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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1884, Syracuse, New York                               STANDARD. TEN PAGES. SYRACUSE, 'N. Y., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1834. TOTING FUNDS TO AID A TltKMEXHV US SHORE'S vf LAUUR AT PAUPERS ONLY 1 HIS EYE of Alt Opinions I.omUy JJIscnflS AmeMilmfints to Ilielr I'AiMs, August Tlio opening session of the Congress of the Houses of Parliament, which assembled at Versailles yesterday, to undertake tie- work of revising the constitution, was exceedingly uproarious and broke up in great disorder, After a stormy tumult I.eroger's uro-.po.-al to adopt the standing of the of 1H71 was adopted. 1'Yrry then asceia -cd fhe trii'tine to introduce the scheme of revision. Amlrieux anil r.lhers were at once their feet, and protested that Kerrv was nut uf order, was that, the Bureaus ought, to be elected lirsr. As Andrieux asceni -ed Iribuiic the members :'ortued a semi, circle around him, and a .-ceno of wild excitement ensued. The prcsideir thereupon put his hat suspended tin; silling. The session throughout was violently uproarious. The president was unable to proM'rve tinier. It is l.hat the government will be obliged o l.ikeextremo measures to seonredisoipline. The ri.'ferred the amendments of the constitution to a rommiKee and then ailjourne Uno nlfcri'ii by the extreme, left proposes the election of a constituent. T he committee is composed cntirelv of supporters of I le mini.-try with ,M lla'lphin president. Premier Kerry wiii adiire-s the committee to-morrow. flit-: VAmKIJ.I. 3IUUXTAIX A Scerct onieers To-liny I'rir.o I'arrtile.' .Special patch to TIIK Ki.ifiiK.ifKH, Aiigust Tin- sixth annim convention of the Sole.-: Knights of the Ancien Order of rnited Workmen began in this cil to-day. Then: was a large attendance, com prising representatives of legions in New York Pennsylvania, >'ew Jersey, Marriain and Delaware. A business meeting wit closed doors was held at 10 o'c ocl this morning. At this meeting an address o welcome was deli vered bv Select Knight. Wil Ham G. liaines. The reports ofthe Grand Com mamler. (lr.mil Uecorder. Grand Treasurer am Grand Trustees wen: read and referred lo t n committee. The Grand Jlec.ordcr's report s i w eda present, memuursliin of The Gra.-n Treasurer advised that the bonds of tin Grand Recorder be increased t.i nily and thosu of grand Ireasnrer to Thi. i.'Vening the follo-.ving utHcers elected Grand cnmmander, G. r.ecUwith, of Hull'a i grand vice commander, S. H. Smilh, of D.-rricl City, Pa.: lieutenant commander. J.'.L Poweis of Itoehester: grand treasurer, W. J. Donnel] Shi-rman. X. grand recorder J. Mclnlyre, of Iliilfalo. .N'. V. grand workman, S. 1-1. Graves, of Lo.-k-lort, Y. To-morrow a competitive ilrill wil held at the Driving park for a f.'.Mj silk an-ner. LarL'e crowds from out. of town an: arriv to witness tl-.is exhibition. Ir will be preceded by a street parade, in which all voting egions will participate. The hotels of the cilv are now all oversowing. riti; nmwKi.rx. Gladstone Declares That England Must Protect Her Interests in for and Against Retaining Them in Office. M' L.ENNA.N'5 PLEA FOR Commissioner Stephen-son Changes His Mind About the. Anchoria's Passengers. tho Sehcmo as it Sop Other London School-Teachers ill. 1 AilmlrurCourbet Still Stlrrlne; tin the ALL. ARE ALLOWED TO LAND Tho War llctwocn Aneli.jr l.liic and iho f Immigration Uoiiiniisslnncrs ,-il and .11o.se" KulieilMclii to Sail on the Speeial liispau-li lo Tnii STAMIAHU. The Anclur steamship line liasvielded to cmigraiion commissioners, and the war came'to an end this afterrinon. Tho steamship company had been mven to nndersland that unless "i immigrant :iamed Closes Lo.-mstein who escaped from tile Citvof Home, was found tin'. De von i a would notbe given her clearance papers fo'r Saturday. 1'hisgave thecontesta grave turn. It was believed that, important complications might, ensue from her deliance of the laws if she left the port without her papers. The manager of ihe Anchor Line was not willing risk anv do-lay in thecasc ofthe Ilcvonia. lie wrote an appeal lo the Secretary of the Treasury askiiiR that, lln: determination, to withhold Ihe s papers be reconsidered. Meantime, the Anchona arrived, to-day from Glasgow, with several hundred. immigrants ami the commissioners' startfcd out for another little skirmishwilh the Anchor One or two ol the passengers were declared to be paupers and were forbidden lo land Then Ihe Anchor Line manager hung out his Mag of truce. A consultation ensued, and when it. was ended Commissioner Btephehson, who had raised all this rumpus, made another examination of tin.- Anchoria, and strange to siv there was not. even one suspected pauper in whole lot. Commissioner Stevenson said when le came aiOiore that the Anchor line had vie'ded am! agreed to carry back all persons brought by that, line whom ihe emigrant commissioners decided to class as paupers. 1 1. is not believed the IJuvoiua s clearance papers wil] be withheld now r nit the war has ended. There were 7S-, immigrants on the Hambnrp-sleamer Kngia, arrived Iwr.i to-dav. Of these orty.fotir were believed to be paupers and will .icsent back to Hamburg unless their friends guarantee to take care of them. all of l le Jlngia's detained passengers have friends in tits country, i t is not pro.bable that more than a of them will be returned. ThiitThey Mount .1111 Lawyer oil the OUior Slile Aflserllnj; Thiit the Ke-' reivers iiro for .the I.'INIH-N, August Gladstone, in I Hiving :i credit, of to proviili; for :in on to Soudan in the Commons io-day, said the of the expedition was merely lu relieve General Gunluii, and nut to crush the JInlii It, would.be snniciont -To secure 'good government in the Soudan. The evacuation of 1 la; country was now out of Tin1 question. ICngiai: 1 was bound to protect Cordon. Gladstone iiti-maled he ar.king tho members to rather on Iho prim-Spit involvc.il than the exact figure which he anticipated that the ex ledi'.ioi would His intention to ni.tain authority to redeem the plaices alro'adv made. It was undesirable to cuter into llni details ai present. objected. Tin- vote as cod tor- ho believed was- a Nc.xt !hi! llonsu 'would he to vote ;n carrv i n -work. The credit was agree. 1 i.i, IT t" 1-1. The minority was compo.-cd of Parnell-il.cs and a few Iladieals. No Consorval ivos were amoug the number. The tiuaneial secretary staled that Trevelvan would introduce next, year a bill ri-latin" to education in Ireland which would deal with tin' subject of school teacher.-., ilartiugton stared that the report (if the American atlach': itl Kgypt regarding the bombardment, of Alexandria was ot'a contide'ntial nature atul wouM n.ot lie pre.M.-uted to Parliament, lliigh Childcrs, chancellor of the exeh.o.iner, is goii.'g to Kgypt on a special minion in eonnoc-tiun with Egyptian linaiico. lie is clothed wit i extensive powers. A Foo Chow dispatch says the cay is .juicier. China has offered to payan iudcmiii'lv of francs, which the .French has ref.usw Twelve Chinese gunboats have been plaeed iti at Koo Chow. Admiral Courbel is furious and has dcmc his utmost to'provoko. war. The Tseng hail a conference with Granville to-duy and asked him tn join a Kuro-Jiean mediation in the tronbb-s" between .K ranee and China, but tin; Karl of Granville refused at ordered increased taken to guard J le KnKlish residents of China. Granville is preparing a nxite to the powers n-dicating his resista-nce to the l-'rench proposals for tho government of TCgypt and renew ng his declaration that lingland will withdraw fnnii 'Kgyi-t whenthe prosjierity of that eunntrv is assured. At the reform meeting at llirmingham last night ,lohn P.right said fhcspawn oi the blunders, wars am! corruption of tbe'i'lark ages of our history. They hail entered t 10 honor, not through merir, l.nt tlmmi-h the sepulchres of their ancestor.-. They were no better than their tailiera. Some of them for Uleir privilc-cs had produced and arrogance. The rnform of the of Lords urgent and inevitable. Tlie'i.'rna-lion of new peers !o pass the 'franchise hi would only pet rid of tin; present diflieuh v. The of the veto fiower of the lorils was the want. Should the people submit or shou i they curb the nobles as their lathers had cnrbei the kings of England1.1 Joseph 'Chamberlain said that, if the lords remained ultimate 'the would continue to the bitu-r end. fie looked forward with eager hope to the' r -suit uf ih" agitation. Kngland would never be snbser-vietit to th.. pretentious of a h'-ivdiiarv clas-. Tile Iron uiHl SlceMVorkcrn. J'n-j'sf.iritc, August The ninth aniina eonventioil of fhe assoe.iation of iron and steel workers assembled thi.-i morning with iwo hundred ICeeiiy delivered the m -dress of and advised education as the In-st. elevator 'of workmen. .President XVeihe's rospon.se was of the .same, conservative tone. At. the eoncln.M'on of the Sfieeches the convention took no the routine business ami Hi; Amoti" tim iiieasn res bronght licforc the convention will be advisability of establishing Mores. A plan was adopted hvthe Pittsbni-.-Industrial (Jo-ojierative association, and its success has attracted the attention i.f tli iron workers throughout the Dispatch -.oTnu A motion for ihe moval ofThe.ilore Houston and Horace llnssel1 as receivers of tin: Xew Vork. West re X: J'.nlt'alo railroad company was argued in premoconrt to-, lay udge Daniels bv a re of the Attorney General and by tin counsel for :liu holders of the company's bom s. A-ssi.itant Attorney Ceiu-ral Post, .John I.. Ilii' and F. appeared for motion an, Vcter I1.. McLennan, Charier, J'. Alexander an, Mr. Stewart, who -d ihc United enuiiiaiiy, appeared in opposition. M r. rcri.iwed tin: cjnlained in the r--ccnlly lo Attorney Ceneral o'Hrirn, and maintained that by ihe revised slatuli.'s it was eniirely wilhin Ihe power of th--Attorney to make a motion for the r of receivers. 'It. h.ul linen injontestablv shown that the compan v in which lie- state materially interested in, had become hopeless v insolvent, and was in a condition to pav running expense.-. Mr. Houston was declared to be more llian any man responsible for the present condition of the. road, and upon [lie basis i equity he. should be. removed from his positio us receiver, .lohn L. Hill appeared on behalf i two bond holders, who caiim lo' court, iilb-i-iii that ihe action bv the L'nited Slates Trust cV'i pany befor.. Judge Urowr. was the n suit of collusion, nn. I that an nulawfi and unsafe resuU had been accomplished in th appointment. receivers t'orthe reason that me who held ihe receivership were hostile to the ii teresls of a bondholders. Mr. Houston was d, clared to have been a willing instrument, of per sons who have wrecked the franchise. Peter 1 McLennan on behalf. if thu receivers claim.' that. niMihcrMr. Houston nor Mr. Knssel: ha, done any wrong, and that, the motion iu ques ion -should beiried not in the lirst judicial dis trie-, but in Orange fount v where the receiver li.idlwenappnlnit.il. lie was followed bv Mi Alexander and Mr. Stewart who received Hi facts contained in 'Warren Cnrrier'sallidavit am claimed t.har as Mr. Currk-r hold otdv four Ijond ontofr.n.OOO he could not make the a a bondholder. ]n summing up for the inolion K. Jt. Coinlrrr. argued, that, the appointment, of receivers had been made in an irregular manner tor the reason that it. put the road into the bands .of persons who had brought it to its present condition. Judge Daniels took tho papers and reserved nn Krroneiiu, .stnloiiiLMil Cnnritrii-InK Its I-'limnelul Vnndlll 1.1 riisoN, August An erroneous iib-.i. of the linanci.nl condition of tin! Catskill Muiintii n railrciad was conveyed by dispatches from Kingston last night. In IS.S.M j'i'.rien .lv lingers, contractors, commenced a suit against that company, balance due them. The company set up a counter claim of abcmt it excess nf( I'Hriiin claim. That In March (ri'.rien .t Kogi-.rs applied to the atti.ni'-y general to comtuence acti.on to dissolve the oomiianv on the grouni s of insolvency, lln April 1M Iheaitorncv gave thu parties a hearing am! on .Inlv decided that, the action would be commenepii nn 'tlie ground aski-.l for, and that ;iublic intcro-! reipiircil a dissolulion.' No action has been cnn menced atid no inr.iction obiaim-d, nor receive appointed. Th..- road is running trains as USUH O'HrienX- lingers were the only applicants In foro the attoriii'v general, bona fide of the road having refused to join with them i the >Vln, U'eri! so Kuilo as lo Wlion Ni-.w Yiiuii, August. The llrooklyn In, e-ii.-nden: held a mas, meeting tie night. i'.very seal, was lilled from Ilic orchestra to the rack-loft. A large juirl ion of tliu audienc.) was 1 lemocrats, and there were not a few Ulain who succeeded in themselves particularly prominent before the meeting was over. Horace K. Deniing and Car Schnrz were the cldef speakers. Deming was irequetitly interrupted by demonstrations whenever tin: names of the candidates were mem on. ed, and belore he Mulshed the uproar was so great that he could not lie heard. went into the history of the Mulligan leUcrs at considerable length, Ihe audience at times beeomin" thai he was obliged :o stop speaking for several minutes. In conclusion Schnrx. spoke in eulogistic terms of the character 01 Governor Cleveland, and said he was in everv way worthy of XVI.UIKKX ij.r. llnriil. Discipline Froii. tlm In iiinlns ot the llumv jit investigating committee this morn ing continued its examination of witnos.-es. Th testimony revealed dives of infaniv inl which the soldier is inveigled, roblied and some times murdered. Many soldiers win, rome tt Ua.ytoii become drunk and and aro arrested and. removed to. the home "and Ihen .imnislied. McMahon sai. t le universal complaints from soldiers pohitei to the harsh treatment., under the rides ;1ml wtir. They were treated as in a "arrivon and, should be treated as in a home. The soldiers cqm plained of the strict discipline and nn-. list, punishment. They wanted a resident manager, but. present resident manager li vcc in Cincinnati ami the sohllers could not see him Tit HKK IS A nKKXdllSfi KAIS. Ccremonien Ouxorvcil 1n I'laeiiii; the Comer Sumo uf trie l-eilestul of Stuluto NEW August A heavy rain prevented a large attendance at the laying of the corner stone of the liartholdi pedestal to-day. Boats were run at frequent intervals lo P.odloo'.s Island dnringt.lie day, carrying invited guests and others. The work of getting Ihe corner stone in position was not finished until this morning. The large base of the stone was covered with American and French tings, shields and streamers.' Above Ibis tloaled large Amer-nan and .French Mags. The L'nited .Stau-s Armv land was in attendance and paired, popnla'r se cetkm. The guests began to assemble shortly alter one o'clock, and an hour later the ceremonies began. The programme was as follows nl J'e.ipio llmliercil lioiia HS Ills Train 1'iinseit. ll'JTKi. August Tin: Pres-ii'.eiit. and liis party arrived from Kingston on a siwci.nl train, at o'clock this afternoon. All along the route groups of summer boarders could be .--e, -11 waving bonnets and and were crowded about Ihe stations as tiie train Mew by. AI I'lm-nicia crowds of people thronged Ihe depot, and pressed about, the Presi-i em, as lie passed across tbe platform. As I] train passed Chichester Hags were displayed and cannon belched a saline. The President appeared on -the platform, and bowed in response to the salutations. A heartv reception was given the President on his arrival here The party will remain a for ST. Luri.s, Itepnblicaus of the Thirteenth di-trict have nominated II. Wade for Congress. The of the First district have nominated 'W. Ii. Hatch for (Jreriiltjiek.l.iibor was r.-tiominated for CmiL-ress liv'lititli 1 le Republican and Crci-nback conventions lo-, lairman of the Mate committee of ihe Xationa ireetiliaek Labor pa.rty, has issued a to the or'tliat organization' informing them of the n umber of delegates each county is enl it led to in the state convention 'to lie held here ,'n Angiist 'J7. The circular says the convention be the mi.-t in its anv ye t the parly In theslate. Members of nittee, coiinlv and asscmblv ail.jirs are minesied to give their immediate M the selection of good and true men to -H'JI.JJ Iriyinr; tin: Hie f.raiKl LodL'O ofthe Suite or Vew Yoi-e IVillium A.'ltroOie. J1' Masonic lultlrvss by K. W. Frnnlc I: i.-uvrence Iiejintv .Musier "Ulil Ilurnlrvil." rrom old l-'crt. lisi-onrse bv French Minister 1 efalviv. by Allen Itntler J Itilnner." llencilielion by 1'olter. Me., August Ai the llemo-cratic convention Niithan was tioniir.alcd for The Crecni.ack eon-ventinn alvo nominal. -d KlKlitceii-Yeur-llIi! SMoolinB mi Illicitly in u >'eu- York .Slroet. NEW Ynltli. Augiisl. Samuel Galvin, agci is, was convicted to-day of deliberately arming dmself and sh.-.olir.g a [icrsor.al in a inblic street three limes, wounding him dangerously. At the trial Colonel Fellows, the assistant district attorney! made an eloquent address, in. wl.ich he attacked dime novel literature, blood curdling dramas and Hie exhibitions of "wild western so oalh-ll, whic. i were rifeenlly given in this citv, wherein mounted cowboys and Indians fi'ii-hl. si. am battles He asserted that, ihe eiVect of such s lows was to implani in ywuihfn! spectators a burning d-esirc to iutlict, injury for anil Killed. August miles a mve Ilradfordsville John Hun-hell and his sou Jim waylaid and attacked James Kakes and his son Tom. John Tinrchel! struck James Lakes on Ihc llfn.l with a stone knocking him down. Jim iturchell shot. 'James Lak-s through the hfi.'id as he lay upon the ground, killing him. He T so siio! Tom liakes, inllictiug a bad wound. Him Hnrchcll marri-d James .Uake.-'s sister, iti.l a feud of several years standing inis existed b :l.ween tin: families. .linrcheli Itull Vesienliiv. At Chicago: i n n i n e U evelaud o ij i 0 r, hits. Chicago s. (-lev-ciand error-Chicago UleveJnnd Al Indianapolis H, Toledo 2. At Louisville 0. Cincinnati .'1 Itiiiin] up; ititees. CMII-ACM, 'i'hn winners in -he races here were I.a Itelle X, Harry I'.va K. Nat. In t hiM race Seil-iev one was thrown otl'and in. iirwl. Mis horse also broke a leg. IClxit.vmx, Angnst. t issian, Cvnthia and yeon wen: :li" winners nt the races here KI-_ M'iiNM..i-ni I'AKK, August The winners lu .s races were Priam Ciena. lier, Ai-aiiiwi. (-.iri.lla, and Ciiidi-nwav. Trombone won the Jtitht utul t.efl. Ky., August. While wo negroes were quarrelling yesterday over the cetion, a third named i'.nrr Dean came out ,.f i store and commenced tiring into the crowd. The firing soon became a'n.l "Uor liu shots were discharged in two inimr.es. I'.urr Dea'n Ibnr bullets and is supposed to be mor-a ly A whire man nauiial Frank tt-ard was wounded slightly. Two negroes were i so Crooty i'url.v's Heroes. Nl'.w August The medical inspect, ,r Mi tin: stall' of Gen. llnncock Governor's Island, received from the board -if health to-day lermiis authorizing him to receive and reship oiheir Until burial places Ih.- bodies of ihc lead heroes of the Greelv eleven in lumber. The cause of death in Hie permits is-tut down in Lhe severe olricial .-According to ;thc ajiplication.the bodv ol Lieut, vislingbury wil] be taken to Rochester, X. Y., Sergt. Hdward Israel's Iwdv 10 Sergt. A. Lallston's to Howard, Ohio Private W. Kills lo Clyde, N. V. The Iran, sit permits were Kansas Chicago Unions 7, Kan-as i'nious .s. At. .St. St. Louis Cincinnaii Unions 0. At %Vashington Itaitiiuor-- I'nionsS Nationals :f. At Kichmond 0, A of 1'hila-i elphia M. on tho si. 1-unTonco. .Speciul to TIIK S.TANIIAIIU. TllufSANti ISI.ANH PA An from Syracus.: reached here on the steamer Untario at n this afternixm. Tl ere were about three hundred people aboard. Fully one hundred will remain here for a few ays.; The others returned this evening after a trip lo Alexandria Hay. Nothing of importance occurred on l.he ride down the river, when AliiKmL Home. Coirivpoiiiieneeo! Tnv. STAXHARO. AVni-liN, Ang'.ist Mrs. Mary JJailna'.l ll ion tlie'early morning train between Svracnse and Auburn to-day. She went lo Kiiropein April for her health, bul grew worsr, and re-tuim.il. hhe had hoped to re.-.ch her home, but was earned from her berth a corpse. She was n icr liflii-lh year and greatlv esteemed in Auburn. Herm-phcw, A. N. Ilollister and Mr. II. :.ibmson, .jr., of this citv. with two nurses were with her at the time.ofher death. KOHUII of Smashing a Dliinor rime. TIJKK, Angusl Charles II. Vogt. became angry with his wife while setting at dinner to-day, lie dashed a plate down on the .able so violently that, a fragmentglanced across room and cut his infant, child in the neck severiug the jugular vein. Vogt held the edges ol thu wound together until medical aid obtained, but the child is not likelv to live Vogt -was locked up. Crntefnl C'oreftns. AVA.siii.vr.TiiN, August L'nited States steamer Trenton with the (Ionian embassy aboard has arrived at Inchman.i They were met I'y a large number of Corean oHicials who went (rom the Capitol to welcome t.hein. The Coreans very (rratefnl to the Americans, through whom, as they expressed it, "tliev had been eii-ibled to see the TesitB Fever at Chicago, 111., August state veterinarian has stihrniLted a report tn the gov-ert.or In relation to the appearance of Texas or sji'enie.. fever at Chicago. A post morKun. examination hekl nixm three showed traces of snleliic. fever. The veterinarian that the infected districts be subjected to a schedule .bv procla'mation from now unul September All rajlroads and transiioi-tation companies should be enjoinal from IIIK catt e into the state from .scheduled dist.-ici, ur iless the shipment is accompanied bv a clean bill ot health ami have not. come from an in-lected belt of country within sixtv liavs prior to shipment.' 11 Mountain Side. CIIAIIMPTTK, N'. C., August. On the Duck-own branch of the Western North Carolina railroad, yepterday, a material train, while tin: mountain, broke loose from the and commenced going back nt a terrific ale. All hands jumped off ex, e.nt Conductor Wynn, who tried to apply the brakes. The rain ran on a trestle, knocking it down and ansing a complete wreck. Wynn went down ilnong the limbers, and was brought, so badly crushed that he died shortly afterward. .Supporters. XKW YIIKK, August The. national com-i ttee ofthe Xationa! Labor jiarty to-day passei es'olutions condemning the action of Carsey, Wolf and others, claiming to represent the party n approving certain official acts ot'Govcrm'r Cleveland and declaring that these liersons Iiad 10 such authority, and recommending their ex-ii sion from thu its the Correspondence ol 'Tlli STANDARD. Democratic cau.v: in thi.-' icalily is now considered safe. Mr. J. W.Kin-Hey. who disappeared suddenly a few months-' igo, has returned. Mo has been traveling, t in ngh the west and south, and it is suggested" that he has been gelling points and will soou take the stump for Cluvflaf.il, llendricks and reform. OuilriliHIl MMiln I'ltiii.iKi.vx, August o. The Surrogate to-day i jointed a guardian for the- son of Rrewster "a entitle, a wealthy grocer who died someyears go. Mrs. Valentine became acquainted with )r. Kichardt, who acquired great inllncnceover ler. She made him a pret-ent of her house in N'ovembcr last, and it was feared tbe interests f young Valentine in the estate would be Ihe Jtille Anmnll'ittloii. YOKK, August The Xaiional liille ssociajion decided toilny to have two matches t theii: fall meeting this year. One wil! be Ihe Jen. Sheridan skirmishers match from I'OO o 000 yards, and tbe ot'tier the junior nationa.1 u.ird match at 100 and yards. Onetliou-antl seven hundred dollars will be given in irizes this The Owner of the 1' nito.l suite. Hotel Uennnrml. August fl.-The iurv in the hotel di.sa.ster have rendered a verdict in whicli the.- say: "Prom th... evidence, we believe that thchuilding.havebee.ii unsafe for a longtime and that its condition was well-known to both the owners anil the lessee, and that tliev rarticularly the owners, should be hel'd responsible. anU to that end we respectfully ea'l the attention of the district, attorney to the. matter for such legal proceedings as the ease demands The owners of the building are of the Supreme court of the District, before whom Ouueau was tried, ivud the FaliansU-e' from the MAKSKII.I.KS, August There were ten eaths here -luring t.hedav ending at fl o'clock to-m'ghi. Iturlietl. August The building ceupied by the Schmidt label and lithographic ompany, and Tatnm A Bowen, burned this timing. The loss is about The ehinidt company, the largest lithographing nil on the coast, is the chief loser. Onuhun-red anil tifty laborers are out of cholera tivilay. Tin) last three doaths have >een among returned fugitives. There, are lO.'J :ases under treatment at'the hospitals. About Uen.. Grenhuni. WASIIIXCTUN, August Humors are re-' ived that Cer.. Creshatn will succeed L'nited tates circuit Judge Drnmmond; that first a.s-stant Hatton will succeed C.en. Gresuam and lat chief clerk Walker -will succeed Hatton. le parties, however, all declare that thev know ot.hingofit. Another rumor is that, Gresbam ns McDonald as a member of his law Seven Years. 1'anper ImiiilKrHins from JtuKKjit; Vo'KB, August Tim steanier landeti HOO steerage passenKi.'rs, ehieliv Knssiau Nearly all had a poverty stricken ajipearance. Snpfrinteutletit.Iackson examined them as to their means and i e ordered that. 2K be returned to Hamburg forthwith.. Jt j.s prulvable that, other willlie found nmong the remainder whew the examination is lletnocrat, was elected mayor lo-day, re-eiving votes to -l.'1-l for Size, tin; Kepnbli-3an candidate. The -I lemocrats also elect a ma-orily of the city government for the lirsr. time n seven years.i the e.vecntive chamber were Lieutenant Governor J.lill, of Klmira, and K. Smith, of Clinton. U is announced that the state committee's headquarters will be opened at 1.1 HotTniiiu in New York to-morrow v.-itl Mr. Smith in the VeBr'il lunnlgrHutN. August During the liscal ear ending June eO, emigninw arrived i the United States, or less than the The principal decrease was in im-dp'ants from Kngiand, Wales, Scotland, ire- t and. Germany, Italy, Norway, Canada ami r The only increase was from Austria. Mutch rnr .lluutl. YtujK, August A. purse of as been oll'ered to match the trotters Man.'. S. nd lor a trot at the Gentleman's riving park, in September next The best three 1 live, mile Mahili J.cvjtnc UAIKO, August Jfahdi has ordered. ,i orce of from Kagara Shillok tribes in einforec Osman The Jlisliareens have ecidcd in favor of iMahdi. Kassala is closely lockadeil. lid bin Territory lor tho An Accounting August The crei'itor.-. of Hie .A. Spraguo Jlanufactnring compami reti-rcsoniiug have formally d.-m-'jH'ed an accounting of Chafl'ee, the trustee. A.-iiiiNCTON, August have, been sstied commaiuliugtheotlicerof tile division of ss-iuri to carry out the. terms of the I'resi-lelifs liroclamtition ami e.xpel till intruders from lidiau Tftrritorj-. Hoynl I'alHce in Flumes. ATHKx.s1 The royal palace isuow n lire. Halfofthe upper story lias been dc-royed. firemen and sailors have been ujiired. Hie National J'lirle. WASHINGTON, August The Secretary of le Interior has appointed Holier! i-1. f Dmliie City, superintendent of the a jwstone national park. tlio Irish Uernoiisratiow. IJOHTiix, Angusc Governor Kobinson has ccented an invitation to preside at the great, rish ileuionstration here on August. 14.   

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