Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Dunkirk Evening Observer Newspaper Archive: November 6, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               >L. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TBURSDAY. NOVEMBER 0, NO. 75. HEP KESENTA Tl VE ELECTION ECilOS. B USINESS HOUSES DEMOCRATIC MAJORITIES CONTINUE TO ROLL IN. i sixty-four out of ,02 counties in Illinois, whi'-h returns include Took county, irive Ambers, rep., !2.Bm plurality over Wil- son, dem., fur tieasurer; and Ed- war'.H. rep., hns 1.934 plurality over Raab [or Hta'K "uperniteiulent of publicinHtrtic- la elected oTwTnrner, rep., bra joritr estimated at A 0enioerauo state tnasmsr ia also elected. I 1 Mllionri. CITY, Nov. OF DUNKIRK. RULINO MACHINE for rtlhni; .ttl kimis of litankb le, the lutetit .uiihuuu to tie Uechamcal Department of Dunkirk Printing company. Tie Dnmucrati Will Rave a Cufc Work- ing Majority In tin, Houif IT, Klnley Hopule.Hlv Sc-nilB a Strong Dejection to Con- C.irret'teil fiiim All NEW Nov. U The- vurr or Tues- day's is lastly told The from i. !v .ill of the fiuntry a The .tract. Uunkirk, s. V. Miiipiuma, Mu Uemocracv even a inrpnie to many Lion. The same tonuties two ;-eiirs special says: Davis, ind. and F. A., u ill bo A MISSION OF LWT. MRS. BIRCHALL PLEADS FOtt EXECU- TIVE CLEMENCY THE WOMEN'S UNION. Their X. x Rmli.inc AJl Palrt For Ba. OI7FOKO, 1SS and 225 Central Are Aj-nsUc Photographer InBtantaneout- of Babied a specially. Sittcn- aeed not wa.t for snnabme except foi jnve Harrison 14.1143 plurality over Cleve- land, at which time Harrison carried Illi- nois bv 22, >04 Bliimhty. Shnn.d these I estimates be -uiMained and the same ratio special say-: lie elected by about jorny u." 1.5C continue. Ambers will i.e. etc., bound in all nvles. Ordur p -mpUy attended to. A.11 work BURCHKK-9 CBUCKEBV UOUSR, :t09 Central Yvcnue and retail dealer m I porujit no Glaaawaix.-, UHADTACgUA HOTEL, Rates, SI per Jay. Boai-dlng Stable is connection. Victor Huler, 335 and 337 Lion utrcttU UTTT BABBKK SHOP Chai. Nngle, Prop., -.uder Lake Shore National llunk. rxirn.-r and Thiril streets. tine stock ul f aragn and Uomeatic v.igara. w EVENtNQ OBSKKVEK. Largest Duly ic the Conaty. Aa aneqaailod aieihum. -.UNKIKK EJIQINEERLNI, COMPANY Is Fonpe-ty sellew A Pujmte. rfanafaciurerM of Engines, T f; liungora. tite. PatuirnH. n, auit MaiOnne Work u> urrler. Ja of the rrionf enthusiast ic adherents of the jttrty. It ii tosay tlmt rhe Democrats will i nuve n noi-kfnif majority in ihe house of hi- congress of between thii-v n. t'l.n v five, although it is im- po-sible ,nst nnw to an accurate es- timiiti ot bee; mi.u-ifono' that branch of j he miti.it a li jri-.utin-. Tlm Democratic are widespread. They appear in this state, Jla8Hiu.-huii.-ttM, Oon- necticut. Indiana. Ohio, K 10.1.11, Wiscon- sin, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Louis- iana, Tenrrwi-ee and probably in other -tutes where results of close conti'sts have not yet I een decided. The congressional delegation from New York 'ttate will be fourteen Republicans And twenty Democrats. Following is a revised list of the iweem- blymen elected in X.-w York: I Albany J. Nolan, dem.: l N Hltc-r E. Ward, rep.; Galen A. Hitt, 1 ietn Juiin T. (lorman. dem. j Thompson, ren. I T. Devo, rep. Cat'.trail B. Lewis, rep.; M.Wi-J plummy and Edwards by about plurality. j Both state central committees claim the itate. 1 Allan C. Dnrberow, dem., is elected In the Third congressional district over Con- gressman Mason by a plurality of about A personal message has been received here from ilr. Cannon of Danville elected to i in the Fifth district by about plurality. The enrne paper's Springfield, Mo., Fr, ueh, dem., has a a.ifn ma- ,500 over Wade, rep., for con- m the Thirteenth district. The Democrats carry the First and Fifth councillor districts; the Republicans the Third and Fourth, and there is probably no chance in the Second. i- IV th iiimita- lilr- Mrring -t-iltlo Xew Hampshire. Ccr-roni) Nov. The eleciion n-turns continue in uome in verv mvlv The will elect the gn'-.-rinir All in iriiiiiaiiire win elect tne Ail which he wiys Bnssey's majonty will rhP Section of dem.. about The Democrats do not yet concede that the Republicans have carried the Illinois genera 1 assembly on joint ballot and the result seems greatly in doubt. A Daily News dispatch from Blooming- ton says: Congressman Riiwell, rep., of tlie Fourteenth district tailed to secure re- flection. His opponent carnod the district bv 'Ml votes. Congressman Taylor, rep., la re-elected in the First i-oriu'-e.s-tonal the vote in the -et-o-id inclo lx-1112 that .Vn rn. r--, is r P'tiralitv. iii-tnct, while ist- tne chances elected Uy j.% comui'ie to claim the nn -e ,i -mall majority. The vote fur si n.iturs euiiie in so slowly that no opinion can vet he found. SHIKT CO., JOS, 205 anil .T, 5 Lentcr btreet, Maaudi.-.turern .i( LIU ind "UuiiKirk" jwrlucl tilt: Dn sale in allieiuhni? furniiii C! ami Irj JiLiUbOo in Imnn.ir'v. i V, iv-y. rep.; L. E K. K. TUOU.KT, ami Lion ili 10 Klour, Fdett, nit, liaic-1 etc.. il.iy, i KLK HOTEL an.l Ulnmir U, all tnune and __4 sttiuuu. C Depot. i uomes. Best itccotnnioilatiiina for aurcial Travelers. J. Murpny, Prop. HLEKS M co., t_j ft and '19 E TnirU street. fine Furniture, Cabinet Wure ;in.t C, aolaleriQg. Picture Frames made to or ler. V.. Dickinson, lie- n.p. u- nn, C. Jiffi.nl, -e i-pTt Cilillill.il! -K men P RII-.I.. I ina H T Cl.uti n-- i U rep. T Peck. rep. Davip, dem. '.Vjllinm rep.. E. B. dem. F sheel.an. Mem Enrires, Henry H. Giieniher. Fi ank D. Smith, dem i. er D. Pa.-ner, rep. r Stevns. rep. Fu'.ton ,ind i.'.million Hiri-tie, I en U. .HATTK80S CO.. iOl Central Are., oi Pnanioii Utiutlumen ii .4LRKLJ. STEAM HEATING CO., an Lilac turera ol 8 team H baling Plumbing ;i Specm id. OJtE STEAM Our apet-ialues: Flue fthiru. loc; tuihii- .c; Luffa, to, anil Luce Kree iy. A A io7 CJeucer itreel. ii Ii. Thtnl St.. oor- ol BulTalu .niUac.orer dealer in K ae Boots A l_l WElLKli'S >KW STOKJI, 1US t Thinl st. stauoiic-rv, Musical li. any ami Weekly Paper.- tad everyuiu-g yeruiiiunkj Lo a tlrst uoo. tore, acuuo. Jooks a dp-umltv. JOll PIUNTIMG oi evurf .lescniu-.onaail j .uwcst titfiuy rutuo by d ami iO E. secon 1 it UL. V.4> BCKKN S tire i..t, Acci'tenl anil tjeaeral laaiiruc Dei .u Uca. anil LU.UIE. ib.uiiL.ou ,ianl ui Hie c ire ol .ir-open? collf, rejta io. Cenier at.. ttuer. 1 OKROE'S Ptt.iIUt.lCY, general Avenue tor Wall Piper Una, J. W, 3CO Leuter dtr r and dttater ill l oolhirs, TruuJu.vviiLpa, laluvea F'- inei- i' Miller, rep I ('Mint- V ilem. -i ilr Fl. lOireene, rep. J I.aue, rep.; iiii- b II, B. ii, e. iti-in ini 0 i iin.jr, J. Shield-, dem I.' ilnll. dem B. .T. Mr- iii iiev, dem Jnlm J. .lohii Keliey. dem W. AiUm dem.; i K (ju ili-iii.. C. W. Sutherland, li-in hum.is F. dem.; Joseph ill. M. f Earl, dem Leu i. H. P. (umlil. dem. li Davis, ren. K Mult, rep .M. rones, rep. I'nrncllus R Parson--, n-p.; H. Demnsron, rep R. Dnnlnp. t-f-n New H. lJuffy. dem.. T, D. ,l.-m.: Percival Fannihar, ie-n.: rhiim.is Brady, dem.; D. F .a-iev. dem frtisrav dem.; Unrtiu T. A, dr-in.: Jonii F.. Brod- r i .'.Vrinl.r Kolcomi', ili-in m.. V, M di-m di-m.. Jame-i 11. r u. "IMI.. ih, ;n Lnuis Iciii., aiter IT IJo-ie. dem.. t I- P'. 'i m Dai. ei F. Vartl j i-.1 I. nn Con.i-l I ii, i.. M-MI- D. I n. D jj; rt-u. ii'-n p. '.S'sli-tur, ,.ue: C i 'li -n Ht 1 t-vi Um .'I i in-, llulev. dfciu James 5. Dt-ina-v iiein.. It On. nd..j-i White, rep.; iiini Keniu'iv. I.   01 suerwu, vVillmoui fa. "t ami raiiK't A. i i isa. Jr., rep. i-end. dem.; James J uue4- M. dem.. Levi w' Jit-Knight, RDLXXG, duch oft blank-books, all bmuaot blaaku Uooe .it Printing Uompunv, A and 10 K. .-jocund it. KUDULfH Cor. Third and Buffalo Su.. Dealer 10 Unuilte. Mjirbie, r atouo. Call 011 nie  s clpored 10 jonurcsa from tho ;rif c -ith diatrict by innjonty. Tbt1 latvs: retu it- from'hp :s ui 'lie Mate jhu'.v Che eiccnon .-i-'hte-n Repuhlicima ,tnd ten DeniticfdtH. The frnm tins staie stnmK twentv-one licutib, M-vpn Dt tnufftit.s. Botti contest- auto rl.urn the Seventeenth district, but compie.e which, however, are not official, iiive Elliott 1ft) miijoritv Pun. UjtLPHiA. Nov a. Complete but utiotli1 nil retur-ts rrom every county in Hie it ite Pattlson, dem.. for governor H 'il n-i.r. .jf t.i over iJeliun.i'er, rep. i le Kt- jiila'cMQ for heurentint uovoriu.r ind seort-tary of inter'iul affairs, MessiM. Watrt-A nntl Stewart, are no doubt elected. VlrirlnlH. elected n 'he ii'i di-t a ovar Bow- d-n r, _' i r t, r l .u.'h. ind. rpp by -UK) u. -i.. 'tv a of -b'- F.IIM er-' a.nance. refer to tlie of ihe press of Ontario. Some journals, he wnni so far -is to sav that four other ca-ses of mnHcr niinht be traced to Birchall, where w tlu- crown never did, nor could it advance any evi- dence. Public opinion sentenced Eirchall before he wis tried. He submitted that tio jnt-v- mau-viioreid rhe new-papers could ad- judicate on the cnse without premoice Tlie pre-s of the province of Quebec not being near the locnlitv. acted more fa'irlv and to-day the lughe-t authori: ie> Mon- treal oelieved Birciiall innocent a d signed a petition for his reprise. The re- sources of the cronn were unlimited, he said, and if fSO.UM did not suffice more could be expended. He dwelt upon the fact that all the evt-' an eastern dence adduced was circumstantial and that there was no positive proof that Birchal, was seen tc- ing toward theswamo with Ben-veil except one witness, who was not positive in- r able in his ev ik nee. Further he submitted that Birchail'-i sub- sequent action ,if remaining in the country more than a week at tor the corpse was innnd -vent to prove hib :uno- cvnce. He i-ketl that a most cai-etul and -.olcnin consideration should be given to the matter. V r.irohall then stepped forward and Ti'i Band, a t.-iinoua organ zation. .Mr. Henry Sclioltes .ind Miss Kathei- me Hollander weie uinrrieti at eleven o clock yesu-nlay, at the Church of the a.icied Hciirt Quite a large number of fiienda were pre-ent. The pastor, the tfev Father Frey, preformed ner- e pret.iL tig it by a tew j words upon the importance of the sa-or i I inent. Ttie witnesses were the hr itliui- j  fov. The Republican can- did .te is beaten; sx out of tevt-'i -sional candidates defeated tit! S-'iat >r lugalls' re-election n muject 01 lit d ilultbl. fongr delegation will stand abotir u- Republicans 1. Demo- F.Hi-niers' All ance 5. The Farmers' All UUCP mil the Democrats waged a ter c.mpaign aL'ttmsr. Senator Ingalls, whore term expired in 1891. MILWAI-KEH. Wis.. Nov. E. C. Wall, chairman of the Demoi ratio state central committee, claims the state by 35.000 plurality. C. C. Pnue.. chairman of the Republican state committee, concedes the ptate to the Democrats legislature and all, but gives no figures. MlLTf ACKEE. N'nv. Thomas, rep., for congress in rhe Seventh district, is de- feated bv a small malority. La Follette, rep., Li beateo in the Third district by anil it is believed that McCord has neen defeated in the Ninth. Chairman VTail of the Democratic committee claims a majority of for Peck, dem.. candi- date f. >r governor, and also insists on claiming six out of the nine congressmen. Minhliriin. DETROIT, Nov. 6. -Postmaster Gen- eral Dickenson. spending of the result in Michigan, says: "We have gained fivecoa- gresMiien and if returns continue to indi- cate a gain we have elected Mr. Winans." The city has gone Democratic. Con- grei'-naan nhipm.m has been re-elected by a m-: jor.ty of From tile latest reports received it is fail to a--ume the congressional dele- gatiun frini this -tate will be as follows; Democrats, S. Demo- cratic ol .3. Winans, dem., for gov IN OTHER STATES. Nov UP.I.E.SXS. Xov Floi ,1 the Hi. -c'lam .mptrolle1 M K. Aboey, at-ociate he court. S. R. Jlal- lury in tin- K'n-r .in i (ifu. Bnlloek in the He-ond tn and a lartfe m.ijontv 'f nf the It-it slartire, In I.oiii-i.in i a Democratic delega- tion to cotiitr.--" -s ,-lected. In -even Dfimocrar.c i on- gressinen ai-e elecrt-i by mnji >o link- the int.-rest tak-u l-v Hie neirroes ui tlm elections -uat mniani i-re no Kennhliomi tickets were riisniil u-e Mi- ma- joritv over Hill -t.ue-l m In Tex.u- :i mil Ueuiocratiu delegation to and tin- entire Democratic state ticket wqre elected by liirKB miijor- itii-9. Sixty-Six O-nuicrnU Sure. ALBAST, Nov. 5. inmh, the governor's priy.-iif --crotary, -t ite> fiiat the next -issembiv will h-ive Democratic m -ini'i-rs ,n- He estimates thai rho IJ'-p'M.iicaii- nin.1 iii.-'.ioe-- -ti i r in he K-r-t Dn end Kii-t W.-nne co-i r Mnntgomerv doubt. te.l lift V- ri i ha' r'.stnr, disti-icr. the d.-tr.i" and the district in still iu Probable Composition of the Xuv 6 Tin- r.vetnng Star. mniur.nL' up rne returns. that Demnri-aT- and 1 lieputdicans are i-rramiy-Ircre.t. Four uisrrn-1.- .n West i.i C-ilif'jrnia. and one each Hit 'dr- i-l Monta a and Norrh Da- left untirtcrmuieii. This, would mtiku The Democratic raajontv iu the next house about McKinlp-. .mil UoCnatod. CHICAGO. Nm- btares Sena- ator-elect Calvin Brice tpiegi-aphs Chairman of the central Dfnucratic coin. I't.e-: Ohio elec fourteen Democrario congress- men, a of uine McKiuiey and Fos- ter botn defeated. the pe tf.iMii .lersonp. S i in HIT wonld -bow nnuld tie bl.ai't fii'luiles ruined ii ,au .iir-t into -'ia: wti. -r '-iiin'ts -i-.n He -H. I e rl, ,1 Bir i.i tli h Moll to the it ,1 "t the U.rcii.dl ti n panied bv her -i Very half In. be extended to by about! -aid she fully Vl'cvcd .uicpn. e and'that tune' ;-ne this was: her life and two hoiionibip List hete t'lH uulot" unate in covi r nsi hei lace inro -i chair. ,H vi-.'.ly -t t ny w Tiiln iTivn "ater n atten- iientr- of Mr Me d ticliy ul the in. Mrs. i accom- ilr. Lyinun J. Eurchanl, foremHii car inspector of the Lake Bhure Yard, haa resijjued. and retires from service on .ux-ouiilof u.ird duties of the position. He it, anotter tif tho oldest railway em- ployes here, having been in service tlnrt.y-ei.jlit years. will take with him :iHu reiirKiujut many good wishes. "i ouuij blood i-j c- ining to the front lately, m nuliimd circles, and anolher lUbiaaoc ia in this case. Mr. Bi-tiinant has taken the position tuns vacated, ilu entered upon his duties 1'ueailay. L'nluu The Internal ion al Commit tee of Young have her r'-tnr-i'd to the borel. eti'-rtained in official of tho urowti will ball. COLLISION Baii on AND FIRE. tlm Erie Trainmen Seriously Injured. OIL CITY, Pa., Xov. collis-on oc- curred 1'itPsdav morning on the Krip road at the lo-.ver end of the Third ward in this city between an incoming freight train and a backing switch engine. Engineer Tom Farrell w.ia badlv hurt. Fireman ileu'i (Jhrialtau Aaaovia recomiueuded n. xt ween as a week ol piayer tor yjuntc men. In recognition of this recommendation, the Jlethudisl, Presbyterian and churches uf IUIB city will hold a union service next Sunday evening at ihe Baptist church H v. ilr Eddy will piemth. The young men ot i uuKiik, of all churches, uud uf nu church, are cordially invued to be tluralitlew. Till! (.luraliiiea of Tuesday's elec'.ioa man Pat Really, aLs.j on the switch en- ifine, had one arm injured. Ten oil tans CHI-H were thrown into Oil creek ami rook tire. The bridge de- stroved and fuel .spread the fire to the Petroleum house, -works of the Oil City Lumber and Coal company and adjoining These were all saved in a dara- ngiil condition bv prompt Six cars were drawn away, four with about 400 barrels of oil belonirtmi i-o the Empire ami Mti'uul -work1! were i.estrnye-i The will agjireifate pro! ab y failing principally oa the railro id company. day; Paying Off Dirt WABniN'GTnv, Xov -W.-ishmT paying otf old score-." -s peuernlly triven by prominent Reunnhcans hers as the cau-e of the geiieral efc-at of Tuesday. A Ciibiner officer wh-i the aiwve as the reasons for the D -mi' taric vic'orr, sa d it was undoubto '.i Unit in Ne.v Eng- land the tariff had operated against the Republicans, and from his observation the tariff ref'irm .sentiment- waa spreading in that section. m.j are. V in ............sii9 liooker......'..'.'.'.'. tirofleid ..............2711 Jim. M. E. D. Sperm. Classes for diiuciux will open ntxt l-'r any evening, 7th. at S p. m. at the new Union Hall, Central avenue, j -ud for juveuiies Saturday at a p. tn. Nov. 8. classes will be formed for be- tiners aud advanced pupils. For othui lUluruiuliuD call ut auy time or addreuu Urs. bperra, 73 at. Candler Defeated. BOSTON. Nov. implete returns from the Xiutb district elect dem.. to congress over Gaudier, rep., by a plurality of 1S5. __________________ Disastrous Fire In New Rocbelle. XEW ROCHELLE, Nov. waa dis- covered yesterday morning m the grocery store of George Ferguson. The flames rapidly spread to other buildings, baffling the efforts of the firemen to check them and help asked of tho neighboring towns and waa quickly forthcoming. Tn one of the buildings burned, a large rtora house, was stored a large amount of fur- nituie, silverware and bric-a-brac belong- j lug to Delancy Kane and Adrian Pelin, the banker of New York, which waa en-1 tirely destroyed. Much of this property, which is pecnniarly at cannot be replaced. The loas on tha other property bnraed is estimated at making the total loss Government Exhibit nt the World's Fair. Xov. bnard nf of exhibits at the world's fair determined at it> meeting yesterday ro project ita plan npon a basis of expenditure, exclu-ive ,f the building or build'iiira. tne cost of which is limited by law to It has ,iKo de- termined to rix the minimum liLiit for floor space at square feet. Political Equality Club will uieet with Mrs. A. Buckley, Friday af- lernooo at 2-M. Subject: we do to advdnce the interest ot wiiuien and the Political Equality M. B. SMITH, Secretary. Gennania'a Social Party will take place tonight. Between the miurmidoioiiB there will be a novel entertainment. A phonograph will be resent in the hall, and will tin exhibited. Ttie cuminittee of arrangements have une all tney could to make it pleasant fur every body. Erie railway company haa sev- Wanamiiker Would Not Politic.. I W ASH1KGTON, 6.-Postmaster Gen' P'acesa.ougnu .me where, during era! Wanamaker returned to Washington, lue aummer, ..eieulioua were cause i by yesterday morning and at once proceeded dood damages, making improyeuients to dispose of the mass of business accu- whereby oueu dauiai-es will be prevent- mulated during his absence. He denied 4 f himself to all callers. His private secre- "'d lhe fuuirB- .ibls wurlt uf tsurf, for him, hoirever, said that ltm ls extensive and costly, but tlie Mr. "did not care to talk Kne is determined to have its road bed politics." and tracko as near perfection au poisible. durseshoe curve ia the town of Great for BBM.IS-, Nov. 6-The Grand Dnke of' Valley affords a good illustration" "of Hesae has issued a rescript censuring _. rescript censurinz those who persecute Jews in his dominion Herr Stoeeker, nuteu for his activity tne i of flood in During June, 1889, the Erie Bgainatthe Jews, has resigned the chap- tiack at the point named for several laincy ot the Prussian court. houra [wo Q{ Adriiti onal Telegrsphic Sews on 3rd page.) over it. THE HOSIERY WE BUY. Women proclaim them the best by name Ami fast the black, will ever remain, The way you can tell them is Hermsdor dye, For this is the kind of Hosiery we buy. The quality .surpasses the most sublime And fully it stands the tests of time. The color is black as the blackest Raven And this the kind of Hosiery worth the wearing. The sizes run from four to eleven, For the infants1 foot or the giants of seven; In Cashmere, British, Merino or Wool Are the Ifs we and every one full. Ladies and misses will find our stock The sort we say that will not crock, And every pair is the best of dye, For this is the kir.u of Hosiery we buy. Ears STORE. 'SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT OTODOAIIT 4 P.iu-m Atbimuvn, HIS Tth l> I' P.-iU'nt Of- t lii-e Pnlt-nth, Cavi-au-.nut Ue U-new Trade MiirkHriiitiBU-nil. A.I l-.-.u-m IIUHIIICMI tionilncieil for motlerntc 1-i-i-s. t-iforin.iti-.n, anil special referenceii sonl on reii nest. GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify. July 23, 1800. Owing to the purity, strength, nffoet- Iveness and constancy of composition ot( levehmd'sSuperiorBakln" Powder Tliiiiiktiiirinr pain O A. Utirhce .hmhlii; tn tfetieivtl, ami p., tilar, inat he han puiciiai-i-.i tli nu-rly HI-CIIJHIMI by li. H. Thin! Iltii-.i ,i up i is prepim-.l L.. ,1't ilr-t Hiirmiri-e to tho HI- in piutic- f.ir- Millicit, v> K.iht ill -i-i rdi-r, I have adopted the same for use in myhome." HESRTA. MOTT, PU. D C. S. Gut. diemiit. f.Vs to the InsredlcatB.) "T find that Cleveland's Superior ing 1'owder contains Cream of Ti Bicarbonate of Soda and Flour." Late U. S. 
                            

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 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