St. Louis Post Dispatch
St. Louis Post Dispatch
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Description: Looking For His Daughter. A Handsome Young Lady Who Eloped With a Gay Piano Tuner.

Date: January 10 1889

Newspaper published in: St. Louis, Mo.

Page/Column: 5

Mr. FUGET of Tower Hill, Ill., is in the city looking for his daughter, Laura FUGET, who ran away with a piano tuner named George ALLEN. Mr. FUGET is a well to do and prominent citizen of Tower Hill, and his daughter is highly accomplished and a magnificent pianist. She is 21 years of age, and a large, fine looking woman. She met ALLEN while the latter was tuning her piano and the two decided to elope. The father thinks they came to this city, and, in fact, has good reason to believe they are here now. He arrived last evening and immediately reported the matter to the police. They are now assisting him in the search for his daughter, but as she is over age, nothing can be done with her if she refuses to return home. ALLEN, however, is said to be a married man, and the father says he will bitterly prosecute him.

Submitted: 03/02/12 (Edited 03/02/12)

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