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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1880, Syracuse, New York THE EVENING HERALD. TEX CENTS rats MONAY EVKN.NG, MAKOU 3. i8sa PRO RATA tv THE CANAL RIMfl THE TfiLEGHAPH WAB FOURTH EDITION. Mia of IHrJO Wai ofliublly opened HilunUy, January iHL, by lil it, r. rUttllKIUUU Jam, loxtca v.itb fiJr to Vlctur, Out. TbU Is tliu of iiuvlKtkliOii cvtr oxpurluiml on Hint UUc. Jusl ibiity-iiluu Oitys from tbt niiKi to lo tciptvm Ibe tiff' mm rro-n Tflict "f lilll. AMERICA. uul I.-0. but Tf.ru'.lw tltut LIB fuiutly nuiiit; Pjinamt. lo I'ubruiiy 'iStli utu The H-ethrthOil lately rctuniwl i llajr IVnur-Jn. Ki-.tr .1! r. fr.-iTi HP pklierejjtncraUy ilcuuuuru Do Letup's vlbit to the iBlhldUE 'ftB uf a i lit Uiu college ia atleruoiiu of Lum- tatd of a iMciicb. noani.uiy, nwatt with auiiety o! Mr. wbo will iu tbe UthLl kiid jidmiral Au torcvsslou tor the Nicaugun cuml. TUB WAit. I'p to loo present atlvl-.'fb tbn snuth gowruimjul alroufi to Tliu asaerU lual t-tirt- favor of Uavid U..vU, it iHiikb It will liu worlli i etc Mr. David get Iiilu Mr. clUtiti.. York CViiuiu lust MARKETS BY TELEGEAPH, tUUiitlon ttcd n.' impMi'n.i military mov liitR lutcly waJe by cithw u( tLu Til3 ll.gtrciit TKKKIi'Ui lll'l O-i'd'i AT ftASTIiU J. A .Ivlcc. f r'-l ucion In t'iu uitlllcry on Jaaunrj-S.lli, cuusul It Is s- tlit workujeu loadsd. slier-, vt.ch, i roots and of i were Mown t i, other-, were tn the 'mll-lini; thi: cmliei iweuty-roor titlirlb ar.rt their lollies Iwlnir prob.ibty twe lo KtoiiiB. A fire brolio out i mint-ill alciy ait'i 'nc a limt tl was feared ii wntM extern! vhere tons of in; ?der irt-ro Bton-ii. Tlie fireinea t-Tcr, lu eoon arresting the Dr.jirrcsa of th Kieulutc Herald. i my (juuui bus ilirJ tut r for at- Klnitru t'nc Htidctl a posttrlut Jroni at Tlicrc 15 no scarcity of rnmlMat Of tliu L'utted Staler, how uuay illbiut5re-.ii.il ami patriotic ticnlltstucu would like lirsl-ratc to have n lour yoaiV lease uf tliu tifty IhuUaHLd duliuts u -1 I'lica canveutlon, the f'rAut aq to d uf false r.n-ttinccr. 'I'hcrfj was a pretence that tl-eio wa? an papular d'j fur atl.rrd tt-ro, hut two CO two treat btatta hiivfl the prelcnce la fioelutttr ol tliv aj'jrl ol lljut froi: TIIE UTE SETTLEMENT. Tiie Ftalcmcul tiiat Mr. TUilca lU'i oiTi- clitllv nuiiuuui'cd hti lo ba i fortlic I'rt-sMcntlal bis doiiUl tliul be hiiiilotit; of ihc 'ilnd will aur- nobodv. rcoiile aro no longer u'ujtfatnir they hear auuut Mr. ndittim to Jsurroude er Itlurdcrorn and to Cut! PreBtut In Co oradu. (Uj- tn TIIK March h" I'! 1-3 wtre cjnclu-iij'l on Saturday. f reemeot Eiiroc-l by ibo thlufa tend uiL-n of the Uto uuilon, llftten iu uum- and bv Lbfi Pecrctary of tUt lulerior. U that tlie luiliatiS will tliL- of tbOEC not Tfct in custody lui '1 he Charleetou which is open and perslflUnt foe of Mi. niden, 6HT6- "We bavo DO lovufor Mr.lildftn, 1- il it rather too bad to put lilnt up constantly primo mover in every intrigue lor Ilif utiODlo, or ALiomvy-fiPuerjl b.-ad-Dii- mater.' l-l-i bUpuUiluii tjw_l In Vi'i'TM......... assulro Tunnel..... 3S e liwr court ris_alllnii7l Wm. J. E.lnfr o ihUacl for all termioil siall ,117.11.Mini tnOJT.fi MW T clilltlien provide-1 10 he lias beeju uuprotecteil There ifl minority, Soyel. the N O at uli, lertnrii I" Comiecticut on Ylluiiol n Man's litpuutlon." f the 1 M John Lcraoinnc, cJilor ej lias Iliu regulation uf t his proofs Mayor Knlloch of FrandscphaJ com SSS wine courts mcrctnit Chyles I) of tbe bis assailant, -jnrap" his bill, mil Increase DB Young's bocdj. desires loflnlsli n variety ot Irel'lnHon anil It Is uut believed the session iTill lie celled until June." The nrestnt military force In Siu Frja- cl-co of llitc.-' reiiimeiits of Infantry anel fonr companies ..t cavalry, one lljlit battery of 12 pounacrs duel one battery ol (iatllDK sunn. Eecruitir-i; i! now miuK ranklly on from among tQC best eltiZiilu. TrvVthlD tlilriy tlie S'LotB Kearney warnejI bis kcarers tbat those meu InciW them to deeds of violence their eueaiieii anj be vratcbed. Uc auuouuecd tbat a plot was.foot on the liart of the eueinles of the worklnlimen to preelpUatc a riot. In preparation for wbleh federal troop! hail titn ordered to Sau Francisco. The llo.Iei'i Washington Jptclal states that DC Lcnepi, at an interview with tho Vrcsleleutou 3nlurday, assured him that no to'MIcal or Interuatioval cu- jnto his scheme. He Shid ho nail eigulicd the fart thst the United Control the sclieme. The o much at f sldvnt hear that l..4eps the Amwlcan people heart. De Is reported a. much pleased with the Interview, but ho every tu-reonal compliuicnt as an Indorse' ment ol his enterprise, lie U KOlug to Chlcatto to try to get General Grant iuier- eitcd in it tlnouRh Klllni Washburn Except as reirimJs her dally appearance In the hu Itir. Empress of Austria iirL n tho strictest privacy nbllc In Ireland. Neiconimuulcailon ivhatcvcr has passed tweeu her and the Yiec-reeal people at Uul Ito CMtle, further than tnathc'r Majsstr "cut a check for to tbe DucbcM o! Marlliorouch'6 Irish relief fund. Senator EilmuniU 13 it thouiihtfMi Mil elii- crlminstliij; reader anil a man of broailla- kut oil! "untomed I' the by resolution of will pioljatiiy The meMsfre The' to fulf accordance) lectures on the subject of peaci meuueu. i.u --1----- i lobacco stionlel be illoned ou the promises. Mo pupil addicted tbe use of tncm inn none carry deaeUy weapons should I carrjiin'of friction matches, firecrackers, worUlu torches. flMW, banners, fifes, c, ha. luduced Mi din Oandngtet The tbe Freedman's tack concluded IU Investigation Saturday. BU...U .rtllfled is to personal .cconnt wllcb tbe books .bow was over- hi draw> liter Tbl. WM reduced to by the preMnllilim ot deposit .lips erect l Wwltnrjs. lie clslmrt otto riylH. Bras of ol rf power the it Hawlej, ind Th. nieuiini IS In full accordance! Ifth tta and pipo w cntlncau-i. March s. 1 i-1 Rttluwl petrolemn In turn-Is. TV. that E, would Mil committee. for reporU, unleaa i motloB np iTiproprlatim bills. 1 pend tbe rtlea would bk, Instead of In He der of .dmisjlon. is heretofore. If balanw MOO. This bllinc notseloiltordeny, time Mtce lactofV there, 500 feet Five T hundred band. Jt i, said the mills that kind o tew thoujht toe failure ol Ue balk was due to Ibe raw of Intemt paid, In- TCMOMlt IB real tstaU (ecnrtltes Instead ol and the fal .lay Cuok coiupaby. UUexuocu tnlUce will rfpnrt it.n early day. r YOHK BTAtl KBWI. Fox Co. ire ibnut to their glui fty tents more l d.y a. Father fowcry pot himself Into bot II Cobota pn-icblng tbt ttrlkt. A Mtnt knMMvMM tt r. projren ta Bergm lor purpose of If poSblf, lo Ibe IMenJIutw. Tko BolTd of offefl ft nwirt of WWIor cenalar J s-Tke Iki cilia of the Un I Second l.i Col Yale .loeju't preipiose to Ijo un.it nipping this year on his uuiloriK piraJ: fund. Captain Xorlhrnp and Lieut. 1.. A. Mi: of tl.e 5th Separate company, "xne, ni reelgned. Win I Ivet of Ule-a has been elected Llcuwnint of company C, -Mlh bat- allon, Utica. Ktqniiitlon! hive been forwarded to Al- lor nnirornis, arms and eq'.'.pmenu 'or the new company of lufanlry at fiU -v will be gotten UP bj the ot the bill. O'LEABT AND WESTOH. jj IBr Teleiriph lo Tnl Untwl uo11 Mrvrant U. 1 SUnal service. rnaJCiJCO, March S.-Tbe sir a. me timn, i A Cspt D. F. Acker of Company B, pSmtnt, of lUnulbal, Ojweco CTO-I'V. hu mu appointed Surgeon of the .Vhited, rcalfined. A writot ctrtinrcri has been grante.l in Itc of Private Brown of the lates Diasoonsand a decision ou Ilia law lu bis cafe Is looked fur. Joseph Erbeldlnir, major and brent col onel eommandlnif home artillery, was a ortwosio the recipient ol an elecaut pair S Vlf-anjustioi: spurs from his comrade In sruT', Csptaln Paul lll'chme.er, command InTthe battery It ml. Col. Bradley, who was detailed to InTestI eate the Nevada badge ejuottun, IVCS. to lasi Monday for that purpose. Major Ueo. 3. Burl of Qen Su 1 van's stall "as appointed to act as JudRe-Advoeatf. A number of witnesses were sworn In: regar to the [bootlnjt of Company "A, -1.V.B, r.i :hc badire. and ol courtc ill denied an cTwkcdncis. The evidence seems to b.v been wholly ci-parte. emnUncnU r. tally equal hetask imposed ere placing this unl.mite power In their hands. It ursesthe Ad utan ISneral to Inltltute i of eiatnlnatio oner 10 m In-fcWr. .renualiue. Capt. Turner of Separate Toop I. cavalr of OSW.CT, N. K.. ha. made W Hie Commander In-chief to have bis com Till i.fexwblclato.ofeiar- TM MM tbrUmen o abu. where patient, bay. been during the past two mouth. Tjew much sickness among the .rUlleiv can be miele more nvalrj Ike Wile service. aipH for dellllDK t battery of tke VrtM tute. (COTtni- arVunOFort Oetarlo. A The British autbontles haT. prc- power to defeat this bill. 110 Prest N, T. State Window ejlasa H'tri LOCAL THE On Wednesday evening force at 0.000 men. An OHIO -By Telegniptl to THI niR CBflsSATl, Killing (By Tclesraph to Tlr! 'fB _jjP, Both dolH were bull terriers. of whom the Buflalo say.: j.p.M [By TeKsrapt to Tut llmaut.] v, (W.
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