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Free to Read Articles from November 1895 Part 3

  • SCHOONER HAROLDINE WENT ASHORE; Accident Occurred at Nauset in a Fog -- May Float Unharmed.
  • Horsfall -- Porter.
  • NEED ASSEMBLY LEADER; Will Be Hard to Find the Equal of Danforth E. Ainsworth. HAMILTON FISH HAS NOT ...
  • NO DUEL WILL BE FOUGHT; Police Assured that Neville and Prince Iturbide Will Not Meet.
  • HISTORICAL WORKS AND NOVELS; Second Day of the Sale of the Poillon Library -- A Good Attendance -- Some ...
  • Horace and His Garden.
  • LOSSES BY FIRE.
  • ST. ANDREW'S THE WINNERS.; Beat the Tuxedo Golf Team by a Big Score at Yonkers.
  • Wants Damages from Hawaii.
  • Oregon, Too, Suffering from Drought.
  • C. DANA GIBSON WEDDED; Miss Irene Langhorne of Richmond Is the Bride. THE CEREMONY PERFORMED AT NOON ...
  • FOREST REMOVAL AND THE RAINFALL; Forestry Commissioner Rothrock of Pennsylvania Gives His Views.
  • A Fireman's Heroic Act.
  • STEAMER MISSOULA UNDOUBTEDLY LOST; A Lake Craft Valued at $80,000 -- Carried a Crew of Sixteen.
  • A Heavy Judgment.
  • PROHIBITION IN KANSAS DEAD.; The People Said to be Ready to Adopt Local Option.
  • HACKMEN RUN THE TOWNS; Rye Neckers and Mamaroneckers in Peril of Life and Limb. UNION MIGHT BRING SOME ...
  • THE SUPPLY OF SEALS DECREASING; In Spite of the Figures Furnished to the Canadian Department of Marine ...
  • Prince of Denmark in London.
  • THE EASTERN AND FAR EASTERN QUESTIONS.
  • NEW-YORK AT ATLANTA; Enthusiasm for Manhattan Day Growing Strong Rapidly. THE MILITARY ESCORT QUESTION ...
  • WRONG MAN SENT TO JAIL; Locked Up for a Robbery That He Did Not Commit. REAL THIEF MAKES A CONFESSION ...
  • STECKLER SIGN IS DOWN; Headquarters of the I.C.O. Have Been Abandoned. QUIET TENANTS' SAYS HOTEL CLERK ...
  • KAISER AND HIS RECRUITS.; What He Expects for the Special Honor of Serving Under His Eyes.
  • A Governor's Daughter's Name.
  • Roman Taste for the Country.
  • HOT WORDS IN SOUTH CAROLINA; Dispensary Question Causes Trouble in the Constitutional Convention.
  • Carlyle's Amenities.
  • CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CONVENTION; Y.W.C.A. DELEGATES OF THE INTERNATIONAL BOARD CONFER. At A Preliminary ...
  • Rome the Great Mother.
  • IT ANNOYED MR. J.C. SHEEHAN; So He Made Answer to Daniel G. Griffin's Statement Respecting the Defeat ...
  • The Men Who Brighten Life.
  • Tars Should Have a Choice Tobacco.
  • NICARAGUA CANAL PLANS; An English View of the Great Inter-oceanic Waterway. ITS PROSPECTS REMARKABLY ...
  • Saved $40,000 for a Library.
  • A NEW HOME FOR RETIRED ACTORS; Fanny Davenport to Found a Retreat for Them, with a Dramatic School as ...
  • A Tardy Conscience.
  • LIVES OF MANY WERE IN PERIL; Two Horses Attached to a Coach Ran Away in Central Park -- A Boy Hurt.
  • An Easy Welsh Name.
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • Training Hawks.
  • CHURCH EXTENSION WORK; Annual Meeting of the Methodist Board in Chicago. RECEIPTS DURING THE PAST YEAR ...
  • TWO RACES FOR THE ENGLISHMEN.; Won the Pair and Four Oared Events at the Austin Regatta.
  • Complexion of Virginia's Legislature.
  • PLAYED HE WAS A "WALKING ARSENAL."; Shooting Accident at Northampton -- Boy Kills His Sister.
  • THE FINANCIAL MARKETS; The Foreign Outlook Considered to be More Reassuring. LIQUIDATION APPARENTLY ...
  • OBITUARY RECORD.; Col. William Hamilton Harris.
  • PLUM PUDDING MUST GO; Mrs. Hudders Would Also Rob Thanksgiving Day of Other Dainties. NO MORE FRAGRANT ...
  • Lost His Life Saving Chickens.
  • ARBITRATION, NOT WAR; Subject Laid Before Chamber of Commerce by Its Committee. NEED OF APPRAISER'S ...
  • DELAYS IN THE DURRANT CASE; Pending an Appeal, Sentence Will Not Be Pronounced.
  • CRESCENTS WILL CLAIM THE GAME.; Insist that the Orange Men Must Play on the Day Fixed.
  • PISTOL QUICKER THAN KNIFE; Murello and Storetti Agreed to Fight with Fists -- Changed Plan and Murello ...
  • RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION TO CEASE; Seventh-Day Adventists Acquitted of a Charge of Sabbath Violation.
  • Gift to Pennsylvania Museum.
  • Indians Hunting Buffalo.; Gen. A.N. Miles in The North American Review.
  • Soldiering and Luck.
  • TOLD TO STOP POLICY GAMBLLNG; If Jersey City's Chief Does Not Do So, Judge Hudspeth Will Act.
  • CORRECT VOTE OF WESTCHESTER; Palmer's Plurality Was 1,867, and Colvin Ran Ahead with 1,887.
  • Madagascar Consideration Deferred.
  • Negroes and Populists Rejected.
  • THINKS PITTSBURG WILL WIN.; Senator Quay Says the Republican Convention Will Be Held There.
  • Shipping Ducks' Eggs. China.
  • Consul Mills Home to be Married.
  • PENNSY'S FACULTY ACTS.; Prohibits Athletic Team to Play Except on College Grounds.
  • MISS MARIE VYSE BADLY HURT; Attacked with Vertigo While Driving, Fell, and Is Suffering with Concussion ...
  • M'GOLDRICK STILL IN DANGER; Fatal Consequences May Result from the Internal Injuries, Dr Shunk Certifies.
  • ANTI-SEMITES OF VIENA ANGRY; Resolutions to Re-elect Dr. Lueger Which Will Entail Dissolution of Council ...
  • When They Drank to Excess.
  • Sash (Chassis) Window.
  • Hodgkin Prize Paid in London.
  • RAPID GROWTH OF NEW JERSEY; Every County in the State but One Has Gained Population in the Past Five ...
  • THE RETURN OF JACQUES.
  • Obituary 2 -- No Title
  • Seventeen Sealing Vessels Seized.
  • Made It Pleasant for Them.
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • KEPT CONFINED FOR THREE YEARS; Peter Lauer Released from an Indiana Insane Asylum.
  • WANTED HIS FAMILY TO SEE; Mr. Scheftel Had a Lively Time When He Made His First Appearance on the Stock ...
  • THE ENGINEER AT FAULT; Low Water in the Boiler Caused the Detroit Explosion. THIRTY-TWO BODIES ARE RECOVERED ...
  • PRINCETON AGAINST CORNELL.; Line-up of the Two Teams to Play on Manhattan Field To-morrow.
  • World's Fair Men Going to Atlanta.
  • St. Columbia.
  • Credit Foncier Director Replaced.
  • FOUND A PANTHER IN HIS LITTLE HOME.; Farmer Smith's Encounter with a Ferocious Beast.
  • Former European Lions.
  • BARGAINS IN HORSES.; Results of the Sales at the American Horse Exchange.
  • NEWS OF THE RAILROADS; Significant Action of the Anthracite Coal Operators. WANT RAILROAD REPRESENTATION ...
  • The Obstacle.
  • Mr. Forbes in the Legislature.
  • Reports Filed in Albany.
  • Board of Trade October Returns.
  • The Normal Boy.
  • Bequest for Children's Excursions.
  • Buys a Gold Brick and Kills Himself.
  • HE IS FOR CONSOLIDATION; Edward Lauterbach Wants New-York and Brooklyn to be One. OPPOSED TO UNNECESSARY ...
  • DEMOCRACY NOT ON TRIAL; The Issues in Tuesday's Election Outside Party Policies. A GOOD DAY FOR DETHRONING ...
  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CITY VOTE.
  • NEW-YORK WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS; Their Convention to Open To-day and to Continue Until Monday.
  • TACTICS OF INSURGENTS; Gomez Advances to Santa Clara, Maceo Through Puerto Principe. ROSABEL DEFEATS ...
  • The German and the Woman.
  • Baseball Men to Meet.
  • Western Freight Pool Assured.
  • CAPT. EAKINS MAKES AN APPEAL; His Action for Retirement from the Police Force Carried to the General ...
  • Curious Idiosyncracies.
  • SEVERAL NEW STEAM YACHTS.; Handsome Boats Being Built for Next Year's Season.
  • TRYING TO PAY A MORTGAGE; Port Chester Women Open a Fair That Has a Promising Outlook.
  • Cannot Cross D., L. and W. Tracks.
  • WARNER MILLER ON THE RESULT; Not Looking for Anything Save Republican Party Success, He Says -- His ...
  • PHYLLOXERA RAVAGES ITALY.; Sicilly Has Suffered Greatly, and the Infection Is Spreading.
  • A Definition of Americanism.
  • An Official Dinner. India.
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • HARRISON AND BRADLEY.; John C. New Suggests a Republican National Ticket.
  • CANDIDATES REPORT EXPENSES; C.F. MacLean Says He Spent No Money to be Elected Supreme Court Justice ...
  • Death of Third Baron Bolton.
  • FOG EMBARGO IS RAISED; Fleet of Incoming and Outgoing Ships Leave the Bay. DIFFICULTY IN RIVER NAVIGATION ...
  • ADMIRAL SHUFELDT DEAD; Close of a Long and Honorable Record in the U.S. Navy. ALSO IN THE DIPLOMATIC ...
  • AMERICAN RIGHTS IN ARMENIA.; Robert S. Chilton Was at Trebizond on the Day of the Riot.
  • ARMED MEN IN A COURT HOUSE.; Election Dispute in Denver Has Attained an Acute Stage.
  • Transatlantic Trip Abandonode
  • The Oil Boom Again in Ohio.
  • The Victor to the Vanquished.
  • SIX DIED, HELP NEAR; Brooklyn Firemen and Police Did Not Seek the Ryans. SOME ONE SAID THEY HAD ESCAPED ...
  • THE DEMOCRATS OF NEW-YORK CITY.
  • Man's Evening Dress.
  • Small Socialist Gain in Massachusetts.
  • IN THE REAL ESTATE FIELD; SOME MATTERS OF INTEREST REPORTED BY BROKERS Sales of Lots and Dwellings -- ...
  • FORGER DAVIS FORFEITS HIS BOND; The San Francisco Authorities Lose Their Prisoner.
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • NEW YORK NEEDS REPAIRS; The Cruiser Mast Spend Several Weeks at the Navy Yard. MILES OF PIPING CORRODED ...
  • Lord Wolseley.
  • Ottoman Bank's Plight Relieved.
  • Huddersfield's Draughty Concert Hall.
  • EGGS FOR ELECTION BETTORS; One of the Missiles Landed on the Desk of a Justice Who Made Warrants for ...
  • Mr. Alvord's Condition Improved.
  • CHRISTIAN WORKERS' CONVENTION; Delegates Present in New-Haven from the United States and Canada.
  • Rain Follows Prayer.
  • FITTED AS MISSIONARIES; Work of the Union Training Institute in Brooklyn. SPECIAL STUDIES FOR MEN AND ...
  • GORMAN KISSES THE ROD; He Has No Harsh Words for the People Who Drubbed Him. VERY SORRY, THOUGH, FOR ...
  • LUDLOW STREET JAIL REPAIRS; Sheriff Tamsen Thinks Commissioner Brookfield Should Have Funds for the ...
  • NEW PARK BOARD NEXT WEEK; Some of the Men Mentioned for Commissioners -- Meeting of Present Board -- ...
  • The South and the Democratic Party.
  • KEELY'S MOTOR.
  • Luther's Bible.
  • The Frog: a Natural History.
  • Timothy Healy Replaced by Davitt.
  • At a Disadvantage.
  • Weidenfeld -- Donovan.
  • TURKEY'S NEW MINISTRY; Halil Rifat Pasha Succeeds Kiamil Pasha as the Grand Vizier. OFFICIALS COMPLAIN ...
  • OVATION TO A THEATRE MANAGER.; George Alexander Was a Victim of the London Policeman's Perjury.
  • TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
  • A Club Garfield Belonged To.
  • SUNDAY GOLF PLAYERS FREE; W.H. Davidge and Francis Saunders of the Richmond County Hunt Club Broke No Law.
  • OUR NAVY AND COMMERCE; Discussion Before the Society of Naval Architects. CENTREBOARD IN YACHTBUILDING ...
  • AUDITOR HOLCOMB'S SUGGESTIONS; Recommendations to Change the Law Regarding the Bonds of Every Disbursing ...
  • DEPOSITIONS IN THE COLT DIVORCE CASE; The Defendant and His Attorney Go to New-Hampshire for Testimony.
  • LOST 5,000 CHILDREN IN A YEAR; Jersey City Officials Try in Vain to Find What Has Become of Them.
  • Article 2 -- No Title
  • The Trouble with the Texas.
  • Society of Beaux-Arts Architects.
  • CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW AT NEWPORT; Many Prizes Taken by New-York Exhibitors Yesterday.
  • Smith the Minority Judge.
  • WAIVED BY GEN. AUSTIN LATHROP; He Is Willing that Testimony Against Him Be Taken at Albany.
  • Socialist Deputy Sentenced to Jail.
  • Article 4 -- No Title
  • HORSE SHOW SEATS IN DEMAND.; Speculators Had Plenty, and the Public Had to Pay Their Premium.
  • PAID HIS ELECTION BET; George F. Greene Wheeled Jacob Fernando Around the Block in a Handcart.
  • Lawyer Superstitions About Friday.
  • MAY ABANDON THE SILVER ISSUE; Alabama Representatives Want the Money Question Taken Out of the Approaching ...
  • STILL PURSUING BEEF COMBINATION; The Government Secures Evidence to Lay Before the Grand Jury.
  • FOR EACH YEAR ONE PENNY; The Birthday Sociable of the Central Methodist Episcopal Church Found to Have ...
  • MEETING OF THE NEW-ENGLAND COLLEGES; List of the Colleges Represented at Dartmouth Yesterday.
  • Cigarettes May Be Taxed.
  • FALSE TO HIS PLEDGES; The Rev. Dr. Parkhurst's Accusation Against Mayor Strong. NON-PARTISANSHIP NOT ...
  • Cross -- Stevens.
  • Hard Work and Huxley.
  • Two Historians at Odds.
  • AN EARLY ISSUE OF BONDS; State Officers Preparing for Work on the Canals. WILL HAVE NO UNNECESSARY DELAY ...
  • THE ONLY WAY OUT.
  • FLOWERS FOR MANY HOSPITALS; Disposition of Those Used at the Marlborough-Vanderbilt Wedding.
  • A Man and His Wife Whipped.
  • TESTIMONY FOR DAVID HANNIGAN; His Mind Unsettled After Loretta's Death, His Partner Testifies -- The ...
  • MEADOWBROOK'S BIG HUNT.; A Run of Fourteen Miles Across Long Island in Delightful Weather.
  • Where Birds Are Cheap.
  • MR. GROUT STILL HOPES; Cannot Believe He Has Not Been Elected Mayor of Brooklyn. SAYS HE HAS MADE DISCOVERIES ...
  • INDIANA WILL DEMAND IT; She Will Urge Gov. Matthews for Presidential Candidate. BUT WILL LOOK FOR SECOND ...
  • INVESTIGATION IN MARYLAND.; Operations of Present and Past Officials Likely to be Overhauled.
  • BOARD ALLOWS RECORDS; Claims of Fast Cyclers Approved by the Managers of Racing. NOTHING ABOUT THE "FIXED" ...
  • Mangaria Will Be Taken to France.
  • A GREAT VOLUME OF TRAFFIC.
  • COL. ALBERT W. JOHNSON DEAD.; Father of the ex-Congressman to be Buried in Greenwood To-day.
  • REMINDER TO THE MAYOR; Woman Suffragists Recall a Promise Made to Them. THE SALARIES OF SCHOOL TEACHERS ...
  • The 40,000 Stay-at-Homes.
  • Went Aground near Execution Rock.
  • France the Disturbing Element.
  • UNITED PRESS ELECTION REPORTS; Western Papers Credit the Organization with Its Good Work.
  • Death of Au Revoir.
  • Germany's Emperor and Empress.
  • Hurt in the Fog at Islip.
  • LENA LEWIS SHOT HER BROTHER; She Picked up a Rifle and Just Playfully Pointed It at Him.
  • QUAY AIDED BRADLEY.; Contributed Money, but Would Not Assist in Defeating Blackburn.
  • Supposed Brooklyn Man Suicide.
  • MADDEN THE WINNER, THEY SAY; LONG ISLAND CITY OFFICIALS KEEP BALLOTS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. Do Not Agree ...
  • BLACKBURN WILL BE RETIRED; Seems to be No Possibility of His Re-election as Senator -- Kentucky Legislative ...
  • Have Settled Their Differences.
  • POST OFFICE NOTICE.
  • Article 3 -- No Title
  • The Puritan Delayed by Fog.
  • Editorial Article 1 -- No Title
  • Macauley -- Bulkeley.
  • A Live Paper for Denver.
  • THE EXPOSITION OUT OF DEBT.; One Hundred Thousand Dollars Contributed to It by Atlanta Men.
  • Another New-Jersey Trolley Fight.
  • Now that Mahone Has Gone.
  • PRINCETON'S MEN AT PRACTICE.; Rosengarten Was Captain and the Team Did Well.
  • BAYARD ON INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM; Essential to National Progress and Permanence of Prosperity -- Form of ...
  • Front Page 1 -- No Title
  • SPIES AT THE POST OFFICES.; Izzet's Torture and Other Reports Denied by Said Pasha and Others.
  • The Sources of Don Quixote.
  • CHOCTAWS REJECT ALLOTMENT; Mention of the Subject Within the Indian Territory Is Declared Treason by ...
  • DEMOCRATS GAINED IN UTICA.; Mayor Gibson's Opposition to "Jobs" Indorsed by Voters.
  • English, Irish, and Home Rule,
  • CITY AND VICINITY.
  • Statistics of Cholera in Egypt.
  • YALE AND DR. W.L. PHELPS; Sketch of the Gifted Young Lecturer on English Literature. ATTAINMENTS AND ...
  • Eight Thousand Schools in Georgia.
  • FAMILY OF SIX BURNED; Father, Mother, and Four Daughters Perished in a Fire in Brooklyn This Morning.
  • German Mendelssohn Scholarship.
  • Anti-Semite's Election Not Ratified.
  • After a Water Rat.
  • Freitch's Boat Wrecked in a Gale.
  • ELECTRICITY ON RAILWAYS; A German Engineer Looking into the Methods Adopted in This Country.
  • ELECTION FIGHT IN NEW-JERSEY; Firearms Used Freely, but Fortunately Nobody Was Wounded.
  • OBITUARY RECORD.
  • David Plunket's Farewell Address.
  • DEMOCRATIC MAYOR AT ALBANY.; Mr. Platt's Man Barnes Receives at Municipal Setback.
  • SCENIC AND HISTORIC PLACES; Meeting of Trustees Who Aim to Preserve Grounds Having Special Associations ...
  • A PURITAN PASSENGER'S MISHAP; Leaving the Fog-Bound Boat for a Launch Off Whitestone, He Fell into the River.
  • An American Story Not Believed.
  • SALE OF ORIOLE COACH HORSES.; Some Good Bargains Obtained at the American Exchange.
  • WHIP HAND OF TAMMANY; Position in Which the German-American Union Regards Itself. THE PREREQUISITE TO ...
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • FLOWER SHOW AT ORANGE, N.J.; Auspicious Opening of Floricultural Society's Exhibition -- School Children's ...
  • CITY UNDER A DENSE VEIL; Manhattan Island Girt About by a Heavy Fog. NOT A SHIP ARRIVES IN THIS PORT ...
  • Coronation Vases of Moscow.
  • THE SOCIAL WORLD.
  • Two More Spanish Generals for Cuba.
  • WRIT FOR DISCHARGED FOREMAN; The Street Cleaning Commissioner Directed to Reinstate W. Carroll -- No ...
  • AT LEAST FORTY DEAD; Result of a Boiler Explosion at Detroit. MANY BODIES RECOVERED Twenty People Suffering ...
  • FULL RESULTS LACKING; Counting the Votes Delayed Somewhat by the New Ballot. OFFICIAL COUNT MAY BRING ...
  • High Rate of Postage.
  • OLD DOCK BOARD METHODS; Andrew J. White Tells of His Share of Patronage. HIS PRAISE FOR ENGINEER GREENE ...
  • German Socialist Paper Seized.
  • Dinner to the Duke's Servants.
  • Regretful Admission.
  • MAKE THEM SPEAK OUT.
  • Slate Going over the Andes.
  • EARLY REPUBLICAN GRABBERS.; Places to be Filled by Gov. Morton Because of Election Results.
  • LAW MUST BE ENFORCED; Official Announcement by President Roosevelt of the Police Board. NO LET-UP ON ...
  • JOY AMONG STATE OFFICERS.; Secretary Palmer and "Brother" Colvin Are Duly Congratulated.
  • LYNCHERS DEFIED BY CONSTABLES; A Pennsylvania Mob's Purpose Frustrated by the Speed of a Horse and the ...
  • Death of Daniel B. Bowker.
  • Heedless "Scorchers."
  • Japanese Women.
  • Counterfeit Stamps Secured.
  • SYRACUSE MACHINE OUSTED.; James J. Belden Helped Defeat His Old Enemy, Hendricks.
  • WHAT SOLDIERS SHALL GO; Discussion over Military Representation for Manhattan Day. THE COMMITTEE HAS ...
  • MGR. SATOLLI AND THE CARDINALATE; Beretta to be Imposed at Baltimore -- The Date Probably Dec. 15.
  • YESTERDAY'S WEDDING.
  • West End of London Described.
  • RUMORS OF AN IMPENDING DUEL; Prince Iturbide and Col. Robert Neville Said to Have Arranged a Hostile ...
  • For New-Rochelle Hospital.
  • Japan's Management in Corea.
  • NO FAIR WILL CONTEST; The Estate Settled and in the Hands of the Various Heirs.
  • FOREST AND MARSH FIRES IN INDIANA; The Belt Stretches Over Seven Counties, and Towns Are in Danger.
  • ENGINEERS ON CLYDE STRIKE.; Public Sentiment Against Sympathetic Lock-Out of Shipbuilders.
  • GEN. HARRISON PLEASED.; The ex-President Declines to Discuss Next Year's Chances.
  • THE JEFFERSON TESTIMONIAL; A Great Body of Actors and Actresses Will Meet To-morrow to Honor America's ...
  • JACQUES RELEASED FROM JAIL; A Victim of English Solicitors Rescued by the State Department.
  • Match Race at Fleetwood.
  • Transcontinental Rate War.
  • Lincoln, the American.
  • YOUNG'S TEAM WON.; The Atalanta Wheelmen's Team Race an Interesting Event.
  • OLD SCHUYLER HOMESTEAD BURNED; A Fine Structure It Was, Built in the Style of the Olden Time.
  • THEATRICAL GOSSIP.
  • THE CANAL WILL BE APPROVED; Congress May Not at Once Indorse the Report of the Commission -- Foreign ...
  • A SOUND MONEY VICTORY; Kentucky Democrats Repudiated War Hardin's Silver Views. THEY VOTED AGAINST FREE ...
  • KIAMIL PASHA DISMISSED; Details of Demand of the Powers and Reply of the Porte. ORDER IS EXACTED IN ...
  • Hyde Park and the War Office.
  • Candidate George Fred Williams.
  • Health of King of Denmark.
  • THE CRISIS IN TURKEY.
  • Another Earthquake Under Rome.
  • THE JERSEY LANDSLIDE; Griggs Had a Majority over All Gubernatorial Candidates. REPUBLICAN PLURALITY ...
  • Philadelphia School Statistics.
  • SHE IS NOW A DUCHESS; Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt's Marriage to the Duke of Marlborough. GREAT CROWDS CHEER ...
  • DIED OF HER WOUNDS IN EUROPE; Little Annie Manschalke Succumbs to Injuries Received from a Burglar.
  • HAYWOOD ELECTED TREASURER.; Pennsylvania Returns Indicate the Choice of Smith for Superior Judge.
  • BLAND TALKS NONSENSE.; Apostle of Free Coinage Has Something to Say About the Elections.
  • The Rights of the Voter Sustained.
  • A Naval Promotion.
  • Harry Wright's Baseball Records.
  • Cattaraugus Needs Some Democrats.
  • THINKS THE KATAHDIN A GOOD VESSEL; One of the Builders Discusses the Rejection of the Ram.
  • Tragic Story of a Bear Farm's End.
  • Front Page 1 -- No Title
  • Has Found Antitoxine a Success.
  • HAMILTONS WIN TWO GAMES; Beat Mechanics and Western National in Bank Clerks' Series.
  • The Returned Pocketbook.
  • EXPENSIVE EXPRESS SERVICE; The Way in Which the State Pays Heavily for Small Transfers.
  • THE MATTER WITH NEW-JERSEY.
  • Pinero's Title and the Facts.
  • MAGISTRATE MOTT UNDERSTOOD; So He Called the Imperial Hotel's Guest from Mexico a Loafer and Fined Him $10.
  • CATHOLIC SCHOOLS IN MANITOBA; A Forgery in a Date Line Discovered by the Government.
  • MISHAPS TO WEDDING USHERS; Two of the Gibson-Langhorne Nuptials Hurt in Equestrian Exercise.
  • TIMES BOWLING MEDALS; Each of the Three Wheelmen's Tournaments to Have One GIVEN FOR INDIVIDUAL EXCELLENCE ...
  • The Ballot as a Safeguard.
  • DUTY ON WOOL TO BE RESTORED; Senator Sherman Intimates that Congress Will Follow the Dictates of the ...
  • The Majority in Massachusetts.
  • IS IT GLEASON OR MADDEN; COURTS MAY HAVE TO DECIDE THE LONG ISLAND CITY ELECTIONS. Supervisor's Figures ...
  • FELL UNCONSCIOUS IN COURT; W.H. Dieffenbach Overcome by Excitement at the Trial of His Damage Suit Against ...
  • The Local Result in Buffalo.
  • The Death of Student Levie.
  • The Dexter in Greenport Harbor.
  • CONGRESSMAN AMOS J. CUMMINGS; Elected as the Representative from the Tenth District.
  • BRITAIN AND COLONIES; Chamberlain on the Empty Dream of Imperial Federation. THE POSSIBILITY OF SEPARATION ...
  • Schools Closed by Diphtheria.
  • The Anonymous in Magazines.
  • SUICIDE ON CABLE TRACK; Man Deliberately Lay Down Before a Car on the Third Avenue Line and Was Killed.
  • A Veteran Fireman Reinstated.
  • Dutchess County Flower Show.
  • Football at Manhattan Field.
  • SHOT DEAD BY A WOMAN; Charles Landry Killed by Mrs. Henry Haun in Amsterdam.
  • STEAMSHIP CANADIA ASHORE; Struck Broadside on and Had to be Beached at Little Metis Light, Below Quebec ...
  • Brown, 10; Wesleyan, 5.
  • THE RESULT IN NEBRASKA; Populists Seem to Have Gone to Pieces and the Republicans Win.
  • VERY LIKE A LANDSLIDE; Results of the Election in the Empire State. REPUBLICAN PLURALITY GROWING State ...
  • DEPOSITIONS IN THE COLT DIVORCE SUIT; Fewer Witnesses than Generally Supposed Will Give Their Testimony.
  • CANDIDATES IN BROOKLYN; Personality of the Men Who Are Claiming the Election. GROUT AND HIS OPPONENT ...
  • MISSISSIPPI'S MAJORITY 50,000.; The Democrats Have Stamped Out Burkittism and Populism.
  • Success of a Second-Story Burglar.
  • Holmes's St. Louis Record.
  • J.B. M'GOLDRICK STABBED; Chief Clerk of the City Court in a Critical Condition. HAD A FIGHT IN A BARROOM ...
  • YALE, 18; INDIANS, 0.; The Eleven from Carlisle Played Strong Football.
  • A Harvard Student Loses Heirlooms.
  • WALTER K. FREEMAN'S CASE; Investigating the Charges Against the Westinghouse Company.
  • Lawrenceville, 10; Princeton, 6.
  • PLUNGED INTO THE RIVER; The Locomotive of a Raritan River Train Passes Through a Draw.
  • Impressions of J.W. Mackay Jr.
  • THESE TWO VOYAGES REMARKABLE; The Nellie Troop 209 Days from Manila the Helensburg 21 Days from Hull.
  • DAVID HANNIGAN'S BRAIN; Many Witnesses Who Declare His Sister's Death Affected It. WAS A WILD RIDER ...
  • YESTERDAY'S WEDDINGS
  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson Ill.
  • MANY NEW USES FOUND FOR ALUMINIUM; Entering Largely into Ship Construction and Many Minor Matters.
  • WILDCAT BANKING CHARGED; Receivers Asked for the Chalmette Insurance Company and the Bank of North America ...
  • IN THE REAL ESTATE FIELD; A Block Front on Lexington Avenue and Other Plots of Lots Sold -- List of ...
  • Prince Bismarck and Family.
  • SUICIDE OF A FAMOUS SINGER.; Lederer Had Lost His Money by Defalcation of Schoenfeld.
  • NO TIME TO DISCUSS IT.; Senator Hill Is Too Busy to Talk of the Elections.
  • ELECTRON MACHINES ALL RIGHT; Trouble in Mount Vernon Said to Have Been with Officials.
  • Count Vitzthum von Eckstaedt.
  • Free Rides on Live-Stock Trains.
  • Married at Police Headquarters.
  • A SAVANNAH MAN HAS A QUEER FISH; None of the Old Fishermen Are Able to Identify It.
  • Rev. T. De Witt Talmage Discharged.
  • Suicile of an Anerienn in Paris.
  • King of Portugal at Buckingham.
  • Prince and Princess of Monaco.
  • Jehu Baker Dying.
  • COMEDIAN CRANE'S SILVER WEDDING; Many Presents Given to the Actor and His Wife in Indianapolis.
  • WORK FOR DEMOCRATS; The United States Senate Is Lost for Many Years. BOSSES AND TRAITORS MUST GO With ...
  • A Cubic Yard in Court.
  • THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.
  • OHIO'S REPUBLICAN VICTORY; It Is Still Growing as the Returns from the Election Come In.
  • King Otto's Mental Condition.
  • Nepera Park Burglars Caught.
  • THE NEW CARNEGIE LIBRARY BUILDING; Crowds Visit the Library, Music Hall, Art Gallery, and Museum.
  • Worthiness of the Name of Smith.
  • Rivalries.
  • Editorial Article 1 -- No Title
  • London's Law About Wreaths.
  • EXPLAINING THE RESULT.
  • THE FIGHT IN ILLINOIS.; Democrats in That State Have Learned a Lesson from Lane's Experience.
  • Health of Queen of the Belgians.
  • Why England Is Not Popular.
  • Death of a Prominent Ecuadorian.
  • Thinks It Should Have Been the Seventh.
  • JUDGMENT AGAINST CRATHIE.; The British Steamer Held Responsible for Collision with the Elbe.
  • The Vote in Hudson County.
  • ARMENIANS GAIN A BATTLE.; Battalion of Regular Troops Surrenders at Chikour Hissai.
  • A Singular Accident.
  • Bank Failure in Washington.
  • How Wanamaker Keeps Sunday School.
  • A CLEVER HOTEL THIEF CAPTURED; The Man Who Stole $30,000 Worth of Diamonds from the Everett House Caught ...
  • MARYLAND REJOICES.; Democrats and Republicans Overjoyed at Gorman's Downfall.
  • Boy's Blow Killed an Old Man.
  • VICTORS AND VANQUISHED; Mr. Wurster and Mr. Shepard Talk of the Result in Brooklyn. THE LATTER IS STILL ...
  • Revoil to Succeed Imbert in Brazil.
  • FIGURES FOR WURSTER; Mr. Grout, However, Says the Police Returns Are Inaccurate. GRAVE ERRORS IN MANY ...
  • REPUBLICANS GET UTAH; Elect All Their State Candidates and a Majority of the Legislature.
  • NEW DORMITORY SYSTEM; To be Provided for the University of Pennsylvania. THE CORNERSTONE LAID TUESDAY ...
  • Russian Asylum Under Conditions.
  • "BOSS" ALDRIDGE DEFEATED.; Overthrow of the Odious Republican Ring in Rochester.
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • STORM BREWING IN TAMMANY; Dissatisfaction in More Than Half the Assembly Districts -- Ex-Mayor Grant's Scheme.
  • WALL FALLS INTO BROADWAY; Side of Building Burned in Bleecker Street Also Topples Over -- The General ...
  • UNDERGROUND LONDON
  • Captain and Steersman Killed.
  • KILLED HIMSELF WITH ACID; Henry Frank, Formerly a Leather Merchant, Found Dead in a Chatham Square Lodging ...
  • KENTUCKY AND MARYLAND.
  • Not an Evidence of Wealth.
  • Lord's Day Observance Society.
  • Dwight -- Loring.
  • THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN NEW-YORK CITY.
  • Article 21 -- No Title
  • TAMMANY!; TIGER RENEWS ITS VIGOR AND SWEEPS THE CITY. PURROY AGAIN ELECTED COUNTY CLERK Truax, Smyth, ...
  • KANSAS GOES REPUBLICAN.; David Martin Elected Chief Justice -- Majority, 20,000.
  • Philip Lowery's Sudden Death.
  • Revolution Imminent in Haiti.
  • BROOKLYN'S GAS COMBINATION; All the Companies Under One Corporation Capitalized for $30,000,000 -- George ...
  • RAINES'S SORRY VICTORY; His Election Causes Deep Regret in Both Parties. HOW HIS FIGHT WAS CONDUCTED ...
  • REPORTS FROM MANY COUNTIES.; Everywhere the New System of Voting Gave Complete Satisfaction.
  • MAGARIA ACCUSED OF STEALING; Charged with Embezzling 35,000f. from the Compagnie Generale Transatlantique ...
  • NEWS PROMPTLY GIVEN; Large Crowds Watched The New-York Times's Bulletin Board. ELECTION RETURNS AND ...
  • KENTUCKY YET IN DOUBT; The Result for Governor Will Be Very Close. ALL INDICATIONS FAVOR BRADLEY The ...
  • P. Wat Hardin,; Probably Elected Governor of Kentucky on the Democratic Ticket.
  • VOTING RIGHT OF POLICE; Commissioner Roosevelt Summoned to the Supreme Court. MANDAMUS ASKED FOR AND ...
  • LONG ISLAND CITY'S VOTE CLOSE; P.J. Gleason's Friends Claim His Election for Mayor -- Large Plurality ...
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • Ex-Senator Plunkitt's Dispatch.
  • WAS A REPUBLICAN YEAR; The Democrats Were Defeated in Many States. MARYLAND A REPUBLICAN PRIZE New-York ...
  • Lloyd Lowndes,; Elected Governor of Maryland on the Republican Ticket.
  • THE GREAT NORTHERN STRIKE; William E. Burns Believes that the Men Have Many Grievances -- Montana Central ...
  • THE NEWS IN WASHINGTON.; Great Interest Displayed in the Bulletins on the Election.
  • Eccentric Short Stories.; STOLEN SOULS. By William Le Queux. New-York. Frederick A. Stokes Co. $1.
  • Article 15 -- No Title
  • Article 3 -- No Title
  • Front Page 1 -- No Title
  • Article 14 -- No Title
  • B. William's, Jr., Shot and Killed.
  • Moody Elected in Massachusetts.
  • Article 20 -- No Title
  • Beyond His Comprehension.
  • Frederick T. Greenhalge,; Re-elected Governor of Massachusetts on the Republican Ticket.
  • RACING SEASON ENDED; Last Day's Sport at Morris Park Most Enjoyable. THE FINISHES WELL CONTESTED Richards ...
  • A Ballot Machine Caused Delay.
  • THEY MAY MARCH IN ATLANTA; Twenty-second Regiment Men Ready to Parade on Manhattan Day.
  • THE FAILURE OF FUSION.
  • AMERICAN MARRIAGE IN PARIS.; Delphine, Daughter of Gen. Read, Becomes Countess de Foras.
  • Collapse of Schwanthaler Passage.
  • GORMAN BITES THE DUST; Maryland Repudiates Him, His Candidates, and His Bossism. REPUBLICAN'S CARRY ...
  • No Cause for Alarm.
  • AMERICAN'S SAFE AT BITLIS; Mudir of Moosh Made a Threat, but Was Recalled to His Senses.
  • Galloway in the Buckram Books.; SIR QUIXOTE OF THE MOORS. By John Buchan. New-York: Henry Holt & ...
  • Gen. F.M. Drake,; Elected Governor of Iowa on the Republican Ticket.
  • Article 2 -- No Title
  • Much in the Method and the Means.
  • Another Obstreperous Heroine.; A WOMAN IN IT. A Sketch of Feminine Misadventure. By "Rita" Philadelphia: ...
  • An Old Farmer's Horse Sense.
  • Article 11 -- No Title
  • Bohemiam Prisoners Pardoned.
  • Article 7 -- No Title
  • Gen. Asa S. Bushnell,; Elected Governor of Ohio on the Republican Ticket.
  • SENATE NOMINEES WORK HARD; T.J. M'MANUS ESCAPES SOME FIGHTS IN THE SEVENTEENTH. Greeted with Cheers, ...
  • Lowther's Scheme Against Depression.
  • George J. Gould Votes.
  • Article 23 -- No Title
  • Carmanx Works Refuse Arbitration.
  • Article 6 -- No Title
  • IS A CONGRESSMAN AGAIN; Mr. Cummings's Election Due to His Personality and Record. GENEROUS WORDS FOR ...
  • St. Louis Wants a Convention.
  • Article 17 -- No Title
  • RESULTS OF ELECTIONS
  • SOUP FOR ITALIAN VOTERS; REPUBLICAN WOMEN WORKERS DISPENSED IT UP TOWN ALL DAY. Mrs. Mary L. Hall Electioneer ...
  • A Good Theological Novel.; A SINGULAR LIFE. By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. Boston: Houghton. Miffiin & ...
  • LOSSES BY FIRE.
  • THE STATE ELECTIONS.
  • IOWA HEAVILY REPUBLICAN.; The Majority for Governor May Reach Seventy-five Thousand.
  • BIG FIRE IN BROADWAY; More than Twenty Firemen Hurt, Three Buildings Destroyed. THE LOSS WILL REACH ...
  • Article 19 -- No Title
  • DEMOCRATS CARRY VIRGINIA.; Will Have Two-thirds of the Members of Both Legislative Houses.
  • REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN ILLINOIS.; Free Silver Advocacy Caused the Defeat of Ex-Congressman Lane.
  • A NEW MISSION CONSECRATED; GOD'S PROVIDENCE CHAPEL OPENED IN BROOME STREET. The Gift of Mrs. Percy R. ...
  • OBITUARY RECORD.
  • DEFEATS OF INSURGENTS; Oliver Victorious at San Augustin and Loma las Flores -- Fleites Killed, Martinez ...
  • In Boston.
  • GREENHALGE WINS AGAIN; Republicans Carry Massachusetts by an Increased Plurality. WILLIAMS'S MAGNIFICENT ...
  • FRACTURED HIS SKULL COASTING; Charles Turner Taken to the Tarrytown Hospital in a Dying Condition.
  • ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL WEDDING; Senor Don Julio Rengifo to Marry Miss Regina Barbour.
  • MR. ROOSEVELT.
  • The Newport Colony.
  • REPUBLICANS LEAD IN UTAH.; The Statehood Proposition Carried by a Heavy Majority.
  • A Queer Election Incident.
  • TEWFIK PASHA'S SURPRISE; Sublime Porte's Ambassador Quits Berlin Without Formality. GERMANY'S ACTION ...
  • CHICAGO REPUBLICAN.; A Majority of Thirty Thousand on the Judicial Ticket.
  • Salisbury at a Cabinet Meeting.
  • TAILLESS KITES SUCCESSFUL; Used to Tow Buoys from the Bergen Point Shore Across the Kills to Staten Island.
  • Pittsburg's New Carnegie Library.
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • Article 22 -- No Title
  • BACK FROM THE ARCTIC CIRCLE; Success of the Expedition of Field Naturalist Loring of the Department ...
  • Ansonia Goes Democratic.
  • REPUBLICANS IN PENNSYLVANIA.; They Carry the State by the Usual Big Majority.
  • Billy's Composition on the Horse.
  • Internal Revenue Conscience Fund.
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • NEW-ROCHELLE'S OLD ELMS; Their Destruction Denounced by the Townspeople.
  • Clyde Shipbuilders Stand by Belfast's.
  • How He Would Fix It.
  • SEA TOSSED FOR MONTHS; Bark Nellie Troop 209 Days in Coming from Manila. CURIOUS WEATHER ABOUT THE CAPE ...
  • VERY JUBILANT TEUTONS; German-American Reform Unionists Hoarse Shouting Victory. NOT A SUCCESS OF TAMMANY ...
  • Drowned in the Hudson River.
  • A SUCCESSFUL EXPLORER; Dr. Donaldson Smith Accomplishes His Mission in Africa.
  • CLOSE!; GROUT'S ELECTION CLAIMED BY REGULAR DEMOCRATS. REPUBLICANS SAY WURSTER WIN No Definite Result ...
  • A LETTER FROM WASHINGTON; The Columbia Historical Society Becomes Greatly Interested.
  • Article 18 -- No Title
  • Spoken.
  • Pingree Re-elected Mayor of Detroit.
  • Locomotive Rhapsodies.; TALES OF AN ENGINEER. WITH RHYMES OF THE RAIL. By Cy Warman. New-York: Charles ...
  • FRENCH MINISTRY PROJECTS.; Radicals and Socialists Elated, Conservatives Sure of a Fall.
  • Front Page 2 -- No Title
  • The New Picturing.
  • Article 10 -- No Title
  • John W. Griggs,; Elected Governor of New-Jersey on the Republican Ticket.
  • PALMER!; THE REPUBLICAN TICKET WINS IN NEW-YORK STATE. ALL THE STATE OFFICERS RE-ELECTED Democratic ...
  • A THREAT AGAINST TURKEY; Ambassadors of the Powers Go Beyond the Treaty of Berlin and Exact the Restoration ...
  • MISSISSIPPI DEMOCRATIC.; Entire State Ticket Elected by a Plurality of About 25,000.
  • TRIBUTES TO EUGENE FIELD; The Chicago Press Club Holds an Interesting Memorial Meeting.
  • WARNER MILLER EXULTS.; He Sees in the Republican Vote the Result of "Facing the Issues."
  • Article 13 -- No Title
  • Article 12 -- No Title
  • PATROL OF THE FLORIDA KEYS.; Steamer Forward Aids the Cutters McLane, Winona, and Morrill.
  • County Elections in Colorado.
  • A.J. McLaurin,; Elected Governor of Mississippi on the Democratic Ticket.
  • A Misplaced Advertisement.
  • Front Page 3 -- No Title
  • Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley.
  • Terhune -- Dawson.
  • Acquittal of the Marquis de Nayve.
  • A NEW FRENCH INDUSTRY.
  • Seizure by a Canadian Cruiser.
  • STATE OFFICERS ELECTED; Sketches of Republicans Who Were Victorious in New-York. THEIR VERY SUCCESSFUL ...
  • THE WORKING OF THE BALLOT.
  • THE BROOKLYN MAYORALTY.
  • Article 25 -- No Title
  • EXCITING TANDEM RACE.; It Was the Feature of the Riverside Wheelmen's Club Contests.
  • ELECTION NIGHT ROW BY BOYS; About Two Hundred of Them Fought for Fuel at Broadway and Prince Street ...
  • Death of Marquis de la Habana.
  • A NEW ENGLISH MELODRAMA; "In Sight of St. Paul's" Produced at the American Theatre.
  • NEW-JERSEY REPUBLICAN; John W. Griggs Elected Governor by About 15,000 Plurality. LEGISLATURE IS ALSO ...
  • TIGERS' NIGHT TO HOWL; Braves Dance and Hug Each Other with Joy at the Wigwam. UPROARIOUS TIME AT TAMMANY ...
  • Article 8 -- No Title
  • Editorial Article 1 -- No Title
  • VERY QUIET ELECTION DAY; Blanket Ballot System Worked Well in This City. INCIDENTS ABOUT POLLING PLACES ...
  • Passenger Traffic Looks Well.
  • REPUBLICANS WIN IN OHIO.; Elect Their State Ticket and a Majority of the Legislature.
  • The Kaiser in a Pelerine Cloak.
  • Article 24 -- No Title
  • Article 4 -- No Title
  • Heber M. Wells,; Elected Governor of Utah on the Republican Ticket.
  • NEWS OF THE RAILROADS; New Construction Contracted For -- Dr. W. Seward Webb's Shortened Line to Montreal.
  • CITY AND VICINITY.
  • LATEST OF THE NOVELS; Still Another Book by Anthony Hope. THE CHRONICLES OF COUNT ANTONIO. By Anthony ...
  • NEBRASKA IS REPUBLICAN.; The Majority Will Probably Reach Twenty Thousand.
  • Article 9 -- No Title
  • REPUBLICANS CARRY WESTCHESTER; Democrats Get but Two Aldermen and One Supervisor in Yonkers.
  • MISS VANDERBILT'S WEDDING; Nearly All Her Relatives Will Witness Her Marriage to the Duke of Marlborough ...
  • Article 16 -- No Title
  • G.M. Pinney District Attorney.
  • Credited to the Conscience Fund.
  • Illinois's Lincoln Monument.
  • MADAGASCAR INVASION SCANDAL.; Food and Other Articles Sold to Soldiers at Exorbitant Prices.
  • KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS CONFIDENT.; They Say They Will Carry the State by a Handsome Majority.
  • That Was Different.
  • Front Page 1 -- No Title
  • A Diplomat.
  • A Practical Standard of Light.
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • MRS. HALL'S STALWARTS; Her West Side Colored Republicans in a Parade. THE TAMMANY TIGER TREMBLED A March ...
  • Taxes in Some Bay State Towns.
  • HUNTING THE WILY FOX WITH THE LARIAT; Sport in the Santa Cruz Mountains -- Weird Sound of the Horn.
  • LIVELY BOWLING AHEAD; Twelve Cycle Clubs to be Represented in the Wheelmen's Tourney. ALL GAMES ON A ...
  • "DAVE" MARTIN DENIES A RUMOR.; No Fund Is to be Raised to Secure Pennsylvania for Harrison.
  • Didn't See Him.
  • Chancellor McGill and an Omen.

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Coverage: 1940-1983 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 43, No. 4)

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