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Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 9, 1877, Syracuse, New York 211 Housi TWO ONLY Ocr 10 r N Y TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1877 OTr r n Hit at inn Military on tin in tho as TEE for tho wonderful Coal r F i on Th rn n r Towns Counties Oct f i M In JiU Court of Appeals day for October m iro no 180 iaa las iso 101 Democratic to for of will bu OQ The will occur on Saturday Important may bo looked for In mission ibo week ol the of ilio Including aev from tch special will Ira n brief ono TJio only that will bo to at- In tho President's w Earthquakes in Europe STORMS AND Doings of the Episcopal Con 1 vention THE ARGUS AND MB TWEED resident's j will bo That THE Four Thousand Check ACCOUNTED FOR i i YELLOW FEVER IN Oct lath ami AND MATIN HE UNION SQUARE COMPANY In THE F Ml fio A large of colored urged upon day morning tho appointment of Morris Chester of 01 minister to beria Tho Democratic County Committee organized on Saturday by tho appointment of S Crouae It Wright GOOBS g to k k I A TV 8 in the greatest variety ever seen jo this market We slight mistake tho of tho Third District Committee lu tbo Tho consists of George W Kennedy flurry Gray Jacob communication prepared by tlie Secretary of Stuto will recommend tbu creation of n commission represent Iho United States at Paris Exposition It in estimate 1 Hint an of will bu required to secure proper Tim mans shier tho action tho Stale Convention will be hold at Institute York city oii Wednesday and presided over by Judge Davis William Curtis tbo mi Tim work on thu Assembly Chamber is forward possible mil la thought thu roof will bo put on within There aro und thirty man at work and no Will miido In Ilio force Stale Iowa talto latin believed to bo perfectly for thu In Ohio Ihn Republicans aro vury but felt re- ticket The now has a United States for u full To this prize tho their tion I Thu Aurora at by J C Alvos do Lima is worthy of tho of manufacturers and mou leaking trade with Brazil It ia n neat publication ot twelve published iu contain cuts of tho latest American inventions much scientific und la ably edited and bns a targo in goods in markets can ilud 110 better medium of communication with that than tho Aurora Democrat Funeral of Uayloy Oct tho storm to persons to-day viewed tjio remains of tho late Archbishop Bayloy Preparations for tho funeral morrow are completed ami many prelates und priests from u have already arrived to lake part in the vices Among aro Cardinal key Archbishop Wood of Philadelphia and Archbishop Williams News SALT Oct in El Pans county Texas over tho satt bikes have been chronic Samuel of Kentucky claimed their ownership soino time ago and in a fight with Mexican dis- Ills party killed ono qf tho rhin was supposed to be tho end of tho dis- pute over tho salt lakes TUB The workmen Iho roof oyer of the Patent Tho rest of the work was to have vigorously pushed during tho night by the uid ql calcium lights but the heavy prevented it Canvas and oil cloths were however placed over tbo uncompleted nor and but little Oct Hoard of In- appointed by Secretary Schurz that tbu tiro iu tho Interior ment was not caused by incendiaries or combustion They find a iru was built of pine boards and a blower placed over the the room iu the Ninth street basement on Iho morning of the day tho lire and section of wooden grating covering n gutter on tho won set ou sparks or burning cinders which came the flue which It lay von United States cuttor Tho Episcopal Convention At tho of the second week of the Convention it Boston Monday the of order were amended to debate to fifteen i Ur of Florida offered that be opened for the re- lief of the from yellow fever Adopted made for tion of n from the Synod on Wednesday i Thompson presented papers reta- to the boundaries of the new of Wist and ed 1 upon the same subject Tho on Canone reported it wmi not expedient to change the from three years to months A resolution was and tabled that the resolution article 5 of tlie constitution the order of ilay f or Tuesday be rescinded and amended so tbat It will be recommitted to the Committee on Constitutional ments Air of Illinois presented order which won adopted referring the question of what changes are in legislation concerning the re-establishment of people into the Church to the Committee ou on Canooa reported that It was unnecessary retain the rule vice-president A resolution to effect was adopted Committee on Conons reported against shortening Senators Morton Ind Oct in to of Indiana some falni mode in to bis late to Gov Ha they always been but personally friendly o has no apology to offer his sickness return to Washington was in presence of the Secretary of the Navy and Dr Mr aflwred if Mr Morton was able to and found bis attendance on of the Seriate too Ins be should KM by pairing JK id and no raore titan the courtesies practiced foundation of tbo FIVE CENTS e has sailed for Thu last from that point per steamer from Fort aru j Oct Commissioner of the General Land bus from a of tbo de- 111 Minnesota that the tried under tho timber depredation lawn re- In a verdict for the government suits In- Minnesota aloue Illustrative of Ilio value of tho timber stolen It may bo stated that in three suiu lately brought In Colorado tho of tho depredators Is Prior to of those was ono case of the of worth each Two of and evening prayers There was a ily i in favor of of a dissolution of tho toral connection was referred A on divorce was also referred to tbo of canons A resolution the reports in relation to moraine and evening prayers was then considered Judge of Kentucky minority report Tli ia the Episcopal convention continued the tho of morning and evening prayers whenever the convention chose so H Becre of opposed lie thought the change if would the church in anv way deleterious to its best interest A shorter form of service was needed G of Maryland said the made for Ihc prayer book tbo prayer book was a an end and change needed Dr Atwater spoko in the strain of York also favored saying that present prayers were impracticable Dr Allen of Wisconsin the body to develop liturgy was the Episcopacy not tlie General Convention Dr of the was not needed in tlie far west in of missionary Dr of Central New the debute day aud will con- morning Ol Oct tho Episcopal of Missions thia evening the report of lue foreign committee visa rood Iho substance was represented by a resolution which accompanies It appointing a com saya the statement oC to tue reporter of tbc bave been Mia tho charge made propose to throw away my vote on account of Mr hope being also expressed regard It a duly to relieve myself of tho obligations of my pledge I bave he concludes into no obligation nnd taken no pledge that in the least degree in- full and Willful as Senator I may not lw able to with ibe bring to the task you you will not be in tbo Senate while I retain niy represent you The Fever lu Florida Fires AT BRIE BisiK Pa Oct livery stable wan burned with thirteen horses LOBS VT Oct street car works of J M Jones Co at Went Troy were damaged by lire to tho Insurance The wort of repairing will bo AT Oit evening in the ioie manufactory of nice corner of Broadway and street for will about cover OF TUB ol flunk w Oct new of yellow fever arc reported at nandina on Saturday Three deaths were Sunday five new cases Mid one death Dr Wolford who went to this city when medical asked is reported lying AT I Oa Oct yellow fever tit Port Hoyal Bince Tharo are forty-two coses in all and ono death bos occurred The Wur Oct from that It that a Convoy to defeated u cent to or them Oct A lort ays tbat to In- the ou tba Franco- Italion uo being hurriedly put In a of exiles and Bribed with now TUB VOID The under reserve that tho ambassador to tho Porto has been to declare the Turkish blockade or tho Black Bca ports insufficient and therefore com wMf St SS port J W I d Markets bjr i Failure of a Broker I Oct failure of W I of the Stock 18 grows out of Ilio of the Pioneer of winch is manager Young can lias been bonanza stocks bunk At u meeting ot the creditors bank this afternoon a of appointed to take sion of the bank and report to an adjourned of creditors the city say tho failure was nbt by them seems generally that its affairs huve been badly managed and the failure will disastrous awn NEW Oct H tt at cady rmm M from Kiu of MlllJ.H-1 l I K II tin Uu hU to Umt m nnd of October II n X J P Gilmore's Steam Hat Works born ift TOK M W tiet jc IK AJU K TOT Oct 8 e j Union Erlo 73.000 against Seizure of an NKW putra from Ilio West Indies brings i that tho baric of Now York was by the at Cuba September two of the reported contraband such as guna and ammunition aboard Tic marines Spanish were placed on her and the men held as cargo Is discharged witnesses until her i All the were present except Crouso Mayor in tbu presented for oil In ward damages for cult ing off a sower plank on worth avenue meeting wooden buildings on II and brick hv Howard to with tho Burner street petitions wore referred to the reported an list of ordinances Tho wiu with the ordinances and on in favor of n for covering tho race and a wan 1 OK t he state to do wort for paving on tho south side of wore received an Jolm SK W welcome Scow 00 A Cu ay N The contract was awarded to Tames at Ins for paving tlie gutters on C Labor THOV Oct The met boro this morning Tho of Now York Vicu Charles of New York Second J P Richard ot P H of Albany Secretary VLf of Troy P Ji Jackson of county Treasurer Sibley of Arms P J Cairoll of county A of tiro was appointed to confer with tho committee from the Greenback Convention Tho afternoon wai occupied in the ment to the constitution of ono ono and ono luyman to consider and recommend the beat method of discharging of tho of uomo The report postponed am the resolution tabled Tho twelfth annual report of the commia of the Mission I o It sets forth I heir labors at length It says the pecuniary obligations are all discharged and have a balance of in tho treasury aad that It would be Xmwiso tomako any radical changes administration of tho worlf unless thing more practical and much greater can in IU stead After some discussion the whole matter was laid upon tne table Ifon ofthe arid it was ordered printed tho now Bishop of Africa introduced and short address and was followed by Biehop Lay who spoke on the subject of support to thb branch of the labors Adjourned until Wednesday evening Argus und Tweed ALBANY Oct Arum of row will contain the I From the SBW York but iJ New January 111 National to tbo oC tho National Bank 6C four wu W AUr are invited to an early examination whilst the assortment is broken sop rows DEL W COAL EOG per Ton Ton ot city So 5 pt iii Im tin M Moro win O -i Wanted TO iw t it- In Uw A IK nr f m Co Tho report oC Chief Engineer of tho Fire was received dnd placed ou lie A II K Brown of wwi amounting to for work on Wont to boon by Mr Brown The hill wao referred to Aid mid City At- A adopted the salary of Superintendent ot m lu full of till K WM appointed of tho West per Pavid Fluid wan appointed of Uio and fifty were appropriated for UM improved mul of city A warrant for In ut Iho City to be to the for and contu A lor wu in of John O ill In put fur ton walk via on HID of unl A to pay for city ins rull Jost Only low for r The for holding and Mote aa Tut were taken f W to Oil vacancies io UM warily caused by death and removal from Iho wards John Clifford nnd of Uia tut ward D Bloom ibo of tlw John ol of tbo Second ward ot of aad Tho Council f ar OM A one o'clock thh it ou ry In Oct Tho public ot seats for tho Edwin Adams drew a crowd to the Academy of Music this afternoon Tho well and bidding extremely brisk W 1 began Iho by n abort of Its worthy object The first box wos knocked down to E A for Tony third to N B Abbey Jot flOO Ac At a mealing ot the Edwin benefit this it to pay tba to liU nife Mary to her own private property Tho total amount realized by of for tho Edwin Adams was B 0 Oct 8 Snails to day had a llou Woodruff bu five to tor a before the Legislature in 1873 WM held to ball to on tho fourth clay in October Maxwell Senator from Marlboro county In default of bail was bn a connected with of liw Printing Company of which Woodruff centre BU upon a memorandum which lie in New John died from the effect a blow with a stone thrown by on last TJio ww intoxicated and was beating hU when hU son interfered i AKD It UnU the of tho Into at u on hu will ia Alfred too York for with I I U a has below thv court to foe lav Uw wm ot iiy aim The form of above given la corroborative of the explanation which boS been already made to thu public in regard to it It drawn to the order of tho and not to tbo order of Co and riot to the of Mr the order of sey ns in obviously would aud drawn had H been intended that either was receive the proceeds of it But It was drawn to tho order the which cashed it here to enable tho drawer to obtain tho funds here and by transfer through Us medium from -I his Tenth National Bank In Tho was largo and is checks are presented from places by persons not known to or with it required a of the maker amVot in the endorsement of parties resident here and for the poses of these pur only the Win Daniel attorney was put on tho back ot tho check and the of it enabled to the money it mw as bankers will this was not needful to make from its directly to iho order of the bank t tint from IU form was the only endorser needed to procure and the of the was a the of aud AVo received tho from of tbo Commercial i BAKI I I 6 t An ol the thu bank the avails ot the check able to ot William M Tweed of January 1871 on the National CannUn Items KT Ont Oct heavy gale gave has swept Iho coast for the last eighteen houra Tho scow laden with tics struck pier thin breaking up Loss Ont Oct bark of Garden island loaded went ashore eastward of this harbor this evening Is running high and it is lo launch a boat from tho shore OTTAWA Oct has information that fho Com- satisfactorily a treaty with tlw of Ulack Feet on the Milk river tho neighborhood 1C For ami Hill AN Out Out ia felt for the schooner Capt Cook last with corn for a crew of live ratin hau not since bean heard of wbich left hero about time have made round been a southwest jalo all day i September say thai contraband nona on thu increasing to a extent Congress has authorised the government expend in the construction of a factory for breech-loading The has contracted worth of Remington arms t The collector fit Vora bos been of- lo remit monthly to tbu United bums on account ot the payment American debt is ing The Mexicans are out of with States Minister Foster liu could greatly Influence the early settlement Crimes OK Poster and Thomas two notorious 3 An Otat HIM i Do prat 137 n CTM Kick So 72 Central MMW Oct U of low Oct b for over oH very for Mr op yew tor mow i- I color nod kitten of oil tf tutu School M Oct 8 Um lil portion of a of union of 100 proportion ot were for uid trado d mid common to extra and to do to cholno wilw common to choice Kt Louli SjO arm bamb of ror nue for New York No li M toi for No 11 aim Ko 1 -1 for red 3 lo Ko I for No a and white for uid or No I Krit No at 74 nnd but without la of and t uu zr 1 to and i at for ico i wook demand and nnd At cood quiet': 30.006 41 for Nnw 00 Ko a white do No I at di ull ror crop anil were arrested with n number of Purls moulds and largo of counterfeit Quarters and trade dollars IX JAIL Mass October arrested for burglary hung himself in hia cell with a ropo made by tearing up pants Ho hailed from New York General Sews ad und f to Rood led tit ror for now for now Noir fooli KKO Th not wore ini waa tlian n for imply lo 1 DRY HOP YEAST Assignee's Notice At ID l w K STOVES ANO l Now nt cloning ot Mlu ot at i1 city do for Oct N movement Kvx In lli street held In thu street atRA Com ulin t 1 car So 1 mixed u can Np s do o oun at oc UU mm III tin more firm nt tbo and number of loC 10 c ftt Some four In hut HID Uio do not Much R Glim wurn mada IMI Kaur ivt OOc two lobi nt Ao oft at A of onn rom KEEP nv USINO Good PARLOR STOVE Till Delaware A CORKER i I auk lafte aad f or were credited to tbo or j or any customer of the betra asked 03 an act of and without bank took tbo customary pre- of a of the Identity oC and ou Wo been unable to find tuo traca of any other of his decks oa pawing through tit bank T will covet tho to the sound How Ql ttw Wm Canidy wu a of bank Tlw kept and neither nor any of us kept tank account In we may add Mr now cashier wu then tbo Oct The when Milca the la to tlw and it hi that Mi tea noi foroe to i 1 1 bity until arrive if he Itw IndboM CM defend position until to inter 3 pur OH nm Oct an wiU will mitt Yoiw Oct steamship has arrived from Liverpool TUB Oct skeleton unknown well dressed was frund In tho soren miles oast of here N J There ti quits All alone the river in relation to the bodies of those who lost their lives at t ho recent railroad toe for the re- covery of each Five bodies missi j T placed guards tonight over all their property exposed to arlain There has boon uo requisition yet upon the for protection A Ocu 0 Wheeler for ywn a well-known resident of district and member of good in tbs church fled or OB which he BOI and FOREIGN AND Ko 1 winter o da 00 doable on tiom at of red at Ko 1 club i Oo fcy u re r bolted unbolted at T awl feta com Mid SM to York la York u 40 lo reel barley 33.000 ryo 8 aad- coo Ko Dibar i of 7.900 Notice T TO MY J to me wll Kt or ray mint tall for I within DO dwn In my OKI bo of ud to Mr tt K I M District Centennial AKI COOK Hi A House Furnishing Goods AT GO Went TU OF AS ORDER OF ol Conntr of On- York mren to tlw ot town IL to to Uio la tbe town of U t to Uw of ben STOVES Parlor M tbo flathbone Sirtf Make Ac ol nil JOHN E LEADS ON BOHOM PRICES f an i i aa o tod it ll Mi Oct A urren wan hot Ike Oct Arrived cr Origin Roug Tok Sip choUn U bukta the by lef ite MM COM o J a of rb im- 11 otte IK H nr York to cm jt OK otto t line The loll and ol 1877 now SHODDY STATION In tho oi BOOTS and at 42 Bantu laid In a lurito stock ol A Ho 1 1 to and at over not to coine and examine my ot and Hoot for Men Women 1 lor HUHTS aud WNE JAMUN M Hurt Fine Booti I FROM THE STOCK The Globe One Price Boot aud Shoe Sim SOUTH STREET A CO k ESTATE NO 1 BANK BUILDING T City Pn and J Ml I- aW 34 SUM SUK BlOtt i I
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