Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Salt Lake Tribune Newspaper Archive: November 18, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Salt Lake Tribune

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The most extensive and best advertising medium in the Rocky mountain Circulation exceeding of all other Dailies in tlie city combined VCXL 2 17 3JLLT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOUSING TxOVEMBEK iSf 1890 PKICE FIVE CEKTS OSHEA GETS HIS DIVORCE The Irish Leader Found Guiliy of Everything Charged THE COSTS ALSO TAXED A8A1HST HIM on wliicli obtained largo sums It was imally discovered that her gems were almost worrbless and the woman was ar rested and is now In jail A Princess In Jail at French PrhistH Vagaries Nihilists Son ton to IttiHdiaii General Foreign Nihilists Sentenced to Death ST Nov trial of the Nihilists Implicated in the plot against tho is concluded Sophie Guengburg in for having bombs in her linsKOHkm together with two of her ac named Stoilanofsky and Freifold were found guilty arid condemned to bo hanged Tho Court recommended that the Czar remit tliu sentence of death against SUiHuiiofsky and Friefeld to banishment to The two officers wiio were charged wiHi complicity wore acquitted LONDON Nov trial of the OShoa divorce was resumed this morning Tho firs i wlfnoriK wn i servant at OSheas house it Hi lime OHlioa charges 1urmm was paying visits to his wife testified that Mrs OShna and wcrfi ofiro locked In tho drawlng Mrs OShoa a forward explained thai Mm lonklni of Mio door was to of Parnull as mtimbeiK of secret worn pniivllng about vicinity She deny that Parnoil visited house i A nothfiscrvanl twstififld that Mrs OShoa ttiii Iarrtell wort looked In a room after midnight Airs oShoau former coachman testified driving Parrujll to Mrs rftsl iiiKf aftfimidnight An expage testified ho had livtul in service of Mrs a fit iOastboiirmj Iarmill lived tho MOIIMO Hhor witnesses testified Mrs took tho EuHtboiirne housf and paid the rent Parnoll resided there and ulsn ut the house in Regents Purlc which Mrs OStuta also rented Mrs sister of Mrs OShoa whom tho 1 ut ter tinargtsd wlih adultury wiMi Captain OShna took tho stand and denied tho One of tho jurymen insisted that tho peti tioner bft crossexam I nod on tho counter charges made by hlH wife Tho petitioner recalled Ho testified thatho llvtd apurt from wife at her doslro Ho denied the oT cruelty and said ho had al wnys treated his wife with kindness flu invited iarrsell to his house after challeng ing him to fight a duel because ho was con vinced that bin suspicions regarding his wife and farubll wore baseless In Humming up to the jury tho J ustlce dwelt upon the charge of connivance made against OShoa and asked why tho notossity for all Mio gulao to by 1arnell if the petitioner connived at his wifes In fidelity As neither respondent nor corespondent mado defense the eatio was given to tho Jury who returned a verdict that adulMiry had boon committed by Mrs QShea and and that there had boon no conni vance oo the part of Captain OShoa Tho court granted ft docroo of with costs to tlu petitioner and awarded him tho custody of Lho younger children Tho Telegraph publlshos ParneUs pollt obituary it says ha for the present ah least to Icun on tho Nation alist party It is reported that tlie follow ers of Parnoll flo not doslrfi him fco unless by hit own volition In which event tho loiidcrshlp of tho Irish party will bo vented In a commission of which Justin McCarthy will bo president COMMENTS OF THF TUESS The provincial In a cho rus of denunciation of Pnrnoll Several papers advise tils temporary retirement Tho IhronMt Pays Tho middle class of electors In England will eertnlnly resistany appeal oven by Gladstone to supoort a party led by Tho jVetwt says The political principles of parties aro Independent of accident In dividual leadership Tho discredit attnch ing to Parnoll will not reflect on his Tiio says If Paruell Intends to remain u loader of hia party no1 will plaoo Gladstone in a serious Tho Standard thinks the will court moral destruction if they eon tinvo even political intimacy with OUHMN Nov London correspond ent of the Freemans Journal declares that Prime U Ims not tho slightest Intention of resigning oltiior the leadership of tho party or his duties In parliament A Russian lliot FT PKTERsnuKa Nov Is reported that a riot occurred last week fifteen miles from Mosow Troops shot and wounded a hundred peasants and workmen for refusing 1o the commands of a newlyap pointed district oilioial Tho rioters bound the officials with cord and sent them to DISGUSTED MORMON CONVERTS Drowned LONDON Nov ship having on board a party of laborers and a large number of animals for tho island of capsized off the Dalmatian Boats put out from the shore and rescued thirteen men Thirty oiiclit persons and a hundred animals per An Important Session Nov In a letter to the ItMtinanH Journal reminds his follow ers of the importance of being In Parlia ment on the opening day Ho says it is un that tho coming session will be one of oornbat from to last and great Issues depend upon its course Two Noiv Dioceses MOMK Nov Pope will create two now dlooesos one from a portion of tho bishopric of Quebec tho other from the bishopric of Montreal One the Saints Enough for a Pennsylvania JFvnmil3r Pa Nov Francisco Chronicle Tho Mormon propaganda in the rural dis tricts or Pennsylvania seems to be a failure Last spring arid winter half a dozen Mormon missionaries rnaclo their ap pearance In various parts of Franklin Fulton and Adams counties and assiduously butseoretJy pursued the work of proaolyt ing They chose tho most secluded looali tioa and at length succeded In making twentyfive or thirty converts Shortly after embracing tHo new religion these converts sold their farms aud set out for tbe promised land Utah A few days agomgtophen McPherrcn and seven of his friends with seven children reached Waynesboro down in the lower end of this county ponriileafl hungry and ragged Laving returned from Salt Lake on second class tickets with short rations They hud been gone just a year but in that time their ruin had been completed Their homes in Utab they say wove in a narrow valley between precipitous mountains over whose tops tho sun shone for four hours out oftwentyfour Although the land was productive tho cost of living was HO high that they exhausted all theirmoney arid they had become thoroughly sick of the venture Accordingly they returned home INDIAN CHRIST liable at any moment to move a corps friendly who lives here that they be agninst the Sioux is creating a deal of exi long to the army of the Messiah and were citcment among the redinen but their bej going down to take PortLincoln and thon lief in thocoming of tho Messiah is in no way lessened thereby The Indians havo evidently in many instances gone stark mad Tho most exciting among the many fHy i I mart Tho most exciting among the rmt iSc Treadles a Gospel of race at trials which have occurred the THE FINANCIERS BRM UP Walkers Lake CHIEF PORCUFISE TAKES IT ALL fi Ke Claims to Be the Saviour Who Was Crucified While Others Say He Is a HalfBreed Virgin Mary Also Announces risings in tho JNoithwestc THE MARINE WAS SUHPR1SED A MONTANA UOY DOBS THE UP A Uussian Tariff ST rKTiatsmraa Nov decisions of ttii Tariff Committee will increase tho on commerce1 so as to threaten tho iNolutlim of Russia from tho rosfc of tho world Even farming machinery Js subject to u hich tarin1 Two Explorers ivrurderod Nov Wench ex plorers Daiielly and Pllsson who wore making a geographical tour around Lake Van are reported to have boon murdered An Army Plot LONDON Nov plot to steal army examination pupors boforo tho time of ex amination has been discovered The Secre tary of War offers a reward La Blanche Middleweight Knns tip Aguinst u Fighter and Fouls to Esoajic a KnockDo t A HOBBY Ho Was Kondy to Die Franco and IlusMia United 1xnis Nov Francisco Chronicle Sorlos Father Honry Sallo was found doud in hlw bed lioro morning It was not a ronuintlo dentil it was merely a case of suHooiitkm by fnmoa of a pas stovo hiift burning all nluht in apartments closed after tho French custom almost hermetically This Is tho flrrond prlosfthh wook who bus boon found flond from tno sumo cause It spoms a pity that presumably rnon do not know iiiorti than to a gas stove burning in i room from which they havo deliberately closed all mnans of ventilation nnd cut olf access u fresh air KiilUer Sullo was only rxti assistant priest a vory poor man very poorly paid who did a lot of hard work and lived in a little apartment consisting of tiny rooms and a still smaller kitchen up lights of stairs in tho Square Oaillon Tho romance in connection with Father Sallos death is of a somewhat unusual na It has reference to a presentiment oftoft spoken of by tlio old man and strangely Interesting because fu III lied al most literally upon tho day of a oortalu wedding much talked about that tho daughter of ttaron Mohrenolm to tho VI comte do Like many another Frenchman Father Salic was fully convinced that an alliance with Russiu would not only pluce tho world at their mercy but would insure everlrist Injr peace and the restitution of Lorraine and Alsace Ho ntivor missed an oppor tunity to oxpouud thus delicious theoryIt was a dream aud tho poor nuius mind could take ia no urguuiouts which did not cohulde with his views Tu this he ro syrablcd many other people Vou will he used to say you will see I shall livo to hoar the hulls pealing out tho joyful news France and iiusla aro united ono in thought in dosiry ono in life and when that day comes am roady to po nnd may the Holy Quo havo mercy on my A Troops on the Frontier Nov concentration of Russian troops on the Armonlun frontier Is causing much uneasiness horo A Rusiaian Banlc Kobhecl ST Praisitsuuua Nov Bank of Ourmburg has been robhod of money and valuables to tho amount of roubles Defeated SYDNKY Nov defeated Stans bury lu usouliing race on tho Parramattu river today HJHRIUS A SAD TALE Minnie Palmer and Her Have a Row and Separate NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Olvrtmicle lUlnnioralmer Js in hysterics at tho Aberdeen House lohn Ff Rogors hor husbiind is to night wrapped up snugly in bedclotliirig at the Westminster Mouse anathematizing all things bhat be and are to come That pretty little suite of rooms in tho big Gram iMorcy Apartment House whore Minnie and John havo lived tor months like fabled turtle doves tn cotton batting is do tlio lights aro put out tlie stoani heat is burned off and all Is loneliness and desolation And all this 19 because of a motlicrlnlnw These morrymakors who have boon regarded for eight long and eventful years as eruhloiius and epitomes of domestic bliss have separated Lorhaps tho aoverjiiice has no i come to last but tho fact remains that Miss Palmer has down to tho protecting arms of her mother and is In hysterics has employed both a lawyer and a physician nnd IMr is saying bad things about Mrs Storns hlH The whole sad tale came about in this way When Miss Palmer married Or Kog ors away back hr 1882 and as ho said hist night made him tho happiest man who ever saw thu light she informed him according to Mr Rogers that her father was dead Onn day about two weeks ago Mr Bogors said tonipht while he was about town ho happened to be introduced to a tall good looking man whoso name was givou to him us Ialmor All sakl Rogers at the introduc tion my wifes name ts Ialmor you Minnie Thou with a jocularity ho didnt fool a moment later he added no relation I observed the gentleman I believe she is my BUITH Nor to TRIB tight in this city today between George La Blanche champion middleweight and George Kosslor a local lighter of some repute resulted in a victory for Kessler In the thirteenth round Tho Dght took place upon tho track near this city and was witnessed by fully 2000 people The two meu appeared in tho ring at 4 oclock La Blanche looking too fleshy for hard work while Kessler was in perfect condition The champion was ovor confi tho start and commenced with a soRmedohim air that would have been a credit to the bowery The first round was spent in feeling for each other but in tho second the Marine undertook ono of his famous rushes evidently satisfied that It would finish tho fight To his surprise ho was met with a stingor in the mouth which spoiled the rush and set him to thinking He had had no snap there and concluded to try wrestling throwing Kosslor and fall ing on him with all hia weight In the fourth Kossley stopped another this time partially closing the champions left eye In tho fifth and sixth each fought hard for the others wind and in the seventh La Blanche threw Kessler again In the eighth Kossler began to make tho lighting rushing the Marine upon the ropes and securing first blood La Blanche won the first knock down in the ninth und hbrew Kosslor again in the tenth but it did no good as the Montana boy rushed him on the ropes three times during the next round In the the thirteenth La Blanche showed up GO groggy that Kossler started In to finish him Once he forced him on the ropes and again down in his own corner whon La Blanche feeling that tho fight was going against him and preferring to lose on a foul to a kuookout deliberately kicked Kessler1 in tho groin This virtually ended the fight as tbe referee gave it to Kessior on tho foul If evor a man was fairly whipped in the ring Kosslor whipped La Blanche Tho champion had to bo carried to bis corner and helped to his dressingroom while the Montana hoy lie was going to host ID two rounds jumped the ropo aud ran to his room apparently as trush as when he want Into tho ring THE IT ALLANSFAST THE ANARCHISTS as a Patrician and Hy pothecated Panto Jewels PAHIS Nov fTninuNK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle of tho most iuterastlng crimes that has for many years occupied tho attention of Paris ians is Just now tho topio of general news paper comment and thulovers of curious in rasujility have some outerUiiuiug amtorial A few months ago a strikingly handsome young lady lirst made her appearance In this city nnd her marvelous costumes her dash ing equipage and tho atmosphere of patrl cfun Independence that surrounded her aroused public curiosity aud tiually public admiration Soon sho bocnmo a familiar figure on ihe Champs Klyseesaud tho moat crowded drives of the Bois From an object of admiration at a distance she soon grew to bi fhf cantor of a widening oirele of the must fashionable roon and most inEelllgeut women who make Paris tboir rendezvous better part of theyear vSht claimed to be a Princess and tiually sought loans on hereditary jewelry Thoy Commemorate the Execution of tho Haymnrket Murderers DENVER Nov 17 Special to The Kooky Mountain Social League an organization of Anarchists held an ani mated meeting yesterday at Coliseum Mall to Commemorate tho judicial murder of our Chicago comrades The hall was decorated with red bunting and flags while portraits of their doad comrades wore con spicuously displayed About flfty th rowers took part in the exercises while 500 outsiders looked on The women mem bers of the society wore clnjssod in rod with black sashes while the red neok ties and badges After singing The Flag of Arthur Chooicwright and Colo u eJ KeUso delivered wild addresses de nouncing the Dress and police The meeting WHS exceedingly noisy but no demonstra tions were made outside tho hall Ho Is Improvingin Appearanco and jKnjojs the Crowd NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco tho faster is improving Today lie lost but two ounces of ilosh the smallest loss for any day thus far The slight drop brings his total loss tad the average for the corresponding clays in other fusts close lo gethor f n London his elovorjlh day showed a loss of but on o pound Jess the record horo On the seventh dny the dilioreuce was seven Tue little but impor tant difference betwoon Lohdou and here la tho amount of fluid he drinks Eighteen to twenty ounces per day was his average quantity in London but hero lie drinks thirty ounces daily or more improve ment in tho rasters appearance the last two clays is very noticeable Of course the in crease in visitors has had a good deal to do with it for Siicci dearly loves a crowd If lie can Uilk to a number of people ho is pei fuetly happy lu the most forcible broken English at his com maud the augry Uaiiaii declined today au ailor of a week to fliiisb Che fast at ons of the museums Nov Miles has re ceived from the post adjutant at Port Cus Icr the report of Lieut Robertson who carefully investigated the now reli gious craze at tho Cheyenne Agency His tajkswere principally with Porcupine the apostle of tho new religion among tho Ohayennes and with Big Beaver who ac companied Porcupine on hia visit to the new Christ at Walker Lake Nevada last year Porcupine told him that there several hun dred Indians at Walk or Lake at the timo including representatives of the Gbeyounes Sioux Arapahoes Gros Ventres Utes Nav ajoes Sheep Eaters Bannocks aud other tribes that he didnt know Porcupine first heard of this new Christ at the Arapahoe Agoncy Wyoming where he and tiornu other Ohoyenues visited last Arapahoo who had beeu to the country in JSS8 told thorn Porcupine and the otiiors were much inter ested and determined to see tho new Mes siah went on from point to point traveling sometimes by railroad and some times by ponies or in sists that the teachings of the new Christ were in the interests of peace and good or der and industry on tho part of tho In dians Lieutenant Robertson asked him how it was then that certain Indiantribes had mado this new doctrine a basis for no crops indulging in demoral ising dances and even in violence Porcupine replied that nearly all the In dians who had gone to hear this new Christ with him hud gone hoping to hear him pieaoh Home incendiary doctrine They were disappointed at hearing that the now Christ required them to simply work and behave themselves and concluded on their return home not to relate strictly what had been told them but to preach doctrines more agreeable to the Indians said Porcupine to tbo lieuteuant are all liars and responsible for auy trouble that has occurred and not the naw Porcupine cited one case in point oi a Sioux warrior whom he hoard of but did not know This man preached that the now Christ told them that boUel in his religion gake the Indians a charmed lifo against the whites irouu this arose insolence1 and trouble Lieutenant Robertson obtained irom Honry Reed an Arapaboe intelligent balfbreed information which if true would establish of theso called new Messiah Reed sayshe is a Piute Indian ifarneu John Jbhtisop a very intelli gent but nob eduoatedman Is on the Walker Lake Reservation where other Indians claim to have seen the new Christ Reed reports tbe Arupahoes much excited over the new doctrine and that many of them have even torn dowiv their houses and sold the logs Reed says the ageut and Indian police have entirely losb control of From all that Lieutenant Robertson could learn Porcupines in flu once was constantly exerted for good and in the line of what jho claimed the new Messiah told him j tradiotion to tho preaching other red skiu missionaries the lieutenants statement is the statement of Porcupine as written down by Robertson with tho aid interpreter It is a lengthy one telling hi detail how he first hoardof tiie new Christ and various stages of tho journey of himself and com panions to meet him He said the people at the point where the new Christ was seemed all good people although of many tribes fighting or drinking The chiefs of the homo tribe brought the remain fourteen daysin camp whan he would come to see thorn Ho sent thorn something to eat like a big white nut Finallyonii morning hundreds of peo ple gathered near Walkers Lake agency in a great just before sundown more people oamo dressed1 in white mens clothes although mostly Indians and tho Christ was with them He was not so dark as an Indian nor so light as a white man He hart no beard but vory noavy eyebrows Ho Was dressed like a white man excepting that ho had on Re commenced our danco everybody jojmug in and tho Christ singing We danced tilllate at told us we had enough had heard that Christ had been oruoi sulci Porcupine and I saw a scar on uiaun wrist und on his face The next evening wi assemoled he sung thou trembled violently and then lay dowu ap parently dead while we danced The next morning he sat down amoiigus and UilkiHi with I am the rnari who everything you seo around you I have befjn to heaven and seen your dead frteuas and have seen rnoMiur Goil mud a cho eiuiih they Kent rue back to teach tbo people bur the people were afraid of nio ist j was that of tho alleged Virgin Mary Siie is the wife of and a mem ber of WaLoksis band of although it is said she is not a native but came from a band of Indians across the Manitoba lino John Grass and two other Indians com posed the court Replying their intorro Katiaii she said am the mother of Christ who is now upon this earth making preparations for rebuilding it Tho is ix belong solely to His chosen people and j tliis continent is to be extended much fir ther west taking in a part of tho set water The eastern purt of the conti nent wil be abandoned but in the western part great herds of buffalo will wander as in the days ol long ago anJ slrmiltancously with the disappearance of tbewhites from tlie earth will come the resurrection of all the Indians who now sleep and forever more they will waudir over the earth with no one to question their With a irosiuro K attract the particular aUention of Major McLaughliu the agfnr she said In thoe days there will bo no reservation no messenger from the Gret Father to say to the Come brick hero stay on your Questions calculated to locate the where abouts of tho Messiah whose mother she claims to be wore warily answered and she refused to tell anything about the orsies of the ghost dance beyond the fact that bo had boon proclaimed by the members of the order to be tbe Virgin Mary She was sent to the guardhouse Sitting Bull is not fond of coming around the agency and since ho was recently sent home by General Miles he found him out among the Choyonnes pawing up trouble and the old fellow has not been seen around the agency but sticks close to his place nn Grand Jriver Chief GoJl to whom is due most of tho credit for tho groat Jusler butchery treats the coming of the Messiah seriously People who havo settled on the Missouri since the Indian troubles of do not fear any trouble but those who lived in tliaL country during the times when the soldiers and the Sioux lived in the sad dle times when life wascheap do not con sider tlio possibility of another to be a triding matter and would feel Lunch safer if all was serene here Their feeling of uneasiness is not reduced by a report from the Cheyenne agency to the effect that the Indians there have received consider able monoy from the sale of beef and are In vesting it in Winchester rifles and ammuni tion Thesehad been scattered widely over the reservation and it looked as if they were only waiting for a signal for au uprising Agent has recommended that troops be sent there at oiico and that the Indians be disarmed SIGNS OF UPRISING MANDAN N Nov Green at tlio Riverside ranch whose range is near the Sioux reservation come iu this morning He says the Indians are coming north well armed and ucbiug in an unfriendly manner A number of tiheIndians armed with two guns each aud plenty of ammunition passed through town presumably to stir up the Indians on tho reservations north Settlors are coming in from the south beggiug tho citizens to stir up the authorities at Wash ington to actiOE Enough Indians are trav eling about in this section to run oft all the cattle and kill half the settlers in the coun try A friendly Indian brings awarning from the Siouv reservation lie says there is Mie greatest danger hero The Indians propose to attack Fort Abraham Lincoln knowing that but flfty soldiers are there then cap ture Mandanj massacre the citizens aud burn tho town The greatest alarm pre vails among the people It is reported that the Indian police at Standing Rock havo torn off their badges and revolted Wall Street Pulls Itself Together and the Situation Improves burn and Manciaji and kill tho iu habivints They ssid tho Messiah will Loud tho iiTDiy and do not expect to go out till spring butwhen the Messiah says go they io even if in the depth of nd all other Inj lians traveling through tno country are armed in an extrnorrlinary way and loaded down with ammunition Nothing bin the immediate appearance of troops will prevent an uprising in tho ludg mont of old Indian ulcliers A number of BA01N6 BROTHERS GOT OF THE HOLE women iil children lefr for His uiurek md oilier points east of the Mis sou ri THE PIXK RIJX5K EXCITEMENT General Ruger Says the Military iay Be CatJod On Hrrunx S IX Nov General L Rnger couiuuimier of the Department of Dakota has arrived from a visit to the various posts He reports having found most of the Indians quiet and there is no occasion for alanj There existed some unduo excite ment among the Sioux at Tine Kid go Tho hue General Ruger said in oreused the oxcitcmeni Tnon soms to be more uneasiness at Pine at any other of tiie agencies Should the Indians continue llie ghost hiiMe and the Messiah craze it may lx necessary for the military Confidence Restored and Securities Bcftin to Move State of the Argentine The Wliolc Ooitnuy Mortffajrcd and It Will Be A Struggle to Pay tlio luterest to give Httenrion to Pino Hidgo though hope this will not be necessary THS5 NEW YORK BUTTERFLY Rov Devour a lec ture to McAUJStOi NIJW youic Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series tlughO Peuveco1 talked to a largo au dience in the Grand Opera House 10night on Ward McAllisters book What 1 Found in Ho said in Ward Mc Allister is a fool or a philosopher L flunky or agentIonian according to the from which you survey him If you judge the man front the way his book is he is a fool If from some of his expressions of ennui ho is a philosopher If you have no superstition or reverence for titles or wealth he is a flunky If you tho man ners be lias among men he is a gcntloman If you judge him by your own standard of common sonse ho is an insufferable snob If you Luke him as he is himself you will tind him a perfect specimen of that gsmtx to which he gcnun that may be I do not tigroe with tho critics who hold him np to ridicule When I read the book tried to put myself in the authors place One thing that impressed me that in his sphere he is as congenial as a gentleman and as obliging as a servant He writes about the cooking of a ham so that your mouth waters but he cannot writo good English He beran life as a bookkeeper and then learned thesecond volume of Bluckstonc but his heart was over going out to the girls His feet itched dancing floor aud his stomach for Madeira I havo anadmiration of him because he found out what he was fitted ho had nerve enough to got into his nichoas a man of He has devoted himself to tlio most exclusive society on the continent A butterfly is a pretty thing but it would be a failure a McAllis Nmw YOUK Nov stock market today after having time to recover from the scare of SaUmJay wsis much less active than for any day for the past weeks and the evident return of oonlkloneo caused j a slow but material advance in values all the line Notwithstanding this fact there was great irregularity and leverish j ness tlmuuhoul the entire day Thoro I were two more failures announced both due to the shrinkage in values but they but slight viioeu Todays develop ments show conclusively that the market for a long time has been largely oversold and bids and ostensible purchasers were made by the boars when the number ol suielcs called for could not bo obtained in the market The general opinion seems to be that it is only a question with the invest ors of siocks at present prices as the feoling of insecurity has almost sub sided and a steady improvement may now be looked for on a sound basis High London quotations and the buying of stoeks by L mdou houses caused a partial return of confidence This was increased by the undyrsvanding that Jay Gould D O Mills the Vandorbtlis and other important interests would join hands in giving support to prices It was also stated that a largo pool in wbicii Gould was interested had been a heavy buyer of Northern Paoltic Money has been tighter ranging from ft to ISO per cent last loan at 96 ARGENTINE FINANCES FIFTEEN THOUSAND BRAVES Tho Indians Could Do Much Harm If So Disposed CHICAGO Nov Miles accom panied by Colonel Corbin returned this morning from St Louis where he yesterday had a consultation with Secretary of War Proctor concerning the alleged Indian trouble In the Northwest Colonel Corblu said today there is no doubt that If tho Indians were to decide upon an outbreak they could do much harm They havean abundance of rifles and ammunition plenty of horses and large supplies of menfi but the winter is corning on and the officers hardly think there is any immediate danger of ao outbreak Colonel Corbin said tho stories of evacuation of districts by settlers in Dakota aro overdrawn There may be some fearful residents who fearing the redskins may havo left their homos but the stories of wholesale evacuations ab solutely without foundation We have a careful estimate of the number affected by the Messiah craze and there are in all not to exceed Indians Qt this mjinber perhaps onefifth are able budied warriors aud onebalf could bear urms Such a body of course could domucb harm their movements were not properly arrested but we have taken meas ures to intercept any tor never claimed to be an Thefour hundreds whole business in lifo is to eat drink and He has his busi ness tosuch an extent that it has become a religion If you were to ask him what ha believed he would say stiewpd elarefc of 1874 and the patriarchs ball The Country Hardly Able to Pay tlio Interest OH Its Debts NEW YORK Nov Diepmtoh Francisco Chronicle promi nent merchant from Buenos Ay res who had very recently left there and for reasons was very deeply interested in the trouble that has overtaken tho great house of Baring Brothers said yesterday Bar ing Brothers were tho great financial back ers of the Argentine and the trouble wbich baa befallen them must react most disastrously on tho finances of that country in my opinion it moans complete collapse of tho phenomenal boom which tho FOUR DAYS IN THE WOODS The It tor He Believes There Is Reason Grave Apprehension Nov Miles was questioned today in person and said in part It would be unwise to say any THE WYOMING The Repullicnn VoteDivided MniJy Favorite Sons CIIRTKSNE Nov to the joiat session today the this time might say and badly This is whattiiey I would all over the country did iu me Showing his j aiul tomorrow woulci be hi tho Indian that uiy children were So i went back j cimus j lave nothing to say beyond the fact there is reason for thn gravest apprehension of trouble with ihft Indians of to heaven and luft them I Lhom that j in so many hundvfcd years I would comb back thorn Jly the oarih wits getting old and worn outland te peoplecciiincr bad aiid thair I re new to be uiid make it Hurcupiue added that the Christsaid all tho dead bo resurrccted that lihoy THK SPOTTED FJ2VBR It Keajrpenrs in Nine toeath Century GAiiTOATlN Nov Dis San Francisco The dreadful spotted fovor that made its appearance last March near Fountain Head about milesfrom Gallatin killing about 90 per cent ot tho victims has re appeared James Simpson living In the af fected region lost throe grown sons all In about two days He has since moved within about three miles of Gallatin and his daughter has a genuine Tho young ludy is about 13 yoars old The doc tors do not nw how to handle the case I Spotted fevor is au epidemic cerebrosplna lis and is a disease of the hiner toenth century The is80 pe oont Its avorago duration Is ftbout four toon days but death often oscurs in a few hours As the disease is so far away no fear is jiutldlpated of its reaching Gallatin Pence in Central America SAN SALVADOR Nov Yesterday ppaco was definitely signed between San Salvador1 and Guatemala Tho treaty is binding from of its approYiilrby preju dice to its rat ficatlou by the hatloual assem bly of each country Legislature took two ballots for a United all to come back to earth and that was States Senator as a colleague for Judge Carey There was 110 choice In Mi is pre liminary sparring Beok had nine votes more than any John W Hoyt led the latter with came Moldrumi MoCormiok Moriill and Hurasoy with Then Foote Myors Brown Kellogg Richards and Mann Now that the sons have been complimented the Assembly down to business and fix on The beating Is three to two that Governor TVarron Robert Ray Hamiltons Will NEW YORK Nov will of the Robert Ray was filed this after noon He bequeathed to the child my adopted annually to be paid during her natural other bequests were nrnde but Eva Bamilton is not mentioned among small for Mow lie would do away whh Fleavon mdmake earth itself enough tn tie spoke to ui about said thatWas bad and i tins i koei from Wiat tlie earth was to be all good hejoalter thatwe must be friends with one He told toquar Ict or strike ot fight or shoot one another the whites iiuclTiuliiins to be vll He any disobeyed whathe or dered liis tribewould be dropped fromthe earUu We must boiieve said aud he kuow our no lu what part world the plains between the tlie mountains is serious amon Missouri river and all tho different Strange Recovery of a Deal Dumb and Idiotic Child Nov Francisco Chronicle A remarkable search for a lost child has been exciting the natives of this and ad joining counties during the past few days Last Sunday morning about S oclock Budd ITutits andwife living on the top of thcOum bcrlaud mountains near the Grundy and ColVee county line went to Sunday school leaving their four small children at homo While they were absent their little girl who is between 8 and 9 years of ago and is deaf dumb and an idiot strayed away from the house unknown to the other children Upon the return of the father and mother at once made but without result The mother went wild with grief and at labt a party of neighbors joined in the search The country for miles around was thoroughly explored but still there came no tidings of the lost one The whole county became aroused and the search prosecuted with vigor every day until Thursday when the little one was found several miles from home It had been in the woods four days and nights in a section of country whore panthers and other wild beasts abound yet it was unharmed Tlie child was found on top of a precipice and tracks along the top showed that it had strayed in several occasions within a few steps of the edge During tnu four days In tervening beiiWcan its disappearance and discovery several hundred uiea boys uud children engaged in the search LOST WIFK MONEY A Schoolmaster Captures a Woman and Her Funds mon Arapa lioes Cheyenues Sliosliones and Can you tellanythingof your consulta tion vvfth Secretary ProotorV not That is a matter about wbich it would be most imprudent to MlIjIT PSE P ATI ATIONS Complete Nebraska Returns LINCOLN official re turns from couhty in the State give Boyd for Governor a plurality of 1144 balance of the3epublicaii State ticket is electedby pluralities ranging from 2000 to 5000 The JndependentS control both branches ofthe Legislature with the Repiiblicansand lii about equal s V iu p recur jous opnditioiiu G4wos can tal k noth lng but I thought all he said was added Porcupine NYhen 1 got baek people were bad heard this So I got them all together and told them of it and warned them to listen ior choir own good Itold them jl have tola you Vff you fhlukl tellingthe truth you this I would like soiue of people who doubt ail iti our respeeiive tongues You can see Troops at Port llusse 11 tho Field OiLEYsirxE 2jTov to of the eight companies of theSRyerjteenth Infantry Fort this town have beeu Ordered to bo iii readiness to take the iijeld Indians ac a mo mehts notice The orderwas received at and iu thirtyfive minutes General Mixner the coriiinandant had his men proceed So far as can be laarued thepe as no trouble with the 2000 Indians in Wyoming but the racket has been worked for WICHITA Nov Dis Fraucisco Chronicle profound sensation was created this morn ing in a small place in the aouth west part of the State when the discovery was made that Superintendent of City Schools Han Ion and Mrs John S Weitzel bad eloped leaving the town by carriage about midnight hist night and that during the night Weitzuls office had been robbed Weiteel repteseuts a loan corupany tiiere ComHn and byd boon on u tour of inspection reach ing home only this morning Onhis way from the depot he went u his office and found everything iu disorder The safe had been blownopen and the contents includ ing several hundred dollars in cash and notes ind securities amounting to many thousand iverii gone On top of this shock came the information of the elopomonCand the two naturally seem to have close con nection soon sfs possible and a dozen friends secured horses and started to scour country hits been enjoying for so many years The facility with wbich the Argen tine Republic obtained foreign Jeans through tbe aid of Baring Brothers fostered all rnari ncr of prodigious enterprises and caused the country to develop at a tremendously rapid rate I doubt if any other country over hat gone ahead like ours It has produced ex travagant speculation and bred an optimis tic spirit among the people which them impatient of anything like sober coun sel Our now capital La Plata furnishes ex amples of this spirit It wasnt born of ne cessity it was the product of national pride It was begun only a few yoars ago and is now a beautiful city lightedby elec tricity ornamented with parks and contain ing in a word all the modern improvements The country is proud of it it Is regarded ail the crowning growth of our progress but more soberminded among us have seen n Jt n colossal monument to debt It aa built with loaned money G Our marvelous progress has been founded on borrowed capital Wo have contracted debts tbat will hang around our necks llko millstones for a treat many years for fcheso debts must be paid or at least the interest on fibom Tbe more conservative among have seen for some time that a day of reck oning must come and this disaster that has overtaken Baring Brothers will precipitate it I dont see how we shall be able to continue to pay tbe interest on our debt which amounts to not including tbo interest on tbo cost of railroads and other enterprises on wbich the Government has guaranteed It must bo remem bered that this interest has to bopaid In cold while the taxes aro collected in cur rency Ahicb has tremendously depreciated in value and I fear it hasnt struck bottom yet Between National and Provincial banks the Argentine Republic must have is sued something like in paper currency A complete financial collapse is tiiInk Inevitable Tbe earnings of railroads have to go out of to jay foreign stockholders Tbe country Is practically mortgaged to foreign Investors Tbe neighboring government of Uruguay s in the same 6x Baring Brothers being also their financial backers I know that Baring Brothers ure Interested in tho control of the National Bank of Uruguay and have some thing like twenty thousand shares on which liey must have lost heavily These shares vcro above par some years ago when they bought them and now they are something ike CO or 70 per cect beloyr par Baring rothers have made two loans to the tTru juayan Government The first loan whichi made twc vears ago was for Heady for THE PEGPXE TKBBORIZED oiiee f Johnsouvi3Vtbe Messiah marks on horses and quite wealtbyda VIRGIN The tloii Is at Hand yaiowii the Troops WillPrevent Trdable of Tribunes reporting in Bults receivedi frpm bands ot1 or bat found none except that two suspicious characters were noticed in the neighborhood of late have not been seen the schoolmaster bad only been In Akalon aboutj six weeks and claimedto be fronv 111 Mrs Weitzel is and On to an Qfllce CfTBYEJTXE Nov tq State Gonstitntlpn abol ished the Probate transfer business to the Court TThe County bate Judges all yielded the side issue except IsaacBergman of t this county He Wits yanked up for contempt today and alter afull hearing Judge issued an to Berg maii u willinguess to rde Iridlans arniedtbithe teeth i The citizens nfr tov State i v very much regrets making these loaiis 5uive spoken said my int in conclunion because I depend onyou not to betray my identity In Buenos Ayrea the plain unvarnished truth is regarded rank v THE MANHATTANBORROWS The Clearing House Jjoans It a Mil lioiijfor Its Customers NBW YOHK Nov was rumored on the street this evening that the Manhattan Bank had borrowed on loan certi ficates from the Clearing offi cers of the would not talk on the joct and President Tappari of tbo Cieartng House would not deny or affirm the rumor It was several brokers that the MiWihatcan Bank was sound the nioneyborrowed was tor the use of scveralof the customers who have giran giltedge security for same This evening State Superintendent of Banking Preston said it was definitely cided that the North EiverBank would resume The directors wereunable cure the necessaryfunds It well understood that the necessary because of the stand taken two of the Will street Insisted that unless actual cash to the posits in the bank to meet the deposits the not be allowed throu House Preston said froma ton of the security toldV anfinstitute at once Thishe believed woulfc Boston satisf aetori J Kldder   

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