Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Daviess County Democrat Newspaper Archive: October 10, 1896 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Daviess County Democrat

Location: Washington, Indiana

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 10, 1896, Washington, Indiana                                Florida county in Florida j went demo J IN the went of MoKmleys election Mark Hatina will press the button and the bond syndicate will do the THE poljicy by the Gazette with reference to local politics making it the object o a good ridicule from members of al parties jnrt now fas rate of interest tests ihe supply of the This is another ignorant blunder on the ot that i Tie rate of every body is controlled by law and testa J and ib denounced Cleveland for discrediting and diBhoaoring sod now all three of them are working together to accomplish the same Were honest in or are they dis Ihonest now I THE nnpatnotio opurse of the rail roads thia campaign will rsuggc6t to every mans mind this the railroads control the government or shall the government control the rail Tliia IB a question that the rail roads themselves has pasted to the L vbti does favoi he free and unlimited coinage of gold pat to A prominent Trepablican speaker in thu city the other He ieiuaed to answer it stating that Mo Kinley stood on the republican plat form on this The ignorance manifeittxl by the average republican speaker is AMONS the letters received by the managers of the Bryan meeting at Tam many New was the follow i g from John Qtunoy Adams of Masaa cnnsetta I 1 feel bat theory of a people have long been outraged is more to be and sooner to be tha1 uthe wail 1 of as a descendant of two Bigaere of the declaration of inde I Sannot stand idly by and see my people struggling for i the same rights that my auoestors fought for dur ing the American revolution without lending my voice that selfgovernment may be enjoyed and our domestic and financial policy may not be dependent on and dictated by the same old enemy THE Mexican dollar is in this country only fiftyfive though it contains more metal than ourown silver i Bat then the Mexican dollar is not receivable for dnea and taxes in the United and it is not a legal tender IB J why the Mexican silver dollar is not worth as mnoh as the American Put Uncle Sams dollar stamp the bullion contained in iTlexican dollar andit woujdbe worth one hundred cents in thia great republic If seventy million the richest and moat powerful nation in the The con sent of England would not be i necessary to thu accomplishment of thischange in Bannas jjpinion to the contrary THAT We believe that every demporat and popnUet in this county now the statement made in this paqier a week that the Gazette is a coticion liar on the subject of local politics L that any thing it may say A Padgett ONeall djfing any thing detrimental to the snoot to of free or in any way afflicting the success of the fusion tiokit in this county or any individual candidate on the is a lie out of whole cloth to be believed wider any cirot instances which can aafely be denoni Joed asnn ttue without any investigation We refer to this statement again be cauaeof the notorious falsehood repro duced Itom the Vinoennos Commercial in the Gazette concerning alleged Plato jnents in speech ati finoennes by Of the presgionltae Gazette wishesto convey isnottrnaat as a matter of spoke in favor of Miers because he is the democratic can didate for as was hisj duty to But sp far as getting racket aboot it there u ho truth in that The meeting passed off harmoniousjr and much was dune cause of free ailv A MISTAKEN No party has ever done so much for tha theory of government ownership1 of railroads as the railroads themselves are doing Ther conduct piign in dtserimu lating agau ocratio party has been so o tbriouB that it baa been a mat eral The democrat itself on but if the foreign owners ot I iinley ia says the St Ijonifl Ke j TheNevi I deola onntsfdr jn rder to Mo aftfr a ciirefu mil et carry every doubtful the doubtful states which i Mckinley ore Kentucky and a similar made by republican comi iitteeman e New York Sun it an antbmet 11 al diversipn and rtells the republican E lanagers that they mast fight fronj ni n ntil electi in day to s ates m tbo Central IPaynei i taiyland aa a certain t realize tl iat the rfeor le are with Bryan end that here isj nc t money enough 11 the ovi flowing Ireasury of 3 anna to bay this Tjhe freej dount deeerve espjeciall praise the ork they are doing n favor the jeuples la c peomlly ttjufr one cmBidefathe i itolersnoy Ipf the Roldtng e lement with mnaij con t cjudrae 111 c pening o jje to advoeait c cats who final y won t us same spirit of golc bug intoletancy t They it i md it hes lilgat free ijilyer ripnblioans if they Mill boldly meet this intolerant i ipmi wiioh proposes to overwhelm republican Wesi The San aificatibn 01 In view of the basis if he pe fox Mo fonley set hopbythtJBe opponents ol we feel justified inteallihetheir obnolusiouE practical admissions that Me 1 Jinley is b It u an jopen Becret t iiat Hanna is in a panip is appealing t o republic ins of the Vf est to their J tales by h jok or of The McK inley syndi ate is beginning irfwhat he matter ought be an Ee cumes out boldly 9el an i has the ponr it Th s western dbmo at Chicago had tie npper bund t meet a loo they bo n leans the ufctei high time hi t every ojt party should rise it patriotic will soon have It rec nires brayery to within fonrj own when each foe seeis to fi isten legislktic n oni the cotintrr which ruin cf the it B 16 that the rights cjf tt e mass es prevail the niaBnifioent gif poter regardless his might and Bonrke IB a gentleman liL i of but adiatort eH judgment in p61itij5s saiys th4 liouls g iven him a strsbismie neptal In all citizens who bold political opinions different are popuhdts aid all popuhetsl are n igged disturbers peace and an a ohistsi So stands v tb those who are othed in purple anjd fi je anil the tist of Ihe co ndsaijehard and whose clothes are stained with are ig lorant In his Cockran could not ifelp blurting out this onesided view of ho political j alignment of elementjs in tie showed ainly by his oontem ituous remarks ncermng ihe supporters of Bryan J fat his opinions of contest out i K f j This method of trea mg the Bryan n en hardly fits the T where the jjne andflinew of the iieople are enp i tie of democrat is tot 3 DCkran is m the iwroiig part ofthe c untry to arousaenthil He js L te along Pitt b railroads propose to run this country through the ijenoy of the republican they i wfU soon And thu aesciou bn lught for in a way that will please them less than the jtresent p ilitioal aitm tion I fhe theory adopted by the iepablican 1 year is that the financial leg islation of country should be con trolled in ihe interest of foreiin cspital white the democracy insists that borne intereate should control our money leg f It IB in Uua aght that the rail rroads owned mostly by foreign capital taken up the fight againii democ and wHUe they are putting in one dick against the they we putting ink dozen licks in arousing a public issotiment against their arrogance and in favor of government contri 1 ot these More democratic cheer comes from the in the form of practical admia leading New York newspa opposing that Mo Borne time since ther waa sent onti a oi mpaign circular oontlining an editor ial from the London financial m akiug many statement a about the ef fe ot ot the adoption of i ree silver bythe lited the giBti if it being hat itish trade would be mined all Over tb a world by that of This ed was attributed to the issue of M uoh 18 It was denounced tha Financial whVch said it nc t printed any jmch An jei ai ubation of ihe issue of Msjroh 18 past at awed that it did not o ntain the Ihe se rerely criticised ihe iisnance of Bpch a lampaign a second state sent was made th it the editorial was printed try the IK ndon Financial News in of Aj ril 80V 1894 Detero jned to mi th rting the democracy FXJfAJXqiAL i nvironmeni has he men whoae and where the mtas persoj the Tlii turned his istration Safety to stand ic the c have made tuo many free poinase democra oa the present adtiua ifrfe silver roptibhcan hss renpnoeed taa party for the time the popitliiets have the Bijl vbr all Baonfii ing more orj less in order tnat their oadse may If Motsinger in5 agines these sacrifices ihele combine j fi ties can afford to walk the face ol c eleafc m gratify hini jej isvery much rnnBt win in this distnc and Hptdy be defeated idea that forces owe Mo singer or other man anything a ad the Bejfish whim of onSwillbeliillowed tdstaftdin the w Of I M F Spfrake a ud Tells ol It J iflects Ijl i ol Deceit her 1 1S901 Some ttdn tha of further trial f tot determine the permaue f lia Qt the recent legislation upon si it is gratifying to kaoi that the circulation secur by the act iiMJeierted will contsau to feiert ailiosi1 beneficial mfluin npottbnsinowandupdn general While it not been thought beat renew the suggestion oi looking toa agreement the fnjl use uniform hal been closely any obahBf in the attoaiipn and no favoib ableopportapity wjl be lost to prosnotS a result it would confer very large benefits the f the iworld fi the in the aribleg wholly by the tariff was j by many Notice taken fact j the tendency o the jtmarketa waa upwarl Efoox mfluenJealwholiy apart fronji thi tsrfff The enhargj nent ofUinrrpMy by the Biltlr bii givesan upward tenieno and tad a marked vffeet oi jbht ihia1 and effect trftho r many tariff Did He torw became frighten edi am came tearing down Mam street at k iedf At the corner ol ffitknk Smeads Mra iV lim buggy Waa gbiffg jumped ont ew struck u fThl janawayhbrte threw bia Jeet ictd wherej Mr Sra and if waa indeed jumped ont of tho lehiS An IB eating Interview In Forakef Figure as Silver Enqujrir j I fias k strongjbeljever in the si old slundnrd nnfil eojme months a emarkedij the velj nowft clothing yesterday but 1 Was induced study the mane nestiOjn by Senator anjd i eillylbelieve that I a re my oonverbioi he silver dooti me to JTh ttle group of friends who surronojdet reqijJested that he jtel e wlfdle whicb he did as ifol r I Thd day after Congress had acted on the recommendation o land aiking it to ms bonds that hi wanted to bn oh I was Iras taking irinch atj tihe i3t Nieholaawita Mayor W6 were discussing tm action of Con asked thej Mayor how he wouldjiiive voted been in grlesa at I rould have vote io the word gold Mr because it would save the in as syndicate agreed to tak 3 the bonds for lees if they we re made payable ingoldJ1 l While we wereialk I put you V how would ran The Sparky horse tfaa not somewhat jj i A j i i i Her Portrait and PPU Prominent ft luiUnna Society A copy ot tjihie a tog oieiy purual published at Imlmnapo1 The ccipy is especial interest to it contains an excellent likemawof onjj moat titnablo yoaap a contribution1 from he entitled Social Life i and the neatly preparpd article introducing tho author and ordinal of the portrait to 1 colkj jbonds or gc coin i of canrs President Cl ve word Rol 1 in ig Senator For lio question to in Congress have I bonds For promptly ian L M vyt are yon a Goyerncr I inquired and we uldnba gold bond save a grea deal interest to sople Not at ant wered thei Sen If those bondsyere made payit le in gold then anjimphia eement that al the otbir ontstandingjbpndB would hav to bo pi the samb and they ongh toilje did not at thai time agi ee with the view i of Senator For and plainly toldh m He said there is more in his silver ques tion thflrj i Why dont you read fCoins Financial School and then you wilj palk I have one at and willsend it down to I because I Itc Id him that I could M onej at Hawlej si I thought a oei 1 over what e distinguiahed republic n had eaid tcok his welat and ha re come to ihe oonolnaic n that this cou itry can never beprbspironsonaj gold stand tated that the other he met Sfenaltw Foraker on the atrflo anc asked hia if he meant whathUaid hat aftern on at the St but he 8onat r kept mum and away jnst as soon ea he This only pjroves what the Enquirer has always that Senator Forakor isat art a believer iree l DOSS H Steal Bo Down H and Tuei LitteUs g neral store ilnd away Bonsiderable j TJia robbery IB soppijEed to havebfeen committed by j homt fa ent as several t c robtoerifeB have m that local ty Miss Anna whoso portrait wo i i j eeant this is iho daughter i The were tile John graphed for and reichlei Epsom ai 6 the The dogs ware congressional district m J taken to the store and immediately ttokr They w int through the Plainville i nd on pntlt they struck thi Here it was learned thi a boat t ad Miss a vivaaioua youngjj who entries sunshine wherever she She j it l recognized as one of popular young r jial circles of he While Sc to i go to Financial Nf ws office if permitted by its to examine the files of pa Smith did so and fi the alleged ediionS issue of that paper p and onehalf y pars matter at did appeal in April this Beta York NOTXINQ Under the caption Npthiflg but DE Montsinger annobn oei that he will in nO cat e get ontpf the rai ie for i irent ly BUO ca s of free silver amounts to very liiile in IIB estimation us ovn personal an billon for office Is gratiC ad at ihe EBI ie j In other words fte prefers thi standard asaaunsl bo l of any free silver m ul ei cept him sel L That his positioj i in sh wn by the following joard in tiia weeks Beferendnm i by re the Ites started afloat publicans isjtbat a dicker i Mii in tor me jto withdraw Ihe tio To al i on with jut before iThifl he no doubU be eta ted again and again aa tb Ha dy and Miers fade tithe the c away upon the aach the people of the die not I hereby solemnly nc thing but death m ve me from th s wil j have a chance elei it aoinf oorjfeiesa this fall other than a tfrofaoed i Hi free adyocalea o trii t we do npt mil the Ithe gbld eleo hopes of lawyeBor I wyi ajjow ONeall Winter there with him acting M and rendering nun valuable assistance Jn hjs She ia k graduate rfatl Marys of the Wooda and was the jptdlotorian of her been stolen Tuesday ii siipposed that the rqbbai Goet s Qvatw the I l and has many interesting arti oles varitiifsjjwpers and magazines oonmbttfaonSatom pen appears 7JjGeorgia seiJdB to hdr inswer to arid sends it in oial Ufe in ringing The haVe 61 htt gatherings won a sfenal Al midnight 6 JJjonto In Washington turns received jfrdm 37 indicate flBBiBfsl aDemOcratio of t T the been the boost if the oppoL She is anS taon that Atkinwnamajority would at Ihe QTCea ardent and griefnl cutdowb from its of I I i s irs gt t in their v ork at 1 oclock they ht and it floated Imlngly JPlor i jEtieryt possible element antagonistic to 1 denioorticy has been am red againsl JV fi i m pravelea in this fiphtt ft Ihe follqwinfe the nnab nuMtfrom Srifield O btii Siiotiet State Frank Q has twt returned ngW With the prohibitionists and thepampafgn they hava i lade from beer a vigorous cad many Active agents at half In the cities the n Atkinson aid the atate to the other eaders have been using if there for tfo and dp ti4t bmel alta has teeni4e aA which e ie been keep dokn the democrat o plurality I JU fcllUt UXQo j in the state S eSetlt to Maijie jyi 13 rfhmw pbwt A unanimous for silver j a democratic MKJ ihe deoreaae has kw T1 I t i JbleiadaemmpW arid to lodal ugiisheaUogadst Tte itsaiaiie from its AtkdsonS is less i th received by Bothers on the two yet rs state but Ie Wilt have frpiii to f Tlie L0grslatute w popuhsti may jhav fotwnamberslofii Iho th The other 39 will In Hoxise poplilisti will have about of ihe It 0 members Eitttons fromlthiB Jnlton Cofinty w iti ward fjivi i AtkinBos msjDnfy It is eslimat 3d th majority completi will 1 eoe forj hinS by 100 in crease bf 1 r Alkujeons home county Bhois a democralio gain of 873 Thirfyseven leaving 1JO t be yfeld a gam of 193 fo the democrats this rat o the Stat pve Atkmsofi amajorily chairman of the StateEx couhvft says carnesthft State lie between an Aikmso THE Three Hundred lloj and Girls 3Iar h ThuraU s The announcer can parade lyouli drew a big watch fiut m mt that a big republ be given laat nigh to street what disappoint ed lot Of peoplfe tuere was wlhen the las email bpy a ijin hop rn larched ty The line of march was not over thre equarealongat thi i very and if i had no t he two gl ie clubs an about St dozen meili and boy i on bqrso baqk the parade Wouldnt have more than half that long very bojl and girl Veil those that were glee olub wagons jbOuntedi las they passed givten pjointon Majn I street and werel jaSt 311 m the 0 thinnnfcberfully two iha is f laoifig it a low tooL d boys and fewvoters in tho parade maohed along tljey to a iunefal ihere was DO Qispiay of ent msiasm am it was plain tobe feen that the Davjess countyv gold jbngs d wn in to There wera two martial bands I in the parade and al thdukhJlheQakettti had been hpwjmg about feet yobr transparencies read tor the big only one llttfe in iignifioant transparency was to be The paradewas a fizzle with a great I I ifsuohjit canrbje a big gathered at the Eo6 pies theater whers a conplo of male inar and the clnbi sang sei sra catchy campaign 3lnpinof Huff intrcjdueea Son HanleySwho dalirerediin si 3elle it ppeech qn gold bngii HIS ai but he is good itory teller and succeeded in holding ihe I retty wedding Solpinnized kt Si Slriious Cluirtth iVedr This liornmj jit at con oclock it St 8fm tly respflited young ady who has this city her home or a number of yejltrs and unly a ago she and fcer other two ei earned ihe whbrbaipouts o oat briber fronj 4bm they had jbeelji for twejit6ight long The i Tnfttiw ffrml oins ids in wishing them hapilyand prosperous A In Klmoro Iti I ne church Wi Doyle aolem nzed the nuptial binns that will unite James and MISS atrl as Jinsbandlanil TJhe gfoom u wsll krjowi ar lempjoye of trje S the bride and popc ehops and ofvashlp Wife the Nuptial f ot 1 Mrs Willwn hif filed Buij She and werb Imarried two years tofjetfier until last Juring time he he trfcal Bel her a nn eonming mannet a most wholly fftiling o p fpod arid olothiUfZ nd she wasjcomiiel to relt upon her arente for theite On theie divorce and the their jhtjtlB Ogdln Jfc are the plaintiffs The populisms 18lble to almost uniform Alfred Jones Jia petition t leciroait court whtreia he I asksfpel to adopt Juha Cohman as his Miss irhii as a iretty young5 haabeen bomeiwith Jones fpr soveraj months and ho iis legal hoa Joleman anfl oucl receive ajl n w jasks that shebe made W thje namejof Juli that she be entitled the ijighta and the thai she would if the The Court granted Hcs a Petition tk Adopt Julia Col Is Heir TIIJUSEITEII Praxis Calwell Will Serve a Two Year i And Thomas Will Spe in Pr sold id One Yeat Indianas Resort at Numerous Other Cases of More o Lessilmportunre KlBposeS ol iui the man who jvas arrested at a le weeks aga upon Charge ol stealing horse from Charner HawkiBB stable was Tuesday brought intocouri for tijja Huff was appointed to defeni iim and B iconduoted the The state had a clear cane against His claim tha he did not intend to steal the horsej merjely ndeit to Sullivan then1 drdj it was considered a yery poor wa of crawling out of a mighty tight plioe It was shown that ha had first Visitet fQe6rge Warjens stable and stole b wiip and carried the articles to viheri Charner Hawkms and the hdrai which was found in his The case waa BO Clear against him that Judge Heir jn found him guilty senieneec him to the Penitentiary for two Bherjfl Leming for Jefleraonville with the phaOner Tuesda Had Sheriff Lemtng kn wUithe could have saved one trip to ihe pi Shortly after1 he boarded young Calwell another man was stta tenced to Indianas Institution for blac down on the Ohib name is Thomas Davisl Ho is tihe itrancer who walked into Ellas ingtdns barber shop p few weeks and a j He pleaded guilty to the charge of peift larceny and waa sentenced to ona ment fined The ofjeea against yfjara imprisW Jl Jme end tlnle charged jjwith stealjne freight brass from Bj i S wore The suit of Johanna Winders to enforce lieu v Margaret Gooldy iffvs Asboiry p tinned Anna is Co TRIKIJ TO Butgntf Hettd Aialnst Iron SheriS p issed thr ongh thja It iy to tbt He had n bis charge a man v i While j i 3fTfr there last njght the al j the prayer tho MI ISELli count j on Evansville Insane who j l Judgeme it by agree ment of both for Hatfield Palmei and Wjn Judgmorit for plaintiff for 204 Si and ooata i l vsHttnonhli Judgment for plain fiff for S1S29J58 and Mary Whitney wfas granted a divorce her husband Hattie Strange vs Bobert Xoble School Furniture Company vs Sarr school township of DaViess 1 Enos Yarbrongh VB E It Iteilway oasts to t Florence Arford va Daniel Dismissed t JLion Bardm vs James IDismisaed lor want of profje f i Alice Caton vs Mrs Dismissed at Maria Martin va Walter Hattie Ham vs Walter frandu ent William Brumng John ahd Agnea note Judgment against defendants for Elizabeth Hogshead vs John Wt Fmith et BlJ Judgmen against for State ex ril iProie coting vs Mabala Miller et oreclosnre of tax Maggie Yates vs John t j Johh Murphy VB Wilhajn Jolnes et Dismissed r i Wasmngton National Bank craning et note Judgment against efendante for 25 Sflmeiapainst Conrad Hartiget Judgment against defendants fpr or J r t f William Deenng Company TB Wll lam judgment Judg ment against defendant for Vs Goehorn et Judgment for f j The Damage suitof Thomas QpanldiiSg eon The case of William Co charged wijh ntting Kinneman with intent to ill was continued until October f Hiley who stabbed man amed Hiyea in Maduion township was who shed Joseph E6iflr id A Crim upon a note was given udgment for and The foreclosnre suit of the Farmers Loan and Trust vs the railway was brought i to l an end by Tha which amounts to about was is divorco day in the oironK court andnOildsa than twentythree pet sons arp anxious to have the nuptial knots Little Ida who was to haye been taken1 to the school this tnelr will not be taken to that place 0f aged eight and years have been Buffering from dread Last night two of the little touohediby tjnger of death aal this morning the others spirit took rats L K ItwonM indeedbe hard to picture ihe SorrWr thbt exists that once hapji home to Three sweet laced that week ago about alb fUlpd W parents hearts noWWeeping that knojlt httle victims of the awful dj dinveyed to the tiry an Ij there laid to by BI Dcnnlgau and W Conduct fcev ey al ahd a closed a series of silver school SaturdT I the meetings as and This jart meeting fras atfende8 by Cnmbaik Brjianjgleo Mh Wai the audience for one Denmgan Sgava tio speechjin same length of Ssi foVdPatletsqncandijlate Jo an interesting otlfis candidati a were U all y ottng men would cape of huirianity a4tthete a ra formBJboi would rumble frnj ocean odean that would starve the millions As Cqlal June Accident Causes South i I j i t julrsflay i SAbout a kionth ago frames ft thirtyifive year old man if Spith Wasll waa cajnght betseathl al lofc of ling Btyte iti a jpjke conrity Ul mil img in a jf ke COM and his bod y was crushed in a His back and several rii ware Broken and he w4s in other way badly ipjnredl t The poor fe low Brought to hi lome South Washington where ht hss been lyjng at the s point of ever this mormag bis rought to an a and two Th4 iunertU will to Internment at Veales ortek News Interest Gathered bjf tbti Democrats Pom Shnkarji wijl in this county 23 am I L r A rumor current nponjthe tstieei WedneiBday nigbtthat the hal pped to the ground of tha inmates had heen o The report proved to bda oatiartl Honj Heffernan epoka to xonsing silver i at Judder school house Wednesdat r i A Petersburg citizen given toe follow me as his household cabinet Husband somptrollerj treasury secretary secretary L th nteriorj secretary d i 1 iThyre goesa said the man who was whittling a atioki jtbat as thi gneradtiBt man in this hull Ihatl a pretly hard Be praotioally owned up ter It 4ns tajkibg things1 n pie aWethe other an Inj iumgafcted ef he didnt borne rjghfc ou3 own up thdt he didnt know his government The free eilvsritsij will raisfe bjg BfyanT pole m thalj part W tho city Wonffer rfhat Senator tfozakar thinka bout nn a Financial School A few months he reoomnjendeoi t it very ighlyv n was very enthusiastic oa he subject of free silver e O B railway Was nued by mutual f Emery Miller of IVinoennes hag eon of ihe lelepbone xchange m this city to Chaat jA dance WJRS iiven at tie residence o Phil three milejs northwest of ihe Motday s Quite Yrom tpis city were After i shirt illness Jc ho Mitchell died at his hbme in Bedf at theagOjOf flftyjmne ye The de ceased was the father ofj Ibnry well Jruggist oSf city has ma de as ma ny BBeeches but they have be 5 delivered in the back parlors of the b i L fi Senator B is bdled o speak goMltugS t after Tuesday Mrji William Beck asked that Ida be given to her to raise and the court years of age fro a being Occur Ia One Family Within Twel Tuesdays pail up Mr fej bysjnk bars anil JBonham received a telegrarni announcing that Mr J and Al Sohnltz9 three litUe children had just j The jfamijy reside Just east ot Plain ville and for i several days their three after thb hour o UnUssaooerjipanied or fatten Petersburg NeWsjj that at i aeeting last Ithursday e town Joard passed an ordin anoe prohibiting all ohi under if qn 6he streets ff X i i tyeinacratie Meeting of RepublicaniM in Datless telec Clubs and Cqfps Presentanil the lest Knthuslasm JThe Tpel mere ever waga heldjin Odon that waa be the one ted there last night estimates pjace thenu at over fiffeanhnnd ie the bplnipn of good ttiewrowd reached the two thousand II l speaking commenoed the t of literally packed ed wlith fere five clubs in the id a Jrum The lented ja pretfy and hovel The qlnb was composed jojang pbople m f waa giily decorated with ohineaa lanterns and a decorated traofaon iville glee club had a handfiom j TrnByaijc peoorated er glee club madejanice at is did Epsom Tha r olbb had an eioeedicgly wagon with pretty es in The Baglea corpa furnished plenty of la sio held in Crookea ware hvoie into which least people were The ctuldi not morja thne M Hoffman entertained the wire house uf a masterly while Mayor Spencer ie time spoke to the it filled Sprjng street for waa hot able to obtain the After Mayot d spljkon tor over an hour to in the he waa escorted Idmg where he madeanother rer an hours Thij of enthusiasnv wasi I j ga of the glee tha insioj of drum to ths speeches seemed to eet fire with enthuEaaeml crowd at ihe crowd the like of seen u that plaoe meeting productive ol ovi be no donWi e demonstratiau is the very i in Daviert iws more plainly than i to ejcteptihe people portion of this ooonty 14 behall of ffte peoples as a victor for free Dariees that wfl thousand majority maik the Khira gieo olnb is a re at EJnoral did tW ajl wai theleriaSriifeqaenHy Mur baia and bow in coartlj fo of Madison r glee duba had sixteejt in jffhite and one WBn poUEioal Bustler he bag fed r ain the andpopulists were id Theiifaces were i ildelighiafld I think thu immense pop etingwas held in the iltafc j of j republicanism ol nbhoaiiB looked a trifle dei c They didnt applaud east aamile at thej5 composed the cloa1 i I i blicans acted nicely materially in keeping the orderly AS nbl tohave much order town and haa fan Idly f ihe last few 1C except its ThiswiU and WilUard BowJ tea for treasurer and eherj wjtiokled at ihe demonstration hands witbl each i I l rt ont ui eightei burned iThtusday1 aftert boy jone of the rtrorj death slept i 30 alarm of into blaz1 cattRht thohttte one bis it had been BO lorriblyJ jd it only a few r fainted the street when 1 I r1 wder BE   

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 130 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

25 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:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 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 130 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 130 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 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

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

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

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

Browse by Publication