Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAB08 15THYEAB WEDNESDAY EVENING AfisXL 9 JOHN BRAYS Oorner NO OLD HIEMSMVORK The Prophetstown Gale Have Been Worse O Embroiderie jHOBOJri HUBT A iiyJob at Lower Prico iai cvor hoard of No one should fail to go omo wliilo they last Grand Military Carnival tiiO M E N A D E CO C E c T Cilicn tin MASCOTTE BAND ASSitil IF tillIFIIL IllIitlUIIICIltlllaiKl iirirrury Iiiuur in the city at tinlllnk on thu nifhl 1 Tljuraliiy and lrMuy JlpriJ 9 JO and JJth JUEV3 l iFintMiiiiliI liy dipt iVtu Chase AN CANTON V MILITANT I u l p iiiininilil liy II Llmsi tlllA NICJHTST MATTHEWS ror M MiKV CATKlMK KXIOHT8 OF itFiiiiiiuiHlnu by Cant JIITI it rux will lullmrul liy II niiiskilinl litnuy iiroirriim Ainiisitin Lj HOUSE IlJOlUlKTIIIt liiil Ono Nifht FRIDAY JJth ALDRIDGE RIOH Wajes of Sin A Yiinininy ir MotropoUtim Kcpu c A 1iay wiiicli is u Moral Sculr of Parquet Cirotc on sale tit S LILY PERFUME For Easter I 12thSt Drue Store REAL ESTATE For siiloT ilufirublc rosiJtnecs on oust Broiicl way tor stili desirable residences on east North uiil eiinr 11 isrli streets For siiic S ikslnilile residences on Spear St toi sale iiiMiniblc rosiilinces on west tlrcnul wny lor ac ilctfintblc residoiups on Chlppeiva und Iniit stnots TiviiiivrirulFloiluvlllngsonusiuru streetfor snip lur sule intraclo dwellings In Smith nnj lor tritiH iamiM for city property City nropcrty worthSlOOo MOOO and JoOili to exchanjjo for farms lrkk resilience ut No 52T 13roacl stivki df drv jooils lt trnilo fora good farm A stock oi imnts and shoes to trade for n stood Ilrm Inrri to traclo for druc stovo und jrrist mi 1 Waniei business block to trniie tor a fiirtn lAFts for sjikin all parts ot1 tho cttv inr a ilcsirnolf rcsUlenco and tn on ss rijrht and striet For rent thin rtnor apurtnicnts Fl eluiniip of M M GOROOH in i lMl listuttAgent Koom No it KllUitt Itlock Loiranspott LnU FURNITURE I i I A rroniMcy Loss of About He I Cyclone Abroa How ever and oil In IllinoiH and Michigan Visited uiul Thousands In Property Iaid fatal Wreck at Norwalk Girl Killed Several Injured anil a Factory lilown Down PBOFHETSTOWX Hid April terrlQc cyclone struck this at 7 oclock Mon Ufty night wrecked a lurgci amount cj prop arty and injured a number of persons Tho wind took a southeaserly coursa through the town and continued ten minutes The Chicago Burlington and Quincy station was moved from its foundation and partly un roofed Tlie largo olevator near by was de stroyed acid cars weru blown from the tracks one being sent through a split switch three miles ia tho country with brakes set Several bounty weru blown down trees up ooted sidewalks torn up and chimneys Jlown over The wind was accompanied by a terrific hailstorm und nearly all Uio west windows iti tho town wure broken clean rom their sashes Seven Persons Wounded Those most seriously hurt were Mrs Ed Hammond collarbono brokon and internal njurios Clark Reynolds bruised MrsClarlc Reynolds bruised anil cut Kntiu Reynolds MVeroly bruised and hart internally Mrs Connors motherinlaw of Mrs Reynolds was blown over u tree in tho yard Ed Ham mond badly hurt child ot Mrs Hammond bruised and cut Not Much Lftiu of Property Tim property loss will not greatly exceed 1100011 the larger portion of which is di vided as Hollows Olmsboad Matthews elevator completely demolished loss 3000 no Insurance Clurk G Ksjnoids Iwelliug und barn in tutal ruins loss md no insurance A D Aclnnis1 barn sliat to splinters nnj one horsu killml loss 1000 no insurance Kl Hjiminundsdwell nj destroy ad loss JiitKJ without insurance Yuniuroiis liarus corucribs and ther small buildings wero destroyed The public school building wni damn red to tho extent of and the C B and Q station about tlie same Had About Thirty Seconds Tlis storm givo about thirty seconds no tico ol its tippronoh mid nuiny of tho inliub itants of tho village sought cellars mid othe places of safety Prophotalown is lively place ot SOO in habitants uul is n Trailing center for a largo t arm ing community A citizens relief com mittue is callc1 to raiso funds for tho benpli of those victims at tho storm who can illy stand their Offers of liolp wero received from Chicago but no outside lialp is needed Storm s t IliKhliiuil 1nik PARK April of tli fiercest storms everitnown in Illinois swept ovor this place at 11 oclock last night tiud did heavy t property Though no 0110 was injured it number had narrow cs aapos The wind ciimo from the uortluvest and the path of destructlon svas ibout half a mile wiue The Homan Catholic church a larjo struc ture gave ivay before tho blast and fell iuto a shapeless mass Tho houses of M Rafferty and Martin Blottel which idjoineid thu clnirch on tho west wero next Iown over the Ir occupants fortunately es caping in tlleir uightclothos without injury The roof was littod oil Mrs Collins largo and hurled into the lot dashed nto splinters Many other houses wore partly wrockeJ yesterday morniiig a reguiav cyclone struck TT TXT f I D i TV the northvcstcrn part of tha city on the outi IjAM jj jjiiN j liN UF El ALN skirts sod ttvitZ sixty fuct of roof of tha i Woodward avtuus schoo1 at right angles with its former position Numerous houses wero damaged slightly H avy were iuflicted at and in tlio ueigborhood of Battle Creek Holland I Butterworths Bill Approved by th H Committee lightnin HEASUBE A Fair Snpreiiae Court ILawyer WASHINGTON Crrr April Lelia JJobinsou Sawtelle Boston was admitted to practice at the bar of the supreme court yesterday upon motion of Senator Hoar She is tho fifth woman who has had this honor The first was Mrs Bairn Lockwood of this city These ladies do not often ap pear before the court but take seats within the bar whenever they come to Washington City ANGUINRY STATESMAN the Gore JK i Ors TIIL LOWEST OLIP Designs lint the lies Workmanship AwcJ to our Salesroom 1 Henderson Sons TAX NOTICE 1 he time for installment of county t Axes expires Monda April 21 This off e will be open t rvery evening during the week oom rnencing April 14 for the ac cornmociation of thoset who cannot come during tre day 1 would urge upon alt the necessiUy of paying early to avoid the rush Respectfully CHAS L WOLL Treas Cass County CARROLL April terrible torm struck herd about I oclock yesterday morning Ruiu and hail fell in abundance The wind nssuraed tho force of a tornado nd overturned outhouses blew in windows ernoltebod chimneys and destroyed side vallcs Many people took to their cellars vhero they waited for their housas to blow way s April or four inches of ail fell at Ashkum nine miles north of here esturday aftornoon many of tho stones be ng as larRj as apples Tho north and west windows in tho buildings ujro de lolisliec and thu roofs in man v eases wero oru off April trees in this icinity were considerably damagocl by n svere hailstorm last oveiung and stones early na lugo as lions egjs thickly covered le ground A uumbar of windows were CRUSHED LIKEAN EGGSHELL foruaait Ohio Factory Girl Killetl O cyclono struck Tralk about 5 oclock yesterday after noon It uune from tho northwest and swept track about halt n mile wido 1ioui o eastern limits of the city quite u long into the country Tho umbrella foc f ory ot Spniguo French in irbica ctbont thirty youug women weru employed was crushed like au egg shell Many of the girls escaped but others worn caught in the fall ing building Kilted Stiverut Injured The victims so far as known are as follows Dora Palmer used 19 skull crushed died in a short time Nellie Harding seriously in jured about the heart and upper part of the body Misss Brush collarbone broken and otherwise injured several other girls whoise names arc riot given received injuries A number of barns were blown down trecs uprooted and fences blown away At T oclock iu the evening another tur riflcstorm visited the city the wind blowing and hailstones as large as hickory nnts fall ing smashing windows and detuolishiug greenhouses MICHIGAN CATCHES A TASTE Tlo Cyclone Goes iiifiyratitlu lu a Xuaa ber of Localities CHARLOTTE Mich April cyclone passed over tho northern part of the city 4 oclock yetiterday morniugdoingdam age amounting to several thousand dollars The roof was torn off the main building of the Richardson 31ill company entailing loss of Jlajor Packards baru was torn to atoms A wing of Mr Barioats resi dence was wrenched from therrnaui building aud lifthi into an adjoining lot and com pletely demolished The house of Dr Rossn ivas broken in two Outhouses smoke stacks and chimneys were generally demol ished and trees and shrubs uprooted Tore Cp Generally AIXSOAX April terrible wind storm accompanied by thunder and lightning occurred here yesterday morning about ii oclock Fences ware blown down and several barns and outbuildings near tha Tillage vere moved from their foundations The storm passed south of Allegan ill the town of Trowbridge where it tore up tress demolished fences and blew down barns and Houses Some horsss and stock were killed Remits Kalamaioo AjarU 9 an tari RepiHsentativo Phelun ol Editor Fleming NASHVILLE Teuu April M Fleming editor of the Knoxvilla Daily Sentinel has received a challenge from James P h e 1 a n owner of the Mem phis Daily Ava lanche and repre seutatiro in con gresss from tho Teuth district of Tennessee Editor iteming has re fused to accept tho challenge and ex actly what 2urther jsteps if any Con gressman Phelan may taka aro not known Editor Fleming instead of sending his acknowledgment of the receipt of the communication by wire by which agency it was transmitted to him published it in the Sentinel and it is the principal theme of conversation Causn of the Difficulty Mr Phelans challenge came by telegraph from Washington City last Sunday Editor Fleming in his reply says that in times past the men who have specially commanded his admiration wero those who had tbo courage to treat with contempt the demand of the duelist whilo recognizing and insisting ou tho manly right of selfdefense The trouble between tho two men was occasioned by a book Mr Pholan wrote a school history of which was commented upon in strong language by Editor Fleming in Tho Sentinel DISASTROUS BANK FAILURE lie Manhattan Hank Goes Uiitltr TinAbout MAXHATTJN Kan April Man hattan bank of the strongest institu tions in cnuteni Kansas failed yesterday morning E B Purcell director of tho Atcliison Topaka Santa Fe railway and one of tho most substantial business men of tha state is tho principal stockholder John tho cashier was ap pointed temporary assignee The fail ure is said to havo been precip itated by tho British Land and Mortgage company which Monday advertised a ptib iicsalo of collateral because Puree II refused to pay his written obligation to the com pany for 820000 due April 1 The liabili ties of tho bank nre nearly and are understood to far exceed the assets A number of Manhattan business men will suffer from the failure No statement has yet boon made as to the exact condition of things The Senate Pusses the AntiTrust Uill null tho Ifoustthe Rill to Kraimburse Members for Sllcotts Howard for Services That Saved the Govoruuient About Sam Randal Capital Xotes i WASHINGTON CITY April j Funston of the uouso cooiuiittoo on agricul turo submitted a report yesterday reeomj mending the passage of the Butterworth bill i to prevent dealings in options and futures by imposing special taxes on dealers in Tinreport is signed by the full com It is statd iu the report that the bill ii intended to apply to that class of transactions conducted in the bucketshops i and grain pits of the country as puts and calls including tho whole range i of mere speculative gambling in fictitious farm products Traders Xot Alleclvicl It does not affect injuriously says the report any legitimati trader or dealer in farm staples It soeks to anil doei impose an internal revenue tax upon those dealers j in grain corn cotton and pork who as a i rule never see own or hauclb a peck or j pound of the articles they sell It to dealers whose transactions have tlie least possible reference to tho supply ami still reference to tho demand for consumption who are not concerned whether the harvests are blighted or bountiful Purpose of the Measure The bill which in terms affects transac tions for future delivery which arc innocent j in themselves aud do no harm any onp is j yet intended to reach that class of speculaI tors only who sell what they do not oivn who sell with ro purpose or intent nearer remote to deliver what they sell who re quire little capital or stoek ill trade and yet Iurdoiis Graihted uiid Denied WASHINGTON CITV April Hurrisou has granted a pardon to Thomas Primrose convicted in 3fichigau for coun terfeiting aud sentiueed Sapt 17 IttST to live years imprisonment and denied one in the of Thomas F Hahon of Iowa for violating the postal laws and sentenced to years imprisonment National lliuiks Authorized April follow niitioiial banks havo beea author izil to tommeuoo business Citizens Na of at Lawreuco burg liuL capital SciJUOU Ciiambarlaiu Sa tionnl bink at Cuamberlaiu S D capital More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters All at Wet Goods DEWENTER i Oiati of ii i niialltit j Aprn J William W I Warden formerly carrespoud 1 eut of tilt Cincinnati Eaquiror and at one time private socrjtary to President Andrew Johnson died yesttrJay moruiug of par I alysis after a lingeriag Favorable Reports Ordered WASHINGTOX CITV April u house coinmitty ou comnicrco lias onlerud favora blu reports on bills to ustelilWi u port of en trjat Cairo Ills au i i brldga the Mis souri at Siout City li A Dinner at the Vlnte Uouse WASHINGTON CITV April presi dent mid Mrs Harrison gavo a dinner to the justices of the supreme court their ladies and u number of invited jnists last night Covers wcro laid for fifty persons IT WAS A PRETTY FRAUD SHOCKING TRAGEDY IN WISCONSIN An Argument in Favor of Removing All Lunatics lit JLurjjo MEDFORD Wis April mnn named Willard Williams nicknamedCrazy Kelly went to tho house of Judge Cliiitou Textor oE this city yesterday aud addressing Miss Maggio Pritchard a niece of Mrs Textor said Are you Maggie PritchardT She said Yes and thfin ho said You must die and drawing a revolver fired at her killing her instantly He then shot himself Ho is alive but vill probably die Tha feeling ngniust Williams is so great that it is safe to suy liu would not have lived ail hour had be not shot himself Miss Pritchard was one of the leading young society holies of this village and a favorite Tho cause of tho tragedy ia not known oxcspt that it bo due to insan ho soil ia tho bucketshops and pits of tho United States every thirty days more wheat than is grown in tho whole world in one year thus in great measure destroying legit imate tradu anil driving merchants and traders engaged therein from the Held and forcing the prica of farm products tho cost of production rendering tho calling of the farmer unprofitable nnd degrailrng toil Amemletl to Frotuot tlie Fanner The committee offers an ameiidfnonfc to the bill providing that the act shall not ap ply to any contrnets or agreements for the future delivery of any of ths articles men tioned in tho bill made with the United States or any stat county or municipality nor to the contracts ur agreements made by farmers for tho snli and delivery of any thoo in actual course of productiou by farmers at the tinu of making tho con tract The commit SOT adds that it has no doubt of the constilutioaallty of the meas ure PASSED THE ANTITRUST BILL That GONE WITH FIFTY THOUSAND Good Tel errt Scheme to Get Start Spoiled WORCESTER Mass April has been discovered that Frederick Kimball teller of the Peoples Savings bank of this city who wont away cm Wednesday last ou a short vacation for ars health took with him about S50OOU in securities belonging to he bank It4s not yet known whether Kim Jan is also a defaulter A letter has been received by Mrs Kim all from M cntreai which had been sent by Kimball to th e postmaster at Montrealto be renmilod by liiim to Worcester Tho post master indorsed this fact oa tha envelope thus spoiling Kim balls scheme to obtain a jood start on the oflicers who are on his rack The bank is all right Tho Iowa Ingislature DES MOINES Ia senateyes orday discussed the local option bill with action an amendment being pending at idjourntnent providing that license couu ies shall erect inebriate asylums The louso considered anil passed tlu Australian Jallot to negative votes be ug cast by Republicans The govaruor has igued the joint rato bill Seems to Oeservo the Censure NEW YORK April New York t E conference yesterday censured Rav W McPhersou of PeokskilJ for making contract with his father to pay the latter 100 a year if he would remain 100 miles way frooi him and for having failed Co eep tbo contract The old gentleman was omplainnnt in the case Went Away S30OOO Short PmuADELPEiiA April special to The Ledger from Doylostown Pa says that James Monroe Sbelienberger one of the best known men in Bucks county has disap peared and that he is about short in his accounts vrith various estates of which he had charge He was last heard of at A t lantic City on Sunday Klectlmn at Albany If T ALBANY N Y April H Man ning Dem wios elected mayor yesterday by 7245 majority over H N Fuller Rep Tlie Democrats have a large majority in tha boards of aldermen and supervisors Staialeyd New Book LONDON April Sampaon LOK company publishers of Stanleys new boolt Darkest Africa ivill issue 5000000 copiis of tho work Tha book will be printed ijj fifteen languages Mousmc Goes Tlnougli the Senate in the House WASHLXGTOX ITY April mtro ducid in tho sinutu a resolution callingfor an iuvesiijjition of thu charges against Judge Srayno and Attorney Strip ling of the northern Florida district that tlioy admiuiijter the affairs of ttieir offlcDS in a partisan spirit The resolution went over The antitrust bill was then taken up and passed as was tuo bill to admit free of duty articles from Mexico for the St Louis exposition amended to include the whole of South America njid Cnnadii Tlie Montana semUorship case was resumd but while Pugh was spanking it was noted that but two Republicans were in their seats and thu matter was laid aside The senate then adjounuvl The vote on the antitrust bill was to Tho house passd bills for the relief of per sons settling on Northern Pacific indemnity lands restoring to the public domain laud set apart at tha headwaters of thj Missis sippi Wisconsin and other rivers for reser voir purposes granting rightofway through Indian reservations in Wisconsin to the Duluth aud Winnipeg railway and to I Jj1 prevent the enlistment of aliens in the United States navy Tho motion to recon sider the vote on the proposition that the government make good tho stealings oC Sil cott was then called up the motion carried and tho bill passed The court of claims has decided that tlie responsible In committee the house than took up the naval appropriation but wthout completing the bill the committee rose aud thi house adjonrued But tho Millar Scoundrel Got Awny with tliB ItooJle YORK April Herald special from Chicago suys that the details of a fraud in connection with ths failure in 1SST of the great bar bo I wire manufacturer Sliermnu Marsh iins just cora to ligh It appears that J Marsh mauagin partner of tlio firm seeing that failure wa inevitable lai I hi to deceive the ere itors nml to feather hU own nest Ho ei tercd into a conspiracy with Charles I a New Yuri broker to mako it m pear tint lie JWarul v as spiculatiug heav ly in slocks thn bsuijlit uti as nine ivir on crcdH is he could storetl i in warehau i 1 borrow iiionoy on th receipts In this he got together abou 51501130 This vis ilivvl in Lanes hand to be held for Marsh until after tho failur of the linn For his services Lane was t Kline Ujrlits On wltli the Cash When the failuru of the linn was an uouncod Mari told tho creditors that h had liien speculating in stocks and showee receipts from Iane to prove his assertion WUile this was bjin all of the left tha country Marsh followed him tu Enrup but was un able to fh him In thniantilne thoereii itors oc I be pin djtociivus nn Lan track aud it is understood found bin and incluceil him to up STiOJO Marsh was also taken in by thu creditors an compelled to over to them which he had on some Chicago rea estate Marsh is now said to to a salesman for a lumber firm in The Hatter A K SH ROVER Logunsport CIGARS CRiS M CHOSS bormerly with Sclinull i Co ludlanapolis CIGAR JOBBERS Imported Key West and Domestic Cigans Fino st Maryland Street Indianapolis Goods and The above Flim will bo represented by Fret Dyltcman In this vicinity Tim Weather Jliyy Kcpect WASHINGTON CITV April 9 fallow ing are tin weather iiiri hours from op in vi anil Illinois Lisut local or wiathcr wraterly aud Fair ir ly high tia tho iik colder dcci ly winds fothirtysix i or Indiana ain decidedly cold lur Michigan li wiatior For lowaClcor iilly nortuwest THE MARKETS CHICAGO April S Quotations on the board of Inicle today is follows 2 May opened c Jim opeuo 1 sic closed Inly opened TUic closed TJJjc Corn opened SOJjic closed 3lc June iijic closed July opened ii closed OatsNo J May opened LJJ closed June opened SiHc closed July opened iJtic closed 23c Pork Ma opened SlOciTK closed S1065 June opened SllTTU closed S10TO July opened and SjHISJ opened and Live slock Tlie stock yards report the fol Inin of jjiices Hogs Market opened fairly Hiivc cm packluij and sliipping goods K lovn Hit grades JJlVT mix otSi Jj20 heavy jiackinR aud shipping lots M CuttleSteady to flronif beeves cows stockersand feed ers 3TO cornted Texans ShejpMc higher iiiuttoni 5iau corn fed ivesjerns ji JC3WK lambs SoSOjjr 03 ftinc Elijin er Protliice Ib lino creameries IvQIS claries finestfresh fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per cloz Dressed poultry Chickens SKAiOc per Ib turkeys lOtglSc yornguens 15 irsjc ducks 12 Apples Fair to choice S3OSi30per bbl cw York XEW YORK April 8 2 red winter COV4c cash do May do June SSJ4r do juiy STjff 1 mixed cash do Aprii 38Hc do May 33Vic do Juno Xo 2 mixed 23sc cash and April do May do June SSlsic Rye and Xoniinal mess 5117531225 for new April Mav C6 47 July Live Stock CattleNo trading In beeves market firm dressed beef firm sides g ft Sheep and teady sheep ijj 1113 yearling lambs SB5ag7j5 live 84405490 p 100 ftg The Election at Cinolnnatl ATT 0 April returns of Mondays election in this city show that the Republicans carried the city council and tlie board of education tha first having two ma jority and thj second six The vote was 80000 less than the registration and 7000 less than last years April election The vote all over the state was tight Jerney City Election JEBSET Crrr N J April the elec tion here yesfeirday Cleveland pern TVIU elected mayor by 300 majority The Bs publicani gain three aldermen with a of two more The Silcott Stealings WASHIXOTON Crrr April house has passed tho bill to make good to repre sentatives the amounts they lost by the stealings of Silcott the only member to make any objection being Holman Pay son revimviVi tho decision in the Crain caso in thrcourt of claims The secretary of tho treasury had authorized him to say that his depnrtmcut would not appeal from the de cision Crain sued for thi portion of his salary stolen by Silcott and the court of claims pava him a judgment The appro priation ii something over Step in Army Reform WASHINGTON Crrr April Proctor has issued an order directing that a record be furnished and kept in the war de partment of tho services efficiency and spe cial qualification parsonol habits etc of officers of the army below the rank of col onel including the condition of their com mands and percentage of desertions there from This novel step in the way af army reform is based on the custom of the German army chiefs of keeping a constant ricord of the special attainments and qualillcations of each officer Arrivals and licpartures of Chinese WASHIXCTOX CITY April secre iary of the treasury sentto the senate yes terday a statement of the arrival and de parture of Chinese persoas from the port of San Francisco since Aug J 1SS2 The total arrivals tvere S32 of whom 221 were fe males The total departures wero 3652 The secretary says there are many charges of fraudulent arrivals but little tangible proof of the same and that no alligitions are on file charging United States officials with complicity in the alleged fraudulent arrivals Kepresentative Randalls Condition WASHCCGTOS Crrr April Ran dalls family say that be is not in a critical condition as has been reported that he passsd a comfortable niRht and that he is betcsr than he was last week Jligbty Poor Recognition WASHIXGTOX Crrr April senate committee on finance at its meeting yester day ordered a favorable report on a bill appropriating for the relief of the heirs of the late Professor Joseph Henry Professor Heury wois for twentyfive years a member of the lighthouse board KnH dirI ing that time he received no compensation for his services He perfected several inj ventions which were oi great value to the j government one ol which hue saved the contain Ammoma Lime or Ahim Sold only estimate BAKING fOWDEC BOCK BEER CO Finest and BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops Everywhere in tlie City ELEGANT DISPLAY We have just received a full line of Im ported Fancy Groceries for the Spring racle among which are French Mush rooms Peas String Beans Lima Beans Julienie Truffles Sardines Olives Macroni Vermicilla Jelleys Jams and Marmalates boups Sauces Pickles Gelatine Extract of Beef Potted Ham and in fact we have any hmg and everything you may want We jarry a complete stock and our Goods are new We would be pleased to show you our Goods 5 FOLEY4 Telephone No 105 228 MarketSt WHUHAM11C SPOOL For Sale by off SIXCORD COTTON Loading Dealers 34 Union Square New York City Aug sot After a series of tests at our Elizabethportfactory extending over a period of sevtral months we have decided to use the WILL1MANTIC COTTON believing it to le tlie best thread now in the market and strongly recommend it to all agents purchasers and users of the Singer Machines THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY MIGK KLEIN Merchant Tailor Hcs Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and 525 Pants S5 S6 The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and hiroadwayup Stairs Its superior excellence proven in millions ot homes for more than a quarter of a cennuy Jt is used by the United States Government Dealer in the Popular lightRuiing Domestic Sewing The constantly increasing demand for the Domestic proves Jts excellence and our many satisfied customers will tell you that the Domestic is the machine to buy OFFICE R B WHITSETT Propr 529 Broadway   

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 145+ 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 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
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
Best Value! Save -45%
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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication