Chatsworth Tidbits


The first time the train was used as a logo-September 1881
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This page contains links to little tidbits of Chatsworth news , taken from various old newspapers that I have and items I have found on the web.

Some are news, some are just tidbits. Not news, but maybe something that might help someone doing family research.

I hope that you enjoy this page! And check back as I will be adding new tidbits as I find them.

Each group of tidbits will be dated by the year of the paper that they are taken from, so look for the ones you have not read. 


Newspapers and periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879

 By Frank William Scott, Edmund Janes James

Palladium, 1871 (?): George Torrance, editor and publisher.

Plaindealer, 1873 (?): Established by E. M. Harte, editor,

C. B. Holmes, publisher; John Jackson, editor, John Culver and
Company, publishers, 1876; R. M. Spurgin, 1877-1880; James

A. Smith, 1882 (?). U


  Tidbits from the Chatsworth Plaindealer   


1887 Tidbits


1913 Tidbits


1968 Tidbits 


1990 Tidbits

 Tidbits from All Papers

Tidbits From Other Papers

Tidbits From Other Papers 2

Other Tidbits 

Tidbits 2004-2005


Tidbits 2006-2007


Tidbits 2008-2009

Tidbits 2010

Tidbits 2011

Tidbits 2012-2013-2014

Tidbits 2015-2017

Tidbits from The Blade

Looking Back 

Tidbits 2008-2009

Tidbits 2010-2017

 Found News Treasures

Articles donated to this site or found online.    


News Articles Picture Album


Read Newspaper Articles about the Chatsworth Wreck here

The Great Chatsworth Train Wreck