Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Wellsville Daily Reporter Newspaper Archive: February 11, 1889 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Wellsville Daily Reporter

Location: Wellsville, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 11, 1889, Wellsville, New York                                 ri"- YVI« ÄO.  Tilt Old OoGlors  SV.«',  te vi  K' ■ f.  ttl  _ _ _ _____^^^ ■  ^ tOtevttH^, d Bloo4{ aad tl It mûfy wtíí mmtÊâ ütat b« blood  fittMw II m,mmim m  mm*. WftjKMfbt nM^ittTte»r«nd  wtt« toM tlwt M «Iterattv« nwUdM «M M06MÉiy. Ajrw'ft awM9«dU* ..iwiiip ■ •  Reeommehclecl  •bpT» ftU otb«», w« Qstd ti «fih «Bsr. 'Vtloiui rMQltt. TÍm aor* be>l«<l «ad Mtfc tod ttnniíthjiAnidljr retnnwd." —J. J. Arnstroog. Wtíauur, TexM.  «•X lliid Ayet't SarMMtrlllft to b« «b MtaísM» téttuáy fot ib« car« of blood diMMM. I «rescribo U,MMlÍtdoMth» jrork «ve»]^ time/'- L Pater, M. MAnbatUo, Kanaaa.  ^ "Wé htf «oíd A^rer*« Sartapartíl» bem fot wt tbirty years and atwuB reoommend it wlien aakcM! to ñame tho M Wood.|mrifler."-.W. T. McLeaa, 1>raggitt. Augusta, Oblo,  ** Ayer'i medlcln«» oonttnne to bo tbo itandard remedia ia «pite of alt cora-MtItlon,"-T. W, B¿aumuá, Bear U^. Mlob. , *  Ayer's Sarsapáriíla,  'mrjAtsi'Air - -Dr. il. C. Ay«r ílt Co», Um»R, Mttt. rnot 11; «U btiitíM, $i. WortbIfialtotUe.  A COMPI-ETE LINE Oh  Fris'tDai ne(i & Bottled Goods  CAN BE FOCKD AT  K.W. VAILS  ALSO A FULL LINT OF .  STAPLE Alll Fine. GOODS  TEAS & COFFEES  ASPECIALTY.  BANKING OFFÍCIÍ  O I-  HENRY N.LEWIS  'AItb kmv)»« EC-Ciinr, X am now iu'ly fiqulpp-d 5« BiTve rou In everything pertaluln}? to legttl-saatab&nujng. D«mandi JepoaiVH received aiut liberal interest a'owed oa tlmo acposiiK u« fctaiAj of the CUiiCount mRrkct will warraut.  Domestic and Foreisn Exchange and Passaare Tickets Soid at Boat Rate»,  Old aad tifrw cuatOEom arc cordially in\Uod ■jc-pea aocviunta, ftud ratr doatln^s j.'uarantojtl IIKNRY LEWIS,  111 Main ftv.. .'.tiui-.uiis v., Apni i?'^;.  PASSETT HOUSE  the Very Latest K«w» Gathered Presh From Every Quarter.  TWILL BE A BUSY WEEK.  N. Y.  WKLLöVlt-LK  S. H.CAMPBELL,  ÄB*Freti 'Bua to und itovi G<nìà Sample Boomn od first.  Prop.  nU ìruiuf..  CALL AT  • ■. ■ —-r- • ■ ■  THE MOUSE WILL HOLD SEVERAL  EVENING SESSIONS.  ■ ^^--  A gu Nuiuh^r of ItaporU and Atipro-prlttUoii nillii tl>at Bat» Ctot (o W I>f«yó»«(l of—Mr. li^vkris TPUl 8p«»k oé tho Textts Otttragcs —• We4newltiy th« Electoral Vot« tFJIt b« Coantcd.  Wa-siiungtox Feb. 11.—Xh« scnaU will tuftko an effort dun'ng the present week to" dUpov> of th^ naval appropriation biUj tbe confcfeueo rtjwrt on th« iutyrstat« commerce bill, tha census bill, tho Paciilc railroad fund ing bill, tho resolution rciUtlng to tbe eleo-liou oulmges ia Witóhingtou couiity, Tt-sns, and perhaps Senator CbumUer's resolution to Investigato tbo Louieiilua cliKtion outragcn; The naVal appropriation bill is tbo only bill from th? appropriations coiuniittoo now on tbo «»lenilar of tho sen&to,  Tbo euudry civil bill ii now uudor cousld oration itt tho crnninSltco, but It vfill bardly be reported beioi-o the end of tho week, and it will not bo taken .up for consideration until tho week following. Senator Hale intenda to call up tlio naval bill to-tHy, but ai' £«nator Evarts d«»sirt's to make a fiiKwh on hi» lipport in tbo Texai outrag/r-s matter Senator Hale will givo wny for a time for that purposo.  It is the Intention of B<?uator t'uilcim to call up tho conference report on tha pro-poHtd amendments to the iut^rstiilo com merce act Monday or Tueisday. It will bo debated at some length as Senator Sherman ia anxious tbat the Sfonate should rcoo<lo from if«« dÌ3agrtv.'mont to tho house amondinont. ibis disfUi^ion of the appropriation bill and the oonfenrcfl report may postjjono thè furthiT ciMUiideration of the Patifio railroad fuadiiig measure until tbo end of the weeit. ijiuator Hale will call up bis censi» bill («it»om the middle of thè wwTt If possible. Heantime a catious of K«;publ)fan acnatom will be belli and soniu dviterniinaliun r«icbed as to tho timo fur . iho consideration of the Chandler resolution for investigation qf elee iìM outrages in L«uli,Ìanfu On AV'edaeadaf, both bouv.-s will moot in the ball of the bou'W of rcprreeatativo-4 to count tho oh« tomi vot«?. No l"gislRtivo lju«jiiif'tsi will be transact€'d on tbat  In tijo hou.-ie during the ivimin;» \\ei.k there Are many ivporttj and bills that will be brought for«vaid for ronsiduratiou. To-<lay is Diatriot of Columbia day, but di.^trietmat^ ti^r^ win undoubtcciiy !)o suboi-dinatod. Mr. Crisp will i-ndeavor to «vili up tlio Small Elhott cl'X'ticn ca^This will prubahly occupy two day.s. r.itrly in tho week Mr. Mc Crvio-y will lull up th" oonforonctì ro}K)rt on tbe consiilar iind iJipIomalio bill On Mon flay, bifore lilt« i^Ivctiou cas^ i-* i\ni!5Ìdi!ned Sir. Sprinqvr will endeavor tii call up The conft-reijco ri-jxjrt on the territorial bill. This will Ukeiy citu.'j.« deU'ito. Mr. Fo»jl has the Indian opproj-riation bill r^ady to roi>ort, and desiita, if pt«sib!c', to call it up on Tbursilay. It is barily poji.iJ)hi iliat Mr. Cowles' bill to rGi>eal th« Ujl<a';c'j tax may 1» rvported from ilie apitropriatioiiii comnnlt.»?«, in which event iliS cfu-Iderati^-is w ill be demanded by Mr. C<>« hs ai  LaitT in tlie wot-k tho l-ist oi tiio r^t^ulnr appro}'nation bill—tho deilciency l'ili—-will lk> rcporti?'.!, atjd Mr. Riitidiil! will ask its consideration. T}>.»> i>o-t"iVKsj app!\'priiition Lili eonioi over as uumii^hcd l>u>.ij)f »à, and Mr. Blount wiii the iìr-,t opportunity to have, tbo houso connidtjr it, Mr. Ffird is alio lookiiig for an opjorrur.ity to have hia immigration bill c'oii'jiù.3iv\i. " And JTr. Oatots his bill in regard to iii;.mrauzativti. i5->iVoral night sc;..-.ioiià bavo ah^fidy L^-.-n ordt>r.i.l und it is probablo ti>;\t the bousi' durisj'j; the cum-!tig w.«c'k l>t! Murkinu: n)i;Lt JXi'd day to di-poso of urjrt :it ii-i^M.'Uiou.  Tho appi'opi'iati'j» howoVL-r, fjvo more luiviiuocxl than u'.u(d, whii'li }j£Vos uu'i'e timo for other mntteju-  aUprobabUltjrlM ^MirUv« wmo^ ACliwtiuiitt4ii|i«tâ»  te M^'pipvt''lÉ^MMí iwsl^ meiHtó**M% 'àmÊfpm^ mét^  ffiiaKHkUMlWÚMdiy WorvObriitoMk \ firn mâN» mèmM MnvmêmAmfià^iL. BaomXaéiédot»ttíiif«lioi»attr. OnD^ im, at 9 p. m.» 8h«rott filed * bill t» dliroro«fronihl»fontt«r wûà On tba ft^ ha went iato court, and In twenty miunt««. tiM jode« liadord«r«d (Im tQrtitaoiijr itnmtß up. It appear« Hbaron tbonght bo was a frAi man. H« told tha ooorttfaatMat 19, im¡  h«.T?«n« to Wtädaor« Canada, to marry a girXbntfaUia tova witfa and marriad è j^wnfut sister.  Th^ feifil hotbHT in Chicago a weuk, aód Um brida wa* diaaatfsftad, to th»y boanM for a time at tha best hoMf. Onadajr^tebi« retara lie fo^ottd Florutoa had Mt hiin for a gayer life on Third «venae. Then she wenÉ to New York, til a letter dite «aid tba pre^ fnrred a fast life to beiag a true wife, and  THE HYDE MEETINÖ.  THE SOCIALISTS CON&UCT THEM* SELVES VÊftV OUietLY.  hoped he would not interfere with bor. Now, however, Judge CoUitu, before whom the oaae was tried, eayB a decree has cot been granted; tbat be merely followed the muali order and made a nòte tliat tbe teatlmony kfaould bo written up;  A GAMBLER KILLED,  LI CARON WAS A SOUHClt  m  CVeu in » Drnnkeu K.»w viilU roar Men and U Stabbod to Death.  Dasbcrt, . Conn,, Feb. J, Dyion  was stablwd and killed early 5 cstei day morning. He WM 2$ year« old and a son of the Widow" Dillon, who keeps a resort on Ivea •treet. Pillon and Jani«« Chambers bad Juert left Miko Brannis* saloon and were intoxica-ted. The)' mnt four men near Htillriver bridge and Dillon got into a quai-rcl with otta of the fitrangera! ChamlxTS pulle^l him away but a moment later ho ran back and renewed tbe quarrel. Shortly after be foil in front of the Grand Ct ulral bot«!, exiling for help. Ho was carried into tlio hotel and died ia a few minutes.  It vritji found thai ho i;ud l>fjon »tabbed in- tbe left hrca-^t, a largo blood vcisel Ixilng severed. liiternal bemorrbftge had ensuM and prov«l futi»L Dillon was a profe-SHional gambler and ^as considered fn export in handling the citrds. Tbe'police think tbf-y bavc a clue to the mur-da'er, but no arrest ha3 yot been made.  Mrt*. I'nefcard Vooled th« ISpooh.  Falx, PviVKR, yiiv^, Feb. 11.—When Bridget MuDad« died hbe left bev boiwe and land to her stetxlaughUir, Mary McDade, by her will, but ilra. Dr. Packard produced a deed, pn.>j>erly witneissedand record«!, show»  ing that tho docoaseti had dcoddd tho prop« erty to hor. Then ÄIrs. Packard got an ax, broke iuto the bouse and took })0^ssion. Äbiry McDade, afitr failiug to evict her by ordinary methods, caused a ghost to api»ar in tbe house at nudnigUt, thinking thnt it would scaro Mrs. Packard out of her wits a-s well as out of tlie house. Tho gho-..t made no impresüiou uixìn her, but it bad a very alarming effect, ujjon a malo t^omant. When ho saw the ghobt be aeiaed un ax, but changed hiá mind, shut him'ieli up ia hia room and the nest niorniu;; la!ide<.l hia furniture on tho sidowatk. Ho hasu't fi«>.'n suice. Ttia  ghos-t iltd, too. Meanwhile \Mjí'. Packard, more .^ueno than over, holds full ptjssessiou, but ^ho !uis iiie ax alreaily lor tho spook.  JeFC JDuvig on Itucc Itlot».  Ari.AM'-\, Feb. ll.--Iu a t-er=>onaJ lelu^r to Park Couinil-isioner llix)t of tbLs city Mr. Jeff'Th'Mi llfivis wTitr» ci-inrprniii¿; the rnct» riot« in Mis-,i-aipj.>i: "The tenikucy to change peenid to ¿jrow upon the nogrcxn with the iu-duly;enco of their right to leave at will. Tho accounts of riots iu thin state bavo beon gTcaily exaggerated. Though it may t^-'eui singular, it is truo tbat tha race conilicis giiicrally oct;ur whfro tho negroes ar«3 few compurod to tne whites and tho perbOU'd z;»-Srociation much cIossTr than ou tbo plantations. On our iilotid wo have 5iX) or 000 blacks and say tt-u or a dozen white-î. Thcru ha^ never bûën tt diáturbuuoo ainonj; tljem. Wo for bcveral year^ had a negro magistrate. H» has no;v p-u« away, but iwiore bin dejwrturo a we)l-l>ehiivc<l, soU'r young ^aan dofwited the negro in th« la^it election cunte.st, whieb at least .shows tbat tho negiwi to a litrtro extent aro willing to trust a whito mou, "  N* AfveAta Madi^flal|i»wr aa« tha eramvnt*« iHelk INniMiMMnI—Mn  HaUour \iritm» AmCIiot Metier Wlilcli Wltl Oct film D«»iwr la tha Mir« of XHaapiiratiil—Irteli Knttttratlo%  Lo:!«iKtx, Fob. n.-'In q>{t« of the fact (hat the heaviest «now itorm that ikntdon has teen thi» wlnuo' prevailed througbout tbe tftemooo titer* wm an enormdua <arowd at the protect meeting In Hyde park yesterd%f. The gathmag waa «ntireljr orderly and gtl'e the police, who were c^pectinj troubio, not the «lightest opportunity to exercise their authority beyond their attempt to keep tiie crowd within bounds and the highways open to travel Not a single arrest Is reported. The stonn reached London at 1 o'clock and at midnight showed no sign of abatement The Btreets ai-e almost ohoke<l with «now and travel 1» w«U nigh su«iiondfld.  Mr. Balfour lias writti»n to Mr. Arntita«;« at Mancbest.-r a long letter, oxplmmtory of the treatment of Mr. O'Brios by theaatbor-iti»«a at Clonmol jaií. Tbe chief »e<Totary cbaracterijKs all of tho atatements r€;j>rei!eat-ing Mr. O'Brien's tronraeut as brutal or oven unoeceíKarily Larsb, a» downright The lettlr, though a aliillful and v«ry elaborate defon.ié of tho govornmwjt, i« manifestly written nudor an absolute, misapprchenaion of the state of \mblic fw'-llng and ia certain to raiso «TitieiMH feimiiar to that aroused by Mr. Balfoiu-'« Dublin sjîeech. It tvaa undoubtedly writtmi with great reluctance and tinder the pi-es^suro brought to bear upon tbo writer by his miuidterial coHoague» who are becoming uneasy as tbcy rtializ« th« potdtion in which tlm Iribh secretary's n'cent act« bavo placed tbem. A ttorn) is iJrewiug, tbe fury of which tbey cannot well fsi-aivs, and tbe anxiety of a majoritj- of tbo cabinet to shirk ro>í}*jín<iibilit,y for tbo government's policy with regani to íK^litical prí-v^jiuns in Ir*îland, is daily boctnning mon-' marked.  Durluif this month of January, shown by tho orticiîïl relurn«i, sixty-eight t.U.^amcr8 took £.'),'»00 t'mi;irat»toi to Bueno« Ayres. Most of th.>io were Irish, but there wa« a fair rcpreiíciiíatioii of filmoi>t every other nationality. A vory siiíali i.rt>ï)orLion of tbe total numlw weri' skiliod wiTrkm.ju. 'Iho Dublin pm?. in twatiu nling on this emigration to lííoulh Auievicai, d.ipli»ro the fact that tbe PTi^tT part i<l' the oniigrnnta were Irlnh, and Wiuii th'i governnu-nt thut its policy toward In'laud j- rapidly dtiKipulating tho country-.  TL'T adn>ir."ity oflieiriN have wMne time psist îbat a or-rtiiin attache of the  depart nv-nt, who ha.s lv-?n in c*>ntlnuous service for twenty-five ycarj, was in tbe {.»oy of outsider»!, to whom be divulged tl:« terms of contracts an.-i «^tber information. Failing to :x>nnrni tiu'ir buipicions by wvcr.-d means which tilt y adofítíxl to di-ti-ct hiiu, they attfiflu'd I'd eltx'tric v h-fí to a drawer :;ontrn('t';, a dfiy (jr two itj^, and rf>-wiU'Jt.d by eatcuiiig tho s'Upectti^ man in tb.o act of ai';itra', tinir dwuii!( !)t«:. The culprit wafi imniwli.'it'^ly di'-tsii-vl from th" norric«, hut; 3S he Î.S hi .rîiiy f<.>n»i-.''í.-d, tbo nlVair has b'j<'n hii>.ht'd and li^ wil! o.-i'-niHi  furtli.'r uum-huietit.  RA8I0 CATS.  . i mmm & coi  AND Tßy A. PACKAGE OF THÇ  CELEBRATED  m m  1  National Bank  OF wrxib^n.Li:, Y,' CAPITAL - : $100,000  C, J. EABNUM, Pietìiàjnt.  Wsr. F. JONES, Vico-Fr^idcut,  F. H. FUEMAN, Ufuduer.  DIRECTORS  E. J. FARNUH, - Wm. WM, COBB. • - GEO. E. BBOWK. F. H. FUEMAN.  cgTA -tJotioml fi«iklag fiaala^a- WàJ&itìteii-kocomi« of Merchaistaj Manulacmrbig Ftrma I adlvtdu&ls »01 Wited. Foreisra lexflhango aud Pa^agor tickets for taleon tavoraì>fò terms.  ■Sew fork oorrespondftnte; Contrai Nattorjai ¿sAìè Reaboard Hauoaal Bank; Enautb, Kaohoa i^nd Stame.  A Mais ttud His Wife lioth Dip fiom ihe KnVct» of lìlte».  MoxiiLi}:, li;»., Feb, II.—The ul'WS ct the .^texrible ^dça^b , o/ ^ije^rj- » ¿»ÍVIÍ»;;,  funuer, who Jiv.ed. bix ;j)iii.>â.bi;luîr -Monreojv from a bite, js now foUoiViid. by^.ÜJ« statx)intj'nt th:it bis wifo i.*; dying from tlio samo caUM>. Saiurday, a week ago, ^Ir, Womac watt sitting by tbo iirts with ono baud hanging down, when suddenly one of the houfo cats sprung ujtou hifi baud and ÍHt t<'n»\i hi.r ;e''th in ono of hi» i;iigt.nî. He elung her and, >>oi¿nig 11 »Lovt-l, feilied ter imníí^ateiy» Tbé '.roasjü'i ■ñ\ Má fìnger' bvon lie;iled.  Ifci.-t S.iturduy luoniiug, jusl uiio wtck Íat^íi, the uíht't^ < at .-^luiai nU ■.imn sri^j^^ vt  iip aiiíi fi' i'ft-1 •=tru( íi. ti liiiur, the tat bit ht i on itn ' hvvì lb r in.-í iMd, luar-i.'ig iKr »R^natii-í, 1 UbL\.d in, «».>.."1 the < at otT and kíllwl ir.  Alxiut ni>(>n his î'iiiL,'r U „.ui tu i-.'.i lì tiiid^ pain bim, íind at night uo was by  •bpa'^ms, which cunt mu'-d untd b" "u-caiii'i to »lidìb&t-hfcì ííiMíd« TTiTtt -oiom^ieHtìi to faí5' ten ima up HI a juam by bim cll, '.^h-'io ho died a mo«t teiTibio deatli froiii '.vjiat w pro-, nouncod byiìrophobia. Mia Wonuics foot i«a's\ollou to thi« or lour tii-n»- li- u.Unral al2« and »shw c-anuot rtx'ovcr.  J>att»» ttw ^Btrtt War ta . «gjtiiiiiiti.  SAXäoimu^ M ta.-*fié JMMtaAi WaMlilagton «peetal «lyat "La Carra, «IIm Bmu*,«* iBimiar §ê>a i^««!»^ fiitt» mmj befara the FaraeU eomniltthw ftt Xoo' dkw l»«tttr«etäif attastloft» Iim m tat«r«tt> ine miUtarr htatorr aixt wdl 1» »I«»tlA«t hf handi^ed« of vcterara of tha olvil war. Henri Le Cairon, by which nam« Im» etit««d t^ military airvias of tha United äutea, en-Uated Aug. 80, in Oosipany A, ^If-teenth JPeonnylvania Gttvalry. km>wn akO^ Anderson*» cavalry «t PtdUiüblphiai ieft thre» yean a« a bugler.  At ihe timo of enlistment he gave hk nam» as abov^ hi« Urthiñaee Pari«, Ftmm», ooctt* nation gentleman. H« meanired 5 feet 6 inches, had dark oocaplexion, dark brown «yea and blaek hair, tie waa ahortly afterward trannferred from Ca A, sante regiment to Co. B, and his proöciency as a bugler waa the cauM of bia promotion to the pàdUoo of chief bugler of the regiment and hLi transfer to tbe non-com m {ssionetl field and staff. This t)0«iti<n) he filled until promoted to a eecond lieutenancy in tbe Thirteenth regiment. United Ktate» colored tnwp», líept. 18, IPaH. Ho was Kubscquently promoted to first Ifeu-teoancy, which pcwition he heiil until the ri^ment wa!» raustend out Jaii. 10, WA  In conversation a iormer memlior of the Fiiteentb cfivalrj-,,wbo aervécì witb LeCaron, meótiormi several .{ncidentt wbJeb he re-memlyrcd—tliat I,e Caron wa« a gr*at correspondent, writing and receiving many letters. Ho wa-i cpîHâidered the l)e«*t bugler in tbe division, was quick and active aa a cat. His bravery in action was pronounced and tbere hp|)t>an»1 to be nothing of tbe coward álMjut b!m. Ther« wa< wme tnystiiry about him which h'n clo^e-^t <'<im5nini.".ji» iu camp could not fathom.  "Tbern .iro m<iuy Hurviv'orsi of Andorwn'« cavalry," said bi/old comrado, ""who will re-nifimber tlK» chief bugler and who may bo able J.) throw further light up'^n thf^ niixbirn spy find iüfornior."  HRE IN  ftit'-'^ir  ORATION KNOWN IN «  A BLOODY SinUGGLE.  An Attvm|it to Burn 1* IVueuu ni.  New York, i'ub, 11.—Firo oiicuvred at 3 o'clock Suuday morning in the ba^uient of the largo leuemout No. 7 Hector btreet, occupied by twenty íamiUt». Tho fb o waa dis-ooy©^ by a tela^ logger before it had gained mut^ headway and axtinguisii¡¿i it was found ,tbat &a attempt bad been made to burn and blow up the building. Bundles of rags eoaked in oil, fueee and packasesof powder wara airaaged for tbe purpose. Tho poJIc« are invtistigaiing tbe mattctr.  A lliintHontc IU-«iue!)t.  Noi'.iasTOW.v, Pa., Fob. 1 i.~Miit:hia.i Iji'gendiv, omploytHl b^ a Norr!>tomn fanner, haabtvn left a fortune of about S1C<),(.H.X) by an uncle'who recently died in Ailcntown. JjCgendri) is highly educated, and canio to this country from Gtrnuuiy b<.:%erid years "cgoi muí  ìnynt ia sicoordíin'co with bis taients' ho accepted a Ji3 a. .,..■ in'ipßiiiidir«;; takea his gocvl fortuno tiui-.'tly and says ho will locate in ììMltimoro, wberu ho bai an uncle who stuiid,s high in Catholic «»ot!' tical circles.  To Estermlniite "I'eacli Velio« s,"  Doveu, 1>c1., Feb. 11. — ilepieô(î.tj.txvti SacKíítt feas mtroducüd a bill m the Jbau^e oti delegití», wbich-ib intended to exterminato "ivaeb It applica to that part c£  the state lynisr south of a imo drawn through  tr^^- -ftftw ift-ir.^ ÙfttV tied,'•h.dl t-e {in.d Î-», anu an}' i-ibon wiling 01 otuppiiig tiU't I II MK h dwt triv'S bhall l»e lintMÌ F^an niin,< cunjini- reu"« ar- t-> be 'dt-ii ut thu btati-'s ei'ii' »«-t  A €>Kiai«B >Ï!iln at riattsbujKíi,  cock il ht t'.'ou pluíY' in thus vill is:;« early iSundey inuinuij:, bftv.o.'U bi-dM onmvoíÍ by Jerry (irogan, rt'prc-^'jnting Pi;att8bnrgb, and biuL> o A ni>i b> D. îîtâso-, rt.pi .-■'■uting Co-b-.'o-.. Tiiemaui woafur $100, und wa-squjcUy won by. CohA11 tha local =p«ii'ts, and a liberal deleganon of the fraternity from Co-li'ôôs, Water lord and Troy wore present, and a large amouut of money changed h'uads oa  the resuVt. _^____  Atuerjcuii KehiticiitH in diîitai, WAam.N'GT-Oíf, Fob. iL—Ina ocmmuüica-tlûa'to-lha-s^i« dcpa.rí:mi3aí- Minister"t^enby 8taí^ tbat tbe numlìer of Amt-ricau citizens now reài^ling ia th© Cbiii&ie empire is 1(02. Of this auuibfer 503 ara uiissíonaslo», T3 are eeafarei^, 2«l are bi tbo Cbine^jaf customs «er«l<» and 153 toUow meroantìla .yursuits. The íwnfationii of 9M are uociaa-iieod  Blv. ïviMit of Swîvu-ieii 1 »tally Cartocl by a Negro ItiirKtui*.  Feb. 11.—.Saturday Mr.  K.-nt, l.-iiuilord "f tbo Ulouce-..ter hotel, at tíwíUi-'. ii, eU.->c-d his huut-c at the usuul hour and uith hi-î wife retip-d for tho night, locking all íhíMÍ.OíU-s including thaï of their lKdro"!o. At an early l.o.ir yoMerday moniinr jIi'p, Kentawi-ke.'aud luardusc-und mude by tin.; >triki'j-,i 'jf ti niitîch. lifuvdng hi.-r,-jtilf she sa^v a li-jgro i'« thr' act of iiijhting a i'nndle. Shi' v<.>ke her hu-lviud, who sprang froin the bed and ^'jnpplecl with the intrud.-r. Mr^«, Kv.it rijravned uud;.r the pillow .'H)'î gi'Hirixil i-.t r busband'i revolver but the o.iîi'il- i">i havii;;:; bc-isn lighted it tw dîifk fili-her to -buv>t the ttrug^Hng í>eü' witboiU Mr.'K-^-tit.  Witti raru cuohu-^'; tbela ly s-trurk amatch, Ii;;}jU>d the condle anvt a,jf:iiu t.'tklng up the ri.-volver iiri-d, htriivinj:^ th<> n^jrro in tho ihi:;l'i, Tt!'.- i:irtt>r ft-ll and crawU-d under the Uli, liti:;-Hud curbing. Mr.-=. Kcat then ran to tbe and unlocki-<l it. The ne¿;ro ■»eí iiig hu-f(('t cam« cut from U-neath tha i»od and r •i.'J.'iq; a l'';>v:)kiiig gl"-;! tiirew it at :iio woni-'i) U nii'-.>-'f<r hiT . bill btrr.ck the •."tndle :nid (•xtingui^lk'i.l it. I'ü ibe dhvkness the and wlu-n tbo i-.iiidr'i was  ligiite«! JÍ1S. Kent di.M-nv.-r'-il tb.'it ii¡>r but, '.'¿ind bud U-^iv l,(.i!-ibly ^lieiu-d-ulvout the ".broat und sli-iufich \wîii a vci/Mr. Au alarm = vTSK,- rcÂ-r^i'î'KiKÎ-' '•■p'lH = -^r ìikì:- II'/  waii abW fcíj i«. of íh'í ñiuí-  .Jûrer,. bwt.dì*;ds£.ùu .ultvi" ' J^vr-s.-.^  ïïy ti!:.-^ íiíii ) the !;i:\riii in tho nei^rhbor-''Cii d '.^.'í and tii'")ii-;uui-í ft men het  .iK I i tiu! 111' "1 ti ( ui't ur At r.ovin a .jl'ii 1 --Mn 1. n I'll l l 111 Mien (ils. - í, • 1' i i* ti.o UM ut- U Il «--v l'I .il •.\uvin>l i dl t H' i-r''i.n\<íi < 1 îin - lo.. >ed \uth u¡ ixi Ib .111 >1 i au, I o'iti'i bu  .'nme, iü» molue, J'« ^ivl, vas r/.hbery;' He had con 'c^í'^i iiiiu m the îv^îroojn  infoi' il 1 n-) s- Í m ' l .'I bn'i ìli-tU t' t tu ' ' u|i<>,i K .T t, in (■ .V. r  ..aWrvfertt ''túi«»*rrfiti 1 Ihr«'.so."'  Ì/>NJ N ] > : li ( .. ! ^uA t'j,. ■ ,1 di' t , .un .1 1 l ) li' Ltld  \ 1 11' tf' , 1 l'I, 1 Hik J » f ti i'  niu!-t ' ; X v . ( " ' - • 'ili i ' < < »UtüLiuii viUA tun" iwi-^'' f inp ¡y^nv'Ti \ -r^^i, Itid l-u...-ind* .'Í f ••i'.'Mi-jip "" icbi'tì\-  HliKskUftoiJi^u b-í-t thr® iure:® afc»  tmdap'^-•'! un MitK i''-I 1 the ^ ¡a i > ■ - li ¡.incal  CUlb-- lit. >! l't» ci t'u^ .1-5 V IJU ^SMi  prohi«<>tv* i-ít^-orptí-d irh re-ì tan: fn -vive<ì | ti b,i'ii. i- 1 t' > 1'-»k<.ikI ' Rld, 'nur j  f'hiC.»,' - .1 -»vo!-* luudf ariusuìu'j  dt-STS-Kl TÎÎ ^ tr»» TPi-V-a <ÌThA -|  li wU l'iti lots Ti'jrt '.'lOi roeiiit'-l in tho In h  X ltr<>»(iful r,pUl(>niic In liulhttiiw  Wakash. Ifid., Feb. Il —,V which  inrarifibly provts fat.i), is opi.î»nr)î'.> in ìbis city fiinong children. Its symptoms at first ar>* tiiosö of or'linarj croup, but in tho later stage« thoy mon) nearly re%emb!e thon» of mf-mbrauou-< dii)hthcnfic croup.' i^o far forty-iovcn d<mtha have iK.-^;urre<L Physici.in.s acknowkulgf! their inaliiliîy to co}« with the diî-fftK\ Itá mvagea wem to b.j contin-.d to tbi.i city. Ih-, J. H. Forti, »t»cint;tary (»f tbe boñrti of iuiaî'tb, «¡ays l.hat yellow fever in its most Viruiont form doc-ai not approach tht« pbft^; of vt'iUfi ill nwiut of farriHly.  Yank«'« »«»g!* tlww Kaoh Othrr.  W.\TKT!in:nv, Conn., F.-b. 11.—A brutal dog tiiili? t(.v.''ï plítív at .'» oVltX'k yesterday morniujc at lla-^' IlnHu-v, ubout two ttiíI'íí Ix.-low the villago of i ro:ipt;ctv The wt-r«; a bull tevrit-r, owned by Billy Freeman of Naugaîiick, a^d a pup, th»^ proj>erty of Dan Madian of Waterbury. Tbi* Wat^-rbury dojj was bsdiy dr'n<- up ni'tfir lighting an h'jiur and forty nunutM. .Sev.iral hundred 'sixirtü from thi-H city and < tis'-r ^xiints along the Naugaturk VuPey wiÎTK--.-,î>.'d th« contcst and coïi.iid'.-rtïbî'.» money ch'xn,,:iii bjinds on tlii* ro-sult. . ___  Xltom.iH for Si-«->-<-îiiry of Hi« WASfUííí.rON, '!) il.—One of the latest t-abin-t rumot-^ civiiit-i .<fii:itor Alii«!'» with bupiH.>rl;ng the cL'iiui- of Uepreseutativo Thoniiii of Illinoi-i t.> tb'p'wiiicn of se^n-Liry of the navy under tbo m-st admini-itration. Mr. Tboiiius has a great "deal of strong siijv port, his acting as a íriemU-r of tho houi-i.^ f,-».>!ismitt>>-> on navaS míI-ui-!« and tbo dt-.dgning of the now cruiser h;t"iiiäc brouj^ht him inu> noiiee recf;nttv.  iMltUiu XVu* Kot- to Hlnm.  Di.iJi.i.v, I'"eh. 11.— Father McF;i'l.Un of Gwee<li.'re iiiih written a defaik-<l ac-r^o-uit of his arrest, oti th'j occa-=i"n of wbi'-h Polico Martin w;».., kilU^d. 11«? hnd, bo de-<-lar»"j, hn entire wiliinuTnei-i to co  with Martin when tha latter produiv^l bss warniîU, aud diti everything inj  hi;.ì po-.\<. r t.) rsufide tbo to diá^vnio Ì  end pt>n:;ir rlie íns^xv-tor lo à.» iiU ìiif  &m mm tmêâ MM mrnitêé*^*^, w^m 'M' té^m^^ mrnrnm ^U-.mr Wjmth MMl mmi»etMhÊ 'iém fffif,. «My t^ wmia t4tlt MMfMié' -  iftrtietiv« Mm wUsk Itat wOm' '«Mi'^ I »kmg the« tm^mt ilinr^liili«M|l| ywl^rday ^ tha tMieimttt fsi if A I4tô and '1414 l^abiiitiirâéitlMiill*':!  rear walbi left standing. ç y'^'i'-,  While tbe llmnen were at work»|iMti«M , , of tbe front wallfoU inward^ killing  tma Bêrtomïy injuring tiëj^t^l  lowing are tbe name» ot Ut» bUhiieilA^^'  Oxotuiie t»«ow«:tt9, 86 years tuenth and Filbert streeto, hoeemaft ae«i«il»» company N'o. 4» ijistohtly killed and hii "  burled beneath tbe debrk  Abkaham r..ACBY, 46 ycara Itnemaft of engino comisany Ko. I.'J, iMidly br^Sawt about th« body and liuiba.  WxrLT.%M itcxKAsn, of «iig^ne «eoqpdoty No. 4, badly brained about tbe «fdatutd lai^ é The tire brt)ke out Under tbe drou atom nf * F, ÎÎ, Morgan, located on tbe first floor of the street front, and in a very-afcort  tim? h.id burntHi »¡rttugh to tbo roof. IV firftt flU'r and bâ)«ement were occupied Isf V. B. 3Ior;:rin as a retail drug «tope, and tlM» romnintier t»f tbo bu£ldU»g by Meewit Wyeth & Br'X ft.■^ « laboratory tor the manufaeture of di-^gs and chemicnis. i i'f?  Tho Ore had gained a Arm foothold in the .fisf  upixir portion of the preniist« U-f ore the fir»-men could Ih) summoned, and owing to tba , inflammable contents of every room t3»e /.ij  flamei gaijir^l upon th«m wiih {rightful ' rapitlity.  S'ear the front of thn building next tb« ' ' roctf wa«* ft large Water tank weighing over "  fourtotm tons, Thi«» wjis supported bjUlarga timlier:^ resting on tl'O mam walla, «s^ an , the^ lwam.i were wmkcpeil by tbe ilamai the whole tank cttru« down with a crash. ,1  liy this tsmn the ilri'nvu hati worked their j w«5' t.i»rou;;b the larp^« <l<^)rw»y ou tbe flvxir and two lino ois, hoso ha-i been taken tn- jf  Hide. Th<»y It f:re maiinoil by men, ait ol " whom were stuiidmg iasuî'? tîj« front wall. ' ;  As tbw tank if.ii a {«fttnn'f of tlPî tXsp - —---^  trf tbe front wiill wm Itirn lœ-its and fell inward with ft<.-ra>>h. The fall w as bO sudleo and une.t jieciod that the men in-side ootdd nsH bo wariH,\l of tm-irdangiir. Tho whole of the first fio<jr v>u-i itl oiicy envaioiwd in smoke ,  and duyt. . .  Ttiere wfts « ^îIdd.'n di..-,h from those on tbe out.sid'-i and h I r.ws men tjcaded by  Director Htokely anti l.itia, Usilton rushed to tlis rci./'U'.». OiM" l.-y ono tbe iiupHsaned men made tireir i-.-.citjKi or were dr.!igged out by their r.'scuer:^, and tho smoke lifted I-acey was found iniuiyd down to tbe floor * by h^.avy tintU-s an-l îa hut.-.s of br'cks.  A sfr"nm of water -was turned onto tb«« I men ns thi>y v.(^ikeil to «ii-e them from th* inten-e hetit, mid afr-.r several minutes, which ëtfmed like h!.<utT, to ihoao ouLiids, Lacoy was roleav <1 anil carried to the iïreet , |  A tisfjb x^a^ mtido ior th«i s^iot wbere i  Whowrr» liu'i l-.vn tctn a snoii.ent bt^fore tbo i;  wail fell, I'Ut tho '•ixx, ' was covere-i by a i  mounthiii of bricks, mortar and btJivy tint- j'  bers. An attinni-t niadt; to reach hU ,  body, but. after workUig for fr.>;ne tiros and not b-i»g ubb; to obtain bi-ht of him, be waa givi-n up lor dead, an-i liiuTi-j atworii were in nUiUi'-ntary dan;;( r- .¡'l' being killed, tbe S  search was abandoiiî-.l ft.r îh« tijae. Hii 3  bcly wn-s rt-ouvtr'-'d îùk-u' 5 o'clock. ^  Tiv- toUil K><5 from the îsîv ti-'imalid at fully of wtîicL Wyeth ¿i  15ro. i".>f< t)Vi-r î.V.'îî.ia,:». The îiru is stuppoaod to h.%ve bt;, u c.ii.-.-,1 i)y vulphur igniting in tbe ceii'u-.' ' '  THL'iR FRANCHS5E A DELUSION.  A \ c'xscl ILost.  N-!.\v Volli:, F.-1». n.-'-Tbi.- i-K-wbicb bihlly damagli in c.dliMon v.ith tho iKvrk .\melia A.^'i-i litTi- m --'niirge of the The arrivai oi'tli< at Xow  VorI: ha.«i not b-«<-n r- ¡)or>< 'i. and il »- it.':»red f.5-.i> bos SMuka.-i ubo badly ii.juiv). T-ie Favorite'.«. caplain Wic>ab.>arà tbo Ani.'lia A., hnvii;,' i<>ei) rt'wcursl bv ìnr creiv.  Tboiiiai UT. NlctioI l>«-itil. YvI'.k, Feb. n.—Thoii.an M. :'.u-hcl, who wa-i con.-picu-.uLi rj«. vi-riti a:-,-, .-i; ,! ¡u in a<ivc'<Mto of coin <-urrí-iiey, tnid «a a d!.l.>iiìt;r on pohti.'iil and fiamii. iai Mib^t ci.s, died iii u hchpìt;.vi hero V'.titcriìay of -l'itKii dÍNiíuso. H'i  -v.îiid.-f.jr'îÀ^uio yi.3ar¿ . • • •  Sával Cíidet-í Arnp^teU.  íl. I., iA'b. IS.-- 1 > -.»ho  «•nli 'i-d iii ihf na%y at 2>t « • Yui L t •> .ip^ unti 1 s tuo íi;0, U'il "-.'Iti tr Uií-  f> in-i 11 tb-f.ainui;; si.ip N. \ II ini}  1 .«-îl 1 >«.■^íe^^l^\ Í '1 ' ¡ U, 1 , a» d i nu 1 il fiT ' r>- í: -K . fli-a  ^ A \Vi»>.t>in¡j;ton < iuiK-l» ïliu-ii«-u,  IN .roN, Fi'> '1 U i. t 1 .irli)» ,Utct(Vn-'i'WC-'À» -»Vöf» dt«tfAirWVí«Ml  !..»•<.■ «jf Shx» {lie líoíc» Of  < ¡iniXil. b«' Cuiîtitcib  Üalit'il>;.;■. ì\-b, 11.—Tiio í>un\ Rtcb-in'-'uil, v'¡i., ^;<t■••:ul ''K.ÍVrrrmfg to Útít coinmiT.ts uïi bi.^ r.HVoiit interview on Ihe r.ii-e qii'.-sti'iri by NcrihHrn }«ipew,  Guv.ínifi-  ..f tiK' ^urti.îi¿iírs ilozi'L understand iii-r iipî.ïfci.ito tii-j î!iH oí ibi questi-!n ii.-1' crxi.'orniì tbo Soutb. Wear« friendîv l.j tb-.^ i;-^^ro, but î^-ici.il ani','!-..; lii-'u Lisr.-.-H ünd bin-'-L-^ is out of ti» (jw Stirn. i'ur-t-]ìij4e:it wbit'" líMiü of rep'  UTatiOil 'n ti;-;' t-s'.iilîii Will «UCb 8  thin.r. úuf Ycrk pürcr ibatr  4be . -ï-V'-t. íi-Vi'A ^VAÁ,  cojüdílioíi oí Hifairü,,. V^'hv^ tl^Vi,  iit;j:ro Íu bw reoeai"  Hoarh C.-^r.-^íná ^"ft'. liiis subject.  ■ or the Tie-r.^.  0 tho r.^'.Ys  1 dofiiiníition svgrov-ií. and th ' --U their V" ii  'of tbiftfei i ..'iiU ft-rt ììié ií^ímn^ tí» ' ' 'T  ; l >1 'i I I 1 t ' ' n." t tt 1« í^rav»  c-fït them -  B ï * 1 * iv-í^ ^ "/t'í! ^ Y  noi"'-, t! .  -li.r- -,  a-.d l  M 'ipîV î' t .  u. .îut, ' ;  V.'u !>>■' " b  'iti ) ^^ xi  iTtîît«pr;>'  civ X in sfate» i'i jiaj' ntT i 'h com  di ÌOXC& 'i. p.nd gr-^.■cadiUôp  \ h l'f  sf i 111 iwl Oit n (>' ¡11 i»i -no\tHî -, t u . '. • i » ' Ì  1 -, %t r 1 . o u I < ) t .u ' u ' 1 t toiif'tb-ir 's^ifîi tite --, fiYi t  no.nnti'" f- 1 i »dm .. . -•••i.î' i  4 ï.' 'H^ '  I ' • II  . . ^ ^ ih.v  '! ' n must  .\rr< «i« «! lor MrtdiT. l'ii i -io. -- C . Fl» t i. ..u  r»-ai.tr a'îi i Ctî-«, viK-'i-i-ít iiavx.*  ÍK».i» f r tn nuirdi oí j; ÎI  jaiU. S¡n.(.i II' - -«V CIO m.ido fio:n t .oUo plat-forni- Iti- ».¡«itKíi-í wtre ui lu.mou-i m i thoir déuuíicüitimw of the goveri!!neííl'¡iln.sh i policy, and pM-|.ieulurly íia%-..«re m their aiiusioiis, lo Mr. Balfour.  t iîold 1 b  ( s  vv  II. i 0 lilt'", Í.MÍ  ■O Ihj S51U1K-C»t.  nu  M  .t  1 lu  l. >,11 l l > K.. I "  llll 1 \ !,( tlf It..; Yliiltf ï 4 J  ^ Cm r. - An ¿ n j. •  (>11 u u r î 1 Í f ih-  V ' 1 > n-î Í ..t> î, 'I Ht. .Va!  H ~ ' f  ; . ^ , I s,  tû- a.üb u^i H  j u u ' t I  îî  Sciiaeffor • Challenge» iittij. ^çsiôx, Fèb. 11.—Jake Scbaeîfer obaî* îfisg^ Maurice Daly to a match at billarda for f í.tK)0 a faUicv If Daly wiU chooae tí»« balk Une U-incb game t^baeffer will coooeda 1,000 point» in 8,000.  V  i iifcií. llarrldón to Chu.veii.  I Fcì-'».^ IL—-Gväi. Harrjiion  I y^terday att&ndotl s«r-incií at the Metboílist  ' xsìsureb ü£'osúiíii"  k po&lvi'. ■ .  A lÄrJko Endod.  Feb. ll.—Hio t.."ilo of HC'tor tiîi^t railwttï cuiploycíJ Lu» endtd io « conaproml»«.  • î r  ti.i.v ho  j'i ^ i t.. tbA  . v nj;  - :s.s 'ururi  A l.aig«5 lloltl BaruiiL  iVtet iiiva.-  t«ert, a iarg« and popular È,uiîûi;cr r-iac-rt on the div.idhig rjdga ne&r Crt-aftuu i.;-.! ;uif-», wa» toially d-.iiti-v} efi by ñre, U s--. p«'-  tbUly m-Aiv-' TLe ii.»-« v^a^ by ade-  flu«..  _______—.Vi* i-'.-   

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