil'i.c! mi. i ;niiiiiuiiceii ill onl-i' that lt:e
pe...: '. tin. real legion may know what
id ix!- ami iniw in ,iir.i.i;,-o lUi-ir family
un-,1 Uu.-m. nit u : a. ' '
".Vel t.it s c-'in. '
-A !ii--n i.' itao.is ie:isia'.ure has benn ap
I i.cfitei in d i the K Iniun.l.s act to meet in
J';ni:-viy n : . If t in; body fails to repeal
'uM'lh'v -. -.-e:iii(,' ihe cstahiishiiient of re
liuioti, au : tj.,ro stvutos niilllQed by Con-a.i-l
fa I to pass laws forbiddiusf
p-iiy : . an i fail t r c-.B'iiiz.; the author
ity ut :-.e rmte-.l s-i it j as the soere.jn
I'l.l.t f.i! ti-tiw-r, t.-i"ii Convtre should re
m-. mi of tlo- ori-auio act and as-
t-r.u c. i ; : o, in the -iv-rum-iit.
;T'i it's a I very well so far as it 'oes,
yr.."f .' I . tho remedy?"
' "! Ii ! ' Xp -ted 'h it C'oiUl t'J siC
i-.iii..-;. u c in tin I. rstaihl the i1.-!j!Im ot
tie- !'. r. itoi i il want so well as men in the
T- i.-.i.' :.ny more than a pilot in a IL'ht-li-.t.s-
ai. ;-iti ly Hook could tftiid-1 a
v-.-r-i iier-'-s tb'- Atlantic. Tho
I- ... si. on -1 Ii- on li eird. On
i:t .-.l'Jttia etaollsh aao'h-r a'itcy in
I.' iii. In ii-ti of the le.'isi a'ure now pro
i i-t-d tor i.y eii.in 1 of in- organic act.
vii:-'j iii re.iil'y 1- a er.-itute of M-irra.iii
ap; oti'in -lit, ttiere in . at. tie a le-tslalive
e. u.e-.l ui three or liv- ut more, to tie ap--...n'.-d
l.y the i'l-s, ln:, and continued ly
a o a-, wire a si:;iii s.eine, under act
. ft r s, a ttovi 1'nnieiit not oniy for tbt
p. ,. In;! l.y in- people.
Intit-icrs of lln- Ult-ctrlc Mc'tt.
Ni,'. YoitK. Nov. Tin: I5ru-!i olec
tr.c :i ails aioii. Fifiti avenue, from l'W'i:
t , ... :i to l lin'y-t in.-t.i s'ic- ts, were ex
tii .t-.l-io 1 on M .nd .y evening from in to 11
.j', Tl. (.-.-:;'.. t was in utter dai kne.-o
..u t I-t.-in. v -iuc es w-re l,t cotiBtatit dan .
r "I t niiii.ti,' iiit.i each oth-r. Tnis con
iht; in uf affii.s iei i-a'l--'il hy tU- acci leu!
.it t... i . e r e ii :!i' pole on Ihe e.i-t si,p ol
1 in i avei.u -. it'.' ir I hirty-f.itiri h street.
. ; s .... 1 1 1 1 ' u'ci ".e 'I'tiolljas Seahrook, tht
u-r and ilriv ro! a ooupe, ran attains:
t e .;.. VVIttl Lis V Iii -le. Tiw pole Iif lUc
i .! a .:t!l- aiiovc ttie i i vi-i:i -n t. u.-nmlisaeil
t elfila.'e, ami seVei-ly injured Ml'. ea-
I r - .-..
!i- -.Mi- lal.eii t.i lu-i 'l'liirtietli Struct
!'u c- station where his wounds wa-rt
'-r.'iu :r I l.y the amlitilaiice eurtfeon. and
le-w. iii in mi -. Ilts borsi. was utiitijtireil.
i -ti- a hoi -..- attached to a coupe bclon.inu
t. Mr. ILei'ii;-. "! No. HiiT H'e-t Thirty
lit"':! street, st.-pp-d on the eliotrlc wire a.
it lay m the i.ii .die of the sticet, and
vtis'su s- v -rely h I bv ' shock that it
!i.D ! i. ....;
hy . t
of H-nry ller-n'o nv n. A few
is iff-r a coup. Iielon-inc to Motrs.
UV.-I ,1! .t 1
ll 111 i 11 t !"-.-
Oee.ilnO' i n
i;u.;s. or .i. Jist intrty
(' i-:ieil dowu the avenue.
.J uties Conroy, and the hoi
o,ied in ine dan-liu-.' wire ami
severe shocks. Cour
lunmeni art'v s'uniied, but
reel'ie . a sii..,i-( ,.i tra'l fnr
r. i.-ix t.i It.- stable. He is still
s ,if. , :: ti-otii prostration, and tli annimal
I. i- ii..; te-,.t red from the shock. Tin
i;'" 'v ..i pr -leiiily t-e shot. !s-w-ra-.:
i -in n at tie.- .:ib!f.'s agreed thai
the -Ll.t.- -m-v t-tr a: 'fast an hour ami
that t i- I a! -iv-.iu.-ii Cullisioils Willi -reat
.IttU.-nl' ;'. A private watchman !ar Mrs.
A. 1'. s ir: e .rr. do, rated this fact. At
riitrt'a Hi t!-'-et I. i lift Station It was said
tli a' !Cie iiia:i i'ei one horse wvre injured,
tin- la t ha I been shut. The Sergeant said
M: 1 1 u- ti l 1 it- it' I that
i;:i: mghis wtitii oi.t,
Inn lii'.u.hi .i uas only for a few minutes.
Nhi- t.i t;.u peiiieiiien had reported anv
t on. . ... .ut it. At about 11 o'clock work
in. n n t:;e Hiti-ii Cotuj'Mtiy grt the wires
in out. t by r.. !.;&;; a .'adder wh-re the pole
bad !)- ,-ti an 1 stretc'uns tho wire over o.ie
i.f tae i .,i Ine ladder sorv d for a polo
all tl, )-..::,' th-ni.-ht, and yesterday morn
lu.' a i. -. w -),..- was erected.
Ann.T and vy.
i.;i.iv. Nov. li. The promotion
,lii T. atnperto b second llctl
i the Twet.'y-liist infantry, auo
s . hoi-to be si-ei.ud lieutenant ol
-;'h infantry, went Into effect or
ct.taryr.f War has issued a reuu--t
upon the retirement of an offic.-i
:e s. r:e-, or upon the J. uth of ar
a. mi duty, his personal cflcctt
i : .!..--! I cd f i om his la.t station tc
at the expense of the Quarter-
i . i ... it in t-ii' .
1 . -Stan! Paymaster Joint It. Mar
; . . i. 1. 1 di i eU to duty In charge ol
tl South Atlantic station at Itic
: o. t.. .r.o-eeil by steamer of De-
. 1 1 II- :riand.
inder t irh-s S. C'oltoi: is detaclicii
- Moiioe n-y, Asiatic slatiolt, and
ii uaitiie; orders.
mint Thomas H. Slovens is detach-
till. I .
ia 111 '
111 .1-1 -I
ii '; ..::i ' -v. Cilia na and -ranted leave of ah.
ii.-e fur iiiii.. yi ar with permission to U-avt
c it airy.
1'iiniast - Daniortli P. Wri.'ht is detach
I i'. inn t!e Naval store at Uio do Jauerk
i d i r.l )' d to re urn In. me.
Aa Ilililor (.uesi IhJiUI.
l'l 1 I -HI lt-i. p,
Nov. iH. (.'oiomo.love
Iv i. ni , pr-'prrt-"
ir of the A'o ifh' uv l.Vell-
in. ... i 1, and well
known in steamboat ttir
m iy con ict-d on :
1 bed preferred by I'etet
l.y tt.ty c.iuncilimiti, was
i r.'.no line and l bitty
: hi t ie county Jail. Tuj
c!--s. i 1 i . I JI f--i;
i IV of er.i:ili,,i:
W:, tet, an A I. :l.
to- lay sdiit.-ne. ,:
d i'.s imp l otlln-M
'Vie n it u .'iveii
on. t.i ihe public, as
the t om ui.iiluie is over
silth'-tlw years ot
11 litor k-nnedv, of the Mail, was sen
tence..! to pay a tine of rl1."!, and the money
no' leii)! fortlicitiiiii.,' no was sunt to jail
aiso where he will aimi-ehis late employer.
A llullr Miol by a Boy.
t'Allto, Id., Nov. US. A bad shootill,'
affray look place at Hodge's Park .Monday
nl;ht. A desperado named Illte, a lato ar
r val In the cointuiinliy, whom the cltlzem
ha I lea' ned to fear and despise,
entered tho saloon of French Jones, and
heiMu to destroy Ihe furnlliiro and
uialire.i'cd the liimalcs. At last bo tlirevv
a spi'.iooii at the Imr-kcepur's sou, a mere
bov, who at once opened flic with i
revolver, llrlnir live sbtiis, one taking effect
In lilt ' rl-ht side, passing the lungs,
and another throu-h his leg. a The lint aho
vill probably cuuso bia death!
THE ORANGE MYSTERY.
Who Killed .Phajha Paulin, Still in Un
Detectives Hard at Work, But With Wo
Clew Likely to Lead to the Discovery
of the Murderer.
Okanoi'., N. J., N iv. '.'8. -as is reported
here that a womn has recognized the
bloody shirts found near where Pbeebe
I'liullii was murdered as belonging to her
sou, w ho has beet) missim; from bla home
since 8 itunlay morning last. I'ubllc Proa
ccutor Keene has omolally notiBed OoY,
Ludlow of the tragedy, and iuggeete a stai
ed reward for the arrest of the murderer.
Marshall McClie.ney and the detectives
thoiik:tit tbat they bad a clew to the murder
er. Nicholas Murphy' young aon report
i d that he and two other hoys bad aeen two
shirts in a sand pit near Doddtown, one
mile east of the mountain. Officers Conroy
and F.isHiibere found a white woolen under
shirt and a blue and white striped oversblrt
In ine sand pit, and there wero red stains
on ho'h shirts, wnlch had evidently been ,
KKMoven BY TUB WKAREK IN HASTB
and tiling m the pit. Peoplo In the vlelnjf.
nid tiiut on Siiurday venitiaJatf man
had In en m en cia.sing to the sand pit.
(. le s ei H'lliiains, 44 years old, a married
ma t ;m I ait old resident, wat arrcatdd on
siispi -l-iti and iletiiine t In the Orange Police
Sta ion. Dr. M m. Plerson laid the apott
on the sniris ere maile by blood Dr.
ii' k;or, who exam ned the spots micro-S'-
pieil.y, s tai he tbouttht the stains were
m i le by a womaii's blood. Chester Wil
li an- i. about six feet tall, has blue eyes,
I in. n hair, iiuistachu and beard, and had
mi an old clay -e..lored coat, tattered
troupers, broken shoes and a black slouch
hi . His cottiiu shirt was striped with blue
:ii.l vii'.tu. lit was
MI'liK AND PROKANK
iu ins iaiiitua-a., He asked whon be would
lie: r..-!i aseil, addini that he "wasn't iu for
murder." Forty minutes past fivo o'clock
.ii sjatui day t-veuiiu; he said ho and Martin
Williams, who liver near the Paulin bouse,
-a-ne (i-.Mi ihe Ka.'le ro.-k road and met
I'.h.i M. it ddy and a woman riding on a
wa. -i.. Wild mis insisted that be did not
.ee M ss r in in, or if he did he did not reo
:.3 zu her. Marshal M'hesney and De
tecuve K-fin-r talked witn Martin Williams
at th" i' lijlin residence and he corroborated
tins. ei's story wiin the exception that he
viwtuouicn follow im; a woman up the
mountain In Hie direction ot the stone
cru-her. William Paulin, brother of the
m ad -il l. stated that tho William boys
w-jiiid not I. Mi ni his sis'i-r. Marshal Mc
Ciiesnev then returned to Orango and re
; leased I'm ster Williams from custody, but
b- nod Martin Williams promised to testify
at the unpiest on Friday ufternoon.
A woman at Mr. PatiltnN said that Mrs.
, IIousUiu, who lived in "the Eyrie," saw
1 two men walkiui' fast after the girl passed
! that hous.', but Mrs. Houston denied tbat
she saw the girl ami the men. George Van
lliper, a farm tiiiml. said he was told tbat
j the Kirl went to walk up the mountain with
a man to w hom she was engaged. This in
I furtuaiit, wheu questioned, could not say
who the mati was. Mrs. Fisher, a sister
of n.iile. said: "One dsy,
.at I-aac Meyer's Kate, a man
kin. la. I..1'-1-. -. 1 Hil Un,
nn i n.ry sat on a rock where they talked
ante-tiy. She nu t him there several
timr-s. lie was young and well dressed.
:Shc an p aired to expect him but he never
sp .ke lo me or her parents about him. Ho
never came to the house after her. Piople
now say they s uv
fHCtBK AND THE YOUNO MAN
walk together. I do nol think they were
t ntratred. ' '
AltF.VT IT BEAHTLYr
A Bru' il Dojj Fight Between an Import
Tj)T nn-i a Vi'ivo Slut A British No
bioni a., i.. Cmpromiaiog Position.
Nlw York, Nov. 28. a doa fight, wit-iie.-e
l by forty meu all of whom were well
dres-ed and some even stylishly attired,
look place early yesterday morning at a
well know Lout; Island resort. One of the
dogs was the property of an English noble
man, who r-ceutiy arrived In this country
and who br-iiyht with bim five dogs, three
greyhounds and two bull-terriers. Soon
n.ter he arrived here he boasted of the su
pm Ionty of his logs and claimed that either
of his hull-terriers onild "lick any blarsted
d t.- in llamerici, yer know." Onu of
his due Irhnds, who knew a dog fancier,
-uii-ni the hitter's advice, and tbat worthy
aid: "liii's blooimn,' lordshi p'll make
a match lor mood l'ave a dorg myself what
'll ti edit 'is'n." Then the mutual friend
hied aw iv to his lordship, who agreed to
match his 'yeller dors, Tedd'.'.to fight bany
iu Hamei ica for 20 sovs. " His friend re
plied that In:
WOULD MAKK A MATCH
for a friend oi bis, and $100 a side was
posted. A well-known resort ou Long Is
laud was naui'd as the place of
ti.'htim.'. Wh-n tho dois were
pitted at about 2:30 a. m.,
the crowd present became greatly ex
citul and bet their money freely. His
Lordship's entry, "Teddy, " was a yellow
bi-iinile d.e.', wei-.'hin.' 81 pounds. Ted
dy's anta-onist, a black-and-white bitch
iitnie-i Nelly, vveiah-d 31 pounds. The
Ii ambers ol tae .k.-fs und their teferee Were
men wa ll known iu connection with dog
ami cock ll-hts. Alter the do-s had been
washed -t ie to.s for choice giving Teddy
the pi iiile-e of lirst wash und the usually
discus in:,' pr iiinluary of tasting the anl
in a s io iitse ,ver poi-on, iln do,' were ban
ilb d f o il.e t.--t scr nitli. When lime was
caiv.l tt.ey acre hios'd mid duslied fiercely
a' each other, mcoUn- in 'he middle of the
pi . Neilie secured a thro it hold on Teddy
and tor- ai Ins win l-pipe rls. though It wn
a il. iictoiis uior-el.
uv Kit P U ciV'l tt IN I MR TIT
tls-y rod-d, Hrt I'ed ly aud then Nellie
ll.'iili tl.C - ll.(e 111 s! dot. iu tho light."
lo ts ai vanbi- o lds were freely made,
'I d i 1. -iu, i..e l .viirda as the properly of
a ills. ni. uisfi d l..rd. As tho light pro-ttre-sed
the ktl'.vviuj; ones, or the profes
sional el. in -HI present, discovered "there
was only one In the racket," and that was
Nellie. Tiiey iiec-pted all offers of beta
mad" by the "uiny ducks," who bet tbelr
money freely. His lordship got excited
und said it was "Lombard street to Petti
coat Lane" that bis dog would win, and
offered to bet "u 'ttndred to fifty bon
Teddy." The professional element were
dciighiid to bet with such a gentleman,
and said so.
Ills) LOttUSUir WAS At 80 DKLIOHTID.
He could nut put up any money, but of
frred drafts on bis bankers. These of
course would not do, and be could not beta
(tent. He grew greatly excited and de
manded that the dots be separated. Ilia
wishes we ro compiled with, and the dogs
were takou lo tbelr cornera and sponged
With warm water le wash away their blood,
iter a delay of sen minutes tbey wee
bandied for the second scratch. Teddy wan
averse to going over the awratoi., but tfelnn
dashed at him and caught muaile hold.
8ne dragged him all around the pit and re
leased her bold to take another on Teddy's
already damaged throat. Teddy caught
bold ou Nellie's foreshoulder and they
rolled over and over In the pit His Lord
AO AIM B10AMK BXCTIKD
to snob degree that the backer of Nellln
began to "chaff" htm about ownlnv aob
dog, driving his lordship frantic. For tan
second time the animals were separated and '
a third scratch w ordered, but the la
ported dog refused to aorak-h, and Nellie
was declared the winner of the battle and
stakes. The fight lasted thirty ml :uts.
Licked I'P by tfce rtesitee.
3t. Paris, Ohio, Nov. S8.-A fire started
iu the business portion ot this town at 4
o'clock this morning, it Is supposed by an
Incendiary. Assistance was asked from
Urbaua and other towns, there being no
euglnes here.' All the business bousjs on
Main street are gone except tb. hank
building. The goods placed on the a'reet
bave been burned. The loss will probably
reach $UW 00 Very little Insurance.
Haw Waal Pnddlaf
Chicago, Nov. as. The first annual
convention of the Falthlau, who combine
roW BryVt rljfj with total abstention ;
from all foocepi vegetaoiee, opeueu
thls momins. ffaVAPgJf.V eo0''
forred uptio delegates fronj eleVltjila-M.
Tba oic.uilz.tion Intends to start a colon
In the Northwest, live apart from ail others
snd raise orphans.
' Murrayevllle Rlert.
Pittjbuuo, Nov. 28. Affairs' at Mur
raysvllfe, the scene of Monday's riot, are
quiet to-day. The forces of the Penniyl
vania Fuel company are still In possession
of the disputed well. The funeral ofO.
M. Pa ker takes place this afternoon.
AFTER 8IIK PBOVE8 IT.
London , Nov. 21. -The Paris corres
pondent of the Times persists in the belief
that the Tontmln difficulty will be tho sub
ject of arbitration after France prov that
she has the military power to crush
China. France accepts arbitration In
deference to tbe European powers, and
not wishing to disturb tbe commerce of the
London, Nov. 28. Eight blocks of stoue
were placed upon the railway track near
Wolverhampton, It la surmised for tbe pur
pose of wrecking tbe train in wbluh Oiad
stoue was expected to travel.
SEARCH FOR OREKLIT.
London, Nov. 28. Capt. Adams, an old
whaler, expresses a fear tbat the Qreely
expedition has lost its bearings, and says
Emrland should de something toward tbe
rescue. Captain Adaane was ready to Join
In the search.'
A TOWN BURNISO.
Paris, Nov. 28. At Roubalx, DM tie'
factory, covering 1,600 square metres,
burned this morning. The flames spre-i
to the factory of Motte & Melllaaoo, which
Is, at 10 o'clock t- atlll hnrntair. Tbe
whole town le endangered, and the people
are In great alarm.
Paris, Nov. 28. The deoree rescinding
tbe prohibition of tbe importation of Amer
ican pork Ii published to-day in tbe Offlcial
NOVEMBER 38. .
CATTLE - Receipts 6,600; steady;
exports $6 20&6 7&; aroou to choice
shipping quoted at $fl 00(36 10: common
to fair $4 JfcVae 10.
HOOS-BeceiDts 40.000 aotive and quiot,
light at UWdidO; rough packing
H 45f34 90; heavy packing and stilpplnt
$4 00O5 40.
CATTLE Exporten $6 10r 40; rood
to beavy do $5 (J0O6 00; light to fair U
6 2f; common to medium $4 40 41 9j; fair
to good Colorado $400(36 40 1 south Areit Si 75
iv4 8d; grass Texans $3 00(34 23; light to
good stookers fl 60tt3 73; fair to 40 f toad,
ers i3 754 26; common to choice n:ttte
cows and heifers ii 2604 00; soAlUwags of
any kind i2 00m 40.
nous-Receipts 7,434 head: shipments
bead. Market active. York
ers selling at H 5204 40, rourb mixed
at $4 60(34 83. and butchers steadv at $4 90
(36 20; packers paying $4 70O") io.
SHEEP Common, medium Alight IJ00O
8 10: (air to good $8 2608 BO: prime $3 60
(di 00; fair to good Texans fi 76tfr
"WHEAT Decamoer 88; February
99: January 97; Mav IWX.
COKN-December 63 X; January MK;
February 68; Mav 68 V.
OATS December 81; January 8U;
February 31 X; May UH year 81.
WHEAT December $1 02b. : year til 01b.
January (1 04HO1 06; February
SI Ot); May $1 10X.
COUN-Decomber 49), ; year 4; Jan
uav 49 K; February 48K; Mav '.J..
OATS-Deoemoer 88; year 28; Jan.
uary !SH; February 87; May 83 AC.
WHEAT December tl 11 V ; January
18 t February IS; May 1 20.
CORN December WH; January 68M2
February 63 X ; May 66 H .
OATS December 87V Januarv SIM;
February 80K; May 41 K.
BUTTER Creamery at 82(334 to 88 tor
selections, - shade more in a small war:
seoondaat dairy rates. Dairy at 287334
tor eholce to fancy to 80 tor selections;
fair 12T31S; low grade 8(310. Uood to
choice near-by In pails 8(316.
POULTRY-Dressed, Sprint: chlokens
-email $2 00(33 60: fair to oaolce. 7.V38 00;
eholce $3 60: Old ehlckeue Cocks fMU'i 76;
mixed, $2 WeH 00; bene. $2 60'
turkeys, $6(312 V doaen; accoi ding to size,
and dressed at 6i312a per lb. ; ducks $2 76
m 26; Geese $3(36.
EGGS Reoeipt 1,806 pks. In better de
naudand firm at24o for good marks.
Wheat arrived dull, fair demand; earn
arrived unchanged. Wheat to arrive
dull ' and oorn firm. Mark Lane
Wheat steady and corn firm. Country
markets quiet. California wheat to arrive
advanced 6d. Spot wheat dull; No. 9
spring 8s 9d: No. 3 spring none In market;
Western winter 6s tkl; Mixed Western
oorn strong at 6s 7d. Detvea&
from Continent and United KlogdoB .
aasjsw uosjtgia wiunwiave own.
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