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   Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - August 5, 1852, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                               I To village sulisciibcrs, (u (10 To office ami mnil subset ibei-s, 1 WJ For a Ins lime than one year, in the name proportion. ID" Payment to matin in .Qtleunn, Single live cent1'. 10" Produce, of alt kiinN, received on subscrip- tion at the market IGT inserted by the at line. MASONIC- Ar. IIMTJT i. r MuollnxB. Hralaml TJilrtl FrtesiUyi of Mouth, 7 o'clock V.M., lillhu Miounlc Mill. m IOWA CIIAI'Tl'.H JVO Mcnlltlfi, Fir It fln'l Tluril 1'ri.luyi uf uacli Month, 7 P. u., u! Hie Mut'onlc Mlimrairoliit, Wli. w. OK TUB WILL atlunil to llio procurmt; WAKK v-. rs. btCongreM; Hint irtno, (Iniwinir Mu fral unit nil othrr bni'ln hU office, or 111! A'tuniyy jit I H.V Uoomofthfl Lowur fuor ol tlio tJi IMlnt. ouP'Nary far iniili'r tliu into rii-iivcH or f'st fifipnrlalnin (Mll.i'lu Itiiti-Jv-U mrl Mlaerhl WISCONSIN TRIBUNE, BY BLISS CHANEL MINEKAL POINT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, VOL. V.-NO. 41. THE Tlion i'un'''t not clasp the boantiliil Aiul it all thiiic own. Tht iif.aiOluI is for all AM! not 101 one alone; It i-, lovo made In c.ii'ih, anil .ca, .md A ulr as tinio and space Foi i very hnniun eye The I'liim crests tiif Ati'l -pirkh--. ro the hiilif, The -'ii-1 1liar jftTuv the bio-.v o' rnarn A i .I ijuritiis tin- sod by adversity, he preserved an crjuan- iu.ity vliioh won tha admiration of his fricuds, and exacted tbe respect of his enemies. The country from tlio GamtJen to the sea-coast, between tlie Pcdec and Santeewas tlic tlicatre oi Vis eserlitons. look TOnswMe trecsaround me, and I do not Aishonor tbem. I tliink of my own sWred'rigbts, and rejoice that I have not .deserted Aail wb Ai I took forward to the Jong, long ages   (ItmrH Is (ti s Tin- I n I >vuii; -jut to all, itiiul and bnyUt. teen men only he crossed tbe Santee, and c ii-iin Pelcr Horry, in his Ufa of gen- eral Marion, tir.it daring system of warfare annoyed tiie British army. tlic following interust- children uf distant generations may never hear my name; but stilli it gladdens my heart to think that I am, cow contending for their freedom, its coanfloss' blessings." I looked at Marion as he uttered these sentiments, and fancied1.1 felt an when I heard the last words of the brave Do Ivulb. Reform should btgin nt Home. A DOMESTIC CHAT. "This iii exclaimed the young husband, taking bis scat cosily in the rock- ing chair, as the tilings were removed. The fire glowed in tbe grato, revealing a pretty and neatly furnished sitting room, with all the appliances of comfort. The tatiguitig business of the day was over, and he sat, enjoying what he had all day been anticipating, the delights of hia own fireside. His pretty wife. Esther, took tier work, and sat down by the table. A Yankee in n Shower Balb. Kind reader, x ou ever take a er bath I mean a right cold one, and in cool weather? If you have, you know how to the of my friend Tom C .upon the momentous occasion of bis first shower bath. In the city of Boston, in the month of March, 18-1 Tom C bails from n long way cr> himself to ;ay ''lie l'i iiinu. .ilt u column. >ei one yf.ir Out1 J The Englishman his honest head ''I'is Peasant have a home of one's he said again, taking a satisfactory and looked. I thought, as if he had seen the npbraiding ghosts of his illustrious MiciJent: "About this time we rcci'iv- i countrymen, Sidney nnd'Hampdeu U .V IV GBSKI1AI. ui nml (iouiU, Cmo-rlMi Mul Mruol. Mini-iul Pulnl. r. otrnviviNn pAitrNcn ti For, In 'tit> ruul 'leuitiltil OIIP .il tf f1 tyrant's powor Ami I- in 'if wicki'il pneat, i- clrnna. tin' slave c.in see luve Idai licio, liKlit-'m bcauty'h jny. .inty'h filler. old lUml, furl -l Brm) I. unit Will-runts .-Diiflleitlj li'i- Mill-. luli< firm r-f Pmrni.t ti I. .ml AUf-ncy lit Hi hi by !ho And for ever morn, Km ihi- boon. 'Jin- tu UM-IM vvlm'liaU niav suarc, mi1 {-.in in1 too soon eti a flag fiom tlio enemy in Georgetown, Sonl.li Carolina, tlio object of which was to make arrangements about the pri- The flag, aft'T the usual ceremo- ny of blindfolding. conducted into encampment. Having heard gi'etit talk about goueial Marion, bis 'fan- cy li.vl narimilly enough sketched out for him some figure of a warrior, such O'JIai Coi-nwallts hiiusolf, of mar- On liis return to Georgetown, he was asked by colonel Watson, why be looked so serious? "I bavt) cause, sir." said he, "to look so j i survey of his little quarters. The cold rain bent against the windows, ami ho thought ho fuh really grateful for all big present coinlbria. "Now if we had only a exclaimed the wife. "Give me the rausie of your sweet voice has Gen. Mill-ion refused to ttl1 creation." he de- IrcatT'1 elared cimiplimentarily, beside a certain sir" secret disappointment, that his wife's "Well thon.lnasold Washington defeat-! thankfulness did not happily chime with tial aspect and flaming regimentals But army ed Sir Henry Clinton, and broke tip our ATTOtl.SIV LAW AM) F Ml 1 K I1, Wll.l. alli'iiliuii lii i.ll lull to IHMI I.U1. il W i il'i HCimlnC, fur lulu lit. lli< U'VWM liliukol viiMi', i nt'li" lo bu I., ill. .s I OK THE r o. Wu., Will liUi-ii'l in Hi" ji-.yn i lil 'I I1. "mm" i.ti'l iMicli (tlV r i hie 1 1 it -5 iti bi- to Imn, with ur ami jnuh Krmik. In, U Aim. III? m. .ti. tint: ATrOIlNF.V r.V.V, 'I ruT.il I'll -ill Wn., .11 l CIIIL, tinil llm Hi- in nl to liinl will 'I'lvn !ur IT'IIT ill AL'fit, Minor i! I'oii't, 'ii ruth .luiUum! Uir- Any H'l nil' iitliin '1 I il. pnnlies Ann 1, ,uls as to H-i U ho it, iti luu nnil lluwi'r ti. seraphim, Irnni i! e< tin- I IA Tn I wat was his surprise, when led into Mar- 1 ion's presence and Uie bandage taken from j his eyes, ho behold, in our swarthy, I smo'kc-drii d little man, with scarcely cnoaah of thread-bare home spun to cover thcmcnt mi-1 I and, instead of tall ranks of gay-drcs-sud. soldiers, a handful of smn- burnt, yellow-legged militia men; some roai-ting potatoes, and some asleep, v.'ith si hits off Tin It A tti) 'J t Tu i swallo'.v nwn humble tcry to me, in bh--1- MiouM eoinc to cartlt, C. sir, not that neither, hut WOTSC "Ah! what can be sir, I have soon an American general, and his officers, without pay, and almost without clothes, ing on roola, and drinking water, aud all for LHIERTV What elianci; have we aga'iust such men'" It is said colonel Watson was not much obliged to him for his speech. But the their black fire-locks, and powder horns, j young officer was so struck with Marion's by them on the logf. Haung ro- sentiments, that he never rested till he had covered 11 little from his surprise, ho pro- j thrown up bis commission, arid retired to win Ml', i' II for tin- s.ilu ol I lul fcc ka. Mln-Tiil I'ulnt, IN (.I'SHUVI., .lit, I'.ik-ii. Mit.irle NVorld advancr, n t-- v" their bright aboilcs, .1 Uibk- auIVd ljjrit ihat will a iMoiint.in move a lit' M.KH in I'.n II.IH. Niula Cliti. Wniuli-i Ihu Cwiuro lliy I'Ollll. in 1-rii-i, (te, III I, M in- It. t'i i I n in Ilie regular service, and eneral in tbo militia of South bovii in tlio vicinity of iSouth Carolina, in the year M-irinn. at tho of "ixtccn, ,111 hoard a vosol Ijouiul the I with a determination to lit hinihelf I'm- ,i st-aliu iif'o. On his out- wavd pa .-.aj'C, tiio vc.-.sel upsist iu n of wind, tiic crew took Lo their I sented bis li ttcr to general ilarion. porjseJ it. and soon settled everything I his satisfaction Tl'O oiFieur took his hat to retire. Oh said Marion, ''it is now about our time uf diuing, and I hope sir. you will give us the pleasure of your company to dine." At the mention of the word the British officer looked around him.but to his great mortification could see no of a pol.pan, DuU-li oven, or any other cooking utensil, that could raise the spirits of a hungry man. "Well said llio general to one of ncn, "conic, give our dinner Tiic dinner lo which he alluded, was no other than 11 lienp of potatoes, tiiat were very roasting under the em- bers, and which Tom, wild his pine stick pokur sour, liberated fioiu their athy cou- iinoment, pinching them now and then with his lingers, especially tlie big ones, to whether they were done or not. Then having cleaned then; of the ashes, from tha service. General Marion was stature of the his own. "Well, but we want one for our Esther. "Let our friends come and sec not to hear n piano." exchiitncd the husband. "Hut. every body has a piano now-a days we don t go anywhere with- out seeing a piano." persisted the wife. yet 1 don't know what we want one for you will uo time to play on one. ami I don't want, to hear it they arc so'fashionablc I think our room looks nearly naked without one." think :t looks just, right "T think it looks vury naked we want a piano .shockingly." protested Esther, em- phatically The huslnnd rocked violently. lamp .smoke-3, my lie said aftei- a long pause. tire you going to get an ast.ral was brought up us near to i-uurise ho could get without burning, and where Iht- woods were so thick tho moon conld'ut rise without help." He stands sis feet j two natural, six foot six when he stretches up. His breadth is not ijuite iu i you 7 got into uhdt in- fernal man-trap 1 h; re, I boll id the dftftr, and thon it -owe (inn- to M'TOW Hit my iMumpo: I kin ,v it was all fired cold, ami M) I 1 would bring Jowu tht- shower a little at a lime. yuu I pi.Sled tlic it- -kinJi-r nbout an in.'ii at nneo. I had my .shoulders drawn up. my down, my eyes nnd teclh trln-u kersouse a wliolo ocean of Uv-water. 1 mailc one jump, ami over wei I the macliine Ker from inltyftntnwl Ihr Ki'lisiinis atftin. mi'il ih.it .Uior ilic pnlilirMioit proportion, although lua bones were jtut-1 of ilie figures ot'the in New ten up for a giant. Had they been fairly shtre outfit- nt the Conttitutiftn( covered with flesh, he would have been in- whirli ligmcs slims s a uv.-.i-niiy valuable to Barnum. The truth is, Tom abolishing the trM n. the strong   low. His vis- age was net pleasing, and his manners not captivating. He was reserved and silent, entering iuto conversation only -when ne- cessary, aud then with modesty and good sense. He possessed a strong mind, improved by its own reflections and observations, not by books, or travel. Ilia dress was like Us address: plain, regarding comfort! "Ihese lamps are the prettiest of and decency only Iu bis meals he was j klml I e''cr were bought in iibstcmious. eating generally of one dish, f have to'.d you a dozen times how we needed .said ISsther, pettishly. are very prolty lamps I ucver can seo by an astral said the hus- th breath and them with the sleeve partly by biowinr jiarlly by brtt -iin   command, possesses .1 viituous heart, a strong head, and a miuj devoted to tho common good After the war the general married, but had no issue. Gou Marion died February, 1S05, leav- ing behind him an indisputable title to the first rank among the patriots and soldiers of the revolution. George. I do not think our room is comijlcto without an astral said Kvtlior, sharply, "they are so fashionable! Why, the Morgans, and Millers, and Thornes all have them; I am sure we ought to." very lean indeed, and his leanness an- noyed him exceedingly, his clothes would bo open at the elbows anil knees in half tbe time his fatter full >ws. and Twin rowed to get fat if only for the .sike uf economy Some kind friend recommended the gym- nasium as likely to be benelieial. and Tom enrolled himself at WieriJan's. ]t was there I first met him and a right jiood fel- low, with plenty of fun within him. In- proved to be. in Fpito of his unpronii.-injr exterior Among the was conspicuous, not only fw bis in all athletic feats, but also fur his beautiful, compact form, and superabundant muscle. When liu '-peeleii." his arms and looked Miiooth as a womanV. and jet as muscular as those uf a '-pocki t Hercules our friend Tern envied the Dnclor Many itiil he put to him ab.nit regimen exercise and their cIVects in producing iksh upon tho human frame The Doctor attributed this redumlain-y to plenty of exercise, plenty to eat. and abovo all, to the xiaity use of :x shower bath. said Tom. day. with his in- imitable drawl. 'I'm sure I've shinned up and down thi-se l.iddeis lung oiioniib as fur eating, 'laint to man can cat eninu IL' expected that uin1 to fatten such an all- lired skeleton :is mine wi--h 1 may be darned if I don't try that shower bath yon tel! me so mnoh about, As Tom and 1 wore as thiel: as (wo thin men could be. 1 volunteered to show him where ho could get o, e in s-hort orde.r accordingly started for the I'niled Slates hotel, then called Texas lit tiio basement story of thin house was a large number of lialhing rooms, litti.d uji with hot, cold, and shower balhs The laller were very temporary wnodeii boxes, stand- ing on end.with duors bulling m: the ins.di.. and a very capacious showering appatatiis- ougiit to if we t ike pattern by other people's I don't sea any reason for that." The hut-band uneasily iu his iu the tor i chair. went in to take a warm balh. want lo live as well as others said R-'her. want to live within our means. Either, exchvimed (Jeorge. "I am sura we can att'urd it as well as the Morgans and Millers, und many others Izbcg Murriajeii. Men here sell their wives if they get tired of them. This is by no means un- common but the man !s obliged to make tho first offer of her to her family, naming i know, always command coi ceits. T the pr.eo. which, if they do uotg'.vc, he is t nnkirg how drnllj srmio nt my bioth- at liberty t.o .suli her to any one else. On till look, n' them sneli or.r government bill of fare :i.i ,r i i-- I ''I'll. r.mi uiuiinru.il of a "company in tlm first corps. ,.i m: m uin kst.ltc Of Carolina. I Hi" .ii nt j-i-iii llll-ini a I Mr. cnliB mil' llllh'1'l.uul, I', "-J i fit 'fun-. rt'n by ri-lilrti IK! a pn-llMil ,il ITe wa-, no) afterwards promoted to a irajcriry. and served iu that rank under in intrepid def-.'tice r cent of I'crt ai'ainst the cuinbincd at- i I in a had box you stand it. Ii -.in' til i IU nUuli. LIU i1 ,v i rk, C: Mil liion, of rir Henry CJlinton and Sir Honry I'.irkci. n tiio of June. 1770. He was i aflerwanU plawil at the i mont as 1 e colonel commandant, j in .ipaoiu he sirved dining the ijiiegeof when, having frao- tared hi- h by some accident, he became oi military duty. and. fortnn-! file his feelings to a sohlier's hie on the iiuatli of a man his wives all become the property of hi, next brother, who may marry them or them, giving them the pro-option as before, to their own families. J'liidid. a Ciibolec Attari. to whom T spoke of the custom nf selling wivos. which I did not entirely '-I'll tell youwlint happened to myaelf. I was one day re- turning from Knauabad, and being over- taken by dnrknrss. halted for the night at Tin-nab, three ko-'i short of this. After feeding my hotve, and going to the house probably what )ou lose in meal you make I for shelter, T lound three men busily cn- up in malt, though ntinlud in 'gaged; and, iri'jniring the subject ofthcir j'ou draw noble :l 'conversation, was told that one of them a cent sir.'' said .Marion "not a .was selling his wifj to the other but that J they bad not agreed about the terras. and earth then jo'.t nuiitbe Meantime, Ivhuda Berdi Ming, liaslii and tijin-e replied Marlon, "it is not i al to ti.fir ,--i.yle ot dining' quoth tlu: officer, "arc! I linn imagine, .S one (ifyour aocidontal lent a sort of inn fn com- mon'iio doubt ynu live a urctit deal bettor ansncrod tho general, for often wo don't "el tnongh of n joined the dfliecr; ''but i dou't toe gencr.il, liojv head of a rcgi-! sir." replied Marion, with n smile of-self-approbation, "tlics'-o things depend on feeling." The- Knglishman said, "lie did not be- lieve it would be an matter to rccon- flll I JOHN 1 t-; w (-.noivii lloil'-i' h.ia 1', i- ir-, b. Llio i ittu iv ill spftri il In r. lull-run- il i mil lip.i In n-t'iiiiri- tiiHi.ilm'i! A H 10 l l liir II ti-nn uulilBi'i et tliv d tho ri-p- iJlirn iji: ull personal safety with thoir a youth would think it hard to indenture adherents! in the adjoining Do-' a slave for fourteen years But chief of the villaac. came in find whispered to mo. that it' I could go halves with him. he would purchase the as be bad seen her, anil fi mid her very beautiful. T agreed, upon which we purchased her for seventy morn ing. Khuda I might do not wish to ap- pear mean. George's cheek crimsoned "Mean I am not he cried an- grily :-Thcn we do not wish to appear so." said the wife. "To complete this room, and make it look as other people's, we want a piano and an lamp." want I" muttered the husband, "there is no satisfying a woman's wants, do what you and he abruptly left the room. How main husbands arc in a similar many bousas and bus- bauds are rendered uueomt'ort.ilile by tbo constant dissatisfaction of a wife with pre- sent and present provisions? How many bright prospects for business ei'ded in bankruptcy ar.d ruin, in or- der to sati.ify this secret hankering after f.tsbiom'ble necessaries? Could the real caj.sc of many a failure be made known, it would be found to result from useless ex- penditures to answer tiic demands of fashion, aud, what will people think.' n-ifo h.is made my fortune." said a while Tom made ready fir his cold one in the other room. As the partitions were thin, I overloaij him f-oiuc- thing after this sort. now, that upright i-uflin. will-, holes in the lioltom ami in tin; !np may pass for a shower balb here, but 1 pucss if we liad it down ea-t, 'twouldn't be long afore we bad it sot fur eels ISlnst the thing, wonder how it works. Her.'1, you Sukcy. Sally, what's your name.' call- ing the servant girl, 'jn.it come here, and show me bow the ciittor vorks. 1 don't see no shower :Oh. my cried the 'don't j on know how? Why. itn casj enough. You pull this c'rc string, and [guess you will fee a shower, and fee! it Ion.' Tom, who stood out.-i le. catight hnld of the string, and before thepirl could inter- towns, :IIH' a tUiii.j; >tv in f.ivoi in whig towns, (ho ealmi'iiy uslctt hy Mr. tlic that the I ijjo li.ul leiurJ (In1 ,ihp- tilion of Ilie ml, w milJ Jliiul, llui ttie i-tVti'UU-rj- of this i di-iiii'iTJUi' 1-- i  il, Ilie I'ul lowing .is-eilmn I Mil llio tiliHruflrll uf 1 in llie St Uf IK. liliiiiliTl-il tin- i luijic of milking .1 K-I parly thai winilil e.iiry lin- n H eanie I from tin- liai'iU i-l'ilir t 'inn I'ntii u wii'iont llu' pr.uy ii.ivin; a small in nnnty in 1 Sia'i> over tlie'eoinljii i-ii lerces ol' lln- wlnys j .llui n'.li.i I Wn'ioi.t Siiij rom.1.1 nf mir we lo this- u'-'.'.'i -i, tho I'nlli'uiiiii anil ilnl >y aiii-ihrr sliiri' ni.iii, for il.c (''ii.-.iijii Tin- vulp llie w Dii ilic "I the i lei-u ni. in M.itoli, H.jj. Tin' von- on ll e VIMS ,N iy-  'J.H I- "i -I''1' Ti.i' v1- '1Vi'r i tlu> t'.niiiilii-. "'Ui ,1 I'n ni l-nlii Ill I'm Mlti .K-i'iH.i "I lljfhUls inn--, ll i' l.-ijh MI.II. I il It-l-lli- iny llie li '1 he ('HIM uii-in n i! Ap'il 10, IS.'jJ, ty ni-rive. n, ainl i-niint ll" vde< "ivi'll nil (In1 I'lnt --IlI'Mll'll il lo Ilic f inijile I'm ll i ir I'.IM-I-II .1. ai.il In il" ami u.m-.- ill'l ,-ui-ll olhi I liiliue- M'yiil Ii'-' iU i ll H'LLlllJl-ll 1 i M.-Mull ll'll IW'I anil MiUmlie'l ih.ee .U-. Vi> the wunlft us" "'J> MUI01.S fc Mltl-T. C. 1C, 1-J1. UY J. I1CKSARO, iKUS Wit. 1-v.u-in -n -ILTI-I! M nneurc Iho vrl iif ai il clhorii who mnywtie [-.i-l-l. Hi, IS'.I.J ty, He manufactured during the he has endured in his business world to lights of home: condition of! witU liii silt conclics; not-his host of ex- year and has now in process of man- The common weal cisemon. and tas-catlicrcrs. insulting and ufaetnre. about 14.000 lbn. We were i surround you with tlie a _ shown a'specimcn of the article prepared be ica-ly toco-operato cheer- fully with him in so arranging your cx- pcnsci, that his mind will not be constant- ly harrassod with fears, lest family expen- ditures m.iy encroach upon public pay jumping from Tom's supr-r-htnna-i euorth to relieve himself. We rolled ii over, ih" door flew open, and out I unUed d.c tiio.it amazing mass of arm5, and ever presented ti> the astuin.-hiiig -it human eves moment fri- en to Tlic otlicur replied, thrt both as a man diiiieult course and a lie subscribe ,1-1 he itself to this bappv state of things F r. 11IH iVIl I III iTHW AMI IH I, H..I! Ax <'v, W i. i AMI M I: Dvr.il I oi I li p-nnial  o Journal tticrcnnon re- ni; di; JlO riiSM J "ami .-K-ling for all around him than keep aloof H.ulowmc, in the luxuries i ,is he did tVu- iiimsclf, he risked the lives I of Solomon. 1'cr now. sir, I wnlk the soil of his when it was that me mr hirlh, niul oxtill in XI-NOV nrospevUv. nor dopres-, lUyu-ht. llui 1 auiuut unworthy o! it We think it v.-ould be niorf. appropriate with an air from the northwest, CLlitleii on the Inland sea." York Tribune chronicles t _ I j j-.u ult. of fashion, Do not let the A.'s and B.'s decide what you must have, neither let them bold the string of your purse. You know best what you can and ought tn then decide, with a striek inte- grity, according to your means. Let not the ccuiuie or the approval of the world ever tempi you to buy what you hardly think you can afford It matters little what pooplc (.biok. provided you arc true lo and family. Wo rolled tiieti'jur in lUllc ohuil. convulsions Turn r.iiscJ himself up happy in hi" fancied escape to be vcrv rv at us, yet evidently trying lo assume .some dignity. Dignity fiom such a ufc an'l iu such a jdighl We roared the louder, and Tom. Gudiup it was no nyr joined in the chorun, until we were obliged to stop from sheer He then, having garintnts of Low it hubticj on a p-irtof his r-uv repeated Dover. -17'.' '.'.'ll Urnjildti, Snm'r.w'lh, l-'i ,'l'i I'M) I i 1 i mleii ni (I I .M.irlt) i'J I v, '-1 J 'Troy. .''I j d il.i; my I1-''1' I Tilt! alioM1 tuuil- .11'' n-p'l-eli'if! hy .11 i -J Druii i .11 i! ''He n, I r-lillll, il t.i .1 -I 1.1.1IIM f.ljli'il I'l 1 i-l M u, !i. I'1 K'-'PH liy i -mil nne Vnpi t-lecl< -I I i-r.u--. llie mill1! .lien. tic- nig Tim I .iliuve (.inns ni illy maj'HHy jajj.un-l .M.ntiii. ili np-i'i il. tut riiui. "in! j vuli: less Ui.in the m.ij HI y for Mri! .1 g out llin 1 'I I.e HI i-iatie luwi.ii vuti il un the a-- H NII'-' No1-. 1 17 I li'D flu -lie.ti'i, .'I Ni H :n W.. in r. 'Ji I Mil -bmniijli, Ifl IOI i N. Diir'i.Hii., :l Hi iMi In e.i, I Alton, '.M 1 I.' i 1 'H i HitiiMr-il, rr.-i.f.iuii, U fit 1 -'1 -''III Hill. 'J HI i AllMiiy. -J i n l-.i I'll-'. j fi V. n iNn.fU, 'J fi; 'Jl I 10 I'.et In, .'l'i l.imil< n'. -1 1-0 M.I1'.. lOiibuTn, o H'1} i I Tlir .ili'ivo towi IVB I ,'i7 Uei: i er.ilii-'lJ' i aii'l mil I, KIVP Mnr- l un. rat, Ijiuciiiiir, -J.-jd-i iii.ij-ji My. iHTiln- Iiu: .it-il I'm "'.tin) il.u.-j .mil M-l il.r I'i  On l.lijf ai.il ul -.Imii il" i1- v' lj II!   

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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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