Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Dunkirk Evening Observer Newspaper Archive: November 3, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. HKPKESENTATIVE tJSINESS HOUSEi DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1890. NO. 72. OF DUNKIRK. 4 "if? MACHINE for riilm U the latest addition t Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company, I) O. onrrOKD. MS and KB Central AT Artietic Photographer Irmtantancoi of Bttbiea a specialty. Sitter not wait for sunshine except fo IKVINO. I'r I Mrietor, Su. J6 E. second street, near laic, jtreet, Uunklrk, N. V. Mi l 0. I auiplileta, Ixiiuid in all Uplcr j ..uij.tly attended to. All work rfiiarantcecl. CKOCKKKV HOUHE, 3W Central A venue Wliolesale aud retail ilealctr in 11 ported an 'uinemic China. Glassware, Ac, HOTEL, Bates, fl per day. 1'iTerj- Hoarding Stable in ixiuucctioi Victor Uiiic-r, anil 387 Lion street. f UTY BA.KIIEK SHOP vy Chaa. Nnglc, t'roji.. Under Lake Shore National Bank, eoriiei Center anil Third streets. A flue stock o Foreign and Domestic oigars. I kCNKIKK CVKMINO OB3KKVKII. Largest Daily In tbe County. An unequalled advertising ramlintn. I tUNKIUK ENUINEE1UNG COMPANY U Konrntly Sollew Hopple. of Engines, Boilers, Pulleyn SnnJUng llangera, etc, I'attvras, amt Uucnino Work W) order. ,-tUIltr 00., 2US aii'l C'cuicr street. Manufacturers of tin Cniinwell" anil "Dunkirk" perfect- Ilium Drceo Miirto. On sale in all leading (unurflmm Uothiup an. I flry goodB liuuses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMKV, 1S4 ami ki struui, Oealer in Flnur, Keeil, nit, lialei! liny, Fliu.- phate-. etc. LKIK UUTKL anil uimnjc Salouii, Unm Depot. acceae to all trulny antt bn mew houBeB. Best accoiauioilationa for Cuii Travelers. .John J. Murpliy, I'rop. I ft CO., EJ fi and E Tmnl streeu rme Kurr.iture, Cabinet Ware ami jolatenng. Picture Frauieo mwle tn unltr fH O. MATTE8ON CO., 301 Central Ave Loa-tern oi ('aatiiou antl Gentlemen OaitltUji- I I AltELI, STKAJU HK.ATING (JO., anuiacturvrs of Steam tleaung Appuratu SuniUiry Plumliiag a Specialty. LJ OME STKAM I.AUNDBV. uur Fine Shirts, luo; ilullai- ic; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Dolu A VV. Cummingti, 2O7 Center 11 ii. OKHM. K. Third St., cor. ol BulTnlo aud dealer in Fine Hoo UKNKY WEU.KR'8 NEW STOII15, IfJS t Third st. Books, Stationery, Musical in uwl Weekly Faper., evfcryUiii-g pertaining to u flrat c.nse Suticxi, ituokt) a spjcialtv. I OB PItlNTINO ol every description and a, tl lowest living rated b> Dunkirk I'lintllig Company, S and Iu E. becotul St. JH. VAIi BCKKX SOJJ, Fire l.ilc AccKltiut uucl General lusuranaa Duu. ID Real Kstnte and Lonua. t'uriiuula jun paid to tue c.ire of property culluci nts Ac. 21U Center at., '2nd iluor. a I ONROE'8 PHARMACY. JOO Central Avenue rterH for Paper Oils, OBlUUJia, J. W., 1 409 Center Alanuiacturer and dealer in HarnesH. Sa-lvltec iSi.dlcs, collara, Trnnke.Wbipa, ButTalo tcube.- UarseOovers Gloves Mittens and 31eiKii SCUOLTKS. I 17 KftBt Third atrcet, THiktr. Gentlemen Unft it i- tiieir advaDtage to call on me before purctiaam. elsewhere.. it B. CA11T CO., liion atreel. treneral llardware.While duppliea. Oil Clothe, Granite Ware. A special ty of Sherwu, Williams Monroe raugi RIIL1SU, such aa blank-liouks, luilgcra, 1111, all ktn.U ol blauka docto at Dunkirk I'riu'in? Comp.ny. 8 anil 10 E. Second at, RUDOLPH MOLDELNHAUliK, Cur. Third and Buffalo Si Dealer in Granite, Marble, an Building stone. Call on uie tiuyin your aide-walk. KISL.BY CO., 7 And 9 East Front utreuu Whisky, Wines, Urandien. Gai.era1 Liquor Store for Family Use. ROBKKT Me KAY, Lion street, near the depot. Botrdlng, Sale, r'ec-d and Llvory Stabl by tae day 01 week on reasonabi. terms.  'eara htts Olill by a eful .tlnrfli-rril H.... PiunellWIM IVKtifv in tin, DIv.i Bnliii; llBde to Ihu Funeral of K In I In 11U O nil Vn Kn'ort Nov. ii, ,t i Harnj.' HIP lll.ic-i-lll mu der I.OM-inn if Mrs. has so as HEALTH IS WEALTH iva.s expected, the occasion was taken ad- van of by the populace for a demon- stration against, tin; dead woman's hus- band, who suspected of having, in collu- sion wit li his caused her death. It was well that an extra force of police had been ordered on duty, for otlierwi.se violence would certainly have been done to Hogg. The (Mi-riaKe in which he rode as chief mourner was attacked by the angry mob, but the police charged upon the rioters and dispersed them. After this encounter the people contented themselves with loud threats and menac- ing gestures, and no further breach of the peace occurred. Mr. Hogg seems deter- mined not to be frightened away or llnenccU in his actions by threats of his neighbors. He declares his innocence of any connection with his wife's death, and the authorities have not thus far been able to find any grounds upon which to arrest him. The- Swedish lawyer Cedercantz, whose appointment as chief justice of Samoa, under the recent agreement between Ger- many, Knglanrl and the United Siai.-.s ha, been _ia. Hied by the, three nation-, Js non- vis ling the London legations, en route lor IMS lu-iv post of duty. He will call on permlo ulid 'I'rulll AMI-N-I-O, Cal., N'ov. li. Georga Sliinn, who with Carles Dorsely, alaia Thorn, escaped from Han Qtiinton prison three year-, ago and were captured in Chicago by Detective J. B. Hume, made a most startling confession. Ever since they escaped Detective Hume has believed they I were in this state and were perpetrators of numerous stage robberies, which have occurred si nee then, but he was not able to obtain any positive evidence. Friday I night Shinn was transferred from Sun Quinton to Kolsorn by special arrange- ments made by Warden Aull and Detec- tive Hume. Saturday the warden and detective in- terviewed Shiuu for over three hours. He confessed thai, he and Thorn returned to to California in 18SB and camped on the American river about three miles from this city. This was their rendezvous to which they always ret time I after their raids. He admits that on July O'UBIEN AND DILLON GREETED NEW YORK'S EXEC'JTIVE. BY Tin Ooveinor Kxjiressc? Hearty S> input hy With tin' OiiiiSH of O'l'.iien Belnti-1 tlie Dotaili of thp Kscapu uf HimnHr uiirt for Tln'Bo In the of KiiglUh Mi> Ohio, 1BOD. Mrs. Kimbnli. formcily Ivalie lihndcs. was well knoun in city, liaviim mane it her linmo for sev- eral ycais nub her mollicr, Mis. Eli'ii- nor Spencer Hbodes. who was burn in The Harrison at Washington while on Ins way acros- the American continent to take- ship tor Apm. .Mr. I'arnell. it is s.ud, will testily in his own defense find the d, f-us.- ot Mr-. O'SI ea in Hie- coming divorce suit of ('apt .'iid win absolutely deny ciiinin- II is cl, umed l hut the phn'iitill' has hi.s possession written evidence that may .Mr. 1'jiruell's denial. Mrs O She.i v, ill reply to her husband's allega- tions counter-allegations. Alto- I treilf'Ury more wor gethc-r. i be all'air is about as unsavorv as t can IK-. It is nuclei .stood that the Lon- lou 'J'iine.s will publish a report of tbe ri.il in pamphlet form for ciicnlation in virope and America. The Tories, a.s mile i some days ago, rest great hopes iporr i..s elleei, e upon ihe Irish y, who hold ,n deep abhorreuce any violali.ni of the marital pledge. hi.e Mr. Balfour wiu-i actively engaged u scanning the coud.tion of l lie' people iu he districts most lively to be visited bv '.unine, (iyii. no active u tbe inspect iun oi me troops and put the Lintish forces in tielaud in re.idmesn 'or liny sei-Mce that mav b- The otlrce i.i e -inmiindc-r of tbe fnrces in Ire- and nns tur u u.n.ler ol ycais be, n a i'.ccuie. lie-.d li some hanger-on fi ,end of the royal familj. tin- beiuj Punce of Saxe-U'dp. !r. a Cerman with in Kngli-h wile having strain ot roj al Hood. 1'riiici.' Kdward, a. pleasant, good rum-eel 11-ii'le.maii, wa-s content to draw- lie pay and leave the hard work to hi-t ulxirdinate- Now, however, just as the government shows a determination to rush ihe national league and the plan ot ampaign Gen. Wol-eley. the ablest of mm.iiiders, takes the place of tie primely lignrehead, the regiments are trengthened recruits Irom Kujjland nd Scotland and the military establish- ment is put on a footing iu preparat ion r any emergency. It is that the legislative conneil f Ind.a i- tne r, p.-al of the aw giving hu.sbi.nd the rigln n, claim lis be'rothe utter she is nj y.-ars of .ge, the intention being to iucre'a.se the imit to llj. Vienna dispatch says that Prince inand of Bulgaria, in reply t.) a re- nark of the British consul general at that, he "as entirely iu- lilTc-rent iistu recognition by the European lowers, us the present status endeared lim ali ihe more to tlie Bulgarians. Italian government newspapers are remarks about the ulerview ihe pope and the Kmpress of Austria, tlie imjierial Indy having been niin marked favor by the pontiff. who also cxten led to her his blessing Mr. -loseph in an with :i Jlernld reporter, intimates an nu-ntion tn oppose Lord Kandolph UhuicliiU's revived ambition for parlia- mentary leadership, owing to the hitter's of Mr Chamberlain's radical lOlicy i uilined some time ago. they stopped the stage from Milton to Sonora and robbed the passcngeis of blewopeii the VVells-F.irgo treasure box withgi ,nt powder, lint found it empty. On Sepi. of the same year they stopped the stage between Qumey nud Orrville, anrl took a gold bar worth from the Wells-Fa rgo box. In of this year they held up the Forest Hill stage in Placer county and robbed the passengers. Besides these robberies, Shinn confessed to numerous burglaries, garroting and robberies com- mitted by him and Thorn. They returned to Chicago May 30, this year, and says between that time and the date of cap- ture they committed something liko twenty.five robberies in the state of Illi-; nois. Their rendezvous on the American river has been found by Chief of Police Drew of this city, who hunted for it four NEW YoiiK, Nov. D'Hrieii. M. P mid lik wifp; John Dillon. M. P.; T. R Sullivan, M. p., and wife and Tlmcirhv Harrington, arrived lien- yes- tevcla, on sieanicr La Chum- pa i[ if. ,11 i c-oimni'ti-e n-pri-M-iil- i lie I'mii-d Irish societies nf York. hy sere-nil hundred members ni i In- Ii-imne Hud the Tiu-inu, MIC-.....-.ini-i thc-in at amine 1 pen Ihr. jn-ri'.itl of i IK- sle.iim-r at hci dork u ren-pnnii v a, held npi her deck and HI vi-n .IN Mere driven tn rlie Hnfliiiiiii Th party had e! to inllj-li'ig ven vc-ance upon them and utu-rlv extermi- nating them. The Irish peojil- on ,he other hand bava made these men's cu iau their own cause. "The latent anil most signal proof ul t h -s is the case of New Tipperary, where t ne population of a whole town .uid of two iieighooiing estates have given up the r streets and favm.s eu masse, ralber than lot their rents be used by their landlord of ,t farnl.y of flvo Both in Kngland and Ireland it is recog- nized that the issue of the campaign will turn upon the struggle between coercion and combination upon these estates. "One of our chief aims in America will be to explain the character of these strtig- g.es. the detestable system of coercion iu Irel.md and Its universal and absolute failure in the of the gallantry and or Mrs Hell-sacrifice of the people. Iviml "Ton may judge of the severity of the sillcu wel" system when told that twenty-six mem. bride, is but iinotlie bers of parliament, the mayors the chief cities, almost evi newspaper editor iu the o of the most beloved ecclesia.s, ics nearly A GRAND DISPLAY U. Kimbnli of Cleveland rni i in that i-iiy, OdoiH-r Ot Jill the inopt popular Giuues and Amusements, llie bunt Miss .selection ever offered, can be found on our Sporting Counter. this----------------------_______ _______ Voting people's geographical yume.. The doctors and llie quack ........1? Tlir game of c'llumbm'a presidun'8. .38c Litlle folks' alphabet and picluic daughters who were prominent in society, und specially all rani vu from llifir personal appearance and refiiu-. mem of cliarucler and manners. Mis. rrancis I- reiich h the only rumninini; member of I Ins, oner, family now livingiii Dunkirk; and ihe death i Children's drawing teacher........ lOc Picture sewing embroidery for liltle bands...........................lOc Drawing pciic-iln for our little artist.. Drawing teacher geography.........'28c Drawing teacher geography.........2oc Children's entertainment pictures for I embroidery.....................28c nyors of live of the past from the pn-sent aud uf Cleveland, _______ Bcarc-elj reac-i.od the lioiel when Governor others-men, women and husband, were old residents of this c-itv Hill tailed upon tnpin. The gcneruor clnlilren-hnve been imprisoned as com- wilb ,in ,1 ,i i warmlv welcomed them to the city and mou felon., under Mr. Balfour's re-inic "'H'clcd mother, husband expres-ed his In arty sympathy nith fourteen persons shot dead by the'police relatives, liavc wuimust who but a tew years umoni; us a lieaiilil'ul blow that severs Mrs. Ivi.n ow .1. M- who, w iih her weeks before he fo'ind it. an ideal rubber-' roo-t and never dislodge i tn m it. He says it is robbers could the c-anse i name I In- I been -Miiyoi- lii.'im si iitiiiii-ii', siinj erin i'.H anil addu-ss i I ii, To ilir ivpn si ni.ii VIN O'Hneii reliue.I 1 h finiii lichmd n- lollous: our i rip an i I i America in the interviil tem-e anrl wovpniincut WH- i: that interval, aud a repri'-. nted, and signed his various onslaughts and people mpalhies of many 8i I VM-lmmo that bad In tl.r Irish nocietlcs. c-aih-r! ami expressed r I" those df llie gov- 1 penile I his name to the few estates alone, of the press Mr. of his escape is long as thera able in visit between the sen- saw that the x'riitely eating away soon as ihnt became from these while in 7U) panslu n l-oxes lor K.OO lent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE ODAJRASTEK SIX BOXES Tu cure any case. Wilh order receive by as for six boxes, accompanied with w will send tbe puroauer onr written gwiuutv U> i-cluiid tbe oiouey if the treatment cious no n only by MUN noc'tt PilABMACY. Aw.it, Ceai, i, Dunkirk Jf. T. Allertnn Lowers His Record. In Nov. great ,tall on AlU-rton, record made over .his track last week, started twice Sntur- lay m-iin-t his newly-made record and oweied it eucti time, There a very leavy wind to face i-n the' half, which irevented his niakin.; a lower mark than le did. The great ec-lt was driven by his 'Wiicr. C. W. Williams. The first mile vas in nle without a break in the fast ime of The second mile was a epetition of the lir.st, excepting that he owc-rod his newly-iivivlo record erofic second, making his present rec- ___________________ Illln.tU Coal Miners Strike. CHICAGO, Nov. Times special from Morris, Ills., sny.s: AH operators of coal mines in ihe vicinity of Morns Friday a statement that they had ad- vanced the juice of coal 25 cents aton, aud give a. a icasou that owing to the Mc- Kink-y prices of groceries, shoes, clothing meat, n- well as of feed for teams, had largely advanced. Tnoy pro po-ed to pay I ts per ton of the 25 cents in to ihu but the latie-r K-m.iii k-d 10 ,he-r, ceuts which the i.per-tors refuse I to pay and baturdai I.K-I. nil went on s.rike. f-ciT.-tury of the Treasury Greatly Worried Their Selection. X.iv. selection of sites for public buildings is one of the duties which gives the secretary of the :'ry wirh li-ss tinned t'np results to him, at least, than perhaps any of Dublin other duty he ha- to perform Ami at di-t tbe present time I.e. is in tue throes and W front ilom-oi a conspicuous hnuse in Dub- lin without am disuuise- HI all. We drove m n lriemr.s can-nice to Dulkoy, supped at the house nl .Mr. Heaiy, and that night at midni-ht we were n.wecl aboard the yacht St. Patrick, which set Irom Kingston at sa i 1 i n a gale on i p. bile we were wins provisioned before the start the appeal lo the people of America lor funds to allay the suffering resuliinu fiom tho failure of the potato crop and lo aid the evicted tenants aud their searcaly less nii.seraiil fellows in their .struggle ugaitisc outrage aud oppression. ng person cvci i unaideil. arnijT niMhim- I loi ihe society of llie world, her lile was devoted to her dear onus and to the care of those who had none else to cure lor them Her i Id irii-nds, who met her as a bride, will nor forget her per -iiial lUtnioiivi'iio.s, and the lnvelincss of her cLiinieler which unh ilcepcned as it niiilti t-tl MIC ICHVCS nn'only dnugli- i.-r to comluii the he..irt-biokcii lius band. Theeugincer's and switchman's pii'. lOc Yankee letter blocks...............5Uc Panii land scen-js changeable section- al pictures......................45C Tho united states msp DUMle.......28c Modes of travel. Cut up .............23fi up panorama..................28c The stimshed up locomotive. A me- chanical puzzle for hoyu .........45c Infantry ........................gsc German A. B. C. and buildine blocks.65c The game of Thcprofessional guinc1 of base ball..33c Sectional checker board puzzle......18c Tbe conjuror................ Litlle The saxon stone building box .....25c .....23c .....85o ......88c .......68c .....Bos .....9Sc Cavulleria............ Model fchip puzzle___ The saxon stone building box Lotto....................... Lotto....................... Japanese checkers Halma..................... Circle circus......................tiftc The game of round the world with Nellie Illy........................'i8c Clieckcr boards ...................lOc Checker boards.................. 45c Eckha.............................73c Brudley's raaminotli toy village___23c Dolls Bazar. Doll dressmaking.....4.8c The peerless parlor and lawn tennis set............................80c Speclrograpb or optical drawning iij> ..49c ..880 .25c .73c paraius The International miitble game ...7oc Uoinbinaliou doll churl....... -----45c Maye'ahoops.................. Notice to Klcclion. luy, Novcui- i and close llecnptlon to O'Ki-lon and Uillon. NEW roBK, Xov. association gave a reception to ----gilt OUt igam before t tit- secretary by parties in- terested in dispiisini; (ll hiie.j' cjtber than (hose selected by the ngent, and in nine eases out nf ten, of improper mo- tives mi the part of Ihe agent are made. Ijy the leal estate penjuc who are interested in other MU-S. the larger cities where  f heie, aril afterward divide iu t or three parlies tlie countrv. anil make a tour of An Knglnee-r'n Ghastly Find. AI.TOONA. Pa.., Nov. morn- ing an eiiL.'ini-cr when passing Uni'ou fur- nace, a short distance west of this city, ,coked out of hi, engine and saw the body a man lying alongside of the track. He stopped and picked him up, the man lying in a few Ui.s head was -pli. open and his throat cut from ear to A bloody r.'zor was found near. His clothes were wet as though he had been in the rivir nearby. The authorities rhink he was murdered and the body laid .n i he track to divert suspicion. They ire nn-wse-archinpc for clues. The man H i.ipan-nily an Italian. His name is un- known Hold ICoblM-ry at Mendville, Pa. CLEVELAND, Nov. ;-i special to The Leader from Mi-ailville. Pa., states that at i late hour S-itimlay uiglit two men knocked at the do.n- of the Well-Fargo company's otlico while the agent ivas rnnnting his mouey and making up iiisrepuii Jle admitted them aud was it once sozcd, bound an I gugsted and the nen secured from the1 open sr-fe money to tho nniount of to IS, 000. They left dm bound o-i the oflice floor, but after a t.lm-Ue in getting loose and g.-ivt-an ni.iriii, lint was so nervous that be could but liltle information. Clmr-j-c'il With Ci-linliial Libel. SAN I-'KANCIPCO. Nov. 3. Charles Hirsch, one of the owners of The Evening Post of this city, li.it been arrested on a charge of criiniivil libel, preferred by Louis D. Wallenstem of the Hub Clothing hou-e. In tho m-ticle in question Hirsch al- leged that alU-nste.n w is caught steal- ing from K os Urcm., clothiers, and that affidavit that John D Siebe he had simif l he late Hirsch tried ,o lil-tckniail out of In ihe a steiu said that hi- heard the money or tin- paper would fight him in his race for the assessorship. St. Grand Jury Denounced. ST. Louis. Nov. state grand jury has handed in a '-weeping denunciation of the whole grand jury system and called for its, abolition. The leport declared the giand jinn a superfluous adjunct to crim- inal jur s.irudence, am! a-serted iu most ca-ea it hinders and delays the adminis- triiiion of justice, it utfortls the members when so inclined i ho opportunity lo gratify mt-lic" or lo the repu- tation of reputable men. TVarrt-n aunt Miller to Fight. XFVT >.ov of aurtv.'Mienf for a fiv- ounce glove fight on O'BRIEN AND DILLON'S MISSION. A ehcnslie Sfnti'iiieilt of I lie Ohjnrt "f Their Visit to NLW Viiiiiv, Nov. statement pre- pare.! and Usiied lot In- p.ihlic liy n'i ricu and Ddlon seis forth that they 'in- in Ahi-rii ,i in thud, anil with the. .t .i Parue-Il and the lush piiliam.'.iiarv jiarty. Mr. I'nrnell hitii- "ellellud i.e mec-ting cmnmis- smneil mem 10 come here 'Ihe party in hvland are moro unrre.i and dei.-rni'ined than ever. They believe in ilr. P.iriieH's policy and are prepared to undergo any s.icritiee in that stead- fust ly "li is not necessary for us to say that we did nor quit Tippi-rnry to evnde" the spn- tence of the Keniovablc-b should be only permanent y banishing cmrseh es Irom the eiainli di-uracing our cause the people, who loathe cowardice ol all things." Tre> iou, to their depart nre from Ireland they were ,lia loued police in tbeir every movement, but ihe result showed that the whole population were on the side of the National'sts. since neither threats nor bribes on the part of the gov- ernment availed to pinclire of the police the-lightest hint c f their movements or whereabouts. Mr. Ha. four has placed them on the ol the most desperate criminals, yet he dared not ask their ex- tiad.iion from France or America. "The Tipuerary prosecutions were in- tended to prevent our Arueiiean nvssion. Our escape doierrnined on to carrv it out. The keuiotf of Mr. Ualfour's rec'-nt policy was 'truck i a s'.eech iu the house of roniiii'us in which he was forced to comes, that ail bis nnp-s of the -nicfess of coercion now lay m inn tipiying evictions to such an exent as to swallow up the evictci tenant-' fund. I-i pursuance of this policy the government and the landlords have been engHg.-ii for the past uiomiis in clc-ariuu wiioio estates of tur-ir populii'ion. The last hatch of evic-liuni cniupleted iheilepopula- UO'i o! the Puusonbv which once I over souls. In this way I.SOU families, or about 7.HOJperson's have been evicted tor the -pecial purp se ot -.-'.'idling the evicted ten cuts' fund wilh ti.e cos! off i-diiisr, mid inninini.i- ing Mr. Baltnui- knew we i.iediti-te-d an appeal to America, a'ld if we could be stopped he catc'iiiiteii that ncitliing conM aver, bankruptcy, and breakdown among the te.iantb' cnmhinations before our countrymen in Amp ic con] I re.uize the government's game. Hence the Tipperary arrest-on the eve ol our dejmr, lire on a charge grounded upon state neuspaper articles and speeches ranging overa period of I Iteen months. "The home council deliberately delayed the proceedings, while the evictions were every week increasing and our resources ruun.ng out. We waited at Tipp-rary s-o loug as there seemed the least, chance of facing a prompt disposal of Ihe charges. As soon as the government's tactics were unite clear we came away to appeal to I America against Mr. Baifour's ignoble dodg.i tor a starving out of l he tenantry. We will, of course, return the moment j our business is quite If we shall have in ihe meantime secured Ihe means j ol preSL-ri lug the Irish ranks unbroken i until the general election we will not grudge Mr. Balfour whatever comfort he FATAL TERMINATION OFAQUARRCL A DNputH Over .Some Cattle Bt-sults In llo.ililn Mm-a-r and .SuiiMcln. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 3.-Y blnony tragedy occurred here hist ev, u- iug, including a double murder followed the. suicide of Uie niurcleier Benjamin F. Kogers und William K. Rogers, Jr., are brothers engaged in the commission business and stock raising. Snturdav night some of their caltTc strayed into adjoining meadows belonging to a farmer mimed George Robin-clue. Last evening the Rogers brothers went after their cattle and a dispute arose between them and Robordgo over tlic ov, ncrship of several of the animals. The quarrel grew warm and Robordge went io his home and returned with a double-barreled shotgun loaded with sing-. Before tbe brothers could retreat he lired at Benjamin, literally blowing olf his head. The second barrel was dis- charged at William, fatally wounding him m the u.., k and breast. Holmnlirs reloaded the gun and returning to his barn dive-ted himself of coat, hat an.I shoes. Pliic-ing the ban-el of ihe cun beneath his chin he with his toe aud head. pulled the trigger blew off ihe top of his Clmrgivl With Polsonlns H Mollier. NEW YORK, Nov. Schwoercr has been in jail in Jersey City nearly tbren weeks on suspicion of having poisoned his mother 'Ihe chemist who analysed the woman's stomach reported that he found one-twentieth of a grain ot arsenic iu two ounces of the contents. Dr Mc- LauRhlin explained that he had adminis- tered medicine to Mrs. Schwoerer which contained arsenic. Chemist Phillips said the quantity of poison in the woman's stomach would not cause death The accused is still held. The police want to know what his mother said in German just before she. died to her sister, Mrs. Me- Farland. A German Prliiler Commits Suicide. PlTThBUllG. Nov. Fischer, a German printer employed onThe Froiheits Freund committed suicide iu his room, B33 street, at H o'clock last evening by banging himself to a bed post. The suicide was not only a peculiar one but a most determined one. Fischer hanged himself to the bed post of an ol-l- fashioned bedstead by tying a yellow silk necktie around Ms neck, then with his knees touching the floor, riving an agoniz- ing death by slowly strangling himself. The only cause assigned for Ihe suicide is that Fischer had been drinking heavily of late. Briefs from Washington. WASHINGTON', Nov. received by the Marine hospital bureau from the United States consul at Valencia, Spain, report 101 cases and sixty-three deaths from cholera in that city, from the 4th to the 12th of October The United States consul at Hiogo, Japan, reports on Sept. 11 that Asiatic cholera was epidemic at Osaka, Japan. At llir.go the d'seas- has appeared, but, the number of ca-es had not exceeded fifty per week. and Robbed. COLUMBUS, Ind., Xov. Knotts went to Long Bridue over the White river last night and waited for Charles a farmer, whom he knew had considerable money. When Young approached the bridge Knolls pointed a revolver at him and and fled. Young on-e notified the police, who started in pursuit, coming np with Knotts some distance from the city. He at once opened lire on them and they ran away. Knotts fled into the woods nearby and escaped. Diphtheria EpMemlc In Ohio Tillage. CLEVELAND, Nov. special from. The polls will ,'ponTi li r 4lh. at r o'clock a. m o'clock p in All inspectors anil el.-rlc, ,-h their respective polling place- u cluck n m.. ivcci' ami give ip; tor same. CHAN AUKLL, Town CM. tk DI- at (i -id GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify, July 28, 1800. (o the purity, strength, effect- iv and constancy of composition of tk viiiaud's.Superior Baking Powder, I s- adopted the same for use in mylm ie." IIKNRY A. MOTT, Ph. D. Lain U, S. Out. Jhemitt. Clnsscs for dancing will open next I-ndrry evening, Xov. 7ih, at S p. m theiiew Union Hull, avenue, and for juveniles Saturday at 2 p Nov 8. i lasses will IKI foimt-d tor I g nners and advnnced pus'ilo. For o'lhe-i infoniialion call at any time or ad.lress Hrs. Speira, T.l Gnswold ,-t. I.nk.- Nolci The und stakes showing tlie cliiinnuK iu the harbor will be removed by ihe United Slates supply sleamcr ilazc bclweeu the loth and the 3uih, probably. 'Ihe lollowing notice has been issued fur this district: OFI-ICK OK U S LI.IIIT 1 l.N'sl'Kl, t'Olt. Tli.vril DlSTIUOT. HUKI--.U.O, X V., Ucr. Notice is IreivbyuivLii that the removal ir the winter PI llie buoy- in that poi lion of tin- T'eiitn Light House District, by Enc, und I be Detroit Hiver, will Ijcgiri about JS'ov. Kith and piobubly be compluicil Nove'iilier h. buiHil sea.a.m.. will be lefl lo mai k Hie mure important .-t.Ui.jns as MI place id' the buoys remove.I. t'he in .Nnigaia river aud the har- bor ol' liull'aio will lie left in position as long as possible, and np.jn their removal no buoys, will be leu iu tliase loca.ilies. C JIAIILKS V. (SlUUl.KY. Uiimniamlcr U. S. .Navy Inspector tenth Lujnl- HouBL. Dislncl, Captain Heiihain, who inveaig ited the wreck Hie Golden Fleece Here, is now examining Into tin; Uu. Ci'ostthwailc al Asiitiilinla tu feeml iu your vote to night to men-use ihe number of shines m the Savings and Association. Ollicer John Juy ai rested three men foi drunkenness and disorderly concliiut, uu Elk street above- Ocuouci. ycsleiday. flicy were All were Brent aud ers. Two ol them, Thomas James bullivuu, baid Uiey wcie hhoe- uiakuis, Ijuutid fium Toleuo to Koch' s- er. Jbelbiid claimed io be belling ntigb lor a livelihuud. lie gave his uuuic lib Janus i'tniiey, aud said he cauie t mm at. L uis. On his ueisou, in a pocketbook, were nearly twenty cheap giuiutuek rings. liutner is a Uauu io not kuuwu jet. iroiu the lluflalo (Jourier of Oct. 21st: AuoiliBi weuii ot excellent vaiiely given Lin, Louu oil-eel patrons in ihe aiiUOuvillj ilodel liurleoque and i' .CumiJiiuy. ihe Ourluiia, "iUu Luromuiuu ol Ihrj ojietij I lie evenings eulciuiumeui, altei winch cuiue Lliu lolluwiug Mlas Huoy ilart, iu sougo: J. K. Mullen aud Auute IJunu, in a 'Legal Auvicu' .Ui- ooug-; fiauli oli entitled Uul Keynolds, in Uoldle and bailie oi. Cluir, iu ouug3 uuu UUIICCB; I'nuuc- oalsuma, wuusu juggling jb somelinug uucilul; Van Auiieu uud Levaii, a utuuruouial Imr mam, in lunlliug icals. "Uoldeu hjcUb" Is the btirleoque euUo llie eveulug's auiUBeuieul, In u lliu lull sireuuiu ul Die company peatb; J. K. Jiut.eu aa Juu Jauia aud Uulam ao do very vei work. TIIE cuubCiou-iie.ss ol having a remedy .1 Hand lor ctu.ip, [jueuiiiuuid, sore tiiroiil, toltia, is verj consul in_ loa paiciu. all a uollii; ol Aj er s Ueny iu ihe iiuu-e, oue leels, iu biiwii cast-, a sense ot fteeuiity uolhs lug eiae can give (Afl to the "T that Clcvclaud's Superior Tiak- I" I 'owder contains Cream of Tartar, i'l' arlionntc of Soda and Flour." Lali. U. H. Chemul. E. G. LOVE. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder Is tlicj best in quality, the highest in leavc'ning power and perfectly wholo- f-ome." A. F. UNDE11WOOD. Chemist for U. 3. Gov't, 1830. Cleveland's Powder Absolutely the Best. SPECIAL 4IT An aclivi! I f KH10O monthly if miiLu ities lor inlviitHM'. to r.'pr upon ibio New Vork linn c IMiumfitcturcr, ANNOUNCEMENT iiot man. Salary with opportun- jni (OCUHJ a to. lU-frn nrt'H, tik N.Y. T A I'jtU'ipi AHHi-iiuvH, HI.'. 7th WuBhlliRUm, D. C.opp. l'. S PjiK'lllOf- flcc ruUintH, ami Hci-un'tl. Miirkhrcjrit-U'rc'l. All Pah-m for l-'ct-n, Inrorinathin, Advice bpccial uont on rcrnioot. OA. Uurlieo uinhcH lo iinnotii ro lo ilio in Jtiut p itioiih in partio ular. lhaL iiu lias piiicluinfil the hiiildinj; llUM'lv liy it. II. Third Mlrwt.liuri Illtucl it up i ninJ in prepitrt'd io lltr-t TtinnkniK for pant of the future. Utirpuclfullx, L bohciiu tn 10 pri'foiTfd .-an furni-li u llorno and givti tlit-ir whole t.im- to the litisnifbH. hiwro nn.niunlH itiay cniiiloytMt alart. A few Vdi'UlirU'H in I .u ii-. iin'il r.itM-h. U. F. .fuIniHon 4, ,Mjnu-Kt., ivichiijiiinl, VH. Dry Goods and Carpets. AMICIIICAN III.OOK. 3961-402 -Main Street, BUFFALO. S. Y. liave tlie largest assort- nent of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We :-urry a complete line of NET- TLKTON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and '.tylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fvred to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULI IVAN SON, 2 1 y Centre Street C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN ST., HDFFAI.O. N. V. DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches and Ji-welry, Cl'.r'kh.Vil vcrwaic. l.catlicr CJoodn, etc KN'IIIA i'l .VCV,  e so. From us you can Icain ai.oul the newest fashions in dry goodo, in nil that pertains lo ladies' wear, such us dress goods, clonks, etc-..; in gcntli; gloves, bo-iiery, underwear, neckwear, ami ins UAIN STilKSCT, BUFFALO. Y ELY'S Graan Cala CATARRH I-'lie Di-slrojs I-i.flon Tons ol Hny. Ind., Xov. Grand Mead- ows, the largest bar iann in Xoriheru ,1 Indiana, c-ontainhm WU wa, ou fire by hunteis. up tons Of Nov. before ilii.- A'nlnbon'e-lub hi this clln rtenve from keeping us in jail for our Lima, O., states that the village of Mercer, city )mu- been liy Tommy Warren 1 near is afflicted with a scourge of ol Calif .rni.i .uid iominy Miller of Indi- "e essBQCe Tory policy in Ireland diphtheria. Xine children died dnring whole vvo A hipputiim.no w uiuiaiug born in Vork r i "''r i" 0Ul oto Vjo t H 'lmcr uds, e for a purse idfJMtothe AN infallible sim of physical decay is sl'eplessncss; if this is dangerous in an adult, it is deadly in early childhood. Dr. Bull's Biiby Syrup will always assist in cjomfoiting the baby. IT has proved undoubted usefulness we refer to Old Saul's Catarrh Curs Price 25 cents. luuth of Nature makes the island purchase on the landlord's own the week and fourteen new cases l-boAAUu Ihu neuiuli tor a couiuioii terms. To effect this the tenants' combi- ported. The schools have been ordered it IB louud iu Ayer's nution had to be stamped out. The whole closed and the inhabitants are leaving the the reputatlou ot which la own as rapi.lly as possible. j wiuu, haviug largely superseded (Ailntinnal Telegraphic News on :ir.i page.) .olllur uiedicine in uae. force of coevoion during the past four Wtild- A IM .ipiilie.1 into cnch nostril and In every :inrcuaMc. i'n.yi.Klccntaat llrugiriau: by mam H BKO'I Warren etc.; and in carpels, dni teiior house decorations. The newest Fall nncl styles are ready in all departments. A. won- derful lot of attractions and Lirgnins on every band. If you want n dress, here arc able fabrics from the world's centres of fashion, choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want dry good" of any kind, or a book (we iniiHii'i forget the come to ua aud sec the fashions if you can't come, wrilc. and learn what is fashionable in wenring apparel, in house furnishings and iu liieratiirc. Don't wait to have Tachion thrust upon you. You can achieve: fashion by trading here, and achieve ii reasonably. We solicit corresponclc-nre about any- thing in our line of business. Samples are sent fieely, queries answered in- stantly. Contrary lo the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mails a grcal success. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOO.JH Atli AMKUICAN BLOCK. Itfl-TAJ.O, N Y. CHAMBERS FRASRR, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. B'i'g. BUFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures -'S '3 IEWSPAPER! EWSFAPERl   

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