Syracuse Sunday Herald

May 01, 1881

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Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1881, Syracuse, New York THE SUNDAY HERALD. VOJLl. NO. 51 SVJ1AOU5E, N. Y., SUNDAY MOKMNG. MAY 1, GOVERNOR CORNELL. BIS DEMOCRATIC B1SUKE SlMPUCJTt M Kr. f HtV innming altfr morning wolkinx i fOffl ltn> KlK UltVf UUtCiavU ill !U- Of '.Ut? Vity to Capital Hill, rhuuuing ths of tils trscJ station at Albany fwit-ly of a ccrUua kind was greatly Vi-ar by the report that G-rrcell hurMU had front door vf Executive ia to a of the dmir-lwll. The vulior had rallttl to Uovurnor. and Mrs. Cor- to passing through thw t'ttHway at the without any thought cj horrible iini-n.yrii.-ly ills was com- mitting, opriiwl the ilvor. THE GOVERNOR'S BOOM. IB that line room of the UM -which of tho in tUl cxxiiil relate, if cudowwl with speech, oil Lho Stated secret history, the receivtw all ivho iuaj" cftre to bias. Them is no cereoiony thas imiile prasenta- tieapf acardto tbadoor-tc-eiK-ris nsutU- cieat introduction. Early evi'iy day, wliwi the LegUdaiure is iu session, 'tire rcoci is 'rith raeasbsrs. soaie Razing put of tie windows liEtlt' jMlmai, It of nuataal a act SME claiU. fTM-. also dfttjamai thm nis ii t Ot KUta. ill urovv f Uuw to ILe if UM Uor. trcur. Ho UtM luutcal aid WA-WUM JijiW In to tljf i i v o CKvrficS U 1 3 0 J omu- mxl Truyi, tuis was wwa by tho Worefettera by Urn uolhing. rXi-itiiyj and thtru fine boUi liiii.-s. Krvcu Lur.ilrv-1 o s Trojrs 0 0 OT> 0 0 u v SEW Yens. April Sccru uf today's i 0 0 9 0 I) 0 7 April The ISuifaloe about j-Iauciitcrwl iLi pictt-d kaock- icfjOslviji out of jiosition ia the seventh inn-mr, with 1." hits aod a tola! of SO, in- cludiTic a home-run by Foley, tho first this season, nn Kcnatour. -WAS then tatted for S Lite, with a total of 10. Koley and Ilowo wera B-j-Talo's batu-rv. HanaJas 1 sicts o STATE The J 1 i p o o o 0 i i 1C o o o o >'S COK VE3TJOX. of late day con- j ACROSS THE BRINY. A. 0? Vlrfcrla atriUjr Uu- IrUb Kooky. I THE CITY MAP. to and 1 K, to taA BOLD RUFFIANS. If a sazp is to l _ la; ia 1 1-3 fvr aai 1 aa; So OI4 1 o, Affii j CmUUiJt M ._ If i ttsy W. i Orww _ co 4 to .1. April A K M. iuu wUch Uary in king badly burunl as4 hi. OQudiUun i> daiorocju lljj uar fcloi or l-lati rioti. lli tain twaaau aad to gnuvful and tfixuinal whirh Iw uisdti ifertr TO YHJS bLSUOPtf UtadtfMta an important IcUxr la ArvhbiJjoj, of Armagh, ia reply to memorial of lht> vlic hierarchy of concwiiicg ths i land bill !ia that whila the j UMtitwiU Wfclcoino any from whatever quarter Umdisg to improve tha lion of arwlinj; to chaajjuj white would give it an entirely ciaraeVfr. of the changtvi bv bishop thinks would be inadiuiavihlB, but others might Iff arcbd-xl to. gathers iUvngth that t" with but iUjjht emendati I Jy So raa, i tad the U aad LrM U rr jxw-iMA aad was UsrU ri-Ii I TSwrwJcMy' HIS WILL. U-iojt j-is SttjiBfonJ fezdwifca i THE HALL WILL. br ur Otf us- Y. M. C. A. MA rn Hi. Wl for t'osTOS, Msai., April 39. 1 tfcp Ule Jaiurt T. Fields was is i county. Tba Boston L- jjivea to wif, together wist Uvjki, of art .acd aiauu-: wrrij.v. vridyvf alvii wi life insurance and 1 Other of are disposed of to i" i T-ry 4Uu: ii-T d to. Tho opinion I insu tha bill frircdi, iccludiiig to rZ. P. After.tho drath of hi-i widow, if ii- Vxrs nKATn or A differratlv, are to April Eilwar.3 irtC, to G- editor of the It dwvi. Ho AWrli was bom at Vortemoath in anil eJu- j Sarah H. Adams. 1 cated for a dissenting In ho j MINOR TELEGRAPHIC NOTES. m too interest of the I _____ for -.-liOt ol a i nt of as-i Mr. to cr-saiiivrstitin aid Kroatii-: diiti. li- i ual.'T i lia'J, Vtllr.i, To his s.-.n, C. i JLLk Bu: th-s snnderiioodtojbe m "SET seibct Mr. DasssS ss a Sste. a iEKtbat-ba dia {ttETltaHce 3------ Iiark, others loukicg into the sntiqua .'no place, and ethers sail gatisred about tho (-'ff lengthy arccla conwrnmg Governors UiUle iii ths centre of ths room, .inforruus him of SDfGCLAJK VISITORS. Sometimes there are singular visitors. .This wwk a canvasser for art journal managed, under the pretense that he -wna an artist desiring a commission, to reach tlw Governor's presence and bore him for ier-ral moments. Tha day after, tha door- keeper mado a mistake -which grcatly amused the Governor. is this asted the oyeiog E. cord which hnd just been handed lum by the dcor-lasper, "I don't know, said the. door-kseper; "ha a nice looking ruau -.vita gray wfciskers; might li a judg-.- fruin -his "Well, jiaw him Jo." said the Governor. The viator entered and proved to be a man of middle age, ihabbily dressjd, and with a cadaverous countenance. said the visitor, with a supplicat- ing-air, "ciy namo 13 E. JJaker. lUve-in Springfield, Illinois, sl- I bom in this Cayuga Bridge. I am in the hardware business at HpnsgCeM. I mt ia York city early this to buy; some hardware for ray Sore. Before I had bought I went eat walking and ivehtup to near the old Bull's' Sead hotel, where thay were salh'ng horses. I looked at some- the somo stole nay pcckot- Ixxok; It hnd in it every cent 1 had with "Well, of coarse, I made a time about end one of the horse dealers lent me jucney to gc-t as far as tliis on my war. home. I thought, on getting here, that I native of this State, some of ihoimlKcoiScials might lend me enough So reach Springfield. That's the reason of my coming 50 yosu" was not a public dimeaser of alun and dismised the supplicant. TEE MVTCAL AID ASSOCIATIONS. Sir. Duguul has been jininting to tha Governor the past two sinc-e his was vetoed thai woald enable mutual j-uracce terrible path lie will have to walk unless some bill that veto is passed. To change -the metaphor, he has told the Governor That an abyss of popular coaxlcinmitiaa -aw3iied him nnleas the mutual aid associa- j, -T to a deacon of the Missouri courts, in sssamitig the task of insuring their mem- btrs these societies corns under ths opera- ticr-3 of theinsuraEcelaws of the respective States in which they do bnsinesa. Gover- nor Cornell bas esprased great sympathy with tie societies in tbeir position and has Sportsmen's convention for from which wo g'eoa tlio fuels: The prize, committed, at tho head of which is Charles AVingtrt, have obtaine-i some fifty prizes of the aggregsto of pome which with State prizes valaed at and other prises which hava bean promised and which will be in the posses- sion of the committee before tha books close on the 23d of April, will amo-jat in yards long, expressly prepared for it, and will bs off-hand. A corel in the shootiBgwill beintr JLina-bbard is the wffl may be _ pa tjtfSr ffofea ctljQS wiH S ne is beyond neasnre were in deep mourning. A special train took them to IVycwnbe, and thence ther drove to Hughenden llacor. Ther were rectived at toe Kates of the Maaor by Lords Kowton and Barringtoo. THE FREIHE1T The t'rrihrit BtJU condcucs moro ng- grsssive and insolent. Tixlay it reprints in English' the article for which Most was Triujcr. EPIDEMIC .OIOSO FARJS, April terrible epidemic, somewhat at-in jo typhus, is making great havoc among horsed in thia city. The- Paris omnibus company is said to have lost francs and the Comoagnis dss Petit Voitures over francs. 1: FCXSRAL. Emil de Girardin was buried to-day, the ice taking place ex, Sr, Pierre near Ms readecca. Tha Arch- bishop refused to allow the Madeleine to be used for the purpose. A large crowd of- celebrities -were present. GirsrdinTi death leaves vacant a wat in the Chamber. where he sat for the ninth of Paris. There is some talk of putting up M. Herve, an Orleanfet and director ol Thompson Hersw, essfgnee for breach of contract i_ failing to complete the Cross-town road with the Union elevator. soft ITS rovers jjs be will jot late gnin ijj-proseest-ar in--ths- case., r I TMTHMT- fecras, 2T i' piece te thnt of havinp all ties shot off in a part of tbe Held. The ex- perience heretofore has that j M .v, uu t. offthetieshasoccupiedsomnchtimeasser- I LeSaid! asacandidste iously to interfere with tha success of the _______1 original shooting. For the purpose of de-1 cidm-j the ties five additional traps will bo j TEJALOF THE "ASSASSINS Oj-ABDn. .vziz. tie chair, j Lo.vDO.v, April dispatch from j Constantinople states that the arrange- ments for the trial of the assassins of the late Sultan are now complete. Tha cul- prits will be arraigned before a court com- posed of thirty judges and thirty State councillors. The evidence taken respecting the conspiracy and the confession of the _______ ____ _______j ______B. SFFassins that the plot contem- There will be in all sis individual plated tha murder of the imperial prince the three separate contests for ths I as well the Sultan, Abdnl Aziz, aud a j State prizes, and it is expected that the proclamation of a new Calipb. j entrances for each' individ'-ial coatwtwil! reach about 200 men. -A small ndimssion to the grounds, not to exceed twenty-fiva cents, will be charged the outside public, while members of the state association New Jersey, to furnish txventy thousand live pigeons on tho ground beforo the-convention mwts. and men are now engaged in the Indian Territorv in trapping them. The trap shooting will ccmmenee Taesday rcorrimg. June H, and continue until Sotunlay evcitiug. TB2 CEI2BBS.TED CASE A who Knew Jlie Real Sir Soeer Anhnr' Ortonra 7I2M] ITSK Set on luter- also shown a clear understaadin; of tho various types of these orgaruzatiocs. f them this week he said: "As Ion; as tie spirit of fraternity controls Sheni I have uo doubt their mutual insur- Tands would be honestly snanaged. Taie tie the Odd Pellows, tao will receive special badges entitling them to the privileges of aD parts of the ground i it all times. Arrangements are being j to furaLsll fnr T.-, hotels at Coney Island. Facilitioi for HC- ctss to the island at reduced rates daring tho tournament will bo aSorded by the railroad companies. to A EOVAL TF.1XCKSS. MADEIB, April eldest sister of the King, Princess Isabel, fell from her esterfay cear tie city _ and was y bruised. She has partially rccov- from the effects of hflrinjnrr. SI-OKTKC. SOTE3. .The Chicago that Uemen there triUstabe ilMH that Monroe Chief, at the Chicago Jnlv Trotting Meet- ing, can out trot either Independence, j Knox, or Sil Desperanduns. Accordins to the best authority, if Fox- ball had been bettor ridden he would bavo societies of j I Capt. Webb and' "W. Beckwitb are to swim a fix-day match in Enghind, for I 31 _ v em -wou e so flisaonorable as to misapply their funds, and ospeciflUv a life insnranra fn-nA nivir fund, upon -which Anight- depend welfare of wive. ilf'Jia. side." frebb" mi children. Bet pntside of the cicde of proposition from Beckwith. to swinTsj- rnile race for a side, eight of the distcnce start.. 'Webb and George Fearn have articlasfor a six-day match, K hoars a day. fur JKO o societiesiare aiany which have been solely to mate mosey, either by _ irisuriEgniejaberH or in other -ways. There Js of fraternity among them, no strong f-eling of bouor to're- strain tuem when there come, temptations funds. And, then, look -at the mutoal aid societies of other States, orgaiawd solely for monev-Taakrae, which wculdcoraa swarming into this State, if we should pass such a bill 'as that of Sir. "Eni- Why in thov are. into tte alms-houses oral insuring pasous in order to get" of lie wrath of certBin of tho Kjotoal aid societies over his veto and their ttreata to express their indignation ia a he could Jed it-as the polb-the his lips closing ffrmly nnd tverrhneofhBfaco aeter- imned character when "When I hought was ngbt-no matter what tbe That determination ha? .governed me tbrongaoat any term." An aasendzmnt to Mr. Dnguidsbin, pre- in Syracose, which it: was thoaght TvaoU meet tie objections to that bill given in the veto was forwarded to the 'Governor by Mr. Dngnid early in lie amended bill, however, M not totne and ture.- pass tl has pointed ont that it of these societies in other the societies The more mine of an an- report on the resnlt of the manjST- mtait of the insnrance funds with the' Sapenntendentof the Insurance raent is Uionght to preferable to a by Snperin- _ Ths follOTrfng appears in tba Tnrf; I tarsby challenge 3Iiss Belle Cook, of Cali- fornia, to, a race of twenty mdea, catch weights, or to series of from focrso six races twenty miles each, for the sora of (one- thousand dollars) a side, and 1 hereby appoint R. B. CTionler, of tho Turf, Field anf Farm, XewYorkCity.tiestake- hoiuw and my representative in America, to except all replies to this chaUOTge, and to make all snch arrangpmeats as to the tJme and Tilare when such contest or con- tests shall tote, as ho may think fit. M. B. Steresige, Herts. Aprd JJ, _A challenge has Iwen to Maurice Vignaui by Jacob to arrange a xpatcli for il.QOO a a'de. Schaefer's propo- smoa. u that- be -will play either in this conntrj or in England, not Iced us to ,.rcroiwill consent to teavs e think Hiat Schaefer'scbances of cheating mm on his own gronod would be excellent, anil to him tbo. lion in his den. The victort- wcaJiJ bo cf doable Tahis, if won tram th'e treaca eijiert on his own soil. -_ An ..English, criclcet eleven will laira i.ngiana for Australia next autumn. Their ronte wtllibo via this country and they are. it is stated, to play at Boston, Poili- Francisco, >_at the principal cities in Canada, 'uul in Septsn-, of pro- tJl6V Wlfl thar care, ngish eJaroj is made np with great it may return home with shorn Jan- Point of view tho the. to HOB first-class cricfcrt BISMARCK'S LOXDOX, April from Berlin say it is believed there that Bisaiarck's threat to transfer the seat of government thenca is a mere trick, intonde.1 an elec- tion-wring move in favor of the Conserva- tives. ________ Sontb .tlrica. 1'KACK W2Tn TItS E.VSCTOS. LONDON, April dispatch from the TOBK, April Staple- ford of Manchester, England, who. at the time of great Ticiborne estate rinim was said to have been by the English authorities, is at present paying a -visit this country, and was seen to-day by a reporter. 3Ir. Staple-ford was tor years a prominsat soHcitor and attorney ct Sydney, New South "Wales, and Srst made the acquaintance of Sir Roger Tichborao m 1S54, when ths young man was making a tour through South America. Ticbbomo and he soon became fast friends, end atter less than a week's acquaiutance, tha former had told Siapleford all about hishomoatTichborne, England, acd Ms fanaily. and even confess- ing that an unfortunate attachment for his cousin Locra had b-.-a ths canse of bis leaving for South America. Beside the lows. Sbct up as he has brer: within the prison wait, Greeaiieid has always been courteous aad pleasant, especially with re poners. and his greetiss was as as ever as he thrust his whita hand the bars to grasp thai of tie HEEAZH porter yesterdav. He has "brsced zrT as Judge tluatirigton hss jtst hi3- a visit and has girsn mis h'r-pe he win secure at leas: a commutation of snsde by ths properly ,-cur on i purchaser wffl pin i AS T.tVyf nr. ,nir-_ t- .ywaica a cf vwv over and one of ihe lots. j Ia the propsTf "wm be described S I tobeaboBaiS Ei-Aldermaii CahiH wants or Cape of Good states that the govern- j merit peace with the Bisntt-i information he had irom young j Tichbome, not then s baronet, he had re- MRS. LINCOLN. Coiws (o itt eria. III. DL, April report having recently got into newspapers widow of President Lincoln con- templated an early visit to Fan, in South- ern France, it may be stated thai Jlrs. Lincoln is now at tte bouse of her sister in tiis city, confined to her b-jd by sick- new. She never expect1! to co abroad again. She is subject to periods of grest mental depression, and her friends have serious apprehensions about her recovery. SDICIDE. ceived a photcgrapli of Mra s parting gilt, and they had arranged io correspond with one another before jrartimj. In the summer of Ifciger, who had been travelinj throagh the coantry. re- turned to Kio de Janeiro and Stapleford received froci him a letter in June, to the effect that he was going to Sew York by tbe Bello. Skon af tor that be beard thai the Bella had been lost at sea. and of course concluded that his friend drowned in her In 1S.V3, his partner at Sydney, TFBKaza Gibbes. wrnt to and Stepletord gsve him the portrait of Sir Hoger, askinj: aim to IJady Tichborce inraris. and break to her the news of hsr son's d_eatb, telling him at the ssaie time what he fcnerr about tie Tonnghe-ir. In before retarnsd to Syd- nev, Stapleford caaie to York on bonoess for one of ha clients, and while _ a frrvm fiihlws staiinw ihis iiocn! Tort bf III" OwB YORK, April turn, aged prominent merchant, com- mitted snicide to-day by shooting through Ojoiead. Ho had been a sufferer from nervous tnrablsa hitdy, which was j sgKravated by the death of a sixteen old daughter. This morning be nroc nied hfa brother-in-law to a TThito -------._ stoamer. He went to his private j beard of the of fc 1SS and arrirni nt Lon- don be cocld not find Gibbes, and conse- Some and that faflsre -wi _ around a'iittle, I am feeling berMr. prisonani ______ ._ ____ _ _______ sane Criminals and was cured by a timely applicatioa of a keeper's aiipptr. (JreenS burst into a jolly roar of laughter and fecmed to enjoy it famously "I never of Citv- Auditors 1 the use of matters connected to work to Sad deed when no sncc anywhere. These e but there is has been said for And Jfow- it Very Last sliortl There Euntington si the strange pr different taan from the GreeaSeH of a week ago. He said that his lirtfe daugh- ter WES sail stopping in the Fifth ward at the house of 31r. Gwi-se TFest. bai they as Bsaal, very feejinglyia respect j would be raBe-3. He Kuntington, as he has a right to do. for i asked West he would do in a like BO aan aver labored acre to j Larsed block, which, if prcperiv save tie life of another. j mignt hava J" their way toward the THE COUNTY HOUSE. A irlll z 10 Ihr At2caljan or ibn rdl Irer. Ths County receiving its annual cleaning 03 a trip through ths ia- --------------------destroyed-------, way. thtn. when it was io be rebuilt, 1 wotild tbe owners to erect tbe -walls within tb? proper limits. There is another capcwmaa. Of course, the rich yean cores very litua about it, because ha fa to pay for a survey whrosver hB WASHINGTON. i be saw Mm at first he did not thrafc ne -was TTASBI.VGTO-T, April roe Treasury Bfpartment has designsted port of JlicWord, Vermont, as a whence im- ported merchandise may Iw in bond, hi transit between St and CacadR. THE J-ASTK5KR An investigation is firwctod early weefe in respect to tha aisil-bas contract, in which Gen. George A. Shen- dttn istoterestwi. obtained the fastener patent from Jayman. tbeinvtntor, and delivered it to Sheridan. has {rone on a trip to far west. has asked for an investigation, ami is expected some very important dCTelop- raents will remit in way of tte tionofunsuspectwl psrtiw with tracts. .___ THB HETOnUCAS CACCCS COMMnTKE- TheRepuWicna Senate uaiicos coromit- flnallr wctwded ia hnvinjr a confer- ence with the rwAlwit to-day. ence w e to bava a report to >'ibiwf W he got Orton into scheme, prosnwinK him arfiare of-the spoils, and Orton -wtnt to and bought Cnbutt over, wnoiDR n favorable, reply to Tich- nrts'g SenirforrittsintrodncedttbUl ia Sen- yestorday which is designed to stitoition one day recetitly deasoastrated. Faint is being pni where needed and evary- tLing has a Joolc ofswseiaess cleaa- Thtre are abrat one hundred smd twcntr inmit-es now cared for and they but the pswr issn is not able to all seemed to bo -verv healthr. IB maifas 1 >s just the ihiag lo trip of the with 'Wriffht, the I fceJP W7ter was show a-very peculiar case lich passes tie doctor's understanding-. to, that tee xnattec" was given to fcira and he snppcsed that it was a matter tint Bad been thoroaghlycanvassed or a? would blown oT3t and struck Mm ia tha f orehaad over ice right eye. The crashed his ftall, bat he gradcaHy got better tiata some tind of a growth ap- pfarsd TvMrfi tss lacrBsarf ia saa. W it is mach largsr than a fcen'segj; SSTiSJ ficely appointed of Aldgrmaa Jofca Bedford. They scattered themselves about the several apartments of tieestab- Hsbtaint t3J, at a certain signal, ths com- paay present assembled ia tha reading room, and Aidermaa Tremaii proceeded j to escort Alderman Bedford into their preeeace, when no little astonishment was depicted on bis countenance, and ia was s.fijl more discomnted wfcea City Clerk Dorwiacttacied ia a asat little speech and presented "aim with an elegant aldar- roanic badge. Mr. Dorwin said that a portion of his nuznerous friends had met to give a slight recognition as tie candidate who carried ibe Seventh ward with so large a. siajority at tia last election, and bis ser- vices in behalf of the ward and thecity at AsfemUymaa DuguiJ said, in relation to j targe thus far dnring his tenure of office. the introduction of tis bill above i said: "AJdensaa Bedford. I ha-e a little tokea cere that I am delegated to present to voa as B memento and reman- fcranoeof toe esteem in which you arefceM by year frwoas. AJkyw me a> pin tms not pasted it at all. Mr. ssys the ralj ai-ain bim. wt3e cst or. bail at H; Chester, where Stapleford had gone mean- while to lire, and at a saootsns match at the Eenevue garden he accused him of fraud and threatened to expose him. Tbe claimant then informed him that he was not Sir KogerjTichbome, but Arthur Orton of and he bad been induced to Tici- bome by Stapleford's own partner. Gibbes, who haa conceived the frsod. iaJcing- advantage of the information given him by Stapleford. Gibbes had. instead of returning the; papers to LadyTJciborne, wriWentoher 5 At Trentschin, Hongnry, recently. tbat her son was alive and well at WaejVj yocng wonam who seems to r4 This growtii covers rigbt eye, f by Kiting it up the boy says he can see all who did not wish have his najce nsed. i badge upon year -vest, wiccJi wears posf- -------------------EOt passed its third read- Sve you triO wear wiji credit to yonreelf a il cecoa aad your constituency. Mayyonr lifs ba vp prcgi-itsiis happy find a prosp6iroits best be coaH after so compJaldy takes by tbanied tte dosora remembrance. Ha est case is ever saw. and "proposes Jo taie and it raay be TO undergo sn operatioiv County House, which will ba a of grent convenience. necessary, yet bs did not Eke present j.-lan. thwasand dollars is fixed as the lircit of Gjoaey to be spent, bat it wia be this sam from time to time, until perhaps it may eqnal the or tjjereaboats which Br-fTaloecd Rochester have expend- Engineer Griffin has in map which, uu v i w- U.H...-. w u., ixi Wagpo. intending to get money from her I Jbe anger cf her iussband on accouat of prew-s of to send him borne. After a great deal of i wifely disloyalsrplaeedacsrtridgsoi: