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MARIETTA JDALLY T.KTTF7
VOL. II. NO. 274
MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1896.
PRICE ONE CEN $
Alleged Crime of a Well Known
Grocer of Denver.
He Has His Famjly Well Insured,
Then Goes Boat Rlflng-.
Vcaaal Capalaos and Wife and Five Cb.ll.
dron Ar Drowned Ua.Alon Kick pet,
-SprinCWho Uu Alwarr Home a "
Good iloputatlon, Traa Arrested. '
DKNVEn, Nov. 17. Andrew J. a
Sputo, a well known grocer of this
city, with hts family, consisting of
wlfo and five small children, went
boating on Smith's lake Sunday, Octo
ber 20. Tho boat was capsized and
Mrs. Sputo and the children were
drowned. Spute, Capparently with
great difficulty , managed to cling to
the boat until rescued.
Although it was known at tho time
Of tho drowning that Mrs. Spute's llfo,
as well as tho lives Of tho children,
wore Insured for a sum aggregating
5$12,O0O, Spute's explanation of the cause
seemed entirely' satisfactory. Sputo
claimed himself and family had intend
ed to go to the mountains for an outing
and that tho insurance policy for three
months only was taken out on this ac
count. Detectives have been quietly
at work on tho caso since tho night of
tho drowning, and, it is alleged, have
secured evidence that will convict
Sputo for tho murder of his family for
the purpose of, securing the insuranco
pn their lives.
Sputo was arrested, at an early hour
Monday morning, and shortly after
Nellie Davis; an inmate of a well
known Market street resort, was lodg
ed in jail.
Spute, it is alleged, has for a long
time led a dual life, and has lavished
much money on the Davis woman,
whom he promised large presents on
her birthday, the 18th of December.
Tho woman Is held as a witness.
As Sputo has always borne a good
reputation, tho facts developed in con
nection with tho drowning and which
were mado public lato Monday evening
have created a sensation among his
many friends and acquaintances.
Knocked Out In'thfa Sixth Bound.
New Yobk, Nov. 17. Peter Mahor
knocked out Joe Clioynski, of Cali
fornia, with a right-hand swing on tho
jaw, after two minutes and twenty-five
seconds of the sixth round, in their 20
round contest before the Broadway
Athletic club Monday night
A'rtiirury for Old Tt'ort Clinch.
Febnandino, Flo., Nov. 17. It was
stated here Monday by on official that
tho government would soon send a bat
tery of artillery to Old Fort Clinch,
which commands the bar to this port,
and that a coast defense vessel will
also be stationed near there.
As You Sew, So Also
Shall You Rip.
If "his" garments are put together as they should be OUR
WAT they'll neither rip nor wear out as soon as you'd expect,
even with rough and tumble wear
WoVo got some Bargains in SUITS and OVERCOATS for this
week. About 300 each, that wo closed out from a leading manu
facturer last week at a big concession from their Regular Price.
For Men's all wool suits.
SInglo and double broast
pA. black and. faucv chevi
ots; perfect in muko and fit, will not
fade, good Btaple goods. Tho regular
retail price is 87.00, at this sale $1.50.
For Men's fine black olay
worsted suits made of all
TOnnl. handsomelv finished
clay materials, cnt in tho latest style.
Suits that you can not equal olsowhero
for less than S10.00, at this, sale 57.00.
Mqn's elegant dross
jss rt a r ,n ax.
suits mado from fine Im- 0310.150
ported Worsteds, Eng- H"""
iish Scotches, (with lly front coat and
vest,) French Cassimoros and Meltons;
plain or fancy styles, singlo or double
breasted. Thoy will cost you 812.C0 to
Oomo in and ask us to show you
then compare them with others for
Cor.,Front and Butler sts., - Old F. 0. Building
In Onbi Nenrine,t Crista Cabana Excited
0r y-ylrr' Caropalrn.
New YonK, Nov. 17. Thn Cubans In
this city aro greatly excited ovor tho
campaign which Gen. Weylor is wag
ing against Gen. Maceo, and all think
that a crisis in tho revolution has ar
rived, and that should Gen. Woylcr
suffer defeat and bo compelled to re
turn to Havana tho war would soon bo
About- tho probability of a war be
tween Spain and tho United States,
Senor Jliriio de Cfint.rn nt 't.Tin return
rovoutlonary party, said Monday to a
rcporior oi tno umtea Asioolatod
"I bollovo that Spain will try to pro
clpltato a war with this country, be
cause her own government at homo is
"If Spain loses Cuba without tho in
tervention of tho United States, it is
certain that tho Carllsts in Spain will
rise and as thoy number about 9,000,000
the result will bo tho overthrow of
tho present government and tho acces
sion to tho throno of Don Carlos, who
is now in Paris waiting for Just such a
"Tho Spanish officials," added Senor
Do Castro, "realize this danger,
and the only way out of tho difficulty
is to engago in a war with this coun
try, which will glvo thom an oxcueo
for losing thq island, as they surely
must in such a war."
Several Addreuei Delivered on tho Open
ing ot tho Second Week's Station.
Wasiunqton, Nov. 17. The Rational
Grange began its socond week's session
Monday with tho introduction of re
turns in regard to tho appointment of
a secretary of agriculture, the Nlco
raguan canal and equal protection for
Delegate Robinson, of Canada, deliv
ered an address upon tho history and
scope of tho grange in Canada. Inter
state Commerce Commissioner Knapp
naarcssca tno grange upon the rela
tionship of railroad? with tho farmers,
government and tho public generally,
urging tho importance of government
control to compel the impartiality of
rates for all classes and individuals.
Director Iloldcn Decorated.
San FnANcrsco, Nov. 17. Director
E. S. Iloldcn, of the Lick observatory,
has received from tho king of Den
mark tho decoration of the Knight
of the Eoyal Order of the
Danncberg in recognition of his
services to astronomical science. Tho
order was founded in 1319.
Wlfo Murder and Suicide.
New Havkn, Ct, Nov. 17. Wm. Ter
rell, son of E. Terrell, proprietor of
tho Hyperion cafe, in this city, shot
and killed his wife in Hamden late
Monday afternoon. Ho then commit
ted suicide. Terrell had recently in
stituted divorco piocecdings against
For Men's all wool Ker
sey Overcoats in blue, or
black, guaranteed all wool.
lined with hoavy sergo; colors guaran
teed to bo fast. Sold elsewhere for
SB. 00, at this salo only 50.00.
For fine Kcrsoy or Melton
Overcoats, silk velvet col
lars, clecrantlv tailored and
most substantially tailored. Now's tho
timo to buy a 10.00 coat for 7.50.
Men's finest lienyer Ov-e-coats
as lino as tho finest
clothincr can bo made. Ov
ercoats in important Meltons, Heavers
and Kerseys, elegantly lined and trim
med. these Overcoats and Suits, and
the samomoney. No trouble to
WIND AND RAIN.
Severe Storms in Washington
and British Columbia.
Damage to Railroads Alone in Wash
ington Will Amount to $500,000.
Tho Loss to Private Property Will b
roily aa Great KUtea of Railway
fraeka 'Will (Have to be Bebullt-
Sleamara Picking op Rancher.
8KATTX.K, Wnsh., Nov. 17. Tho storm
which has swept northwestern Wash
ington and British Columbia for tho
past 48 hours is tho most severe in the
history of tho country. It is estimated
that the damago to railroads alono in
wostern Washington will exceed 8300,
000 and the loss to private property
will be fully as great. While at
mospheric conditions have improved
lightly, tho railroad situation
is 'worso than ever. Tho city id
absolutely shut off from communi
cation by rail with the outside world
and from midnight Sunday night until
about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon all
the telegraph lines were paralysed.
Tho Northorn Pacific overland express,
which left Tacoma Sunday night, en
countered a hugo .landslide near
Easton, on tho eastern slopes of tho
Cascades, and returned to Tacoma. A
few miles beyond Easton tho Yakima
bridgo is washed nway. Tho damago
beyond thai point Is not known, com
munication being interrupted.
The Portland branoh of tho North
ern Pacific is likewise disabled by a
big landslide in Cowlitz Valley,- 50
miles south of Tacoma. Tho Great
Northern railway is tho heaviest suf
ferer and all its lines on this side ,of
the Cascades arc in a deplorable con
dition. From Snohomish to Skypcm
ish in the Cascade mountains, a dis
tance of 53 miles, tho Toad will prac
tically have to bo rebuilt, as tho road
has been nearly all swept away and
tho bridges washed out At Index tho
big railroad bridgo was swept from Its
piers and carried down tho Skvhnmisti
river for a distance of half a mile.
At Snohomish City tho river is high
er than ovor before known, being from
six to ten miles wido in places. Tho
water is over a foot deep in tho Great
Northern depot, which stands eight
feet above the lovel of the track.
Sunday nnd Monday's steamers have
been cruising about ovor farm lands
picking up ranchers and stock,
Mount Vernon, in Skaget county, Is
in a sad plight, the Skaget river being
unprecedently high and tho dykes aro
about to glvo way.
Avpn, a small village near by, is un
der water, and tho Heaver and Olym-
pia marshes are inundated. Many of
tho farm houses have water several
feet deep in them. The Snohomish
river at Evorett is soven mites wide,
and tho Seattle and International
bridge has been rendered unsafe by
the great jam of driftwood.
Near Lowell the river in two foot
abovo high water mark, and tho rail
road track has beon washed away for
miles. Three feet of water is standing
in tho Everett and Monto Crlsto tunnel
for tho entiro length of 700 feet Now
Whitcom is shut off from communica
tion entirely no trains having arrived
or departed from thoro for four days!
The Nooksak river has overflowed its
banks, flooding hundreds of acres of
valuablo farming property.
In British Columbia tho Canadian
Pacific for a distance of 100 miles oast
of Vancouver has been seriously dam
aged. Many bridges aro washed out
and telegraphic communication with
tho oast has been interrupted for 30
A Warm Day In Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. 17. Monday was tho
warmest day for this timo of the year
in tho history of tho weather bureau,
and no one has been able to recall a
similar freak of tho weather since tho
Infancy of tho city. In tho Auditorium
tower, where lake breezes blew con
stantly and briskly all day, tho ther
moraoter registered 70 degrees at 2 p.
m., but on tho streets tho mercury re
flected tho feelings of the uncomfort
ablo pcoplo by pointing to 73 and 74
"Orduis for KiiRlura uml liollirs.
Schi::.-i:otady, N. Y. , Nov. 10. Tho
Schenqctady locomotive works has
received several good sized orders for
engines and boilers. It will not prob
ably bo long before tho entire work
ing, force will again bo employed.
Among the-railroads now ordering lo
comotives are tho Northern Pacific,
Portland and Mumford Falls, Dela
ware and Ulster, Michigan Southern
and Michigan Central.
A. S. Cliiy Nominated for Senator.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17. On tho first
ballot of tho democratic legislative
caucus Monday afternoon A, S. Clay,
chairman o tho democratic state coin
mlttco ior the past four years, was
nominated for United States senator.
Ho received 01 votes, four raoro than
tho requisite number. Ho is 43 years
old and has been speaker of Uio house
and prcsidont of tho senate.
llpluuint Miners Strike,
Beixaihk, O., Nov. 17. Tho Belmont
coal mines aro closed. The 70 miners
employed went out on ii strike. They
want their old wages, 01 cents, re
stored. Thoy will not roturn to work
at the reduction, but will receive the
old wage, it is said.
Col, Vance's Hcsldouco Robbed.
Gai.lu'olib, 0 Nov. 17. Tho palatial
residence of Col. J. L. Vanco was en
tered Monday morning nnd a wallet
containing qulto a largo sum stolen.
Marshal Kulin lotlgcd Gcorgo Shopard
in jail this evening, accusing him of
Boloc Mmlo Heady for Sea "War la Poa
alble," Saya the Spanish Mlnlater.
New Yohk, Nov. 17. The Advertiser
Tuesday morning says: Though tho
authorities at tho Brooklyn navy yard
refused to give any explanation of tho
great activity thoro, it Is generally be
lieved that instructions havo been re
ceived from Washington to havo ovcry
avallablo vessol ready for sea.
The most experienced commanders
at the yard bellcvo that thcro will not
bb any conflict with Spain, They
laugh at tho Idea of Spain attempting,
with her ancient fleet, to attack the
navy of this country. It is thought
by them that the present activ
ity simply pressages tho evolutions
for tho winter cruise. In any caso the
men in the construotion department
aro working night nnd day to put all
tho ships in perfect condition. In tho
navy yard more than 200 men are at
work on tho monitor Puritan, which
will go into commission at tho end of
me montn, ana then join Adra. Bunco's
The battleship Texas is now being
repaired in tho timber dock. Tho in
quiry into the accident may bo com
pleted by Thursday.
A special to tho World from Wash
ington says: Senor Dupuy do Lome,
the Spanish minister, was asked the
direct question Monday night: "Do
you believe there is any danger of a
war betweon tho United States and
"It is possible," tho minister an
swered. "It would be a terrible one.
One can foresee its beginning, but not
Marital Experience of n Youne;
flioinea, la., Wldoir.
Des Moines, la., Nov. 17. Clara
Dawson Scott, the widow of Walter
Scott, was married Monday to W illard
McKay. Less than a year ago- tho
girl, now only 19, was married to Wal
ter Scott after a romantic courtship.
Her father refused to allow tho mar
riage and twice had the girl sent
to insane asylum? and onco to a
Convent tO nrevent tho Irnirrinrriv
.Finally tho couple eloped and married.
tin nour alter me ceremony Scott wont
to Dawson to tell him of the marriage
ana get some property of tho girl's.
Tho father shot him dead and is now
servlncr a tcn-vear sentence In thn nnnl.
tentiary. Tho young widow made her
home with Scott's parents.
Williard McKay had been Scott's in
timate friend and had hilnri thom In
their- elopement. lie continued a
friend of the widow, and tho marriage
is the conclusion of tho romance. The
couple will go at onco to Canada.
where McKay's family live, and whore
Ikey will make their home.
Lillian llanoll'n Malndy Incurable.
Chicago, Nov. 17. Lillian Russoll,
tho comic opera prima donna, may be
compcuca to undergo an operation,
from which she can hardly recover. A
malady of long standing was aggra
vated by a fall four weeks ago from
her bicycle, while she was riding in
the park in St. Louis. Miss Russell
expected to recover temporarily, but
tho malady Is incurable and may pros
trate her at any moment.
Wool Men Pavor tho Dluclny Bill.
Philadelphia, Nov, 17". There was
a gathering of wool merchants, repre
senting tho Philadelphia Wool Mer
chants association, here Monday after
noon to take action on tho Dingloy
bill. A minute was unanimously
adopted urging upon the senate of the
United States the passago of tho Ding
ley bill a3 an emergency measure, and
authorizing a committeo of three to go
to Washington to urge its passage.
Plnced nn tho Retired X.lt.
Washington, Nov. 17. Capt. Alex.
Mahan, U. S. N., was Tuesday placed
on tho retired list at his own request,
after 40 years activo scrvico in connec
tion with law, tho announcement was
received at tho navy department with
astonishment, as Capt. Mahan would
havo been promoted .to the rank of
commodore in a fuw months, and could
then have retired with Increased pay.
Gonil Time tit Kcwaupp, Jll.
Kuwasbe, 111., Nov. 17. More men
went to work here Mouda v than nt nnv
timo within a year. Tho shop depart
mouts, the busheling furnaces and the
muck rolls of the Western Tube Co.,
which cmj'loy noiirly 3,000 men, wore
put in operation. Tho workmen hoist
ed flags ovor the mlll3 because of this
return of prosperity to them.
Tlin Jat-ntoo mid Wiilllin; C.isob.
FnAsuroisT, Ky Nov. 17. -Sheriff
Julo i'lumincr, ot Newport, was hero
Tuesday settling with Auditor Stone
and Treasurer Long. Mr. Pluraraer
was informed ut tho oilluo of tho clerk
of tho court of appeals that the court
officials expect u decision in the Jack
son and Walling ca'bes on cither Friday
or Satuiday of this week.
Cotell (.ranted n Now Trial.
Cor.UMiius,.0., Nov. 17. Tho Ohio su
premo court Monday granted a new
trial to Komulus Cotell, tho murderer
oi the Stone family in Medina county
Inst bummer. Tho decision is based
on error of tho tr.:l judge in requiring
inoro than ordinary strength of ovl
denco to establish tho defence of in
sanity. N'o Newt, of tho Alleged linttlc.
Key Wkst, Fla., Nov. 17. Prominent
Cubans in this city stnto that "no news
has been received of tho alleged battlo
between Weylor and Maceo. It was
reported Saturday night that Wcyler
wus at tho trocha and sending out
small dctachrnuntb to locate Mnceo.
Tho, Cubans claim thnt Weyler's plan
of campaign against Maceo has fulled.
Gen. V.. V. PVitus 3'nmlnnted for Senntnr.
MdXTGoiiimv, Ala., Nov, 17. Tho
legislative caucus Monday pight nom
inated Gun.'E. W. 1'ottus, of Solma, for
Unit. . f3ttoi-mitor. Ho received 07
f)k-.i vW.'o for Gov. Oatos.
A croam ot tarter baking powder. Highest
of all In leavening strength. Latest United
States Government Food Keport.
Royal Dakino Powdku Co., New York.
Hew and Interesting Happenings Within
Of Robbers to a Bohomlan Miser In
Cleveland-Ills Plesh Cooked by the
Flame of a Lamp.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 17. Three bur
glars mado a raid on the house of John
Mirka, a Bohemian miser, at 448 East
Prospect street. lie has lived alono
Blnce the death of his brother. Vogue
stories of great wealth secreted In tho
houso havo been circulated, and Mlrka
hai been shunned by his neighbors,
who have seen him at times with rolli
of bank bills.
Tho robbers Monday night ransacked
the houso and looked for secret hiding
plucci in tho walls and floors. They
made blood-curdling threats to take
Mlrka's life unless ho surrendered his
wealth. ITo begged for mercy, insist
ing that he hud no money. ,
Thon followed tho most inhuman
tortures. Tho old man was thrown
upon the bod and a rope was tied about
his neck, legs, feet, hands ami body. A
gag was tightly fastened over his
mouth. After u final demand to tell
where tho money was hidden, tho rob
bers proeeodod to their fiendish tor
ture. Tlie naked flume of a lamp was
applied to tho old man's bands, until
the flesh bnrncd nnd great blisters
came. Mirka writhed In agony. Then
ho was given another opportunity to
turn over his money, but ho walled
piteously that ho had nono to give.
The gag was applied again, and tho
thhwes again held tho flame against
his bauds until tho flesh was almost
cooked. Thoy burned other parts of
his body, stopping only when tho old
man sank unconscious.
ilu was found senseless by tho police
Tm-Mlay morning, and removed to the
if. tho hospital Mirk.i said that tho
rouhors finally ponrcd oil on his, chest
and in his hands and sot iiro to it. He
says that thoy got only live cents.
.Receives ttiu Tlinnkn of rrofllriertt-nifct
McKlnloy for III Campaign Work.
Colujihus. O., Nov. 17. lion. Chas.
L. Kurtz, chairman of tho republican
state executive committee, has received
a letter from I'icsident-clcct McKin
ley, expressing appicciation for tho
excellent work done by Mr. Kurtz and
the executive committee during the
last campaign. Tho letter is writton
from Canton, and reads:
"My Dear Mr. ICurtz I am much
obliged for your telegrams of congrat
ulation, and 1 take this, opportunity to
express to you my most grateful ap
preciation of tho loyal and effective
cervice of yourself and the other mem
bers of the state committee. Very
truly yours, Wm. McKinlcv."
-Murk llnmiik ltunniictti!.
Cm:vkx.and, 0., Nov. 17. Four hun
dred members of the Union club, of
Cleveland, tho membership of which is
representative of Cleveland's most
prominent business and legal circles,
tendered n banquet to Chaiiman M. A.
Ilanna Monday evening. The event
was given to show tho admiration tho
club has for Mr. Ilanna, who was for
merly its president, and to honor his
bueccss in the campaign. Many dis
tinguished republicans from distant
and near-by parts of tho country were
Ells J.uHt Mean.
Lima, O., Nov. 17. Tuesday morning
about daylight the dead body of a man
with the upper part of his skull
knocked off was found in tho Chicago
and Krio yards. From papers in his
pockets he is supposed to bo John Don
ahue, of Huntington, Ind., who was
seen hero Monday. Some money was
found on his person. Ho is thought
to havo fallen asleep on the track.
AVliolo Haiid Cut Off.
Bucyrus, O., Nov. 17. Jacob Craner
was running a corn-husking machine
on his 'farm Monday. He had on a
pair of ragged gloves and somo of the
rags became caught in the cogs of tho
machine, drawing his hand into it.
Tho whole hand was cut off.
To Contest tho n'.uction or Tuyior.
Nashville, Tcnn., Nov. 17. Tho re
publican stato committeo met hero
Monday in conjunction with about ono
hundred leaders and decided to con
test tho election of R. j. Tnylor, dem
ocrat, for tho oillco of governor. Al
leged frauds in west Tennossco will
constitutes tho basis of the contest.
Sixty Iloraaa Ilurnod.
Chicaoo, N,pv. 17. Tho barns and
ofilces of tho Fort Dearborn Transfer
Co., at Forquer and Dcsplaines streets,
were almost entirely destroyed by fire
Monday evening entailing a loss of
about $03,000. Sixty horses perished
and fS0 heavy truck wagons were
Come in BIiirr 9nrf
Black. Lined with a good
imported serae lininn.
Tailored and made up in
a first-class way. You
can't baat them for $10.
I Boys' Blue Chinchilla!
Ages 9 to 15. Pries $3.00.
P. S. 'AVe take ncrindii'alX
t tickets. ab
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Catiiored From All Parts of the World by
Monday night a fire started in Brew
ton, Ala., and before it was checked
seven brick houses were burned. The
loss qn building and stock was over
527,000, with a small insurance. .
It was announced at Dallas, Tex.,
Monday that II. W. Trippel, a leading
Sfeneral merchant of Waxahatchie, had
failed, liabilities exceeding S3O.000. A.
Trippel is named as trustee. Assets
not stated. t
Extensivo developments are to bo
begun at once on tho Osage mining
land, which tho company owns in Jop
lin, Mo. Tills tract embraces over 700
acres, and is very rich in ore. A smelt
er will be erected.
W. II. Perkins, doing a general mer
chandise business at Daingcrfield, Tex.,
filed a deed of trust on his stock of
goods, also 140 bales of cotton, naming
George Hurt as trustee. Assets and
Tho warrant for the arrest of Mayor
Glcason, of Long Island City, charg
ing him with violation of the election
laws, was served Monday, and ho gave
bonds for his appearance in the crim
inal court Wednesday next.
Tho old filibustering steamship Ber
muda, which recently obtained n Mex
ican register and is now called tho
lioulta Juarez, is said to bo preparing
to take an expedition to Cuba She is
to sail ostensibly for Tampico, Mcx.
Tho Falls Ca's mill, Norwich, Ct.,
ono of tho largest cotton mills in east
ern Connecticut, whith had shut dowa
for several months, will start up on
full timo Monday, November 30, cm
ploying about 500 hands. Tho goods
mado aro duck, canvass and hoavy cot
Tho dross goods mill of Geo. C. nart
zcll & Co., of Chester, Fa , started
Monday morning with 200 employes.
Roaches' ship yard has secured a con
tract for tho building of a new steam
ship for tho Old Dominion line, which
means tho disbursement of betweon
5200,000 and 250,000 in wages in thia
Tho eleventh annual session of the
National Fraternal Congress of Secret
Insurance societies began in Music
hall, Louisville, Ky., at 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning witli about 150 dele
gates in attendance. The body repre
sents n membership of nearly two mil
lion, with insuranco of nearly S4,000,
000,000. A dispatch from Madrid to tho Cen
tral News says that tho new Spanish,
loan has been subscribed for to tho
amount of 570,000,000 pesetas, though
only 250,000,000 pesotas wcro required.
Tho sum total of tho loau authorized
by tho queen regent was 400,000,000
pesetas, but tho government decided
to nsk for onlv 2f0 (inn (WIY nnRntns
A Jtecelvrr Appointed.
Knoxvii-lk, Tcnn., Nov. 17. Russell
A. Clapp, president and general man
ager of the Standard Coal nnd Coko Co., '
was appointed temporary receiver of
tho company Monday afternoon.
Costly niaie'at 1'lttstiureh, !
Pitt8BUBuii, Nov. 17. Firo Monday
night in Allen Kirkpatriolc & Co,'a
wholesale grocery houso destroved
property valued at $100,000, fully" cqv
sored bv insurance