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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME ii***  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, MAUCH IO. 1890.  ING WELL  Moro About the Disaster on the Lake Shore Road.  THE CONDUCTOR IS RESPONSIBLE.  4£ WANTED that MONEY  Aaa Now  Watt for  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, IT «T a.  mmoodow that he ha* ©atabllshod In a building purchased for the pB. 1WUH -nomni j jurpo#e m  SANITARIUM for the  MITIEST OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  ««narl«nee during many yeare ha* oonvinoed bim that all dieeaaet a more •uooeeefully in an inetitution of thin kind, under the t£?55»K»n, and with th. .Id ct mean. nototh.f JuJtt.omm.nd, limn when th. puton* ar. u«n by their medioU adriaart  * ^^piJld^roral.^SAMITAluUM I. high, end th. nunrrandliig #* #** UoJJu EuSoL lndn.no... It I. readily ruohed by th. Swjond .l~l hon. Mid ie near the Union Depot  MThSS    ere    ae perfect ae I. poMibjefrom  jowled©* of eaiutary ecienoe and the requirement© of such an    '  ■featXW in all it* form*; Oxygen and it* compound*;  • know!   tatatottom NuralnsT,'.to*    ■"pro.idod u'mjy In- Wind by W  ' ^aition to .uoh Other tre.tm.nt aa may bn deemed advtuble.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  pereonal attention.  Hr Ordered th* Engineer to Atop th* For et Hr ti Fart of th* Trula In I»ir#et Vlnla-tlnn «»f th* Uh lr*—l»l**a»rot«« Runaway Artltlral Im Hltcimala—Eight F*»*gl* ll od Iv Mn it-Tw« Women and a Man Drown. <1 la Iowa.  Btrrrau), N. Y., March I*.—Tb# patent* it the Pitch ho* pi UU, who w ere injured In th* Lake Shore wreck, are all doing nicely Mr. Bn lieu* la Buffering intro*? ly from narc-3Uh .hock, but will recover. Hi* brotbar-in-law and Dr. Moore, of Saratoga, are with him. Rev. Mr. Meyer* wan abb: to ba moved hi the Tifft hon**. Th* condition of Mia Heath, of Bo*Um, ie improved though her broken arm and rib cauao her much pale. J.  TU. Minick, of I’lilied#’phi#, whom right arm wee amputated, I* getting along nicely. 8.  H. Fisher, of Holton, will be out in a taw day*. K A. Coombe, of Philadelphia, I* pretty sick man. Hi* bead Mi badly cut and hi* bide In Jared. He pasmd a fairly good night and i* routing cany and no daageroe* mulla are aspectual. W. W. Branch, of Charleston, an I J ulna* Ktagel, of M*w York, both with broken arm*, are much Improved and getting along well The others Injured aru all doing well.  Th* Cond ae tor Wa* to (Heme.  Coroner Tucker and a jury vudtad the •nm* of the wreck and made a thorough examination of the road and the grada Th* bu,,I, at alii U held Tuesday aC A* additional fact* ar* learned it clearer that tho rrepoosfWl lty for the sota* d-nt rest- with Conductor Bough tatting Ba rut** governing the twee of a train br aking in two spatially says: “The  tor  ward part mud not at »p until the engineer I mire the rear part of the train bai«topped " Prom the ?tatements of th«> pa* rangers It U evident that no step wa* taken to a*certain live portion of Urn detached jwrtion before the forward part wee stopped  What a raeaeager hay*. Hyacinth* Beaucbemln, of Sorel, Que. va th.- train ri.n along fur three nituut.-. Aer it broke tai two He then mw the conductor |atli the heil rope to atop th* train. Beaued min ran to the conduct.*- amies 0aimed: "For (lode ak# don’t "tup th# train or we will he telaeooped." The conductor gave no heed to the warning. lit* chmn in ran to th* rear platform and tatald Ute douched ttoajwm gaining ground rapidly. Harried to th# pnearngHfa to Jump and then •ame the crash. The hodtee of ftti- of the victims ll* at the morgue. That of Mr*. Bancus ta. at an undertaking astaMUhnirait. Babv Dewart wa* "#nr f »v»-rkh during the night awl owuhl nut be plated, continually oaring Im "mama ”  IIM Ie klumi taal Libel.  Ma*cocTAH, Ilka, March Kl-Dr Louis N ic bul, an old aal prominent physician of Ibis town, has been indicted f<« criminal libel, and thereby hangs a lain Fifteen years ago Charka Trappe contracted a bill for EIS with Dr. WirboL The doctor tried hi* best to ©oiled It, and failed. Recently Mr. Trappe died and his family wa* paid •>,100 life insurance. Th *i I»r. Niota.! renewed his efforts to roiled his bill, and again md with iii aa co. rn The good doctor waled wroth md had a acor# of tin signs painted and potted con-'p nurms’y about town. The ttgns xmUined the name of the delinquent Tm pi a and wound up with the advia*:    “People  d iou id pay their honest iei.t* or not live in an honest community.* The sign* were putie>I down, sn I t .<* inereaesd thi doctoir'e wrath. Ile had another painted simitar to the first, with the word* sodded; “Putt* ing this down is not the way to pay debt* The grand Jury took the ewe upaod found a true tail for ©liminal lib*! against the phyff-  ifwvRif'Vtfn  Crim. IU;.........  Pl UTU linn i ii.  Services Over the Remains Minister Pendleton.  of  AN IMPOSING FUNERAL CORTEGE.  Now Open  POR THE RECEPTION OP PATIENTS.  Fe further information addr*** Or. ENOS at th. SANITARIA, corner .I Georye snd Third sis., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla,  Ks-Fresldeat Mayes, ©evermore ae*! K** Hoveiaor* la Atl.-eUaaee—Tire Military. ralltlral €labe and Vartou. Awwlall"** Tora I Hi* to Pay a tart Tribal# to tbs Dead—Aa Ot«l«1 tree Frtas4, Ha*. lea*# M. Jordan. Praaauaee* She bul (*imn*HATT. March Kl —Th* remataia of Minister U « .g© H. Prodletoo arrived in this city In the evening, and wore de^wlh-t in state bi the chancel of th- ( Uriel church. A detail in .rn r-ach company of th. I Trot regiureat, under ©oniman t of Lieut, liana  SENSATIONAL SUICIDE.  Cleveland Mea Mill* Himself Immediately After HU Marriage.  Cut vans nu, Ohio, March Mb—John N. Hodgson, wa* a young book keeper, with three boo*** and tot# and a bank aeronat, For siren years ha had been engaged to Addle May B'shop. Friday ha want to Mire Bishop’s home awl proposed that th* mer rings take place at onca The pair vie!tot the probate office, #e>ured a linen*©. and then ropmred to the reeideaoe of Rev. Dr. Bprn-her, of the RooUd Arenae church where they were married. They then return*! to th* Bishop nsaWrare. Mod toft th* bourn* few minute* later, ami going to his room shot himself tai ll# hand nm Itod The tenia did sot bear of the suited* until Saturday, and whee sh© weat altar th* body taunted that Hodgson's relatives ear# In po ss. lamina of IL limey he rsnfevH bv the brid. No one knows why Ha kitted himself.  ludgson  AND DIDN’T GET SHOT I A Wee# Polilog Iweldent Over th* Dakota  Building Lots Tor Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - * $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton Bt*, bet. Fifth 4 Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higmand Park..  0no Hundred Lots ranging in bize from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyjfront, all very deep. Prioes from $50 to$500, on term* to suit purchasers,  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton,  Over IOO Houroh and Lots in different pnrts of tho city. Call and sec list.  «1*o»OU  Mal, SIO  Lottery Mew  Bunt anes, it D., March Wk- ItoprvwnU Ut* Walsh vigorously putted Attorney Omeral Goodwin’# atMe la oaa of th* arar! dors of the capitol Friday afternoon for having mentioned his name la with th- recent tottery scandal. Goodwin mads no effort to reUliata Le tor there were report* that a duel woald grow out of th# effttir, but it la not genera’;/ *>*•*•* that the attorney general, though not lain* lu courage, will attempt to get even according to the code.    *  SAD END TO A FROLIC.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  By Ha Good Citizens of IIM ail Vicinity ' 'iii lamp  Jersey Counties.  Eight People ttorfoaely Injured la a Bun away Accident.  Balow!*, Win, March IO.—Eight par*®* w re seriously injured, some of them fa tally, In a runaway ace! lent. A party of eighteen people was out driving In a four-horee sleigh when on# of th# reins broke and the four spirited boree# dashed away al breakneck quad, running Into a sidewalk airt throwing th* occupant# of the sMgk out wltt» tor rifle foroa Eugene De Mar bell teetered Int,-mal lnjurim wide© it la feared will prove faUL Mb* Minnie Pittman wa# badly cut alout the bred and to unconscious. (Lh-rf Pittman'* right leg wa. broken near th top Mr* George llttman w* rot ai tout the head and face, and Mre. A rn Brei n# nl was t-rriblv gaabed *eFoeeth« top of th# brod. Fire otWv wert injured, but not esrioudy.    .  A MTorhmwe Blew* to Pt*e#e. prrrwHi <-», PA, March WX*A .pwial from Franklin, PA, *ay*« J P- MilcheU, Kiwi th, a nitro-glycrrine handler, wa* btown to piece# at IO o’clock in th. rwjrulng, at an OU well nine mil* from Frao^J* the Bt lx>vto Grimm learn. B# had hankd illy cerine out to the well and wa* pramrtni Vput to a torpe-lo when, in rome «**>*« nn**r, it eiplodwt Th. bol tor hr urn-ira*  wnw-keri. Fall. of the man’, renmlw w^e  f,u.#i mor** than JOO yard* aw*y. He hare* a wife end two chi kl ran.  Trouble at a Prise fight. .  Hr how, Mich., March lo,—Andy Traverse, of Detroit, and Aagu* King, of Port Huron, fought eleven rounds with hard gloves at Point Edward, Oat The fight was to a finish, and King failed to •how UP for toe twelfth rouad Both mro were badly nerd up. In the eighth round George Peter*, King’* *erond. kicked Traver*# In the fro*, and Traver**’* second drew a revolver Heriou* trouble was averted by i th# onlooker* Th# UUU was wHuman! by a small crowd, Ut th. Ult!# v-afov. one aud King was badly pounded. The •IOO.  Omaha Lfoemew aa forth#.  Omaha, Eek, March MI-More thro. IO" linemen mn ployed by the Wmtem Union and FAJtal Telegraph companies,the Thump ■on-Houston Etoctrio Light company, th# Omaha Motor R*Uroa.t company and th# Nebraska Telephone company have rtruek for incream in wagnt Th* toUgraph and telephone linemen demanded an increase to to  , m u ,,rl,<«r,«r WM l«    i*,.«d th.  electric light men demanded ga ha per aay. The Foetal Telegraph company have granted the lDcrmwe, but the "ti#* conation, re-fuse, and not a lineman in me ©tty ta as  n rn tnt.t# re good guard of honer during th#  Ai half-IWAI ta o’clock ie th* morning th# of the Episcopal church for th i I.*d were perform#*! by Dr G.leon end Dr. Forwet TU aotU. ni was sun t aw I th** line of march to Music batt wa* Wk * ap bi th* following or tor;  The Lls, of Harsh.  WeU-rli hand, ti r a ootninulre of p**IW, Chi Phil Dei!"ch, comma!* mig; Governor Camidell aa*! staff; First IIo^iTnent bond, Cel V B. Krai th ani staff; F.ret r* ganef t »r iufrowv, O M. a. t b.«wr. with irol-hear •r# •ur'ottmteJ by the OSS Waeiwanl «kH» to hollow square; lh# immwltaW* tandiy *«  !  relattv.e uf lh.* d#e#naed la ©erriagm; flret arriage—Mayor Moehf. G*»rarn**r Buck arr, •*-Pre*. Isnt Haysi, and ea-Oo v#rn« r J, to Furaker; ee>n4 trrkv;* es (tov •rnor J. D. Cos, es-Governor E V. ^vf # es Gov *rnor B M. Btobop, *l Min a.et A Taft, I#- 1  #*-Lieut*»i*ft Govern.*r Lyoti; third carriage— Mayor Berry af Newport, Hon. M. Houck, llou. M. M* M»h**u. au l lion. Mr Uralgtowl; fourth romage-u* G rniM, Italian. Frenum) ami Norway and Sweden «*e»h  ©tilth* awd iwelette*.  EaUe-gwrV I "to* I, HaraiHou county tar ae-SM-uttlon (hncinnatt MemorUt aawwiinUon, iiwml^r# i4 Cturtnnatt cham* ar of «*nc asarea, member" of b-mrd of trai- en I tram i-.rtot-ou. memlers Badder*’ ewehange. I it. ctunatl Pmnror mmvdetkm, Grman Pemrar awm- UU®. d#l«cati-® rominon coat aU, city, county, "ta*# ami f-iera: * fib la!#, ("itoli club, Blain# eluh, Du- kworth «Int*, W et End Re pa bb can flub, Y«-u«; Men’s tom*-(retie club, Bhat man cub. J ti fan ©stab, E;li<At and Ruffin Huts, foJ P K’.n#*»n ©I** 1 . Halstead Auh, Jam#" R. * kraft* it club. North Cincinnati rtul^ E#*t E»-l thrawcraiie dub, polit aud organhutto-** from Coving urn aud Newport, carrtagee, prtvatr and pa bile.  Th* HemeHel Kervtee*.  Th* great hall where tbs po tails- memerlal mr vie** were held wee aulUbiy drwpei aa*! S ^Hfalque adorned with evt-rj r*#n# an I tnokal pal ma. Th* eatogT wa. pnm.mnmd by the Ufe-fong friend of lh* deceased, Boa. Isaac M Jordan, rftor which the rara.to* were anoa more oooMgnal to the family and were taken to Bpi tog Grove ©sroetory for In ten nm I.  ALWAYS AHEAD  With  tho aim of loading iii my Line Blini liens I have Iloccivod a Large Stock of  of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in ell Sizes and Coisrs, A FINER ANIK BETTER RUG than the  SYRMA RUG, at the Same Price.  The Ciiixona of Alton *»<l Vicinity »r« Cordlalty Invited to Call and Kiaminc lb ewe RUGS I •« »ot afrnU of an In^ealiwn af vhaif Quality.  j9L. J. HOWF»T *T a  im mo iuds us Ruts  FSS* Its* TS in  Ma. and Tw* V.ueg Worn.. Drawer  MisaaAPoija. Mlnn. March IO -A special lo Tho Tribune from Mason dtj, Iowa, Fri lay a* Jam* McIntosh, of  War Id’s Fair Matter*.  Cbicauo, Mare© W.-Mayor Cregi-r hte reoel red a oommunlmtion (rara New * ort, •eating that Ora proprietors «i A* Artor house ara prepared to open ap sutoeripUoa took* for world's fair stock the awunent the •‘nth* inurn* the UU. He *k® rveef vrd a UM (to- A I. ie**.*"!, “ll ssaretnry of th# board of oi® J 11 *  First regiment,  •Tlvania, .Utlng that th. herd had^rid*d unan.mously at u* tort muling the* the  ^Ure regiment shall ie preront •» tog of the world’s fair ta Chtoago la lMel  THE CHARGES SUSTAINED.  Ctaee to  SJT*!  Spirit Lake, accompanied by two youn*: la dim, daughters of Jamm Evans, WW# driv  iZtrr'" P-Kt Okoboji toke they drove toto  sri air hole, and all  ware ta the water several hours before their  could be found and recovered.  WHEREAS, It has Weaned hi* ltoyal Nibs,  ■ rn vrw’jHWMt'' ll ' •  To remain  with th©  mf  Good  Peooi©  Vicinity" *FOR L()r # t^hero    ,  pie of I his Yearn after  Bey sad Hor*# Drowned.  Bv A V iViUJW, Ira!, March IO. —  w htt* ah temp"H( •© m.k# a -taort turn .rn th.: Urok W th. cr *ek with an »*|»rsm wagon Georg*  fUSif g -HH  lA  yfo”* drovs hie horm too BMtr rh.* hank. and boy and Joree jrere drown d to th# bmsk water, wditoh I* twelve feet ii nap Tho body ha* not yok been ra*  Sharp Competition. Be it tut u »  HE84)LVEI), That we IntereHtK. when In Neea o- v ikIUNO CLOTHING, BOOTH, H1IOLS. HUMM ligand DBY GOODS, to Call on  Oegtat l'*d»r a *^d Beak. Mii-iRi. Va. March WX—At Summit JST«b# Norfolk fo^W-tern railroad, about two '"'tosfrom this city^a  •A!>d fe#nk gav# «f S^wUl llwU  lhi«H .OOT#*! mea, J<^“»  mow rt and Alga Griffin. The Bret mimed  two war© kitted and Griffin*. W was brokes^  Aa Kspreas Ageat Missis*.  De VTO*. Olton March IO.—J arnee Citer  an, lh# Unitol Htelee express agent here,    ^    _____  dire i*| i ar-d from ¥ *9    I    jUMiMa    mad* and  ami rn nx Cdngmauk aooraata tor aday m I *****    ..    .    ...     "--  THE GLOBE.  AND BK IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That in order #>■# awhile longer we nil of us agree t »    j    LOT  A. HILDlBBAND Tor nil their Unit a Copy of On* bt wfnito IHE uLUUb..  ROYAL NIB*^ with at   to said Vt M.  at LOW I‘RH EH, and  CITY BF ALTOS ASB  Committee.  Hale d* #f a Toang l ady.  L..., M.. , mr* *  m .„    IU    na*-1 *#  "•    ,    «.,i    u> I#*lone to NoraHootla.  Use, ami tuppuara »o    .  , ., .1,, ttii In h.-r room at Wbdtosi wa* Iou    poMMiad  ioigo.g to U^. G unity, anc na. ,  -ZZ  ySLriM. m. -to* j» .'■yvas;  nation Tk# fto*  l *m* tor- tort Tu*cday IrL H-*al. n an i ajpltod f<* tbs room# «< rh* Wo«Ml»  Uau work. A lodging wa. -* cur ^  f JJ\ Jf 3*"- was wk*d to call again, hut did rad  de ro    -------------  viftjr Tear* a Mlal#*» r *  CrM»a»i.#»to  Ud '  U * T '°    .  f H ( iroua ml jhrat#d  tbr   sssrttsaasWaS  tim he had J#**    "    **  bM*ure t Rim natty ra—wt Sfty y#ara  U.h*d^^by*Bleckhl*S«#»*  P, Kl I.i V. Mar I id. .-Wil.iamFRto.coA-  ur d, sad *’*»'*  ior4m * “** $?* VTJ  Mn i,tv-r un I #-#r»ta*» match. Th* ochred  BtStST— a#aa .iv"*# <“*r-  “J", -bu I, —    "to  g n .I h^lnwns. Jordau Uwu gave It up. «ar ; tag to! had tnawgb  a preside*! Oak es Talk*.  MunnarohM. Minn., March HI—Th* Jon real's Chipp*«s FalK Win. special says: PrltdrotUak- of th* Nerth.rn I’mnftu, 11to night her*. Ha stetei that th* baaa af th* Wlaoonsin to th* Nagthsrn Pacific would be siguad vary IMS Ma deaied the report that the Northern Pacific was negotiating for the austral of th# Baltimore and Ohio.    .......  tK« Trial #f Hie*#* Dewreaa at  Chtraa*-  CHicatiO, March Ut-7tro formal trial of Bishlp Newnan of tU Evangelical -teureh open th* ahflsg* of “akohristiaa rondnc*." liTeoos. to en MOL Th. trtol U*gan Wednesday, and, th* result af the tovreti l-*to. wa* avsre* to the btahop, Rte* A© verdict err! red at bp th* trial ooaf#r*«ros of Af teen minister* aes to lh# off#*» uijwrg## war* #**t*ln#d lit .hop Bowman has aster ty ignernfl th# esNW# ff<*f*li#|, •Vt. disdain lug to atteal or mala* any for mal A*f<-rw#. Ii* has been att* nding to coo-ftesurt wi#% ta PunosyIrani# end other  •a# laru rtntra    .  Th# ©hargo* pr*terr*d. Although th* Undine of th# vsrdW Is 'hat  TI ROW ABIDE. YOUR FUEL KATERS AMD IK VRNT IN  anti Un  ”»iff  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in ths;City.  . Charre, having bara ro«toto#d ta* bares* pended fnm bl* office ar a bishop and from  th* vocffWWkf th© mtalstry until th# aest Mrerai rmifrenroe. which wfll meat In Hsp-teniber, HW1, Bt©to*v Bownean treat* th# whole affeir as th# war© of a f#w malcoo Mute tart utter ly at vartauroc with tim arotl-owmt af th# great, domhtetlag i*a)urttyta Ibis tar©* Share© #*tebli*hnroat. The  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone  two before his ieparture No shortage baa  Treasurer N*laa‘s Khorta##  Br. Lot is. March W.—The ooin»»mte off-notated to iuvretiiato th# sffahv of th# state  treasury ©t Jeff***, Ma., Saisted ommt  tax th* oath and announced a ihurtago of IU) OOO, which H wee said would be Incrre#-edfo (ho,"UU altar aa ^amination of att booh# and pap*"* I® G*« offlre._  StkauiSKifffo* 1 !    * r ® attagad «lan  torous ,i##ortino# #gain#» hie    miut*  I*™. H»lw*p Bowcaan was aho chargTO with t- ling aune falsehood# about ctonreh-UiAiuUrrt and »*fa»g an* hrtttan .torreMore while iMi,versing ©• r#!ig>« | u# #uhj*cta  C#U*g* Oratory at Crawfovksvllla.  CKATroMMBixa, lad. Maruh BX—EW fpnuvl uraUwieal ouitest af W abash aoitaga was brtd Friday ulght. M.U ag place over erven oorapsfotoia, tei " reprint ti® ooH^T at lite date arati to b* bmid n#st imratb at indtanapoi*  Imp*rial Trswpe Daaertlag. tmasurAl, March id- Th# imperial BWP# ta Form— are drafting on aroount uf th- lr pay being in nrreara They are  i.JI,.,.j I Im* rohtts, whiah «oaM#« th# tatter  ta make a vignrou* -tend, Rctaforocwrat# sr* being tent by the goreru.nrot.  IV ante Fay for th* Berri#*.  1.^ loi.vn, Iud, Mulch IO - A big ran Bon was caused here toy th*- Hang af snit* •gaunt hxty-eight«Ria«Mof MttUtownsktp lh# n«-ty. by Jte-h itemrar. th* ownte of a or nit I. (TFHwloa wWA to*    A    * 4c-   f v M .|®i*.trrat*"—’i Ttenaightore^ialraro Ojai lh* Jirarsh total* o»arffow«i batorag#dlh* the real#* and they drove Hmm# from th# IpSJ ground Mstoro tefftal th# cate lo it# suprvraa oourt. The daHMo© a* arar t gave a nrptalnant a UU# to ti** marsh. St<»aor now propw*-* to get revengo by arak by um uaighUr* pay for att the b«rrta# Gray ever pi- had.  A preaehof ta TvaaMa. KxADifio, Pa, March IO.—-The Rev M- L. Frttoh a well known ***<*»*: rested fur tar ©any. H# Is sam to ba * ktep-  twnaniac, and to have taken a peat many  article* from stores, eh*.  lh, induna taate League Cam pieta. IU sti*!»to*. ted. Mare© IO —The to-** 1 © •ad test C SS ta the tiuttana Btete Baw Etal tongue ©ss tow# organised bere. Th* clubs are composed of salariad ptaysrt sad wk becked by oapitni.  lh# 4agte-F#rla©a#ea Traatola-  Lummi*, March NX-It Is •warted that lh* poets©"**# minister ira# fatted to* secure any moiw* lion t4 Hug I# ii-IN etui at* ta hh aegmt*' tote with l>>cd Raiubury. and Witt rerurt. IO Lisbon si m Th# poputar fsato ta/ a re ii fcfftand to Laboa.lh -xtreoraly n» rn- inf, ss th# h#t •’f G fnUUrs. I •___  Vale.  A. L. Floss  N  SPRlSfl SUITS.  I | B  na* recti fluff t Inrgt nod wind glee k #f ( I© 1  bk. Hi til Ac prtTailiog sbnd©©, for J»i»r»to»C HtilU, which I kin prefer©* M» ra.ka ap Aa UM  bionable es,  dUARANTRKlNG  Most  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Montz, 112 Third st.  Will IG rare ie Wert.  N* ire *. N. IL. More© IO-Order* Have  tart. it * -d lo ring th* tab* re Na- hue o-t a?, sd a H .nday,aud A# mttis will start Th, He’* *.re att Brady to to a, an I th# sri .'i-n # rom:ul*a*f Witt *.«b ait a roiunai rf w ©to to ttrstof ti e WW# • huh  wmI i Gluily iwa'tai vtory.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  No 100-102 Kart Siivmil ai*  MB » Aug Wa fffftt  toitoi    _  ■J, 1 ..-”:.’"  Prim*   

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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 145+ 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ 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 145+ 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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