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   Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1888, Syracuse, New York                               THE SUNDAY HERA II" 1 fMIl IV A Mil I I 1 1 V liie ou 1'ublte I IT TIIF 111 lilLililL; I'riuler HElSHASliLKli Tilt Biirr am! Bill aa! the tutgw ffcoa all KfltfiYe 1 tbsoacfci 1 wliiwiJI ywu ilate waaiA you wEi. J i" SiuwjwWUas to JKMI tast a a Saaa: Tariff liiil. Marital liifdiriir Aired Court of Justice. IlK it orwunJt. -ay,   To the require- ments of tilt law in the he IVSuu, rivers Sania Anna. Zu'ia, 'rojsl'rt-. U n. vw have rvsjwiluij; whir's au uniu- funtol, w drrivcd ehVSy the of the wrtuvfcers fur txijoito, of m. Sear se foot of 114 curious hits bt-vii laorv cxixriisivo than wider Re- publican rule: Uiat tbe work has Ja- f vrtur juiy turiiv-l oat for many years; that the has breu x iobittnl during the lust tv.-o ytnrs 'aiul outraged br tlie removal of soldiers suul Uiu and orphans of ami by tbu tolk-.-tiou of moiwy for in the oilico. The re- Doctor Gatlinaer will uiakc will be racy, ami it into liio delaiU of the- subjott of which it will treat. Tli.'ro wUl be no glaring gene- raJiti..-s, sireU n-s IVuwlic-t icdulgeil ia when he made- hU liist r.'port to Congress, aiul Mich as the Commissioner of Peiisions tini'loywl when he made his ilrst report to Congress, lloeior Gallinger will content hitnst'if, to a large extent, in nmking cita- tions to qtiotntions the ot under oath durhig tho investigation ivhtoh has closed. idcnt Clevehind has bec-n given an inklin of ivhat is expected in this rejjort, and it is saiil that is very much with Benedict, aisd that tlic probabilities are there will be new PuMic Printer before the of the present year. Despite the iucttliat the river andharbor bill, whieh is about to lx> sont to tho Presi- dc-ut, is larger than the ono vetoed a year ago, and contains many more objectionable provisions, most of Mr. friends in Consnss claim that he will sign the bilL Some of the oldest and shrewdest Senators say, however, that the President will ua- doubtedly refuse to attach his signature to this measure on the same general princi- ples that be vetoed the last river and har _Jbor WH. It 5vill be remembered that tho President in vetoing the bUl statwl that ic inasmuch as many of the items for local improvements were intended to preserve and enhance the value of private propertr, and that for the improvement of rivers anil harbors should be innde in the lump and placed at the dis of tho President orSecraatTof War so tliat when improvements were the v could Iweompleteil and local influences not guide the disbursements of th moneV. The -President is between the devil am the deep sen. with this river and harbo bill staring him ia the face." If he vetoes it he will dobisiiself political heT.-jU turn whole sections of the country against him, and vet iC he sigrns it he VT! put himself in a. ridiculous petition. Thero ff is only one excuse the President can offer for signing this bill. He can hold tha there are improvements in progress whic must be continued, and that inasmuch as the -moncT. for continuing works which trill be greatl v damaged byastop has been pnt in the bill, h'j is compelled to sign it, even though it does contain provisions, lie disapproves of. And yet tod this is to assume directly the opposite posi tioii to that he has heretofore taken on a subjects. The President has continual! v held that he will not countenance a wrong for the purpose of doing the right thing as long as the right thing can bs don the wrons- Tvhile the Democrats in Congress are clamoring for free trade and dcclarins tha the markets of the United States are Ixrfn impoverished so far as the export trade is concerned, and are contending that th only wav to increase the demand for om surplus is to establish free commercial in tercourse with all nations, there arescv ernl countries which have heretofore far nisbud the market for our raw materia are now enjaged in opening up their own fields for the parpose shuttuig on the American yield. For many year Russia has been' one of the most covetcc buyers of American raw cotton. Dnrin the last decade a number of the cotton am k a s] do tint, and at lliere wuiiit came brlurw Jsatk-w Vatm at It was a tabtsss aad I'M rtlalor aiy.1 re- wife auJ Uuitoad. which constantly form of largeglvbales, a thick Lituuwu. j ji'obult-rs exjilode the mouth cf thw with a sullicirtit to Us at considoraWs disunw, aud tiw bitumen, uses a slow current, lulls tttffllly Into _ (lepusii of the some substance ntar le river basis. territory by 10 rivers Zulia, Catatumbo and Cordil- m Is rich in drjiosits and flows of asphalt jid petroleum, l4iWKrd the outh, where the U very abundant, t a distance of little more than seven from the confluence of the riv- rs Tarn aad Sardiuete there is a mound f sand fruui twenty-five fifty in pight. with an area of about Sijuare tx-t. On its multitude 01 cyl- mU-ical holts of different which jtc't with violence streams of petroleum i cuiisistins of a 1 The matter iu dispute was tho of their a lit- ile fellow who sat his father duriug apuawnUy enjoying tie uov- tlty of his iurrouuiliEg, aad iisteiiing with curious uiterfcst to udk of the lawyers. The to the proceeding, Clinton G. Wiggins asd Jeacie Y. are residents of Xew York citr, but home until five ytars ago was in Booncville, Oneida county. They were married in the hitler place- j'onte time in 1S75, azid two children were born to a boy and a girt Urs. Wiggins is the daughter of the Thompson, and her family, lite that of her haibaad, hais lonshail hislj social in Imve icorkwl uay and uinl of liie some tin J abetsd. it's all t, lay dear. 1 have been holding up sMn piciiy ia tbe wny of salary, etc. It me away fnJm ytnA times somewhat Las consSderabie iteh from ray regxilur Uvlng supply, but 1 can it nkvSy UK-ier tbe If you lave the refjulslte leisure vrnte nie at ilanfunl where I so this svt-fc for a two-wteis' stop aad teli what you do this suEjicer and how to eujwy If you ctsince to run this way break the news KecUj'. suJtic-n joys sumetituts prove disastrous. you are amonu' your Iriwuis I cstis write you and will to write more ire- qututiv, iu case you experK'Ste a such frtquenvy. Somebody is lorrurius tl iid hot water, cousins a noise t produceil by two pr three steamers lowing off simultaneously. For a long from the rite of this phenomenon le ground is covered or with itroleom. The few explorers for bakant "laibia. wholiavo visittxl this place, call it e Infrnuto (little Among other ems it is stated that trom oce only of tusse streams of patroleum was fllled in ne minute a receptacle of the capacity of our gallons, which for ono hour would be 40 gallons, or gallons in twenty- oar hours; and even supposing this ailculatiou to be, somewhat exaggerated, he fact 'remains tisat such a consid- raWe number of petroleum jets incon- uait active operation must produce daily in enormous quantity. This petroleum is f excellent quality, with a density of ightv-three degrees, which is a suSdent grade for foreign markets. Cocfiideriug he immense amount of inflammable gases vhich must, be given out by the flows and leposits described above, it nay be easily believed that this has a di- rect bearing'upon the phenomenon known 'since the "conquest as the 'Faro" of ilara- caibo. This consists of constant lightning, ivithout exploision, which may ve observed toward the southward from -he bar at the entrance to the lake, acd -Krhich Codazd, in his geography, explains as being caused by tie vapors arising from the hot-water swamps situat- Iaa iticfat z evidently acute chok-ra in- k now prosperous commission j merchant and real estate dealer, doing alysis of my nifiiial and physical btinjr I i at Ko. 77 Warren street, >'e-.r 'iuit thl--attempt to write asaiust the ed about oue league to the ensrwani ot the mouth of the Escalante river at the south- ern of the hike. In the depart- ment Sucre, at the foot of the mountains, are found various outcroppings of asphalt coaL Xear the mountains, ana not far from the river Torondov, there are various flows of a substance which appears to be distinct from either asphalt or petro- leum. It is a liquid of a black color with little density anil strongly impregnated wiiu carbonic iteid, mid its apparent- iden- titv -with a substance met with in the TTriited States among the great anthracite deposits leads to the belief that there also may be discovered formations of thas val nable C. A- HA31ILTOX. York city. The story of the the two jKtrties" to was is a tale that was to with great in- terest bv the crowd in tbe court room, whicU "was composed, largelv, of at- torceys from' diiTcrent parts this judi- I cial district. Mrs. Wijprins iva? ed by George E. Hyatt of Xew York. The Ttiund whieh he sought ty recover of the boy for his client was hat the lather was not a proper to entrusted with tie chiJd's custody, anti cuariurWr of tie a.s prc- by tbe young lawyer, certainly in a very uufavcrable h'ght. Until jist March, he said. ilr. and Mrs. "Wiggins iad been living in Brooklyn. At that time hev moved to York into the house 210 West Forty-eighth street, which hey had bought jointly some months be- ore and which had been rent-si to a vonian variously known, according to Mr. Ivatt. as Mrs. Margaret Stumps and as Miss Itia Morris. A few days afterward Itrs. WiERins learneil that the house had raided by the police as a disor- Lerly place only three weeks before, and that Mrs. Sturgis. the proprietor or ceeper, bad been convicted and fined fifty WOKK3IEX. Their rnfalear Square Meetings Dis- persed by tho Police. I.OXDOX, July 7. A large crowd as- sembled to-day in Trafalgar square to hear speeches from prominent labor speakers The police were present with astrong force and tried to break up the assemblage. The orders from Sir Charles "Warren. Police Commissioner, were to keep the crow o. iiu iVtst Foyy- street to a sworn sta'. was submitted from him, in which he said that he had thought her a woman of si 1 character, that she had furnished with eictlifcut references and that he never would have accepted her as a tenant iad he doubted that she wasji proper p-r- to occupy the place. V ith reference o the woman's arrest his affidavit was to he effect that it had been brought: about a jnrl to whoinshehud 1st rooms. Tile Sirl got into arrears for rent, and Mrs. jturgis took her watch and chain in pay- ment. Then the girl went before the au- iiorities and swore out a warrant, charg- that she had hen-elf been per- mitted to receive visitors for immoral jurposes. The house for seventeen years >revions had been occupied by a widow of inquestioEcd respectability, and its pres- :nt occupants were the family of a mem- ier of tie well-known drug firm of Alt- man Company. However, the circum- stances in connection-Kith the Forty-efehth street place had nothing to do with Mrs. WijTgms's motives in the matter of the pro- ceedings insnmted against her husband, it contended bv the latter s lawyer. For ivo vears he had bean offering her a col- usive divorce, but stte had refused to enter nto such an arrangement. The man 3ush. it was further said, had been a fre- quenter of his house he lived in 123d street. Mr. Wiggins had finally tamed ''m out and forbidden him ever to cross lis threshold again. After finishing Jiis "erraignmsnt Mrs. Wiggins. Mr. Jones proceeded io show the court tlikt his client: had always bomc a jood reDUtation. that his character for sersonal" integrity was of the highest_and :hathe had-abvavs 6T those who knew h'i" A "largo number of afHdavirs were presented on this subject, some of them having reference also to the respondent's mother, Mrs. Matilda Wig- cins. to whose custody it was desired that the bov should be placed. One of them was from ex-Senator R. H. Roberts of Booneville, who described Mr. Wiggins as an honest, upright man who had always been highly respected.' This statement with another as to the exemplary life and Christian character of the elder Mrs. Wig- gins was fully indorsed by the affiants brother. Supervisor William W. Roberts. Similar affidavits were read from William Comstocfc. the largest real estate owner in JBoonville. from Henry McClcskey, the former Postmaster, from Frank A. Wil- lard, the present Postmaster, who is also proprietor of the Booaeville Set-aid, and from John Owen of Owen Brothers, the big clothing manufacturers in this city and Utics. The case for the respondent was closed an arndavit from Mrs. Matilda Wig- gins, the DOTS paternal grandmother, who deposed that he and his father had been on a visit at her house in Booneville for sev- eral weeks back, that while there tie child was permitted to visit his maternal rela- tives whenever he pleased, and thac no un- due restraint was exercised over him in anv wav. When his father took him back to Xew'York, she further swore, it was in obedience to a summons to appear before a referee appointed to take proof in con- nection with a motion for alimony made bv the plaintiff in the divorce snit "After both sides had been fully present- ed. Justice-Vann declined to make any de- cision in the habeas corpus proceeding. The case was one. he said, which should go to a referee, and the opposing counsel agreed upon Franc's B. S. Oliver of New "i ork. who also has charge of the alimony matter. The meanwhile, will remain in the cnstodv of his paternal grandmoth- er. Mrs. "Matilda Wiggir.s. with the nnder- Kelley of Pennsylvania, said tiat as a Ile- publioau he bail boeu surprised to hear Mr Cannon aiake an assault upon Es- publicsn platform. There was no in the history of the country bounties hil bees pai-i to aa industry. If the d'jues oa were wrr.ug. let them be righted. The pLejiublicaii party had deciarc-d, not for the "esablishiiitnt'of the sys- tem of bounties, but for the maintenance of the Americsiu protective sysieta. Mr. Cannon bad sai'i luat prvle-jtivu tiid nut develop sugar in Louisiana. Mr. Kelltiy figures to show that it Ke that he had little though! that Lv should hear KepuLlia-ji echoes of the anti- Anx-riean doctrines on the other wde of the House. Why should Republican voices be raised in slzui- der of their party's platform and to sav that the to _ arrangements for this pjraie. j 2.A "he says that ail who are later than i> j stnnrt Jlr. iizritv o'clock "at, the West _ Shore mil- j store on -bv at, tu-! road station will ge- left The ex- i cursionists will go to Sylvan without change of cars, and trill; be met by the Sylvan L? said to been prepared to greet vis: to produce when at tiiLs time sci- ence had uudtiU twenty-five cvnt. u> the value of sorghum cane and bset: and when Germany and other lan'is wer-i establishing factories for the conversion of farmers' products into sugar. Minions of dollars were invested in support of the sugar establishments in Florida and California, and hundreds of thousands in Kansas. Mr. "Selson of Minnesota (P.eo.) suggert- ed that Mr. .KeHey was the only man who was thoroughly indorsed by the Chicago will te out ia on the trip. i -t. AjnOD" will tea ball irame for verwd draw-ri. jorffis'l a a feit. a.nd jest tee how is TO Rocliester'- Frtt Men to Play AVitU Our t and Chief Rc-iley hail ZepUv.--. th formed him that the b-r.' i somctliin.' of the cause of the- Sre so ArraBgeiffimts are about complete lor t-ne cmsf at OEM seat DeKctive to lese-ball game the- ist of'. bu: no c-le-.v could be got y norse y te cago uu- [Laughter.] Mr. Eelley ac- Rochester and tiia Zephyrs of at j '.Vrijht. Chltf "Wrijbc that Mr. convention. ccoted the complimear. The convention had indorsed him, and he was ready to say, "Lord, now lettest Thou Thv servant depart in peace, for mine eyes nave seen the glory of' the Republican party." [Laughter and applause.] Mr. MeKenna. of California. Republican, said that the Cannon amendment had no true basis of fact- or principle. Every item in the bill could be supported for the same reason urzed. to support this amendment. It was onoosed to the princi- ple of protection and" the Chicago plat- form; protection was sacrificed it" it- was taken from anv American industry. Were tlie gentlemen to interpret tbe plat- form as offering a svstem of bounties to s_ of the If this Star park on Tuesday, the 17th lust The j Smith would not co; Mayor and Common Council are extwCK-i i names of the t to attend in a body and the Citize: stand will be reserved for their especial cupancv. The cracks in the fences fiilsd ii-ith the pass gate nailed up and the breaks and ope-nings guarded by .UTUC2M tO the called ai his full bred warranted to kill bull dogs. Cash only -mil gain the visitor admittance. Tbe parable preceding the game will be a noveltv and will be headed "07 the Tube band, whieh will also play at the nark. This is the present make-up of the standing that all hisl-elatives shall be free to visit nim at an hours of the day. line Points Decided. altogether different light, and storv as told by him left the mpressidh that Mr. TViggins was a man orach "more sinned against than sinning." s, Secretary Fair- Small-rox After AH. YORK, July steamship Celtic, reported as detained at Quarantine early to-day -with small-pox aboard, was permitted to go to her dock at 5 o'docfc. The Health Officer denies that there wasany nail-pox on board. Fixing Over a TTrccked Banfc- Conn., July meeting of directors of tie reorganized National bank of Stafford Springs to-day Got Charks K Dean of tie firm of Dean, Foster Companv of Boston was chosen This is the new bank to succeed the one recently wrecked by Hicks. Two Small Failures. SEW YORK, Jnly Two small failnres reported on the Consolidated ex- change to-day. G. Steclo failed to meet hfe cTearfeR house difference of and posted. One hundred shares of St. Paul stock were bought in ntidcr the rules for the account of W. T. Edwards, A Bcantlfnl line ot wall cabinets cricap atS. C Raydcn tbe rnj mucu He set ont to show that the mother, rather than the faijier. was. the twrson unlit to be charged with tlie custody'of the child, and he succeeded in making out a very strong case against her. The retorn to the writ, sabrnilted bv him. charged her with fre qnent acts of adultery, and with other conduct unbecoming a woman of good character and reputation. In Xew YorS one night, it was alleged on information and belief, she left home to go to Wallack's theatre, accompanied by a man named Francs'T. Keating, with whom ste after- ward indulged in a wine supper, the affair keeping her out until 4 o'clock the nert morning. William D. Bnsh is another ac- qEaintar.ce with whom she charged to have been criminallv intimate. JJr. Jones began to read a letter to her Irom this man. oat was met with an objec- tion from toe opposing counsel Mr. Hyatt asked tbe Court to exckxlet3ic letter. Eis client had never even seen it, he said, as it bad been taken from the postaaan by her husband, who had frequently tannted her with it, bnt had never allowed her to ac- qtaunt herself vvith its Besides, she bad never had any correspondence with Bnsh, and under the circumstances the communication in question ought in justice to her to be excluded. The letter was read, however, and it produced a sensation in the court room." ft r j as follows: JfuJDeorJcn: "Was in Xew TorfcSaiunLiy and carac out to-day. no chance to call. Went down to Long Branch Sunday A. M. and remained over the Fourth tlwrc and at Asbury Part and Ocean Grove. Hsd a loud tiroc and resemble a boiled lob- ster closfly to-day aa the reautt of lying amnraJ in hathiniit snit on that Jersey sand. First time I was at the Branch or the other resorts. I wish I had a couple of weeks this sumrnCT to put in at any one of them, trai Kitii the exception of an occasional day chOd has issued a circular to Collectors of Customs authorizing them to allow for the weight of jute bands used in binding bales of jute imported into the TTtiited States similar to that authorized for tow bands. The Secretarv says that the bands used for this purpose are made of inferior jute, and are nt for no other use than as paper stock, the weisht of such bands being treated by tbe as tare. The Treas- 'amendment received a substantial vote he would go from the House to-day disap- pointed is his party. Mr. Cannon said that if the Chicago platform meant what it said, and if Mr. Keller 'alone of of people had the right to construe, he (Cannon) must KetoE'iL He was in entire harmony with the Chicago platform and so was his amendment. The tariff oa sugar was a revenue and not- a protective tariff. He was surprised that- Mr. Keitey should take an exceptional year to show that there was an increase in the Louisiana crop. Mr. Cannon quoted figures to show that in IStfl the crop was abnormally large, and in 1SS6 it was no larger than it was ten years be- fore. He asked if Mr. Kelley did not know that since the war the South had bounded forward in every industry except sugar. The sugar crop was a bastard and and a fraud upon the pro- tected industries of the country. I tell the said Mr. Cannon, that if I have got to choose between taking a tax off whieh is a revenue only and taking the tax off spirits, I will take it off sugar. I appeal from the ger.tlemarrs ,u construction of the Chicago platform to the pLitform itself." Mr. Peters of Kansas, Republican, said tbat he would favor a protective duty on sugar even if not a pound was made out- side of Louisiana. It was the only stand for a consistent protectionist. Mr. Gear of Iowa. Republican, favored the amendment and said tbat it was a sound, practical business proposition. Mr. Henderson of Iowa, rvepublican. thanked Mr. Cannon for his courage and ability for presenting the views he had. Sugar did not- come within the Republican doctrine of protection. Mr. Anderson of Kansas. Republican, opposed the amendment as did Mr. Holmes of Iowa, Republican, and Mr. Ryan oc Kansas, Republican. Mr. Payne of Fean- svlvania. Republican, saw nothing incon- sistent iii the Chicago platform with the Cannon arnendment- M-_ Breekinridge of Kentucky, Demo- crat. said that the" tariff must be revised. If ConTess should take the entire 000.000 otl sugar and J3 1.000.000 off to- bacco it would render itself absolutely incapable of taking any other bur- dens off the manufacturers, give re- lief to the taxpayers acd consumers. or relieve anv just cause of discontent la- bor might have. It would indefinitely pat off the'day for a fair revision of the in O? oopds: 24S pounds. r "Charlie'" Rvan. ss.. 242 Bounds; p.. cT, 310 posEds." The b3trery Js left to as is the case with ail Sres, are onl- too aurious to investigaM any "sviil suspicious fire and if necesKirv "s the entire wilce dersrtJECat on :o be guessed at, but may fall a trice j claim that'the boxes Wi 'f the above given- Tickets from the seat of the fire. short o: ___ are on sals at the itERiiD counting room. Mr. Hayden tmriks that a was the cause of the are. He had had several boxes of oa esMbltioa in front of the store, and about z M. oa the dav of the Sre hfi (included to close TIT? and go across the lake. He carried the hoses inside and tiiinka that a Sreeracker might have accidentiilly been thrown into one of the boxes just" before they were taken inside. This however, is by Chi-i Ee2cj "and Harrey. who 'ere some The "Saval Academy-. Jtiiy Board or Visitors to the Saval Academy feas made its reoort to Secretary Whitney. Among the is one tiiai the acs- j-prospectivc demic course be reduced from sis: to four' Abont- trsvo years ago Mr. Hayden was bamed out. He now claims that his insurance in tpa recent nre will not cover the loss, which be estimates at "-3.000. Chie" tiimks that the loss U estimated 103 high. years. The reason for adopting the sis vears" course was that the number of ap- pointments io the nav reduced, bnt the law LrxrtGTOX Ky.. July latest from is that great oald 'oe! esraianent now wrists there over the pros- at' present I pecdve war ber-reen the SberifTs posse and j the band gathered together by Caleb Par- j jjer_ tne of Connelly, jr. j It is that Parker has been located Scott wrnjt wtere he is restricts the number of appointments j to the number of esisting vacancies and j the pronosed change, it is thought. will be beneficial alifco to The and tne government. The board also j fortified by his friends, all of whoai are the first class of j fceavilv armed. It is feared that an at- recommends that class cadets be separated into divisions at the of the fourth year of the course ury department has declined to allow the to be directed into special course of study designed to fit them for tae particular ranches of the naval service to which any f them are destined io be appointed. Tlie President's Family- July Cleveland and Mrs, Folsom spend the days at Oak View alone since tee Rev. and Mrs. Wai- am Cleveland and ilrs. Hoyt returned to ieir homes early this week. They drive nto the city and visit the House verv few days. Mrs. Folsorn is looking erv" well ar.d often comes for the drive with the President in the morning-. She wears a bonnet of white straw, a red shawl and a white muslin dress for those early excursions. The President and Mrs. Cleye- and and Mrs. Foisorn have no plans for be summer vacation. It WaS impossible in and is therefore not a professional instru menu Bay State TVaking Up. BOSIOS, July meeting of ibe Democratic State committee a committee was appointed io a grand rati- fication ia the interest of the St. ixrais nominations. All Hie cities and towns of the State will be requested to hold ratinca- tion meetings as soon as after tSo large meeting under the auspices of tho State committee, wrnchTrill probably place about the end AugBst A Modest The First Con- troller of the Treasury Department has de- cided "that "it would be improper io delay toe payment of a requisition made by the Choctaw nation in I favor of its agent and attorney on the .Treasury department, in order that the reqnest of other attorneys to nave their righJs settled in the courts eonld be complied with. The amount nanred in the requisition is Said to Sporadic Cholera. Ind., July 7. Yesteriay the Pemocraiio party to take all the duty off of sugar. It would be impossible to do it without deliberately determining to leave the whole question of the tariff cn- nu- lous daties :ch prevented them from competing: with foreicn manufacturers. He believed that the true wisdom of Congress in seeking to reduce the public revctms was tn Jet the svstem bs so altered by conservative and cantioiis changes that crude material would be bronchi into the country rather than the finished product Then the proSt, of the manufacture would go to the Ameri- can manufacturer. The people had made Thrir minds tbat the tariff should be revised, but that industries built np under the tariff should be cauttonslv and justly treated. He believed that the reason why lie Mills bill, sormichdenonncffdari'i ridicided bygen- I tlemen on the other side, had steadily in- ITI commendation, was be- cause it was a moderate, conservative anf fair offer of a tentative proposiSon which ad. formally accepted tha nomination of he Republican party for Vice-president, le invited tbe notification committee and is guests to dinner. "During the afte: noon the grounds were open t Several views and likenesses of tbe party rera taken by a -otiotosrapher who came _p from New York.for the purpose. Mr. Morton afterward escorted his gpests to iis new come at EJleraiie, wfiich was greatlv admired All tbe party after- ward "returned to Xew York, reaching Jiat tirv at 9 P. M. morning Miss Emma Ryan, aged nineteen years, was taken SH and nt P. irasdwid. The physician pronounced it a case of sporadic chotera. There is consid- erable tmeastncss in, 5 We Are cheap to close them out at Ok cctiM not injure any industry. Pending a vote the committee rose, anc tfce Ho'ttoo st 3 P. M. adjourned. Defying the Torici-- X, July demonstration was held at Glasgow to-day to protest tho imprisonment of Sir. Dillon. Michael Davitt challenged the law officers if they believed Mr. Parnell sniity of the crimes to irr Mm. The government, he said, were false to their .oaths if they dM not put both, himself and Mr. Parr.ellii the prisoner's dock. If Ton want an office desk don't fail to sec th llniler Ton. it is the best desk made. for sue r Ton. i S- C. Hay aen JLdj. mpr'to take him will restut in bloodshed. Entertained by Mr. Sfortoa. RSIXEBECK. July Mr. Morton ten: All Aljout Colorado. A request for inf creation regarding "fcs attractions and resources of Denver and of Colorado, addressed to the -Bureau 01 Information, P. O. box 2.S46, Denver. Colorado, wul be promptly answered. Success awaits industrious and practical farmers, while the ot-portnixlnes offered to manufacturers and capitalists for profita- We investment are Trying to Evade a PrrrSBin'.GH.-Ttuy 7. compliance with the notification from Chief Brown of the department of public safety, the selling of auction pools was discontinued to-day at all of the pool rooms in the city. Tha rooms will remain open, however, and bookmakinET will be conducted by the pro- prietors. who claim that their action is not a violation of the law. of the Count of Paris. PAEIS, July conservative news- denounce the seizure of the letter of the Count of Paris to the Conservativa rter- Mayors of F_raace as an illegal act. Tie noon the srronnds were open to the public. Republican joaraab characterize the letter o____i nf as seoinoas ana naicn ous. ilan., ot teem condemn the seizures, however, and call IS a clumsy measure on the part of the police. John C. Head. Jaly Rev. John Calvary a rich deacon Qceens conaty. diocese of Long Island, rector of Paul's church, Glen Cove, the well-known cultured poet and divine, died at- the of bis brother in this city to- dav. He will be buried from his parish charch, Giea Cove, on TVedaesday next. Coins: Tbronsrrt a Hotel. ARA FALLS, Ont., July ev Park Hotel was entered by trarglars early this morning and the Rev. "Satii' Sites, the Chinese missionary, was robbed of Tnonev and valuables to the amount of Tbe hotel proprietor loses about and other guests are sufferers in smaller sums. Xo clew to the thieves. railing Into Z.ine. Prrrs3tT.GS, July Linden Steel and Iron company at Hazelwood to-day withdrew their notice of a ten per cent, redaction in and havs attached their denatures to the Amalgamated asso- ciation scale. 'The firm empioy about 400 men, members of tbe Amalgamated asso- ciation and Knights of Labor. These Pensions Slipped Thronsli- WASHiXGTOxy July President as allowed to become a law without his approval the bill granting pensions to Maria A-Salisbury and Almira Morgan. the only children of Maj. Abner Morgan of revolutionary army. Our Stock of fo'u'iijr "Seuf is tne aw5 best to t fcucd in ibe city. S. C. Hnyden J PEKSOXAt. Dr. Georre R. Rjrnts of Brooklyn i; the gucstofDr.R.S- True of Montgomery street. Mr. E. L. Ksrkaut! bis also Sirs. G. H. Greelev-are spending tteir vacation at the Ark, a tuaiTaer resort on Lake Keuka. To Support the Republicans. OS, Jnly 7. It is trndersiood that the Sunday Gazette of this city soon bloom out into a first-iafe Republican morning journal, with Harrison and Mor- ton at its rsastbead aad "Protection" for its motto. _ Gqt to S. C. Haj-den Ccx's for oarsains in furni- ture. Special inducements for the hot Etinard's fcc-creem parlor now A'Jf, Cnrtstian "association win be fed at the Home- xo. 2S East Onoaoaga street. at 3 p. if. T.H.Ciearof this city has been appointed jwstal cierk oa tbe Xcw York Central rail- road between Svracose and Sew Tork. Tne is SlAoO a year. Mrs. Favor Bansier is reported by Dr. H. S. True as out of danger from the effects tise Cornell runaway. Sbs is not expected, however, to ever fully, recover frets the spi- nal concussion she received. Toe Assembly's committes appointed last winier to investigate the condition of tbe Ind- ians on the State reservation to-mor- row with onr Otsondaeas. The committee will meet at the Leland HoteL Among- the contributors for Fourth oT July fireworks for the House of "Provtdenco were Thomas McCarthy, Joy an'i Pcnnis McCarthy, 3r_ ten dolfcirseach; Jobn McCarthy ami J. J. Belden. five dollars' each; Cantlee is Perry, ami Doctor Thomas Emory, two dollars.   

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