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Ul'IIIJ III I I II II I III I r --v- I iwm UF RAM WAV eiun w-r I
lYMIOLLft IU JUIft UOi
iiii fi X I I fr III llllll 11 I " " n-.r..v t eg
GUDan Business Men nave a
Scheme of Annexation
SATISFIED Of PATH'3 rAILUBF.
OaalJ No Kttmm AatnMmy If Gr.at.4
-l-''f" Murder trial I. Mew
Jt.ady f. r t. Jar) t-r.imln.at Wr
lltra liMM'l.aoa. 1st. Krs ol
Mstaazas Cabs. Oii. 13 Tho
business clement here and at Havan
and elsewhere icemt to hare arrive.!
at tha conclusion that Spain cannot
emi thj war on the basis of Cabsi
naton-my as then, a-e not enough
loyal eutonimlsta to hold the offices.
That eren It placed in power it will
not ba able to protect life and prop,
wty. Ia view of this leading busi
ness men are cocamonlcatinp with
badness men in other parts of the
island as to the future It is ex
pected a niij jrity wll favor annexa
tion to the United States. If so
found a d. legation will go to the
Unite! States and lat.or with the
business men to secure their Infla
ence toward sc-enring annexation.
I tUMj.r; o Nm Ont.
fchlentfo, Oct. 18. S'.atc's Attor.
ney Dtiiieeu bv.au thn :i sitj aru
mciit f .r the pr. seen t ion int:i Luet
Kert c.i-e t' ii l i' tnitL'. Tho stucco
was ! -icul, forceful and powerful
towar I iht! i Itinc. Liu lm t was n.
tieetlv n.-rvo i. The nivmbers of
the jury pM tho ciosrt auction
A recess was t urn at noon for an
hour-and-n-hilf. 1. nttn is expected
to conp'u le at h1 utS It win take
the jtn''o an h .ur to r!livr his in
"tructi jcs, and tho csso will then bu
final!? turned over to thi i.irt.
JildjTH Tui-hill's intruoii.)iq were
"cry ixhH:ivvt .,verfotr nil tho
point rareful. y. lo pirt ther were
...n .-c. i, r iv-nvwuon, tti i
"tafMuot prove ln-joa ! a ronsori
aUu doubt aud to a moral certainty:
Kir.-st, h't Louisa Lurtyoit is dead.
Second, that sbo tia-no to her
death May t in I hi e -unty.
Third, that f.'ie'eer. willfully, m
llelortslT anl felor i sly (.f rua'ice
aforethought kin. d her by soo'O of
the various mews eha-cd ia the in
tllctroent nr by means uuknown. The
harden cf proof rests npno the pioe
contion to jirore to tho satisfaction
of tho j-iry every rtistHrlnI alie'ntion
in the icdictment. Unless that i done
the j try slmnM jHl thj prisoner
rot p.ii ty. IUsntitlecrtruttnttipnn
the di'frndsrjt t ; r-.vo tSe w l inn 1
alive, Imr where'ints or what has
boccnie i r hrr. If it Is p siblo t.i
rer- neilo H o fuel ia the c-.so upon
any resxiiia'.lu theiry consiu-ut
with tho innooenco 'if tho defend tut,
it your Ou'r tj fiu-i him njt
Ttm V. "! rrr.
Kdwards. Mi-s , O.t. 13 Focr
new eais and three deaths sit.ee yo."
terda;, wi-h tho general situation
mure nctami;:r.t; than at anv pre
vioos time, 1 tsj jiKo.v fever rec
Ke k t " . ar.. i K-i. 13 At 1 . Vock
the h .rd if l.oa't r-o irt.id 13 nt, v
rap and siiiMis todsy.
l'rorr'Tl wr Mrarp1
Wvhi-v-ion, tKit. 13.A1m.fhil
John 1.. i rn, retired, died in this
City t. '-j. 1 lc r:-inninti(!el Ibn! Mon
itor durirj toi rrf ment with the
Merri !m m IIra..toa Koids durin
the la'e w.r.
i-i. t; iMi.iit.
London, t t. lS.Salisbnry tel---prsphs
th A.r.e;ntri l'ress thit
there is ao:,;ti truth in th
story pob!ih.'d in thi c ty that the
prcm tr i aui.m, nn account t,t ill
health, that ao esrlv reconstruction 1
ol the cat'inet be made.
ritlsbnrur. On. IS Ii U di-Tn
errd that th-3 eir viets n KiversiJc
penitentiary h-e been miXin;' coun
terfeit L Vf d.!l:trs Rn t mme are ia
oir-olatiai' in!tdo thep ison.
s trtrou iln, r-t
WVihinton, Oct. IS. Sarpeon
(Jercral B f, of the nnvy, he pri!.
ident's fsuiily physirian," died tbii
PnhHh for Th wt
Koyal makrs the loed pure, B
ybwIeioaM and delicious.
the Drrlaring of Strihem
Plan of federatfon ratified by the ccr.fer-
) " V1 ran1 chif "d tfprcectatives
,or the railway brotherhoods held here
I Dllrintr f V li.t .
- rtrii was rr.ace public
Pfttunlay. Althoueh th? conventions of
flremtn. trainman, tek-j? rat hers and ccn-
QUCtr.rb hgH !n,' ... . .w.
. inc rrorsea plan
it Irnff beta referred to th
tatificaticc. The .engineers have not ye t
. -....v. Ililn, out uracd Chief
Arthur anded the cor.f crenes. indcr3:d
the fi-HScraUcn iJa. and rrcmised to
lr?e-t it to ice grand Icdpe rr.ctting
next year. The organization ia called
Jhs fee rati- p cf American Hailwty
nir.pl a-. Xone cf the rrotherhecos
lH-.tr,r.g to il can bel,ntr to ar.y cth-r
rall-vay aiilar.ct at the fame tinie
The mcrt iciportr.r.t arlicLs relate to
s'rikts. They provide that each oran
izallon must make every efiVrt to settle
it own crievance. but if it f.-.i!F can
ca.I for a meeting t the executive rrm
iniit'.c cf the f. derntlm. If n majority
ror.orttrs tho comjlalr.t a Ju.t or.e the
roard fhp.ll mnke ur.lted e5,rt to settle
It. nnC it ti.lh fail shall vote cn a strike.
Kr.eh orRanizatl. n shall have one vc;e
ard a grcral strike shall r.ot be ordered
ur.l.rs all tha -TTpcnr-aticns favcr it. If
Ihy e!o all tre 1 rotN rheod men cn the
Ky.-nem afiectcd than co ut on ttrike.
"u""'"i jiiuu tna'.i iaKe part in
nny nrlke not sar.etlcncd by the f.-d.ra-
eAK3ARI3M IN MICHIGAN.
Illf-ttlmnle ITIiv Ivillcl milh a I'll. 1, r..rfc
mnl I: rtMty t n-matctL '
Detroit, J.lith., Oct. 13. A special to
Ti.e Free IVci.; f.cin Charlotte, Jlich.,
rivea!s a IiorrtLle stcrv tt ti--r, :
J'hn l:i;4l;y and Trai.k Killer will be
chrscd witS the r.iuidjr cf an infant.
n a i itciif rl: an t ths- iiiir-in . f !
Ix.Cy. The child was l.r.rn m i
unmarried dau:,ht. -r la: t Tuesday mcrn
Ir.s; wasn-i-orted to have b.n boi nclead,
ai d bulled 0:1 hi;; farm. Aa love. -liga
tion was ordered, rvsultir.r in V.iiL-v . 4
ilillT h,;r.s locked up. Suiurday r.rter-
mvin, Vli'.. r. w ho i:? t!; lj-j--l-r.ini f V:::
ley's ether datT,-ht'r. crfe.-yed that ti.'
child was !-:rn alive ar.d thr.t he ;ii1.d
11 i y runn.r.K the tins if .1 i.i:,.bf,rtr
tniouuh its l.oi'y. I ting: fined to the
horrible deed by r.ijriry. who steed over
hi:n with a knir.- arrj s.wcre he would
kill him If he refused. After the child
was rtad he rays Itl-lcy trek the be .dy
Irto the hctie nr.d tessed it Into ths
stove. The srhiriiY haa f.iur.d ccr.Miter
al le evidence com brr.-.tive of aiilicr's
story. The sur r os. d ricvc cf toe chbd
was rpened un.l r.-i boey f junl thr?.
EOLO R033RY OF A P05TOFFICE.
Pontin.wfcr Tier!. I)r.:!reI n:.l I. ft Thct
Way I loot y. Nearly 4400.
ronton. III?., Ot. 18. The prirtoffire
nt ISenton, the county scat of Frar.lclin
county, was robbed uf nearly M'JO Fri
iiay lilfiht. The poytmauter, J. A. Et.
Clair, was in the ollke late. About 11:C0
he (tot thrcush with his work nnd rut
the money box containins the postotiice
funds In a larpe safe in the rear of the
ro.iiii. lie trtartel to m to the front of
the room, when, he heard a knock on
the back do.r. lie opened the eieor
when two men ntepped in, covered him
with revolver. ;lna forced him to open
the sr. re.
Tin y then tied his hand?, and foot
with tho h'Tivy safe rope and tied him
down to the wheels upon which tho
lenvy safe ie.-tf. They fureed him to
swallow some li us? w hich made him al
most unconscious. BOKKi-d him and left
about 1:30 o'clock. He was missed ot
home and his brother Frank went to
bunt f; r fcl.n. lie was found tied flown
ard half oead from the effects of the
tlruq; and confinement. So far there hi
no clue to the robbers.
fifty lhonaamt New Ynrkrrx ;ive Her the
New York, Oct. IS. The popular re
ception to Miss Kvar.celina Ccs5ifi v
CVrcros In Jiadlsen Spuare parden Sa-
uiday mht was- an extraordinary utm
orstrutiur. Fullv BibCuO htoi. , rh.
nl ly one-third of them wcllilrcn-cd wo
rn, n. crowded the uiirpr hnlf i,f
lu.-.re Garden park and filled l:roau-
way ana rum avenue. When the young
woman apptnrcd she was regally robed
in white ."atin and n fur-cnnwl rV.oL-
She bowed and smiled hi r thanks and
was then driven away. The chairman of
the meetine was Morn! Ilnki..,l j ,v
speakers were Senator Thurston, who
mid he would, if he could, send a battle
ship to Havana to hearten un h roi.ci:
and recognize their belligerency ; Hnrv
Je rse nnd several ethers. Karl Decker
the newspaper man who broke the Ha
vana J::il f. r the pirl. wa.i ht r ffcort to
the mottinff. and both were (riven an
Another Important i'rnsion Ittin;.
Warhiiiton. Oct. IS. In the oa.? .f
J.hn Kelly. f the F.irty-first Per.r.syl
vurta eni rmiy militia ard the Fi.'ty
f?vinth IVnrsylvania volunteer infan
try. Arilstar.t Secretary of the Interior
Davis has laid down the r'.:!irr that a?
th- F.-.Vicr's two terms aerresated mor
than r'.ety days the rejection of K
'I.ii a i-iVr the ret cf June IT. !W. was
rmr. Thi.-" reverses the fora.rr practice.
l:-ronjrrrtmu Womtmnn IVttrr.
Chlrnrto, Oct. K.-The cordiiion of ex
r. r.reo'mr-n Chrle Woodman Is re
ported to t ? much improved. Ir. I.sd.
the. attor.dit .K i-hysicir.n. sp.i.1 he be-li'-Vt
1 there was a coed chance fur
hii J.iti.ot to recti vm. K adniite.l.
however, that the danger point had not
yet been pa-.scd.
Marc OWm (iitm ut,
Washinptr.n, Oct. IS. The presided
has appointed FAipere Seeder, of Illi
nois, c.nsui Ker.eral at Ric de Janeiro,
Itrazil; Jann-s K. Donald, of Indiana'
eonsul at Nngalos. JIcx.. and Julian
Ph'-lps, cf Iowa, consul at Crefeld, tcr
mar.y. Servons people 6nd relief by eu
ri. hlajr the.r blood with Hood'a Sar
aparilla, which is the cue true blocd
pnriGer and nerve tonic.
Arno'd's Bromo Cilery cures head-
acnes; 10. 25 and 60 cents. Eeiss'
DEATH'S BLUE PEIiL
Strikes from the Record of tha
Living the Name Charles
EDITOIl OF TEE SHU 13 '7.3 KOXE."
Fames from Farth at khe Afro or 70, tfce
Nestor nt the Journalistic rrofewifin in
the I'niteJ State His 8errices In Public
life and to the Press Hok He Built l'p
the New York Hun IU-raarkable Intel'
lcctnal Attainments ol the Man.
New Tork, Oct. 13. Charles A. Dana,
editor of the New- York Sun, died at his
home in Giencove. Long Island, at 1:20
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The cause cf llr. Dana's death was
cirrhosis of the liver. On June 9 he was
at his office apparently strong and
healthy. The next day he was takep
v. CTTATttr-S A. DAK A.
ill, ard he never afterward virited Xew
Xork. He vas T years old.
Sir. Dana's, death had ben expected
for ecveral hours, and his family and
physicians were at his bedside wnen the
end came. His condition had been such
for trovers months that the members
of his rami'.'- had "kept themselves in
constant readiness to po to h:3 bedside
at any moment. Cn Saturday morr.ins
he had- a relaprre. and it w as apparent
that recovery was Impossible. Several
times however, he rallied, but toward
r.iKht hecrati to sink. Durins the niht
there were fe'.bie rallies, but they did
0.01 ia.ct 10r.tr.
His hil.lr.-n tVere with Him.
Yesterday mcrniriB it was seen that
tho end was but a few hours off and his
attendants r.-mained ccrrtantly at hi-
bedside. The end came quickly. The
extreme hi at of Saturday and Friday
had much to do with hastening death.
Friday Mr. Dana showed sipns of dis
tress and everthirpr possible was done to
relieve him. He had bten weakened by
his lor.tr illness, and during the summer
was several times thought to be m the
vert-e cf a fatal collapse, but each time
rallied. He did not improve much with
the enmir.Er cooler weather and the sink
Irs rptlls became more frequent. On
Friday Mr. Dara was able to take or.lv
the lit-htest nourishment, and this condi
tion continued. PanI Dara and his si
ters. Mrs. Drap.r. Mrs. rnderhill and
Mrs. r.i'nnan. were at his heme on Sat
urday morr.ine and were warned to re
main th.re. They were at the bedside
when death came.
Y""1'! Ilr-ve Created r.Vw-s-nafticrlni-.
(lecrge William Curtis used to ray
that if there had hec-n no such thins as
journalism in existence Charles A. Dana
would have created the business of
-athorin-r news and selling it and com
ment :r-T upon it In such a manner a3
to attract attention. Of all the men
who have gained fame and fortune by
news; aper work Mr. Curtis believed
that Mr. Dana wa ihn
lor such enterprise both by native abili
ty, an.i acquired endowments. It is
probable that the traditions of journal
ism as they shall be told in the future
will r-oint to Mr. Dana as the greatest
of American journalists. Yet Mr. Dana
had no idea in his early life what his
career was to he. As a boy In a rocky
and desolate Now- Hampshire town it
seemed to those who knew- him that he
was physically of such structure as
made the successful farmer.
Wan Very Hrlcht an a 15oy.
Hut he was one of those brys of whom
it sometimes is said'that learninrr is not
a study or a task but u delight fur them.
He hat scarcely nnv neott t.. , r.t
lepe. lie took to the classics before he
was ten years cf oj-e. He was born at
Hinscalc, N. H.. on Aui. 8, 1P1), and
when hr- was sixteen years of ape he
entered Harvard colles-e. Rut he was
obliged to prive up 'his co!k---e course.
Wheiher it was over-use i his eyes by
candle light or nesrlwt. a functional dis-turbai-ce
which threatened to become
orsanie compellei him to abandon his
books just as ho was enterini-- the Junior
Trio Merchandise antl Rrook Farm.
Soon after Mr. Dana thou-rht of a
mercantile career srrt ho a-m t.-, r,,
falo, th-n a thriving village, where with
a mauve ne sola goods over the coun
ter. A short experience was sufficient
to satisfy him that his cailins was not
in trade. The result was that he quitted
mercantile puisuits ard
cialistic community called Brook Farm.
wnicn was estatiiirned In what was then
the town cf Roxburv Ma i
r?ady were Nathaniel Hawthorne and
jiari-arei r uner ana cieorpe Kipley and
Georee William Curtis unit nthon, t
literary fame or promise. He lived lop-r
enougn to se an or nts associates In
that experiment die and every cne of
them convinced thai the scheme was
WAS A nReT-ri.ASS JUDGE OF SEWS,
Knew IThat Would Sell the Paper Bis
War Experience The Sun.
- Having been one of the editors cf a
little - weekly called The Harbinuer.
when he left Drock farm it was with
the cotykticn that icumalisni was his '
field of action, hut first he wont tn
Europe and w as In Paris at -the time of
the revolution in 1U8, at which time
also his newspaper Instincts became ful
ly developed. Ke wrote to the New
York Tribune of the scenes In Paris at
that time, and his correspondence Is
even regarded to this day as a model of
that department of journalism. This
work brought Mr. Dana Into close rela
tions with The Tritune, and soen after
be acceute4 s.n offer from Horace Gree
ley to become iLlr.ujrlr-- cd'tor cf that
The mane-rins f3Itcr cf a rapff even
a: that time was its executive ofHcsr,
ar.d in the fierce competition which wst
then ra?lr.(f trf een The Tribune and
The H.-raid the blithest executive quali
ties Kfr dwchr.Ctd to n.atch the extra
mdinary f:er.:is f James dcrtlon Ilen-nt-tt.
Mr. Eana revealed thun. He did
net write rr.ch, lut aJxcst everything
that v.-s written -..as written at hlesuj
et5tior, Mr. Crirlsy voting rf atttf.
tii n especa'ly to the rtlitlrtl cr.a
economic dirett'rn cf tho paper. Mr.
Dat?a drew t. Ti" Tribune srrre cf thw
ablest wi iters ard thirV.ers cf (he tlm.
Mr. Itennctt CUnxsvc that the ycur.8
mar.asinn eiiter cf Th Tribune had
quite as keen "a r.cse for te.ws" as he
himself prrsifsed and ps get'd a juclc'
nunt of the re'a.lve l.-rrcrtnni e f r.ews.
He finally ii:.nTr?:d with Greeley ns
to policy ar.-a ruir-d. when Secretary
Stactcn offc-cd I.lm the pest cf nss'.stant
secietary cf war, ar.d he undertook thera
labi rs with extraordinary energy. Much
of the time hi was with fieneral Grant
in the west. He was svversl times un
der lire, sJiwir.K Krcat cee'n.ss ar.d
ccuratre. Aft. r the war Dana mlirl.t
have accept. I fveru! effers to re-or.tr
buslnes lif-, 1 ut th.- fascinations of
journalism court d b;n to decline evtiy
propisitir cf trrt rt made- to him. A
cempany was 1 r.nlafd to crejt- j.rd
pul l:ti ii yr.-ai Kepubiican eewspa, :r
in Chieaso. and i,-. Iaca wa or.cr. d
the editors.1-.;. i. ar.d a sr.:al! interest ir.
it was jriv-n to him. Later he Fold out
his Interest in this paper nrd wer.t to
New- York, v.hc-e some of ; 1 Id-tiir.t
Itcpublican fritaCs helped him to buy
the Ntw York Sun. which was to be pub
lii hcd as a It-w p.-ieej IJepubllcar.
Mr. D.-.r;t tecV cV.prfff on the 1st cf
January. tne i.a.Vr then bavin-
about 40,cco circulation, r.r.l his crn-i.lc-Uous
career berar. with that issi-i. rf V,.,
paper? Here he lirai'y ilni Iri e d his tal
ent for firuini- news and news thatwculu
sell. It wah his aim not only to Ret the
news, but to so present it that the mere
readirff cf it wi uM he interestinR ar. 1
entertaining. i:'s iila was thrt a fact
f Itself (.1 tie rnrtieular corse qmr.c
mifrht r.cverihclirs in the b 1'iir.T ef it h?
made as irte: t rflrs as more Impntant
news. Frd-r Us rr.ar.n. n-ert the paper
secured at era lime as hi-h a circulation
as 13P.0C.0 r.i.,1 its Eurday edition even
more than that.
Mr. Dara, like Caleb Cunhin.er. seemed
to thrive upc n hard work. Mertal appli
cation was a deli-ht to him. He learned
botany while ridin- to and from his of
fice. In his spare moments he rr.ast. red
the Icelandic laruae. Ho knew Df nt
probably better than any other Ameri
can in New York. Spani.'fi literature de
lighted him. ar.d he mastered It at odd
moments. A learned hcrtlculturist. the
frarders of his summer place were filler!
w ith choice flowers, and for trees he had
r.n affection which led him to knew them
all and to raise up 1 his irlind retn at in
I.on Island sound every variety cf fir
tree capable cf Iivir:- la a temperate cli
mate. Mr. Dana was nearly 30 years cf es
before he bear. cf his own experience,
to know the luxury of w ealth. Wht n he
went to The Tribune as mnrain editor
his salary was ?12 a week, and he we
4.1 years cf ace bef re he had received
mere than V.n a we?ek. The royalties c:;
his bock cf household poetry ar.d upon
Appleton's ereyc!-ptdi.i fcrovt-ht him a
rr Income than that, althoti-h his
money came to him mostly after he be
came editor of The Sun. In his later
years Mr. Dana received J"0.0"0 a year
from The Sun and handsome dividends
upon the stock, a majority cf which hr
Ik-ath ur:zNvnator I'atidoek.
Omaha, Neb.. Oct. IS. A special tJ
The Ee-e from Tea trice. Neb., ssys: "Ex
Ser.ator A. S. Paddcrk died suddcrlv cf
heart diseas- at the Paddock hotel here
at 1 o'clock Saturday mornin-. Al-ernn
S. Paddock was born nt Glens Falls
Warren county. N. Y.. Nov. 9. l.?o. Ilr
was twice elected Frited States senator !
from this rtp.te inJTS and 1S5S.
Now There Will l!c a Ifot Time.
Alter. Ills.. Oct. IS. The board of ed
ucation has decided to notify the parents
of colored children of school ape that a
truant officer to compel attendance at
the- separate schools ossi-ned to thorn
will be appointed this week.
Yellow Fever at w Orleans.
New Orleans. Oct. IS. The official re
port of the board of health vestcrday
as to yellow f ver is as f illuws: New
cases, ii; deaths. E: total cases to date.
3:S; t 't el deaths. OT; recovered. 4o0; un
Kcovy Snow in Colorado.
Cr-sted P.utte. Colo.. Oct. IS. A snow
storm struck this locality FTiday ni?: t,
which has broken all records here for
this time of the year. It is still snowing
with no indication whatever of a U-t up.
HA7!Q?;.U PROGRESSIVE S
UG.CiiUyil nrjfjllil liiilMUlH s
V Cpel, RwlKlw. Iiiw.. Bw. Bnt, W
m SIM4. l-l.-T. CUm-, Kmm. hlMfci. mmA H-.-.l tm
) "tr"-" T" - W-
ttle pll nMl yam rmtm az aaua km
V r- i- f i .iBniitiiaibM W
) r lilrrii " ininpiBtiBii (Z
DR. CON-NAUOHTON. 4
$ 403Bn-SL Draapw toaa. $
llo Dingley Tailfl on Tfyis Lot ol sails.
To start the season with a rush we put on sale 46? fine all wool
Fail and Winter Suits (all this season's make) made up to sell for
$10 and SI 2. The manufacturer needed money. We were on
the spot with plenty of cash, bought them so ws can sell them for
This lot consists of Black Clay Worsted, Fancy and Plain Cassi
meres. Cheviots in Plaids and Checks, and guaranteed to be extra
well trimmed and made. All bear the London label on them,
which is an absolute guarantee of their perfection;
BIG BLUE FRONT.
01 k MiU !
We have just rc
ci ived a large line of
Wish - Rus
Direct from largest
Importers. A beauti
ful line of fine quali
. tics and designs. Ail
are inv.ted tocal! ard
tee ihb, the best line
of Turkish Ru.;s ever
displayed io the three
cities. Come eat ly.
They are here for a
321, S2S and S23 Brady Street, j
PAINTED BLUE TO THE TOP.
We Don't Turn
ami . twCi L
YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR
If yon hare tome of our beer
with It. It Is just the thin? to brace you up, and
give you an appetite. Made of the best hops and
malt ft cannot help doing you good. Try a case of It.
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Upside down when wo coma to
attend to your plumbing troub
le. We go about our work un
obtrusively, considering mem
bers of the household, and yet wo
do our work in clentifie man
tier. We believe that for thla
reason, we tre theplnmberi that
you should call upon when you
have anything the matter with
your drainage, boiler or heating.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO