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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - February 29, 1884, Syracuse, New York                               THE SYRACUSE STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 29, 1884. not take. it. Iii tbat event, bur stock htrad of tjepurtmeiit thoruuizhly com rnitted lo iht: of tin; ol'ijen. Grant. It voiced tlu: principl inijK.issiblc Ju admin- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT The latter would -become the standard Of. value a standard of eightv-llvo nislead-.o one bundrwl eciits; and iho ;situatiim of ,tlie diprttutt-d greenback ptnod IH lo i L-lain extent repealed. 1 nnj not IH rtiLlud inirnc i tielv. but sooner or nnre to ci.me w cninj d ingLrs nrt, cnhincul i d that tin ruquitnif tin. oin ot CHX> WXi tightv fnt i cut do1! irs per n until (oTitinuts in (on It i> the pliin thu> hear on the of rhe funds of (T.t n pan In- ovcrhituJetl by'. :i ynio'ir pint for in or sorneihiny like it can New- York Wearried hv ih.; in i of tu IMI t nit ji tin 1 rook n tg .is ut a. year, ami iht; in-toivst .'mi lit; Njii-U amuUMt> !o f I.Mfi.t'iOU" a year, .so ihar .liui siruotiin; in run nii-.L: mono than ?7.10.0iK> behind g'lu E. 10 pay irs way must, inert it- f inn iboitt f J i d s-s i nivtil y it i r 10 I'IP n IM t ul'l otMuiin- lu'-Mer, ai N. .f.. bfuhbed ht-rs..-lf fataMv with ;i rah' Vint, niui.- hmdi. ihmillitrW1 Office. No. 18 East by the, .h'Lji.-hiturts of ]iartieiilar cumpiini'.-s innlcr his elaiining thai tin.-: luns drinaniling ar.: brought forwa.nl -iinjily 10 iii.juru the standing of eompanie.-; M i h u n 1 1 for ibi i of hi ihut llinn liitorii's nuw 'in is nearly in a most art lie 1! Iia3 b'jon consulted r. L'NI'I.K" J KSSF -Si'AT.niso. Collccinr SJNCL.K COPIES, TWO CKNTri. II V MAtl, -.'I! HV C.SttKIKllAT SIX IIS YKAC. TKI-.KK rOIl SIX OK in.oriler to condition .of The Weekly KVKhV TUE3IMV MQllSljm nl t c mil, th v u p- i mi i u 1 itt- Jhi ubh f irnished ir. itn> report am" but AC A .the' sat in chair ami rh.j the jugular vein und inio this n i ir% t jlw r -pt-ttnv it >tw the of tho said.' he tlid g_j -not ihiak induction tht-.Trt-astiry." w.-nld pn g mi-Tor UUP upon nn n or ujwui HIL count rv U-.4JO i of ihi i i Ut r on UI public itl ntion inuru to tilt ill Hit r of the i of -iiUfr dol Mid eveo'thing ban two and tlu; p'Mlittuatioii Tiioveinont, at the head of --'whiolt Mr. David Dudluy Field has so long'stoo-1. IH no t ptior to the rult. In f ivor Iho rtnliifL the wliolo bml) of S IM toi formul t CM It, to bt ted -.0 Lo re id b% it mu> IH, mthu first AVlt HUdl XRSS LKTTKItrt riHOl'LD THE SVHACL'SH, N. 7 tlio uiiinh r i f liotii. jmnt-ri.ten- from u. t-'S.i'lii.O'.'T; ttmt Thfc number of mutual fire companies rlroppthl from US to" tLev rc-ionrce-i from'   far head in itur rice Ccitunlj u cording to the aunounued standards, this would not ii toward cudihoaUtjti K fhu ws kgal Jfj. isioria or ihe comlt ion of ilfAir-t t tlnrt> this sort Uf LOurst, old opp6-scrl_it, and ntinj of i> tl thil it w i bi under" 4 Jluta i> tht-_fact it has not buTnXtr be to H irn th it thu isl in oin, n tfl rh it tht_ tor 'amount ot p mniius ht a positui lu% in UI mil f HL jfry jnnced 'n inh or ICY ilie pt lu-n itmn niiuitli Iht ttoi t rrititPiit intormt the fin1 1 wi ro  t tliu K Cf ht itc of "vtu lug-in L Ijw under It in for u in in nti it, hisjfill. lo jjo into cjurt iit.it Lorn clne-wt md that of hit signal iiri> i ul Ii in thi itiitrnnn curdt d IH lln- lit nut ificr Iln 1 h n b'-  i p-twif of i 1 Llu.m-.-t it sud Hi it will -rj pnicrioatly. unknown onii of ihti j.arty of whodi.'il in O., Sun-d nj_ht w i- tir I lUh fr n ln-t were not that rhi' hul iln bt n Imr c 1 I In N pr i i d ontly itiir modi: ol'carini; inf. i hi; tlcatl, ind IUM- d in pr u h 11 u i IM u-lom w ihi: bmly by. its >i_'s fnun a limb jg the k n '-I-.- to. the c.hin, and c'jvi.-riiiy; ail biiw tin; head-witii dirt. IIITIJU Ar iirtitT 1 ui m j, paper ot thu "r'c tf 1 wcok it pAoftMt iti'tint 1W) 000 ciml now Mr 1 nil r h n o-ilen d a third with wlni h In hofu t to rt. u h p. r il 13 lionni il.will _ S-l't 1 I" snnpiintd" Jp 31 r Jb ciil th it if the 1 uu orpor J i- v. -M --3 Mn ind-. nnmi jnil LOU J lonj. erni "in -ill r i-> it i i 1 TFI H who ht hi llif pr iC rt.' t ption in n pfrtl rios oin n k w i k ir nhui-sion t1 f LiiLi-i- n cupts to iiidtil u> tht, 1 ion f Ih it 1 UtliTnor t IK.C iiion lo n in irk Mr iiuh rbilt iin_ht ik< li--.ui iroin Mi NV ill i- i x --.IUNK-S. .jf Flori.la, who L-ijnsidr urcd Vnst.' of rhu most at ihe Cflp ital, ami wliu iv-rtainlv is une of iuost; nt u i n in ho t it- Mitiulv t i tin i ited. He hail many sHm-il ev..-n of tli.1 ''iimntnou" kind, and owes "hi-. whuilv tn his uwn etVortn -liiiei; was t w it v i nt i ir- 1 1 Tti.-'-'s ihe .Virginian id] u- r i- i t ut nt stn np ik i md i P! d for tin: ea.-.t) u-ifh which lie. slips over ilu. v I X l.'poti one uCca.MUll, al after to a masterly i MJHit ilicm of Ll i, 1 iw IL-.L f "would do "TJd th n i n b I t nn-- u iho nt of w ir u 1 pt n Kin -o io-nrt s nn df r pn -.11 r m Tin 1 1-1 in r ml? ih n 1 n pn i i inded his t, K i f prod n< f il n i i i h -il trtli n prontptiii V ir h 1 1 i il   i.p, Iln-- i very fa-! country. Ymi can X. v> Vnrl; to San Kranci.-oi in seven days It is not pleasant to learn that the casket in which were laid tin: remains of IVysiduni dar 'field bus not 'been .paid for. i The lael. mil when the uomniittee of nt t.ho' House of bid under di.sciisl-.ion an i bill ic idcrcd iht inulertiifcer in his. charge the FA! -Mr: The plea of the undertakers is that the bills .fur -services ai funeral.> in enrred by the 1 in un nnpnd s 1 ht t imtuid tli it st-ttu g down in hi ii, 'vnd hitu in i bniind whok boilj f F id the f M of tin, itt. in ill ht-, M 1 iliun-) snnplitiix ind (kli nli wuukl be 1 he 'old-fashioned, 'obsolete, -and .empt v-art -iVeialities and which attaeh tothe'co.ni The ruk's. which an; now 1.011111! partly i.n mi w i ill en p i-lh in i u in of jinlitt tl i- ind j pni llj 4 n si it u it livt> ihe lives o pm i i-, !i ivi, thu con (if knowing that will us to turn in I'lireaftiiis while they fiijbt with nndtrtakers over amount of it cost to. .bury us. Thi-, consideration lo conclusive wit.1 t many jjun'Jonicn who have Koine nnuoil of entering publn, hie -in great >taMHe- to whieh anybody could'tunf. yi'lie- the i Hi-tL id JH.I ob ti n i- lit iliMji-or ii rudh ilten tin, t i" a court bvsuiu to tiud out what the law would 'oe- able.. lo turn lo chapter, antl i i H ti ind U irn pru. -i 1> w h il hi-i n i in I hi- i-. ut r' imlv i iif u ]iit turi 'Inl the on tin; other' .side are. not I hi) i titt m r nil-' in iiid ib >nt Anj.n-t i -n hin hand in air a.- l-ldi 1 i I 1 J 11 IU I I 11- I III w i: very t-h tin: .-aid upon a and havi; roon: h.-fl.-t'ur.lht Li.nl'.- frayer, .vji'M'.s .w Tiis Th" Wi-tnii KuL-ine U'l.irks, at fahiN-d i I'o N. V.. hnriu-il I'rc.j.anili'ins an: already lie inaih: at UrM.iklvn fur tin: reunion of tho Army uf the II is stated ;it Si. that 1 1 arainni'ii died an uvcrdoMi of uiorphint _ n liv IHT hv accident. i.- .stared .thai r.'iisinn> iKldl.-y har, e.mienr.'il L-. ill.; lisuurillrt .INIIIH l> i 1 iMtulidMti! for Mflndiai I i-d Ii 1 r-, n H -iilMii All Uitt'jd Henry Siniih, IS. ina ov.'r. the ji-'.-s-.-.-sioUj of a d'.ni'; with i The Halt ha> I 'n i n hi 1 i r u i ill '.pn H r p b "f his iid-re.1 id.. reMu-naiiiiii a.- chairman of th I Slate i-oiuuiiltei; f.ir I hut' il i-n ,i i i I 1 lie tc.at :ln- J..- north ui" I'aU.. is ftutnu1. rjniiiL i tin -in are v t" work, and rhus.t are i In, only ones 1'nai in want Whit.- ,f Wright, of the Snpre.uif i d i i in il 1 u n di i --n i .1- ar Atlanta M'.-T nc.-day, Wri-ht ami -tru-k Kiy. A duel is pmhalu _ H. IIiiM-ni'lu-iii, hi> wife and .laughters wiT.'i'lilnr.'f.irinitl at New Vurk, Monday li'u'lit. afi--r iV-'-in a J.-ilO worth of pn taki.-n out of hon-i The N.-w V'irk .-ju'cial Hi'.; hill ha- HU- rhau l pas-iir_r ihe H-.nse. in--mhers havi 1' v- I. 1 di i-' i i -del' t IM-; Itelievd t'itifinnati 1 IliMirv 11. Pnviii! is a fir (ti ti'.ai tie- r.'pe- :ue i'-hii: can-fuily laid to" seem his nominal! n A tin- hp'ke (tut yesterday in lli-.-'apartin-'i. -nf Van .i.'iper, i'ii New sntVuealed .and h-.irued m jiiitiiH-d iVoni the third .-t.-ry ami was 1 Ml ul'-I lie nreltl ill! t pill of .tjl C'T ritii-ates Jitin-ni: -iht; l.anlvs hy tint Ikislon sill ti i-urv, ihe IV-ton IMMIS.- has K m d-iv-i! t" admit tiium for the set' ioment of lial-tin 1 h i il it't Pu- i ui f i vlu A: rhe the .Ier-.-y Srair I; 1 I'lican iMMindu-1 Muiiday nlyh: th'- npiiiii'n u i- t ri i u i Ii ti ih i i w 1 i onl.; i...' ctmnled aim...-! fnr -Itcmdi tittke.1 n.-x: tail ex'.-.'t' An Inn L'nit.-d Stales Kllis, U the Narioiial KL-h Hatch. i Nurthviilf. Mii-h.. minni u -t .r the chain of laU'-s. Thre.; 1 l.efr'n phinred in :uid a simihn I number will he _ pi an led in l-nkn at i O.-WCL'O Hiis wi-ok 'Hie Thir.l War.! ihn t. u ,_ I iu 1 'LI in i 11 1 i r on >-T-m.-iday uut oflOd tavuntl' Hiain.-, a v. wm .livi.U-il Kdunintl-s ai.d 1 u uln mil r--r-: had nn ehoir-e. Tin1 .current number' of ihe .V-. j CJifi.-ititin. -.l.V, tlmpreai in its secrioii. >ay-. 10 :hu c-antii-dacv oi'f'len. Shcftnan t'or tho i 1 r d t linulv i- n n-t' n n i t I h it t--ull i pin U nup> iu 1 11 lit mi in it h 1% -m h i h i i uvtn1 indirvet. and the" preM-'iit the il i i i mi ml i r Lh in i TI r hi to- -P H in IK tl "l tli ur 1 i-l ir nh-t uuliiu thi on inifl, :he burning ofanoLher aiiii roinodftl-inj; one ul" ihi: __ Tli" empl..ye.'S of. H. II. Masnn, ninnu fatitnr.'r. ai. Unston, .struck Nnsaii.- e. oi" a n duct in prici.-M to hnnoh.-rs.' Tin; union will M'.Main thu'striki 0 It was a close vote whieh. the- IMiL ill ii j tlnir iw nn- I ubi tlie proposition, the vote against-, it. uncurtain! io's" the wotdd'be i nlctinitc multiplied, tint would be endless conflict of interpretation; .-and thai in-st  t M j n ihi.- month, >tiil i.-i.n-c i-n-I'e.-l.l.-d than he witli.ln'w frnm Hli'-al life I'-uir y.-ar- :e_-i-. I'.ut it i.-. 'i'o u-. lii.-tiwn Meijitn-raJtc parly might i- -11 cnii Thotna.- .f in bin t-, t.j call upon TO i.'.i.l it n i hi win lii-ui Kr.iai llii- Tmy Telt-yr. i It is tiirit a iiKi.jnrity of Ii iHihlu iu .Inn il j i I i in per- :in: t'.-r [.ineoln for iln -out! place n iln: tieket. -If :lii.- means a n> ihin- it- i hat Uu- U 1 (--onf'jrcnet; i.-iniiiuini-cs- of the. Piit.slmrs; t n i-s b tit It M ind in t nit u Hi IP r-i having failed setrle r.fn; .-strike al'iei- man y 'M- for the resolution vtii, Ki puhlit in- It in ij be said i-hai. by the terms of last imtmim'-platform, 1 he pledged l." lo tiu; an y to. vole on tht; 'of hibilimi hut the vole shows dial the repnj of the pariy arc tjiiiie as sineeri i-were the people who ijj an t mini's ind U d fo- Mi M u n in', a spent nmst of his .tinu the. canvass in clVoris .tn a-i-nvince tin liqu-.r i-leniciit thai he not so tniieh of a it-ill pi- ranci: niiin ai'ter all. tliu prop lion thai went, down yesterday wa> pro-po.-M.-d, ample opportunity hus been a Horded l i Ii.-arniht: l he-public. -lion, the pr.-lVivm-e of people, as expressed on many occasions, i.- in fa von if a licen: iaiv. It cannot be >aid that a in the Slate would i lit pi oh biloi i u nd nieiit Were ii ever find it.- way to ih..; poll-. ;m evident preference pri'Vitiliii_u in favor of tin. wiser :ind ntore prwctieat proposition ihut turns on Miren.M 10 bu doubtful thai tin- M.nTisi.jiTi ill' hil! will i louse of TlitT.- are that prinltMit and inthieiitial Uenioerats ulll not allow the C'rtrlisle ion to aiiiiix.' 1 hem Ui u ith 1 n t Ir i'U 1 uii. u it the tit' the parry, even if thr in. more will In; ht.-ld ar. tlu p-" m mill K nin r-  1 hav.- -ivt accnntitlati'd. the n.-u- i-sird lia-b n and i ii'- I'-mand is lair, whi! impiifies nre im-ry than is aL llii w.-ri! irii-v that ihe Auieneau of an iriieli- i- the plus tin.- iluri---, liv puitntl' '-diinkfis oiiL'hl t.' at t 1 per pair. Iml- as a maticr fact: Am.Tt. in g-bhuiUets.ot' iH'etMs-'ly weight iind.'jiml -ii v re -UiiiL; at iiair, nr but. id-h.'i- than in Ku-tund. American -las.-ware llriii.-h Xoi-tli Amen. 'a. c- r j_ -I'lh. r.Hik tu the value ol'Si.'iH.WO :md t'luba worth. atul Sr.ulami J ir" to forty ur u't'ly diil'-.-n-nt cimiM ries during In ihe tiscal.year nx-, it 1 .in n.ittx dm 1 .T -_ -1 isl i i i t 1 tin 1 i Ii M v. i l k 1 North Anu-ri'-a. lira 1. l.'nimti M lU'Mil't'dhimliia. '.'u'ja, !H: I'.riti.-hl -M -MUII- ui Ti i is n it I t pnliln t'hifi. ti; C'UK.ral Atni-ricait Slates. Hawaiian 1-atid.-. Ilayiiaiid San Domingo, t each. A -report jii-L made by ihat :u stat-s vvhere only IS n.-r e-'iif. M "hi; lalhirci-s an: .jttij.l'tvtid; iii au'ric-iilnirt.- ihf w u if la mi hands a ?'J-1 a tmniTli, whih in states u-hcrc "7 edit. aro_farm haml> their 'wri-.-s avera-.' only Jllij'.T a umnth. 1 n -y stare tin: ra uf un farms is tav.-r.i bly by Ilu; priisrticO ul" 1 ht 1 it, i nuA t iu d i in t no m n ll_ll will h ItlU jllivllKts of in N h r M ui -.'tin i iu JIM 11 d C uf woiid) a! om; etid. and -iv.-s up at tin.- flu: :nutcho iiisitlv in their t idy b.-. paek'-d. Th.; wmnl. xvliich. in rli uf last was brutish: uvcr to ro mad.; ill to Iilled twenty steaimv.rs and N 1 In Mul i h Iphu ilut ill i- mil uuiiv it iln M 11 npp r -'up id- inih ni'l nuarlv ant Anii'im the Ve-isi-l.i beiny b nilt funr inin -t, mi-hip in in i nil -hip i rim in i-t d iiMli schooiiLM-, an iron' steam and kill lloat. lli'l feel ('tl feel-wjile t> fei.'t dee.p, iu be fov-.-ti-.i in and .idapled for a f t i itur to carrv dressed y.-s-ds in ..New Y.n'k liar bur, Ihi p nipl r 1 uinl i n i n. o. l hut i 1 tpiu and Cochin1 Cliinn, and f.he trees Ir. in most, uf ihe is ub lained. been introdirved into ij'.tlil'oniia. r I" Table height, and is valualju for timber, tin; wood 'and durabb -not -.n.inry t'r.mi and h'-nc.- lu.n.'li in t iMir I. i itni t ind i up nti w u 1 fr M i put >f h t L iml .-.pt-LulK tht, imt.'ll .-trunyly of camphor. of Iowa's Setiat'frs. as appears in their tliirtv-sis to te.n to pardon '..tic eonviet un th 1 In _n iht Thus argument i- of prison ,.ln f.iel. thi--n: is n. everv inmate of" an low.i u-of a bastile. an v where- in the- Lnion. ;nav not be inimce.d tlie i-ledge by t he oili-r i in iniinediale pardott. j; There' be an nhutidanee- of. limber fui tempera] u oi-ators in eii.hcr Alibiirn urging Sing: and ih_ only way to them out i.-. to UK liledge before, strike nl'f Iheir -md t.hiMw u ide the doors of their the principle, proves so n m -m tht. ,111-1" 1-1 tpibk oi nidi tui'ti t faction, .or anyhoiiv else.. Tin- re-uli 'on 1 ht, t'lec ir.uk- and on the mher hand would uM-rt-I'.i-. the exi-linLT to ruisiih.-laniial pur-Yci the aiieniion of i.- di-rertetl to no snlijecl 1'tit this J'ceUle pretence of n-veiiuc rclorni.' The. .ippropnatlr.n. bill> an. far behind hand. Th-y will imleed 'In- lie to re hut 1 here i> anotlifi- important matter whieh it is u> IH feared will not be :U all, Tin- report. within a the shipment has ;ui oinhioiis sotind. Th niofv thoughtful minds of the count rv not iy writer. It.-ok-niaker-. an.l eet'iioini-is nii-fi-ly, hilt." inteHiLiem. merchants and Ictnkers have been "convinced ot'tln. of multiplying at the of a yea r of silver which, according to he rates of the world. ;ire not one hiinilivd cent- but only eijjht v-dvi toni; as the has enough 10 tlie di-iHnn.I> :t> noti and bond Imldrrr.. the aeenmidatioii' of these 'Jl'Jj grain silver no injury. The golden '100. deU'rioi'.itioii of the other :mMl is not app u enl- i'ii von UK! uift-.ihii m m u t n'ltinn tl'.e hitler- elnelly in the form of certifies tliscounl. because the jjovernnutiit- i> .-ible'lo pay and 'is tht-reforu f-Mtndatii'ti of the. circulation.. Iii t if foreign .-hoitid take a turn M won Id invoive a protracted export of .-jiecii. gold wiiiild have to go, bce.'tuse silver is worth litieei: j-ereent. les> abroad and the I tl. IIP M 1 1' u.l M KM Ind. 1 Ull id 11 til. sn i ,r in i ijtinrlion ihe Sli -railroad is iniporfant iu -than o i r -pn tl i i n in i HT i u ih it th n iieinen ill til" We.-: Sh.iTc nuill 1'. s. i i i_. in% t iv nti ppn -.in n ilil i 'I'iie d-'i-i.-i-jii will hav.: a tendency t. 1 'i-i i rail-- .nln-r suits chi'.ractiT. an-! will frii'inis of tin: citizens' 'with '.bibulous vices, that inUitary and jury duly will h( reir.itleil to sueh of them as hike the ph-ilv and private. will -Ije rendered void a in disagreeably, contracts a; in nlled in fav.n- of assign :be i'ledu't1 "1" the total abstainer. In tli i t i ubd iftiu t p' r- it m _hi In; well to oiler a small bounty lo ihe signer. 1 he experience f-eVerai geiieraiions ha.s proved that, few things arc easier than gel-tiiu names fur a lemperaiii-e pleiigc. Tlien: i-nolhing open-heiirted luinnuer is so willing to bestnw as a promise, because it is ahon tiu-'onlv'thing at his that is not u once eoiiveriibit: into; a drink. Itesides. ht has iearnud thai signing a- pledge immense y encbances his value in the eves of niitl saloon -keej >crs. the '.cbisoti duo lo "treats" and credit. lint, if Jlie itself, has attractions, how an; thev when a jinrdon for felony aceompanies law of tJun 5-- fnrnishcil In tht; marii.-il syslein ...f h-r..- in that pn.v.w ;ii..r.: v.-l> fhc iVilj nf or iinaiiiai that tin, i un! rv cat: ee: sn- h a in any if her 1'V ui' iln: .national It' tin: ii'lvn! sucli :i law. -i p i it u 1 p ui 1 In tli n nut. 1 r i lobtiiin ftf a law tit' and ilivor.-e, rlf-y wiiuUi hiasi-Iniinn nvo i-filn- prol'leins of t m time far -lian -L solution "f '-iiht-r will IJL lonLi.l any othi-r hv Kroni .the YiU'k Tlie plaif.TU! .Ic'-l.ir.-J it: fav-.r "a TaritV for rcvt-inif iipi-ji fui-. itnport.s. and such taxation un.h-r i he interim! revenue law- as will iH'-rri inciib-iital pi-ufei l" .deme-iie ninnu-I'aeinres. asnl ;i- vxi-I, tli r.-Vi-niie, l.-a-: tipi-n amHi-.-.-t j pi iiuot tntl n u IL nt _ it mh-ir n n (luv. r.ni and tin- of Xt The aide and fxpci-ieiiciil Siipi.-rinl'.-H'lent nf 1 r.s lira: ice is-ues a on lire and'murino iii.-urant'.L- ni'-riis   

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