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ILLINOIS CKNTUAL K. K.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Ijino Kwuuin
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkct Connection
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ehaneea. and through i;uc.t l., S l-l'a, "B
Fixat Tiino Ku.-t.
I , . .,. r,i.o thlp Hue so through to Kast.
I il.SSOlllICT ern point without Any de.ay
caused by Sunday Intervening. 1 ho t'lrri.v fter
.mm. trafn froiu film arrives Id tie o-a Men day
nornlug at 10 :':. Thlrty-su hours tn aavane.Mil
HrKn'rXotigh Urke'i and fatter Information,
ai'uit si Illinois Centra! Kaliroad Depot, i a:ro.
lpT 1 J. U. JONKS..Ir Agent.
A.U. HANSON. (i' I'a. Agr.t. Chicago
K. H. TIME CAM) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL U. K.
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Mill 4 Ex.. .p.m.
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Dally except suu.'ay. t Dullv.
A11UIVAL AM) JiKPAHl I'RK CK
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" (Soiith.rii DW p. ni.
Iron Mountain K. It 'J;:t"p.m.
Wahh It It I" p. m.
Texa Ht. Loui It. K T p. m.
ht. Loiiia C iro It. It S p. m.
I I'm I'U
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
A a. m.
4 p. in.
.M m liver arrlvca w id .von.
doparta Wed.. Krl. A: Sun.
V t). gen. rivi. op n from 7:3oam to .:.io pm
P.O. Imx del. oi ep from fi m io9p m.
Hundava Sn. liel. oi'n from....8a. ni. io lB.m.
SundaW tiox del. open from. ...6a. m to in:3nm
iVSO'l'K. Chanir-a will ho pu'illi-lnd from
time Initmo Id city ppera. ''harM vojir farrij. ac
cordtnuly. " M. M. Mb HI'lli . 1'. SI.
CiAlhO HAI'TIi'T. Corner Ten'll iu:(' I ojmi r
J uneta; pr.-i-Mn i v. rv Sunday mo uliu and
nlfhtat UMial hours. I'rajer n-e.v . u Wcluea-
day uli:ht; ftiit.day school "::tiiafi
' Utv. A. W. Vc.JAUA. I'.iMor.
iHVKCH Of THK KKDSK.MKK-iKpljcopai
lourteeuth atreet; Sunday 7:0i!a in.. Holy
Communion iu::w a. m .. Voruinif I mverp II a. tit -
Hunday trhool 8 p. m Knlnn I'raym 7:4" I'.m
jr. r. l.avelipori, a. i . o. m:rir.
I MUST MISSltJNAKV HAPl'IST CHL'hCIl -V
l'rearhlnu at l(i::via. n... 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. tn.
.tal.hath school at 7::t0 p. m Kov. T. J. Hhorct,
IrTllKKAN-Thlrteeiith itrent; pr.Ke Mali
a bath l:3n a. m.; HnnJay cbooltp.in. Uev
Rr.uppe, pant Jr.
f K'lHUDIbT Cor. Klchth and W'aii.nt ftreeH,
41 Preachltik batihalri 11 : 00 a. tn. aii(l7:'K) p.m.
i.tidav Soho..l at 4:0 p m. Kev. J. A. Svarrutt.
I JHESIIYTKHIAN Ktyhth atrwt; pfeaenluR on
1 ShMibIIi at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m ; pravor
meetliii: Wertnwiday at 7:3') p.m.; unnnay ticnaui
at 3 p. m. Kev B. . Uooric, paatnr.
OT.-ltiHlCI'll g -.(Koinan Catholic) Corner Croat
1 anil Walnut atreed n.irvlrr Ni'iniiui in :w;,
n.; Hunrtav School'", m.j Vocpert 3 p. m. ; r-
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nt.p v.i'ij unj B. ..iti nut. j unini it.""
OT. I'A'I'KICK'H-nmman Calhollcl Corner Ninth
0 atreot and Waahlnicton avenne; aorvlrna Sab
oaili 8 and in a. in.; Vuapvra 3 p. m.; 8'inilay School
1 p. m, aorvlr.en ewry day at S a. m. Iter. MiiHl.i.uor
Mayor Thomai. V. ilaili.'ay.
Trfaaurer Chailit V, Nullu,
Clork Dennla. J. Kolcy.
Coiinaolor-Wm. B. Ullliort.
Mi.mhBl-L. H. Meyeta,
DOARU Of AtUCUMIM
first Ward-wm.McHaU', Harry Walker,
itf-.ond Ward- Jio llinkln, 0. N. Hiiuhet,
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Kiiert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charlei O. Patler, Admph 8wo
'"'iri'h Ward Chaa. UncaaUr. nnry 8'oiit.
Circuit Jiidao-O. J. Hakcr.
Circuit Olnrk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judtu J. II. ltoblnaon,
Con my Clerk S.J. Ilumni.
County Treatnror Mllua W. I'arkor,
Coroner K. Fltagerald.
County CommlMlonart T. W. Halllday, J. if.
M.al4hT M4 Pttet tiiup.
0 II 0 L E It A !
'1 ho moat prwrtul AntiHeptto
WILL PHKVKNT THR CHOLERA.
The moat powerful An
tlreptlu agent which
chemistry has produced.
Its use, elthrr inter
nally or externally pji-di-ra
all It crntea in cou
tar.t with, pure, sweet
and clean, the produc
tion of diHease-ucrma
caaea and the pstn ut
When Ufed on Ulcer,
Scalds, Kuroa, eruptions
and Sores U stops all
I'atn, sweeten the part"
an.l promotes the rapid
formation of b e a 1 1 ft y
licrnm of IiUchh.
. in M ll.l CP 1 1 in ip.iru
bv Hrlnrir-it .tint n m.
dteaes are introduced
oy pntrincatl..n, which
reproduces Itself and
propogatoa the disease
ever widening circles.
These discarc vener
ate carnation and fill the
air with death. Such Is
that dread Terror,
Wllleh IB HOW lIl'VHHlHI
llitE the Kant and ad
vanrtuK on Its m. union
of death lapidlv tow ards
our shores. Other dis
eases of the aauie ort
are Diphtheia, Typh
oid Fever, Scsrlet Kever,
Its exiiosnre n. a sick
room. Cedar, Closet or
Htuh.e purifies the At
mospheru and drives
away the ccrm of dia
ease aud death.
Taken Internally It
puridea the Ktonia.:li,
Klviuu it tone and
healthy vigor Iiis'hus
that It cur.-s Indigestion
When used aa a Lotion
it destroys all Freilclt)
ayd liiotcb producing
Kcrms, leaving the skin
Clear, while mid trans
Parent as that f a little
Muvl I'm. Measles,
Yellow Kever, Krvin-
elas.etc. All these eii.
crate contagion. Other
diseases K e v e r aud
Aru-, Ma (.rial Fever,
me.., arise from conta
Utoti which conies of
dampness, unhealthy sit
uations or ULCleami. ss.
All these l)1.i.nnr.a rn
be cared only t.y stop
pir.K the production of
tJln-o (ierms and de
stroying thoe alreidy
produced. Iloth these
results are accomplish, d
ny the use uf I'rof
Darby s i.reoarat'on of
Koraclo A. td and Chlo
It render' 1 1 It
pomes In con
tact with Pure
rihe, knowu as
iii. b i m ':rui.i i.j uttine oi me use io
which this (,'reit Iferni-destrover Is appilcal.le.
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of lis usefnlhes, or addr.-ss
J. H. zicirix & co ,
Manufact'irliik' Chcmi-ts, l'HII.ADtLPHIA.
VI cents per bottle. 1'int llottles. II ).
II. LEACH, M I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Ilomeouathlc treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
and chl dren.
OFFICE On 11th street, oppcsite the Post
offlcu, Cairo, HI
jjU. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'OIl, ELEC'TKO VAI'OH axo MEDICATKD
HAT I Id
A lady lu attendance.
W. C. JOCKLYN,
'jKI'li'K -Eiglita Street, r.esr ('..inn err.ial Avenrjo
R. E V. WHITLOCK.
Ornci No. 13 Cotnmcrctal Avenie, Im'wesn
pM'i and Mi.th Strsns
Manufacturer and Dealer In
0th Btreoi, between Com'l Ave. a.id t.cvee.
CHOICE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP A MUNITION.
aHfes Keiatrod. All Kind of Kovi Madn.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tho palatial Anchor Line tteamor
Will learo Cairo every Saturday and Tuesday ovon
Ing it o'clock, RlvliiK Cairo a dally boat for St.
For particular a rale, etc., pplr to Capt.
Vhoi. W. Shields, Oonoral Agent, or Sol A, Silver,
HAIKU. ILLINOIS, FIUDAV
An Iron Mill's Boilen Blown Sky
The Mill Earned nd a Large Kumber of
Penois Killed and Wonnded-Ken-tucky
Metbodiiti Threaten to Quit the
Gamp Meeting Baiinu Kewi Sam
riTTABrra, Sept. 29. Shortly before 2
o'clock ihl afternoon the battery of bollen
alike Iron mill of Lyon, Short t Co., on
the south side, exploded with terrific force,
killing tnd injuring a larje number of per
tens. The particulars of the explosion
liaye not yet been received, at the telephone
wires ire down. The mill is now burning
and the firo department and a larjje force
of police have been dispa'nheel to the scene
of the disaster.
Thirty Bori-4 In the tVrrrk.
Sykacchk, N. Y., Sept. 20. The con
atructioo train of eleven flat curt pushed
ahead of the engine which itartcd from
here over the New York, West shore k
Buffalo road, was wrecked with frightful
low of life ix miles eatt of bere. Ap
proaehine a little station called De Witt a
band car wa ieen on the irack, but tbe
eagine could uot be stopped in time. There
wero 100 laborers, mostly Italians, on the
trafn . Most of tbern Jumped to the ground
before the oollision came. About thirty
were buried in tbe debria of tbe cars,
which were broken into fragments and
piled upon one another. They were all
badly mantled, four were taken out dead
and five more will rtio. The coroner it
holding an inquM to-day.
A Mrlu 1 barge.
CiitcixNATl, Sept. 20. Mr. Emma
Fischer wat arreMed last night,
charged with murdering her husband.
Adam Fischer, by poisoning. Fiscbcr died
suddenly at hit borne, north of tbitcity,
Saturday night, September 8, bin family
said, witb Istart disease, but a post mortem
showed a different cause. An analysis of
tbe iltttnacu a .d coaUHts shwed tbe pres
ence of stryehniae. Suapielon is directed
againat his wife lecUke of recent quarrels
between the two and an aliened Infatuation
of tbe wife with Henry Kaiser, a former
employe of Fwcber. Kaiser surrendered
himself this morning, and both will be beld
without bil until the 128th Inst., when a
preliminary examination will take place.
A Big Dtmsad lor HeistN.
T. ;i.ocis. Mo., Spt. 20. The tale
of seam for tbe Veiled Prophets'
Tableaux to be given at the Olympic
Theater on Friday evening of Fair week it
progressing very favorably. Up to noon
to-day, the entire cash receipts at tbe box
vffti-Aj of tbe theater amounted to nearly
i4,000. The parquett and dress circle are
nearly all taken, tbe ibeet being to marked
tip that it is bard to see many teats left in
tbat part of the house. Up stairs tbe
demand baa also been good, and tbe three
front rows m the balcony are already
marked off. Indications are tbat the bouse
will be well filled io all parts on tbat even
ing. Hussy's Monti Met bod.
CiiiCAiio, 8ept. 20. The Chrlatlan con
vention this morning considered tbe ques
tion, "How may music be best used and
controlled In promoting worksblp and
spreading tbe Gospel." It was discussed
by Ira D. Sankey, and J at. McUraachan.
Prayer meeting followed and addresses
were delivered by Rev. S. F. E. Ewerich,
Lee S. Heilman, and S. E. Curtis on
"How may ear foreign population be
evangelized." The convention will close
The-' Wsutl farms).
Chicago, Sept. 20, An Helena, Mont.,
special says: "Senator Test aud Delegate
Maginnie have arrived at Ft. Benton from
tbe Bltekfoot Agen7, where they held a
satisfactory council with the Pieeaw, who
agreed to cede to Um Government a larg
tract of fine land on oa tbe eastern side of
t lie ir reservation. Tbe ebieta asks the
.ovmment to give them cattle and farm
tig Implements, as they are starving since
i:ie bufUio disappeared.
A Frs;r Cnimril)d lo Jail.
Washington, Sept. 20. Wm. S.
Wbiteford was committed to Jail to-day
charged with tbe forging of checks on the
Sergeant-at-Arma of the House of Repre
sentatives to the amount of $700 on the
names of Halted Stales Senator Gorman
and Congressman Talbot. Whltcford
was at on time private secretary to Gor
man. Low ffatar an Minptapolu.
Chicago, Sept. 20. A Miiiaeapoll. spe
cial save: "Water is lower la tbe river than
it has been for many years. All the saw
dills on the platform and all those run by
utter on the east side have been compelled
te Hop for lack of water force. It is be
licvod nothing can be done until the water
rises, as au attempt to clear tbe channel has
Another l.llj fotulua; Over.
Niw Yokk, Sept. 20. Mrs. Cornwallis
West, the famous English professional
beauty, will be a passenger on tho new
On ion Lino tteamer Oregon, which will
leave Liverpool October 6. It Is said that
Mrs. West will visit the family of ber
rotber-ln-liw, the Hon. Lionel gackvllle
West, British MtnteUr to Washington.
Til Lost Charlie Hrl'OMas.
It. Faj0, Tex., Sept. 20. -A party has
started from Deming for Cata Grande witb
fl.AOO reward to gat Charlie McComna,
new allagfld to have been captured by
Gronhno and Nana, who murdered his
father and mother last spring at Thomp
son's Canyon, N. M.
The) lay Wei Olekrato.
Mokmoi'TH, III., Sept, 20. A reunion
f eld soldiers and sailors, In commemora
Maw of tbe battle of Cblckamanga.ls In pro
irtts bere to-day. jveral thousand pen
al are present. Governor Hamilton and
Aatonsey-Geoeral McCartaey will speak
tar JainktMlaaa; President.
Htw Yoax, Kept. SO. -The President left
for K wpart tbat morning. Ue will not go
to Waaaaaxtoo fc vsiut aas lei.
MOKNINtf, S EPrfE3IBER 2l.
Mb Marrtosa fr Lrv
sl. Lot lfj, Sept. 20. The cours ol
true love docs not raa aay smoother la
Caromlelet than it ds In other parts ol
the planet. Mr. Dominique Lallament,
Carondelel'a wealthy flour merehant, It
Indignant at the elapeoubt of bis daugh
ter Kate, and Mra. Lallament is greatly
distressed. Miss Kata came up to tbt
city on Tuesday laat, saying that she want
ed to do some shopping. Her real mis
sion was to be married to tall
loud ii. an named George l.otla, il
whom her paienta dtsapproved, Mi
K.tiM an an exceeilngl v aid active
yoini; Imly and a year age shw w an op
P'lttiiiiiiy to marry a young uiiin Ion,
0OC), but she scorned bis advances, l.oilu
Is poor, and her friends declared that she
has done a very foolish thing to marry him,
but -r thinks otherwise. Her things were
p.ickeil yest. rduy and sent to Kelmonl,
w here she Is uolng to reside with ber litis
bun. I. On tbe day of her marriage It wan
jii-t a year since Jos, l.ullament, a brother
of Joinluiiio, met wtjti a Very sad death In
the Iillan. nt flour mill.
M M.fbnsetta ProhlMllaaUU.
Kiim'Ion, Sept. 20. The Froliibitionary
Mate convention met at 11 o'clock this
inornltij;. James n. Roberts was choseu
teiiiptrary chairman. He made a slim I
miilrcBs, saying tbat Knblnson was in favor
of the present license law anil could not
represent the Prohibitionist. Tbe Reptili
limn had gone from prohibition to license
iiiid their nomination yesterday was madi
by about 300 men w ho ate Republican
or I)f inoi'i its, Just at they happen tri
Committees were appointed, and George
M. 1'iitteriek, of Hurre, wan elected per
manent president. H.i reviewed tho cause
of prohibition and recounted the manner In
wlitch that party could be deceived by the
declarations of the leading parties, the R.--pu'illcans
coming in for a large portion of
his animadversions. He predicted tbe ul
timate success of prohibition, v bich was
the sole remedy for the evils which threaten
the cllv ami state.
Tbe rookuHIII Celebrate.
St. Lot:i, Sept. 20. "We are on tbe
lookout for visiting crooks, Just now,"
said a detective to a reporter this morning,
as the funnel closely eyed tbe passing crowd
on Fifth street.
"Why, do you expect many comers ol
that kind?" tbe reporter asked.
'Well, yes," was tbe answer; you aee
this fair has been more extensively adver
tised than any of Its predecessor,
and It Is thought a larger repre
senta'ion than usual will be on hand from
the country. Granger!., you know, are tin)
.rooks' rie everv time, and for thai reason
1 think the latter will muster up emirate
and tnke the chances of being
ciiiuht for tbe sake uf
tbe big spoils they see in sight. Last year
we locked up five, and I do not suppose
here were twenty in all visited the town.
.Vol In Hi. Cattle Business).
New Yokk, Sept. 20. William Rocke
feller, president of tbe Standard Oil com
pany, being to-day Interviewed in reepeel
to tbe allegations tbat the Standard Oil
:onipany was largely interested in cuttle
t;r.itiiig in the Weat, made an emphatic
ili-avnwtnent to the effect that neither the
standard 0l company nor any of Itsattill
at.'d interests, nor any person connected
with the management of any of these com
patii' s, have now, or ever have had, any in
terest in or connection w ith the blisiiu sa of
taking up Indian reservations, or other
lands for grazing purposes, and are not in-It-re-ted
in any Western cattle companies
or land s 'hemes.
A I hrealenel Prohibition.
Cy.viuiaxa. Ky., Sept. 20. The Ken
tucky conference of the Methodist Church,
South, indorsed tbe action of tbe I.otls
lle, .New Albany and Chicago railroad on
A itlnliawiiiL' their Sunday trains. They
also adopted resolutions opposing Sunday
train to camp-meetings, and all traffic on
camp grounds on Sunday not absolutely
necessary. Tbe conference appointed acoiu
in it tee to attend each camp-meeting and to
report, with the understanding that II
Sabbath desecration doe not cease tbe
church will prohibit holding camp-meet-iugs.
WashinOION, Sept. 20. The Secretary
of the Nary ha received a telegram from
Commandant Welch, at the Pensacola Navy
Yard, dated the 19ib Ui-it. "No cases ol
yellow fever anions the naval forces, I
have been able to-day to get some reliable
information about tbe situation among the
citizens. The cases of fever are undei
treatment by one physician, two of which
died to-day. All but two children are
reported with symptoms of the disease."
(ons lo Meet Freddie.
Nkw Yokk, Sept. 20. Mr. William
Talbnts sailed for Liverpool yesterday.
His departure occassioned surprise among
several of hi friends who were seen lasl
evening. At the Union club, where Mr.
Talboys makes bi heuduarters here,
nothing was known of his departure. II
was thought that he would Join Mr. Gel)
hartlt, whose Intimate friend he is, In
Paris, and will return with him next
The Kaplers) Convening,
ST. Joskpii, Mo., Sept. 20. The editors
of the northwest are packing into the ciiy
at a lively rate. The Association was call
ed to order at 10 o'clock by Jake W. Spen
cer, temporary chairman. O. M. Uiliner
welcomed them heartily, nud Col. Jake
Child responded. The temporary oilieers,
Jake Spencer, presided, and F. A. Wei
nicr, secretary, will probtbly be elected
permanent. There are about fifty pres
ent. I.o, I he Had Indian!
El. Paso, Tex., Sept. 20. A dispatch
from San Jose says the Indians are very
ineasy and are driving off stuck. The
sipiaws have beeu sent to the mountains
mil a fight is bound to come. Four men
were murdered eighty miles from Jonas
yesterday by tint Apacbet and llu'lr
bodies nun Hated. Other atrocities are
expected. All tho people are coming In.
Railroad Mill at War.
C'HtCAC.o, Sept. 20. -E. A. Ford, Gen
eral Passenger Agent of tho Pennsylvania
railroad lines east of Pittsburg, says he will
order another reduction of $1, makluir the
rate i8 60 on tickets to Louisville to-day,
and that ho will continue, the reduction un
til the Louisville, Now Albany A Chicago
people take their tickets out of tho hand
laial QnarreJ Over Lawaoll.
Chicago, Sept. 20. A St. Taut, lnd.,
special tayti Tbe trial before a Juo.loo
yesterday between Silas Fafavar and James
MoCoole resulted tn a shooting ' scrape, in
which the former waa killed. licCool it
ftew York Theatrical Notes.
NhW Yohk, Sept. 20. Harry (hupnisn
the Chicago theatrical manager, has .
. ''.ire. 1 a copyright for the new play, "Be
Iwren Two .Sins. " U is a society play,
nud was written by a New York Journal
ist. Mi Fannie Davenport it rehearsing her
new play "Fedora" at the Fourteenth
street th 'litre.
A sp. e il culile dispatch from Pai'W says;
"M. '..poiil sail to-day for New York on
tile ste ihier N'orinaiiil it.
"Mis. l.sngtry leaves Paris early next
week for Kttlsnd and Intends to sail for
N' v York with the members of her com
pany onO loberti by the G11I011 steamer
"M. Coqiieliii will play a new piece In
llnissr-ls this winter, but will go neither to
Europe nor America.
"M. t'arvalbo, director of the Opera
Coniliiie, is still without news from his
truant petisiotialre, Mile. on ZandU"
Northern PaoirM Flnaiire Nlateisaenl.
New Yokk, Sept. 20. The annual re
port of the Northern Paciflc railroad com
I any for iss: show-j Gross earnings,
;.H.Vi,4.'ifi: increase, ,4i".l'iS; expenses,
.t.V,:iii.,c.ii: increase, tl.TM.W.). Net earn-
in;, t'-'.MS.Wl; increase, KSl.Otil. The
Irc.tsiiifi's statement shoAs a balance on
Julv J, l.'l, oiSI.O.'.H.dL'.'l. Received from
eat nine of the land department and mis-
cellanentis, t!),37,021; proceeds of bonds,
tin, WW, 'mo; preferred stock sold, J.T57, -I'i'.i;
loans for constructions, f.',402,0M ;
The report Is a belter showing than was
generally expected, and the improvement
0 tho share speculations 1 partly due to
Nl.lGGEIt SI LI. IVAN
Guilty of Telling Soma Very White Lies
on Divers Occasions.
I'IIII.aPK.i FHIa, P.i., Sept. 20. --"I be
gan training this tuoniing for my ri.'ht witb
Mitchell," said Sheriff, the Prussian, this
afternoon at Pastime Park. "That's what
bring me here. I've not to do some hard
work, for I weigh about 17ft pounds now,
and at least fifteen of 1;. at. has got to go
within two weeks from yesterday, when wo
meet. The contest will probably lake place
in New York. I don't like the conditions,
but I've got to be sa'iefled with them, for
they are the best I could get. For my part,
I'd much rather have tliefi'ht go on,
WITH (lit WITHOUT GLOVES,
until one or the other of us win, instead of
being limited lo six rounds with gloves,
which I don't consider a fair test of a man's
"Have you seen what Sullivan says about
"Yes, I have, "said the Prussian slowly.
" Whut do you thluk of It?"
"Well 1 don't like to say much about Mr.
Sullivan generally, but tie Is piling it on
now rather heavy and a few corrections
would not cnnie in amiss."
"No, Billy, they wouldu't," said Ar
thur Chambers, emphatically, as he Jolued
"In tbe Urst place," said Sheriff, "he
say that be had a letter from me wanting
tn tight for $1,000. I never wrote line to
him In toy life. Then be goes on to say
that my challenge to him is too thin because
my tcti.'ine Is only hippodrotiiuiL', mid thai
I want to tight In order to get my share of
the gate mom J. which would be, an ordlng
to him, more than I have ever niude l.efnic
in my life. Nowererybody who has follow
ed this thing at all knows that it's falfe. I
accepted his offer to tight me a private
CLOVE FIGUT FOB $1,000.
which was made in thai, letter of
Ins to a Boston paper, lu which be says that
a deposit of fl, 000 for a private glove con
test would be covered without a moment's
hesitation. Arthur Chambers made the
deposit for me with Harry Hill lant Wed
nesil iv t. ! .lit blmaprivaic glove contest
until otic iii.i. uoieated tbe other, and the
spectators lo be limited to live or ten a side.
What could be fairer or more straightfor
ward than that? There will be no gate
money In that. All 1 waut to do is to meet
Sullivan and settle in ss quiet and expedi
tious a manner as possible the question as
to which of us Is tbe best man. For my
part I would rather have a private tight
than a public one, for he Is pretty sure to
have the best of It for tbe first two or three
rounds, and If It was a public match
rOLICE WOULD INTERFKKE THEN,
and he would have the credit of having
come out best. But In a private meeting a
man's staying qualifies would decide 1 lie
mailer, sud tbst'a why he pays no attention
to 111 v deposit. "
"He 'ays he will meet Sheriff aftar be
r.turns from his Western tour," broke in
Chambers, "and when be does I'll chal
lenge him for Sheriff for $2. MO a side,
with or without gloves, public or private,
and I'll make the match now if be wants
"He likewise says," continued Sheriff
"that Mitchell has met and defeated 111
once before. Now, I want that most posi
tively denied. I never either sparred or
fought with Mitchell, never, aud 1 11 111 sur
prised that Sullivan thoold say that 1 have,
lor be Is In a position tn know the
truth. More than that, I never was de
feated by any man. I have fought many
times and always won, u the records will
show, and I shall always try to do so In the
future, whoever may be my opponent."
Cowbldlaf a Dude.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 20. A cow
hiding scrape, tn whloh a bewitching
brunette of the upper ten played the lend
ing role, croaled a veritable sensation In thn
city Inst night. She had been annoyed
by several no tea from a man supposed
to he a oomoMiolal traveler for
a New York bouse, aud upon tho ailvl-e
or a gentleman frlsnd granted the un
known correspondeafibe privilege of call
ing al her home. Jr swUciftaling 11 trip
lie si ranger appeared raat night, and bad
hardly gained the psaaar when be asked the
ui.h '.1 com pan y for StrsB. Accepting thn
Inviiallon she left the tteaue, but had not
proceeded bait a btaok when the gcut e
man who bad aoncnctid tho
plot passed star and handed
her a heavy oowhlda. Without a word of
warning she suddantf commenced slash
ing hor in saltar sveross the face
with the whip, aasd before ho could
realize the sftireX4saa;.sk was stream
log with blood, asAstfkoth eve near
ly closed. Hi atfastaftcd apology only
drew forth meiUan, and he finally took
to his beds. Tba afShappenred not the
least overeoma br.l "fxcltetnenl, ami
regained ber blxtsVeJBaH tbe family were
aware of what w4a ping on. Had
the chastised Ck tailor. Into the
hands of the laity Is krotber he wutild
in all probMtrsy lwK,aMt with a dose of
cold lend. Mas. aejrA ' Alng to ferret out
Ssltta.ftJU lllll aenat..
OVER THE OCEAN.
St. Johns, N. ., Sspt. 20. -Inform-tlon
comes frsin Buna and Furtuno, 5ew.
foundlaml. this mernlnsr of two addition!
wrecks on the great banks daring the gale
of August 30. One, the banker Klvlug Ar
row, with a crew of seven, and the ether
the schooner Freedom, with a crew af six
all told. In both cases all hands were
PAYI.N13 one-half .
Mo.NTKKAL, Sept. 20. The auspended
Exchange Dank hi redeeming Its circulation,
but has retraced tbe amount payable to
each person one-half, A demand has been
mad.) on the directors to have an official In
vestigation of tbe bank's affairs, which It la
believed will be acceded to.
killed with a stick.
St. Johns, N. B., Sept. 20. At South
eak, Northumberland county, John Hub
bard and one H it I ii n quarreled over a dog.
A light ensued, In which Hubbard waa
struck with a stick and killed.
KK.il. A D.
London, Sept. 20. -Effort are eelnf
msde tn obtain the services of Charles Btrs
sell, M. P. for Iunda!k, to lead the de
fense of O'Oonneii. A central committee
Is being formed in this city to obtain funds
for hi defense.
The Italian bark Frotelli Gaggino, from
Dunkirk for Daricn, has been In a colli
sion w ith a steamer whose name u not giv
en. Both vessels were foundereJ. Crewi
TIIK O'DONNELL WITNESSES.
Fcnchal, Madeira, Sept. 20. The wit
nesses In ihe case of O'Donnell arrived
bere to-day from Cape Town.
Di pun, Sept. 20. It Is stated tbat P.r-
nell has selected E twin McMahon as the
candidate of Home Rulers to contest tint
election for member of Paittament for Lim
DEATH FROM CHOLERA.
London, Sept. 20. A dispatch to tbe
Exchange Telegraph conipony reports ona
death from cholera In the Sllgo county hos
London, Sejit. 20. -A Paris dispatch
states that it is reported there to-day tbat
the memorandum of the French proposals
upon the Tunqtiln question, which Maiquls
Tseng telegraphed yesterday to Pekin, have
not proved acceptable to the Chinese Gov
London, Sept, 20. During the bombard
ment of Taniatuve Mlsslouary Shaw's resi
dence was looted, aud he was threatened
with punishment by tbe Freuch officials,
because he failed to remove the debria
caused by ransacking bis boue.
St. Pktekabukm, Sept. 20. It has been
decided that the police will be reinforced by
a regiment of infantry, the occasion being
tbe funeral of Turgenieff .
Fought With Knives.
Marysvillk, Tenn., Sept. 20. Joseph
Scott and John Dunn agreed to settle an old
feud by free encounter near this place.
They fought with knives, and Soott was
stabbed four times ill the chest to tbe
hollow, from tho effects of which he died
lire at Klinlra, N. T.
Ki.mira. N. Y., Sept. 20. The taniiery
of (i. N. Burl &G.. near here, burued
this morning. Loss about $00,000. An In
cendiary kindled tbe flames.
SEPTEMBER 20, 1833.
CAT IT. K- Receipts are8.00O; ex
ports t-'i SiYos.i i'; good to cboiee ship
ping quoted at K 00,'5 80; common 10
(uir M Mm ); feeders and stock
crs tout. 'I HO; Texaus $3 &0uv4 10; butchers
at $2 2tif3 90.
IKniS Receipts 11,000; market
is 5c higher; light at H TOCdo SO; com
mon to choice mixed packing $4 DOraM 73;
roiis'b packing U 60," 00; heavy pack
ing aud shipping $4 8o((JO b". Market
fairly active early and ruled quiet and weak
CATTLK Kxuortera 86 10; road
to heavy do $0 50(Wo 75; light to fair $4 OOfc
I To; common to motliiiin $4 40'oi4 90; fair
1 uood Colorado ft 00(15 10; southwest $1 Vt
ol s.'; grass Texan $12.VH2o; tight to
noil stockers $-'.VJr.l 7i; fair to good feed
jv til 7.Vrf4 25; common to choioe native
jows nttd heifer it iV4 00; seallawag of
my kind $2 00;2 40.
SIIKKP Common to medium $2 60f
3 2.; fair to good VI SOfrfH 75; prime 13 SO
firi ii; fair to vood Toxans M 7V93 66;
lambs W tiur4 50.
HOGS Yorkers at $6 OOfiM 10;
butchers at $.') Ootoo 20, and packers at au
evtretne range of $4 &0-W 00. Active at
an advance of 10 to 15c,
WHEAT Hither at 96. October;
rWi November; 08 V December.
CnllN-Hlirherj ftO October; 48Xi;
year; 4' May.
OATS-Highcr; 27V October: 7
year; 32 s, May.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 00 Oc
tober; $1 02S November; $1 04 H l)e-
COltN-Hluher; 48V October; MX
Nnvetimer; 42'i vear; 4ft May.
OAT-sti0nger;2i. October; 25 S year;
31 S May.
WHEAT September $112; Oe
tober tl U4 November $1 lo.sjj
I -comber $1 18 V.
CORN September ; October 62V;
November '62 "i ; December (W.
OATS October 3.'iS; November MV'
1 civmher37 V.
IICTTEK-Dalry HOfli for cholee to
f.inev: IJfrtlo for fair; Sr10 low grade.
EUGS Steady at l"Ki)l7V.
POtT.TRY-Sprlng chickens-Fancy large
W '.Vi'ii1'.' .W. choice 2W2 10; fair- to good
sixed M.VKr2 00; small and scriiblivfirdl io.
Old chickens Cooks $2 2o 2 AO, mixed
(cocks and hens) $2 75o3 00; choice to
fanev hens U '&M 60; spring duoks $2 250
2 7'i and voting turkeys lioVtb.
It U'ON'-g loulders, 6 V rsaxl a ( hams lifat
, w Yark Mvaey Market.
New York, Sept. 20. Money easy at
2fiv2S; prime mercantile SVfoi7. Bar all.
verllUV. Kmehange steady at 482 Ions;,
485 sight. Government bnds stroait