Syracuse Sunday Herald

May 29, 1881

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Pages 1 - 8 of the Syracuse Sunday Herald May 29, 1881.

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Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1881, Syracuse, New York THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT. OUT-DOOR SPORTS SYJiACirSE, X. 3IOltXING, MAY 20, 188L WILL CASE a tidtei 3AU. ZXOTZ3ECST. i CHOICE ASKSTJffiHTO? FACTS Ywuc, May sS.-Tfca laiuial away ia Uw _ Iwld jarty 5 a ti thai _rv bcarius on Ito -31 cue. A CUASUB IS COVSSEL. ias. tte lite foraserieiof and put ajais of John U. Town- iv wlUbetuisoaats.1 eMr Towosend in Uie i SAEAH AGSES UOrKISS inioiad above is that shows which way the how strongly. It is of the thorough and iu which the illto Uit) at present to declare its full It noticed, however, tot given iiaice "Sarah Agues" pre- Hofjkias is identical with that second wife of Mr. iown fa Syracuse as Sarah Sarah Agnes (in combina- a u s U S Mia...... M GmUk. S Erie..i. W> Wtstwo da Eitra. S V c Do prrtareJ Psdae... M DO Iron xoneuln... w Chat. no preierred-.iH-do'jSo centra: av.-; ar, as ISntroTannt! -r5 is TV, P? Do prelerred Gi KoittErn I'acac. Do preremxJ... M 'Adams EspKS3..133y KV Ontario United Slates at. Tl iteadtES iAmetlcanEt SOJj Kansas ATexas.. -V) -IndBtW Usvs him by a loyal of the to Mr. OoaUiag his n-A by or Ms fHeads. that they have dose all ia slreir to aid Mr. to protf of this point ifi the suw-ort of Mr. Coailiug, givtn by nil officials by Governor Coratrll tie Governor's Mr. John F. who makes no disguise his hatred Governor Cornell, it is said is northing active in ouSt lor them. Their snain ofGoveiWoonidl'streatraery. Us mates ju to an especial print of the don, for Mr.CoiUding by certain of Governor ia BejiuUii-aK .party Osinsll's ttiOst inlitiiat? 3 iti Xlf Governor. surface pleasantes1 on good autho: absurd, i toward a an.i tuat w'ilb iKsuucrats bad new Cuaiaas there tad Iwa au formal t Miller, t _ t dav asd as jlinn, of this rirr, will SrTwoSTe- nW to-mshi, j S'zw 5aul tea ?ff 1 loil-i as. ir- Sae Cl a CJ1 J- IMistn-, captain sad c.{ tie Caka.-- ts-'s ijacfensli- lor Laifi EC Western Cu' S O... S4 jca A2toa i fa liv fin v means a common name. Jnsperea that before tho lady tis citv by naaia froai that bfch she there. are a tolred tKsahle reasons such as this which ma> S the imagination ot the i radSrin tliepresant absence of poati.e SB! A. first-class sensational novelist Tvoalti not hesitate to conclude at once that .gush Agnes was married to a shadow, j ussatisfactoir Hopkins locg before evi saw 3Tate3, and that the said is still living, or, was sffll alive when Sarah leu HusJun" to the altar by the aRed but sail 5 Yates. Be this as it the safelybe drawn, in view- at least one tag TJwUalf-brwdi aJmauattaey j assy 5 aad in fact upon noteia? except j tfcey oi'DOsUioa to Coaclins a1111 au" face tbe traps ai ais that dare BOS go into caacas em hit a ball There is to U a .raspita a: M CROQUETERS ON THE CRISIS Yes, asIsa'A ttc wrestipUoa Harvey is- looking an ESl tnhjreU- sooo become a tow. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. A KuOoIo Canal In.prcloi- who Conldn-t Stand CalleU a Jlllca) Suckrr." BCFFALO, May M. Chilcott, a Canal shot at apon to- day in a closet attached to John Davws saloon on Canal street. Two shots were fired. One bullet entered his right nostril, i" out over th? rijht eye, the second passed riaht ear, grazing hii wounds are not considered ChUcct; -was once on tue It is believed that politics Ul. lit" Eua is Iwing phiccd in position for fv" work dSring tbe approaching battle. LOOKIXG FOP. EVIDENCE. Since Mr. Townsciid has taken charge ot case he has been several times to Syra- for as possible, an ex- hausted investigation as to tbe manner m which Yates obtained the divorce from IBS first wife, which now stands recorded sgainst her in the .County Clerks oSice. Cowie, ha Ewersx lawyers----- tte'case. were examined ant sfid interesting facts elicited. Y HAP ID ilr.GrevJtistified on his examination that so far as he could remember he heard tie evidence of three witnesses for the prosecution. He would not swear that he beard more than thought he had. The one he particolariy recalled was a Mrs. Mack, a woman of bad character in the town. Ha-tesaajony was to the effect tbat Mrs. Tates Uad been in the habit o bestowing favors of a particular nature on Dr. EadTgan. her brother-m-law .Mr Graves beSrdaU the testimony on one da, the case on the following ana ac the end of seveuty-iwo torn. decree of divorce was ana farther than this, is wss fDmrarison of dates, that the whole-pro- ceeding followed immediaMly of the separation. The first claims tluit her lawver aua tne Tates assured her that if she -yv-j o{ to the separation by ot winch she was to receive the incorae ot triwl to kill himself ho s xor to be called a political sucker. no further explanation. He Mr. Conkling, Mr. Plau ami President Arthur have all re-eagagel tht-ir rooms at the Uelavan Moudav night. that night the Conklmsmsn intend to hold a Sauatorial which Mr. Conkling and Mr. PLtt will be rcuomiuaieJ. The fncnds ot -entlenen deride the idea that they wffl withdraw, and express greater con- fidence ever of electins them. Mr. Dutcher. the of Public Works, said to Mr. Hepburn, the Bank Superintendent, to-day, that had not had such confidence in Mr. Coaklinss re- election since the Senatorial contest besan as he ha? to-da" THE -wnrn from York- but a fCtlca Observer.! etter withdrawins from the contesr. i Tte jjjgtt before last the Ccca Crvftst SHOWING VI- SOME FORMES SCHEMES, j entuvly of young ladus- Ihe Csht is uceorthir-s nmiy laity jrs for Uie O? WASHINGTON of Interest NOTES. t tlte Nntlounl j coiutrrrcc remans here. It. consists of Senators Kobenson. Pitts aad Sessions. Senator Kobertson' said ttwlavthat the people of native vfllase, Katonah, had inteade-i to serenade him at his home there to-night, but that he had thought it best to postpone all serenades till Mr. Coukliags defeat was sssured. He also stated that the Adminis- tration men would not hold any caucus for of two candidates lor intend, he said, to go into secrets, and many relate to Cornell's position. After GarfieWs came Yesterday, being badly die Clevelands. The only other league game played was at where tae 2. ClO o! aSSL Two new members were admit- j by ths Troys. ted a-id for membership were made. The committee on resolu- aons niade their ejected report borne ieani were a close i _ -were as foUo-n S S 0 o 1 0 io the olerof nedv.oii'erilac-i. Ma., to pat 11? ca Ba; Morton oufot the country and objected: Morton persisicd. during to stay in ttaJi- i" Tt cton. demanded thas c. something tetter, and actuarty fjei pow- ered Morton into goscs to ilrj- STnon, who tored tte society- ot in-ton, where she was tne iau.. Ver this, and asked Morton, dl tber drag voa around any more. Are Sere any further depths into which they ___ bnsines of the At ciereiantl, o.: u n o o o o 0 i i 0 v- Sbe voung lady sitting on the ottoman "o o n n i o o j' o 0 0 0 0 0 1 I row __ _____ who, with i SsTwiH put up cjai _ total of SV-MJ f-jr wamar. I "We informed by 1 1 Clncaso Driving _.-, a-gram! on the settee inose Twliak. Has daa- leadwita and Sorrel Dan, jfcfi .o is a the Owrier TVASBTSBTOS. may Ckwper of the Alltoce, entered to.seaix-ii firnm for the Jeannette, bos instructions J the Secretary of the Savy to remain ia the rcrionsno longer than September ,tb He is directed to prosecute the Greenlai-.d, Ireland and the orders have been thev includmsagrand parade decoration of soldiers graves, pubUc decora NEWS BY CABLE. Irelnnil- EXCITEMENT PBEVAIIJSC. I osuc-s, May advies show that'there never was such excitement m Ireland as at present over the enforcement of tho coercion act and the evictions. In- are numerous. destruction of individually prefer. The rumor an aUionce of Mr. Conklins or of dEiiaistratioa men with the Demo- is absurdly untrue. There isn't the foundation for the story, but sudi canards must be expected from till the end of the Senatorial AI.BAXV KCJJOB-S. Tarlon. Storie. Account Tor ConU- llnB's to XeiT'lora. rev Telegraph to theScsoATHESALa.] ALB O.T. May are important ramors current regarding the object oE Senator Conkling in enforcing a 01 Fridayunta Monday. for the senate, ConHmg preferred Crow- lev, Cornell preierred Platt. Tne agree- ment had been made CornsH, for the control of die throw ia the _ to throw in wuatever he to use to s hii infiuew.-e a: TTashi-Jston whatever Sev Yorkappoint- Before had" "Sopped." _ did not talk with lir. Bang; -was u battle and is that wl' life it has been usual for the Leg- ever had m tee State for all time i CorneU religiously kept his part o. 1-0 jSibertson -n-as sure to keap his n hisinTVashitigton, that Platt was in- jcss which he knew nothing went for him, sat down on lueezed all the indepecaence Then Platt became coasciaEce- not being able to keep his Eoberteoa was rjomin- tel-'raphed Conklins that and party interest m the ided hfa confirmation and urged it Conkling sent cnnie EUUK rtamecL IloL _ Eobenson. saz.L They say whole conntry fa in a "I read all about that, said the prea- t 0 S; G. as a clever wrestii j friccia sey tbsreis aor VINT'S GBSAT SCORE. i OBK. 3Ia yS.--4-5 was preoisted him and tind they were trying a iSSmt. Come to think, Mr. Conklaig wanted to rive him some iostractions, aad Robertson wouldn't have it. Then tae Prudent appointed Robertam to coIiecB money in some ward in wasn't interrupted the first The president tola Mr. Kooert- at some dead-lock, see that the itsd States who can throw- wresiled ia Pcitedelpma S lfonr days thereafter the It is claimed that the practice of a referee e bott g evidence in a and deciding thereon himself instead of facte in is a practice whichhas been d' in toe county aimbst timeout of mind. The anomalous and dubions position of Mr m matter is explained by ths fact that it was intimated toliim that the divoreeproceed- ings were asreeablsto both con- cerned; The: appearance the legal cerned; NEW YORK, May 2S.-Safled, steamships City of Burlin and England for Liverpool, Fumessia for Glasgow, Oder and Habs- burg for Bremen, Eiysia for and VaderUind for Antwerp. the Hav the -ionto- far members to re not SSSr-n UPPorterfty of cobsultation ALstrtk adjutants. Th.ese men, ;th their district adjutants. VASHISGWW, May IA. M.-For the Sew England and Mddle States and lower lakes partly cloudy weather and licht rains, east to south winds, no change fa? temperature, and stationary or slowTj fa temperature, meter. its A FCEIOtTS KEPi-T, abusing Cornell Cornell psisfeied, and fearin-tbat Platt was so far under Conk- lin-s influence that Conkling even con- troSed his corrcsFondsnce, sent a letwr urging Eobert5onTs confirmation by a sneciai messenger, who was ordered to the letter to Platt m person, and rec-ive from him lu? answer. Plate told GmkliU and then Conkling sent Cornell -ivheu Conklms tad maoe him if he (Con'tlms) wa.-. in aJSng that .the whole of betas returned, was Jl oandeSS it more San probable that ________ ijt. Clow, after o- himself to take second place in the contest, j Tee men are to -B commenced to lag. and t'ais momias ar j and the aiatch thV situation used "to go to scti how could the_ President .order j tnm to the trac: retired the track, ami said he j Interuaricnal Pool Koc-a, would not again return. Daggan, his j phia, on v-2s funots. After some words Before tea-mis Clowof out, and on Clod's remsng to j said his people i? Aaaralm the track. Duggsn struck Clow a singing were3iuci disappointed ap ha Bern-da- blow ia the lace. He did not resenj, fcv Eaniac. >erera but quietl-s" hi3 Quarters, S E sh-esed to his quarters, i vUj. fce adrnE ne a and went out. He returned short- alid he hoped to.bpjahla to his friends tried to. get him to re- raIB! .j.e He tnat he j rnjiTn TIP t :_ -Ka, His object in doing this. its interest of in Seeping gave of course color and liuitj- to the intimation. -TE31T PEETTT STOBtES. There are two otber statements made in connection with the case, -which are given for what they are worth. TVhile the r somstfeiug that Ciar-aan llarisi started the. story or else tiiss'J-------------- P.clice OTTiTnyoner wphr has catching -what might be teraai fa valgsr pirase, TTsil ufe His on the charges Earrsy win foUow him to his grave if dies ra Syracnsei is heard on all sides, and sait js so. i: w really a pity. How easOy it. Jfexsv could hare made himself popular hii off the yoke aiid voted as Ms con- science dictated. Suppose he bad j js a rare SOTS asa com- i are of the most Sniscrf. paneraKaoait; ice of wcaid. indeed, eSlSobjectionable future, in ders, barrel, coopEsse, Joms CombiniDC a remarkaolr immesre speed, he is ca? ot estrsordinarv green ones countrv has ever produced, ana JJgnfees as -well as anv five-year-oil ever vgsitti; 3 brought against the Chief ami soon after he isd basl ittfc canvass oJ tte Senate an BirdsalL Dav- ,_' enport, Wagner, The couple .walked slowly, d to admire thescenerj, bat it ascertained that they ever looked wo, and a cheer firm a pasang make no on tbTmTVomen cross the foot bridge quite frequently- the object of ConkUng's with TiWen. aad fanous spec- to the result of acom- These romors aro bursteopen its contend operation fa the :raflroad ticket ageat plan for i tor two i three Says, and a spring to iece ol It is expected that when tne oog the1 ineattt.e spring wHl close tmon and be will ba drawn up in tlw lag to the bankabove. down. hedriftof Sent among those who have been and are taking part in this Senatorial tight. HOW THK ASSJMBLY STASD. The dead lock is at its worst to-night. A list is TOiblishedof tte standing of every member of the Assembly. Rfberteon sap it is correct, but that Of tbcfowmenon the_fence. The list gives the stalwarts forty, the halt breedSthirty-eignt, on tbe fence eight If K correct then he can depend to-night o Woodin. Anti-Admimstration-- Baker, Braman, Ejdnwa, Williams, Holmes, Carlevv CiUliium, iSC toper; Derrick, Wckeyr lett Howiand, Morgra, Eobertson does not believe ttas nrmors Russell, Scott, Ttre in Yorfe CUy. SEW YORK, May ffi--The gems for- nfehing csiablistanent of L. H. Rice -Walker, street, was ire this afternoon to tie extent of The services Of the3EsaonatSt- Merys church win conclude this evening with by one of lie Passiomst faSand TOW evenicg at S oclocfc Pvev- tatter Cbaxlss, Suoerior of the_ Exist in the 19th Those who have attended the Mission and heard Use Ker. fathers eJoqueEtsermorB on tbevari- cas subjects win toWEStoiearhim for the last ics b interesting to estants ante. The lecturer will the arguments of ora-modern infidel piuKs- ophers andioSdels. that they wul be" entered in the Henley __ THE-WO5ffiS -WAWCEHS IS THE VTIJM.. SAX FKASCISCO, May follow. ing is the closing score of tie women's six- davs' walking match: Howard n Lachappelie 353, oung Sit, Sherman Knacdally the affair ieems to have been a fizzle. TSE COCBT OF APPEALS OS HORSE BACISC. The eighty-first volume of Sew Tork Reports, fresh from the press, contains an elaborate opinion, in wbicn Chief Jottgs Folger erpounds tbe law of that State concerning horse racing, a subject of-wide practical interest now that the turf season is about to open. Ths action, Harris vs. White, was brought by a jockey against his employer for wages. The defense was thai lie contract of violation of the statute, w; tbat an-wagers, bets or states oastu shall be tmlawfnL Tbe testimony si that the agreeaient was to dnve ia for parses, prires or premixrms, is notabe. or stake witlan thestatntory proaibifaon. In tiw case of a bet, as defined by Judge Foleer. "each party gets a caance .ot rain from others and takes a rak of loss of his own to Bat "a prize or premium is ordi- some valuable thing oStered, a "-'--of somethiES by.oth- for which he does not SJething offered, but must certainly lose it." It-was argued tbat the of entrance fees Tsy the owner of a horse was a staking of his nwnev on the resolt. it might oave says tie opinion, the entrance fees went immediately to make up the purse trotted for. but they d not, certainly not specifically, make np ft ter nor realized what a nure is. He has entered tmsfia 2-40 class, at Chicago, tinder toe i Marvel, which of itself. mate he entertains of i ington tbe owner's opinion eu tee concurred in. by and his uame ate. As there are torty-tlirees class at Ctccago. ne will seagi marvel if he gets to tee fron.jn The CX. T. GrapSlc-1 O yes! O yes: O yes'.: Come repast Ctene and hear the "bany. Eeports, ratnors. u- and hear political jujagnsfltiocs. Come and tie man in AJbany, woo time is cocked and printed with or indifferent whisky; who about the who and amnsiDS-Se: who deemst- lost Ms poation at JlcCarth y E "Gilder those arcumstances Isa woall hsva been- able to iiavs gotten s Doaaoo aav- and people would have Esfen fcfia .by the band for his sake. Ens no, he conld not see far enough for thai; aart iis vote goes to show tae tiTect of tbe interviews with Chief Harvev szd McCarthy.- I wonder how ttefflasaoner "Wright feels now about the man he belted te.etecfe... and espoused the canse of Jlzrwjv, bas Jttnrphy Treat back on him. the Aldermen tiers is not nraci B new; The Council nseetkg iist caBed to look after Martin Bsrry, was the ..cause of moch eicitemsat. Ihs session described 33 a very iivdrcos. There; is no use of talking, ths Board Aldermen so far this vejr have actsd Sa lot of boys. 'Ahnost every seetn; Say seat; themselves around the tabls ia cSce and waich tie cirrcferk CfGO taSs and afterward tbevpaSiRS- a-zi7iiig- the contract to SaiSa 7-raogoes totbe Council witfcfnsifeis s signal by James Jloore, aa of warm frfasisu wa3 a friend of Alderman Wetfc. Mr. .Berry .getsp. the contract andaaafailst? go to wort at it. SJnce the Coaa- cu took their sixteen ctcttacSslaTS wen let and an fert fonrof thesa gone to Martin Eerrr, to ttian half tte "He ncrw has contraeW Xoore the lariat men as crazy as lews ironi IGS end hear BOW ihe >5e and paid by the jecessary -work sta nie to Albaoy oo a come and see how great rep-ablic is tie stories bred of night four deep at tie ter: bowAunanias ana ed. Come, ye bard am and judge ye ot of-., the men m and recolkct as j------- recfly pay an these these late sur-pers "talk over the tw W, 'A' no; t-LtCT to do with In fact, they deny any emphaucsHy, btLt interested in a mefaogh to see wiat of vour CMAiaon and 1 sfaonida't sar- tad siren Mr. ir Mr. V. that Berry JJbe ostt-. BO atajctoa ;