New York Tribune classified advertisement
January 3, 1903
ELLINGWOOD & CUNNINGHAM.
Ellingwood and Cunningham went bankrupt in 1907. The bankrupt firm was a central part of a case against graft and corruption among New York legislators in Albany. I expect that the search of histories of cancels on this site will lead to repeated scandals associated with New York and Tammany Hall. I don't know what became of either Ellingwood or Cunningham.
From the Toledo Blade from September 15, 1910:
The Auburn Weekly Bulletin of April 15, 1910, featured the following:
15 MORE NAMES ON IT
Watson Says Hotchkiss Didn't Give Out Complete List.
SENATOR AND ASSEMBLYMEN
New York Lawyer Calls Ellingwood & Cunningham a "Clearing House for Lobbying"