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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1883, Syracuse, New York FOURTH i f r S Ur .1 >I HASAN'S I1KK01C All' -i .-Ji-f I'M UlstU "I l Ui-- ju wnv-r. Hasakua, 1'iY-o U j ,w ,4 a, Bxu- I _ i-air H1.0UUV WOltK AT STATKN ISLAND. I J i-.-'- -Liy will i !u! M-.-.-4 !iius A 1'arl.v Tut Otln-r wj. ,JX Wc.-v laakaw In a TrrrlMr MSUUM-. :T ri> r.-ijUavl Cm'. July Chi.-f t.f ..f WVckuir.a Uii-. ;f. i of ..'i H-; Jliatuc KlH J..iv.-.i as il'---s a'.t tvL-u .inv "If tu-i-ailft-ad ttv .itatv of in" v.-lik-blNi'-uia sjrrtitiy r.- v [iit-v raui-- tli-.- TI. i; col-XT OK lus fiiw i Hh H Cl..si-..-s' Nisirly .-ivry wh-jfajw j v, Vut n-nllv ja-' si- '-'UM Lav- !in.i BI-J- HivTc'r c- .ue-.-eL-uvat. au i .-v-a si Ite Kmiurut re.tv :ii, j nave o..uy.- out afc-.-.. T. I ti-in ww-lK V.-w Yvi-s, July iS.-A spcfi.il Pnns Vul- iu on CUvL- nu n WUSK Vttcilt ilr'-' whil'h" iii-- CV-rv iw K.-.wi MI thi'-t v.-Ul o. hics-d bv the toiapering of strikers. Ti.% luiirae. How natural the rapid dc- -ei-i- of luivratched telegraph wires from the fact lliat the rta'lv lc-nor of 400 linerneu ill J'CW York city alone wires in order. Their present after five ;iays- neglect, may Tu counteract any effects OL of widi the i'asier John Campbell at this advocated an-l secured V.V'JL.Vr-.'-.iui E jtoCGrc- convicting: 0 r.f c'li'tin'" or grotmfiicjTj or in CXV -.-ivrferiiil: wita anv telegraph coia- lii'iv'-; wins." ptirticalnriy those 01 tbe V'-'.'-Jt-'rr' iTnion _.Tt here that Mass., hare Jn'.v striking tclog- J--T.' of success as t'iv were Thursday noon. They are rc- f0 ti-.rar ranks every day. TH" V.Vt'Tii Uni; a Telegraph comjiany has tllrva "i dury. One fa a dummy. Th.- American Fuicirt office is dosed. Evrro-o. Jniv" isessenserE, trl-o te-n as operators by the Union wmi-any, liavc joined tto Br..lliti-'uoc-i, and the operatc-rs hiredb, ttr- are taken away as fastas thev c-n b-Kcafei There is a noticeable fall- in attention shown the extein- of so-called operators lhc -rav of free cnbs, meak, by the local maDagc- m" 'iadicatiac a less hopeful outlook for rora: aar. "The opernMrs have ac- roos proposition of Jlr. I r.hot-5-rrartor-s ----re seep A qnno dOM Wheat SUO'X .V.V (UTi virfiuc -1' Iui-1 H-? tii-.' How Daniel i KiU'-'I H-- VCK laiAho t-- -Fil will so oa a grand cxcnr- tionra s-teoTTiers O. Jcly 23-3-aT. r, 3L rotxf per ItarreK of MOtKshcls of tion ra s-teoTTiers TTagEer and "Wright ar'tmuil Grand bland and down river V-VJuisiiy. Thcrv is e-suniiiBy ao change in the tele- graphic stoiatitti in Syracnse. Tlie men swrfiraiaa-.tso arc ine companies. Bnsi- ncss at the "VTciern Union office is still taken subject to uc-lay- The American Rapid f.ifica opened for losiuess this mom- rert and "Wrhtht fc co-BS-Cnchnwed: S3'es s-X) bushels reject- extra Canada 77C. So. ICanatoS'JC.J.O. 1 Urtsut rxO; H-vsfcss t oibt-r companies. A. L. Eugjcn, ft Albsnv. arrived here to-day oad'oaj" ciiarjc "i American of rtc Western Union whom information is asked even-thing is going along satec- is bat little by the strifce. On the oticr band tfaff oSia-rJ of the Brotherhood and some of tlwOK-nstors savtkattuo LniOn arc vtTV grcatiy crippled and are cso-quortcr of the business that thev did before tie strike. In the first placerther _ .__. IS not OlieTKXl tor traasraisioa. and thsn tiat the Low caaiwi br.cdle the bosiness in 11 about forty of the church, the larger ths First Preshyterisa. Many ii to o'. ton. Lrabot to Boston and wr ca lciini. TiEtr YORK. Jaly 2S. TH'c: no. BL 11T.R CHEESTE. ,t the from Other Dairy DJUBVMEX'S or S r. V.-The or aa scJire hralth Aitaousn ctcesc marikufc hocrof openlnp the Boaro trere only wren bonr flUcns-arfl. Tie rejwn.? Tors ana CVica are less cc further decline in prices looted tor la from r ;un-...... I Tousj'M'-n'f i-v.r. i lor Fnuii o; Gvvjr.f j raiat ncsr Iscf Av rj; .aiy y. ,L" Kn-.j-a.-- of :ir. i f -r V3 "J Full uarticnJarsare not obtaisa- of sweet milk was Hi-ned sour instanteoeoasiy. at Onr Contrmporaries -flunk of the ?a1rstion Arniy. Joarnal. Towacr. oi to a D.iy> in a Sitvi-'iiig iji-xt ro. pa lc, bat the damage is known to be large. .aw. for Vat is not la Ttc unlAVi'iiuic SEW TOWK. v xnrYoRK Jnlyaai, eiicese mar- liDBtKat. -----ilattn? Kojal Germans to Tislt BEP.LIS. July long delayed visit oi tire Crottn Prisea and Princess of manv to England has been at last arranged, and ths entire, family, with the exception of the sjcond son. wno in the navy, will the aatcmn in Locoon. A German Prince Coming Over. BERUX, July Hermasa HA- henlolie of Lasgcnburg fa coinpkting ar- rangepents for an extended JOOT of Aracrica.________ IisdSH'x Solwidy Acceptea. LOSDOS. July Ameer of Af- ghanistan has accepted the snteidy offered him by the Indian government. The Wly to Sail To-jnorrow. 2frw YOKTC, July Laugtry feat the Albemarle Hotel. She -wfll saa for England tomorrow. injBu-f, July ilcCabe, -cplyins toaa Hd'iressdilivered in fcoaor of lisfetarn to Ireland, straagly deprecated mlu QIS- v- xw Is fancy at lOo tolWic dlRi- ice la Tho cable pri of 11 ancS TIC? at 15c 10 ZOc. US 1 T heoppositioa which Javed toward the crealar letters >pe on IrisascbjecSs. For the Massacre. AiESASDBJA, Jaly 2S.-TTVO Majors of the Egyptian army lave been sentenced to ten years1 imprisonment, asnl one Lieaten-! July 3S.-For the JfitWte Atlantic Staffs: Fair uxalker in- the southern parts, fair foUomd by partly dmidy mother and local rains in the parts, stationary or facer oa remoter, stationary temperature in mutt t. fuH tt ernjxtrls, stationary or northern parts, -westerly winds. ArchWshopaicCaboon the Pope's letter. jo-inuiL. _ Tije .'---dvauoa Anuv is rk'nt :Z> isjvr. and thongh dend in oihar j S t m c" -wj-j- pj.rtioss of the country, is a very Uvay nsisanee there from ail TI-.c Army ihoiiltl Got BriSgion. iw doiil-t be a city BoeawJjr i 3Ii5i Lientfnaat wno y-iivntioa Army jnstlrfttheSvracaa-SdvstioaAmytiiv married, is on 1 iSi'j'vtMtf vu __ i Svs in Distance that pef.-pk- had better le. it aioue. Sbe de-is not approve vt i many of the ways ci tbe j Hartford (Ctenu.) jiunes. j rose of tie Salvation Aray. SPOHTISG rtT---: kV JanKviiU- s.rV.iaht. "A Toovcrarn: is on ic- ,a c' aevtJaal O- t.-i5 ac- lUvCire of Gevrjf. j _ -_ s n city with Bright AH the Sews for Ont- Cent. fEwToBK, Jnly this mom- ing says that the Siromcditates redocing its price toocecenfe Engaged in Cricket. At Newell park to-day theO, D. i% won the toss and took the field against the v-um-a m Kragstoa cricketers. Of ths Kingston men reporter sought Mr. A. C. Jone, and P. C the cone Mr. Joh's JFriends Have a Joke. Mr -Leopold Job. Ge proprietor of the Aiios Hotel, attended the Sacnscnea at Baffalo last week "irith a party of friends. The Boffalo Conner said thai he watch, jjr. Joh f in
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