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   Fort Wayne Weekly Democrat (Newspaper) - March 16, 1870, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               B.C.OO I i "ivivu uieu, icaTJughii wifu almost or of Lcm quite imiiiilm. ALout tbo aamo time AdreitliroDtf, 51 to Cmla- removcil to Alabama, and hw old hoinp, flto milw distant, Brown died, leaTing hii B i the woniliiK, In Hie kaaaur ol Jlr. Ninth found hu front door quite dead. Thu weather vvns ex- cccdiugly wftriu.it the liliii' it wn- that he Rented hims.-lf nt ys "II I Another Jicrb7l ornvo vt'Jir- viwattd the theory that tliluue li u I'lite." "Tho fanner, when plow! nud lie said, It re-i and n? wli milrnal roMinxd to the ilcb Tu the unlhlnkhtp; farmer Ihh may n -ibvinuj. Let us ii-i i e IJPt U-hy lnkc it  hat. Sororal of tb othor wcro badly ftosl bitten. T to tho re-port, Mr! Beck na tbe number of.stagea an account to go through before tlit! ilraft or cash is reached but ho does not stito how long it fakes. It b ilotibfful if ho knows. Ho may think that he lie may bu with tho id tUtthoregulBrus 17 Uepartment is t icsiin thoTreaau- ctcd bjrotli. on- nnt reduced nts into fino r activ talk about a it elo- uu.it uooui an pihouatod soil. Eshonstiou is n myth nn iiano- Kotoiloan booXusKf 'J dormant nulrimciit, elements lies-! depoiikd iu the noil in iuer Sib ibo   bp lauure and Kicht W, JB tbo firat grand mistoU-of MMiUfc Inriniiri, tbwa who by bone irt musolfl dig hurd nu unu-illing eoil- thoso w compkin that their war-im- IceppuplhofLrtilitjol vho K'grel their inn commercial fertilii m nnd Hnper-pho: ipidly nut would bo if ho tu put tbroufrb tho twenty himself. If Mr. Heck is JIB is greatly mistaken. IF i Congressman_or any other favorite ii Ith it. -V chcok nut, which is r.-. as nn order to u. iturnstt, o; too Audito ofstatas office, relatey-lbe MIowin a latter to tto TIimxiidaliBir bunk iu this a correspondent in Kiw York a fi' per cent, onrttfiealq o! Indiana Sla. utoofc for ton thousand Shortly iftoriiwiw taVonup.bytho Sinfcinj Boardof Cam mission en, nnd th! of ofEcii ayo, howovo. nro am traimef ion Twcaite lustory. Som registered, gavo notico to tho Agent of State in i'ew IVfc tbat tb hail Iwen loll, orstolan. fror wanted U> tnnt. i as this stock ral Ijn.nd r an of getting a cngcrii ii put upon tho nee eognircd in each hu it that iu a tow lioiira tho draft ic pr dncod. Out for this kind of in passing nwoiinta it would titkc juit twenty doys to grt tho mm fbtoi.gh the twenty buii. ordinary routine is to number found Thcw y Muwl m ronnHWP, m, Irom Alubamn, n-lio iru prlynrMBdunt of Tcn tbo hiitorj of thoir fu qmto romnntic enough fur a fira novel. Tho efury.ns toM to this ter, ruus briefly thus in ilitldJo lenncsairc, nm oim of tbo fiwtrst most fjuhionnlilu iilncw of ita tito in tho South. Of couwo tho nijmo of tho town wns not which was nirrolj- Imrroirod for tho occnrinn. Every, jjjber unui'i wliitli ftppoamiii UIIB, except ll.-it. of Louij, %-ilJo, will be borron-ml for tho Banin purpuro. But one runl niimn n-ill ho t planUti s o cry accoun und let it Ulte ordor. "It is thb the first Litraiit io wepan n day. ii o. ilny to put Iho iamo number tfiroujjf d in pMrint; the aamo bti'lcoi. gumod in pMrint; the aa ccounts tl.rouyh (bo ercae mi wen him, and that bo abcut il. Inwrnu passed through sc wai wvnpihing; of a nould probably loio ten' thousand do Ia Uomm enera cse liava neglected to destroy, ncd en quently tlio n e o esroy, nc enis nnignmont and si-jnature xcellent elate of wrtlftcato nnt to .Ne Jho former ow.u-r n-ns re ro if ho could rc ny of th nnd testim tho advana man us to have his eccouuta lakju nut offts nd "ruihud through" in one duy HI the one r One of tho of of J wa4 iwn. Ilig residence TTBB 0110 o io moat olrjrnnt unJ cintly in tbo county. Out Mr. llronrii louk lew in hi FplnidU fam uml homo than in 1m beautiful dnughter, t not inoro tlinn eistcn, niidtho rcijniinp bcllo of flio wholo JIu kvishcil uimii 1 -H thot wcaitli cujlil buy. In t i'-o 'luiBito graco of her slondor fortn, t 10 riebncii of In-r toiltttcs, in t elcgiwico of her rqiiippagi., and in "Uo that pwa to cotulituUi of Bucicly, elio was vrilhout urol. torr rir fmmo BotnlfVthiw wTro' fw nioro jioor. But tlit-ir M-ooing IVM i fnin. They tauic. nnd womii n n: wi-nl, leaving her Btill in insirton ratil ilation's fan.y moMnot Iwt nlwnys. In nbout H ourth or fifth n-ign in nn imnwrtiw Iwllo, inut n. gny mid haudwrnn joung lawyer of IxmUville, Hmilh. Tlivy firat jiml, tn jilucc in tho interor o Ibis State. In (i suort timo tiny wen- to inurritd, ami tho dny wno niipointi-J for i.-wnt to plnce. But it would fiei-m (ha "ppointmtnl WM mmlo u-ilbou m conwnt of Mr. Brown, for, tthrn young firoilh rcnchoil Bhmk, for tlm purposo Of fulfilling liis be found that tho old ROntloiruii h.vl his danrttcr in a nn.l quietly carrictf bnr beyond tbu litnib ef tho State. YounS Kmith ntnniH to Kuitncky, nnd notliinr mciro wu hcwd of him in BbHl for ib or eight .Not a grout while nflcr tbo nbnvr. incident, tlio hcurt nnd hand (if llisi Brown were by a wealthy ftnd most worthy young gcntli-mim, rnnu-d wholivoilin n diatunt part of tho State. His suit the henrty njiprovnlofaUhiT friou.Is lor ho TVJW null, Lnnilsome, and u tlinrough ili'iunn, nnil in n uliort time tlmy woio iiiarriesl. Hut tlw w-u ,in unbnppyone. Mr. Jams :l no ving t.Il'c e CHUN of hii om.r IIu is nud energetic, ni ,1 Ins jilann on a t oftci, [N'rhnpi, without countin.- th eort. Ifo n hirj-n nn.l wiiit toliacstW a i undontBiidinem nminlnriiiit Iho tru rlc nc jtn that u-jnitttttto a full furmtr lo faiioiM thn gnsitiioM of that jiro iMo.'tob of aena brnred will ot say cult oho.. n ivated, 0111  r i-ach ly cousumc tbo timo .if ni half nu hour at tho of Iho day in nrcpsring to quit work, intend- ing to Iho toilet, waihing, and watchinj; thn elocV, toady to fly into thn street Ihu instant it strikes throe. Ifthuclerkd of tbn fjencrul ilopart of Hie govcrtimcut who nn: ul- Conpr mony o Ho looked at the "Julu nnd Bnid it was his'n, nnd finally admitted that he Lad tie o k. li.it tint it hnd dipped hi! mind. A New York edilor lisw bern sho .inti-nibbcr in tlio ''hand la oh is loeatud n Einrtll galvanic b (cry. Aslijjbl pn-isuta oausoa tho filaut throiring eat of a strong s m-calvat tlitjottinr end, and puneru ing tie Inghwaymau wlm i kirl nilh it. The galvnnistn of th machine at once psrulyzn him, nnd got nway from bim. Tin; nfort niiid saw tho invention ciporiment o ndoS. Uo toucbnl tlio nnimil vllb ncedlo, and instantly tbo bcctm as at ff aud still ,n a pnl-or baing una bio to wngovon liis tail. Tuo obi lion io (be invention lootni to bo tha tbo robber could uso it with just ih TJwro na- aiuety-tigiit calortd jLaporto county. Tho Chinow in O.sllfurnia fatten tl Iilough to borsa'd tail. OoviiiKton. Ky., ban a young b.l smokcj nt cigars a day. iot aragaiii.B and Ad- h publuhed in London. A toy minufaoiufur in Gera----- produeoj diflaronl articles. Htwin Gallon {ITn. Kolleher) ii ng muiio lessons in Philadflphm. Dan Eico talk, of 6oinS to Chin n hu''farewell tour" noil i-pring. The now opfra tomsa at Terrs U fill nccommodslfl LK-I thouwcd henJ, ng o ty-ntno dollars 1" ncelmvn. Mass., money to culpbrate money to c TO, Una be- i Poarth ntlM ahead pi a mil bsfor. ig. Urant Byron oo d up into r ovelist. Kh Louis hns ehilfrcti oc- PCOU tho ages of S and 10 who attend o school. "Fnuny Fern" haj boon io two months, get well icon. According lo a London e ono hundred thousand tlia metropolis. Bostn o not hon paper Uioc. honsei to lo is jealous liccaimc N'yw York to have li sir. dTce Io Tiiung n A -Martyr to Lito Uours" writ follows "Dear pontlumon hotweeu the o fifteen nnd fortj-flvc. lisfon to n ords of grat ui I OBJ remark B. ou mako nsunisil r.ill of nn ovn n n young Indy, go Raj yon avon o'olockj an iiuti orta nl.v ni long ns th IIIR of you cm naku J'vua ague ble. If your viiit should bo oren horter than this, aha will unjoy it setter. n-nliy Tamo your ncqiiainl- of a. j- wny at a rcioon omont hilt pas ir nml n half i most o their salaries uld n .itwnt father hail .licJ in Alab.imn, n.l 1 sd I.OOH Jtin.lly cnrc.1 by Ihc 3lu- unaiccinlcr. Illiia. liy tlio li.d ij- HIM tlmn Iwt l.tr lin-.laiiJ.iind xsai a fo tin cucil with thn f alc of ll.r f tiildrcn itncst of rpi-jdc-., and her w..-. callr.l iuwnilv. 1i.it nhe c.i li n -.ll.i rVtisli a furtuni Imp? lint il m thnn they do upposed to in tho ir liiinrit of t.lm liv line occupied hing ow. They p.vcral bu ntj-.fdiir. Thu ork i rinp escape fi IUKI runsiiiut-s, nn an average, Ihait one hour of tho MI. tuwb -ninn or that tho imcnldots not g''1 than mrg of actual work out of cnch :och day. Thn hardest working labor nt H p -i dn.y.-on.cIOiiml 13. Clerlo in mor- cantilo biisinow, with lew aalnry than is paid thn depurtment clerks, dovoto at least ten or twelve hours to businc, ,thny can "jliow ft lilt" R.-llUhness" i n icn un i-n-ouon of inviting tlo gontleman t f -uVij, of. bcnrs Iho clock slriko leu, rot must sit on the cdgi of hi-r clmi. ,u ioort.il torror pip.t shouid put his ot't-rcj.entcii thicnt (hat of i Imsakfftil. --........E..............._., all by osponcnce, and know what it 13 to dti-ad tlm proguMtic of dijplflns duor b. (jut ovt. tho ban rjiinpamei tho hind the gallant feeling ol trou of AIoiphcu ro.- nnd all ayoun-' man B- 11 nkna nngcr than he to. ow, routig gonllcmon 1 II il yon what young pirla ivill do. Fur hour and a half we will In moil ir- sistiltly oharming anil f.incinatinc bowaro; monosjlhiblu xpect and when nil bo all you need io li rt ing q in n j.liiutiilin i-iioj-n nnd nntu b.' fiKin.l of tbu Kf.itth. r several yfiiw. i tinoti pnii ur knew. Tliu eml Mm. Jone J.iod required must he firm .Vlic-n nM-i.rtaini.it. tho full ri-fjuiremcr-tfl must 1 full rtliirns. Ii b.-e ohvi'iiut tliut ..rans.-ra.. ract (i) Uay tliitin mil. A co of mined, Iva into R ruwm lilinc.- i t f furju call bn Supplie id pooil imignicnt ill onc ultivate proporly n i i lied with .i artificial y n. argo muat DO uiedif tunied -hi-r iu-iiiifii n.inie. it tJ'blam" inJ_tho ma'ttor- .hjttbi.y woro moro acncd ajaiostl tho labor; two mon can not suitably thansmmng. .7." ,__ A year or two pwxxi and young Smith, who, 101 ono hundred acrra of land, who fho labor of two, and perhaps fon; might bo profitably omployod on t.uiuui- nd pn mil- mr tbo beautiful Tenni-Mi-u: rctiirnisi] ittiil ruiioivwl BUit- I lin.o with nricli Mlir iijismi, i.ir im. mun -itii ret ull, and he- and Mian Hrown aro run ovor half till married. hulr.-n.iii. Tiie bnd And the.. YoutiR worn 011, .u-Uiuina: Hinith V.IM aiui.ji- ihu tirat Ic (lir i-uiiurl until CIT m u raiviilry roftiuieni; und contin- wuni out- in I i1', ,llr tot to find tint tiu fullior-in-Inw w.il lo it riu o ii. tit iu ullior-iii- a thot tlio war hud d in- rift- und will ,-ho tl nter iitiiiiiul cropping it luani- pfcxhttnition and ultiicutt- When tillora nf tho toil interesU, they of thu land th tnuiUy'LllTi j ifSnliS.ml.'! in removal to UlnnV from ae uo.-uo u an tan dt well. Fifty of land high iuta of than ono bun- fur tilln-i-, brought imltiTuHon, payi discovered tbat o. ,ua., u Jnwph Uc-ihPt- lived in tfoilmo. OnLiri- county, i'oTr rork. PLo imuiodiatbly to VM 00 fron fcto found. quiet firei.ri homo, MrsbU Pld ata, wUma tronUpd ii "a Iwly ii t tiratly i.ly to "L'nulc er all about the .t tlit remark coni Eliia wuld havi uTMtion Mono with the old Rcntlei -iiit iho hold the. hallucination truth, lh.it ihu prrnsed tlm han her father. Sh0 O.mo homo and medmtely Mr. Minor, olilnnin who, tnlili youth, h.id 1 bv her falhnr to fait tbo furr P.-li whilo ha folbiWLd Ly hasty mna- ''iL-in unA SL-.ir for 'clu-n "d CGp'.urc. Soairt hilt Jozujn boits, [uipi-ta and manned with cea ich, toon stalled in pureuit. After a uuo of about throe-quiriara of an mr, tin, doftlv dliulcd their irtuen, by nnd part a iadd< next timo y within jnst ll tinvo psiwrf, nn n ery shall he hcinl comin- nd tikine yoar hat, dd- and it 1 Do not git Tho Brithh Govo auvea 100 per annniii by nllon-iug its eolOii 't their bujrdi grow.- udobator Bros., at Smit ona a day, complete. ia Saa I'Vanciacaiis chargo L n, tbe magician, with having ''pe od" their last GartbquuW. A bill to legaliz.i ninrringo with wicawd wifo's ritter baa had ita fi reading iu th Thn r generally unies for iled there. 'Cheportrail-of fho diffuront Go nors of Rhode Island are io ha i.nin at publin txpenEC, for prosantatio tho State, and to I? upon ih alls   are Trained. j., ii tbo "royal Kama" of tho dogpit. "Wocn you ice two Ramar tail an enthusiast to 'lie gampy dogs require a Ri-eat deal of Dining, and peculiar ingenuity is in bringing tboin to thu weight nrid condition. In ing a muii for a fight or foot men, it tiic of hij trainar. BCMJbsfrriilujllj ridden or proper, uisiicu'nr condition for But huw i) fl dog t-j lie trained (iiojiir csnuition? Tim ij tha is (tone. Iho is plaoed tillo vith a i u Vnds imd to bo this11 ouuiida of i but 33 his condition iaiwovej tho t-ait. M rstond-tJ, until at Ian ho is j able to kojp up th-cftort fortwo honrs 'I at .1 stretch. By means arid by and bath- U- do- brought to a high do. "v. -His fitieull work- end swell-. hii" fcnx 0 a of en uiid.-.tm.k nira at imal o und do well, o yuuii' uaa ri-le ot ill when a e bssktrard aifd "sqt ished tho teativo chap It thu best iTftjr to go up ifiirs uit hune- Ai d nuiT tho :tuio a IVaahinglon woman Wi i jro-b.iuk, ivht'ru Treasury pirii unJ otbor lo buck ttn> lirer That rt'if should OBiiy.tam V CI1 ory uir -juimittc-.'. lii-n it: nnpairo had been such a muriW of tho oldest inhabitai o u'lonied Ihitt th-_- in The ii   Iwtwwn the age of f wo and tUrea yoard. After that, ssje m u-ll on his diioon, nnd how- r his pluck may be, li.t want nilds when ho is mulcheil nger dog of t-iiual weight S vnioro'l AcfiuItlCIOHi. "r" i -Vytt> atn'Iilla uih with hiui ursued tho pair, rkii c will them nftor a wuuk'u tiiao.i mo Du Bluel of fittj- n n the dcup ni-riu bo gay I'ronob, w W of J The old 'l iw( of the Pa oj. 1'i-n m.i strong-minded A, BufFal ,.nun- K.-iioinnii hy (be- name of of D.-.v. but'whoni'tVi'obtUrTought j o ij- Tli-j aiy Harris is :i very E ui 1 i if liu is 1 cnt'itii lo Us. cWtwl. Ttjwcll. ire- betltir brjjt-r.nl i n her hair, nad o b; HiiJit inlu n iu? Jaglish, in (ho inaj iIulivBrin tho noblu Ur tv. I wo i, courona tbo ostic Spau sli t-k ami uiiki n iBovo o osd in the papers, and do a, n ui'ii.-ra htng but these Hgpiibliiui mra oiy tfiat tho nigger Rwh'' ow woulil o few colornl Idu uttled, liko s-iu 'Wctbouslititriiiciilar that aper s inulil In.iat Urant's n trrcniilcnt. ns unc- di-l I, mnsMcring that nil tho in l Elate hail been of I it ut thai Ih Uta oslni aLilitvi-.l npotl npplrs map as OMiigcs. which than native fr Oimi Ihousands of mii try il a your, tiny It is baliovod that thu id an lulhRa mi J old crippl r in dccidi-ill it, and tha by plniii) will havo tc ickineuptho woist Iivlhn mni-r on rocoiil. 'f Sioa 3Jygcttins ieady fit li.'t h: reported :i il, s lh.it ui -l cilt e msiruiccs in T.-ias, MMU arted thoitory that tlicj- -u mlred tbiimumil dollar. T h-irce tor people to taku Ih offi itplit diiTorouco n o.oon. Tho ni-En.i olouol Vnmaf hud nt his i ashington, nro indipiant mbor of wliilu men iilm n'n. Porno of them would iiat.iraly e a ri.apee. Libia ivL-h l Butler and Yatt mil upon iho of oim of i McCurdy. to mo his phraw, her biljfo." tho anlors nnd hundreds of iix-ctitora who woru witnessing iho iiroceedin-s from thn Tho wind   Hevol ire nt opluli-ii odto thflm by of S.in July." Several Unitid SluivH Sunn ar.i lirobcra. in in- itry clurka. Tlii> ii nut npainat tin- liiw likis an 1 tho b.isincM Chanc, tU CMnota f...v.-l. he wanted .1 rciiewed. as it ha out Eu thought it was nn ii MJ iinro policy, but it promt bj h uinrriugc certitiuitv, which h iiiu't ni i.nt all. ni h.-. li.id only b.'On in irr n week. If coit him iljlLir to the slory (rom Kel'.ios ou j lo Viral-i.t.iaiWy'gjjJ joii.'1, "IbS JUrtb iu Iho bis edlfv- i..ir iircKtiee shuuid. di-nw! tho ovi bai iu Road if w-j ifu't knew Iio 1.1 eilr.irl il. Did it ever occur to l tint haliuiJ tht, Iroif iiin- piov o! Rs.tTv i.. Conurcsi m At Fontst Oily, Kinw, u yonnR I .an out un old fanner, iiiclud- niu bill of Biilc nt fivo dollws. r mid n cilfd tur a o ililn't t.ikn mighty good Ho what he snmo yoaiig Wnlls. ajiotlasid (SoollaiiJJ.w L- by or bie-Uiruii ot 'l Arric.in typo BC.itiorod e ChjiuKr, nnd, ray word for 3cfaiil-snnimw with uuerrinR certainty thu ndjoiiiniupnt. Tim prcu-of d plc-id holiday thing tho pungcut odor oiUii.juf Afrid, nUctlnv on tnn iiin u....._...... _ I lli.r "1 IL-ptescuiaiivn It-ill S I m, min win W.L, kinked dieda I bo a taw patriots w'ilUn- to fon hsura nlt-r t'w Iho hold nnd ,m ihrounh I'm ,1..-; days, I venture the opinion nuicber will ulirnyj bo n lorily. Tiiu d.iy ol' adjournment fa'uld'that lLo11 girl il il be vitbap.il v. li.-u told I.QP- arried i coiintri tunil tlii.mj c.fF. ilot IT tin ra-v.1 wjtha wia'iii it t n Ic i Ibuh piil go for tbo fj A trotn ncor 2S, in :i Ciinoo t'omily, wliurj Ih, .Ui. u and hi I I'iiyiicmnfT in Ihn bul they lcft'" of tbein'broke tLrou, ihu inv.-ul.ii within nfL-lv fet-Li.f wiuh ott tool iirucesn, has iliVorun-d und pal- point oppoiito Mr. Odcll'a ico nounn Tlin ued staling, i IK this oF llu ease which ly nvat is on a Imuwl. in iuhalcd Ihroujh itiilj. wlip uja asit-rt thai Arri- ncci- L-ajni pond in tho ng man named iii full flight of who were on Iho arly in Of utaling on tho friend contin- bout fl o'clock ath tho ico nd at to get out Mr. SlcCol- ilrojdy sb.nv-t HI.J liundred nud fifty to two hundred per- -Ol   bos TK- Bering u ft era of steel und brasj, und it is no A Imat was itbi-ulnlii thui TIIE decrow in -.itltn tit pupul.iti. luriii-tlu, inst 10 imr cunt., the iut 1 -Jj f..r lifo s got out from is uirl cj.iii- f.iu Me. Tli- uth wus seen to open bis all thn timo of thu Htruj; tun ininutfd hnd ultompled t-. n tbu J [H Jijicsitly ngaiiii'. hnr in euntimtiital piirto." It's her voioo you should look That ii not plumptitutliunui. A fire at Mudison, Indiana, on I-Vi.htv I tho harnpus and p.i.ldlu ....j nnmu uii iu- of I'hillip Oulir, and tho 1.I.1V- the l.i inatiufiictory of Mr. FonlU. Rotli bring iii.> ,.iif, K may ulio bo I wi-ro fully iuiurod. dirwtly iu tho court of the and Nti.l a farmer furra This a.1 frum th tlm mntier in a decidedly uuiileasnnt filinpe for IuYcr.il tbcr. and m.kus a uin ind doti it ouiekur t liird" geuerallT uivd, how N.. ar ha wai tjilcing din tny jianenkos yo r to UN u r, "do you oton said John you co'unt'and" I'll Tlio Colfus Is at not uiven winU-r in ivrli.iici infli- ri'-ntly evplain'od by ILo fact thui buby-ewtidao icnt to him by 01- iirtsi n jays Bgo, U JJM not flon. aiiiKS "Ix would bu that "iiai short diaLiiiue li-ow ilionlyiil Pniiik- Mil, Ky.. was Khot uud LilKd in hii Saturday by unknown parly. Tbo ball ponutraled his hi-bl Jiut abovo the oyn. pr.wlucinff ins-.ant death. is.no cluo i a yet iho perpelratorn. MO (Wo Aiimrni and ihM jwH rbie under AMI debt fr.ua ISMOK In' vo.i. no, in -lfl.0 cMMinpop.ilal t. In 16IJU, wit ul atj 17.331, l _caltlo U, tbo count witli a popnlntiou of ia according to the m..nt tiditlj uttompted t-. -IH-UL-. l.ut wli.it ho desired to say mm- riMi-htd Ihn OHM of Ilia byilandors, toi ry just then itrnjpjlo n-jw-nl, nnd h- i bonoath thu gnrfjoe. nn i Titu body waa nviivoriid nboul a h.i.ir aft.-rv.-ard. Mr. llcCulli-ugh 3r.} ufru waa or twunty. ,u! ativtu-.-iiiothcr and u' irL- i -Noiv Win.lior, wbcro tlio dccvMod h.ii Handing scuool. ii jux n, if Hiekorj- Ro hile ut Kiinins City, i n Via ftlo unty last tin.'' "ajITjS to3 111 WI'ilclltl KJIUIIW City, in S.-.. Tin, causu 'ihin 1 the. C'lifir -State! niiluh -it. of tho IUT lliiicll C0173 to pop ---odinK-nye oIL..whilfl tho -ratio uf tion ga-tlv s: nnd'tht ntin- articljH and d ilv clot! :n-- Un tbe iMiuL u'-.; converted into a roccptablo wm, c botiui .j. m iinhc.m wU. Wn. ond Jh., iitioii i) Una n fuar of di-loction; rei j (Jfw.) M   

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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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Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ 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 145+ 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 145+ 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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