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THE ABQTJB. TPEBDAY. DECEUBETt 24. 1C35.
It& a wieij
aw, wawsWasw. Tlffc)Ur
flas jumped imto public favor on
account of its size and qualttcns
a Great Big Piece
OF HIGH GRADE TOBACCO FOR
DISEASES OF EYE. EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS.
STOMACH, SKIN AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
CURED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Rooms 36 and 37, McManus Building, corner
Second and Main streets, Davenport, Iowa.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to S p. m.
Five Ter Cent Interest Paid on Deposits;
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Fstate Security.
t M Brmnn, Pres'dcnt.
Joe Cmmai-en, Vic President.
P Uuuiolt, CmUi,
Began bnslnees Ja'yS. KM), and occupy tbe
B.B. cor. Mitchell Lrult'i new bolld'ng.
8EIVER8 & ANDERSON
COffraACTORS and BUILDERS.
All VA nt earpentar
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
EVERY WOn3 AN
set mil reliable, monthly, reralstlns medleiae. Onlr lisimham nJ
tMiarmidr.gssbfcdBWejs4. u joa want the best, get
Dr. PaaS'c Percmrroval Pills
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w, qr ur. iTwip, rt. ard esrtajsi
- eiMfiteic,jj.n AUX4.1SAI.UiCiaaA. Ueveiaad.u,
For sale nt Harper House Pharmacy, Rock Island. 111.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENTJF.
Shop on Vino street. ROCK ISLAITD.
in the lead
Incorporated Under the
C F Lyvde,
II P Dall.
x w ncit,
Jjlouo A iirorr, 8olletun.
Von don't liave ro
stew around to get
them ready. Open
the can and yon' 11
find them moist,
fresh and relish'
able. They're deli
cions either hot or
At an green. 10c 15c and 20c.
Hrod e for portace sad we wlA
send yon a .ample cu.
VAN CM PACKING CO..
Uenerat Johton? Hiw on abort notice
aud satisfaction guaranteed
tn resel. Try rer-nrne fDr. IWI'D wwswedim.
ON HENNEPIN'S BANKS.
Maws of HlmlitMM l.f reel from
Mllaa atad Vicinity.
Milan, Dec. 23. Friday afternoon
a very pleasing program was given
oy tne pupus 01 Miss .aitb vavis in
room No. 1 to a large audience. . The
room was decorated with flags and
banting, a noticeable decoration be
ing an arch over the teachers's desk
and platform representing the
Seven Bella of Brandon." The
pupils of the higher grade were in
vited to attend and they responded
to the call and were well pleased.
Santa Clans made his appearance
ana presented tbe little folks with
popcorn, peanuts and candy. In.
strumental music was furnished by
Charles and Miss Clara Rage, which
was well appreciated by the audi-
ence. This was the nicest enter.
tainment given for some time. The
school directors were unable to at
tend, and it is queer that men folks
fail to appear at an entertainment of
this kind. There were but two gen
tlemen present. The program was
Mu.ie Manhattan Reach March
Pong. Ola bants Clans sat School
Winter Willie furr
Minn c to Dolly Blanche Kell
Five Little Squirrels Liul- -
Bong. I hree Jews Dolly and Love
Grmcdpa's Way David Kieary
A eon of Christmas... Madge Burr
Tbe Punctuation Faxlly Keren children
aiuaic u neno wain
December Once Walker
Mr Dolly.. . Bervl Wlllhile
Cbr.tmte Carl DIamey
L.itue aioiner LoveTrTi
It the Boje and Girl Will LiMen.. . j
Sinr a Bong Bald Lovell
Binilea' Kraakftst Mamie Chrialy
Moaic-The Directorate vareli
What tie Mother Goose Children Want for Christ
ong. Merry Christmas Belli School
Baby Bine Mjrtle ne
Woik a Place for All Jewie BluomSeld
A Aangbty Little Girl Wl lie Tengps
Sog. who Wi:i Bny My Po Corn Kieht girla
Pneey'i Lfnoa .....Dolly WiilUme
Fle IIovb in a Kow Five bo.i
Children Among tbe Flowers Lenn'eKell
MnU Cans' Secret Be h Heath
Bovn, I'm Just a Little School Girl
Cirt ttnas Carol Mx B-s
I am a Hunter Willie rolenberg'er
i.eniraine koh... juiuie wiimin
eon, Santa Clane and the Monte Fire Girla
A t'kri-iman ecret ...Goldie Bakt-r
Freddie and His Mamma ..Blarcbe Kell
Seven Little Bells of Brandon ftven Pupils
8on. I Don't Want to Flsy in Toar Yard
Minnie Wilaon and G Idle Biker
Baby's First Christmas Toys Liz tie Phiiebar
Mueic ..lion-ymoon Marcb
Sooxand Marcb, The Jolly-eum-iaitle-
te-bang Company Tclrt.ee Biys
Mnsic Home. Sweet Home
The following were not absent
since the beginning of school in. Sep
tember, in room No. 1: Clement
Baker, Ercles Caronthers, George
Fitzsimmons. David Kie?ey, Lennie
Ken, crea eitbei, Willie eitbel,
Jessie Bloomfield, Goldie Baker,
Edith Bastian, Beth Heath, Blanche
Kell, Gertrude McCullough, Lizzie
Phiiebar, Mary Stegmaler, Edith
Walker. Beryl Willhite. Delia Fitz-
Eimmons, Dolly Williams, Bennie
Prizes for perfect lessons in the A
class were awarded Millie Wilson,
book Wide, Wide World; Clement
Baker, book Black Beauty; Mamie
Christy, book Uncle Tom's Cabin.
B class Beth Heath, Beryl Willhite,
Blanche Kell a doll each. C Class
Harold Lovell, Goldie Baker. ' Best
in deportment, Delia Fitzsimmons,
At the Town Hall.
Friday evening rocm No. 2 gave a
splendid entertainment at the town
hall to a small bnt appreciative au
dience. On account of bad roads a
great many people who wished to be
present did not come and by request
the entertainment will be again pre
sented wun minor cnanges in the
program. As it was about 15 was
made clear of expenses. The school
directors also took part. Dr. George
a. Wiggins read tbe program and
William Goldsmith sold tickets. The
program is appended:
Sons. Fling- Oat the School Honse Flag School
Bo.' ttignts Four buvs
What Are We Good For? 1 hree glils
Recitation, tbe Goblins Katy Mneber
Chri.tmssoa the "Polly" Mamie Wilsra
Origin or the Bacj j Allen Williams
Go.p Fonr girls
The Surprise Two children
Mnaical selection. .Miss Clara and Charles Huge
Bee lit Ion Two lif.le maidens
BetitatUD, An Awrul Blunderbuss
Christmas Star Ten girls and 10 boys
Mediation, My Doll Mentis Uaxon
My kilten Bum Andersin
The Baby Know Aigi.t chi dren
Boys' T.Ik Fonrbovs
Kecitation Mabel Breoeue
.The Children's WUhcs Six children
tons. The Tramp Bryant V'andrnff
Dialogue. Tbe Day After Christmas.
'I hree Children
Bee tation Bonnie Br. d tte
The Molen CnVard ..Caarles Flti'immoes
The OU Fi.herttso K Al-im;
Song, Jolly ,Boys By the Uovs
Dialogue From Down East
Jeremiah Pike. Cyrns U McLangblin: Mrs.
butannsh rlke, MrCle R Cainighnn;
Araeclla Wilro-. Katherine fthtll
man: Ma y Wl son. Jeinie Mat
Ihew.: Aileron West
field. Brace Ulrton.
GoolNijht Kizi Qiartct
John and Oscar Soloman left Mon
dav for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Wilhite left for
The Columbia Paper company of
bears ebut down last bunday.
Miss Minnie Sandford. of Danbury,
Conn., is visiting with Mrs. Elizabeth
Bradley over the holidays.
Sandford Bingman -and Harry
Witberell, of Bowling, were the guests
01 manes xsover last Sunday.
Frank Goldsmith and familv. of
Rock Island, are visiting with Mr
and Mrs. William Goldsmith this
Invitations are out for a social
and dance to be given ly tbe M. W
W. A. lodge 67, at the town hall Fri
day evening, Dec. 27.
Harry Kudendytncr and wife, of
Cambridge, are on their way to Iowa
City and they are spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mc
Michael. Phillip Graham, on Sam McCon
nell's farm in Black Hawk, gave a
dance to his neighbors and. friends
Monday night. Everybody reported
an immense tims.
The. bhoolin match held at J. F.
Bingmans last Saturday waa a grand
access and everybody reports a
good ' time. George Go to bed dis
posed oi 23 turkeys.
Fred and Benjamin Honens, wbo
have been attending school at Cham
paign, returned home to - spend the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Honens. on Dickson .street.
J. L. Vanderslice, overseer of the
first division of the Illinois and Mis
sissippi canal, of Bureau.- moved
into Charles Thompson's residence
on Third street. Milan always wel
comes a new citizen.
A shooting match will be riven bv
the Blaser brothers Jan. 1, 1896, at
the farm of John Blaser on Warren
creek, which will consist of turkeys.
oysters ana cigars., ine snooting
will commence at 10 a. m.
The Presbyterian church asrreed
not to have the entertainment which
was to have been given Christmas
eve, Dec 24. The members and
scholars are requested to meet this
evening and receive their presents.
An entertainment will be eiven at
the M. E. church Christmas eve,
Dec. 24, which will consist of reci
tations, songs and dialogues. Santa
Clans will appear and he will present
me annaay scnooi scnoiars with a
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Simpson, of
Cordova, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Ohaver, of Bawling. Mrs. P.
Ohaver is quite sick with the inflam-
atory rheumatism. They stopped on
their return at Milan with Grandma
Zahn Friday night.
No More Sparrow Shooting;.
The small boy can lay away his
tru n Thsra will Via n n mnv n--
row shooting in Rock Island, Mavor
ruui yesieruay aiternoon instruct
ing the nolice tn enforce tha mill.
naoce pertaining to the dis
charge of firearms. The deter
mination to forbid this Han.
gerous practice was reached after
several complaints were made to the
mayor concerning minor accidents
resulting therefrom. Saturday Mrs.
Georo-e Fnstnr. whiln anatotl n h
residence at 722 Twenty-fourth
street, was struck: in the shoulder
with a couple of shot which came
through the window. She escaped
injury. Yesterday a more serious
accident neenrrnd tn 'hr-loa ik.
little son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Cloudas, 415 Eighteenth street, he
receiving an entire load of shot in
the left leg while playing with a com
panion in qnest of sparrows. Dr.
Comep-vs attended the littln follnw
and removed the shot. It is high
time tnat tbis shooting was stopped,
and boys caught using guns here
after within the city limits will be
Police Court Pickings.
Peter Hedlino-. of 728 Snvonth
avenue, was arrested yesterday on
complaint oi nis wiie. reter bad a
jag and threatened to demolish the
There was finite a virions fioht nn
the corner of Svpntppnth droit ond
Third avenue about 11 o'clock last
night between Barney Shehan, C. M.
T " I . . .
iveiscy ami Clarence Aiart. rney
were all drank. Mart had his face
somewhat disficrnred. Thev vera
each fined $5 and costs.
Herman Thorns and Fddin Krnaa.
the pigeon thieves, were bound over
to toe circuit court too ay unaer three
and two charges of burglary, re
spectively, bonds being fixed at $100
i i . . .
iui cacu ensrge. uonn ivav, wno
bought the pigeons, was placed un
der 1200 bonds to await the cranri
jury's action for receiving stolen
Care for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in
fluence. We urge all who are ' af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cures by giving the needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of this medicine. Try it
once. ' Large bottles only 50 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Twenty-eight Honrs to Atlanta, Ga.
via Rock Island & Peoria railway,
Cincinnati .and famous Q. &C. route.
Choice of trains. Leave Rock Tslnml
at 8:05 a. m. or 1:45 p. m. Arrive
Atlanta at 12 m. and 10:40 p. m.,
respectively. Solid vestibuled train
of Pullman sleepers, dining cars,
etc., via Q. & C. route. Low rates
now in effect on account of Cotton
States exposition. For farther in
formation inquire of
R. Stockhousk. G. P. A.
Kbeoisustasm Cared tm Dsty, 1
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock 1s-
iana ana uust. scbiegel & Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
of one-and-one-third fare for round
trip to all points not farther distant
than 200 miles will be in effect via
R. I. & P. railway, account of Christ
mas and New Year's holidavs. Tick
ets sold Dec. 24, 25, 31. 1895, and
Jan. 1. 1896. good to return until
and including Jan. 2.
ror KMwey Troatbesa
there is nothing better than Clinic
Kidney Care. Everyone who tries
it will agree to this. For sale at M.
F. Bahnsen'a drug store.
Children Cry for
tot-row Will he Celebrates! ka
Tomorrow being Christmas the
usual holiday customs will be ob
served in the suspension of business
generally. Public offices and banks
wiu be closed all day, while the post-
office will remain open until 10 a. m.
with but one deliverv. The office
will be open until 9 o'clock tonight.
At Trinity church there will be
services at 11 o'clock tonight and
midnight, and 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
tomorrow, the latter being the chil
At St. Joseph's church there will
be early morniner high mass at 5
o'clock; and services at 8 and 10:30
a. m. with special music at the last
There will be services at St. Mary's
Catholic church. High mass will be
sung by a chornsof 30 voices, accom
panied by a full orchestra. Services
will begin at 5 and 10:30 a. m.
The Vincent-Streeter enmnanv
Commenced a week'a eno-norement
Harper's theatre last evening, pre-
a An tint 4lsa kietAitiAal TaaV a,Aa.J
drama, "Inshavogue," to an audience
II 1 1 ., m..
wen lining me nouse. J. ne company
is a verv cansibl. one anrl var-isa it.
entertainments with some up-to-date
specialties invariably far between in
the ordinary popular priced organi-
zations. ".isita'S" periormances are
very clever, his vanishing of objects
being sufficient to set anyone to
mere is nothing uncertain, it
would seem, abont the o-nnrl imnrca.
sion that is being created by the
piay cranic Mayo nas made of Mark
Twain's Missouri story, "Pudd'n
head Wilson." Ever increnainc au
diences are tbe rule everywhere.
Folks are finding out that "Pudd'n-
neaa wuson ana tee otner Missouri
folks from Dawson's Landinc em
very entertaining and they -tell a
wuuueriuiiy gooa story, a story tnat
is laid on lines far removed from
the ordinary; in fact, all reports pre
ceding the entertainment proclaim
: . .. m . i . i i
it uuc ui iua uiusfc cnjoyaoie ever
offered upon the stage. Mr. Mayo
comes to the Burtis this evening.
My Wife's Friend," to be present
ed tomorrow afternoon and even I no-
at the Burtis, is a lively, amusing,
exciting and diversified comedy. A
muruugmy competent company ana
liberal stacinc are the essential ele
ments of this entertainment. One
ni the most satisfactory and success
ful comedies of the day. There is a
happy combining of the comic and
serious elements, and the songs are
new and catchy. William C. An
drews.1 in the principal comedy part
-Bill Bartz," has a part that fits him
in every way, and has won well de
served Draise for his internretatinn
of this quaint character.
Bncklen'a Arnica. Helve
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 oents per
box. For sale by Harts ft Ullemever.
Children Cry for
PIIIEOLA COUGH BALSAM
is excellent for all throat inflammations and for
tives will invariably
derive benefit from
its nse, as It quickly
tbatea the couch.
tion easy, assisting
nature In rentoiing
There is a large per
centage of those who
suppose their cesses
to be conaemntioa
who are only .offer
ing rrom a enronl
cold or aeeo seated conch, often areravatad he
catarrh. For catarrh ate Ely's Cream Balm. Both
remedies are pleasant to nse. Cream Balm 50c per
bottle: Pineola Balsam Sftc at Druggists. In qusn-
iiiica- ui w win oeuver on receipt oi amount.
ELY BUOTHEBS. h Warren St.. New York.
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avenue ano xweniy-tnird street. Hock Island.
are tbe moat rowntrct.. sin. mirrmd rk
iablb, of Uii alnd in the market 1 be original
and only eenuirn Wosin'i eaLvarioM. Ark
yoardraggiet if he doa't kp them, write direct
to as and we will send it oiiect upon receipt of
pnee. ei, seaice, ay mail I renain. A. w. atelSS
Koartk avenue aud Twixty tLirl street. Sock
-.torn as swla. auur-raUlnarl Write CM:
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Baking: Powder is itself a Nutritious Food.
No other powder has this quality.
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It inviirorates and
"T rkiirifiaoe rA onrirhoo t Vi a
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It cures d-spepsis liver and kidney
U uuua. oiotcnes, ueouuy. qesponaency, aizzineso, female diseases, alandular ilZ
pm. enlargements, wasting of the body, heartburn, impure blood, insomnia, jaundice,
indigestion, lassitude, malaria, mental tnrnnr. rheumatism mnirwlfri n... L.I
fr prostration, paralysis, pimples, salt rheum, scrofula, etc.
0 It strikes at the root of
t) moving the cause.
a it nas a marvelous effect on the stomach, liver and bowels.
$) REMARKABLE CURES.
HEADACHE AfTD DYSPEPSIA.
Wra. H. C. Ayer. of Rlchford. Vt ,
writes: "After haying catarrhal fver la
March.! was left very much debilitated
and had dyspepsia to bad I eiald scercely
eat anything. A small amount of food
wonld cause bloatinr and a burning sensa
sation in the pit of tbe stomach, with pain
and much soreness In my side and a great
desl of headache. My physician seemed
- unable to brlp me and I continued ia this
conditio j until 1 took Dr. Kay's Henovator.
which completely cored me. Too much
cannot be satd in its praise. My sister was
alro troubled very bad with a horning pain
In stomach, which had troubled ber cob
stantly for a lomg time, causing her a
great amonnt of suffering and kept her
poor and debilitated and caused her tone
very wakeful. Bhe,' ton, hat taken Dr.
Kay's Renovator and was entirely cured of
tbe burning sensation ia the stomuch and
can now eat tbe same as before her sick
ness. Sbe sleep well and ia gaining in
, I is pleasant and easy to take, perfectly safe and never diaagr.es jM
witn tne stomach. It is in tablet form and is mad. from concentrated ex- V 4
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"0 year sddress and name of this paper
) Book of Valuable Kecelpta and a Treatise on
$ DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR. 5
r-T) Boja by druggists. Prices, 25o and
wV dress for onr booklet. to oar Western Office
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T. H. THOMAS.
For sale by Harts Ullemeyer, SOI
Buy, Sell' and Manage
property. Collect Rents. .
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
' can afford.
Tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At.
Harper Honse Block.
Tunmn dath coqos
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladles From a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business honrs.
Gymnasium connected with be th
wax vxx r.:z yi:::s.
fc-it l-cfFEu'S CII7.rri til
It acta UMrerfully and Oateklr. Cares waea suf
others faft. YoeneSBen twaaiwlost manhund: ok
neryoauiiai varus. AlHlslily.asr.
auaseeei aat vsrre ja evaa
ainisiy, MlaWSi w
elsaea an. railhar Id'
eassa, eaaeVI efrrU f tit ebess sr ezeesaes and
tntiKtrtym. Wards oar Insanity aad eoBsampUoa.
isuw .e.mwas'si- impow awonaiMBsiiDHiists on
?roe becaoM Ityteld. a greater proSa, Inetstoa haw-
i be earned In vest p. eu Prepaid plata wree.
-. aa per boa. or at fvr ata.
Kb A Pewtsiwe)
w,Pajpb let free. HoMbydrsani
raae-ratk aavfcasICAA. AAwfaT. Tl
wnsv. "'"usrv. ra-Derr- - V OaaT
eld by Harts CUsaaeer iu I. U
rpnnvafpc tln wlsf.lA riMA.M a J '
w..w.t..w W...V, nuvi 9jrb,U auu
It is the best Nerve J ,
diseases, constipation, headache, bilious-
the matter and cures byre
CONSTIPATION AND HEADACHE.
0iB, Neb, RcpU Hub. 1895.
Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co. Oenta: Ko
Plyice to -our inquiry asking what results
1 had with yonr Hr. Kay'a Renovator,
snmld say that I obtained great relief and
am now well, la the Ann; place I had La
Utippe, and It waa a long time before It
.eemrd to leave me. then it turned Into
Malaria and I have taken quinine cnoeirh
to kill a nersoa, bet got no relief until 1
commenced taking yonr Dr. Kay'a Heno
vator. I bad indigestion, a eerere head
ache and blind and dir.zy spells, and it
would seem like there were threads of Sre
and little sun before my eves. I am
glad to say that after taking one box of
your Renovator I expeilcnctd great relief,
and before tbe second box was gone I
waa well and have had no return of
tbose distress spells: thanka to your Ren
ovator. I can't help but recommend it
ta suffering humanity.
MRS. C. A. ADAMS.
Sixth and Martha streets.
runes as many doses as found In (
and we will send Toa'free "Dr.
Kav-a Rand 1
It is said
by some to be worth S3.
$1. Call on agents, address below or send ad-f
...5!;Jlf!?H''JT.v elve WrHtee I fksv M esssaiaa end all a.
SAMlslfJitaiMtgT. CaarsalMltan lr LttAI IWmwaswwaf Seaaina-all.
E'lS!? youua and mtddlMa ai.n aud women, la. awful effi-!tsci( ToOtH
FI.L lEKKOKS, ahninkM or UD-le..topM ora.iv. wfiakana, tinruu Ik-biiUr. HWhtlr
Einuatons, ConsumMlon, lnaanity, Ezhaasune dralna and kaa of pmr oi uu a.
rrativ. Oraaas. anhtuaa; o for study, busuos aad mairuure. tm euleklyeurad br
Dr. Radrinea BpaalWh Merve siralaa. Tbey not onlr t-nrr br .tartlng- at tOL
of dkMiie. but are a srrwU. kr.kVE TeMICl aad RUMIS Kt ILFw. brlnei.
back the plak slaw t. aala cbeek and nvtorliig Ui. V I UK Sr a OI'TM to Cu3
pattmt. r 1n.1L SI. SO p-r boa or d for b with rilMnamuI.Mi.a.
seTaad the aaaawy. Hook Crsa, aeaalah A tree airala Cii.a asaa, b.w lark.
Hucsinj d Hooft
Bepresenting among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester. W T
Westchester Fire NewVork
Buffalo German HtiS.u, w y
Spring Gordon " ..riladelphla
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Becaritr " Kew Haven. Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth atrvnt
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone Mo. 1047.
Bepresenting over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIBE. LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI
DENT. MABINE, EMPLOr
Bonds of Suretyship.
Ulca- Sscgstonl block. Hock Isls
Secare oar rates; they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
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