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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 3, 1884, Syracuse, New York                               FXFTY-SDCTH TEAR. SYRACUSE, N. Y., FRIDAY MORNING, OOTOBBB 3 1884. ACROSS THE EMPIRE STATE Governor Cleveland on the Road from Al- bany to His Home. BUFFALO'S ROUSING TURNOUT Mtiil ICockittft til llunorol A Who Rouuil to In Whole ghow. waved his to tbe throng. The weather, which had been threatening all tho morning cleared oft and all omens pointed to a pronper- where are located the great car shops of the )ork Contra! railroad, hundreds of work- .-_ __ tit it minutes, stopping at Palatine llrldge and Utlc: for water, being 15 minutes ahead nt TJtica. Th e ea nt TJtica. The Governor appeared on the pUtlbrm at both places ana was cheered. Special lJUpatch to THE STAKUAIII.. Oct. token to-night of the Interest It takes In .the canvass of Mr. Cleveland. Under leaking skies ho was drawn through thu streets of the city to which ho has huuti a strangurslnce bis party thrusi Its highest honors upon him. Eight milk white horses with outriders and the caval- oadu whirh. bore him along butween a compact multitude of people stretching along an far as thu uyo could roach. I'arty ties hail been aban- doni'd for thu time tu allow the city, so honored by ibu preferment of its rtrst citizen, to show its hearty good will. Buildings after buildings dls- i'luylng thu portraits of Ills great rival in iho Presidential racy were hung with lanterns and until thu town seemed ouu (lopd of light. Thu hero of all this spectacle made a modest advent. A .-pedal train of a single car nml locomotive whirled him. across the state In seven hours, n schedule which Included many miles cuvurutt In ouu minute. Tho Governor was tbuluut of the occasion. At bis rocjucst hu was accompanied by Erasttts Corning ofAlbany Austin Utjirop, of Corning, n .member of his Mull, A. Dleecker Banks, mayor of Albany oUpMrliitiindctit ot lnsurant'u .John A V< Inllfhl kobbius, of Buffalo, and Simon Kosuu- 'laic, ul Albany, persona! frlumls. Thu press ww renresotitcd by Thomas S. Cummins, of tin, Vork Iteratil, the AI- Imuv und KVA. Donlciuc, of the New tiarM, -i'liu STANDARD correspondent' win ri-celvc.1 on hoard at Syracuse. This was the only accessory to thi! llttlii company thiouith- otit the trip, nave a stowaway, who was discov- ered on tha car half an hour after It left Syra- Kllwiml Hughus, a musseiigur of pastern Union telegraph company, who came aboard at Syracuse to deliver a message to thu (lovurtlor. Hu was either unable to alight in DeaiHiii, was so Infatiiatuil by the gimlh' ndnlo- nltlun ofthe'lattur to becarefulllidlsumbarkiiij; that ho concluded tu llnlsh thu journuv. VOHIIL' was one of tluidlmlnuulshml piirty whose arrival In tluffalo to-night turned thu city loose" Upon Its streets. Only two stops wore mudu ou the way from Syriii'usuto Hutliilo. Kochesterand llatavia wero tlm places wherii thu halls were made. At plaen thn Uovernor tnadn his appearance on tho pluiltiriu and extended hands to tho shouting Urowiln Turning Out In the Kaln tu Welcome Him. Bu-1'l.'At.o, Oct. train bearing Cleve- land and rjarty arrived at .East Buffalo at 8.15 P. M., live minutes ahead of time. Tito tlrst loud-voiced welcome was thu continuous and combined shrieks of locomotive whistles, creat- ing a din that could, have been heard for mill's around'. The tralp steamed slowly Into the do- pot, which was reached at jr. A driz- zling rain, which net in early in the morning and continued, with brief intermissions throiiEh- THE WESTS WARM WELCOME Blame and Logan a Busy Day in Cincinnati. i BLAINE WANTED IN SIX STATES Y.it.rO.J'. Reception to- th. KepubUcHU Tour to in- tended to VlriluU Other iir ran ABI.HC.. MlDl.t.r .n Amw.r to th. iOSDO.f, Oct. 2.-A dispatch from Tten Tsin states that American Mini- ster -Young arrived and, acting un- der p instructions formed LI irunB  llf> i "I" Governor walked to the Bxchange street entrance to tin depot where a handsomely decorated coacl to which were attached eight white riven by a liveried ra.ichn was waiting. Tim Governor, acuom- panle. hy Jtayor Jonathan Scovllle, Uo.i. Danlol Lockwood and Winfleld Uobblns, of llutiulo, uteppeil Into the vehicle, .which lolnoil progress wits one coutlnuoits ovutio progn principal f their ng tho who demanded this recognition of fualty. At Hatuvla, where I wo cars bearlnK coiiimlttu.jsent from Buffalo to rcouli-o thollov- ernor wero attached to the train, there were cries fora.pccoh. lleamliig with good nature, the (lov.iruor got down ,m the depot platform, say--' ing, Oh, m., gNiitlmiH.ti, speech, but vou "111 loyal followers nearly pulled arms of thulr sockets. "P'toof Iho precaution not to -raid the: train's m.rnlug, In to which 1 ttlu crowds ol llfty and ouu hundred per- sons gathered at thu depots. waved thulr handkerchiefs high At Mich ,'places as the workmen from the mil Is mid factor en turned out to hull the Hying train they did at Clyde mid Rochester, Ih, Governor took pains to return tin, saluU of raised Imls and lhmittlr.g bandanas. Thu (.lov- oriinr engaged himself in running m-ur was to ilnltviir lo-ulght. Not it word touching on (Iw political was lisped Ihu iMiitlampn gathered .about him to rojjaril the journey as a privarn expedition. the said Mr. "ban been culttnl to UiiflHlti by personal hiulueiw. He has postponed going to Buffalo an long as'possible in to avoid any demonstration that his friends might malco." The Oovnrnor himself In thn best posslblu huiiuir. On topics aloof from polities hn chattrd with vlvacW and IBlereal although sharing with those at tho Mopping places, lusted hisstrength bvthe pleas- ure thuy smtneil to In grasping his hand. He .urprUu that a mail of mortal cpiniNMltlmi could long survive the ordeal. Tho Governor showed the utmost familiarity with the traversed by his train. Of Syra- cuse m spoke most kindly, alluding to It es- pecially as being so near Fnyoriuvllle, the place at which spent bis boyhowl days lllnsw from otif hundred locomotive wblstliw signalled the arrival of thu train at Buffalo sev- eral m n tiles ahead of time. It wan then rain. Ing imlte hard. Young Hughes, thu stowaway, h.i looked out of tint car and caught sight of passing club, cried out, "Vou cairtWn 'em In when tho next I'rnident Is In town." Tho youngster was as staunch a supporter Clevo- land us there was In Buffalo. The rain ami Sen- ator Thomas V. Orady, of New Vork, nrrivi'dln llull.ilu so nearly together as to bring' about tha eruel suspicion that the discomforted statesman s In league with Jupiter 1'luvlus. There was, howiivur. too much gusto in tbe demonstration Of ro-iilgUt to console the apostate Democrat for then, Ittm put upon him In uthcrcities. Mr. Ue-volaiifl'n neighbors seemed, toforgnt polities tonight, people of all parties uniting in the wel- wyrt) to be met at every street cor- ner. The special train which brought them .hither made the trip without incident. -Mayor Kymi arrived ou the fast express In company with Mr. Kelly, n inemhor of the Democratic tmtloiial coinniltivu. Thu Syracuse organizations Phalanx, and Third ward Assigned places in the procession wull up near the Governor Their inarching was applauded along thu route.. None of the clubs bore nindo n, better growing. C. It. s. streets were jammed! There was little iosllnc and m. disturbances. Democrats, -Republicans and men of every shade of political belief vied each other in honoring itepubllcanH cheered as loudly as JJcmocrats, seeming to ibrgul n >litica! dil- fereuces in the enthusiasm of tu'. honr. i Thu illuminations were on the grandest possible scale., .JSearly every bulldingalong the llne-was brl lianlly- lighted up. There was no icnd ot Ilreworksnnd banners were everywhere 'dis- played. On the side of tho platform at the Gen- cseo hung .1 transparency with the words: "Our citizen, Governor, and i'rtisldunt: llulTalo gricrs thee. troni Exchange to High streets, it dis- tance of over three miles, every stor.j was moio or less decorated with lanterns and the pri'ici- pal intersecting the lino ol the procession were a of light. It Is estimated that. men were in lliv Ihu column wtis two hours and ten Minutes passing the Geiiesee. In thu stiuare opposite many thousands congregated and the apiwar- aiicii of thu Oovernor on thu platform was tho signal lor wild, tumultuous cheering. This Governor -r.ood with uncovered head. Hon. Henry Martin, president of the Manu- facturers and Traders' bank, introduced thti Governor, who sti-pped on the platform, and after the outburst of cheers had I can. hardly tell the puoplo ot liuir.ilo how I re- Jolue lo-nlght, KliU how giiitefiil 1 am lor this demonstration of commence and osteui "iv CINUISS-ATF, Oct. the wholo day the visitors to Blaino and have kept tlio Burnet Housu and the neighborhood as noisy and as crowded as a national convention hall When they returned to tbe hotel the people out- side kept up a storm of martial music and olieor- Ing until Blaine and Logan were forced to show themselves on hotel balcony. They bowed, spoke a few word, of thanks, and then retired amid acclamations of iho crowd. Later Logan left the hotel to visit exnosi tion. During the day Blaine received dcMfi.itions West Virginia and Tennesee, who rrnnested him to visit those states. jHo eonsonted to to Indiana, Illinois and West and ex- pressed regret that ho could not visit tho others inn i afternoon a delegation of business men of Cincinnati called to respects and give assurance of support. In the evening Blaiuo attended tho leception of the Lincoln cl ub The looms to pre- i ranee. r for indemnity was monstrous and Ing, tO satisfy Now she is determined THE PEOPLE SOLFD ON TARIFF Commercial Intere.t, or Th.lr to tile It Practlcm Man to Suj About It. upon war a are sent the guests or the members of the club, per- mnally, ami tho presentation was matte in a formal manner. Mr. Blame, in a few ple'wint JJfJJ VXKfiOWX. A to Wlilo'h Clue uinv bo Found in Spttiroril. 1 Spcclii] Dlapatoh to THK STAXDMin -WKEUSIMJUT, Oct. 2._The body of an un- known man was found on thu north track of tho Central railway, half a mile west of the depot Dy tbi. engineer of engine Ko. -1SJ, aboui o'clock this afternoon. Ho appears to be about 00 yeiira old, height 5 foot o inches, baa landy gray side whiskers, light: hair, and .1 Koman nose turned to the side. Ho is thought to be a Scolchman. The only mark of identification is deep cavity on his buck, to the left of tho backbone. He was dreswd in brown panta- Special DlijMitcli to Tun STAXDAKD. AVAsmsnTOX, D. C., Oct. am not a politician, lam business sani Hatch, the well-known New York stock broker to-day, in reply toaquestion propounded n.-nnl- ing the iwlitical outlook in New York. I don't study politics except as they affect commercial matters In which 1 am deeply interested. There is no doubt but that Blaine ivifi carry New York. Now 1 am for neither Blainu nor" cfeve- Innd.butl know tb.it the commercial and laboring interests of the state will not support Cleveland and without help from them be cannot carry the at.ite, and without New York he cannot hope to be elected. Tlio. people interested in commercial and labor matters don't want the it In Wlil.ky that do to Strrtgtil. is ollloially stated th.lt adupllc.ited receipt for barrels of whisky has been found in Investigating tho aflairs ol thu Newcomh .t Uuchnnau Co. Tho Trust company lufn.wc! to make public H.i. names of tho victims. George Jlnchan.iu, who IMS been tulssing sinew the iissiBniiu'.Mt thought to be in the city. The says: We have been given authority testate on the authority of Georg.j Buchanan, that, the in the bu.slifes, of the Newcomli rbe duplicated Xeumnirn Church In Truuble. Special Dlspiitob to '1'nu HTAKI.ATHI. NKtt- Madison avenue Con- w-up, u uuuuiiiDcmuoii. The tariff is a material point in the issue. I can get a good man tu work ou England, for iusUuce, for four "Imps K'.-5 three or these things and will lot in the interest of free trade. There is a fu, reuiiipta, involve from to wh sky on which Irani .9UO barrels of unco places mil nniloii vriiitii. Tho honor It has brouifh! me 1 usk mv vi'-ue. i whisky, on which Irom to were: realized, that thn books of the compauv will account for every dollkr of money 'thus raised, and show Uvoiy cent was used in tho company's efforts to tido over the breakers in which it involved. Two yoars, ago, when the cot an ex'.ensiou, the lia- lulitim amounted to Within those two years tlii'y have paid off of tlie principal and trom to in luter- ?nn niivt' delivered to custonnirs about. burriils ol whisky, and of now in bond no uomplloatlon exists except as to o- barrels. whiiru this nuii.uy do not know. lo come from rlie -r cuiiro oi our laborers should Cleveland become president "What about -the Cleveland clubs in Wall street which tho papeis are Hiking Mr. Hatch smiled a moment, took pulls at hu cigar, pullud his short. bristle-Uki- mousuclw, then answered firmly, "I know many of the men reported to be in that inove- inent. I know the ollicurs. I could mime some of the lenders whom you would not trust with a live dollar bill if it were not marked so that in could be detected. There are no Kood solid but.- IIIBM men among them. The .solid moil are for "Any monoy being bet in Xen- York OM Cleveland carrying Lht> state "N one- that E can bear of. If there was any betting it would be on Ulainc. Truce the of syne ol the Democr.itic paiwrs on bettinK fur tlevtland and y.ou will tlml they will end in (IKJ.XD XltlTliK TO Tlio Amount rixeil Which llie Head In tu 1'ay to the Tool, .Special Dispatch to TIIK STAKOAKO. 2fr.v YOKK, Oct. case of Trunk railway was disposed of at to-day's meet- iuy of the Chicago oommit.trje. A telegram was received from the general man agor of the road assenting to Ihu proposed plan of settling all the questions in dispute. Thu Urand Trunk will mire, patriotic and oaaeriSii'7'nl'irc KOVLrnmoVt cm following tho Governor's address thu pro- ssion passed In review before him and dis- I I) I) .1 The Car Ov.r tli  New o n o Krrnra, c'hlcHgoa, Xcw Yorko. At NO on account of rain. Cleveland: S 5 i; 2 VJrBiuias S, Indianapolis s. At Tlalliinore: 4, Cincinnati 2. iiut six Innings were played on account of darkness. At Cincinnati: Clnclnn iti 'Unions 0, Nation- als nt Washington n, PlMsburg: St. irtiloiis 110, Alle- ghenys 5. Ar. Ivausas City: ll.iitimore Unions u Kani Sfts City a. hi Trnnblu. VOUK, Oct. D. Buiiolls' lamps and glassware, luivo asslgn'od. N. Y., Oct. Albert where executed, it will settle on a net money bas- is; from lhatidate it will settle ou a gross mouuV basis. Thu amount due to the other roadi from the Grand Trunk is S100 OOl) Ir, bus been considered remarkable that this ro.ul was not represented at the meetings. LllTI.E ItoCK, dot. the Green- backers nominated an 'electoral ticket for the state-at-large. NEW VOKK, Oct. A. Bagley was noiinniued by thu Doiuocritir; CongresHional convention of the Seventeenth New York dis- trict to-d.iy. JShpiN, 111., Oct. Prohibitionists of the Sixth district to-day endorsed lieuben Ell- wood, 'Republican nominee for Congress Ai-i-i.ETOSf, Wis., Oct. Uenjocrats of the Sixth district nominated A. Smith for Congress. S. S. Barney was nominated for Congress by the of the Second district. Apparently Without Motive. n.ATONlA, Tex., Oct. night three unknown men dismounted beforo the store of 13. Kresuck, of New shot'and instantly roile southward. Ee- porls fri.m points south st.ile th.it t.hi. do.sper.i- does shut and a I'uniier on fond, l.un ors of similar killings come from further south. A posse is iu pursuit. The Is a mysrfry. The Chnlpra liococcl. Oct. were five deiiths Irom Fraucu to-ilay, including two at lioil K, Oot. 2 Tlu'TO h.ive been reported cases and deaths from cholera in Jtulydurinc the pnst twenty-fmir hours, including 82 raises and at, Nnples, and cases ami 111 deaths at fiuiioa. AiiiorlrH to Spcclin t.i TUB STAXDAUD. YOKK, Oct. William tho loiilf distance champion pedestrian of Australia, arrived in this c.ty by t.ho sieamer Ncviula to- day trom England, wheip he lias been nns.ic- ccsstully onduivorli.g to arrange a match be- tween himself and some of thn Ennlish proIVs- htOIKlls. 11 the TJie rcport of KlX has i pamphlet of 100 t Jlppcnrs lliat the whole number of pupils schools last year was from rbe preceding year. of 211 nainng te schools was Sltt.CS, nil Increato nf twenty-five ''uuts. _Superlntenilcnt Sniilh attributes the crcase in ref.nstr.il 1011 to the parochial nud jjrivate schools Sous SlIBOS 
                            

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