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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - January 3, 1879, Syracuse, New York                                :lrn i; racr current of.-. to Itioit.Uio ai an VV.iK Jtus. i.t New York, av.l tiit-.-o r.ppcsrc-a to bq.no demand' for coin, j-.yrr.jtli Uioreof for i itry Cp to IV.'O In CMiiuiijii' lor which VT.M iv.uid trnvSera Mi4 certlusslw vf f tho otlwsr tinnd, it w.-ia that tbo UlsburOT ntnt of coin for iJC 'ICS 1- Oi t UQ I :-o'.tt cr M'.v.ir at oSlco of f.is Arxililaut o? tbo United fiti.vca ci'.y, leader notca, fit .1 eJroyc-J o? tlm ci.-cMl.i I. -St. Tier, Ir'tmr.v! t-: thailcri! Inoiuit sli gn tin I'.d !IK. (ro the I )ur.-j c v, r.siMio- M V svc ir -il dlv f- f mi'.i'o ruod der iV'Sl! lenders' which TOW to VMU.-.Sl.OJG. mo net to bt til-- rcur-d or csnwl'.eo1.-but fccpMn )o. u t tbo application aut U i i Iho Ci'io of tho ofttlori.il Us, t'aa iiotcrt of .so ulil rcilccmnblu n Unit-id Btalosi tbo ..-ountL-ri fio banks wii-i i.oflvcltonwat buslnoi-s -at tl.o 'mib-lrcaiurj la New York tar.1 Thu ti-cuarer wai pr-> most n probatlo rush bu) -.ad was very light, whllu in many ibscltJ worn r.rcfcrrcd. f bo mml TIW for 5'ilO, iiit col another (fi'i paid out .a half tin boar. thnA tiir.j tlii'ro ft iW tot of thaa fifty clullnM, fttu nuclw undor that tb..-y rofniieei haul: wcrn offered, bill not tak.on, ooly is Jfnw boos rhria'.- cuiium bou'o, banla homes in Lonor of-tho.ro of specie, piymuna. Of twenty, .i.i.ind dollAra aftbo custom n ioa irt piym-int of duties tlio Hi ei'.nhackc, m tl at tbo oub- up'u that hour la Mil b :oa 1 for RiiftL uny m tho jt-iaTil Kovornmoat of ork city, Ow lusuruaco com- nnd otl.or corporatlonn Interest ruyaieriti. I'liich amount, lu tcg.'.Ui n" KotwitH- tli-t f Irfrru well ri-pro- 'it ti vvticro M wcmnssilp. A noteworthy fact r rrfcrntico for ptpor monoy. n of npcc'in paymcoti nt '.il I.. VA-din cniisixl not B-ijipi-ivuln li.vik.-iot in lltiuucial f x -.va itctl lo sold, nntl fe-jir 'j ink: t 'oilwii on drponlt pil.i out, lu till r.encral tiilhi Kvcll iluprxittoru thuir intercut f billi goM r.r. iorrriON i.. i.'O'; .'5cnntn udoptdl the T lit the u.-itiot Jti liunor, public .ind -irivMe demand rxclo' rc.iiiinption, now luipplly -.l, flitII be iiuuotnUi'd hracstly Ktiil ly nt all nnd to thlii- cf -io tho ball! The o nSai'.J up ami. nru whether or tiot-t'itywcrtf la affill.'V. lion lha jvat'or.' All up Rti'l ortMutcd OrtxcHbabU" Tco coronilttco appointed nz tho to report a of organization ruOo' ilxclr tepors. Tijuy recommended ihw-. cCommlttca of one from cuch t'onarcssionai dblilct bo appointed, who, with Iho Cbftlr- rrjan nr.d of Ihn Stato Central Comrol'.tw, nhiill t'ao C3ooBHfp coiamltteo of tho t'nloa, anil that thu name of the OriK.-nbaclt-Lnbor patijrof..HcTT Sofjluad-Iw Riven to A divctisiioa eusucd' o-i totaoninnncrof choo-iing covjffiHtce. It Tina finally vqirt that a cotn- rultteR of oatj from Concessional trlcl consult find tliu uomlnaUons made by comialttco to received and nnd udoj-U'd. Tuu next convention will bo held tha las: WodnoKtity In Vort- Had or 'vicinity. Tiiy raevtiui; of tub re- rpcetlvo deviations will bo held to tncdben "of-'lhi union. Spcacci on rJndo'.by The folia vS That tie in the L-ibor llio tuballiU- lion of ti'rofnbac''') fpr.-1 bank currency, as tho Is not baakiat., ,iutl Only in tbo resump- tion of ntvtlona! tno currency Iiopo for uaUi hal rlty. At- a mroUnu of tho Hldnoy C. Bancroft IVO.H chosen tomporary president, artd A.- Dav.il temporary seo- rctery. Adiourncd tinsuie. ofiio. Coraynct tlm mid U TA, Me., Jan. 2. llouso' mot kt four o'cloclt, v. M., and indelloltely post- poneil tho order limiting petitions, thu.i m- Tbo JDcghlRtiTo commi'.tto on nubcrnnto- rlnl votes, ommlm'il the of tbn tji'jv tumbcr dcctloiid will Tho ttinl of ofllco of Oovi-ruor Connor ex- plrodon sad of tUo Coouiiutlou, thfj I'rcsitlont ol. tbc Bennto, J Mnnchotor Hnyttea. is aacl will continue to bo nctlii; tSovornor wr.tl! a Govuruor clecwd. Tbo Dumocriifj nnil liolil CHUCU8 tivnlKbt with clut-td tlimri In- Rc-crot cuucas it was voiud n (Uaacallng volco lo tho ScnMo tlii: muics of Oai-0-lon anil Bralili. In tbnt ca'io Iho t-lcctlon of Gurcclon nr.-iiiK'd. Tho cnucnaefi of nod Orocn- iMckt-n of'thu nomlpfttvd stutd osilcyr.i aa follows. ScoriHiiry of I'.'H. Grovo, ot Uiildofiird; Tfousurcr, C. U While,   iit'Cb-nso or np.-clol comnicnt.ilix lli; or oirclin. AN' TH: Kit. Jnn. S. IlHumpllon wcscn- ilnnXa And mioy -.j .'irr.i-1 paid out buy buun ractUy In 2.-- -'I i'J of resUBip- jcioil >ff a'iy fiw.uro to mark ;nry ters, MVO th.-.i tho united Suits my jri.-otibsc o.'fiold .i ii.ii ri-itu fallln'.; 'j.'ic' ban'-3 Iha outllw .al 557.1 0, TSbUci ol uid u i call for of nod irorthy lady, i: to r.t gi. trUnntiot-T-j for V.'ilc'.i fisa- to-day IIOA Increased In vio'ciicc, ad nil tlio. Ttillronila to.Vie city cr.titlf lo-nlrht to No uttcmp: h i- Jon. livery M. At. tlx o'clock tlio.tfccrmmoeicr tlooj jvcn iljcgrcc-i Ijriorz smmi' '.Cbcro. rtvlDjjicbwr storm' tlin at'letnoon. To- ISlit isj. clear ,mi! colrl. All.- the roUro.ids lifcUtE 'lato." Tlio pat v.ii.ier .-uln duo hero at 7 M. left Eufftilo !lvo bindoncd oJf'hcrd. Tlivco of :o oloivl, nnd iijitll tfco yorda (iro .c'.csr in, OAI.B AT EJJKl'AI.O. Bin-i'Ai.0, Jaa I rrTUo Klnd.isi Irtov.-iRjt a iiKrivllgbt; ftili' of.aafjiW: !ia.i adlY. 'Trains on Uio ilalalo. New Ynrlc (id V. R. stalled nrt O-T HoaUirtcslpre nt ara vofuco from tlm m- in in tho vicinity. ..'raiui nro reported uliandoncVl on tbo Lnko .bore Cleveland. -IV very cold tjv, .bovc zero. CANAPA _ QUVCEO PUOT; titorm vltli iviDds Iioai tlio west 13 ng tlirouchulit the wcotern portion ot Intniio, TJJO thtcioomettr flvo. xortyi Thu 'ii Uric. "-L'- j A imvniic rnovniKSCn; ll'll; Tiio: -'Me h o severe at Wuwpott tliRt thoboato for New fort doro BOt till it modcrutts. tiiirdlj Ivi'i to'mnlM'tlio.' prtiscai. O.iiulciia imd Ycnra. iiTcry unbappy pjrlod (t her Tuu lacfri, wftUcut af.emi t stfonsir ttitf Ktrief of Kiajilt laconssqueico -of' a-lavwrats! lariV Couct'-'in the; thii lute Ouuoj.il-Goril'nt.-Orfts- s'uca; ihi> dcatli 6fftor baud, i-rapioycd In the rul'n Office, Kt a cillery ribo'liia uliiV been'in monu pension money.- and when Jomrau doro A'ande'rbilt died bo by Ut3 will all of ivUicU plonfd fcO'I- in clt- fnr ttbovo v.-unt.- Diit-'iji poiscrsed of many pcrsonui tlonni noil tho suitors.for tic? kajd hate 'Wiles' Qcnv'rsl' fltiinict r illt-d-fae wtls ColoDoloi; tba IMtsimtb Unlud. States -Infnmry, mid Llcuiconot' Blair 'laid '-violo'p! widow's Ucurl, lind'socio Uto Ijiriut. ItUilr obmia Tlsll iJcollnad ou 'W.Jl R .coi-i inutettioii f rora-thl) :dois d by Nov. end forwinrdcd trf thUVriport wftS'tnads tlniu if: yon Sccnitsry of -'Wur, I 'do feel1 ''U.'-ii isa to janower-. it, .cnlMS tlictu Oip pjxrt-' of .tlio Anay or.Uia ot. ___MKo.taB-cossvctraseot-any :0fja nclnaioDStlwrcln. TIawcted !uui ioMcn ttcia. Win. GOM_ cillvil 11 ftllms ohlmnry. Anmit MI.'.- y feet- nt shu.s'.tticicr's whnri :.M.-- i r.tiini r.rJiAKK.-.nij: CHAKOU, .J-1-. 4 Thijni Ifna niiiiiablc lu thii.iTKUtUir licit: iiin tHcnlv-tour tUo aurcury fulling Is cttlruly paspi ndctl. AWrt'I. COW. TASKTOS, .Inn. Tlio mercury- vial ..twenty, llvo, dtKiui'ii zsrn h-til sljtul, Uio c'OWcsV'f into 18C2. wlillo an tlio talil aiTOit'y tliov timl fXppctcd ultiick from tbo maotiftkta who, M bu bclu-vi.'.l, liad down four mon to ia sltimtloamid net Ho Imd, tlioiufore, held tUcri us n mutter of ntifoty to himself and mon, until tbo Orcnliotcrctt Is felt ihrouRlicu'. Tcnni.-Meo in tbo pending conflict of jorkdlctloa botwaia tbo fitatc and foilovnl conns, in to thn qm-ttioos grov- out of thu enforcement of tbo icvcnv-.o i Sr. 1Tio.vnTiOBa jtcra  been with Iruw-n bo fluid bccauco ot fcvor, half ot tho ced. bun, to M I thoo, le: iia glvn b nit itlty io tbo rty. bSavctio'ueb, to en'.aud ver him. T how the Jjonorslilo c ctnry the Interior wu in bla.Draiand jd ftttip -or; Kuvm .ct .10 SiTOlr.-jO only ctbasrary for.'raoto ttfa httcotlbti of: thoiGeocro! o: i.tuo'.Ar-: av ib'.ttuj feet, till 'retained repoitscom- .i! tvhlcb ata bcrp- il was on this inform iitioa, my n'iKir't. Surely tlio heiu- ira ilo tko Interior coo.not Sro- S on .toino; nick, sixty-four, of whojt. luivu cd." Oaq rcuiaicat ilrftiifn from bcctiuso of ti )Hct-Ha IX A. ETK.MT.. t. j 'OAtctrrrAi'-Jan. from Cob'il In that Yakoob' Klum reqiilrcrt' land soldicni to sivcar on tho" Eorun ioMnr.il ;by him, but finely withheld their i uy. sa ihelr eecerM declined to bccoruo seen liy for k'a i tao oflloera an Uia norvlce, raoat oZ Qeneral niapT of thorn.   _____t; tbc calamities occumnifto ti iru y, and. to rcdrtco the ur.ncccsaiiry si- !0i ice brought upon .us. 1 efore closlna. this; communication I do- to call tho oilcnUott of tlui-.CkmmVof tl'C iiriay poilSoa of-. Licntonnnt. Vi wbJolisplainly lb.it Uin lit res-rmwlb-.taMresMostoa' of- aoppllck ;ci .to a ilUJercat-re- in! trom themipplica received, und.whica uu account-for tbo disctcpacoy lo the re- u of tbo CoBiinissipndr of Ionian Affairs JIVK tho Major .Tj: K. S-.1 ihorn 'taat'of Ssfobrilib ot', Fort Holl' At mcy. j concltalon, I dcairo to -aay.tbaf. ia my. tin uoV report dud in thlsronort ub set has boon to In thtt Interest of tin -.and-io'tha ps perty and .'daTelapncnt ,0s1 tbn froatier ot aa'Uvce ot olBccw jind he t economy ia the admlnlsustionct my co i CIJDBZ AnD.6nnarp.uj V ra ilvcd Secretary H't ;py of tbo letter.of QcaareJSlierlcSon on allowed'fwnda, nnd inssaissaKeoiciit in 't'4 ecrvJeer and'will prepare vi reply Jwj bin tbo nest ten days.' _ JITtCIKAI. BTATEMKKT Sheridan'-list re eiTcd- a -report f rom Qeoorii! Gib'jon; la- re .ly to-tbe request of Sacrctary Sebum for iti alliid tBforma'tlon reganiloar the oj raismaaniCoieDt, Indian reau. Qibbott ruontlonB a minibcr .c xir tbe country (or Stroiig'u Attornsy Gcnc'rol Schooamahcr .vi Jt mado tho Supreme Ci ur: tho tippolntmenc of a receiver in Iho onio of Uavreattiro; Biinic, bt 1'oughhcepsla titeci 'ilia motion: i'aynibnt of ing Jutothe tntfnt ;i-jnV.V. Iho TrorifUry in !hi'. city dayw.n uf whic.hw.H9 paid -.MUi IcR.-il tt-niicr notes, oxccr-l SS.Sfil, for w tuc boldrn of coin rbvciK'oa XcwYoilc. TUc holdcnt of ccupons 1 IIYO heriliifort1 tectivcd coin for thcni, but. lo- Ciiy for llio fiwt timo they to i-jab di-ri. c-iihi oil: V'i'k. Many i-.ccept-.-d li'i'al tenilorfl, 4nit-imt wiih- out iioiri'j :-.r.J f.-Uicrs, :.s mcntiiiiu-d, .r.lenrmiluil coin cikT.ls. Rial- ary.- irhcrmiin wiia in t'illcu iir.ill Jor.i rtinl to -bti in A of tclegramn rco'.-lvct: by linn wcro iicnt over to vh-t OOOD ri'.oit sv.w TOIIK. be'f.-ira thu tlieolKca n patuli- UiMlmUEi- itn'.ed Uie amount of uotwi ;n. ;.ioM to-day 11110 Xlic Si'Cioiary of llio. Trcanury opccetl wci.'V.ly liuls fiir tho nlver 'a'cd cccurcd four I'.unilrt-J uncci-s nt pr.ti.iriiH-ory piiee-. Tin- ounihot-of Imlitars wrs not co it-T lr.it quantifies ciTen'd -i.-ert 1 %2tr tlt-ia in pluvious b'uls. 'liurtd'iy, helivt'i-ucUivon anti nun t.hiu" 'i-ntertil vrln-.ini; and watehing tih opportmtty tnoii from .thit info of tbrt. diabursir.K a "f i.ura-ncy coatainlnjjti'nlbnuiftml for ptylnjt. off tho em- .JoyvL1.-! anil (or of rr.riteanl, nd tTC-ipcd whluuit oliteivMioit. iiuiiK'iliiiluty.wcnt to work. An HE- nniMitne: cirt-n-.H'itaticij connc.ctcii xviiU thu door iuln chief c'larh'.i ro.nn' iujJO'aiiiB IKc wliolo.time ,'i'id-ilie room filled witb clo.-ln ipiciouii paiUm.hs.vi: Imi-a. nbniiiilKi building for or thrcn d-tyii, (ind It is tit-Ituvcil Hint they tot, n Ini- of ihu to thn dUbnr.-'injjcli-rkV nntl bi.d u rr.ftdo to fit r..-; TJicrti iho thief no yet. The public. prinU-r him uriMvard of llyi: bunilrei! d'.illai.i for Iho iixavcry ot tliu aancy tiMlGii'. to-day. CAixxo 1-011. forlhlrty-two tUau.Miid silver doliarn were received ut Iho Trca-.ury Tln-y will bw'delivered fwo of car'. unclcr thu circular, which went intot'fecl P. Cardicy anil Wilhnni Walsh, nRcdsli-. tci'a und i-Vvt-ntccn, wem drowcikl' In tile lotos in Ohio, Yi'cdr.ciduy, sluddliio on tlio Ico. t Five uuv.-.l 'c.i'ltitti, v.'liilo fifcALiaj r.t 'impuli-v 1H., -had a. very oar-, row. cicr.po Irom drowtiiiR by thc_kn 'of ibb tl' pahs o' So u at M. 'unbxi ilyll ftud ct Rt lumxt M.U.T. wj'l o'ainm-i. j-.. .1. 4. fv'.r t wcrtrr.l imi: for i.1 vtcin- >i ilovf. V V f Urai; -j- 4 f-ir t rinjo: i 'irici 11! RIJ-; Ctroliri. i 3Tu.ti t ivi'-M. Icc sr; ..uU e r.t i'.l.H" -'.M. iwn-L f tlnti; owt ill i lor tcrtlr. M d r.icj-f.r.'is l-l-'tl.-il bl'.llr-.l r. voryrtuilj .Vt n; J.u. vcra.xtocitu.Ks: Voutt. Jinuiry pc m.-ney ul 
                            

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