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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1883, Syracuse, New York THE EVENING HERALD. EDITION int in lilt SYBAtTSK, X. V., WEPXKSUAY KYKMNiJ, 1, 7. NO. EDITION mi in I 1 II i 1 t'tll m f V illiiiMi li-r JW.S? Ol'l J SS13 II Tin- i IkuukUvou. fur Umituf. t J lUiuilloo. IViuutiul. j 1 vf gjud 1 vuiity iu i the Voters plishtd Yesterday i i-. 7 3 Kl -i. Juliu J. Kicnuw. diMrii-J, AIU-rt li'Tul'll The Judiciary, Ssnatoriai, County', and Assembly Votes. MO Sui-n-iuv tuurt by Thirty pr-x-imw the Massachasetts His Returned RepgbHcan HIMEi) OSCE It'.-imlili-j .Maryland. iur. Mi-LauP Is _________ _______, lUcfaar-1 POLLS A YEBY BIG VOTE j J. I'oifrv. Ittujoemt; Sittls Tbonuu i I urn-It. IK-uiocm: Srvvntu, Ut-oray IJml- my, Eighth. I lh.-uit.ifal: .Nlnlli. Alfnd llwl? 10 j lU-ury Heath. -am Tt j
ai'o.i nbmjt fix. moiiths I'xma on tiie u.jvr- in Eaririile, cr-unty. Tit- family dscWed to adopt it M-i.-na-H ii.irkeof ibis city, TfTn-tin fnjm Mr-- Biirte-eifiinifitt 87 159 140' 1S1 .110 ISO Ml Si i the "chiH. tiiev irot; oa cveninir train buucd this city, taking it Pompcy. 141 i J ...1.... '.'i j rreiii arrival, foanil ithk: Mrs- Baric VTB- at-coinpiiuW .W lj Th'-y to xiv fC" toe ffl I mother oi "the 173 to they lived. i First 1S7! 2 210 548! ?econo ward... 1..... 120 aOiJi 102 317] Tbird-ward 2.. Fourtb wurd-.l---- 1 ISJOJ i Filth wart.....1- 1SSJ 1 147; 5izth "34 311! up 300- 227 ns shf i-.-re ji: pf.r-l iir-rne. and she k'> "i: ?S Fourth wanl.-.l. nio: -iys: rbit-f -xaf at Station, ai.-j iiftrr the intsrvsw-J in tie lie bna 10 "in Eiihtu ward...l... 44S; sis: us.; i --till for Clay. ?tre-'.ts one miyb: hure sf-r. an iist'igeat'etnan. hair iia over his 1 U.Bir. asd fclr S3t sr.-d gtmnje cxrb Jim! be was a itrarjrer. He was i P-trmirir Norton fros: Dolias. and violent Wbiir. J. F. Barnes, Dem. EKt G.'W. Jonss-Rep. town _ n- foi O'liricn IS! ScjTnotir j for over Bishop i vole OL .niny _ '1 tbrcc cent._______ Senator 165; Sted- J W. E. Saiith. lirmncrst. to the j CntsrES Crrr. Fa-r.Vov. acaiori- tmrt wards jrire a net S. 3- Hawkins, Kep. TIOCA. C. F- Eorrinccr-.Hsp. lOMFKJSS. J. E. Cady, Dcsn. WAUISKt. Locfcc.'Bep. WASBixtrros. M. Rep. Second Ubtrict Tbird J. '.V. IlastdJ, Eep. e-j; Carr's majority over Jlaynard. Davenport's majority over CBapin. The State Ticket T's niiiortiy over AOsnjs. Vs majority over The followinz raliie shows rearandin ISSloa Slate Senator. crc2nisrf 1SS1. Cliffs inaiority ever 5hEir-e. Clay i Tbe ncit tel i year and in oa iks tc- vote? tae White !riy for all yesra i W .ludfre's bnir ha5 an-t J.T'' tO :L'.- of it Treasurer j .Enp'r fi Si.'t- JW-. I6S1. ASSEMBI.T. 141 TOWX5 i WAKD5i Z ELECTION I Garaillus. Qay... DeWitt..... S___1 217 163! -115. J. F. Barnes, t to tbe Asscmblr froia The county 1.1 Peciftsn. rcr Jaittcf. of Uw. Snpremc court i? TOrd Judicial disJrk-t j 200; estimated shit tikv Dcaoocratlc majority of Ad Jfil be 4.000 fn the cmintv. John K. the Tbe prohaWy pleetert in the cooctj- dbtlict, Sreond. lUnm Keunwiran; Xov. AbbeU. ainly SOT. Demoenw, fe Senator from oonnty by a of OTCT In to, the Kcpu Bcpatiltein, is om .Cbcnmar THE KETBBXS. scenes in SliaVspcrc Hull and the CMy Hall. Just sfterihe pojls fcad dosed list evenins aterire crowd asaetnbkxl at Sbatspere ball and the City Hail. 10 bear tfec ejection sarns publiciy ar.r.oiincea. ets- "bofii bans was wtber I o'clock tbat were lo be pnWidy had ended and crowd saoa dls- At tbe City HaH the DenKwratic-re- aicent citizen P. >L reiuruc s US Gcddes........." S7. -J37.' 1ST' tW 115 jg T- Jli; 1 "OrMt !Z4iJ i ,55 TOWSS i 1 CUr rrf; Mcci-y i.- An'l 'be S-f-ond di-.trict iiS-I oi it Th'r Catlioiic t-IIeCTtiB; i_ I Mr. Candle ir. tbe town of -J- the eariy home of and 1 j i srain of JW3 ia Eibr oi 5'.ory th1" Italian in ;r> in'.-n in tofil tc-wn, IT Till be zmtjfrinc a1 of to Mr. OtJsw -0...." Pompey. J....J Salbsa S2 165 j 300, Third ran tit 5 np to lii. a gsin Tbird diafticr? ?1 210 Onondaw--- i 1SS: no- 105 -ISO Fire In West StrMf. About 11 a flrc broke out in a grocery store So. 105 Wcrt Xov. bad already made considerable TOS soon contid. Ticlranaaf.wSich I is A twMtorjr
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