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THC ABQUB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21.-1C37-
ABSOLUTELY CUAS1KTEED u,?27iS
aleaad aol.trr. as. KTVRII.ia BJSMEP1 CoI.C7li
MoCASKBIN A MoCASHKIN,
Attorney M Law.
oak Iilaod and Milan. Bosk Island 2
of"a over Krau Mate nora; atllar. 5
otaoe on Mala ivml S
JACKSON HUBST, S
Attorney at Law.
Oflee la Koea island National Bank I
J. J. BOACH,
Attorney at Law,
Abstracts. Coueetloa Areaey. Of
Boa of ar ITU? beaood avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan. General Local Boat. !
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S &WEENKT 4 WALKEB, !
Attorney and CouneeUors at Law. j
j COM la Besaatoa Block.
! CIIABLK3 J. BEABLE,
I Couaaellor at law. Offloo la eoort i
! MoKNIBr A MOENIBT,
A ttorceya at Law.
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J Fhyaloiaa and Surgooa.
1 Phone 4 on IW Office. SM Twen- I
i tlotn eiroei. imce Hours: lutoKa. i
to.; 2 Id 4 and 1 to ti p. m. Sunday, 8:30 I
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DB. J, D. UNANG3T. if
Offlee, Room B. Whliaker Blook, lI
sorner Third acd Brady atreoia, Daren- J
N. T. DENTAL PABL0B3, j
IIIB. Third St., Davenport,
For aalnleaa flll'itr with the eleatria '
eataphone. Pa'ntaaa extracting. All 1
won aa one dsit ma osuai pnoes. 1
JAMES P. 1IUBBELL, jj
Aroaltoat and superintendent, ii
Room 41, MlMbeU Lynda building, 3
VBACK KEBN3, U
Arealtaeta and Snparlntaataata. rt
Ealanar Block. -J
tteaond Boor. f
HESJBI GAETJE, Prop.
i Cat nowata and Daatcaa ot al Blada
City aor. 19BT Boeoad aaaao.Tala 1
pboca, 1810. (
ire the most fatal of ell
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
cs the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $1
funi il mm. ha, bLbb m.
Xctata of Benry Cuatenaaa, deeeaaea.
The endenlgncd havlns besa Dolnted ad
minlmratrix of the eatate of Benry Cue
tenen. lt of the county of Sock Island
ttate of Illinois, deceaaed, hereky give notlea
" aka will appear before the Bounty coart of
m I(lud eoonty, at tho office of tbe elerk of
- iu iuv LikY ui aock iBiano. mi uu we
eembtr teim, on the flrat Monday in December
--. . wu.vu iu., iu pvrmmm uaTiiiaj claims
agalnataald eetate are notified and reqaeatad to
attend for the pnrpoee of having the aame M
Jnated. AU peraona Indebted to a aid eetate are re-
Iaeoted to nuke lmaedlata payment to the on
Uated tan 284 day of September A. !.. 1S3T,
Notice Sale of Real Estate.
By an order and decree of the ctrcalt coart of
Rock Island eoantr. 111., made on the petition of
the nnderaia-ned, George W . Uean, enardian of
Elmer W. Dean, Anna Daa and Bertha Dean, for
IjaTe to tell the real etate of the aald Rimer
W. Dean. Anna Dean and Bertha Dean at the
September term, A. D., 1 897, of aaid court, to
wlt, on the Kith day of September A. D., 1807, I
(hall on the ttd day of October next, at the bonr
of 11 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. aell al
public sale at the east door of tbe eonrt honse In
the city of Rock Inland, county of Rock Island
and ttate of llllnoia, the real estate described
aa follows, to- wit:
Three twenty-fifths (3-16) of lota one (1) and
two ) In block eighteen (18), and three twenty
nftnt(8 25)of theeonth on hundred and thirty
(ISO) fret of lot ten (10) tn block thirteen JS).
all in Spencer A Oaee's addition to the city of
IlHnoi.. ' " uu 01
On the following term, to-wlt: Forcash.
Dated tail 80th day of September. A. D., 1897.
Gaonea W. Dun, Quardlan. ato.
Sealed Proposals Invited.
Reeled bids will bo rec3lTed at the office of
DTck A Kerns, atcbltecta. Odd Fellow building,
Rock IkIukI, 111., for tbe eonatrnctlon of the head
office building for the Modern Woodmen of
America, until Monday, Koy. IS, 1897, not later
than It o'ciock m. Aleo eeparato bid or pio
poaals will he received for furnishing the heat
ing an1 ventl'ation apparatus, for elevators, for
plumbing, for mautela and Are grate, for pa
and electric wiring and for paint decoraUona.
until Jan. 13, 199t. t IS o'clock noon.
Flan mav be aeen at tha nfflrj. et ITm mM.
tacts on and after Oct. IB, IBDT.
Tbe board of directors of the Modem Wood
men reserve the rluht to reject any and all bid.
Blda mut be accompanied with a certified cheek
of I per cent of the amonnt of the bid aa a guar
antee that the bidder will enter Into contract and
give raid and umnlent bond.
Hmlding to be irulJU feet, and to be fire proof
throughout, and will be three aior.e and base
ment. The bnilding will be of prcaaed brick
wuh terra eotta and stone trimmings, and will be
located at Kock Island, Illinois.
ooca isiana, 111., Oct. IV iw,
In tbe laundry business Is what our
patrons own us to be. 60 you can't
blame ns for crowing when we have
won the tight on your shirt fronts,
collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We
do the beet work tn town, and are
looking for your handle. Shall we
get It King phone 1214,
1784 Third Ave. Phone 1114.
ugeno J. Burns
Duv, Sell asd Manage
property. Co'Ject Rcms.
The old fire aad t!cw
tried company repre
sented. Rates ua lew
any ratable company
OiHs? 110, ieooi4 At.
HsrDer Houao Block.
AHore aad AfUr
, , . w UcoTr. Will hraoi. vca up la a ntk
!,1,T.'., raaaB to to S.THm
IBa I law . lcaaa nf Bvt,. I u. v... . -
v ..1. a aj zrrs.r ""p'
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Wm sale by . BmM itwUh.SfiMiul
LIKE THE CRQIHII CASE
One Man, So It is Said, Will Save
Luetgert's Neck from the
Rope That Chokes.
HO PEOSPICT TOE A3 AGREEMENT.
Geaterml Belief That There) Are Ko Lew
Thau Two, Perhaps Three, Wha Do Kot
Believe in Laeterfa Guilt, bat Only One
Who Is Fixed in His Belief as to Inno
cence Secret Sesaloa of the Court Jury
Chicago. Oct. 2L At 8:30 last night it
was announced from the office of State's
Attornoy Eteneon that there would be no
announcement of a verdict in tbe Luet
gert case before the opening of court
this morning. Judge Tuthill went home
early in the evening, leaving matters
with State's Attorney Deneen, who was
to send him word In case a verdict should
ba reached during the early part of the
evening. The attorneys for the defense
also left matters with Deneen and went
home to await any word that might
come from the Jury room. Attorney
Phalen, the junler counsel for the de
fense; was around the state's attorney's
office for a short lime, ar.d then took his
departure. He made a call on the state's
attorney, and poking his head Inside the
door queried briefly: "Anything?"
"Nothing," said Deneen with a weaiV
smile, which Fha!en returned as he hur
rled for the doorway. State's Attorney
Deneen, pale-faced ord red-eyed from
laekbf sleep, sat in his oiP.ce until 8:30,
and then announced that he would wait
no longer and gave orders that his ofiice
Jura- Lorkedl t for the Night.
"I shall wait r.o longer," he said, "and
there Is no need of anybody waiting aft
er I leave. I agreed with Judge Tuthill
and the attorneys for the defence to re
main here until 8:20 to receive the an
nouncement if a verdict shuld be
reached. In the event of an agreement
I was to send wcrd to the Judge and op
postta counsel and thy would come to
the court for the purpose of receiving
the verdict. H was understood that il
the Jury did not send wmd of a verdict
by 8:30 the building Fhould be closed and
everything should go over until 9:30 to
morrow morning. No word has come.
and If the Jury docs arrive at a verdict
It will not be heard and no announce
ment of the verdict being reached will
be sent out from the Jury room. There Is
absolutely no char.ce now of anything
being heard from the twelve men before
tomorrow morning at the earllefit."
Judge Will Try to Fores a Ver.ll.-t.
For a time last night it was rumored
that If tho Jury had not agreed l y today
it will be discharged as eocn as It re
ports Its Inability to rearh a verdict.
This, however. Is not the case. It Is the
nrm determination of Judge Tuthill to
keep the Jury until Saturday right or
late Saturday afternoon before he per
mits them to go with a disagreement. He
Has announced tijat both stat and d-
ferflar.t have -pent so much money and
lime, ana the case t-aa been so long and
difficult to try, that bo will not consent
to the diriclatrge of the Jury untH there
Is absolutely no hopo whatever of a ver-
alct being reachtd. The Jury stands
about where ft stood twenty-four hours
ago. Reports vary from nine for the
death penalty to thrre for acquittal to
eleven for death and one for acquittal.
OSE STRONG FRIEND FOB irETGERT.
If He Could Ii Convinced the Raiisage-
niaher Mlaht Its Hanged.
Chicago, Oct 81. It ta alleged that
the one Juror holding out persistently
for Luetgert is Harlev.and It Is thought
that if he would change front there
would be little time lost in arriving at
a verdict In the celebrated wife-mur
der case. Juror Holablrd Is also cred
ited with favoring the acquittal of the
prisoner, but It is thought that he would
come around quickly if Harlev could
be Induced to vote for oonvictlii. Tha
feeling among the jjiors who are In
favor of the death penalty is high
against llarlev, end they have done
some very plain talking to him. At one
time yesterday morning they even sent
for Judge Tuthill to knorr. - nrraj other
things; if eleven men c ...... . ,.-1 one
man to vote with them, u. a verdict
wonld be valid ff but eleven men
signed It. This Is the Incident that gave
to the state the idea that there was but
One man standing between Luetgert and
a death sentence.
There waa considerable excitement
around the court room yesterday morning-
when tbe counsel on both sides, tha
Judge, the Jury and the prisoner met
in the court room and held a secret ses
sion, excluding everybody, even the re
porters. No one knows all that took
place at the session except those pres
ent, ao it is not even an established fact
thai the Jury wanted to know whether
eleven men could coerce the twelfth.
end they weuld have been very ignorant
Amerloan cltleens if they had wanted
information on that point. The Jury
wanted some further instructions, so it
Is said, as to the evidence.
They wanted to know how they should
weigh the evidence of Nicholas Faber
and the Schimpke girls, who testified to
seeing Luetgert and his wife enter the
factory the night r Mir 1. Judge
Tuthill advised the ; ;at he could
not instruct them c...t.rning circum
stances of fact, of which, under the
law, the Jury must be the sole Judge. As
to this matter it was testified in the
trial that no one not possessed of tele
scopic eyes could see what theSchimpke
girls said they saw at night. And the
witness was a reliable and creditabls
one. During the afternoon there was no
signets verdict and no word of any kind
came from or went into the little room
THE OLD STORY
OF LOVE AND LIFE,
AS TOLD IX Til 2 JtEW BOOK,
ThooMnda of hcppT men pronot-nca this
work tr.a mean of their physical aalvation.
It jrive ihelateaiBciecuficfaetacoceermnz
It describe tho orjv town method of at
tairirg fn!let natural tranlvvisor.
It coi-t nnt Home Treatinest for a!l ex
cejse and aexual diabarmrata.
It ahowe how to car nervousa, hose
i'.KT " COMPLETE MANHOOD
AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT - ent free, ia
ptutn wrapper, sealed Mcarelr.tntheaddr
of snv amoere inqvinrr. by ths Eris Medical
Company, a Niagara Sc, Bunalo, ii. Y.
where the Jurors were locked up. At
times loud talking could be heard and
the tones Indicated anything but an
atmosphere of harmony.
There is very little thought now of
anything but a disagreement. It is the
general opinion that Harlev will prove
obstinate to the end. and be may keep
Bclablrd with him. The counsel fur
the defense still stick to tOeir assertion
of a coming acquittal, but Attorney
Phalen aaya "disagreement" as often
as he says "acquittal." The state is
now looking for a disagreement, having
small hope thta Harlev will agree to a
conviotlon, and certainly not to the
death penalty. The state's attorney is,
however, confident that the Jury will be
with him to the extent of ten to two or
eleven to one. "I will have ten ot them
I feel sure," he Bald, "although it fa
possible that I may have only nln
but nine will be for the ttate 'without
the slightest doubt." If a disagreement
Is the result of the trial the case will be
tried again as soon as possible.
SECRETARY BLISS AT NEW YORK.
Takes Fart In the IpisMng with Tracy and
Black Campaign Note.
New Tork, Oct. 2L General Benjamin
P. Tracy, candidate for mayor; Secreta
ry of the Interior Cornelius N. Eliss, and
Governor Frank N. Biack addressed an
audience of 1,500 persona at a Republican
meeting held last night in the Inox ly.
ceum here. Secretary Bliss in tha course
of hl9 remarks aaid: "There has been
eriticisin about men corning from Wash
ington, Ohio, Nebraska and other places
to speak to the pecple of New Tork. I
thought I had a light as a citizen of this
town to come. 1 have seen Senators
Thurston and Foraker come here before
and some of our friends who cow crltl-oL-5
tbem for coming were then glad to
see them. The state of Kansas ia rais
ing money for George's campaign."
General Tracy ar.d Governor Black
spoke next in order. Henry George
spoke at a meting in the Brooklyn
Academy of Music and called forth an
audience which filled the big building to
overflowing. A second meting waa held
in the Clermont Avenue rink, Brooklyn,
where an Immense audience was ad
dressed by George and Tom Z Johnson,
of Ohio. Eeth Iiw addressed a large
meeting In Flufhing. The executive
committee of the Manhattan Democracy
so-called Pteekler Democracy unani
mously indorsed the CIliaoEs" Union
YELLOW JACK MAKES PROGRESS.
Record at New Orleans Beaten Again with
Slaty Now rases.
New Orleans, Oct. 21. All previous
records as to the number of new caaes
were broken yesterday. Early in the
evening fifty-three new cases had been
entered in the books of the board. At
the same time there had been eix deaths.
These had all occurred during the early
morning, and It was characteristic of the
day's events that although thero had
been six deaths reported up to T o'clock
not a single one of them had occurred
since noon. The record of the day was
60 cases and 6 deaths.
Elsewhere In the fver belt the reports
were as follows: Mobile, 8 cases, 1
death: Rdwards, Miss., T cases; Scran
ton, MtRS., It cases, 1 death; Pascagoula,
M!ks I cases, 1 death; Montgomery.
Ala., B rases, 1 death; Cayuga. Miss., (
caaes; McHenry, Miss.. 8 cases; BIloxJ,
Alias.. IT eases, 5 deaths.
FOtato Cropli Tr KhoTt.
New Tork. Oct. 21. Never e'.nee 18M
has the potato crop of tne United States)
proved so nearly a failure, says fhe
American Agriculturist in Its final re
port of the yield of 1S97. Compared with
the liberal rcp of la.t year there is an
apparent falling off of nearly 30 per cent.
In tonnage and the quality of the whole
la greatly deficient.
Saloonkeeper (-barged with Murder.
Vlncennes, Ind.. Oct. 21. John Mundy,
a saloonkeeper of Oaktown, was arrest
ed yesterday charged with murdermaj
'William Allen on Aug. 21. He waived a
preliminary hearing and was committed
to Jail without bail. He claims eelf-de-fecse.
Chicago Grula aad Produce.
Chicago, Oct. 10.
Following were the quotutions on tha
Board of Trade today: Wheat Octo
ber, opened and closed nominal; DTm
ber, opened Blc, closed SUc; Slay,
opened fcc, clrd bc. Corn Octo
ber, opened 24 Vc, closed MVje; Decem
ber, opened Ve. Hnscd lie; May,
opened 29'V'. closed 194 c. Oct 9 Octo
ber, opened ard closed nominal; Decem
ber, opened l.SHc closed 18fce; Mav.
opened 20f.e, closed 20c. Pork Octo
ber, opened and closed rjomlnal; Decem
ber .opened 17.75. closed $7.80; January,
opened 8S.671. closed $8.T5. Lard Oc
tober, opened and crowd nominal; De
cember, opened 84.80. closed I4.3JVVC.
Produce: Hutter Extra creamery.
22c per lb: extra dairy, 19c; fresh
packing stock, lie. Eggs Fresh
stock, 14!xc per doaen. Live Poultry
Turkeys, 7 10c per lb; chickens (hens),
7ck spring chickens. 7V.c; ducka, TH
8c, Potatoes Northwestern, 32$4!c per
du. sweet potatoes jersey, f ?.oo 3 3.25
- Clileago Live Stock.
Chicago. Oct. 20.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
88.000; quality better; left over about
3,000; market fairty aotive end prices
weak to Bo lower; rale? ranged at $2.00
T3.0 for Digs. $3.G-S4.0 for liirht. t3.3fi
63.48 for rough racking, t3.erf54.00 lor
mixed and $3.603.05 for heavy packing
and shipping lots. Cattle Estimated
recipts for the day. 1S.010: quality very
fair; market was rather active on ship
ping and local account: good lota ruied
strong, others 62 10c lower; quotations
ranged at is.ltfi-o.a'J Tor choice to extra
shipping steers, $4.70(55.10 good to choice
do., U.iOJU.SO fair to good. 83.604.30
common to medium do.. tS.60ffi4.23 butch
ers' steers. 8,2.9003.90 mockers. 83.704.90
feeders, $2.00a4.20 cows, $2.607?4.&0 he!f-
ws. f2.2S5f4.2o bulls, oxen ar.d stacs.
I2.6O0?3.W Texas steers, $3.30iS4.S0 west-
em rangers, and 3.W'j 7.00 veal calvs.
Fheep and Lamns Estimated receipts
for the day. i7.uuii: quality ralr:y good
market rather active: sheep lower; quo
tations ranged at $2.o4.20 westerns.
f2-4(r34.40 natives, and t3.70t5.SS lamb.
Milwaukee. Oct. 20.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. 0e:
No. 2 spring. 85c: December. SlHc Corn
Higher; No. s. Z4c. oats Higher
No. 2 white, 21f62:a.c. Rye Finn;
No, 1, fcc
Hav Tunotny. fT.SOQSe 50: wud, 84.500? SO.
Bauer Fair to choice, 10: fresh creamery
Coal Soft. inc.
CotLle) Uuiehen nav for em fed eaeev.
ia, cxwa and heifers, 33e; calves, ytit
IMPOHTANT LABOR LITIGATION.
Case Bttore tho laamn Cnrt That la
volve tha Elghs-Hoaur tan,
Washington. Oct. SI. The case of Al
bert F. H olden, plaintiff in error, va.
Harvey Hardy, sheriff of SaULaktcouo-
ty, Utah, which Involvea the constitution
ality of the Utah eight-hour law for
miners engaged in underground mines,
waa argued in the supreme court yester
day. The case came up from the su
preme court of Utah. Holden waa con
victed of employing Anderson, a miner,
for ten hours a day, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $30- and serve fifty-seven
days in Jail. On the trial Holden, while
admitting the employment of Anderson
for ten hours a day. pleaded not guilty
because Anderson voluntarily eneazed
in the service.
Further, the facts charged did not con
stitute a crime, the Statute being re
pugnant to the constitution of the Unit
ed States In that It prohibited employer
ana employe rrom making contract In
a lawful way for lawful purposes: that
It was class legislation, and deprived tha
defendant of property and liberty with
out due process of law. Upon conviction
he filed a partition In the supreme court
of Utah for a writ c I habeas corbua
which the court dented, whereupon it was
orougnt to tat supreme court on assign-
moot 01 errors that the Utah supreme
court err.Ml In holding th law constitu
tional. Judge Jere M. Wilson appeared
for the plaintiff.
Episcopal missionary t onnril.
Milwaukee, Oct, 21. At the evening
session of the Episcopal missionary
council Ilev. Arthur S. Uoyd related a
graphic tale of the ignorance of the col
ored people In the south. He stated thst
the time had come when It waa acces
sary to educate the negro up to a high
Christian ' standard. He thought this
could be acomplbdicd aa well by white
teachers as these of rhe nrgro race. The
reat'fng of this paper lead to a discus
sion, some of tho delegates taking the
stand that It waa necessary to appoint
colored bishop. Others opposed thia
Idea and no agreement was reached.
Law Declared Not Violated.
Peoria. Ilia. Oct. fl. The United
States grand Jury yesterday refused to
return a bill in the comnlnlnt filed
against Grand Master Walker V. Pow
ell and Grand Secretary II. B. Perham.
of the Order of Itallway Telegraphers,
charging them with violating the anti-
contract alien labor law. The action
was brought by a clerk In the brother
hood offices, who was discharged tomake
room for a clerk given a place at the re
quest of the Canadian lodges of the or
der. Extraordinary Case of Crime.
Creston. I a.. Oct. 2L The city of Corn
ing Is wrought up over the arrest of
Mrs. HoxbIo, wife of Ed ft or Hoxslo. of
the Corning Gazette. She has admitted
that she administered laudanum to the
Illegitimate Infant of her daughter and
afterward buried It In the cellar. She
waa arrested on Information filed by
Dr. Glover. The coroner'a Jury brought
In a verdict against Mrs. Hoxsie. Mrs.
Hoxsle is one of the Influential temper
ance workers of the city.
Mrs. Pullman with Her Dead.
Chicago, Oct. 21. Mra George M. Pull
man and her son. Sanger W., arrived
from New York at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning. They had been visiting In the
rant em city and an nr aa the news of
George U. Pullman's death reached them
both started for Chicago. Mrs. Frank J.
Carolan, of San Francisco, daughter of
the sleeping car magnate, is on the way
to Chicago with her husband.
Carrlaaw Huildere Elect Offlcera,
New York. Oct. 21. The Carriage
Builders' National Association, In ses
sion here yesterday, elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year: Presi
dent. George II. Babcock, Watertown,
N. .: secretary and treasurer, Henry
C. McLear, Wilmington, DeL
Mayor Harrison to Reinforce Taromnay.
New York. Oct. 21. John C. Sheehan.
the Tammany Hall leader, received the
following dispatch yesterday from May
or Harrison, of Chicago: "Will be with
you Oct, 23. accompanied by a large
delegation of Cook county Democrat.'
Secretary Sherman to fio to Ohio,
Washington, Oct. 21. Secretary Sher
man has arranged to start for his home
at Mansfield. O.. Saturday week, or the
day after the president leavea Wash
ington. He will rote at Mansfield.
Baltimore vs. All-American,
Peoria. Ilia., Oct. 21. Ten hundred and
fifty people raw a pretty game between
the Baltimore and All-American teams
yesterday afternoon. Baltimore, t; All-
Boarding School Teacher And now.
Edith, tell mo the plural of baby.
Edith (promptly J Twins. Pick Me
BY THE GREAT CURE
Any uruggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
The sftsr mom srae wrote Me
nrssesn) it Htm. ff. t. Vnmim. ffsaifrtsa, . t.
I had bem tlftnrn yearn In the thrafldom of
neuralKia: tried all rhn"l of medicine, lodootit
and dcpatr I tried Anti-NevTaUrxtor.aiMl fmea
hit ini o w was reiM-veu. ana horn bate a per-
If the druggist hasn't it, tend 81 .00
llT"' O O ViNwt rr a cune
and we will send it, charge prepaid.
FRENCH CHEUICU. CO.
rr)d fh SkttBATTte. smrl RfsaaMa. cf
Ataafcet Boncdr f or COMrbav
ocs and Loss or Sixer
; EM Sirrah Signature of
I: . "Ntw "YOUK.
mm 1 ra'at
Tbe old run and Tltao-Wsat
Ztesfss Frtap t!y Pill
1 low aa any raUaakt ja,
Tear Baaronaica aoi teles.
Kcrrewnttng among nOir time
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
BViehealor Oeracaa In I
B iCalo Oermaa
Bt'Balo. X V
Borate a Firs
- reona, 111
atarrkaataa. h 11
Office turner FlehteenUi street aad
Second avenue, atnond floob
Itwed fcuHilnj ttono
Athlir tr.d trlsrain.s
For choapceft, dnrabtlltj aafl
beantT eaoellod by none, Thli
tone does not wain or color tho
well with alkali, eta Plant teat
aa for Mttmatea will raeatTa
careful attention and be retnrsal
promptly at oar expert aa.
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