MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1880.
M IMP ER1IS U A B LE VICTORY
AT SABISE PISS BY
ltd Forly-two Confederate Soldiers
Against Tea Tboncand Federal
Soldiers and fcunbuats.
Nbw Oblianp, La, OctoVer 21.
The Pteavune, in view uf rpcent events,
reminds us tea Jeru that Sabine Piies
is invested wta aa hwtoriial import
ance of which even many Southerners
areifri-o-imt. t:x P'esiat-nt livi, m
The Rite and Fall of Ou Confederate Gov
ernment, 8 ys tnt "ttie circumstances
ara properly to be cinRiHered marrel-
Otis. In Septcmher, 1863, the Btiaegv
importatca tJ t!e Uuiou fiiws of tte
po89(-6ior) c! Btbina river cUfed tbe
organization of s larce fxpediinn of
land and nival forots to enter and as
cend tbe rivr. If euccarsfnl it give
them short lines for opurtt on aituinst
the interior of T x and relieved
them of the diecimfiture resulting
from their expulsion from Galveston
harbor. The flaot of the enemy nnm
bercd tweuty-tiree vps3-1s Tr.eforc jb
were fetianatfid to bo JO.OOO men,
under Maj. Gen. Wm B. FraTk in
and Brigd:er W. II. Kmorv, Godfrey
Weiizela.jd Frat,k Jickeraon. No
adfqua'e provision hsd been made to
if sift such a force, aad nuder thn cir
cumglaneis noce might have
been promptly made on which
reliance could have been
reasonably plac d. A few miles above
the en'rar.cs intj the Subim river a
a small earthwork hud been con
ttmcted, gariisoned attha tine cf tbe
aclisn by forty-two men and two hen
lenacis, nun an a lnamoM ol six
guns. The officers and mm were nil
insnmen, ana tne company was
called tta Davis Giiarcs. Tne captain,
F. H. Odium, was temporarily, ataem,
S3 that ihi command devolved cn
Lieut. B. W. Dowlinv. Like Moultrie
in the Revo utioupry war, they were
advised and lefca d to le&ve the fot.
Commodore L?nn Smith, cotnmind
ing the Marine Department rf Texas,
says in his official repot of September
9, 1863: 'I a' rived at the Pa as at 3
o c'oi k p.m. I found thi enemy ff
and inside th bur with tine'em kuj
brain and steanDSuis and other ship
of war, carryirg, en well ai I could
judge, 15 00) men. I proceedi-d with
Capt. Odium to the fort and found
Lieut. N. H. Smith, ol the Engine-
uorps. w;tn for.y two men, defending
tbe (o't. Unlit 3 o'clock p.m. our
men did nor open fire on tbe enemy,
as the rarga was too distant. Thn
officers of the f it coally he d
their fire until the enemy had
approached hear n.ueh to rorch
them. But when the enemy arrived
within Road rang", our batteries were
opened and pallantly replied to a
galling and most terrifio Are from ihe
enemy. As I entered the for: the
gunroa3 Ul'fop, Ar eona, Sachem
and Granite Stat", with several otheis,
came boldly up to within 10?0 ymds
ana opened tneir hutt-ms. wbicij
were gllant'y and effectively replied
to by the Davis Guards. For one
hour and a half - a most terrific bom.
batdment of grape, cau s er and tbe 1
was directed asaine t oar hero:c and
devoted littla bard within the fort
The shot struck in every direction,
but, thanks bfl to Q d, nnt one of the
noble Davn G intdi wr hurt.
Every man stood at bis pott, regard'
iees ci ine murserous Die nut was
poured upon them from every direc
ticn. The retu t of the battle, which
tasted Irom 3:30 to 5 o c'oi k p.m
wis the caplur ig of the Ciifion and
Sachtm, eighteen heavy budc, 150
pruocers and the killing and wound
ing of fifty men, and criviua ouuside
tbe b:r of twenty-three veisels in ail.'
The itqurty may nrtturaliy arise, how
mis srxia l Luaitit-r ol men could take
charge of so i irge a btdy of prisoners.
This r qa'red that to tlie'r valcr they
snouid acid stretagem. A few men
were plared cn the parapets as seat1.
neie, ine rest were marcaed out as a
guard to receive the prisoners and
their arms. Ihus was concealed the
fact tfcat the fort was empty. The re
port ol tbe guns bombarding the fort
had b: eahiard, aad r-oin tf.er the
close of the bat'le reinforcements ar
rived, wbxu relieved the lute garrl
eoniroai rs embarrassment.
"A few days after tbe batata each
man that participated in the nVht was
presetted with a silver medal, in
Bcnbrdte folows: On one Ride, 'D.
la.,' for the Davis Gua ds, and on the
reverte side, 'fitbite Pass, S.-pLeruber
murder. Ow ng to the active part
taken by Rob mon, he has received a
number of threatening letters, one of
which was sent through tbe mail and
ia as fol ows:
DiKMLH, OcUber 10, 1886.
Mr. Jim Ribinion:
. You tay you ara willin' to kill out
all s nrgroes from de crtdls op. Y ju
lock out f ir youis If no. Liicui
Motley was not fraid tf them. You
tee how he wett. I live in de tutn.
I tell you we is watching you. I aa
one of the negroes don fmtr nothii g
Mackiitire (Mclntyre) wsnt de aaae
way. Weseeyeu fadking ith Inge
an i B b Tayhir. We w. tching you alL
There was no filature o ta;s. An
other warned him that if h9 did not
keep watch he wr-uld fo the lame way
ss Motiev aud Mi lntjre went. These
threat nirg letters t ave br en r- eeived
from tinae in t me, tot or.ly by Hobic
sop, but by various iter gio'.leaieu
( f i be c ty, inducting bid blood on
(he part of tiiewrte.-s and makinn
tlireits of violence. E b nwii pid
no attention to them, tut wnt on at
tending to his busine s. Yest rd.iy
morniug, however, Home on fi td bis
stoie, wbicb was entirely consumed,
wi:h its c ntenis. It has n t beon
poisible to fix the crime cf the inceu
diary cr the autho'stiip of the lett-rs
on any paMicuUr p.iison, but as two
i tDer white men are thrtattnad it is
thought tl at a negro pre asher named
Baines, who ban bean in similar
trouble la ely, knows something about
tbe letttrs. Henry Ful'er, who mur
dered John J. Mclntyre oa Octcb r
4th, end wholes beu it large eince,
has b?en cxp urtd and lodged in jai'.
The ihreateniiu letteis. to muid-tre.
the fire aud ortier circumstaDCts h&va
s irred up soma of tne tnopts to a
pr at degree, ar.d shruid a b eakout
lake placa no o je cf n predict the d re
ful result that won d follow.
i THREE MUlLIiTS ESCAPE I
FBOH SIBERIA, WHITHER THEY
HAD BEES SE.vr
Upon Condeuualloo as Conspirators
Against the En pire of Iinsslu
Tbelr Awful Experience.
hvi.ii y ft i ii rinUfnMumf i mi, auaa3
New Bank Opened Fntrrprltet
Talk.d Or-Oil Hill Uoiwl)
IBPIOIAL1 TO TBI APPEAL. I
Jackson, Tknn., October 22. The
Srcind Mutijr.al Bank opened itsduois
t"day. It his a paid up capital of
t"j 0J0 aLd will do a good business.
Tiie Block was eauerly taken and iho
icbtitut on isin every n spiot a strong
one. Money has betu in lively de
mand here liocn the cntt n season
(ip nod, and St. Lou s exchnngo was
selling yei-terdsy ata ha f. Thertapie
is rolling in at toe rute t f from 400 tl
00 bales a di y, end h ha3 tes'ed the
har.ka to keep even wi L the
diain. Oa account of its cot
ton eeed oilmill acd com
pries this is now a very lively ma'krt,
mny of the teighborirg towns suf
fering in concequenee. The Cvtmr si
is raid to 1 ave paid f 12,000 on aa in
VHbtrr.er.t of $.0X00 lass year. Hie
oilmill, which is one of the finest iu
tbe Bout'), was recently tbsorbsd by
the Americin Cotton Oil Trust, after
a bitter fight with tbe Trent n mill,
wtiiuh resulted in tuiinmn eeed up to
t-2, and Trenton's sicck down t) 10
ctnts. It is now 40 cn s. It is said
here that the Gotten Send Oil Trust is
about to absorb two moie Memphis
mills, and tliet prjposiiions have bet-n
mane tha compaiv by Meesre. Fal.s
Parties from Fast Tetinc-ssse and
from Ilua.b.ddt aie hard at work on a
plan for a street railroid here, ona of
them having pripestd to build if a
r.rcsooabla number of cit r.ens will
tnke $25 worth of tickets escb
es an earnest of ihsir defire to lave a
line. A ddlv Dtner is a'so talked of.
bur, while Jack) on is tr oftirg, neither
is like); to be carried thnush at any
ep.ny date. The most ft as. bid entcr
piite and one which would mott like
ly bs Bflf topponing is a new hotel.
Noae of the hotels at Jackson rre at
prereot creditable to the place so far
as the buildings g though tbe service
at the Kobs'iv on Hoaae is excellent,
and if a new hotel wra started no btt-t-r
se'ection f ir a manacir tt an Cant.
Bright con Id he rrawe
Fa hpr Eurieht. of Nc-.w Orlesnn.will
lecture at Sr. Mary's (.a bolio Cbnrcb
in tb'a city touight on "Ihe Trua
This county is in a more rr iSDerons
condiiian at this time tban it has bt en
at any period Bines the war. The cot
ton ci op is rplendid aud trade is good
in every tins of busice?s.
Ihe Appeal is now received here at
11 o'clock in the morning of the day
it is iiuuiieped, wtuch is h eblv ani.ie-
ciated by our citizen?.
Sar Fbanoisco, Cal , O. t jber 21.
The Chronicle c i tuns tne advcTi'ures
of thiee fugi ives wto fled do n Via ii
vos ocrt aud crreetd t e PmiSh in tha
Russian man of var Moskva Iheie
three men w re nihil st Biuden aat
the University cf Kuf. Oi.e night at
a eecrtt meeting the police de-c-nied
on the mom a d fourteen we e c.-'p-tired.
Ti.e evideica was clear, aud
ore who was (ieliveiiug a f peech re
ceived twenty years iu Sibtria, while
ihe others nc-ivtd ten years. The
carats of tne thr- e fr uds woo clung
t g-ttl.er and hotl y etcap.d are
Dimitri, V as .ti and Ivan. Taa fam
ily names they refuted to divulge for
fear of consequences to tbe'r relatives.
Tny were iak-n wiu ee viral bun
rt'eri condemutd nibilis s by sea to
Yiajivostck, tutl'eiirg great hardships
on tt e v. yge, an tte vessel was over
ciowded, and whenevtr near a port
the hatch-s were f-s en d down, ami
tneir quart -is became like be
tween darks of an African
slaver. Ten men died on tbe pas
eaga and two woaieu. Ar,ived at
V aiivo3tk, aft-r s xtv-two davs oi
suflaring on bhipbrard, abat was ihe
surprise of the to roe ttuden;s io fiad
in trie officer of gendarmes placed an
a guard over ttiem an old frind, who
hd been depor ed frjm Odtsai fur
Limlism.' J his nicer told them he
had been snt ovir and tj Siberia, but
ewed his present osiiitn to bii sr-vic-s
as hi cntary of inspector of co:.
victs. He give tie prirouers money,
which enabled tuem to change tLeir
vermin Ii.fei'ed aarraen s lor new
cl itlns. Tiny wire dufted to tbe
town r f Ouln, where tbey wer em
ployed in the cavigaiir n of beats.
After two yea's, through tr e li 11a
encs of lhir friend, taey were t-tu-ferred
to Vlidiv.Btok, wi ere two we. e
employed in mvy s orebousts aud tt e
(tier became a msseneer in the
priion office. Dimitri, the elder, con
cluded His ' story as fjliovts:
'L:t le by lime we gaih
ered mcney conttibutions from
our fripnde, and by rloing var,
ous woik for ti e hbip people, ro our
lot was esy as compared with the un
fortunate beiugs whu we e c.impe led
to work in ei v. r mints and never se
dayhgbt, hut Jiveio ur.daiground cails
on beds of st aw aitb tbe mul s thxt
hail tbe ere cars. Their lot is terri
ble, a livirg dia b. When in Juiethe
steamer Monkova came to Viadivo-tok
we heard she wai t) go h .me by way
o Arneriea and we resolved to eucape.
Ourfewronb es wa bmgbt clothing
aud tobacro with, and upon the niht
previous io her di pHiturc shaved our
beards rff and cl.a geil hats, disuis-d
ourselves and an e on b iani ttie ehip
in the da kne-s. Mist of thacrev
were drui k, but many of them were
good fiieuds to u', and nevtr b-iraveil
us; indeed, it was ihiongb the help cf
one of tbe Mcekovii's otfirers tbst we
came all safe. Our wdik was in ihe
b-dler room and we kept, out of sight
as much ss potaible." The BiO.-t biu
gii'ar fea:urrt cf tte escape ot tbf se fu
gitives is tliRt thy crowed' the Pas tic
in a distirgu's led cotopa y cf Uuseian
ottiuials. Gab ard toe Aioslivawere
Vice Admiral Ivan Shf8tak'ff, Miuis
ter of Marine of tne Cur; Pinc
Wittgeostein, Adjutarit General of ihe
Empire, snd P. inns Gali'zun and
T nilui, relatives of the Czar. Thete
cflieinls remnined r-era fnr a fw days
ard 'hen left for New York, on their
way to Russ a. 'J ha nihilM fugitives
intend ti work their way to the Men
nonite colony -in Nebraska, wht-re
t ieyhopeto find an as)lum. Eich
of the men locks ten yeirs older thn
tha age which he give?, and their facjs
wear a hunted anpearince, rs they
Ptill fear pu suit and capture, taouh
awTifd t ify r n fe.
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IMemphla, Term., Septrmherl, IRSfl. 11. It, MaCIKY.
rOn retirtnir a'joyc. 1 beiprult for my auooeasora a continuation of the llhu.i I nitron
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KIMSANI' 01' fcitUO.MHO'S BAND
CalurU by 'pt. Cooper,
Ten I to Cavalry.
A ROMANCE IX HEAL LIFE
Hrnntlliilly mid ArlKllcnlly Pot
Together, bnt Wholly Untrne.
Richmond, Va., Oc'ober 22. The
Aatfisays: ToeNfcwYtrk World, in
its bitter hosiil ty ti Secretary B :y
ard, nttacks eve'ybody connected with
tne diplomatic service. It is there
fore catural tl.at it should contain itj
insidious fling at Gen. Dabny H.
Mnury, the newly atipoimed Miuister
to ColomHa. It publif hod yesterday
aepemai iroru vvasnuigtin, i rotesung
to give the news about Gen. Maury.
The telrgram is readable. It is also
falee. It states that Gen. Maury was
a emrssen irom me renular army in
1801 for t o-ison: that be remained in
the regular army long enough to get
vuiiiituiB lniurn hiiuq, wnica r.e Bent
South;" that bis nomination wag
bung np in the Senate because of cer
tain alleeed remarks mude a few wee
before hie appoin mrnt to tbe ef
fect that he ttill prefdrred tbe Con
federate banrfr, and was willing
ngnt onaor u again, n necessary.
This doctored ceae dispatch winds uo
with the stateaient that Gen. Maury is
a bloodthirs'y duelliet, and theuutnor
gives it a r.calv romintic twist by
dwe.lingnpon the tirpt fight, wbiih
wan -witti UjI. i)a Kivier, of the
renrh army, who wai in love with a
young isdy in A!armra, to whom
Manry had bten paying attention. "
The duel to;;k place "in the giay of an
April mornion." Of course the ex
"rebel" general wa eucherpd, and the
jrenconian married the lady and h'ed
hira away to FritBca wi h his bride.
All of which is interesting reading.
But not one word of it is trae.
A YIRtilMA T01TX EXCITED
Over Two Mnrdrm, a t'lre and Home
Danvillb, Va., October 22. Oa
sep'embpr 14th la-t the hooy of a
white men named Lucius Motlev wa
found ,at the f ot of a c!iff in North
Danville. It was supposed that he
fell ovtr tbe edgs while under the in
fluence of l.quor and broke his r.eck.
A connect on of Motley V, named Ja.
Robiuso.'i, wl o keepi a store in that
town, was nrt eatidJjpd with the ver
dict, but, believing tint Motlev hsd
been murde ed, employed Detective
Jack Wren and a colored detpciive to
wcrk on the Crtae, be himself taking
an aitive psrt. The murder ws
finally traced to John Flynn, colored,
who hras?vrl aliasrs, and he ws
arrested, and tdto: a pre!:'misary ex
amination bound over to be ii.el for
Washington-. Ojtobtr 22 The fol
lowing tehcraui from Gen. Mileo.
dated Fort Apache, Ar a., October "J h,
has been transmitted oy Gen. Howard
t.i the WfirDj.artmect:
' A detachment under Cant. Cooner.
Tenth Cava ry, hss juat arrived at ihe
pes?, caving cap urcd Mangus and his
whole pany, tonsis'.inir of Manau.
two men, three etjuans and five child
ren. Tweny-niae mules and five
penlea were also brougnt in.
"VIELE, Captain cxmnding.
"These Indiana have heen rnreuerl
by Lieut. Johnson and others through
Cairicahua, Mexico, acd Now Mex c3.
since Septi mbor 7th.
"MILES, Genaral coinmandiBi."
A la'erdiatialch dated at baa Fran
cs o, Octobsr 21st, from Assistant
Adjutant General McKpRwrr. pavnr
"Tne following telegram just received
f om Gen. Wiles: 'Mangus, who wan
captured by Capt. Cooper, states that
part of Lis baud was cjptured by
iMexiciCS and never heard Irnm after
wards. This would seam In nrvnrlrm
other reports and gave riss to the re
port that Mangmi himself had been
killed. Cjpt. Viele, commaading
Fort Apache, "tatea that he bslicvis
we navn aa tkat is left of tbe Maneus
It i s loarned at tbe Vfur Department
that the Indians abve referred ti
formed a Dart of Gennimn'a harm.
but sepa-ated from that warrior's com
mand last April, wben he offflred (
eurrecder to Gen. Croak. Nothing
definite was known of Maneus's move
ments alter tbe ae, aiatioo. but' it was
reporod that he had escaped into
Mtx co and had been killed by the
Thoy Art) Sot Sorry.
There is one thing nobodv ever re-
gretR that in, the day they llret adopt.
ea ranters ionic as their regular fam
ily medicine. Its ranrra in 'n ni.tc
and its good effecta so sure, that noth
ing oleo, except good nursing, ar
needed in a ereat mainn'fv nl
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise from na.
I.oaa or life bar rir.
Chicago, III.. Otfohtr t?i. Thn
contents of Jacoba'a Inmha, oKt onH
the warehouse cf tha Ameiicon Var
ninh Compaty were damaged $75,001)
by fire thjs veninif. Henry S;eck,
Stephen Ge:re and a man, iiame un
known, employes of the varnish com
pany, were bedly injured, fctetk has
acharcefortis life. Tim nilmr tn
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of char kb, in eaoh conntr in the U. B. a'lim
Ited nmnnerot our Ut rmaa Kloriro
nop.tiveand unfailinir on re for Nervona Da-
eto. IrOd.bO Kewari paid if arere Kelt w. 1 neJIJ
TRIO BiLT AG!
Brooklyn, tl. 1.
" at once LLICO-
;ved to 300 Front St.
O. Boa li),
Between Monroe and Madiion, Nearly
The Orlarlanl aad Only Oennfn.
Bale and alwar Reliable. Bwiroof wnii.
l luiiutlcoa. Iniiinatip to tL-Alrlt.N,
-u your IHramclat lor "!:: Mox'-it.
I nitli "and tHlie no other, or innloae 4o
(aUmpa) to ua for partloulara iNHTvauoj
rrlnra mall, i iAktt. CHI
ftiMI'r httiulrnl !.,
!:i:i Inillwm Mnnr, rchilmln., '".
AlKAWKaupplled by OB0. 0.ttOUUWIN
Wln'leal Bal',itl ia.
tliO FA r t tl ,"'0 Nowi.iM.iwr A.lv.,.
i - llnlna Am-ncy of MiuMra,
aV. AVER tON,uwrauUHrmdattw:v
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesala Grocerd
Front Bt., Memphla, Tenis.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
Mo. IIP South Main t HU 1n!ai.
Irj""1 -a i i
GRAIN, PRODUCF, HIDES, FDItS, Eto.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
IVOH. 8 and 10 LXIOJV STKKF.T. - . . MF. Ml HIS, TEA IV.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE, SIGW AND FRESCO PAINTEtt.
yo. 335 NF NTIti:i;- Ml S I'll IS. TE.VW
Gr ocers & Cotton
Km. SS3 Ksln Ntreet. Untmio It5n k.
aagujagi'ffliag!? .ggMv i 1 1 .
HER 1ARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WB BKJItK TO f! ALL T0BR ATrKNTION TO OUR LAllflR STOCK OF FIRMO KO
atiAHUI.h. tveare prepured loluruith now work Irom luteal doiioa on abort notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO RE FIRST CLASS
Id every ro;ipct ind to give entire natUfaotion.
Wi BKaMatlt fflUr ItntrnnUaVA I11 ann akul iKni ami An 1 1 .a.. .U
h - . hhw 11"" un vw vnii OABWIUf UU( laVUHl liriOWl VlVia
ew Cotton Gin9
Koh. 201 aud 203 Madison Street,' Memphis, Tenn. 1
IaATlSN ff IMlKOVUD HUJLIX:i5 GVUHh
ItEHT Tnrnoat nil Rnmplx Unarantard. Good wethta,and remlttaneei pre
, ly Bade. All Cettoa lnpur.d while in Trunalt and at (lin. Hack, furnlahedo
pi eation. W. ne tha "f waVnl Hnlonlr" nnd mil. .ml all wn.in cotton. Uvm aa a
Ipeer's Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
iti? Insurance and Sacks free.
aTTho Largest and only Complete Gin in the city."
terTBcat Viwld. Best Sample.
j. n. bat.
Late of 1. 6. Day k Son.'
W. II. IIORTOtt,
Late of Meaobam k Uorton.
J. W. RAII.KT.
Late of Bail.y k CoTlnrto
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
.ioii-aaz ir ront Ktrnet Plomnhls Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
IiANGNTAFF ltl ILDIG,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIM ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENN.
0UNS, STOVES, TfNWAlLi,
DltlVEN IIJMI, FiriT?'. Ifi
COTTON AND WA10N SCAL1.
iVAPOIiATORS AND OSIGSIfTM ILl.S.
aaal PI aaj an earn nua mk
t ivi, mmm
ffhsSesate Grocers & Cotton
I ? 1 1
384 front strktrt. wns'arpnra. tknn.
M. 1. f a at.
iimi.iiiijfiT.,,,i a .tmtmm
av.aeaa oaun A mm
7hoIesale Grocer, sltin Sectors
And Csrilsjicn l.::rcfi:ir:t?,
232 mi 234 Front St.,
ETWZDiS ADAE1H A?:l JKrrBXrvO.9.
Mr. I. V. BAIKKT daTotei kll eranle time to the wolithtn and ial of M Cotton aatnmc4
ARR1ISTEAD & LUNDE
COTTON FACTORS &C03ISIHSI0N MERCHANTS
Ao. 331 Front frtreel, Cor. I'ulon, Jlciupbl, Tenu.
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