Found him on the 1870 Antrim, Watonwan, Minnesota census (img 3) as Alonzo Lowry
Found him on the 1880 Normal, McLean, Illinois census (dist 166 img 37) as Alonso Lowrey
age 13, an inmante at the Illinois Soldiers Orphans Home. His brother Wallace
age 10 and sister Angie
age 7 are there also. Note: Originally known as the Civil War Orphans' Home, ISSCS was established in 1865 by an act of the Illinois State legislature as a home for the indigent children of Civil War veterans. The State of Illinois selected Normal as the site of the home in May 1867. The Illinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home (ISOH) opened its doors on June 17, 1869 with 180 children in residence and one main building. Mrs. Virginia C. Ohr, a widow of a Civil War veteran, served as the home's first superintendent. In 1979, the state closed ISSCS after 114 years in operation. - Wikipedia
The Sumer Co. Standard July 3, pg 1. also
The Daily Mail - [Thursday] July 3,  pg 3 - Married Yesterday -
Yesterday afternoon Judge Sanders performed the ceremony in the parlors of the Arlington Hotel that made A.W. Lowry and Miss Minnie Winchester of Medicine Lodge man and wife. Both the bride and groom are friends of Sam Campbell, the good looking and popular night clerk of the Arlington. The newly wedded pair are among the best young people of Medicine Lodge, where they have legions of friends. We congratulate them most heartily and hope their wedded life will be one of happiness and prosperity.
Medicine Lodge Cressent - July 4, 1890 [Friday]- Married last Tuesday morning, Alonzo Lowry and Miss Minnie Winchester took the train for Wellington where they were married. From there the couple went to Oklahoma where the brides parents reside. This young couple have only been acquainted with each other about 4 weeks, but the young man proceeded to fall head over heels in love at first sight. It is rumored on the street among his friends, that the young lady was not so quick in setting her affections, and that Alonzo, with a pint of spiritus fermentum and a bottle of laudanum, threated to make a corpse of himself in about two minutes if she did not take him for better or worse. She took him, and the Crescent wishes them much happiness. [-Courtesy of Cathie Grant]
Marriage 2 Record
Found him on the 1900 Driftwood, Woods, Oklahoma census (dist 224 img 19) as Alonso Lowry
age 32, farmer. He is living next to his brother Wallace Lowery
. Also in his household is his mother Ada M. Lowry
age 48, widow.
Found him on the 1910 Eaton, Weld, Colorado census (img 19) as Alonza W. Lowry
age 43. This census shows this is his 2nd marriage, his wife is Teresa G. B. Lowry
. He and his family are lodgers in the household of William L. Atkinson age 37.