Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Alton Daily Telegraph: Thursday, May 15, 1890 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 — - . a;,, ,  rf  OH ■ -« r ' ‘  ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME  ----  ALTON, ILL., TH URN DAY EVENING. MAY 15. 1800.  \T/\ ari s  XX\J.  (HOP Mim  8cheme to Make Uncle 8am the Farmers’ Banker.  CLOSE CALL FOB A DISASTER.  DR. MACUNE ON THE PICKLER BILL.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium  ALTOIST, ILL.  DR. knob announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CDBABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under th* constant supervision of the physician aud with the ald of moans not otherwise at oornmand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or dam.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and Is near the Union Depot.  The building Is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Institution.  Electricity in a1) its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enc*, and reoeives hi* daily personal attention.  IVoxv Open  FOB THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third stt., Alton, III.  It I’roTldM for tho RiUblUhn«nt af •  Ay*! *-**» ,,f Ak rim 11 ural Inh-TrrMtirlN WI i cr** I anne, I ;• ii TM ar* Th«lr Grain and Other t*> >dart» -brmatrati Well fliMcd with Mutterer art ii'n *>p##eh on the Turin Itll!—Capital City Note*.  WAsniwrrov Crrv, May IS.—Dr. Moro ne, chairman of lh** legislative committee of the Partner*’ National alliance, a> Id ranted the ways ami means committee In favor of the luckier bill to establish a system of sub-trenauricK for the reception of grain and ct lier farm product*. The scheme, he thought, would not over stimulate production. The real inequality from which the farmer suffered, he said, could not be met by a simple increase in the volume of currency. The farmer needed mime radical assistance. Ile sold his produce Lu the fall when crojw were low cut, and pim-lmsed his supplied when other products were highest.  f armers Actually Starving.  Mr Flower, a mem la r of the ootninlttee asked Dr. Mac tine if lie did not think that tile opening of tile sparsely settles) [tortious of the west had not In jural the farmers on account of the easy communication with all points by means of railroad*. Dr. Ma  Th* Allan Line Steamer Parisian Rons A*nlii»l a Huge Ir'lierg-Quebec, May 15.-The Allan line steamship Parisian, which ha* arrived here from liverpool, narrowly encapcd disaster off the lwnks of New Pound Is-id. A hoary fog prevailed and the steamer was running cautiously at the rate of six miles an hour The lookout sighted a huge iceberg about forty yards ahead. The engines were Immediately reversed but the steamer ran on ton portion of it a distance of about twelve feet. For a time the huge ship shivered from the shock and great excitement prevailed on board, a panic being 4 prevented only by the self pivsvwdon of the officer* The vessel lay on her broadside for a full minute and Capt, ll itch Ie ordered all hands oo dock and the crew to st .md by the (mats. The vessel, however, soon settled back Into clear water uninjured. Had the vessel been running at a grea cr hi wed nothing could have saved her from complete wreak and a large loss , of life.  OEN. GARFIELD* BOOT.  It la To Re Pat Seer*.Cly la Us Last Resting Piece.  CutTRLAgp, O,, May 15.—When Gen. j Garth Id’s body to placed under the newly finished monument May PO ti will bs done secretly. It developed Tuesday (hat the   1  ex prnatant** tiody lies, not lo the massive bronze casket in Lake View cemetery, the Mecca of thousands of pilgrims, but In a wife de|Ksdt vault amid musty bonds and stuck certificates on Euclid arenae.  Latest ii Dress  Latest ut Beaded Wraps ii Capes.  On this account H is that the removal velll  I    .TJTT    '    be*,quietly Mdat« MM remains  cutie renew* red that ne did not think this. j      v____*.i_  Continuing, tie said that the farmers were actually starving themselves In order to pay their debts. He had no doubt that the scbem*- he favored would greatly benefit the agriculturalist*, aud lie cited In •tames of the establishment of similar idea* in th*- At,t«ntine Republic and other countries.  Every tiling “ in Hora.*'  Mr. Flower said that his objection to the aclu me was that it would simply he a precedent for the extension of governmental aid to oilier industries. If the  Elan were adopted, he said, we would ave to grant similar protection to the mining industry and other Industries.  I We re a great while the government would have everything •In hock.” He be Heired that the farmer would lie better off if be regulated bis own affairs. The suttee and the people and not Hie general gov eminent wen* the best judges of the amount of currency Bawled. Til* fanners. ha believed, would obtain more benefit* under the state hank system that oner prevailed (ti New York, than from any aid such as that provided for in the bill nuder discuss! no. The comm Itta* adjourned at this point.  CAPITALS 8CELLANY.  The Ray la Congress.  Wash I Soto* City. May lh. -In tbs senate Wednesday the senate MU authorising the registry of census mail matter: bouse Mil appropriating IM),Duo for a  EU bito building at York. Pa, and senate 111 appropriating UWM**) for a public building at Rock Island, IIL, wars passed.  The silver MU was then taken up ami Teller addressed the senate.  On motion of Morrill, of Kansas, the house insisted on Its amendment to tbs senate dependent pension bill and a conference was ordered. The house then went info committee of the whole (Grosvenor, of Ohio, in the chair) on the tariff bill.  Sniffler  Blad. Collar ani Pairs.  Latest and Correct Styles in  MiUinerv Novelties  actually in the tomb one of th* moot Im pow ing ceremonies of the Decoration Day programme would bs their transfer to the place provided for them in the monument. Even while soldiers guarded the vault on the lake shore the body of Guiteau's vie tim wa* st,ired away among family plate and jewel** in tbs busiest part of the city. Th*- secret wa* only known to Mm. Garfield and a chosen few of brr stanchest friends, and has been guarded jealously,  Agreed na a Haole.  Quincy, Mass., May Ik—Tbs stone cutter*’ committor and the man a facia mrs have agreed on FT dents as the prim to lie paid per hour. The blacksmiths arr to moi**-1SI 75 per day for a gnag of meu to consist of twelve aud to br paid IR cents per braw for every man over thai nnmla-r. nine hours ta constitute a day's work. TW stone (-utters and bleck-ontth* aff- randy to go to work at any time. Th* quarry men have not yet arrived al a settlement, but arr expected to come to an agm-imat sr sin.    •__  California sad tbs World's lair.  Hack AMX NTC, Cal., May Ilk—An address ha* bern Issued by Gov*roof Waterman to tits city and oou ut J authorities of this stale calling upon them Ut take such action aa will prominently bring to the attention of their cvansHtusncies the Importance of Cttiifortda being properly represented at the world's fair Ha rani rn mends that the people of the various localities In railed together to devise moans of amora pushing the greatest good to the sis ta  A flab Nu la a (tad Baa.  NBW York, May 15.—Thomas ll Margrave, of SOI Fifth avenue, was arreatad at  the Uni >n League dub, of whtoh bs is a mom'jar, by a polios officer of the Tomb* cs*urt squad, on a fragrant burned to Augustus I) Fasidt, of Rhinebeck, Duchess county, X. V. Mnegro vs Is charged with sending sn indent pamphlet to tbs complainant through the malls libeling relatives of W. W Astor.  MU Ic boa wish Paralysis.  Mn.war*xx WI*, May Ii.—George H. Paul, ex-poet master of Milwaukee and formerly a prominent Democratic polit I dan, ha* suffered a stroke af paralysis In K*ii**» City, and it Is thought ti vrltl prov* fatal. The st postmaster's sob left for Kansas city at atlee on receipt of the telegram, stat mg that hts father WM In a dangerous condition. Mr. Paul la IM years  t,f  *§*> .  Mia »«•« ot« HeyshlKoa rise van I lass  At. Paul, May lh—The membern cif tbs Republican state central committee met at noon In sr* ret session The matter of  holding the state convention was entufid-ered One faction wished to hold the convention on June Mi, ahi)* the other favored Kept. I. A oomprumias was finally affected, the committee deriding to hold the convention in Hi Paul, Thamday, July Mi  St-na (or Vtlo** It Maenad.  lit rf alo, S. Y., May lh-The society world of Buffalo came out in rom cl a umbers at noon to attend the wedding af Mrs Frances Metcalfe Rasa, of this city. and I it u od Stat*-- Senator Cd wold (Ai aer Wolcott, (rf Denver, Oulu The marrtag* was eel* (irate*! In Bk Paul's Catbsdrol church, the Rev Dr. Frauds Lrihdril aft-rial! ag.    _    ______  Mig Mohbery mf J tm miry.  Ways HLX, Iowa, Slay It-The depot of the Chicago. Bt Paul and Kansaft City | railway wa* I rokmt into and the sample  trunks of ll. F Norris, of (.Yticafut whole-j •ala jewelry, represented bf Walt sal*# man, J.ad flu I damn, were braked open _____   w ______ami robbed of several thousand doHwrs* |  tired list. Pay Inspector Bilwin stewart, worth af valuable diamonds and yew* try  now cm duty at New Tor k t  wlU undoubt-  Pli-urit with RutterwartK’s ly*Nvh.  WAsmxomx ('ITT, May IE—The Demo erat* say that Lutterworth's speech was the strongest that ha* yet bran made nu their rill* of the tariff debate, and he wa* Compelled to leave the hall of repreeents lives and take refuge behind the locked doer of the room of the committee on patents In order to escape their cong rat ii iationa They were a little disappointed at the manner in which he closed his remarks by declaring bls allagtahcs to the Republican party and all it* doctrines. Rut hts arguments against the hill gave them a great deal of comfort and g rati fica j thin.    _  Nominations CmlrewA  j Wa~ iiikotok City, May IE—The senate has confirmed the following nominations: In Oklahoma- George W. Steele, of Indiana, governor. Robert Martin, secretary; E ll. Green, of Illinois chief justice; A. J. Seay, id MW Wirt, end J. G Claik, of WL* ortntin. associate just toss; W. 8. I rn ray, of Virginia, marshal; Hora©*- Speed, attorney;  ' ah*) A. ll Jones, marshal for Colorado;  W. H. (I. Clayton, attorney for Hie wrat-I em district of Arkai**aa; J. s. Durham, of Pennsylvania, consul to San Domingo; louie Moffett, collector of internal revenue fir the First New Jersey district.  »u , to ss! or (lea Uwkn Restgaa.  Wa -hisot«*x City, May IE- Pa} master General Thomas ll. Looker has rraigued the office of chief of tbs lei nan cd pro-; visions and clothing, on at eon ut (rf Atbash h, and the . ' mary of the navy lira accepted his H-*ign-**ion, to take effect u]H>n the appointment and qualification I of hie succea- if. He will be granted leave of atwanss, and in cass his health does not improve he will bs plat tai on the re-  sdly bs appointed bi- successor as paymos-teneral  ter goner  Latest in Hip Pl Gent s Fandangoes  Th* Ksntoeky Iterb;  Loi wvillk, May IE- Rain fell all of Tuesday night and must of the day     _    „_ ...    ...    Wndnsaday,    sadly    interfering    with    tho    I  WtdtiSQfoi < tTT, May IE A commit- facing at th urchin Downs The toe of vinegar manufacturers, eoustxflng of Paul Mechtner, of Milwaukee; Edward  VI aeger Mea Prol«tI.  A1SO-  Shoes Best and Cheapest  AT-  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL  Hills. of St louis; ll J Hems, of Pttto-hnrg. II i\ Ilhams, of Detrait, and A. J. j Roden, of Milwaukee, made sn argument before the ways sud mean* com mitt** * ag ai ast a provision of the McKinley tariff hill which repeals the law allowing vinegar to be manufactured from alcoholic  vapor.    __  Favors!*!* Report Ordered.  Wa«MISoto* GITT, May IE—The senate •on* im tie* >n commerce ha* uni* red a fie rom' hi report on th* I* us# Mil fur tho brWk ag of the iiuc.» rn Hr* r at tbs dry of New York. Th* MU a ms n-.t amend**! Then; will be a minority asport against the hill.  Iwvta'a H'iirt.1 Fair f >iawl.*luiirr«,  Mi KBX AKAM. Miqk, May IE- The Jour usI'n lh - M •nu--, lua a, aper la) -ova. Gov-Bu'**• Ka* d-< ti-1 to roc oui mend to th* pre -i m Bi foe app ii'itim ut a* biwa •Mi mitral u*r* to lh* **..fid’s fair; Pm f»* .or King, of I..un *«iunty, and W. I. At. honan, who is wed known as a pet* looter id th* /sioux <’ity com pal.vees.  rn tsu.ee st I )<*•«, R IS.  MirvkAD-i'S. Minn., May ii- The Journal's I'peon. Wia , SJW (a1 sayst Firs l*«ra destroyed a Mock (rf six trainings. Lose,  ■MmI  event, the Herby was won by I tiler, Bill Iriclwr second and Ktioqitm third, time,  •AE  ( IwlitsMl Hoot Mulders Mrlkt.  ClKuiKXATt, (Bilo, May IE- The refusal of the Found omen's arauciatioo to graut the ii* maud for an In' rases mads by th* beach molder*- has resulted in a strike at the floor nodders, and none of th* foundries employing union mm ore running.  TIM VWS* aa KrvMsn,  NKW Yowl May IE- The Iod*pendant says that return* from at! hut Am of the presby teries of th* Plash) tenon church show that (At ham voted few revision, ti) against roririoa, and • bam declined to Toto.  EDWIN SITUATION.  Von Moltke Says It Is One of Increasing Delicacy.  GUARANTEE FOR GERMAN SECURITY.  Th* Empire Nett Maintain a Strong Military System tf Peace Is To Ile Continued - Reception Tendered to Explorer Stanley by the Corporation of the City of London — Agricultural Exhibition nt Vtanna—Other Foreign Items. blHLly, May IE—In the reirhstsg Wednesday the minister of war explained at length the provisions dt the pra|ioaed military bilk Count von Moitks sup ported the minister's representations, and mid that the European situation was one of increasing delicacy am) one which was growing more difficult of solution by ma •on of the Intricate problems In state pol Icy which it constantly presented. It was, Count von Moltke a averted, imperative that Germany should mufti tai a a strong military system, us a strong government aion* woo NI be able to maintain peace Continuing. Count von Moltke said that while it was true that maut of the great powers honestly de* I red the preservation (rf peace, end that every Us! y hesitated to throw a spark into the powder barrel, yet the guarantee for the security of the empire «x rn Id only he found in German strength and pr*-jwvrat1on  MORE HONORS FOR STANLEY.  Brilliant ll*« *|>tl>m by th* Corporation of th* City of London.  I>ISHOX, May IE—The reception given to Henry M. Stanley by the corporation of the oily of l^ondon In the Guild hall Tuesday was the grandest id all the demonstrations that have been mode In honor of til* great explorer stno* his arrival her* bug bafaro the time appointed for the re oeptlon the street* in the vicinity of til. Guild hall wore so crowded with people that traflh woe entirely suspended, a stat* of affaire thai exieiad for several bourn The SiMwmbeg, which were delivered by •eventi members of th* municipal govern mcfiA welcoming Stanley to London and • inferring upon him th* fmrinm of th* city, warn af the moat eulogistic character A large unrulier of ladies wee* in at teiffiun** and paid eaperial attention to th* guard of the oorantun. Til* freedom of tile city waa proeential la the usual d) min ult vt dom Aet and th* explorer was also the re ciplrnt of a number (rf pictures and male of Africa and Lindon, together with th* ami* (rf Great Britain and th* l oiter!  Th* Emperor at Koeatgxhs rg.  Ko kxio* Kl. Rf I, May 15. -The Kin {ic nu and Empress of Germany arrived here and were recei vol at the rail way station by Dr. Yan Sch I leek muon, governor of the pro vino* of Last Prussia; Gen. Bronx*rt Van Trhslleiidorff, aum mander of the firs I army corp*, whose firodqoartcrs are boro and th* burgomaster of tho atty A guard of honor was also st the station sod when tbetr majentleg alighted from the train the hand played “The Wa* h on the Rhlna” Th-day was observed os a holiday and the ■tract* uf the tity were handsvm* ly «hxx>r •tod. The emperor end emprara were presented wfth bouquets and address**) and their reception by the people wa* a mod enthutisotic one.  EGR SALE.  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120. $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included. $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-hous', Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary, Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Loan,  Dorsey & ii, a Bi street.  Buckeye Lawn Mowers.  To Housekeepers.  Iiasw Iiiirn<M'8>Stor<*<l Through the Summer Mont liH.  Pins & HAMILL,  Agrteaitami Abow at Vienna.  Vikkta, May IE—The graal tavern* ti anal agricultural exhibition wa* opened hero by th* Emperor FYnntio Joseph In perron in the orraence (rf an Immense concours* of people, many of whom were men prominent th Groat DStain and the coon trice of continental Europe France and Italy stand sit th* I lead of the foreign nation* foemen ted t»y exhibit* ta th* Tm per toner and vain* of t heir display* a* well a# by tho eUbrtrstoftem of detail manifested lh their arrangement  Hurtle Don the Crawfish Aet  LoKfxtt. May IE—'Tira gnat debate on the Hgfc fc- boor q um*S* in bot ween Brodie ugh •od Auras, agftatiif, whisk was anoouacrd lo take place as    we    a suitable hall  .*115 Ih'lle street  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  could bs secured, bas been indefinitely  Bipontd owing ho tb* a it bdl swat of rn*, lnvmnrii ra Huni-. wha th* i bal  louring parte much surprlra has been on cnAlotied by his action, for which no adequate randp is given  The Ohm- Will Fool (mu** with ttermoay.  LMPOX, May IE—A dispatch ta Th* TIrmm from Ytenna lays that tbs removal (rf Frillc* I (Urn a re k detidml the osar to ro Vera* hts policy of sn alliance with France. and to revert to the policy of forming sn tit ta OOI- With Germany Th# osar. It tx aa srftHrt, always dixtruxted the aUMltty of the Pro n Ch republic, hut it was tm para! hi* tm him to ngnx- aith (^roiony while lit*  mack  I to NOTO* was in od  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OII  CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  0 ■ .    -  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  I lieu in tnv other house in Alton. In consequents# of tho (IRK VT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Bu* I ness on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and ll is a recognised fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Cm.  Too* Mintern I n*rrouaivtl tar.  NKW Yohh May IE U**rsof Fan! Spof-forti, one* rf niiiiionaire xhipping me re bant •  her*, rn <v- f r th** rom >v«i .rf J I* Spof J font as ffro it *r. It Is said IS,UU, OOO is tut-aeoiuntvd foe.  she    %«•    Prarads.  Bunnnrowv, N J , May IE. Mb* Miu-nh Curtis, v* bo witgbod «uo pounds, died at thte pine* I u*wday.  A Ira* wax tm ll ***! montJy at Tllbmouk, * Oro , that woe l$D teed lung, abbe the boll m*asnrod only one foot thraugff  Th* Cateran* Is a Myth.  Faxh. May IB - IDI lUrtholdi ated Hffcl liavt* lx**u making raroful and ebb orate calcuUtianx in mechanics, by which they bar* arrived m th* ruRcluriau that th* famous (Nrfnrana of Rhodes b a wholly mythical statu* and that no such thin*/ mer . alated This will tie a grain of math ematirsl comfort to those scholars who have always refused to believe ie the Co-kasKM.    __  XI a* Thousand ax Ktrlhe.  BILBAO, Spain, May l.*i -Nine thousand miners in I he pix iv Int * of Him*} hate gone cut en strike for aa Increase of pay aud a dt-croaae in the hours of labor.  Mas! Conrail KsglasJ.  It 1  irk, May IE- In th* chamber (rf depu Hee Frontier t'rispi said th* triple alUauos was sobly a d*f*u4v* on*. Nothing would he done without the approval of kfiiglond  Tetra Frohljtittoa Tick**.  Fort Wobtr. Tan. May IE—The state  Prohibition convention met bere and nominated the following state tiskri; for govern©* K. G {teeth, cf Pock well roonty. b-utensut governor. J. M I’homaoon, (rf Cs nam counts, treasurer, W IL Jo*hem, at Waco; titeruey general, James Golf,«rf Trsris county; comptroller, 8 U TotiiUn-soti. of Uopkltx* county, superinteadent of  uhlk inst rue) on, I*: frosor A. Clark, (rf  (Mid. The Prohibition platform was adopted.  A Rash ter th# last (HRaa.  I»IK»;HE I IL, May IE—The rath of rot tiara Ut th* newly opened in. roe land office •• uti a usa At midnight th* line again began to form from the door (rf the offiie. aud at u o'clock It roached far down tho stn-et One mas about twenty paces Bom the door wa* offered tit tor kb Rises, but refused. SeterrfJ fight* wfirs indulged la but the polk* restored order.  iSPIlU'li SLITS.  I  I am now recti ring a large and roritid stock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suits, winch I ain prepared to make up in th*,  Most Fashionable Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit.  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  I,  rat. w.  ASBESTOS  JOHNS’  PATKMTSO HOOFING  ■aaatkfM-tmtil ky os far th*  PROO!  Th I* I* lh* {off M-nd form of I'oru'-Uj RooCn# ml  MKI rimy yew*: I* awWati for u,^. on «u»p udlit roof. in 4>Iti    _  la .rad/ telii.ti hys.akUtel workn«*a, ar I mu* only »Uau barf as muck v as UU. .xra«/a* aaU a*rart)Hii. pn**te(/r**dy mag.  u L :U«rb' *• JOH":- MIG- CO.. 2(0 A 242 tahiti SI.. CUu|).  ■P    " W raexar York. I*tif (ariel pit lit. Ionise  Sol# MouafSrtnrs*. of H. W. JKriW«■* LiralJ Palate A*Vto* riiwIWr Obit*. ShcWbSMR* hoikt'ag f. .1#, A.-rate* ntraw iVkiiip, hadsr Guvwriag*,rae.  VU LA A Rh: STON Mot LOUD PlSTOB-ltOJti I* ACKXX (A UXI a. I AttKCTA im  FOR NALK BY  W. H. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder.  No. 18, First; st,, Alton, 111,    •«,   

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 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!

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

10 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:
  • 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
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
Best Value! Save -45%
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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 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