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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - July 15, 1882, Syracuse, New York                                VOLUME SATURDAY JTJLY 15, 1882. SINGLE COPIES CENTS. AFTER THE SHELLING IIMITIIHf Hlll.ltlKUH TltyU'U TO oitiiKlt. The fur Pood and insertion from of III" I'oanrll, July 14, I" IS r -A strong of men from Ihe tlett Jolui-d bj detach- meats from neutral Invi- a.horo to atop looting an 1 The martnrn wb i have been patrolllni: tho town raibatLott <'U tho llltlern to-LlKht. A large tarty  far mado aro no criterion of tbulr truibith, nouu ot tho men will UMithoMur. id rill n. Must of them will tiito thu Watford Illu. ,t auairatctnuni uf u. UgyiitUn and If tlesu etforti failed, TtirUUb triKips tie mil tn I tnr. 4II1.U- Minim MI -r i mil-. Ati.xiilmlA. July All thu l.avu Bentiwhorwcsery nanthati m spared. Tti-) ruutues weru landed at Ihe of Iho dive. Arabl ban sent away by rail way tLm.o audi of women au I children. All r.ble bodied nul'W weiu iinlrrot to join the army. UllTI r. HAI terJiy Iho ilntiit heard In tbo cltr after th.' landing of the and MHOM vasnvc.. atoned by wrlmagi wit i thu mutiny bunds i r AralM, llodoulns ami Kgrptuns whj mrnrri gaged In plundrrlmiand us'-itlna tbi i liy.Ths- detachment first lanlcd vra.1 iiu le up ot onl> 4.VJ marluoi a-id sal! in. thjioIfcV) wcrei rnnrlnes. Irnni Ih i '.incdnf they met with diumints! oj'pos'tloj   cl'j wosgalnedonlyiittirthuUTlv.il nt ttlnlorcc nji'nw und lutrd lighting. Iho mc-i tiMik i, day's rations from thu sblpi. No wa'e-r eou! IM obtained lu tie city owliu I" t-'le stop of Ih" wotls. A nexs luf-'tit accompanied tbu ultaUiig iKUlyleurnnltli.it sshola ImttulUin'of was blown up In inn tort ilii'tni: the 1 otubatilincnl and It In Muti. that ssero Ul e-o, und vsuntiiUit iUr Ing Iho lisHiibordsieiiU 'Itin [immbtr of noii-i moiuaured tho mob 11  liepgiirit' I Ttie tuwn U totally rtilnv.1. '1 hu homes Irom tho (Ircat rJiiuarc lo Ihu biusu i besrii plundcrcil. lu lliu uu othor wmllhy I ihere Is hardly a Imlldli g not rulucd or itlll burn Ing. The Court Ilouso and Inti.-rnatic.ti.. Tribunal have so far escaped. Tbo Anglo- Cgjptlsnliank Istlso pre'serted. Ibu street.s am strewn wllh emply cluck and jiv-el and similar but very diadbodlra ore found. thirds of tho deserted during tUu bombardment. After Ihe Khixllie's paLice was surrounded, a party of soldiers en- torvd bbi apartment and declared Iticy IJUL orders to kill him and burn tho paU-u. Alter a li.ng parleylrg, Ihclr loyalty wcs IsjiiBbt by promises of money. They then Ihu Khudlvolothe Kurllln. 'Illsguan WS.H not altoweil lo enter tbo palace laeru with him. AU the mlnUters, cirept Arabl pnsentod IheumUea at Tin palaco. After tbo landing of thu KnKltgli, la di tachmrnt of -iiarlne-s through Ihe cityandscvrra] plunderers who weru caught plllaclng weru suiamaijly shot. It Is Ibat Arabl has spread all over IVpjrl luo report thai tho Urtttsh UiKetninent Isnuv MI c'rvamjtanrod that Ills ab'e to ngbt upon Ilio only, anil of ratsrnat luunot pjsnibly for any great lUbllni: Und within a U jlrtixirted lhal Arab! noUiUcl bis lo'.l.iwers that tne-re will be a crcat and a battle will be fought is he Ir- receiving reeiulUi ny tboustnds It h also tbat In Calruovfr thu cipecttd anlval of tbe arm) of Arabl and a n assacro ls appreheneled. LONIIOH, July s-ejnour tole- "1 occupied lUs e-lltn lalacewtth and spiked the guns eit opnoslte. The city Is itlll burning, but I am charing tbe Tbe Khedive Is tafo lu tbu pa'aoe, which Is jrarrlsooed by 'Ibe "Hy Ibis Ust unluge Ambl I lu llie tviin j Autumn NEW YOIIK, July 11 lUsfeu'ii to thr call for ho run-line of Democratic coiumllteo ho i Saratoga corn-spo Alenl sa) s: "The all of tbo Iicmocratlc State fXmmlllee tn tiuet re on thi: of August, syich won It- ued to- lay, contclmplatci a cull for tno Htnto i 'onvcn- tun aUo to incnt f tn al at present te-tertriltie-d, on thu lljlhl ot feplemlier. It Is erallynnilcntooilhiat thu Republican eon- veullou will be callrtUfor ricptembt-r consultations of DviiitMTatl fr< rn ous parts ot tho h.ivo twen hold at Albany md New York Ui th situation, couahl- erllig 11 enllrtl) out of Aio  f Ituffalo. for Judpjof tho Court of William C. lluccr, of Hyracuso, and for Coa- uuian at Koiwoll p. Plower or Perry ilelmont, of New York. The nomination uf Mr. Cleveland wr aid add great strength In tho ticket, lio uu elected Mayor of Buffalo on a> reform tlcki-t, and by a majority of some eight hnruund la a liepubllian clly. Ills ad- ministration hu lu Its clrcuuistantM and esult mado him tery popular'In Ihu western i-irt of thu Thu nomination of Coiup roller Campbell, It Is believed, would a'OUsu as uuch In Iho Btatu and woi.ld be lu ho feniiio ral line of policy au thu tcleitliiti )f Comptroller Palllscn, of to ail the IH'mccratlc tlclct In Ihelli'ktt, nsolxitouUcn, Is said torn ct wllh he cutlruui'j'rmal of Mr. TIMen. 1 TXI.KIIU.1lll. l.ltllv ur Intrrr.t from all Quar- ters ol i'ouutrr. II Klwurds.V: Clarl, Jewol- erl, havu asslunid. Tbo usuelii aud 1 abllllleH nol beun public. luu AIL, July mortgage tor tlven by Dr. YYnltrr Carey's heirs In favor of tho CocbcBter tavlnirs bank wai tiled 'uiro to- day. Tho property mortgaged Is Ihe m Carey bole! with the lot adjoining. lEwIlticv, July million young oysters werei planted lu tho harbor ,'ierothls afternoon. TOU.IKI, July N. M. lion mil hu juircd a venllct lor lor libel aja J. .V. A. S. Helmut, formerly propiletors ot 1'iu Ohio ix I'tuio, Cut., July IS. Alvarado, formerly liorcrnor of California, U dead, I'nlsoii In a lloek. Ncvtiii'iiiin, July 14 U Is reported ihat Ihe rwavatcd ou tLu Wesit Minn rallrcad wlirru ttin aceldt-nt tM-cuiml a poisonous Mun working there say that llm kllglnot ti r.Ucli tiy a plci ocauscd a running N ire. This nmkw thu wounds of Injur-jil than they would Isci httvo Copper Is said to bo thu t of the poisonous properties. Tbo test of tbe court of jieals decision In tbo caroi of tho No v Wttid- s ir owners ucaltiAt West Shore railroad sriow.s that It la not so cwei-plnR thu company as wius supposed. New prt-.wdli will tm taken to condemn tho lands, I'uiLAiiKi.i'iiu, July chairman ot the liiileiM-ndrnt llupubllean Mtato ci'mmll has called tnn'tlug of the o on the "7th inst., to consider (Ihu proponitli n of thu regular Ki'puMlcun coumilitee, which thu Independent fi r them- seh fs aluur, rejected, 'llm ntn nay trial Ibo will iloubtleftd rtject'thu propositions, and probably refutu to sanction thu agreement of Htuwart, Dull, Mertlcb um] Junkln for a new at a sbrlne. MusTHtAL, July cutruordlniry aru said to bavo happened att'ieshrlnu Anne Du IlUupre, by which dei.f, blind, arid lamu weru cured, Ilutulreds'of pilirrlrus aru returning to various shrines In this provlnt numbers coming from It u United Matis. Onlmliiu to bf> nurdcrerii. CHII AUO, July arr last night, confessed Ihat they v.ero by n merchant at Stockholm, riwecdin, names! 1'errault, In to unit !cr his nnd say they recelveil .Vm crowns tor co'amlltlni; tho. crlmo. FlebliiB Nelied. FI.I inisii, itoxcllo- ment among thn llihermon of (Jncen i county, tbo atithorllles ot Oyster Hay having tolzcd six sloops catching bard dims on the i lammotb bed recently discovered near Hempstnul. utber vnuels aru Ibrealenod with Thi llenipsteadauthorttleii claim that ll o greater part of tho bed llos In their waters. Just Place. Prss YAM, July President Arthur re- of Ifochfster, him it good place for a tow dara' fishing tn the waters of New York State, (irwri Invited thn President to accompany him to llroie Spring, Ijiku Keuka. They are expected theru early In Augtut. Cunilnc PiinT-uoi TU, July llaimbllcani ot the llth district i nominated John W. Mc- Connlck for Congrus.1 on the :mith In! or, NBW.M.HAMI, Ind .July Uimocratlo CongreMlonal convenllon, renomlna'ed grensman s-lockslager. At New rjlale of trom lilasgow; the Haynland, from Antwon Iff SENATE AID ______ i i Jill. HKXOVNCKH THE Tno Accused of Itllud Pluu- neCoolt That If the Ntale uf Nuw York will CoTer the Last Dollar. WASIIIIUTO.N, July 14 tho ttonaie to-day the pension appropriation bill was reported. T'bu principal committee amendmenls prohibit payment of double pensions, and direct tho secretary of tho Interior tn transmit annually tn Congrem the list ot pensioners' wllh Ihu paid. A resolution wax mlopted pro- tiding tnat the Donate tncot at Hi. M. on and nfter Monday.i During the dlscusalon nf tho resolution, Mr. llcck said that It would tukil July aud August, and probably September, to perfect tha lax reduction bill. Hu Intendcel to elcmaud a yea and uny vote upon every proposl- llon to reelucu taxation. Tbu Democratic- tldo was Kolug lo make a rucofd, If It took until December. HIlLs wcro Increasing Ibo pcnsbaot tbe widow of General Ciumr to'l.Mi [Hifmuntli; aba ono grautlng a penslou ot (Ml per mouth lo Ibo daughlcr of Prealdeut Tavlor. T ho then resumed consideration of the tax bill. Ucuator llayard criticised tarloun provisions of the bill, contending'Ihat they afforded no Koniitno rullef. The i hapge could notcouioloo soon thtt would gUo American manufactureM an outlet for their productions and In that way enablu theru to glvo laborers stcaily cuiployment, and prevent u recurrence) of tliu labor aiillatlouii which perloilliully llstiirfied the country. Hu did not favor u. violent or hasty ovcrthrowal of vcxlcd Interest, but was In tuvor of llghteului; thu burdens uf taxation. Mr. DeckoRenxl an amctidiuent redurlng tn IU cents per pound Ihu tax on manufactured tobacco. Ihu bill wout over. j tu the t In the llnuso toilay, Mr. Pago movod lotnko tho rtver and harbor bill from tnu tablo for the [mrpoau of Tiou-coucurretu'o In thu Senate aniettdnienls. Mr. McCook Mated tbat ho would raise u lhal tliu amendments muni tlmt considered In committee of tho wbolo. Mr. Pago wllhdruwbU million and Ihu Houi-c to consider Ibo remaining amendmtntl to tho general dcucloncy bill. A argo majority wero non-concurred In. Mr. rownscnd characterized the amenduieiit apprn- >rlatlng fCVwo for thejpayinenl of mileage'to tenalors allendlng six-clal fiesston of tho Scr.uto In IMl, as "u Uttlo Futary und hopjd Ibo Ilouso conterenco would not j k-U to he tfenato on Ibat point. Mr. Hlscoek, for the testing the wish of thu House-, moved to concur In tbu amendment. The uotlon was lost by a heavy Ur. Hlscoek statol Ihat the coriferencucomiull 'eo would taLo the voto aa un instruction ueicr to yield tbo point. repeated several members. Mr. llobtuson, ot agalusl such consiructlon of tho vote. Mr. lllackburn opposed the amendment to the ConsUlutlon, that tho llrst and second Con- trollers of tha Treasury, aud Ihu Treasurer of the United Htatcs, bsi a board lo determine ibe claims out of tho and burial ol Prmldent (iorll-KI. Mr. lllackburn Mid Iho nailer bad been referred fo a comultllee of the llouso. He had on several occasions, ntthoul avail, askud tho chairman of Ihe commltti-c .Mr. to call up tha to action. Ho said the Henate arWndtnenl was an effort by sumpiltlon lo uccouiplUh what Iho advocates ol Ihr aineiiduiecl In Ihe llouw never ankud Iho I louse tu do. the eovernmeni did nol owe a dollar of Ihu money. II was a gratuity. Ilulwhen. ever It was put lu proper shape hu would advocatult. It be could have believed II with-1 In Ihe power of surgical or medical skill to the life of tbe lalo Prcsldf nl tlirru never was dark day Irom the 'Jd ot July1 lo Ihe lUih of September Ibat bo would not gladly huve omplled Ihu federal treasury to havo accom- plished that purpose.' For bis greatness and brain he admired (larDeld, for his of soul bu lovod blm, and for his patience In suf- fering and for hl.i couraso In meeting death he honored him. lltit the question was as to ap- propriating money to pay exorbitant fees In surgeons. There was no proof b -tore tho com rnltleo tbat elthcTi ot tho doctors 111 Iho HUM showed extraordinary skill. Thrru nu proof that ellher ot them ever laid eyes upon Iho 1'residont from tho day ho watt shot to thu day he died. Pus cavUIca wero treated but tbu wound never was touched or handled. II tlicru p ly to, all ofHcors on the nctlvo list provided tn> ad- mind and vlco-uduilral shall not lio retire bo-> fororeichlng Iho ago ot 01 and the am ilral shall rctliu on full pay. Tho provision thi t no muro promotions shall b'j ciodo to tbu nr.-v e of commcKloreafur July lit, It amcndiii mi as to tako effect Immwllatjly. Tho prov slon authorizing Ihu secretary of the nary tunui >end work at the navy yards where It cannot be car- ried on to advantage ta the scrvldi Is ante ided by the addition of a proviso that not les.1 ihan two'navy yards shall bo maintained upoi tho AtUntlc and tho gulf coant, onu rorth ant1 one south of thu 1'otomoo river and ono. upoi the l'adtlc.c-oast.1 ho aggrogitto of tbo bill Is Incn iced tTo.uw. Euough replloa bavu Iweu rco to-day Irom alwont mvmbtni of tba JIou 3 to' warrant a belief tbat a Hiioruiii of lUpublt liroenbaeLtrs und ludejiendiiuU will lio pn lent ou Tucxlay next. t Gossip of Dar In Court, Cab and of Thu Senate has continued West In be 0111- mlsslonerof Ihe Ulslrlcl ot Columbia. Tho controller of thu currency tii-day BU hor- [zed the oxtunston of the rbarter ot tho <'lrst National Ilank of Fludlay, Ohio, lor mty years. Tho bank U thu ilrut extended nnde the acw act. Thu Controller aUo authorize Iho Farmers' National Ilank of Frankllnvllle, N Y to commence busings with a capital ot fl'.mil in ot rJU.luu United t-talon nds. This Is tho llrst bank organUud slncu tbe i INS age of the- new act, and avails Itself of tho section aulhorlzlng banki to be organized ivlth a capital of or less than a four b   ttilmit Ilrnwn, i f the Indiana tjtate normal read a on tbe reltllou ot mcuiory Ui t lementary eeluci '.Ion. Carrlu II, Hhurp, of Fort Waynu, read a rltl- clsm on various methods of education. The deptrlmcnl of higher ulei'tcd 1 denlTalwell, ilf tbe I'nlvi rally ot Vtlnm iota, president. Profcasor Wright nuil a r on a plan of original rtauarch In ci Urge uducatton. Prof, (llonn, of (ieorgla, re d 3 paper ou "Man the madilno, or nuui tbo I von'- tor." A jilnt ol tho Ami-rlcari tnstltu' s ot instruction and tbo national educational isso- clallnn was held this evening. Nell lilll ,our, ex-Consul (Icneral Hilt nnd othem dull- erod addresses. Thul national el -ctcd Kll T. Tappan of Ohio, prcsUenf, W. V.. Sheldon ot Massachusetts, sccrotary; N A. Calkins ot' New York, trclvsurur, aud rloe- pnuldentK and connncllors from e ich An adjournment was taken sine die. Iteport. New YOIIK, July rt lhal buslnew throughout the country d irlng the past week lias been tn a aalisf.ictnry o  havu'bei nl'J4 failures, HU Im reosu of U. Mlddlo Slate i if.I. an Increase of H; Nuw r.iiRland an Ini ot 11; Bouthurn tilates a decre.uio of IV tern -III, an Increaua ot 1'J; Callfonil k and tlio decreaioofl; Canada an Jncreaso ot tl. Nundar Closlug In Cincinnati CiNi'iiNiTi, July 14 coutt to-da) tbo prosucutlng altortioy oskoil that all imsei) end- Ing for violation of the law prohibiting ke 'plug saloonsoptn on Punday bo dismissed. Ho thought that It bad been demonstrated, indor the method of securing juries, that II was Impossible to convict. Tbroo accon Ingly wcro dismissed. The Nortb ItlTCrTuiinel. NEW YOIIK, July tbe last reek feet of completed work has beon done n the North lllviT Tunnel at tbe Jem y side. The total dlslance now completed on that s de la feet In thn north tunnel and feet ntbo south tunnel. Tbe heading of thi north I innel having been advanced -IMI from tbo nner air-lock, a now air loi-k Is now ruing set ip 'Jl feet from tho beading. An auxiliary al -lock far passing timber Is being pnt In tha same bulkhead. In tho north tunnel, on the item sldo ol tie river, tho pistes of tbu cow lion, long, been carried lovrn about two-thirds of the circle. Tbe earl i bu improved sensibly, and less dIOinltybas been! met than heretofore. The steam power 01 this aldo bu been found Inadequate to snppl r tbe air-compressors, ana a large boiler Is belt t set np to supplement those already in OKI. A Good Deal or Talk. flr. N. It., July toss, when approached on tho subject of llai lan's last challenge, said: "Ilaalan Is afraid to meet me, and It I should take up Ihat chiUleng- you would see bow mighty soon be would b >vo a billons attack or something else. He hu dodged mo now four times hand running and now that Ibe Wlnnepeg nutcn U alt he ba i got nothing to propose, although he was tbe man that failed to come to time. If hi-U anil( is to meet mo, why doci he not make an ot er to have the race out? If ho irver does comt out again 1 shall meet him." TOUONTO, OnU, July bu de >osi- ted tl.ouu In the Mayor'j otttce to make rood bis challenge to row any live men In the Mid. Great mark down In of light might suits at 1'almet'a. llonw lllock. BLACKLIST lUtt UJ.HK HfOOHD A IIAf't Ulan A l-ii AKI> Forlbcr Delajllsi from uoai ibat Tbree irin Victims uf Ilplorued Uoml -The Fire llcrurd. I Ark, July Nino more bodies wero recovered fioni Iho miua to-day. Most all were burned Joml recognition Twenty IMI.UCI weru burled this evening Twenty-eight bavo been rvmorcd thus and It Is supposed' a dozen ulnrn uro completely crtmaltd. Several missing are presumed to be amons Ibo Ueiil. 1 SOUTH Mich, July Last night O. IL Foote, lit tbu Orst national bank, and Kittle Underwood, of Aurora, Ills wen drowned br tho ot a boat. DILLIS, Tex., .luno In Orange John Ooodwln killed W, Wlmlharu's dog. A fight ensued between Goodwin, Ills brother In IiW Moran, and All three were klUed. I Unt, July Tho brothers heny, who wero arrested In Ireland on suiplclon ol being concerned In Ibol'hinulx 1'ark Iragedy, bclnnn lii-ro. An they left hero on the 'Jit of May, they aro Innocent of tho crlmo. KMISIIIMI, I. I July 11 Edward Albertvin and JameH F-aton, colored highwaymen who assaulted and rohtied William Valentine, of llonlyn, bavo Ijt'fu sentenced to 'M years each. lllulNBiin, Minn., July Four men hare bceu butlod by thu elldo In excavation here. Two, were suffocated. Their names aro un- known. -fc riiinmn.niu, JnlyM Cunningham said tu be renpectably connectcxl In New Yorlcl waa arraigned In court to day an a street walker but was ilU-chargcd. As fcbu left Ibe court sba dropgwd dead. 'llie Fire Iterord. i, Drrgon, July business blocks lu Dayton, W. T., burned night. In- cluding every storu, hotel and bank In tbe place. NBW YIIIIK, July Thu two upper floors of th.i cotton warchouii, Noa. It, to U Whitehall burned lo-ulght. Tho lorn of falU ublelly tlpou Individual storers of cot- ton. Tbe h qwned by Cinelet liros undjlj damagetl and the ofilcm ot a dozen couimUislon inerchunU One flrtnmn was Injured. Threu hundred bain of hops, woro also destroyed. New Yourct July Ilolbrook soap manufacturing compauy'a factory, N'os. 418 to 4UI Washington Mroct, uurnul to-night. Luas NEW YOIIK, July A lira to-nlgfit In buildings Nos. SI3 to 217 I'earl utreet daMaced the Umptro Lithographing and Encravlng Ooupany'ii eslabluihment Wlllliui o., tobacco dealers, acjl other tenants over tl.UOO. tt.l OI-MXIMU MtaUT. llrlllUnt .Waffle or NpUndld j J I New YIIIIK, July Thu llrralil't I'urin corrwpondent Ibe following In Regard to tho owning of tho now lintel do "If any one could have foretold on tbu turrlblu night In lu May, ISTI.'wbeu Ihe llatues ol the hotel do Yllle wont roaring tu heaven, that just eleven years later ilmny at thu couitnunbiUi would fli down lu a now hotel on that vury spot to hob- nob with thu otuetal j representatives of thu conservative republic) which thoy nod fought t, he wonld have bocn Hcoutcd att a or Vet Ihe prophesy would tonight tavo bocn ftilUllod to tho letter. IU-UIKU. t MM celebrated tbu Inauguration ot anoth- er municipal palacu and tbe Presi- dent of tho Itapubllo stretched out thu hand of fellowship to M. Bongcon. Anjou know U was seriously feared for1 a moment th it M. (irevy would refuse tu attend tbo inaugura- tion. Humors of dimensions between tbe Klysee and Ihe municipal council abroad, and It wan lUlil with perfect truth that M. Moa- geon had act' his heart on turning a peaceful fttf Into a communUtlo demonstration. In point of fact ho had prepared a wild, radical harangue for tho banquet, but Undlng thai ilia 1'rosldcnt visa llrmly detiruilned not lo rUk harlug to llateu or reply lo It bo prudently p it his communism tn his pocket for thu night nt.d tosned hli Into n dlicri-U wiutu basket. Tbe and tbo privileged M> cuot's tnvltod to the banquet drove up tu the main entrance at bait-past live, and wero received lu the1 vealltiulo by tho prefect of tho Seine, M. Charles and tho municipal council. At dessert M. nropcwod the health of tbe President and tho other1 Illustrious guosfsof the municipal council In terras studiously modcr ate M.FlixjUct expressed a very similar sentiment In more felicitous terms, and the 1'rosideut lu a few slmble thanks. A movu was then atom-o made to tho reception whleh bad been temporarily decorated for thu evening by M. tavaslrr, Kene painter ul Ihu Foyer. F.lght thousand persons had l'i i-ume marvelloui uunner crowded Into lio building by eleven o'clock, all frentlemeu, the fair sex having bnen rutblesoly exctmloil. In thu Hallo du I ran M. Ktmllcr, luformeil me that Mmo. (lambetta had had H second stroke of paralysis. A tow nlc-ps r I met M. Clemcncuau, and of coutw him about Ihu mysterious nilsrtlvu which bu had recf-'lvoil. Ho madu very light of thu wholt affair, and said that ho looked upon It altogether as a practical joke The now structure IH an and stately building, reproducing lu Ibf general character and tho hsndboim palaco destroywl eleven years ago. The architecture Is chletly KenalMancu, with a stnmg admixture of thu style ttccuUar to tha period of Francis I. Tho building Is ruclangnlar In form and highly ornatu. It Is rather larger than that which preluded It, differing In many tit lui decorative details, but thevn are not at tbo glaucu very apparent. They aru cblelly notice- able In tbu Interior, which U snQlclently Unlehed tn allow of comparison. Very llltln of tbo Hotel de-Vllle, by Iho Is flnlsbed The wholo palace Is merely a shell prewmt, won tbe masonry In tbe two Inner courts being still far. from ready. An Idea ot tho backward state- of the work mav bu gathered from the fact that though ITi, hum boon set apart for thu cost ot thu whole building only have yet been spent. Tbe principle facade, facing the I'aUcodul'Hotelde Villa, formerly tbe 1'ataoe do Ureve. and the Avenue Victoria, Is more advanced than any other part of Ihe magnificent pile. A number of nltchos, reserved for the statues of Parisian aro still vacant. Tbe architects, MM. Ualu and Dupenbes, have been compelled by the terms ot their contract with the cltr to adhere closely to tke lines of tbe old hotel, which Itnull was built after tbe original monument erected In tbo sixteenth century. _ __ 1 Truth lu Fiction. The story told In Levbr'a "Charles ot O'Malley'a uncle evading his creditors by being conveyed away from Dublin Inabtane, bad foundation Iri i fact. Mr. Martin, of Oalway, u be was commonly called, was the harp of the real atory. Tbo famine yean com- pleted tho rum of tbe 'Martin and the last male owner Mt k Ftinoca ot wbo emigrated to this country and died at tbe old Union Place H-tttl In thu clly. The about aOu.OUO acres, passed by foreclosure Into tbe bands of aa unknown company, whlcn loUS them to a London brewrr, wbo owns i them to-day, and probably finds them a huge white elephant. They never re- turned a rent above a year, as inucfa of the land Is bog and mountain. j I I A Prince" Ilablis, Prince personal habits I an a mystery lo whatever 'portion ot tbe civilized world U Interested In them. At Varzln, ha de- clares he will have nothing to do with oOdal butlnecs, even In IU leu official At be dispatches concerning the Egyp- tian troubles. It Is reasonable to suppose that he deth-n to Rive his undivided attention to tbat knotty point la old world politics, and It U even suggnted Ibat Ibe Snltan Is not totally without advlpo In tnls crisis from tbocreaUatof Europe's great MaUnnen. This may bo k pretty question for England to Inquire Into one ot Ibeao days UOKII.4 111. i A NneaU Thlrr In lloni IcoHnssrosiiKNrs nr ins NTANDARU.] COKTI.itili, July 14 uuu claiming to a decorator or ornamsntal painter In search ol employment engaged at Mrs boarding buUK, tUuitud on Church street, making 7.1 Cdtiti li adranoe. Ttio nexl m ynlug afler Ibo othi r bosrdors left Ibe bouse this mau their roonis for valuables, approprUilrg a vratch and chain, a palrof sleovo ba tout and jstntll amount of money. HutbinlKu: u h my retreat out ot town.' Sberlft VanlliMneu te egraphod a descrip- tion of the Individual U Elalra, and Syracuse. Au answer cjino from Syracuse saying they bad him. Thusheriff upon jrrlvlngthere li.und It to be a casa of uiljtaken Idurillty. Under Ihu auspices ot tha Y. M. C. A. a broom drill by Ul young ladles asstiled by ibu Cortland City Cuvds will le given Augnsllclth. This compuuy Is tn be c jmmnilo 1 by Capt J. C. Taylor, of Norwich. Muilclal selections both vocal uu.l InstrumeaUl will be Inr nUbed tho drills. IlJlreshnionu will also bo aerved. A farmer driving past Horten >t slaughter bouse on tho bick road to Homer was seen to hastily tie his hono to the fence und dash off on a run for tho building. Upon i proachlngnear enough to thai 11 contained tho nun nuemud to coaipre beud Iho ultuatlon and wallud leisurely back to bis wlplug tho pjrupfritlon from his foreheail and iMiuderlugovir tho deceit and dlt ppollilmeiit of this world U seems that lu trying out Urd antuoku frort Ibo lire usot tills Ihe room, which escapus ihrough every creti lue >nd hnlu lu Ihu building mm presnrnlug Ihe building to bo In' lla-nes Instdo klcdly thought bo lite Iho tiro aud naro tbe property Ihunby. otherivlsn the ciuslu town ol Mllsn, Cayugii county. Is uol the nondiscrlpl plice some jieopUi would mako li oul In bet, for Ihe resvxm that It Is to Kiuo a larterly publication called (Ival t'l.err. Thu >ias a gratuitous circulation of (ius- uiro Laaa Is tbo editor aud publisher. This morning the owners ot live promMug young mel lit Ihu Cortlaiid Ilrltlug I'ark In lest the cornparui'vu uierlui of iKe-lr .nlmals In a trial of sjieed. Following are Ihu of thonu taking In Ihu racu T. II Wlckwlro his tlno ilock gelding, by "dwluert." John llodsensat behind IhucllpiK-t- galted gray rnaru nlml by Cham John Wilson Introduced a stranger to tbo parly thai showed aboul the same amount pjwl aOjthe others. II. H llruvumaushowud very reeeut purchase, a ruau mar i. it was named "1IIU4 sired by "Wood's llainblutoulan J. C. Koefojdnive wnlt to the 'ronl bis youug well bred gelding by "llauib'.e- tonlan Prlneo r. II. Wlckwlru's black getd- ug won Ibo tlral heat und J( Uu Hodsou's gray maro Iho tci'ond Only Iwo were driven. Another raco will take piano next Tuesday at ;he driving park. Knierald floso Company ul tbU place will lold a picnic ou Bstuiday, August Tho of Iho Htar base ball club ot tiyrocu.se and the Flyaway bosu ball club of litngtuintoti are engaged tn eomiiclo for a cash iirlze -if I'.M, fi'.) to tne winning club and f.TO to :bo other club The uomml1 tee will announce to Ibu public eilber aidusetuunU when thu Hr- MUgiNiielUi are completed. Kxcurslons fnmi Illngharaton aru talked of; r by not ono from Syracuse? nut or At Chicago yestorday Chicago defeated rolt Kl to 4, and lied 1'rovlc'erco for Unit plice. Detroit stands ivcond. At New York, Uoston 4. eleven Int Ingi. At fhlladel- hli. Athlotlcifi, UiultTllles; phis :i. At llaltlmorc. Cincinnati II, Ilaltlmore U It'lttiiburg racof: 3 'JO rlus, pursa rJ.O "Early Illser" won, "Driver" second; "Wllltam II." third. Ilest time, 'J ll'i. claw, pacing, purse 11.1100, "Hay Jim" wen, "1'rlnci.s" second, "Felix" third. Ilest lluic, An Associated Prosftdlspatch from Worcester, Mass says: All tbe directors 4l Ibe Worces er Hare Hall Club resigned to night, but the rnrct' ng rcluiod to accept the retlgnatlons ot Pritt and Blmester. Other vacaccln were filled. No ouu favored disbanding Ihe clubj Tbe directs wero Intlrucled lo Invesllga'e ol outaido Inlerferenco wllb the club. At the Hyracusu Driving Park yesterday, two events engaged Ihu attention of local rhots, Ihat for the Onbndaga townsmen's Club meilal aud for a Tbero was a fslr attendance and some gocd work wudono. en blrdr wero sent up far each marksman In tbo Dm evcnl at double an 1 tingle rises, with Ihu following result: lu-diuid H C MUtlnnU.............. rarmll.........9, I'e. I................. I'fuvro.......S llal........... Hj l.utlsr..( hrl.l.............ol Ktrabrr.............. .Illrr 9 lluJnilj In shooting off the ties tile following were made. llunlcll................ Lullirr.........'i Phillip .Carroll secured :ach of his S und wou Ibe medal. In Ibo afternoon the shoi t lor a sweepstakes called out Iho but local t ilent, who mado tbe following tine tcore: IVik ........I Klmlwr........ I'nltlo 4 LilllHT.............. 4 llu Isou A littler............. A lleittoril...........9 Cumill........... rr a. Iluwlett..........3 I'reUlK...........'...'... 3 :ilmils........S S 3 Kuie 3 Iteillorit..........3 enroll..............s In shooting off Ibu second ties, Howlctt, Ued ford, 1'Rttlo and Pago each killed ILelr a birds and dlvldod flret money, IXJ.IU. In disposing of tbe on four, Luther and Mann carried off Ihe honors. There will undoubtedly br a large attendance at Tallman Park tnls aftern Km, to witness the wonderlul rldlngot Madacie Marantelta, and MUuos Plnneo and Peek. Marantette will glvd an exhibition ot fancy riding, and tbe younger will rlie n championship race of ID miles, changing.' without touching thu ground. The tint event will be called al 9 30 o'clock. Transactions IB tbe omee ot ibe Conntr The following la a tnnicrlpt ot real eelate transactions taken from the books ot UieVoonty Cleric: Cathsrlnn to Nsw Yore Salt tisnr. fine silt lot Bali si met, city. ..fsouo tu llennan A. Kcrmar lo New York halt company. Hoe salt lots lu, 1M and UI. Halt Birtwi, city. tLao o] Kva IJilver to Harriot lot 17, blurk HI. nteb street, city.... Josrph Tatar, as ex. to iViw lot In. block 471. KowlanilM-Ml.clty.... 3D ul Clirliuinher D. Walkup to tVUfred II I Heovllie aod lloxena ThoDiss, pan of lot 75 Elenlsni lot enlsniln as ezeeulir. to (larm lot 4, block 10, henneily street. Dunfnnh j.. O F. CV.mitix'k to U F Jr.. lots .1, 4, K snd o, blo.kw, Hum city I'.Hr lo Ludwlg II lot Is. block Peter Drummui c F Dramm lots It and su, block JUMlrumlix-b citr, John II. lutirtKk anl W. B. Niilui. ecutiirs. eto to J McCmnlif. lot. 13 and K, block an, Ulljnl Jl atlie'ir J.' Meci'rthr tiVjuiin 'l k W. II. smith. etc. Kits 14. lilixik SB. llllTnrd cltr Kari.nn. IllrJi lo Nkwlsnia. llufa lot 1, tilm-k. Tullr stnei, clly. l.aun) BEST TDTE TO POLE Mtlt I, TMAil TllAT inn til El It 91103 I. cow IOJ S.XU U Pcnstll mo Hnbxllnll Insist noon Cologne, It la Kreatly superior la permanetce and delicacy of ragrano. I; i Tbe to TVIileh Mr. Pair of Treated; perilnc at Centlcninu' Drlvlnc Park. Tbe trolling of Frank Wink fleet-fomdd'leam "Dick hwlvoller" and Kt ward" at Ibe (iiutlemin's Driving Park, Sew York, on Thursday latt U male Ibe silbje, t tbe following mention lu ynUrdty's New Yot Sun: "The iiuuiber present was Urgrr tfat usual yesteMty at 4 o'clock, when Mr. Work' team was by. men tiave prufi ttt lo doubt lhal his team trotted Usi season a ml' lu harness without a break la aid b was ripeate lly urgisl lu spent Ihe m again, bn refused lo do si. Mr. tibepb. rd' F. Knspp yrs lerday nitjnxl la wrga Mr. Wilgbt ll.ua tba tbe leaui could nol Irot In S..O. Mr. accepted Ibe ww-r. and pu' John Mu-pb bjhlnil Ibe team In a roid 1.1 Tbe Ju Ur ware Meanr. liusb, Morgan and and prepiral to time Ihu trot, Tbo horses weru In tiptop condltlou, am everything was Ufor.lile fur fast time, Imi few men weru willing M brt that the loam trot In ,'J.'JO, Whrn cvirjt.Vr n lu r mil j Murphy U'l Ibetno'ii an.l whlzt> tba line at a rattling paev. Murphy isrtln' outds, which oierui'Ult. Tl'o thu ha'i It llu- throe, In I: III, and Ibe lull 'nil In by long oitds ih f.utojt In Ihe w ,rl. fur a tnarn Druat excltuui-nt prevailed au on  i- held In of thrt ty ll-r Peters, of Havana. N it ur will ofllclalo Amiug uie arrival i rr Jamm Noxon and (wife, of K W. Clark arid iluliihlvr. of i: bridge, J. II Johonot wltu, of lltHCIt Ann mit. Au D.fl.lnn i Term. July tl' An ItutMirtant di-rlslon In tlis nl rm ai Ih llm of lllehsril Iliilliiuorr ol Uiirlslii afisliiit lltin-slt wtfM.ii nd shook things np than an explosion In a crockery elore. Everybody was frightened, and afler tbe blinding one of visitors aafeed: "Friends, don't yob. think we bad belter kneel id atk for "No, brolber JonM, protested the dea- con. ''IJiavejnjt had a lightning rod pot on tbebonseatan ol 130. and 1 we bold oB and btr a fair snow lo Jo busk- A favorlls mako up of for (Iris J to cover the from the) neck to be> iw tbe hip with a tnlisear, ahlrrsd In at the k, and front, and gathered In to fall ovtr a flounoe at tbe bottom. i NEW ADVEETI8EMEBT3. STOYlPEOPLE SliYCE BRQUNSTEIN, i THE POPULAR CLOTHIER, 13 and 15 No. SalinaSt., IIKI1AN Tn BL'PPLY HIE 1'F.Ol'l.i; with niarlug apparel bu bas new Ihe one rtsrnlla! tblrg that a merchant should do, aud Is to study tbe peoplu. A traiiornin who atlrmpts to Im- IKSO upon Ihu cruJuallty of will never succeed. Millar trapiltagreat I waste ot and the mall dealrr who relies upon Ignnrsnce of shoppers lo blm lu carry out tricky ways, will tuiirler. A tatrptke for a rellabM article Is lair drsllng. And a Iblr price nhiih means a prlco tlitt I4fs a small ptoi't over con- struction coal will he real- UeJ with- out iloubt, and the merchant Irg that will Dml himself a popular I'ralervtth nil cUuars. The lirsl ulrntlsltgls a p'essnl custmriir. Thuefjru UKDl'MiTEIrt baa al- wiys tegsnlril tuciwaaaassureil su loug'as he minds Ihe motui alnsys livcsl up lo, viz.. tnujy Men's, Youths', Boys' -AND- utiiidren s uumins i 15 Salimi St. A. C. Yttet' Old Blind, Eyitcma. OOH'TiFAII. TO EZS TEX SUMtlH! MIMi STOVE! now OH IXIIIDITION AT TUCKER'S FURNITURE STORE, 07 StrsMt. tl ererruima; on maitet aa4 costs only tun A. C. ME8GINCER. Buiiness Exchange, IH rntPAREO TO HELL, i AND PROPERTY I all al Rale iir at Aurtl.ni. itulcs, anil rrompt luturus. Ho. 33 BZMINOTON BLOCK. A FULL LINK OF I'urlor llcntcrs, Ranges Cookstovoa, and Furnaces. lottar Qoodi and for LeMa Kaumf thavd any other Cltj-. Call and Boo twd Jodarvfor GREGORY, 17 10 North Salina 8t STRACUSII. IT. r. Goodyear Rubber Store. imroRTKo Check Lined Rubber Coati. UBbt Hubbtr Caa.i. nude tomyonitr, wbleblwlll foi afixrdays atlMall for my22cltf FRANK O. HOWLETT. GBRBRAL AOOOTJHTAlrr. u i oo.. MTDIM BAXK BCTLDDW. on.JobjiJ.Oeis> Kr- rRUKNTATioM AT rim r-ut and KalJ. fresMeat.   

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