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Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 5, 1877, Syracuse, New York 28 208 SYRACUSE IS Y FRIDAt MORNING OCTOBER 1877 Muniu or 1 n MII AM OCT JU Gil nu I NEW Kkt MR CHABLES PARSLOE All MI IV In f il nud ont Joint pro tl THK HINBB in A i is tiat I ilry n tt stale of Trade Hulea tho of Appeals Personals Dispatches HIM Common Council Hon N Totter Chosen Permanent Chairman He Makes a Speech in Extenso A BATCH OF rois TWO Oct 10 i it linn G In U on CrMi by 111 u r ml In Hi Military IH li nu I Um list It un linn ui wn UN THE foe tlw I li in I an for at A on THE will bo a i with If 1 W nnd fd nl P SON IION ARGAND PARLOR STOVE BERLIN COOK STOVE Brunswick wi M vi a M io amount Of of iho democrats hare con their ut Albany anil Without Into all tho minor It li to Miy that anil tbo nils of n now ticket bean ful in wo bo the case artel tho old mi with nt the bead and nl nt tbe toil boon completely and ig- soWul points tho makes it all tho grimter victory for tho Tho machinery of tap party WOT entirely in Iho of iho iid H wuyi n powerful of advantage so tut anil bin s il Oov nil hh to thu of tbo old ticket men Ifo u manifesto nud ro- tho ns organ of the lo tho proK nt und spared no or personal force old ticket on the rUnte tUo leadership of Miigono stopped ut nothing just or M their favorites tbo A Instance ot this my and tho of D n Hill ot to tho of temporary mun nbo was expected to up tlm committee in mieh u us lo Ihu old Helta Uio Jut the rebuked Committee anil Mr by Ihu appoint of u tho Committed mil of making up n Committee on of Mends of niw without hesitation admitted und excluded tho Antl mon in one sweep inkling voted to tho already Htl OUR of tho null mon On tlm of of Inking tha the committee ou nut of iho ot tho temporary presiding mill i r iff Mr of thiu city miido lliu und lulled Iho convention 80 tu wiro tho of u now ticket thu i Torts uf Mi Unit he hnd m prevent ug The Stock Anathemas Fulminated RESOLUTIONS Duly Tie a Putted on Buck The Hypocritical Rochester Convention Allou C Boach Nominated by a Vote of to 144 for retary of State Fifteenth Sylvester M Vim Sixteenth Samuel Hand Emerson Davis Eighteenth Jolin C Nineteenth Daniel Magona Twentieth Willlum Twenty-first 3 M Twenty-second Conslock Twenty-third Harvey y Bedell Twenty-fourth George H T Nyw sixth seventh William 3 George Vf Twenty W B Thirtieth Sands Colo V Shepherd Thirty N B II C TOT tOUll LOCK Mr West to the for nu opportunity of consultation among the moro tlian a hundred just to and moved u recess until four Carried i OE Infamy anil p iie murk ot l OUT qul ok or condonation ot ft for out- especially ami peculiarly upon the party of most nas the tho nation That tba thanks of all and lovarn of for their of tho most wd to thu people la all to appropriate money fop ot to llo UMil In or lies any portion of tho That tho national Him br Its of troni Bi uth ana from In- ternal ol stales lias fin that respect Uio vicious of tho Hi parly nnd tin by federal constitution nnd to ana It KOod citizens Democratic party of ft reaffirms tba rlo t lav J iimes for us for At- Horatio Seymour Jr for Oct Convention lit Mr of Now i tbe following 1 That Hie Democracy of Now York In Convention tit tho of our staler of New und tlie of that Suto on the of tho patriot and soldier den 13 Tho resolution was adopted by tbo Cob vi rising and giving UNI ilr from tbo committee on manent reported following fn t Preside N of 1 Godwin V tl Duff y Thomas A Thomas Hush L Jolo O B O C Jl 0 1 lam lohn H Ddj o 3 J U Andrews J McEnroe 1 B P Ij It II n Boyle W Smith Janies i Hi nir ft rat le of n i at Oofy nil t n l k unlit ot JOBBING AND TIN WORK E XT In our will It to our old 77 SOUTH SALINA ST MEDICAL H T CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT TJ C IT TJ Carmine Ink Wrappers and labels Owing to of anil 1 my WTH em which in futuri will lu OW dill not 11 cm from him for Lho of us n pointed to thu lively little wlm bus rattled lu that fur past two I Tho of iho ou croden und Iho of thu th of a now tick at lint tho Anti- men Sive up tho light lite second day feedings show that tho contest woo up until thu lust nsd not a point was yielded under and iho old ticket imd y men wont down with their colors nailed td tbo dov lmt caste with tlie by bis to tbo of -i faction Little favorite heue wm absolutely hooted from and the of and son vras with Kully and and shook In each I and turbulent atr wotu freciiioiit both in lliu lull and la tho corridor i ot thu and tho committee rooms bul they short ot actual assaults on each with bandying op- mid threatening In u word however thu victory of the now ticket hi aud tbo oa tho nro u matter ot llo to tho or tbo Tho In what they for and triumph lu Of be aro soro Tho trulu hud an nnd crowd and if tbe New city aru prudent lu their of ad- bo made out of tlm Democratic both for tho city and Wo hopu they will bo wise enough to lako ot tho Hail do something to tlie Republicans of the it ito to carry ticket Tbo convention wan to dav morning at 10.10 The but the a would not bo ro idy to for minutes Vr of inquired r would lie any objection lo by tha temporary tho on Mr of thought It maturo tu take liny action on those till 11 hundred contested lnu u boon decided nnd bo present At U word wus received fiom they wore tbe lust contestant would report in half un hour Mr Show of said ho understood a of tbo lout Legislature bus ho was unible to innko in body tho uf thu would liku to hoar Ho railed upon Mr to deliver one of these and Mr that iho of lust winter one of and robbery but and were ing compared with thu when Hayes made President ITo then Kan U Hi rney T J K 1 aalo II lili II William I J n I John U I I 1 Clone H Loo II I i J S B II e W oil Oa Henry r Win William doii William William It i H 1 rierson J waa agreed lo nud it lo conduct tho permanent to thu platform Upon the appearance ot Mr Poller he was ith ami to follows KBW A AT PER CENT OX In county and w 15 to city properly App Sept rlV AUar vf M K 13 GIVEN PUB want ta U a the Lawi of WO linof hi and of hi ao ol awl tkat kt and wtk ot Wi i hi W ol beta for Stale Senator by tho or thu D telnet The Court ot day tor Friday October 5th la na 97 157 10 Ul 103 143 170 A from Va Uf will Uo take hla in December but ver bo able to use or cano pf tho Now York Central and Lake Shore an ol fivo November ui upon tho pay or all reduced per ct.nU but and who less than 000 por who has been conaul at accepting un- til ho hRa mado some In Uio Ohio campaign whereupon tha Troy whether not sown like whipping tho dovil the in of tho civil vico order Ohio and Iowa hold State Ohio full State ticket and a which for ft of mix will bo to ro- tbu ainto judiciary aud to frae IOWH A other and detailed his experiences in thu Legislature and bin with tho member from On- known Old Salt Laughter At noon the Committee ou Contented Scats entered the hall Us chairman in tdo ruport In favor of seating tbo from Albany tho delegation from Now York in favor oi excluding tho delegation f rota Now York nnd in favor of tho delegates from Orleans who were ds regular by tho of the State no contesting credentials from having been presented with nay turo attached also iu favor of tho Murphy or regular delegates from Mr West Bald the Investigation was at- tended with They to do and not in its action Tho delegations admitted from Now Tork and Kings wore reported us regularly elected delegates The entire regular gation of Tammany WUB admitted the con- test In the First and Second districts boon amicably Tho dele gallon from was admitted aa Mr offered an that thu delegates troin the first dls twenty-four ny i Mr west argued in favor of the adoption of tho report oa presented thu previous question Mr Brooks moved none of the con touting delegations voto until tho report had been adopted as tho whole previous tion ordered TUo Chair stated that tho question waj first upon Mr Brooks amendment Tbo voto resulted yons 109 IU The Brooks proviso was adopted Mr Peckham said bo regarded this as n test voto nnd he nud those he represented to no further opposition to the evident will of tho Convention Ho therefore withdrew bis motion mado Tho Convention by unanimous proceeded to take a voto on adopting thu report and it wan adopted by u OKI mat voto with few dissents Mr a list of tho Tammany delegation Mr Fallon of Now York attempted to Chair but waa ruled out of order w ho could not answer whether uo bad been admitted M a delegate by thu Committee on Seats of York and was applause He presented a petition from the liquor of the State Mid a resolution for reference also tho platform which had been handed him and which asked be referred Mr McQuade moved on wd portnanent organization be by tin Mr ot Niagara moved nu that tbe on permanent or of owi from from delegates thereof and that tbe oa resolutions to whom nil resolutions bo Deferred be lu a and that this con- take a of to Mr of favored Mr He tbo convention would the duty of tho id tbo hands of MIU Chair Mr amendment was adopted wben Mr announced that ho and tho resolution as moved by Mr was adopted 11 ou tor honor you do mo lit mo to your iho honorable ilia difficult nml duty of presiding over your in tu tho croat boon nnd popular mont In M eluding from moti the hnd for to pro oi by to ot Ita duty oC to A com tt If AH iho minority thus wrongfully adopted A course at onco mid VV haUjvor been him whet liar and lofty or selfish an to for aud tho lie to only and im vro course Cor mm to und deeply iu I that In declaring him to and tho or to our from tho moth tv h result 1 tb u in of action now ho In la bo with justice anil with ILH 1 du tho tho toward tha Honth by HIM to tho Cincinnati Convention the Installed iw one disposed to deal and with the ot omi who pursue the i ruol policy of Hod that convention Detected ap their Bomo other oC prominent them wo haio un ready to repeat tho of Bur oil and with of ami we thus still continued throughout the South the saino the to control the colored vote the tame or the carpot bag the name effort to tho won erty of motion to which le tuut Now whether shall havo the right to govern or shall be kupt the oC and foil pral IH K Utat ought not to be Joft m any man's will nor to the occidental choice oC any convention ought to be Bottled by law and bo discretion and wo rony well bo thankful that IH to bo tt fallen into the Imods oE that it wisely and au Hr Hayes has done in thin regard we shall have our duty to to our children and to Rood until we dono our part to put an tmd to a condition of that Admits ot o tho of tio toward tha not self of man la but t that Ic tlm Cincinnati C ct Installed nn O at all that tho protect Ion of thu of all the against military aud under faced aud It beyond the Uon or violation or any man But tlm action oC the Uio Bouth is not only part of his liait been remarkable though men e dependent upon the support of fa throo of thu principal hardly equalled the of Federal hold BIH yet ho has declared that lor which hin contended uhall not be Whether 1C thla he really meant bin Win it may wail be doubted Already leading Republicans declare j to be Impracticable and to be In pure lio one put iret the ot In politics la wtd hu denounced nnd the convention of hla lii tho State of Uie FAT be It from me to of the action without respect from of from of thu Federal aro to any effort rid ot them ought to be aod for I say X heartily tho President and hut tu junt no far they utt and to Into effect the reform to which they mako But he hi inx from which thoy traced too whole ot cure for be and reformation a than a by but the It OM la No ono had of Morton or we have heard of te by the and If he m toh It will be purely a ud with never real civil tba net forth In platform adopted In 3974 and now endowed of thw rotors of or and tho only Under ho cur rency coin Steady Ho backward non- eft of the public debt In coin he of the publio faith reform ft Ko partnership with To limit antl mont thu few to public and arc justice to all men Ha no iwrtlnl taxation official no usa of public br bv tho nUtt by tlie In tlie people party In power all In ur In publio that labor may bo lightly burdened That we orp Opposed to tho of tlh for the of railroads or other Internal as of tho power aud pro corruption That wo Die nf this state that tha to which the I ft bo ring have for years at their failure thu which thorn thereby thoy have endured them for the most part or tho and we that It In through thu ot equal aud juul lawn of another a tho of to to thn of monopolies and the of and taxation that the laboring cla Men of the country with whom the Democratic nud In tod icon tly hi zed aru mainly to nnd und J id favor a uniform and hw for nnd protection or thQ i ot all by violation Tint more completo pro of thu by n and ot and other Institution In which thu money may bo and tho of lawn providing tain punishment aU or fraud the may bo or toat That of Uie majority In tho state during two of tho nnd moul ot the Constitution to tbo of of the In tho Senate Hnd tlie cantus la of duty In our nnd n blow nt the very root of government ventured upon by and It to the ot the right of representation that tho power IMI from lu at tho coming tho hypocritical of In tins of tho recent Contention Is upon lw facn a and It boldly for valuation ot tho law In InK that amount of population should hn oC rotten borough main to prevent a preponderance off the over uninhabited of tho lln Now York In their and In and to follow and to load in tho at our canals so in their construction on with pur puso and to tho oC departmental works nnd and In our tax i proof or devotion to thin work they point to Cm Its of tho Illustrious otf and The t of been baun in COPIES IM VK the law do in county unv und thoso who havn nnl political havo been Mr the following and It wou That tho to In tho maraer f oi tho various to bo at the la the order In tho election Thu thu first uomi would bo f or of State Mr of iu n strongly I 0 of Kings of- Jolm Bigelow NOMINATION FOR The chair annt uncoil tbo next tlon to be a ito for Comptroller Mr of Kew in u the uf Treo P Olcott for comptroller Mr of county nomination o Mr Olcott that it ho by Sir Parker of Albany Uio nation would thus and tho motion was amid great applause KOU 1 The announced tho next nomination bo that for Mr Whenton nominated James of imd his tions Sir Goodrich tbo namo of Charles N of also In a eulogistic speech Mr of Delaware nominated O Si Mr Beach of the of Emory of county Mr J S tlie tlon of Treasurer Mr Beobe the nomination of Mr M acker Tho convention than proceeded to mite a foi Treasurer After tho voto taken and before it was announced u largo number changed their voten to Mackin Mr Jones of asked consent to move that he nominated by which won atad Mr Maclan won hns nominated amid applause The Chair then announced that thu next would for Attorney Mr of Essex nominated B Waldo of and eulogized his qualifications Tor tha Mr of Ulster nominated lui of Ulster ana him Mr Parker of the nomination of Judge Mr Hand of Albany proposed tho re of Chi S und proceeded to tho ho had performed In of tho lie lua opponents consisted of who subject to prosecution nnd uhn nro being d Thene ho repeated his and ho if thin con- vention should to iny mch nents t BIr Covertt of pro sen ted tho of John J Armstrong of county terms of hiu Clinton of New n of Senator Lie said was uot a voier in Now or county who did not differ with with regard to his prosecution of the Tweed ring Mr of Clinton sanctioned the of Mr ani of him in iho terms Mr of the of 4 f of i Tho Hi u to nate u for Mr was named by S H by 15 i ho Chair cd the of Mr Mr Weed moved tu Mr nomination tl 1 Tho chair that tho IK noun nation wna Stale and Surveyor Mr West the immo of Jr of Om Great applause Mr that ho bo by but Ah Widespread and ing Results i A Khor Ti aiu Thrown and Making at Albany On 1 ruin thu in umr nt tern of trim me between and II o HIP norm wirt ITO ut 1 irt to Hie of iw Hide II K id i Oct MILI i hc Hudson all Increased in fury tonight At near mi i t t irn our and co icb of Hie b JO was tl rovin from Ilia track ISo unr win hurt nt M OTOK Oct lo the imd wings ul Ilic Of- Many nml are It is tint tho isln linn weakened Iho walls ol the burnt nor lion mm b of Hum must li in the i bj prove marly us 1 Lite im- IN i IMA Ort I lu mlu interfered with at bv out tunnel iu the leading An mil were thrown from UK ucur An inn n ti 1 tin bw bun WIT n Urn I nit n ow f i unit at UN H 1 1.01 11 hoi lul lt the I t n J r M nt re Umr f i l r i tiru umr troll I il I iri 1 1 u M U 1 imd i Cnu run Hour V M I AM I t U In r IV himn m ill Mini i oi n in ixt IMU nun t and ur ud with him No never real civil until tn Oct 4 appeal Ovo of the will bo A m by tlw Una IM tht that tka The man la to bo oat at power by shd aad I bl Influence or lixt called to order again at T M tho roll of al waa with e following Brooks Second Jacob J Third Bennett B Twelfth W Thornton A eo Seventeenth li Grant tin H Corty Joha S of aU appointments la tlM of local la wily tp antl of date for a of wlU than or nay aud IMI our fallta la In to From tbo of thlt It i IM i our fallta la In to It Prom of thlt the grax parti repiv party or limited and wd buto ond i by that awl tat law anall the pow feal or or with in lav M tho powers of aU klada ot aa It kaa baoi found at to of id to ba Uw itlM ha and w ave of Mi nud h who imd asking lio bo Riven a kind und respectful healing llo said ho the immo ot John it WAI to Hint lio lio In Ills It wtm duo lo Iho of reform ao curried for ward uo hy Samuel J and Uio to him by the people of the Llo warned the tlon ou front on the question ot U would be fully tantamount to suicide Ho said he a humble follower uf J In Ills robbery nud in of reform lie exclaimed Qod forbid that 1 cry out I know you not in Ms dny of Ho he hore m Ahe name of the Governor of tbo Suite ami the rOil President of tho United to nominate n of Samuel T now in Paris for tary ol State I Mi of B of nod of him In Rh terms Mi at Monroe seconded tlie lie in re- view of tho for the past four years And mud WHN now Invited to turn out tha man who bad led them up tbe golden inure of notary He mid t WM to Jolm to him after lio had tho Democratic Hr of Sulliran and referring to tilt having stood uel J na Governor and for the Pri H- not think he or WM about to be crucified Ho Cited fact that there WM ao precedent for tlic of state tha obligation of dkt not rot on the tion Referring to Alien 0 he euld Gov had name to the Senate lor Superintendent of the bank do Ho cloned by HKlWDg that ho would support the of Allen C Beach until the refused to nominate him Great Mr JM C Now York Bald it was tor any one lo mike Item la n Democratic convention that thlt Governor and that the at for a- If bear Uw glittering or tbe forcible of the Ircm Monroe hi will God save me from my and I 4 Oir Itr Brocks ot of tbti committee on permanent following which waa adopted T bat this to for mot u Mr chairman Ihu awl it the of Allen 0 BHeh and tha defeat ot John What wanted a real a In men welt M in Hr of that would be to the nomination nude by Ut Shaw lie felt boood to of John Mr at the of John Blidow Iff Went of wot spoke and laid any one totke safety ot party He Mr Kile Uw name of i Hilton of Albany Judge of oil the nimo of Horace Loomm of West The contention lo vote but belore fur Sir to Jlr Mon c Iho name of Hilton 10 voto for tha of beymour by Tir hu could not resist tho temptation find mm motion which curried with a Mr moved that i of five oe to inform tho just carried Hnd Brooka Witt Hand and committee STATJt The of tUo Stute Cell trul Committee weru i 1st district 2d J Id A Fowler 4th Francis Nolen nth Henry A 8th II Till n Jilu II Donnelly Ulh Smythe 10th Job i 12th O lath E II Evans Htl Beach L lUlh Daniel Manning 18th J W Pink Daniel Jr W Hull Vf dortlon II Crosby ar A M Henry well Lester H K K C O li Frank W Foreman iSd C It Caroy On motion of I In thanks of tho was tendered ti Clarkson N Potter fo the able li which ha presided On motion of Mr Went the State Commit tee was authorised to 11 vacancies m tlm committee and also o tbo ticket Throo cheers wore then given for th and the convent Ion adjourned Tho vote on look place stood Median 127 120 111 THE ALBANY Dot 11 State organized by electing Purtell of Monroe and Philip n of New Vork secretary TO Allen 0 tlm of and Augustus th for Attorney General woro sere at tho House to-night Sir Waach made an address that bo was In bearty sympathy with Robinson nud all tho l for reform I tbo i tito government JOHN spoke briefly the the great they had won at Albany to-day also rando by ind Col Follows Political An N I wrecked nnd are Vt y un engine nnd luggage inr ran Intn a anil lure Mr hearts with nil of Hie King oil lu 10 i calls u it lliu j I th n i V two V K JHT I It attM n Nl M Kill I nl Mutum V l til wn J VOl I I US m hy Tlic I The it were nuni lineal ut ilic il day On Hit i Van of the Niu o and slmll nf On caucus committee Dlx of nnd Mr Davis n N w York mi m ul new en Mr Republicans of tho 18th district nominated H of tnt Columbia county for Senator by acclamation Oct con for county nominated H McKatter to li A Waldo for and E O for district ney TDK a H i Oct Board foreign held a this ou wu as tha next of and Kev Dr of u the TJUt lit J Oct Mjr f of awt ed UK in farm of m of Albany oa laW lo Job the Kris off uw irack M Wort aod run into train No- body wu hurt BOAP AO Unt AGAIN Oci wood s coach MX parsons WM stopped by mils from fati Lumie who look from the box WM broken held I lu number ui d the following Murk 1 1 it il i Mill C 1 I I 1J Lam i Ion rt of Vu On ci of York On So of York On of Dr Ayrault of Central New 1 of Mow o York On Dr Cody York Mi srs ttr nf Atw York nml New On i Or G kvw Yon On v Dr Mr Onus New Ou Dr New i nrk On Dr Alb in v nun in at 111 Moment 4 1 xt 4111 l nt h OH Hilary with Hip lAbo Mioro I wm Ihl W 1 mil f I 11 Ml III aa I'm Ji IMI inn N I 1 i 1 itro tlm i U H i Wilt w r iir il tff W l Wl U a Kx N 1 111 Do prof A to 0014 d n t JOJ fi HI Hul t M Am Kip V f II u 1 111 L MO fi i s t N J jut f i i j A WWf A V A A HI 1 iK u K i I1 I Mnk MMW YOKK t tul unc t[ tal n H ab 11 n r nml null ij I in IT fat or v nt to f M io j f it JO strA to t ht hM 11 ix for K i 11 u i liii for m Itdurd Tlie fom il meeting the of WOH held Talbut of m i Dr was chosen Vi were laid on UK I lie iu thn evening by IT Tim tors Oct Tlm Cm In hero re lhat U was I he duty nf inch member lo the of tbu order vli and opposition nnd that any brother in of way employes bo d HIK Oct Tiie recent con made by Southern Pacific road by ft bridge over the river In direct lo orders Uio govern Adjutant General Aug gave the perni union to build tbo road Hie government reservation at Fort to n grant of tho right of way thereupon proceeded to met n bridge but tho Secretary of War f-i pt M tho permit until i milt Texas and was determined i he company obtained mission to continue work far its ry to preserve HIP bridge bul at midnight on Kith laid rail Not withstanding Dunn firm Port Yuma commanded the workmen to Boon after a train tho H U be the m will be nr ranged THE WAR t y OJ m H U and twnr l M mill ntn n U t Vl for r N i i el I a for ur No MM to NO Jor No I 1 n i Nt I -14 f il it u r I Voi it rivil I fm On No 7 Tor v J n mtv l i oi I duli No if AC in Ht Wi n r MAW dull ami lout 11 or MKl IN HAlCH in kii i H I JM ii fc N i for 41 Mm t unl rid dull i M wild nit U tUnt ami for i mil UK tt t d tt do i V SMI U for u i rojt tor ntt i lit forr HI or fiUr to no- ro d KfH u n ud f u v inr A JuU forerun Wo Jo d for lUc cw NHW Or foi al clow icr i t nl ft MUtA to nl H Oi I lone In to U oi ot Belli i Oct 4 Pasha an accoun of ilay 8 battle to boim ID lib from i ed General Tl o at- Ucki on am were On ths the threat by tbo They uu alter Uve hours icd the Kit Both sides malntatacfl U ibat tht low Jj The ww wounded wu f on bul no hare vet two were d U unfounded Jpo lo cilia s Uut Ur an vi tory lirt t J d toft jn r 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