Decatur 5.18.1900 part 2
n g . i n l z i d i n - u r - end, and eternity and Moser himself expected to follow them soon. The Xew York postmaster immediately notified the postmaster at Morton of this request and the sheriff, who was apprised of the communication, wired for the oris- iraJ letter, hoping that it will furnish some clew as to Ihe whereabouts of Moser and at what point the letter was mailed. The k-tter is expected tomorrow and may prove lo be an important clew. The authorities here, however, are of the opinion that their efforts will be w i t a v a i l and t h a t Moser will carry implied idea of self-destruction. ThÂ»y a K o t h i n k t h a i the c u m m st'engthens the belief t h a t his mind disordered. The letter is the o n l y l c l - w t h a t has turned up and the of the I n f o r m a t i o n has started discussion of the crime anew.