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Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1884, Syracuse, New York STANDARD TEN PAGES SYRACUSE N Y WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 6 1834 TOTING FUNDS TO AID A US SHORE'S vf AT PAUPERS ONLY 1 HIS EYE of Alt Opinions to August opening session of the Congress of the Houses of Parliament which assembled at Versailles yesterday to undertake work of revising the constitution was exceedingly uproarious and broke up in great disorder After a stormy tumult to adopt the standing of the of was adopted then fhe to introduce the scheme of revision anil were at once their feet and protested that was nut uf order was that the Bureaus ought to be elected As Andrieux -ed the members a semi circle around him and a of wild excitement ensued The thereupon put his hat suspended tin silling The session throughout was violently uproarious The president was unable to tinier It is the government will be obliged o measures to The the amendments of the constitution to a and then Uno by the extreme left proposes the election of a constituent T he committee is composed of supporters of I le with M president Premier Kerry the committee to-morrow A Special patch to TIIK sixth annim convention of the Knights of the Ancien Order of Workmen began in this cil to-day was a large attendance com prising representatives of legions in New York Pennsylvania Jersey and Delaware A business meeting wit closed doors was held at 10 this morning At this meeting an address o welcome was deli vered bv Select Knight Wil Ham G The reports ofthe Grand Com Grand Treasurer am Grand Trustees read and referred lo t n committee The Grand report s i w eda present of The Treasurer advised that the bonds of tin Grand Recorder be increased and of grand to Thi the elected Grand G of i grand vice commander S H Smilh of City lieutenant commander of grand treasurer W J X grand recorder J of N V grand workman S Graves of Y To-morrow a competitive wil held at the Driving park for a silk crowds from out of town arriv to witness exhibition Ir will be preceded by a street parade in which all voting egions will participate The hotels of the are now all riti Gladstone Declares That England Must Protect Her Interests in for and Against Retaining Them in Office M PLEA FOR Commissioner Changes His Mind About the Passengers tho as it Sop Other London ill 1 Still tin the ALL ARE ALLOWED TO LAND Tho War and iho f Immigration and to Sail on the lo The steamship line to commissioners and the war an end this Tho steamship company had been to that unless i immigrant Closes who escaped from tile Home was found tin De von i a would given her clearance papers Saturday grave turn It was believed that important complications might ensue from her of the laws if she left the port without her papers The manager of Anchor Line was not willing risk anv in ofthe lie wrote an appeal lo the Secretary of the Treasury that determination to withhold s papers be reconsidered Meantime the arrived to-day from Glasgow with several hundred immigrants ami the commissioners out for another little the Anchor One or two ol the passengers were declared to be paupers and were forbidden lo land Then Anchor Line manager hung out his Mag of truce A consultation ensued and when it was ended Commissioner who had raised all this rumpus made another examination of and strange to siv there was not even one suspected pauper in whole lot Commissioner Stevenson said when le came that the Anchor line had agreed to carry back all persons brought by that line whom emigrant commissioners decided to class as paupers 1 1 is not believed the s clearance papers be withheld now r nit the war has ended There were immigrants on the arrived Of these were believed to be paupers and will back to Hamburg unless their friends guarantee to take care of them all of l le detained passengers have friends in tits country i t is not that more than a of them will be returned Mount 1111 Lawyer oil the the reivers iiro for the August Gladstone in I Hiving credit of to for on to Soudan in the Commons said the of the expedition was merely lu relieve General and nut to crush the It secure good government in the Soudan The evacuation of 1 la country was now out of question 1 was bound to protect Cordon Gladstone he tho members to rather on Iho than the exact figure which he anticipated that the ex would His intention to authority to redeem the made It was undesirable to cuter into details ai present objected vote as cod ho believed a would he to vote n i n The credit was agree 1 IT t The minority was of and a few No ivos were the number The secretary staled that would introduce next year a to education in Ireland which would deal with tin subject of school stared that the report if the American itl regarding the bombardment of Alexandria was nature atul wouM lie to Parliament chancellor of the is to on a special minion in with Egyptian lie is clothed wit i extensive powers A Foo Chow dispatch says the cay is juicier China has offered to payan of francs which the French has Twelve Chinese gunboats have been iti at Koo Chow Admiral is furious and has his utmost war The Tseng hail a conference with Granville and asked him tn join a mediation in the between K ranee and China but tin Karl of Granville refused at ordered increased taken to guard J le residents of China Granville is preparing a to the powers his to the proposals for tho government of and renew ng his declaration that lingland will withdraw of that is assured At the reform meeting at last night lohn said oi the blunders wars corruption of ages of our history They hail entered t 10 honor not through merir the sepulchres of their They were no better than their Some of them for Uleir had produced and arrogance The of the of Lords urgent and inevitable of new peers pass the franchise hi would only pet rid of tin present v The of the veto of the was the want Should the people submit or shou i they curb the nobles as their lathers had the kings of Joseph Chamberlain said that if the lords remained ultimate the would continue to the end fie looked forward with eager hope to the r uf ih agitation would never be to th pretentious of a Tile Iron August The ninth of fhe of iron and steel workers assembled morning with iwo hundred delivered the m of and advised education as the elevator of workmen President was of the same conservative tone At the of the the convention took no the routine business ami Hi tim res the convention will be advisability of establishing Mores A plan was adopted association and its success has attracted the attention tli iron workers throughout the Dispatch A motion for moval Houston and Horace as receivers of Xew Vork West re railroad company was argued in lay udge Daniels bv a re of the Attorney General and by tin counsel for holders of the company's bom s Attorney Post John I Ilii and F appeared for motion an I1 McLennan Charier J Alexander an Mr Stewart who ihc United appeared in opposition M r in the lo Attorney and maintained that by revised it was wilhin power of to make a motion for the r of receivers It linen shown that the compan v in which state materially interested in had become hopeless v insolvent and was in a condition to pav running Mr Houston was declared to be more llian any man responsible for the present condition of the road and upon basis i equity he should be removed from his us receiver lohn L Hill appeared on behalf i two bond holders who lo court that action bv the Slates Trust pany befor Judge was the n suit of collusion nn I that an and unsafe had been accomplished in th appointment receivers reason that me who held receivership were hostile to the ii of a bondholders Mr Houston was d clared to have been a willing instrument of per sons who have wrecked the franchise Peter 1 McLennan on behalf if thu receivers claim that Houston nor Mr ha done any wrong and that the motion iu ques ion not in the judicial dis but in Orange fount v where the receiver lie was followed bv Mi Alexander and Mr Stewart who received Hi facts contained in Warren am claimed as Mr hold four he could not make the a a bondholder summing up for the K Jt argued that the appointment of receivers had been made in an irregular manner tor the reason that it put the road into the bands of persons who had brought it to its present condition Judge Daniels took tho papers and reserved nn Its 1.1 August An erroneous of the condition of Catskill n was conveyed by dispatches from Kingston last night In lv lingers contractors commenced a suit against that company balance due them The company set up a counter claim of it excess nf claim That In March t applied to the general to to dissolve the on the s of insolvency lln April gave thu parties a hearing on decided that the action would be nn tlie ground for and that a No action has been cnn no nor receive appointed road is running trains as USUH lingers were the only applicants In foro the general bona fide of the road having refused to join with them i the so as lo August The In held a mas meeting tie night i'.very seal was from Ilic orchestra to the A large ion of was 1 and there were not a few Ulain who succeeded in themselves particularly prominent before the meeting was over Horace K and Car were the speakers Deming was interrupted by demonstrations whenever names of the candidates were mem on ed and belore he the uproar was so great that he could not lie heard went into the history of the Mulligan at considerable length audience at times thai he was obliged stop speaking for several minutes In conclusion spoke in eulogistic terms of the character 01 Governor Cleveland and said he was in way worthy of Discipline tlm In ot the jit investigating committee this morn ing continued its examination of Th testimony revealed dives of inl which the soldier is inveigled and some times murdered Many soldiers win rome tt become drunk and and aro arrested and removed to the home and Ihen McMahon sai t le universal complaints from soldiers to the harsh treatment under the rides They were treated as in a and should be treated as in a home The soldiers cqm of the strict discipline and list punishment They wanted a resident manager but present resident manager li vcc in Cincinnati ami the could not see him Tit IS A KAIS the Comer Sumo uf trie of NEW August A heavy rain prevented a large attendance at the laying of the corner stone of the pedestal to-day Boats were run at frequent intervals lo Island day carrying invited guests and others The work of getting corner stone in position was not finished until this morning The large base of the stone was covered with American and French tings shields and streamers Above Ibis large and French Mags The land was in attendance and paired se The guests began to assemble shortly alter one o'clock and an hour later the ceremonies began The programme was as follows nl HS Ills Train August and liis party arrived from Kingston on a train at o'clock this afternoon All along the route groups of summer boarders could be -11 waving bonnets and and were crowded about stations as tiie train Mew by AI crowds of people thronged depot and pressed about the em as lie passed across tbe platform As train passed Chichester Hags were displayed and cannon belched a saline The President appeared on platform and bowed in response to the salutations A reception was given the President on his arrival here The party will remain a for ST of the Thirteenth have nominated II Wade for Congress The of the First district have nominated W Ii Hatch for was for 1 le Republican and conventions lairman of the Mate committee of Labor has issued a to the organization informing them of the n umber of delegates each county is enl it led to in the state convention to lie held here n The circular says the convention be the in its anv ye t the parly In Members of and are to give their immediate M the selection of good and true men to Hie ofthe Suite or Vew Masonic by K W Ulil old bv French Minister 1 by Allen J by 1'olter Me August Ai the convention was for The alvo nominal mi Illicitly in u York NEW Samuel Galvin is was convicted to-day of deliberately arming and a in a street three limes wounding him dangerously At the trial Colonel Fellows the assistant district made an eloquent address in he attacked dime novel literature blood curdling dramas and Hie exhibitions of wild western so i were given in this wherein mounted cowboys and Indians si am battles He asserted that eiVect of such s lows was to in spectators a burning to injury for anil Killed August miles a mve John and his sou Jim waylaid and attacked James Kakes and his son Tom John struck James Lakes on Ihc with a stone knocking him down Jim shot James through the as he lay upon the ground killing him He T so Tom liakes a bad wound Him James sister a feud of several years standing inis existed b families At i n n i n e U evelaud o ij i 0 r hits Chicago s Al Indianapolis H Toledo 2 At Louisville 0 Cincinnati 1 up winners in races here were X Harry K Nat In t hiM race one was thrown in Mis horse also broke a leg t and yeon winners nt the races here August The winners lu s races were Priam Ciena lier and Trombone won the Ky August While wo negroes were quarrelling yesterday over the a third named Dean came out f i store and commenced tiring into the crowd The firing soon became Uor liu shots were discharged in two Ibnr bullets and is supposed to be mor-a ly A whire man Frank was wounded slightly Two negroes were i so Crooty Heroes Nl'.w August The medical inspect r Mi stall of Gen Governor's Island received from the board health to-day authorizing him to receive and reship Until burial places bodies of ihc lead heroes of the eleven in lumber The cause of death in Hie permits down in severe to thc ol Lieut be taken to Rochester X Y Sergt Israel's 10 Sergt A to Howard Ohio Private W Kills lo Clyde N V The Iran sit permits were Kansas Chicago Unions 7 s At St St Louis Unions 0 At Nationals At Kichmond 0 A of elphia M on tho si to TIIK PA An from reached here on the steamer at n this Tl ere were about three hundred people aboard Fully one hundred will remain here for a few ays The others returned this evening after a trip lo Alexandria Hay Nothing of importance occurred on ride down the river when Home Tnv Mrs Mary ll ion morning train between and Auburn to-day She went lo April for her health bul grew and had hoped to her home but was earned from her berth a corpse She was n icr year and esteemed in Auburn A N and Mr II jr of this with two nurses were with her at the death of Smashing a rime Charles II Vogt became angry with his wife while setting at dinner to-day lie dashed a plate down on the able so violently that a across room and cut his infant child in the neck the jugular vein Vogt held the edges ol thu wound together until medical aid obtained but the child is not to live Vogt locked up August States steamer Trenton with the Ionian embassy aboard has arrived at They were met a large number of Corean who went rom the Capitol to welcome The very to the Americans through whom as they expressed it had been to see the Fever at Chicago 111 August state veterinarian has a report tn the In relation to the appearance of Texas or fever at Chicago A post examination hekl three showed traces of fever The veterinarian that the infected districts be subjected to a schedule bv from now September All and companies should be from catt e into the state from scheduled ur the shipment is accompanied bv a clean ot health ami have not come from an belt of country within prior to shipment 11 Mountain Side N C August On the branch of the Western North Carolina railroad a material train while mountain broke loose from the and commenced going back nt a terrific ale All hands jumped off ex Conductor Wynn who tried to apply the brakes The rain ran on a trestle knocking it down and ansing a complete wreck Wynn went down the limbers and was brought so badly crushed that he died shortly afterward Supporters August The national ofthe Labor to-day condemning the action of Carsey Wolf and others claiming to represent the party n approving certain official acts Cleveland and declaring that these 10 such authority and recommending their sion from thu its the Correspondence ol STANDARD Democratic in is now considered safe Mr J who disappeared suddenly a few igo has returned Mo has been traveling t in ngh the west and south and it is suggested that he has been gelling points and will take the stump for and reform August o The Surrogate to-day i jointed a guardian for son of a entitle a wealthy grocer who died go Mrs Valentine became acquainted with r who acquired great ler She made him a of her house in last and it was feared tbe interests f young Valentine in the estate would be YOKK August The decided to have two matches t fall meeting this year One be Jen Sheridan skirmishers match from o 000 yards and tbe the junior match at 100 and yards seven hundred dollars will be given in this The Owner of the 1 suite Hotel August in the hotel have rendered a verdict in Prom th evidence we believe that unsafe for a longtime and that its condition was well-known to both the owners anil the lessee and that the owners should be responsible anU to that end we respectfully the attention of the district attorney to the matter for such legal proceedings as the ease demands The owners of the building are of the Supreme court of the District before whom was tried the from the August There were ten here ending at fl o'clock August The building by the Schmidt label and lithographic and A Bowen burned this timing The loss is about The company the largest lithographing nil on the coast is the chief loser anil laborers are out of cholera Tin last three have among returned fugitives There are under treatment hospitals About Uen August Humors are re- that Cer will succeed tates circuit Judge that first Hatton will succeed and lat chief clerk Walker succeed Hatton le parties however all declare that know Another rumor is that ns McDonald as a member of his law Seven Years from August Tim steanier HOO steerage Nearly all had a poverty stricken examined them as to their means and i e ordered that be returned to Hamburg forthwith Jt that other willlie found the remainder whew the examination is was elected mayor votes to for Size tin candidate The -I also elect a of the city government for the time n seven the chamber were Lieutenant Governor of and K Smith of Clinton U is announced that the state committee's headquarters will be opened at 1.1 in New York to-morrow Mr Smith in the August During the ear ending June eO arrived i the United States or less than the The principal decrease was in from Wales Scotland t and Germany Italy Norway Canada ami r The only increase was from Austria Mutch rnr August A purse of as been oll'ered to match the trotters Man S nd lor a trot at the riving park in September next The best three 1 live mile Mahili August has ordered i orce of from Shillok tribes in Osman The have in favor of Kassala is closely lid bin Territory lor tho An Accounting August The crei'itor.- of Hie A have formally an accounting of the trustee August have been tile division of to carry out the terms of the ami till intruders from in Flumes The royal palace n lire upper story lias been firemen and sailors have been Hie National WASHINGTON August The Secretary of le Interior has appointed f City superintendent of the a national park Irish Governor Kobinson has an invitation to preside at the great rish here on August 14
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