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   Syracuse Semi-Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1898, Syracuse, New York                             SYRACUSE, N. Y., ESTABLISHED 1820. Piedmont Park Audi- torium Echoed Dack the Cheers. A TREMENDOUS OVATION The President's Eloquent Ad- the Sinolog ol "America." A VERT BRILLIANT BANQUET Coven Uld for Three Hundred Gmnto Inclndlnp Many Persons1, DKpatcb to Standard! Dei-. Mc- Xlnley received another ovation af- Uruoon when he on the plat- form In Auditorium In PloUniont pork. Nearly N.004 must havn Ix'en packed In the huge barollki' edIIH-e, fairly alimik undnr the mighty shout lhat went up Inside, of It In greet- ing to Prealdant, cabinet nnd fa- mous fighting men. The were, opened awlauly enough with but from I ho clime of the prayer wit waa nothing but the nolilent kind of enthusiasm. Hecrelary Alger starteit tho ball roll- ing by stepping to Ihe front of I ho plat- form and the bund to play "America" and the. audience) lo sing It. Then Ihe. President look of af- and ua first of ountf playetl he ltd singing In pur- After the over the gueiU the audience adjourned In maas to the public reception at the executlre manilon, which waa a genuine The day wan nut a hard one for the party, although a very full  Iwokn a balanco on hand of about but fnr the comnilttee been unohle any of the money; they ore. furlbur handicapped by the absence of County.'Treasurer Uimmertn. liven at but the county ofllcw hti-e. He not'been In Lookport for u week.' and hon day after day puiitponed coining here, an the hoard requeatitl. He prom- ised the committee to be here yesterday and again toUlay. but failed lo i-ome both times. The txamlnnllon of thn treasurer's of- flce took a serious turn early In thn when "ft found that the county went not being paid when pre- The bill, audited on December 3, amounting tu over HOC, In mill unpaid. Mr. frlendn TWO FIREMEN KILLED. Half a Dotwn Othorn Injured by the Oollapao of u nv Trow. The collupan of a wall during a Urn at Niie. JU4 olid 3IW Cottage Onu'e uvt-nui- to-nli.hl klllrd two Bremen and a lu.lt The bullillng. which van verltuble flretrup. completely dentmynl. Sev- eral living In on the iwcond floor were roulrd liy the flamo and barely mcapcd with their lott- ing all their houMhold and ef- froln. The llntt floor of the liulldtng. a two Mtory brick utructure, occupied by the Palace livery (table company. The flre originated In the (talila. Truck company No. 11 wan amoni; the at the flre, which noon got IM- yond control of the Hretnoii 'on hand. Lieut, ilnyer ordered men Ui holHt a ladder lo the necond floor. Thin done, and the lieutenant, followed by oC i-onipmiy, up. hud Junl ivachyd the floor when the wall (ollaixk-d. klUlnA him and oin' ol In1 r. All Injured llrt'inen, It IH believed, will recover. _ _ FAVILLA CONVICTED. Tho Bad of a LOOK Trial Mada Oon- splauoua by Itoaaoa of Politics. Special Din patch by to Thr Bland- ard: UOM10, Dec. Tile fumoUH trial of Sidney I'uvllla, formerly manager of the BolDgnn bunk, for mlMtppmprtatlim of ended at Hulogna to- day In the conviction of the iircuwd, who Bontenced to two and three ImprUonmrnt. ciute ronnvclnl with the Uank of icumlul, which thir political of ex-Prime Mlnlnter Crlnpl toolt of In thvlr to ruin him. LIKE A HOG Peter Kreichbaum Killed and Cut to Pieces. HIS MURDERERS IN The Cittxens o! Franklin Threaten To Take tbe Law in Hand. war. .._ ____ invincible. In recent war wid'eut of It- come a Nation which I Knur have gone since I lust met rnmalnf ImtlvUIMe forevermore. No people of iteorgla In imblle usMmbly. vortlilei1 have. maile In happened In the Intervening iwlriiitism and In men than by tho people time. Tim Nation been nt war. not i.f southern alila wiihlii Us own but with a fortlun of men to them, who hail r imw.r: u war waged not for revsnge lieil with Ihelr umler unolhnr but for our oppressed now Dinting under the old (lag uguln, for their freedom and linn. U wns short but deceive. It re- corded a succession of slgnlricciit victories on lunil sml gave new to Amrrtcsn arms. It brought new prob- lems to repuMIc, whose solution will lux Hie gunlus of our lirople. United will meet nnd solve thorn with honor to to the luallng of all concerned. The war brought together; Its sotllement will keep us together. lleiinlled-glorious realisation! II ex- presses the lluumhl of my nil ml uml thi loiilt tlefnrred cnnsuminatlnn of my Imitrt's tteslre 1 (land In this presence. .It In- Ihe hearty tleinonslratlon here wltneKsetl nml Is the patriollo refrain of ami of all lovers of the re- public. country again uiid country forever. Proclaim It from press uml pulpit, teach II In Hie schools, write II across skies. The world nnd feels It. It vvery heart In North sml South and Ihe life of American l-et nothing ever strain II again. At peace with all the world ami with each other, what can stnml In the pathway of our progress uml ALL QUIET IN HAVANA. BpanlBh Troopa Still on Patrol- Demonatratlona In Honor of the Amiirloans. Special Dispatch by Cable lo Stand- flen. addremt made he line of the- of professional training for the soldier. He dwelt .it ngth on his experience In the civil and Hpanlili with volunteer iwldlery, und luld In part; In looking at the and rlni them loat of Ib4l they have not received n profes- nlonnt education. are too quick lo onil'mn. We stow lo remember thnt he men taken from every walk if lire within than a year, bo lo the point where In them paramount. I lurllpularly of two voluntwr regi- ments, the New York ami Hnvnd Maaiachuselts. for the reason that the only volunteer empt Flnt volunteer cavalry, pment with the regular thitt played any mportanl ixtrt In In and about I have dncerely regretted that two were taken away from my beraute they brought -Into action before had Ml- talnnt that In company and rrglmenul that lo In nn declaro that he will lie able, to give u satisfactory explanation. UUIIe, In open tiMiuy. urgeJ vommltut' to make a preliminary re- port on the ground that the publlu hntj u right to know what wan going on, uml whether there waa nnj- foundation for Ihe illsquli'tlne The roiiiiiilttoa until to-morrow to make re- It la said by msmbcrs of the Iwnrd that Mr. Lammertn to come to to-niorrow ana ex- plain everything. Yesterday Judginvnls were filed against nnd aiworlaleil with him In real t-stale busi- ness at Nlagura 113.- 000. The were aeouroil by W. W. agent for the West na- tional bank of Niagara Fulls. been a heavy dealer In Ntacnra real csUle. A BIG CONTRACT. The Weatinebouse Company to Bqulp tbe Third Avenue Sys- tem for By Northern Awoclaltd NKW YORK. Dec. contract for the. equipment of the new under- ground trolley of the Third uve- nue railroad company awarded to- day to the electric and manufacturing company. The contract the expendltum of about I...- 000.000 and the leading to It have been In progrew for mime time. Ily Ihe of the c-mtrart tho company will cf.iwtruct tKe strom and entire plant necewary to eaulp the HAVANA. Deo. IB.-The   boat. .The Itoumama and arrived thla evenlns and will take aboard the Forty-ninth Iowa and Sixth respectively, sailing enrlr Hiinday morning. Kourth Texaa and Fourth Maine heavy artillery will depart on Tuesday on trauiporin Mobile and Punamu. whl.-ti ure expected dally.________ GEORGE WEST DEAD. Special Dliputch to The UuuiUaidl FUANKUN. NKB.. Dec. erable cxcltomvnt prevallH here lu-nlght over the ussuiittniitlon of Peter Krelch- buutn, und a mob of Infuriated are .making vigorous to lynch Tunmon nnd William Cole, ullegud murderers. Thoy were taken from the local lull at noon and con- veyed tu the Alma prison, Hberlff Ooyd and u posse. puntticd by scverul Infuriated Ihe wholu distance. A cordon of Ihe mob the Jull to-night to prevent Ihe mult balng removed uguln b.-fore. the vlg- cun gather In force to sturm the jail, Hcnuin are out In the country to-nlght calling out the old and they am pouring Into town In large Sheriff Iloyd a force of determined and will light. No ntnte are III thf The alleged und tlielr vic- tim have been men of wealth und prominence In nectlon many Two ago Peter Kreichbaum, who a bachelor, suddenly disappeared. He had drawn 11.000 ut that time for the aale'of glock from the local bank, to home. A weuk later Cole nnd Tunmuii were no- ticed In of farm, nelllnir mock, vehicles, etc. >n answer lo ques- they unserleil Kreichbaum hail left the country and Mold everything tu them. They exhibited a lease and deeil In evtdenro und attempted ta have th" same but tin? clerk becnm- suspicious because the alleged signa- ture of Kreichbaum name. A brother of the mlsilng man notified ami come here from Hur- llngton Innt week, nfTeilntt reward for evidence nn lo hln where- iiboutn. Thin ntarled a large number of to work. In the nieuntlin- Tunman nnd Cole continued In sell property from the farm. night 4 searching purty noticed nome freslt earth In a dvnerletl hog pen. und dig- glnr. discovered the body of the farmer. He hail been cut to with an UK, the head being severed. In addition he lull been repeatedly The sheriff nl on'ce started for the Cole residence mid found Tunmnn loo. Hnih mt-n Ntarled for their but weie raptured after despurate struggle. WITH DEAJH OF CALVIN S. BRICE. A Sudden Development of Pneu- monia from What Had Been Considered Only a Gold. By Northern Associated NKW YOKK. Dei-. H. died this afternoon ol his home. No. Fifth avenue, uf pneumonia. He been conflned to the flntv Hun- day, and had slightly from a cold, which affected hlit votce for a or 10 but not diagnosed pneumonia until Tuesday. Having of robust health all life. Mr. Ibtnigbt nothing of the cold, except that It Inconvenienced him nomewhal. al ornce on Hatnrday until lau> night, on Hun- day family prevailed upon him to remain at home, and by Tuesday condition lhat a curuniltatlon of called, which Dr. Janeway attended with, Mr. llrtce'a trouble waa pronounoed pneu- monia. He rallied under treatment, and thought lo be doing well until about 4 o'clock morning when i rank rapidly. Oxygen given him, but his condition continued crttl- i-al. At o'clock afternoon Immedlatn down- town were told over Ihe telephone that he might live on hour. At o'clock he died. llrice and four of the flve chil- dren wen- with him. John ar- rived from Harvard a few be- for> death. W. Klrfcpatrtck Itrice Is In China-on connected with other children are, Htewart, who middle name; and Helen Itrtce. TURMOIL Wolf Creates a Scene in the Re.chs- rath. A SCATHING REBUKE GIVEN A Duel Between WeUani Pro- Ident Fnohs Hay Result POT OUT OF THE COUNCIL HOT ON THE TEXAS. Did Not Sail With His Ship Had IJy Northern PWM: WAHHINUTON. Dec. Charlen D. will not have the of Mlllng Into Havana har- bor, flnt there the de- of the Maine, In rommand of own ship. In AllMLny on Tuesday when the order sent to Texas, llrooklyn and the to proceed tu Havana. The order Im- mediate, Lieutenant Commander P. llarhtr, thu executive officer of the Texan, decided not to wait for the mp- tain. The got nway from Hamp- ton Just after midnight on Tues- day, with Commodore John W. broad pennant floating over her. Bhe Commodore old and liar- ber waa executive officer when Philip handled her no wdl In th- light with fleet. Thin morning a telegram from Capt. HlgslMW. dated Monroe, was re- ceived Hi the navy department. II' sold that he reached there at t o'clock morning, found the gone, and that of getting on the. Brooklyn, which had waited over night for Commodore B. J. Cromwril to arrive, had In vain. A telegram win wnt to Capt. Hlgnbre liy 111" de- partment tclllna; him to the firm train for Tampu and on the reguUr pamenger vnnsel theni-i" llnvann. A numlxer of otlloent were Irfl Iwlilnd by the They wire m-allrn-d all along the count. i-xprctr.1 that would come so soon und lenvm were lo get. The llrooklyn from Norfolk at nn early hour this morning. Bhe weighed ulicliur noon Commodore Cmmwell arrived from Washington. The other vessel unsigned to Havana, the gunlmat Cantlne. will not Iw able to mil from Huston until Monday. MARRIED IMPORT JERVIS. .W. J. MIIHsran, ft Former OUy Judge, and Mm. Oarrlo Wello Wllkog. at Northern AM.vlaled Trtu; POUT JKIIVIH. N. Y.. Dr.-. firmer City Juilgf W. J. Mllllgan. chief deputy collector of nu- of Philadelphia, anil Mm. Carrie Welln of Port iled at o'clock this evening at Ih" brlile'n home by Her. K. plr. only of the bride ami groom present. GOV. BLACK IN NEW YORK. ..._-- me dleitnctly that I an not Iwwe, the car equipment. Iho action of and nil Ihe electrical apparatus required. The call for a power on the company's prop- erty at SWth with a and electrical of M.'nO horse power. The station, will. It Is exacted. largest of kind In the world. _.---- uiiiM- flre. There Is no better material In I United ihan could found In two regiments, but they lack the Instruction training to success In tnv hour of trial. With mir limited force In that expedition It necessary to call upon two regiments hut called upon too soon. They iwre not fitted tor work. the train, won scheduled M leave at o'clock. the banquet not prolongNl. T.i-morrow the will Hooker T. Washington's InslUuta it! Tuskocee. which he will reach-in the morning, where he will make longest of the tour. He will vlnrt (.iniery In the uftrmoon. AMERICAN GOLD SPURHED. Thrown Contemptuously Eiiok to Americana by Spaalah Shop- keepera In Alalera. Special Dtopatch by Cable to The MADItlD. Dec. 1S.-A dlspatct to the Uberal from that Mpan thrtw IwicU the whkh rrere letxlertd ftr -ptirehewwl An Agexl Mlcntrrl read. Dec. i the t-rew of ihe rnlled iflH mlnttrei wpd.ha.! j Heltna. which anchored In the nt Moran. twrti before public for over U Saturday. yesterday at the age of A year ago he married the. Millar. that A Tailor Who Stuck to Hla Trade Afier.HeHad Become Wealthy. By Northern Associated NKW YOKK. Use, West, a tailor of the Exchange oourt building, tiled at his lume. No. Klflh nvenue, on Wednenday night of pneumonia. Mr. West a brother-in-law of the lute Cenrge M. Pullman.'having mar- ried a sister ut the car builder. He old. lie let up a tailor In Bridgeport. Conn., and built up a large his Includ- ing many Yale students. About 10 ago he came in rlly and to the Wall dlstrlet. Many of were He found time Ui watch the stock market and known as a operator In stocks. millionaire brother-in- law wan on the of with him aud often visited simp and went to lunch with him. To who naked him why he "tuck to the tailoring after he boil become wealthy The American and Spanish Com- mlmlono Oolnir Home, One Jubi- lant, the Other Special Dispatch by Cable to Th. BlanJ- PAR1B, Dec. the spectlve "'HI be homeward liiiunil. the elated by tlie acquisition nt a great colonial emplie. mid the deprwed by of their lant foothold In Ihe new world, their own discovery, and the annexation of the Philippine archipelago. who4e name greatest period. It opportune momont t.> refer to the hard work flf the commls- and their courteous betuvlar toward the press. Moore and OJeda, though prohibited by thi-lr respective commissions from giving In- formation, unfailingly treated thn news- paper men with the greatest Uon In of the fatigue of onerous duties. Mi. Ferguxm. Ihe able Interpreter, la likewise entitled ta the highest praise. Though op-iipying an position Ihe sole Int-r- jireter engageil liy the lie performed his functions lo the uilmlui- tlon of th" Hpanlards lielng as high III their A LOANTUTHORIZED. Two Hundred Million Franca for Railways In Indo-Ohlna for Franoev Special Dispatch by Cubit to Stand- PAItlB. Dec. chamber of ed a bill authorising a loan of 3W.000.aoo for the construction of rallwufs in Irxlo-Chlna. M. Paul de urgetl the rhamiier not to motley for purpose but ta ttJit a loan of a similar amount for purpfae of hu Id- big and The hulk "f the opposition to meaaure. with- drawn on M. Paul Doumer. governor of IniJo-Oilna. ataurtng the chamber lhat that colony In u prosper condition and able to guarantee the loan without -burdenlmr France. weaUb and puner Oovernor to Begin HlB Law Praotloe In the Mo- tropolls on January 3. By Northern AMOclaled Press: NBW YOIIK. Dec. IB.-flov. and HUck came to town to allrnd a dinner given by Abraham OrulM-r. at which the plans of Ihe law flnn of Olrott It flrtiber were O.iv. nnd Mm. Illa.-k wt-iw of Judge W. M. K. Olrott night. They will return lo Allmny to-morrow. Oov. Black begin Ihe practice, of law at the of the firm In the American building. No. 100 Ilroadway. on January ROBERTS. Tho Htate Comptroller DUolalma AnyDoalre to Succeed Mr. Aldrldffe. ny Northern ALHANY. Dec. Comptroller James A. to-nlght that liov.-elect Ifxwevrlt had not offered him the position of slate superintendent of public works. "1 have no hesitation In laying." said Ihe comptroller, "that I would not ac- cept llii- If It onVtnl to me." _ ORDERED TO MANILA. The Twentieth Regiment of Begu- lara to Oo to the Phil- Dy Northern Associated Press: WABHINtlTON. were to-day by the war ib-part- ment to Ihe fulled Infantry, now at Mo to proceed to Ran KrjncliK-o In tlmr to embark on the transport Bcanrtla on her next trip to Manila. I'pon ar- rival of the Twelfth at Manila It to nrnbJble that one of the first volunteer to arrive at th- Philippine- will return to t.'nliMl on the flw. Foerster and Brix Carried (lot by Order of the Mayor. pedal Oupatcb by Tba ardi VIKNNA, Dec. an I mrlous aeislon of the relcbwmth day. which recalled preceded Count Uadenl'a the prrmlenhlp In November. UDT. Kdler von Ituber. mlntotcr of Justice, anvwering llerr Wolf, the Oerman metn- runhed him flourishing a inpy of the Pan-Germanic aewapaper. the OsledeutKhe llundahau. which Wolf nllta and which had been confls- i ated by Ihe govrrnment for reporting nn offensive Wolf confiscation roguery and brtt- 
                            

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