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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 pniruhq KJ I UZiWPP  iiniAUU lh iv iv mm.  Balloting for the Site of the World’s Fair.  TALMAGE ON GRADY.  CANDLER DOES NOT CA8T A VOTE.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL-  DB- BO* —« ^XSSSS^tSlfS^  P "° hM * d  '° r   BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Anrirnr manv vain hu oonvlncod him that all dineaiw 5STt522f5i2 wb.n £    — -« by their n»dlo- «JvU»r.  Becurl! addition to >uch other treatment as may be deemed adrtaable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Bon Bath. and .nerds, in odd and Inclement weather  Each patient in thoroughly examined by Dr. Em*, ana rtceive.  daily personal att/ ntioo.  Now <3 TD O XA  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information tddrei* Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton, III. ________   v  Ii. A. HOFFMANN,.  A\„ 100-1(12 Emit Second st.  <»i ■ \<.kn rn nut  _ jnilor adSqBfc&r!* -ow  tSKuSS?“v:?"™!.. '-A-LSSjxs*”  /Tiies  Flr*t Ballot* nr th# Soother* Mfrnbrr* IM rldrd Betorca th# TUI#* of Washing ton nod Kl. Loaf#—Graal Inter#*! T»h#n In th* ContMi-rim Assistant P»* _*.tri Gent-1 I « h. h»wn to R#t»r# HU tint ct »l Record ('tplul City hot*#. WaMWWTON ('(TY, Fob. 25 -After th# voiding of th# J* urns I In tho boon Monday morning, Judge Kaltay’* *ucec**>r, Hey* burn of P«nn-ylvania appeared and bb ■worn in. Th'* bon## then (at 12:1 began So ballot on t he detection of a MSO *W th*-world’* fair. A* tbs* nam* of each mrmlwr wa* calili be announced hi* choke for th* tile, A prominent figure in th# pf#** gal-lory wa* Chauncey IVp w. Ail of th# gal lane* were pack# I. Th# roll call proceeded Without extit moot on th** Hoof. borne in-terot nae felt in the Tote of Candler of Mn* acfauwtte, who, aa chairman of th# world’* fair committee wa# #uppo#**d to he witiiout prejudice, When Candter’a name wa# anil rd there wee no raapottt, altliough tho ai am her from Mamacbuaotta wa* in bi* it  How th* Vote* Weat-The ami them mrmlwr* ti I» ui# I their rot#* between Bt. Lout# and WaahtnftOB, th# f(,rni«r receiving a greater proportion of th# ■out hem vote th„n wa* expected New \ ork oout rolled th# TOU from the anat and LM-ok go that (rf the whs torn and many of the  middle *t ate*  The Aret iialiot reedited:    Chicago 115.  R w York, 79. St lamia, SI; Washington SA Ti*# arennd ballot wa*: Chicago IM. Hew York *8. Bt. Lottie «*, Wa. bing ton SA \ Ae*  necxnoary to a choice, 155.  Third ballot: MA totea oaet. Chicago IJT, Hew York UU, Wallington Si, BL LotttoM.  Kt-oaa-ary to a choke, 155.    _  There were *» votea lilted in the fourth billot, reediting: Chicago UM. New York 95, HL Lottie 45, Washington to. Nacewary  ll* a choke IM.  Th# firth ha!'ok wa* aa follow*: Chicago 1*1), New York HO, ML lamia BK, Webbing* Pm 94—total number of vote#—till Neoaa-■ary lo a chok#, IST.  (In th# sixth ballot Chicago bed HH rote*. Paw York IPS. Bt Lout*. 99, Washing** IU.  Hofnaed to Take a Boe***.  After the announcement of th# sixth bal-  L, t  Wilson of Weal Virginia mowed that th* bod## lake a were* until ll o’clock Tuesday, ami on that motion th# yea* and nay* war* ordered. The bourn refitted to tak« a re ram. y*a* IU, rniy* 174,  H«v*.*utb ballot: Chicago 15ft, NffTmt lit, BL LnvkB, Waahing! oa 17. E acrita ry  to chok*, 156.     .    ......  Tm eighth tat kit muted the be*tn*m, Chicago rec* tving 167, New York Uf,JI Lottie 95 No mom vote* ware takeo, ump ango being rktnrkua  A Mtawrtol a#noon on tho Late Routttara  Editor.  New York, Feta ‘.A—Rot. Dr. Talmage proM'liotl at the Brooklyn Aoadamy of Mimic Sunday a memorial aeriuon upon th* leu, Henry W. Orally. Hr. iaimag# be beveil that Mr. Grady embodied lo bb lit* tho beat answer to th# question, “Can at editor he a Chrbtianr About a year ba-fore kb death Mr. Orally, in a conv. natior with Dr. Talmage in Atlanta rxpremeil hit profound faith in the Ooefi I He made it the gull Ie of lib professional aa well a* cd hi* private life. l»r. Talmage further die-(lear I impersonally the subjrct of th# new* paper preaa  Newspaper# and JeoraslUt*.  Touching up** bb own relation*i with newspaper* and newspaper nu n, be said:    ll  I asked Why I speak *o well of th* pre** n hen I have sometime* been unfairly treat*" by IL I reply that the u**r-j*p r pf#** of thb ami other oottntrb* by th* opportunity it ha# given D.e to interpret the RIMS aw preach the Gospel lo th* nation*. hasp** rn# under so greet obligetkm# that I deny all th# editor* ami ITporbW of the world «* write anything that »hatI bring forth from me nae word of bitter retort from now out I tile day of my death." Th# luagtegsflo* app lauded.  nnnu wnmoo TUG WI  r HUM AltUKW I un dint.  Interesting Item* of New, from Foreign Clime*.  EIGHT HOUR MOVEMENT.  CLARKSON TO RETIRE.  Iat#r#*ting Meeting* Held at Denver, (.olm, and Kprtaglleid, Ilia.  Denver, Cola, Fbb. ‘25.—17*# Denver TrtiN AMnblj and BntMinf Cimnel! halo a ma## meeting Sunday afternoon hi Oolf-•eum hall lo the inters* of the elgbt-boor working ilay agitatloa It was a rvprtaent*-tire an-tobla** of the wag# worker* of th* cit? Fully 400 Artisan* and their famlti** were packed In th# large had. Rev. Myron Rand, Jam** Belford and other prominent mSm SKS th. audboo* te both German and English. A nato! U’tun wa* pr—< dx Dossing sympathy with workings*** where in their -Aorta to k*e#n the bour* of  *Hi'*»UKonttiJ>, Db. F*b 31—Th# labor organisatiott* of tiib city Sundayorganised  aa rlghWh-air hague,  w  hi oil will work ta connection with the uatamal organiaitiottto iring about the eight-hour drnr. Th* orguutaatlun fort (eel Bu dday Witt ^ta# branch leagttm ta th# torritary bm tween Chicago, Bi. Loa to. kansas City and Indianapolta, and work to bring aboul a union inottMwm* for the reduction ta hour* oo May I,  rite at Elmira, J*. V.  El MIRA, N V . Feb to~F*s wa. dta  covered early ta th* morning ta Worn* A Beach’# geiitkiueo’s furnishing store, WD East Water streeL The Aam*# qtikkiy unread through th# bull tag, a fourwiori structure and to the adjoining tonw bf. and 111. ttock valued at gift,(JOU. Imhmgtac Ui Bt oar I A Beach, was dataeoy.d. tnsur anes. fIO,UUU liouashuid goods ladoogtng L, Thomas IP.Uhs is., which wen *ored*tt the third fl-« r. war# aka* dtaroyed. Jo* !• sa ho Mr. ib.tobkte. to 9I5.900, on which  there b no taeuranea .Harrt# A  gtK#is ktor*, MI, haw heavUy un *tock. TVj aco liifeuml for ISA OUR Youttg A ta, hardware    807.    Amated fUmag# ta  goods at 110,000; lose aa building |l.\OUO.  RESULT OF THE GERMAN ELECTIONS.  A Heavy railing HA In lh# Conservative Membership #1 th# Relrhsiag— London Tailors riawntag for a Big Rtrlke— A Large Hnlldlag Bain Katlrely el Paper — fighting ta Senegal — Mr. Bigger*# Panora!.  Btttu.ni, PV-b «,-Definite remit* oldataed from th# let# election show the return of 4H Causer vat ti««. WI luiprrtalots. 14 Ne-t.iMuai IJuera a, W Can triste, * Fretoeinig# and 90 Ho* ialtota In th# I we v iou# rtacltaag ti.# »t ci.gth of them partw* wa# respectively n », w. ms. af* n»l IL forming lh# “cartel" ombinatum badi JU ■sate in the previous nuehetag. They have thus far #htired only 74 ta tbs new rekhtt* tag.  Afraid ofth# Pope!***  Lo*poi. Fob 96. -Th* BL Jmxuw HamUe (ImIho# from the German elwdiooe th# otai-clttetua that it to unsafe to axterid the fr*o~ chine to the ignorant eta—Mentity. The toe-•on which ha* Jota been taught to (»rrmany by th# too bioral #mtenthm af We* franchtoe, It says, applies to Keg land ta regard to the matter of free #dtM*tk«i and tmny cdher question* whkh unthinking politician* twiog forward from time to Wine  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Drv, #  150x120, for $00,  Eighth and Markot, 60x120, - - - * $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth k Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higlilstnd 3Parli.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prioea from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  OTHER FOREIGN NEWS.  Th# tow is. Labor Cssht**##.  Berun. Fab ab—Another conference ha# ului place between Emperor William and Dr. Ruth, the Swim minister, with reference to tbs Hwto# labor oonfsrvoc# He ha* also received recently *»v*ral prufimors of oob kgas, sun "! tlwua Herr Bchula*. th# meeter of a French high srhuol whom k# fHaisnltwl a# vee a1 Utile*. Th# emptor conknipiaie# a reorganisation of th" #docati"nal .ystem and lh# taUruduction of a complete syeb-m of (Jtyskal culture ta edditkw to uieotal train tag.  Tallwts talking wf a tttrlh*.  LUNDON. Feb 96.-Th# toikreof th« east «tid of Loodott, who are th* wont victim, of tbs “sweating" *yta#m. ttf* greatly cate down bec# nae of the fbi litre of the parlte-maniary comiuitte# on gwwating to improve tlieir condition. TW unfortunate tailor* ar# now planning a general -itrik# ta th# d*ap*r-ate bop# tiwt their wretehmi condition may awake knm *yai i<atty aud aid. Buah a ZStems* nlwLrily ta vole# wbotemte .larvsUou.  Lively Ow bate In the Deputies.  Pa Ria, Fell. ‘JA—In lh# chamber of d#i*u-tiaa a lively debate occurred on n molten, enbailtted by lb# Deputies Ppouta, Gamey and Jeffrta. on b-half of the lUdicaK calling for th# grouting of amins#*)' to all per* WWW ivaivicuol of partk!pattee In ofteuam ««necU#l with the *«rtkaa of th# peat ten y,wr* The ne Ak rn was eppna#d by th#  uov-mim-nt and wa# lost by a rote of !L* to  Sa    _  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTEDr  By tho Qood .Cilizens of Alton aid Vicinity Inclnding lanoii Jersey Comtes.  WHEREAS, It ha# Pleased hi# lloyal Nibs, 11  To remain with the Good    “J    «.ft*-ir  Vicinity  M FORLOr these 5Iany Y^« ami  Inaugurating a System of Bnwill I a Sharp Competition. Be It tliertfore,  RESOLVED, That we ®ST«liJ^*GoSl  IntercHts. when In    k* iivisili\<»  CLOTHING, BOOTH, BHOEH, FURNISH I"  and DBY GOODS, to Call on  THB GLOBE.  AND BE IT FUBTHER  . RESOLVED, That In order U)    !!*    "wJ'l  . Bult longer we all of u» agree to #*-mmI    row    I’BICEE, and j  A .IIILDKBUAND, for all ’heir Good Loodn at that a Copy of Un* be feat to I HE GLDUh.  HI* llnuinruus Alin*!** te Hie OIBclal  retallatt.  Wa*MINOToN ClTT, FbU ab- A*tatan4 Poetma*ter General CWkaan cmflrm# the gum, m whkh have for some Urn* prevailed that It to hie inteattott lo retire from the pjUit* eervh- • within a taw days "I her#  PtCy aearly .erred mi my wrntonae," be said Hundsy. “I nm tent up for a year against ■rn awa IVOO*, but I surfed to serve that thue to h»*p lh# ut mini-teeth#! I Alak I »vnd bren t««a*-l in lh.- num wa# ordinary I would have got »#u# redaotk*  ,10 account of good b-luivuY, dontI you! liar#. I fcav.f rhsngwl HI.G*) .«t of V\00u fourthn-iaw pwtmastera, and I #*p»«» to ching# 10,9ft* more before I finally quiL  Cwagr##*#*#* Klehlag.  Why. I found some dtetrkte—ilk* Oov-MgWft    Eighth    Kentucky,  for Intaaoce-wber* there never had tevwa R. imbltcan pretmaiter, aad I tell yea th#  (R.ngr.**m#« have been kicking »k* steer*  bpoau^ I pot their DemocraUo I’rtotid. o«t and out Republican* ta. I e*|»«'t htaor* the ■od of th* month to tm fiv#-«lxth# rf th# pr«id#ottal postmaster* changed. Ttam I mn (tsrsphras# ok! Wnveott an I my: ‘Lei thy pf vast depart in peace.  Th* Day la th# lea at*. WaiUllNUTON CITY, Fab ta le th# -I,Ste Monday morning Senator Chandler intro-gaped « resolution te centure     P (  ***  for litter ting ta thejeoord **    ZI     ou the Florida amawtaate* lata  week the charge that (Tiaadler. banana# n# hts sn##* be# in th* axiate, watt reepottrfbte I »r tbTiKdMlttU murder* ta M- rtita. Ctam-dtor nrodttC*d th# original copy showing lh# original allegation* ta Cair* tea writing. 8^21, # bitter apaack agalnta Call to whU h lh * ilurida *#nator respotidM.  Pew Mr# Waal# ta Betara.  IV rum (MOTON < IYY, Fed, r». Char im & Knot, of New York, my* that b- ba* Jittt . Purl, tatter from a cloa* friend of th*  • tat tag Pevely that I#.m Pwlr.. will, whee the c-titeltttttottal ooavso-gamta *6 Kind* janeiro ta November notify that body hi# •»-«**» fitt a, aine* *U 1 la un# to kl* trtto awl aah that ha ba panutttei to Mara to hi#  v.tl cit .mn Mid ski thrto ta firmlymubllsb-tag th* fttpnblta rwwmlly formed.  I    ..... _   Kresldaattal ravers.  Wrr»is«b>n City, FA 95.-Th* pnta-  lo- win b. th# -mate th# following  . .. JAM iitgflakl, of Virgiaia, Bommatiom:    J. A ivingw* .    a  Dte  Bul 2wl«m itttaAal foi th# district  to U ■ufsYvwur of owtau# for we *aww  trie* of Virginia. ^  A ihlp Cee ai to* (Jl'kil**-WamttNotoN (IYY, EW. IM-Ai^umente were mad# bet -r# the bitt* mmrittm rn railway, and .-auals Monday mortaag ta Im ^SSrttcTtagataip -aal ar* th. appar pantottuta of Mtahlgan.  Dlstvessla* Tragvtaf et Itaib. lUa. BRYK, lib, Feb. 9A-*te. Ila B imr. rf se-*, eastern* Saturday by Claude ii at I* v.w-» old The boy  “Ttiri ZZ *di-r children, i-d rlA.tarJ51te of Mr* Mary Kvw Gertie wa# baadtag ii a m 1,..ii ('laud*- anpsttmd and the -boa  Sf5i.*‘S. a S£ TST-#  intend lo Mead th# girl. *  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of leading in my Lino of Blinim'hs I have Received a Large Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Sams Price.  The Citizena of Alton End Vicinity ere Cordinlly Invited to flail and Examine thew RI GS- I »m not afraid of an Inspection of their Quality.  Let! His Fortuna ta HI* KssRlef##.  Montreal, Qw., Fab 95.— IL Chant*-loup. the br*#* founder, who died tost wmk, left ab co Mr# fortune to his outplay**, ***• r*,,* a tew thousand dollar* which were ba-qurstbait to chanttoa The rate to to valued  a(g6u0t,490 l-teah of th* ago workmatt rn.  (wivwi WUU. ami the baboo# la bft u» ibm tor. it nm Who ar* to carry cm the i*u#Ih#w with IL M CtemtehHip was a Frenchman, aud ba<l to fie# from Bari# during the Hot* Uhtc U* aoUbd ta Canada and built Up • Urge bavin.as.  Wa atm Have r#f#***»«k'i »haw. PtttLRDBLrinR, Fab fifi—'Th* •yttdtaei# of Engltob cttpitelbte who hare bean •#►***'•'* l  mg for the past mmral moaih# for Uw ,,un-haw* of rh- great te-patt«k *«» war.  VrtU, jr.- th. (UM W ‘.-‘“r* t  I'I.IUMpU. Mr imam 6  whom th* #E#cator» ttf tk*^«ttpangb**teta  in ««.ld#r.iioa of a prtaoaly *•«- kav# tran#f*'rr«>l th* imtlr* vab otrtm pleat ami OU* of th* tate Attern Fteapaugb  ( amp »« ltlimlaa>*<  KBW Yore. Fab * —Th* Cl h*v# Jittt held a aw Walton ta i'hilatelpkf aint have tomugurated a Baw depart ur# in Irtoh rfevolttth nary affairs. Th*  crt **'TV°J UU ml dr,wu very hoarily upon what ii .p»ign#t« th* “thtavin*.  twr ‘*r‘ u ‘  1 “J  borraecttuf camp Na rn. ta# e»ytt®Bon unanimnualy |#ttw>d * rmolttltett that ll ta Artckcn fn in th# roll cf lb# campa  Valuable Honda Lw#U  KVAN.VIUR. Iud.. Fob 96.- Th# heir* <4 Robert Ftahcr, an o4d aad r#*p#«4ad «tlia#a of Rockport, who died r*c**»Ny, ara greatly flgvr- t—«i over ta* ken (rf P*h** ta cxwuiy U#i<l* Mr Ftoker bad no faith ta tank#. and for a*r«riif lartoltb-th** radar After bl# teota Mm rtohar aaa  ber brothertetew ta-tttatted I omrrb tut th# i-^t»ia, and found th* Jttr, but th# ascttrt-not (baru.    *  A (treat Notal Halit of raper.  London. PM*. 95.-Th# HpNtal of ««-«t met I ny a targ# balk!tag chtafiy of l*P#r Sea Imroaaafttlly oia-i# at Hamburg,  • twee an ta.uwttt# boud, with It- fmteta and other Important parte compoaed of that ma ter tai, hut bawl #r#cted. It to ctalma-l that Um building to ebeoltttely fire-proof, and ako taipur viott* Ut th# action of the » Btaate.    -  roar, era Itables' Corp##* Neaad. ll am# aw, Feb 96 -Alter a fir# ta a bouse on Sternal .tw#L tai* city, ba-i 1*#d #*tw gwtoboi th* ftiwam fcwad th# oorpw# of fuartawi ittfant* underittetto the fl*K.ruig. The hot tar h .d been o*^ ujte*i by a midwife named HLobtmAa, who ba* been arn*t«.L t-gt-lh#r wail taw Ntotar ml two .UugUtera  AV la (wry far th# Nrawah.  Pa ala. Fbb 96—New# ha# ban r#c*iv#d  bere that M» (rf ta* King «* I*a)K«myb  troops attacked th# Fiwnch potent Kotcwott,  ]  HmmnsI Hi* Frau cb ofter ktlllng mm* Uxty of them toowd#d ta driving tkan lack.    _____  A. «T. HOWELL.  wit rn KMM bio suta  nee Itta* to 175  TH* S#«VI*(  OL I'M ISM KUO!-t/f ■  The Way They !*••> Ja#«to# la T.*aR  Galvrnyon, Tux., F*b. Mb—tbu mf*mm oourt ba* daeidad on# of tbeoaa* *gtttart#E-Couniy Treasurer W J. Burk aad hi* bonete  Mf. Bigger'* Vwa#rah  Bmr any, FHI, *5-Tbs funeral id th# tau Mr. taggar, M P., took pl**# At Carte rn,**) Monday Among th- large ab tendance |#r#wwn war# mauy of th# Pte-aallite meoibrrs of tbs bons* of rummona  Th# (J*##* Ord#** Her Portrait.  London, Fab 95,—Th#* qurnn ba-ccm rn to ginned rte arte#. AngwH. Ut palal brr pleb aru far th# Pru*aten regiment of whkh sh# I#  ttonur*J>y oommand-#  Kilted by a Balter Kmpbwtea.  Moat IJR, Ate. Fab ilk-Th# tugboat Flora bl-w ap alout twenty Aw mike above tate pteos ta Whitohottgc bawl Th# vwatd bad stopped for It pttlltt and th# "ap" lain wa# «>« ta* I-auk pulling on a bawisr when ta# loH-r esplttded. Til# l*«at *•# blown int# »plluter* and sank atone*. En* ,-f Grimily and hi# son wetw kilted; abo th# ooh-nd rook PtkM TtaM.tt# Hewed wa*  U^lly rut stofi    BT""  U> tbs hospital brr*. Th# captain. < Imrlse Hall wa* fen wk by "cai# Ay mg frwgRmute Of Ute U at sod slightly ta Jared law water in th* I ut tar to mp**#*! ta have bam th*  THROW AftlDR YOUR FUEL BAT1HB ANI INVEST IN  (iiirland Sloven and Ranges.';  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have th8 Finest Line of Carpenter s Tools in the:City.  Unite and Japanned Vara.  A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 32.  Th* TIM-'* WHI * ««*l#*t-     S Y . f '•    ^  -TS—  MB""##, y«>...... rn---_..  quilt-1 bim, fend hr Is BOW running a smell  busti*** brra___  Lighted th# I irs With twat OIL HTR! KOVIC Mi, I'ta, Ftai to—Mitt. Mary Tobm living a* I*orth Urawl avmu# ami Ninth toned. Hat ii rday evening to light a fire with f* gwttfht Ar-- un.1 ta b e fngct ta* ma to tag wuiow ami )umi~» h ta# ground. twenty fw-t below Her recovery to dont*  fttL    ■  alia Married a J#w.  UoaOEN, Iud., Fob 96 -Mb* (Ju.en Mur ray, a promta-ot aociaty etand-» inv y mvrrl.d to a wealthy J #tob Nterta-nL Tb.Uldrt.pte rvuu oprsml lh#    totaw  to re# w-10 to dtoowa and dtttahsrtt th- way ward girt  A Mea Ute* al teteadeca.  Bu* mi Run to, Ilia. Fab Wk •—W'Uta.u Hiidlb. a ftnmr tmar Wtmma, dtod from bluwd |Mteuutag, rvvadUag from abb b dtoaast- b# cuattrarted fruai a hmm  Fir# ti r-aaeii Bt*ta, Iowa.  OOI UCH. Bu rr*, low*. Fbb to-Th# ■Mttbottas of IU Omett*late4 Tuel rom- MU , it tot* ptert. barted Bunday marte  I^ tL kl wta Waite* mf*  (Teary'• Caa* I»temia*#d.  Bieuhantck.N Y Feb 95-Atth# -jwaug of th# term of ta# **i»rr:ii.* court in Un. city Monday, Jo igr P .rkrr cranted a im^hm to ■I Mubw th# wa* again* *E Al termaa Tbeorta deary, «f K#w York, Iteta tiidhs-bribery Twu totter* wen. iwui from trkt AtUYuav Fr!tewA,*f York, my fig UMI bv .to ated 4 un* to eooUniM- th# (M <>n swam of th# d.fll u.ty in th# way •  lr *  York, •*• outttofeol for I * ur F_  Isatli-rM la M-rtdaw. (tea MgRinxN. Loan., Frtx to TV« mw ^.(d tamU poiw-r# diwwvered la V#b rrau torert Bandar. Hmy ar# two girl* named Kstantac. 14 aad ll T«ar* ami a teymu .tai -laughter of Fto.r Olsuta Th# two Kaahnivc firto war# raim vwd to to- uat housr TW taw caam came no atar rn rn they ar* all ta th- bott-#* wh*r# Ow piwvtou* tai* bar* bwa. _  A M«*Mt*r Kaw Tw#tt P-tllte#  Saw YuaK, M Bk- TW tapg*w* pte#  •aer pr—mtal toe iag sUUv# testy ta tka UM smit to Albany la th# *hap# of a look WHR MOC *-«* Ftond* *”’ 1     T    I  «, (0,(.O aaa MI,(MJU «**««-  . tv asking for Mild ref. na Til# hmA  f- i r fwt Ihi'k and root..‘SB chout  A ««> , •. lark ti M»* »N ‘"’ h"*  09  cz  o  JC 09  .tr o  09  xa 09  -  £rm  o  C ^09 —, -ca  oQ  * ^  — o  (TS  CO  THE IMPROVED “BINNER LAMP.”  , jar    *s2»    w  or L  thani ...   j. .  !,. re -I'a maxi call*.   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ 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!

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$9.95

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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:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ 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!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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.

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