Syracuse Sunday Herald

July 10, 1881

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Pages 1 - 6 of the Syracuse Sunday Herald July 10, 1881.

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Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1881, Syracuse, New York THE_STJNDAY HERALD. Makers Stand Wfaitr How. ttarfield-A Cood M5ht> Tile BalJHin-During the Night Errrrone Few Wordi flf W111 TLere He a Ue- jtctiaa' P. M. Febrile Hraetlon MlmllKr It, July F. bulletin just shows the Presi- dttil's condition at M. as follows: President's condition has continued favorable during tbe day. The febrile reac- tion this afternoon dots not differ mate- rially from that of yesterday. Pulse IDS, limit rat ure JOI.W, resjwraUoa 21. ISlZealj p. w. ULIS3, K. BAKS83, J. J. WOOUU'.VKD. KEVBL'KX. The conditions are so favorable that ao further oaicial buUetias will bo issued un- til to-morrow morning. The pulse was taken after the wound had U-ea dra-sed ami when it was unduly excited. Since Jhe examination the pulse has been raised to by VISWOKS. CaUswt tbwu by UUsir wi vw Ur. Buudtrlaud has hrre jwt wiUiluia taw ol I-UVSICIAX'S 01-IXIOSS. aU tiw ays "iht muvj, better Uiaa tist ufebt of t'j Isojw oni" and the is fully assured we could not ask Ifcau tte All is welL" aLJUre MRS. CARKJELB's UOfe. The of the have not a wavenuj; of and lire. Gir- fleld iwvi-r have unta he is P. SL The condition still continues good. There has been no increase of pulse since the official bul- letin. A OK Secretary Liucolu, however, gives a word of warniu-; he, "the .resident is doinS remarkably well. I am very confident of his recovery, but I know that he jsyet and wft be for i long tune a very ack man. I think the general public think he ,3 near or Such 13 PfiJCE FIVE CENTS SPOBTING WORLD. a.-T _ 1 fix. J03fiN BUBNSIDE'S HIL JUilkrr wtwiUsttnuanj ler TieOBtyifstattoa they wereealfed opccto rn.rur.. jHH, wu ia Ua foorta twt wteoJfc- i tazM in atoad, for------r- "uuuwfc-xt" WteoJfc- j r., w.r JJ' as TUE TABLES TCBXKU. The MtuaUoa has changed only iu that hereiofortj have refused to cunceOe s the subject of Gen. ou with the understanding Oomaiaeat were but sligh-jy fctted by the ntws of maticaof its President, a This was saruniueu ertd however, and of Ibo a furtter Jn tie ere was atjight nacUou. Ilall- onTutsday with a wnlident Ofuis to the favorable from MaslunKton la regard to the Prwadenfs condjuon. Prices shovred an advance of 1 ijjajjc SiJJI lUTOW improvement. Tbe market continued to advance until near the close, when .th .lay of May, which zratesfcfca over ssvea years oM. He mlgit be if. ht-hadnv. years CM wbca he Bl a will m jty. ttir andiraneof bis j Ws, JM-W w 1 leans. Once ________.. ___ traiufcri rfcs viJLiaa r? but tticot :t v soy.- There isdanger ahead, but the how is that it may be averted.'' Private Secretary Brown savs: The e President is doing so well that it'is almost too 'good. We would gradually expect a reaction from this favorable may not be serious, and we do nVbelieve it could be fatal, but xve should be ivadi- at any time to hear that he n-as not so wtIL reacted somewhat shown by the remark cf Mansion House dinner table' to-day whe id: -If 1 t.4 tao- u s te.... HnacaEal...llo CEUlral...iooj4! have nominated two stal >r> then THE AXSA.VSI.V P. ol the Prnid P.. X-There has been a slight change in the Presidents pulse since the last bulletin, it having lowered one to two CondlUon Alt That e Clrcum- P. Surgeon-General Barnes says if the President's recovery xvas al- ready assured his physicians could tetter condition of the cose than at ent pres- f f WASUIXGTO.V, July 9._The would be assaEsin of the President has begun to come down from his free and easy height of dis- interestednssa. Captain Vernon of pohce says: "I have never seen a man so wretchedly cowardly as is Guitean since the crime. "When leaving the station for the jaii he pulled his hat over his face to conceal his features and clung to the officers as e drownin- a straw. In the hack he does to P-M. HP. The President at this hoar. resting comfortable, The ITc.ldent .Mrrp. A, President is now sleep- ing naturally with no change in his condi tion. M. -'Still the .Same. A. condition of thePresi SHOOT TaE zocEEsns 2i -ae wiH oe word led to ecotcer and LakeBtWestera s o... so ICh THE GALLOWS IN ARIZONA. however lost yesteroay s caucus. Th another in favor of Mr. eee _0u the vote for Platifs successor the nineteen stalwarts who voteFfor JTr %VheeIer did so, acknowledging, their last torney is Sirs. Charles Smith, St, Louis, who was engaged _ campaign in writing political articles for the Democratic press. Her full statement has not been made public, but so far as it is to the eftect that while at the Sturtevant in New icrfc last September and October a party under the name of Guitean two others, caBed on her. They opened the conversation by stating that toey had been informed that she favored the election of General Hancock and that something must be done to prevent the election of General GarSeld and that thev were in possession of some facts which they desired she would put before the world. She took some stock in their state- meats and after two or three interviews m wbich she became ware that there were some seven or eight persons connected with the jusinss, she was conyiccsd that it was a most infamous conspiracy in which they were engaged, and indignantly refused to mve anything to do with the matter. She t once repeated what she knew to the au- ._ I-T-- Acmmtfii, Ilfllf byont of ths Tieirorganthisafteraoonsays: "Neither ir. Wheeler nor Mr. Rogers can be madeacatspawto draw his (Conkliag-s) chestnuts out of the fire. Fair men renting both wings of thenartyare iathe End or a Be- on me Scairold. SAS FSAyosco, July Har- per the murderer of John Haliiday, was kanged at Tucson, yesterday. Harper asked for a glass of water and then, toting of his hat, said: heres hop- timss-" He trap of- Me. Woulii a The escellent pastor of Triniinr Onreh tells a good joke on himself, which his evi- dent relish and inimitable way of telling causs any one to greatly ea jor who hears it It appears that he bad the'front of his piazza decorated on the Fourth of July red. white and blue buntiar mch acswered ihg double purooseofS took End Ms- the place T- "Good, bv to bmted States." Father Antiono tha fcred a prayer acd baSe the prisoner bye. aarper insisfed upon his own-neck. After the dienffhad adjusted it he said- teregoes.-' He made no confekon out wrote a touching letter to Cm-lev Bill, a wellknown desperado. admonishuW him to take warning from him andnot to too handy with hfe pistol, and to "stand a heap from a man before you kfll hi is sought, the end can _ i-eacneu five votes willTo y those who refused to go -s caucus to, ask for a new j.rt-0-thirds of the Republican nave agreed upon candidates. deal noouthatfuUy two-thirds of the Ste come over if Mr. WINDSOR REVIEW. A Fine or Erltl.1. Volunteer, Queen HJgblj- July the review of the volunteers to-day there were by actual computation men in line, and Queen expressed pleasure at the spectacle in more thanordinaiiivsirongterms. The stelwart Assembly-I Prince of Germanv awning, and to exhibit _ aitf when .the shower" IT persons Bought the piazza as a shsf- terfromitheram. It wasiat this Si Sat asomewhatbefaddled stranger apoearei He masgered into the house with perfect 3ir- Searles THE BOCHTSrvft STAI.UOS- 2ACS. j the asaint upon the Preedent ccccpisd so J little paid to the greatest stallion race teas ever i occurred. The of the Thnc. tells the story so well that a good deal from its racr aecomt and print it below; It_ was a race of intense DOTOOUS proportioas: is was fikeari as 'oSows: HHOOT-IO ISSaaiastocc. taart Ift CI7i3AST2BO fCBSE SO; fSf. 5S5tbS1 intrfattTitovwbSe graaually unfolded itself befere difflce, and yet left Taanvin thedLfrtfS Third The street deaaing contracwr: "P w d prize. Pmsaiag- the was tenor of ca-wav do i hfe-aoitv. vmrrrh i uittiUttrv -wae i5r. Searles confronted him" Sghsinj and asked him pleasariav whatSTwonld asala3t it was aoj.% j among a lew thasjche- All to be Ehst from sajn to the groiads- nouse bv savi i I Bliss, bookmakeigand f v-ESDiJii a J TVtVltclTer-n -n April, a "warrant 'was or- drawn for which waTthe Briar oacfc- until the contract is. rr THS BOSS woma> jPertinent to this, a _ saw fit to release them from their pledces! The stalwarts, however, say thiy will Tolunteer soldier horities. She believes this was abandoned, but THE MOREY >pearing within a week or i-ra after this, she believes the same partv np this Utter. It is understood Gnileais, when questioned about Mrs. Smith, denied] he ever knew or called on such a party. A considerable portion of her statement has already been corroborated, and whether they they have a bearing on the case or not some important disclosures mav fol- low. General Crocker, warden of the jafl, yes- day received a letter from Chicago signed George Kke, and dated on the 6th inst and saying: "I see by despatches that Guitean wants a good square meal I knew the scoundrel so well: that I take this liberty to teH yon that good food wffl kesp up the assassins voan -vote for Crowley say they will reasons which joint conven- TOKK, July S.-Sailed, steamships ng for Mifler and Lapham. e for Crowley, they voted f for Wheeler, i -1.V1 -tuieeier conspiraev i who has heretofore had onlv half-braert i -wl men for Wheeler and Eogers as half-breeds. nepeg from MontreaL Jsi iw, Oder for Bremen, and -for Antwerp. Arrived, the and the WHITE MorsE StaTES. of tie Prr.1- Ike Weic Jnly Tbe eighth after- noon of tie Presidents prostration has been borne by Mm with the sobls t crtltads characterized bis bearing annny thewhote crisis, wearied of comsfi by the mighty pnyacal and nervous strain. He efacatelydetenmned todoanheinowsand is best for Mm and l3 I relished bntenjoyed his nomishment ftfa I" afternoon and wag less restless during the day. His sleep continues to be He asks questions, balks about tie condi- tion of his wound and always is ready to have it drrssed when the proper time ar- rives; begun a little earlier than nsual to-nightat his request He wanted to compose him- self to rest The pns matter was found to come from the wound in a healthy quality the supporatfon ih'ere- rore is a cOTrtinned success. Thejmteewms not taken until after the wound ,-v false pride and egotism. Kesp him on prison fare and yon will begin to discover, that this fellow is more sane than is gener- ally thought I stopped at the same hotel in Sew York witii Guitean, when ha told me. h. was capable of great deeds. That on good nourishing food he felt could attempt grand .things, and that poor food took all the steam out of him and made him feel despondent Guiteau ii a great rascal His philosophy is, the end jastifies the that he is enStled to get a living untfl be achieves an exalted position; then he win do everything straight Keep the fellows diet low and yoa win bring him to a sense of, the crime he. _ has committed. Keep from him aH that comes that might keep up his prida I know Ho understands considerable of nature; he thinks his pheuominal oondnct mystifies and creates wonder. Yon will find that wffl brace him up; to withhold it makes him moody. The attendant at the treasury elevator says that on the Tery. day before the shooting of p the Wtenyour correspondent asked General I Hnsttd whether some compromise migit HAMBCBO. July theScravia not lead to the caUinz of another caucus Sailed, the Herder from or tosome arrangement with this morn- r HATM Jnli mgs stalwart committee, his answer was: Yon never. The men who called vester- caucus are under obligations to many of the men who entered it to go into another. We conceded every- thing possible. It rests solely with them to say now whether thev will accept the candidates of two-thirds of the Republi- cans, make some arrangement with the JUemocrats ior an adjournment, or star nere all summer. They may do what they like: we wash our hands or .the whole business. tfi_----- UU3UJ6SS. They refused unanimously to enter anr caucus with the Administration men. and when we caucused with a full two-thirds we conceded them one Senator for whom theyhad been voting and we-had not for harmony. When we aban franelveo Items. July Eepubli- convention nominated Judge It. C Blake for Mayor and John Sedgwick for SheruT. Kichsrd Hyes, a well-known jonrnalist and a native of Ijigland, was ara'dentaUy by: falling off the Alameda into the water. He was stunned bv the faHand his arm being broken, he was unable to help himself and drowned before assistance could reach him. ogetically stated thai he didni offend "good society." A SUSPBISE. What the Kchuildint of Xn-Inc School Those who have had charge of the ex- tensive repairs at Irving school house met with many surprises, but none more ttmishmgthanaiact that was stated toa HERALD reporter yesterday. It wffl be remembered that in the spring ths east wall of tie buiMing- settled so that it was feared it would fan down and uerhans cause serious injury io the scholars! if not The school was removed from ibe bufldmg aad the wall was torn dowc to be rsbttdL Whentte I the in- ad- street, near Broadsvay.aad divide i Pool-room a: Hunter's Pom e was also to be deducted _ant- for m ay a accomsodatii Treasurer. Tfiui i win. syndicate agreed ts furmted_ tha: _-on02der- to be fearsj, that tee of rnioon, July. ifonmouih: S aoperson. ia.private Jfe w that at -Sn j won, with-Greenlaid second, Chackmate Erutm; Gn Monitor of ilonitor agent o: -1- might'be to1 '-7 a tew words iv regard to ilr. ferry's mTTMrT r-tirt. r... _ uaearthed the diSculty was found to be in tne southeast comer, which was cot lycoiatructed and bad settled. This made Jo to rebuild the south, wall as well The timbers in the roof were found to be ccsound. threaten- ing senous danger also in that quarter Hut most surprising of all was the sewer- age, and this fa shown yesterday. annis, coS surely wear himcni in detail I Tvedgewood to vrin. after beS? up" for a few heais. wi thsre was a probable chan ilcGregcr could beat Alexander 0-, _________ menfa. Escce, the high s sMtsrstohavemncfciOi hija. But. j Jtinri' SXUDO; Gen. a :sw a regard to ilr. feirvs aad Etedsrry mralaced. coctrart with the atv. cmthellthdayof Apra it assigned, no EJOre :St any, communication has been had fe m Sew after having made an unsuccessful at- tempt to ses the President he said This is of Here I have been tryme for three days to see the secre- tary. It wont take Jong, thank God.'" He "The impression left on the mind of tbe elevator attendant by the mnarfc was that it would not last four PICTURE. campaign picture of -i Guiteau's cell It was places there by former occupant but ths present incumbent said he would'inst as soon it left A SCDDJ3T EVAPORAUOX The legislature evaporated almost as soon as it adjourned. No more sadden disappearance would have been possible with the existing railroad and steamboat facilities. At least 130 out of tbe men here means that of any given ten men who left eight went to Saratoga or some neighbor- ing resort, one went to Sew York and JTo. 10 went home m good faith. Themana- left during the- y, Smyth wffl not bs j- hive gone horns m dBzcst, and the friends of the other candidates are aB to be found amoazst the members of the two houses. named who three months ago brntal- lymtirdered outraged Tie GarScId Fund. TOKK, July The Garfield fund has been increased to-day by snbscriptjons amounSng to The total amount this evening when tbe books were closed T25 117'SSl5- 5-O.COO has been received in sub- scriptions, With III. Planter. Cm- OF MEXICO, pendiciuar piece conoiUon of the Alaerman jlerrick says he was to remove ninety loads of dirt before it was considered fcTa healthy condition. It is remarkable tSsat the children in that school, especially tho e on tbe tower Soor were not all sick with laalaria. It might cot be a Jad idea to see wtetbsr some of the other buDdings are not in the same condition. A MAN STABBED. has been arrested at a hotel m this city with in bffls of the Havana bank, which he robbed recentlv and fled to this alr" He held to await the arrival of officers from Havana. vn. Strnhe from a .Knife on la rnrmit of Xccro. July MSs O'Neal was brutslly outraged at Hoxjver's Gap, near West Freesboro, yesterday, by a negro. One hundred armed TCT are in pursmt of tie ruffian, and if cauzht he wffl be lynched. A of Price HcGrath, the wefl-fcnown tqifman; who died the other day at Long Erancb, was a famous expert at cords in tbe day? when gambling was common on the issppi steamboats. The Louisville Canrier- gained his first start oward wealth by winning from an intoxicated- planter. TFith that ipital he fitted up in Kew Or- leans the handsomest gamblmg in the eountry. Dnrmg the war e made a fortune ont of winnines from oHieis in St Louis and ITew YorC qSe tory; at Long Branch, notmauv About o'clock this morning watchman named Gns who was in Canal aEcertained thata man had teen stabbed ia front Raeys- sa- loon on Canal street, letween How- ard and. Williams streets. He called Officer Rhodes, who. in turn called Officer Eewett and the two went to the corner .mdicated.where.they found formation received from they arrested and looted np tteraai w Four entraase fees sj pooi-toi losses, fer theaccura as far as the cool-bnv and .this. woribefore Weaver. at the g he found hiS Sie care of .Dr. the Wafie glanced upon to that taSJTKSit nd Invited them to his ewnblinir honss- tion. TSf I iiveiy, ana. the. junorozte' IOT a troaiqg ereat Santa made favorite in SI3B S4 4S S5 15 S5 17 St 14 of thf WBre secoirf despatch, the manager oltheSaT i romsr are ihe words ters Point room begaapayingflffotLgrapo After ihe proposal conies, the contract ine i duped. the bonds most peculiar ehecontract- wasjairM_out SMS j would -__ to behsre teat could read and write quite. well, Tha is oaiv aa inftanss how Decn.- liar are tbe pecallar psoplect the cityhalL I aon't desire ts be undsrsfeod ss.sayiae thataUths ocropantsof tie dtyhallare. peculiar, tat that- pecuEar are ao. peculiar, you taow. icaa arrive at only cue coBclcsica in this as the leopard cnaagss its does ilartin. Kerry chaoje his. hand-HriSng and- at like pee in a iraccs, forgets, his Fridar n5gfct ths polie ccnraiissioneis held an adjonrnsd mesiicg and considered. in a trie! way chargss. which had. been preferred against sevaraloSceis. Officer- Kiiae charged with absenting himself- frcm d-iy. bnt it- shown that it was only a aisaadsrstaading between Mr. K. aud tile cilice and. the were dismissed. Some evidence was taksi in regard to the chares asamst" Officer Eroiaers, -nio is aceased. t j and'disaspointedae gives as ths present. n has been released bv the Ha may join the torts. Vaauag mate- wffl Itisto oaitped the Cfemea better showing in waswonl and the race victories w best on aruai at tie time ie had trouble in; "Koi.bers row'ra attemplang to arress a isaa. Testiaioay was taken Frida-vnighton. bcti fides and ii is said tfcat Brothers win probably be acquitted. Dr. Doyle, who tie officer s wouads stthe time of.' the row atove referred to, swore that ha detected tie odor of but it might have from the wcand Brothers ceived, whicb had beea bathed in whiskeTr a short before. The case against Officer Dorper was taken up and will cot be toucisd until a future meeting toardwhea Coisinussioner Wright can Tie Fire CcmiEisseaers have not fur- ft is esyected fiai at tie aest aiseting cJ-ihe. boaisdi Jeffery. who has actsd as hcHstfeifc ani a cJerfc is now- said to be a necessity. fcas tad the support of Cooacssionei; 3fc- Ifanas and Demosg. but his' recent be- bavior i; quite Klrfy to throw of the race. Amongthe the position are iceBtiaced, Sher- lock and 0. C. lumbard. SpeaitcgoJtfce fire to mind ths fact Hugh for the has gone to drira'for- CheinicaS Ko. 2, C2urfesi Ercas, manhad to IBS place, aa4 John Murpfcycf Seventh -BartS hai xeo appointed by Cozamisiaaar Demon.? to fill tie VSCBBCT. Tfcera are a great icany changes lately in tka fire ment, and how long it to bs np ia conundrum to. "'v tt- VH >w -r lin4B7 In [the supplement of this hat portion of tbe coctumed story, which. was published last Sunday. The repeti- ion has been made to eeracrmodats who received no supplement bat week ow- ng to the great number of eitrsii thattij o( tbe Pmldeut called for. ti 't, a A, ;