Issue 9 and Volume 53.

Personal The death is announced of Charles F. Brotherton, for 19 years the head of the Ashtabula, O., Water Company. He was one of the enterprising business men of that city, and much esteemed. Deceased was a member of the American Water Works Association, and was usually seen at its annual conventions. On the occasion of his 34th birthday. Chief James W. Dellinger at a called meeting of the fire department of Taylor, Tex., was presented with a handsome set of gold link cuff buttons and a breast pin, as a token of the appreciation in which he is held by the firemen of the city and the manner in which he has administered the affairs of his command. John Henry Spengler, of the firm of Arnold & Spengler, who assisted in installing the Memphis, Tenn., artesian water system, died January 11, in Chicago. The burial took place in Memphis,…

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