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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

ibejhh wwwwyrwu The circulation of The Times ye tcrday was 40,532 Copies. Daily average last week, 40,238 Copies. Tr Mm -SWB TUMig 3hhVB XMflMi M tUglllWi t X'iYii.:"-.l" 3STO. 1,21 CJ. VASnUSTGTOX, SUNDAY MOKOTNG-, JULY 18, 18 9 T EIGHTEEN PAGES. TEREE CENTS. uftttugf uLht V in TARIFF GO AGREE They Will Report Back to House and Senate Tomorrow. SENATE BACKS DOWN ON SUGAR The Trust Will Have to Be Con tent "Willi What, the Tfoiiae Mill Gives It Changes In Wool Sched ule 3lost of the Petty Steals Are Itetaicrd. The cenferacs on the tariff bill yesterday came to a full and' final agreement aud mil call in their Democratic associates tomoirow morning. Tliey hope to be aol'--lo pet Uie report into the Hoube tomorrow JafUsruocu and to have the bill passed and 'upirmed by U.e President before the' -week is over. Ah lias been predicted all along, the break came quickly when the Senate 'ou icrcus became convinced of what was. ap parent to everylwdy else, ttiat tlie House would never yield o...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE M OR N1.STGK - TIMES SUN PAY, JULY 18, 189T. s SEUTE GDHHRyS M'GOBD Mado GoTcrnor of Arizona l)j a Vote of 29 to 18. LONG AND BITTER FIGHT ENDS The Nominee Completely Vindi cated of tlio Charges of 311s Ac cuse rHkQtch of Ills Career and AVliat He Has to Say of tlm fight Agaiuist Him. After the most bitter fight nuiae on any nominee of the McKlnley Administration Myron H. McCord was yesterday confirmed as governor or Amona, by a vote of 2i' to IS. The negative vote east was as foUnws: Mate, Berry. Chandler, ChlUou, Harris, IWtfeifl, Jones ol Arkansas, Mill, Morgan, Vtfttut. Rawlins. Roaoh, Stewart, Teller, THhnan, Tuipie. Vest, and Walthall. This action -was taken without any dis cussion, the program being when the Sen ale adjourned Fndaj that the rote should be taken at onoe at an early hour yester day, -when there would be a possibility of tecurlng a quorum. S-otue importance has becu given thKcase by leaMm of the right made against Hie nominee. It was the ugliest eout3t of ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MOBNIJ5TG TIMES, j:SUjNT AY, JULY 18, 1897. 3 P0WDEBLYNQM1NATED Named to tlie Senate for Com missioner of Immigration. OPPOSED BY LABOR LEADERS The domination Regarded as n Re ward for Political Services to SlcKinley Opposed Bryan When Other Labor Organizer "Were for Him 2dauy Places Filled. The nomination yesterday or Teirence V. Powderly to be Commissioner General of.limfJgraUoa bad been previously pre dicted, it will, it was said at tlie Capitol yesterday, be exceedingly unpopular among tlie very class who are supposed to imro i(-ti mmnlimented tliereby The real truth is, however, that there Is more of politics in this nomination, than anyde tJre on the part of the Administration to recognize the Knights of Labor- Wnen Mr. Bryan was nominated at Chicago, J. It. Sovereign, general master workman of the Knights of Labor, and John McBride, of Ohio, prebideut of the American Federation of Labor, not only come out for Bryan and the platform, but went to Chicago and began active -w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MOUSING- ?TlTfiES, SUNDAY, JTOY 18, 1897, Mmmmmmmmmmn,mmmmmmmmmmmmTnmTn?nm!nrammmmn?g PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., z Clothiers, 31 5 ,7th St. 5uits and Just Half Trousers Price, What lame excuses and ursuccessful efforts other clothiers have made in their endeavor to under rate the importance of this sale of the Continental Clothing Co.'s stock I A few customers who "went the rounds" elsewhere, siated they found that a mere handful of cheap, inferior suits had been slightly marked down. How different here. We offer you a spic,.span new stock of the finest grade of Men's Clothing at precisely one-half the prices asked by the Continental Clothing Co. We told you when we started, some four years ago, that we would some day lead the procession of " ex clusive " clothiers. We occupy that position today. Yes. the largest " exclusive " clothing business in Washington is being done right here. W e don't count the " pins and needles," and other lines en tirely foreign to clothing added by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SIKDAf Y; JULY 1 8,- 189T P! r if AT HL.7TE?S Jj With a number of the leading lights iu focal rowing circles out ot town nothing v as done during the past week about ar ranging an inter-club race for a silver trophy cup, to be placed on au annual event, Uie class of -wlilc-li la to 1 e decided j upon later on. Tbe opinions ot sceral rowing men was sought and each one expressed himself as highly iu favor ot alio 'limes sugges tion WW & little energy in the matter the plan as suggested could e mad. a feasible one, and if for ilo oilier purpose than to Keep up the rowing Intel e-t here a little bevoud the regular reason which practical closes in shell rowing witb the Potomac River regatta. For this purpose It would be made an annual fall event when the men have rested well after their efforts in the big open events liere nndclse- "2"SS.d vlmi Uley lmve r'tunuafrom - jrferS9SKStrm fiuJino (.trnnif nnil in everv linvMiuuo iiwio .---.c - fiLteri to undergo a slwri f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

r 6 THE MOB KING. Tllpj SUJST DAY, JULY 18, 1897.. (Etmcxf (MCEHHfG, EVEKBJG AHD SUHDAY.) BY rBE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffl, STILSCJf BUTCPIJTS, President. HUTCIUNS DDILDINC. few fork Office: 2000 Tract Building. -subscription rates. MOXTIII.Y. BY CAIiH EH : , Morning, Evening and Sundav.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Tlilrtj-.fiye Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL. One Ycar.Mornlng, livening and Sunday. Si 50 SixMimth. " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " 1.75" Ono Year, Morning and Sunday 4.C0 Six Month. " " ?J5 ThrceMouths, " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday -1.10 Six Months, " . ' " ?.2" ThreeMonths, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, oneycir 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub let Iption price. THI.KPHOXKS : Editorial Rooms, 45(3 ; Busi ness Office, JC10. Circulation Statement. Tl.e circulation c Tun Trains for the veck aided Saturday. July 17, 1897, was as foZcirs: vr.coi; July 11 25,869 IlonCav. July 12. 39,008 Tvcscay, July 13 .- 40.135 Witlncsday, Jvlyli 40,47...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES W S DAY, JXJTJY 18, 1897, an33EEEHEEEE EEETCEEEEEEEEEE a n a Xinusburgh & Uro. B ,E E F3 a NOW, WILIi YOU COME? a 05 H - a g This onlit to hasten the a footsteps ot every cconomi- B a cal liuly in Ynuiiton to B 2 our store tomorrow. These 2 B B K are exceptional values. B b E B This Wrapper, 69c. g Made of line Percale, in "bright and pretty shades, with lil ted waist lining, Princess hack, lull front, wide girdle, M a n do- )Sm sleeves and collar all neatly finished with braid; skirt full width and length worth from $1.00 to $1.4S, for GO c. This Skirt, 50c. This excellent "Underskirt is made of finest Striped Linen "LawiL, extra wide, with deep Spanish flounce finished with four rows of fine cording, gored at the top on a French yoke with drawstring; length, 3S, 40 and 42. Only 50c. 3333EEEE33333a333S33Ea333 GHKAT SITIIMER SAZ.T. Or Buits, Millinery, Furnishings. KIM.VS P.ALACI2, blZ-bli 7Ui EL; 715 .Market Brace. Our Deficient Kre:lglu. ' A proiuinenrengiuo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MOBNING TIMES, .SJJNDA1, JULY 18, 1897.' THESTRIKERBiGyiCTDfiY Banks of the Non-Union Diggers in West Virginia Broken. y- FOUR THOUSAND QUIT WORK The Appeals of tbe HtuLssarJcs Sent Out From Pittsburg and Cincin nati Prove Successful Give lTp Steady "Wurlc aud Iucrc-iusfd Wages to Ilelp Their Brother iliuer. Wheeling, "W Va., July 17. The most sanguine uxiwctatioas of the leadero of tlie great coal strike are well nigh ful filled. The rnnfcs or tlio uon-uniou diggers la West Virginia have beea broken. Tour thousand miners along tin- Norfolk and "Western Railway quit work toniglit, and tlie victory tlus achieved hy the uniou agitators avIH in all probability settle tbe Btrike. The miners who ceased work this evening dug probably one-third of tbe coal that ih mined in West Virginia. The muni they el jsed arc at Thatcher's, Shamokin, Maritime, Logan, and other small points along the Kanawaha. Valley. This evening after the men had completed their days work in the mines, ttiey held ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

TUB MOKKING TIMES, sfeN3AX,V JUTS? 18, 3 897. 9 JUBILEE FOR A WAS NURSE. Airs- Mary Ann JllolterdylteVs 80th v Birtliduy to lie Celebrated. Kansas City, July 1G Mother Mary Ann Uickerdv ke, tlie niost famous nurse of Granc'aud fchermun'&aimies, will be eighty years old on tlic JSth day of July, and la honor of the anniversary of her birth Com mander Thcodoie Boikln, of the Kancas G. A. It-, has Issued an order directing all the posts in his jurisdiction to observe thai date as "Mother Blckerdyke Day " nd to arrange for suitable winm-ii re exer cises in tribute to her seniors and sacri fices, and to tin- work or th A nnv nurses in general In compliance- with this order paitinuc celebrations "will be laid tomor Tffvr in nearlj every city and ham'-t in Kansas, and as an additional evidence of remembrance and affection each of the posts has adopted an appropriate .entl mont or memorial to thl! distinguished woman, the several tribute, to be bound together and presented to her on her...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

v 10 Summer Clearance sale of Shoes. 20 PER CENT- OFF the price of every pair of shoes in the store. Not a pair reserved. All the men's shoes all the boys' shoes all calf, patent calf, russet and canvas at 20 per cent, off of reg ular prices. Some small lots of broken sizes which sold ior S6, $5, 4 and $3.50. To close, S1 .90 per pair. Eobinson & Chery Go.-, 12th ami F S(s. N. W. Oolites Furiiikh-iig. Huth. Shoes. r& j8& fcjSsK City Brevities. District Paymaster Hope II. Harncjlle' and wife have returned from a pleasant trip to Atlantic City. "VVT. 1l Lopbam.infcpeotor r tSie engineer i)upartiinL, lias bcjn promoted ij a ?alary or $4 per a.v.11 to takeeffent July 10. The Commissioners have i:ucd an order directing tht Jamct- Ko'.iiiiiOn, alias Kich-aM-on, bo cunrmed in tbe Government Iloi-pi'-al for tlie Insane. Henry Sim nous, colored, lias reported to the pclhc that life was swindled out or Slo by a iclon-d picachcr, who ,a o his. mmc as Itev. Dr. Cuddy. A building per...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

. pimw a 2 mhe Chtte. WAsmisrGTOr, f' Pases HU-to' H.g SZUUM$D llHWUa"! 1 1 JfUlfl5Ml t""'li 1 htbMo toy SUNDAY MQKNlJNXx, JULY 18, 1S9T. g inti.U. is. MAIL KcacuorAnout.oMowUc. Llftilinf R 1 3 0 0 Q 0 9 PlfinPQ ! H CROCKER.... 939 Pa. Ave Shoes Shined Free j f 0 IllBlS 0 BB flail ill Rift fi iUBBBiollBllB " & A Genuine Closing - out Jnst see the crowds at our Stores and you will recognize that this "MIDSUMMER CLOSING-OUT SALE" of ours is not like the prevailing Clearance Sales simply a clearing out of odds and ends. This is a regular CLOSING- OUT of all shoe mer chandise now in our three houses. When the fall season begins we want to have only fresh, new goods on hand, and that's why now Byery Shoe Is Reduced From our famous lowest-known regular prices. Qualities guaranteed, as usual. Here are some special attractions for this week: Little Items WliittemorVs Dark or Lig.nt Tan Combination Dressing", 5c Ladies' 50c and 75c Tweed and Canvas Bicycle Leggins, 89c. Boys' or Girls 75...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

12 THE MOEN1NG TIMES. STHTOAY, JULY 18, 1897. FINANCIAL. CORN Is sehlug below the cost of production. WHEAT Ib active and advancing. We Invited our readers some months ago to send for a. curtain Saturday's market letter about wheat and oora. This advice proved" very profitable to those who followed It. Bend for our Saturday's (yesterday) let ter, which tells you how we think they bfeoiiM be dealt ia. Uo you remember our advertisement in this paper May 10, ad vising that it was time to pet bargains? Our market letters are as good as ever. TD E. WARD & CO. 133S F STREET X. W. Stock, Grain5Coiton EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE "WIRE TO OUR MAIN OFFICE, 31 &33 BKOADWAl'.X. Y. The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company Of the District of Columbia CORNER I BTHST.AND NEW YORK AYR Chartered by special act of Congres. Jan., 18157, and act- of Oct., 1SD0. ac Feb.. Ib92. Capital, One Million Doliari. e33SGGGSSSG0SSSSS5 AMERICAN SECURITY 2 AND TRUST CO. ) Money to Loan. 0 This company has ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

JULY 17, 1897. 1$ MOXF.V WANTED AND TO LOA.V. MONEY TOLOAN A NEW PLAN 510 TO ? J. 000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS. HORSES.CAHRIAG ES, wagons, rrc, without removal from possession or p-frner "VVc can of rer von i lie LOWEST RAPES and EASIEST 1'EUMS. No delay, you will iccelvc the money within a jew bouisnfler making applica tion for It. I'aMiieuts n 11 e r-iimiiitl. of any nmount, will to lecclvcil at any time, whsca will lessen co.l of loan. Please call Xor fuitlic-r mfoimallon. CAPITALLOAN GUARANTEECO.. je20-lmo Gtt. nw. WANTED -To borrow on long time; low jatuui lULt'Mrfii, i;w j'w v-- - ' i render value of old line life insurance i policy. Address C. G mis office. It MONEY WANTED 1 want to Dorro-.V SO ,600 att iier cent, urst trust, on ii' erty worth $12,ooo; wont pay any oom inlsrion ou loan. Address P. O. Box G ii , Washington. D. C. jyl,-3t,em MONElXoANED" o. ccllaterul security J U jyl5-3t,em LOANS rrom $5 to 50 to reliable latcs; Money advanced on bicycles...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

lit , - -f THE MOUtflN G TDE! HHV A A A Al 1S (n""" TEE WIFE OF JOHN ADAMS. A Puritan of l'nritanc.Slie Beeaiue the "First I-ady of tlic Laml. Abigad Smith, the wife or Jchn Attorns was tSie foRmcst, re pi eseutativc of a i lass or women whose quiet influence did much for the cause or the struggling colonies. Ucwever rauch a incdein "Daughter" of tlw devolution may rejoice in hcrprestige, Julia Adams' wife was distinctly one of the 'mothers." of the ftViolutlon. Without the Epngktfiness which made the wife of Nathaniel Gieene so popular, and free from the social ambition which elevated Gen. Knox's wire Into the position of the society loader of Washington's administrations tn depth ofcliaracter and in positive influence she easily surpassed them both. A portrait of her at the age of twenty-one, one jear aftei her marriage, shows a strongand yet tender face, with a low, bicad forehead, full and expressive eyes, clearly cot nose, a raeuUi sweet and indicative of her sense of humor and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

The Woman THE SBA AND THE SURF. Xcw York, July 17. -Rich folks who own thelrownprivatechimki-or beach along old Neptune's bniderland, may think they en joy the tea and the surf, but they know nothing of theopportuiiltiesof cornjaraUvo bliss of which the shop giil and the office clerk partake on a hot Jul yday atthe beach es witlun trolley distance of Nev. York'. To leave an elevation of a huudrcd feel or bo. whTe the thermometer renters quite at, many degrees In height and where cod water antl air are at a premium, for t" joy or clinging for life to the lear end of a trolley car until the sea breeze begins to fan one', temples and straighten cne's hair, and at last one tees ttie ocean -to do this if. Hue sampling perdition and para disc on the same day. VenlyNcw Yori: lb the stalest of all summer resorts, for all who dwell 1 herein are Riven dally experi ence of the toiments which they are per mitted periodically to cj-cape, and hence they know whereof Uiey Hieak when they exult in ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

16 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 18, .1897. I I illll S3S33330SXD3SS S3SGXEX3Q3X3GXD3Q( 1 I itlij S Tlis&frte&l $Ibs I UXE33330333SSSS3S P- On top of tlie announcement that last night would fee the filial performance of the Columbia stoc-V company comes the more pleasant one that the troupe will piolong its Featon a week or mote. The large audiences or last week, the con tinued cool weather and the numeious re quests of pct.ple who taw nothing except ing loredom.and dearth of amusements ahead, is the cause of this change. As a bid for Bpecial popularity the hit of lite season, '"Niobe,"" will he revived and presented by an improved cant witli all the regard to detail and general ex cellence that eharactt-rized the last per formance here. As will be remembered the piece deals with the serious theme of "Pygmalion nn(i Galatea" done over by the Paultous, authors of "Erminie" and "A Superfluous HuEbaud." The story is novel aud excruciatingly funny, the lines bright and sparkli...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

THE MORjNTNG ' TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 18, 3897. m mm m pptri -g V ' jj UyAV. "W.JACOBS. I ) i n VII. tTlic search at Bymouth retained no artlior assistance from Sam. For the remainder of their &tuy there he hardly moved from tlie ship, preferring to smoke his pipe in penes on board to meeting cer tain Jocular spirits ashore who -wanted to buy boat laces. Conversation with.DIckund the boy he declined altogether, and it was not untilthey had reached Cocklemouth tnal he deigned to accept a pipe of tobacco from the cook's box. Cooklemoutli is a 8 mall lone place en U.e Website-wist. Whenalargeshipgetsiuio the tiny harbor the inhabitants come down to see It, and tbe skippers or email crart pop up from their cabins and yell out to know where it's coming to. Even when they sec It bound and guided by many lmvsorsMieyar'iiotsaUsri.-d.but,dauling fenders In. an obtrusive .fashion over the hides of tlieir ships, prepare for the wort. -"We won't find 'im 'ere, cookie,"' said Sam, as the syndic...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 July 1897

T THE -ItfOENINGT TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1897. "The Real Condition or Cuba Today" by Stephen Bonsai, is a work that every true hearted American, man and woman, should buy and read. The Hrst paragraph of Mr. Bonsai's dedication will explain the rea lon why. He cays: "To the starving and plague-stricken thousands in Cuba who be sought me while 1 -was with Uiom In pltoous accents tc go and tell my people the Mory ot their unimaginable woe, and who prayed in my presence to Our Lady of Pity. that L might be imbued with the btreegth to accomplish the task which their entreaties, as well as my appreciation of my duty imposed', I dedicate this inade quate iMit heartfelt description of their t1ti2Uou." We may be permitted to remark .at the Etart that the inadequacy suggested by the: author's modesty is not at all in evi dence, except that psrhaps it would be im possible for the mind and pan of any man to convey to the world a complete uuder utandlng of all the horrors tliat constantly must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

WEATHER PROBABILITIES. $ Tho circulation of Tha Sanday Times was 23,922 Copies. Daily average last weelr, 40,238 Copies. For the DlrtrJct of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, showers; cast to southeast 'winds. W': :n-o. 1,217. Washington, Monday mokktingt, jult 19, i89T eight pag-es. OjSE CE.NT. Wit r to. HUIIHE THREflJERS HftVUU The People Suffering Greatly for Want of Provisions. GOMEZ'S GUERRILLA WARFARE "Wonderful Success of Ilia Fabian Policy Spall Resources Almost tlixhaiisted, "While the Cause of the Insurgents Is Daily Develop ing Greater Strength. Havana, via Key West, July IS. Tlic sit uation in Havana city is very alarming, Le causs the wholepop'-lAtiua is threatened with famine. Cattle front the country can only be obtained m scch small numbers that only the very rich ciU pay the enormous prices demanded for meat. Vegetables and all other supplies nre also very scarce, and Gen. Weylei.in bpitcof many appeals from the people. Is atioiigly opposed to nuthorrahig tl'e inipo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

s THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, JUJLVY 19, 1897. HAD PEARL'S LIFE Mr. Anderson's $5,000 Merest in the Gay Miss Mallby. T2E' FOLICIr IN BIS FAYOR The Hoal Estate Denier Sold to Pay the Premiums. Parents of tile Girl Did Not Know of tlie rrangcmeiit Pearl Refuses, to licuy or Affirm the Story. BerhaiM it was more Uian friendship, or even the lander feelings of reciprocatedlove, that caused Tlion.as O. Anderson, real estate dealer and married man, 10 Induce Tcarl Slaltby to leave her home and par ents flee away with him. and create such a fceiiMilioii as hei recent escapade hah oc- i cashmed. The tucl leaked out yesterday j that Anderson has had the girl lake out u life insurance policy for $5,000 and have ttu'bumc made payable to him In ca-eof her deatU- She also carries a $200 accident policy, and upon both Anderson pays and lias paid the premiums. The auiuuritj tor tlie above statement Ib a no less per.sonape than pretty Pearl lienor. Despite the fact, that it is tald that Anderson had...

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