MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER! 7. 18S6.
BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE CZAR'S
Bis Offlclal Announcement to B
Hade Today The Hews and
Gossip at London.
Sofia, September 6. Bulgarian offi
cers favorable to tb. Prince have held
a meeting and decided to retain Alex
der br force.
In an Interview M. Karayaloff says
lie believed that the fate of the nation
-waa irrevocably linked with Prince
Alexander's destiny, bat the difficulty
of the situation was almost insuper
able. He told the Prince of the plot
four days before the coup d' etat, but
he refused to listen to any accusation
agaiDBt his officers, and those in the
plot were ieit iree w act.
Before Prince Alexander announced
his intention ta auit the throne he re
ceived a telegram from Prince Bis
marck recommending that he abdicate
in order to save Bulgaria.
Prince Alexander, on Saturday, pre
sided at a meeting representing all
patties in Bulgaria. It was decided to
appoint M. biamDonion, m. ittuoaiav
off, M. Kri aloff, M. Guecboff and M.
Stoiloff to negotiate with Rrjaeia and
the other powers tor the settlement of
the Bulgarian crisis.
An ordinary session of the Bulgarian
Chamber of Deputies has been sum
moned to discuss the abdication. It
is believed that the departure of Prince
Alexander from Bulgaria is likely to
result in civil war.
Thousands of copies of the Cxars
reply to Prince Alexander have been
printed by order of the Banian Con
sul and distributed among the people.
It is believed that Russia will give the
throne to the Doke of Oldenbsrg, who
is commander of a cavalry rogiment at
fit. Petersburg, and a favorite of the
Caar's. Bulgarian officers are greatly
excited, although it is stated that Bus
eia will not occupy Bulgaria unless a
civil war should break out At the
same time, Alexander foresaw thatthe
popular enthusiasm would speedily
cool when the Russian rouble was
' again set at work. Further, many
Bulgarian officers and politicians are
stili strongly pro-Bussian, and the dis
loyalty in the armv is more wide
spread than was at first supposed.
Tba B.ws at London.
London. September 6. The Stand
ard't Berlin correspondent says it is
reliably informed that Prince Bis
marck! promised M. de Glers a free
hand in Bulgaria in case England
, ahowed a willingness to help Alexan
'' der and Turkey, and that both Ger
many and Austria would remain neu
tral. The Pott Berlin correspondent says
that Emperor William proposed A!ex
der'a telegram to the Cur as the best
means of effecting a reconciliation,
and that the Cru's reply was, there
fore, a direct blow at the Emperor.
The correspondent further says that
the news of Alexander's abdication
caused the utmost indignation among
the German army officers. Advices
from Vienna say that the news of
Alexander's abdication was received
with consternation there, the Prince's
action being looked upon as the be
ginning of a serious stags of the Bui
' varinn question.
It is believed in Vienna that the ab
dication wiU not deter Bunia from at
tempting to occupy Bulgaria, a pro
ceeding which Austria cannot allow.
v Dispatches from Sofia say that the
Russian party thore, headed by the
Bussian Consulate, show signs of great
activity, and are preparing an address
to the Czir. It is expected that Prince
. Alexander will go to Serv'a, thence to
Darmstadt, and thence to Eog'and. M.
ropofl and numerous .Bulgarian om
era have decided to accompany him.
Tbe Timet ol today says: A regen
cy committee composed with or with
out Russian partisans can only hasten
the day when the people of Bulgaria,
wearied and diesplritod, will abandon
their dreams of autonomy and will
. Welcome Russian domination as the
only means of escaping anarchy.' Tbe
date of the entry of Bussian troops
t into Bu'garia is an unimportant detail.
- All that has been effeotod by the union
of fioumelia and Bulgaria is the en-
- largement of the slice ol the Turkish
Empire which Russia teonres by the
operation. German and Austrian in
difference probably springs from a
consciousness of their inability to pro
vent the Russian advance. The cen
tral powers may be making the best
f unpleasant and unavoidable cir
cumstances, but they cannot pretend
that the course of events is precisely
such as they would prescribe were
' they masters of the situation.
The Standard commentina on Prince
Alexander's abdication, says: We are
convinced that Prince Bismarck will
not succeed in averting an eventual
. struggle between Russia and Austria.
. England will be tbe chief gainer by
the great opportunity which Germany
and Austria have thrown away. Any
thing that increases Russia's Interest
and absorbs her attention in Europe
will divert it from Asia: thus wa will
acquire time to render Russian ma
chinations in Asia harmless.
The Tuff Mall dattUe declares that
England will abandon tbe island of
Port Hamilton, on tne coon 01 uorea,
because of the conviction that its oc
cupation would prove source ol
, weakness in time of war.
The Horning Pott says: We greatly
doubt whether Prince liismarck's pol
icy willi nsnre the peace of Europe,
Europe will have no peace until the
wrongs Russia has Inflicted on a rising
people are avenged. Whatever may
te the reasons which induced Prince
Bismarck to sacrifice Prince Alexander
' to tbe personal animosity ot the Czar,
we cannot believe that Europe will
approve a policy tending to make the
Csar arbiter of the whole continent.
The Daily New doubts whether Rus
sia will bo to the length of occupying
Bulgaria, even though assured of Ger
man neutrality. It would be unneces
sary to do so, it says, as the moral vie
toiy gives the Cur all he asks, and
pratically makes Bulgaria a Russian
Tbe Daily Tekgraph says: "Every
one for himsell" is the new motto of
the European concert, and the remit
is discord, more or less veiled. We
are a maritime power. Looking to
the dark, lowering future we can
not too soon take all needful steps and
rely on ourselves.
Tbe Chronicle blames Prince Bis
marck for creating the present ciitical
situation, and says the clouds In the
Balkans are darker and more lurid
Turkey's Military Preparation.
Costantinoplb, Soptembr8. It is
rumored that in accordance Miih
advice given by two friendly powers,
v :i- Turkey is making military nrnpara-1'V-
(ions on the Asiatic fronter. It is also
said orders have been aiveu to supply
the army in Erzeronm aod along the
border, with additional guns, stores
and munitions This activity is due
to movements on the part of Kuaeia,
which is supposed to be making efforts
togaagetbe military and and naval
strength of Turkey. A suspicious for
eign artist has been seen making
sketches of the forts outside of Con
stantinople, and It is thought he wts
an agent ot Russia. It is learned that
large contracts have been made cn
Russian account for coal for Odessa,
and that a contract has been made to
supply 30,000 tons of metal plates of
twelve inches thickness and with steel
facing for the Russian arsenals on the
Will Proclaim Hit Abdication Today
Berlin, September 8. Prince Alex
ander will tomorrow proclaim his
Tbe Russian Consulates in Bulgaria
re distributing for signature petitions
to the Czar, favoring the election of
the Prince of Edenburg as successor
to Prince Alexander.
The Put Wmi a Lond.n and on
London, September 6. Discount
was easy daring the part week at 2
percent for three months and 1 per
cent, for ahort. On the Stock Exchange
business was very limited, partly ow
ing to tbe absence of members on holi
day vacations. There was a slight
but general faint prices nnder the in
fluence of tbe unsettled political situ
ation in the East. American railroad
securities were inactive until Saturday,
when tbey became buoyant and there
was an active demand for most issues.
Paris, September 6. On the Bourse,
during the past week, there was a
alightly increased activity, and quota
tions of improved rentes being espe
cially buoyant Snez and Panama
Canal shares were in demand. The
week's variations include the follow
ing increases: New Loan, 60; S per
cent rentes, 75; Bute Canal, 2f, 60;
Panama Canal, 2f, 75o.
FbaNkfobt, September 6. On the
Bourse prices were firm and business
was fairly active. At the close Aus
trian gold rente was quoted at 95.90;
Austrian credit, 2.24 ; ahort exchange
on London, at 20.40; exchange on
New York, at 4.24, and private dis
count at If.
Bbbun, September 6. Prices on
the Bourse daring the week were
flrm.bnt not much business was done.
Stock exchange on London closed at
20.41 J: ditto long, at 20.31J, and pri
vate disoonnt it 1. The whole
amount of the new German Imperial
three and a half per cent, loan has
been taken at 103. This loan has al-'
ready reached a higher quotation than
the Prnesian three and a half percent.
1 1 1 u J .' it
loan, ins lax on suuibd umuuio, u
is announced, will realizs 7,500,000
amntl Barley Dead.
London, September 6. Samuel
Morley. formerly a member of Parlia
ment, is dead. He was a prominent
champion of Protestant nonconformi
ty. He was born in 1809.
Heavy Bala Storm at Glasgow.
Glasgow, September 6. The heavi
est rain storm ever known in this part
of Scotland, has fallen here and over
the western portion of the country.
It did much timg ta the crops.
BtHMN, September 0. Prince Bis
marck, who is suffering from ah at
task of sciatica, is much chagrined be
cause Lanenburg, hitherto the con
stituency of bis son, Count Herbert
Bismarck, has returned a Liberal to
Blotlns at Ueiraat.'
Dudun. September 6. At Ballymac-
caratt, a suburb of Belfast, today a
mob attacked and severely handled
four policemen and wrecked a nouse
in which the men had takon refuge,
Military aid had to bo summoned to
rescue the policemen. Two of the
rioters were arrested.
An Oianee funeral procession today
was attacked by Catholics, and there
was much throwing of stones.
Rom a. September 6. Cholera re
turns from Italy: Torre de l Annun
data, 38 new casos, 24 deaths; San
Marco, in Lamas, I'D new cases, xz
deaths; Naples, 2 new casos; other
districts, 81 new oases and 21 deaths,
A Big Political Bnrbeeno excite
ment Over tbe Mention.
ooaatsroimsaoa or raa Arrnii..
Laconia. Abk.. Septembers. Today
has been indeed a gala day In Laconia
The friends of tbe Warfield fusion
gave a big barbecue here today and
"Warfield meat and whisky" were en
loved bv many hundred people. Af-
tor tne oountnui ainner tne uoore oi
"Blackburn's Hall" were thrown open
and those of the colored race who are
votaries of Terpsichore were allowed to
"trip tbe fantist c toe" to their nsari s
content. Your correspondent was in
formed that a lady from Arkansas City
was goln to sddresa the crowd in the
interest of Mr. Ross, who opposes Mr.
Warfield for Sheriff. To my disap
pointment, however, this proved
a mistake, and tne lair
politician did not appear upon the
stump. As I write the peaceful shades
ol Laconia resound with the notes of
fife and drum and continuous cheer-
in a from the Warfield torchlight pro
cession. Yes. about 8 o'clock p.m. the
large procession of negro and white
voters formed in front of Blackburn's
store, and lighted by Chinese lanterns
commenced the march which, they
say, shall only end when next Mon
day they elect Waiflold and the rest
of their ticket. Nor are the males the
only ones exorcised in this matter; for
standing at the front Rate of one of
our reaidences I noticed an assembly
of as aweet and intelligent faces as ever
cheered a candidate in any land ; and
as the lanterns waved above those
lovely heads I almost wished
that I, too, was a candidate
for some office, even if it
was only for matrimony. But the
thought struck me that no wimarrud
man would ever get such zealous sup
port from these fair citizens, and I
skipped off here to hold communion
with you. There is no doubt that the
election for county ollicers to be held
Monday will be nioBt warmly con
tested, but it is to be hoped that no
blood will be shed.
The health of this section is compar
atively good. There are some cases ol
chills, with one or two cases of hem
Our merchants are preparing for
tbeir fall stocks, and our public school
wi I open next Monday.
Will report again nt-xt week. L.
Tbe Praise of Noaodont,
Like the famnna article itae't, is in
almost everybody s mouth, ihe peO'
pie know that it preserves as well as
be-ut fies the teoi h. Hence it is the
standard Tooth Wash ol the period,
DISC0TERT OF A CONSPIRACY
TO ROB AND
Blow Up aNltro Gljcerlse Magazine
Hear Bradford, Pa. A Clever
Bnadfobd, Pa., September 6.
About two weeks sgo the authorities
luckily stumbled into the discovery of
a conspiracy that for reckless audacity
has few parallels. It was an attempt
toiob Spence i Dennis'a glyceriue
magazine, located in a wooded ravine
one mile north of this city. The in
tention was to work the combination
lock if possible, but failing in this to
wedge off the doors, which could be
done in two or three hour, pour the
glycerine from the cans in which it is
kept Into barrels provided for the pur
pose, cart it away to a safe distance
with the aid of a rig procured at Smith
port, twenty-five miles distant, so as
not to excite suspicion and blow up
the magazine with a small quantity of
the exploeive left behind for the pnr-
Eose. Naturally, tbe owners would
elieve themselves tbe victims of a
legitimate accident, not of crime, and
would never suspect that the bu k of
their glycerine was being carted to
Batavia, in the Allegheny, N.
Y., oil fields, . there to be
told openly to well owners
for torpedoing purposes and the pro
ceeds divided between four successful
scoundrels. Having gained informa
tion of the plot, Spence A Dennis put
a watch on the movements of the con
spirators and remained in the woods
several nights to protect their proper
ty. Several dates were agreed opon
for carrying out the plan, but for some
reason ft was each time delayed and
in the meantime one of tbe would be
thieves lost his nerve, which brought
about another postponement. Rather
than take farther chances the police
have decided to wait no longer, and
the parties implioatrd will bs arrested
forjrconsplracy. The magazine and
contents were valued at $30,000, bat
the woald be thieves could have real
ized only a small portion of this sum
had their scheme not miscarried.
We Caution All Against Them.
. The unprecedented success and merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a real enre for
catarrh, hay fever and cold in the
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to place catarrh medicines bearing
some resemblance In appearance, style
or name upon the market, in order to
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Rensat tonal incident.
Pittsburg. Pa.. September 6.--A
sensational and probably fatal acci
dent occurred about 10 o'clock last
night, Officer George Woods and a
man named Edward Hennig, whom
he was arresting, fell over a cliff to
Locust street, and both are notex
peoted to survive the injuries they re
ceived. Hannig had engaged in a
street quarrel and when too officers
arrived took to his neeis. w ooas gave
chase and finally drew his revolver
snd shot at tbe lugitive, tne oaii tax
ing effect in Hennig'a left arm. They
were then not lar apart, ana wnen
Hennlir felt the ball enter his flesh he
stopped and stood at bay just on the
brink of the precipice fifty feet below.
It was the work of an instant. They
clinched, a short tussle and suddenly
both men disappeared. When other
officers arrived no one was in sight.
but a faint crv from over the elm at
tracted their attention. Looking down
the two men were seen stretched mo
tionless at the bottom of the cat
Woods was unconscious and both men
were terribly injured. They were car
ried to the police station and after
wards removed to s hospital, where
they are now lying. Hennig is resting
eader tonight hut Woods is suffering
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Trmm IVwn.t.m In KmimU. mnA InAm.
L.m KluuiinAtjnii. vrlth the verv beet raeoluL
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
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front ana union streets, ssuming an nauiiiu,,.
E. W. CH0WKLL.
H. H. MAURY.
suooessors a continuation of the liberal patron-
E. W. CR0WELL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
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