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8AH KDAT, t I , OCr. 2, 1880.
ROBERT it. TAYLOR, of Washington.
JAMBA PI1ELAN, of Shelby.
, : HENRY J. LYNN.
J. I). MONTR DON ICO.
W. B. 11ARRKLL.
J. W. ALLKN.
W. L. CLAPP,
R. A. OTUUM.
1 BVLUAKIA A BID AIISfBIA.
I The absolute assertion of the IYms
Minister of Anstna that that power
ill not consent to any other power
taking military occupation of Bu'g.iria
has ' an(?gested the Inquiry W by ia
Austria bo deeply interested in Bulga-
ria? The map shows that north oi
.Bulgaria is Roumenla, whose northern
border Is Austria, Such an exten
sion along Austria of the Russian line
aa would be ture to follow Rusalan oo
enpaton of Bulajria, would '" be
' fatal ' to " Austria's independence.
Buisla is so greedy of teiritery, so uo
scrupulous in her manner of obtaining
it, atid altogether a neighbor of such
tad qualities and eril reputation, that
Austria is resolved to keep as much of
Russia's boundary at a distance from
her own as she can, so she strips to
t? i- iioi n .. J t . u l.l , tt
Om rear m jjj
fir. odU-!m-...'.'l M
Qsie pwi 100
Itwpuld be a blow ti England's long
'' auettad policy for Rnaeia t3 seine
Constantinonje ; but even mora than
this to Austria would it bs ts have
Bulgaria owned bf-Ruwyy M-
iiibjij man t im Mniuhi nn vkdv
nuaarlikebta'es. Those she can in
uuouce, ana tneir proximity cringe no
danger ( but with such a common rob-
btr as Russia alon her northern bar
drr, Austria would know no safely,
' LAWrtrk, ROnBKRT.
, . Monnaoly is such a curse ta a com
munity, such an unsciutiulou, whole
sale approprlator of the property ot
other?, that toclety ought to make an
eflVrtte prevent their construction,
and t- provldd a mesne for their de
struction When their ranlelkect influ
ence manifests itself. Moral sanita
tion should exterminate them, aa
germs are exterminated when fever or
cholera threatens. Mew Yo k ia just
now auflVring a fearful iquese from a
eoal "pod," i hat waa formed early last
summer. It bes been decreasing the
output ti make the supply rnarce, and
now it l as ) else d prlcts because the
demand is exbauHtirg the supply. In
Pennsylvania the sijuei zlpg process is
In full operation. An exchange pa
per eaya: "We) point the attention of
the publ'c to the announced further
rise Id the price of deal in Pennsylva-
- nia, o go into eneot,, uaouer
Jat--jp cents per ton',, ext.a
in Ootoher, . .15 cents ' bryond
that in November, and 25ceata still
. more In December, making a rlas in
all of 60 ren'a.jter ton over present
I -Pit- I
Ww ystera Union Telegraph, and
many another Victor Hugj pteuew
. dovil fish is thua preying upon
a - sadly V too a pathelio com
munity, and a cotton oil monopo'y
jh now going to rob aellers of
' seed, end prey upon buyera of oil
. auu i air, rjriua jauorer to try ail
bis skill known to raise his prices ren
t ders him liable to fine and imprison-
' menr, but the oapitjlist carries oat a
ajstfm oi plunder by which millions
are gained br wronir. and utterly im
moral m' ai, yet the law has no pun
ishment lor the scheming, unconicl
entinui carr'u r-on of soliemes f r re
motBoVes pil'asro. Prot'Ctlon lias
proved a prolific incubator of the
soht m a ol mcnopolh's.
As iinrw fjcta come to light the
Ni w Ei g'and (1 .1 ermcn recoiva less
and Ichs i utile ympnthy. We h.d
a ireuty which was generally entiefw
tory, ur.d whiuh the Canadians wish
lo have reruweJ, but it allowed Ires
t a'ie bi'iwien the two peoples in lis!;.
Tin- t esty v-ai abnudonod bscause
the Baxter. i lia'ierrnt n insisted on im
port id hVh frm Canndia't waters pay
'in a tax i t a dollar a lairel. The
. pr(t'r,aa for this, as for all liniiUr
tax ti ir, is tlin rio!tct.n of Amoii
ran labor. K'lw, how do tbesa tx
IflvinK ICartern ' &th n ostera theu:
slv. s no urege Anuricxn Uhor'.'
Art trn wiii-e Owmn cd cthtrs dc
j hy mtenplo)-irg it, if cheap foreign
. lib r an be lad. The rew of
ono of thiir bia's, tiding! of
who seiaire were til(gialiH(l
from lLtlifnx the cthtr day, were all
Nova pi'ot'ans, t kftig weges tekw
American crews. Two-thirds to three
founhs of oar fishing crews are report-
ed to bs KniUsh subjects. The boats
commonly bay their coal at Pioton, In
Not Scotia, and M many of their
aapplioa aa possible at Canadian porta.
Without the dollar a barrel tax in
support cf American labor, thete Yan-
fish maiters would not have de
stroyed the treaty, and the Ironble
that baa cntred excitement would cot
ex at. Soa'aiDicg American labor does
not BUftaiP, and it ia lime oar working
people ceated to be deceivtd by a
greatly alee plea. It It monopolUt
profit that ia sustained.
WAUES) AHB PBOMPeBIIT.
When the working people object to
their employers lowering their wages,
tha latter frequently attribute the im-
poe'ibllity of their sseing the matter
from the point of view they do to
ignorance aad Incapacity to under
sttnd. On no point can error bt
shown more glaring thai the em
ployers show when they advocate re
ducing w.ags, and to reducing the
price of products as the way to good,
active trade. Facta show that ai wages
decrease demand from the woiklrw
people, who form the mass of the
population, decreases. Decrease rf
gea causes accumulation of stocks,
and then there comes the filse cry ol
over production, which is really un
dtr consumption. India is a stinding
proof tha'-bw wages do rei prodace
but destroy prosperity. Tkiee mon hs
a?o Mr. 8. Smith who is
larg ly intrreBted in oottcn manu
factures and the India tado,
ho has spent mush time in
India traveling there extensively, and
has been brought face t i hes with
large maeaos of the pfople there ex
plained, from his seat in Parliament,
how Intense la the poverty of the peo-
n'e of that couiitry. He showed that
the aggrexHte annual income cf the
people ia not over twenty rupees each
Ttie rupee is a silver ooin nominally
worth 50 cents. At the present re
duced value of that coin the average
income a 1 10 $7 50. Even taking
the rupee at the nominal value, two
shillings, and the average income
2, $10 each, the total income of the
200.000.000 people of India would be
only 400,000,000, while the total in
come of the .'(8,000,000 population of
Great Britain la 1,250,000,000, fully
three timte that amount. These fig'
urea are confirmed by the produc' of
the income tax. If such is tue aver
age Income of rich and poor taken to
guther. wbat a pitiful earning must
ometothe working people I Mr. Smith
describes the peae antry as being scarce-
ly half clad, often having but one meal
a day and that of the consast food.
Here Is an cxittlog specimsn of the
impossibility f low wagos to make
country prosperous. To lower wages
ia t lower demand in the h:me mar
tfy" which is 'the moet prcfl able
marke. Properly to comprehend the
problem, it must be understood that
It la not'the mere money rate of
wages that may bs high, but the low
value of the money, or heavy taxa
tion, may turn high figures into very
low amounts In value.
PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
Wahhikotow, Oc'ober 1. The pub
Ho debt statement, lasned this af er
nnon, shows the red uo ion of the
public debt during the month of Sep
tember ti bs $10,027,013 17, and toUl
ash in the Treasury, $405,375,713 1)3.
The following is a r!capltulntion of
tbeatatemeut: Interest btaringdebt
Bonds at 4 percent., $250,000,000;
booda at 4 per cent, $737,7(10,900;
Ixmdrt at S pnr cent , $115,164,300; re
f rnrtlngcmUUcateeat 4 percent, $lt)9,
000,000; n-vy pet sicn fund at 3 per
cent, Sl4,0u0,000; Pacifio railrcad
bund' at 0 t cent, $04,6 3,512; prin
cipal, $1,181,757,312; interest, $11,036,
811 f; total $1,193,604,123 15. Debt
on which Interest has ceased eincs mt.
tnrity Principal, $0,908,735 26; intr
fs, $201,001 07; total, $7,109,706 33
Ddbt hearing no interee'. O d demand
and legal ttmhr notes, $1146,738,301 ;
Cfrtillca es of deposit, $7,705,000; gold
cert.flt:atir, $84,091,807; silver certifi
ca'ea, $95 387,112; fractional currency,
lees $8,375,9.14, estimated aa lott or tie
at'oeed, $6,053,702 52; principd, $541,
476 012 52. Total debt Prinolpat,$l,
7:10 2112 051 78; interest, $12,137,822 22;
t nat, $1,712,3(19,932; lesa cash items
available for reduction of tin door,
$KJ,24.043 OS; l ss reierve hold for
redemption of United States notr,
$100,000,000; total, $306,924,043 63;
tval rtoht, tew available cash items,
$1,435,445,837; net cash in the
IN eaaury, ($07,896,321 01;, debt lets
c st in Treasury October 1, 1888. $1,
3ti7 ,549,667 36; debt lew cash In Treaa-n-T
KnpUtnbsr 1, 1886, $1,378,17(1,
5H0 53 ; decea8e of debt during the
month, $10.627,013 17. Cash in the
Treasury available for the reduction
of the public debt (Hold held for gold
crtitlcaUa achully nu standing, JK4,
091,807; silver held for eilver certili
rates actually outstanding, $95,387,112 ;
United Slates nolos hold for ceitifl
ctf of diiit amnally outstanding,
$7,705,000; t ath bell for matured dent
and intoreft unpaid, $19,136,007 48:
fractional currency, $3,517 15; total
availnhl (or nductlun ol dt-bt, $206,
024,043 03; reserve lund held for re
demption ot United State nntee, aots
JtniMiy 14, 187 and July 12, 1882,
$100,090,0(0. Unavailable for reduc
tion ot th riobt Fractional silver
coin, $26 8W.745 20; miror coin, $205,
2H4(it; total, $27,195,039 9; oerffl
catxa held aa caah, $03,360,310; net
cash tiHlm cs on liaod, (i7,8!ta,32l 01 ;
total raih in the . Treasury as shown
by Teaavrer'a general account, $405,
1Iote! What in IIT
A rarmler-a, simple nerve food that
will. Htiiwr.xio atimulauts and ner
Vluea. It cnuiaius not a drop of med
icine, s'.iiiinlact or alcohol, and is the
ouly thii g known that will recover
hraio and in rvona exhaustion, kill the
thirst, lor alcohol drink, opium, e'e ;
gives a vigorous appetite, refreshing
Bleep, and h invaluaule to the bta n
worker nml tlione Buffering in any
f'irii) Irotu nsi votisnwa, es it rrcoveis
eveiytliiug caueed by overtaekicg thu
nervous eysiem. Moxie Nerve Food
s a delicious beve-agn, and is for sale
by leading druggiel.
Cold WeaiDer la Oaitarl.
Tobonto, Octobsr 1. Very cold
weather and snow are reported at Sev
eral points in Ontario. ' '
Hohavcrlbe for the "Appear
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
MOTHER AJIERICH IMS
A THIRD BRITISH TAR DEFEAT
ED BT A TASK EE.
Much Enthusiasm ia Hew Englaad
In Consequence The Races at
Cincinnati and Brighton.
Nbwpobt. R. I.. October 1. The
match between the Americin s'oop
Sachem and the English cu ter Miran
da, was aailed today over the Block
iitand course, revest en ana a naii
miles to windward and return, and
ieu ted in a handsome victory lor
the American vessel. There was a
good, working breese all day. The
race was Bailed aimrst alone, very
little intereet being taken in it by tbe
peop'e here. The Miranda crossed
the tine first at 10:54:3) o'clock, the
Sachem at 10:56:09 o'clock, both
startng away oa tbe starboard
tack. Nearly twenty minu es had
elapsed when at 11 :12:30 the Sachem
ptssed ner rival ti the winawara ana
began showing ber hee's. At 11:27
b th yachta tacked to s'arbcard, what
pioved the longest stretch of the out-
wara trip, lue racnem on hub iick
ran awy up to meet isiana ana,
weathering the uolut. naued close un
der tbe west ahoro, leavirg the Miran
da three or four ni0e on the outside.
About 2 o clock the wind suddenly
v- ered around to noithwrsi and fre h-
eced pe'ceptibly. Tho Miran a baiog
tha farthest noth ctvgot the wind
fully ton minutes u;iore tno acnem
auu bam to ov rhuul the latter rapid
ly. At 2:30 tha Sichem tecktd to
a'a b ard and caught ihi same breeze
as her rival, which so n brought her
down npun the stakeboat sou hwest
0' B oik Island. At 2:18 she rounded
and et once stood aaay for home,
ml with everything d.awiog clawed
ill' at a ratling paco. The
Miranda a'ei came down at a
mnid rate. Just seven minnt safer
ttie Sachem she went around the
Btakeboa'. Frost this point t the
dnish tbe race was uneventful, a little
eliS wind sending the Tactile along
rapidly and making the run a stott
on". The Sachem crrsed the finish
lit e in 3:53:50. and tie Miranda at
4:02:35. The correct iine is, Sachem,
Ttie Tbetla and Htranaer.
Makiilkiiead, Maes , October 1
The iacs between ihe vachts Thetis
and Stranger, to settle the question of
which ahculd hold the third-class cup,
sniled for in the darknees at Newport
a few davs aco. was tailed here today
in a breen ranging from fifteen to
eighteen miles per hour. It was close
and exciting, and was won by the
Thetis by only a minute and a half.
TUE RiCINU RECORD.
First Day of tbe Uatonla Heettn.
Cincinnati, O., October 1. The first
day of tbe Litonia Jcckey Clob fall
meeting wis cold and dleagreeable, al
though the weather was fair. The at
tendance wsb lUbt. The track was
du ty, but the time waa good and re
ii'irat Race. Puree, for three year
olrta and upward, six turlongi Start
ers: Battle Wilson (95), iiill; Rd
Buck (113), Turner; Lord Clifden (103),
Gut tin: Wanderoo (108), Arnold; Bus
Hood (95), Dingle y; Nora M. (1C0),
F.ral; Peacock (110), Covington;
Mountain Range (105), O'Hara; Sko
hwa (410), Wheatley; Bonita (105),
West; Kalatev(lOO), Barnes; Sis llim
jar( 05), Cooper. Wnderoo led at
the s'Brt, with SisHimyar scond,
I ut tbe latter took fir t place . btfore
the quarter was reached, and was
never headed, winning easily; Red
Buck second, Skoboloff thiid. Time
1:17. Srcond Rare.SoViaw parse, seven
furlongs. Starters: E sie B. (106),
Godfievf War Sign (107), Curtis; Li
gnn (100),Oovington ; Archbishop (06),
Jarral. E eie B. led at the start, but
s .ou lost her placi ti Ligan, who held
it to the fininh, winning easily ; Elsie
II. ppcond, War Sign third. Time
Third Race Purse, for three jear
olds and upward, onemi'e S artere:
Big Three (93), Harris; Wanington
(100), Hiovai : Santa Ani a Belle (9IV
Jdinson; Hignflight (108), Co.irv.,
Dawn of Day (111), F ehburn; Kn
aington (108), Covington; Surprise
(00), Banes; Uncle Dan (00), War
wick; Monor.h (99), O'Hara; Pink
(Jott'ge (108), Turner; B b Swim
(108), Taylor. Monarch led at the
s'ait and was two leng'.bB in front at
the half mile post. At the third
quarter he weakened and the others
ptssed him in a bunch upon entering
the s retch. A close finish resulted iu
Higtitligtit winning by a short head;
Pink Cittage stcoud, Santa Anita
Belle filid. lime 1:46 1.
Fourth Race $300, stakes, for Allies
two j ears old. sx fur longs. Starter j:
Katie S (90), O'Hara; Linda Payne
(09), Dngley; Violeit (99), Bums;
NellieU (l02),Godfiey: Catalpt (102),
Covington; Calala (107), Saunders;
Orsntte (114), Murpny; Wrv (114),
Stove'. In pools juet beloie the start
Ori e te waa tbe favorite, with Wary
second choice. The start was fairly
good, with Katie A. firs', Wary tor
ond and Urlatte third; tbe others
bunched. "Theee positions were main
tiined until the stretth, when Griaette
came up gtUantly, pissed Wary, and
made a hut finiaa wiih Katie A , who
was ut dar whip, winning by half a
lei gth;- Katie A. snond, Wary a goad
third. Time 1:17 j.
Fifth Raoe Kimball attkes, for
cdts two yeaia, six furlongs. 8 aiters:
Duhme (100), Stoval; Rightaway
(103), O'lUra; Clarion (100), Arnold;
Jaubert (10U), Barnes; Foster (1 10),
Farral ; Baoburg (100), Godfrey; Terra
Ci tta (103), Coviogton; Goliah (103),
Murphj. Terra totta was beaten at
the ttart, beiug left in the rear. Ham
burg gpiang to tbe lead, with Dahme
second and Clarion third; the others,
except Terra Cot' a, were closely
hunched. At ti e half Banburg' and
Duhme si ill held their p a-es, but at
the third qnaiter Rightaway tcok
secoud place, c'osely fol owed by
Go iah, who was a prime favorite iu
the pools, but was unable to head
Klghtaway. The latter so:u haa first
place and won without a challenger,
with Banburg etcond anj Uouah
third. Time 1:17)
Over th Iraek nt Itrtgltlnn.
BamuTOM Bsacu, N. Y., October 1
Firtt A'(i(V. Three-quarters of a mile.
Triple Cross won by a h-ad; Delay
second, Paymaster third. Time
Hvond Race Seven-eighths of a
mile. You on Duke wi n by a le ngth
and a haif; Urzie Mck eecocd, May
W. third. Tim-1 :32j.
Third Race. Seven fu'longs Unique
won by a lemrth and a ha I; eiraul
Duke second, Winona third. Time
'fourth Race Sallirg allowancea;
three-quar eis of a mile. Delia Beach
won by a head; L'm e Walton reennd,
Ann Mart n third. Time 1:17.
Fifth Race. For beaten Loreea;
handicap, one mile. Sam Brown won
by a length; Letritia eecond, Lord
L)rre third. Time 1 :45.
Sixth Race. Welter hurdle, mile
and a qnarter. Handyman won bv
two leoghta; Poet scor.d, Will Davis
third. Time 2:214.
BMTBIKS AMD WKIOHTS FOB T0DAV.
The followiag are the entries for to
morrow n ttc:
Firnl Rate. Seven farlongs: Mery
Payne, cr Kennebec (97; Tommy
( ruse (10'.i).Reb'nra(107), Evarge ine
(102), Kmmi Jnhnsrn rccotuoa
(100), Wstchem( 02), Glenn Almond
(97) Jay Beej (K'5), Tchoupitm
las (100), Anrlelis (102), Vulcan (100),
Grace Le-e (97), P obus (97).
Becona Xace: 'rnree-iounoa oi a
mile. Hornpipe (95), Wa.ius (10i),
Reveni" (991. LiaUnrt (107). Da cing
Kid (113). Vijlin(l(6), Lida L. (9d),
Jnubeit (95). Elaie B. (103), Arch
bishop (97). Redttone (110), King
Geo-ge (105). Tony PiB'or (95), Lit
tle Charlie (63), John Alexander (101).
untra tiace. wue ana eevenvy
yards. i;igin (110). Monocrat (108),
Sir Joseph (107), O'Fa lon (108), Jim
Grar (112), Gold Bnnd (100).
Fourth Race.M W and a sixteenth.
Lidy Hamilton (97), Llera (105), Long
Aligt,t (97), Malva R. (110), Htttie
Carlis e (107), Mary Payne (97), Flora
L. (101), Bonnie Blue (97), Acaria
Fifth Race.-mo and nveeigntns.
Brook ul (123), MonttDa;R-gent (123),
Silver CI' ud (123), Pat Sheedy (120),
Races nt r blladelpbia.
Ph iiADKLrnrA, Pa , October 1. First
Race. Ftr beaten hors's; one mile.
Won t y Alamo bv three lore hs; Ha
bemv second, Maa iit third, lime
StcondRace.- Selling rare; mile ard
a quarte-. Vr,n by Maggio A. by two
I ngths; Hfer oocord, Mjr.ie tniru.
Time 2:16 J.
Ihxra KiKe. IT.rce qmr eTS 01 a
mi!e Won by Hurry RubH by a
length; Gilt second, Warren Leiris
and Georire A L' l'j a ded b'at f r
third place. Time 1:1 74 .
Fourth ,Racf. -Mile and n quarter,
over liord'e-. Wen by Richeeier in a
irallr.p; It ish Crook snotd, Charley
Epps third. T:me-2:25.
The Hrwuiarbet Raeer.
London, O :;obar 1. This was the
fourth day of toe Ntwm:rket 1st Oc
tober me et ng. The ri cs for tbe Rous
memorial etatee. for two vetr n'd'.
waa won by 8 Win'crlngbam's filly,
Caller Hsrrin, by a neck; Lvrd Fal
mouth's colt, B anche Land, soennd,
R. H. Comber s rolt, Pierrepnr t, ihiid.
There were eleven aierter'- Tbe Dnke
of Beauford's fl ly, Rone d'Or, was tie
1 laraouLToras ArriAL.I
Lmtlb Ro, Abk , October 1 In
the la't game of ball between the
Little Rck and Hot Springs teams to
day, at JHot Spring?, Werden made
two bai-ehits in the fifth inning, but
fait) d to touch fl at bare in parsing
that station. Tbe umpire promptly
declared bim out, wbica caused a row
and refusal on the part of Hrt
Springs to cir.licui Ihe fame. Clande
Ring, of this ci'y, wis umpire, and it
is claimed was betting on the Assccia
tion nine. The score stood 5 to 0
wnen the tame was given to Little
Rock. .AH, bats went with tbe decision.
Tbe Comlag- Mawilaw of tbe Soulb-
. ... : ,eano. .
, 1 ISMOUtTOTHB 41TBAL.I
Nashvu-ls, Tsnn.. October 1. Pres
ident Proudfit, tf th Southern Bae
ball L-atne, has called a meeting cf
the league to assemble in the parlors
of tbe Maxwell lie use, this city, at 10
o'clock' Trjnisd4y ' morning, October
7th. The ' Nashville Association has
arranged to give tt bi delegates a warm
reception 'while here. This will be
the most important meeting ever held
by tbe league, and a number of im
portant changes will be made in the
tubs and rrguluth ns. Many of the
delegates expie-s a determination to
break up the disreputable practices
heretofore indu'ged iu by seme of the
manageis and players cf clubs. It ia
more than likely that Mobile and New
Orleans will 1j given a franchise for
the season of 1887.
A National Leaane or Colored Clubs.
PirreiioBa, Pa , Octobsr 1 A move
ment has been started here to form a
--"onal league of co'ored baseball
tiio s, and a meeting will shortly .be
held in this c ty t perfect an organi
zation. The league will embrace clubs
in the cities of Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pittsburg,
and Trenton, N, J. Tbe projectors
are confident that they will mate the
venture a success, and propose tj put
first class nines in the flld.
Knouff hes again covered bimtelf
with glory. The Detroit went to
Syracuse last Friday to play ball. Syra
cuse put Knouff iu the tox and tho
Wolveiinea only made five hits off
him. The Syracuse club won the
game by a score of 5 to 4.
"Aatotbor fiama f Cricket.
Phi lad Ili-uia, Octoher l.-Another
international game of cricket wes CDm
mecced here 10-day, the cemlemen of
England and tbe ge- t!emen of Phila
delphia being pi ted against each
other. -The America- a won the tots
and went tin-t to th bat, and when
the bell rang for dinner they bad
scored 113 runs wiih a loss of eight
wicketr. The Ameiieans closed the'r
innings with 128. The Englishmen
then went in and scored 97 for three
wicketa. Play will be resumed to
THE LITE JUSTICE CH18EM
Reroalaaa to Be Tranrrrcd to Clw
Columbus, O., October 1 The re
mains of the late Chief Jusiice Chare
will be removed from Washington to
Cincinnati Oj ober 14th, when ser
vices will bs hwld in the rotunda of
the Capitol in this city. It is expect d
that short a IdrefBes will be dalivere-d
by Justice Stan ey Matthews and Ex
Gov. Hoadly. Tne religions s-rv'ces
will be couduut:d by Bishop Bedall,
Coaitradlrtcd bjr Cnpt. I.awtow.
y.wyt Havkn, Conn., Oc'ober 1. The
et iteui"nt iu Gen. Milcs's cflidal re
port cf th" A par he campaign, made
public at Washington yesterday, tba'
Geronlmo was not csptuiod, but sur
rendered conditionally, is contrad:c:ed
by Oapt Law'on, wh" wai in om
mand ol the United States trcops at
the time of the capture). In a private
telegi am, dated A lbuquerque, N. M.,
t - day, Capt- Lawton eiplict'y denies
that tbe sum ndor of tltironimo was
cotip'ed with any conditions whatso
ever. Dssanviwo op Con kidk.ncb. There
is no article which so richly deserves
the entire coi tiilor.ee of the commun
ity aa Bbown's Bronchial Tbocub?.
Tuose Buflorii g frcin Aethmolic and
Bronchial diseases, Coughs and Colds,
should try them. Price 25 cents.
Tu Vnsrv lilt MmnvAtl Mat ftanfjl
office to bis residence. No. 62 Madison,
oppoaui uurenuon xioiei.
OCTOBER 2, ',18i?0.
A GREAT GAIN II TMDE
THIS WEEK OTr R THAT OF LAS.T
Nearly $30,000,000 Dlfference-The
Outlook in Alt Departments More
Encouraging Than Ever.
Nw York, October 1 Special t la
grams to Bradstreet'i p'Bta to a vol
ume of general trade quite equd to
that reported in late weeka, with a
eatiefacWy inquiry end demand. The
movement of staple goods is increas
ing in the Southwest and West, whi'e
in Kansas tbe demand is reported to
ba better than in a corresponding pe
riod ui any preceding year. General
trade ia quiet at San Franoisco and at
New Orleans it las been checked,
owing to the approach of the close
of the month, as well as to the
scare produced by tbe prediction
of an earthquake. Toe bank clearings
at thirty cities, as specially wired to
Bradntreit'i, point to an unmiatakeable
full volume cf commeicial traneac
eiocs, speculative and otherwise, ex
ceeding in lbs aggregate late exhibit.
The week's to'al is 1994 620,369, es
compared with 9968 003,860 last week, ,
and with $842 699,221 in the closing
week of September, 1885, a gain of
3 8-10 per c.nt 00 the week, and c f
6 3-10 per cm, agcinrt the like week
laet year. Trie activity in tue Bt ck
market ai well as investments made
owing t) anticip&tid O.tober dis
bursements of iu'ereets a: d divid. nds,
are la'g'ly responsiolo for the in
crenre. Tnegors ear'inj'B of forty
f re rat !,-;. for thu 1 1 rd w e
iu plembtr, - a r -'cored to
tlrctt, aggitgate 4.155 48'i, uriis
$3,930,79 iu 1.1 e :ii- eoi of 18S5.
Tue ertin ngi ol f rty f ur io:da fr-nu
January la t. o.t ar $13l,ti88,120,
against $123,427,00) iuH year, a g.in f
$10,600 526 during nine) moutjH pa t
1'hti N. w York et jc k m 11 ko - wi s st ong
slid advaic d irregularly, withceveral
reac ioLB, though the t mpor of the
market as generally banish. The
cloee of the cV'rrof tbe t unk l nu
pool from the dis'ti fiction cf ttie
Pennsylvania loud ceu'et a mora
t mid fcteiing. Tbe tacsac.tions of
the we.-k were $2,653,233 share?,
agiist $3,395,3:9 la t week,
i! .nds were ttr ng; tbe tra eartiot s
were $9 807,5(0, xga'nst $10,035,000
last week. Money wis firmer, and
rales were mmlpuiat d is high as 10
and 15 per c nt,tbxuga ihe built of
business in call loans weai.tr. tue
va ying from 5 to 8 (st cen'. Piices
of dry goods fcae teei eiifta'nci ;
some lines cf cottons have advancd,
and the demand :a gcod. The wool
market continues very strong, as man
ufacturers are buying with more free-
corn. Anvrieao. wo.jI p ices are eaia
to bo lower than foreign, The quar-
teily rep 5 ti of visi'ile gaia end Hour
stocks to liradttreet't ehow heavy in
creases sicca July, and indicate that
both wbnat and corn cave been heav
ily maiketed. Tbe September to -ton
rpport announces a model ate
imprcvement in condition, owing 'o
the favorable wia'ber. Tbe domes ic
iron trade crntinues ao ive and piic s
very firm. An advance for n xt ye ar
is probable. Finished iron is 6 bout
1 1 10c higher per pound. Anthracite
coal is fa rly active at tbe ordered ad
vat ce,.bnt petrcleum, bog product',
wheet, Indian corn and eugar are
Iowt. The heavy receipts of g'a n,
large visible supplies, aud coi serva
(ive attitude of foreign b ijers. ae re
eponsib'.e for lower prices. New Or
leans advices point to a 25 per cent,
reduction in the Louisiana eugar crop.
Easier London market, with alow de
mand for refined erjga', have resulted
in lower quotations.
' Non-Resident Ifotbe.
No. 6264-In tbe Chancery Court of Sholhj
County, ienn.Jodn 1. wininava. wiii-
It aprearinir from the bill which ia sworn
to in una cause that tbe defendants, Toney
Trabue, A. K. Trnbue, Joan Xrabue, Addie
Trabue and Christine Trabue are residents of
Misonrij Mrs. J. H. heynolds is areaident
of Toxaa: Mrs. C. W. f-tein is a reiidentol
New York, and that Mrs. C. L. Me ire aad
Mrs. C. L Btireara residents of Loui-iana,
and tbat the heira of Kobert Trubue and ol
Alfred A. Hyde are unknown, and tboir
names and placea of residence are unknown
ani cannot be aaotrtalned alter diliaent in
quiry. Said unknown heirs aro made par
ties dofei'dant herein nn account of their in
terest in the south half of a lot of land do
oroed to John X. Willins, J. W. Trabue and
A.A.Hyde by the first Chancery Court of
Memphis, March 18, 1867, the same fro n tin
7lixl50 feet on the weat aide of Walnut street,
this auit beini brought for th partition or
sole for partition of said lot.
It is, therefore, ordered that they make
their appearance herein, at the Courthouse
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn.. on
or 1 elore the first Monday in November,
188B, and pleaU, answer or demur toeoni
plainantblll, or the same will be taken, for
oonteased as to them and set for hearing ex
f.&rte: and that a copy ol this order be pub
ished cn.-e a week tor four sncoetsive weeks
in the Memphis Appeal. This 9th day of
A copy Attest!
8.1. McIJOWKLL, Clerk and Master.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
N. S2S9, R, D.-In th Chanoery Court" of
Shelby County, Tenn. Anna Mediums et
ml. vs. John 11. Lencw et al. '
It appearing from Sheriff's return in this
eauaathat the defendant, John B. Flippm,
is not to be fnm d in h'a oouniv: ,
It therefor ordered, That he make
his appearance herein, at the.eoart h' use in
Memphis, hhflby county, Tnn.un or before
the first Monday in October, 18&j, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant bill, or
the aarae will be taken for confesaed aa.to
him and set fr r beano expart; and trwia
?opy of this order be published once a week
or four successive weeks, in the Memphis
Appeal. This 2d day of September, 1886.
A copy attest:
S. I. MoDOWBLL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Craft A Cooper. Soli, for oompl t.
Non Resident Notice.
No. R. D. In th Chanoery Court ot
t-nelhf Uounty, xnn. otat oi xennes-
so vs. Sarah Zanone ot at
It annearln from hhariff's retnrn in this
muse that th defcnilnnt-, Mri. L. Hall.
Bertie Hall and Harry Hall, ar not to t
found In his county i
It is Iherstore ordered, That thoy make
their appearance herein, at the ''ourt-llous
of bhelby county, in Memphis, Tenn., on r
botore tbe first Monday in Oc ober, 18-6, and
plead, answer or demur to complainants
bill, or the mmo vriil he tsken for confessed
as in them and sot for hearins- exnar'e; nnd
that a cony of this order be published one a
weok for four succe,ivo weeks in the A!em-phi-
Appeal This 2d day ottioptamber, 1886.
A copy Atteni ...
8 I. MrUOWELL. Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walfh, D. C. and M. .
F.:H. AU. W.iieiaae.l.bolioitora foi Com
plainant. , , T
TIIS stockholders of the Home Insurance
and Tr jst company are hereby notified
that the annual election for thirteen direc
tors win he held at the office of the Company,
No 2K8 Front afoot on WKDStSD. O0
TOliKRb, 18-W, between the hour of 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. K. L. MoGOVV AN, President.
Bi'K F. Paioa, SeoroUry. -
Ton rmiirh. nmni-hlels, Arttima, Indtpmrti
IAhBBR'S TONIO without ,1,-lny. U hnB cur.
iS" ""A-rXVliS r,J I- the 1.-.H r,,r,ly for
jr.H-U.mi of tho thnwtaml luntu, anil illm-aM. arwin
nim lininir l.l.l anil f hull.u. The f.K l.lo and n I
IrninrMiM nKlTt dl-r.-, aixl l"wly dnniniJ J
Jv..HVlnir,.ll1ln .r.i-OT,-rth'lrlloUhli) ' Un" t"
m ir I'akkihk Ti.Mr, hut di-lay Ik d.np-r,it 1
I tlm.. IHm thru all Ik w "
r'th to laa ak-wl ..iiiinaatjirttitauaa.
B1BLS." Introductioa by Fev.J U.' VIb
oent, 1).D. Ob. Bent ha n! fO In a town
of 671 oplt ob la aTtllM of TW I om
B.w aa.nt 86 la 10 daysi one i V'?!:
i.weki ob 40 laS days ''":
t'aa.l. Bxparicnoe BOt Bciary. Adores!
40 Daarboia itnev Chloar.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDV7AHE.
SEND FOR CIECCLARS AND PRICES.
ALL SIZES RUBBER AND LEATHER.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
Fnlier,f horntoii IICo
Cotton Factors, Vliolesale Grocers,
Jfo. SOO Front street, t Hfenithifi, TesTr
E, it A
364 FRONT STREET.
LUMBBK YABB !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AID DEALERS IB! -. ' .1"
Doors, Sash, Blinds Dressed Flooring, CeQliifr, Ifeatlier-BoardlBr,
Cjprecw Shinsles, Laths, Jute
arOor facilities ar unsnrpaised by any sawmill In th Bouth for fit lPt orders promptly.
Flooring, Ceilinr, SiJia, Step LamWand Cypress Shingles a speoialtr; also, VramiaB
Lumber of all dimensions. W make th Wholesale Business a special faatar, Uraatg
solloited and promptly filled. (
GEO. BAYMIL.t,EK, AFT,
TSm. 124 Jefferson Street Ilemvhia. Tennesaei
3. A. BAILBY.
J. A, BAILEY CO.,
33G Second Street, Memphis.
LARGB AKD 0OMPLKTB STOCK OP PLUMBKRS, OAS AND STEAM mTBRS
. Matoriala, Pump. Drive Walls, Iroa, Lead and Ston Pipe, Gas Fixture., Globes. Kte
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
' jFront St., 51emp!ila, Texut.
Cotton Factors, Commission iorchants,
TSo. HO South Mala St. . m. Jtmla.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Wlmlnw SlmrlM. Pir.tnre Rail
HOU&E, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
MO. 835 SECOND STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TEKJt
awtaAV' WIT IIASTA!I. J. W. BAHjET,
UU-AlEiVs...- L.u"iH.,U. rffcJjAJ"1""
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
fiRnr.FRS AND COTTON FACTORS,
M W-a Bm m warn. -mw - -
360-363 Front Street Memthi Tenn?M f
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
TSn. .H Front Street. Cor. Union. HI mphtw, Tenn.
TILE, F1BK 5E7a
tM TltOWT rTKHBIM1. MEMPHIS TENN. j
322 and 324 Main Street.
' SAFES, SCALES
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
rK 11 K. II. H
TT J TlTalTT 1 TIT! I
I&IIJLIU II XXJLIXJI
EDWARD MOON & CO.
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS. ;
NOS. 8 and 10 l.MOS STREET, - ittli2anXS, TESN.
FPERSON & S
k Gottoa -Factors,
9. I. WITT.
Miittldincs and Jllxea l'ainw.
ADD DEALER IS .
. I.OCINVIIXE CEMEMT, .
HAIK and F1KE BBICK, Eo(
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