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8AVUBPAT. SEPTEMBER 4, 1886.
THE OBBAT I SKOW.
Col. Josiah rtterson bss cessed to
fce a dark horse blossomed into a
regular pre-emption office squstter,
and he acd TheUn are now lovingly
trying t3 inhale all the fragrance of
the eweet flower they love so dearly.
Pat'em.in was the dark horse which
Fbelua so much dreaded, and it re
mains to be Be en whether the two will
join and make common cause sgtinst
the iquatter's abomination, the snort
ing Bullion, black as night, and from
whose nostrils pour a cloud of smoke
indicating the consuming fires within.
The ne'gh of tbe dark horee to the
aquatter is more awful than a
b'ai from Gabriel's piping tiumpet.
Patterson may go back on the dark
horse and join Phelan and the Ava
lanche io the'.r hatred of this useful,
convenient ind sometimes indiepensc
ble animil ; but the Appeal will stand
the firm friend of the dark horse.
Nj one des'res or believes that this
Bleed will prime into the Exposition
Bui dire on the 17th of September,
but he ehiuld be kept hard by for
emeigercief. The dark horse, the
great onkEOwn, tai ofttn upset the
exj editions of the squatters. Arp
rantsfortbe Piesidency do tot fetr
esch ether, but Ibey dread the greiat
unknown. Van Buren was elain by
the great unknown, James K. Folk,
in 1844. Tierce was the dirk lost
that trampled down the Pemccrntic
aspirants in 1852. Hayes was drgked
into the convention that nominated
him as a dark Lo se. The career of
Mr. Lincoln went a loDg way to iecon
cile people o the custom of pnftiring
the unknown tD the known. His
judgment, lact, patience and general
ability, combined with niich rare en
gat ity, honesty and humanity s he
posieeeed, silenced all tavll, audjunde
it teem s though the superiority of
the unknown were ful y ettabllehed
is though the Instinct of the people
were superior to their reason arid
supposed knowledge, tut thii by no
means follows ai true. The instincts
of tbe peoplo had nothing to do with
the nomination of Lincoln. He was
nominated because it was o.s'erti
combine the friends of bis great rivals
upon him than upon any one of ihi m ;
because be was unknown and they
were known. Now in all this there
it iomethlng more than the mee ef
fect or influence of the hot rivalry and
animosity of prominent men, though
that and the disposition to piy off old
scores and the determination to keep
an equal well in the ietr. his con
siderable to do in tbe rase. Mr.
Van Buicn, for initaoce, helped
to slay Gen. Cats, and Mr. Blaine
and Mr. Conkling doubtless con
tributed to tbe downfall of each other,
ard their efforts were potent to the
end. There is bthlnd all this a liking
for the unknown a hope of ficding
same great good in lomtthlrg new
and untried. It is tbe condition of
mlud that enables a patent medicine
tain to come into the nurket and sell
new ard untried nostrum to make
bs fortune, while hosts ot educated
and icientlflo phyriciana are put to
the'r trumps to make a respectable
living. The charm attending the un
known, as regards statesmanship, is cf
the same suture as that which
iptlvattl our inteiejt la Jugvlery
and legerdemain. We enjoy it whi'e
it is mysterloue, bat it becomes stale
and fi t the very nic mont the trick is
explained and exposed. The worehip
of the unknown it a part of our n
ture as much as hero worship. The
people tire of too much greatce s. We
like tbe sun, but then we cannot rear
to have him shine all the time. Night
is a re' it I and cloady days are wel
come. Coctratt and change are craved
and enjiyed. Pbulan and Tatterson
have sqnatt'd on the public domain
one of Untie Sam's most desirable of
fices. They ere not likely to be dis
turbed in their pre-emption rights,
and whon the convention decides
which ot the two Is entitled to the of
fice tbe Democracy of the Tenth Con
irrational Dii rict will unite in giving
As was expected, the situat'on in
Bulcaiiibas become more grave low
Alexander bai resumed authority.
So grave that a Paris dispatch says:
"It Is feared that a war will eniut an
iens Prince Bismarck intervenes." If
tbe author'zed press of Germany may
be relied upon, there is litt'e probabil
ity of such intervention. The North
German Gazette states that unless tier
many declared war against Russia, a
mere protest from her would be re
sented by Ruvia, and war would be
likely ti follow. A'sd, that an Ultra
montane or a Liberal policy would be
' imminently dangerous to Germany.
German papers have also declared
that Germany has no reason to trouble
itself about Bulgaria, as it is not con
cerned la its affairs. As ourottm
trade is largely foreign, and as Liv
erpool fixes the price of it, Mem
- phis is deeply concerned la events
which thmttn to disarrange the ope
rations of commerce. The European
markets are much agitated at the com
plexlon ot events, and the Lindon
correspondent of the New York Uirald
telegraphs that "a great war may be
imminent." This probability is height
ened by the correspondence between
Alexander of Bulgaria and the Ctr,
published in the Appial yesterday
Alexander wrote to the Cur a letter
Peking (o placate that monarch, and
going si far as to say that be received
his crown from Russia and was realy
to surrender it if required. The Czar's
riply was arrogant in the extreme.
Hit Bays: "I cannot approve of your
i-turn to Bulgaria," and declares tfcat
Alexander must decide on bis own
loarse, while he should reserve to
himself to judge what tbe interest
of Bassia and the East may re
quire. This is threatening ss
well as insolent, and shows that the
iltoatlon is serious indeed. Tbe
Czir's letter and tbe Russian press
speak of Bulgaria ts being sorely tried
and reduced to a wretched condition,
anaicby prevailing. In the meantime
tbe Bulgarian people enthutiaH'ctlly
welcome their prince back aga'n, and
are peaceful and orderly, the Ruts a i
gents snd paid adherent alone threat
ening trouble. It is the lamb troubliog
the water the wolf was drinking over
again. There is ta'k of ai alliance
between Turkey, Koumania, Servia
and Bulgaria in a defensive league
acainst But sis. Such an a'llan ;e would
include spopulution ot more than 15,
000,000 people and 600,000 troops out
side of tbe reserves. Bat so bold a
measure is hardly continent with the
tamo spirit Turkey bat shown.
TUB STATE CAPITAL.
Deatborden. B. V. tthealbam-Ttia
IsriouL to Tin ArriiL.t
Nafuivillb, Tenn., September 4, 2
A.U.-Gen. It. F. Cheatham, po.t
mr ter of Nashville, has just died.
The Sabernatorlal t'anvnaf.
The Drfnuocratio and Rpubllcsn
Committees have agreed upon the fol
lowing lint ofeppoin'ments for Mewr.
Bohert and Alfred Taylor, candidates
of their teHpec ive parties for Gover
nor ot Tennessee:
Madison. ThnHday, boptember Dili.
Athens, Friday, Hepteiruber 30th.
Cleveland, Saturday .September lltb.
Day to d, Monday, September Ktlh,
Jssper, Tneidav, S.'ptember 14th.
Tu'lahonia, Wednesday, Septem
McMinnvlile, Thursday, Septem
ber 10 h.
Shelby vilie, I riday,b!i.temrier 17tn.
Woodbury, Saturdy, Sopt inber
Murfreesboro. Monday. Ben'emb?r
Franklin, Tne'diy, September 21st.
CcIuildb, WedLeiday, September
Lewisburg, Thursday, September
Fsyo'tevilie, Friday, September 24 h.
I'ula'ki, Suuidsy, Sep'emb r 2'th.
Liwrenceburg, Monday, Sjptemb r
Wajnesboro, Tuoiday, September
Savavnab, Wednesday, September
Jf con, Fridav, O tiobur Jet.
Bolivar, Saturday, October 2d.
Mem ibis. Mindar. OA bw 4th.
At night Covington, Tuesday, Oc
Kipley, Wednesday, October 0 h.
Dyersburir, Trtirsday, October 7th.
Union City, Friday, October 8th.
Trenton, 8atntdy, October 0th.
Somerville, Monday, Oct ber lUb.
Brownsville, Tuesday, October 12ib.
PaiK Wednesdav. Octolnr 13tb.
Hunt ngton,'lhurday,Oc oberl4tb.
l)re:Uen, Friday, uo ODer loin.
Centerville. Hatu day, October 10th.
At night Na-.hville, Mo-day, Octo
ber lHtb. .
Gallatin, Tuesday, October 19 h.
Lebanon, Wednesday, October 20th.
Clerssvilie, Thursday, October 21st.
At nil lit Ubaranoog", tday, uc
Benton, Saturday, October 23d.
Rogtraville, Friday, O Hober 29 :h.
Joncsboro, Saturday, Outr ber SOtb.
Blouniville, Monday, November 1st.
R. L. Taylor (lone will till the fol
lowing: Maryvlllf, October 26tb.
Clinton. Tiieadav. October 20 tb.
Greenville. Tburcday, October 28 h.
Over a Frlabitnl Kpldemie In Coeke
liPIOIil to TSS AFrlAL.J
Chattanoooa, Tsieie., SeptemVr.r 3.
The little villsDSof ParrottsviUe. in
C.icke county, Tenn., is in a wild s'ate
of excitemont over a frightful eni
demio whiuh hai made iti apporrance
there. The disepi. which in eveiy
cess proves lata), rssemo'e tiux, ex
cept tutt the victims are a t ickctf with
severe pa ns in trie beat simultaneous
ly with tiie piin in the abdomen. The
physicians a-e uakbloto cope Willi trie
direas, and the sick succumb to the
treadlul disraie In a short time.
Twenty-seven deaths bave occurred
Within threw its.
Failure for Ihe Week.
Nkw York, Sen'ember 3. The bos''
ne:i Mluies occurring tlirouiuout the
country during ths ssven day. as
reported to it. u. Dun & (Jj , number
lor ins united mates tutt and lor Uan
ada24, or at Hal of UK), as compared
with a total of 201 lut werk, and 18U
the week previous to the latt The
Wstrn and Paclir Sutes furnish
netrly hall the cnunlt ei reported in
Dry tJoad. Imparl, at New Yark.
Nsw Yomc, September 3. The im-
pirtstlons at ths port of New York
lor ths week ending 8 ipterober 2, 1880,
were 11,025 packages, valued at $2,
337,036, atainet 9503 packa.es, valued
at f iso.vs'J for ins preceding week,
Btlii.h tiraln Trad.
Liverpool, Saptember 3. A leidlnir
graia circular say: The wheat trade
is very fl m but inactive. Prices of
f rlga wheat are well supported. En
glish is irrega ar In quality and condi
tion and at times Cheaper. Tha de
mand lor cargoes Is (air and holders
are very firm. At today's market th
attendance was modertly good.
There was a fair demand for wheat,
while grades were at times Jd hither;
otner kinds comminded extreme
rates, rnor was ouiet and un-
changed. Com was less freely offered;
there ws a good inquiry and prices
Baat Baadall Hcrlautly 111.
Philadelphia, Pa., Bptembr S
(Jrogreesuiaa r?amnel J. Randall is
lyinu qnite erionsly ill at his country
redence, rear Paoli. lis is suflering
from an at'ack of dyeentery, together
with bis old ailment, tout. Nona hut
members of h's family are permit'ed
ti see tim, and bis physicians say that
while his condition is not absolutely
: . : 1 i4 l- t i -
urinuji ji is never. neiess tit out.
Death of Judge Carnthera at Chl-
Inriour, to tub appiai,.!
Cbicaqo, 111., September 3. Judge
John T. CAiutheisdled at 2:30 p.m.
oi noun uiseaw.
A Dl.liact Bbaeh at JarkMavllle,
jACKtoxviLur, Fla , September 3
At 10:02 o'clock toniRht a distinct
s lock of earthquake was felt here, last
ing five seconds. It caused great ex-
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
PREPARATIONS FOR THE
TEST OS MONDAY.
Ihe Outlook at Little Rock-Tbe
Success of the Democratic
TsPtOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Litii.e Rock, Ark., September 3
Tbe politicians bave finished the can
vass in the country and now the c ty
is reueiving their at'emion. Co). VV.
S. Oliver, the Republican car didate
lor bheriiT, has donned his big dia
mond, which be says is the "le.vinu"
of bis ollliiil career as Sheriff, aud he
struts tbe et'etts with the dignity of a
king. Watt Wortnam, tne truly
Democratic standard bearer, whote
desires ard far less avariiious
than thoss of Oliver, although he
points to an official rareor several
yeirs in excess of that of tt e Diamond
King, is ea'irtltd, and doss sport ihe
Mr. n ind fooc of a graveyard rabbit,
the "cotton tail" having oeen slain at
12 o'clock at night, io accordance with
the negro view of good luck, end he
ssys he wiU bury Oliver in his
next Monday, or all signs will be a'.lie.
Lvery precaution has been taken to
prevent the Republican repeats rs ger-
tiug in their wcrk en this occesion,
and Wortben eats that, it any men a
temptr to cast mo-e than one vote be
ill eiap b in in jail and keep Mm
there until the courts can deal with
him. The vote h.ia been booked for
the entire county, a caovais haviog
been taken in each township, ano
it will be next to imposeibld
for the whole.' ale repeating hi ratofore
existing at elections In this ounty
tj be perpetrated, it Is an o.d Re
publican trick to have tome one or
more of their benchm-n tear up the
Democratic t ckets displayed et the
polls on tbe morning of election, but
PIKCK OF "BCULDUOGKRY
has been provided for in the ar poln'
mnnt of a Democratic Citzms'Com
milt. '6 for each poll in thee .unty, who
will see mat notu:rg oi tuts ktnd gees
on. Mr. M. ti. tiaa is cnairman oi
the General Committee, and all who
know him ere satisfied that only fair
play will be indulged in. All plac-s of
buHineas will be closed during the en
tire day, it being tho pnrpoe of our
merchants and property cwoers to de
vote the day to tbe perpetuat'on of
the present Democraie administra
tion of tbe county. It has recently
been discovered that the county has
about 1803 more white than olered
voters, notwithsUnding Oliver has
heretofore so corrupted the ba'lot box
as ti cmne a preponderance ot some
1E00 colored votes at all elec i job here
tofore held in this county.
the labor candidate for Sheriff, has
withdrawn from tbe r .ce, and advises
bis friends to support tne Democratic
ticket, wort nen cnarges. ana ej.iver
does not deny it. tbat O.iver offered to
sell out tbe Republican p any of the
county lour years ago lor $a Jir, out
Jt'u'aiki county's nonest otnciais in
formed Col. Bell tbat he did rot wish
to reach position bv bnvinn off his op
position, it is also cnarged teat u l-
ver realized $500,000 out of the 8hr-
iff'softlce during bis Btay iu cilice.
The people of the coutty, tbe tax
payers, are not to be blamed lor desir
ing to denounce him.
QUITS A SENSATION
was crepted smong t'.o frionds and ac
aoaln'ancea ol Mr. and Mrj. S.e
brock, keepers of the Gerxanis Hotel
of this city, today on i's becom'ng
known that Mrs. Keel) rock had eloped
with ths clerk of the bouse. 11 rmau
Voight is the cams of the young
LHbatio, and he had been working at
tbe Hotel in the capacity ot clerk tor
tbe past three months. Your co-re
spondent interviewed the wronged
huBband' tonight, and from him
ba-ned that bsyond a rath
er to) familiar intimacy be
tween his wife end Voight he
bad never dretm d there wrc the leesi
thing wrong Tvith his wife, and her
sudden departure on thonooj ncrh
i s . : . l i i .. u
UODiiu vraiu tuuny cjuiu cio y uuiuu-
founded the old gentleman. Vcigbt
left the bousa yentrtlay at noop. ray.
ins be was golpg West. This, of
co a r je, be bad a tight to do; but at
noon today, wiulo ths gues's were at
dinner, and Mr. Soebrock bus'ly en
gged in th I lining roim, his wife
t-lippcd on her b. nnet, wont t)
tbe Dank aoa arew out an toe
money belonging to her husband and
also left for the West. 1'. is now sup-
pc sod tbat the coup'e met at Hoxie,
end from there either went to St
Liuis or Kansas City. The women is
decidedly pretty Germin lady, of
aooot au. witn tne appearance ot t
b'onde. She left two small chl'dren
and tbe elopement has been the topio
among tbe friends of the couole einne
Its occurrence. Voight is about 28
yeats of age.
orialereal lo lmportrr.
Wasuinoton, September 3 Tbe
Trasury Depirtmnt has issned the
following circular to Collectors and
On and alter January 1st next, the
prat ties heretof ore existing in tne de
partment t insirucuoos ot uotoberll
1H78, of permitting parties who pre
sent themeelves with invoices and bil l
of lading indorsed to them by the par
ties named therein, or In b'ank to
make entries in tneir own names as
owners, and also of permitting entry
by parties who appear to have been
the real purthasers abroad, but to
whom the merchandise was not con.
signed by the bill of ladinsr. will be
discontinued, and entries will only be
received from pailies in whose name
the merchandise Is consigned in the
bill ot Uolrir, or who appear to be ths
rightful h Vueriot bills of lading drawn
"to order." Articles 207 snd 29Sof
tbe regulations will be considered ss
mod ned accordirgly. Eotr'eabyex
ecntori snd admlmstratoisof deceased
perrons, cr the aa?lenees e f insolveot',
as provided in section 2r)43, R. f., will
not be considered ss afiVc ed by this
O. S. FAIRCIIILD, Aotlm Saoretary.
A Boom at Ihe Pbllaaalpbln Mint.
Washington, September 3. Tbe
Philar'elphU Mint Is now overwhelm
ed with work. In sddiiion ti cleaning
up tbe minor btse C3ins at the rate of
f.'0,C03ea'h week, and keeping up
witn tre ciemani lor ciuies, itio legu
lar montbly purcrao oi silver bullio:
must be coined. It is estimated that
f'2,oa0,000 worth of bullion will coin
2,800,(100 silver dollars. The employes
at ti e mint are now work ne from 8
o'clock a.m. to midnight every week
The Flhilea 4Malln.
WAtuiNOToie, Feptrmber 8. The
Ottawa Hi'lMic i t Uio etl'.'f t tbat si
imperial war ships are o:i the way to
Halifax to ass'st in enforoir.g the fish
ery clauses oi tbe treaty oi IHI'J,
discredited at th State and Navy De
partments. Such a force fir suth a
purpose, it is said, would be a prodigal
wests oi metps. Very likely a untisn
isdron is on Its war. as is usual this
lime of the year.to those water. For
merly the equAdron summered i a the
West lodiee, but the dannr from
yellow fever led to tbe custom of
making tbe summer rendezvous in
northern w ate is, m is rhe case with
our own vessels. If such is thB feet,
is believed to have no interoa:bnal
sigoificancs. The negotiations be
tween tois government and Great
Bri ain with respect to ths three mile
limit, whether Iroru haaolaod t head
laod, or following theniKB'tirS of 'te
coast, snd to other details of ttie fish-
ryqueBt'OD, a e Droer-s-init, slowly,
to bi Bu-e, bnt w.tu entire cordial ty.
TriHv have been somewhat r ard)d
by the changes of government in Great
tirita n, aoa im ueces-l v ot s.arlicg
a 8'iew wivh successive administra-
Seven Hen Rnaited Alive In a Burn.
Williamspobt, Pa.. September 2
Word has been received here of a
cken'ng calamity which i c.:urred
about midnight last night, eight miles
snd a runt aoovn Jooeatowo, on ti e
line of the Williamsporc aud North
Branch rtiiroid, wh -re a la'ge num
ber of Hungarian laborer ere era-
oyed oa an ex'eneioa ot tnj r.jad.
ABbu-ity, in which ov. r twanty e.f
tt.esti oien lodged, ctuirbt fire 'at
ijititf.oru the ovtrturaing of aetova
while tbe men were asluMn, Sixteen
men slept on the Second 11: or. The
on the flrtt ti or, aud a I on the second
Moor b'H seven, succeeded in gtttlDg
out. The others were ie(t ts their
faie aid were roast d ulive in
the burning ehanty. Their cha-red
remains weie afterwards found in the
ruins. Tinmen who e cipedweieso
panic Bt icheu that they made no
eUorts to save their companionc. Tha
emains ot the anvea dead were re
moved to Jonestown to awoit the a
rival of tbe Coroner from LiPort?.
The names of the vie ins i;avn Dot yet
reen received. A fJuniMiinn named
hlnaki ws murdered and his b dy
hidden under a scanty on tie earuo
railroad at Elk Lick. A shor; time
since, when tbeshanty was tora down.
portions ot ninnaniematps ware loona
arid a quantity of bloody et aw. Ihe
meu who occupied the shanty have
AT SAltAJiAC INN.
Selarn of Proldn( ClevelHod and
Saranac Isk, N. Y.. September 3.
After an ahseocs of four dats, Presi-
ent Cleveland and pirty re umed to
Saranao tonieht. Tcey had a most
enjoyable time on tbe uppr lakes.
Each man had saot his deer, and
eve-ybody wes exceedingly pliaant.
Proprietor u-niet w. Ridd.e aban
doned the business of managing bi
hotel lorg eno rgh to take cba-ue of
the.eigineot the laancti iNcl ieand
run ber down the lake to Sweeney's
Carry, where the President's par y
were 'akeu aboard, it wes dusk wbeu
the Nellie was eighttd turning the
point of diy land, lathe a'ternoon
some of tha guests at fie hotel had
made srraogemeotsf jr tbe tiring of a
Presidential ealute on tie arrival of
Mr. Cleveland. , After a Ions consul-
ta'bn it wrs decided that such a sa
lute cootietsd io, tbe firing of tweuty
one guns and the dipping of th
A meriu in flag three times. This
ealu'e Wfs a'C'jrdlng'y givpn as the
iseiiie nearcd tne lauding, vv lncnester
riHrs being eub3titut;d lor emco'.h
bore cannons and a hotel clerk
f.r a sailor at the hai
yards. Mrs. Cleveland and her
motner, Aire, ioisom, enjoyed dtiring
their sb'ence an experience such as
had never been t heir's before. They
bad been traBocrted irti the hnrt of
the wl'dwrtesr in tmall bea'e, and had
lived for three days at l'l ny Robb.ns,
a cs'ebrated retreat on Little Tup per
lake, frequented by noee woo rougn
it for tbe love of huntirg. In reach
ing that spoh, a long carry, many
miles in an open boat bad to be over
come. A heavy storm overt ok the
party snd they were well drenched at
tne end ot tbe nret d ys tour
nt-y in - the wildernets. Tne
following dy. which wes Tue:day,
saiv lliem at l'iinys, eud the day a ter
that the pask of hounds v.ss Io-eeued
Pies'dcnt Cleveland took hi B'nd on
Round P.nd, Henry W.Brown o
PhiUde'phia wsi ettioned at Clear
Pcnd. Dr. Ward took the runaway at
the rapids of Little Clear it etru.wbi'o
C.I. Relo of tbe Galveston JSem got a
etation on Two Islrnd bay oa tae Pig
Tupper. Mr. Cleve and shot his deer
tbrouno tbe neck, lie proved to be
dne, It buck, a tour
pronged buck, sa called from
tueaoreadof his antlers. 'J he hea l
and antlers will iu time adorn the
walls of the President's com try suit
near Washiog'on. Mr. Clevelrnd wai
much p eased with his good luck, and
be laughed and received the congratu
Intlons of bis friends. Tonight the
President listened with cstonishment
and sincere regret to the newspap
mcruntsof tbe ruin and Buffeting at
Charleston, which were read tihim
THE SITUATION AT BILOXI.
Twa Additional I'anea of filekn
ItiLOXt. Miss.. September 3. Two or
three ea-es of sickness l ave occurred
here todsy, bnt none of them, n r of
those previously existing, iseonr-uiered
srinus or alarming. Drs. McCaleb,
Rrad'ord and Mootress, of the County
Itoaid of Health, were on J he ground
and participated lo tbe measures taken
ti mt'ntaia thorough isolation of the
infect d omnt
Tbe health su hoil lee of Mississippi
Cl'v. havina refused to declare s quir
antioe against Biloxi, th citizens be-
caxo indignant aad e t -b isbed a sbot
sun ooarntine on tbe ir own responel
bility. A schooner frjm Biloxi, with
a cariro of shrimoj for Hew Oilean.
landed lonighr, but she wasotdeied
away by a committee ot citizsas.
Gcronlm SStlll la Cnilady.
Tl'cjom. Ariz.. September 3. A
official dispatch to the Star Bays: The
rpoit that Liw ton's forces had a fight
with Mexican troops ana toat ueroni
mo escaped is without foundation. A
dispatch from Wilcox also states that
tbe report Is untrue.
A eiisbl Shack la California.
Grass Vallsy.Oau. September 3.
A sharp shock of earthquake was felt
ber at 12 oMock lest ntgnt.
Mzrced. Cau. Septemler X A
slight shock of earthcp.sie was ex
penenced here last niuu
Rsao, N zv., September 3. At 9:50
o'clock tbis morning a slight shock of
earthquake, passing from south to
north, was felt here. Twenty teconda
la er a second shock, a'most imper
Another Aback at A ".
AtrousTA, Ga., September 3. At
10:40 o'clock p.m. another shock was
diktlnctlv felt The streets are again
filled with people. .
SEPTEMBER 4, 1886.
HE BRITISH PARLIAMENT
THE aDDRESI IS REPLY TO THE
in the Throne Finally Aitnntrl
Afier a Kharp Debate en the
Loudon. September 3 Lo-d O nroa
Hamilton, Fis Lord of theAom ra
ty, replying to the interrogator es in
tbe Houss of Commons thij afternoon,
dtni-d tbat anysgeLtof the Uoitei
Steles bai actesa thrcuih the firm of
r wuiiaai Armstrong & Co. io the
oeiens for caval veesis noderninfi.
demial consideration by the British
L-Td Randolph Churchill mnvod
that precedence be g van to the tup-
Mr. Dillon moved Mr. Parrlr
amendment, urgicg that thecoos'dera
tion of the e.'tnaiion in Ireland ad-
mit'ed of no delay.
bir wm. Vernon Haroourt tjo ntei
out that if the amendment sbonld be
carried it wt'uld be uselesr, ts the op-
Binon were power ess t compel tne
government to introduce new meas
ures now ; therefore he would support
L re Rando'ph Cbn chill's motion
air MicnaHi llickB-reach nrced that
an d be put to tbe diacussioo.
mr. faroeli ea d hs did not h'amo
Sir Wil iam Vernon Harcourt for the
ttitode taken by that eentUman. hut
it was only by the ptrsitt.-nt spp'ica
tion of the principle of "try, t-y ga!u"
tbat the rarnelliws had ever cr t any
thing. He denied that tbe Parnellites
intended to obstruct the btnitites of
tbis seaeion. He himself was drafiirtr
measure giving base hold-ra leava
and wculd advi e t'je withdrawal of
t'-e amendment if the govertmant
ould give fair tit'es for the introdur-
tion of such a bill during the presuLt
Loid Rindobh Churchill replied
ti at the government had a'r a'y
aia ed its irtentious ia regard to thj
land bll'. If Mr. Parnell dtsirea to
dtsciibo in a fudr manner the way
in which he wished tbe ( net Von to be
d a!t with, tbe government would un
dertake to giva ep eial sitt njj for
tbat purpose b forntliH cloae t f the
session. Mr. John Morley expressed
himself as sincerely satisfied i'h the
government promise. Mr. Parnell's
amendment wa tben withdrawn.
Mr. Libouchere moved an aae-d-
ment declaring that Lord Rintiolpb
Churchill's speech ia Blf .Bt was cil
culatod to provoke breaches of the law
and ought to be withorawo. He in
sisted that Churchill was moral y an
swerab e for tbe kiliioc and wounding
of ao many people in Bulfast.
Lflrd Randolph unuic? ill dee cr bed
the amendment as a vain attempt to
set a net in the sight of the bird. He
reaed with contempt Mr. Lsbou-
chore's clumsy attempt, and flatly re
fused t3 respona to the cnauen e.
Mai bauncersoa moved an amend
ment to Mr. Labouchere's amendment,
Denouncing tbe presence of Rritieh
subjects at the recent Irish conven
tion in Chicagr, calling attention to
tbe statement freely made that some
commoners svowed that they had
taken the Fenian oath, and decla ing
taat if this statement were true tbe
members in question should be se
Lord Uindolph Churchill said tbe
government would opprsa both
mencmntr. The matters alleged in
Maj. Saundeison's amendment he
said were in no wise pertinent to the
speech from tbe throne, and a cViecus-
oa of the amendment would only
ill fur'.ber w ste the time of tha
Mr. T. P. O'Connor, at ack.d L-rd
Randolph Churchill for shirking a re
ply to Mr. Lsboacherc. He taunted
Ocurchill with having climbed into
tower on ths udder ot obstruction.
When there was ding r of a wa' with
Rues a. continued Mr. O'Connor, ths
rancor ot unurchtira tongue was not
sofiened by the prospe.t of a sacrifice
of thousand!! oi lives, ana nedd evaiy
thing in his power to thwart Ju cfr
forti of the government, which was
s riving to mintain peace. Churchill's
words uai dona more to es range and
fotter hatred between England and
Ireland than any occurrence in the
last two rear:. Cheers
Mr. SaunderEon s amendment wis
rtj etd i hout a divi.ion.
Mr. L bouclicre's amendment was
rej ct-d by a vo e of 202 to 119
Toe House to. n agreed to tue re
port of tae eddre s.
Mr. I'arnsii nopes to in r oauce nis
land bill nex". week.
A Whack at Sir. Peel
The Pall Mall Gazette says thtt tbe
scenes in too lobby and In tbe tioam
ber of -the House oi Uommors UBC
evening during tbe doting debate on
tbe proposed amendment to the ad
dress in reply to the Queen's speech
form the leading t'p'c nf conversation
Bmone polititians in London today.
Alluding to teaser rears very snarp
aud summary rulings, the Gazette sas
the ereneral impression is tbat Mr.
Peel was testy becauss Buffering from
111 health, and that there is no ground
for supposing tbat hs wrs ao ing in
collusion with the government, or
pursuing a predetermined course of
at t on in calling tho members to order
in such a peremptory style.
Speaker Pl and lbs FarnelMIM.
The Daiiy Newt hopes tbat the United
Ireland' t tcBinua'iou that Speaker reel
ia trasnine the Parnellites by an ar
rangement with Lord Randolph
CbU'chill is not the view of the whole
Irish Parliament. The Newt believes
that the Speaker finds Cburcbi 1 him
self more troublesome than the Par-
nallitee, and hopes the latter will asi-t
rather than annoy the Speaker in his
In Favar of Ham Kule for Ireland
Dublin. September 3. Mrs. T. D.
Sullivan, wife of the Lord Mayor of
Dublin, ana a deputation of lristi
ladies will go t o tiawarden on Sep
tember Zlet to pre-eot to Mr. Ulad
stone emammoin declaration in favor
of home rule iu Ireland. Tie d cn
meat bears the signstures of 503,030
Ia the Dear Old Days.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit an the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair.
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did In the dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
OU cents artmia ror tne hair.
Aaaanlted by Hla Iaaane Sea.
Milwackss, Wis., September 3.
Robert a. looii, aged 72 years,
prominent border oi this city, was
viciously snsanltsd this morninn by an
Insane son nmimd Robe t. aaea 33
years, and so bully injured internally
thtt bis recovery is doubtful. J be in'
fuHa'ed y nog man was formerly
railroad engineer end was Incarcerated
in an asylum In au interior Illinois
town, fiom which be escaped, several
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