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   Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - December 30, 1845, Madison, Wisconsin                             W A R G U S JOHN Y. SMITH, Editor. S. MILLS, CO., Proprietors and PlMETITif f'mm Jfeal'i F Of id! tlir irmt Iho '.i -f> wowJImiili imirjfli, or hnif, ''pi'it cr'.-cp the or fly ill" funniest (rot: I'VJ'h'-1 Of iinturc's Tlic fios, ih-ii nrirhiT nor rum, Jim goes it willi 11 jsrfc. With mil icnnt of bottle green, Jfollow fiiricY vrot, flu intu inm1. anil in His Sunday bem; W lien Hit-. lii-VKt-'itiilinir, tip, I'ut O'Kinn micr- jriiilj Aiirl aritcn, .he weitrs Jli.-i top Ms .litiiM? tin 11 Aixivo tho -'ouyly "Von inrli to suv, old c.lmp, Jim'tloijk iH'fori! Yon raise -your cnno tu flit liiin, Ili.-t ugly 111113; Hur, Trx1 you. it hull' yvnynp, A-tUlll'll llC JtOUH, KKR-C'H lie krrpn itlxnif native pond, Aiiil on ft -nprrr, Hio-v-roiiii'-Triii-s ft oM wati.'r i u'fit liiin drunk ,Ue'f nitl lilt; lint, wlitiii iliry g VPS :i jump, Anct drowns 'om I" ilin THIS LO NHL Y MOTHER. My homo in nnt wh.'it it Imth b.reti, Wlii n tin: luavos nC Though i-.-i In hrigtit smd its riminlirrsi Tiur, Anil tin; Hiiininnr full brightly tlir'ro; Jluc fall m> mi on the yonng oyc, lifT-of ilia AitJ ilii! clnnmy iii-'ht thut w pit-to lie On 'rhi! uurjs KU ittlit pli'iu'tint it tlii< viilno nC ynnih, it Uvlls lit' th'i trulli, AIM! lliul fyri- (ill.I liiiin Tint IIC'IT in (niv nl'ii-r yI'iirs known; I lii.'iif it ri-v Jn t'ur.li 'h-utilrt cot, I pcn.yt'V mid nine' lit-iiruili Jim I In; ilrunry tmirn of Thai is pom! from imr lilnzo, Aii.l thcr tritl. li'inii cur   nl .In-iirt tnirl iht! jff'y nf Uniw: linsi low 'ntvitli (hu c.hiiir.li vii'nl Ircn, Wliiiri! this grows irrtoa imil wilil; lie irt ui for thcie, ]Nly lour, only cliild. Ijni il music In (linv (in Ifiirn ilif1 V'''H'H (il li.'ju. A-J ihy lirM' vvoriln riimo swiift iili'l l.ik1.! 11 vuii'.ir :Vinii tin; f.liililhiKnl niiiii! our: n Klii'r. Hinilr tii'iiriH Ivick on iny annl iigiviu Thy isiirly )''.re tHriivoyo ifn-w il'uu wtili of Or u'i_v locks vvuri' Hhoru. Alunl for Ihr IM'OS fl.iit li'nci! Tluni' (Nii'ly lint iii th-U ovplinn fiiro. O'.rhl will hia rnnt'lc, IiiUn the Onvu id.'i; hor Arid in ih'i" fiir urtil brtici' luint hrr li'rii.Miiri'y l.'ii-l. And sin; nrity IVom-iiM slrnnil, (''or tin) Juvu of tliiit' liitlii. IvTit.won lur on whosf! pnlh tiiiiy shino Tr.fi lit' tin luatlun'Vi Invw wril if liHii'ly [inih T IKM' mullici-'" havp Tln> In MI! ivIiiTt: thi- ii'icil linM Ihrir jonlli, tin- ymtin no whii'iiinj; iinir: Oh! my child, fro in both liiuo unit death, Ijiit us hopt; tu inert lht'0 ihei'O. THE SADDLE. GUI Luilovic Ilaii'z alwivys roganlc'il his with iho docpcst ami yot nolliinjj about ii, capa- exciting din idolatry. Il was a Tin'- ktrfh s.itlillc, ami dtioply stained with bloml; tii Ilif; lira vo I.n'diiriv, il rocallo.d a talo 'ys, wheii yourig, ardont anil en- tif., FH; drew his sword in dufence of his country against ii.s enemies. lie had been in battle ngninst tbe-hostilo Invndcra of 'his native Hungary, nnfl many an unbulicvinj; dug had !iis good Rinillvivlo tho 5arth. Vanoji.'i hail beeri lliu ftirlttnesof thu wr.r, and ton of- ton was 'lie glory of Iho cross dimmed lustre of Iritimphnnt wore seldom alluded lo by ihd lirnyc II ins tr, lint loved to dwelt HBCcosaful actions i t ho had .It wan otic of these fierce Combnis lliat mWdVnly cul olT from liis fariy, found hiihsblf fliirrntindfd 'by i'mir infuriated TtifRs. But iho recollection of you yAJir'anjret would Ludovic say ii> IiWrfrtnghtor, nctrvotl my .ir.n. 1 was. as Bailed by all rny opponents. How three fell, I know not; but sovoni and was the conflict, with tlio rc'st ot'fiiy foes whose arm ijninst mtu Al- renily I saw my wife a mournful widow; my child iui'1 those dreadful infusml fresh vigor into my arm; ilia lodiAib, hurled him nnd rifled I im us ho lay. At Ibis tuwnuutf scvcrul of the enemy ap- ponrtxl in sight, but I was too much ex- tho parifmis conflict Ixnso wuitiulod and r, andfwrcad him on until I MfjaJnad -.The atvdiUa waa atiMpcid in lha blond nf mj foe, and mine rniigtad with of for ft {mm t tfe ing i ia I lo my home, ihtw around mj dwelling and IbtfQl for asMaon war." i TttN JWMJI wwW (to .stilt retained, a recollection of his j :T1il lost' wife, arid iiri could not !iear io' narVsie which stray the After ihait sid event, -hia became hittijl'ii] to hifii, pad hfj resolved to en- 'rWg-o in iho arduous duties of a Tiio lititi1' Th'e'r.ij'sa wJ.ns th's family of a lapse goodi hus- sar fnuiul bar ip youthful-beauty. Ludovic a.mved only in time to close eyes of his brother, on bis death, bed untreated hirri to UesldW Tnerosa o'n his only son when they sfiotild tinve attained a projTor agft. Grateful for his dines t pare it- tal care of liis and moved by .the .sit' of his bwiliHr, whoto. sci'ined to be Kent on th'-s union, romised lliiit wWh'his d.iiiglifor iinve .attained''llta agri of eighteen, Who should becomo tha wit'-i of Karl himself desired ilia-connection at that time, and satisfied with this promise the old man died in peace; This was concealed-from Theresa, but it known to Karl, who in tlie thongli.1 that this rich pripe would (.-no day bo his. Will.i Jyw: habits and u coarse turn of mind, the delicate graces of bjid no charms for'him'; he loved her not, but he Cloved the wealth which would'be.liis, and whicli ha to Karl, his n with a The, soft and nameless feelings' whicli accompany 'a. a'nd tender passiori'vtere uhkrloivh It was a hard task fur him te'fend miatroHs, nur1 did he ever appear. dispose J .lo play tho. part of lover, pxr, cept wiicn sarnu other to' supply his -place. It was "n'f'ii Vtiral fete given by L'tulovic lo bis neighbors at the inrmiintition of almnduiit that: Karl. first cilooso openly.to Jus right, Me had taken it for griutoil liiat (19 Hlioujd. opon tho d.ince Tlierosa. VVljiu then, was his indignation, wliun, on entering the iipnrtinentj he heir slender vvuisieaciiclcd by tiro arm young lina- aar, nrwnjr in ilia graceful !UTlie oyideni superiority of his whoso wall !t nit titirbs, h'rin ariti free and' innrtial air, u tb Ilia own clownish .figure and awkward1 gait, only iri- his .ire, aiicj in violent wrnili hn il lit Theresa, insisting, on. his right to open th.o ijaoce "with hor. -'jCberesa. hur pfersisl'efj slip refused his iirid ut his nn- He became violent nnd ruda. iTlm liusqar unil tho quurccl ;ao. t'o draw the K-irl, in u voicu iitthost cboked'wiih p'is- sion liilil bis grisvu'iKie'S' lieforb hlii'i. 'rhe- resn, in n lono of comolained io lierfiUberof hit inaolenct4, and tippealqd 10 him w be- the r she were, not at liberty, to Hciect any. partner for the dance she ihoiight proper, You1 htive no such thurtdo.ed i flWay a tea strayed down his scarred cheek, errt- braced hia child nntd, departed. Time wiyrre! away; and at tasj the. dny, was There. sa's fate, h fo'und1 he.r'fn a st'atp pf .torpit despair. 'Exhausted by her previtius gtes, all fteling dtJaaS bwt'hftf rhiftt was sutfuring, A to her father. good LudoTJc lay apparently on tho bee of death, ahcl with breathless impatierice Theresa pursued her journeT. I On her her 'father's sick roam waa not solitary. there, and detested Knrf was was the. youvliful sar. f' said Ludcvic I.' ,my days are numbered', riiy fiite Intist soon bo deci- ded, and a ffis.'iyituHi 'fo ;my d ji Laotethaly prwawSd, 1 ttait oft. this wdttld aflord rfest.  I shoiiM reiofin my grtiutejt treasure hny -..Thtprij- si, Keep tJd in rernwnuraiico, of. an. atJjjciipnrite iMr. you, .Karl, are you sajisfifid U> reJWqtiish wrirjtily for the1 my Are you ctoittom 10 laks how dure you .purchase 'exemption from punishment tit ray expehsbf Your wealth id your poaseSsihris' hins't lion nf my willreelaim from the ,.'s: You canno', ytjii Tieplied raising his voice ifi. anger; "toy agreemcint wiih you'r father had1 referenco to my daWghtdf wealth 'formed Driveller! .dotaruj. vociferated tliink you that I will accept a portionless bride? You' iifiiss't seek sbmp oiiVet foot for' yon'r5 purposes I -I renounce i Give her tr. -Arn- holt; It-awear to cherish .her while 1 live.- Give her torine, aiid when shp (ihajl.be the beloved wifebf rny toaom, I1 wili live for her aye, and die for Her t" Karl taughad in raockeryi "I 'never: knew worlh the trouble of.- winning, iind; least of all jfpung tai.fl Ijia, on his Thcresji threw herself between them. At !the Same' ''momerit! Ltidovic sprang from his wiilch, tore- -tKo Covering1 from his head, snatching; his frotit the wall .where ii hung, seized liis subrc, with one stroke it open, atul a atreatn of gold 'beze'ii oriental peitrls, and spark-- ting jewels, fell bii the floor. "Wretch! vile clod of aarlh! art llioii not justly punished Hoflce, reptJle begone before 1 forget that thou art of my blood Ludovic raised his. aabre, and the dastard- ly Karl without-daring-. give utter- ance to tho improco-tion 'JvliipH hung on his colorless !ipSi Trampling under, foot the costly jowels whicli liiy streweil around, Theresa rushed forward and emlM-aced h.er faiher, exclaim- ing, "is hot this a dream? Are you indeed restored to mef ttiiff'be Forgive mo exclaiiriBd Lado- vie, the pain I; liave to give your flentlq wretch resig'n ftis claim to ywir hand has been successful. ''GttidgH not tha't jiari of our store has been appropriated to the holy not M pujchaae forgiveness of siasl mentioned, and of whiclvihank (leav- en, I am guiltless, but to ,bo iho blessed means of saving you from ii miserable fate. Kneel down, .children support h'er, her innocent head1 on year bbsim, and'reteiVij iho fervent behe- dictmn of an aid Snatching A negro in JBiltjmore, lately undertook tQ kiss a snappirig-turtle for a five cent pisce, wflen the owner slip- ping tba fttrth the of the aUr il cuaflit tbo fellow'a upper lip, and ijt was to deliver hito until ils jaws were open. Ha said "lie wouldn't buss ahij'deir for a dollar; lank 'bit ybsrtg burned Ntxk, taanieil Alias Heelt. baloid i I'WJrV f. -i ;i of a Mj life is told. My first impres aUiu sensation of a treoncndous.bu short squeeze, vvliicli irtslaiuly a woke 'me ihouglii. I was .'now spreac oiii a glow of porvuded me. My ideas were mgliilarious eOnfusiMi na liona, politics, courts, spe.echea, mcr deaths, mar- riagtts, dirties, p'oet'ry, die., made up all rhy thoughiSj which were various and mixed; i lay in a silent slaio of wonder anil great Btrwzement. fnund that I was but one of a yet jr large family, that w.aa. ushorcd 'irito tiiriciis rt'orkf ul the same lime. wfcole fninity 'laid in order ir> t fjwtej fnj: JttiMiiorl, .of: the 1' born, waa puriicularJy. uneasy, damp uncomfortable. I. had. a sileni, intui- lito, trihging Wish to get into tli'e- world, which was ttt last giatified. I was. carefully fold- ed and laid, like, in a basket ..by a joy, who was called the carrier and f soon found was I was nil object .of interest arid desire. Ho wrtis aooti accosted by an el- terly lookirtg Brtin, with fhteadbarb, irusry V yqu a.spare paper, this. cni Tiy boyT'' No, was' the short and he 'tis, muttering, as fon, It no wibn; old you are .the HamiJ ;Uiat nm icappiirs for lie.paper.. lfie. -nlber naorning, ;ahd hain't .you are too 'stingy -To take the woti't get me', 1 Myi.bre.llK.eni.were DOW fastlenving me, ieinij deposited q.t tlieir.proper desliij.ation; it length Jiiy turn came, and t was tncke.d nto the crevice of a shop door. Tho first the- kfrid was not hllurin2. !i nl not loiig in rrly new; shuiilinn, w.hfjn a reluctantly; early comor, swinging a tey in his h-ind, wistfully eyed castiiifj a look 'about him, fe'Iniiioiisly seiz- :d mS, and'tlirust into his My-'rigiitfiil' virl-u'e -of-'advn'qcu >ay, being iri sight, hailed u nil arrested jillerer, and wi.th t.hrouts. compelled hifii o Jle entered his store arid 'I'-'sopn'found.t'hitt. I was 'the'first >bject of 'his arieritiotiv Afi'er hastily 'dry-' ng me by the fire, in which progrow I nar- rowly escaped -over me, and fixed his eyes upon sale'si adyeruseinonla, I was ihe'n. uore particularly examined, arid dismissed with condemnation. Nrrt-hing.'bul foreign and: stories, ..and.-iaccidun.ta' >y floqd and field. A. newspaper should )Q a.commercial side at lijast, should daVoted to prices1 was (Heri pettishly thrown'upon the coun- ter, but was sQn.q-.in .-requisition.. A- boy came iii, will) PI case inJend me yaur. iaper for a few. minutes, just it) look at the ship The reqiiest waa reluctantly 'granted, ivirii snrnetlting about the plague of. prtper and; a cleteriniiiation to slop it. was soon borne to a neighboring house. The good old .woman, whose husband was at sen, eagerly son-glit the ship news, but was disapointed in her'gearch. ''How-, negligent and careless these jrinters said sho, "not a word.of in- elligenccof the-Wind Bird: they print of ?oland''-and-: poetry, and fill their 'papers with ih'it is.ali lliey jiire'sbbiit." now took her S'lie'''-sough't tiio stories, poetry and in'ar- riag-RS, which in half an hour were all de- voured with a they'put any- hing else in the paper." An elderly lady now took me. who, adjusting her specta- cles, surveyed me a little while, and de- clared me a "terrible iiri'in'turesiing paper: inrdly a column of deaths, and noimore fifteen or twenty murders anil acci- dents." In this way I passed through all Ihe if Iho family, and' afier being well soiled mil somoivhit lorn by litile ones, was sent loinei For three whole days I got.no 'ej.t, but. was continually borrowed and [bused. At tho ei.d of this period I was iupplan'ted bjr'a" new face, and wns then' tiscarded and thrown aside like all ser- tauts whsn (hey have becomouseless. I was rnanscitated, and ,em- ijoyed as a wrapper to.Bome merchnndize, nd sent into the .country. There I ngain ihe' 6bject of (merest, went the otinds of Ihe neighborhood' and was a 'nine'day's I rtra now quietly hanging up in a shal- eredcondiiion in a farmer's kitchen, from wlich IJiave written this brief have seen' rnucli of the world, and learn- ed that mankind nro unreasonable and im- rratcfnl, and that in a wnrlvl of great varte- y of tasies wishes it U.irnposcible to A.good slory is told of an who i in'dijjged pretty freely in 'pickled tripe and litrtf washed if down with a Icctle loo milch claret. A sudduo fainting came over him as he isd .relumed, to hia fireside, and ejected n rapid succession tlie claret and the pitying wife, tokmi matter are llirowing ,1 aha saw claret (l I don I 'care ao much aooni the heari'd irpJcnrt. But I wtwwo'tfl itiotfe chunks from. im a Church. Speaking of first impressions at chnrcl bring) to. my mind a luilicroua circum slanca that happened some firiy or six') years ago at------church. The rector lliouj h a man of profound loarning and n groat theologian, was of such eccentric habitn as often to create doubt among thu vulgar whether he was at all limes congas Haying remarked for several sue cessive Sundays a gentleman who was no parieiuoner, invariably using a seat in n pbw neit lo tlint in which a yiiting widow lady had her silting, he intently eyed and at one timo detected ihe young gen llemnit slily drawing the laily'a glove from oil' llie back of tho pew where ho was nc ciislo.ned- lo place it (her homl and arm wifd delicately fair) nnd placing in it a note. By and by (he lady's Prayer Book course accidentally from ihe ledge of her into tiio gen lie- man't; ho pickod it up, found a leaf turned down, and ho hastily scunned a pnssngo, 'ticli cvidoiilly caused aetnjlo of comp'n cency. Our iniiHtler saw all their sly pro ceedi igs, nnd continued to watch them with .icrutjnizing eye lor two successive Sumiiiys. On iho third, HS soon 'ns the collects were read, and the bend tu ret obsequiously wailed lo attend him to ho chancel, our eccentric paslor, in a stroni.- and distinct voice, said, li publish ho b.-.nns of marriage bqlwcen M. and N. pronouncing the names of the if any.of. you know just iStc. Tho eyes of iho wjiole congrc- gatioi wero turned; on (lie widow and our jay hfirioj iho Judy siilluaRd with blush- es, nnd ihe gentleman.crimsoned with (in- {or; iihe fanning lierse.tf with veliemence, ami lie opening and shutting the pew door with i age and violence; the minister incan- vhile proceeding through liis nccnslonied  uen top ofliciotis already; no body reqnoa- ted.you1 todbany such tiling; you hml bet- ter mind your businnss; 1" "Why, rny said he pulling her on the wlitit dono h.'ia been all in he ;vay of business; anil if you do not ike to wa'i-t for three, I advise you, to the to irocure ihe license, the ring, foe, ind ilieii iho whulo matter may he autilt'il is soon as to-morrow." replied he addressing widow, with your permission I will get them, tnd wo tiiity Ie married in a day or two." 'Oh! 'you'may both do nu' you yet .nothing loalhinyly, replied ho lady. Jl was but a day or two after, he license was procured, .the parson re .hia' fee, the bridegroom Ilia bride, arid tlis widow, for tho last lima, threw her loven over tlie back of the-'.pew; nnd it vas afterwards said thai nit parties were aiisfiad with, their Ga- ,ette. I'atrwk's Coll. A j'entlcrnan who favors! 113 with some etnitiij'censes respecting the oarly sntllo- nent of this old Dtsrry- tlie following anecdote: '.When rny grnndfiiilier resided at own and Derryfiohl, then settled by the rish, he hired o wild sort of an Irishman o work on his farm. Ono day, soon after its ui rival, he (old him to take a bridle and go ou! in Iho field and catch the black colt. Don't come home without s.i'td the Id gentleman. Patrick started and was [one joine time, but at Inat returned minus he b'idle, with his face and hands badly crate lied as though he had received rough reiitnent. "Why Patrick, whnt is the in tha name of wonder aits ou 1' An' faith it's me, yer honor, thai liver'll calch the ould black colt again bad uck o him! An'didn't ho all but scratch me c yes out o'me head? An' failh, ns riie ;is tno aouPs mo own, I had to climb up a ice after him? Nonsense! Where s thf An' it's tied to the three ie is lo be sure, yer honor." We nil Ibl- ow.iitl Patrick to the spo'l lo get a solution f tin; tlifficuliy, ati'l, on reaching (he field, we fi-urid, lo our notmal! amusement, ihat ie hf.d chasing a ynnng black bear, whic i he hud succeeded in calching after a great deal of rough imago on both sidcc, and actually tied it with the bridle to an old dee. Bruin was kept fora lonj; while, nd Was ever afier known as Patrick's American. W inderful indeed are the discoveries in science as well as improvements in iho arii! [t is staled that at St. Etienne, in France, wvery ban been made by which glass s rcrdered ns maleable when cnld as when irst JrawTf from the pot. "The substance, whici is called silicon, combines with varioJs sabstunces, producing the most britK ml and cao abo be obtained npaq ie, or clear as crystal. It ia ductile and i rateable, and neither air nor acids act upon A man lores his family will a Mm (toper; and a rmn wbo rocpcwta bis fomi v wilt pay for it. Frightful At hnlfpast 5 u'elock nti nfiernnon, a seriotts culliaiun on i 10 Bostim nml Albany 11 til Riciil a short ciiilanco from (.'bcsicr Village, I "2 tiii.i s.ilt) of SpringficM. Tho luriiciilirt which v e itnve from a n-liublo source, cro as M I iv.-s: Tlie passenger limn war coming In, t ie irniii out It v' ;ia I IK- duly of tin: (rain to luvn r.'innincd ut ClicstL-r ViiUjje naiit ilia f eight trnin ruuched sutiixi nl >liat v lingo. It starlet! liourovor at four raiimltM in advance of iln time, unil in thu onurja of t tcsa four iniiuiu a cncuunturuil Uio frcijjlil in, nrulcr full speed. The collision Was frigbtful. B ith locomotives ran into each otluir, Item into a thousand (R'iooi. Four cans, t vo on each Iraitr, (the postotTice, a id baggage of the aid Iwo freight  wn Iho bank, brukon in JIKJCI'M and Illti iur scattered srnunil It was soon discnvflrtd tint f.mr seriously it in ihnt but one t'uttilly Imr1, Tho conductor on tin; trnin vhoso name wo ihi tmi 1'inrn) wr.n i it with the ll'tur nml nlir-r hen first rescunil, s'icli is thu "ruling [i drew out his watch nix' r.xrl-iiniril. have four rninuies yet mi my ontl ihen fainted. Ho i.itt tu uo J -ingprnusly Il is that not :i pis-n'n- I ;r injured; tliij intervening i id express C.-IM (which w-irri d rrving no doubt as a protection. rgus, A wriur in tint t n loruil uf ihe A Pctrififd [oiiib.iy TMIIKS d 'ifrili i whicli inusib iriodtties of the day, both in :i e i itl point of view, II iifid, llin Irivelli-r puses mil of city Jiiiil by the lomtis of I'm Ciliptn. 'id proceeds southerly ncnus iho ruad loading lo the desert of StK'7., und, after hiving gonu on MOIIIU Ion mites up a low, I arren valley, covered wiili aiunl, grivnl. nnd sea shells, fresh as if ihry h-iil been I :ft by lite tiilo of ho liiicU himiolf '-iirri-iinJoij by tin.' of :i jiruiitralii m.'st   a litr.iry now I iv.mm to ax you CD-I oli ast you think yi n nm ch a literary imliwiduil! I'sp'UO you'w rjf-n to de OH cose I hih." dun, 'spoao .1 Ffj'iisli-p cost four cc M If, mind dat! andn fi'invel nnd cost four shilling unit rKjncn, ion1! forget dal and my banjo five itllin. Well, dry was all cot in a lilllo somewhor bclwixt de moun- lino arid Alrnegany about mnntri f Ocloraber nuar de m'uldlo .nctnbur d-.tl! now, liow lung it tnko bolona pudrlin'lo go to dc bottom of a ib of soft aoap? suffer ilat up Weil niggi, am hard un. vou il Jtes, gib it lint nn Itour Well, so docs I, yn, inutrrt fiwt dis nifiija." "Nigga! wlicw, whow, Ts done wid ou." Horriblf Millrrilr. Uarfl, the Now York Sun, from iccnlly from tin; place, tint in a tithgri i Grenn county, n few miles back of Cits- ill, a company of Milleritus, riomiaiing of ariotis ngus and binh acxss, a go, in expectation of iho imint'tiata end f the world, concluding thai clutbiag o longer nccps-tary, sluit up ngethwr in a state of pntfuct nudiiy for everal days logetlmr. Tliedisovery waa :iade by the MIS of fomcn, without n rnrtielc of ekuWffJ, ng'sebn to go to the well for a pail of nd ibo fHior deluded K> induced lo resiinia apparel UU utltoriiieaof intorfured eoav wiled them lo dn so. Incixtiblo that bote rarrit may apfwar, fon 1Mb no4 a parilek of iltral   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 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!
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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
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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.

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