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Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1884, Syracuse, New York FOJ7ET1IJJDITWN THOSE TWO RAILWAYS SYRACUSE, X. y., THURSDAY KVEXIXG, JANUARY 17, S. NO. 2163. 'i- HVMORKD i-ABOUT bVM'lt. JAV TAl.li-. I'mler IH-i-ltu-M That tlir licfiutioiis uf Investors in the Jintvr- lirlw. ho TIuwii Jnc.ilnc Uiiiur-iu i: Wvfeivru's JUIrci-lum. Thr-rcnrp; no
Which spans Alle-! aud the suction jrheny-river. Ho died in a few jD reporter, who was o'clock, but- .1 chatting with hiinst tlint honr.wasasfurod by tho attending physician that Mr. Suth- erland's condition was not ciiiical. Ho is 1-niwd and burued alwut tho legs. l-.is Ii.iir and singed and his ears are A few year? ago Jlr. Sutherland snircred hemorrh.-igfl of the lungs and a re- of this ifhioss is the only thing s-.-i CCC.-HTO of company and the en- gineer of tlw stauncr freely indulged in. The Fire department of the village is rnndo up of voiuntceis, though a fund of is annually set aside for o.v nnd to bo divided among the jiremen. Of this ?am the rasi passage would ba rcsisk-a Uy rue Demoei-ats as a ruse to enecc delay in acting on the IE is ielt that mo present lull precedes a j eut afc-gregatc- valued at worse storm tlian the one just ondeJ, The j Legislature will not. at unee satUfv the I IIVEHVINU SESATQltS. niters. Th'-re v.-i'll be mr-re p. I ou.jht to aave iu my no'c ray ofTer to donate one d my uirra park, on i FO Hcuate. OTT. .Ton. Dolph sontc-i a petition in favor cf in appropria- tion of for the improvemeat; of te Devote to tiie state To-day. I Jan. Senate in n j Jan. I'i'.i. its work wirhin of an hour, i Quic-k Cure Tor OifarrTi. abolishment. The best Ur-od in the mi- i the Columbia river Ore. noricy, however, followed the leadership of i Ou morion of Mr. Peadl--t-ia, who had a Mr. Hooley. the labor OLitator. and voted written reqr.ort from Farley to for the bill. There wore nine Democrats of this mind, including (reix-rol Johnson. "Welch. Major Haggerty nad ?Jr. jlaber. Mr. Hooiey introduced a resolution re- questing tho oi State Prisous not to make iir.-w eontrncts con- ceruinz State's prison labor. the action of tbe Legislatiiix-. It was laid "over under tlie rules. JF1T.S IN BKOKKIW OrFlCEj'. that effect.'the latter was further senice on the coinaiittee oa com- merce. At Mr. Davidfon jntrodacial a bill rcak-j positive ccrotfva properties v.arnat CiaiiEi 'ii- in most acrr-rs--ire to its j merits, wliic-h asscrr-ons we back '.rhh i positive- evi-lence of euiinc-Dt i.-hvsi- ing the new CommiJiio an eiective at tbe pcuoral eieotion. the cfficc of Mr. CribbsiuUTyiii'-c-.i bills the Police o: iork ei-.--jtivc, i .t the Sctinte resumed the coas-'d- j creating a new Cuuit of I _. aou or the Jlexieaa treaty in executive _-L eratiou o; COLC.NEI, BATHBONE INSAN lie vi'ill be Put in an Cltil- dren Leave Germany for EA.VOTEB. Jan. Th.-? followiag ixtitioa to tiie Legislature is circulating in this city it- i a that ttac cdr- To lie irietl Tee of FrankDeveay. .c and batten- br Anna wii- ba tc-sinrroiv a: 9 in the Police court. .SiinuliT fee Ladies should see the bankrupt was rescued from his oftiee with duUculty by flremea. Manv securities in the brok- ers' offices, including some "West Shore bonds, are to have burned. Tlie cashier of Lockwood soys that his iimfs seciirities and papers were all saved, lieiumseli' dosing the safe before leaving the office. The firs originated in Lock- wood's ofiic: nnd Trade Matters. Jan. honorable body to imm dlau'Iv pass or amend snid bank invrs so as "to pre- Com- vent such transactions, and to cause all tite iOCAr, MESTIOS. Troublons Times. LOXDOX, Jan. is reported froTU Constantinople that the Turkish troops which have collected at Volo oa the JEgenn sea iavo rcfeedto accept service I in the Soudan for which they intended. The government has apparently abandoned the intention of relievinc: Khartoum. All the higher Egyptian officers at El Obsid have been utiii. j. IAJ Li umxii., eciusc iill Uijt? i paav, publishers of Jewish literature, have' stock of banks ol theStatoof Xew assigned with Jiabilitiesof to pay their proportion of tax ai the bank t't-'Ja-ji JIEKAI.O. workmen are unemployed. jI.'.XCIlESTER. Englaud_, Jan. opinion prevails that tiie in the cotton trade will terminate in favor of the workmen. SAN- FEASCISCO. Jan. Gil- christ Company, liquor donjeas." failed yesterday. L'iabUities. assets, Germany nnd the Tope. N, Jan. Von Loe, a Roman Catholic, has been placed in com- mand of the Army of the Piiuuc, He was: promoted to the command of eight corps just after the_ visit of tbe Crown Prince to Rome, and his advancement is understood to lie a concession to the Ultramontes. The amnesty to the Bishop oi Jlunster has been further ejrtended. Senator Prizdhornino Attacked. MONTREAL, Jan. Prud- homruo was attacked by highwaymen on the Lnchiue road last night and robbed of his horse aud sleigh and money. A shot was fired which grazed his fovchrad aucl stunned him. He was left to freeze on the snow and nearly perished. Charged WitJi ft Donlilo Crime. Lrrrus ROCK, Jan. Ganlt, a negro, has been nrrested for the Eosioxl Jan Tiie American TTatch I-cok Out for Them, Toting 7-ian. Eariford Poit. One cf the very recent r-sronie? is for a _The city election oa tbe ir reliruiirj'tiiis year. R., The infiint of U. A. OiusCj died lUis Chr.ries Craic- an-: r.: younar Indy to deivmiie one of the oyster sb-.-lis she piek-M up on tlio b.Tich rtOD, atL'P. M." who half HuMi Iifiir res! or.U company of Waithim give? of n re- fali'iv i-u-ran.; ail duction in wages of from to HO per! I I; pi-yVieiaii cent, to go into effect 1-ebruary 1st, in sev- straia-htivav he procifds to'reniemlvr her era! r.r Opposinfr a Tariff Seduction nn Glass. Jf jrsv YOKE, Jan. National Bot- tle and Vial association is holding its an- nual meeting at tho "Metropolitan Hotel tod.-iv. It is understood that- the asscci.i- j IH'UU mere ciiii-B1': iioy, and ihat a woman tliert-fori: more piny the part The CoTrjmerci.il Telegraph Company. Yor.K, Jan. the annual meeting of the Commercial Telegram com pauy ycstordav afternoon. A. Diniock, as tbe_ xrouaiJi fovind Tin.-s'id'ent ot the Bankpis'and Mcn-hanL-C. Telefrniph was elected and Luther E. tfhiiiu general manager. Mr. IJrnr.ielka-mp's Albany ALBANY. Jan. J. Brnmeikauip, Salt Superintendent, is in Allany for the of enlightening the salt comim'ttc-e of ths Assembly upon the necessity of Gault was identified by Ice Kilcher chil- dren. murricr of Ferdmand KitcliDr. Kitcher I iujr sn appropriation for boring nc-w welk was called from his house nnd shot dend. on the iv.-erv'ation. China ti YOR-V. J.in. ger.t'.oman v.-riting from Canton in rdotion to the fiiirs ia Touqnin, says: ''China i? determ- ined to Siiht. r.rni war can only be avoided Forced to Swallow Tins and Kceillcs. Tenn., Jan. inves- i. _ iv Liuut. iiti'i im tigationmto tlie cause- of the death of a j bv Franco "lacking clear down colored child nt Genei.il Hnrdin'fs farm j Around." rccoveriup Ho had bcea nuii-dem! and robbed. He leaves a widow aud three daughters. Spain's Frobnblc MliiMcrinl Crisis. w. Tl'" nf
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