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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL..  G HTIAX  She  ► *r*%entag Bank Robbery at Lebanon, Pa.  fn WM k id confr* I-1 to him Mint they bad mtiMi rrl a man name I Crosby, in Tacoma, Wa.h., alroot a year ago. Th# WnIn-fields came brrr from brand Batt* id#, Mi oh., and, It fa said, I hey belong to wealthy parent*  the bolo scheme of three men.  The Ever IHn  POPULAR IUC  Aa* We bare bad manufactured for our .Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mill! iii the Eamt) a complete Line of th* LATEST and BEST STYLES.  PA PERT I KS.  (BOX PAPKK )  •MF* These Matchless Good#' are now under way, and will Mach un in about IO days.  IMF" We hare cut deep Into tho prices of our present stock, and offer you same at  Sheet Music.  (OM AF. J. RBOEX KART, Sot# Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  k RKKULLV AEH AVG KR ro BEG FHN ET ANR KOB THS I HK ok TEACiP ERS OK HIK  PIANO AND ORGAN.  t hopsack Walt*,by..TTT! Ply Away Galop, by  ......  TOUB OWN PRICE.  are  AW* Remember all our goods open to your inspection, and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in  Gertrude Dream Walt*, by . Impatience (HanJo Galop),by  In ti** Sunshine, by   ....  Jack Proat's March, by.,,,, „  Moment Musical, by.............  Hayful lion tin, by.,,,,  .....  Russian Grand March, by ......  star of Affection Mazurka.by Shower of Itos<-h (.Alop, by.  .. walt*, by.....  Wreath Waits, by  ...........  Ac. Ac,, Ac., Ac   PTTuTl,  ..... Wauls, ..Heethovaii. ..streabbog   lunge.  • . .. Knight ....Schubert,   .Greene.  .....Francis .. Ilartntann Ntreabbog  .. (dose ic.  THE LATEST.  I Main Figurt^B.  The Sir pping Stone, by  Sidney Roienfeldt.  VOCAL ANR IN ST HIM A NT At.) IOC a Ropy.  DEGENHART'S  OH KAT  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies,  50c for 7 Copies. $1,00 for 15 Copies.  Whit* On* of fine (engage* the Atlee* tine of the AMUteot reekier Another Tete* to Sor*h ti.,hind the Counter end (let at th* Vault—The Lady Saw What We* Going on and Gave the Alarm—The Criminal McCord.  I.KRASON, Pa,, Kept 28,—A tery daring attempt to rob the People's bank here was neatly frustrated by the shrewdness and prompt action of an observing young lady who live* just opposite the bank, ('ashier Wormer had Just left aud Assist* ant ( fishier Elmer E Hailer wa* a'one i<a-bind the dank in charge. His flrd visitor wa* a short, thickset, strange man with a dark heard, who asked a auntlier of green qu -ationa about wilding a draft to some neighboring town The next mao to an tar wa* a tall jwnon, also a stranger, who.  I seeing that the assistant cashier «*.,* engag'd aud apparently bring in no hurry,  | stood in the middle of the floor, opened i wide a newspaper and* se* mn I to be read*  I lug something from its in ,hic pages, t rep! Arooad the ( ussier.  The third man of the party, who had I »l*o come In, wa* a lightly built young j fellow with a smooth face, Tim latter’, movements were completely hid from the caahiar's sight by the tall man who stood up holding the spread-out newspaper. Suddenly th# young man unseen dropped upon his banda and knee* and crept around the counter toward th* open vahlt of iii* bank and to where Assistant Cashier Hauer was sitting. The voting man had a sand club In hie hand, pro •eddy to knock Mr. Hauer unconscious, hut before be got Mar enough a young I woman briskly entered the bauk. The tail man with the new .paper turned sharply around, still hold mg tit* sheet s»that (Im Is ly could md sec in tbs direr lion of the cashier. “WI it do you think of this picturer he boldly asked and Uteri quickly added: “Hoim dm i* calling you from the o pf Haul e able of th# street.” Saved by NU Sister.  The young woman q ikkly stepped away from the man and newspaper and shrieked oats "Th#y'r# robbers. There's one sneaking on his hands and knees  Get* t ree ll Halt  f*#C t  Musrmuo*, Mich.. Bent ten wa* »-e ii truced in tits Tue.iisy to one year in th* for forgin ( a note for til  i Tenth  to-Bi War-  circuit court stat. prison  THEY OWE ABOUT $6,000,000.  Statement of the Idahlittl*. of Potter, Lovell A Co,  Boston. Sept. gfk —The footings of th* Pot ter-Lovell lisbilitie. have been reached,  Items of General Interest from Foreign Chimes.  * COMBINATION AGAINST STRIKES  and the rn lei*te-dn.-*i of all kinds is found to have been about 16.OUI,OOO. Th# direct indebted!,ess to the I anks is about p OOO,. duo I ha indirect Ila id titles are large because of lite g uh rani cr* placed upon a great deal of paper Ib-iida# the Brast)’• ptper of lope St Ferguson, some of the Seavey, Foster St Howman paper, and .* Hi" af lh* Worcester steel works paper wa. guaranteed by the nots broker*. Ba for# any s#itiem#nt can b# reached, the amount of this guaranted paper that will ultimately fait within the no#* broker's list,Silty must be first ascertained. Parties in interest are -ink lug for a successor to H«.lguee Haskell, whose health will pre vent hi* con 11 ruling in the srsigneeahip  A Great rte*setae#I— af I. , K u,., K.,«p)«»y ere Which Hill |»*»| nim I.*:,,,* Ques-Fight XV ill  COAL.  Two  BIG PRICE FOR A KISS.  Thousand Dollar*' W orth of “Coy-  Dollars aes*.**  A KHUN, O., Sept. *J8 —A kim valued at ti.MD wa* forcibly stolen from Sophie Frame by Solomon OviaU. Moth ar* o* r BU year* old. Sophia, th# “coy maid en " iii t be ca ie, appeared In court Tues d.y, and averred (hat the defendant bad damage.] her to the extent of $1,(KW by unlawfully, wantonly and maliciously com mill flue assault an I battery on the plaintiff by forcibly kissing her and putting his arm around lier.  Never 'errmiler en the Fourth.  t'* i.DWATKit, Mich , Sept. a.—Col O H. Moi*re was taken to FR. Joseph lie »r*-at, * private amylom near Detroit, Tuesday, for treatment. Ten year* ago, while aervin ( in the regular army on the frontier, br wa* overcome by the heat, and baa ainee gradually Inst his mind end is now a physical wreck Col. Moore »a lh# mun, who, Ahen hie command wan surrounded July 4. 1**8. by th* rebel gen rrsl. Morgan, at I'ibti’s Benj, Ky.. cut his wa> out agal oat fearful odd*, reply tug, when *u mu lotted to aurremler, with  -    — ——WWW J -    *--*    — ——    IV WSC « VII’IV I wit  1*00* oat Hmer; they mean to kilt yon." th# w*»rda which mad* him faniuu r* .    .*o#r quickly tamed, aria-1 his *Vuak*e# never surrender ob the Fourth  if July."  t'gtalofur Fit KE on A|»|)llc»-llon, or Mulled Fit FE to any Atldrt'tot.    \  MI ISS Third St., cor. nasa.  ALTON,  ILL  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piisa att.  Alton. Ill  pistol, anil the next moment Ute three would be burg Urn dabbed for lh* dttut ami t wee ped, since which time no hinu bm liecn (Naut of them. The young lad) war Miss Hauer, the cashier’, slater, who live. opposite, who saw the strange men acting suspiciously, and she watch* I them, and thus In all probability saved many thousands of dollar* to the bank  MISCELLANY US WICKEDNESS.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  St  -AGENTS FOR THE—  Lout* Yarniah Co. Fine VAKN18HI8 and JAPANS.  Cbiiilcr Oak Sieves and Hanses  A Robber Fat ta Flight.  (’i.vt'IKKATI, .-opt to. — A most revolting attempt at robbery happened at lpm I uvsday at th# rra.denoe of Mrs. George Cullom. ISO Meat Eighth street a young man appeared at the door, trptr ■outing himself as having been sent by Mrs. I nib in’, onn-iu law for a I ucket of cool. Mer. Co I lorn, who is Bt y.- im old, admitted him. He immadialrty struck ber a bevy Mow with a club ext he for* besit, lier acream* attracted working* men item duo', who frightened ti.* fellow away. H a purpose woe evidently rob* fiery, us Mrs. Cadout is reputed lo have considers bi* money ahunt Die house.  Black Diamond bod Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying pump#. Nev Home and White Sew jug Machine#; 1^0 each. Agent# for the  Celebrated Metter Farm famous.  —FINE LINE OF—  Cams. Bulies aid Cpi lapis  Hold Highway Rebbery  I Benton, Kept, as -Georg# Keller, of this city, i.c« oui pan led by Mina Mary Murphy, wa« driving along th# boulevard from JMT. re.a aveuue to Chainplate street shortly before IO o’clock Tuesday evening when the carriage wa* sudden!) et up | Hoi by two tneu One held a re vol vat at Keitor's head wkit# th* other compelled the lady to alight. Mise Murphy wa* dragged several rods away, roughly handled, and relieved of af KG diamond |dn and rn lu r Jewelry. Til..* men lima took #■.*5 from K rr ami mod# their e-cap# Keller drove to Kim wood st atmo and re ported th# milter to th# polio*.  A* I inn ll to the ll A. It.  WA* Mi KUTI,a Citi, Kept 88.-At a mooting of George ti M ade pot. (I A, H., a rwwolntinn condemnate*! y was adopted of a new orgauuuktu lorn Met in Washing ton cornin a d of men who fougiit on different ai le. during the lot# war with the object of encouraging go.I will Iwtween th* north etui th* so Uh. Th* resolution ut Meade i*eit r,>clie* that while Hie Hu m « r* cd 1  (he post "long to welcome the (Liy when the north amt the south shall (.bensh no feeling* of animosity toword each other, ye! It I* the sense of Hie |xiat that th# new association is an Insult to th* G. A R."  lion.- Tile him vin* Ne A ii,#  Take I I Me. Atlee Ait C. ii juror Will* lam lo \ lait th* I'm lei st hi en In IMUS — Hie Cl mill* de Farm  I O' ivo, Sept. XA —The newly formed shipping federation now embrace* a moat the w ht>:«* of th# ell ip owning Intercut* of th# toited Kingdom It. objects are “to deal with I a lair question- of all kind*, to protect officer*, ere** and servants of ship owner* against intimidation on the pan of trad#* organ nations or their mem bere, to counteract lh* effect* of agit* lion* against the shipping Interest#, to deal with t ales of conj Gary and to to drinnlfy ship owner* wh.i<« v«i M u are delayed V»y the ant bority of, or In come queue* of, the measure* taken by th* fed erst ion."  Kneotiragrrmnl to Free labor.  tither indu*irie» and Interests more or leas awociaUtd with -hipping are connecting themselves with ttic movement, and It Is believed th*; the shipping Interest* throughout the British colonies will Join the federation. It is virtually * vast mu liiMl in-uranoe rWRp—y again*t strike-Fre* labor agent*, of whom there art already many in Great Britain, will \m en t<•■Haired to keep list* of non-union men willing to be employed, and in the event of a strike such "til tai engaged at a higher wage if ueivMoary than that paid lo anion is t a.  Lea rn. ii for Helen,*.  I he federati on hi* adopt# I for a motto ’lh fen**, Nor Ih-flanoe.” Operations are lo be control!*J from  wolr)l i offiie*in Ie union, and iuimediat# relief supplied In •ny |>ir* of the Ibm kingdom' The federal iou asserts that a van number cd lh* na ie ninon its h *vv J lined or remain in their am-ieti.-s told/ I .raise they ar* arrant of standing alo d from them: and that they woald willingly free themselves from the control of trade organiser, and be contest to make their own bargain* with their employer., jf they fait them •cive* at liberty to do so.  The Famous GUItftpfe Soft FOAL iii— 11 vere<I ut five uiliiutew notice Iii ahi quat, lily. LuriiH to a Clour Grey Auh, no Chukor Cinders. l*e*i Hofr Coal Ii# the  ers  West.  HARD COAL  In all  Price**.  sizes, Delivered at lowest Market Quality IhiHurpaMHcd,  Slit NO#. BEFORE IHE SIG ADVlNCf.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 AND QI.  N HIM I BM * od ta  Naw Bkui mn, Mega., Kepi. ak—Th# I tv pub'ic* ut ..f th* Firs! coRgieaslona)  district hay • renominated How. Ch ar ira K Ho--ell by arrlsmst ton.  i Hilmar mr ('Ona . Kept. to—Tbs Dam-ic ratu- <(Migre»,ioitai co .vanlion for the  Fiat reb dis riel ii un i a ated Hor. Hubert H. rh*'olest, of (bi* iity, mr congress by at'«l*iuatkMi Worn Kart I, Ma*#, Kept. to. -At tbs IbfpulMicnu coitgn-sional con earn ion of th# I auth 4i*ii(C> I'tttgi I'.uiau J. Ii, H alker was renominated by aoelanui-Hor.  bls vin sad HrAmin, will Fight.  London, Kept a .—lg»rd Lonadri# pre •blwi at th# Ormond# et uh meet log whir Ii lasted two botira Mlavlu was preaent. Tit# wcratary of the dab stated that by the dctision of the magirirateo, the two pttgilt*'* are a# liberty lo compete Thcrofor#, with th* view of coinciding with th# magistrates, th* nyn have "greed to reduo# tit# a urn iter of row od* from thirty to Arum Ria vin bes re turned to Dover court. A nobleman of •porting proclivities has arranged for J im* koon, the colored pugilist, to imx the Winner. Both Hlevm and MeAultffs have given their concent to this  STO! 3  ! X^^iHCJEyElJBS Tt  -AT-  E. L BOBCnUirs,  -AKR SRK MY —  LATEST FABRICS  Which I will make up In the very LATENT K intkiiv am vs Bien employed, i defy all would bi. ( tm.mutton     8T Tf^a  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERE).  ANO  Mon# but Wood Wort-eelMiy  WARM AIR FURNACES!  it AHU AMI) HOLT COAL.  arrangement. ( oast* de Farts GA for * merle*.  Ixi.MMiN Kept, .A -There we** brilliant •©rn# at lh# Ko, ton K qua re station Tom day w lieu the (' >mfe die Far a starred for Liverpool on bt, w#» Pi America. Alt the lo) alist ex. ie colony In Kl gland bad gath ered to aer the compt# n f, aud th* assent ••lag** lacked Me I liar no miter* nor enthusiasm. The party * a, at tend#! by an asPmiebiugiy largo rsiiuu# of seiVHuta, and will ira raj in trniy royal style. Cries of “Vive I* rot* wont up aa th* trein moved awny, and tit* comte tx wed gra ciously  Don't VK aa I lb* at. Faut Road.  .NKW Unix. Sept til -The director of on# of the large railroad propart im  In northern W lacunal a and Michigan says: "It ie against the interests of tbs roads  s^ih« Best HOAD CART in the World for $10.  9. IL JOHNSTON. Hr  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, IP,  ( Mi HI. Threat.Im fell.  Dallas, Tex., (faut, to -H. t\ Cox. in Jail for Die murder of George Thomas, cut his throat Ta-clay and will dig Cox', wife died the of bar day from grief because her husband was confined in Jail for tbs killing of 'I boma*, whom bs slew In a quarrel over a settitm* rn in which th* sum in dispuU was Ie** than a dot lac. The Condition of Mr* lh ma* adds another sad feature lo the caw- Hight after ber bmdmnd wa* killed she was taken ill and is not ex lax-ted to recover.  roods  now tn our mc«ton to have th# Mt Paul come up there It ta a more powerful competitor I baa th,* Milwaukee and Northern aud is Bi'#* apt to disturb rata*. At present tbs rat#* iu that reef iou are well maintained and profitable business is done. lf His Bt. P»iii adopt* the course of anon mg th* Boa'a share there will be trouble at mica  LPI-AJSrOS  Art Immensely popular became  ara strictly flrtt-clase, fall* warrau Rad still only medium la prioa*  I  Terrible Double Tragedy.  Lot)brid LLS, Kv.. Sept to, -Fred Gehm, a German baker, abut and killed hts wife at • o’clock Tuesday night, and x<<m rnitied suicide by Jumping into lh* canal Mr. and Mf*. Grin# dt»«gm d about a •trpaou and tbs wife spplird for a divorc#. Entering her maim Tu««lay night Gab rn. who ha* rn ted queerly of lata, shot ber through the head aud ta th* side, killing her lucently. He t bsu ran and Juiti|ied ioDi the canal, hts dead body being token out au bour later,  lh* oi.tr,t Mom |m (..wa.  CK DA B Ham us, Iowa, Rcpt to -Christopher Conrad, th# oldest man in Iowa, who lives near M in chester, ce la I waled Id* I loth birt bds* Tuesday, He I, la fair health. bs* good eyesight, and hi* hearing, mind ami memory are still clear. II- had fifty Ave grat.d children forty-one of whom are -nil living, sud fifty three greatgrandchildren. Atiout forty of those war* present. iii, wife I* still living sod is 77 year* oUL They have le u married sixty pasta.  Why Ort. Im vile 'bs All.  IiKNLIX, Rt-pi to-It is reported that th# Emperor William w.il nth the (Jutted Blate* In IWW, in which event ha will visit Hie world's fair. Rev. Dr. John Hall, who bas lawn traveling on th# continent for a#verst months expressed th* opinion that the kaiMr receive a most hearty *r*l com* la th# I nned Slate* Th# sttgge* thai has also been mad# that th# national commisabm of th# world'# fair miicht formally invite-t.i* prtsnneo of th# emperor  High Waler la Prases.  Peats, Dept, to —Tbs town of Aanoaay, department of Ardesb#, and tbs surround lug «..unity hart lean flooded by  overflow from th# Canoe and the  th#  Aa laws (tov** Hrrulua CLAR!VRA. la.. Bapt, to Ferni# lisle, a HUI* boy aglet »$, toot his lit* Tnswtay la heroically re-cuing bi* younger broth#r. Th# two were playing en the ricer bank, when th# bt tar foil In, sa l was a)*Mti to drown. Bravely plunging in, Fertile stto-  Deaunie rivers, c*u»iug on im man ss amount of d i mag" F Motor ie* have been des I rn i rd. i.irgv, swept away, th# roll ways bar# been mndrred imp««table and  a aumbrr of lives lost. A mmufsctursr end several women have besa killed st Annona) Th* water is still rising  T o our friend* would .ay Weare now prepared to pat Id fsrnimm and va* pair old on* #. Batiafaction in arery eaaa guarantovd. S*Mond htHwi FVi« nOOM always on hand.  PITTS Sc HAMILL,  815 BULLE HTH KWT.  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la tnn MOST OOMPLETB avar oroRghl to Alton.  Wa con show yon Something New as often aa yon nail lo:  OAPtPEITSi  Tape-try,    Body Brussels,  ? Tin ilium nil ! ar    0    a    w  Ingrain,    Art Nqaurna,  A Reeeiatiea at Maallpar.  Gally VTA, Bapt. to.—A revolution baa broken out at Manti pur  • et# In ad -d by a brother of the m ah ara- I    sa '    eg  JHI! ai tack I th* psi.,. «, and af Ur a de* |    f V ii LT    0T    11611111.  p. rale stru^gb with the guard* defeated    *    R*vtII|Y#  lh, in and gsi «.| poM.c»,ion of th# place alw! msgMBine Many were killed and wounded it) th# fight The maharajah ascopad and has Bul witha few of bb court offi cr.  Twelve Fer,«as Fatally KeatdeA.  Limn•>*, Kcpf, to—An sxplusiou occurred on th* Mr liner Pa tutor* at Arm-  reeded, after a hard atruggi^, in getting  1  Wrong's shipyard at N#wca*4i«. Twelve  AjW Uke boil la (he world, and iavo led all ethers for years. Of ar Irii.lKS) In ■•#. The people ar# hound to have the Mat, sad will hare Ran# hut the I.it#).  Oar prices ar# lh# lowt tt and terms tother ti ut# payment** ur cash, as cho* toolers prefer.  t all sad a#K» as, or seed for Cato* I aga os and full inlwrnuilioa.  ESTEY & CAMP,  Had rn tied Ties* al a Mawgtas.  Kaw OML XA XX, Im , Sept, to -A Tallahassee, $V-, * pee tai to Til* time*-Democrats reports th# banging TiMsday sd that pie." of th* negro Nipvie n Whit#, who murdered bt* wife ta IRM Th* fail broke bb nook and be died wit boul a confession Th* negroes of th* surrounding country ii -eked Tate) tbs Ut wa ani observed the day as one of uurry making  bb I trot ber into shallow w «t«r, and ha roached ahoy# safely. Hut lh# brave lad hitnw-lf, bring exhausted from th* sirug-gle, sank and was ditiwasd.  person* employed about tbs steamer were m> badly Braided Iqr the escaping steam  that they will die.  first.  233 State Street, Chicago.  Louis House, DIO St 918 Olive St.  Meatioa (kb Paper  5f:  hhhh  I ISS ss rim  Anether Dastard Own* I* Hi. Rrw.rtL  # OMAHA, Neb,, Sept to - K<1 uani Wig-good, a driver for a bakery, shot end dangerously wounded Alit# Horine, alio# Tanner, a sewing girl. Tuewlsy ct tim-Boun, lef.ua sh* refused to dr# with him. and than bbw out his own braiM. Tbs women’* parents live at Bleb mood, Mu rib* i* silent to year* • hi Wtggsod wa* to aud an llllaoiaoit.  Raw Aasoeh with a K.itfs  wamu'uto* err?, Kept to.—Go* Francis, an tarnal# of the Freedman's hospital, I*-( am* Iu«an* and ran amuck with a bmrber knife. After dashing through the wards Francis jumped the hospital fence aud ran for several squares •lashing rljht abd left before he was captured. He did aot*ucc#«d in Injuring anybody.  G« ratsn t sthults ( u«|r«*  1*11 Tem tel, l*a.. Kept, to —IM* third •eariou of the German Cai tiolic eoogres* opened it adm ■alay by requiem high maw at bt. Vlifhari'-t church in in ui<«ry of th* dee tasii nicmfvrw of the a«*oclatloa.< Bishop Kodermaeher. of Nashville, Tenn., actad a* cele br hhL At Ii a rn. th# priests a* ut into amelet a#«aioa. Important nuestioiiM ant dbciisa*«i st lites# session*. At I o'riotk the Young Men's association , recon veiled to leks furttwr action In organising a central union of German Ro man Cst holt* young mea of th# United Sis taw  IBJ CURTAINSi  Dado or Plain, Lace or Per"?.  TIST RUOfih  rur Moquotte, Smyrna 'Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  •arnut# mf a Gbail liar.  ii icM ta Kan., Sept. ii —Ffet Jon##, a skIidI boy, IS years rid. c no .-it'tOrd sui  cide Tyeaday evening bv he >g ug hit  Kell, No • aM>w is us -.g.i ii mi vn« av  Misers Waal • Five-Day Week.  lait FAM I *u, M.eh . Kept to-Th# 4. (Jug miner* in I ah piming have decided to ask the boose# for • five day week for tk#  Big III att lf! men aud th# reqo##t will be j  A  Vie! ary for (hr Married W ..mn,.  mail* ti.is weak. The miner* ara uow all CtJfCtKXATt. Obi v Kept. to —Th# mar-ma k I fig uioiiey and th# request it nut aa Had women in Clm nnati public schoola uurwoonabb on#. eouabUring th# danger • hav# won a great victory. The board of and diflL ult y of th* work     1    1   I^tlio# like to see the Newest and Finest in House DooaraMoas. F.asi#«t way to at*e them la to Call fro«;u* nUy at « whether yon wish to buy or not.  Hto MttbihhRml)  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS.  I AM Now KRALY TO Ft KNISH KVgKY MAK IK ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  I be bu) ’n fa' her is a iii its Fargo at (Moon Qty, Colo.  •goat  .‘KKIVXi KXlflCIAl  Boasyaaraiit«#u. Salary aa# Xxi  rn  liar adtkdtsa Mt u> ia>u. t .«n  I antwmS ta Murdering a Mao.  ArroRiA. Ova, fi#p«. ta-lh# chief of .    ,    P»    < vt as told rurally by a J>. leoaar Mi  'iC$ i tin* city jail that tbese brut ltd# named ii itiiefleid, who are in Ja l fur fmltf of-  A Woman** Ifwrrlble Dealt*.  Hiawatha, Ksa.. Bapt to -.For the I past year Mrs iv ill lam liallrn, a colored washerwoman suffered from a wrll-de-flned ease of lepruey. Turedsy sh# died, j having completely rotted away  •daeatioo ha* reinstated ss teach sn th# aisrrb*,! women ree#atiy dropped from th# roil* Th# rut# rn 17 to ll, sod this set tins th* (gill ahu , ii.», bee going on for a year, and bat • et autota# I considerable b t terne a.    •  W (DK FK'Hi IU KT JI A SKLKCTKO KA# rilALt.T KGtoQ  FAluL WEAR.  cir,* im  'OTitfcx  Twenty ( ar* ut ('saned Fra*ar*.  F Io»K, Cal., K*pt to A ahipm *t»t of 7,0m) (SMI .vf canned prat ie-* street to I A)t:doi, sh* mw Ie Tm<eJay it i.qitirsd a spec ti train «f twenty ears  Correspond.<nt (FMrta# Arrested Agata.  ki.ivTBI vt v ii to. — The prosecution  in th- < i r>    i    m    Ie    it O’Brisa has.  aha - •(    prev-ots    cnarg* and has  bs I <    re*    o.l    nu    a new and more  ape  TUR MOOI' MT) LISH MAK XKE,  Rerfeot  AXD  Pit,  At  L  H.  Figures that  0. Gk  will Please AU#  Moritz.   

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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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
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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