Share Page

Atlanta Constitution: Tuesday, July 8, 1890 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., TUESDAY MOKSTIHB, JULY 8, PAGES. FIVE CENTS. 4 DAY IN THE that is before us My purpose was moroH tlie tariff bill shall oe In to that body, but is disposed to have speedy action Ho u. well pleased with IN BUINS. at will hiivfr-tti oppdrtnmty to do so Mr do not know that anj thing can be E aluad tiltiiv up the turtff tnllat32 30 and monikers THE ISEW XOJCTS CITY T1SITE BY A. THE DEMOCRATS KILLING it laid usidc with the tall of the at 2 o substitute reads as CHILDREN CRUSHED TO BEAT Order to rat Of! the lection BUI DilcnB the ReiMiMlc-ini. AMI! Do Iveed aiitl Bar tlw I ill Mr 1 I object to further debate vbte vwa taken on Mr M  he offered In eich month, at tho Houses and Depot Buildings Unroof Ona Telegraph and TelepJioino Poles Storma Elsewlrere. itori rospondtd A vote fins ipain vs UN TON July 7 [Sncrinl The demoeniu. comb ned -w itli the silver 111011 vieturv i i senate today ci.ortlv ifter thit bodr met, Senitor JFornll nU up the tinff bll llo do I Iwwtvu cbjertcil Tin v ii iv e roso v ed to ition as mueli is IK vs bio until the MiiaUrs u. u, ml deeido what it" m 'I -t  aie de-Urn HP 1 t at tlu tuifM H shnll novel piss -s the- i. 11 t t J tlmm asi U the mtionil i i im b 1 The ronubluan semitoi n UK othti h n 1 united to hold the t nT Li k is i teal to bn iwtd in the -1 r iuentlv s Ticiltni en s v ith the fi i d tl t, tintT hill wont ,cr H x lln.t am tna urrrot the I imi d M au I so re dot iudma> hi, rcisbiit-d I it n> or less amount c f f-u li notinshUl 1 1 uts indmg at nnv tinicthai ti i i t vei 1 nllioM and BtTOtLiru d il irs toniLil tin n-iTom thin held in tho ti i i i ur liastd 1 i nui. .uul Lrras m% u -lull le legvl tcudtr m piymt nt I i 1 d 1 ts pill lie and cxeej t n othi Ptn uliiti d m the ronti ie1w mil sh ill lie it-t for alliulluiiL uid when so u tutd in ht 1 ill snihnott3 h 1 1 1 any n ttu iial mini t i itiori Iw isjnnnl fhit upon ddutiul f tht h lei t im 1 tin tie notes hen in r IK secietin oi the PAUL, Mimi July 7 TVahpeton, D., correspondent of the Pioneer Pies9 te graphs that paper as follows wind from Die north-west stru Haffgo at 2 30 this morning Great ilama done tho citj Electric hglit towers "blown down, whole cks v. ere tm too fed, t McGill Co suaiohon opera house, the Pepubhcnn ofhoe, Keei "block tlie Clioyin block, Excln.nao hot CcutenniillilocK iud IManiteau freight hou Kvera unroofed and the Milwaukee rdgivn of sn ill houses end almcst erv plite glass window on Fro an 1 aj v, bioken Jaj Coo and the Ora id Pacinc at M oichc arere unropfed Ihe 101 denre of tho SIcC irthy demolibhod CIII1C11KN KILLFD childieu instaiitly killed a IitcCartln is not expected to In o T sleeping in a "box car -nc Iso 1 tiani on the Noithe croiiig west, hntl inst pullol out of t tu e (E tl i 1 e b 11 J his iviM iub il ij rr M ar ib i, tu tlie silvei in i in 1 i silvti i U 1 rtf.thevvviU t t Nil TI3S I E It DOMAIN K 3i tl-- t L-aufU In >ot sn h notes in t, ld r v i c m athis d -ci tin it thtii iMoli ffrie T intt I tes t iiiini'-amth UK t iK on Tlio train tip of three b nine coirhos ai d slceiicrs, i pirtj 1 t u tT Jin ll t1'UK i 1 op- n up i k ru nul stiihhon Ii Jit on infl 111 or i alive- oft cons rUiat un of era tl e tho f rce 1 ill H VL rut ts- PI i V h uthe.et il um tho M ie biH v ill he (lie d d in a t x leu- I rob i tall i i 1 i tin 1 it.iit can tho H tir pait now none c opinion s will de< i le L t it. vv t tno ist nlt o ClnmlUi "ill Ot Chandler o..-, it will YnionstlK sen .it rs in inj eo irtictmg cj imons nic Some sij tlie republican eaucus tlio bill and that Lho rules will le u c 1 for Uns particular me XMHC audit v 11 b i-u roided with ilm  Tl e'V mocrats of tho house ire now rotili atiug 011 for his usurpation of pow cr, and tie ii inner m which ho h iguoied them the eiitne session Indeed the deraociats aie now on. the oSonatve, an3 are determined to give Bccd some of his own medicine hy objecting to all ro foi unanimous con-.elit are ilso determined to make the republic ins stav he-e and attend to business Thoj vv 11 coiit LUG the tact es until the iepubli< ins show adisj otition to veld i tithe r tvrannical and un justihab e disrogaid of the rights of the minor itj The lei locrats btaitcd their programme this morn 114 bj a cillot the house to slow i qumira proem "When this was dor e "iiil a quorum secured they cljoete 1 to ill un iimnous c< nsents anli aeed vomed lUed   Ihcv TV ill IE un until III ed >ieh's THE UNO Trrnb'o is brew ing between the United States ind LJIJ, and ihout tho 1 V inference hetw eei the two countiies as jo whether or not tht, LmteJl States ns the Ei.hr i g se i is n >vv pending orjm other words it is btPL to hive i roiifoience It.n 1 i 4 his igreei ient i short wlule ago tho treis dep utmont ordcied tho re cm o ut er to capture and a i> ish w ilor c uijfht1 in Behruie soa Tho Hi.tish go eminent learning of these instructions h oicieicd the 1'acinc sqnalrouto witli mst actions to recaptuio an> Bi tish set er un ic.r arrest bv tho L iiitcd re% time f utei "With sueh mstructioiis it is ev idoiit, unless tho r res dent, conn- term inds pho oider to oui levenuo boats that the American. Hag will be li ed upon by the Butish that hf rjuito a sen ms matter llouev er, rt is quite pi ;bablo that the older to onr rev eituo cut o- will be Countermanded, as that i ut of tl o t n tod Mates v in the Pacific would not. up iv oil in a fight APPRISING THF It has now como out tint Reed issued his older excluding liquors, from the house icstau rai t m urdei to picifj the prohibitionists in hii> 1 strict anil them in lino when his onhrii mee s Succeeding in th s, the o has now become inoperative, aud ivine, w! s y aud beer are flotimgasfieely as ever in tl e under the house of represent itives E W B OF Out T'H oiiti ION lu'v The li iv ing  HvMsm the hands of the HH si lout, t n I 1 t >ul I ''ign it allow it to he c. i ie livv it a'' his rov il oi v eto it 1 he sj oiler h limd 1> upon tin eon stit ilion v1 [i est n kiv tli it to the In. n u bu he i v 01 rult 1 tl o i int >nh i Mr O' ute f O i dei 1111 led i seron 3 an I tl o de rioci ts n fusing to left tl e huiiie vvitl HT i qu i mil Mr thtrmt 11 vvithdieu his motion T o sj c il i subai Ltpd i do tii li t i s 1.1 al ence Ih v LIP fti m ed On m ti n i i 1 iv -.t n of 111 n is t 10 house v P it 11 to e >mmitu e of (1 o v hole fir the coiiMdi i tti 11 of 1 sti ito bill t j it eetttm lin Is lie retcft 10 fii inUod tor the piu poses of 111 ng in tho f on-ui u tiou of railioads with a subatitutj theiofoi Mi oxp'amed that the failLin-itsgen- eiii provTsions proposed to forfeit and icsooic to the mil IIP dom 1111 ill piutlir linds vvhciCACi situiteil vvh th hive be< n glinted in aid i c )iistrnf tinn imlmids liave not t implurl it this ti no Ihoichad been he sa I thirty ev on i ni r  of these bill b on f  an! the liouse adjouinod AGKCED 1 uitj vvitlinili otli i ui n tlu u. en u i iti d i i tin I1- mij It i v rlcd I v I ivv st ton Tl it tlio faeeictan   oot) cuncc-i of silver billion i urcln  t" pro v 1 ji the rLdemptti n 01 treassiuv notes herein i i led foj iml 11 f r lining fr i i s) all be accounted ior uid piid int tht in "urv tiun -t I hit ti c oj. bull un puicliasocLun- <3 r lit i i v t tli s i t '-It il b" pul ject to tli R im i t lit1- ol ex in 1 itiona OJ In n ii t vie ilij, the inotliods of lie tei n uii tl iiiuitnt f puic ut lined -i d U L in unt of or de lu t! ma if anv that should this measure be passed, all will enter upon a period of strife such as has never been seen Before in Louisiana, and should tins contemplated corporation ever Le formed, we shall enter upon an era of corruption and degradation, be- sfde wJue-fi flie era of reconstruction will appear as one of honor and happiness And let me say to jou that should this measure be adopted nnd earrif d out, in my opinion, no good wlli over come of the money winch we will receive as the price of our honor and our liberty profligacy and corruption will assuredly follow the receipt as follows rtaj I feel thoroughly satisfied that the ftct of the adoption of the measure will be that while SIT mills taxes will be kept, there will be an iinme dlate filljnp off in the leglslitive anpropna- tious lor clurltable and other purposes for which tins money will have been directed to be applied, anda wondrous corresponding increase of the ap plication of the fjoneral fund to the payment of the interest bearing debt I believe that everv possible outstanding claim against the stare v ilitl 01 invalid 11 jw rated as safe, of inyineut bj the state 01 othcrv ise will be first dv-i reeiateil and tvlulbt si tkprceuted ckill fiillj b< ugrht up lo le bj subsequent indicions legislat on ind prwidcd for either i i ntit Flnf- mmliol the ol fcl rrnry il to an tin n c- the coinage dollar and to k L U t n 1 r h 11 u U r is n qu i the h ind com f the "line uit l ti of  st li: l IK id-, ouist i titu the fun ling 1 ut I believe there mJlbo an ad ditum il iiuiitPiisc inteiest debt by tln.t time v ill i en tcknuulL.dretd Jiid pro MdLd tor is tu I ut n >t a-i to prmcii d and ill it in twentj an unts ol paid out unnecebfcaiil> fni] roper and In li 31, hands th the i o l be iouud ti liv itcrest bfTrmg Is ill dtvLlop At tho end of thLrou 11 b" rlie niio U um of ,itj Liu i mi anil tlio einim on boliiH f >r tie ct n nuod nfi of tlio Intteij fir thn cltini I the ol tlioiicocit is to le j rti'icjited up n tl L absun ed t< i n joi tie lovertj f f L inisim i I is it-, pi mount e it totallv without or vv irr int Some other 111 )tiv e for tlna measure must 1 L 1 innd thin tnat hei pen in. ui ible lioi onhlj t? cirrv ut th< tluties ui stale i i I minp th me isnrc aj I do is ono tli as it noi ,ner .0 continue to meet inj most determined it began to thundci and luhtmnir but leu anticipated a Xlio K iHrn ito !ns o i irnn IK n 11 1 nj m <.n i i t o 1 r 1 eurr i v tin ivw Ion nceivt, I 1 in LV hnv 1 in dc Li 1 u 1 ll it no in w notes ill In issntd in tlRir j u c tlu iciin! ui e in ent or cii 11 ion it MivlL be nn 1 t tin nnrtir i li i K st ns tlit, s crotnv f t ic tntt fr tu in pi i riiti n il I) ink to keep ic> the i'J the United t itos i in in 11 il to (Ivo pci ent of its circula >n t be luhland used i r tue rs.doinption of its ulitin- n anil the t a' ire remaining of covered nh ill it tlio close of eacli ..mth be rt potted on tlio monthly public debt Uebt of the United States bearing, no ii tc re at Section That act sh ill take efcct thirty tiDiu and AltCHI K CCVNI ESSS S nd is Sentenced to o cars in the BVLTIMORF Tulv 7 v State Tioasnror cinie into court to d w pl  mj native state, that I o deeply and cruelly wronged, not onlj those fuends who% because of their great and undoubted confi- dence 111 my integrity, hecame sureties on my official "bonds, but others also e suffered pecuniarily because of that same confidence The soirow and misery has been, caused hy my conduct is shared hy many, but no blame for atry part of it attaches to any one except mj self It is all mme and mine alone ISO part of the state's money or se- em ities vraj> ever by me in gambling, stock speculation or for political purposes, nor hav. e I at this time one dollar of it left T, therefore submit 1113 ielf to the good judg- ment and mercyof the couit Immediately after the sentence Archer TTOS driveu to the penitentrafy IN THF PFf Archer is now m the hospital ol tlie peni- wreck, physically and mentally. He as so weak wbon lie arrived at the -prison gate, that he had to be assisted up the steps when the warden appeared, Archer roused himself, shook him, and said "I have come overbore to obey the rules, and to do tvlaitever I am told to   This was not the only remark he made He TI as then registered in tbe penitentiary book and as cd by tbe prison barber His long "wavy, "blown hair and beard Tieie sliorne off, and be was conducted to tbe bath room A striped? suit was git en him in pi 100 of bis citiT-ens clothes, and "Wietden vv ejler read the prison rules to him Archer never said a word, but merely bowed his head in token that lie lieaid what was said to bun. bosan to blow frortl tho south, but hudumly %hilted to the 1101 th vest and in a short time was bloving a hurncanc Tlneo light towers vt re so m blovn down lea city m inky diikness that was relieved only bj vnid ltashe-> of lightning Tl e Enght eried inhabit nits w eic aroused from then sleep fcn.1 lights shining from ill er tho city but ntsido there MIS nothing but dailcn ess and tempt st nnrl notlmiaf could bo beard but tin uigij n ar ol the wind and tlie Crashing of Hying debris By 1 o clock people hurrying in overy diiection to ascertain the amount of damage done Some appalling discoveries soon made, the e appal siddest being tho death of children of the 1 tte Captun .Tamos McC irthj who died oiilj a few The children, who were at home with their mother sought safctv in the cnil bins, where they ill crushed to death The mother also serioxislj injured, but it is thought opposition At no time and under no circumstances will I pprnut oni of inj hand i to uid i" vvlut the other vv is lo-t In t j upha d the hoiun ol m> n it ve -state ere I to Jllcr inj fciff n ituro to the 1 ill 1 w tmld indeed be ashai ied to Rt inv left hand luiovv inj right hand had donr 1 plice the honor of the state al ove i-ionev tn expressing tliat I tint of thoutjandt, of bnve ami tme men of p and devout women of the stit erv respect fullj 1 KVNCIS L "Ni TI i tvernci of and THJK K.MGKTS IN A TTKCCIi. A Seiious Accident oil tlie Illinois Central Kailiaacl Cnif Afo, Jal> Journal s Knnkal ee, Ills spotial sijs The most seiious -wreck that the Illinois Centril 1ms oxpeiiencel foi sev ei al cirs occurred it 1st into'io, it b o clock this morning A. si ccinl cxcin-sion train of fouitccn ciis cinyiiiii (00 Kmghts oE Pjthiis and 1 lilies to tho bienm il buj reuie U d e, at Milwaukee, v is derailed at a s vitUi while en tdched to Bow street station, "wbo was ferred to another dinsion, attCKiptod to uiak3 a farewell address to liis cotnrades in tha station boose, but vvis ordered to bv an inspector A disorderly scene Jfollosved tha gmng of the oitler Tho assembled consta- bles elected tho inspector f i o-n tho room in vv Inch, they wore gathered Ho was then, by somo of the men and thrown er the bilustrade and narrowly escaped being killed "While Inspector Kuison was p trading a number of men in the 5 aid a heavy spittoon was thrown au him from. the window The miSble narrowly missed hitting hiiu ou tho head This afternoon, Chief of 1 olice Bradford h id i conference with the Bow str-net oftic a'b He afteiw ird summoned befoie him the men who hael refvsed to do on batui and iu- tlibiiissed eieh OL them fro n the force, rho men of Low fatioet station house were in- dignant 11 ev allowed tint onlv a portion of the number f f me i whouiuscl lo lo duty disiniisseJ all w rut to tho nnd nous of the dismiss Us spie" 1 rapidly. Fo icemen 111 uniform and eiv ih ui cloMuinjas- sembled andsiiecial eie telegr i] bed to ill otnoi polne divisions Delegates from, other di IMOIIS re it hud 15 vv si reel 1 iter 111 tho dij and it vvus ded ued h; present that! a strike of the eiitne Mettopohtan police force would occur tonight THK TLI EC.RAM TO MA.TTHFWS Tne constables telegraphed to Home Secre- tary .AS At i meeting on it w as resolved that bo K ask d to re ly to tho mudertte dem mda of our petition If this an- swer is in the ahmnitive i dii strike will be avoided All the divisions aw lit j our reply, and tr nt that ill tie men who have been bus- pcmleil will reinstiUJd JClua chspat h v n-- jigned bj delegates from tnentj ono divisions It ih stated that SLT Edward the new chief of police ha3 adopted an unusual mode cf procedure Or- dinaiily the leportb of oTenses agnnst dis- tenner tho il H at tivo "miles an hour will recover HE TTJiE BACK. NJchofis, of Louisiana, Vetoes the Lottery Bill. Bvroi. ROUGF, July 7 Nichols this afteriioc 11 returned to the 1 tho lot terybiil without his approv Subjoined is hib eto To the Honorable Speaker and Members of the House of la presentatn I have had undei consider the bill which originated in the house of represent entitled act providing for tho submission t-> the clci torb of the state for adoption or rejection an amendment to the constitution of the state by inserting therein an article on lev ees bchoolb, charities pen sions, drainage, lotteries and tho gen cral fund, which I return to jour honorable bodj without m> approval and signa- ture and with the fol owing as my objections thereto In the message w inch 1 submitted to the general assembly at the openme of the i resent session I referred at some ind 1 ai tici pation to a ineo.sui e which I telt satisfied would oe placed bef if it f >r considorat on, and an at tempt on the part oi the lotterj companj to ex tend or renew the charter 1 assigned various reasons n a proposition looking to the logaliza turn m anj siutpe ot a lottery "houkl be nibt mtly rcjet ted and why legalization at the tnre nnd m the manner andlornian which rt would uiidoubt- cdlv be sought to be brought before it would be fraught with danger aud disaster I warned the general assemblj as to what, in my opinion w ould lie the me% it ible result of stu h legislation, not onJj upon the materitl welfare and prosperity of 0111 leople but upon their social and political erudition and not only on the honor and good name, but upon tho place of the state I w is not in erior to the brii ging forward of a proposition tor lottery The bill which has been submitted to me for exec utrve apnroval, nnd which I now return evidences that fact and Che conclusion's reached upon it up to the present time by the general assembly It becomes now dut> to way of executive objection, what I have heretof oi e urged under act 71 ot the constitution by way of executive counsel The taking up of that portion of tue message alluded to, which had reference to the lottery question generally I mako a part of this, my present message and the reasons therein brought forward against the favorable consideration of any Intterj proposition are now prasented as direct objections made by me to the bill presented to me My views as heretofore ex preBbecl not re nain unchanged, hut my con viction has deepened and strengthened during the session of the general assembly If in the discus sion ot this lottery question, in mv liist message, it failed to do so in connection with financial con i spec of thirh llio accident was c i by a loose switch bolt being taken out of its pi KG bj the- of a train The four forward eai-, kept t ie n in ti ick. ami tho remain dei the trim stool a siding Minn, the Irani broke tht thurcai, occ LI icd bj the Eabt T u-, coiitiiig  are Bom Miss Millie T "VV Teague, Captain W H Sai auslcj and Charles Laiitz car except three was derailrd, several of them be- ing dragged twenty leefr awaj from tho hue. The ere transferred' to a. special atout noon and scat to their destination. THE DAUGHTER THE SHOCK rtplino aie tted to tlie Seotl md Yard authonties, and the i itn implicated appear wl 011 then But now, By TV Inch tlie Had Killed lier raj ol the opinion. state, itr point is because, of fact, there was occasion for so doing The persistent efforts -wlneh been made to represent Louisiana as a pauper unable and through her own legitimate resources to sustain and carrj out the duties of her statehood, are utterly w ithont foundation The reports of the treasurer and auditor ot the srate thia The reports of the board of state engineers show this The reports of the board of administration of the various charitable and educational and other public institutions, and of the various committees of this very general assembly sent to examine nnto the situation and condition of these institutions, all show it The state and different parishes of tins state were never since the late war in better condition than they are moving lorward to an era of assured prosperity A darfc shadow of deep disgrace is thrown across their path and the honor of as maintained in the m the field and in council by patriotism and valor, and the sacrifices of her sons, living and dead, is to be tarnished forever her position among her sister states to be rested, not by what hehas exalted and justly but in _ CAPTURED. Florida Officers They Have the Jestip Mnrderet. ria, July A Lave Oak special to the Times-Union says "A notorious -negro outlaw, supposed to he Bob Brewer, the Jesup murderer, who also shot the deputy sheriff at Boardmon last week, was captured in this connty Sunday night by Sheriff Pdts- damer and Deputy Tedder, 'fhjey concealed tbretaselvea in a day ntgh.t and all succei ttgb.8WamO all Satnr- aiofay, and 1 _ maneuvenng, succeettett m ketfang Brewer'] separated "Irom. and closed in, 011 Jmn.filjQ. took- He-is behind tbe bars m Suwanee county jail. but as I have before said, for the personal and selfish interests of a handful of men, many of them connected with the darkest days of tlie re- construction period I is for them and to them we are sell- ing out onr birthright for a. mess of pottage Who are the six unnamed men who are to join with, the seventh, and be known as one, to constitute the new lottery company? How comes It that we are not informed as to their identity, and enabled to know their antecedents, and fix tlieir records? Thero-ia'a world of nieaniBS in. their silence In the mtiat trifling attaits life men seek to know with wnom they deal How-comes it that in a matter of this importance the general assem- bly has been willing, up to now, to close Its move blindly in tne daik." I call upon it to pause before ittakes finally that step and plunges the state into untold trouble Is there nothing significant in tlie vote -winch.this bill eaact twa-tmrds vote in eaeti BimnvGHAM, Ala July 7 A destructive rain and wind btorm passed er a portion of Blount couutj last night, doing im- monso damage to tho growing crops The ram fell in toi rents for an hour, flooding the streams and washing aw aj fences and grow ing crops Lightning struck eral barns and faim houses iSear Brooksville fuee mules were killed by lightning and tho barn bumrtl The damage to crops will amount to thou sands of dollars So far as can bo learned theie w as no loss of human life In Mxrshall county, Saturday John King, a fanner, was killed by lightning He was plow ing in his field "When a rain came up he took refuge under a tiee, which was struck by hgrtmiig, and he was instantly killed King had a little daughter who was sick tho flash of lightning which killed her father was seen the sick girl spiang up m bed and exclaimed Papa, is killed' Pai ais killed1" King vi as 111 a fieUl some distance fiom and out of Sight of bbo house AN ATTACK ON TTie Alliance Organ aialces a Bitter Ou- BJauc'it on tlie Senator R VLFIGH, N C J tly 7 The Fanners alliance- org 111 in 2sorth Carolina, Mill, in its leading editoual, attack Senator Vance for his letter to Ehas Carr, president of the state alliance, ng the subtreasury and declining, to support it Jt will say, and its declarations will surelj ea.use a btir :Senatoi Vxnce may have Q underestimated the strength of the alliance Men living right here in tho state have done this Ho may think he can ignore its demands but he w ill find it contains more than 'one third' of the backbone of the state Sonitor Vance is a brainy man, but we contend that tbe thou- sands of alliancemenS in North Cai ohna know a thing or tw o He wbuld ho.v e us belie-v e that he knows more than the hundreds of intelligent farmers from twenty-three states, who met in St Louis last September The farmers of North Carolina pay Senator Vance It is his busi- ness to work for them Whether the meas ures are constitutional or not, he should do it, and if the bill is not 111 proper shape, ho should have gone to work and put it in shape If he is not willing to serve the people, wo want to know it "We can't afford to pf.y men per annum, and then allow them to put TID their brains against the entire state Ihe moral of it all is this We must go back to the old way of electing farmers to congress and the United States senate It becomes more and more apparent that those we call our fremds are our enemies Begin this year, dolayh are dangerous TIio Consular and Diplomatic Bill. "WASHINGTON, July [consular and diplomatic appropriation bill as agreed to by the conference committee retains most of the senates amendments raiwng tho grade and salaries of a number of representatrv es of the United States at foreign capital, consuls gen- eral, consuls, etc Amendments made to tho bill by the senate, for the purpose of enaolmg the president to carry into mendatidhs of the conference also agreed to by the house Large Ure in Evansville. Ind July Armstrong furniture factory and Kafan, Goodwin Co's stove works burned today The stove works building belonged to the Mackey system of rail- roads Losses Armstrong factory, in- surance, Kalm, Goodwin Co., insurance, _ are to I e settled. ___ _ it is sueh cases ire handled hast lj an I the men are not given a fur opuittm to make explana- tions The Scot Ian 1 1 TI 1 pe are unking; efforts to u eut ti e en but it looks is if nothing but an imii odiate reply fioni tlie homo hieittuj will avert a most boiions s'riKe Ihe men, it is siid propose to follow the course purs led bj the dnuk strikers Leaders will goto their lespoctive divisional stations at (l 13 L m hen ihree-tjuarteis of tbe night forte hive arnved tl e men will form, throe deep and aw lu the ij pearaiu e of the men u the station house0 W lien tl e latter come out thej will called uj on to the inovonieiit Thiscouise it ib expected, will induce all who ho doubtful to cast their with the strikers and tlie men w ill then iwait tne ainv il of the imug relief-- and endear or to j etbuaae also to 30111 tlio strilceij, ranks Afteivvards all the contingents will liold a i-iacs in Bond street. GTTAEJOING THFIB PBOPKETIT There is much nneas uess amons merelianta on the Strand aud oil er "West End "jfrftdesmon aio gi.aidmg then shops and itt. banks will remain all light to protect the pro] erty of tl eir emploj era In anticipation of a strike, a i otons mob of loughs blocked up Bow "tieet and vioimc> this evening, pret enting tho const ihles fio u reach- ing tlie station The ciowd becoming tiiihulciit, mounted officers av ored 11 clear a p and viere received with hoots and pel ed wish. bags of Hour sticks etc In. one int nice the constables hid to i scno a fellow oincci wlio> was attickcil a Tovnt At 9 o clock tho 1 iiuce of AViles es  police returned to ab usual Tho Sti-ana and other thoronphfai es -ncre better policed th in usual owinj to the drafting of men from the Miibuiban divis ons to meet an emergency. The pi nice an 1 priiiCLSS of alt and daugh- ter left the theater at 11 30 o c ork aim were loudlj cheered, the crowd ainging 'He s a Jollv Good TBllovv Further drafts of life ed to pro- servo order A tavern which closed in of the ox itcment was A re< ked by the mob and the windows of other tavema were broken At midnight the rrow d is un diminished and the hooting unabated A steady rain is fall- ing Keports from all tho suburbs state that the all night police are on duty IJiOUSTRIAI. FOR A! BIr Cogswell Introduces a Bill a WASHINGTON Jul j 7 e Cogs- well todaj, by request, intioduced a bill ap- propriatiug SI 000 000 to establish an industrial training school and to provide land for tha negroes, to be held under with the privilege of subsequent purchase Tho bill authorizes the president to appoint a commit- tee of five persons, who shall purcnaso ton square miles of Rood, arable land from any of the southern to be divided into IOO acre lots, for the settlement bj negroes who shall he required to pay the government an annual rental of bales of cotton for the use- of the land A ccrta n amount of tbe land purchased shall be set apart for school pur- poses, and buildings and teachers are provided for. and tbe children of all tenants residing on such public doman, shall be required to attend "Will tlie State Treasurer Accept? GH4.M, Ala July I, state convention of the greenback was held here today, and candidates- nominated for the various state offices A similar com ention was held about six weeks- ago, and made, but the candidates falcd to accept for some reason It was decided to try 3 new- ticket L C Coulson, of Jickson cntuitv, ditor ill trj to a, portion of the allnuco rote_____ DcaUi From Heart Disease UAI.EIGH, ST C July 12 [Special OTenrng, J B Kinnej one of tl e engineers, was dead m room here Heart rtis- easo TV03 tho cause of his death Ho u ab tlurty Tears old, and w hile playing with Ins cluia attacked He handed tho child to his threw himseli on tho bed and -nas dead a fe-w minutes the senate, "by which, that dxact majority was reacbcd? not To mejtt most certainly Is. I say to tins- general assembly in all earnestness, lingers Ga., July T-fSpeeial l-George Mooney, pressman at A. Ji.. Blakely Son's joboffiie. todtheendsof three of Jus fingers ol the right hand mashed off by the bed oJ the Tress while feeding It will sordo time be- fore he can resume work. TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. f Bud IfOwndesberry sliot and lulled J M ham, at Milligan. Fla yesterday over a game of cards Lowndeabeny escaped Mr. Parka, editor of the Wlio, in Jannary last, convicted of 1 be! in cnartriHE that the earl of Boston was iin- nUcattd iniSwest End scantlal, and sentenced loonej cat's imprisonment, lias been released on. account of ba d nealtii. to the Montgomery Advertiser, froitt Fla says the alliance in that etata ._iVlated demands to jr offlce They demand tnej auoiitiop ox ina SrotectiTetariff.tliesubtrMSiio blttior something fetter, and less pay for legislators.   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication