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TfT A-K6UB, TJIURBOaY. OCTOBER 1,1893.
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Line east of Peoria orrj throurt
ooaobes ana sleeping car 6 on nign
trina to prinoipl oitiea.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
atone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
ua for eetituaUs will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expenae.
Quarries 12 milea from Rock
Island on the C, B. A Q. R. B.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
Buildings can "be aeen at Boom
No. 13. Mitchell ALynde'a build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, III.
Ladies wtto value
a refined complexion must se Poaaon'a
pewma, u proouoaa a son and beaatimi
' MakinR the fcaby '
happy is a woman
ly woman's beat
pleasure. . 1 1 i a
easy to make a
healthy baby hap
py. Such a baby
l Imru happy.
Soiiles and dim
plea are as natural
to it as fretfulnesA
is to a pnny. sick-
v child. It rests with every woman wheth
er her baby shall be healthy and happy, or
pnny and miserable. If during- the period
nrecedin? maternity a woman takes proper
care of the organs upon which the perpetu
ation of the race depends, she insures the
health of herself ana cnnci. it is easy to do
this. The proper medicine is at hand.
Over qo.coo women have testified in writ
ing to the value of it.
The organs that make wifehood and moth
erhood possible are directly acted upon by
Iir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
mnkes them strong and healthy. It cures
all weakness and disease. It prepares for
latemitv. It dots awr.y with the discom
forts of the erpectant period. It' insure
baby's heallh ami makes its advent easy
and almost painless. Druggists sell more
of the " Favorite Prescription " than of all
otlnr similar medicines combined.
"I am anxious to add my testimouia! tovour
Favorite Prescription." " writes Mrs. C G. Krau-
dtn, of Fort lraiil. (ranam Co., Aria. "1 had
been nsiuK the prescription ' lor several months
frcvK'us to my connucmem, ana i am sure I
tave been benefited greatly from the time I com
menced to use it. I feel lully a well as ever I
did in my lite, t'p to the very day whea the
baby was born I did all my own housework; and
during confinement I had not the least symptoms
of fevtr. The 'ordeal' was nothing to what
The woman who owns a copy of Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser
nrobablv does not realize at once all that
she gave in exchange for it. There was the
price of Si. 50. That paid for the large vol
ume ot 1,00a pages, inen, as uay dt aay
she looked into these pages, one by one she
gave away her anxieties for her family's
health. She learned how to make her chil
dren well. In the chapters especially treat
ing of her own weaknesses, she learned the
causes and the cures. 6So,or copies have
been sold at 51.50 each. Now an edition
in strong paper covers, will be distributed
fkkk. Scnd 21 one-cent stamps to World a
In-IM-nsary Aletlical Association. Builalo,
N. Y., to cover the cost of mailing only.
S;nd 31 stamps for cloth binding.
We are showing our
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Gooda at
1806 SECOND ATEHTJEe
s often a course of
wretched years nnles he finds the retn-cuk.-!
that this one used.
Wm tflicUd twenty stmt Treat! hy
SCTcrml ehywctaiis, wiLiMut retiajf. Cnmg mmm
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MtHIaTwic lMnttiwiy cured mm. If eey eee
itouku, 1m them writ.
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DISEASES OF WOMEN.
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Wild Olive cures most cases alone. Se
vere ones need the tonic also. Both rem
edies have remarkable merit. The two
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Some relief usually m m fewghoura.
of the remedies and onr
treatise a ava..
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TRIES THE NERVES.
fl OLD FIREMAN ON THE EFFECT
OF A SERIOUS ACCIDENT!
tha TkeathU That Xlaek ThrMfk tbe
Eiiclaeanaa'B Brala Jest Batata a Col
lisioa Occurs A Smash Vp Makes a Man
Scary Ever Thereafter. '
There is something attractive about
railroad lifo fo tho nian who once en
ters it. Tbe railroad companies rarr-ly
five rjp a reliahle, faithfnl man. He
may become maimed and unfit for the
most remunerative positions and be
forced to accept some humbler plaoe
With a smaller fnl;irr uttacheil to it,
bnt it is an unwritten law with uinat of
the great railroad compuiiies that tli
inaii who is injun-il in their trvi'e
ahall be placed iu sumo juxitiou wiieie?
he may obtain his livelib.sl.
Thus it mar huip n that when you
fall iu conversation with tlxMuuu who
oecnpies a huuiblx nwitt lihourte or a
flagman's Buimty yon are talking with
one who has bait hi:,hareof excitement
and been througli experiences that
would make the hair of the average man
stand upon end. A reporter met a
switchman the other day the pathos of
whose life was expressed in the wooden
leg which he used, and as the Empire
dashed by he looked up and said :
Yes, I like railroading. I have been
in the business all my lifo and expect to
spend the rest of my days over the rails
but I am quite content to remain here
in my little cottage and tend to my flag
ging ratner than bava the position of
the man who holds tho throttle on that
big engine which just whizzed by here.
Yon may think it a snap to sit then'
nnd ride over the country at the rate of
a mile a minute, but I tell yon the man
carries a Joau ot respoiis-.binty on his
shoulders which I would not want on
mine and which the average man knows
very little about. I know something of
it, for I was rlrvman w.iue vrais ago i n
mu of the fast eiigims ami lost my 1 g
in an aneidi-nt tx'tween lu-i-e uiul Al-
jaiiy. But if 1 hud ecu it- out f that a.'
elrtent as sound as you ure I never
should have been ablo to hold mv in rv.
for any more fast trips. That finished
me for that work.'
Then if a man has been hurt in a
railroad accident it makes him scary
of that kind of work, does it?" asked
You bet it does," answered the
switchman with emphasis "and don't
let anyone fool you that it dnem't. The
man who was running that engine the
day I was hurt escaped with hardly a
scratch, but he never could keep his
time up the way he did before that and
finally was put on a freight engine.
where the running was a great deal
"I shall never forget the way he loot
ed the afternoon the smash np occurred.
Just before the crash came I looked at
him. We wero rounding a curve tlntvn
by Schenectady. ' His long pray hair
was flowing in the breeze, his face was
set and his eyes fixed on the track
All at once he jumped to his feet
and reversed the lever and exclaimed in
a start h d tone, .My uod, we are
eanphtl' It was probably not more than
half a minute after when I was lying
beneath the engine with my leg crush
ed, utterly unconscious of the fact that
a great wrec had occurred, bnt every
movement and occurrence of that half
minute is as vividly impressed upon my
mind as if it had taken weeks of time
to impress it there.
"Ashn spoke I looked through the
cab window ahead of us, and there.
within 20 rods, was a freight engine
coming straight at r., and there was no
possible chance to escape a crash. The
engineer was doing his duty. I knew
that. Ho was reversing 1 he lever, apply
ing the brakes and doing bis best to
avert what he knew was inevitable, but
I had nothing to do. and it seemed as if
everything in my life was before me in
those few seconds. I felt absolutely sure
1 was going to die. fetrange as it may
seem, the thought did not seem horrible
to me. A whole lot of the slang say'
ings, such as, 'Yon are learning to fire
here in this world so as to be prepared
for the next,' and Yon wont mind
hot job over there,' and a number of
those stale things which a fireman has
to take, came into my head, and even
in that awful position it occurred to me
in a humorous sort of way that I had
made a good start here below, or bere
above, as I might say. The next mo
ment I was thinking of my wife and
children yes, and of mother, too, who
had been dead a number of years.
man always thinks of his mother at snch
a time. But I don't think I had a par
tide of fear of death. The last thing
that was on my mind was the question!
Who was to blame for the accident?
And that is the last I remember.
"When I came to my senses, I was
in a hospital and was minus a leg.
Since then I have been constantly em
ployed one way and another by the rail
road company, but I never see one of
the fast trains go by without thinking
of that wreck. The engfueer miraculous
ly escaped with scarcely a bruise, but it
finished him for that kind of work. He
was always seeing engines ahead of him
after that, and I have heard -that mora
than once he has alowed np his train in
order not to collide with an imaginary
engine, which I have no doubt was as
real to him as it was on the afternoon
the wreck I speak of occurred. As I said
before, he was transferred to a freight
engine, but even there he was timid
and finally left the road altogether.
Yon can put it down as a pretty
sure thing that when an engineer has
been in an accident once he w minus a
good share of the nerve which it takes
lo make his rune on time to the tick,
and if he isn't on time he has got to go
sooner or later. "Rochester Deaaocrat
Momtnal suffered from fire in l "2,
1,200 retidencea aud stores being blotted
out ot e-isTcnes, the property Ices cs
leedingV 3JO.0O8. . "J
A Foolhardy aaa lMoxcraae SletuoJ at
ftotttas aa lKaa Voyafe.
In epite of the fact that the punish
meut usually meted out to those who
try to steal a free passage on a ahip is
several weeks' hard labor, with the op
tion of a fine, sfowawaya are even more
common today than they were 60 or 60
years ago. 1
Big passenger steamers, wirn their
hundreds of passengers and their scores
of stewards, sailors and stokers, afford
innumerable opportunities for stowing
Three years ago a stowaway was un
covered aboard one of the Allan liners
running between Liverpool and Mont
real He was shabbily dressed, but be
ing a big, sturdy looking fellow he was
put to w oik about the ship. When the
khip anchored below Montreal, waiting
for daylight before filtering me naritor.
ie, it is presumed, slipped quietly over
board and swam ashoare. In any ease.
when the loat touched at Montreal and
was overrun by detectives looking for a
notorious jewel robber, it was im
mediately susTxcted that the stowaway
was the robber and that he had escaped.
taking the jewels with him. He was
captured some months afterward and
confessed that when he swam ashore he
had more than 10,000 worth cf jewels
on his person.
The favorite hiding places of stow
aways are the coal bunkers and tho nar
row passages left when the Teasels are
loaded with bricks, tiles, iron pipes or
other similar cargo. These places are
extremely dangerous, and many cases
are recorded where the shifting of the
cargo has resulted in the death of some
unfortunate wretch in hiding.
During the passage of a cargo boat to
this country from Kngland the sailors
were startled the Third clay out by a
curious scratching, which was imme
diately attributed to supernatural causes.
The scratching continued for three
days and t hen grew quiet and ceaed.
When thi: hatches wero lifted at the t ml
of i be vovuue, the emaciated body of a
man was found lying on some bags of
cement. 1 he poor starving fellow had
struggled frantically to get out of the
As for our American liners, it is fol-
lv to t:y stowing away in any of them.
The United States will not receive pau
per immigrants, and captains are for
bidden to land stowaways in this coun
try under a penalty of f 2,500. A "free
passencer on ono ol these ships is
promptly clapped in irons and kept
there until the ship returns to Liver
pool, when he is brought before the
authorities. Cincinnati tuquuer.
TORTURED BY THE TONGUE
Men Who Read This Will 8rm
palhixe With Poor Junius.
"H'm!" murmured Mr. Junius from
his paper. "A man falls dead while
sinok.ng hi" nipc, and"
xlwre! cried Mrs. Junius raising
her needle and voice with the same ges
ture. "Isn't that what I've alwavs said?
And yet yoa will go on, day after day,
with tlio.e horrid old cigars and me
slaving my life away doing np luce cur
tains that mother gave ns out of tbe
very money she saved up with her own
hands keeping hens, and hard enough.
too, I can toll yon, with eggs only a
cent each the very moment hens began
laying as they ought to, and I'd like to
know where you think you 11 laud,
Julius Junius, if yon keep on smoking
your life away? Oh, but it is only a
step and for pity's sake I wish you'd
fix that ouo to the front door before
some caller trips over it and breaks the
knob with her bonnet and yon know
I've begged yon on my bended knees to
leave off before it's too late and not die
suddenly, like this man you're reading
about, with your life insurance ran out.
and bringing everlasting disgrace on
your wife's family. But what a provok
ing creature yon are, Julius Juniu?, to
sit there grinning and refusing to say a
word, and yoa know I want to hear the
rest of the particulars just as well as
As his wife stopped to coal np Mr.
Junius laid down the paper.
"The man was 9G years old," he said
softly. bomebody put a cartridge in
his pipe for a joke, and it went off and
And when Mr. Junius came in from
the evening club his wife was still flow
ing on anbrokenly. Tacks.
That Sinking Feeling.
A good story is being told on one of
Louisville's most prominent homeo
patnic pnysiciaus. Several days ago a
young woman called at his oflice, and
after discoursing on all the topics of in
terest ox the day settled down to t
him her ailments. Among other things
she said that she was greatly annoyed
with a sinking feeling. The physician
prepared a littie bottle of pills and gave
them to her, with minnte directions as
to how they should betaken. The worn
an again began to talk, and after many
vain efforts to get her ont she started
for the door, she had just opened it
when she turned and said. "Oh. doctor.
what shall I do if these pills do not cure
me- "lake the cork." he retorted.
"They tell me that's pood for a sinking
I feeling. " And uncalled the next patient
into his private office. Louisville Post.
Chose the Lees.
Mr. Wkkwire But, my dear, if yoa
discharge the girl without notice she
may make it cost as S10 or $15. Yoa
know there is an agreement about no
jars. v. ickwire Yes, and if I give
her a week notice she will manage to
, break $30 or $40 worth of china before
she goes. Indianapolia Journal.
alia LMtie joe aa naiiala Day.
"My husband played me a mean trick
"What was it?"
, "He tela sn folding beds were eell-
ing down town at 49 cents each."
I -When I got -down there they were
nsmmorri "Chicago Record.
COST Of" FIRING Bi'G GUNS.
aaa of the Prarttce Khoatiaa; Iadalged
la aUew. Aaaj a ante at Moewy.
The days ur lung post when we Eiic-
lish sang in a free and easy way:
Two Jolly Frenchmen and one Pnrtngtw.
One jolly EmjhNbman could lu-k them all throe.
We ore ready enough now to give tmr
possible adversaries all credit for pi nek
ami perhaps for technical skill, and yet.
as regards practice in tho use of their
weapons, wo still have them at an im-
measurable disadvantage. This factor
commonly omitted from newspaper
com pari hoc, but it would probably have
more weight than any other in deter
mining the issue of an actual struggle.
Two duelists may eueh have Iho 1 waits
aud each the best Damascus blades, but
if cue has feu times more practice lu the
art of fencing than the other it i long
tHlils that he will . in. So it is with our
navy. It has a far greater know liilge of
shiM, a-quired by actual tiring practice,
than any other power. And the reason
of this is precisely liecatise such knowl
edge is a very expensive, thing to ac
quire, and Kngland is tho only uatiou
that cares to ufford it.
It is probable that where France.
the next naval power, sjiends a mil
lion In sea cruising and gun firing, we
spend five. From every gun in our navy
having a caliber of 10 inches and under
there are tired each quarter eight rounds
of ammunition by way of practice and
from all guns heavier than 10 inch four
rounds a quarter, irrespective of tbo ad
ditional rounds ns'-d in the annual
prize firing. " Tho heavy expenditure
involved in this item alone may be hint
ed at by observing that every full round
nred from a o inch gun costs 16. from
au 8 inch gun I'UO, from a 12 inch gun
1.'8 and from the It!. 2.1 inch, or 1 10
ton gun, as much as l"loo. And these
figures are only a small part of t hi
story, for the life of a very heavy gun
is not a long oue, and though a 6 inch
gun can tire ns many as oOn rounds. 70
or SO full rounds are the limit of the
110 ton. After iiriug that amount they
will both require a new inner lube, a
costly matter tnougli. Chambers' Jour
nal. A a She Tic wed Iter Present,
An amusing incident recurred at a
fashionable v dding iu 1 j union. One
friend, who determined to save her
money aud credit at the same time, took
a broken earring to a famous jeweler of
Bond street and ordered the little stone
to bo set us a scarf pin for the groont
As she sagely remarked, "It does me
no good, ami coming from such a fa
mous establishment they uro sura to
prize it and think I paid a lot of
money." When the package was re
turned from the shop, the wedding gnet
failed to examine her proposed present,
and merely dispatched it with her card
and compliments.' Imagine her disgust,
when strolling through the rooms where
tho bridal gifts were displayed, to find
a dozen people about her offering, and
aeh ono sn.i'iut'. 1 or a moment kIip
hesitated, then pressed forward, and lo!
there was the prerions white satin cov
ered box beariug tho prized name, it is
true, but, alas, below, "From repairing
department;" mid even worse than all.
resting ou the blue exit ton beside the
pin, waa an old broken bit of earring
returned by the conscientious liriu.
lied. Scarce la R
Beds are quite au innovation in Rus
sia, and many well to do houses are
stiil unprovided with them. Peasants
sleep on the top of their ovens. Middle
class people and servants roll them
selves np in the sheepskins and lie down
near the stoves. Soldiers rest upon
wooilen cots without bedding, and it if
only within the last few years that stu
dents iu sch'Xjls have been allowed beds.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidnevs
will nnd the true remedy in hiectric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whisky
nor other intoxicant, but acta aa a
tonic and alterative. It acta mildly
on the atomach and bowels, adding
strength and giyin? tone to the or
eans. thereby aiding natnre in the
performance of tbe I unctions, r.iec
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it inst exactly what they need. Price
50 centa per bottle at Hartx & Ulle.
taeyer a drug store.
Pitas! Piles: PUee!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at oner.
acta aa a poultice, gives instant re
relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared only for piles
aud itching of the private parts, and
nothing else, tvery oox is guaran
teed. Sold by druggista. aent by
mail for 50 centa and f 1 per box.
Wiiliams M'r'o Co.. Prcpa.. Cleve
land. Ohio, ror aaie ty all drug
naaaain- Oarael la a Day.
"afvatio Cure" for rheumatism
and nauralt-ia cures in 1 to S dsys.
Its action upon the syatem ia re
markable and mBterioaa. It re-
movaa at once tbe cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves. 76 cents.
Sold b Otto Grotian. druggist. Boek
Island, and Guat bcblegel Son, S20
Wsst Second street. Davenport.
Uanj of your frlecda, or pecp'e
whom you know of. have contracted
consumption, pneumonia, or oiber
fatal diseases by neglect oi a simp'e
cold or courh. Foley's Ilcney t nd
Tar. safe, sure and' pleasant cough
... ... . ,
medicine, wool i nave ssvea tuem.
It Is guaranteed, bold by M. F
Children Cry for
on the wash board,
washed week after
soap that was ineffectual to dissolve a
the dirt. There's
cheap soap that's
the clothes as well as
want the soap that's
or too strong, get
It drives the dirt out
clothes. It washes ?qually well the coarsest,
dirtiest woolens and the finest, most delicate lin-
F ens and laces. Preserve
i Sjr U.?AAAg fcJtAAAL&l. VltU9 fcJOllJJa p
Bold VwrrTWherna. 6r. tb raka. Usui, nnlv few i
THE . K- FA1RBANK COJIPANV.
XrAjf jTrJ- CHICAGO. e-T-VVvn v
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Jsvokaon fc Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Oflee la Boca Island national back alldhuj.
e a WAua
Qwoeney tc T7selker,
Attorneys snd Counoellora at Lsw
Otteaia BanejrUm block.
Charlea J. ftearle.
Attorney st Lsw.
Local haslneee of all kind, nnmrot aatenrfaA
to Mtatc-e Attorney of Bock llne coaatj.
vu. rsBausni uieJCSK
HoEttiry 6c, Ur.wlry.
Attorneys at Lsw.
Oosa. Reference. Milt bell lynde, kaUUra
one. Poatoeiee Block.
Physician sad Surgeon.
Offlee, Baret bieek, S9s Twentieth eereat.
Office Hours tn 11 a. m 1 to I and T to I p
Dr. Chats. M. lXoWrta OTA.
Eye, Ear, Koae and Throat Only.
Oaea, Whlttaker Black, aootawwrt career Thlrs
ad Brady atreeta, OavanpaTV Iowa. Heoau ft
and IS. Hour: to 11 a. ai 1 14 n. au
Architects snd Superintendents.
Boom fj, Mitchell A Liada nUdlct- Saeuid
GZO. P. tTAUSTJHAat
Plana and maertntnidftaee for an tlinn a
baUettaaa. Rooms ta Unmf blork.
Henry Ottetje, Prop.
Cut Flowers snd Designs of all
Stt store, lew Second svqnae Teieoboaa una
pan i mis.
Dr. John E. ATawtliornet.
How pejtal Parian, ever Bna G
DfwjewMe. Tatie avenue and Twsettett
SS wAaat ataiiiuilaisa'A ar ekfla- atal
Dr. J. D. Unansat,
OSes, Boost a. Whltaker Black, earner Third
aaa raaj streets. iMvenin.
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
because it was
week with cheap 1
another kind of
too strong eats
the dirt. If you
neither too weak
without iniurv to the
your clothes and your
w -cu "
Executor's Notice. .
Ertite of Amszuva Thornton, deceased .
The nnrleiianed havirs net a apnoinied rtara.
tor of the lat will and testament of Amaaiah
TnoniK.n, late cif tbe ronnljr of Hock Island,
.late of Illinois, deceased, ben-h? etre. ihhk.
tn.T be will apiiear tof-fore the eoniiiv court of
Hock I .land conatv. at the crane of ttie elerk rf
eaid court, ia the city of Uock Idand, at the No.
vemorrierm, en rne nri airno.jr in November
aext. atwhleh time all nerarma havtnr rlaima
atainat .aid estate ate ntititted and r.-quertcd I.
attend for the nunwve of havine the mk. ad.
j OS red. All I eieoue fodehtod lo eaid eaiat. are
reqnertrd to make Immediate mect lo the aa-
Dated thia Mth day of Aocan. A. TV. 1.
J. a. Raru. Ksecafcir.
STATS tP IL-JNOiB, I..
la the Circuit court, September term, A. D.
M. at Biuret on vs. Patrick Gnr rWreca in
rftldavltof the rrrti.reld-oee of f'.trkk
(irr.-t Rovre. th auore defraUai. that hi.
Kiaor or reriuorce i. aaunosa and Dial aron doe
snd ililiKcnt inqiilrr can not lie aerertaiimi, liavmc
been Sled ia tbe clerk's office tit in. raraii
CJrt of said count r, notice la therefore bere-
nv eiven to ice said nn-rrtietit dt-fendanl.
that the romi-lalnant filed hi. bill of com
llalnt In the Mid court on the chancery .irtn
thereof on the Vh d.w of Als:ir, A. D. Islet,
and that .. Simon, was issued t Hereon out of
aaiaennrv a nerein ail eon i. now prod ire.
returnable on the flrst Monday in in. mono, .,r
Jannary nest, as w by law reoalred.
How, nolens you. tbe raid non-mieetit de
fendant above tiamrd, I'atrlek (int( Bun-a-esa,
snail persocallf be and appear h. fore
the said drenlt court on the Bra; day of the
next term thereof, to be holdea at Rock l-lan-l.
In end for eaid county, on the fr.t Monday in
January Bex', and plead, enswrr or demor
to the eai! complainant's Mil rfcomplalnt. tho
same and tbe matters therein charged and stated
win ne aaaen a. conicrsea ana a decree entered
cainst you accordinc to the nnr of amid hill.
. . ... " Maaic ra.
Boek Island. I1U Set.1 . ?a. 18DC
f Tcausoa A ataaeaai.1., Complainant's Solicitor.
Hocft Ck Dptjcno,
llepresentirut araonx oUier time
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
Roebeater Oerata Ixs Oa...,
Weetrheater Plra ....
....Rochester. H T
Buffalo, M T
. Vaacheator. N if
.. .Vlliwai:ke. Wis
.Sew Haven. Coaa
Mermaa Pies ....
Mllarante. Mecasclca' ....
teennty - ....
Office corner Eigbteenth street and
Second avenue, aeeond Cojt.
j n. dufohDsj
The a d Fire and TISAe-Med
Companies Bapeama ad.
Bate as low as aay reliable; romauiy caa ater J
Toor p rtnaara Is aollc'd jd.
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