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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28. 1890.  NO. 219  mvu itirat innnniu/m  bounds MuiiARtfi.  Causes Irritation in and Spain.  France  HUGE DRY-DOCK AT GIBRALTAR  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  *. SKM wnoono.* thjthj.hM    .bauta,    porch-#,    ...    ta  BOTH MEDICAL and SUEGIOAL.  in. experience during many yearn haa convinced him that all dUcaaM Mr he managed more auoowwifuHjr in an institution of thus kind, under the euo*tent supervision of the physician, and with the aid of mean* “ot other-« *e at oommAnd, than when the patient® are seen by their medical advisers  ■a intervals of several hoars or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are fre# gem til noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Beoond street horse  •sn. sod is near the Union Depot.    _  The building to large, and arrangement* are as perfect aa la poesibU from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and it* compounds; Bath*,I**"**"* tfssMure. Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa way be required by patients, In addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Bach patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enon, and rtoeh e« hi* daily personal attention.  Now ODen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addreti Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, comer ol George md Third its., Alton, III.  Being Construe*(rd by th# British G«v#«»-inrnt to Hold lt#r Iroaelads—A Tai*# Itrpnrt of Minister Lineal*'* Son's Dr si Ii  Went Out—Br sf sketch of HU Career— Th# Rrwsl list A k sisst th# Uh of Prior# T< rd I nim ti.  IjOndon, Feb. 28 —('otieid.-ruble irritation at prewut exists ail over Hjmiu on *<v« *unt of the large dry dock wk ck Bag laud is buiM-log at Gibraltar. Tbs duck in question will bs of sufficient rapacity to bold Hie largest brunel da in the British Davy. and in Krait** as wall as Hpain indignation, all the more bitter tweauea of the foaling of hopeless Impotence by which it hi accompanied, is fait at this now assertion of England’* unalterable determination to preserve ber dominance in the historic sea that lavas Malta au l Cyprus and is the waterway to ber In-<ii na empire.  Acknowledgement of Spain's Weakness.  The Madrid authorities bars promised to strengthen the Hpaaish work# at Lenin and Tarifa, across the Straits of Gibraltar, Ult even should this ba done it would merely be an acknowledgement of Spain’s weakness upon ber own territory. TUG la felt by every Spaniard, and serves to accentuate the indignation felt throughout th# penlu bu a at England's action. No great cordiality exists between tile Spanish and Portu guess peoples, but the bu dying of tbs latter nation by England has Increased the irritation which will always bs frit by Spaniard* against that arrogant power whish year by year strengthens its bold on the key to tbs Mediterranean  A Humiliating Ceafesslon-la tbs ( bani(mr of deputies at Madrid Senor Moya asked what the government’s in tentions were regarding the construction of the dock. The reply of th# Marquis de Armijo, minister of foreign affair*, was the bu radiating confession that tbs dock w as bein; constructed an territory iweermod by Engle ad sad that Spain could make no moon st rauo* thereto. Senor Moya knew perfectly W'dl what the answer to his quae iou iu the Spanish chamber of deputies would be, but Mw eloquent Republican merely carried out tbs policy inaugurated by Pwtregai, Anar abt, Zori I lo and other* to reinlud Spaniards at every opportunity of the standing shame to the nation of Great Britain's occupation of that stronghold.  • *» a * . « jfcliiiinnk ait    e..«i    ll#l.e*Msk    Im    Ab)  IM    SWM**    MBiio    *«  Jervis, and plundered them. Many af the I tebiUmt* were tortured to death by tile Idi.-ra A battalion of Turkish troops was dispatched to th# ««vne, bot U ta powerless against the marauders.  Getting Ready to Meet tbs CliulcraP  St. i’tmtti’M,    Fib.    SM.—The    Russian  government ta taking vigorous measure# to prevent the spread of cantara toto    th#    em  pire. It to feared that th# reported cvwes-  tiou of chalana In Mesopotamia, lf indeed th# discase has abated toere, to merely temporary.    _  m A/iiDt im It\t4fpi  ti* ai UNUrrail  Business Men Forced Out the High Water.  by  RAILWAY TRACKS COVERED OVER.  building Lots bale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $460  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Blaff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*  f  bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hig^liland Paris..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfroat, all very deep. Prions from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Lord Auckland Is Bead.  I .on is in. FA 28 -Is »rd Aucklaad (William W. Eden) ta dead, aged (HL  ANOTHER REPUBLICAN SEATED.  TD# Hub.. (tattles lh# A«klBsoa-Fea®l#-t«m Contested flr.lNei Case.  WandiNut*im ITTY, Kau -8—-Directly after th# Iran wa ct ion of r utinu morniug basin-** Thursday tbs laoita went to the calendar aad panwd a nunibec of btlta with* oat detiate.  In th* bourn the enefcsAod election rase of Al kine) rn v*. h dlstoa wa# taken up aft. r the r«wdtug of th# Journal. Fsnduwfcai spok* In hi* own I >.‘half.  Th# eof on the minority report ta favor of the sitting member was d#feat#d bv a Grift party voto—yens IGL ttoy* 12®. Ta# vbs waa than taken ca th* inajortt/ import I h* [H mowrats refrained fro*. voting lo order ic •tarry into court th# gusBtkm of th# right vt th# speaker ta coaita a quorum. Bn vote resulted-vees IM, nays S—th# ©water counting a quotum. Amid app learn on th# Repabltaaa ski# th# newly sleeted member (Atkinson! appeared at th* bar of th* house and took the oath of ofTlea  iiuri#d by a Le ads I ta#  "'\mm*Vum. It Y., feta rn -A dtaastroa*  tan (ta I Ute Ocurred ta th* Uttta village of Glasco on th# wee! hank of lh* Hudson, Av# miles (rum this aly. A Urge day tank, which was dug out for trick mariug purposes, caved la and crush#! in Iii. rtwl»n n ts of John Md'artily aad chrlatapter Treaty. Til# louses were completely wreck#! McCarthy# mother. aged SU years, wa* tate* from tte ruins la an ua*v»nariou* rumJUwu aiel Is fatally injured. Tracay’s wife wa* Struck by flying bricks and seriously Injured. Him alae suffend greatly fruia tbs nervous shook causal by th* dtaeelef. and Mi# is la a very oriUoai oondlthm. lim* tar groat, who wa* visiting th# Mt earthy f*a> liy, was atao hurt. Th# damage to property ta about MUM.  MINISTER LINCOLN’S SON.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED'  Dab  By tieM Citizens of Alton ani Vicinity i  I  iii  Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs,  rats# Report af Hi# I»#atk Weal Throughout th# World.  I JORDON, Fait 88—A report wa# scut throughout th# world Wednesday night that Minister Lincoln’* son was duad. AF though very near death’s door he Ie still alive. The report of his death waa prema-ture. Another operation wa# performed upon the atar* as Wednesday night, and white the pat teat was In na anon* ar iou#    condition the report was  circulated. Be passed a reettees night and day, end the physician* In sUsad-acco held oat little bop# He we* 17 years of i|*. Abraham Lincoln, or “Jack as he wm known among bls Intimate*, was town In Chicago in 1*781 He first attended school ttwr. and afterwards In Washington while bbl father wa# in official life I hare. On the return at the family to Chicog# young Ida Oulu beesnic a member of th# University school on Dearborn avenue, continuing there until after hts father came to England Th# youth poaaesaed traits of character that gave great promise rf the future. Universally popular with his companion* be waa a tender in his set, a common exptwafloa among Eta chuma betag: “Whatever ‘Jack’  aayi go a *  Coaid Not Heal lh# W sued.  He was a strong, healthy boy, whose fa Tori ie pastime was playing the national nm#—bas# tmlL His father regretted exceedingly th# neeeeeity of taking the boy from his preparatory studies ta the Chicago University school -Jack" wa* nearly randy to eater Harvard college, and reluctantly accompanied hi# father to England.  split taaprivet# school ta \\»rsatll*n,and October a crbanek appeared on bls shoulder An operation wa# performed and lit an atar##*. which a1 Ga skill of English aud Preach physicians failed to baal.  p#||tleal Prawners lo Siberia.  IsmDOM, reb. a*.-'n* Ruasian minister to England says that while the government will not tams any eftctal denial of the a1 Ured atrocities* committed upon political la Kiterta, Gem. Van Norsk I, the of war, ba# nearly eomptetad a   r , 1T1  i concerning them which will tm  submitted to th# imbue when finished. It te understood thai th* most prominent dante of lh* articles which have created east • prof. uni In.(.na*rn throughout tbs civil lasd world, will bu dented in loin over th. sis im lur. eof oflkwrx ta Siberia, many of wWn are known to be mea of probity and humanity  Preparing for th# l£lgbt*M«*ar Bay.  New Yon*. F-ta SH-The America# Federation of Labor Ie preparing fur tte eight-hour work day May L AU lh# i. »-  Genal, International, control lata .r ani .us and trad*# coancia affiliated with th# leder-atiua ar# aaadwg out clrcutat tetters ask mg I--al unions urn fWtowing qiweiwn# aad requesting aa early reply: “What ta mrs prs vail ta your trad-.f" “VV hat set bm dee* your orgenta-tioo prop.-# the cig bt-ta mr work day May ll win your organisation mju'r* tho financial support of other organ justum# to support ta#  ^ght hour rulcl” A# feet a* rep:tm ar# tweet v#d they will he placed on record aad ta bb* ,tiwpared for Us* different Iradsa  (Tp-Klver Boats I’oabl# to Got t'ad#r th# Newport Brid*# — Heveral Busto#-# Plruis C«mpelted ta Hove Oat ae®  Others Making Preparation, t# I*# >•  —Th# OUI# River N#w Ov#r flftf-ltowr Fret aad MIM Blalug Steadily. Cincinnati, Fab. *8-Th# river cm Un urn to rise steadily. At ll o’clock it had reached fifty-four feet on# luck, flooding ail Iii* | railroad tracks entering th# Oat pal station ton depth of twelve or fourteen teak##. Two feet more will cense a suspension of trait! The steamers Rainbow aad Bra-Iona, both up river bauta, aru tied up at the water worka, unable to get under tho Newport bridge. Ute C. F. Hchmck could not get under the H*apm»k»n if 'tar. and had to abandon tow trip to New Or team. Mo® ai th# IsaMUsnU of Water. l-V-nt sud Hecxmd strate ate flood#.!, sod lite tatewslk, ars ak moot eaUraiy covered with war#* taal have bertin! it nr been avor.d in tbs cedarn (•aa pal led ta M#ve Oat.  The MUI creek hottotus ar# filling ap rapidly and (ha water to but ten feet from the tovid of Eighth enact and the railroad tracks Bebite tai# point th# tracks are submerged, although th# water to not high enough to quench Uw firm of the locomotives. His fir nu ta tbs euuimtoston business on Water steam moved out Thursday morning, and aksny other* la th* txrttoms arc making pre paraUona ta vacate Th# flood waim h»c in undated th# pita of th# Addy stoa 2**1 • works aad the Anchor Iron works at Ne  Band all operations at both mills ha.#  NM ImmGd%J sui  MI I u#t tun at Caving tan aad Elsewhere.  la Uortagtoa th* overflow ha# mad# imjmmbl# tis# I stet walk leadlag to Lwubarg.  At the foot of R del# * r#*»t. Front stemt •oat af th* UusprnehMi bridge, to ImpitateU’c, sud th# water to rapidly reaching lh# dan ger (mini st Walsh # dirillLry A porth a af HetnmgrayY old glam work* to sui-rouaded. At Riptay th# river Is rising two ln< b s lev tonir, and th# bottom buds ar# under eat r. Many famlll-*# have been (XKtiivlkd ta Lave their home# There to muck distress and tftv*t«*> among »ba ,«-oter cass.a. At Huutlugton, Vt Va, tas ricer Is rising three iik'Imsi an hour. At Maysvllta Ky., th# low land- arc flooded and th# ester Is rising two tach## an hour.  THE MEXICAN CATACLYSM,  gtolvcs Invading ta* Tillages,  lllinMir Feb. Av -Th# cold km Intone# la this part of th# country  Kngiaee# Lye a's Body found.  VlNCKNNSA, lad., Feb. SB.- The body of Engineer Lyons wee found Wa tuesday morning under the drive-wheto* of the kvxr motive at th# bottom of Knapp'* <T#ta. Th* remains were sblpp><d to EvaasvtUa Tta ftadiag of a ptew of * body near th# ann# ato<> or. atm I th* luaprsesiou that auoMMW U.AH had tas-u killed, but who it we# eaaaoi he ascertained A pot I loti of 'lie right s.il# of a human body with broken r«he wa# I dr tax. up front a barbed wtr# f«a e bet no othei clew -IWK The WtoW't inquest I* ta program, bot will not be flashed f«w eeveral day*.  (‘berake# Bowsarra AMUKAAN Cirr, Kau-, F#h IR—Cherokee "buMitere" eoatlaae to arrive her# in large numl-nv Tbs teaks of th# Walant rivr from tale civy to th# Indian tonritory with tanto, where they will temporary abode pMfMaf of the bWolw* thrip to   ____Thirteen fain I Us* sr rtofli l>  Wednmdav aad minp They tev* besa F»laed by abate esvea fem: dr. n^re Thew, token together with all I taw# already on ta* greuad, make quit# a formidable array of boutoera  Pas-A im# r Iren CsehrsBri  W aanuiuTuit ITTY, F»h *1 —Tha IW \ iiht toe ii conference 'ave flaally asawpted th# ras^oaGoa of F. O. Herm, of New York, th* Hiteutoh secretory ►> ^  •no#, vbte ne., tom tea bxs h#an leat turn# w to Kine but withdraw* at ta* request of foreign /lciegs tea Tte --wMglte'tan a feeling on th# part of Mr. IVrm that th* Mtary paid him <|«ta a asouth) 11# quote and to fricttoo b*tw#e.» him mwl Vflll tom K Curtis, th# executor* o®oto of  ounfmtot________________________  The ONI# Legtsletara. CoLCtoteta. a, fkb. A-The tauter bone# ut the tagbriteur# pewsrd the bill redkdglctlng tte Gat* for nmgmaional purpmae which wa ikNsl i ion by th* Chaa wrath! ® eu ®' w  A tow saecto I by tte by elater# maksa It a  1  a Ail  Th# teary af ta# Disaster Told ky Pre*p#«tere.  I-K*wort, A T , F#h, ^ -Two pro#  pi .•tors. Most# and Rwbnrt Moore, from the appar VV#taut Oro*# dam, gives tte following particulars of tha tate disaster: They o.HM ap to th# lleseayampa aad pemed a n imbsv el parti## who must ta#vitohly have be#u Lost Friday morning tte water in tte durn wee rtatng at til* rata of eighteen tortes aa bour. with ell tte sluice* open. HupHriatead -ut Thomas Brown had fifteen men employe® all day Nest ag out a waste weur way Bespit# the immense volume which went through this lamp th# water nail lneed to rise until 2 o'clock at Bight, Slopped at a Saloon.  When H bogan to pour ovsr ti*. hq> of th# dam la the afternoon tte so peril! undent sent a n.esssngsr to toe taw sr dam ta ti<»Ufy the i.-"pw ita-r# of their danger, lait th# luau stopped st a saloon and. becoming intoxicate I. felled tod# Iver th# aerulag Next morning another ma* B|W was seat, but owing to th# fury of tbs Mona we# over token end drowned Just aa h# neared th# k-wer cam)'. TI*- pr<wpeet«r* ta.1 affecting star un of th# kawof life and the suffering oauend * J lbs I ol  Over IOO IIousoh and Lots in different parts of the city. Cull and seo list.  Doney k Moi, I Dele street  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of Leading in my Lino 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 Same Pries.  The Cilixene of Alton anil Vicinity are Cordially Invited to <JnH and Examine tbeae BUGS. I am not afraid of an InapeeOoft of their Quality.  A.* «T m    HO W/ it ii jJLjhb  tm TOO UNM ANO IU kl  mo* f i $75 OU  . . so taVMte ta this iwrt of th# cuui.try teat     N>     .uka    gauds  To remain with thc Good Peogfe  a }S?'SS ^  Vicinity "FOR LO!’’ theoe Mj u  tm of from flite to  wlOllltvV ••r'lllk. IAJI lllOnv iUiluj  4 v  „    ,    befur#    iheni.    iu  inaugurating a Hyetom of *} l  1  ,,Hll  f . 1 ’!.'“    |S2?l£T*  hharp Comiwtttlou. Bo it thoi-eforo,  th# lradan  RESOLVED, That we (^.uhuU our <»» »  InleroHta, when In Need ,'f wituvi»HiN<J CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING  and DBY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FUBTHER  RESOLVED, That in order to keep    WM*  “while longer we all of us agree to send ®    ,    *    r,nw    PRICES, and  A. HILDEBRAND, for all their Uood Good. at LOW I UH his, an  that a Copy of thin be tent to IHE Cr LOUK.  cMn  with hie tames# brutes. Fart have   dmtraotiun of the  wolves, under the leadership of  presumptive to th# throne.  Ne sa® al In Berlin Bemus, Feb. 28-Emil S#uman, w*U to*, nu lo ai us ions all over tte wand by bis "History af Music," has l«##u nested a charge ef inurd#ring bis too. agj® wsa found hsnging ta » toto aptw-arsuoe of sulcida The atotiv# for the crime ta *U|«po**d tote th# «*u » dtaewr t+f Of hie father’* system*!) wlminai duct with many of hi* pupil#, who b#Umg to  tte im® ta mill**     _  A UMI# Bu ast en ©am# That Fall#®-  VUUNA, TMI 28-It to lesmed apua a»-teority Iwyoed dispute that os s part of tte resent abortive plot agaiu-t the Uf*M® Priito# Kerdtaord. at Sofia, a Russian general ^wee  state ©si *• Boul, at th# oouflu#o<w ® the pruth end the Danube. In B.maraiia. *waR  ann year * iwprieoemeat effect ow and after May I  Tte taw g» # tate  III#.! al By dr# aho kb MKiaUa, Mu-. te-AIfrr® ttartengh.  tte h-year-old aaa of a farmer llvia* i»«ar tere. died ter# brum hydixqjWaa, u.atreote® la a pesaitar bsbow Tte deg fruaa whhh he g(8lte .i'wae# did to* bn# tam, but calf  U. Wed hie eeveraly chapped kaada  died tai terrtWe agoay  Th# key  ta* tho suorrmfut nwult of the noneplrarJ to e«#um«- rte- #u|-r#nie military cwnmaad ta Bulgaria  of ai  Committee.  Jail#® tor Instilling th# Keiser LONDON, Feb. 28-Herr dimmer, editor newspaper puMWied in Breslau, bee been Benton™* to lmpri*«UB«ai tar two years for insulting r#fer#n.*to to rommentmg hi# majesty’s labor re-  •cripta    ...........  ©•Id#® by a'bani***.  ConnyANTUfOriLh, Feb. 28-A tend of AJteaiaae made a dsaecnt upon tte vtllags#  Big Farekae* et (’-aal I aad*  Pm*kl aa. Pa, Feb iB -Tte tote firm of W H. Browa’i H««# tee Jaet ctweuuimated • deal whereby tte firm l^nshe-r. tract of I,ta" ««* •< va in* We «•» Gad tte Yougbtogteay river, paying flirt.MU fur th* ©uua  Kidlessiset ItagMek **rtofc#*u  HNW UaVX-n, Ouna, Fkh. A-flttev-na Jana*. A Koglte - — -with is#-uni- -ala and ii In a iriktol #«©®h turn. He to 7* y tam rf ag*, an® ll ta f< taut te use Biri i es# WL__  A ©Att, too. Oh® Mart gag# Atttaeriae®.  N*w Yoe*. Feb 88 The ©.teihoktesuf th# Elevated reUrutoM •» a Stowing J<  Navel Nail tov Damage*.  Cl in anoa, Oh la, F*>U rn-Abote Ave {perks ago a waul! pox oaae was dl#f»>v#r#d ber# and the boar® of health quarantined all the tomato* rf th# bouw within doors. Mo other aaese devst-vped and there were many rom|datut* from tte Impriemied peottls. iwt th* hoar® maintained etnrt quareatio* til toto weak. Wedasartay dtaime were sen tad to th* cliv ooite-Uw bf tte . quaraaiHwri tor th# amount of rarb par • ais mtory tor tbi ©rn - he he* besa de-mm#I from hts regular o#rutwti.iu Th# ti br lr -sm b •-viral hundred dollera Two question ta a new one. and tte outatan# will h# watched with laterwrt as iwariag apoo tte power rf a hoard rf health to quarantine a teas#    _  (Isleat*** W »rt® Nato tfcetogatlaa.  CBK Ate), Feta UK—The wurkTs fair deta-getkm rvtanwd fnua Weehiagtao Thursday ui> .rn i ug *»»d woe *. sorted a ray ai w#| mxna A rva-pKiW (vmuwiltoe, headed by toe Chiru#** te»iiav# isusl, met tte delegation at South Chic«go bim! came with them tate tho city, wkrra they war* met by a large and etitbuemstoe crowd. At tte eta-tk>n * pine*SNO© wee h»rio#d ae follow*: of pdaa, Chkago Zouave head, tte VOT A’s foil deleg* - bm ami reception earn ma tov, teted rf fifty Chicago suaav^  •I Nbw T#rb. I and, enthusiast* and e tug aiys'ow- Th* pruawsiuB marckad lo tte cot.uctl (ten.Ut. tlty UU. where aa addr.a. #f wtkw' weg®eiiY#rsA  |.tpbtk#rta at Weaw.e, Ilia  WpiB, Ilia, Fe** *8 A boul gnys s^-o it.ph.h*ti* appMarwd to five fatal ta© tees    city aatkuriUm  qiana.ttaed taw lf.l-.Usl teutoM. th* auhte »i tai.h rtewd and ah public s'aihrrUige  l>ro i i bt tad. As a rvau.t th# d •##•** ha#  co«ifltM«l ta tte I a md wa first sfllmted, ami Bo tma .we l ave I#* » rsportad miwmg t,* marl, a sri Five death* ha larrs®. ai Arfwa aader IO year* rf •©►-Rev Mr Wfillaite Mitered daaghtow. (Samuel KwdCk atm, MT Ut lam F*eto«ooY daughtar aa® two rf Mr. HowetIM chii-ilim  THROW AMIDE YOUR FUEL HATERS AVE I WEST IV  (jarland Stoves and Rangdg  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in thafCity.  Granite aad Japanned fare. A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone ti.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  No 109-102 East Hucond et.  (WM a AUK# re PUK  Honitor andSnger ior  Cook  Stoves  pi re boc Us Warranted to Ijunt Five Years.  •HI U K MK.tt." (IAMOLISH STUMS. HuuJI,*, OmVring,    *■ta.  wlPil®®        ...    ^    ...    -    -    .    .    ta    ...    —     rte  SHUM SUITS.  dtoy, edoptel * rswdatta©  pr<wur«itt^al of a their property.  third  Bae* Bail et Jn« h##a*IU#.  JacxkONYtt.Mt, EU., Fab *t—Th#  gam, ta the Pkltodrfphta-AKage nta red hers Wrfce* lay Atenu • ama eeaflf defeat*<t th# Quakers. Score: rhlledelphto 4, CkkMG« k  A tv raj thy Maa’t Arifritoa  pxttj. Mina.. F#b. ML—Risrgr® lea. grrta, a Mammal* plooeer and ism rf lh# sn altoun* C4U*W. rf st. P*ttt has tam. a®-tuOgvd I<y ta* probe bf coart ta be tabulable h manag* kb estate, sri his wif» and *wo P.ne-ta uw wera eyq^ibtwl guardtona * “ peris ta arahnUy lh*  triwffit Mrs®  asartf  Minn.,  prty bl T-E- . _  wee ttk Is ssrfmatel et  _    (tewetaa®    telle    Orfk    ttew.  of *40,009,091 oo | WofulUKitvni City, Feta 28-Ex-Ptsta-®ent Clevetond has tari Dak YI -w, hie coun-  irv home aei*r fbi* city, ti* F. G New toad*. tte r.pr-e- i-t« Iv# rf a Calif oral* sjrndbato, sr' h-h it ta M> . * "*v, land * pr< fit rf about gSdn.GW wo t*r )h -oil he pari tor th# prop-eityoiritte ..si rf mwKtotoflteto dortog th - lute y«»r* be ow©#® ii  I fin new rYoeiring * lints Aud vificd itock of Cleikt, In mil ttae prevsilibg shades, for Hpriug Suits, which I am prepared to make ap  iHionable ;yles,  OU A UAN'i’K.K ING  JS3  (ta ta i tabus ta 4 a*  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 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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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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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!
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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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