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_THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1898. "
Bisnusi ?eii>> ovar o.yrw***? Bomb
TOR BTLI0??81HD IEBVO?8 DIBURDER8
?, ?a Wind and Pain In tho Btomach,
Fulness after giaak, Hon.l
; --Iivms Drowsine??, Flushings
1 -?? of ApiM? ite. 0: at I von oss,
. , ., the rica. Col?J Chills. l?i?.
s,?? p. fritrhtfnl Dreams and nil
l and TiembHng Sonuntlons.
nUt TXtfE WILL GIVE RELIEF
,.? MIHrTES. Every sufferer
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
pBBCBABfB PIMA falcon aedlre??t
?iyrest.-.r6 Femeles to c?">n
Tlier promptly reciov?
?orirroculnrlties of tJio svs
?nd cure aieh Headuche. fo a
IN MCN, WOMEN OR CM I. DR CM
?occharn's Pills are
Without a Rival
A-?<1 h ?.va til*
?f any Patent Medicine In the Warld.
nt all DrOB f ore?.
WASuptt aAf r o t o a r rat
II III*. ?.l!??Vl III AMI
-. tir ? il ANBB
. only ,rep?rstior.sthat will r^tor?
r tolls "r,?uiAl lio?lthT condition.
A a . liRUGOlSTB*.
Mil-, RIVALRY IT FASHODA.
6-r- lirlmln Aascrl? F.xclnalfe
Bte I?? Occupy BIIO Volley.
DON, October H.?Tho Foreign
! sa Issued a fBnbOdO Rlue Rook.
I correspondence between the
ind 1'iltlsh governments.
with a dispatch dated Herem
.'.. from Str Edmund MOOOOO,
isBBBBBBOOe at Paris, to I?or?I
-ring to rumor? of the mas
:. Marchand expedition, and
: .; the Aasl issador*? .-..ti-faction
hai basa aBowod to aoqnatnt m.
(BUB .French Foielgn Minister of
.- *?*nh l/oi.i BaWebury*a slew that,
i lestions are adjusted, Qroai Url
. ?l make no diltlculty regarding the
a claim <?n th'? northern and eastern
I Lnko t huai. Th?- dispatch
hew-ever, that the Ambassador
Il c ar thai this aoBoaeslBB must
understood a? admitting tha right
a-> European Power, Htoept Qrent
.rpy any part of the Nile
. m. Banotaux replied an Daoem?
ti in a l0Sa| dispatch Of respectful
BB1 taOrd Salisbury's view.
Auanst .'! of tin.- >?iar Lord (hula?
wrote ??"r?l ?.'ram'T, Rrltish Dlplo?
ak-'hi at Cairo, giving him in
ions that, after the capture of
' ?USB, tWO 1!? tilias should B
i ? and go up the Blue Nile a?
i n should pron navigable for
m. Und? r thees instructions the
WBS per?anally to command the
flotilla, and to take B fOW
- I oald ?a?- ni'i it dealrabls,
V '. Ing to assert Great Britain's
.nia. te-, in the Nil- Vallej.
?ni September Tth sir Bdmund Monson
reportad to Lord BaBsbury a eonvsroatloa
j it wiii? ii IC Delensse, French F?orslgn
Ministor. iinnoutica-d that Marchand liad
jio authority to decide on questions of
!i.?ht. ar.J lia?l been instructed to abstain
from any action likely to lead to local
i nfllcl M Delcasse further expr?
m viction that the matter was sus
agi ment by means of dia
EBCUBBI? ? iNAl'MlssniLi:.
.. Lord Salisbury replied on Sep.
I h th.t Qreal Britain regarded
? f the Btrdar (Qonornl
? ladng ail the tarrltorlea
Abdullnh by rlghl of ?on?
th? hands of th>- British and
rm nti and insisted that
DtlOB admitted of no discussion.
: How various dispatches record?
i I.. tw< ,ii sir Bdmund
nd M Di I? aase, the i itter ex?
1 "in? hand was BOW Viilu
k if :. nit to the LI. tar?! ex|i? ?ii
that, therefore, the situation at
even if Marchan?! were there,
! dangerous, as s*ir Bdmund
I r< PI ? -?jl.ted.
th the Sirdar n portrM
ih. r.suits of his expedition t.? FsshOda
full) innrmlng tb? announcement al
ibled, Including the fact tha
- ll Kitchener's arrival there i'.'
i dervish attack on M r
h ofBoer Informed th?
t be had conclude d a let aty
h? had s?-nt to Franc? f'?r railtl
v. . . BhUloch chief? ha?
l : country under French protoc
-. i r- piled in lbs BOgatlv?
KH henar*? question whethei
f. .. to resist the hoisting 0
tlaa n.ig, but he lualntalned tha
rdora ';oni th.- French dorera
t to oopup) Pashoda. On the de
Rritish fore??.??, (.enera
. nex notified Major Marchand it
? "..- U . ,',i transportation of wai
rial on th? Bile woe absolutely pro
Sirdar's dlspatali 000
. | ' .lows:
I "ks came to our cam,
a . poeftlvdy denied thai tbey bad oob
treaty with Marchand, whii.
. ,- Bl m?'.-k?i declared their aBegrlnne?
Btttsh Qorcnunent? Moreover
la 8UCh B precarious po
. thai nothing ? ould in?s prerentoi
. -thiliatiori by the dervishes had w?
fortuiiRiit later la crushing th?
Otbei ?Msputobae aadleote thai m. Dei
; . ,r,a? Bl ktaln'S request to
Hate recall of Major Marchnnd
thai Great Rrltain SgrroOd to dtS
? ?a for ti??- Branch Qo*/cra
Marchand as a matter of c.?ur
accepting any responsibility
for the results ?ltlay might ?mail, an?
n alntalntng that the matter ad
no compromise. la th? flna
appaaring '" th.- Blue-Booh
i Salisbury, under dat.- ,.f Oetol
I Bdmund Monsoa to Infora
thai the latter'? message t?
Mai hand lias t<-en Sont. t'Ut tha
Britain rtewa the Marchand mis
' a- having no political significant''
Itert iia.iiiii?." itai Pretender.
rerrlag to the announcement that
| tO farnily and party pressure
?-ru,.?- Victor Napoleon, chief of tru
Imp.-rlalist?, will abdicate ?i
of his broth?r, Prince Louts, wh.
larded a? ?a. friend of Emperor Nich
the New York Tribune
; i Louie Napoleon, who is now :i
old. i? the second son of the lat?
1 " Jerom?- Napo'.eon, nicknainet
. l'Ion," and the youngST brother o
1 ' \ .?tor. He 1? a colonel of tin
? satina'a Lancer?, in the Russian arm?.
He formerly aerved for a tl.".?' in tm
?valry. but resigned hi? plac?
hen Italy biecamo a member of ih.
In th.? early part of thla year it w ti
red that he was betrothed to Quee*
VHhetmtUO, of the Netherlands. Fron
hl? father he received a va?t fortune, IB
ng all Prince Jerome'? Napoleonn
MSB and treasure?.
V. ti?n president Faure visited Rusal?
? nsptsSBhsf of last year. Prtnct? LOUS
',' ii nod th? Crosa of the Legion of Hono
*!.*-n M. Faure offered It, etplalnlng tha
?" i? member of the Bonspsrte family b?
had already received the (irand Cordoi
ut that order at bis birth.
TIIK PROGRKag OP TBK VIRGIHU
JOKES SPEAKS AUREDERICISB?RG.
The Flrat -?perch of the. Co???...
Kl.??? I)l?r?.?lo? of the? Is.nra
?anlel ?t Barklatihan. Co????.
Mon???~A Ilia; B?l|y.
KRI0ORR1CKBHI IRQ? VA.. October 11.
(Sp?*cl?l.)-The cltltens of Frederlcksburg
to-nlKht turned out en masse to hear
their able, and honored representative In
Congr?-s?. Hon. ff. A. Jones, present th?
Issues of the canvas?. || was the first
?Perkins here of either party during the
I-r.-.-ent contest, and among the large
Badinant were quit?. a numt.er of Repub
licans. Mr. Jon.? arrived her?, on the
morning train from Caroline, and ?pent
m??st of the day In consultation with
members of the City Democratic Execu
tive CnaBBBlUaa and other prominent party
leaders. Shortly after his arrival he re
ceived from Governor Tyler a telegram
xtondlng to him an Invitation to be
p?sent and deliver a speech st the pre
? ? ntatlon of the flag to the Third Virginia
Regiment, but owing to previous engage
ments wi's forced to decline. 8peaklng
of It to tho Dispatch correspondent, he
r.K-iett.-.i exceedingly his Inability to be
jreeeat Bad participate in the cere
noaiee, adding, "It would have baaa as*
'. ally Pleasing for trie to have been
; ?it, ante? one of the companies and
a number of young m??n In other com
panies, all of whom BTtrt personal
friends, and many of th?m my warm
political supporters, are from my dis
trict." His first Information of lils loss
by tire m Warsaw, which is two houses.
Instead of one. was made known to him
through the Dispatch, which he obtained
on the train.
At 8 o'clo<-k the Democratic Executive
CammltteS and a number of citizens.
iu?ee(|.ii hy the hand, marched to the
Botel Da'inehl, where he Is stopping, and
tseorttd him to the court-house, where
the speaking took plac??. As soon as he
entered the crowd (and standing room
COnJd not be had) gave him thr?,.- hearty
cheers, the audience rising In a body.
After quiet had been restored Captain
Terrease McCracken, chairman of the
.'Ity Executive Committee, In well-rhosen
and appropriate remarks, Introduced him.
His speech occupied about two hours, and
wa? freipiently Interrupted by applause.
While the war-revenue tax. the war
BOtsd uet, and th?? mt*mi?na?'<'ment of the
war arare eloquently discussed, h?" pai?i
mnre attention to the money question
thnn any other subject, saying, notwith
standing all other qu? stlons, that of
money and finance WSTS the paru mount
Issues, ami the pres??nt canvas? was only
that of two years ago rSBBored and the
introductory of that two years hence.
The silver question he discussed In a
general way. but deroted most of his
time upon this subject to the broad
er and Wider view of currency re
form; tho history of our various forms
of currency, and bond issu'- since the
, l\il aar, and the discriminating tax
laws enacted by Republican ('..nxresses.
His nrri.lgnmcnt of the Republican party
f.,r their failure to keep tho promise?,
made to the pOOftlS, their u? n>*-tuatlon
:,ml fostering of trusts and combines, and
his eulogy of Wheeler, Bebley, BoBeon,
and Bagley were heartily applauded anil
eloqaeatly preeented. in conclusion, h<
earnestly warned the rjemecrata against
..v. ronlldetice, and urged tho polling til
the full party vote. He was not in any
way alarmed about his election, but th?
larger the majority the harder the re
link.; to tho party of mlsmanagi-menl
and misTOpree. illation. His speech tho
roughly aroused the Democrats, and fr??ti:
now on they will work for tho casting ol
their usual stren?th.
Mr. .lon.-s will have to-morrow foi
IMMII. IX Bl ? KIM.IIAM. .
He ?.?III i .-*?< *. a ..rent lie mi.? ru 11 <
nrCKINOHAM Ciil'RTHorSE , VA
?' tober 11.?(Special.)?There was a grcii
rally ??f Democrats here yesterday t<
hear Hon. J. W. Daniel speak.
Boa. K. W. Huburd Introduced the Sen
Btor, calling hhn the greatest Vlrglniai
Senator Daniel said the soldiers In Cub;
had bean liable to all sorts of Bastases
BUl he hud trie?! bis best not to catch thai
disease of "b!g head," to which men hold
lug public places were ho liable, and th,?t
h?- did not consider himself near so big I
man Bl Mr. Huburd had represented nin
He said there was hardly a plac?
In the United States where land wo
mit di-pi'ci-laiing In valu?, and that hardl;,
a house in Danville, Richmond, or Lynch
burg would sell for what it cost to oui!?
it. If the property ?vent on deprecia tin,
in valu?? to one half we would liav?
to doulile the tax lrl order to raise th,
same amount of revenue. The railroad,
and th?? cities and counties wert?, be said
In debt knee deep, waist deep, nay, al
nOSt neck deep.
Tha speaker asked who heard any
thing against the present State r.ov.ir,
ment, tu Richmond, and said that he ha?
not heard one Republican orator durlii?
the present canvass say one thing agalns
it. He mentioned the conduct of th?
penitentiary under Democratic rule, sa?
lug that the Democrats h;ad hitched li
even the criminals to hel.? pay the ex
ponSSS of government.
In alluding to IBS war he declared tha
both parties were about ?ejUSl la their r?
pOBStblllty, and then went on to sa>
that all BO Anglo-Saxon wanted mai
enough land t?. put his foot on. and ih.
1 ,n,l sdjolnlng, and that this country he?
had a hankarlng after the island of Cuba
for .me liin??lr??l years. Spain, hi? sddsl
had had li'-r laVBgS U human blood foi
The Senator discus?e?l clearly the finan
Ctal issue, and paid his WBBOCtS to tu?
Dinsley sot, the war tax, ami the bon
laaue He spoke in the blghcat terms o
fudge yuarles, the party's nominee li
this district for OtasgrtSS
ALEXANDRIA, VA., ?>< tobcr ll.-(Spe
? i.U I- The bugle notes or the campaigt
and the long, running list of the Bllvei
tongued to be found dally In the Dispatch
make no ?cho from poor, old Alexandria
and yet we are to be voting again In th?
OOUrSS of tWO or three weeks. Mr. Rhf]
is niovln?-' around, however. He attend!
?ha county eoertot, mingles with voten
???I friend's, and generally has one to tall
fur him. . ...
He has opposition in the person of Meg
nus iAUis Robinson, a young mulatto.
America?? I ai ?? rial Is?.
To the Editor of the Di?patch:
When Sp.aker Reed was confronted
rlth the fact and tho crime of the bll?
-Ion-dollar 4'ongres?, he considered It suf
ficient 4-xcuse and explanation to s.iy:
'-pits I? a bllllon-dollsr country." ?So,
when the advocate? of lmperlall?m, i'ti
nexatlen and entanrling alliance?, and
holding th?. Philippine? are asked for res*
sons and explanation?. po.albiy they may
r.ply "This 1? an Imperial country; this
la a country of entangling alliances."
In your very Interesting and clinching
editorial of October l?t, on "Rentable
Witnesses." you take poBtIon that ran
p?, replied to (but not an?w*red> in this
..Tou quote Washington a? saying tbat
if We remain one people under ?n efrl
dent government." we may go about cur
huHjncs? with4>ut mol??tatlon. But nave
we remained "one people under an effi
cient government"? Are plutocrats and
Democrat? one psoale? Axe Dsiaacrats,
I j>*uU>cruits. and Boclsllata one people? Are
ho\Tt2l ? d thHr virtlm? Joined In ?.he
">'> bond? of national matrimony? What
PSM8 of union are there between Hanna,
?hh? '.v.Rpe<5' r,att' D,nf,?y. Cleveland.
??1 u h"'r f,,n?*'*'- on the on, b.??i.
?id Bryan. Altteld. Fit? I?-e. IfBdmnniid
J*rry Simpson. Judge Migulre, and their
roiluwnrm on the other hand? Prophetic
?nough Washington'? political vision
may have been, he ?uw nothing of the
im . ?-we hftV* ,,w'"-' * * '* * >ome
w?d nightmare. He did not nee a? ua.
coin prophesied, "corporations en
throned," with their employee? wearing
bras? numbers. A century ago there,
were no industrial cannibals, and our
country had not then risen to that dl?xy
height of civilisation that produce? mll
lonalre? ot. the one hand and tramp? on
ho other, between whom there Is but one
tning m common. Hat the same causa
-__5im! _"?ve wc on "escient govern
ment -ernennt in the sense that Wash
higton meant? Have Wo such a govern
ment as Jefferson or Madison or Jackor
w-uid endorse as a good and efflcleni
?overnment? No; nor is it such a gov
*rrment as Lincoln WOOld endorse. Jef
Lrron wrote to Eldbrld?*;.? Oerry: "I an
for free commerce with all nation?-.'
What would h<- think of th" Dtnglsy !aB
or of the cowardly Wilson-Gorman law'
Jackson and Madison considered nationa
banks a national danger. What woul.
they suy now to the proposition that ou*
o. the attributes of sovereignty?the issu?
of national money?be turned over to th?
national banks? Washington WOTBO?
against "foreign influences." What otOS)
ho say If he could come Lack and learr
that the 1'nlted ?States were "Influenced'
to saddle upon themselves the sarn- fold
Stl inlaid yoke that Sir Robert Peel r
?addled on the Kngllsh people, and ih.i
th? McKlnleyltes now say we are to?
weak a nation to get rid of that vok.
except by foreign consent? Would noi
Madison be somewhat surprised at ?om?
of'our bond deals after writing, in 1*!?0
"I must renounce every sentiment I hav.
hicn.-rto cherished, before my complacence
could m'.mlt that America ought to er?"
the monuments of h? r gratitude, not t<
those who saved h? r liberties, but I?
those wbo have enrlebed tbesnosives ii
It cannot be denied that both fron
foreign and domsBtle Quarters intiu- ace i
being exerted to "stimulate the BUBSSB
tlon and imperialistic sentiment in thii
country." In an interview in BM, Ben?
tor Platt, of Connecticut, laid down th?
doctrine of annexation, acquisition, am
imperialism now being carried Into eff?-?:
He ?aid the territory of the Baited State;
has grown too small for I ur people; tha
we are overcrowded, and that In on.
way or another we must acquire for.-..-.
territory for our surplus population. Bot
can it i?- denied that great many pa
pie In this country, eapeefally among th?
m hit?- wage-wotrkora of tba North am
West, act-.n.iiy do bsUov? tbal lb? eoun
trv is over'iow.b-.l: that there are ro
enough jobs to go aroun?l.
The reason for this bsBof 1k o!'Vl"Us to
any one who is practically aeaualoted
with the Industrial conditions In th?
Borth and West, who has s?-n-hundreds
of <-.ai-miners ooi of smpmyt?sol during
Ib? winter months and thousands In sum
mer, and has soon thloly-clad moa bog
ging for work In the bitt-r ?inters of Il
linois. Not only th.- un? inployd who an
willing to work, but .-v.-n the employed,
who are fearful th.it they may hav.- tO
enlist in ?I?.- ?treat army of the unemploy
ed, ii.ivf that saine belief a? to the over?
, rowded cou'lltjon of th.- country-of the
"labor market." us they soy. An.i the
fact that many wage-workers qf this
country ?o to m.-x?.-... t>> Australia, und
other "countries looking for Jobs and
waaTt's that Ihev cannot get here IS ? vi
denoe of the bebet Ihat the country la
ov? n-rowded. and further ervtdooOB of an
itnti. xatton sentiment in the country.
In vain may we tell men who are out oi
Jobs or working for starvation wager
that BUT population now averages only
twenty-two to the sqUBN mile; that then
is plenty of room for as many to th?
square mile a?, MaSSBCbttSStt? luis. an*.
that when we have that numUr we Bill
hav? a population Of *'?'?A>.a?J, or e!.\ i
and a half times as many pSOpl? ?s w>
now have. TH1 th? m that, and th-y re
ply: "If that Is tru?-. why art? so man>
thousand? tramping trying" to llnd ?verb
and so many more thousand? ban-ly at,la
tO make enough tO keep soul Bttd 000*3
together?" Theos wag.--workers, vus*
numbers of them, are aanosntfonlsts, DO
cause they hope ell her that th.-y will 1?.
able to ko tO thH BOWOr country, or tha'
a mifnci.-nt numtwr Of other wuge-work
ers will go to "ease up the labor mar
k. t " They know that wiges are high?
In new countries, just .,s watte* are high
er In Montana than in MaBSOOhueetta
but not all Of them know that rent rls.-i
with Increased industrial pOpulatlOB, i 0?
that fis rent rises waxes fall. If this deal
relation between rent and wages ?ran
Obvious to the majority, of the WSgS
workers, their opinion a? to tha over
crowded condition of the country woul.
soon change, fhit when our so-call?-.
Statesmen Will not sec* this taCt We i'.il
scarcely ? xpect "common folks" ?
Again, the monopolists are annexation
iBta and Imperialists, ami the SBOBOPO
lists ar? now In full possession of th?
United Stat.fi Government. They aro fO
anything that will cause the i>t<?ple of th?
country to think of som?"thlng else thai
monopoly. Imperialism, annSBatlon, .''<
qulsltlon of territory will Serve w?M
enough to befog and obscure the real is
sms that shuuld be before tha people
The monopolist? In both parties han
need the tariff as a ?creen behind Wblcl
to rob the people.
The anntxatlonists and Imperiall?*
have their good reasons fbr tiding ann?\
Btloolsta and Impsrlsllstn The m-i.l'irit'
are being fooled; llie minority are lb
foolers. WILLIAM <J. E? id LEST? ?N.
Haaapdan BMuey, Va.
?HOT DKA1> IIY A BMBTBT.
Prisoner Fsrnplna from fiunnl
House nt Fisrt Mucam Killed.
NEW YORK. October 10.- Privates OK
ver C.r.enwood and Harvey Stokes, .
Battery b. of the Beventh United state
Artillery R.'Kiment. who were prisons!
at Fort Hlocum, attempted to BSCag
late Friday night. Refusing to halt wh>
they were challenged, the BSntrtSS tlr?
upon them, killing OreenwSOd Instantly
stok.s was uninjured, an.i surrendered
Roth men enlisted last April, anil sine
then have constantly talked of going t
j Cuba. Becoming intoxicated in lJra.lv'
saloon, -near the Neptun?* Ray god
Greenwood smashed the furniture an
dro/e the occupants out with a chair
pagne bottle. For this offence he Ott
sentenced to serve ten days in the guare
h o ".aw.
On the night of September tT.th Privat
Stoke? told Greenwood that he also ir
tended to desert, because ho saw nothln
but garrison duty before him and n
chance of fighting. That night the tw
men were seen by Sergeant Fastener trj
Ing to steal a rowboat. When the reg?
lar? ?nw they were about to be arr?ate
Greenwood cut the sergeant in tha nee
with a rasor. He was then taken Inl
custody. Stok?*? wa? captured by anoth?
The two prisoners managed to e?ear.
Friday night from the BUOtd-house an
hid In o?h barrel? until 11 o'clock. The
they donned civilian clothes belonging t
new recruits, which tiny bul hluilet
Thus dlst*Ml**ed as civilians, they starte
fur the government dock.
They were challenged by the sentry an
resisted arrest by Sergeant Heick. tr
officer of the gnurd. Just then i'ol?,n
Sinclair passed by and said: "Do yoi
duty, Se-rgrent. Take them dead or ally?.
The sergeant lowered the gun an
Greenwood managed to loosen the bay.
net. with which he tried to ?tab hi? ?t
perlor officer. The relief guard was th*
Just coming on. and Privates W. B. Rej
nold?. ef Company M; Edward Pltapatric
and T. W. Pinkerton. of Compsny l>. wet
ordered to Are on the escaping prisoner
The ?entile?* fired *-irnultaneou?l?,
Greenwood fell dead In hla tracks, wit
a bullet through his spine, while th- hi
that Stokes wore was shot from his hea?
and he was only too glad to give up.
Coroner Banning held an Inquest. ? :
the sentries were exonerated.
BAD FOR THE- BEARS.
STOCK MAKKPT 0*?B FOR ROOM
TRADERS O SLY.
TOBACCO R?1.GBS OVER 6 POIRTS,
Wo KfTi?, 'InifOTfr, to Account foi
the Facl-^aa?-?. Rally im Whe?t
Corn a?d Oat? AdT??ti,P,5TUlM|
NEW YORK. October lle-The bean
had hard work to make a living In to
day s stock market, notwlthstandlni
great diligence and perseverance. Th?
Industrials were the only stocks on th
list which showi.l any disposition to mov,
widely, and the movement of these wa
with full "mystery" on the Exchang
lines. It was a room-traders market
and the motive? which Impelled them t
. sell and buy stocks would probably b
l'?y?nd the power of tho uninitiated t
Tobacco ranged over nearly G point,
with no news to account for It.
The Coaler?, which are the p**rpetua
target for bear hammering, were ralde
down from 1 to 2 per cent., on the gene
r..i depression in the nntAraelts ?n.iustr?,
and Other -.?"< ?altles were Bt**aJeeta of in
These manoeuvres of the profrssionn
bsats h.'l astonishingly little influenc
on railroad stocks. Th?' demand fo
these ?o. irlti.s was of what might b
called infinitesimal proportions. Th
statement of St. Paul, showing an in
in earnings for the first week I
October <>f or?JC IIIS.OJO. as compare
with the corresponding week lost ?eat
was a sustaining factor all through, th
list. There was s subaldeace, also, a
apprehensloa orer Analo-l*Tsni h re?a
J7ASIKK MoN'l.V AT.ROAD.
Then- was an easing of the money rat
in Berlin, though th* pressure from tha
source anon the London money mark?
caus.-.l a hardening in the discount rat
tlure, and a further fall In Consols.
A fill of i-oi in the price of Banna
and Pacific preferred, in the fsee of gae
itatlii' return- fOT tlie first week In <Ck
tober, was Baenplalaed, as was the a.;
?an,-- of srat i point in th?? ptios ?
R v city, Plttabarg and Oulf, on ac
Th.- boad market was dull and SSaSBI
Wittl th" exel'llon Of a few of the gill
adged Issues Total aalee, BJBvgB.
Oorernmeal bonds trere unchanged i
til?, hi.l price There were sales of th
1*8, coupon, at U-.", ;',-s.
'Iti.- total BBlet "f stocks were 203 It'
shar.-s. iiU'lildlni' IjBO Atehlson pr.-f. it-.-.
?cur. Ch?*anga, Burtlagtoa ami Qulaej
i?i..?,i Benbattan, MB Beadlna Bret pr.
fsrred, MAI* Northern I'ar-lfic. |JM u.
preferred, MB Rio?** island, 1MB It Pee
;ii.i:.'i Tobsi ?o. I "'' Proplir? ?'. I ,f
Vagar, MB da. preferred, and i?,t?',i it?it
IfONBT ABD KX.'HANGE.
Mon,?- on call easy at 2 1-4'ii2 1-2 pf
cut.: last lean at 2X-2 per OSBl ; puni
i?. latMs paper, 2i-2'ut pst cent.
Sterling eachangs steady, aith ?etui
busint-'s in bankers' bin? a? MJBffftJR 1?
for demand and at MM 1-BjhMAI tM f.
rdsty days; posted rates, BJil?a and |ig
commercial h?ls. 14 va 1-2.
BUrer certificates, tLtHt; bar ?live
0.? 1 -V M?\!can dollars. 4?3 i-l.
Oovernment bonds steady. State bon?'
firm. Railroad bonds easier.
4?W TOKK. STOCa 1?UOTaTIO*48?
AICtH??-ii.rotJ??B*?Q- *t??n'? f* - *? V__
Atebisou, preferred.?... Ml
BaJtnxore and 00.10. 441
Isns?? I'*-.?' ...
1 ?i.B'l? *t?.Ulli?.- a.-..?-,
4'laM?,???Jie n I OUI-?.
Li,.? ??-. mac Au.'ii.
CBlc??*?, ?4ariiB??ioi. an 1 ?V lia f...,
Cai.ago ?ad Kasten? lluaois.
C 0.. C- and St. l.out?
CO.. ?.. uud dt- I/'uil preferred. S3
Delaware and IIu 1- .11.1" ??
Psatar ?ad Hlo ?Jran?ie.. 1 ;
l>?BT?r ?n,i Kloliraale, -?r.terre 1.
?'ir (I )*).M.?... Il
Ane (bear.. 1st pr?i?rr?d. 93)
Heat Northern, preferred.1341.
I,... ?i,.- \ ni???).m 'A\
Lat?A7rie and ?Testera. IS?
L&su i.ne and Western, pr?feired.,. E??|
la.- s^ore. lk?*-*y
i.ouisville ?o 1 NasbTllle.m -':>?
?laiitiaiiau. ? "-'
iie?r.,i,,ii'?ii 1 ract'.on.,..1 ?;3l
Mit-t-nean reuir.i. .Mil
altassaeta aaa st. laata _...? "ta
Ji'i.ui-.ui? muv. 1/ouis ist preferred? X8\
M i?4!:i 1 ."?1, !'; .muir- an
Mol il. ...diui'o. '7
ai??oun a. aoa r. 101
aiisMouri a.aud J. preferred.04
.\">\ All.'Hi) au.l l ?111 ?*,,. . 9
.New Albany and C'bl? ago preterred. '?y!
Ne? .lerssvi ?nir?i. *?*!
New lera (J?str?i.?~..i'4;
New Yori.i'mosgo aui **, h. X'?
l\. Y., Chicago ?o.d rn. !.. ist urelerred.... 01?
v. 1., ? uieac.i aua m. i. Bg or-t.-ri,. l. . . 31
...,iti, Aiuerican Looiuaay. ?I
.*., i llisufs inj.+mm? *e\
N. n?j?rD Paoltlc i?r?lur(?d. 74;
(.?ut?ri??aa.i West.ro.? Ift
Uregou ??- ?ad *st .?..*. *M
i,ie?;?'U ?aori Liu?. '.'ti
h?- kis.-.ui .m.lu<?
bl l.oill?. ?ud .?nil r nine's...? 7'
*?t.M>uis?Qd ?.sn Krau l-iur-r. .... ?l.i
M. Louis and san rraiu :.'a pre!.m <i
H. r-aui.i ? ;
ti.fttui or*i4rr?.M . .?wiy,
M.raaiaiid ??.a.i.a. 7?1
SCl-SBtaad OinaUa, preferred.i;,7
M. 1'aui. r.. and M. ltl,
loulli-rii. l-rer. rrel ._... 31
I tUSB l'aine . 04
I. p.. ix ran?Ci.-.
?Aal Mb. * ?.. i.Miisanl ; n?-;il*.u.?U 7
a a ( ?el?, -t. Leu? ?!, i i-?'*lrt,'. pr?'-r-e v.. "o
Ubaeilbg ?m Lake f/.iie. 4 n at I?* um 4
?i.Kiijt ?ud Lmk* un* nr?r?rr.i. II?
d i Ad?.n? Expre?.,.no
IniteuMates Kxpr.a..m. 40
Wells Kargo t?x.?re?b .lag
,. j MlSlEILAMOCi.
Aai^rltan Colloa uu . 33
Su.eri>au Lottou ?Jit prelerred. tir,
Ameii' mi -. [ ir 11-.m H
4uieri.au ??pirit? pr.terrea. -j;
Saierlcau lobatv?, Co.lag
Aaivrlcan l'olitmcoono. preterr.d.l, s
UBicsee <?? .?>J3
?iD.oliua'0't UBS. .1?J8
Com. Cable? oinpaay.i7?
Col. fa?' * - prelerrou. UO
?.. ?net a i Bleotrto. lit
Illinois steel..~~.? M
La 4 leJe i4as.47
L.ail IVti?-..^. 31
! National ..lu??*"d ?ll. V
l?a?-in. ?Jan..... Si
I'uliaian fataoa. luu
BllTer Certincat*? . 81
?tand.rc rtopeaod Twloe. .;
Aaarioar Hommt K?nuerv .*,..-..IOt?
AtaencanSagar Keflnerr, Drei...t06
I.C. and iron. 2*1
t. ?. Learner.*. 0
I. ft. ...otber pr.lerre.i . t.J
V. 8. Kubber.^~..- 3?,
I'. B. Hubber j.r.lerr.d.100
Bsstera rJatsa.?.... oo
M. l.oais and southwestern. 4
?l. Louis and ?outbwesters let preferred.- 1
KloUrande ana Weaters. S7
Itlo i.raude and Woe'arn. pr?t. 05
Chicago ttreat Weaten?. la
t'nlon Paoia-:. 3l
Chicago sad Northweatera.|BJ
Cbieago ?ad Northwestern pr?r.li?
Hawaiian Co in merci a 1 Coin pan r. Be
kaaumg I?t t>r?ferre?. .?... ;:*??
lnternattooal }?ap?r Comp?ny. 5 3
International P?p?r Companr, pr?f. si;
1'a-ift,- toast, l?tpref?rr?d.^.... Mil
P?ciflr Coaat. 8d prefen*d.. ??
Mina. I rao.--.1*14
Chicago and aTastern IUlnoU. 103
United 8Ute**'?B?s. r?gi*.?r?a.JW
I ailed states 4's. u?S. coapos.....r.'7
L'ulted State? f?.-.I '
Cnlt?d But?*?'?, coopoa.II
I nited ?tata? a ?-?oupoo.. w.
Alapama (Clsaa b)-Md.101
Alabama iClaaeCT)_.?... . .tO*.
Atcklson ??it ?a. 70?4
Casada Boataara ?s .I0???i
< b!.?*uo T?rmtn*l.,. Mi ^
ChstsaDeak? A Ohio**?.II?
O.H. iUllfi .1IM?*?*;
Denver* K. u. ut?.110*
PentaarO K. (1. 4'?. tii\
tatt BmnsBSBs i?i?-w?i...'.....ion
Sri? funeral 4 a?bid.. . TO
Ueneral gle.tric flu,,.lWBlft
0. ti.A*, A. 2d?.ID.'.
}LA T. Central 5's-tiH..HOW
H. AT.Central atou. ?'a?Old..11)5
L.o?ala?? law consol?. 4'? ?bid.105
L?_ K I'nl I't. (h.U
f. K.-T. .'as-bid. M
?'K-/ 4s.?.? um?
New TorBCentral ltu.j!7^
Newj#r?,T Central So.114*
Bartb tfBBMBBO on-bid.^....^,.Vi'i
Nortb OSBBBBB 4'?? bid. *...._!88
? rtbsra c*?v?nne lata.~ll?*H
Nortutirs racine .v?..? tioi.
Nortbern facitte ft..... . ,10??l?
B. T.C. A8t L. 4 ?-bid.104
**-orf?-,ik ?ma Western U'?-bid.I'M
Northwestern ?leb. -is-bid.II?
Cregoa Narigattonlat??biA.I IB
Oreeea Bavigaaaa 4'?.?s
O.?ALlo??'?. t. r.?a>.18tt?
O. s.Line??, t. r.107
Pacin? ?y. of V*?._.?O.'W
Heading?'?.m . 0l*4
n. (?. w. ut?. . MS
?t. !.._!. u. esassl ?'s. 07J?
s,.,? an. f. general 8'?.180
"?M'iial ?OQ-tOla .188
6t. P. C. A P. 1st?.11814
6t.i'?aiu _ r.?'n.117^
.?outbern ?au ??r 0't. 97
**Undsrd Hope and Twine .''s. 75
I*>'m? ??? ntw ? ettlemenc 3? . OS-H
le?as i'icirie u <i. lau .10?M?
0. P.. UeoTarand Unit Isu.'< 7V?
Labasb 1st ?'?.mm.if3H
IVabasb ?di._. 8?
West ?Bore 4'?.low*-?
Vlrrini? raatBIMS.^. 7Hlc
Virginia deferred. ?
VViBavr.aiii a ?mirai 1st? . t,vy
Mobi oaml Ooio 4's. 7Sia
N<H-Toilr. and Wettern oonsol4'?.m s:i
Norfolk and Western. (preferred. 48*??
Lnion P&aTtnc pref._. ?44
Contralor ?ieorela.,'?. g?
? entrai of ??jrgta l?t. lu_. 35
Central of iteorgia 80, iq. 10
Richmond Stock Jlarket.
1: nu ?km?. ?Dctooer il, ISO!*.
Hii.ES.?Rlcbtnood, Krederlcksburg and Pc
t. 11111: railroad common?10 ?bare? at l :v
Vlrgtnl.i-t'arolina Chemical, preferred?5 share
at 111'?., Vliginia-Carollna Cuomlcal, pr?
ferred - '.-, ?bares at 111??; Virginia-Carolin
Cberrdcsl, preferred?'.0 share? at lit?-*,; Vli
ginla-carollna Chemical, proferr*?l?4 ?tiare? a
?..uKMii-.TiKii'mnt?, Rid. Ask--.
united State* 4's ISO! ...110
I'nlted State?H's, 192a. lO?^
SI Al i ??'. I R . - -
NortU < arollna Os..1'_'7
Virginia '?'? (nevri._.. Ki\i
Virginia Leniurj... 77**i
Klebmond city 8's.131
'Kicbuiond cliy ti'?.114
): ' -.m.? u -i sttyS ?.11 a j- ..u s
I;-.-ijuieii 1 cuy ?1 ?..M.l'. u-a
Atlanta ,l ( barlolte let 7 s..1184
Atlanta and barlutte giiar. Int.
Charlotte. Columbia A Augusta
Ueurgia, Southeru and Kiortita ?Vs. li'tilij
I'eiersiiurc, ? las? A ?'s.11U4
Petersburg, ?'lass 11 i.'s..II?1.,
Soult.eru ?<tii??itv. lath's. 07
Western Nortb ?'arollna 1st < a.
? ., 1!?14.114
(?eorgia A Alabama pr?t, ??.104
?Jeorgia and Alabama, consols.... *.">
Hli-bmond Tractiou .?'?. ,.lo+
Suriolfc and Western lit uiori.
' ? ii. 4 per ?-?ut.
Norfolk Street Hallway 1st .Vs...
Kaii.koai? Mu' ??. Par.
Allanta aim uuarlott).Kiu
Norfola ami Western pr?t...100
il. A P. ?t K. I*. <t 1'. ?-ounVn. 7U
Hi? imioii 1. Fredorlcktburg
and BsBsmas common.1UU
R., ? at I*, dl?. obllgt'n.100
and 1'otomae U P. 0 gtd... 100
Kicl.11: u 1. KredericBitburg
and Potomac 7 1*. C. gt_..10?J
Kirbmond and Petersburg.. 100
Houtbern Hallway, pr?t.loo
Sou'born Hailway, common. 100
Ueorgiaand Alabama, pr?t,
(ieorgla and Alabatua.coni,
Georgia, Snutl.eru and
Florida lat preferred,...
.Norfolk Street hailw?r ?T.
I ixat National.100
taercuanu >sttona.. 10?)
National Hank of V?.M"i
Petersburg SnTtug? and in
surance Company. 20
htate Hauk of Virginia. 10??
I'nlon Hank of Ktcbmond.... oO
Virginia Trust Company....l?j<)
savings bank of Kicbmond.. io
Hieb. Trust and Bafe Dep. Co.
lUBBBABC? Uo?i ?a - in?.
VlrglniaKlr? and Marine.... 25
VlrgiuiaHiat? . is
American tobacco Compa
Ta.-Carollna Chemical cr?f l'JD 11414
Va.-Caro!lna ChemUai wm. 100 0 7 v*
'(Quotations are tor bonds maturing In nc
leas tban ten T"?r?.
GRAIN' AND COTTON EXCHANUIi
Richmond. Va., October 11, 1898.
Quotations Wheat? Longbcrry, 00
70c; mixed, to Bc.? shortberry, 50
7"'.; No. 2 red. 7??<*. Corn?Virginia whit
hag lots. 'M to :i7c.; No. | white, SU
361-2c; No. 3 white, .'(a 1-2 to 31k. ; No.
mixed, K to Bl-Sc.; N?. I mixed, :?i-''
Be, <?ats- No. -' mixed, Ml-le.; No. 3 ml
.?I, Be.; wlnter-sce.l, 2a to 35c. Rye
WJ to G4c.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Va., October 11. 11????.
Private Bales to-day ?row an roll?n
Wrappers, & hogsbesds; leaf (dark),
nogshead?; lug? (dark), -? hogahead
stems, i" hogshea?ia. Total Bumbsr
bogsbeadS ?Old ?luring tin- il.iy, M.
S.al.roi'k'.s, Bhockos, and Htonew;
warehouses r> i>?>rt to-day: Receipts,
hogsheads; deliveries, n hogsheads.
CrenSBSW*S War.-lion-?- sold to-day 8.'
pounds of loose tobacco; highest prk
Shockoe ?Varehouse eold *. ?? pounds
loose tola?'? 0; highest price, p;.
BtonetraU Wawh'?**lise announce? a ?a
of loose tobacco to Baorron (Wedaeeda:
CTensbaw*s Warebouee annottacea a ??;
of new loos? to-morrow (Wsdaesday)ak
[iOose sales are Increasing every d
now und.r a ?'JOBgei BSSBSBd and bett
Ii A I.TIMORE PBOD?CB MARKET.
BALTIMORE. October 11.?Flour?Di
Wlieat-Strong; ?pot and the mont
70 3-1? bid; Nov. nib.-r. 70 1-?-.701-2c.; L
cember, 7lk.i7')l-8?.'.; southern wheat,
sample.' ?"-V?71 l-4c. _
Corn?Strong; spot, the month, and !**
vember ?41-2?34 3-4c. ; n.?w or old. N
vember or I)e?^mb?r. S4''i/S4 l-4c. ; Januar
34 a-4?- ; southern white corn, S4ii?o 1-2?'
Osts?Quiet and easy; Bo. 2 white, wei
ern. 28-ii*? 1 2c- , _ .
Rye-Strong?r and higher: No.
by 881-8T.; No. 2 western. 62 I-2c.
Sugar -Strong and unchanged.
Butter -Steady and unchanged.
EggK-Flnn and unchanged.
Phf.f.at^-Hteady ?nd unchanged.
NEW YORK rROOCCE MARKET.
NEW YORK. October ll.-Flour-Flr
and more active; rye flour ?teady; bucl
wheat flour weak at U.4MfUM.
Huckwheat-I->a?ier at 40c
? ornmeal-FIrm: yellow western, 72e.
Rye-Firmer: No. 2. ?1-2?*. ^
...jf^v-Quiet; western malting. 03 l-*i
4!>' turley malt tpilet: w.-stern. BBBBs
U'heat-npot firm; No. 2 red. 741>-8?
options opened Arm. on cable?, and b
for a brief morning setback under res
Islng displayed marked ?trength all da
particularly in the afternoon B-JPor?**
were again heavy buyer?, and this, wl
tir?, sportive ? mailer receipt*, produc.
vigorous lat? covering. The close w
l-torti-Sr higher: ?ales Included No. 3 re
May. cloeing 701-4c.; December clos
corn-Spot market firm; No. I
?t.tinna active and strong all day, ?
hla-her cr.ble? and a very laryo expo?
rinf.'*?l 1-21/3-4C net higher; May clos
S7 5-?V.: De??mher. 35 7-V'. mmssm? a
Oats-Sfiot firmer; No. 2. n?12Tl-4?
option? dull and nominal.
Beef-Steady. ._., ,_.,.,
Cut-Me?ts-8t?ady; pickled belli?
KV>etl_?, picfciad ?houlders, |4 2S?fJ|4.50;
?-- ir0" Firm; weatern ?team cloaed
15.17 1.1; city. 14.?; October closed B.17,
nominally; refined stronger.
Butter?Firm; western creamery. 1S?9
_\c. du. factory. 111-MrH l-2c; Elgin?.
2tc: Imitrulon creamery, UtJUc; Bute
dairy. 144JJT1? t-gc.
Cheese-Dull; large white, S 3-M?S l-2c.
Eggs-Firm; State end Pennsylvania,
lil-tyl*?-*.; western, fresh, 17l-2?*rl8c.
Potatoes-Steady; Jerseys, 7ic.bll.25;
New Y'jrk. MM 1 BjBtB 1-1: Long Island.
C T7 1.j'i*gi.?2l?8; 8W?etB, Jersey, %l.tD9)
H 75: southern, 80c.fitl.
Co'tonseed-OU?Firm; prim* crude,
17 1-^11?*.; do. yellow. 22c.
Roeln?Steady; strained, common to
good. 11.27 l-Kitl.?.
Tun>entlne-Sready at 324322 1-?C.
?' ibbage? Dull; I.ong Island, $2,1*3 60.
Cotton?By steam. 3d.
? -offee-(*?ptlons opened steady at a S
polnts decline; ruled moderately active,
with weak un.lertone. European and ?Jra
slllan cables being disappointing, specu
lation slack, and ?pot buyers it.different;
closed quiet and unchanged to 5 points
lower; sale?. 8.000 bags. Including No
vember, JS.JC; January. $0.4?; spot Klo in
active; mild quiet and about steadv.
Sugar Steady; fair refining. 311-11*3'
3 3-4C; centrifugal ??-degree t-stl. 3 3-44j>
4 1 4c.; molasses sugar, 3 7-l?5f?i3 l-2c; re
fined Irregular and unsettled.
NEW YORK DRY-GOOD8 MARKET.
NBW YORK. October U.-The dulnesa
usually noticed on Tuesday In mail orders
was apparent to-day. Just at present.
first-hand dealers rely on reorders for a
large percentage of the busin"ss passing,
sine? it Is too late for new orders In
this season's goods, and too early for
new- orders In next season's. The absence
of mail orders, therefore, plays no small
part in the current stagnation. Buyers
were not numerous In the market, the
large number in town vsterday has-lng
dwindled considera?'!?- to-.lay. There was
little of note In woollen goods. Cotton
goods were ?iiijet.
CHKAOO PRODUCE MARKET.
i"!iI('A4*o, October IL?The continua
tion of a larg.? export business to-day,
together with the strength In corn,
cansad a sharp rally In wheat. After an
early decline, December wheat clos?>d
*e-4**rf*Cc. higher. Corn ailvanced 6-Sc.
Oats rose l-K'i/i-i,-. i',,rk Improved 10c;
lard. 7 1-?'f?H\-.. and ribs. &c.
The leading future* ranged as follows:
opening, diguest :.o??iC Closing.
ten 30 s
31 fta 3? I?**
4 ' )
Dec.. a ?is,?*?; (?AH
May.' 4 ,. ?? ?' ?!i?-g
May.M ? Bat?
Dec.sif?aM '? ?s
M?r.'. . Ti 23V4
Dec. ?7.00 ft7.7ft f.QO
Ian. M 8U n '.< . 8.80
l Dec....*4.?'.7*i t4.80 (4 07l?i
? ' ?". --77V, I..-? 4.77)*
SHORT Kibs- Per luu lbs.
Oct.15.'.0 5.',,7t?? ?5.1714.
Jan. 4.(571, ?.?174 4.574
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
steady, No. I yellow corn, *:*.* :?-4'????x-. No.
2 Spring wheat. 9VM* 1 -2c ; No. 3 spring
Wheat. 62*ii?3 1-2C; S'o. 2 red, ''?'?'. No. 2
corn. 23 l-2ii23 3-4c. No. 2 oat*?. Be , N">. I
white, Ml-BfBl-ZC.; No. 3 white, 23:!-,.(j
213-lc No. 2 rye, fa?9B X-2c No. 2 bar
! '.. -in 1.7,'. No. 1 BaVissed, Nl-tC Prim
tlmotiiy seed. n.M. Mess pork, per I'.ir
rel. |7.7<>,i 17.75. Dard, per 100 pound?,
l4.vo.,*?4.s."?. Short rib sides (tooae), $.-..i>?u
B?K; dry-ealted shoulders fboxsd), M.BStj
f?gl 1-1; short dear Bidet (boned). J?.:??'?!
$5.40. Whiskey, distiller-?' finish? d i?ouds,
per Ballon, MM, Su?ar, eut-loat, un
changed. Butter steady; creamery, |ffj
-i>e. ; dairy, I:".il7>'. Cheese firm; creamery,
7 l*2t!? l--<- Eggs llrm; frsab. 14 lue.
THE COTTON MARKETS'.
LIVERPOOL, October 11.-4 P. M -
Cotton spot, goo?l business done; price?
i-Bd. lower; American middling, -3-4.1.
ordinary. I l-4d. The sales were 12,.??
bales, of which 500 l?ales Wore for specs
latlon and export, und lnclu?le?l 11,5m
bales American; receipts, 11,200 bales?ul
Futures opened easy, with a mod?r?t?
d.-inand, and ClOSSd quiet ?ml steady
American middling, low-middling ?-lause
October, 2?i:i-?>4'.i:id., sellers; October an.
November, 2 ??3-4V4.1., sellers, November an.
December, 2??J-t>Id., sellers; December ?m
January. 2 ?i2-?i!?l? seller?; January an.
Februar*.. 2O-ftid., liuy.-rs; February am
March, 2 '.'.-??.I., seller?; March and April
3d., tellers; April ,?rui Bay. ll-f-M., sell
ers; May and June, S l-til'g'l 2-e?4d., buy
er*; June and July, 12-??4un 3-C4.1., value
Jujy and August, 11 fid., Mirers; Angus
and September, 3 ?-Wuit i-tM.
SEW YORK, October 11.-Speculator
In cotton proceeded with caution to day
i I It was assumed that yesterday's declin?
eliminated the weaker long Interest? uni
cleared the mark.?t of that pressure, am
on this Iheory the market opened stead*
at u IfB points advance, and further ail
ranced I'"'- points. The improving ten
dency of the market was assisted ty th?
Indication of W*ll*SUStalnsd Interests 01
th?- part of English spinners In spot cot
ton. The movement of new cotton con
tlnues on a heavy and bur?leiisome scale
despite which, the foreign demand foi
cotton show? broadening activity. Thl.
condition caused hesitation ou the pan
of would-be sellers for short acoiiiit
BSpSflBlly as the yellow-fever quafttn
tin,, remained a factor. The iow prim a
which cotton Is now sellinx forbhls beai
confidence, while It falls to attract th.
attention of speculator? or Investment
boyera Some buyers were > 1.?lining thai
the actual spot sales In the I.lverpoo
market were 5,000 bales In ernes* of th?
amount officially reported. This ao?t?
make the unusual total of 20.?"?? bales
T!ie market closed quiet and ?Lints', will
piie.s 1 point lower to I point higher.
Cotton futures cloned steady: October
S5.16; November, 15.1?; l>?<?niber, fsVM
January, I5.2X; February. ?7.33; Mar? h
B.17; April, 1.7.41; May, l?.4.7; June, $5.4?
July, |o.r,2; Aug?ist. 18.57.
Futures Op-lied Hteat.lv; October. Ifvl?
November, ?-71?; D'.-cember, $525: Jimu
ary, |5.2>); F.bmary. 15.33; Match, 15.37
April. B 42: May. $!>4?; June, ?5X0.
Spot closed dull and easy: mlddltni
uplands, 5t-8c. ; middling i'.'ilf. 6 &-8c.
sa!---. ': B bah -.
NEW ?DRLEANS, October 11.-Cotton fu
tur...-, .inlet: October. MM; Novembei
|5.S7-iii.'..H3; December, 9*-9lQUM; January
SI :*;,/??*?7; February. $5."liil*??l: March
15.071;t??.08; April, to.lXUli.U; May. I5.17?
MM; Jane, B-tavtAIS.
NAVA I. ST' IBB MA!tKI'7TS.
1? WILB1NOTON, N C. October li -
Rldrits of Turpentine llitn at 3?/u23 l-2c.
0 receipts. 111 .asks.
Itosln Nothing doing; receipts, 124 bar
Crude Turpentine?Firm at 11.15, I1.7C
and 11.70; re.eipts, V, barrel?,
le Tar-Quiet at $11'?: receipts. 248 barrel?
) CHAREESToN. S ', October 11.?Tur
'?- pentlne-Firm at Be.; sales, none.
Rosin-**- Quiet and unchanged; sale;
BAVANNAH, OA.. Oe?iober il.-Spirit
of Turpentine -Steady at 29 1 -2?iOik . ; sale:
317 ?-asks: receipts. 1.413 ?ask?.
Rosin Firm and unchanged, sales, 1,07
barrels; receipts, 4,7S? barrel?.
81/FFOLK PEAN! T MARKKT
Sl'FFOLK, VA.. October 11.? (Special
Haii.l-plck?*d. fancy. 41-2c ; extra, 3 5-8c,
Virginia shelled, No. 1. ? 1-2?*. ; No. ?
21-4c; Spanish shelled. No. 1. 41-2c
farmers' stock, fancy, 31-2?'. ; prim?
2.1-4 to 3c; farmers' Spanish, 75 to boc
bl,pETHR8Bt;RO PEANCT MARKET.
E'ETERSBI'RO. VA, ??.?jb?'.- 11 ?Si"
clal.)? Virginia's nominal at ?*?5<l7-*?c. fo
best grades. Spanish nominal at 64*:.
NORFOLK PEANl T MARKET.
N??RFOEK, VA.. (Vtober 11. -(Special.
Pen,?-??? Farmer*' maiket ?piief: fane;
PETERSBURG TOBACCO MARKET.
l'ETERSBl'RO. VA., October 11.?(Sps!
clal.)-Market steady, with fairly goo
reieipt? for the season. ?.? ?otatlom
Common to medium lugs, It.50 to MXi
good to fine lug?. $3 50 to $5 poor ?hoi
leaf M to $4; fair to good short leaf. 1
to B; medium to good wrapper?, |7 t
tt- good to One wrappers, 112.5* to Bl
medium to good shipping. 18 to 110; goo
to fine ?hipping. 112.50 to fl?.
DANVI?.I-E TORArcp MARKKT.
DANVIIA7.B, VA., October 11.-(Special
Quotation? of loons* market are: Wraj
per?-Fancy. *t?4??ew; good, t&UAto; m?
dlum. $1I^|B>; comms-n, SlzetXi. Fillers
Oood. n?ua?; common. $t?iT Cuttar?
Faocy. ??V?I1A tSmokvrm-MQi;. Bl
PKTERBBCRO COTTON MARKET.
PPTTERSBCRO, VA , October ll.-(8p?
clal.)?Cotton- Firm at IV. for good lot
A Berlin newspaper ?ay? the fortk
coming memoir? of Prince Bismarck wl
b* found to contain no ??nsatloruil dli
closure?, but to cs?n?l?t chiefly of grav
thought? and reeollemlon? ? bjch th
Prise* haa ?a/t aa a legacy to the O?:
3,4c.: strictly prime. 2c.: prime? >M4f_t
common, 1-B0?k*-: Bpanlsh, ?iie^n???? 'Of
fering. Ki? .?-?ilngly light demand for all
grades. Stock? arc light, and tha ^'b*
twcen-sessons" demand not extensivst
LOYAL LEC-IO* DlMKRtt TM7I4BB*
Col. Gardiner Tells Mow Tirer "Wars
Broken far Col. Ravossv?!?.
(New York Times?7th.)
District-Attorney Gardiner mad? A ?tato?
ment yesterday afternoon In explanation
of his abrupt departure from th? dllflner
of the New York State C?>mman<l??ry ?X
the Loyal Legion, given at Delm<>nl<*o'?
"Wednesday evening, when Colonel Koom
velt appear?-.! there In company with Gen
eral c. H. T. Coin?, and apparently as
his guest. After describing the organisa
tion and Its meeting?, and asserting that
"In these meetings anything of a political
aspect ha? always been aternly and vigo
rously excluded," Colonel Gardiner says:
Any member who desire? to Introduce a
guest must make due application to th?
council, and if the application is approved
the applicant Is notifled and a ?eat at the
banquet 1* reserved, and the gcntltiman
making the application makes the neces
sary .'ontribution. Whether or not any
application had been previously made to
Introduce Colonel Roosevelt us .>n? of
our guests, 1 <!<> sot know, bat I presume,
of i are?, It had. We had our banquet.
sang 'March'rig Through Georgia," and
then Oeseral M. t. McMahea r??a?l a most
interesting and valuable paper on that
unequalled ship, the frigate Chesapeake,
of the war of 11*12. When the applause had
subsided which wa? justly ?hi? lo that
I'..per, one of the members arose to ad
dress the Chair. At that moment he was
Interrupted, precisely as would happen (g)
a political meeting. Colonel Roosevelt
wa? escorted forward and hi? political
friends began to applaud, and he w*e
taken to the rostr*?ni and called upon tor
He Is now a prlv.it*? cltisen and the
nominee of & great political party for a
high office In this Sute, and the political
campaign has actively beuuu. Usdaff th?
circumstance?, If he desired to attend a
meeting o? the Loyal Ix-glon. it would
Bave been better to have deferred it until
the December meeting; that all, of courue.
Is a matter of taste. However, In coming
at all. as being our guest, like the other
gentlemen then-, hulg.? Newburger, of
the Court of General S"ssi,?ns, ami many
other prominent gentlemen, and to par
take with us of our banquet and to listen
to our paper reading and Join us In ? ur
patriotic googa, ho should not have come
In at the conclusion of these under th?
Introduction of a g?-ntlcman in goUttOpJ
life, and precisely In the manner follow?
I at political mca-tliiKS, apparently to
get tin- Indorsement of us old soldiers.
He had not bea-n with us throuarh heso
proes?illnirs, and his advent at this ?pe
dal tim?- appeared to be for a political
Object. Bor thai reason I withdrew iron?
tho meeting, as did a number of others. I
regret that tin? matter should have oc
Colonel BeeaoTolt wns n?t the guest of
General Collis, but of ?Tty-Magistrat?
Pool, who lrtvlted lilm ?-orne months age
!o attend the October dinner. Colonel
Boeeevell rapUsd from Baatlacs is ?'uti.i,
ptlng th.* Invitation, and promising
t? be present if possible. Major Pool then
submitted ?'"lonel Roosevelt's nam? ie
th? aounill. and It was approved. Later.
altar Colonel Boosevell r? turned from
Cuba. Qeneral Col.Is. not knowing of ihn
; rtOUS invitation, went to ReCOVdef
Blakewell to arrange l'or an Invitation on
his own part, gad was ltif.?rm??d that be
was too late.
An attempt was made yesterday to hav?
it believed that OsbssbI Collts had stooafi
s march ob Magtstrate l'.ioi Wednesday
niKht und d?>priv. ?1 him of the pleaaur?
of having ?'??loni'i Roosa-velt a? his guest.
Magistrat? Tool said last night:
'There Is no (ruth lu that story. Colo
nel Roosevelt was my guest, only he came
to the ilituier much later than I expected?
in fact, after th? dinner wa?? ovar.
1 dial not go M I'aruegle Hall to escort
him. and lu* earns to the dinner with
Chacra! ?'ollls. who had attended the
Republican ratification meeBng.**
Qeneral Collla last ni,*.ht said: "I can
Bol dlscusa the affairs of the Loyal Ls
gion la public, but I will say there Is not
the slightest d I it?* renco br-'iteen Major
Pool and rnyfelf."
I found them In u, tifxik last night.
These withered violets,
A t? ken of that early love
That no man e'er forget?;
Presssd carefully between the leaves,
aatoy k'-?i? their color still;
I cannot l??->k at them to-day
Without an old-time thrill.
Ah, me! What tricks dOSS memory
The passing years havo fled.
And hopes thin lived in vigor once,
Alas! hav? long been dead.
And this Is all thitt I can Bay,
When all 1? s.-.lil and done:
Those Bosrors remind me <?f some girl?
I wish 1 knew which one!
. ! '???????BSBK
MINIATURE ALMANAC, -OCT. 12. IM.
1 I Sun rises .6:115' HIGH TII'E.
I Bun aeta .S'Ml Morning.1:41
Mo?.ii rises .l:MIEv?ning.1:51
PORT OF BICHMOXD, OCT. 11, 1JNL
Steamer Pocahonta?, Grave?, NortoiK,
merchandise an.i passeagsrs; Virginia
Schooner Three Friend?, Rlggln?. Ches
speak? Bav. tl.-*lt ?crap; Virt-luU-Carolln?
eh? ml' Bl Company.
Steamer Tenmssee, ??'Nell, Philadelphia,
BWrchandlsa and passenger?; Clyde Line.
PORT OB* WES- POINT, OCT. II, 1828.
Steamship Accomack, Thompson, Nor?
folk; passenger? and general cargo.
Steamer Accomack. Thompson, Norfolk;
pass.-ngers and general cargo.
?WNEY TO LEND
ON BICHMOBD CITY REAL HS7..T8
at 8 per cent.. In amounts to suit. Apply
to T. M. WORTHAM A CO..
Real Estate and Ivan?,
oc 12-lt_1013 ?_??t Main ?treet.
Richmond By?, Ear, and Throat
lutirmury and Dispensary,
October S, IMS.
THE Ol ".'.STANDING BONDS OF IttiB
INSTlTl'TKiN are hereby called In ior
redempiion. Th? y will be paid, within?
terest, on or before the &TH or' N?)V?fcM?
BER, 1S?H. at which time ?nteres* urtll
ci-.ino to B0CTU?.
J. II. MONTAGUIC, Treasurer.
oc >-SuAW4t_?^ north Tenth street.
SAFE DEPOSIT CO..
Northwest Cor. Tenlh and Main fits*
Art? In ALL Trsjat ?Ta par* It Im,
Mainigts Etalate?, IfDat Money, Kttv
Deposit? atee?l*?ed anal Interest AW
lowed on Dally Balances.
- John Skelton YYi.lUma
Sec'jiodTreu'r, iw?ry lbmkmCbm.
E. B. Addlson. u.U. z. Bosher.
Wm. Win Henry. a. H. Hawse.'
John L. William?, R. A. Lancaster
jame? H. Dooley. H. I* CatH.il,
Frank A. Davenport loreph K. WMlard.
fi. X\. Travers, - *
W. J. _t?ake.
J. W. Roth.rt.
John B. 1'urcell.
John 8. Ell.tt.
K. T, I). Myers.
Wm. If. HablUton
ph _ _,
C. Sidney Bhepard.
J- Wm. M?dd?ndorf,
m. r. Cochin.
John W. Garren.
BrtMNt Tbc ?mann.
Kotiert C. Davidson,
lohn 8. WIIU8BM.