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   Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1885, Syracuse, New York                               THE SUNDAY HERALD. PBICE FIVE CESTS DECE31BER 20. 1885 SCKDA-rMORXIXG, If Ess Exs AsjeHsg to Eaj Wil Bo Ptsblidj. UI3 HLEEE3 ISM HUSK of tbe TU.MIJt i ITTiJUC UlAllfilio taw a rssSirr 5 anaal niarfisaJd Slwsfeea tod Tto to lias tauvlul Urtt a Uisbt eiinuwa ia ia raw Gosap AT- Ms ae3 Ciuk SOSE 4X8 SITESTaffS t.juU ul Crssda fa ilenhaol iroa CMUjsiXi-siwa irou ars ia briSM- 1 rail mills arc xJJ fw ai uooih j by Iw Mr. s to UJ iret only lu iron ana but ia dirwtiwus, wtiaz. boirrr iitoua-r-n itl at tiuiv tttiy or iuteutiou lu aniiuiuicw tm ijuusimn o? Irwi It irlll tiuurf (juul.dr >m mv own nii-uiibl'lti-. wit br uuy lituinvuiuui. (k-UafiiUUIv. uoliticarrfcaidsansaa-uivai 1 riiaem- bsr tuv ttuuiv to ibrtu. uuy safciv uiuk-naituu that 1 ata IK-UII J !o mnmai IV- auiuiuatrJ m uiynauir. I uoW Iroai V any fiirlh-.-r txtu- UU- The opinions of varicui states- man aod others ou alifjjtd si-Jusne of Mr. Gladstone for giving tbe Irish isoitle rule cvuuuue to ooiue in. In acr.ver to ul- vgrauwmju-fceiag views tail tun by the Central Xewx. liord writes: The plan as It was orisinallv has mtiu-riallv uioliawl by s'.tm-iu nils aud 1 Baa Mr. E. rXiria-r, for Ire- land, uTitoi: 1 caimr.l elre an opinion on a statrm.-n! bv Sir. Chut-tono to ifiw uis vii-wi uiiJ whlcli Mr. has'-ioix-n'-tiiea. J nm inn ill to jrivi; miv views oa Uiu iiutsnoa. The Hoa. Lawther, ot oao time for In-land und-T tto Lord i .l-'ter ou iueii atoundmc ai tuatat- iribufd to Mr. UiaJitimit until deiinlteaud authentic evidence IS Krodticed relative n ltd itisnowassertcl in some quarters that the rarioas publications parnortiic: to giri Mr. Gladstone's pitta for esteiiiliiig hom< 'rule to Ireland were furnithed by allv veil-informed usrsuus wboarekuomx loeajoy Mr. Gladstone's eonfideECJ.atleas' lu a limits erteat, and it is that tb publications were -inspired by them at th instances of Mr. Gkwtstoae 'hucsslf for th purpose of s'.'unuinjt the- nanoa with view to how much iceiin; i-uca ascbeine would Tuat Mr. Glacistooo intends oa certain conditious to introancia bill in the nes Pariiamc-tit giving Ireland lorta o is tbe, oainioa of a political leaders. But how cold a step h n ill take will depend' greatly on how th agitation of such a schem Tailor of the cJtaa New JU 1 Tbe linls doubt list exbwJ Oiwtffo's jwritioa ia Use has U vamvii wiiiiiu two an3 osaaa- acturiug m PcjladrfpUia aad Sf w EacUn-l anprrhcaa I ut ia oWaiuiug bsr lu ton p-r wut. wore tbesowlbi titay will turn cut ais i'lvjurstious are made o emotoy a full fcroa atwr tbe buli'lays. io wort Jull luatSnR sto-ks in ad vase on sUt-BIth of aad travrllios Aiuvra xiikfectory ilistnb-jtioa of stocks or all kiodi his durins tau fall, aad rnyers swserjflly are nreiarins to ttoci ulL have lra.-a Tta ot loss hae been Iws thaa fcr Tbc maonfafturt'is of machmery nave rwviTnl for heavy a inachiufrv, forrnilrwd an'l Tlio odvancs in that will be durinir the winter in wholesale wjl be in hish- -r prcts amoes rttailers. The imp ment wfll   iSie attraa- wuuii auaetlaisg ia KUomMiiva Uat all what to club next teaaoa. Kotos iJU so much to entourage slie riiussa to gapixtrt ft dub, another Tear as tho irwln in (be HERALD last Suadsy rfjpuriioK clubof 16S5. its luaiaseaieat It has be-eti oae of Uio BmJe and investment plainly shown that best in the a good pioyment, tiulm-si of of coafidenoe, and all tha commercial ball towns that a cJui> is if asasi.. who eosapufed the ci.iz.-ni' commiuaj last fall are to take the initiative ia organizing the new club. It is already known that Mr. Richanison will improve the grounds aod grand staad, and it is altogether prob- able that street railway will be ex- tended to the gronais. There will bj no difficulty In raisin; mooey when it is kucnra thai such as Messrs." Frost, Fairchiid aad Oitcrhout are iatensted. The jJan is to liave an incorporated com- pany. and Sboape ol last years crab will bo aimed aod is is alto- gether likely ttot Olin will ba signed as manager and capiaia. Wsishe, who made such a record in tha Albanvs, wfll no dcabt be eaaajcsd. Parsoii-. IBS pitcher who jumped h; that tare become _ piiirs HiUxxit merit in Ux tioi taxi willi ao tiwv of latest. The vntat hsv  live, wife GM1BLJM IN AUBN by tsai I1IET P3SSS CHIPS JUisJ OtJu-r Two firmd Cuilty. ti. lorcsiiT must be dtsooMd oL ft nga is wdJ. aod improved in Mitraacd since he coon. Tae undent eoarthss deciisd a cav? for darn- aitea, 43.13 to damasw br a cow tataiiiiis i01" a gardrti nad t-at- 'lb.3 curt to tlia ccuaty is Oa TuesdiT tba entire slock contained to taaaimiih Etorra. iateiy by Jaiats McCarthr, will be thrown npoa market to sinblsc as a taatruyt stock, at prices, no doubt, far below e-Kt, Tua of this cahuaUy is said tobeiaa jrreat loeasure to the fict that an nvalry has existed Mr. McCanhv and the oiiser -iry ia-.'n. Oniy those oa thft "ioside" were that a ntuaber of these sreutlemen tad sent coiamuaicatioas to Nfitr York and oshtr creditors wbo were Eeilmg ilr. McCarthy goods. It is Bud tbat Mr. McCarthy never was awarded the time given several liouses here oa goods, It is asserted that Mr. Gladstone ha_ been f orcsi '.o resort to this piece of strat- agem bc-ciiuse of his inability to bring about a coaf ireueo with the party icadci-s to discus? an Irish, hooie plan, and to a little agitation of the matter in the public prtiss was the only menus available by which- ha could obtain tho views of tbose he wisaed to discus? matter with. Mr. Gladstone Is said to be much emlxild- enel by tbe manner in which tho altered scheme has been received, and declared to of bis immediate advisers that the jnficaticn that such a scheme production capacit ment which is felt ia llifif, broach is fcs- tcffliaa ta several others. Wool buvars are rather backward yet on accouut of the outsids prices in- sisted upon. But the orders comiaj: in in- dicate that no other resource is at hand but to pay tho liolaers their prices. Tte details nf the new coal combination will be settled in a few days, rrodnctioa will be increased frotatbrejto Eye million tous iii the anthracite region. The biw- minons pool will also be removed on about the same conditioas of tlratof last iebru- arv. It is understood that there will be an increased production of coa! dnriir? the comiag year over that of 1SS5. Prices will be a little la anthracite oil ac- coorit of tho gnaxter demand, although just at cresent Sovamber quotations are oeing shaded. The receipts" of yellow pine at this and other Sorthtrn ports have .been exception- ally larot for tbe last weet, and pnc? s ara firmer for both pine and hemlock. But for white piue the lowest prices still prevail. has a Urge number of letters from- players who ore known to be sood men. He is endeavoring to se- cure two good catchers and will no doubt be successful. Sonic ambitious Bennbbcans see in ins discussion of tne Roms, WaJsrtown Oidensbnrsb railroad assessment acbince to lay founaatioas for Mayoralty booms. Osucnsbnrsh railroad is a great lies? to Oswego and has become a valuable property. and that he was obliged to turn his goods into moner in a shorwr time than some compeatore, but hs managed to meet all oblations until quite recently, when be Arzess, D SUSDAT HiatAto of iha in tisii city, tfcaE carried on to aa niannim; was cramped for funds, owiac m sales oa recount of the bad weather. U heu the creditors were approached on an ex- tension. letters of warninK uatarally them and the aetioa of a few Mr. McCarthy to stop. Tbe pubh'e Jhisiktifflt.it is hardly feir to consniie to ruin aman, and Mr. ilcCartuy is reccrriag considerable sympathy. It is ceuerallv believed that BraJsireefs ageno berc wss too aarions to please certain Its bonds have market and its gone up m stock is desirable. coatemnlaripti has been received with Isffi than he expected, andihat he is creatly elated at the pros- pects of the opposition .that his pit Scheme will in all probability meet with. ,tnas now been from -namistckable that as soon as tha Marqnisof Salisburv that be had been defeated at the polls ho went to th Qaeea aad nrced her to dissolve the new and another appeal to tbe conntrv. His Lordship pressed this coarse upon her Majesty in the relief that in no othsr way conid the integrity the .Empire be preserved. Uic cry from .Ireland for separation increases m intensity, this advice of the Prime Minister may still prevail, and the new Parliament mavba, seat about its business in the very first hours of its or- "aniiation. 'ihe laud reform (ever has now reached South Wales and the fanners there have -maUEtjrntcJl an anti-rent acitntioa- At Hollvwell last night an snthnsiastlc and cratvucd mtorirar listened to speeches against landlordism and exorbitant rents and taxation resolubons de- manainc reforms .amflnr to those which had been gracied to Ireland. H was a'so agreed not to accept leases of farms brinpinp hiah rents waich were now offered bv the landlords at certain oeroeat- aps Of redactioi. as long as the tithes and rates which Ihe tenants had to pay remain unchanged, Prominent; among those at the meeting were many tenants of tne Ihifce of Wcsaainsier. Mr. Sicpbca Barker Gnion, whose death Tva3 anDOtmced stricken Tvith. apoplezy at7 o'clock on Thursday evcn- ine He was at once carried to his DM up nis attendants and from that lime until the moment oL his death, which occarred at 10 o'clock this morning-, he remained unconscious, never opening Bis eyes. At tbe liverpool exchange to-day Mr. Gmoa-s 5ndden dcaUi ivas almoffi the sole tome ot coavcrearion and the regret cspressad at his demise "was uaiversaL Catholic papers throuskcnt are jubilant over ths return of eighty-two Catholic members to ihe House of Com- mons. The WeeJdii Register, a leading Catholic journal, protests in regard to the assertion which basbsen current recently, that borne rale was intended eddy for Catholics, and that: it wotiid result in the persecution of the Protestants in Ireland. i" The Rfgiittr trusts that Mr. Gladstone will rrcopnszs tte toleration which exists in Ireland, A new magezmo is about to be started nv ioflccntial Catholics, for tho purpose of dissemmatins pious reading for young peopfa. OF MPBOEBS. Trial of 'WiUiatn for Crime of -Blunt Aco- CORK, Dec, trial ot WSliam gheehan, who, with Ms brother-in-law, David BrowiKj "was indicted for mur- der of his mother, Catoarioe; bis sister Hannah, and his brother whom he murdered sotuo eiebt years ago ot Castie- town, Rocbe. "Bas conelnded ai !he Assaes oonrt to-day- Tlw jury promptly brought AVhen Manager Britton came to Osweco he found quite naturally a large preju- diced' comuioaitv him, from lae fact that ''Ed" Tan Home, former Miper- iatendeat, was very iwpolar, hot he has carrmiim. woa a in ihe ea.miuoa of the peo- to .walk on acconni hnn mUCa m tWO rivalsof Mr. McCar.hy aad in his report repirdins McCarthy's uaaa- c-al by these men. Ihe fif tv-toar wulk at taa as far wassoneerawi. iras a success; ia fact, the pubUc did better than was ex- pected under tbe circumstances. Tbe time made bv the walkers demoastrated the face that thay dmplv gave us a little practice eshibitioa and "not a real first-rate contest Mr. Gannon, the njanaeer, has had an unusual amoont oz hard luci in this walk. Men ivhom he depsaaed upoaopto the last monieat failed to ar- rive and Earriman. who was to prove the day. As thk train wi and while rrwsing HaHaa street jolting ot ito tsyoif- and carl warte'-J tte trainiuea that there was soaietbing aailer the wheila. Thi- train was eaJ of a MMS was lyins acroa tha rails elxiut thirty east of SaUan nav. jag appareatly several fert. itcCartiiy's aiaciitaacd vbs called, Lu; ttlore it arrived the icaa was dead. Tae body was removed to the morgue. It wrs viewed by a scmber o! people, bnt tris not reeognirrf as that of a Svracusan. Ao examination of the body Ebowed that it was nearly cat in two at tha abdomen. The leg was badly croshed and tha right baud was a mas ot fteb, blood acd bones. In tbe pockets two Is.tiw were fonad addressed Thomas. Clevelaail, Ohio. From theso letters it was learned tia: tta had lived to Kew York, bnt more recently had teen in Cleveland, O. One ktKr was '-Tour Affectionate Sister, Aatiie tririch, 4i7 Forty-foarth street, New York." A bank book of tha Bowery Ssvmzs bank, with a Email amount of to tix; credit, of Thomas, was found on his person, together with a ticket good for a on XewY'-'kCeBtral road from BafEalo to Xetv York. There was" no dfeteraib'.e date oa the ncker. A second letter, dated at York and ca the letKr head of Becksteia Company, 1OO Hudson was sisued "Charh'e.' la this mention was made of Tbonas en- terioe a hosoitsl in Clevelocd. On the body was atoo found a permit from a Clevslaud physician adsittine him to a nwpital ra a brivate ward on October 10th, ISSo. Dolv a small amount of money was foaarl. The book bears the aamber olO.OSS. to know how tbe buay came under the wheels. By some it is thought that he was struck bj- a child ma troa Oa tSjoiushsoI LibHs caHrtl ay tint tfce child Ut cold. JttC prerjoosiy to na mother that ha did cos know about -Jw Obcia wasiannai ca to ba- a-. Lyoai at ijer When toM te ssi-i to ber thai if it was oatru-, and it proved only a sears. he wonld si'dt by bat that shecoald not bhuae hiia it sbe saw him Eibetoan. roothar of tha iafan' tesriSrd that since the laner part of ywias Poy'e's vftia to her at tiws discovered that I was in a delicate condi- tion. I did net mtatioa the tor on In atrwu led to a -smUiag ball. toys and nseo robted ot nxntrr and drtasoeheo. Tha a. tuiore. dying oat when taa HiBiiO returnoa to opva the Bosnl ol Police to abate eviL Tfa-> Beard a a-, waich tise HzaiiO refiner skl to tato tea of v. tat no acdoo taien nanl tha the HEEJiO lor its siricnms cooa the Board. The Hra- AlB ia so terms, and last Satardsr tbe Board anetoer nsffiOas. tha proceeJioSJ Of wbu-a were teps a profound secret. To-nigfc: Chfef CroAie sod Offers ils- looe, Cfillsnan, Taylor, Whits, Webber and Shaw thenutlvw and raided all the rooms in tha city, ba: i o. for him. Ste told hid of my trouble acil said that he was the caase of it. adding that the oaly-way to set oat it was by mamase, and he made me his wife. Oa the day before th% death of my. child it had a cold and a K. Kinner testified that hs to otteB-1 Pay icon 5o- wa vember 231, aad delivered s fnll- at the father He said of "the chad coold that the father not tare been as he had only been homa seven ___three of tbesj was anytai! gamtlcTS evideatlr jx bTMioeoae. Ther have the look- out for a whole week, aod plsyios s said u> havs been very To-nisut as the pease found at room, over So. 135 r, street, several pereoas Plarjra Morse was arrested st io. Ib biato arrestsd. Oaly two other men were resent, aad there was ao nlaviaf. Geaesee ionaan, who saloon oa ground Soor, was ar-- mooths, he havic? prev-iously ia California about teen months. Doctor SJrtsey been thir- could CHANGES AT Xew Tzotefnors Ejected anil a General Increase lu salaries. ITHACA, Dec. The executive com- mittee or the board of tmstecsof Cornell nniversity held a very iinportaat jaseting here last night. A number of important changes were made in dvS Xaculty, and in not a instances the salaries of profes- sors were mcrcasid. Th? trustees voted to discontinue tie chair of SansSrric and modern oriental langoagcs after the ctoss of the present collegiate TnL5 fc cupiei "at present by Professor Rodirig. Tne chair ot rhetoric and general litera- ture -was united with tbcscof Aselo-Sason and English literature; Prof fsor Shack- ford tein" elected emeriros of rhetoric and general literature, with, a full salary for. one year afcsr the close of his term ot active sarviee. Professor Wd- iris elected emeritus professor of moral and incdlfiCtual philosophy at a sal- ary of a; .year, the same to take effect when of tha bage professorship of pbilosopny and sthits ihall enter upon hss duties. It is expected elected to the at a new chair fn time to eater upon his at the tKcinnms oE ;tno nest callejiaxe rear. Tha committee also establisaed _a 0 uret professor of ceoloRj- andseeretarv ofthe American Assoaauon rortheAd- tancement Sdencc. 'Professor Williams has had very large -esperieacs in the and manaecmen: of Dnma.y schools, and was most earnestly recommended for the placabv Sesecrctary of tbe Board of Ksgsnbof the State of Sew York. Tne chair leit vacant by transfer ol Prof. G. Williams is" imited wilh -paleontology "end the new professorship o.. ecology .-and paleontology jsp'ran to Prof. H-.S. Wiffiams. wbcsa -salary is cor- ple aad has accoaipHshei much in two years. He has pat rtown toas Etvel rail, or nbouc 200 miles ia measure- ment, and nader them has placed almost 200 000 ties of Xorwav the best tie aseo. Kew steel rails are bshig laid from Watertown to Cape Vineect. Tha rails extend west to and it is ths intcatioa of Britton to Smsh ths road to Siacara with steeL Wire fences seventv-nve miles ia lengib on each si.-ieof the track have at prtstnl the company is coastructias a tel- ecraph line from Charlotte to Watertown. a5distance of 130 miles. Thesidmcs at stations have been extended and iinproveq. Th" rolling stock has been improved and aa enormous freight conducted during the entire period. The compeay pavs about a dov to wage workers here- ThaMayorwillmeetthecommiKee who are lobkias into the assessment when they arrive, and. no doubt opinion will ba aaiica'olr arranged. The people are etoSous to hear the suit of the O'Connell case: O n Thursdav eveniac it is said tbat father Mary Crawford at tba. Delaware, Lackawaaaa Western station at Syra- aod thev a seat m a draw- inj-room car as far as Fultoo, where Miss Crawford got ana r-tnraed to Syra- cnse oa tbe train bound south. Ihe girl insisra somebody is iaterested in ab- ductiag her child and is on constant guard Navigation practically closed with the departure of the schooner Herbert for Kingstoa on Wednesday, season has been a poor one for vessel-own- ers. The balance is on the wroag side of the ledger. Two Osnrcso vessels were this Jamaica at Giencoe, near Chicago, the George B. Sloan at Oawego. There is beins agitated at present the oft discussed projsct of a third papsr ia Os- The pro and con oa the subject have been sonnmerons that farther discussion is not necessary, Tlra mea, bow- ever, are can zffford to run a for amusement if they choose, as far as financial abiUty is concerned.' The new itsaould make is appearance. of a lame foot. The attendance this even- ing was 1.500. Tha aadieaea manifested trreofc svmpathy lor. aad raised bun fif tv dollars. Whea Bams was 162 mUes aod Cole 159 lie audience, who tiere indignant at the miserably low rec- ords; hissed BdriSj who had used intuiting and onscene m the Ia-ii53. Buras slnope.1 a boy for hissing, was at oace aicacfed and pandemonium reigned.. Bams was taten off tha tract in charge of; the police, aiier a livelv handluie, and thsa he ana Jlari, onder'police proxecdoa. wera escorted to their hotel. The crowd was with the inhibition and SiffhtJy so, as the record will show. Cola.Kad no care or tention aod oo covaea low miles. Cole 163 and BirrasJ62.. F Burns beat a ioresrmile race five iaps. No -prizs were eivea, no ooecoveriairthe stipulated. The East iiecond street gaming estabustt-. nient is again in eood rnmang order. Kro has been iuCraiuced aaa the boys doubt "walk into thepanor." Smith XVorts Company started their engine for the first time yesterdsy. They tobesin operation in a short time. JamesBurke, tas builder of theyacnts Phantom, Idler and Fanoj ill bnfld a yacht this winter- Cape. John Parsons of Buffalo is home for the holidays. seaeer train from ths south, reaches here about 8 oclocE and that the coal train raa over him. Others are of ihe opiaioa that he tried to jump onto the passenaer tram. missed his footing aad was run over. Cor- oner Kaaop was notified and will bora aa inonest on Mondav nignt Telegrams were sent to Ken-York lor mior- matiaa coacercmfr the dead maa. Hs was aboot twesry-five years old and wtll A. maa aaswericjr his description tried to'commtt suicidfs soon after dark yester- day at the West Fayetie street croptos of the Delaware, Lackawanaa Western road by lying down oa the tracts in frou; not fii-i anv marks of violenca on the child and terified that in opinion toe child had been smothered. The jirr ra- tnrned a verdict that the caiid a asphyxiated by accident. THE BASE-BALI. CONTROVEKST. Decision of Jndse Tiayer in ilie Metro- an Awociatlon Case. Dsc. Tas hsarin; ia the of Erastus Wiiaaa ot tie Hetro- politsa Bass-ball club of Sew York against the American association toot place in Common Reas io-dar. Both sides presented aSdavus. The complaints irere maaeby 3Ir. Wiman, George Williams, MEuaser Gifford and a number of oas3- ball experts aad piayers. and recited the damage that would result to tha cinb if is esiralaoa the asociatioa was allowed to stand. 'The defeadeais, an affidavit bv Ton dex Ahe, a Tter- of an" approaching train. He was 'attav by. Hacssaa Tobin. It is thougnthy iriabV that Ihomas is the man who made the and jrplj- J? IjrifMAiO'V rwtiondinely odvaacbd.- Proifssor bary ia Uw department of cpemistryTS advanced from tbe grade of assistant pro- fessor to that of professor of or- raaie and applied chemistry. The salaries of all the full professors were raised from to andf-UJe eateries rf the nsistant professors from to ba lie announcement of the verdict cwwd outburst of applause by the andrtccc. Sboebsn, when ssked him, vehemeatJy protested -iiat lie was umocent. The crime wcs one of tte most brutal committed, and greed to obtain sole possessioaof thelaria -was the SToSman named Doaite. enroloyBd asa servant on tbe farm tbe time ot the Biardere, ank woo ai! along tdce of the crime, made a clean breast of IBasflairaTeralinonHB 'fociscon- frHBon Dnaos said tbatSbaeian committed tbe murders with aa iastmment called s which is used in breokins earth phmehinr and ctosdy ressmbles s On tbe evening the mnr- ders were cominiKcd the nrarflcrer icduced Uiltntker "Tom? to enter a stable, wttcn Ic street hua a terrific Motr on tbe feead, him almost inwanUr. His mother metalflre fate in UK ot tte dwelling. Sbeeban on otCTtaR On booae after killms HibfDtWrftoleqvieUr m> tohlsrooUwr BIACKMAI.MSO- Gamekecper.MolHson U round Guilty Vbra JatT- Dec. Tne Central Cran- insl conrt was crowded with an attentivo aadienco to-day cridently thither in-anbcipation of racy dcvelopmenis dur- ine the trial of Charles Mollison, uotfl re- cently a gamekeeper on ths'estates of Vis- connt Chfden, Mollfaoa, who had been dismissed from the empioy of Oio Viscount, immediately affr bis -dis- egan the the Viscount with haTme committed a number of revoltfee and threatening to expose hmuf bedidaot pav over the 
                            

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