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Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 3, 1884, Syracuse, New York N. FRIDAY 3 1884. ACROSS THE EMPIRE STATE Governor Cleveland on the Road from bany to His BUFFALO'S ROUSING TURNOUT til A Who to In Whole waved his to tbe The which had been threatening all tho morning cleared oft and all omens pointed to a where are located the great car shops of the hundreds of tit it stopping at Palatine and for being 15 minutes ahead nt Th e ea nt The Governor appeared on the at both places ana was Special to THE Oct. token to-night of the Interest It takes In canvass of Mr. Under leaking skies ho was drawn through thu streets of the city to which ho has a bis party Its highest honors upon Eight milk white horses with outriders and the bore him along a compact multitude of people stretching along an far as thu uyo could ties hail been for thu time tu allow the so honored by ibu preferment of its to show its hearty good Buildings after buildings thu portraits of Ills great rival in iho Presidential racy were hung with lanterns and until thu town seemed ouu of Thu hero of all this spectacle made a modest A train of a single car nml locomotive whirled across the state In seven n schedule which Included many miles In ouu Tho Governor was of the At bis hu was accompanied by Corning Austin of n of his A. mayor of Albany ot A of and Simon ul Thu press ww by Thomas S. of Vork the und of the New STANDARD win on hoard at This was the only accessory to company otit the nave a who was ered on tha car half an hour after It left a of pastern Union telegraph who came aboard at Syracuse to deliver a message to thu Hu was either unable to alight in was so by the to that ho concluded tu thu was one of whose arrival In to-night turned thu city Upon Its Only two stops wore mudu ou the way from wero tlm places thu halls were At thn his appearance on tho and extended hands to tho shouting Turning Out In the Kaln tu Welcome Oct. train bearing land and arrived at Buffalo at 8.15 P. live minutes ahead of Tito welcome was thu continuous and combined shrieks of locomotive ing a din that have been heard for mill's The steamed slowly Into the which was reached at jr. A which net in early in the morning and with brief intermissions THE WESTS WARM WELCOME Blame and Logan a Busy Day in i BLAINE WANTED IN SIX STATES Reception th. Tour to in- tended to Other iir ran to th. Oct. 2.-A dispatch from Tten Tsin states that American Mini- ster arrived acting un- der p instructions formed LI from in- that the French of UNCLE HATCH TALKING What the Old the out the was still seemed no terrors but for thu greeted the Governor's car ns it stopped in the depot anil tho din kept up without The on the i platform of tho oar was the Together with tho w i Governor walked to the street entrance to tin depot where a handsomely decorated to which were attached eight white riven by a liveried was Tim hy Jonathan Lockwood and Winfleld of Into the progress wits one progn principal f their ng tho who demanded this recognition of At where I wo cars from Buffalo to ernor wero attached to the there were cries with good the got down the depot but vou loyal followers nearly pulled arms of thulr Iho precaution not to In to which 1 crowds ol and ouu hundred sons gathered at thu waved thulr handkerchiefs high At Mich as the workmen from the mil Is mid factor en turned out to hull the Hying train they did at Clyde mid Governor took pains to return of raised and Thu engaged himself in running was to Not it word touching on political was lisped Ihu gathered him to the journey as a the said Mr. been to by personal He has postponed going to Buffalo an long in to avoid any demonstration that his friends might The himself In thn best On topics aloof from polities hn with and although sharing with those at tho Mopping lusted ure thuy to In grasping his He that a mail of mortal could long survive the Tho Governor showed the utmost familiarity with the traversed by his Of cuse m spoke most alluding to It as being so near the place at which spent bis days from hundred locomotive signalled the arrival of thu train at Buffalo eral m n tiles ahead of It wan then Ing Young thu looked out of tint car and caught sight of passing cried 'em In when tho next Is In Tho youngster was as staunch a supporter land us there was In The rain ami ator Thomas V. of New so nearly together as to about tha suspicion that the discomforted statesman s In league with Jupiter 1'luvlus. There too much gusto in tbe demonstration Of to console the apostate Democrat for put upon him In Mr. neighbors polities people of all parties uniting in the to be met at every street cor- The special train which brought them made the trip without Kymi arrived ou the fast express In company with Mr. n of the Democratic Thu Syracuse organizations and Third ward Assigned places in the procession wull up near the Governor Their was applauded along thu None of the clubs bore better C. It. s. streets were There was little and m. and men of every shade of political belief vied each other in honoring cheered as loudly as seeming to n in the enthusiasm of i Thu illuminations were on the grandest possible every the brl lighted There was no ot banners were everywhere On the side of tho platform at the hung transparency with the and troni Exchange to High it dis- tance of over three every was moio or less decorated with lanterns and the pal intersecting the lino ol the procession were a of It Is estimated men were in Ihu column two hours and ten Minutes passing the In thu opposite many thousands congregated and the of thu on thu platform was tho signal lor tumultuous This Governor with uncovered Hon. Henry president of the and introduced thti who on the and after the outburst of cheers had I can. hardly tell the ot how I re- KliU how 1 am lor this demonstration of commence and Oct. the wholo day the visitors to Blaino and have kept Burnet and the neighborhood as noisy and as crowded as a national convention hall When they returned to tbe hotel the people out- side kept up a storm of martial music and Ing until Blaine and Logan were forced to show themselves on hotel They spoke a few of and then retired amid acclamations of iho Later Logan left the hotel to visit During the day Blaine received West Virginia and who him to visit those jHo to to Illinois and West and ex- pressed regret that ho could not visit tho others inn i afternoon a delegation of business men of Cincinnati called to respects and give assurance of In the evening attended tho of the Lincoln cl ub The looms to pre- i r for indemnity was monstrous and tO satisfy Now she is determined THE PEOPLE ON TARIFF Commercial or to tile It Man to Suj About It. upon war a are sent the guests or the members of the ami tho presentation was matte in a formal Mr. in a few A to Clue bo Found in 1 to THK Oct. 2._The body of an un- known man was found on thu north track of tho Central half a mile west of the depot Dy engineer of engine o'clock this Ho appears to be about 00 height 5 foot o baa landy gray side and Koman nose turned to the Ho is thought to be a The only mark of identification is deep cavity on his to the left of tho He was in brown Special to Tun D. Oct. am not a lam business sani the well-known New York stock broker in reply propounded ing the outlook in New I don't study politics except as they affect commercial matters In which 1 am deeply There is no doubt but that Blaine carry New Now 1 am for neither know the commercial and laboring interests of the state will not support Cleveland and without help from them be cannot carry the and without New York he cannot hope to be people interested in commercial and labor matters don't want the it In that do to is stated receipt for barrels of whisky has been found in Investigating tho ol thu Co. Tho Trust company to make public names of tho George who IMS been sinew the thought to be in the The We have been given authority testate on the authority of the in the of the rbe duplicated Church In Special to Madison avenue Con- u The tariff is a material point in the I can get a good man tu work ou for for four three or these things and will lot in the interest of free There is a involve from to wh sky on which Irani barrels of unco places mil Tho honor It has me 1 usk mv i on which Irom to that thn books of the will account for every of money and show cent was used in tho company's efforts to tido over the breakers in which it Two when the cot an the amounted to Within those two years have paid off of tlie principal and trom to in delivered to ol and of now in bond no exists except as to o- this do not lo come from oi our laborers should Cleveland become president about Cleveland clubs in Wall street which tho are Hiking Mr. Hatch smiled a took pulls at hu his then answered know many of the men reported to be in that I know the I could mime some of the lenders whom you would not trust with a live dollar if it were not marked so that in could be There are no Kood solid men among The moil are for being bet in York OM Cleveland carrying state one- that E can bear of. If there was any betting it would be on Truce the of syne ol the on bettinK fur and will they will end in TO Amount Which Head In tu 1'ay to the Dispatch to TIIK 2fr.v Oct. case of Trunk railway was disposed of at of the Chicago A telegram was received from the general man agor of the road assenting to Ihu proposed plan of settling all the questions in Thu Urand Trunk will patriotic and cm following tho Governor's address thu passed In review before him and dis- I The Car u train Oct. left several persons to witness the Governor's The ernor was driven down from the executive sion In u closed carriage and through the entrance of the arm in arm with of his The Governor's was tha for hearty wives of Corning anil Banks to the depot and presented the a huge of An the moved ladles ami the The Governor stood on the rear platform and Hall At n o o o New o n o At NO on account of S 5 i; 2 Indianapolis s. At 4, Cincinnati 2. iiut six Innings were played on account of At iti 0, als nt Washington St. 110, 5. Unions u Kani Sfts City a. hi Oct. D. lamps and N. Oct. Albert where it will settle on a net money from it will settle ou a gross Thu amount due to the other from the Grand Trunk is bus been considered remarkable that this was not represented at the the backers nominated an ticket for the NEW Oct. A. Bagley was by thu convention of the Seventeenth New York dis- 111., Oct. Prohibitionists of the Sixth district to-day endorsed nominee for Congress Oct. of the Sixth district nominated A. Smith for S. S. Barney was nominated for Congress by the of the Second Apparently Without Oct. night three unknown men dismounted beforo the store of 13. of New instantly roile points south does shut and a on ors of similar killings come from further A posse is iu The Is a The Oct. were five Irom including two at 2 been reported cases and deaths from cholera in the including 82 raises and and cases ami 111 deaths at to TUB Oct. William tho distance champion pedestrian of arrived in this by day trom wheip he lias been to arrange a match be- tween himself and some of thn 11 the TJie of KlX has i pamphlet of 100 t the whole number of pupils schools last year was from rbe preceding of 211 te schools was nil nf twenty-five attributes the in 1011 to the parochial nud schools Sous E tins with Ol i Oct. isliss ffi assigned Liabilities 1 000, by shops of the Alabama Great Southern railroad The Is i i Oct. W. Sherman's mill and factory at Falls burned last The loss Is A Special Dispatch to NKW Oct. C. a ber of tho arm of Lawrence Taylor dry goods commission merchants of 31ii died suddenly in tho Merchant's club Leonard this Ite had been dining with one of the and upon rising from fable was stricken with He died a few moments All Oct Chamber of Com- merce passed resolutions to-day stating that between Franco and China imperil the commercial of all and re- questing ihe to consider iho ency ol with powers iii an endeavor to bring about an amicable ot i A lit Oct. The room and closets attached to the New York depot at this station caught a little after 11 o'clock room was completely de- but the station was The on the The cause of is Out for i Oct. U Is prominent intend to visit Petersburg and confer with conservatives of those cities with s l nla wan Th. discovered Oct. 2.-Pleuro cows m The Xot Oct. 2 jury m the Con- case returned a verdict of der in the second Much surprise is ex- pressed at the The State Attorney has Hied und H new trial will be asked It is reported that rbe jury stood eleven dcr in the one for on Hrst IU NKW Oct. The state civil service commissioner has ordered n ivo nation to lill vacancies in the Hudson Hiver hospital for insane at 3'oughkeepsic. first competition of the kind Binder the service it attracts the interest of the cal profession as a step toward elevating the service in hospitals and on Their Own Los a Owing to the failure of the Board of Supervision to appoint an to the books ot the County to discover whether the charges that a of exists have any the committee has employed an to make the He WAX Cool About it. Oct. As I Governor returning ro the city from Carlisle last an unknown person fired through the window from the side as the train was approaching Sullivan The ball lodged in the side of the car a little in front of Sr. The Governor took the matter Tlie Two-Cent Oct. Tho sales of postage stamps for the year ending show a de- crease of compared with last a decrease in revenue of and an excess of expenditures of f renters and of of this city arc a strike and the paper has not appeared for two They have not been paid lor four On September 3 thn M. H. started off ou a lire tour all over the nud since then the employees hayo worked for glory A few days iu a dispatch was to M. as follows In the course of the mail the answer was who mad can go Jr. is there will he circus at liis For Future is stated that a large number of diseased bogs from outlying counties are being dressed and shipped to this It that none of the meat vet been put upon the but is being salted for future The disease resembles dy In Oct. and French girl with whom he eloped from Montreal were arrested is charged with forging his father's name to checks on which ho secured One thousand dollars of the money is deposited in a Troy 7 October General in- spected tbe British and Egyptian this morning and embarked at noon for Wad y from Special to Tiu Oct. C. known ou the stage as Miss away from her home in East Ninth street last She is believed to be crazed over the death of her child abour a year One of the Oct. the who i married a employer's adopted loster lather declares be will never sec Knocked from SOUTH Oct. 2 Doyle fell from stoop and broke his neck A young man named is with causing death by a Tea Cent. s Comptroller of the Currency declared a second dividend of ten per cent in favor of the creditors of tbe 1 Marine National bunk of New i Oct. tbe venerable historian of tbe United States bia eighty-fourth birthday At Tbe At The
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