Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Burlington Hawk Eye Newspaper Archive: November 5, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE L PRICE 15 CENTS PER WEEK ilea and the Dissatis Their of Bepresontatives ral Sepublican States Elect De BMraiic State Taiiff Other BePubUoan Campaign to Discuss the IDetaflB of the is President Attorney General Miller ainihisclty at ten oclock this r mil wero at once driven to The president rested then went to the polls A flac aad been stretched t the entrance of the polling booth Eledcpositcdhis ballot and hisname inc the judge of election ijtc Plain Ben Harrison said the aud Recounts but t vote was the one nun Jind fiftysecond castinthe depositing his ballot the president Led to tbc residence of lieremained until halfpast drivei to the station and i train During icon a few personal nnd politi called and at the train quite a d ettnered to see him mid ian of the demo state central said to an Press reporter We have state by sixteen 3 the legislative and twelve of the n are claiming nothing and o said Chairman set oi republican state central Jttce to a representative of the As d Press at We have i from only a few districts and nothing on which to base You can say ireare making no from congressional district to 1 Indicate the reelection of man OfflO IS ilej lieElected and Numerous llni Made eleven oclock Hive of sillyfour voting precincts tol county give McKinley a net ot to overcome the plurality The tabernacle where r JIcKialey is surrounded by 500 istaic citizens with as many more ie trying to get It presents ie oi enthusiasm unequalled even pirtof this most remarkable cam just If the balance of the keep up the ratio of increase McKinley will bo elected by a ie Massilion city and MKnship Warwicks lives JkKinley Warwick weather agreeable there being Inlnaiid fog in A heavy HB Major McKinley was f cheered when he approached Is to rate this The in is are that Johnson for 8 in this district is the excep Islew saloonkeepers who violated f by keeping their places open on there were no arrests iu the rtij OD account of the voting was a reflex of the dig lalmnessthat marked the conduct The division among caused by the abolish uit improvements Governor general apathy amonc usually most active men in there was a general feeling republicans had carried the fMli majority that ul Mated Casprave in the first Clldvce11 in the sec Ult ffas reelected bv ahand mild The how concede the defeatof Cos hundred outside of Cincinnati Crouiley Lock Irfc g Camp hundred and cts in Baiallton P hundrod thirty w m shcr rePn Caims his nia e his own JrllT whleh ls much The Lincoln club esti in Hamilton is wigwss in the seventh Sttii Prc TOrd Ksral This makes in of the fws in Stark county able returns from except Cincinnati congressmen are ell a majority ergham in tho In tho sec r o y v this under the a few NEW promptly at six this work of voting under the new naili began without At noon a sreaer proportion of the registered votSTthan is customary at that hour had bep au OBen T and Dillon and other Irish leaders visited several nollim places to observe tho working of the new ballot NEW hundred and forty districts iu this city give Grant Scott Grants majority will bo over Fellows is elected to congress from thn sixth district by majority NEW I Flowers majority in the twelfth cou Rressional district is estimated at The following congressmen arc cdly elected Fellows in the sixth district dem twelfth district eleventh trict ninth district tenth district Campbell eighth district thirteenth NEW received to b indicate the election of the en tire Tammany ticket by majorities from fifteen to twenty thousand Bay is elected iu the twentysixth congressional district from western Aew York counties indicate the election of the following candidates for congress Thirtyflrst w AVadsworth Thirtysecond dis Loekwook Thirty Bunting probably Thirtyfourth W B Hooker NEW m many hall has gained a decisive victory all along the line over republican and county democracy Grant is not likely to fall below majority over All Tammauy candidates for other county officers and judges have an average majority of The new ballot reform law worked as a throughout tho city and tho novel conditions of the secret ballot did not havu a pronounced effect on tho vote of the lower districts which some political prophets had This is largely clue to the energetic work of both parties In educating voters in ths Intricacies of the before There were a serious NEW give the following as reasonably certain congress men elected in New York state First James Covert second David Boody William Wallace Clancy Thomas Wagner dem Fellows E Dunphy Camp bell Splnola Warner Flower Fitch Stahlnecker Henry Bacon gain Kctcham Cox gain Cuarles twen John John thirty prohibition Y s elected for congress by about has majority over in the thirtysecond con gressional with thirtyone dis tricts elec tion of Isaac Cox for congress iu the seventeenth district is conceded by the republicans by a majority of special returns all over tho state to tho it estimated the republi cans will have 71 members sure in the next assembly The total number is GESTS ELECTION Incomplete from the Kleventh Illinois ROCK gained SOO over Gest iu this Com paring the result with the last congres sional slection the returns from the dis trict so far make it appear that Cable is TSpoclal to THE LA hard fought battle with ballots today resulted in a victory for tho democrats 439 votes were 13 of them prohibition the state democratic ticket has 7 majority the county ticket is Ben Cable has a majority of 15 over Gest for con Gests majority two years ago over Prcntiss was The legislative jicket gives the democrats Edward 341 and Myers 347XThe republicans An derson 232 and 102 and Guthrio The work was earnesrly and faithfully done and tho result is somewhat of E surprise to the IX THE KLEVKXTH Special to The tickets here have been badly The count ing of the votes is slow and will not be finished before 3 Considerable democratic gains are Special to THE ma jority in Hancock county will be about This is about the usual democratic Special to The HawkEyeJ turns Three precincts give about the average republican majority for tost of two yeags if will make his majority iu the county about three Special to Tho full vote was polled in McDonnough Cannot give figures but enough Is known to warrant statement that Cable s ma jority will not bo as largo as that of Prentiss two years ago which was The republican state ticket will be slightly Increased over two years ago when Harrison received rl Special to The dicatious to this hour seem to show a plurality in tho county of 350 for Gest to Two years ago plurality was The county ticket will be but with S ceptiou of sheriff tho republicans will pull State Senator Perry An derson and Representatives Chan dler and Graham and Dixon are probably 4Returns so far as received up to this morning in tno doubtful or contested senatorial districts of Illinois give the following Mahoney is elected in tho Mtb district over the present republican sen The official necessary on representatives in third or ccntealia indicaOons favor btoker is elected 0110 of the but tne others have to be decided by official Hunt has probably been other with iu the seventeenth toge de probably elect Southworth and OConnor and representatives ure electprt from tho thirtyfirst indicate the of two democrats and election Allen totholmute withtS6 rcpublican still m The JerseyvUle district has deemed by the democrats ta of two representatives clectlou tho fifty first ably elected their suits are significant in viewof ILLIKOIS IN Ketllrna the ctmtest Congressman Lawlcr and James Gilbert re Another element of the in terest was the for couny super intendent of Mrs General Mulligan being the democratic uSee was tho issue Mulligan is a Catholic and her Albert Protestant and the public school question was lor the purpose of turning democratic votes from A very large vote was cast and it is stated iu no elec tion for years has so many members of the richer classes and prominent business men voted as The stato ticket was fatally scratched owing to the agitation on the compulsory school question and the uncertain strength of the ticket of or latnotic Sons of Tho ticket contains only the names of native born being made up of the nominees of two lead parties with the same prohibitionists where the re publicans and democrats had both nomi nated alien born The contest In the four congressional distristics in tho city was largely a persona one and the tariff issue was In a great measure lost sight The final result of tho election to be known for a certainty was the success of of the proposition to increase the back ing of the worlds fair to ten and a half million The vote of the city was practically unanimous in favor of adding to tho fund already guaran teed five million dollars by the issue of city bonds and by meals of South Park bonds a half million Director General Davis said tonight that the work of tho fair would now go forward with a The plans for tlie buildings are already tentatively com plete aud the definite location of each will be settled without further It only remains for the president of the United States to issue a formal procla mation to the nations of tho world and this will probably shortly follow the meeting of the national to be held here in a short the twenty con gressional districts in Illinois the indi cations at eleven oclock are that Con gressmen Hen Hill and Payson are un questionably As Is also prob ably Rowell There is not a great deal of doubt of the success of Post in the tenth In the Congressman Gests election has been stubbornly contested by Cable and the result is still in Lane and Williams are and the indica tions point to the reelection of Smith in the twentieth district and For mau in the The six teenth district is still but Fithian claims his In Chicago the democrats still deny the election of Taylor in the first and Mason in the third district but It seems probable nov that both of them are The democrats are claiming the defeat of Cannon in the Fifteenth dis but the republican state central committee still assert he Is reelected by nvo hundred majority hundred pre cincts out of a total of 505 in Cook county give Amberg for state treasurer Wilson Owing to the large amount of scratching the returns are coming In very slowly from both city and hundred pre cincts give Gilbert For stato eightynine precincts in the city give Amberg Wil son Link Times demo cratic at had information ap parently indicating that tho suburban of heretofore one of greatest republican strongholds in Cook carried for the democratic legis lative candidates and for democrat opponent of Congressman One was reported as giving one hundred and fifty democratic The town of Maine has a population largely in this city is unusually quiet and the vest pocket votes are At each of tho polling places in the city tho German Lutherns had workers and they induced a number of German republicans to vote the democratic The Lutherans were active and well gressman Williams is reelected in tho ninth district by ma the municipal contest Henry Dotwiler was elected city treasurer by a large and sufficient number of re publican aldermen to insure a republican majority in the next precincts in Sangoman county give Wil son Amberg 720 same precincts two years ago gave Cleveland Harrison 1 00 A net democratic gain of light vote was polled in Adams county a falling off fully twentyfive per cent from the vote of two years Tho contest con fined to county democratic stato central committee assert private advices show the democrats have carried the state by a good They ex nect a gain of three There is nothing definite about Cook county Daily find claims the returns as far as received indicate the republicans have elected their state ticket but does not undertake to estimate the majorities in view of the meagerness of tho returns received up to 1 It also claims the publicans have elected twelvo out the first Thn Times docs not ciaim J111 noWer is declared to be very the democrats according to the Times made heavy TTPIEVA hv the vote of Montana for J5 congress and tho supremacey In Bow countries expressed confi dence in the reelection of and majority of the state based on advices from Missoula and other prominent points west of the range in Dixons part of the The Indlca majorities east confidence is expressed Wis Nov 4 polls closed at exciting politica almost in the shadow of Stanislaus Catholic church two Polish priests busied them selves in seeing that each of their coun trjmen voted and examined the ballots Ijle5r wore against the little red school Father Grucza was the His Is f clty ln tho Lake H ae and ho stated triumphantly to a friend that when he left his in which church is there had been onlv nnrtT votes cast against one hundred In the second precinct of the sixth Capuchin twentythree headed by Father Quietly as they came they wen t away leaving twcnty threomore democratic ballots In Ihe most of Lutheran churches held meetings last at which democratic tickets were At the booths the Lutherans would not have anything to do with the Some of them would take anything that was put into their hands and shove it into their where it was probably The character of all the votes cast is conse quently a At nearly every polling place some generally a school was stationed to see that their did not allow themselves to bo persuaded to accept a ticket from republican The prohibition county labo votes generally went to the bplit tickets of every imaginable kind could be found iu most The lowest estimate of the vote today is 42 000 and the highest Estimates generally vary from to The total registration is At the presidential election in 1SSS the total reeistration was and the vote was The vote for mayor last spring was in to days election the republicans lose one Mitchell being elected iu this So far as re ceived the returns indicate the election of Cooper iu the first district Barwlg in tho second Lafollette in the third Mitchell in the fourth Breckncr in tho fifth Clark in the sixth Thomas iu the and Haugen in the Sixtythree pre cincts iu the state of Wisconsin includ ing 30 precincts in the city of Milwaukee show a net democratic gain of John Mitchell dem is undoubtedly elected to congress from the fourth con gressional LA The day here was warm and a heavy vote was polled on account of the school tho German Lutherans and Catholics took a great interest in the contest and worked hard for tho defeat of the re publican legislative The indica tions are that the democrats made large gains in the The election passed off quietly although a large vote was Peck for governor carried the city by about a democratic gain of 400 over 1SSS in thirteen Wis Twelve pre cincts In Racine Including ten In the give Hoard a majority of a democratic gain over 1SSS of The election passed off quietly under tho new Aus tralian The vote was and will not bo counted until a late Seventyfire towns in Massachusetts and 200 out of 205 precincts of Boston give for Gover nor Blackmer Brackett Russells plurality is If Russell continues to gain on Brackett in the state outside of Boston as he has so he is elected governor by at least The democrats have gained two congressmen at From gains on tho vote so far the indications are that Rus sell for governor will be elected by The democrats have gained two The vote of Boston complete for governor gives Russell Black mer Russells plurality Is a democratic not gain of The democrats claim the state by and tho republican state cen tral committee concedes Russells elec ew Tho indica tions at are that there is no choice of governor by tho people of state that Is elected to con gress In the first and tho second district Is very Tho chances are favoring In seventythree towns democrats gain eighteen mem bers of the house of At their headquarters in this city they claim they have carried it by a good ma Tho republi cans concede tho election of McKinney for congress in the first district by 700 Returns from seventyfive towns give Tuttle for governor Amsden Fletcher 372 a republican loss of A clear day usually means a full and the Interest in the stato election added to the size of tho vote in The result will be for besides the fact that the Alliance vote prevents any ac curate estimates as to the probable plu ralities that the vote will come so largely from tho more distant country nothing certain will be known early in the The returns are very slow and Merrian is losing slightly all over tho but tho loss does not seem large enough to defeat Two years ago he had a plurality of Owing to the new election law which is In operation today for tho first returns from all parts of the state will be late and from many points it Is announced they will not be forthcoming till The guber natorial candidates are making a close run with the chances in favor of tho re publican though he is running behind the rest of the From the democratic committee it Is learned that their candidate for governor has made big inroads into some of tho republican Tho democrats are also claiming the first congressional district sure and tho seventh and tenth are GKAJTD Close estimates place Fords majority in the city at NEW The weather was delightful all day and so far as heard from the election has been quiet throughout the with a compara tively light The indications this evening are that Coleman will be defeated for congress by the democratic SEW Latest re turns indicate defeated elected for congress ill tho flrst district by majoritv and defeated in tho second district In the other districts there was no or ganized opposition to tho South returns from the various congressional districts indicate that the regular democratic candidates had a walkover except in the seventh where the contest be tween and re was total vote in the state Will not exceed THinan is elected by not less than The election is absolutely de void of Incident or The ne groes no regular ticket In tho field for the most part declined to choose between the The vote In Charleston was the lightest ever the total being about out oftotal registered vote of about Returns from congressional districts are notyet but the figures received appar ently assure the election of democrats in all districts except the where colored will probably reports from every section of the state indicate the election of Tillman for gov ernor by and the entire regular democratic state ticket by a large majority exceptin tho coast jyliBch have SAX seven precincts out of 310 in the city of San ITraneisco show a republican ma jority of SAX close con test was made on several municpal offices and the reports are that trading and scratching was Notwith standing tho fact that the election is completed in this city by the fact that a number of Independent tickets are in tho the principal ones of which are the reform democrats and ODonnell the real contest is believed to be between tho democratic and republican The republican state committee claims that for in the fifth district will be elected over The total registration in San Francisco this year was nearly sixty which is twelve hundred more than registration two years unusually heavy vote was cast here and through out tho Tho returns will be as the polls close at seven At the democratic headquarters every one is and Chairman Arbucklo claims the election of tho entire ticket by Chairman of the republican com while admitting state attorney general and superintendent of public instruction ho Is satisfied they will elect the remainder of the including the polls In this county closed at 0 It will be midnight before anything reliable will be known in the The returns from over the state so far are very precincts heard from show the democra tic and republican candidates running about and polling smaller The Bankers and Business Mens association estimate the majority against the pro hibitory amendment at Soutlt election throughout South Dakota was very ex citing and a full vote was Be sides the excitement on the state and congressional a bitter fight for the permanent capital brought out every vote Last at tho first state the total vote was over and that will probably be found to have been exceeded when all the returns are in The uncertainty of the alli ance vote makes an early estimate as to the result repub licans were so confident of a sweeping victory today that a great many of them did not come out to while the demo crats worked most The result there Is considerable doubt tonight about the outcome of the elec although the republicans claim a majority of the legislative scats and all the The dcmocratsaro jubillant and confident of large gains in the legis Wilson is probably elected to though by a reduced ma elec tion was quiet and without incident Terry for running to for Harrison LITTLE pro portionate gains for Breckenridgo con tinue at the rate they have been his majority in Pope county will be to S Sen ator Quay telegraphs his belief that Delamater republican will have a ma jority of thirty thousand in the the demo cratic headquarters the claim is made that Pattison will bo elected by ten thousand KANSAS In dicate at that for the first time in many years Kansas will send a broken republican delegation to It is considered certaim that Moonlight will defeat Broderick and in tho first Webb McNall in the sixth district is doubtless returns so far received from the Interior of tho state indicate democratic gains through out the They are coming In very slowly and most likely the re turns sufficient to decide will not be in before West indications point to a democratic victory in the congressional and senatorial dis The democrats made large gains in the city and but the result will not definitely known until to coun ty gives the democratic ticket a majority of about This county in 1SSS gave Cleveland a majority of The Dortch law poll tax registration has played havoc with tho negro KANSAS from Oklahoma are to the effect that Harvey is elected delegate to congress by majority over McCoy and Crocker Farmers will be some days before the official returns are received but it may be assumed the dem ocratic state ticket is elected by some thing like the usual towns In Massachussetts give Blackmer pro hibitionist Brackett republican Russell democrat Brack etts net gain over last year is delegate SALT a election passed off Mor wa s elected over by to tTucker and ara re IOWA ALL RONG John Gear Defeated in the First Both Democrats and Xlepnbllcans Claim tho Election of their State Tickets Close Work in the Vari ous Special to Tho HawkEyeJ DES NovJ is no doubt Sweeney Is very The state ticket is from Retnrns are very Nothing from the ninth or eighth Polk county nonpartisan judicial ticket Is The entire republican county ticket The balance of the congress men are all In the third district Black Hawk gives Henderson 450 Buchanan gives Henderson Of all doubtful districts the uf th shows up the best and Struble will bu DES elec tion today while quite exciting on both sides on account of big scratching on judicial ticket still resulted in a very light vote being The republicans be lieve they have their An immense amountof scratching on account of the judicial fight will delay the of jvili bo compared with the vote on secretary of state iu 13SS when the republicans had Demo crats There are voting places in the Teu precincts give for secretary of state McFarlaud repub Chamberlin 93J a net democratic gain of Eighty precincts In Iowa show a net republican gain on the state ticket of 5SO as compared with last years vote on gov The republicans and democrats are both claiming theelection of their state DES re ceived up to midnight indicate a repub lican plurality on the state ticket from to Democrats claim the election of their state ticket by From the returns so far re ceived from towns and city tho probabilities arc that tho country town ships will show increased plurality for the The ninth and eleventh congressional dis tricts are with probabilities in favor of the cltv of Dabuque gives Couch for con gress The chairman of the democratic county committee claims the county for Couch by Bremer county gives Couch 275 Returns from the rest of the districts are very meagre and the result is The republicans claim Black Hawk county by 500 heavy vote was polled in this The count is not but for con gress is holding close to Bails vote of last Hendersons home ward gives him 120 The usual repub lican majority in the ward is tion passed off quietly Indications are that Doman for falls short of his expected The election of Reed is thought Sioux weather was clear and bright but there was not very large vote The interest centered on the congressional fight but figures will be The republicans are confident that Perkins has a safe pluarlity in this although Alli ison probably carried the city by several indi cations are that Benton county will go republican by 300 re turns Indicate the election of Reed for congress by COO to JOHN GSAR ng a flro m a cooking white jutting in a stick of the skirt of aer dress was ignited and iu a moment ler clothes were all She rushed ut of but before help could reach ler she was terribly burned Tho phyr icians say that she cannot live until NEW democratic state ticket gets 200 majority n this are elected to the house of representa New is elected to congress In the fifth William Waltor Brecklnridge was reelected today by HARRISON ELECTED Almost it Murder iifc Flno VISE afternoon a negro named who was working or the Langley got into a quar rel with Jim who sup ported A white man told him to be juiet as he did so Hancock put pistol against Learnings stomach and The ollicer fell and Hancock but ba ore doing so fired into the wounding two though not seri Learnings condition is critical and EIancnck was An Unexpected Election Special to THE precincts give Gear Seeriey two yet to hear Special to The vote in Keoknk today was a heavy one for an off especially for In the sec ond ward tho polls do not close until nine and this ward in 1SSS gave Gear 305 and Seeriey 440 From the present indication at it is safe to say Gear will run slightly ahead of his ticket while in the other precincts the vote will be about tho same as two years at which time Gear had a majority of Special to The HawkEyeJ vote has pro gressed slowly tonight owing to scratch So far Seerleys vote has steadily and it is safe to say that Gear will bo defeated in this township by a majority of Complete returns may vary this a but that Gear has lost the township there can be no both In and outside of precincts reported and the remaining four precincts estimated In Henry county give McFarland about 425 majority and Gear 400 The entire republi can county ticket is pre cincts give Gear Seeriey precinct gives Gear 100 Seeriey township casts 290 137 94 8 prohibition and 1 union Gear gets 1S3 votes and Seeriey for COLDMUUS runs ahead of two years ago in this part of the His majority cannot be less than ma jority in the city is A loss of towu ship gives Gear Seeriey Kalona gives Gear Seeriey township gives Gear Seeriey 01 Wapello gives Gear Seeriey 222 Columbus Junction gives Gear Seer ley Gear is about 30 behind in the three townships as compared with two years out of seventeen precincts give Gear Tho democrats concede the county ticket to the was warm and Reports received from twenty eight wards indicate the total vote will be some of the leaders placing it as high as the excite ment is running unusually high for offi ces there is no trouble to speak of any There was much confusion at tending the first practical trial of the Australian KAXSAS from Kansas on the stato ticket Indicate the election of Governor Humphrey by to Robinson running behind Willet Farmers Farmersalliance can didate for states attorney Is running aheadof his ticket and may be from the third Missouri congressional district show the certain reelection of Bland Elands major ity willbe over indications at ten oclock were that the democratic city ticket is elected with the exception of judge of the criminal and Smith for recorder of The counting of the new ballots Is progress ing very Terribly MASOX shock ing accident here yesterday Jtfiss Mary Purcell ilio IM Earnestly at to Help Found it Medicul for rison has accepted the presidency of the ashington which is earn estly at work endeavoring to secure unds for the endowment of the medical school of the Johns Hopkins University a order that womcu may be admitted on equal cerms with trustees chfi university have extended an uvitatlontothe ladies of the locarcbm nittces in New Boston and Washington to a uuch and inspection of the Harrison was asked to name the date for the visit and selected STovember She will be accompanied from this city by the members of the Washington which consists of James Levl Cowrie George John John Noble and ELECTION A Scrape in LITTLE In ormation was received at the repub Ican headquarters here of trouble at Pine In deputy sheriff shot a and an indiscriminate exchange of shots between the repub Icans and democrats in which two parties were All is now with a favorable outlook for the SUICIDE BY A Joliet Man Puts an End to His Life was start led again today by a case of Leo an engineer on his way to discovered a man hanging by a rope around his neck from a brace under he lumber shed of The suicides name is Robert Christen RUSTY Au Old Pot Containing in Gold Koand by a Ivangas KANSAS the old Rupert just west of a pot of gold was found By actual count it contained in coins ranging in value from 31 to John Rupert and James Hallo way were excavating for a barn founda tion on the site of an old Ruperts pick struck something and a few moments of work disclosed an iron kettle of about five gallons capacity and cov ered with au iron When the lid was finally knocked off a shining heap of gold was The coins were of dates preceding tho Mexican and none was issued later than It is believed that the pot of gold was buried during the troublous bordertimes just preceding the civil and it is probable that the owner was RAIOHOAD LITHE HOPE FOR Bright Outlook for the Premiers PreucU niry Vlaltn the Kali way Vorelgn municipal eteo tions which were held in and Wales Saturday have been fought less than ever before on political lines wholly reliable as j dlcatlon of the political temper of the people But It should be remembered that every time Gladstone has been driven from office the first indications of his fate have been given by the munici pal it Is Impossible to ignora their signficance In connnection the outlook in national fact that In the places where the result of the local elections turned more or less directly on politics the liberals gained eightyseven seats in the munfcfpal councils while the tories gained only is a pretty strong indication ot way wind and the further fafit that the Hartingtonlans have not had a single so far as is at pres ent is It is conceded that the government hast had a pretty rough time of it and has but a sad outlook Gladstone started on his return to Hawarden from Scotland When the train on which he was ing reached Montrose a large ni mber of his friends were In waiting and they gave him an enthusiastic This scene was repeated at At Dundee a number of his admirers pre sented him with a walkingstick and a luncheon basketWhen Peebleswas reached the train was met by a large and a delegation of working men presented Gladstone with a travel ing Gladstone delivered short spoech at in the course of which he referred to the address made by Lord Hartington at the liberal unionise meeting at Edinburg Fri day Lord Gladstone was evidently not well satisfied the result of his The only in Lord Hartingtons was whether the time had arrived to sur The liberal unionists Gladstone was broken and the followers of it were dreadfully broken up by the results of the recent byelections for members of the house of which were most satisfactory to the liberal Gladstone has declined to stand as a candidate for the rectorship of the university of He gives his advanced age as his reason for declining the The present incumbent of the office is chancellor of the ASKS STANLEY TO BE Brother Wants Him to State His Cose Against the Rear brother writes to the Times asking its assistance iu prevailing Stanley to pursue aoi honorable course by publishing the whole of his case the rear guard instead of waiting until everything has been said from the other His pres ent the writer gives Stan ley the advantage of presenting a case for dead men to answerHad they been living Stanley would have been com pelled to substantiate his insinuations in a court of law but now there is no ap peal the bar of public The writer adds I have had too sad an experiejce of his consideration for others to risk an appeal to The Union of the difference between the Union Pacific and its Omaha President Adams says Our proportion of the through rate has been too Our western con nections have been taking lions and now that the rates from Chi cago to the Missouri river have been re stored by our eastern connections they still wish to coutinue to prorate on the old This we will not The Northwestern and other principal con nections with which we have a strong traffic readily consented to al low us the increased and we simply notified the other roads that they must allow us the or we would have to refuse to do any through business with Under our contract we can not accept less from them than from the and the Northwestern alone gives us more business than we can effectually handle without increased Forged Deedd of KANSAS Bing ham left the city Sunday It is ascertained since his departure that he had forged deeds of transfer and trust upon the estate of his late Miss General which aggregates about Bingham was treasurer of the Consolidated Missouri Mining and Manufacturing Large sums of money which he fraudulently obtained were largely spent in experimenting with what is known as the Merritt process of extracting gold from fine A Steamer Wrecked and steel steamer from Buffalo to Toledo with coal and went ashore on Col chester reef on the Canada coast during a blinding storm last The jute In her cargo caught and tugs from To ledo and Detroit have been sent to her She will probably be a total She Is worth and her cargo half as much A Political Keign of is a reign of terror in this growing out the PierceMcKenzie senatorial Personal conflicts within the past week or more between the factions have been common McKenzle himself on one or two occasions narrowly escaped bodily harm if not deathJames Mc a prominent was assaulted and nearly killed In the New Ohio Oil first well in the new oil field In Island Creek Jefferson sit miles from this came in It flowed fifteen barrels In one A Fireman misplaced switch caused the wreck of a passenger tram the Northwestern road this Fireman Welch wast killed and Engineer Eagen badly The passengers were shaken but none were seriously j IB the way awestern man put it In expressing to a friend his complete satisfaction In the use ot Herees Pleasant Purgative So small and yet so they bid fair to nip plant entirely the oldstyle An ever ready remedy for sick and bilious headache constipation and allblood dis Mild wonderful effect Put up in convenient to carryTheir attended with sterling merits account Valuable Protection Agatnsc British ex perts are a good deal interested in very valuable protection against the torpedo which has been submitted to the ad Its importance may be estimated from the fact that in something like four minutes the largest battleshipin the service can be protected from the attacks of any number of no matter how skillfully they may be The admiralty itself refuses information concerning the but certain ex perts describe it as so simple that the wonder is it was never thought of It will be submitted to a final test with a Victoria invention of young Victoria which is claimed to possess certainqnalities render it unusually difficult to discern its The Czar a Circus During a circus performance which was at tended by the czar and the members of his royal one of the trained horses suddenly became vicious and made an attack on the manager of the The horse knocked the man bit him and trampled on mangling him in a terrible manner in full view of the The czar and his family abruptly withdrew from the imperial box and left the general panic among the spectators followed and the performance was German SuldlerA and Citizens detachment ot soldiers who were engaged in guarding at a railway station a body of interfered with relatives of the recruits who had come to bid them Several of the soldiers were struck by whereupon they drew sidearms and attacked the assailants and several of the civilians were badly ISnlfour Visits the Balfour started yesterday on a three or four tour over the Donegal routes of the proposed Anarchists extensive anarchist movement has been discovered at Five arrests have already been made others are The Crown Kests ttfl case of the crown in the conspiracy was coa cluded and the ad joirrned for a week to enable the defensef to prepare their How Severe Colds are Broken Up 1m From the Vlrfrtnla When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine we consirer it a and we take pleasure In telling the public what it Such a medicine found Chamberlains last when la grippe was We are satisfied that we warded off sev eral attacks that were threatening by the use of this we have since In a few severe and in the course two or three entirely broken them up by its have several of our friends to whom have recommended It is all that It to represented to be by the If you have a and want to stop Itf Chamberlains Cough Remedy will Mob Kale Bull if Crrr OP fighthere yesterday the enraged because the animals The place demolished and chairs and railing were thrown into the The people demandedJti return of their Several Ameri can ladlns were carried out fainting Excellent Command to public1 fornfa liquid fruit remedy It is pleasing tothe tHeSast and byacting gentlyi ttifeleaj offectnajljrj iaierebiprpmi fanic   

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 130 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

25 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:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 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 130 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 130 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 145 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