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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1883, Syracuse, New York FO UllTH EDITION CONFEDERATE WEALTH A AA'D JKWf.LK Gt-ORGtA OAK Tron-uro Itlddi-u the ItvbelH lnThvlr I'Uelil N'rurly Years AKO Jtc- liurUd htory of JIo-s and the Mysterious Itox SATUHDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, WiRISSEY'S STAI EDITION STONE I Looting: tiluHttv-i ami Smashed uttho Fjtnu JOUHAN, IX'C. Tbe htouu ilroMiIngut the Stevens Uoiiao hus taken n In.-Hh rturt. Vor ik-vvKtl duvrt ttl'ivr tlm th-atli ot Mr. ificvi-'iis cvttrytliliii? was (juk-t, ttnd ILml it liUtl Ull Lw.lMl u warning to Mr. Stureus of hid upprouvlilnjr Tills week, however, tlio plifiiuiiiuuuubuslx.tuin.'Buiuc'l vitfur ami an apptU'fit desire to R-VJ how much tlmuuifr Ctiu IMI During the hist, wi-'-k Clones huve fuller to thu liuor,
'U: ihuuUiconi'j Wti'ni tli.'-pjrtv Its rfti-eat, Mrs. Mos-: .vainini-d tlu: con nts ot tile l.ox ;in-l wns liv tlm brillianeu '.vliicli met her i-'or--cvi-nil w.-i'ks slit! k-'pt trust iis-.-ciet, ituU it from hminreiis of mi-li win) wi-ru country for tin: trcasur.: train. One niuht a hui-scinan roili> nji to her Iii.uif. in.1 nillid Mrs. iloss aside, HIM. 111 wlnspen.1'! w-jrls, told livr that h.- aocrcdili'il Il'.c had tin: i'-'wi-iry Ixn in !n-r und that lie had Instructed to call lor it. t-'tiiiiplet-iy di-ci-iv-d by th-: mun's iu-- Biii-anre iui'1 itjipi-ariiiii1-: or hniii-sty, the pljici-.l (lie box in hands, to in ilnrkni'SK, and to real day tha'.-Iir ha-I I'l'i-n upon t'li.j tii-.d u liii.nth lai.cr. ,iW) tortlie und eerttila ear tiysts, thi: tenii bi'lut: aiijil.l.: conttinio very stoiiped :it the] sUi'rtly l v.-i'loy.Mvln-n- j ami intorost Iu tbe matter or 11. Brenner, whole-salt ami j xucd by Ada LlviKa- retail miiiiner, (ioutii C'Untua street, the us- KII1K tlnj actrTvJii cmpioiwi lit lii.- has filed thi; of (jf forllfty dollars wiiicl liabilities. The liabilities i biie claims to bo due for at'ary. Th-.- w. wus i -f- i.l two terms: i ,jf of Cf ;nt.y court and 8t-rv'.--l i O.T; t'TTIl JllrTlf.; -if '.M- I'lSlCU ill liiis Uty, SHWfllrsir Koran: WKf-aton. I Politically wiw a Jaclcsnn i rind vna a a'ltii.-rcnt to iKmvnr.iu i principle up to time ri! til'.- I th'.- A. For lia.- til bit at corner Eii-t r nnd Alii.-n riifi'-rlnsr t'.-rrlblv from tho effect? of a poisonous paint -wli.cli in up for the t-usirac- tj-r of MwCtpha in "Fatinltza." Mr. Foi 14 a tnt-mber of ttie Philharmonic iS ten CCHI.-' on dollar and the rcmuindt-r, for two wtt-ks. I asked him if tbu salary vnx him iil.4- 1 tlw next DKKD. at 11: vcr, (iermany. A ilcfiiai-.-h from Ilau- over jays Hint Coliinel lUuhbone. irho lias Etion-n fipns nf ir.ehinelH-liii for the hist two inuiuhj, on tin: nijrlit of ihe tragedy went !o the room where his tlm e children aud their nurse wero and asked to his clnHien. His wifu appciired immwilately uttenvartl ami. ordering her maid to locktho iioor. 1-j-l hfi- husband back to tlielr bed- ronui. Dln-ctlyaUvrwiiriJ show were heard follow cil cries for help. Itathfcouc't sister and a sen-ant rushed to the bedroom door and finding it locked broke it on lifld, Tt-eiterins- in Colonel" nuthtiimc lay" on Mjttl'.-d tlmt Fox bad poL-oni.--l. s I ciiVtu'e iubolvcnfsnnscjcijr- ip.-r cents nn.l f 1 Kt-nii-iinnual on tilt1 currcnur Iu "11 nliout city int-Tcst. mill tlio sums usually out In cori'Onitlon ulviilomls at the -.f th.: rear. A yonrayo thesi: the throe i.-Hi-.-i of .N-if York, Ilt.ston and iiptrciiutoil nbout Msnirc it i.-i sul'i: ti. will not he Coniiucrulttl i.-aptr coiitlnuca Cull, us usuai tills j.-yrluil. stock will pay tlio usual p-r cunt. alriilcntl. A falr.c report to tlit- conlrei-j b.-c-Ue tlu 10 iser eeut. ycstcr- iluv. Hirer Constnirtlon ooiup.-iny'3 stock Is dcnvu from-iO to L-7 on the- report cif remarkul.le U atlofiun-s lii-lns rt-port-.-d. Sbure bonus UccUne.1 from to C9. Allliauuh llic Vllluril stocks show an Iraprove- nciit .m tlio list rciuik and Mynuuy'a is looted for to u Jull. sorting uu ouc. 'j lie fdllowini: itns the closlnc or Fir Jim i .Van.... O.'.vi-KnuFi! .tTimi.... .1 1'ltt.l....... N V Central........IMyi L I'run iircf... -I'liimda >outho.-n.. 14 ins Itiouramle.... "J" S V Ontario........ UKUllns............. Mail......... fc_-is: Teuue-scc1.... pief.......... Oalo Ittntral....... K Y i C Motel ranadii Allure. other Synieusau here. Assemblyiuaii Ren- is to-day, anii Shoemaker on Monday. TUAN ISliAfiTS. Two Connecticut Prizc-PlgTiters Cut Other With Iron Knuckles. BniDC KPOKT, Conn., Dec. A prize-flslit ime.vamplod for bnitall ty occurred here yes- terday between a Haven known 115 Grain nr.d "Chubby Joe" of the Malleable Irou works of this ciry. The lUi! Illinois Central clac... EIM C BiQumcy lAuiericin Br W Statei Ei so butMi-s.TUUhboQe iliwl without ucinsr able irivc an acenuut of the deed. Colonel Vi'as reach be-i, immediau'Iv became Insensible. When he bocaiui' ennseious to i-onmet himself with ihe crime. He to that a si r.-niKW iiad com- mitted it. There is sumo prospect of lit) re- UOVITV The neiirhbnrs say tbat. Lolouel Itntlitianc rin the most affeetiouute teru.-s with his family. Mr- Kn.-liliiiiin Imriefl l-ndnj, tho fu'ni'ral atJend. il by many American ami E'lirliHl: friends of the- family. AliUNV rrentlcman well nc- 'tfd withfolon.-! 11 nry K- Kathbone to u roi'.nrt'.'r "1 knew a.lom-1 Tlailibiuiu verv well und am iifiiitlve that tho shootniK WL-J done wliile he was teniponirily insane. II.UOW thnt he was insane at. times "nniejii- she Bhnnting.or President Lin- coln'. Booth's ri.-t-rtf.-T a tern- r: -j, v_ lile fok-nel liniubones arm, I --..j. i. do-vn to the bone. He was -'fit hire to Albany, and for weeks or more was coufmed o a ar tho bouse of hi? con-in, .lulia Katli- bone. win: ..f Mr- James K-nnedy. U: luiiUliebtstof surjricai and m-uiral treat- ment, vet his arm withered ter.-lbie injuries inllieteil by llootli. w hen abl lo about it was noticed that lu'was demented at Huies, rancylnir that could have save-l tC! mn. (.'eutml _ _ >'-mhorn i'ai is'' iiis-ouri 1'aclac__ Pacillc....... 7-1 K A E.T.......1 i'i Sir Jl 38ViiWc5tSiiure boaOs. to Now York Bank Statemcnt. Tlie bank statement published at noon to-rtny Is an unfuvorabli: one, uot from any RjiccltU: tuit oulcoiuc of the iiuan.nlll years of tbo re- port are us tnnnws: Amount of loans 5-JO.jfKl Amount q.-i.-rwiscii.......... ua Amount of lei.-u! tonoer decrcast-Q.. Ani-.Niit rt -Icpn.Hjts iw Aiuuuut or circulation JiX AJCQOUHE ot rbEcrves w Uanlc Tiie folioiriujr la tbe ubstmct of tiie oanfe c.ear- t'l'i'i1 ('i'k'iVririB'House bixJts at tlic blfice ot i (.'u.'a bMS In t ills ,.t J 1IU1-.1 (if 19.4.1127 iri.2-.ir. in S1.I8I IB KU'tM (II and a lew friends, proceeded to of the nutbaU-jiiurs of the winter quarter? of JJurnum's show, where t he contest took place. The two stripped t.-. the waist and rjuiekiy set to work. Two ti-TCO rounfe of three miiiufs each were foat'hf, when the spectators, horrified at the sickening unanimously iltciare.. thr-tartleadniw. linch blow received lani the like a cut of a butchers cleaver and the blond ran down their naked bodies, freezing at their belts In Ion? icicles. Their faces were unrccoirniBible, each pre- sentIIIK the appearance of a piece of raw beef. It is possible that but for the iuttr- leriMice of the spectators they would huv kiilcd each other. the forefoins atout thirty creditors in York In Svrai.-tise the list of unsecured creditors "follows: B. Brenner Company, come h'.-re. lie aiao me at the same time, and I huvi: with her most ot tne tune Miss Forrest corroborated the statements whichiiissLivinjrstone had niadf. Mr ,-avs that he employed mi a-'i-ut in New "S'ork to sret him Two good sfars, and us the agent coul-l not furnifn them, he sont Miss Livingstone and Miss Forrest. orc-acaica-, at A. M. nn-'. 7 P. M. on Siia- A despatch received in this city this noon announced tho aeaih of Captain AnTiiljourninent was taten imtil Jaa-aory stacton in Baa Francisco, if here he ba; "tli. when the caf> wiU be before j eig-Qtyeri Tears. He wta a Cap- Justice William il. TAXATION OF STOCK. One of a Class of Cases Coincs Before Jndge W.-vllace. Before Judge Wallace at chambers this morning-tbeease of Alice TT. Keller vs. the Board of Supervisors in Albany county was argued. The action is brought to recover from the county of Albany tares paid by v- vW.lll 72 ;.s........ .....nsow f 48 11 Aa ronni'rea' vr'ltb aud ja respectively of the orcccdinr Treeli. >'e-w York. ORK. DOC. 2J1. Is a Plan on Foot in Ireland to Knroli Them in Companies? TV. Trrrman's Jnurnn'. o-day vniilbhcs a circular, siracd in which the writer advocates he of nic-mbft s of Oraiii-e itvC-v.- nto iiiilitia c'omi'anies: that they be armed vith Sneider rities; that the phieed und'-r the orders ot the distiiet miisters; that each company b- to assemble instantly on tlin receipt of a pre-concerted signal from the slf-r of On; 'list riot wherein the company rarwi. an.! that each member be direct ed watch disloyal parties. The JVtcM.flfi's rntil demands the arrest of Alrxaiider tm .he -round that thu circular is seditions. DS SIASSACKED. Ihe expuctrd he could Li'ieohi'lromthc iifSL'sIn's bullet., ]No one civ thooiflit so, however, and yet tne brave, inRiilv fellow, worrie.-! at tinna about th.1 'terrible traitoly which rtnmived tno of ibis nation of their Presi- dcnt-uml iioor Riuhbone of the use of his riirl.tiirin. No. H-.-nrj- Hatlilioncwoiil'l Sever IMV-: shot his wife unless during orie ofhismwie spells. I met hiiii ficquently for afU-r his leaving: Albany, and at tipi'S -iotk-'l he w.is not of sound mind. He ull tin: subject, of ourconvcr- n -iii' buck to the tragedy of HIV I to nis wither.il arm. .N'o man n woman more devotedly tliau ho diil !iis wiic Ulnra." or A AI.I.IAXCE. Are -Austria anil Italy Bonnil by a Mutual Treaty? ONT.ON-. Itec. 5n.-The recent visit of the Gvrinan rrnwn Prince to Kome has c-ausi-U siieenliition t.i the existence of (i triple alliance of Italy, KetiriKirr: 3tarch, an-1 t.ut uni-h.inKPU. Whoat. Xo'i'rMl'Tlntor. fl.ll Ueceint'er! Man-li am! tl.lSH C--m. ND. mlxrd..iW7i-'. C.l'ic Jiiniirtrv an.l February and n-Jii: Alurcli. u've.guici and stt-ajv: Cinaiia ana UVsu-n 71 SO.OTia'.l.lS January. Sil.liki Mnluses KIBS Stan- furlur'y, and oilier gradua pro cliicasro. CHICAGO. 20. 1J is dnll anil weak. Jannarv nwiiCHl at now reDrnory opcni-d at now '.Wi-fc. unr. feller near iit I) M-raW- Ioww- uarr oponc.-l at now ht-tnijirr "ocnci! 57Vic. nnir Kna -.ciicr. Ma Cot a Eclutive of Tiaher. JohnW. Smith of So. 84 Niagara strest, ____ who was F. J. Fisiier's partner in the grcc-.-iT j left at until last May, says that he is no re-' on ttu -Sriy. of at J. P. Gentlemen's 'li: A few faatrr slippers for Xew Yoar'3 Shirts made to orfler at J. P. G cotters, ved Tbe Horrible, Deeds Which Arn Cli the Kins of Ashantce. LONDON, Dec. despatches receiv ere .suv that the Asliantec n-c.-'iiily illi-il etoy-ci.jht of the ex-Kinsf KoflVvV -venty ciiildr. i! anrl massacred kitmlreds ot Three Dcsprratu iior.ieTIiji.-ve- Killed. Lrrrr-E UOCK. Ark., E9.-Details have liocn received of a bloody encounter be- tween horeo tlil.-ves and a band of citizens in Southwestern Missouri. The thieves have stealing 1'orses forscms tiiiitr. a-id a de- termined effort was made to cutch thorn. Three of them chased from one county to another, until tlie-y were run down on Wednesday not far from Forsyth. Mo. lien: tliev made stand, and in tue iiulu two were killed and the survivor, who was fiit.iUy furren-iercd. .Pwo of the pur- suers were fatally hurt. Charged With Inhumanity. CniCACO. Dec. Anna Schock.wlio inuiuged tiie Industrial Home at Lnnjrrsnpe which-was broken tip by the Chicago FJu- n-ar.e society, yesterday arraigned on :i cli.irs.-c of cruelty to children. Three oCi uf.-j that the thlitwn inmates wtri. fou'nd and were cold, hurirr; and in a filthy ccnditinn. A special in-ill Bworo thnt Mrs. Sehoc-k thrcateneii f icc Point to be Decided. cs at j insr mir of ciraks at Gw-ree C. i of'AIbanv npiieared for tbe.v-ami.iff "lid Ruf W. Pttkhani and rios n- lilc of AlL-iicy for the deftcdant. Beciiioii 3Iississippi's Senators. Wtthintfun IMicr. Lucius QuiniusCi'.niiis Liimsr of sippi is i'- short, sad-factd man, with r. great deal of dark hair his heai3. nnd n rather larjre beard. He a poet's and a poet's ways. He liates the con- ional and the commonplace.. He things Onr Patent The following list of patents, in-anted by Doceaabcr to citizens of fentral York, is expressly i-t-i'orK-d for the Usr.ALti by "Duoli. L-tanS i Hey of this city, solicito'.-s of patents and cov.usel and experts in p-iiea: .TiiOsouL. Thomson. Srracuse. buokle. Geonre H. Syracusf. nnd G. Crot'oot. Tuiiy. vclr.clc-. ,T. ii. lironine. O -wcpo, hat-holder. P. Fitzfribliohs. Oswcgo. W. Rochester, railway signal. A. Palmer. Rochester, firc-rscupe. S. Keyiiolds and L. Eochestcr, burial ciskcts. J T C'raTidie. ?ar.inn5b. serofn. j' 31. Lewis. Lockport, bottle stoppr-r. b'. G. landnll, Greene, uraveliius rake for istcns His collflncac. Z. L. Gsorsro. formerly riief'Juiticc .Mississippi, is a practical with a pood deal of fo-id comm-.n sense iir.dCT his heavy shock of dark hair. mi hss n firm ni.v.nh bahmd his heavy, He is a forcible spciiker uud a pleas- ant c There are ot Least Two Butlers. .V. r. niamin P. Butler, who is soon to be or- Governor of Vassaehttsetts for the rt-innin- ,ier 01 natural life, was in Wellington ;'.iO other -lay, according- to tho Oimr.i- of "hatcitj, tried to tret info Senate Daniel Modii lias one arm. Wnile cross- the Osweso canal ne.ir thn Northern railroad bridge last niirht.ucbroko tlirou-h. one renlied to his eriea for bcin ;ind he rescued tne '-liicS enclosed him and crawling on to its surface. M.______......___ _._ _ 'iiif.-h trive away their annual of tue Onor.dara Ilis- to-'cal will be held in ths rrwtns of the Bonrd of Trs.ile Tuesday eveains at S To-fiav Derrick- Ellis, a colored r.an. was the Snriermtendi-nt of the Poor i- on his wav to Albany. Ee had been at worfc _ins i nluns Timber-. on thc Tc-f-r-lay a part c.f tbe mof of j (jaj- of the Hrcira chess tourna- t'-e oli' St church, on the nr.rth si-ie, ment concluded lost evc-ninsr by fell tremendous crash. TVorkrnen j winning the jraate with lie Hev. s. j... wtr--1 carryir.z out scuie of th-? old seats ar I Cnltlirop 01 Syracuse. an-l's-iitii- of them banriy tscaped j c-ii! on Hotchkin Trader. Xo. 11-West the fallins timbers. Fiij ette .-trc-et this wees fr-r nice, liicht iwc- seated hii'u sleiirlif iOr business or pkaiura Tiie Pl2cs to Buy Meat. I use- Pries s nt tho "vTeslcynn ?.f. T.. nese troops from I5ae >'inb, and leave the Tlic Governmelit Controls the Hcc. SO.-The orfitument in Ihe bank injunction case has ceased. Attorn .T-'Gcncral Brewstcr. in nosmtr the cU for the Postmasfer. took the ground tint there Is nu rfeM of property in the use 11 iti t, aro this decision, for the national, eov- ernmViit within its power is sovejviffn in the
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