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   Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1885, Syracuse, New York                             THE EVENING HERALD. FO URTH EDITION 11 BIG tbal Bwunbol Vil- i aii fire wsojoasiw fir iu two tbav ail argmiaaiooi Mi and tte S-YKACTSE, N. Y., WEDNESDAY EVENING, AfOl'ST 12, f 'VOL, ft. XO. FO URTH EDITION Ii Has Bwn Itoisg at Its tlVtX 1XU TUNG CE1B ul lite for I'MS ol CSij.-f !iiel STi all cvi-r loan, I'lijJeriwath pk-lun; an JMTMJ'I burl tbe uud delegates to Ftiftttcij'ii cuiivrutioa Uwt iu Sijt? Armory were carryiuK IJjYiu around aud ciirer- lor the Uiau who mauds Syrst-use iK-jiKirtuK-uT. Th- to Ir-a gna! will tbe many of whnm atver saw him imul they cause- to tlw? ciHiveuUoti. tirvl laws iu the bail the ni'-etiaic was caHed liy iJaker si 15 oVloi-k fee and iwo a year. Section kiwttl ma swtjoa fwsir ill) crakutuit oi UM> cuuipaiir del- fnptet. Bv a vutu ot to 67 word ftiiKXta yut aud wunb -pjrtidUMT uOSxtov' sL-t ibo PMVOQ to Bin crvjeatudi. H-ctiuas five and Kix were adopifid read. wait lln-c takeii up. The nnt Tivre adotiud   Sir. AncstrouK presented th? name of Mr. baker and Mr. Fulterton secoudwl the nomination. TTw election was unani- mous. Mr. "Vstertoivn moved that an informal ballot forsc-cretarybocasL Louis j was elwrU-d sct-retary. j Tin? ftniale land a concert at Haa- over square at I'. M. to-day. THE PARADE, ii'ji. who have ay aftvruoou, rc- Hook aad Ent-inc. 1. Delhi. i if. Hixtr.si.in rfteam'.-r. di-r. Mi H. H. C. E ll-.f-v. 1. OneWa. l.Jiar.jrc attil lailUc-r, 1, McCrtary Steamer, (.0- lA'ino L. C, Iv. Lewis- B.- G. lluntlcy Stcamvr, J. R. Van the IVlH be The 1-iue of ilurcli. The trill take place on Friilay The lino will be forme-1 at 2 liv a call of twelve strokes of the City Hal! At the strokes will be rciKatcd. At 3 o'clock precisely oue tap of the bell will be the signal for the Mni  men. Tempist Huee So. 3. Homi-r; Foreman, W il- JiaUJ J. (iroioa band. IS Tempest Eutiuu No. Hoiner; Fort-man, A M. Wriaht, 21 tofrn. Oriv-ut Ilcok and Lander companv >o. 5, Uoiatax Fiirt-ioan. L. M. llroim, men. Protective PoliM-, Homer. EIGHTH limStOS. Marsual-Oipt, Jacob Knapp. Putnian. J. G. Uunn, Sheilcr. Ixiuif Cbarlee Flaeh. OTOrgeZ'-it, Homer comet land, 23 Orris eompaay So. 2. Contend; Fore J :uaii Clarence S. Strowbri'Jge, 33 men- ExiwUlor Hook and La-Wer corapany Xo. 3 For'-tii'in men Mechanics oatitl. CorUand, 1W pieces; C- U. drum major. Emerald Hose 4, Cortland: Foreman Bernard II- MeTrltf. 33 rnen. Water AViich Enginf Company No. 1, Cort- JanO. Foreman H. J. Barlow, 40 men. Marion Cornet Band. 10 pieces. Fir; Extinguisher Comuany. Pal- invrs: Foreman William H. Dennis, 21 men. Xcptune Company Xo. 3, Turin, Foreman W. Holdc-a. 10 men. Vernon Comet llanc, {tbe I'Mi, but iaar be tOA iiVj tt U- a Ltavitr oats V, IK a-ai la ytars aato 6ra, tu -State, It by Fire mad uucii at tbe (riaemical At Sew tie oaly city la fitatc that works it. I: turl tfcere tiiittf of The citv iu the i'uiled !y M Si." aad it Sa jaurtxal erer HUW. Captain Uiuiis, who has charge of tbe JTew York IJfe Kariae is .of uie- diuol beiifhtaud Keiths jotiBtts. He (iu tbe of the parade OD June It Kivcti for tha daring end atteapt at rtacuiui: lives during year. To-xu'jrrow ihtre will be exhibitions bT the Sraviui? cm H. S. Pioct-jr's buildiug at il A. M.. 2 and P. M. While perfonuiui; the twoud feaiure. one of theeorpe waa nearly at the top of the lower ladder, when the book gave way fell to ground. The funvof the fall, however, was broken by bis to ladder. He was uut hart. lisa Test Eiore Dasiisti Co It tiuil Uajoritr of ua -Ncbemr. cratic Mate an! p.-vl-' KACES AXD DK11X3. Xcw YORE, Attf. ihrsan Cwajjtfmy Lave out the puUicatioa: "ilavusg tbe of than a majority of tie 000 Erst mortgagebooda oJ Swr Yoric, West Shore Railway coiapaay to toe piaa of reorgseuEStioo ajyl ia our circular July lbS5, wo hereby pva nottcfe tiiai we shall terminate at tte close cf oa Tuesday, 25th, the of acceptiasths offer therein raade. Forviga holders caa bonds op to that dale with J. 8. ilorgaa d; Ccaipany m Xioadon. Ttaiixjrary will Le ei- chaaged for engraved receipts ia aasoacu of and ilO.OOO eadi, at our c-Sce ou cad tl'-er August by i-r fur ii-ia'irtl: aty iiidicstita as to Ph. OS Chauncey M. president tie yew York'Cestral iaiiroad, says: -It is not probab'i? tjiat Shore will be changed when it a .leased property of the Sew York Central rail- road. It must tars aad John II. Maxwell Hook an: d'T.l. Oncila. It A. Xu-.pir.i Fire Monitor j'anv, Xowrnun mt-mJior. Avoa. Soluinoti N iasara Fir-.-, tfchoharie. Cirjrlw Vmu-ciivi: I'm: 1. Clyil'i J. F. Yiwk. XVUli-uii llcsciiu o'.rn- Alfre' Hescue iiook and Ladder, 1, Sctb P.lriona Ptcarner. HniKsl 1, Ilruisle'ic Fails. W. II Brers? Steamer. 1. North E'mira. Shcioen fitise. Delhi. I_ J. Tliurnss Corais Euginu and hrup Huth p. Welles Gtorce. W. S. Sonh Hose, 2. .loliisfi'.iwn. The and trcr-snrir fiien read tteir reporis. the secretary called atten- tion to nn of forty-three new the lorsest incress; sices the of the association. He thea rvd til" list of companies in the associa- tion. A stote'ient of the esixmses 01 the asfociatiOD for las' year was then civea. sbowinj: the ex- to have been receipts to date1 The cost of new certificates has ter-n reduced from tbc estimate of ?200 to S100. He proceedings .__ been printed and disiribntcd. Herccom- that one thousand five copies b- printod next year. He criticise 1 the chanrin? of ths date of the convention as tending to confuse. He reeotn- racod-Kt s-entemlvr as a mouth for holding Uw convention. He explained certain inaccuracies ia the rapor.'s of fire laws Tihic'.i had crept into i be secretary's report inconsequence of following precedent, act! said that in the report of tb? nest proceedings the laws re- lating to firemen will b? reported in full and eorrectlv. In conclusion, he thanked the fire companies ana officers of the asso- ciation for assistance. The report the secretary was then ac- Yernon Fire Companv, Xo. 1. Vernon; lore- roan Walter J. Hills. 13 mea. KESIU nrvjsios. Warner. D- Drum. D. E. Hnydeo, Charles Strcter, Geonrfc Cnamplin, Au'lrew Smith. .v-. Binchamtoa City Guard band. 20 pieces.. itrtet.ioCUntOD to the Armory, where Hock Bora, Hoje Bmshamton the line will be dismised. The counter aronntl Billings park is made so that tac-h company may the others. Thtse are jjlaces" where tue divisions will Sniper comrnaneinir, West C.encit-e street, right resting ia XortU Sulina street. 3'n. Chamberlin commnndlnp-, West Gcneace street, rignt restintf in Xortn Sulinu strt-ct. ICo. Haivley left Willow street, riirht resting oa a line drawn from corner of Empire House to earner of the Third Xational bank. 2Vb. Hujtrunin commanding. !n Xonhftdina street, west side, left extend- ing la Church street, riirht resiinir on a line drawn Iroru comer of Empire House to cor- ner of the new Third Xatioaal bank. jyo. Emmf-t Well? in Gencsec street, north side, right resting- in South Snlinastreet. Xo. ilink commanding, in Bast Gentseestreet, south side, risHt rcsttajf in South Hiiiinii street McQuade commanu- injr, in West Water street, north side, risht in South Salina street- 2Vo. Knapp in West, Water street, south side, rig-ht resting in Salina street, Waroer cpmmi'-ndln.c. in Fayt-tte street, north sirte, right rest- inzin South Snlma'treat. Vo. Yale commanOmsr, in Wfc-t Ftiyettcstreet, south sicp, right restinr in stroet- Ao. Reilev comrnandinir. in JclTcrsoa street, right resting- in South Salina street. TBe lias will bs formed in this order: Police Baiollioa. Grand Eckel. Grand B. Bums. f-hlef of R. 5i. M. Auer. OL Daniel Mannincr, Col R- Griffin, Chief Weslqy Dirnbleliy, Cant. W. B. Bandail, Cnpt Marsh C. Col. W. A. Butler, William Djcca, Charles Hatch, Sher- man J- Rease. FIRST Marshal-General Sniper. Henry C. Allewclt, Maj. S. 0. Howard, rapt. John Colo, Capt. Thomas taiu-. Lieut-Charles ITiaoreclit, L'.eut. E. Obe-landcr, Lieut. Freil Wilirorth. Union Band of Srracnse, 33 pieces. Drum Major. Aliwnsa Steamer and Hose, G, Owcpo; Foreman Geonre Truman, 3i men. Drum Corps. 6 men. John M. Crenrv Steamer companv, Xo. 3, Foreman Xeal Morris 2o men. IxMyord How. Foreman George W. Irish. 23 men. L J. DeLand Band, 22 pieces. L J DeLand Strainer and Hose, r airport; Foreman, J. K. Qoackenbiish, 60 men. William T. Smith, ZJ men. Rescue Hook and ladder company. Seneca Falls. Foreman Charles Beh, 4S men. Masres Comet baad. 15 mea. Silsby Hose. Seneca Falls. Foreman George H. Freeland. 28 men. Darktown Fire Brigade, Seneca Falls, Chief Jacob Cain. 2-J mea. Geneva Brass Band, 14 men. Hvdrant Hose, Geneva. Foreman C- E. Coon, 25 men. Eagle Engine coropanv. Marathon, Foreman C. A. Brooks, 20 men. Hose company, Marathon, Foreman T. Warren Hunt. 23 men. IESTH DIVISION. Yale. (Alas not announced.) Canamlaigua Band, Steamer Xo. 1. Cnnanfoigrja; Foreman, "Wil- liam McClary, 25 men. Cftyuja Fire Patrol, Xo. 1, Auburn; Fore- man. O. M. Smart. 25 men. loiran Hook and ladder Drum Corps, 11 pieces, Lognu Hook sad Ladder, Anbura; Foreman, George AflelL 26 men. C. H. "Reass Hose company, Xo- o. Auburn; Foreman, John C. Healy, 23 men. Tuscarora hand, 20 pieces. Rescue Hook and Xadder company, o. 1, "Xiasara Fate Foreman L- Van Cline, 40 men- Porter Volunteer Hose, Srracnse: Foreman Georse Orchard, 41 mea. Teath Regiment band, Albany. 25 pieces. Cornell Hose companv, Xo. 2, Bonao-.it; Foreman Lewis J- Patchin, 50 mea- Goeliers's band. 20 pieoes. Wiltwvct Hoee, Xo. 1, Kiuirston; Foreman "William H. Smith. 40 men. ELEVENTH BmEIOS. Corcmanaer-Asslatant Chief Henry Rilev, the Syracuse Fire department ready for duty If needed, THE POMMEK CORPS. for To-morrow and Friday at Tall man Park. This Is the program for the and drill at Tollman park: hose race will tako place to-iaorrow at 2 P. M. It is open to el! conjersL. The prizes amouut to divided as follows: First second third a hose-cart pns-uted by Rum- sey Company, valued at f 125, and fourth twenty-five dollars. In r.Jditioa to the first prizs is a diamond badge valued at presented by Airserican Fire Hose company of "Chelsea., to ba known as tha York caaai- are tha eonUltioas naaer which tbe badge will be awarded: team winninij ihe first to hold tie badge m trust, subject to challenge from aav team within ninety days from August 13th, under the same rules. If won twice---------------------------------- in succession bv the same team it becomes Trunk, as it is not the rxilicy of tie tlieir property." If not CiiaUosed for in tral to throw over any business from what- the prescribed tim3 tis tx-omes the I ever anartersit may come. property of the holders. Other coatee-, after Syracuse, to ba hcU :a suitable for such, to b-3 decided by con- testants, but if no decision be niade. Svracas9 to be the place. The challenger must deposit 5100 against :he in the hand; ot Hamilton S. "Whit-? of Syracuse. Holders of the badge forward the badge with their acceptance to ilr. White witlua twentv days from the date of a challenge, or" forfeit the championship. The contest to take thirty diys from dateof acceptance. Any other team or teams can compete in challenge contest by depositinff same amount as challenger. can yoa }ji7e ase i ixjUti'.-al events f "Of said the Gov- ernor, "the Democratic StaVj eonanittee will cert woek. aad K.-me ceit nionth 'he Htatfe cotiveatlon will be held. TV i Wco oosaistra is a.H j ucn." "Sat yon are most steticcs-i what tOT cewspaK-rs at-jut for nveati'jn I the aad icrlceiiri' charges aad cot Mil upon the Central's treasury to fill i: must develop such of its business drawing from the C'entraL So cutriag of rases or the like will coatite- aanced. The Kttchbura'a fc Boosac Tunnel line will not probably be dis- mrted.asthe West Shore will want j The same is said of the Grand -sCo Ci--------i Every facility reeded will protabjy bi Ktvtn Loti tie Gi-aad Tmaz sad Fi-jdibsrsa. The treasurer. James P. Murphy, then read his report, showing cash in hand The running season is to clos? on Novem- ber 15th open on ISL The days TTithin the season only to be counted. The money and the badge to go to the winner in the challenge contest. The prize drill will be at Tollman park on Pridav at 9 A. M.. _and is open to all "The prize is S5CO; first second third S75, fourth a was hose cart valued at presented by IL Hop- stein of Svracnse. The ja-Jges will be Gen. Joseph B. Carr of Tror. Gen. Henry W. Slocum of Brooklyn and Capt Martin L. Tnnn of SyrEcnse. Following the drill a hand contest for distance, open to all comer will take place, Tha prizesare: First, a hose cart presented by the lileasoa Bailey MautifaetUTinz company, valued at Slfiu, aad in The prizes will be paidon tie grounds at of contest. The admis- sion to the grounds Trill cents, grand stand-1 cents extra. LABGE HUE AT OsTTECO TAliS. A Tannery Owned by D. J. Harubarser of Syracuse Destroyed. OSWEGO FALLS, Acs. The large tannery at this place was entirely con- sumed by fire this morning. It was vsi- ued at about and was owned by D. J. Hamburger of. Syracuse. The fire Originated in a gmnll annex to the main where there has been noSre, and Wheat iKive sail tt-i prior fret ia; was anil Juxer tban 11 5 to 7fi 15 to at Lax't. the building s supposed to have been se on fire. Eighi hundred deles leather have been turned oat each west at; the taaaery and from fifteen to thirty persons have been The Fultoa Fire department responded to a call, bur were is no way of tellihg the hides m the vats s p2e how in All will be under the auspices of the Busi- ness Men's association of Syracuse- IX THE OUO BAT STATE. The Great fork Life Saving Jl On motion of Jir. Cole, both th? secre- T. ..n.1 WAro rpfrTTCd taryT.- and trrosnrcrs repo to (be executive committee. Tbe'rcpo'tsof sixciai committees were heard. Mr. of Bath rrad a paper otr "Water as a fire cxtmzaiiher. besl results, how obtained.'' which had assigcel toRcnbsnK. Lynn, presi- dent of the Edwin Cook HOSJ company ofBatb. Aflcr statins the composition of water. the paper said that th? iinpnrfc'.nt pirt of the pro- of decoopositioi) Is beat, 'WbOTdcooraposed. ihe gsies will tnrn, ia- ftcnd of rct-irnins comlmstion. F.re te the union of a stibsJancc with oxrsrn. If air acd croorjd are drr, wolermast be applied in iar---c qcontities. Water should nevsr Bjipiied directly io the flame. Air H Deccs.ory to cornboslion, and the more rooistnrc If rOTitains the more availing; His fire. Heace. poar water oti from and em rath. Keep nhca-1 of the fire in preference to folloVins it np. At all the fires where there is not a regularly paid Fir? detriment two-thirds of the water is wosrrd. OB motion of Mr. Hendricks the report was aecfptni ann era-are.! {o be pablished ia the proccodingp. 1 be names of Thorcns Bonrlce of JKfngs- and t'aniel Paine of Srockport were .frc-posed for lifo rnembership. bnt the mo- 'tior was laid on the table to allow the ctoiTfliMci on l.y-lawa time to report The convention then ndjonrncd to Armory park to be by P. S. the con- Tetition reasapOTHeJ Mr. Armstrong read a "Oor State sssodaHon, its object, axaxs and is  o. 3 occu- pied tha piace of No. 3. This method was followed until the roof was reached and each man bad mounted ths building. To break the chain the reverse tvas operated. So. 1 descended to the walk; So. 2 rested on tbe lower ladder and the rest at each point above. When thfe last man was in position he .tmfastened rhetoprnostladderand passed it to hfc com- panion down the line. -Each man then re- moved down one length, and tie ladder just abandoned was banded, The process continued until all the ladders had been removed. The second feature ainstrated the prac- ticability of a sragle man's climbing to the roof, and is known as the silts" process, the 'second A Charge that a Koyal Commissioner "Was Horsewhipped. LoxBOS, Ang. Poll JfoK Ga- zette says that a member the recently appointed Royal Conimissiois to inquire into the depression okjtrade was pnblicly horsewhipped npon the street this after- noon by the father of a yonng girl whom tie Commissioner had seduced. Empress in -Wooden Shoes. Keren in San frnji.Cftronfc7t, This little placs was all asos on account of flrecentvisitma'Jc by that eccen trie woman, the Empress of Austria, One dsysae toot it into her head to mspccJ the sea walls at TmuMen. She bought a pair of wooden shoes, and with a dress that was short enough to reveal considerable of a beauti- iul pair of llrnbs, she walked alonptbebeach from a town seven miles from Xmulden. It was not until she threw away ths shoes and" gave tic wbo rowed her across the harbor' two tholers that it dawned upon the Ynralden mind what an important personane tad honored the vil- laeo by ft visit. Soifl one sail, thin. Inhabi- tant of the place, who mizlrt. have been a former, ss as loots gn "I would have Riven twentr florins for those and then he added: "She was a finc- JooUnp woman. She traced alone The and as liirhtly a eirt of eighteen. s Finishing tie Roach Crnisers- Aug. Tribune says that Secretary TVhitner conferred yesterday with John Roaclfs assignees, ihe result being that the Sscretary will take charge of the Roach ship yards and finish the cruisers. This course is tsken because the government yard is not fitted to complete the work on ihe vessel, and it would cost ?SOO.OOO to pnt it in condition. Secretary Whitnev is to have personal sn perrisioa of the work. The assfeness 'nr- nish ibe.labor, materials and tools aad are to receive the full contract price for each vessel. If the cost of completing the ves- sels should exceed the stipulated pries the bondsmen are to be liable for the excels. Singine His Own Death Song. SEW Tons, Aug. TThfle the steam- er Plymouth P.ock -was returning from an excursion to Ponghfceepsie on Sunday evening a plainly-dressed intelligent-look injj man walked into the cabin, sac down u the piano and began sraginepoptzlartunes. His fine bass voica attracted the attention of ths crowd and he was liberally applaud ed. Suddenly he fell to ths floor and died ia a few minutes. There -was nothinsr on his person, by which, he conld be identified. The bodv was taken to the morgue in thu city, but nobody has been there to claim it. Oklahoma Colonists Disbanding. CAIDWEIX, Kan., Aug. Th3 Psyna Oklahoma coioay, which has been iacamp here some is now breaking np in compliance with instructions from Cap- tain Conch. He interprets the present action of the Adnrhmtratira as the inaug- uration of a movpmsnt which will lead to the opening of Oklahoma in toe near fu tore, and with a desiie to avoid causing embarrassment of ths work he has ed tfie colony for tie present to disband. Ixvmlon's Great Scandals. A Frcncn -woman, who was formerly mistress of Sir Charles Dflke, bss been, cited for the plaintiff in the Crawford divorce' cass. She, it is al tha corps reached floor' after Ure.mancer of the chain process, and then, strad- dling the sills, caught no rbe ladder and "fastened it to tbe next-window above. Ascending this he again straddled the -win- dow and ran tbe ladder to tbe next floor. After reaching tbe roof he began ttede- Schwmrt Ctmppcn 1 VCTBHW Ctarfes scandrne process, which reverso. was jast tte on the sais3 was the thirrl fcatore. It ma worked with two men with one ladder, the object being to give an illustration of what would be done in case of a scarcity of. ladders. Both men ascended to the (econd story window and So. Istoodon the rill der to the window above, whfie No. S held biro by the lelfe This featere Bshnnar to the straddling, eawpt that the men stand alternately, try wUch tbe wcetf tainxtry nsaKitn-'t didn't look 6lder tbaa ihst if you walked tbe leged. wfll be Jeading wKness to proT ji- TTTi-fVi f VfiTT behind her. Such a waist sbe had: Tail aad jrraeef nl, with a loot say intent he pronfl oil The only tains r didn't like aooat her was her nosKlSat is a and her face is sunburnt." Such -tfss t3w tall YtnnliJcn man's dfscriritioa of .the wife of the Emperor of ABStria. Buffalo's Xitest BCFT.ULO, Anir. hose teams who contested for'the piizss in the hose races yesterday aflesrscoa have snsd the managers of lae toGTnsKzezi for tha offered as priz-s. Tha base rare wss ae- clared off by tia mssaaxii, Jrct the teams iusisted npon their fulfilling the terms of the tonrnament and ran ths race notwrth- The EmsraM Hose company of CorUand was awardeJ first, prize, the Serviss company of ArEterdsm and of Hcrnellsvflle third. It is said that tbe management have lost by tha poor attendance at tbe tournament. ford. Society is agitatina for a new tria of Mrs. Jeffries for the purpose of secprin: a public disclosure of the name? of poli ticians and noblexacn who frequent fcer house. ap- mea, nsv oa-; of who-ia would b9 a "ra-kW, I do all ia power to iiis election. Of inv it is my that ambitioai are aot coaild-rrtd if lioaest. It the s. to tne and my -.vell-wjihers, and a complimwat no one could sav ia advance that he woaM no: accept. "Bat this is all ibe work cf the State convection, and tc> that body ecus: be entrusted tbe details and ocTnineri for next fails campaign ;c ibts Sate." The Gambler'-; Bankers, w. VS. 9JS3 .yr; uis sus m an 920 i alo i I TSr in Cfaspin S: lore's plac? in Monroe street las: a vounrOh sort of moa io aad askc-d for Ciisa oa oac- of their of feposlr, Cer- of "Di'lo't you the in toVai V.'Lr." he continued, of deposit iun'iike the Firsc Xational, Jin-3 of mv Q'fn I have of Kirk Gunn, a jrimester, hflvias- oa deposit witli heta" cosh. In certain of the -srhere tbe rollers plajed, these of Chapin Gore have been naiil ct 35 cash. There tra.-; any eidje-_ ient when the jracft was Vriusr rua -hen the ho Tort. Tons. Asr. nignt siims. ,s barely s u; F- ilonr 15 dull; lias. 4-i. v refi win'.er. r. Octowr. Cora. SepieKDer.ISHcc BSJic. Oau. 2 dnlL 5ii.OCtell.sa. 70 October. ;T or" SO test. Turpentine cnlh to rood. {i State. acd lam. QOlet at at MSc. BO5ln fteady: quiet; cocamos to fair. oi-c. accor 2rra: reined cntloir. crsnulat- eC. 6 Taaoir prisi: 1 l-isc. Oswesc. CfTTEGO. AOZ, p. iL white 55.4Ctta.05: double fcrtra. fS.Ta.-A'-Kh mtenr process, 5tf.2SaC.tti. ana cratlira, Sy psr rucba cf Stcreat 55C. ol s of busac-Is o- 2 at State s; We. CAy.u. "iVnen; ani peif, com nd SJic. barTcr. to innber. 41.40 to AloanT. a.6o to New TorK. COES and sidelines. Slt-.t-O RATLROAII to Bojtoa. 2ic eir Vort PnSUdeiEihla. Sic. aae AIKSST. Gramani mill f tf> Boston, Tort. ar. Petroleum. NEW TOHK. All: IS. allied resned la bbls. Tw  -morro-w at s- There are concerts everv evening at LSC23 Xo. 2S3 X. Salina and drU-ireo's genuine trorsted jerseys, SL G. C. Tcraas i nplete -fcross-trimnied cornice poles, 37Kc- George C. IOUCE i For steriinr silver-handled, carasort frame, silt Gtor-je C. Toung valnstlc- strayed ..wav from the Mother house aajoinins Su Joseph's hcSBitii. Reserved seat; for Stsr csipes ac General admission tickets st: Oii stoves and refriEn-rators at cost io close cut stock- J- L. ReitSe! i Companr, Xo. 83 South Salina Mrs. Rxhard Malone, who was taken a "nt Awhile under relisrious eicitemetit at Zioa church oa Sunday evening, has recov- ered, There be on excursion to lake unner the of the Sunday school teachers St. Peter's charca, on Au- gust 20th. Edward ana Georce LotterMge were ar- rested to-day for eihibiTinsr viees in the street. They were working the cone racket. Tie C. M. B. A. branches of EasS Svrscuse a reunion at Ihicforth pars neit monthl' .update has not yet teen fixed. Buy ihe best- Tbe ceiebrated Hapojr Thought range, with the original prate. Syid only by Brothers, 57 Xorth Salina street.-r-J.dc- George Powers, an employee on the West Shore road, chanred in the Police couri to-dav niih defrauding Mary E- War out of a board bill of He pleaded aotauilty and his examination was posspoaed- The Germaaia Brewiag- cotnpaav, at 3 meetinir aiteraoon, eleclea Coartcs'Sfmons president: FnmeB-BaHmer, vice John ir_ seere- tarv and treasurer: Peter PfoW, manajer, and Jacob Knapp, jreaeral aeent. Ira TTonSen. a well-ltnowji citizen of the Eiehth -a-ard, died yesterday. He was kind nua to I lamily and had many friends. He leaves a -vnie, daushtrr ana two sons. Burial te mafle ville to-aiorrow at 3 P. M- There be eiSiteions ol sp oiier spons at Tank's piace, N o. a McBrids street, every even ins durinc- tbe convention. The only in Syracuse irith a tweatv-four-foot nag; also the fine t sport- ins gallerj- Jn tbe aty. "Jerry" Sullivan, proprieiof dr. Potiadinasier Uncola -and one or two have makics s raid oa nnmczried dots. vesterfiay morn- ins he took six to ooand. one of wfiich was a valuaWs Easiisn setler. The animals can be recovered at tbe pouaa ta Renwick avenue by paying ihe fee pre- scribed by law. Geoisre C- TnonsTwas. who has bwa suptrr- Snteaaent of the Metrapol'taTi lasuracc? company for the test five leave? to- dar to WSo a position in Paal. Mrnn. Last eveEtng hw friends presented, him with aa etejraat cane. A A French Jlurderer's Sweetheart. Paris Morning .Sacs. Jcsnne BHnn, Sfsrehsndon's mirtress, i? beins overwhefmed with offers from parties eager to turn hernotorJety to account. Two hundred photographers, bailing from all parts of the gtotoe.warit the monopoly of the sale of nerphotoizrapnfoTacnnsiaeniole consideration; an American showman offera her a -prims donna's sttsry for tbe rigfat of exhibitincr her tn the States.. Tbe manager of one of tie Paris theatres hss offered ner a lucrative enticement; the proprietor ota St. Petersburg tmte bids rubles a y for hex- to as cashier in his c-stsM ment One bold IcdivldnmJ, a Pote. even roes !0 tar as to offer her nutrrlaire. "Ynr will make in excellent housekeeper, I feel sure." he Til answer for yon; ror me your pwt will tuarantee ot the futnre. banquet followed with music and unlil a late honr. Mrs. HiTte, matron of the Oaondara County Orphan asylum-wishes it said that it any persons have one or more yards of ciotn recently wsed in draping in Joemoty ol Ccneral Grant, which they wowd be wilrmy to Rive to the asvlnm, she wDl be e-lsd to oendfortbe coarribntton if they will send her their names and addresses. Miss Bertha Morrison, aged seventeen years, was assaulted by twerve emplovore of Cole'8 ch-cos at HnntJngdon, on MoroSay nurhr, Tbe men seized her near near the drcns tehts tarried her Jto the woods, tha crime ins coTomttted. colored, has been arrested and identified by the victim as one ol her assailants. At Petric's drug- store at S A. M. to-day the tnennonictCT registered 78 degrees, at 1 at 3 P. above sero. The hitthcst point reacbed in the rwcnty-four oonis endtnft stSV.a.tO' day was 82 dcBrees, and the I point 87 TZTO. The barotaeter tn- dlcated SftTO rt 0 A: M, 20t70 at 1 P.   

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