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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 5, 1877, Syracuse, New York                                racnae 28. YUtfBEK 208 SYRACUSE. IS. Y.. FRIDAt MORNING. OCTOBER 1877. 01-niiA HOUSB Houirn Muniu or 1 n MII AM SVHRIUY, OCT. JU IM> Gil. nu' I rosr NEW Kkt MR. CHABLES PARSLOE 'All MI IV, In f il nud flafi rloti ont tlud Joint pro tl THK HKATHKN HINBB in A i is tiat (I tllory, cmitu ilry n tt Soostor arhy, beawtor Woodln, Hepubllfan stale Commlttoc, Kovlval of Trade, Hulea tho totirt of Appeals, Personals, Aftci- iioon ToleRrntihic Dispatches. HIM NiifthuorlriK 'J'owns, Common Council Procttdinga. _r TAIMMYJllUOTMT Hon. Clarksoir N. Totter Chosen Permanent Chairman. He Makes a Speech in Extenso. A BATCH OF rois TWO Oct. 10 i, ,it Tnwe linn G, rtlll In U on Inrfiiliy Artlirtlo CrMi ANrolNl by 111. u r .ml iimtloii In Hi, (Irani! Military Hi> Infiiiii-ii IH, li nu I, .Um niilucUliMitlil thci list It un linn .ui ,wn UN THE TRtTBT. foe tlw wondmful I li niiiKili in I an purtomi ilbylilinaltlin for at. A SI'OHY on THE llk.4UI will bo rTrim, wltli a Hi-lnixK mi'! i with If 1. rvllUJU" TJitH W nnd fd nl P. pyiSTED SON, IION ARGAND PARLOR STOVE BERLIN COOK STOVE, Brunswick Bo.inont wi M vi." a M io bd'iuliTSoldby Vftir rtithi.r mon- tbun tlio unu'il amount Of wruaifluifj, excn fo- iluiiocrutio convcn tioni of ycim, iho democrats hare con cinilcd their ut Albany anil adjnurm-d Without golni; Into all tho minor (totiiilii. It li sul'ltlont to Miy that Tarnmany anil tbo frli nils of n now ticket liavo bean success- ful, in wo protlicted woulil bo the case, artel tho old tickot mi. with Tifilen nt the bead and Hoblnson nl Fiilrchilil' nt tbe toil, huvo boon completely svorflowerod and ig- nninlniously Thiira'woro soWul points uliout tho ilofi.it Ihut makes it all tho grimter victory for tho conquerors- Tho machinery of tap party WOT entirely in Iho of iho (iid tllM J8 H, wuyi n powerful luvor of advantage, par- tioiiliitly wbcn -nod so unscrupuloualy tut Jlaijono anil bin iwsoclatc s unod. il. Oov Kobliiwn lAonecl nil hh lufliionco unil powjr to ailvmico thu inlorcatu of tbo old ticket men Ifo naiwl u manifesto nud ro- tho ,ns tlio ofQcial organ of the ntlmimstnmoM, lo nomlnii tioiiof tho proK nt inoumiHints, und spared no otcrtlons, olthrr offlriul or personal, li> force llui old ticket on the pupplo. Tlio rUnte Comnilttio iinder tUo leadership of Miigono. stopped ut nothing, just or iinjuit, M ijivu their favorites tbo ndvanliigc 'A iiotiiblo Instance ot this wiii tlio ndmKilun tlii- mitl-l'miiin my dalngaten, and tho olu-tkm of D n Hill, ot Chehninff to Illl tho olllio of temporary cbnir- mun, nbo was expected to rnnko up tlm committee in mieh u mu'luor us lo givo Ihu old Helta Uio mlvnntniio )Jut the Conruiilum rebuked llui 9tnto Committee anil Hiiiibbod Mr. Itlll by Ihu appoint nii-iit of u tho Committed mil of liln linndn, unil making up n Committee on t'reUontltila of Mends of tlio niw tlUtut Ilitaconimittio without hesitation admitted thraoTnmmunydolcKatoii und excluded tho Antl Tummnny mon, tliim in one sweep inkling sixty-thru) voted to tho already Htl OUR innjortty of tho null Tlldou mon On tlm ill-irusslon of tlio of Inking tha nppuiiitniontof the committee) ou nut of iho hund-j ot tho temporary presiding mill i r iff tlio convuntion, Mr Uugor of thiu city miido lliu iililust und fiilrly lulled Iho convention 80 cnlhumas- tu wiro tho mlvocntes of u' now ticket i.l thu i (Torts uf Mi Ruiror, Unit he hnd dillleiillv m prevent ug The Stock Anathemas Fulminated. RESOLUTIONS Duly Tie Ailommtratioi Rtetites a tWescenJing an! Clatuies" Putted on tlii) Buck. The Hypocritical Rochester Convention. Allou C. Boach Nominated, by a Vote of 2JS7 to 144, for Sec- retary of State. MoGarry, Fifteenth, Sylvester M. Vim AUtyao, Sixteenth Samuel Hand, Seven- teenth, Emerson Davis; Eighteenth, Jolin C. IfoUeubeck, Nineteenth, Daniel Magona, Twentieth, Willlum Arficnsinsor, Twenty-first, 3 M. Slinw; Twenty-second, Conslock, Twenty-third, Harvey y. Bedell; Twenty-fourth, George H Gnadwln Twenty-flftli, Alrln T, Nyw, Twcntj sixth, Jlilo GoodtloU, Twenty- seventh, William 3 HnbbcU, Twenty- rlirhtli, George Vf Sfcuuyler, Twenty nlntli, W B Itutrzles, Thirtieth, Sands Colo, Tlutty llrnt, .rncncs V, Shepherd, Thirty, locmul N B Gutiwliell, II C ICingnbury. TOT, tOUll LOCK Mr. West lafcrrod to the for nu opportunity of consultation among the moro tlian a hundred dclcgati? just art- mlttul to and moved u recess until four o'.lock Carried i 'jl'liat uusy OE iMitthiie Infamy uonn anil p iie murk ot l pwvontteg OUT qul ok forcelfulneia or enijr condonation ot ft fioinralimifttmiptuia Tiruceuant, for ruttiro out- rwsi especially ami peculiarly upon the Oaaoentlo party a! thte StateToao of whoto most Hmctejoiis nas the Freufdent octiiiilly eluxenhy tho nation XatlMat, That Houaeof rtimervo tba thanks of all nuilou and lovarn of lilwrty for their Jttrt MrmaTbttlio emrctoo of tho most anolBnt wd YSIuaWo privilege! boionidntc to U-o roprenentatlveJor. thu people la all coiwtltu uonol Kovnriiiriflntt to appropriate money fop tlio BT.plHirt ot soKUern to llo UMil In llli-KUl or lies any portion of tho That tho prcoent national tidmtntatra Him, br Its ivlthdrawal of IroopB troni Bi uth ana from MlMullanaoiu uncomtl- nitlona anrt onprealrc InMrferonott wiUi tlio In- ternal altairn ol stales, lias fin .that respect Uio vicious priHiOdwIiiutH of tho Hi parly nnd followod1 tin) vourso inarKeu Ottt by tlio federal constitution nnd to vhloh pemocrata Btand plodtteti ana It l> KOod citizens Democratic party of 'ft reaffirms tba WUowine rlo Oleol t Comptrolloi-. lav .J iimes Jlnokin for Troasimir us JtkVhooniiuiker for At- torticj-GonoiMl. Horatio Seymour, Jr., for AfturnoM Oct. Convention rcas- sunbliil lit Mr Mltohell, of Now i ifercd tbe following Ittnht 1, That Hie Democracy of Now York In Convention tutfiombled, ftcnd (rrcotlrifTH tit tho inocroey of our staler tttato of New Joraey, und ooncratuliite tlie votdm of that Suto on the noml- imlion of tho patriot and soldier, den Oeoreo 13, MoClellnii. Tho resolution was adopted by tbo Cob vi titlou rising and giving tbrco chcors, nit: I'httMAj. UNI' OIIOANIZAIION ilr JJroolte from tbo committee on per- manent reported tlio following, fn miiitct t Preside N I'ottor, of 1'ui 1 Godwin, JcinMt Uiunliraii. Johnll Uoilglia.Ureinitor V tl. Duff y Thomas ShleKAuthony ElcHiofT, flinmel A. Thomas Unnlap, Aujjiustiui Hush L 'Jolo. Hainunl O Uonrtney, B O. C Jl ____ 0 AibrVn JohiJ Ivi's, SyiviuiiiB Houirh 1 1-iitrlo, HllerUlinmiilln. rjhar1 lam oorhuew, lohn H Ddj o, >fenry 3. Uogue, J. llmrors, U Andrews. J McEnroe 1 Bvlviunu IlouRb 'ihiM. _____ MfjLoSth. B P ------if Ij Jenlrg, It II, WUllanH n K.llarc 'Illlotnon, rutnrO Boyle, J.r Phlllljw W. Smith, Janies Laa- i, Hi nir ft llrst rat le of n i at Oofy nil HUtvm iiml t n l k. unlit ot JOBBING AND TIN WORK E rilOMITLV XT UATK In our will flnU It to tliftr adviuttiigtito irfvnuH ncnll our old 77 SOUTH SALINA ST. MEDICAL. H T. CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT TJ C IT TJ Carmine Ink Wrappers and labels. Owing to of urlnlni roelpo anil 1 bnvu uhniiKvU my WTH em. which in futuri) will prlntml lu uirmlhr OW IICK dill not y'a pio- 11 cm from nouiliuitiug him for Lho olllco of Attiirticy llenenl, us n pointed iobuku to thu lively little ilnii-Hiuiiy wlm bus rattled urouiiil lu that fur tl.u past two yimfi I Tho ttctimi of iho cpmtniiteu ou croden tliln und Iho nildrinies of thu Tauimany dologiitei aottlral th tjiiealiou of a now tick at. lint tho Anti-) uiiiminy men Sive up tho light lite second day feedings show that tho contest woo Jtopt up until thu lust, nsd not a point was yielded, oveupt under prcneuro irroslstlblo fdrco, and iho old ticket imd Anti-Tiimmau y men wont down with their colors nailed td tbo raiiHt dov, Hobinsuu lmt caste with tlie Dtimo criitu by prontitutinij bis higU ofllco to tbo intoresL.1 of -i faction Little Kdilia Tililt n'n favorite heue imau, wm absolutely hooted from tliu itago, and the uumo of Fulrcbild, futUer and son, vras ruculvnd with denaiou. Kully and Morriswy tbreat- oiied and shook Ilie-lr pondorouu llsls In each otlieri I Tlolout and turbulent demon- atr ition1) wotu freciiioiit, both in lliu lull and la tho corridor i ot thu IioU'ls, and tho committee rooms, bul they Dtoapod short ot actual assaults on each otbor with flnta, ciiutentluK thi-maolvoH witii bandying op- ptubioui uplthuu, mid threatening; duinousuationti. In u word, however, thu victory of Tuui- initiy uud the now ticket hi aud tbo niuuos oa tho tickot nro u matter ot llt- llo eoiHe'nuouco, oltuer to tho vlctorj or tbo pnople Tho prluoipla In what they cuo- tenduel for, and the- triumph lu coiupleto. Of coiino (be dofunted contostimts aro soro. Tho "swourlnu trulu" hud an mtlior nnd ttoreer crowd tum> ovur bqforo, and if tbe New Jfork city Kupublicann aru prudent lu their inimagornont, Humotblng of inuoli ad- Yuntuijii i.na bo made out of tlm Democratic dlaputu, both for tho Itepublicaiu, city and atitu liekuts. Wo hopu they will bo wise enough to lako adviuuago ot tho circuniatnncos, Hail do something to ounblo tlie Republicans of the it ito to carry tbqlr Htatc ticket. Tbo convention wan cnllqd to orderTburs- dav morning at 10.10 The Cliulr unnonnccd (but the "a credentiuls would not bo ro idy to t'oport for llttee-n'ortwenty minutes .Vr Iledell, of One-Ida, inquired wheUn r ihoro would lie any objection lo tlio np- polntment by tha temporary cluilriiimunr tho committe-ea on pcnnaiient oiganlwtion uud rcsoliitloin Mr. On-one, of thought It pie- maturo tu take liny action on those coitmiii- till 11 hundred contested ntmll lnu u boon decided nnd thecominittuuon tlals bo present [Applause At U word wus received fiom illjo crode'iitinlrt tcimmltloo tlmt they wore cou- iiiderlng tbe lust contestant BiibmjUral, uud would report in half un hour Mr. Show of OIBOKO, said ho understood a memboi of tbo lout Legislature bus suvurul npeecbuii ho was unible to innko in tlmt body, wliicli tho uiomliorct uf thu couvoutiou would liku to hoar. Ho railed upon Mr 8pluolfk to deliver one of these ppciiobiB (Liuiylur-r and applmmo Mr Spinoln clinrged that iho IiDgblaturu of lust winter wuij one of fmud and robbery but uaid fmudii and robberrJci were noUi- ing compared with thu fiaud porpotmtcd when Hayes wns made President ITo then Kan, Jainiin U Hi rney, rjomtniok: uniujibi-II T J Uampbrll, K 1) aalo, II lili', Bllohucl aitinlininonn Klchard II. yuhioy William I Arehly, Mahdoilllx, J n Ilenodlct, AVullnm I John U I uxtollo, WIIMniti Mo- ThomaaCantvnU (lad.Tf I. .1 Clone, H Loo Uitbrock, II I) OTKoif i, J S Orrnino B II Blflele, e' W. Unmiot, oil Oa Henry Tirom- r. Win William unohuo, Hurlcan, ervtood Jwnes Thomiu doii, William Nicholn, William It 'Iratj, i, H (1. rierson. J Tlio uport waa agreed lo. Tliucli.lir nmiomiHl AJoasrn giiholl nud it comniltee lo conduct tho permanent ohtiirman to thu platform. Upon the appearance ot Mr Poller he was ith npplnuso, ami to ndiliess Ihe oonvution follows I'OTTBlt'B ntmitton KBW YOliK. mMBoSmcisFioMc, A untl HtutlthCu) AT SSVKS PER CENT.. OX FAIIMH In county, and w ntrally looatetl 15 to city properly App SyraniM, Sept. 18T7 rlV AUar vf Yojex, M OlTVU K NOTICK 13 HJBRKDY GIVEN. PUB want ta Ihe lUracUcwi U Tltto a, UTof the Lawi of WO, Uala linof alllauuTue ijIjBid hi and of hi ao ol awl tkat aatiigr kt. and wtk.) ot aaftTw (Jfcjf.., Wi i hi 'i.r.ottxMnr Potor W Hopkuiw, ol Uroomo beta for Stale Senator by tho Itopublicana or thu D telnet. The Court ot AppoalH day caltiudar tor Friday, October 5th, la na 97, 157, 10, Ul, 1CI, 103, 143, 170 A from UiebmoniJ, Va., Uf. Tfaompaou Morkoa will, Uo take hla suwt in "December, but ver bo able to use orutchcn or cano Prtsidout VamtorUlt. pf tho Now York Central and Lake Shore ruilroiulB, aanonuces an adTAncu ol fivo oect, November ui, upon tho pay or all omploycsurbowpajwas reduced per ct.nU but Julyt and who roccivo less than ijii 000 por nnnum, 1.X InUbm Cummisilonor SuiHb, who has been uppoiDltd CnlkU Stnlett conaul at Montrual, dolaya accepting poaltioa un- til ho hRa mado some In Uio Ohio campaign, whereupon tha Troy stKUlUcantly iwka whether VbU not sown like whipping tho dovil the iturapk in vlo'.v of tho civil sor- vico Kofoiia order TticKlay Ohio and Iowa hold State Ohio olocta full State ticket and a which UoUcd SkiUft Soimtor for ft (ovm of mix coiwtituUoaal emtnd- rut'UU will bo vottd to ro- tbu ainto judiciary aud otluir to atnhoru: frae IOWH chooaev A Oovcrnor, other and Ifrture. detailed his experiences in thu Legislature, and bin conlcatB with tho member from On- ondngit known "Old Salt (Laughter) At noon the Committee ou Contented Scats entered the hall, ivhru Us chairman in tdo ruport In favor of seating tbo Corn- dologtitlon from Albany, tho MoLuughlln delegation from Now York, uud in favor oi excluding tho utul Tnmmany delegation f rota Now York, nnd in favor of tho delegates from Orleans who were yostirdayCncceptod ds regular by tho acliuu "of the State t'om- iniltuu, no contesting credentials from Or- luuna having been presented with nay slgna turo attached, also iu favor of tho Murphy or regular delegates from Itcnnnelaor. Mr. West Bald the Investigation was at- tended with miioh gopfitmlmr testimony- They   of Shriridftii ami we injfiht thus hnio still continued throughout the South, the saino tueMurottoC oppro.wlon, the aflino orRftnlxatloxt to control the colored 'vote, the tame nupport or the carpot bag rtile, the name effort to tho won erty of tljat motion Hubordltiatti u> wlitlcal uao to which le tuut horetoforo aubjeottMl, Now, whether trrciiit shall havo the right to govern themmuvcK or shall be kupt unu6r the rulti oC Koltnfifgt. and bytlw alrtot foil, pral troofii, IH K quwitloa Utat ought not to be Joft (m any man's will nor to the occidental choice oC any convention Suoh ought to be Bottled by law and bo bt-yond discretion, and ivhlU wo rony well bo thankful that slnoo diacroiloii IH. to bo uacd, tt htm fallen into the Imods oE thosu that uvtt it wisely and jutttly au Hr Hayes has done in thin regard we shall novor have diacJinrged our duty to oursolveu, to our children and to Rood povemmont until we Imvo dono our part to put an tmd to a condition of that Admits ot o tho conuit of tio toward tha frowtiould not forRotthat self K-ovemment perniiwiou of man la tolerntloii but t troedout. Jforyou tvlU obsorve that woowo Ic tlm of'iho Cincinnati C ct IlopubUcanq linro Installed nn O nbuao at all, that tho protect Ion of thu pooplo of all the ettttcfl against military UBurpation, aud cnrpet sovornuwnt under faced aud iiu- It beyond the Uon or violation or any man But tlm action oC the Prosldeoc towAnl Uio Bouth is not Ihe only part of his comluct whJcli liait been remarkable. Al- though men e dependent upon the support of offico Itoldorflthanperhapii ouyPrepldetit whopracedotl tiijtu, rtlnce liUlxutJoritj fa throo of thu principal otattw hardly equalled the mtmbor of Federal ofllco hold BIH, yet ho has declared that lor which hin folloiveni contended uhall not be civon thonu Whether 1C thla he really meant, bin intftr -will Mutala Win it may wail. be doubted Already leading Republicans declare ilila purpon j to be Impracticable and to be In pure hbaudonud. lio one put Uepnbllcami iret otnoo; onier ofntuvt the ot In politics la uefiwl wtd hu adtlon denounced nnd to- pudiatod at> the convention of hla pwty lii tho State of Uie Ujiioii, FAT be It from me to of the I'rurtidfint'H action without respect from eurBTBtirm of clrll jwrvloe from uaatcnlttMlo of thu Federal patroneKo aro (to ttroat any honecd effort rid ot them ought to be farorod, aod for I say tliat1 X heartily ranpect tho President and hut tu junt no far they utt earnogtly and honuHtly or- lojc to Into effect the reform to which they mako olaUti But mbottld he mccoed hi wlthhold- inx from Mlowere ttoo 'jpAtrooaffe tOMWiuw which thoy 6u traced too whole ot J.he cure for oxtoUnfC ovlln wouldJitUt be and tnuaalenL' agiiln, ponwaal reformation a perwaai 1> Iwt- than a parHiud Rovenuuent by Onwt. but the rutoraiatlon propoiied It OM la aOmlniatratlott. No ono bvllitwa uiat had oaoloa of conTon- Morton or Olaliw, we thouU have heard asvtuuw.ot ntethou of dlnxMtac FedenM uattOMffe te nropowd by the fnwldeat. and If he uaa utfoet m toh raloirm It will, be purely a boflnnloj; ud with never seeuire real civil avrvlce reamrma tba nUowlMK princIj-leB, net forth In platform adopted In 3974 and now endowed byinrRo maJorUfcn of thw rotors of thliutaw; Dxcusuvrflh or puracrwjcs, (3old and nllvflr tho only hnnil Under, ho cur rency incOnTortible -with coin Steady to- wt.rU Ho atitp backward non- eft }My7nent of the public debt In coin, aact (he SAoroaprejutrrotlon of the publio faith ltevcnui> reform ft tarllf I'orrfiienuftonly. Ko gOTornniont partnership with proteotec) mononollfK. Jiomu nrle. To limit antl mont thu few poworn to public etafcp and federal? nocedtrallzntlori; oqualandox arc justice to all men Ha laKUlatton; no iwrtlnl taxation, official entorcod no privatn usa of public fuadfl br pilbilcoCflceri corporatlntta t'hMtenxl bv tho nUtt by tlie otnttt In tlie people Tlio party In power i-esponniblo all wliila In pow- ur oconomr In publio that labor may bo lightly burdened, Jiff-oiled, That we orp Opposed to tho gnuituicr of mbakUba thogoyoriuuentllo oomoratlmis orln- tlh itlvaUi for the of railroads or other Internal as urmeoeuhary, Ixvyond thoyoopo of tho fedwai power aud inovltably pro ductajBf corruption, JliKirtfi. That wo ooncratiitAte Die wliole peonld nf this state that, tha aufform? to which the I ft bo ring ctawen have boeu for years BubJecttidUn oplto at their failure toobtJiuire- mtmuratfTo omploymvnt, oiid thu UltUir priuulonit which hftvolH'fln impaptHl thorn thereby, thoy have endured them cAUinlttoH for the most part wlthpMlenco, wlthuut dtoordor or vlolntlonoC tho publlo and we ftoolaro that It In through thu ot equal aud juul lawn, fftvorfnimoonuclaapatthnexnanBG of another, a Htui-nrcfusJUon tho of bodlcn to vle'd to thn of Hraiplnjc monopolies and the doorewio of publlo fraptmditunw and taxation totluvlowtiatpirtfOtlcablft uolnt, that the laboring cla Men of the country, with whom the Democratic nlwayn atronjtly nud In tod icon tly nym- hi zed, aru mainly to nnd ofTeUual und porn'a- iiont J-eliot. J tfcfi id, Tliat favor a uniform and oqultabln   reoklean disirttfird of duty hlthtjrjo uithoufc prdcodoiit In our iiistoryk nnd aimti n blow nt the very root andifoundatlon of repruBonlathe government, thatthlsaot, thoinoHt rnvnlutlonoryond Uwlowievor ventured upon oreu by Uiat omtlonary and tawkisn partr, rumlers It innbiiMmuiule to the praMrvttlon ot the right of representation that tho power Ahould IMI wronttid from lu Imndu at tho coming oleaUon Thiif tho hypocritical promUc of apimiclouutont appfftrluR In tins rvdolutions of tho recent KoLhetdcr Contention. Is upon lw facn a and Iruiiiltto totltte rotmtltUtlon, It boldly calJn for lilruut valuation ot tho orjrauio law In itt'inand- InK that amount of population, should hn dirtro oC rotten borough" main tarmil to prevent a preponderance off the Inhab- ited over uninhabited portlonn of tho lln Doinocrmcyof Now York In CunvenUoii ni- pudROd thenuelvca, their noml and uiolr ruprusontativoa In tlio Seimtu and aaaanibU .to follow and funrtosK chfof to load in refornilntc tho udminlatrdtion at our [trrut canals so lonp Kpolled in their construction, ropalra undimtsiiilcfl, tocarrv on with pur puso and wiw moamima to tho ulTJcloncy oC departmental publlo works nnd and iiurphc In rcduolnp; our etato tax. i proof or tholr devotion to thin work, they point to Cm Its of tho Illustrious otf mluJitnulonoeaoiMrnorsTUdtm and Itoblnson The t IvJl Horvice of thoritaU] been purlflrd, oconomy pmdooco baun Introiiucttd in STNOLH COPIES, IM VK over} depiirrrnimt, offondora aKnlnvt the law, do faultara in unbUo fuudfl embezziinjj; county tnwa unv, awfndUnK coutmctoia und thoso who havn riebaiichcd nnl political havo been retentlwtnly prosecutcii. Mr Ueebo ottered the following and It wou adoptml Jietotred, That tho eonventioc jiroiccd to uomlafttu. In tho uitual maraer. candtftotos f oi tho various oflloot to bo flileif at the unaulnff KentraJ uiectlon la the order nainad In tho election uotico fllL Thu Cliftir unnoUncort Lhtit' thu first uomi uatith would bo f or Seorclury of State. Mr, Urown, of Jftiloraon, iu n strongly AI.UI.N I 0 DIIACU, [Applause.] UcWitt, of Kings proBUHcU tlio of- Jolm Bigelow [Orcut (ipplninu NOMINATION FOR COMPTItOtLKlt. The chair annt uncoil tbo next nocainit tlon to be a caudit] ito for (Comptroller Mr. Bchell of Kew Tork: prcscntfHl in u hiql.ly cnloglatic the uanio uf Treo (idok P Olcott for comptroller Mr Mngcr of Steiihon county noconclett LJjo nomination o' Mr Olcott nmlmotctl that it ho mitJo by icolfttnitton. Sir Parker, of Albany, hopctl Uio tioml nation would thus miule, and tho motion was (jflrrled amid great applause KOU 1 HJiASlTLHH The Clmlr announced tho next nomination U> bo that for trpnstirer Mr Whenton nominated James lluckin, of Diitclicss, imd onioned his tions. Sir. Goodrich, piuscnted tbo namo of Charles N Koaa, of also In a eulogistic speech Mr BoDton of Delaware, nominated O Si Almben ofDolaware, Mr. Beach of Onondnga prcpcutcd the uiuno of Emory Qnrncy, of Wnyno county. Mr J S Thayrr mistnlncd tlie iiomlnti- tlon of Treasurer Ktisi. Mr. Beobe xirgcd the nomination of Mr. M acker. Tho convention than proceeded to noml mite a foi Treasurer After tho voto taken and before it was announced, u largo number changed their voten to Mackin Mr Jones, of Stiuben, asked tinaniinous consent to move that Jnraoa Mackio he nominated by lamation, which won atad Mr Maclan won (hns nominated amid applause. I'OK The Chair then announced that thu next, Qpmlnatton would for Attorney Genera! Mr. Ilollenbeck, of Essex nominated Artemuo B. Waldo, of Esfle5r, and eulogized his qualifications Tor tha poiftfon Mr. Stflwart, of Ulster, nominated AugUh- lui HchoonmBkcr, of Ulster, ana him. Mr Parker, of aeeoodcd the nomination of Judge Bchoonmaker, Mr. Hand, of Albany, proposed tho re nomiqation of Chi S Faircbihl und proceeded to rolicarsa tho scrvlrefl ho had performed In bclmlt of tho Rtafc' lie dc- clftrcd Uiat lua opponents consisted of thotu who Wftro subject to prosecution nnd uhn nro being proHucuti d. Thene ho repeated wcro his enomlcH, and ho Mkcd if thin con- vention should givo uccd to iny mch onpo nents.. t BIr. Covertt of pro sen ted tho nauno of Judgo John J. Armstrong, of Quoons county, unt3 ipoko terms of hiu qunlillcatioriB Hqnry Clinton, of New Ytirk, minc- tioned fiomlnatu n of Senator Hrhoon- makcr Lie "said ihoro was uot a voier in Now Yorlceity or county who did not differ with Jfafrchild with regard to his prosecution of the Tweed ring Mr of Clinton sanctioned the iiomtn Uion of Mr uldo. ani) iipokf of him in iho hfglipHt terms >f iippioval Mr. Uallnn, of jjrtaentLHl the nnino of 4 Thonioa f of Oncid i Tho ConvmtUm Hi u procoetli'd to nomi- nate u tandidulu for Aitornuy Qcncral Mr. AugustUtt htehoinmukir was named by J25 memhcra, ChnrlcH S Kairchllds b> ArleraiiB H "Arnldo by .15 'i ho Chair anuount cd the nomiuntlou of Mr Hchoonmuktr, Mr. Weed moved tu niako Mr Schoon- muKor'a nomination imanimoiu) UarrU tl 1 HTAFC IttkOINBISXl Tho chair unnnunccd that, tho IK noun nation wna Stale Kagiueei1 and Surveyor. Mr West prosentptl the immo of Horjiio buymour, Jr of Om rdu (Great applause) Mr. that '.ho nomianliou bo by ai'clamutlun, but Ah Mbftk pro- Widespread and Damag- ing Results. i A Jliidfion Khor Ti aiu Thrown I'ron Uiuiiiite-t- tlio Ktoi-m SoronadlniK and Spoeoh Making at Albany. IIAI Tiuiini On 1 j- ruin Miirm eventnC1< thu north-utju in umr nt tern Kclionx of tui-cllj iM-re lloodcd lulliantlrrimon trim. blunndonn 'Iralus me sevornl culvcruwiuhcdaiitor .nlierwisu ilnmueed between Haltiuion- and II o HIP norm wirt ITO ut 1' irt Drposlt, tlie< llooili-d to Hie lln-t lloon of iw erul l.ouscf Hide, II K I'ot-Hf id i i-siu, Oct MILI i uloiiR ;hc Hudson all iliu Increased in fury tonight At nViuhnui near liivirdulo mi i ngiuo, t t irn, our and   10- biillt li in fcaroil the dnnm i bj prove marly (.-rent us b> 1 In! Lite im- rmtirioiiM IN 1'nir.ADici i IMA, Ort I lu mlu interfered with irunl Tialm d< tnlnnl at I'  Urn unun.ui.ulv I, tloi-alitn nit n ow ,f i unit at 1-nlkl.taltlutKi.ii >1" UN H 1 1.01 11 hoi. lul, lt the I t, n J r Ariiu M nt re Umr f ,i l r i tiru nlnniQ umr }iti troll I il. I wlio iri' 1 riiiKH i: 1 u M U 1 lilUi imd i Cnu run Hour. V M I T! I.I) AM) I Nlllrtl, InililMr'U.V t U In rtsj rJntM r IV himn Owrxxoni m. ill Mini i oi n in, ixt Wi.'ru tlnll, IMU nun l.n t. Miljw and tempoi ur boflnnloj; ud with him. No, HhaU never seeuire real civil relfirm until tn tlia Oct. 4 appeal Ovo of the Oorreclloual TiKail will bo limrd Octolor lomiHXMllXU Kl'kaniCKU A m stilfesio by tlw Buraiuix Una Iieft IM tht, Jximle that tka MtuMioa aorlotin The cleclioos man liecido la to bo oat at MiaoMl. power by shd ojericaj aad abaolu- I ;bl Influence or lixt aaUoa orwlollMlf. called to order again at T. M., tho roll of Coacntatloa- al dislJrictifoc ooaumitow waa oaHeiJ with e following rotiill: dlntrlcl, Krutui Brooks; Second, Jacob J. Uerjeu, Third, XtcsMtj Bennett; BiKbtli Tmeant NlntS, ________ ______ _..-_ Koanwy; B. Thaytr; Twelfth, JamwH. Hobertaon; W. HTLtdlw: yourtoanth, Thornton A. eo, x- U-oaUi, Jamei Jonwj Seventeenth, Onnoaa MoFmtlane. Wgbtoento, li. K.i Grant; Ninc- Uootli, Cliarlw Anlhwrr; Mar- tin _____ H. Corty; TwMty.ninth, Joha ThirUtLb: Oook Jokn Ctlfford; Tklrtjr-Mcood, SBtt llaoo S. of aU appointments la ttlskrib- uctac tlM) arpuatminkt of local oMoea la wily tp loiaHtlei, antl maklnff tvaura of date for a Uxwl ovll of tumnnDUA patronacv, wlU 1w patrouaga gnatar, than Uiat or nay oLvQbwd aud yittwfiiekwaslntho IMI Inslxalflcaat our fallta la inafcv proyulom In najwrt to -.-----over From tbo bufbuligc of thlt Qorarn- Iweu iuid It partr ,.._..: Itaduty i boKtontnc IM i Inslxalflcaat Uiat our fallta la inafcv uroyWoa In rwjwrt to It Prom txicbiBligc of thlt Qorarn- bntomtpanaaMntpa Uiat the grax Damooralta parti whlclvrou repiv party or limited and localbml Itadutr wd Purjiose alioula buto ond. aaJAeturnlnc i hitwferawM by (cderat troopi that Imwaaikles awl tat mtaanwHiIl law anall uarit the pow. feal or or vhloh with mnrfiMinc caatratoatiiHi llbathaTacdmatoOoiwnaaalKraMatrin mrsacb iLhaiixM in Uw- tunHamimul lav M akall natttat tho powers of Ooncmai Drlraw uranta, aU klada ot .waoaa) laaialatloB. aa It kaa baoi ggrwrt onlisa iwd found cMullUon at to (Mcenaiii of meoaaa llonlj id hanaoalowilyni to ba choaen Uw itlM prtadiMi (ha Coa- and w thamaaut ave aalaottoi of Mi pamy nud h Tlio Cluilr rcbuktd Umio who hlasod imd DeWlu protcodcd asking thtit lio bo Riven a kind und respectful healing llo said ho premiatud the immo ot John Jlfgolow it WAI iluo to pnrty Hint lio lio roitlnucil In Ills placn It wtm duo lo Iho UIUMJ of reform ao opportuuely ixnd curried for ward uo imcceBafully- hy Samuel J, Tlldcn and Uio olllcurli nivcn to him by the people of the Btnlc. Llo warned the convcn tlon ou clinnginR front on the question ot refoim U would be fully tantamount to suicide. Ho said he liatTlx.cn a humble follower uf tiumual J. Tildcn In Ills crmiulo ugllnat robbery nud in ffiror of reform, ivnd lie exclaimed "Qod forbid that 1 aliould cry out 'I know you not' in Ms dny of ciuclflxion [Giout Ho aald he fitood hore m Ahe name of the Governor of tbo Suite ami the rOil President of tho United Htntci to nominate n cbmnuiu of Samuel ,T. Tllden, now in Paris, for (secre- tary ol State I Mi. of QtBt'go, uoininuted Aurnm B. iVi'tivur, of Ouclda, nod of him In Rh terms. Mi. lUiiicn at Monroe, seconded tlie noinl iiatlon oflllr. BiRolow. lie pnsaod in re- view tlio of tho ptrty for the past four years, And mud Lbntlho Dcmeicratlc put} WHN now Invited to turn out tha man who bad led them up tbe golden inure of notary. He mid )t WM ungraleful to Jolm Blgolow to) dldcurtl him after tlio lio had iloce tho Democratic Hr. Bcebe, of Sulliran, ioDowed, and Aftor referring to tilt having stood Bam- uel J. Tildtn na Governor and for the Pri H- decUreil thnf hodld not think he hjuljicou or WM about to be crucified, Ho Cited fact that there WM ao precedent for tlic raeieciiou of state offlcen 18GO. Uiurctnre tha obligation of reiiomlnalixe prewrit 6nes dkt not rot on the conven- tion, Referring to Alien 0 Ifcocli he euld, Gov. Robliuon had name to the 'Senate lor Superintendent of the bank do (Urcat appluuc.) Ho cloned by) HKlWDg that ho would support the numiaatton of Allen C. Beach until the oonviintinu refused to nominate him. (Great Mr JM C. Tliajorof Now York, Bald it was t.u extnordlnary apcccli tor any one lo mike Item la n Democratic convention that thlt Governor and that cx-Qorcrnor dnlrm the noninttion at cnrtsin onididate for a- cciulo offlM. If .DijelDw lAomld bear Uw glittering fromKlnpi or tbe forcible tiarranKUo; of the genUeoan Ircm Monroe, hi will "God save me from my friwdil" [Great Iwtghtu and ap- I nfirnawlot imadawT 4. -ronpu Oir THAJIKS Itr. Brocks, ot Rtebmond, cbainuaa of tbti committee on permanent ocgaolcabon, otlcred following which waa adopted uuaoiroouj.y: Kaalna, T bat aaOiankaof this coovwUoo to B.HUI for auccMafalnunaerwwlaelr mot u ttnjxk- Mr. Cliotcw, chairman otlbecomuiitUwoa AUoptadt Ihu BetUtxl yoateiiiay, awl it the BopJlnttion of Allen 0. BHeh and tha defeat ot John Blgotow. What IHrnoeracr wanted a real a nloriB In men welt M in numiirw, Hr McQaade, of OneWa, >aid that al- would be to wcood the nomination nude by Ut, Shaw, lie felt boood to stuta'm tfee nnBtnatton of John BlflBl'JW. Mr. Klatelln, at Ktoft, itutalaed the of John Blidow. Iff. Went, of wot spoke and laid any one particalarntaa totke safety ot party, He nutaiMd Mr. Kile luaUlocd Uw nomi- name of C'lin i Hilton of Albany.' Judge Cochrnne of SViatchustcr, prc'cnt- oil the nimo of Horace Loomm, of West cliesttr. The contention piocccdoil lo vote, but belore Rroccodtne fur Sir MeQaade pfaltd to Jlr. Mon c Iho name of Hilton 10 voto for tha iinmin ilioii of beymour by nrcliinmtlon Tir Mooki BIIH) hu could not resist tho temptation find mm tlio motion, which wns curried with a ppltiusij Mr lirookH moved that i commmeo of five oe nppoiDtcd to inform tho KentlcroLn just nommutetl, carried, Hnd AlciwrK Brooka, Witt, Hand, KlnsUlii and QrccnB wcro pointcil osauoh committee. STATJt COMSttTriCK MlCUnEtU) The followlue membprs of tUo Stute Cell trul Committee weru i nnounccd 1st district .rolmli Sutphln, 2d, Wllllai J) Vcodcr, (Id, lYllImm A Fowler 4th, Francis Nolen, nth, Henry A. Ourablcton, 8th, 1'hlllip II. Uhodca Till, Eilwurd n (Jilu, 8tb, Kdwnrd II Donnelly Ulh. I'Vccl Smythe, 10th, Job lCUIy, lllh i Bchell, 12th, Cuspc O Ohllda, ,7r lath, E II. Evans, Htl Beach, intb, Tordlcu L liaftin; lUlh Daniel Manning, ITlli, Sninuel C> Glcason 18th, J W Pink; 1'itb. Daniel Stagone Jr 20lb. Sauiucl W. Hull, SJlst, Vf. dortlon, 22d, II. Crosby, ar' Jiimct JIcQuaUo-, 21th, A Pouchir 25th, Tdwin M .Icnnv; 2fllh, Henry 8to well; Lester H 28lh. K K Apgar.aOth, C' O li. tlflih Wlllliira Frank W Foreman, J2d DanlolN. LoV'tcwoad, ,iSd, C It. Caroy On motion of Genoml McQuulu, I In thanks of tho coitvi'n'ldn was tendered ti Clarkson N. Potter fo. the able ronnucr li which ha presided. On motion of Mr. Went the State Commit tee was authorised to (11) vacancies m tlm committee, and also o tbo Btutn ticket. Throo cheers wore then given for th tiokut and the convent Ion adjourned mnaiha Tho vote on Trcuiiror teforo thuichanjzc look place stood Median 127, Uoss 120 Gnerny 111. THE DEMOCIU1IU H'A.rH COMKOTKE ALBANY, Dot, 11) Demopratic State Comtultteo organized by electing Wlllmra Purtell, of Monroe, chalrouui, and Philip n. Rhondca, of New Vork, secretary. 8SBKNADR TO NOJIIHEKB Allen 0. tlm uomloecfor liecrclary of Htato, and Augustus Hohoonmitfcer, th nominco for Attorney General, woro sere nadcd at tho Dtilovsn House to-night Sir Waach made an address, eoylng that bo was In bearty sympathy with tiov Robinson nud all tho l for reform I tbo i tito government JOHN JtELIjT spoke briefly, conifro tuktinjr the ,bemo- cracyon the great viciory they had won at Albany to-day. Spcichtawcro also rando by Hicbard O'Qorniin. Pctsr Mltchloll, Lleutenant-Qovornor Uoreheimrr ind Col, Follows. Political. imnTEKNTix rjisriucrr An xr.rcss vcrtut Mlliford, N I niul eomplelclv wrecked, incliiiir, (oniluour nnd llrcmnn are miKslnjt Vt Hiijmsbu y .lunciion un engine nnd luggage inr ran Intn a cuhcit lircmuii tciililul, anil uiginecr inteliir IlicroiMuitfurtuiifgulclli-i lure Mr Srtioonmaker lulluvcd, plidKlntr hearts pjrnpuilij with nil eiTcrts punislunent of Hie King oil, nd  two V aouv, K JHT I UKllE iHiali.iminn iwuiuu It attM. ItUHJi, pnmtA n Nl M llcnf Kill, I nl Mutum V 1n l til wn J I'Wn VOl I I US m hy nitivr voitti Nltvr Tlic Hourov. Oet I The it iimillie'ii were nuni lineal ut ilic Epixcop il comr-ai'im lo- day On thcktuie o! Hit i 'iiirth ron.inlUut amonneitliem Van IJeimcn of the intrnl Niu dloce1- o and liattcr- slmll nf Albinj On caucus committee, Dlx of .Ne-w Vuri. llarrihnn nnd Mr Davis n N( w York, mi ailmibi m ul new en .Mr iMHmi Republicans of tho 18th district' nominated StopnJh H. Wcndorer, of Stuyree tnt', Columbia county for Senator by acclamation. BTEOBEM CtUBMTI COHVBSTIOS. CORNCCO, Oct Bepublicau con ventlon for Bloubei county nominated H. McKatter to jodce, li. A. Waldo for and E. O. 3WU for district Kttor ,ney. TDK a jr.: rnoYuwacB, H, i, Oct Ji-mtrtcan Board foreign Mtuions held a buainess nueUnc this altarnoi ou HUiraukeo wu dcslraaied as tha next nlico of neetme and Kev. Dr. Budleglon of Brooklrn u the pnMher, ACCIDKJST TJUt BBJOB. lit. J., Oct. Mjr. f aulkMi of Uvlupwoa awt addmc- ed UK cunotion in farm of tiono.'BoJoh. m. of Albany tojlowri oa laW pnoMW lo uoaai- (3mt Job. boitad frelghtjtHlB  iorllicrii York On of llisb Dr Ayrault, of Central New VoiU lltjsn- 1 orajih, of Albanj Mow, o Cintrnl York On Ocuiral 'ihtnlofrical H  lorjjilic, Alb in v iutlroft.1 bniiiiti nun in Oolit at njIMOIIt iHUHll. 111 Moment 4 1 xt liiuuti' 4111 l TraniHu nt M.n h OH Hilary, with Hip prlt lAbo Mioro I wm, Ihl Mllvaol-rnA W 1 mil f I 11" Ml III aa I'm >n Ji IMI inn, N, rllm. I nlril 1 (i 1 allowing: itro tlm i lonlun iju I< U H. i -.lt Wilt Cllup I< w 1! r -w iir il. IIUIIK tff. W l) Wl Kwxn U a Kx. N 1 111, Do prof k  (liioiuftt, A ouUur tuif tiMuii JMU A HI. 1-M OtJtnJ 1 iK 1I> u I'wlflo (mndu Ontuu K i, I1 I' Mnk riinrtitlfiij MMW YOKK IttAKMttTk t tul unc tiniit'f t[ tal. n >l lin.lt H ab 11 n r >r Ki-UUli nml null ij I in. IT. fat or iju >w v. nt Mutcilin uouirniimlHiAto oomutoh to tuid Ktafei f M io tioitf j f >0 rumtuui) uritFitu it JO, coiDiniiit strA OJtlo oomujoit to t Uoion ht, hM ckyHtiRdulJ. Jft ,11 ImrnlH inlortl ix) for K i 11, u nl  Ooiigraw. Thocompanj thereupon proceeded to cons! met n bridge but tho Secretary of War, f-i pt. M. coun- lermauded tho permit until i milt Texas and Bouthein PnclBc cornpauin was determined, 'i he. company obtained per- mission to continue work far its ry, to preserve HIP bridge, bul at midnight on Se'ptcmbor .Kith, laid rail ICTOM Not withstanding, Mnjor Dunn firm Port Yuma commanded the workmen to I'cslst Boon after a train croawd tho brldgf. H U be tlwt the m itlcr will be nmlcably nr ranged. THE EASTERIV) WAR UOlUf likl t wpaiipm y OJ m H; Inulir U mtui.it and m-1 finii. twnr l tH'OiUi M mill ntn n U t UHliaht .'tlvfii] Vl for Ht-risi) r ,N i i el I a for ur No MM to itiirhv "NO UfiukiMr, Jor No I 1 iit.1 n i hnnl Nt) I -14 f >r il it u r jvtj I Mfin-.Ni'W "Voi it rivil I fm On No 7. J.M Tor ttxCnv v J n( mtv l i oi wiutorrml (juuwlnin I Kin-! Jti-E, duli, No if V.I-M AC fctw. in rowoO MUiUk Ht lijrm CflimJa Wi n r HAltlJcr MAW dull ami IIIH luuirmtl HKJLI. lout 11 or MKl IN t.t tpi-% HAlCH JUMKUl liUnln in kii i H I railiM iwlxcM, f.u JM ii fc N i for hlKh mix.nl 41 Mm t unl rid, fuarket dull i M( prlrtin wild nit U tUnt ami TJffji'i for i tic-1 mil UK Nvvr N.ufviuu HM.oJitUo tt, woxtont t' d tt Ititxixl nld'o do i Hllil V SMI llOl'H' U (Uiuul ffll for n  ntt i u  Albml r .M fort I9.IXIU lo 10 toy IjuHlwl l. lior- miAuicirr. or< 1 .JJ, K o 1 Mlchtxttii 4 t t. Itti M wnlHir Mb 1.11, Nil No S rt-l u l.tl Uavlon MfUltui rinl 1 w OUHH, iltili iiilxml r, in. at Did. dm wild t X, dufl. 0. n IB) 1 WkiU JH. 
                            

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