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WEDNESDAY, t I MiPT. 22, 1HH
DEMOCIMTIC TIC KET.
EOBERT L. TATLOK, of Washington.
JAMES I'll ELAN, of Shelby.
THE FISBle DISPUTE WILL
The fishery qaeition has assumed a
new aspect, owing to tie seizure in
Ahska of Canadian fishing beats ty
tbe United State. This action causes
Canadian interest to be involved at
well as lhcs of the United Sla'es
One prominent matter in dispute is as
to tbe const ruction to be given to th
proviiion in the treaty between Eng
land and tbe United States that for
bids fcre'gDers fishing ulthln three
miles of tbe coast Tbe English con
tnd, or rather ths Canadian Govern
tnent, tbat the distance mait be mi at
tired from headland t j headland. Thin
cuts off, fcr instance, tbe Bar (If
Chalenrs, which is twenty n iYa ii!e
at tbe entrance. The United Stale?,
contend tbat tbe three miles
is (imply tbat distance fiom tbt
fhcre at any plat. Tee Canadiun
construct'on would eic'ude Canadian-,
by tlmir own iuIp, from falling within
Bebriri; Saa. Now both cnntestnnts
rave common intereu'B at Ktiike, we
may rely opnn a nuilunl settlement
being made that sLa'l guard tbe inter
rats of both parties. The Canadians
re diigOHted that tbfir own pol'cy
should he tnrned egainst thr-ra, tut it
isajast rebuke for tlreir own arbi
TAkiirr vn. fkk traog.
The evils, irregularities and Injus
tice of to tariff as it at present a'anila
In continually provoking camplaiU
and denunciation. The Demoora's of
Minnesota lost week formally and de
cisively expressed thsraselvos upon
tbe subject as follows: "There should
be a thorough and coinplut tariff re
form. The depressed ccnditlon of oar
agricultural and manufacturing indus
tries imperatively demands tbat they
should no longer pay tribut s to mo
nopolists of the Ea-t. Tire to ds of tbe
laborer and mechanic, the raw mate
rials of tbe manufacturer, the imple
ment! of tbe farmer should not be ex.
excluded from oar markets or en
hanced in price by taxes imposud for
tho profit of V'otected millionaires.
We are in favor of a revision of tbe
present unequal and unjust tariff and
its adjustment t- a revenue basis."
"There should be a thorough and
compita tariff reform," and tbat re
form the round Democracy is inebt
Ini unnn Tlia T?rt imi ! i' n nra
etfATriapI.rjrjqjHce tbe impression
that Democrats at' 4o.ee desire to
abolish tbe tirifl and cast tllo trade of
the country into tbe chaos that wotrid.
... iohoweq convulsive a onanse, it is
. one thing for country unembarrassed
by trade questions to decide wbo'.hsr
It will adopt the Irae trade or the pro
tection system, and another for a
country having heavy interests in
volved in one of tbe two systems. In
' the latier case sodded changes would
produce embarrassment, and the aban
donment of the one-system and the
introduction of tbe othor would have
to be a gradual process. Only by such
graduil process could bublnnsi men
have opportunity to adapt tbetr,bust
nesi methods to the comiarg change.
Hat this necessity -does not invo.ve
a' so trie nec)BtlVy of submitting to the
continuance of intricacy, want of har
xaoty, and absolute injustice that dis
" graces the present tariff d the United
titatew, damages the business la
terejis of tbe count y, and sweeps
American merchant ships from
tbe sea. "A thorough aud
comple e tariff reform" is
what ti. is country must have. "The
tools ol the laborer and mechanic, tbe
raw materials of tbe manufacturer
and the implements of tbe farmer"
shou d iiot be tax d as ara the laces,
jewe's and wines of tbe luxurious.
The peop e's eyes are openlrgto tbe
wrong hat are emtod ed in our pret
enttaiiir, and they will be rcct fl d if
public oi'iuioQ hai any force. Buch
things as compelling our c ott in fcruw-
. rs ti j tr.bu e, every time tbey buy
a c tton tie, to build up tbe fortune cf
an K a v em millionaire, ire ouisances
and wrongs, and must be abolished.
I! I I
' It is luif oesible to build a burg'ar-
rno'f Bi.fe. With c owbars, drll's
jimmies aud dynamite tbe tu gUr
soon reaches his swag. It B'eius
equal y impossible for a rich mm to
nam a will wbich poor kin cannot
inva'ia'r. Samuel J. Tildou, a Brent
lawjer Inm3e'f, spent much time and
thorgh'. in preparing a will which he
ar.d th- public regtrind as impervious
to the as suits of the family burglars
' tint he knew wore prepninit their
crowb rs, drills and jimmies to yrir.e
into hi plethoric eotl)r. In the hope
of frightening tbe leyatses intoa'joct
eubmieiion to his bf (Hunts he made a
piovini n that anyone who attempted
to dm ur 1 bit will should bo deprived
cf ai y of t benefit. But itsocms
bis poor k'n are not to lift frightened
by such (Vufuro fnlmrn. Tho ablest
laiy rsiJ New York are cf the opinion
that t!' disqualifying elarse amounts
ti nothing, as no man can bo kept out
of )im rights for trying to gt
what he thinks is bis by
r'ght. Tib'en's two nephews, (.iioige
atd Fam Tilden, sy "Ibat
in 1H71) tbo Tilden Company was om
prsl o' tbe Governor's brothers
Henry A. and Mrses Y. They were
in drl t s'ms ISOO.OOO. llankrnp'cy
uUred rhem in tbe fVcp. Tbey conld
not an on. Here the Governor stepp' d
in. He 'od Henry's bys 6am atd
Jeorge 'o take the business In their
i own ptnt, ind he would ess them
through. This was his own pr.poei-
t;cn, mind you. By bis promises he
induced these boys to shoulder the
big debt Otherwise they never could
have thought of tuch a thing. Well,
by indorsement and one way or an
other the debt was reduced to about
$250,000, and tbat is where it is cow.
Of course the boys thought that when
the Governor died he would, t y his
will, lift thtm out of the hole in
which, by his protuiees, he had put
them. Now look at tbe re suit. His will
proyides for tbe dii charge of $33,000 in
notes keld by the 1 bird National Bank
cf New York, $10,000 in notes dis
counted by tbe Governor for the Kin
derhook Bankaud tbe $10,000 note held
by Mrs Pierson, money boi rowed by
the Governor's own father. There is
tbe proviso, that a debt of $300,000,
which tbe Governor claimed Henry
A. and Moses Y. owed him, should
be eancelled whenever ths boys
should 10 request in writing of the
trustees, Messrs. Bigelow, Green snd
Pm tb. Now this debt was always
disputed by Henry A., the boys'
father. Be avowed that it was not
correct, and that he would never pay
it. It was accumulated interest on
t.ansictions between the Govemor
and his two brctbers rnd their father
in years lack. The boys knew noth
ing of it." The will will no doubt be
contested, and in view of tbe larg
amount involved the contest will be
bt'er and involve many scandals.
Itascrrn tlitt the wills of dead men
are a mers lopecf eand. Judging frcm
fie frequency with which they are
brc ken, a man has no r'ght to dispose
of his prrpcrly by wll'. Fir eeveral
yearn past contests of wills have be
come so general that it Is almost ex
pected, when a lich man dies
making a will at all cut of tbe
ordinary, that tbe unremembend
relatives and friends will forthwith at
tempt to break it down. These con
tents have generally been accompanied
by the paraditg before the public of
family eecrets, tbe disclcsing of private
troubles snd the proclamation to tbe
world of tbiogs wbich always ought to
have been kept srcr.t. Kvery act and
every word of ths deceased tes'alor is
dragged into court and construed in
nuh a way as is expecled to becefl'.
the parties in tbe case. No more dit
RiistiDg cxhiblthns have been made
before the courts than those drawn
out by tuch contssts, and though
the number of wills actually broken
has been comparatively sir all, yet
it is a fact tbat in many instances
cjmpromfs'.s bave been made
where there wai evidently no lejal
necesiity, simply to avoid the public
ity and scandal which tnut have en
sued had the run' era tiken the due
course of law. For uoately, there is
now a revulsion against such proceed
ings ; but In a wi !er s ipsa than it wis
first intended, the exprees'on tbat a
man is his own best executor has a
world of nvaiing. Contesting wil's,
especially where tbe estate is large, Is
a favorite bnsimss with lawyers; but
to destroy them is an invasion of pub
lio policy and private rights.
COL. H. M. RBILT.
In every part of the S ate tbe people
are forcing ths nomination of tbe best
men an candidates for the Slate Legis
lature. In nearly every county the
s rongest and best men bave been se
lected for.bolh, branches, and tbe indi
catie na are that tbe next session of tho
3 a'e Legislature will be a body of
unusual ability. She'by county will
keep abreast of ether counties. The
Democracy can make no mistake in
nominating two cf the avowed as
pirants for the Senate. Good men
have bsen surifeated br the House of
Representatives, aud among the num
ber tbe nams of Col. II. M. Nee'y
lies been prominently mentioned. 11?
Is a man of great publ'c spirit and pop
ularity, and would make a useful i nd
lr il iential member. He has personal
and moral courage, and he will Btand
like a crag in advocating the right and
opposing tho wrong. Col. Neely is a
sound Democrat, and extensively and
favoribly known. He would give
btrerg h to the ticket. He has great
abilities. His judgment and instincts
in business are unerring and be would
carry into the Legislature thrso h'gb
qualifications and make a diligent and
Intelligent member. With him public
(lll.e would be a public truat, aud
there is no nun in Bhelby county
who would make a more efflcleit
member of the State Legislature than
II. M. Nee-lr.
POITAL llaNKS AID ANARCH T.
Nothing is interesting the public
mind just now more thsn a desire to
eettle the labor queetion and to ex
tinguish anarchism. Tbe mere stake
the citizen has In the protection cf the
law the more ho ill tuftsin the law.
Were Cougr.ss to esabllnh prstal
banks, wbich are doing immense good
m England and Canada, and which
were earnestly pbad for at the late an
nual meeting of the American Soiial
Science Association, br.nVs where the
abirer'a money wou'd be safa from
speculating bank presidents and fes
tive bank cathier?, a vast number of
them would Lava tbe wactad strike iu
the general interests of tbe com
munity. They would havo tome-
tlung to lose by tumult and
disorder, aud something to gain
by the protoition of law. Put-
tiriL' Slide tho lnh'fn nf thrift ami
ectnomy such banks would foster
among the working people, tbo ad
vtntages pottil banks would be to tbe
mala'enanco of public order, and
their effect In detsriicg from tbe
atroc t'es of ths anaracbiets, regard f jr
their tracqniliting aud peaceful effect
eliou.d induce Congrees to establish
them at tbe earliest opportunity.
Never were tbelr bene tidal effects re
quired in tbe United States as they
Lundborg'a perfume, Marchal Kilt
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL---WEDNESDAY,
the ekl.311 coam
DEBA1E OX THE PAUNELL LA'D
The Bill Finally Lost By a Vote of
2!)7 to 202-Prer?s Com
ments. London, September 21. Lord Ran
dolph Churchrl, in tbe' Houss of
Commons tors afternoon, replying to
questions, said that in the event of
troubles arising in Bulgaria, which he
did net eptrehend, however, the
British Goverr ment would act cons i
tutionally and advise tbe Crown to
act aa in their position would be best
calculated to protect tbe interests of
Mr. John Morley resumed tbe de
bate on tbe sec nd nadir g of the
Parnell land bill. He thought, he
said, ihat Mr. Parnell in bis speech
last night tied proved his case in
regard to tbe fall in prices ol Ir'sb
farm prodnc's. Mr. Morley contended
tha the bill provided better machin
ery and a belter method of
answering tte governmett's own ques
tion as to tbe necessity cf relieving
tbe Ir sir tenantry in some f rm tt an
tho appointment ol any royal commis
(ion. He also believed tbat the land
lords cf Ireland, aud not for the first
time in their bis ory, were making a
grievous mist k in a lowing the bill
to be lejec ed. Iii-h cheers
Sir Michael Ilieks-tieacb, Co ef S:C
retary for Ireland, etated tbat tbe gov
ernment cotnmistion to ioq'iire uno
tbo working of tbela d net of 1881
would cotiMHtt-f Eari C -wper, chair
man; Farl Milltown, Hir JmB Cucid,
Judge O'llagan ana Gorge Folitrell.
Mr. Morley, continuing, said he le
gretted Math. wain bis liret speech
had not cli'dred hopes of lonciliation
It is general y admitted there has
b en a heavy fall In prices since judi
cial ren s wera fixed. Tt.e mm pro
buyuli, inabi ity t ) pay- rent, duvoUed
opou traanta. K ttie proposed deposit
ol fifty per cer.t. is 101 small, the gov
ernment cou'd propose t raise he
amount in Oinruittee. Cheeis. If
it te true ihat the inability of tuLants
ii due to exc Siive use of whisky
or eubicript ons to tbe League, it will
lu easy to icser. an amendment
requiring the tenant to show satisf c
tory cause of hii inability to pa rent,
bad landlords to f i-ar if tbeir causa is
ju tV Obeois.- Tbe vicious land
system in Ireland prcven ed tenants
from reaping the fruit) of their Indue
try. He would vote for Parnell's bid
because he believed it would create a
smooth, calm interval between the
seesions and enable them ti consider
tbe Irish ques ion generally.
Mr. Cuapliu (Conservative) op
posed the bill. He taunted Gladstone
and Morley with again using the argu
ment of fear. The Parnell bill war
the mcst impudent proposal ever bud
miited to Parliament. It involved a
reduction cf 50 per cent, for an indef
inite period. Cheers.
Lord Hsrtington regretted tbat be
was unable to support Gladstone's
conclusions. He said he wis a little
doubtful whether tbe time bad arrived
for a fall inquiry into the agrariau
question in Iieiand, and tbe govern
ment was about to inttitute such in
qu ry. Yet, pending this investiga
tion, Glafltc-ne was piepared to taae
action on P.ruoll'a bill in a way whi. h
ouhy last August be (Gladnone) a
guei would be unfair. Cheeis. Ex
isting jud c al te tr were fixed junpg
a period ol pre at depression, and u
has net yt bsen proved tha-, land
courts fai ed to make due allowance
f r tbe state of th.ngs tbat has arisen
since tbat time. Parliament would
ii.cur greet responsibility if it n jetted
the g ivernmeoi' propo-als Jqr the
prestrva ion of order,, s erica act'on
would eroauriige. solialistic aud com-muni-.tic
ideas in the inter
est' of a certain claes of per
son. Cheer;. lbs late government,
be coutinuad, hta nut ventured t
sungest temporary relief me ieu es for
Ireland, lie whole action bad been
entirely opposed to the idea that judi
cial rents were not properly nxsd.
Lord Hartiogtoa fai'ed to s tbat any
Crse had been made out which wouid
j s ify interference with judicial rents
he hill did not deserve t e asrent of
the House. It offered a tcmptHiuu to
withbold I alt their rents and d barred
landlords fiom ths recovery of their
r (ihttul dues. It was witbout prece
dent and tot illy diesimilar to previous
bills wbicn embodied tbat bad prin ;i
ple. Hi uce 1880, ths poeitinn of the
tec ant had be eu enormously improved,
and hsnow posre sed every protection
againht e viit'on oi harsh action on the
p.rt of the landlo ds. Cheer-.
Sir Miebeel Hiiksbtaih taid h
thought there was a certain want of
reality about the discussion. He wai
puzzle-d to anount for the silence of
tbe Parnellites, and contended they
could not believe a case for the bill
hat been nude out. Did they think
the bill had any ebance of pawing?
He was afraid ths reason for their ac
tion was that the bill was simply a
measure to enable tbe separatist pa ty
to attack the government, who were
acting in accordance with all pre
vious declarations in declining to
consent to a second leading
of the bill. He dec ared (he bill, if
passed, would not be received in tbe
South and West of Ire'and as a tem
porary aesu e. It would perma
nently upset tbs settlement effected
by tbe land act of 1881. Nothing had
been raid about the fall of pri ces until
the rejection of the home rul bill.
Pi ices were r sing at tbe present mo
ment, t-tatiitice regarding evictiors
was no proof of the inability of tbe
tenant to pay rent. He bel ev d tbe
totl number if evictions in
KSS5 did not exceed three io 2000 ten
aute, and tlure wae no e cops f"r in
quiry into the whole matter. Upon
trie announcement of the result of tt.e
Koyal Commission's inquire the gov
ernment won d subtii-1 p-oposa s to
the Hous'. The po-it on of affairs in
Ireland ui'tihtbe such that the g ivern
ment might be obliged to rsk Parlia
ment to deal with the qui s ion
earder than usual. Che ers But
tae government would rot buy
peace. by doing injustice ty
blackmail. In conclusion, ne raid the
discusaii n on Paineli's prorvifals wai
an act of gross injus ice to Irish land
lords. Sir Wm. Vernon Harcourt said he
thought i he House and citiiitry would
net ce tbeaUrming tone of 'the de
fiance and menace w.th which the
Ch'ef Secietary for Irelaud em a ked
cn his mission ot peacs. Lord Hart
ington, continued the speaker, was
alone torwht, .ike the 1 at rose nf
summer. Laughter Where wire his
e ompsnioiia ? V hre was Chmnb rlain ?
The 11 meet ad heard one Birmingham
member (Matthew-). Wlere we-e
tbeohereix m uitxra? Laughter
nd cheors Upon lbs great and
ritical om sunn hat was ttie voii e of
B rminghaia? Why had he spoken
with enly one Toiw, and that through
the Tor Minhter? ebesrj and
counter cheers The Liberal
Union d:d not s een to be much
of a Liberal Union after all.
The Libttral party . would follow
its old policy and do wtut it
could to aveit the great dangers which
tbe policy of the government threat
ened. The bill was rejected by a vote of
297 to 202.
All the Gliton:ans supported tbe
Pamellitf s. Tbe Unionist) voted with
Deportation of Criminals.
LoNnore, September 21. Mr. Stan
hope, Colonial Secretary, ttated In the
House of Commocs today that France
bad offered t) cease deporting crimi
cals to the Sonto facitlc provided sb.e
were sl owed to annex the New He
brides Islaurlf. To this, b said, Au
etralia would not agree. There were
no negotiator's prcecd ng between
Eoaland and France, butEnglaud was
urging France ti abandon tha deporte
tion of criminals.
OpiMloaa of the Preaa.
London, September 21. The DaVy
Newt fears tbat Sir Michael Hicks
Beach's speech in the House of Com
mocs lan night portene's an early
summoning of Parliament to pa:i a
coercion bill. Far.iameat will be pr
Tbe Daily Telegraph th;nksthak to
compel the Mini ters to come to Par
liament for a new crimes act would at
present sil t the Pirne'litt'a book less
than tbat nf any other party in the
thief or tlie Iliireitu of Aalmal lo
iluairy hen I to Illinois.
Washington, Heplembcr 21 C.im
mieeioner Co'euan, of the Depait
ment of Agricu'lure, hps been noti
fied tbat pleuro pnumonii hai again
broken out in Illinois, nrd he has
lispsitcbert Dr. Sa'mor, Chief of the
Bureau of Animal Ioduetry, to Chi
cago, the seat of the disease, to exam
ine and report ti tbe department
whether it is really pleuro pteumocia.
If it is, the ComniiB-iiocer sajs he will
take tbs most deci ive measures the
law will permit to thorongr ly etamp
tt out. The Givorror f Illinois,
however, hes tot yet accepted the
conditions prop9;el by ths Cimm's
rinnerto theG iv.rnors of ths States
for tbe suppression of the disaaee, and
th s will be necwarv before govern
mental action can bs taken toward
stamping it out.
THE BOWMAN MURDER CASE. .
The bhtrlff of t:aal HI. Lonla Iblnka
Aflhbiiihnot the Han.
St. Louis, Mo., Ssotembsr 21.
Sheriff Rob quet, of Ea t St. Louie,
has received from Sheriff Taylor, of
Tipton county, Tenn , where Arthur
Anhbuthnot, ttie confessed murderer
nf thu late Er-VJayor Bowman, is con
fined, a letter urging him to make a
careful snd oomi lete review of tbe
prisoner's confession, and expressing
the opinion tbit Aitnbuthcot is really
the murderer. In vett Rations 1n East
tit Loui re'ative to him while there
show that ht was known to several
residents ,lthat plaee is a tongh
character, acrd their descriptions of
his personal . appearance tally euctly
with that given the prisoner at Cov
ington, Sheriff Kobiquet will demand
his return. toiEf t J-t. Louis.
. TlIEi; MIXe'dISASTER.
8is Bodies Dlicoerl In the dans;
wai The Search Continued.
New Yoak". SsotfTnbw 21. A epe
clsl to (he1 'Ift.iftortt.Scranton, Pa.,
says: At 11:30 o'clock today Super
intendent Mi hols and tire Boss
Prar.dlock wnit into the Maivi saft
and found the deal bedie of six 6'
tbe eight men wbi were imprisoned
in the mire by ths cave rn that oc
curred on Monday lar. The bodies
were found in the gangway, where the
mlesing men were eunpos-d to have
fathered when! hi fa 1 occurred. Tbey
were not crushed, and lay as if they
had gone to sleep. Decomposition
was far advanced. The entombed men
had evidently been suffocated cooa af
ter tbs accidact ocenned.
PARDONED BY THE GOVERNOR.
John W. Bettei, Who Rhtl a Bar.
keeper at Hot Springs.
tapaoiAL to tbs APpaiL.I
Little Rock, Ark., September 21.
Gov. Hughes today granted a full par
i'on to John W. Bettss, known as
"Saarg" Dolan, sent to the pini ci
liary here in 1883 from Gar'and
county, on a tn years' sentence, for
having killed Jon Letter, barkeeper, in
Hot Springs. - The petition was signed
by tbe Jud.e, jury and Prosecuting
Attorney before whom Dolan was
tried atd convicted, henidts some of
the best men of the SLts. "Sbang"
iswelkrown toala'gs number of
our people, all of whom will commend
ths jmtnett of tin pardon.
Louisville, Ky., September 21.
Thee fatal residents occurred here
this afternoon. Dan Callahan, a
laborer) bad a building stone to fall
and crush his bead; Wm. Amerling
was caught in a fly wheel of a cotton
facto y and torn to piwes before he
could be ralecsed, and Fred Meyer, a
farmer, was gared to death in a stable
by a bull. All three men died from
Balled for America.
Liverpool, September 21. Mr. Wl!
sm Binttt, tbe a tor, sailed today for
New York abord the City of Chester
Hii departure was prececded by a
banquet tende ed him by h a personal
friends and att nded bv a brilliant
company. The tosr-t to tbe press was
proposed by Mr. Carl Bora and re
sponded to in a mr st eloquent speech
hv Mr. K M. Puis fer, of the Bottou
Prompt Reform of Bodily Evils.
Tha prompt ratorm of thou bodily erila
Bfeokled dlaoition, incompleta analmlla
tlon, inaotivity of the llrer, kidnayi and
bladder, aiwelt of the nerrom tjiaptoma
which theie ailmenta ere eepeoially prone to
btret, ii alwava srcoroiiluhed brthen-eol
Hosleiter't Stomach Hitters, a n.edicine ac
credited br pbyaiciant, ronnunced pure ky
net)!?, and eminently whole.oine nnd
ixreeelile. Surely orb a rearora'ive i pre
ferable to unpelauble end indigestible uiin
eial drum and uniRnoiioned no.trumi. Tbe
nat on at lerre aaaureillv thinks so, judiiint
by the unprecedented demand tr the enisle
Iroiu Maine to tbe PariSc, a demand now
tupplemen'ed by immense orders for it re
reived from tropical America, Mexico, the
llritish and Spanish Colonial possessions,
and eisewhere. Both at home and abroad
It is recnt-nised ae a standard remedy and
preventive, the decisiveness of its efecta
reoominendins it everywhere.
Iht Kmrnt Wale at Labrador.
St. Johns, N. F., September 21.
Tbe rtcent gale on the Labrador and
Newfoundland coasts csused more
damage tt) property than waa at flrat
snoprsrd. On the northern coast o!
L b-a lor five Brit sh ichooneis were
lost. Fottoratele only three mon
were drowned. All these vessels were
fish le den. Hundr. ds of famishing
femilies are st present hurrying frcm
the sh. n into the minicg settlements
of Notrs Dame bay.
tSnbccrlbe for the "Appeal"
SEPTEMBER 22, 1886.
RIOmC Af BELFAST.
TWO POLICEMEN AND A 5UMBEK
Seriously Irjured, but as Far as
Known Xo Lives Lost Marriage
of Gen. Butterfleld.
Belfast, September 21. Desuliory
riot, accompanied by firing, continued
throughout the city dariDg all of last
night. Two policemen we:e severely
wounded and a cumber of ci'izsos
wete tinjured. How many cf tbe lat
ter wero hurt is not officially known,
bectUBS their friends carried many ot
them away before ths eu'.r.orities
could secure them torbofpi al mat
men. Twenty arrests were made dur
iue tbs night.
The Catholics evince a more bitter
spirit agrinat the police aod soldiers.
Tbe appearance of a eirgl cons:aole
fn one of the troubled dis'-ricta lest
night was greeted with a volley of
stones Tt e aipect of efljirs t i s
morning is threatening and more fight
ing is expect-d.
1 P. M. Rio ing was raeumed at
dinner time at the junction r f Ni r b
uoiberland street aod the Falls
road by the Catholic mill band ston
ing tbe police on duty to keep the
O ange Queen? Island ship yardmen
from coming in c nttct with mill
bands. Tbe sttnicg was to heavy
and ekillful tbat toe polio bad to
retreat as far as Shu.ks Uill. Here
they WHie ieinf ircfd, and tbey diove
tbo mob b.ck, cap'.uring a number en
While this ba'tle w ai going on an
other mob in a different locality tt
tacked with stones thu Blsca AVatch
rg'metit of Welshmen, althcugh the
soldieri were inl y a mtd aud in
fi.htirg array. The tronps. with fixed
bayonets, cuaiged in uouble quick
time on the moo snd drove them from
the scene, wounding a great number
of the riote'S and srreetir g two.
Still am the r mob got into a fight in
a tram car stab e, aud, turging oui
into the street, threw a pas-log fnr
from thu tra; k snd overturted it The
car was at the time filed with
passengers. The mob that over
turned this ear evidently .bad
not intended to do it. They were
fighting a purely a religious fight, hut
the lrcdity waa inf. s ed with rowdier,
drawn thither by the riot, and when
these loiterer saw tbe cir upside down,
aud fi led with people, tbey fusilladed
it with ttones. The terror stricken
pa-'sengera crowded elesi under tbe
teste and under oie another, and
shie'ded themselves is best they could
wiih the floor mats and seat cuehions.
Several were hurt. Tbeir situ a ion
was dreadiul until tbe military rescued
and eec rted them to a place of aafety.
The funeral cortege of a man named
Boyle, while returnrrg from the ceme
tery today, was at' acted by a mob,
who a sfliled ths mourners with
store'. The mil iary char ed on tbe
mob and arr sted a score of rio'ers. In
the melee the cdonel in command ot
the troops was badly hurt. At mid
night the city was quiet.
Ibe Auslro-Gcrman Alliance.
Vienna, September 21. The Neu
Free Pieu t a) s that the Austro Ger
man alliance has been much over
rated, and tout it is unable to prevent
Russia fiom injuring Auttrian in
terests. A German Gunboat Attacks tha Na
tives of the Hem Hebrides.
LoMDOtf, Seit mbttr 21 The Aus
tralian mail brimts news of a conflict
between the Germ in gunboH Alha
trrss and the natives ol tbe New Htb
ridrs. It appi ars that tbe Alhatrcsi
rpened fire on the natives in revenue
for the murdtr of K'ein and Cullen.
Twenty were kiled and many
wounded. The crew of the Albatross
then landed, whereupon the na ives
decamped to Pentecost Islaud, Wfere
the Upola's mate was murdered. . The
Germans punned them and opened
fire with Gatling guns, which did
terrible execution. Several villngfs
were burned by tbe Germans.
Latent Cholera Returns.
London, September 21. Since the
last report tne cholera returns from
Austria-Hungary sre: Trieste, 9 new
caste, 2 deatcs; Pes h, 11 new cas,
3 t eath. Sir ce the outbreak t f chol
era in Ps h J33 caeesaod 43 deaths
from the disease bave been reported in
Fined Firieen Hundred Harks.
Berlin, Septembe 21. HerrKrack
er, a member of the Reichstag, has
been fined 1500 marks for an infrac
tion of tbe anti-Ssei ilht law.
Tho Surgical Convention at Berlin.
Berlin, September 21. In the Poll
oeophical and Surgical Convention to
day Prof. Virchow paid a great tribu'e
to America, wbich was leceived with
much ariplatise. He (aid tat the
presence cf a large American delega
tion io tbe convention wes a source of
unbounded joy t their German col
leagues. The natural pbiloeopherdand
dec'ors of Germany and America had
for a long period worked shoulder to
shou'ddr, and he hoperl the god feel
ing would continue. . He fully expect
edthat a large German delegt:on
would attend tbe proposed Mtdical
Congrees in Washington if the com
mute of the American Jledical Asso
chv ion succeeded in smot thing over
the differences exit tirg in thet body.
General Bn tlei field Married at West
minster. London, S.ptemb-:r 21. Gen. Bu -terfield
ws married today to Mrs.
James at St. Marret's, Westminster.
Ihe Bi-hop of Bedf rd condncted tbe
eervicts, asisttd by Canon Farrar.
Mr. John Henry Pulston, membtr of
Parliament, aclel as mtster of cere
monies. Mary members of Parlia
ment aud ether d s inguiehed persons
were present at the weeding break
fast. Ths Oonte ds Paris teleg ached
hearty congratu'aiions and alnosent a
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