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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1883, Syracuse, New York THE EVENING Mj g S f f i fcfv-nwyn '-1- Sew York -rs-T-s-MirT Vital i J i to give oa that K JtaTSyKr broke theles of O. TO- iLns-a local wrestler from long review of las life as can tc mid of Sheridan that he n laisiake in the execution of hi- tfce administration of any tnif dent, we believe that he woi nil of th-> best cmalitics of A-brabara Lincoln and G-rant EC isas brave and honest as Jack- as patriotic and intclMgcm; as Lincoln, s.cJ as finn acd re-olnte as Grant, and pos- snss To Swim Twenty jlilcs from f NET." YORK. Jur.e Acnes Bect- the champion Euglti female svnm went down to Rockaway yesterday to ciroy n ten-Bifle swim, rtarting there from tho iron pier. Sue proposes to continue to -JJSST' on Tvli.-'-- otcarion she wfll pimge into the briny eii-mtnt at iO o at sa 1 tic tnomii-.S oftiat day, cte to arrive at the iron pier at v at 2 o'clock in the the chest stroke m STurar. Shcsvnunon one oecanon in twenty miles in the She has also made a continuous swim of tmrty hoars., __ __ _ Impure Teas nciected. NEW YOKIC, June S-.-Jamss R. TJcitcd States Appraiser of Tea, who has beers for several days iaspcctins a cargo ot tea which iras bright to China in the ship Fliutshire, has rep State _ todnv Jndge Blatchford of the united Sttta court took his scat in wa- Chief larcenv "o this he months ci these jJuicd with sand, gravel and Tnc would have brosght nearly S30.COO ra EBirfcet. ________. :______ TIic Trade Dollar Mnxt Go- YORK. Junc'27.-Several savings notified the Chamber of Com- commUcc that refuse to e trade doitars jttCC Ol avo aspoi to with comcicraal sere- to remove the coin from orcnlatioa. Sir. JJcaly's Popnlnrfty. to that, neichborhood witt r in jwrtiow, no Still Balloting 'S. H.. June The joint rented as M- ns 20, JIarston 14, vjsiblv imnroved. Hei UI I VrSfivtertoamlCatlwlics. At.inwctoiS cathisiaitic beyjmd dcsenp-j. uiL The IOTO is so Orange distnct 1 V First TITicnt Shipment. June first trheat lived here yesterday, i not grulty of Railroad At tbc Kochester Special term yesterday three of the four eases of the West Shore company, in which Waters, Hc- Dillaye represent the ptttton- Accident on the tflBoad. SPAKKS FROM OUK OVTS WIRE. B3V vcstcrday Iroia the social, ffitdiectna! ami p JSgSwS Character ,of_onr cars Se 10 Alfk was detained several The aterloo hotels. Iron TTorlcs Starting: villc. Time laA exist solely among our foreign Cfallda _i 1__ j Oi juncnc Police conrt to Charte Van Th" exbibition bv the Esthetic society 01 jnp his illness. .placein the of Sue arts all 1 dcctt. 1 cromiscd. One TTOTT. i> tc- j _ Ywwrtoy AcffRft Saratoga- tie iron worte, the f fc South. whM' IMS bean has dKngdepartracnt., giving tn aTfi an mcrPWsirEr prc'essor roore tliati eucrav- the cuco is ati -i bom of a tt.VCj-v.-_ TD msiEtaill SCEOO aiai f-.ir :i have it oa tor assault- Penitentiary. trcsent He confessed thns panoplied, man was given tie Thos it tras in- eKstocfe. The Hathaway coHectiociBcJcdcstwenty- they wctc tattn was of r-Masned by Hsutoway snoru% am] Watf1flw, h, a aluliS i Y, to-d-igutey j ot :sviar Klati lor me nsnaiua _ Jcne CansvuiVi, G.ILVESTOS, Texas, Chief -Ins- j "annual tneetins; of i TOte at Vcra Crnz from yellow fever far i Krt JOT j SciynrU K, I-, ohn.P'Gray i who'tafie the infection, die. five rsinso; nisoTra a cvitable that .v aTKt CrUiuUf i vision picnic VaaKovde, banker at Antwerp, these sure two very j at e tneetins of Vera Crozfrom yellow fever far rifcafKlrtgt j tbo away the cterrol i or Sotli of tto "Sesides these are fal worts by Ites, loaned ando' rt-er one hundred Sac etcbiiKS and en- above zcto. "The towa aSby Mr. Keppel, ftofessor Gateu. ca lisa
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