Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Burlington Weekly Hawk Eye Newspaper Archive: April 5, 1859 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Burlington Weekly Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Weekly Hawk-Eye, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1859, Burlington, Iowa                               t couple in that raitM delighted of eooaabiml bliM that they w-lntoiicaud aa MOO left iad' forgot what pwsed. They td to the magistrate aad'wiihed to be 'were greatly amazed ofnmoay had once bo en per-' editor of the Evening in Sew are aboaf to establish an Anglo-American newspaper in London. One brae win ftform the English people of what ii fcapptoingin and the other will ap- prise tbe of irhat ia going on in Dame Nature bas played off one of her re- markable.freaks In -a humble cottage of the town where may be seen ft jet'black with evwT appearance of A woman complained agaicrt a'Chatham street Merchant for selling her lined with rat tails Wiley of Pike N. 78 years ttld.'reeently.nnaderedarelatm newly as old as on account of jsaJousy. He is to bt tried in May. Margaret Suyder committed suicide at'Balti- became her parents required her achurcK of a certain deaoca- iiutioiMuid coytfied her for non-compliance with their Judge Donglaa'U aaid to offer tbe following M the reasons why be win not be a. can- the Pceaidency ia Oppotition are twe to twxted in tin Presidential ty Aa an evidence of the difficulty of get- ting JBJT btuiaesa transacted at Washington with either of Departments of it is Washington paper that a gea- tlemanj-isited'ODeof them S5 sat waiting in 260 and walked between hia hotel and the Department 51 miles before Ms business was disposed and when disposed bis Uveni bOI had nearly absorbed the amount of to say nothing of the loss ol time and detention from tbe engagements of home. gyihe story started by the Cleveland Plain to tbe effect tbat a Methodist had been arrested at Glenwood for counter- feiting was manufactured out of whole by the Plain Dealer's informant. 1'ofc PIKI'S party of men and with two drawn by cuem through town on their way to the gold region. They were from Case Comity Michigan. Another from HcHenry with two passed through at ibe same time. A party of four young men and two from Tippecanoe went out by the to Agency from which point they wiJl proceed by road io their wage a. Another consisting of men flills- dftle and from with BIZ wagons and twenty came up from Sboquokon in tbe afternoon. Several of our own citizens and wbo intend to start ic few for tbe same golden land of were procuring their yesterday and the large number of prairie schooners congregated on the the City quite a gold-bunting appearance. tyWe learn from Mr. Morris that the suit of tbe B. M. E. R. against Wapello Coun- ty was decided against cbe Friday at Ottumwa. The ground of this decisior was that the Company did not tender the atock at the time' of demanding the Bonds of the County Judge. Tbe K. K. Company will carry it up. Szcmurr AQAISST BREACH OP is now before tbe Legislature of New York a bill which authorizes the formation of compa- which will take it upon themselves to in- Bure against a breach of trust on the part of persons employed in fiduciary capacities. Tbe company stands ic the place of private under tbe present and the person who desires its aid has only to pay a premium to entitle bim to A scheme like this baa many considerations to recommend it and is well worthy of a THK UPPZE to March there had been eight steamboat ar- rivals at Reed'a on tbe tipper Missis- sippi. On tbe 25th the ice at tbe moutb of the Minnesota river broke up and ran so thai navigation from the St. Paul up tbo Minnesota it now open. Tbe ice in LaJce Pepin still holds bat in a week it will probably break up. DITACLTINO London Tiroes in a late financial again refers to the default- ing States of tbe American and gives o resume of their respective to aa it saysj the public being deluded by the con- atant fiouriihes of their Governors. Xnew and and dangerous counterfeit bill on the Farmers' and Drovers' Bank of K is now issued. HORKIBLX CASI or a Swiss hardly sixteen yewa been arrested in St. for cutting tbe throat of her new born babe with a butch- er and throwing the corpse a. vault. The only reason assigned by the prisoner for thta_ unnatural was the disgrace of being known as the parentofan. illegitmate child. OT cars on the B. M. R. R. R. from and after to-day leave as follows Accommodation at 6.50 a. m. Express at 6.50 p. arrmng at Agency at 12.15 p. m. and 11.25 p. m. Ketarnine the Express train leaves Agency at 8.20 and reaches Burlington at The Accommodation leaves at and reaches here at 8.45 in the evening. Canvas or and after to-day cara on ihe Bli road wilt leave East Bur- lington aa Morning Passenger Train at 9.20 Accommodation f B.16 Evening Passenger The moriimg Passenger train Arrives at-5.SC at train at jy We are told by frieuds from tbe that .thera is an awful bad place on the inside tbe city 'in the iiciuity o Mr. Patterson's residence. It should bo Attend- ed to at ones.________ Tims A. B Express notices a new rifle'invented by S. F. one of ths inventow-of a rotary cannon attracted some attention when it WAS brongt out. Tha Express averts tbat tbe nfle orMr. styled tbe peculiar qoiie will loud ittieX with ball cartridge fifty times without re- plenishing tbe In a teat which was made a ffew mnce the Gould rifle was load- thirty-five times in four and a half is nearly double tbe Bomber of shots tbat can be got out of oue of Sharpest improved rifles in the same time. iThere is no eh'ance for expansion of tbe in conse- quence of aod no escape of smoke and gas fronf the working parts about the as is the case with in tbe trial al- the'fiouid rifle worked as easily the close as at tbe while SKarpeV was so foul tbat very little could be with It. In the Gould1 rifle the powder ia pat into a'magazine at the maue and the balls in at the and worked into ibe chamber by a screw which renders it perfectly while ID the Sbarpe's rifle tbe eahrijdgyis worked in with the fingers. Tbe whole appearance of the gun IB neat and graceful. The population of Columbus Louisa aa just indicated by the of tbe As- Circuit Court of SL 1W9. -OouB-iel for tbe ittlrict II. VAf. H. ami Doni- phan. Tor the C. At- torney General of and -Ex-Governor Wilson Shannon. of tbrjevtdence the Court ruled as That the place where the offence was committed wag a material it must be proved that tbe oflenco ctimmtt- ted in Mo. That if the Dick left Platte County wittv the consent of .without aid of then fendant is not even though hefissist.J Dick in that the transportation of slaves from one point to another in Kansas is no vio- lation of the Ws of Missouri. District 'Attorney JBasttlt opened for the State. He relied upon the notes or journal which was said .to be taken from Doy.' He called it the bill of a nigger of one who was making preparations to decoy slaves. Dr. Doy's wagon was a. traveling to. Missouri had always respected ihe and he called upoa tbe ju.ty to vindicate thiia. are here under are sir doge re. Our witnesses are not nithin this jurisdiction. Wby ia not Wood Why is not the Sheriff of Platle County here Has any crime been Has a negro been enticed This fclave went away on tbe authority of a pass from hts master. We t Lawrain..... DtUer SKiikWlMmi r betttten Dari2 and Jfathanitl wid Both antl 2otal ported Lo.3 ITe learn by passenger's over Ohio and iKiulppi Railway last that tbe slcarnera Nathaniel bound for St. a.nd the David bound up io this from New came in collision Aurora' about -nine causing botn to sink within fire minutes after they struck. Tbe boats came it is nearly tLe same place where tho fowa and Madison came in collision a few weeks when the latter Lost night was darfe and when the collision took place the greatest consternation prevailed among the crews and passengers. The Holmes had Jon board orer 150 a large number of whom are re- ported lost. As the steamer was going down they sprang into tbo seizing bar- rels and by the aid of which many reach- ed the shore. On the Gibson there were not Jipd only two or three of the craw are missing-. JTearly passengers on the Koimea were emigrants destined for Both atcamera were deply Gibson with sugar and and the Holmes with Pittsbtirg and aamall amount of dry goods. The boats are represent- ed as sunk to the hurricane and both with their a total loss. Tney lie nearly in the middle of the river. The J Gibson was owned ia tbts city by Dr. hive shown'that Doy was at not j Captain MoKinley and David and in PlaCte at that time._ There is not a J valued at about ivnd insured for ti particle of proof tost he was in Plattc county in person or by soy agent on the 6th of Jar.ua- ry. If Doy is to be convicted on the strength of this notes or there is net a man in tbe jury box that I carmtH con vie t. of high treason before to-morrow night. I and I care not who hears that the men who captured Dr. Doy in Kansas were who violated tbe dearest rights of cit- izens. The alleged admissipaaof Doy are to be received with great caution. He hand- cuffed in jail at the and subjected to tlie grossest insults. Admissions made under com- pulsion or duress are not testimony. claim that Dr. Doy was engaged in legitimate busi- ness in carrying those slaves. It 3 ou convict this prisoner without sufficient- you put your elave property in the greatest jeop- ardy. This is a very meagre report of able and powerful speech. ia a in the whole people of Missouri are interested. It is the deepest interest we have. We -timd here as the representatives of a This man Doy belongs to outraged _ clats which has R mortal ITatred of every man wbo calk himself class that would not oi.ly devas- tate our fields and burn our hut violate our I'. Tbe Kansas wit- nesses are perjured. I will take the testimony of a man who stands well before I wilt tsko fhe testimony of hundred of those men over there to El so will I would blindfold my and passing through this put my hand oil one and another on the right and tbe and I will believe the unsworn state- ment of any ona of ibeso men quicker than I will the of a thousand men on the other side of tbe You know this mnn ts a nig- ger is connected with it company which is engaged ia running off niggers. If I was in that and this evidence was be- fore I would remain there until tbe had pocked my grain by through the before I would return n lerdict of spoke two hours. He' ra.ide nn not a passionate appeal. He showed that Doy had no connec- tion with Dick at the time alleged in the in- he was fifty miles Thai the men who captured violated the Consti- tution of tbe United Stales and thf Stntc of us well aa the laws of the Territory of That D'ck crossed the Missouri and Kansas nncl entered Lawrence That Dr. Doy hud not harbored this negro or other and had violated no lair of He was followed by Col. of PJatte some of eenleneea I pve as I huve them of his that I hnve no ill feeling toward this prli-oner ia shown by the thai when he came to Wts-ton tmd wai surrounded by an in- furiated which threatened to linng I perilled my life to save witness from Weston flatly denied that there any excite- ment when Doy was brought or that any violence thh is a con- between Black Republicanism anJ Conserv- atism. A thousand htis been appropria- ted by the Legittlatare of and counsel has bean brought here by Blayk. gold to cheat from a fair vindication of her laws. If we allow ourselves to what pay not Abolitionism do to DEGRADE our If we allow our uiggers to be stolen with ira- ponity our fair-skinnced daughters will be re- duced to performing the contemptible drudgery of the kitchen ___ her vulue. The Holmes was owned in by Capt. Kennedy and and was valued at It is presumed that she was also partly Gazette. AXOTBKH WALSH AND THE CXE3 New York in speak- ing of the Hon. ilike found dead on Thursday morning uses the following lan- guage The idea of Mr. having been murdered to prevent his giving testimony against Sickles was quite freely In some at tta early hour of tbe day. Ia others it was rn- morecl thatthe late Mr. who was killed by possessed knowledge which placed Mr. Sickles and his and some emincxt entirely within his that Mr. possessed of similar Information with still further facts. Be this as it Mr. Walsh is been heard in remark- ing upon tbe Sickles to comment upon it n ait unfriendly manner to and so as convey the impression that he could moke revelations useful to the prosecution. SAD of connubial in- ccESfancy are becoming remarkably numerous of aud almost every exchange we read has one of its own. An individual in who hcs been pining away with consumption for tho past was deserted by his unfaith- ful wife on Tuesday who stripped tbe house of everything except a cooking and the upnu which the dying man and left tbe city with a who in turn left n wife and family of children behind. The shock proved too much for the enfeebled and he died the nezt night. Wo friend remain- id to minister to him in his dying ixcept a younger a mere and itTaogers performed the last sad rights at his MAPLE SCTGAR is Som- Whig season thus far has been moat propi- for our maple sugar manufacturers. More sugar has been made the present season at this date than in any previous one. We hear of _ _ _. farmers who have svlrcady made more than forty thousand pounds. There is no moans of exactly ascertaining the amount of this ar- ticle annually produced in Somerset but we tbink five hundred thousand pounds would fall below the than ia manufactured in any other county in this A statement published in the river depart- ment number of Pike's Peak adven- who h-vc passed through tins by river eo far to be We have no moans of estimating the number gone West by railroad-from rhis place. The ttJc ol emigra- tion for ihal region hub fairly set and there is not thtm one hjndnjd thousand people on route for the newly discov- ered gold regions. Sine-tenths of at HOCSE STRUCK BY bouse of Mr. J. W. Hanger of Stout's McLean was struck by on Monday i named of A gentleman wan in the house and TTUS Mitmg by at when he heard a Joud report similar to that of a and the next moment he found him- self standing with his back to the wall. The other inmnlDS ol the room were flying anout m all und Dr. also irom Bloon.- had tis clothiog on Ore. Mr. Williams weal to tbe Doctor's and with the help of in puitiDg the out. P.'s clothing was badly torn aud and his left boat taken from hio foot. The upper leather was ripped and and the sole was amonc the mining not a p.tr- litte of it could be found in room. Doctor's right sido was Mid his right leg was paraJyztftl in which condition it remained Jor some time. Dr. of ll was aUo but aot serious- ly. The lightning struck his feet mid con- tinued up bis apparently glancing oil' wtii-n it came to Ins body. His legs were badly and thej remained parnhzud for sev- eral hours. The escape of the other inmuies of the seven in wad about as nuur a as anything eUe that we can compute it XoAne ol them received the injury. Tbe house was badly dealt with. Tbe walls- ro- ceired a severe liie floor wmj tora the windows were blown out as effectually and the roof wm panittlly blown off and set on fire. The fire was subdued with- out miicn panly by the partly by the inmates of the house. The light- ning came up through the directly beneath tbe inmates of the niio ty close together. were sitting pret- CATTLE one calling at they were first tracked on but arrived in Peoria with it is pro- himself Jacob C.Taylor alias John and the were arrested in this on Saturday for stealing cattle. They stoli three yoke in Henry county and another yok- on the wbich tbef had driven here and' were offering for sale arrested. It. is sta'ed that w they arri__________ ___ bitble that also was stolen on the rond. Ettcli one denies all knowledge nnd each one tells the same Uiat tiie other hired him to help drive thorn. They art now confined in waiting tlie arrivnl of the own- er of the when ihey will prob-ibly1 be ta ken bnck to Henry County for trial. It is gen- erally supposed timt are members of the gacg of horse-thieves tliaV has so long inlested this seciioa of 28th. ____________________ PIKES before last ilesarf. Mer- cer and formerly residents of and connected with Keokuk Stove returned to this direct Irom the gold fjingp. They went out there last Jull and ppcted all the winter. Tliey give a favor- able account of the quantity of and tbat tty hard work a man can laku out from one to two dollars per but ihht it costs that much to lire there. They are satisfied that with long toms and sluices from five- to ten dollars per for each can be nude. They suy that they exhausted all their mutiue in pros- aa 'every tiling was very high there they came back fo the to some to fit intending to return about six raotitbs to the thinking the times hero were good. We may hure remarU tbat ihe arc not too when men come home to make moueyr to and dig gold. They aay Uife country antl cli- mate Is Hb fine as can be hut they ex- pect ttjere will be considerable as there are many persons there are unpro- vided with noi ovcu and arc doing nothing. They svarud from Cherry on 4th of on with two a rifle litid some nil ihe provision tbay and ato nothing hut game uatil they got near tbe nnd met the out going crowds of emigrants. They must have bad a veary and we should like to bava their experience for publication. Theae gentlemen dewgn going k shortly. A year or two since Capt. well known in New York aa at one of one of the lino of Liverpool packet was on a viMt to our and in a conversation with a friend upon the haroshtps incident to ibe life of a ftrfd that Ue never heard of but one man who had a good excuse for going to sea. On being asked who that the captuiD replied said tbe old chap had remained oil shore he would hare been _ __ _.____and de- lmorfllTzea.v that nothing can from vaaisb'ing as totally from Uic face of the Whig putty except it be cot in jiteces and rejuvenated after dut-iook to deal- with her old Union BUndiog teady in this Hcnife to enact tho witch's part. We entirely agree with tbe TJnfoa as to present'hopeless condition of cratta whether tho I proposed experiment upotL it even in tbe adroit bands of tbe be aay more BUC- ceSfful than WHS that of But by no meaos able to agree with that to what the tourec of the difficulty is. Tho thinks it is all owing to tho Shum Democracy having in it too many great by the tbeexiatence ol which Ht Athens caused the of ostracism to be introduced practice some ex- periments of late have been tried in tbe Shum Democratic though not aa yet with very marked success. To this statement WG are en- tirely unable to but if the Union will amend by introducing the word either before or after the word care pot shall 'then be able to ogree that a superabundance of little or great tittle version the Union may been B chief source ot decrepitude and decline to tho S.iam itauiooracy. It was this very thing that played a great port in kill- ing off the laic Whig and lUe Sham .De- mocracy ia now fadt going by the same road. Ii is a uurioos fact and strongly corroborative of our views of the that the Whig party which has and the Sham Democracy which is hare seldom mado any use of their ureat if indeed of late years tuia Sham Democracy has had the fortune to have which is more than we should be ready to linswor for. The first eight Presidents were alt great diverse in tlicir gifts and char- but all were born to'be During that-period scurce-ly any body was ihougbt of as n. candidate even for the Presidency who wus not a great though it is worthy ol' note that the downfall of the old Fuderal pimy was sig nalized by the pushing forward to jostle Jolin Adums out ot hia of Thomas a very good no but certainly not a pre.it one. All these and this is a proof of their made eo by their own qualities and services. They all wtttked into White House through the Iront wbich opened at their approach as though tbe maitcr had come. Tuuy no caucus nor any body else to hont them in over some breach in the or smuggle them in privily trough some Jett accidentally some buck gate or cellar door. Ihe times of the little men who have mnce had it pretty much their own began with JIartin Van Buren. He loom-n up now to be sure in comparison to his but be- seemed at the time of his uliicli some of us still as compared with his pre- no more than a He was cnr- ried into tlm Presidency bodily on shoul- ders of General wbo not only was and chosen and re chosen by bis main but was able aUo to designate his and to elect in i'pitc of the iort of rebels eo troublesome just now to our friends of the since the Union bus taken to demolishing the Sham Democracy WP cannot but say friend. Since then things have gone on from small to less. The only two ol the succeeding Presidents who had the slight- est apark of command in unfortunately died in office. Jjler and FiHmnre killed oft' tbe Whig party effectlutly. Even Mr. Webster seeing- no other possible chance of petting nominated for tbe was driven to play a. very small one so small thuL the mortification of it killed him. As if to i-how the utter vanity ot human greatness nnd that ctiucua Presidents may be as con- temptible as hereditary ihe Shnm De- mocratic party must needs procepcf to elect first Franklin and then James Buchan- an. The party ia no it is deathly eick of a galloping but to suy it 18 dying of great is an appeal to human cre- dulity which cot have expected eveo of tho Union. regioi F forti instead of Hill encounter starvation ind Gaz- Auother shipwreck and terrible suffer- .ngs at are recorded in the New York pa- pers brought by the last mail. The unfortunate was the bound from Quebec to Slipo. The crew were twenty-one days on wreck they were relieved. Five died Irom hunger and and only seven were round alive. These eaWisied mot.t of tbe time on halt a biscuit u day and what water they could caich when it rained. NEW March papers state that the steamer when was en roule from Jamuca to Nicaragua. She sruck on the Rio Uonder Reata on the night of the of and went down so sud- denly that nothing was saved from her except- 'ng tbe who were ten days without food eight without water. The four officers and fifteen men had arrived as Santa Cruz. The Captain-General of Cuba had de- d a Government steamer to take these men back to and also another steam- to search for ibe misaiug boat containing SO men. The Boston Atlas and Bee understands that Mr. Everett intends to make an addition to his oration upon in. relation to tbc emancipation of his slaves by that greut and good man. If he were also to introduce un episode upon the slaves of the ton who were not the oration would receive stu additional attraction. The New Orleans True Delta protests againtt cruel arbitrary or unjust legislation nguinst Jroe negroes in ot wbom there is H large native resident correct in their general honorable in their inter- course with and free from so far as the kws are concerned not surpassed the tnolEjaalvenwd of their Ihta by equal number of persons in any North or The Chicago Times of gays that on March a youag man was killed at Bureau Junction while- endeavoring to get oil the cars after they had attained too much mo- He hud stopped at the station-bouse for and tbe tram sinned before he had fink-bed his meal. He was a resident of aud was on a visit to his friends in the East. No name id given. A man in Ohio has invented an watch- when -wound up by the will howl twice a second from sundown till morn- ing. An iron-ical Iowa Times- ilr. Editor of the Utica Herald in writing from states that the American Coagulate is supported at Tunis at an expeme of per and yet but one American vessel has anchored in that harbor in 6ve years. A novelty in the grain trade will soon be ex- hibited in New receipt of a cargo of wheat from for which orders have been sent A Suit Lake corrcpondent of the yew York Tribune Gen tile resident of Frogtown a short time ago went over to Froro alter a young it seems bad taken a fancy to and who wished to leave Provo and come to with her Gentile lover. But IL mob colluded aroupU the house where she and her lover he was advised that he would find it conducive to his health to lean which he did. The young woman was taicn out and publicly whipped. STARTING Too EAJU.Y FOR TOE dispatch from St. dated the 28th says Air. Sfatchctt has arrived at Kansas from the with discouraging accounts of the probable supply of pold. foot and band curt parties were met. He overtaken by several severe tnov he must have proved disastrous to as they were poorly supplied with blankets and and many must have perished. Xone ebou d start fora month and until grnss ia high enough on tbe Plains to subsist stock. A man arrived at n few days froat his sole errand be- ing to thrash his who had mal treated h'w wife. Having finished the business to the entire Satisfaction of all returned home. At tlie Republican celebration in X. H.t last a letter from TJ. Sf nator Clark week ago I saw the last Dem- c Senator from New En- 'ew England depart from Uon. His place was us- tlie-capilal of the mi 3timed by a etauueli nawfrotnXcw England no Democrat in either House of A Ifew York correspondent of the 'Tauntoa Gazette says that Miss when on a visit to two or three years at- tended divine one whero Air. Beecher officiated. Some one asked tho trage- dienne how she liked the famous preucuer. did she I lull Netir left tho behind -John.C. Ten the lican Senator tram New waa welcomed by A larjje concourse ol who ex- preBsed to'him their congratulations through J. l.-Jf. Republican member .oi Congress elect. to u Acit and cnllntion shortly afterwards proposed the health of William tbe peoplu'd can- for Freaidem iu 1800. Even-tfie at l been io tbe moa MASSACHUSETTS AND THE NATURALIZATION the .Republicans are speak- ing out manfully and indignantly against-the re- cent action of the Massachusetts in submitting to a vote of the people of tlmtStnte a proposed aincndmcEt of the Constitution whereby foreigners are to be deprived ol the right to vote lor two years nfter their naturali- zation. There is no divideil opinion upon the subject in any ol the fret1 States ot the and it is our deliberate that even In the will vote ia solid pimlanx against We jjotiuo that the Uepublicari State tntl Committee of Wit-consin have RO in which they disclaim in behalf of tho Republican party of thsit State way aymputhv witb the Massachusetts iu'd quote from the He publican platform of thut State to atiorv that they are pledged agaiuai. it. They conclude by Standing firmly upou these we do not hobitate to declare in bchnlf of the Repub- lican party ot Oi'is State that we condemn the fiige of thu Massaclmsults law to which we s departure from our settled rules of we proteat agaiiibt it as being addition uncalled for and and we enrnosly entreat the people of tbat State to re- view the action of their and to -ftace ihe smgk stain upon that escutcheon Inch the Kenublicans of have so nobly borne. ta and we hope to see the Ke- puullcans of every State in the uniting a and emphatic protcn against the proposition. THE SCHOOLS OF -Seiond Annual lleport of the Massachustitis Bourd of Education imd the Eeport of the Soa- retnry of the contain innny interesting facts rtltilive. to the education- al interests of the State. The number of public schools is now attended by 199h7U'2 scholars during rhc last ypar in the nnd in the an increase of pupils over the previous reuniting from the depression in Tbo number of children in the State between thij ages of 5 and nnd fhe amount of money rinsed by tax ior schools wus per btiinp no increase of 21 centd ove the previous year. The whole amount raised tax was and the amount of .school fund nmkir.g a of Adding to tliU ilia nmouni expended in Acadeinies aud schools with tlieir which is U makes noarl. ojcpeailed in fachoola during year. Xuhant takes tfie lead in the amount rulrfet. per scholar. The sum In that town being Brooklyn raises West Roxbury Eriph to Kew Every town id obliged to raise per scholar in order to secure its portion of the School Fund AN EDJTOK'S the close of- review of the Sickles the Editor of the Baltimore Sun married wornan can bs approached by any man with undue professions of or of but with an instinctive knowledge his design. Sot ihe slightest impropriety not the least indelicacy io worti or cau bo thruat upon her obaenation without startling her honor and putting her on her guard. She is at once warned and armed ube has a coun- selor ever at her side to direct and a chum pion to defend a true and hononiblo husband. Hence tho luvr esteems her guilt at least equal to that of the most seductive and designing invader of her when she fulls. Tlie mnrricd woman is arrayed In the very panoply of and cannot beaurprided. She can hardly be fluid to elens aside of her own free will and ems The case of one Charlotte against a Mr. ia a suit for her lius been in Court in Missouri for 16 years. She first gained but tbe caae went to the Supreme Court which reversed the decision and remand- ed the because the Court decided that tho law of Canada on Slavery was matter for the consideration of tho Court and not of the Jury. Oa tho second trial she again named and the decision was again ruversed by the Su- preme because Ihii Circuit Court had de- cided thut the law of Canada was mat'cr for Uu consideration of the Jury und not of tlm Court Again she gained her und again it renmnded because it was decided that the law of Canada was matter for the- consideration of tho Court aud not of the Jury. She has sue- ceedud now on a fourth and the case got'H up again to Supreme Court. Tbe ia millionaire. A Sltve who has near Colu'ra- was taken on a warrant under fugitive slave and brought before the Commissioner at ivho decreed him it beiag tue wish oi the negro to go Tbo Giuetie The eipresscd himself perfectly j satisfied jrith tbe arrangement.xHe fluid he bad enjoyed two years aud worked most of tbe nod Imd nota fivo cent piece to show for his aad could 'esa if bo worked a life- time for his master. God the the utitffed I rise toTio 'stincuoiTm dil'coun- try. I'd gwiao back will ye to yurold uid fcu weut without murmur. uttlo jnrocj former ncd tho lutter JWrnutca. The Holmes lud a heavy iion.'and generul ._B violenlJy when tho collision oeuurredtiftud 'it is thnt obscured lifihia so that. ontihtoo- near Eoltuea was cut The Gibson ewaog k'rouixrftnd.Vasruh she tloiit- ing t j WRKTCnjiS. was a araal I '.trading boat named Annie Laune No. near bput rediEcd to' let any ouc'httve the use'of f'o'go to the usaistinco of the suOercrB. Ha armed'liitiiditlf wfth a lmtchetf uud hw'mfe witb''a'bQwie and the pair threatened' to kill -voy one wbo touch the ekilf. William Nicholson is tbe name of this man. At present tra arc' unablo to give the names or the number of tlio but the latter is supposed to be tfbout There were but few pasaengera'on tbe and with the so far aa we able to were The Holmes bad a hrge number ofpassen- modtof whom to Pike's She'went down in the midrib of the river and nearly every person between decks while raaav of those in the cabin were also lost. As soou as the citizens of Aurora heard of tbe they did thing in their power to rcndei assistance. Every skiff witliin reach was brought into requisition. Men rowed witb al meat superhuman and load after load was landed upou tbo among whom were uintiy women who hntj lost their aad jliildrer who had lost and others who bad lost all they The Holmes hud suty-five and thirty deck passengers. The crew were all saved uxcept Mr. Ualdwell the and a cabin boy. MEFTirfG OF TIUC CITIZENS QV AUROHA. Yertenlay .ikernoon the ciliHcnB of Aurora held a meeting at tho 'City to vise means to relieve the bulfereia. Major Tu- my and Gail' wad chosen Secre- tary. Mtvyoc etnted Uia object of ihe meeting to be to find out the number of and .to provide for the wantd of the desiitute. It was suggested by ilr that persona who wyro on either of the ill-fated abould give such pariicularu of the acci- dent aa were within Uictr knowledge. An old man thcu came forward and stated as follows STATKMKNT Of L. Ollli'l'lTIt. I was talking with the of tbe Ilolmcs on o when the boins struck. The cook we tire nil L'oing to the Consternation at once spicad among passengers tiud I httsu-udua to the Indies' to look tilter my when I reached they were not to lie There were eight of viz. tivo two sons and tbuir wives. The boat was sinking and at this time I was up to my waist in water. I went back to this door of the state-room occupied by niytelT and wile. I found a man entangled in ropes and pieces of the I fell over him into the water. I be- came and was to be left saw a young mnn g.ivu one of my Captain ontne along in a found my wife and took her then caiuo back and saved my son and da I do not know how I got to tlie shore. My youngest aged 21 and my young- est Hiranviru missing. My is'james L. This happened on I took passage at Wheeling with my for had on bouul in mo- ot which I and am now destitute. All I ask Is to be home to N'AMKS Of THE LOST. From Mr. cleik of the w obtained this following liat of the loat from off that boat. A Frenchman uummi LouU wite andHhrce re fioin the Clara Dfan fit Henry wife uud three ol Ya n lamily of seven shipped tit names consisting ot a tivo daughters nnd Duvid John Mil- of Rush Tuscunuvna John from. V.t Samuel wife and from PntWrsburg for Madison. James IJiram V. Gnlb'th and Kmma Ann from lor Hiram wile and throe a shipped tit name i ti child name wan found yi terday at the foot of Lianghrey Thomas Lofton and John mid a colored und two from iiird--------- entiin boy. Four others .ire but arc supposed to have come up on the Ken- tucky to tins city. The Holmes had 06 cabin aurl 8u deck passengers. The passengers savod were taken from the floating iu and conveyed to Auro- where every attention was given them by tbe ciiisiens of that plucc. The excitement on the two stenujera when the collision occurred wna immense. women and children rushed to ceck of the scienming and beggiujj Tbe scene was heart-rending in tho and cannot bo described. One youth named Robert whose fa- mother mid three sisters were sprang into tho and seizing a foi rtli'sistcr five pw-ara to sliove. Atiothyr Mrs. Daniel of forgot her child until niter she left the wreck. -Captain found the IHtle g'irl lajmp be- tween two cloje tip to the hurricane jestordny about 7 eleven hours tifccr the a'ccidont took place. A LAWYKJI SDING A FOR LJJJEL. John en Attorney residing in the City of recently comintincod sixty- seven suits lor libel agiimst the prop7ietors of the Evening one in every county in the and eorue In Pcnuayh-niiia. The gross amount of damages reached the ouormous iimomit ol one laitlion three hundred thousand dollars t On application ot dekndti the suits were consolidated uno ami on trial the jury rendered a verdict for de- fendants. The Albany from which we gather the atatca ihttt on ihe trial the character uf Percy proven tu bu so bad that application WHS made to Strike his nuiue irom the roll of attorneys. The case ciimo up before Judges Gould and Hoge- OM Saturday and after an order was entered gnnuing the Auburn Advertiser. A CALIPOUSIA Sau Fran- cisco describing.'the fortnightly depar turo of the steamer Miya comes great and the and kiasing awkward random an of the good things of this life. Sometimes a Icisn lights ou the or is lost in tha hcadot musaed-up hair. A bonnet stunds no kind of a gets smashed oa the iirbt and by tho time a wonmn has Rdt through tmd been paaacd fiom hand to or rather artna to a i jus of friends and is a pitiable pre- sents din appearance of having ironc through an Irieh hair honuet knocked around on one side of tlio slmwl aad the general symmetry ol her figure destroyed by poukets stulled full of do- nations Irom ginger- a.little good und a botllo of milk for the bahy-.11 GOOD fen- weeks Miag Jano daughter of Esq. of Pierce wua loft in company wjtli in chargo-ol her father's house. While thus hcrattewiion waaattmctedby the violent barking of tbe and having tent tho boy to ascertain the soon returned with Lha information that the dog had got a wildcat up u. tree. Sending the uoy to keep watch at a respectful abe to run some balia and load the Having ap- proached convenient didliurcu of thfc uamg tho shoulder of tU boy us a her lirst fire brought hia oat-ship to the when be immediately pitched into- the dog with a terrible TM Bering that the dog was unequal to tits interfered tlm breach of her gun wlncb sbt brought to bear with such that elio soon demolished and the wildcat Chron- The Wheeling lateJligucccr icco'at mends this eonteuce from the Dumo- ibe old poHoy of'shouting oiggu'r louder than the Natioaal Demoora.laM id a hope- lesa aa applicable in tho Issue be- tween Lctcher und It ia all stuff for anybody elso to try to puratmde tbe people of this Stale thiil the Democracy aru not Hound oa th.o We woyuld not give the toss of u copper for n viqlory won by thoi OppositioD upon this JBSUO ffhiohjajiow marie east of the Blue Wo do tfot wish a -.victory so fur us the beetJDtorneta Western yjrglniR mny he iu- To'lvcdj would bo disastrous as a ciui SttrvllUy to tho uigfjop interest day being taudo th's moaaute ol' noes to Executive pfjjthia cob- j such an test la 'dcgratl-J ing to any maa'a m. heavy p. llgbt c- -10 B.W. w. v f r J' s nighl 42 s 48 d6 ne. i 39 4B n.w. n.w. h cloud rain with j auow drift- inffi- light ra.f light lightflhow- crs at light warm and very und and lightning anil with little C2 w. w. n.e 40 38 SO 46 w. w. 41 65 f. 49 40 s.w. 28 34 n.w. n.w. 22 40 w. w. 33 52 e.o e. e. 38 58 i.w a.w. 36 62 B.C. 8. 48 73 8.C. 8. 38 43 w. 38 34 n.w.w. 84 62 B.C. B.w. 37 S7 n. 28 38 w. 28 44 w. w. 27 52 s.w. e SUDDEN Cleveland papers re- cord a melsinebnly case of audden death. Oil Monday night Miss Thcodoaia aged ttJiie- attended a ainging reliearsol by the choir of S.unc Paul's Church. AL the close of the echoulonn of her observing ihoi ehu did not askodher if she wnsnotpoing home. She said she could get in a laughing lhat her foot was fvsl She then made an attempt to but inatantjy felt back in and ntjpcr flpoke She was conveyed to her where in about tbreo hours bbc died. The editor of the Minnesota Times says that he generally by or by to get up a prcttj good lit docs if principally by WQTILD'T the polite omnibus agent of tlio Lexington and Louisville linilroad was going rhrough the checking he abkcd a very pretty young lady if sho had any biiggngc she wished taken_to a hotel.. She Tbe agent then naked her if she would take n 'bus. She instiuitly gave him a sweec siij'ile and I am not in a bussing humor this The agent dropped his memorandum and re- taining to the baRgage anid he felt StdlCtiman. We doubt of a more profitable crop can. planted by the farmer than that of for in many places they can be made to subserve cruses than those of timber or fneK Bolls oi for may protect farms from the effuctd of violent in pastures they be- come a fehadu and they may be plant- ed and will rainy Suudayi and on Mud unfit for It ii jcurty time to attend to thia kind of Spring work. TllRKK JfUHDERERS HANGED AT rich Peter Smith und Joseph Lfndaey were lunged at Sew Orlettua on the 22d having each been convicted of murder. They all confessed their crimes on the scnffold.' Tho spectacle tbia triple tragedy must have been most horrible. Tho boiler of the new war steamer building al weighs pounds. It wae drawn to to the navy yard oil by a string ihiriy-iwo hordes and The weight wna so great that thft wheels of ihe truck sunk nub deep into the macadamized road in the and m the street outside cruehed the paviug-swues like eo many cocoanuts. At a Democratic meeting in V following was 11 wL'He we-do not favor in- cumtitinev the doctrine of rota- tion in office is a doctrine nlien to our and to as wo are utterly and unalterably Otis of formerly on officer iu the Boston Cuaiom lias before the Liquor Investigating that he can make aa good whisky 'is that which comes Jrom the State for three cents a and as cood port-wine for twenty-five The agent was anxious to know biu the Committee objected to the us they thought he already knew quite us much oa that branch of the subject ua wua beet. LIFE is LouisTille of the in recording the murder of Liewcl- lyn an old citizen of Ousley Tiiua we are compelled day by day to record violent deatha in our Law Be.tms to be a dead and men Have become their own avengers. The pmol and the bowjfe-lrnife are rapidly becomiug the rnlers of the land. This is tlie fourth murder we have recorded'ihis of Thomiia S. Lowe aud John at that of James at and the juat named. French paper tells its readers that PcHssierv DuVe of is the bappieat man in Piirip. because his wife is-----in promising health. lie can't contain his but she does. A farmer in Oicgon lately bought a barrel of whi-skey in and after getting it to his housu HiuLik a painted broom handle in ihroi the to sou How much liquor in woa. When lie pulled out hta the depth ihe whisky wofl plainly shown by the emire diaiippL-arance of the piimD wherever the Imd touched U the eon ol whisky Sxed up now-a-days will take pit in c from the handle of when brought momentarily in contact with wbntwill it do with the throat and stomach of the poor devifs ivho driuli Just think of when you are to Day ton A young man in who had spent a littie ol his own time and a good deal of his fiiiher'd in for the was after Lie how he got iilong. said ie I unsn-ered one question indeed said old with looks of satisfaction at his eon's peculiar uoys. what WJIH asked mo wbut a gui tarn action 11 Tbat wua a Imrd And you answered it did I told thorn I did not ABOUT I'll tell ycr juat how mucli gold I wish I und Fd be said tho iriividunl go on I'll see if you got the lib'rnl ideas of a gentleman.'' I wish I bad so mucb gold 'twould tnkc u seventy-four gun ehip loaded down with needles ao tbat if you put in another needle she'd all the needles to bo worn out in making bngs to hold my why don't you wiah for in when you undertake it 1 I wish Unit I had eo much w-oulda't psvy Uve iukjroat on mine for the th'jo you could hold a red hot needle in your Ono of the lute Democratic candidates for the United States Senntorsbip in New it is thitt the present was the higheut-priced Legislature he deulingr Her. a cotjrtUrUjd luto an Epiauupiil diud last week in tfn- under cLicuiuattnictsthat induce the he- liel ofloul play. The body was interred in PottorV AivuUttiupt to disinter il Cor ex- ahowcd .that ijie.body had bccu ru- movud. It wntt subaequcnily fouud io the disaociing-room of ihn Ohio medical i The Louisville navspf u pupcr lately Rlarted ta I'rovidttiicc to advocate the cluitns of DoUfiJfiB to thu tbat it '.'dots act liove JtUttt Providence will smile One of tlio.oldeat 113 of tlio U. ia to be tried by court-tuaruul ou a charge of unollicorlika out of it lovo Tlio authorahip of ilio aerrnons on Harp ofa Thousana Spirits of Jutt Muninttdo is aambed to tho Kuv. a. atlojicd at La Tho still allva Col. Pikti of about to ratiku a tout among ibe Indiwrt fitter aeoompanifld by usveral geotletnett wlio know has beau supply ing'1 tb- gationul pulpit of Mo.t aincc So- Lhut rcccn tbut and they had anSons doeiro for A just and peaceful Tbejr. fiirth'or state that tliey wrro authorized to.form a. treaty witb tbe United States timikr to those Jira.nce and Rod were willing to loaveio arbitration claim United States or KB citiioua might agaiMl'1 Mr. 'Bowlin no. positive but wait to meet the PleiiipoumtiarieB at tbe City of Corrionts wHIiiii ''Honduras Unit ttto French GoV' crnmetit mtide th'o'fluc 'bay of its slBtion-oo That one id from iljt ro only 'one perfectly Some of l to tea been have mastered favorite and .11 Uw but none of o The three Stales of Doiidurae and of which touch upon it. Ahrou the English of. the Beiiicia has sent a challenge on his own account to the present Champion Jor and Champion Belt. March 81. Utah da.tc8 of the 8th arc received. Terrible snow storms prevailed oti the retarding tho The Second District Court was in session at Prove. Thefts of and mules vrcrc becoming sod the perpetrators. were threatened with Lynch law. The Indians were molesting thu Calforoia aoinn.ls for April 1. The Union of to-day baa an apparently eenj offiuial articlo on tho Gift jton-Uulwer saying the President has never changed bis pol- icy concerning .that the American conRlrue- ucn Mil bo substantially carried into luM the Mosquito Protectorate and the Hay Wande will no doubt be by Great Britain to Nicaragua aad that the subtance of Sir Wm. Gore Oueley'a treaty bad been communicated to this Government on- ly through Lord that H has full faith in the loyalty of tuc British and that if Sir Ousley has exceeded his instructions in any particular lie will no doubt be called to rigid account. 31 PI. ThcU. S. SloPpofWar Saratoga arrived Piinsucola on the 25th bringing VenvCru7.datefc of the Miraroon wae.said to be at the VerucruKians were perfectly confident ol success. The will take iu good sup- ply of storea nod return without delay to.reJicfc the FbidTtFniei -mad witb fWWBp small pieces and carefoUy pu ing it irfll anawtr the origmaL Most of the older ones W m original. iron a don't think have to a Supreme but Lave three different nation or three marks a. Tho P. hns concluded an arrai men t with Vandetbilt for the Lion of mails from K1. to Southampton from April to steainciB to fcian on alternate Saturdays from this eidc and Wednesdays from the side The compensation to be sea and inland postages. From all thai can be it is not uuWc to say that if tbe smemente to Sir Gore Ousley's alleged action in Nicaragua are he has violated not only his own in- but the solemn understanding be- tween the British Government aud United States. If the are us tbo Prcsi it is notwithstanding the o Congress to grant him extraordinary powers U proioct the rights uud property of citizens of the United will exact a conformity witb wliateviT muy have been tho stipulations tween the two Govcruiueuts rcepcctiug Ouslay'a nitsiiou. The recent outrcgc on the vessels of tho Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company wai to day brought to the attention of the Cc-vcni' mfut who nere reported to have the property American citizens f-lia.ll aad will be protected. The prospects arc now that ad- ditional will ba to Nicaragua. The Xew York correspondent of the Charles- ton who is evidently one of the iriendfl of they eolermin no fear us io Uie result of vlie aud cipcct soon to sec him return acquitted of the murder of Key. II acquitted bo will not resign seat in' the next Congrcsa if to his release theic is any ho send h's at and when the epucial clectiou he will again be a and the power docs not exist iu New York to prevent hia triumphant Ano- ther who belongs to tho same thinks that tbe triul will consume ten days.___________________ TIIK COMING parsed over a large portion oi Southern and Northern informs us that be never saw fairer for wheat and fruit giving an abundaut yield this The fieida of winter wheat woa in advanced tbe wheat already hating about and bticg very tiiicls and The peach crop was about showing already the color of the blossoms. All reports give us encouraging hopes of a bounteous yield of of Iruit and grain in the autumn. True TUB ETKPIIESS WIVE POISOSING .tml-of Jiitucb Stephens for the murder of liis wife by tias occupied tbe courts at New York city for three and on Saturday morning last resulted in the verdict The jury at 5 o'cloek Friday and on the Crst ballot stood eleven for convic- tion to oac for acquittal. At 2 o'clock Satur- day morning they and Ofj tho opening of the court reported to an intenhly excited court room. The parties came from ihe uorth of Ireland some tan years fiud Stephens had niwars maintained u good work- ing dilligeudy at his and being R incvnlKV in good standing of the Methodist Mrs Stephens died on the 23d of uficr a three weeks ac- cording to the testimony of Fanay and Sophia her was attended with a burning sensation in the and in fact all the symptoms whicu arsnic could Stcphona gave her all the medicine she'tock and she complained that every time she took it tsho felt worse consequently she became reluctant to take any. 'ottGLASisM IN scrub race between ibe friends of Buchanan and Douglas came off in Cleveland Saturday before for the nomination ol Mayor. The cam a out ahead by just three at iviiivh result they cheered and tho other Julloud hibsed most affectionately. Formerly tho DougUsUes had every tiling their own way in hut they have to work for their victories uow-u- ____________________ JUST AS Muscaiinc Jour- nal tms ihe PoruLAUON OF census was taken of our cityv lart to aaccrtnin liioh class of cities it should Ue reckoned according io tho of ulie last Legislature making a distinction between cities having more or less limn The census revealed the damaging fact that the pop- ulation of the city tu inj-icad of IS.EtoO or aelins been repeatedly uum- petea to the world during the paat two years as the population of the This sliowti immense collapse or an egregious mis- take bomohow in up the returns hereto- fore. The papers of Davenport have not an- nounced the result of the late and we presume Uiey will not tic PQ. Wo buve the fig- ures from a-private but reliable source. SllGGKSTlOff KOS ClICBCU writer in the Pacifa after discussing ihe va- rious positions in vogue for sleeping in Church only truly pious way of performing the important duty of sleeping m church to sit bolt upright the taco to tuo eschewing Coring and duptos.xir.ns of tho licad. Climtian brctBrcn with long object to this mode of worship because of thair nubility to niniuinin the head erect ttbcn tbc will is lost in hlcep. I admit the forco of this have'felt tho evil my- and hcnco'it occurs to that some ralus for the support of the Mich ait the barbers have on ilio lucks of thi'ir uiigUt fixed outbe These nida to wor- ship might be fastening on pew with a uud wlicu oue wordliipper through with his the mnchiuo might be t-lid along to When the service U the sleeping ChrieUati could lake liis Biblo nnd Pauliir-booK under ouo this little aid to devotion under thu ucncJ his Hay well satihliod that lie has hifi duty in a worthy and doccat man- A AKH -Wiwe Tuscola Pioneer relates the nmn a faw urbilc chopping in tho woods six miles west ot LonHac near Lieotvu d wolf was attucled'by a ibe.first eicuuL spsd bis victim by the throat. The wife aundiag in iltc door of the MW the Bittonol her rwratag- eeiied' atld witb ono btoir upou tho back of the wylf 110 him to him re- lease uiu A few more blows fitiiehcd him bnfnot until cutting lie throat of hcr-husband tbat bo wplrod- POBXD Tlie Wnukoeha crat that the body Benja. a OIUBIC tcnoboTln tbat found dead tbo field about one cast of5 WaoKcBba'r and bad probably where it found aouae two woeki. uMiu.uig sports ve verv D.L making V oil place have pat tneir nbbons t M morr reasonable different learned some Wron U8C tbet FG.OWI r At the s and i f years a man calling w accompamod by a biB moved io tbat purchafled a and lived f3 .Kflpectable manner. ua when ilr. iloruan died. be had no but aduinlBtetcd vuepi6p amce she took a secon thing going on arrived m town two in neirc AIOMO had disappeared BUM of New Tforlc in hid t been heard of. One of the to be and stated tbat hufciSJ m the above nann-d eloped riSTS of hii a Miw Emma Un newly married widow Morgan tificd the erring Alonw Morgan an ofaiblUbed. the mate any and son-ender o other property to the rightful clalmtcV taken by GreeS from family will recover about A new counterfeit o r on ihe of Loui8i.0. de pearancc on Third street well executed tbat it ukiaf two o banking it cannot be except by its general wtf only by experienced it S cocdinRIycIoFff imitulton of public should refuse all notes tion on tbat bank. Thta is jtn for people who are not experts- m of bundling bank Mnrch the widens of the Brtdrtfii by the Riv. I. A. Brad Mr. JOI1M GRiBUtt ELIZA all of Do In. March 28. by ibe Bcr. Mr. SILAS C. CATLIN.of OqoiwU.I MlenMAUV E. of Itwi. f this-rliy. I to log X The i the C -Bwriations pMt one o On B Committ I Tbe i r. petofore Ate her H proper e td. ni organtz Kce every t That n ireaob m that wilt g SPRING GOODS. The Earliest iu Market THI mr HAS received ltd Ateortrotnt ot will be at LOW CASH II C V K tt S STAPLE OR FAEI YANKEE SILK DE VAUSdESH AUS El SWISS I X U K K I N II 5 Silk Fringe and Dress Shawls and DEN'IMS AND Iricultorml 4th. That ir of apetiuon I ttwcnbe one i Idcr.thep .The motion med at great Sa M.Thomp.onj we then t Starr INDIA. ItaUural bt interesw t not require mt one point i for to 'ihe State wei each hibition of district. ite at large t On motion ieticg D DAT that ti Hire of the L ym. On it I of every Tirlcty and Jgftherwllh the of BOOTS AND SHOES ever offered tu Burlington. UIOEC haveaot favored m with toHi would Ujat we tell Gooda Cheaper than you have over bwfW iltcm. AND TUT IT.-S REMEMbKIl TUB 55 Jefierson Butwctiu Third N A BLOCK P. PERKINS. J. No. 30 Jefferson SKLL BOOKS AND frTATIOSKKV tn a at ffttua HrMUngnil Western pen of the C teticg. Kosir o'f moncT r tbe past t continues and t ten u it people pairt receipts i Mtipu. had for d MILES STASDKH. They for THE 1001 Uomc INQUIRE Or Facu for the for Snlo W C011SK SOS- A A S. S. UNION AM. TEACT SOCIETY At COBSE 4 Large Aisortmcntou Hi by J rfwrW   

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