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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  yoLllME 29.  ALTON, ILL., Fill DAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21. 1890.  NO. 21 JI  hit\7n nnri WEID PDOinp  III [Mi run ll1MIUim>  Three Murderers Executed Pennsylvania.  in  THE ROPE SNAPS IN ONE CA9E.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium  ALTON, ILL.  nu KNOB announces that he has established In a building purchased for the DB. ktiuct ai    purpose h SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases nan tx* managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  at intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse  oars and is near the Union Depot.    ..    .  Tile building Is large, and arrangements are as perfect as Is possible from s knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all Its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches. Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be MH«d by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Fo, Hun Battu and exercise In cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily tpersonal attention.  Now Open  POR THE RECEPTION Of PATIENTS.  For further informatioi address Dr. ENOS it tho SANI f ARU.N, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  ll. A. HOFFMANN,  100-102 Has! Second xt. (   soul AGK!* rs ro*  Cook Blo Yen  EX*  Hi  Fireltiicks Warranted to Laet Five Years.  “QUICK MEAL," GASOLINE STOVES. Etojkf,Gaiter,*^,SpmAmfoi tj°«' iv,*,     IM*.!!-  Murderer* SrhiNip mill Cole Fay tit* Kl* train# Fen,(tty ut Philadelphia and a Sheriff Hutigles the Hanging of William llopklm. at Mellefonte, Fa.— HrlefMtorjr of Their Crime. The ( alveolar of Law* loMMOMa  i’ll I L.A OKI.nu a, Reb. XI.—Moboop and (’ole were hanged tog. thor In Mojrajuouelng priO'ti Thar* lay Horning. The drop foil a1 IOi04. Bcbnop spent the night anoonplain* bigly; he slept calmly and peacefully for tis hours, and when nwnlte he (titan <d earnestly to Ute word* of comfort that twin.' from tho devout lips of Mr. Bcbroeder, his spiritual adviser He read a religious hook at intervals and ate frequently ami with evident relish. He was very calm, hut his apathy seemed to take the form of a trance, or as lf bo were uniter tin- influence of opium, tole • afoul most of hU time in prayer A* S o’clock in the morning he took the sacrament and afterward meditate! with the priest, aho has so amiduou»Iy attended bim through the dread ordeal His hr tilers. Frank and JHOMB, name to Die |«rison earlv in th* morning, and an affecting farewell was the r.-sult This trying moment was the turning point as to whether his weak onadttkm would cause Lira to make a scene. Hs broke down and orled bitterly for a few minutes and then quickly recovered his firmness, Continuing calm and apparently oool until ho died.  Starr of Their Crime*.  The crimes of both men were pre meditated and carried out in cold blood. bi*hoop’* wa* esp*'tally atrooiona < in Doc.  17, IWK some buys playing In Fairmount park found th* .,Uu»«uib«*red remains of man tied up in two bags, hidden away In a section of water pipe. Tbe<Uiin* wa* tinnily traced to Hebo. p. who was a baker at IS id Cadwallader street Rebilling wa-* his a#*l*-tnut Scboop acknowledged bis guilt, saying that on Cbitetma* morning be had knocked Hcbliiing down with his Ast during a quarrel. Supposing him Awl hi struck him with a ba chat to mak- the job ms He then cut the body up, an I, o .Braying It In hi* wag n to tile park dur lug tike night, plaoeii it were It wa* found by the boys. Bchoop’s trial developed th# fact that he bad not quarrel with bl* victim, but bad deliberately murdered Schilling in order to obtain WOO which tike latter bad saved up. IcboOfk wife wa* im-ptiouted in the crime, aha having urged him ti* it* oouuuteflon, but abe I*.came insane before she could lo tried, and is now co.iftnwJ iu the state luana*- hospital at Norristown.  Murdered MU Root*mat*.  Cole's crime wa* th* killing of Mc Aliister, bis roommate. They hail been on l<a*i terms far mm Mw previous to th* tragedy, tile former charging th.- latter with having emend him to lose hie employment. Tiki* was shown on the trial to have been a fake I lipreadou, Cole’s lues of empk*ynient bar-tog bask due to bk intemperate and dissolute balau. MoAUlster, on th* contrary, wa* a young man of good character and moat excellent habits. On th* morning of the murder Cole drank conal lira bk* liquor, and bu mind becoming inflamed against hi* roommate be resolved, as be afterward said rn a on i Lea ton, to kill him. Mf AlHitof, who worked at night, was asleep, an*! 0«>le, arming himeelf with a hatchet, crept nneeWesly up-stair* aiel d*ait t ie limping nun a stunning l*h»w with the b stdmt, I lawing It up with a number of o tMis, chopping bt* victim’s band in a ck lug mat . nor    Both men were promptly  eon vie ted of their crime*, and while aaait-uig execution t-oth professed (Christi*ntty. Ode** spiritual adviser having been the Rev. Father Mart IM of the Church of the An uuncktton. Brhoop rueeiv.-ai lit-. tel Ig Warn c insolation from the Rev. Otto 8chro>«l#r of the Lutheran church.  calvin# t x* verdict tbs court overruled motion (or arrest of judgment and seutenoed Mela lira id to to,prison meat at bani labor for life.  Might Kvtdenee Against Hell.  Lkhanoir, kid., Fetx. MI.—Mrs. Randall, wboee assassination wa* attempted on last Monday evening while attending a prayer meeting, k yet alive but in a very critical condition. Samuel Bell, ber soninlaw, wee afreeted for the deed, and hia preliminary trial we* he'd before ’Squire Johnson but the justice decided that there was not evi lense sufficient to justify th* holding of th# a*-cueet However, new evidence bas been discovered and Be I will be arrased. Only a few weeks ago Mr. Randall wa* abut at by ht« aon-in-aw and narrowly escaped being | killed Bell, it Is mid, bes mad- neeaarous threats that he would kill th* whole family befare ho started for the west, which we* to have been in a few daya  • Til imp wm nv  a lMIn  LU ID  MI ll UllLDO I’ AIU.  The Great Oritorial Contest Opened in the House.  CANDLER STARTS THE DEBATE.  Hank Wrecker* Flared lieder Arrest.  New Yoxx, Feb XL—Shortly after noon Thursday Inspector Byrne* and two detectives brought to the district attorney’s office Charier R. Wa!lack, Jam * K Blnitnen* and George H. Fell, each of whom were charged with lure ny in th# Aret degree iu looting the Sixth national, Lenox and Equitable bulks Thew indictments are the outcome o> the invmtigatioti made within ti* last few nays They were taken befur* Judge Mar-tine, in th* court of general masiana. who fixed bali at IAI MIO hi each (mea Kx-Jtslge Donohue and A ll. Cardo* appeared for the prisoner*.  A Teetkfel Murderer.  Coli*MM'*, Ind., Feb. VI.—A* Hup*, In this county, Warrau Bloom and Warren Adkins, each Iii year* old, played truant, went ti* a wood near by, and played cards.  The Opponents Ie the acharne Begin a Wrangle Over the Way Time for Dfe-r ti salon I* Alloted—Mew Verb F«t* Forth Poor kpenkers to t'rge Her Cl at sn a fee the Pole— Me**r». HUI nnd Adam* Advocate Ka ravelly for Chicago.  Wa* hi son >x emf, Fait. XI.—la antieipti-ttm af the world's (sir debate in the house Tbnreday tho galter.es were crowd*d wheo besin*** Leg an. After th* reading and ap-proviug of th* journal an-l the transect too of tom* routine bushi*** Candler, chairman of the committee, took the floor for prelim inary remark* concerning the division of time for Hie debate among th* advocate* of th» differ nt clitia. Bynum made the point of order that, a* the measure contemplated fl»« ap propel a I Ion of money, it must first be considered tot oom-mitte* of th* whole. The speaker said it was generally uacterMuud when sp vial order* woe* taken up U wa* un tm; leary to go Int* aomtnlttee of the whole. Candier then stated that it wa* proposed that th* chairman of the committee should first be given an hour to explain the project, then each of th* lour cities which were to be heard should has* aa bour each, then the oppotiltMl have aa hour, and that the same aria af ament*  This boing  Building Lots for Sale.  Comer Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higliland. Paris..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Heatming engaged in a quarrel ever th* re- prevail In nu tartan.* Bridal suite of Lh* game, young Bloom took asia- , thus disposed of Kilgore of Texas raised th*  tol frow bk |tuck*t and shot Adkina Th* question of consideration, which wa* reoog-hall Mitered just below the right eye, rang- ai rod The question wa* put tog upward, and can not be reached by th* , cerried by WH to IL Kl gore then attending physician.  to a vote and  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED*-  Bi tie Boob Citizens of Alton I  and Vicinity aid  Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Mbs  Ll  THE ROPE BROKE.  Th*  To remain with the Good    ',!'!*  Vicinity “FOR LO!” these'Many V ears arui Inaugurating a Hyutem of Mina 11 I lont, an Sharp ('oui inuit Ion. Ile it therefor.',  , RESOLVED, That we. Consult our Own  interests, when In New! .“ f  .SftVa,imvr CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING and DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BK IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That in order to keep hid KO* AL ISI awhile longer we all of us agree to send our Nttgltbora to A. IHLI >KBK AND, for all their Good Good* at LOW that a Copy of tbia be Motto THE GI/OBK.  Itll ut WM  PRICES, *nd  CITY OF ALTON AND SODOMA  Committee.  Execution of a Murderer at Hell#* fente, Pa, Bungled.  BatxxroMTB, Pa, Bsh. JIL—William Seely Hopkins we* banged her* Th ara lay morning for th* murder of bk wife and mothering,, Th* drop MI at 10:14, but th* rope broke and the man wa* again fastened up The second tim# the drop fell micecssfully at 10:1(11  Left th# World Without an Kearny.  Hopkins rue* about 4 o'clock and ate hon rtf In oakfaat He then spent several hour* with his spiritual adviser In prayer At IO o'clock be ealketi to th* fallow* where tie in I nkl «rs again knelt to prayer. Hopkins then louie farewell U. hi* friends and * ud: *1 leave this world without an enemy f arewell all "  After shaking band* with th.ee on the mf fold aud thanking th# sheriff fur hk kind tr«aUu**nt Hopkinsstepped u<*U«*r th* nouaa, whieh wa* quick J adjusted, the bkck rap was drawn and al Kid* the trap ess s|ruug. Hopkins ill jai xt IO AS and th# usly wa* pet down shortly afterward  HE WAS A SMOOTH RASCAL.  How atfelet Mss We*kart the Mercheat* al lira Melee*. Iowa.  Dis noises, low*, Feb SH.—Frank Ray-mond a quiet, unassuming man of 46 or OO yanr* bt age, cent* tit De* Mel wa from Hloux City about three week* ago. He told el his grocery ab re in th- ktt.r town, which h* had left in charge of bk piou* wife, and rented a room on Walnut street, announcing hk intention to go Into busine* here He told a piaudb.e art-TV about tin* goodie** of hi* wife, attr-u Iud * I th*- church wxlabtiw. and an-.jciated himself with the tm mL*rs of several chorei, w. He bomi to one mat: and purchaesl • harm fur 11J6, ti* I* paid for after the arrival of bk gmak from Si ait City; to another and negotiated for and a#-cured a aet of uanuv# valo«»l at FAV and sundries worth lift; to Mill another and bought a f76 l.uggy: and to a tival aaa Mf*, which add him a H W pbseto*. Heetm-tra< tot nun rout other 1411*, ail un the s’rength of hk hour*' uounU-uanee, and now be k gone no on# koowa whither.  MeDoweld kslrsod I# Fr»•**«.  KanQi*hts, Mich., Feb. IL—Th»* court  r o<*n wa* erawd*d Wednemtey, aa the public wa* aware that the McDonald murder cace would reach the jury. General internet was a ruttiest by th# novelty of the defense— w.mnambolkm—rather than th* atrocity of ti * crim-* or the revert a ttoti of tie. partke concern d Franccutlng Attern-) Hair# mad.* th# Anal sun.ming up In ebarging the jury the judfr iptiructed that a normal fnahtios of ndnd m .*t I** pranunsd uiika, the .ontrary bad Iwra o«4abU*hed. I he ue# of a deadly w-apou implied in*, ic*. Tie* jurors retired at ItsflDand were out ae# hour. An agr* -mmt en. rwdid on the fourth ballot. Thsor verdict wa* guilty of mar h r u» th# first degree. IsmmdiMely after ie  Alktus k  but has not regained conseiir md expected to recover.  That Latest Create Kusp#ct.  Chic Alto, Fab. XL —J. B. Kelly, th* mea suspected of being “liasith,'* who tosh Dr.  C roo to tram home th* evening of Mgy A ar. nv-d from tit. Louts Wednewiay rvming in charge of Lieut ‘ lark and DMmGv** Thomas and Collin*. He wa* taken ti* the office cf the chief of polk**, where Mrs T. T. Conklin and Frank Bosnian mw him. Both agre* in saying Kelly I* not th* man who drove the white bora* from Dr. Cr-«in’* rem blanca ti* th* Cartoon cottage Th* polka have r deaecd him from custody.  have-** Hteler* Saslaaasd.  iiALTiU' irk. Md, Feb. XI.—Th# Nev erne rioters eoavieted of murder, George 8. Key, Henry Jones and Rd ward Hnuth, were 1bun*lay morning »Hit#no*d to be banged on March fa. The fourteen other man ion-1 airted of manslaughter were •enteoced ta b rat of imprisonment at th* Allaay, lf. Y., pMUtentiary, ranging from two ti* leu yeora Twenty-three ..there war* MtitNmi to the Maryland bouse of rwrrecWon* for  rioting.    _  Aa Fob (sassier A eve* I #4.  Dxtroit, F*i» XI.—Martin Brookman, who wa* a member of the hoard having charge of the building of a new infirmary In OBetons ti about four year* ago, and who fled to Canada while under ball <«i a charge -if em-braxlement, was captured by tin* p4ic# lur". He bas (wen kaepihg a grocery in Wtedeur, but wbik intoxicated he cause ort*- lo Detroit and wa* arrested by d#tuctiv*a who have I wen watching for him,  A Ten*li Gets HU Desert*. Nearly.  Brarrox, F«h. "JI —At Fast l'rovlduooe Center, R. L, very, a tough Charenton named Jo* Corbett, entered th* paetoflloe and threatened to kill tbs I nit aunter. The amist ant )i#«tmn*t*r, Oliver Med bury, warned Corbett, but no attention wa* paid to hun, and be then toot Corbett In th* ski# Madbury gave himself up. Corbett will recover.  Duns I**ed from Custody.  Hi Ka i a u a am, Aln, Feb. ti.—John Wylie, who wa* arraigned Wednesday <* th* charge of killing Mrs Emma Howe* and little daughter Iran#, wa* dkrsCad far lack of cvtdasko* to warrant Modlag ov«w. Hie ar reek wws baaed on Hawes’ sn railed funfae-  Over KHI lloiiseH and Lota parti* of tho city. Call and  Dorsei k Moi, SIO  in  see  different  list.  ■evanaagk N#t Guilty.  CBICAOO. Feb. XI -At the O) wa tog af th# trial of the alleged Jury brl (awe, cr fay lintier a* It k now, Thursday menskg, Judge VI a tow man, with the lory ha th •rate, ord#red thai a verdict at not guilty tutored ms th* reoord a* to Karanaugh.  still alive, \ point on no quorum voting, but the chair aud Is overruled th* po lot  A State maut by th* Speaker. Considerable dkcumton ensued a* to the proponed arrangenumt, when th* specter said the subject comprised two dkcnsmoaa first, whether there should be a fair, and, second, where it should be beld, aud Upon the first point the bouse touuld be fully informed. The debate toooLl be held with a view to that and. Candier tbeu bugan bk remark*, saying til# bill prop.ee.I that than should tm rn World’s lair in IBM under a commimlon ap po to ted fur the purpose, and following with an outline of it* scope F reseating Hew lurk’* Clat ma Flower of Hew York, ofmn-d tin- dto-uatom for tim metropolis fie said that in HW Oo-1 uinbos revealed to mankind a new world and awakened from th* rap.** of ran tar to* a mighty csihtinetil whers tis# germ of a new cl vt iieis ti on ha* quM*k*(M*d to th* puke twat of a jiowerful ms m U wa* appropriate, therefor*., that the pmpie of tike Lotted Bleu* to*>uId oekbrate In DGX, th* enntver-aary at thk, th* greatest maritime event in the I is tory of the world. He -aid be bettered the selection of Hew York a* the site for the fair amant the greatest puestbto sucoee* In thk undertaking New York would sam me the rasp..risibility to finance the fair and make it a »ii rases II* dwelt u|sm the claim that the sue eses at th# fair deywuded upon the par licitation of foreign nations, and said that Cbteugo, fit Louis and Watotngtau (-..ald not offer prop*r fart ti lira til foreign exhibitor* lersuM of their situ* I vin In eouctu-ste>o, Mr. FVrwerhsW up * teisgram and a anon need that Govwrvinr Hill had signed th* New York world's fair till. (Applause!  Moor* of New Hampshire said that a neighborly fueling tm pc I to I th*- |«uple of New England to supt" rt the claim* of the people of New York On the Attent*-onuat, he said. had hem developed th* fullest type of the flower of our ctvfttiatlon, and thera wu no pine* so fitting for tbs dteplay of that flower as the city of New York.  Overt of Hew York clanned that In none af the anni petting ettte* except New Y ort could ta mea the navies of the world. He thought the gruaraeas of this country could be viewed better nowh-r* eke.  Cummings of New York said that th* fair should b* held to a city cemmenairate with tbs greatness of th* undertaking. Th* a-lection of a site wa* a vital point ■peke far Ctdeaga-IUH of J Ute ok ip*« to favor of Chkagos He aud that Chicago was Bear the swuter of the Lh teed Btatea It ane aooawibk lo th* mtutog ragtime of Penaeyhranla and the graa. agrtioilUiral lait* of the w«to It* ton i.ays WM mound ta st a* anamg American Httes He add that lf the fair wa* beld to New Tort, foreigner* would skip st the gate at th* republic aud turn tach, lf it wa* held in the waat, they would go on and ms the grand opulence of th# tole-rior. Th# kl* al Chicago wa* ready. It would kav* a graal bote to th* Uwamry after Kaw York had ftiutoed t lo-Uug away n xk» for a aft* there. H* held that a very small proportion of th* aUmdniMw at the fair would ta that of foreigner* la runeto-  ALWAYS AHEAD  With Hie aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Sam 3 Price.  The Citizens of Alton and Kxaruine th ewe RIGS. Quality.  and Vicinity are Cordially Invited to Call I am not afraid of an Inspection of their  A. J. HOWELL,  urn 73 (nos ami tuts  IM* 11 Oft TO IR OO-  A Big Ochres* Ie Ftp* I Aaa*.  Fig BLAT, a, Ebb. XL—Th# umvwbmb* of aa indepeadeat syndicate of wsaltily jafdtati lk* has (WM* to light to toto atty, aaanrteg the Gras*tow of a eompssay with to tease  gVi,t*KM«0 behind it far th* «etehUtoaMat of ---_    .    __  pip*, tole* and th# aracttan of linmmse oil rw stem, be mhl that if th* fair wm held Btte ti aer ow in Ftadlay. Lima, I’yguto, fatiphe*. nagw U w aud OfBsr Haiidiitoy This ooropaay ti I oral coal po ted of ta^ltods  ksBMKCtto aud magi) MI-  at Milwaukee, Chi-1 cog*>, and **vs>ral fresn ITtteburg Th# have had anti agents to northw*toerm OW# in | each county, x<dng through th* rwiorda and , finding out tit* ooiiditiori af seep M to It*  I. aa. The re port of lim ag*nfa H ti clanned u rary satkfactory and the in-te l^ndrat (vwaimay hM already begin th* work of orgaidxing thoruugfaly for th* wort  propuaei. __  Yetteg far Member* of th* Metetetoag, Baat.ix Fab JI -Th# rot* ttoag pidlwl throughout the empire for laembers of the rvichstog k pb#«»«mlnally heavy. Ho graal aa* the rust. of voters that hi many to etano-. th* |--Iic.- ofllv-toti found it difflcuit to iusdut#to cud i at th* polk, particularly during th# diur». r bour of tike mealMMtiea A maj»rity of the facb>rt** cl. awl ta permit (Nuployra ta dejstot tlisdr ballote. The antl-asudtie csMmwvativm ara empbeeixlng their dislike at Prof em sr V’lrchow by V(ding tar the Bortoliti randidatea Frtnra Bfamarok drove in a tined wrriaga lo the I* bing booth situ*(sri to Go* 11 (-mmtunis rmtaur ant, and (im asltii bk ballot to farer ut Heir 7. i ll r, I 'onarrvativ* raudUete fur th*  reichvtag.    _____________  awtelded at a aa, hHlAMLHHA, Fob. XI —Mr* IdaVYalker, who wa* a saloon passsviger un thr steamship Brlttib Frine*ra,wnirt arrive’ h-rs Wednae. day fr sn Liverpool, committed sub-id* on the lith tost., by taking an overdo** of laudanum She wm burial to aa the next day. Bb# wa* th# wife id a well know a KogHab bicyclist, aud wa* Si y*ara old It b uDderstood that the wk*!* wa* due to domestic troublea  of  Tired el MI* Mio*tee.  DgVtiOtf. Mich., F b XI —William Ute ingvtooc. Jr., Miatstor Palmer's Iteutenant, r-turred from a vklt to Madrid Wedmw-ky. H* wsys Palmer ti Ural of bk mfa to n k to contr:u—IIH health, aa I U auxi -u* ta return ti. Mi biga* Mr. Livingston* (ormatiy anuottu. * that Palmer will bee candidate for governor to IMto  Aiosns <d IU toe!* sol-1 that lh# |<eopie*f  iToeago had a habit at sie-raediug to wbate ever they nodertaoh. la Kugki-d aud to Fraaee tb* cutooo* axel tradltiora Mi year* cvaioeotrated fad I Goal a ketato Mf# to th* head city id the with as it wm diffused throughout th* CnU* Th* fanner* of the I oiled Bustee rather than th* rem.let.ie of great ctite* held ut thaw hands the destinies of th* r*» pubis# Adam* spoke at th* cjaasopoHtaa rharerte r af the pupuiatkio of Ch tragic ll* referred to th# guaraate* fund si ready rstsad, axel Mid that ai nu at every state to the Caam sis represented aa tb* alasrip IMN) bet No aauss-y would be needed for the dte, aad eera of (be non-y expanded aa th* fair wsmUi go toward th# |araiai»#ut tai pro*emmet of I rn Chicago perk syttesu.  Fr-iseed.ag la the Heeet*.  WaamNuroa ClTT, PW*. XI.—The sestet.-laid add* the alucaltimal tell tem|scarily to JI jcur ttei.atur t handle* « teooloUaa railing for tofurnmti a In regard to the Florida ae salutation. The debate wm ut an ltifUsu metery character. Call end Pass*, making attack* upon to# character of Mw *hmd wan. tUuadora. aad < Im rafter attacking the Kl* gila •mator* 1<« Mefau tag the dead " After an si ten del dtimt* the rw-dutton era# agreed to aud the senate rosin«*1 eonstilsraln>n of the elamsKaaa) IMI, Blair having th* floor  CarasgtT te Hshs# th# Fm-Aaetieue.  W ash mo ma Cmr, Feb. XL—Ktohorto* psaparstiori* are hstog atis at tim Arlteg-kio for a dinner to he given the X6tb tostant by Andrew Oarnegm, ut Mttkhurg, to toe presrtdeut and his rabtnet ara! de togs tm ti. th* Pan-American mngnws, of which body Mr. Carncgl* ti aim a i ,.-iul*-r ftteal menu card* With th > nam • of each guest firs: ra graved and then tduwn to with glass will be ma of the features of tim entertainment. Tkara will b* oovcrs 'nil for fifty p.-rssu  TR ROW AKI DK YOUR KUHL KATRIift ANR INVENT IN  Garland Stoves and Ranges.^  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter s Tools in the City.  Granite and Japanned Ware. A. Ll. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 32.  03  s  O  03  sn  03  C3  03  03  Mb «eC3  H =3 =3 O OO  O  Stpw Yovli I tfaFlti Wtetldii' Ha* Wa  Au a*MT, it V., Fvi* kl -itiwwt Hut bas mg isl th*    iaar    bill.  CO  CO  THE IMPROVED “BVNNER I.AMIV  vs rex above cut It #spec;ally recommended for IlcaiUng, Aewi-igor t*i<- -vtttiia lie* or Po tor ll I* I*- aulu al • • “PP” ‘ r  ‘  1  '• ‘*“ 1  pfUCtic-li ii ooa*lracU»A. »Vs have ti,cm in five different toy # In prte.i# fr nu Ii.5* I., IV*,, «ui<l at the*# I. we expert mr# cl vc ii a. v <• .I!*. I’leu se ask lo •#* tbeui. w<* Will gladly show you lf you w.ra to buy oi not. Pleura reoienitx-r the “HANJ.tot LAMI”* wxt time you ca I at  Hoppe’s China Hall, ■^10 VVeat Third st.   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ 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!

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$9.95

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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:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ 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 155+ 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 155+ 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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