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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 18H.
A SOLDIERS REVOLT
SIPPED IN THE BCD IT MADRID,
The Trouble Iaaoguratfd by
funtrj, Who Fnallj Flee U
Madbid, September 20. A revoluj
ti.m was attempted last evening by a
number of the Spanish troopa quir
tird in tbis city. Tbe uprirmg wai
ill p'anDed and M tDaoagad, and prac
tically amnantcd to little more tban a
mutiny. The trouble was inauRurattd
by a regiment nf iciantry quartered in
Oil Blia barrack.
Tbe aoldiera rerolteJ, broke down
tbe paitition wall that separated tbem
frr m tbe quarter occupied by the cav
a ry and intermingled with the men of
tbe two cavalry regiments, a number
of whom joined in tbe revolution.
The offic a of all three regiments
did all in tbir power to dissuade tbe
men from revolting, but 30(0 aoldiera,
after beating a number of officers and
wounding three, deserted tbe barracks
and marched in two bodies through
One body went to the Prado, the
principal pork and prime; a Je of
Madrid. Two tboneand troopa were
quartered in the l'rado at tbe time,
and t'ie lovolnticnibta expected to bj
j in -d by them.
The other body wnt bnrrabirg
through the center of Madrid, calling
on the propln 10 join in te rev lo
tion, crying "Long live the Republic,"
atid making all kinds tf tlircais againbt
thH ni'ini n by.
At this time the theaters and other
places of aiuus.ment Wira crowded.
The populace wen tkn by surprise.
In mi st of the public places the pea
pie rl cktd out in a pauic. AH tbe
cn erlalninents were abruptly termi
nated. The street 1 were soon tilled
with people, nearly a'l of whom were
terror ttricken baiaue of eiaygern'ed
ideas of what was transpiring.
The insurgent attemp ed among
their llrtt exploits to s.cnra pofsesston
of the arsenal, docks and barracks
which they att ckid with open fire,
but all thee places were well and sue
ctsBfully defended aod the rebels re
pu'sjd. Finally, their reverses dawing
them together, tho insurgents attacked
and got possession of tho tout hern
railway. By this time the authorities
liad taken in the intuition and bad
ful y prepared to maa er it. Tbe loyal
4rjops were marched to the railway,
and after a short fight they completely
dislodged the revolutionists, who dis
persed in the country, Uen. Favia
During the fighting in the city one
of tbe officers leading the insurgent!
was shot and killed. The rebels shot
Gen. Velarde for refusing to join them.
They also mortally wounded Count
Miraaol and killed a colons: of artillery.
Martial law was proclaimed through
out the city as soon as the condition
of affairs was clearly perceived by tbe
Tbe emmte was a complete tur
pi ise to Madrid. Qiiet was toon re
stored after the revolutionise were
driven from the southern railway. A
nu tub Br of the inourgeiita were taken
prisoners. This morning there is no
appeal ance of a revolution, 01 even of
When the insurgents fled from
town, lorty of them compelled the
eUtion master to place at their dis
posal a upeinal train with which they
made their llignt to Alcila de Uenarea.
Government troops were ioou in pur
suit in another special train.
Noon Additional patt'colats of la t
ninhi'd revolt show that the insur
gents alio shouted "Long live the
Republic, tbe army aril Spain." A
large number of civilians joined tboir
When the authorities summoned
tbe military to put down the insur
rection, til rebels made a stand for a
wht e egainst the loyal trcop and it
was in the first brush between tbe
opposing forces that Uen. Velarde
a- a the artillery colonel were killed.
When the revolutionists realised that
the other troops were making no
ieponie t thtir appeal, they aband
oned the fight in town and tcampered
for the country, mo t of tbem in the
direction of Alcala tie ilenares, a
w.llod city in New Ons'ile, and but
seventeen miles from Madrid.
Many of the rib sis gave up tbe
fight long before the general r. treat of
their ci niradts and made their isape
in the da'kneae. Tbe authorities are
ma ingag'oat many arrests for com
plicity in the revolution and a lrge
p opor ion of the 1 r.Boners are ( Ulcers.
HMtarn d today that the ibvjIu
tion wi led by Brig. Gen. Villacampa.
Hn t s aped on the special t tt'n which
left tbe city on the southern railway,
Loyal r ops are tcouring the suh,uibs
o' Madrid in arch of fugitive tebelp.
Telegrams foin all the P.ov.nte) show
tha polilic rder ronaini und storbed.
The Miuiat-ri, who happened to be
all ubnuit loin the city yesterday,
bavo been suiununed to let am Im
mediately. It I as been learned that the revo'u
tion s t, who tttrt d for Alcale de
Ulnars', hecoroirgcenvlncsd that tbe
lovalts s would rtop and probably rap
ture them, siopp-d thir rpocial train
en route, lent 1'. built to Wand aid
flod across tho country.
The etieeti of the cit are alive wl h
rrowds of peop'e eagerly discuss ng
the occurrences ol latt n gut.
THEY SAW SPOOKS.
Wtlats Miner. Wbo Are Bothered
Tlio WeVi miiiers in the legion of
Mi'im h Chunk, '., are an honest.
sin pie nibded, but very credulous
pt pie. 'I hey rn iunornnt and super
etitit us. For tint I net eleven yeais ut
u man of th-m brs ver.timd out of
bis ill n'y l;er nicht all. They allege
t'ni lime the bang ng of the seven
Voly Mepu reaby the ill horities if
C-runn c Hi' ty the nwitiilib.iek mount
ains Mm) too Ki suuehnniiig Valiev
have Uen be'innd by the epiiits of
thveo me:i. Weird hkihts had been
e-en i.mI ut'cam y ionn!H henrd at
inotniij! t in th fores' crowned tops rf
i'l gih ami Jell rajn a 1. a upai.Uuown
lb" t ti litiwk I'lniio.
Fn in 1S77 ui'til about three years
flfothisi libti wore reei nightly,
when uioy ceased, tie miners a
seittd that tie spirits ol the banged
iiien had b-ea ghtisllud a-.d there
w il d b 10 uioie sturit wandering on
the mnunUirs. A f' w dnys after the
ee Knli 11 of ibe iioctutal 8 aiues en
exploiing party found the d ad body
of a uien. It was nearly nude and
greotlv euiaihted. The red tiers arsr ed
tbaitiiis as 01 e of thi Mollies, ll.it
rubsequoht invortigdion ehowed that
it u uu ima.-iH man nemed Thomas
F.Rher. wl oie f.iuiilv live on White
ii-ar mouir.niri. Tnls made no ditler
ti cj in l e r-elief ol tho upersd ions
to;) crs, they still claiming that the
sp rits ol the Mgnirea were haoutiug
tin moui.ta ns and seeking vengeance
on 't oir murderers.
O. iv a f w de ys kf'r the finding 1 f
Fiber's body the lights rappeaied;
this t:we they were farther down in
the Neeqrtehonirg Valley. The figure
of a man was frequently seen, with
ha f clothed body, gaunt, emaciated,
and covered with long ba r. He
has been seen several times in
daylight crossing the down track
of the Switchback, giving for h sounds
that are said to resemble the
cutting of the rnnes which banged the
seven Moll ea. The "wild man of tbe
mountains" is certainly a verity, and
the miners believe tl at romething
terrible Is B)on to happen. There are
rnmorsof tbe reorganizilion of the
dreadful Mollis Maguir.s amorg tbe
ANOIIIER SEA SERl'ENT.
This Time Nora om the Pnelfle
Sunday evening, when one listener
in a gronp of several companions
made toe remark that the existence of
sea serpents had been verified so often
that no reasonable doubt could bs
longer entertained on tbe subject,
Roeign Selim . Woodwo'tb, of tbe
United States navy, was encouraged
to describe tbe serpent that was seen
by the officers - of the ship
Ranger off the coast of Costa Rca
recently. Tbe serpent was some dis
tance away when it was discovered,
and tbe commander, supposing that
the object was the projecting rock of a
reef, directed the la inch to approach
it, vrilianinary to the survey. Ai the
launch drew near, Mr. Woodworth
saw that the iuppcHd rock was the
bead of a large serpent. Its body
was about the thickne s of a hegs
bead and its length fi.'ty feet or
more. The launch was so close
that the lArge eyes of the suake
cou'd be plainly seen. The si p
also j in d the launch ia the
pursuit and opened fire on the mou
nter. The serpent could not swim
faster than the launch steamed, and
as it kept its bead out of water wa
hit by ride bullets several times. It
seemed to be htirtand acted in a con
fured manner, bat (till managed to
es;:epe as darkness came 00. An ef
fort wai u-ade to photograph it, but
tbis was not tuccrssful. Mr. Wood
worth did not obtain a minute do
se, ipt ion of this STp?nt. but says it
was of a dirty yellow color, and had
large piercing eyes, and a head la-gar
than a man's body.
Tbe strpent was seen near the en
trance to Oulebra Bar, or what is com
monly known as Snake Bay. Fisher
men in that region tell wonderful sto
ries of seeing monster marineserpents,
but men who gi down to the pea in
ships to catch fish sometimes add ro
mantic embellishments to thtir de
scriptions, which Is not the fashion
among ollicers of the United States
navy, who cruise for accurate knowl
edge regarding the depths of the sea
and its mysteries.
TUB WBEaTEsT I1IH1IT
Above Stow Level by lbs "Time"
Nkw Yonit, September 20. In a let
ter to the Timet, dated Sitka, Alaska,
September lOtb, Lieut. Schwatkaeays:
The Timet Alanan expedit on was left
at Icy Bay on July 17th by the United
States steamer Pint a, and began the
turvey of that bay at once, with
preparations for explorations in tbe
Ht. Ellas Alps on and about Mount St.
Ellas, which great mountain was after
ward ascended to a hight above the
mow level greater than wai ever made
before above that line by Alpine
climbers. . Tbe party returned to Icy
Bay well sallcfied with lti record. Its
geographical resetter were beyond its
Br tbe t'Mbolle t'lerarr at Nntchra,
Natcbiz. Miss , September 19. To-
Har has been an eventful one in the
Kiman (Jalhoilo tJtiurcu in JNatco.cz, it
bein the occasion of tbe consecration
01 St. Mary's Cathedra'. The cere
monies were c inducted by the K g'ut
Rev. Francis Jiintsen, B shop of the
d 'ocese of Hatches, aa i.ted by Arch
bishops Klder, of Cincinnati, and
Lray, of New Orleans: Bishops
liecker, of Savannah, and O aullivan,
of Mobile, and twentv-four piieets.
who were in attendance -at tbe synod
during the past week.
As It Was Whit-ten, by Sidney Lus
ka. Catsoll A Co.. N. Y. There is come-
thing of the impreesi venets of i'oe and
theHtiaoiin iuiiwtnation of Krockden
Brown in this very peculiar story. It
throws light on simo peculiarities in
Jewish life, and attrac's tbe interest
with a weird fascination.
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mont. Belford. C arke A Co.. Chicairo.
Thia is part 1 of the personal narrative
of the great Western explorer as
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The ptper, print and general typo
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eminent Prof. K'v. of the John Hop
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siphic and historic light ia wanted to
clear up prevulent and momentious
problems of tbe day. After suivyinn
the field and reviewing h storical laior
rrnUere, the proteasor examines tne
econom c and educational valuo of
labor organization, co operative, mo.i
irn 8)citli9in, the internationaliats,
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CLOSETED WITH 8ECRETABT
BAYARD FOB AN HOUR.
Declines to Be Interviewed
Seizure of British Sealers
Washimotok. Sattembfr 20. Mr.
Sedgwick arrived at the State Depart
mei.t tbis mornine end awaitea ine
comipg of tbe Seer, tary of Mate. He
cecuntu io oe lniervieweu wuu 10
unrd to bia hnalneaa in Mex'co or the
statements which have been published
regarding his per.'ooal conduct there.
In the latter respect be says he
can only repeat wbut he has
already said many times, that the
statements are lies from begin
ning to end. He says be completed
his work foor days ago, but be declines
to say whether he will report verbally
or ia writing. Upon tbe arrival of
Secie'ary Bayard Mr. Srdgwick for
mally reported bis arrival in Washing
ton and the completion of his errand
to Mex'co. He was closated with tbe
Secretary about an hour, alter which
he left the department announcing to
an inuniry his intention to retnrn to
Kew York toniuht. secretary wivara
said that Mr. fc'edgwich hd not yet
mhdii hia r.iucrt. aua mat its comple
tion would re aoiie several days. He
decl Dfd to disclose the nituie of Mr.
Sedgwick's verbal statement.
Tbe IlrKl.b Svalera.
WAeuiNQTOS, September 20 D s-
patches have bean received at the
Navy D"portinent irom l.tentenanr
Commander N chrda, commanding
the Pinta, from Sitka, A'aka, rela -ing
to the seizure cf the British seal-
era Tin matter comes up oeiore uie
District Court here next week, and it
is probable thi.t interesting interna
tional questions will come rip as well,
slro, at tbe jur.sd c ioo of the United
Sta'es over tne emire seas in the Arc
tic and iiehrlngs ei?t ot tha b mndary
To Prepare lln lor Two Armored
Was iiiNOTON. 81 ptember 20. Cora-
mod lei). B Harmony, Acting Secre
tary f t he Navy, has sent a letter of
instructions to unlet uonetrontor 1.
I). Wileon. direetin that tbe Bureau
of C ms ruction aod R epair, in co-operation
with 'he Bureaus of Steum
Engineering, Equipment and Recruit
ing and Ordnance, shall prepare p ans
for tbe two si a gomg double bot omed
61KKJ ton armored cruisers authorized
by the act of August 3d. This woik
is deemed advisable in view ol the
popf-ibility that 110 suitable deeigua for
these vessels may be lurnisrjea under
the invitation sent out to naval archi
tects aod designers.
The Sew Silver rllOcle. Being
WrAi.nmoTON, September 30 Ar
rangements are being mado at the
Treasury Department for the early
dibtribuiion of tbe new Bilver certifi
ctt.es, which aVe now being printed ts
rapidly as possible. The fl et batch of
one dollar certificates was rec lived at
tho Treasury Department today. It
consists of 6(100 shie s and amounted
to $20,0 0. They now need only tbe
s at of tie Treasury Department 10 be
fliuaht d notes. Ibe bureau will ion
tlnu to print these notes at tbe rats
of $20,000 a day during tbe present
ek. Additional lactiities will ne
snpp iidneit wei k by which thsisnio
will bs increased t) su,uuu a uay.
Ordure for the :e notes in large aunuuts
running up tj several hundied thou
sand dollars, have been leoeivtd from
all parts nf the country. It is tbe pur
pose of tbe Department, however, to
bold tho no es until the supply will
allow a pro iata distnbu ion
of a respeo'able amount to
each set on ef the country,
and they will be shipped from
Washington 10 as to recura their sim
ultaneous delivery at tbe different
snbtreasuries. It is expected that tbe
ones will be put into general circula
tion in about two wjeke. The $2 cer
titlca es will not be rea!y for iseue for
aticut three weeks yet. They are in
iireat de maud and their comp'et'on
will be ha-Uned as much aa 1 oseiblo.
Tho piin'ing of the $0 certificates will
n .tbepneheJ particularly, a 1 there
'o s not SJi in to bs the same demand
for them. Th a is cue 1 1 the plentiful
eupplyof tho United States and Na
tional Bank notes of the same denomi
nation. The des gn for the $ sliver
certifica'es was approved by Acting
fc'ece'ary Fuirchild today. Portraits
of G-n. Grant and Mr. Tilden were
(Uggestod as proper vigne'te for this
nott, and deigns with these two vig
nettes we e suomit ed. Tho se'eitton
wai under consideration by different
officials fur severed days, and was fi
nally decided by Secrtry Fairchild
in favor of the Grnt vignette.
Postmaster General Vilas and As
Blatant Attorney Bryant, of the Pos -
ofllca Depaitmei t, have returned to
the city and weie at tbeir desks this
Consul Dnfd", of Havre, in a re
port to the Becretaiy of State, describes
an abortive attempt on the part of
commercial and labrr organizations to
secure a repeal of the decree against
For some time past Canadian lum
bermen, it is alleged, have made a
business of systematically carrying off
lumDer irom the United States terri
tory. This has been done with ful
knowledge on the part of the Interior
Department, but 1 o measures Lave
been taken to check it.
Prot. Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
PmtrtHtrof M-nirtftenl me novnl vntrtrtitu t
Kntght of l yfcvni Austrian Urdtraf Iht Iron
ik ihrdrr 0 JmbtUnl Knight of the jioyal
Pruewian Onier of the lied tingle; CAr-iHiuaf-
the Legwnof ionor, Arc., Arc , aaya:
i.it'.niw cu.'N t'orA tir.v Tumw
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of trashy curo-alli. It ia in no irate ol th.
word a .lint rrmedy. I am thoroughly
oonT.riiiiDi wiia in mimo 01 prviinrMUOD,
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ruipojlical product, bat a I no worthy of the
high eoiuin.ndaiiona It baa received in all
parta of th. world It cntnini emunca ol
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V H K sill
does a exnxsAL riBa asd jiakiiisI Bcsiaxwi.
A QUARTER GF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. IURHTKNTJEIM, WH. I. COU , JAME8 &ELLLT, JOHIT L0AtJ
S. MANSFIELD. D. . MTERS. W. D. BITHILL.
Ofliee--10 Mndlann Street, Messsplils, Triii
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, th. Arm of Alston, Crowell & Co. la this day dissolved, E. W.
Crowoll retiring. The remaiDinsr nartners. P. S. Alston and II. 11. Maury, will con
tinue th. busii ess at th. o'd stand, oorn.r
andoollootingail outstanding account.
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 1886.
arOn retirinr a a'jnve. I bespeak fcr my
age heretofore extended th. old firm.
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AW AID PaAoTiaS.aaiJL, MATT'TAKia,
Doors, Sash. Blinds. Molding. Lnmkr,
Latb and Shingles, flooring, Ceiling and Uedar Posts.
M. 0. PEARCE.
M.C.PEARCE & do
Cotton Factors &Coramission filerch' s,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, WEKLVBSS. TENN.
rotin Warehftnsf-Kns.aa nsil I'nlois trt.
D. W. FLY, F. B. HERHON. SAM HOBSON.
LaUoi CommercMisi. Late ol Coffeeville. Miss. Late of Brooks, Neely 4 Co.-
FLY, EEEE01 & H0BE0M
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis TenTi.
(IBEPH Bl'SARKAN. HENRY FRANK.
FADER. FRANK & CO.
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8l Front street. Oppowltc Cinntom TToaw.
i M. H. COQVER & CO.
Doors, Sash, RlindM, WoldiaRM, all kinds of Door and Window
, Frame, ItraekctP, Rcroll-Work, KourU and DresHed
Lumber, hliiiiKloH, I.ulliv, Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work .Executed at Shart Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Memphis. Tenn.
"WV A. GAGE & CO.
Ho. SO Front Htreet. : iyero3!3ai. Tea
(SUCCESSORS TO HEACHAH A HOBTOSl
7 FlilETINLANDNp MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY IIURMOE CO
i OF MEM PHIS, TEN. V.
) OmCE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J.F.FRANK. W. A. GAGE. M.AVIN, 3. W. FALLS
H.M.JAMES. DAV'lD P. HADDKN, J.O. NfcKL.
I. C. HKELT.PrMld.nt. D. P. UADOEM, V UePrea't. W. H. MOORC.ISoa.
J. O. HANDWERKEBJ
DAVID P. HADDRN.
JAMES A. OMBERtt,
nnauil. and Interest allowed on s&ma Sami
Front and Union streets, assuming all Itabilitiej
E. W. CHOWKLL.
lueoessora a eontinuatton of the liberal patron
E. W. CROWELL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.