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   Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1883, Syracuse, New York                             FO UETH EDITION EVENING HERALD. MARSHALL FIKLI) TALKS HE ss IN FA VOR or A REDUCTION Of THE TARIFF. Will, Iu His Opinion, vtMilbcr Ascribed to Protective Duties. Y- 1 mir industries has been so great that we can no consume our own products, must iii-eils llnd an outlet for mir- caiin.it do so lung as the'tarlu'is'allowcd'to rviuiiiu 'u its prcHeiit condition. "Tin; Itnivr duties would teud to do awnv with the ituiiigirlmi: which is now so largely csrrud mi. and against which honest im- an- unable to contend. L.MVCT duties woiiid liirgcfv mi-reuse the horn-si iniportu- unrl up for the reduction oi The tux. "i lliiiikihat a ci.imiiitte" nf men nriiiii-irrliyiiiid high standing could la a: who could .icvlsc a tariff which would work to the advantage of tin. whole country. Tlk-i-e are plentv of busl- who. though they mlirlit have iii Make. W.I-.IM IK- siiffielentlv pn- ir ami ALL Till; KYJOKXfJ; JX. "Mini" Case to gu to tin; this Afternoon. J.Yiixs, defence opened (lie casein the Williams trial yesterday after- nooii, ami iiiliwueed two iiciv wit- nesses to prove tlnit Williauis was seen m .Sodus village on the even- ing -of Hull's murder as. late 113 o cloeli before the crime was committed and IB soon afterward as o'clock. It was claimed to have been impossible forany one to go from there to SoOus Point, six miles distant, murder Hall, and return to Sodus village in that time. The de- fence called nineteen witnesses in Caiitv'c VHIer TelU What He Saw of tHio Great Jf aw Tr its, Dec. American ehip Pamar has arrived at Brooklyn from tho Islands. She passed through tho Stnills of Sunda three days after the tcrri- Cuptain Miller, to a reporter, says o'f his cxDcrienco at that time: "The eceno ua w passed tlio Island of Kakratoa, -which was probably more damaged by tho eruption than any other Islaud, wan terrible. Th island looked as If It had been broken in hal and that p art of it had sunk. Tho cutiK uortliwcstcru cndwug goue, and that whic was left -was hardly to be recognized. aud were apparently turned upaid down, while dead bodies in large numbers could bo distinguished from vessel' deck. At this tluio there was llttl or no ashes falling, but the water as far as tho eyo .could sec, was cov crcd with hiva and' pumice-atone. A we sailed along wepasaed other Islands whlcl had tc-cii shaken, and the dead lying around told a terrible tale of the scenes which had been enacted there. Althougl tho air soon became quite clear H soon be c-aino apparent to us that light dust wa, Moating iu ihe atmosphere, us we hiu been many hours In the Etraite our decks and rigging were covered with a hard sub- stance much reserablinif Band, only black in color. Many islaudsrnusthavebceccntirelv sweptaway uy the awful catastrophe. I shal never forget that scene ua long as 1 live BUTLER FOR PRESIDES! MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. The Ijitest Ouotations by Specials to thi the llnal scenes of the trial. On uccuuut of District Attorney Hour's sudden John Vandenburgbf Clyde WALL STHEIT, Dec. Vi-3.30 p. Western r-ool unsettled arrausi-mcnta continue to be tho lendina dlsturlilair clemtni on HIP vxpcvKU to J.jlu the- new fouibiiiullon, IJu'r- lluutnit i yulncy's sc.'ins ulistiaate- ly tUreatciiim-. tbuuth It ia possible tbat this u done fortbc purposo of securing more fnvurublo terms. On Monday the stock martrct will be alone In dolnc ba.Klacfls. otber boards until W LMI upsda v next. The afternoon mtrfcet to-day was dull and lucictng In any special new fcaturM, other tlm fairly uctliro IrailinK In Vlllard Blocks. Tbo Koneral list closes irregular and weak. Money was active thla afternoon and call loans were ilrni at from 2 to 21.: per cent, on stock col- laterals. West Shore bonds are firmer, from openlnK'at closed lino at (10. The fullowiuu are tlie or WOs; BtPMln.tMan.... 07 York Bank Statement. PaMMWMl at ooon to-day one. The In- cre.iso in (IfixisitH is hux-e. coin purer! nf UUc u-urc's ol 'vSim'm 00 jvmount fpecio liicreo-tcfl. 3 ofio sou oo THE GOVERNOR NOMINATED BY A GREENBACK ORGAN. lio .Muii ntaiiilun tlie 1 rl.-nj uf tbc I liorlni; and Keep Away From the Alleuvd Virtues In ClowlnirTeriun. TXIVK1JSITY, Brilliant nnd Important I'lam for tlie future. WASnisotos, Dec. 22.-The JVottoiuit ITeir, the Orxviiback jiarty ornan published In this city, appears with a large portrait of Governor B. Butler and an editorial m wliieh he is put forward as the candidate of tho Greenback-labor party for Presi- dent. Tho paiwr had previously de- scribed in uu editorial article tho man whom it desired to nominate, had not named him. It now says: "We ad- mit we had in view when writing tlie article above alluded to a man who, In our opinion, possesses the characteristics then mentioned to a greater degree than any other ir.uu bc- foro the public. Ue has the coufldencc of the laboring, masses of tho coun- try. He is a hater of shams, taking dellKht in exposing hypocrisy wherever he finds it He U a man who can not be tallied, bribed or bullied, and, if elected President, curry out tlie will of tho will in defiance of lobbyists, fines or cor- porations. We opposed Mr. Butler in his candidacy lor the Governorship of his State as the nominee of the Democratic party, and we believe that hw def.-at lias learned him a lesson. His friends are to be found In the laboring claws. welt known principles mark him as an nd'vwtc of the poor and oppressed, and in their name we notnlnatu him lor the Presidency of the has attended this ttann at hamfjjn, Anhnm in-! In the Intfn-st of the Central Jtnw Vfork riSTORJdCUM'S CHURCH AND PERPLEXITIES, A M.A.M.SG MILL MI-KNEW. Tin; One Owned tompanjr liKttroff.il. o'clock thw nionilnv 11 t''l--phone iti-utni-r -Vo.land th-chftwil FOURTH EDITION DAISIES AND THISTLES THE TBOUBLE WHICH 13EY CALSZ 7C THE FARMER. What to Have Ilecn the J; ttnulveraaryof ths foondluc ot the Metho- dist church In America, the year is to be made a grand educational Jubilee For thin reason jrreiit hows are entertained that the to sot the university on u firm endowment foundation, witii an Income covering the current expenses aiidtbceron-- IIIK incidental needs of the institution will be raised. The live conferences that Lave pledged professorships mav bt- able to raise the requisite throuj-h the stimulated educational enthusiasm of tho The chancellor says thut if an-forth, the next step will bi; the establish- ment nf ,i school of One Kf-utleman in O..io bus been makmif Inquiries with a wj tuab there would be no communion (riven these troubled times, and that he this yesterday to the catechumens, who were to Inform their familite of tlie ubauge, und that consequently there would If: no preparatorj' service. Last eveninif, when many memters wr-nt to the church, not havinjf to.-n notified, to comply with the announcement which the pastor lavle last Sunday, they found the doors locked. The sexton. Harbach who was applied to, that he went to the church at an early hour to make the usual prepanithms, wiien he that a new lock had been plaeod on ths door CITY FAILURES. .-Vddltioiml Assignee Hnrri son Authorized to JPuy u Dividend. Yesti-nlay afternoon Judge Xorthrup. o the petition of Wolf Harrison, assiiroec au ihorizcd the latter to declare a dividend o smy cents on the dollar of the preferrec claims of the eslato of Lev! L. Silvcrman dry goods dealer in Grape street, who fallcf ost month. The payment of the preference dividend is likely to be contested by the creditors, who have instituted replerin'enits against the insolvent. In the mutter of the Mathew Murphy fail- ure, Assignee T. McCarthy has flled n supple- mentary schedule of the names of the cred- tors preferred in the insolvent's general as- Tlie list is as follows: Theodo; Dennis McUarthv. not rou J. McCarthy Sons, Robert Ge TN ir "j-i H.V4 bank, note of U. McCarthy Sons, New iork Suite Baukiuir cotnpani-, two tajw accommodation notes. S5Su, oncJ ono Tinfn tir m t, J. Hamilton, for ati-tck Lynch, borrowed monev Murphy, note, SSO; note to Mr. jia-ir n First IVutional bank, S375; Mary E Eliza C. I.awreace.'jpmfB money on news in Sovcm- ani] wages due five work- utig an aggregate of Siiice Frederico A. Peeso, manufacturer of ictalhc spring beds, Ko. 39 Xorth Palina Ireet, made a gcntral assignment ou the Sd ist, Assignee .7. W. Wilson has filed a ehedule of the insolvent's creditors The reference! are: Salt Springs bank, notes of Priest Company, SHS, jor rt ages, total, The un- :cured_ creditors are: .Messrs. Carey toen, York, goods, S4T0.79- Syracuse Tvorks, D. Priest Sc Company, clle i Company, Slf.30; ices. 7b; Edwin Priest, Hudson, V hnllinw of nrirv. nr olso designed, shull be obtained, builu a library, a equip" (in tronouilciil observatory and thoroughly de- velop and strengthen the Liberal, Fine Art n.n'l Medical colleges. The chancellor says that the attention of moneyed men in the E. church is now Brst being turned in tliis direction, and the letters and promises he has received raise no small hopes of the at- talninent of all these ends in the nearf uture There are now about 400 students and forty professors and instructors in the insti- The IO-H Is HUT. lit of on the Thi-rf I of cotton, and e. boi containing 1 number of cotton bails was shown to ''UiWinsr in thename ot (.rarjc, lii-iden Company. SYKACf.SE MUNICH-AL CXCB. made such good specidlly rail or worm ftnc.-, M they for all of we- .fa. Thi; ground taken up by oW is uft'.n thf richest part of the Held. Mr. ft ilJiains said that he had with a Kind of raos.'i, which overruns his fieirlj. Mr smith said that he thought if Mr. BUM was turned under with a ploujrh and lit fays that he applied to Mr. Graffrnan univeniity wouiil be Bfa aside, "or the key to the new lock, but the latter t ThcLonB Liu of Officers and Cominlt- teemen who Have Ucen Selected. soon as "funds to Increase the l-jli ih'-p adrantam if tb? dent, Charles i E. Stcvfrns for fl sicnl, and has one of the strongest courses of any college in the conntrv. The iu recognition "amonir the Eastern colleges. Its post-graduate coursrs have been admitted on an equality with aid thSuni- "x crsity has been invited into the itssociaiion of the college presidents of the East, to he ew on 1'th, and whieli Chnnccllor Suns will attend. ASB CHAKITY. Help Given to the Poor and Xccdy uy tlie Uureuiu At the meeiiagof the Eui-cnu of Labor and Charities last evening it was reported that an effort had been made to ascertain the ad- dress of the father of a needy Pole. A man who had three ribs broken had been given a ton of coal, and his four children sent to the House of the Good Shepherd The jiloor; hut, owing to many o have no pulpit association with alvVf the otber pastm-..-. This was objected to" on bu Possible on r e extraordinary occasion, such as a f u' e point. iititwasosain decided to followthecon- sritution. It appc-are that he then determin- ed to oppose us in every war. This was the original source of all our trouble. With rV- rr-ivrl m rri........i__i_ (IIJ ot board of IU.OU Monday eveuiug-. anout equal to scventv cents of Tlie Piiplea-sant rosltion in the of OruuKe County Is. OO-JIIKX-. Dee. t.'mo John r. Kivlin ran away from Albany with the wife John Roach. Koach sued Kivlin for dam- ages and obtained a judgment. When he discovered thnt his wife and Kivlin were living in Newbiirgh, he had tho judgment executed against Kivlin by B. B. Odell then Slu-riE of Oraarc county. Odell arrested rvivlin, ulnccd him in the Xewburgh jail imd, on L--Tiviaif bonds, released him. Now Koach sut :he Sheriff, alleging that th" >nwbiirgh Jail is not. a county jail, and that m ndmimnp- Kivlin to its limits he was eon- iiiriaff.it his escape. If Odell loses his case be intends to sue the county Supervisors, Ct-KHICAt JIAIXMiSS. Two Crary Oeorgla Ministers "Olio Im- agine Themselves John the Ilnptlst. MJCIIX, Ha., Dee, !22.-The Eev. George O. lioodwln. a preacher of Savannah, I-JUUIIL; insane from reading the Uible H-nlay. He aptifared in the where H- r.ouuded himself, declared that he was John the Baptist and started down thestreet pi "claiming the coming- of Christ. Ho was arrested. In a white Methodist clergyman, lie Rev. ilcGriff. is laboring under simi- tar hallucinations and images himself in the wilderness living on wild locusts and honey. Helms adjudged insane and ordered to i n lunatic asylum. I -SONTAV IX PltEXCU KAXBS. Heavy lij- tlie Invading Cnllic Dec. following despatch haslnvo received from Hong Kong: "The rimlwat llracon has just arrived from ITai- 1 honi; beiu-ing Admiral Courbirt's official do- luiuounulKg the capture of the fort- on December 18tb with the Jos of 100 killed and wounded given one dollar and seventy-five cents with which to buv medicine; a stove was.Bought for a man, aui] a number of cases are to be investigated. T. 3T. C. A. Togram for the Wcek-nt the Main and Kailroad Branches. in calisthenics and the debating club meet this evening-. A service of pono- will uou iiuu to-worruw attemoon at 4 o'clock. The Christian work committee will meet parlor at 5 o'clock io-morrow after- the church. We con-iucted the meV-ttog iS said: "Our men went to several i -tnem. 'J? allow their hands that were working nights and were the Lutheran church to go and vote" fhir, evening. TTe said nothing further' John Tn. es often :t SK-S (lent, Dniiald thirrl ab  H r Charles Hubbard, If. B. Faireh'ild, Jolui Duyn, .N. F. Graves, William A. J'urt..-r, John tne i'l that he n the town Mr. Clark wanted t DKAMATIZLNG A CHRISTMAS TALE. Representation of '-The Cricket of various kindsof'-eeds. He advocar'-'i the in mfouracts. Theporrormaneswascarc-fuMv ot- is advisable to prepared and w.-nt ott with asmooraeS ver? Possible." 'juta.-serr, unusual in amateur -iioioujiiahneman. a laborer in the cmplov of the Syracuae Ii'on works, met with a as Johnson. SpeciaL i Jo the Court of Sessions i candy with five cards liiUp shocking which will probably I tcr Forms, r.-oavieted of in i dt-gree, t 40 Compare! x-lth 'M and spcctivelT of tlie preceaini: week. >'civ York. is SEW Yon.fr. Dec. 23. null anil lower ..18 Jnnuarj; tl.l-l-Kal.in .17 and wller Mar 1.18 J feSsLf %K than enough could "be" 'rallSe-f to irv n--' creaecs and iegal costs. u s seav; granulated. and "i uncliansed. Visible Supply of Grain. I3th. eompi By the Chiram i Boant of Trade, TCIHB tp" In amaufM tlieprtndnnlrwintaorntxmmnlnii i rt to tona non ports and in transit bv rail s ana the United States, and the visibla aes, an of theco.TMponainc last two y ,_L Wheat........3j.US.Sit Cora........... Oats........... g-irley........ Bushels. 7.107.TOO 1391.' Bushels. is.a4n.598 Labor and Trade Dee. mnmifacturing raJiistrlcs of Ohio aiv f.n the whole in H fauinilile condition. The year's pnxluct ifiifalmut the same as liiatof 3S80, althoush Udsrujr. Brolhcrs 1 "iiipuny. li.nnkers, have fnili-d. Tflw" firms i Chicago. 1s'nee this artcinoon urno until next H cclncudny monunir. n Jk. Wheat is dull and lower IIPCMD now flTJ-ii at PSJfc now STJic: Fcfiruirr opened at OSWc now nen t'ora Js. December owned M st'Jc. nntr emc.ltnnjirT opened Febrnarr opened noir aitfc. seller Mir opened now Chu weaker Jannarr opened st 34tjcT now S4K Fcb! mary opened at SSKcT now 3i5S and seller Mar oponed SiSc. now lower: January owned a; nro 471? Jubraanr oncnea now May opened now Lard i opened now '91 prime to TELLtNG BIS STORY. im Declares That He Was Struck by Eamcs Before He Shot. ITS, Dee. 22.-Several witnesses the Higham trial this morning testified to iS-bam's good character. The defi-ndant -.-as then placed on tho stand, and at the .s-n adjournment had goo down tothede- f.-jufof the crime. His testimony relat-s to his connection with the company, his work salary, and his knowledge of the made by Eames against him. On the dav of the shooting, he said that he was in the pattern-room picking up tools He saw Townley and Barnes loot toward him. Eames then started for the pattern- room and, after breakingra the door; nibbed over to him and struck him twice with his cane, Higham said: "Don't! Eamea was about to strike again, when Hiphain r. 5lsto'm pocket nnd pulled it out Tlmrmaii and Hie Ohio Senatorship. COI.UMBCS, p., Deo, 2C.-rt is believed that Ex-Senator Thunnan intends to enter the Senatorial race, lor the successor ofPendlc- ton. At present, the sr-vei-al Democratic candidates are reportoa to stand in the fol- lowing oi-der as regards strength: Pendle- ton. Payne, Ward, Converse. and Scney. In the event that the Penrtleton and Payne forces are pretty evenly divided, Jhurman will ha' after the fac ll havi'agnod chance of clecfinn tions have tired themselves our u'r. opera sir i gipgham mills hnvf Wtnont n murmiir. a notice tiin un Slst there will be a cut-down Jfi-bron >'ot In o Heavenly State. Kcv. J. T3. Cutlor First Congregational church preached on polygamy ten weeks ago, having It. is said, to J. B. Filmore, the aim  fr. Cliarleg Ehafcr', wbo has been a trsvpilmg salesman for tnc firm for aarjy yra-.s, has been admitted as a partner.' LTimn was arrested Walrath Girvia's line of ease's fi-n MSonevWanant asainit I screens and cabinets is th? ilooney. _. ______________ I complete in the If Wanted. Wliocver xrisbes a black s.lk for a ma? pr, sent should see Mr. seventy-aye-c-.-nt J. C. Sinipsnn of ?an Franpfeeohas refund Robtrr SCO.OOtl tor hi? four- year-oid Antico. "Ed" Connors nnd pliermillcr, lot) Nona Silica serve a grand fnv lunch on whcnlw will be plesaedto fco hi j am! aii who mav call iiic Qieenslwrry rules. referee dvcided the fig-ht a draw. FIKE DUPARTJIENT XOTE5. A steel hnso wrench belonginff to Hook- vited. JXKJS. Kaufmann Company, S" dcrbilt Adr. f, rj T i J i rufUn. __ and ladder J.O. 1 was lost, at fact fire this annual convention nf tie Ono-.dapa will be held in eopicnssociation.hrWik second quarterly is to en- k inall branches of r.': imlieay.. V. U. F. RUlou of Oswcjjo BIX CLICKS. Spencer Tmcky iu Usaal. 'WASHINGTON', TVc. Ppcn- case of Bllepxl contempt of co.irt in ho iltar route trial wits d'smissetl to- clny bo- the fiibpocnft was In the fonn IrH iRStcaufi.' criminal A Wife Murderer to be Hanged. Pro. Si-ChHrl who was convicted on November lid of hftv- ing murdered his wife Mary, bv cutting her throat, was this morning sentenced to be IVcatlicr Indlratloni. ows, Deo. Hie .Vi.WiV, Atlantic Stnlts: Generally fnir vxalivr, northirot irimfe vrcring to foi- Captain Tonml Guilty. XEW TORK, Doc. jury in the ease of Captain Joshua fnoenm, master of the ship Northern Light, charged with Imprison- John .Mclntnsh's rrightfnl Fall. BOSTOX, Dr.e. 22.-John Mclntosh, fonr- tcon old. -was alreost tiwlonllv killed morning by trom the top to the bottom oi nn clovatcr well, flvostoricj high. Will Mary Do.ert ITrr Xatire Ijmd? T.OSDOX. Dec. Is currently reported on goivl thnt Jfnry Andergon OlXmnell's friends propose to erect a memorial to him In Dublin. The Beriiii papers advocate giving the Crown Prince a grand reception on Ins re- turn to the city tomorrow. It is reported In Dublin that Kerrigan, ihe informer, was shot during the disturbance at Cong Wednesday night. wum It is reported in London that Sir Evelvn I Ririnir. tlx' Cairo has tclcsropbed that he desires to'comc to England to consult with the government conccrnmg Egypt fair, affairs. tl.e so of SPARKS OCR OWN WIRE. Prop03esto return to Steamer 1's house. made it rathfr uncom fortnbie for the tiremer. this Th water frnze to elotliinff and creasei tncm in ice. Some difficulty was found in seeping the water from freezing in the pipes, CASES rs THE TOLICE COCKT. In Police eo-.irt to-day Mtchac! Courtney and Barney Murphy paid fines of Svc dollars Millor of m Moore of Oswcgo. drank, were reproved; Mary Afran for using vile lan- gimje in the sttwt was remanded for a few hours; Martin Britton for selling undrawn poultry was fined two dollars; Thomas Mack for stealing two dollars from the til: of Otto Kappiser. saloon keeper at Xo. 197 Park street, was sentenced ICo days' imprison- ment; Tagraat, n.-a.-ivi.t] .-.-vi.t 100 days, Anthony Gallagher for break- ing Mary Way's windows paid ten do mages and five dollars" fine for a breach of the pcace, HOCRS OF PIJSASUKE. thfi Gcorjre Costfintcnus, Baraum's "tattooed Greek." iras nntiiralted In New York to- to St. Louis dijiens are urra to ret the next. Democnitlc conrenrton. If it is held in the W e< Tther n   and tbehigheit i> degrees. The barometer has remained stationary 30.05. On exhibition now at A. r Chaw'a Music hall. Xo. 11 South Salina streetun- swirs, an immense stock of Steinway, Chick- cnng. Decker Brotherj.Bacon. nardman and Emerson pianos, Burdett and Klmbail or- gans. Great bargains in second-hand pianos and The case of Meehan vs. T. D. Hancock, in tne ajlejcij dataage to goods bv while in the warehouse ot Thomas P. fireen. was decided yestcrdavin favor of the defendant, the evidence iromg w show that th< re were no rats inthe build- ing. To-morrow is the tenth anniversary of the Beginning of the temperance crusade, by women in Ohio. ServjSs will be held by tic Nntionnl union in sll of the trim- try. In this city the two unions win hold a semce at 5 o'clock in Butler South Ina street. Addresses reviewing the work will be made. Men wearing poor clothes are excluded the Wietlng block elevator In Svra- cusc. One yesterday er and client of Lawyer Daniel Boofcstaver.' The lawyer took Doctor lo he affront to his client, and Iiard wonU fol- owed. noctorWirtfngihoiiM have a 
                            

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