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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 3, 1877, Syracuse, New York                                VOLUME 28. 206 T.. OCTOBER 3, 1877. :STNGLS VK CENTS. DOWN THEY At Your Own Prices. ALL NEW GOODS AM PIEST QTJAUTf I THE WORLD'S fiOOT AND SHpE STORE, 4 South Salina Street, iflave bought the-entire stock of one of the tint Tolcffruph News'; Mttrksts. 'Suniiibr McCnrtuyi Oemocrtttlc Btato Oonvention; Increnso orUnpotta; Indian Goarmarids; 'Ilcpublican Arouaetl; I'oralatont. Ifino- ronco; The Irrepressible Oilmoroj Notice of Now Books; Peraonnls; Afternoon TeloRraphlc Olspatchea. thiril Towns; County Tax iJftle. fourth Intolligfncc. Admission lu tho Bar; Prominent Characters in tho Hoch'eator Oonvonlion; Current Events iHlscollany; Naaby. LOUAL I'OJ.l'UUS. senatorial convention. The Kepublican Bcrmtorlnl OonvonUoo lor tho Twenty-eecond 'district, comprlnln.il the crranUoa of; Onondnga and Contend, xnoS nt the City tit noon oh Tuesday, to nominate n candidate lor State Senator, Colonel W. H..Chamberlain, chairman of the District Oommittoo, culled tho conven- tion.lo order, and nominated Coloml J. Cnrmiclmol of L'ortland for Tho nomination .wits rntlllcd'by tlio con- r0oVraV.tion ot J. W. Holiistcv of tho l4st ward James J. Btirbcr of Cicero and Jdlin of'the Third wnrti were appointed secretaries, __, On .motion of General Richardson, denliala wore called for, and the secretaries mado up- ijho roll of delegates as follws: COttTLASIb COIIKTV. ftiife-BohUTlerCMioii, Blouard EgbertBon. J. CJ, J. IX w. j.i, Clark. 'oMOXDAOrY COUNTV. 0. Mover, K. il. Harmon, O, to ua anil; abuadant 'w'aat the PrMtduit to doing. :IDK anil nod will tiroifl. cut oral tta nation, 1'oacti, ttaaamf' ami rooil .will donce. In UM ot all our Alreifly ire liem-.e-mryboay  back all my younu people fool very badly IXH ton :wSB Hove got to go to thu Missouri Tor- aiiuo. All ttio Northern Indiana rougbf Into the veservnllon have been rough! la by Spotted Tall and myself. 8P.OTTF.D TAII. The decision -the Great FatUcr'bus mailuutyour decision not ours. You ik mSand my. people to go near 10 the lnaouA river. .wo cannot go near to the river thw winter. Of my dcluga- on li We! ultogetbor iva Imvo douidcd .wo can >i river. It I should "11 mj i peoplo I had been ordered to go tore anci bud sanctioned tuo order, tboy scatter all tbd country. Wo avo picked out A good place and art? wili- ng to 'go on .It In tlie unrtael nt trail' cannot move this fa 'yi fluid like to bn at pence. nd kcci> pence with the whites, but it ia Dposaibie for ua to-move ciway'tlito fall as cttmo1 here for tho pnrponu of picking nt a rjlaco tor a reservation so we may avp oarpoopiu and our children instructed. "ou tofd nib to ..pick out a place for myrea- rviUtov.'and. I bavc ilono so, my Great Fa- liir plenty. of mimcy anil can help, us. Vc wti'JJit: Our .aiioncy. at Kucu rctfUi'Wheris wo are 'ill present; we arc all rep.itrecl ''for winter; 'we don't want to row oiir labors away, If you want us to .row tiat. property; away you should pay for It If yon pay un for it probably wo in move. away, otherwise we cannot. Lut stay tliU winter whore we are and will go- whore, you .want 'us to. In tlio n-ing. SKOIUfrvUiY binOIIZ jplieil Oml the treaties miido it obllgiUory u tho Father to carry provisions for 10 Indians to. places near the Missouri ver. MB GruiU Fnilicr dlij not doslro Ibein i Btay-di'Mlio Missouri 'Ipnjjor id would ho elod to see them settled down i aonie "perrnaattu't place, anil would' give icui (Vhatevcr tho wliltu nation pcrnills in to way of mills aiid wsijoris. Gen. roofcvwould' alii Ibem lo raovoi Secretary each 'Indian a trunk and a ini of raoriBV, -He. concluded with assur- nccs of f rleudaliip and fair doalldfi; The and Sharp s'oac, Friday aiid Black X'oal remained for irtber.uoDfarcncib .11LAUK COA.t, lid Wlien 1 go-tack I am going to tell iny eoplo I was treated jjood, and I want the' ircat Fa'Urot to give mo some SIHUB tolnboot auio. I want Dr. Ii'wln logo lo tbe.Sbos- onos agency to make peace between the boBhonox. and my people, and that they their reservation uoar ours iu the prH'R. -i 81IAIU' NODE .lid: boon treated kindly and not ccn disturbed by foolish people. I want 0 travel wilb. white pooput. Tho Indians re and I all lietc iii.athori- y to take pay on rao and do allthoy can or me. I want my children to' grow nd go luu nijlil roaiL' My head and heart. know tlilo is .good.'1'- Wlion'- General Crook rontcdhlm la go with the whites ho did o.' He renewed the request for wagons coda nudJmowlnjc: ihacbiiuii, and wanted wo small wagons, painted black, for. Black Jda; and lilmsolf. Ho eonoluded with ssk- ng fhat a .Cathollu prteat !x> not frirgoltun. 8CIIDUZ ,gain Bpoke, proralalug lo satisfji their re- meats no far a> possible, A. general Jiand baking closed tbu conference. TboPiesi- lent win present during tho latter part ,1 .Uio conforenci. Tlju dologalca leave Uenteunlal of BurRoyue's Siir- brender. ________......_V Oot. iro'nearly compUjtcil.for tlio celebrslloo of lio centennial anniversary, pi Burgoyne'B mricnder and laying of the'cornw stone of bo inoDuroeot in honor t-Uereor. October J7th. Adilrcaeen willbe made by ex-Qov- Qtorge. W. and WatU Depeyster. will rend ft poem.. The Grand Miutcr of.this iitttto will lay the corner stone. Tha Gov- Foot Connecticut and other Ifoiw England -Willlary, brganteatlonn will '__'_ i The. A'.'VJBi JH..''Aunlvcrenry. K. I., Oct.1 sixty itglittt'. annual meeting of the American Oonuniailonorii of i7oreiKn Mis sioru opened to-day, Key. Dr.; Hopkins, o Wllllanu College, .presiding.: Five corpor rate members reported'tUtd during the year Seven mtalonariei aad eighteen assiiumu added to IhalUtt of loreign more are undernppointmoDl. The yeart jndoma S: expenditures total debt September Judge Taylor. :of N. YJ. ad dressed Ihe board rolwjvo to the mode o Tim JorelgB Scciatiity that' th pTewnt year lias a trying and ovenllu one, at home and, abroad, on .account of th ____ .MUWVHHai flnauclal depression, lae Ims ol tbe Secre- r, fiunint twenty organlzod wu acquired. JTalrefcild oi Obttlbk _ delivsred tb aawulMnnon. ntmat to atuodanoe, man J lading me of tlie dononut New YoWt .Urh wlitt Oct. Qoodwll. aged ptUoMT at Uw o[ Mwcy lo eooaipe fell from UM thin iVuadirMttunrinjuiid. XllUtD A aged waa tallTttnek by an goal. The Democratic Convention nt ALHASV, Oot 2 largo number of to the Dor locratlc convention have nrrircil. baa been going on till section of the aowund'old Icket supporters claim b majority. TITS BTJ.TE' coKinTTKK met at 8 p. si., nrd held o. protracted ees- lon, The queetlon to temporary clmlr- oan resulted In HID Bclcctioa of D. Ii. Kill, of Chemuhg county, by u veto of. 10 to Ii or Otarksou N. Putter. Hill wna supported >y the old liokot at ction, and Potter by those avorlng u new tic'tet. Tliin Indicutca that ho former will have thocouvculion, though- no new ticket supporters chdm thut thu '.ction of the Btaui Commlttco will be re- versed iQ tho conv jntion. Horrlssey is ytry active in urgiui; thitt rnmmany be excluded from tho con- tention and anli-Tummauy iidmluod. At the opening of tho convention tho ale adopted in 18V5, and followed last year. idmittlng UQ Tammany dclcgutcn uttd itill-Tammany bo adopted, antl then iTorrlssey hopes t'lo uommitteo on credeu- luls -will report against 'I'ammuny ulto- There U to-olght u ijcaernl good eellngv though thu canvaming aliowa much arnoiitncsa. Indlijations ara that this will Jo the largust poltt ictil couvuution ever held n this ntata. Tho StatO'ComiiiUteo dincuated till near nidnlght tho motion offered by Purcell, of ho Rochester that tha resolution ba llerod IB tho convention to-morrow .that n omralttee of omo fcotn each lulrict bo appointed upon the coiitcaltid cuts, and that tho dclezs'.ofi from each cou- resalona! district, whoso scatn nro.unoou- eatcd, froni-lbclrdluti'lct. to It Adjourned. WttBhincton Newn. J'AUU Bltl'OJtTll. VTAanuKiTOK', Oct. Ord tulo- rapha 'to Genoral r3hurldun thnt tho reports f the disaster to Llcutetittut Billies nud Col. bailer on Iho Uio Orafido border nre BcnBa- lOUftli Tlio President told'u Louioiana Cougreso- nin to-day thni'Trom what hit BAW during in trip tioulh, ho the wbltc-s nxiouii to accord 10 tlio colored people llullr ult rights.. Tbe trip iitrungthcned ilia coti- iction that hlx Southnrn poliuy would re. outid to the Intertstnf the blntks, iuwliojo welfare, ho iluoply Interested. Tlio 'resident also stated that ho lalaly received cnowcd OB-iuruuci'S from leading Hepubli- an.s of their of hid Southern olloy; Political. XEHATOnt.U. NOM1NAT1UN. Itcpubllciut onptorlal coiivcpliou of Ihc Twenty-.t'ouvtli {strict noininalcd. Peter Hopliins of KANSAS CONVENTION.' 'OPKKA, Oct. S Itcpuhlicau Siulo ontrol committee i iluuicluil pot lu call u onvention tmd1 ii'imiintUfd il. llostim or (Jhiuf irusticu nnd L. A Iliiiuphrcyii for Iciitonmu-Gtw.'rnnr. COUNTY Itlil'UIU.lCAN CONVKNT1OX. UTICA, Oct. Oridloy was ominatcd for t5erjat.or tit tho Republican ounly convention at Itaino to day. Kcsolutious declaring udheMou to the C'ln- inuati platform, particularly with refer- acu to civil 'Stirvioc nnd southern pnciuca- coinmeurllng tho President fur uHHHnpihuso pli-Juui voted flown. loaoliuinnH worn a.lopUiii iliiclarlai; Vtaiul by President Kayus' us by liucola ittiil Grunt and tlio qiioln- ,on froiu'Suiiator Hpuucli at Ho heater .aro for Lhu success of au national. in, ercrytlilug mtl, and in tVviiryihinjr according .10 hu conHtitutloii, thu 1-iw.i and .the common iisu of llli! puopU'. TEatPKIIANCD IS 1'OLITICS. THEHTOH, N. J., Oct. executive ornmitttio of the .ir late" Temperance Alliance.', ndorscd tlio ucijtuu of tho I'toblbttion itut'o Couventwn, :tnil will support' Bing- inm for Oovcrtmi. StlHNEBOTA ilTATI! CONVENTION. ST.. PAUL; Oct. V'-i-Tlm Doraoorutlc Stale Convention nominalcd tho follow- ng: Governor, W.in'.. Itnnnlng; Llcutcnr.nt- iovcrnor, L. L. Attorney General, 'ohn R. Joncsv Hecretiiry uf State, V. T. jlrtciholin; Treasurer, ilphii T. Mciifier; .iuilrond OomoiiGsinnor, H. W. Hall. Tho dlupuic lluycfl' title: congntlu atci the country on the adaption of tho Dem- wrauo. policy of by tho administration; arraylDB) the party for making i.bu puHlle debt payable in com, demonetizing silver, passing tho He- mmption act, adoption protective tariff, nnd wasting cnorniouE ruycnucK; declare gold and silver tho only eonfitiuiliimnl IcRid ten- dor, and that resumption Hhould come as noon us thO' bvudni'Jts mattcra of tbo country would permit and demand a restoration of tho old silver dollar. Mortuary. DEATH 01? A BAPTIST NBWAIIK, N. J., October Clay Fish, for thirty yi ars pastor af. thu Fim Baptist church hera, and nuthnr -of several works, died DEATH AN INVEN-rOIl. ELMAJJKTH. H. .1., Oot. IJIHc, Inventor and mnnnfactttror of mile's mfos, died io-day; The Tfollow Fever. TUB IH VLOniDA. more deaths several neiv cast another physician sick; rnoro phyeicians coming; uddilional nld ilied for. 1 A CUT FUJI SAVANHAn, Oct. Port Royal tolcgr ipbs to this city far help. Nursn and-physlduni The Mayor of this city far kavo been pent. YEtXOW AKJOOOTA, Oct. A qunranlmo is cstab- liaiiedhero again 'a Pott Itoytl. No trumi are 'nllowed to i.pproacU nearer than ton miles. Crimes. A MtlltDBKOBl IHAStp AHD IHXI. Ot., Ock Conjtttblo H. Wyutt to-day WKI probably fatally sho by a tramp ho -fit trylnit to ftrrcit for thrcateninr_n nildont of Koxbury with a rerolvor. Wyatl'i dot ImmadlaUIy dragged the tramp to the gronnd and he so- cured. PniiiusLi'irrJ. Oct. afternoon Patrick White, Michael Moorb aad John Kano The .former waj knocked down, and his ht striking tho curbitono lie died .luutantlf. Moon aad Kane were arreitea, HBI o Oon. Neglaji ot Fenosylranla, indicted md otlien tor cotuplracy to tha OoTernmeal, wu bailed to i day lor .trial KVJEIKCE. RxtmHo, Huipplirey Indicted, for burninc Ltbaaoii Valle bridjfe, who bad previously pleaded guilty turned ataia' to-ilay. Ho con feaaea that he bdd Ir.mp, wbllooac Bmilb satataied Uw kindling wood with o tact to it Tint i HwiiMfc aatnvrJId-waab irncd to deal Ji in. ho uoiuc TIM: (a, bas out aiao here; U JaUl isi a i ol caws. A.acajrrcui. Oct. S. -T WwUBftasi Hall bnlWi. mf vky (Us Tavckaa KMi kUVjd Sfl Ciilmnn 1'orgcrlcii. lKW Oci. S-Aiidltionnl fowcries eciirllics by Olbmui bavo bwn'diB- overcil loiiovtiag licro fouml. mil value a id forsccl amount: bird Biinh, Amcri- an Hunk, 'Jou Jenn- Talmagn it Co.. landlng ccniilcaics, Total ifffifO.DTO. Two or bank lock were iiloo having ccn rated to 1 m-. rugate uf The forecr- wen- on over twn Clilmrtn w in Imiirance bni- Lo. were ni- ge over tony years. Oilman boro ilnlion of u dovoted olutrcb iiionibcr id babbmh Pohool r. The IV slili'til Iho American Kxcluin ;o Kiuk sjiit jw sos would not be heavy, tho bank held ther sccurilics   Jlarlem Ivor Kccutlft Association occurrtMi to-tlay. ho pair car race win by Downs nnd uslim, of Uio in O-.llH- U. Modi id -Mach, of thu Atlanti second. Tliu ininmlnglnpRiillwaa wn.t liy 11 Wuingn- in, of Vale C'ollegc, In t) (M-V. Tho wnlor nglu was won by Ijco, in ho four oared racnwai won tlio Columbia ilk'gu crew in Allanlas second, IhlrJ, Atlilc'lci fourth. Tho nlrw wiw won by tlin nbliuln Dnuntlo: H becoud, rVloud- tip third. Cmirtc, ono nillonrainhl. Tin) Kmrt into nioxico.) (iAI.YKSTON, OfltOlHT Shltflcr'H llcul rcporl of (ho lah> raid into Mexico iiics Hint Kcplvinbcr '.'O'll Lieut, Dullis, lib nlnuty-ouo mi'ii, i' ossml the Itio nindri u ciunp in' Indians, cxt (luy they riinchcil Ili'niollno. n'hcrc n exiriin !i> 1-ullm in'ihe ciiiim nnliraitl. The IntlliinD 'tcr ilcstroyin.i; all Uiu iiu-ny nololilcr- IRO tllnrHtw-'il of. t piuwtt mid it boy ercraiptnrcil, with- twclv i hiirm'S and two tiles bulotlKinjjM thi! Aiiinricanu. Ou tliu iitli Shttller crousal the Urn Grande with :voii ccmpiiules to lend Billies asjluunec if icesHaiy. remained at thtf bcm! of 10 Sun till tho day lien liu learned that H tiles ramped vo milea tip Ihu dtreatr.. Fifty Moiuian avitlry wure discovered fnllowlns llulle's ad, the liuglu viud boon tor Ilulle.-. appt'tired, haviug also discover. d Iho Miixlcanu. The mode no cftort molest Ihu ti-nopii nnd wcic considered too nlKulfluanl to bo' uttnc'icd. Tho troups iirtcd, for the Rio Oranit nnd sliortly tho exicans disutipcixrcil. Tho croSHing Id nicrican tiiila'wos nnfcly Tint IClo OAI.MMTOX. Oct. nth Uulhw' and inllcr'M cuninutnds ri.'H'.n: 'il Irt tltu Amen- in syu uf tlie Gntiule wllliout lowi. ho cxpedtlliMi wits nn Ihu diiinn Sex'vral horRc.i tmd ulcs were I't'caplurt'il. A hotly nf Mexican vali-y kept in hijflit uf tin AinoricauH from e .Santiafjo Itiver lo the Uio fi'rumlc, l.ul tide in) hi'Mllc ilcnionKtnuinn. FO11KION iJTisPATCHE8. Oambett v. Ui.f, Oiit. indued hiu up- .rnl against I ho Hrntuncm-f tliu rllmrml, mul Uiir prolwbly next Con sack Cru LONPDN. Oi-t. Asbury, M, ir wrilc-'fl (roni sinru-.i of {..'osack inrocitlcn. by To AMI Nr.w Vom. I'l-t. t'rtuip unrcftnlJIti JUJlmad lMit.au tlrm. At OovKnmu.nl MoiiAjrml c.'iit. KxrluuiKr liwir.Mi; Jotl.oi-t, Itut inuioty linii I TnuinaiTUatiii 8t.x'fe iuntrtY. lil uluvrwt, >vllji Ihclirliicltml H Slxirp ijt.-k. A lUnukcn A St. 1'Mll   fc i cHl wwl.'rn anil btnui; ltlK New VnrJ. Noy Jil itfK; do Nil 1 rt tttn drmiwid; Tor linn wlUi K f.nr i.> Hituut lor tmiint iu MAUiiuhl for I; nK, .U-M til BKHr,   i No I lijivitii; l (iititx i1 u'utrf fiitUli. 1.1 ivhlttt 4.1. t'oHN, )c Imvi'C; nt W'.; No t Tnlivin nl M: IUn rV: Vi'u 1 do Jtclil .UiiHttliM rer ion, Mli.1, FJEttD i.I...n.1 17.1K1; tun. barloy M. ank B wind lent, far known, lire md McAIUhlor. Ttio former allorcd a Iratt to f'25.000. KOI It need to hie credit n the Union liank, ha u email nccuunt. niui checked i'- out, McAlllMflr vlctimi7.eii Ihu Untun Bank in a ftimlltir unnncr by drufts obtains 1 In Quebec. It IB cnown Hint they hud til 3 four more. 1 V.4, flew ttti-I tew K" livltl at M ftiul i.fti'riitjj .Yi; itl u 1- h' Jvo J to UATH, Hvh Hint r nrtlclopi'juld nnd nin'linufpn'l. fiS; c'l'it'T fiwnUiMJi', iitttllilUl AJi-1 iini! CAN A I- New )i-y   J du Is'o .1 ulilui WnlMwh No '2 I.WHi: Mlr-JiJjrwi l.W; No ifi (Jo I.U'J, IViUS, miiM a N" a JrcUvl 40; Jlvr.. 'i HV lum. ilullaiuttowr; Nu 'I al i ai'v. M ti.ir.. Un'N ImiUictii: 4XOOU  wer lauwd lone n. Urul clap-od oUiera bui'jm M tttdt fine Imttet -npuirt w ic ftumu. for mom, luw bwit paid by the i In thcr Itut tlw i-wece of ywtenUf to froni tlio iJocojutd giJt etbco him iMKk is vnry yood uad tbe nunply -of aucb la wm ai> continue ttutetx ralae to butter 11 ept of this 4UtkU  l.or. HUM. sad h'o a si aul. full -lo tall 1 (.Mi Xo .Iu I -nUwdHKi fioT ii ftiMMIk. bwt iortJi-.v nlninaslsasil nisii J'l'i1 1 ai ryv Mx MAMIkKT. <-'iM. S, MM m. _ i Vt AM r. hrNHlMM:   

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