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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885.
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MAN WHO MADE A FORTUNE BY
SELLtrio. FORCED AUTOGRAPHS.
Imltntinc tho Wrltlne of Washington nnd
Franklin nnd Disposing of
lent Loiters Tilt He Hnd GIuU
ted tho Market
STho most expert forger of ntitogrnpUs,
especially of tho signatures of distinguished
Americans, who over Imposed upon tho
public, carried on "His operations for many
yours in Philadelphia, recoived his onty
punishment from oue of tho county court,
and at last died horo in groat poverty,
dosplto tho great profibi of his wrong-doing.
Hundreds of oolleotlons contain to-day
his forged signatures of Washington and
Robert Spring, as this forger called himself,
was of English birth and claimed to
have spruufc from an old Kontlsh family o(
farmers. He was industrious and pushing,
and when about SJ years old, BtuYed on a
tour t as a Belling "liinns'
Justice," a work Just published and in groat
demand. Spring was in those days comparatively
honest, and he traveled on horseback
through Pennsylvania, Virginia, tho
Carolina., Georgia, Kentucky and
meeting with (treat buccoss in soiling
hts books to Justlcos and lawyers. It was
whllo on this long tour that ho bocamo acquainted
with a new buslnoss, tho purchase
and sale of rare books and autographs
A WONDEIIFUL DISCOVERY,
His great opportunity, bowevor, and tho
event which Bufrsestod his forgurlos, occurred
about tho year 1855. Then, at a eulo in
Baltimore of tho accumulated paper of an
old bauklnghouso, Spring bought a cartload
of waste paper. In it he found a
in tho shapo of a quantity of choo ks oft
Gen. Washington on tho. Alexandria bank,
and on a bank of discount nnd doposlt in
Washington, where tho fathor of his country
had a credit. In tho cart-load of rubbish
ha also found n quantity of Washington's
buslnoss corroipoudenco, and also a
largo amount of blank foolscap, of English
manufacture, such as was usod in this country
until after tho revolution.
The chocks, which num bared hundreds, nnd
the letters, of which thero woro scores, wore
undoubtedly genulno, and had it not boon
for the tuggo9tlvo prosenco of tho old foolscap,
possibly Spring would bavo been contented
with their logttlmato sale, lie mailod
the checks to banks all through tho TJnltod
States and Canada, stating how thoy camo
into his possession, giving roforoncos as to
bis character and asking in roturn such sum
as the reciplont might boo lit to Bond. Ho
usually received for each check from $10 to
$30, and spmetlmos a much larger sum.
Hut tbe'ehacks could not last forovor;
Spring was not willing to end his llfo of
easo; tho old foolscap lay at band, and tho
beginning of his docolts flashed into his
mind. Ho bogan to forge Washington
autographs. His mothod of loarnlng to imitate
tho genuine bo skillfully that only an
export can detect tho fraud was at ouco
simple and ingenious.
TRACING THE SIGNATURES.
Evory ono has Boon tho old-fashioned
washstand, with a round hole in tho top, in
which tho washbowl was placed. Spring
took such a stand, placod a pano of glass
ovor tho bolo, over this a gonulno Washington
signature, and over this a sheet of blank
paper. Then beneath the glass ho placed a
lamp and darkened the room. Thus tho
signature was Ulumlnatod from bonoath
and could easily bo traced on tho blank
paper. By practice Spring loarnod to write
the signature with as much ease as hts own.
A study of the signature shows tho universal
defect in Spring's Washington
When Washington wrote his namo
bo always placod a dot under the superior
"o," with which he abbreviated "George,"
and another dot under the lino connecting
this "o" with the capital G. But in evory
one of Spring's forgorios the cocond dot Is
omitted. Soma of tho forgorios may also bo
dotoctod by wotting tho linger and lightly
rubbing tho writing. In tho forgery the
writing will usually bo smeared, though not
Invariably, The smearlug is caused by
Spring's method of making his Ink, when
dry, look brown, liko tho writing of tho date
ho was counterfeiting. Ha easily staluod
tho paper to the color of ago, and would
create it and givo it a worn edge by wear-ins;
it betweou his stocking and tho solo of
FQJIOINa WHOLE LETTERS.
Mow that his supply of checks was unlimited,
Spring enlarged his market, send?
lngtbem to England. Ho began, also, to
indite whole letters in Washington's hand,
and. for these he rocoivod much largor turns
thsavfor tho autographs. Tho" band writing
wij Imitated with marvelous precision, and
Mijprluii IlaJ raa very book ho could find
baaringn Washington's private llfo, friends
ho was ablo to givo tho letters
arfkjr jf naturalness, and never mado an
errpB B3dto time, place or person.. Spring's
victims woro most grateful to him for tboir
supposed prizes and rewarded him liberally.
Thus tho forgor worked his golden mine,
receiving Eometlmos $300 or $400 In a single
day. He lived in luxury, and during tho
civil war went to England, wbouce ho began
sondlng his counterfeits to America.
At last tho markot for Washington autographs
began to bo oxhaustod, and Spring
board that some of bis work bad boon
in Philadelphia. Ho crossod tho
channel, visited Paris, and thero conceived
the idea of forging Bonjamln Frankl in's
signatures. He did this so extonlvoly that
the philosopher's' autograph bocamo a drug
In tho markot.
CONVICTED AT LAST.
After the close of tho war, Spring returned
to this country and established himself
in Philadelphia as a dealer in old bosks,
engravings and autographs. Ho now
to swindle in loss artistic way. One of
bis plans was to wrlto letters begging for
pecuniary aid, slgnod with tho namo of
Fannie Jackson, a daughter of Stonewall
Jackson. Those letters wero addressed to
English holders of Contodorato bonds. Liberal
remittances wore often sent In answer
to, those appeals. For thoso operations
Spring was Dually arrested In this city iu
November, 1800, and was convicted of obtaining
monoy under false protonse.
On bis release, Spring went to England,
and on bis return confosse I that ho bad
mado about $4 000 by forging autographs of
Lord Kelson, ilo Ulod in great poverty In
1870, aged 03 years.
What the r'lay Lacked.
A manager sad to me tho other night.
"There was a dramatist in New York who
vas afkod by a certain 'emotional' actress
to write hor a new play something that
would have tho tlngo of originality upon it.
Ho did so, as bs thought, but it was rejected,
Ho callod upon the lady and asked
what her objections woro. 'It will never do
for me.'jShe replIoJ, In that tad way which
is hqrs both on and off tho stage. 'Why)'
persisted the dramatist. 'Wbyr echoed tho
notroBS. 'You havo a play horo of four acts
nnd yot thero isn't a "My God" or "Great
Heavens" in it anywhere. It's thnt "ily
God" of mine which has made mo till I
The Heavy Kriipp.
Italy seoms to experience somt dlfllculty
in getting tbo 131-ton Krupp- gum transported
to paints wbete they'ara wanteU.
They require, In the first plaoo, a 89-tort car
for their transportation, and the railways
and bridges are not strong oivjnjn to bear
the great weight, j tbo authorities are In a
Several Ship) Anndly from Liverpool.
By "Oriente" from Liverpool, Steamers from San
Francisco and other late arrivals,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
English and American Prints,
While Cottons, Unbleached Cottons,
Linen Drill arid Duck, Crown Canvas,
French Merino of different qualities,
Grey, Uhie and Miieil I lannel,
Waterproof Tweeds, Dress Materials,
bilks, Satins, Silk Ribbons,.
Velvet, Hosiery Underclothing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, White nnd Printed Moleskin,
Linen and Cotton Ltstodos, Towels.
.Handkerchiefs, Mosquito Netting,
Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women's & Children's Hoots & Shoes,
(tUes and st les adapted to this market,) ,
Horse Blankets. Bed Blankets,
(all sizes, weights, qualities and colors,)
Velvet and Tapcstru$
Ruys and Mats,
Centre Rugs, Navy and Merchant Canvas,
Filter Press Bags, (90x36), Sugar Bags,
Rice Bags, Coal Bags, 3 & 5 Ply Twine,
English, Hawaiian & American Flags
(li S and 7 yards,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, Side Saddles, Saddlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Galvanized Buckets,
Tinned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Try Pans,
IJUtCllCl IXH1VCS, (YI11YC. BIHI lUIKh
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead, Galvanized Water Pipe
lA to 1 Inches).
White Lead, (various qualities),
Boiled Oil, Turpentine,
(31 gauge, 6, 7, 8 and 9 ft. lengths),
Galvanized Screws and Washers,
Yellow Shcathtna Metal c0 Nails
Annealed Fence Wire, fence Staples,
Wire Plant Guards and Arches,
Steel Rails, with Fish Plates, Bolts and Spikes,
A LARGU rKESII ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanic's Tools,
Robey & Go's Portable Engines,
One Splendid Piano, by Brinsmead & Sons,)
Tested Chain, Gosage's Soap,
(a qualities, In bxs 94 and 60 bars),
Best Welsh Steam Coat, Coke,
Flooring 1 lies, Fire Clay,
Portland Cement. (White & Johnson
Fire Bricks, both square and
Lump Rock Salt,
(3 to la inch widths.)
A Large and Fresh Assortment of
Californian and English Groceries
N. E, BURGESS,
OAlirENTEll slND JiUILDEIl,
Respectfully announces to the public that
he lias purchased the
Buklness recently conducted by Mr. G. SI. Lake, at
No. 84 King street, which will be under the managt
mentofhissonB. P. BURGESS.
T he Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer
and prompdy deliver
FREIGHT, PACKAGES & HAGGAGE
In Honolulu and vicinity.
FTXRlNTrXTXRE &5 3PXA3KTOS
Moved with care.
HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
Buslress heretolore kept by Mr. J. W. Hingley, at
No. 84 King street, which will be conducted by his
son, G. W. BURGESS, and where everything In
the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ot
tile best nuatttv.
Thanking the public for past favors and guaranteeing
to promptly execute all orders In cither line of
reasonable charges would respectfully solicit a
share or public patronage.
Ofllca Telephone No. SOS,
llcattlenee Telejihone No. IBS
No, 81 Klny Street, Honolulu.
H. I. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR.
Begs to annouuca to his friends and the- public In gen
eral that the above Saloon provides
ssIRofrosrini od t s
From 3 a. M., tilt so r m'J
(CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
, One of Brunswick & Balke'scetebrnted
ToWos U "
1' connected with the establishment, where lovers of
wnf the cue can participate.
c.IJ, WALLER, -..",' Pioprletor
CliolcostllMoats ifromliFiiiost Herds,
Families andahlpplng supplied short notice and
Lowest Market Prices.
?JIAII meals delivered from this market arc thoroughly
chilled immediately after killing by means of a Bell-Coleman
Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated retains all Its Juicyproperties, and is guaranteed
to keep longer after delivery than freshly-killed meat
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Salmon Bollloo, 1SSS Catch.
Just received from Portland, Origon, by
OASTIiE & COOKE
Tnese Fish can be relied upon as first-Class
L PLANING MILL. L
Alalioa. nonr Quoou St,
C. J, Hardie, Contractor and Builder, Is Proprietor
Mouldings and Finish alnajs on hand, The ml
keeps for tale hard and soft stove woodcut and split
Telophone No. ul asv'WjSJ
No. 42 Queen Street.
Have- now landing
For Alameda & John 3). Sprookols,1
LARGE SlltrMENTS OP
Consisting In part of
Bbls. Flour, Golden Gate.
Bbls. Flour. El Dorado.
Sacks Wheat, Best,
Sacks Barley, Best,
Sacks Corn, Best. Whole, .
Sacks Corn, Best, Cracked, " v
Sacks Bran, Coarse and Fine, ,
Sacks Beans. While, V
Sacks Beans, Red,
Sacks; Beans, Raj on,
Sacks Beans, Horse, . , .
Sacks Beant, Lima
Sack: Onions, Best Silver Skin
Sacks Potatocs,lles' In Gunnies.
Cases Extra Soda Crackers,
Cases Cracked Wheat, to lb. bags,
Cases Urn Meal, white, 10 ID. bags.
Cases Oat Meal, to lb. bags,
Cases Corn Starch.
Casks Dupie Hams,
Casks C & A Hams
Cases R. B. Bacon.
Cases Fairbink's I.ard, 3 lb. pail.
Cases rairbank s Lard, 5 lb. p:
Cases Fairbank's Lard, 1 lb. pail.
Cases Whitney's Butter, In tins,
Half bbls. Butter, Tickle Roll, ,
Qr. bbls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Half firkins Butter, Gilt Edge,
Qr. firkins Butter, Gilt Edge,
Cases New Cheese.
Boxes and bdls. Salt Codfish,
Bbls Tierces Columbia River Salmoa
Cases Fresh Eggs,
Cases Laundry "Stirch,
Boxes Brown Laundry Soap,
Pure Java Coffee, Roasted and Ground, 1 lb. tins,
Sacks Green Coflce,
Chests Japan Tea, z lb. papers,
Chests Japan Tea, i lb. papers1
Boxes Raisins, London Layers,
i boxes Raisins, London Layers,
i boxes Raisins, London La ers,
Boxes Raisins, Muscatel
Cases Mixed Pickles,
Cases Spices, assorted, all sizes,
Pils Mince Meat, Atmores,
Tins Mince Meat, Cuttings.
Sacks Lnghsh Walnuts,
Sacks Soft Shell Almonds,
Sacks Texas Pecans, extra lvge.
Cases California Honey, 1 lb. tins,
Cases King, Morse & Go's., fresh canned,
Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables.
Bales Wrapping Paper, extra quality
A LARCH ASSORTMENT OF
Best California Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers.
French and American Calfskins,
Sheep Skins, Colt Skins,
Hawaiian Saddle Trees.
And other goods too numerous to mention.
wilL be sold at
X, W, McCHESNSV & "1
No. 42 Quoon Stroot.
G. BREWER & GO.,
Offer foralc to jurive per
BARK AMY TURNER,
, From Boston, due
0 'jrii"'" 1, 1885
Franklin Stove Coal In Casks,
i bbls. Crushed Sugar,
Cases Frazer's Axle Grease,
Cases Hoe Handles,
Bbls. No. 1 Rosin,
H bbls; Wilmington Tar,
liales Navy Oakum,
Cases Ex Lard Oil,
Grindstones, Iron Safest
FARMER'S BOILERS,- -
Bbls. Dairy Salt,
Bbls. Cement, i)i and a In. Ox Bows,
Cases Axe and Pick Handles,
Bbls. Ex Prime Pork,
Cumberland Coal In bulk,
White Wood Lumber,
K -1. Y 1
Eastern White Pine Lumber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codfish Balls, '
Cases Clam Chovder,
Fish Cowder and Gheiklns,
Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases IlLckln's Tomato Soup,
Cases Huckln's Mock Turtle Soup,
Cases Huckln's Ox Tall Soup,
Burkets, Lime Wash Boardr,
Casts Chairs, Cotton Waste,
Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Keg's Yellow M. Nails,
Bbls. 'I wine, Bales Duck.
Hide Poison, Linseed Oil,
Cases '1 urpentine
Gases Brown Soap,
ii bbls. Mineral Paint,
Book Cases, Assoited,
')m."H Extension 'lop Carriage:
Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Soda.
Honolulu, It. 1.
Would call attention to their Large "and
" i.varled.Stock of .
- !- -Vr
, t' -
Consisting of 'the unrivalled Paris Steel ' '
The'Mohne Steel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo'
., sline Steel Pjows ell sizes Planet, Jr., Culll.
vators, Dirt Scrapers, .,,'
John Dooro's Gang Plows,
Planters' Hoes of the best makes '
DISSTONS' "CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order, Ames' Shovels and Spadev
Garden lloes. Caml Barrows, Ox
Bows, Yokes, Chiins, Fence '
g . Chains,
Sugar Mill Requirements. -
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder. l.ara
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Albany
Grease, Disston's nnd
S. and J. 1 iics, all sizes and
kinds. Steam Packing, Flat
and Round Indii Rubber,
Asbestos and boap btone,
Flax Packing, India Rubber
Hose, ji to 3 Inch, Pipe.
- and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished. Machine
Bolts, all sizes, Cold-pressed
Blacksmith's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
4 Inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American Bar Iron and Too,
Steel, Builders' Hardware, ,
all kinds and styles, Hub- .
buck's Paints and Oils, raw,
and boiled, Small Paints in
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian, ,
Red, Ochres, Metallic, &c
Whiting, German Window
asstd sizes, Aianiu nope
No. 1 and a Flour, No, s and a Rice, -Crushed
Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory!
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk?
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The
Kerosenn Oil, M'enton's
lAnliit'i 4 Inch, Ilubber
Slrla anil Canvas Ilralce just at
hand.BIake Steam Pump
&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CON3ICNMSNT
California Haj Barley. Potatoes, Barrels
- Salmon, lams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices. ' ,
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
vorIc and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction Engine, power
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
with dispatch 351-365
fiVIIIG .& OO.
No. 34 Port St., Clock Building, .
Have wived a consignment of the most Economical
and Valuable Feed for all kinds of stock, viz i
COOKED 'LINSEED MEAL.
It Is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and Butter producer
, Oil Cake Meal shows about 37 per cent of nutiltlve
matter ; this nearly 39 per cent,
zoo lbs. of this meal is eaual to loo lbs. of oats, or
318 lbs of corn, or 10767 lbs. of wheat brim.
Also, our Unrhalcd MIXED FEED, as well as our
usual supply offlie best kinds of .
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Eto, Etc.,
Which Is offered at the Lowest , Market Rates, and
delivered free to any part of the, city. v .
Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California.
Agents for the HOOVER TELEPHONE.
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of California
TEIJ'.PIIONE NO, 147. 3-16-361
LIE, IIME, LIME !
Patronize It onto Manufnoturo.
The Hawaiian Stone Company.
Are now prepared to furni?h ffesh Lime in
quantities to suit purchasers, "and satisfaction
warranted as to both the kind nnd the price,
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
HOLLISTER & CO.
INVim XHV ATTENTION Or TIM
VV11I.IO ,C COVST11Y ilEllullASTS
i In particular to their large and
'. 'varied assortment
h VNDBOllG'S I'UItFUMEltY,
i just received, litis Is acknowledged
to be the finest perfume In the
jvorld. All of one quality.
, Great variety of odors styles '
and prices, also
Celluloid, Trassoosy ' '4
' , (all shapes and stle)
and the largest and most complete stock of
, PATENT MEDICINES,
ever kept In this Kingdom, A
' large invoice, of
n'Asirr.n micvitjuuianhan sro&'au
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS & CO'S
J. C AYER & CO'S
Horseford'a Acid Phosphates,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
AUcock Parous Plaster Co',
Murray & Lanmans Florida Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and
facturers of the celebrated
Agents for Wm. S. Kimball & Co's
Fragrant Vanity Fair,
Tobacco and Gtfiarettea
.which, have no rivals. The
largest assortment of
-PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE fr SODA WATER
has alwajs been recognized as the
best In the market.
OUR OINGER ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula in
New York. '
AERATED WA1 ERS In Patent or (Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, jo NUUANU ST
RETAIL, Co. TORT & MERCHANT STS
CONTRACTOR and UUILDER,
STEAM PLANING MILLS
' ' ISihnaile, Honolulu.
Manufacture all kinds of
v Window frames,
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
t.VTurnliiK, noroll, and laud nawlng.
All kinds of Planing and Rawing, Mortising, am) Ter
ORDERS PROMPTLY, ATTENDED TO AND
Ordtnfromjihc WUwU solicit J hre. h'W
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VsssssssBsslsHssUrky U 1 t ?W1'SSkMlH MsslsR MOhWUttliinHTl
'AT tliefUlaStancl, NoT8
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL T11K LATEST IMPROVED
SrJ?0"3E3 uWI RANGES
Granite Iron Ware, Plain and Nickel-Plated J
Tin Ware, ofTd! kinds;
Lamps and Lanterns ;
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OP ALL KINDS,
3T.A variety of House Furnishing Goods too
"THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL" FOR 1886'
First in .the Field and foremost in the estimation of the
Will be issued during December, in time for the January
' ' ' '
New features of special interest are sought for and added
from time to time, and no pains or expense is spared to meri.
the confidence accorded it from near and far.
Advertisements are now in order at' regular rates ; no fancy
Orders are already received for'the forwardance of adarge
supply,-as soon as issued, throughout these islands and abrpad.
Parties desiring early copies will please forward their orders. '
TIIOS. G. THRUM, Publisher.
Kaalmmanu St., Honolulu
Galvanized Iron, and Lead Pip
Sheet Lead and(Copper;
Iron.Stone Drain Pipe.
mid Shoot Iron Vork,
ATTENDED TO. "
numerous to nuutlon. "348-
and Serges, Tweeds,
Trimmings of Every Description.
bought for Cash at the Factory can be sol
and Fit Guaranteed.
61 - tf
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer.
76 Fort Street.
& Co., anil Samuel Nott.
taking we ofler a large line of
W A R E,
Stores at-greatly reduced prices :
Lanterns, Milk Cans,
Pans, Milk Pans,
Bung Dippers, Strainers,
Etc., Etc,, Etc.
Fancy Coatings, Trousersings
These Goods having been
at the very lowest ratcb.
13. F.' DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
No. 74 and
Successors to Dillingham
Preparatory to Stock
Suitable for Country and Retail
Coffee Pots, Tea Pots,
Tin Pails, Tin
Milk Pails, Dish
, Jot'rirjn: dlrjbcviiscmcnte.
T, MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
A SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Under Military Discipline,
located In llio luautlful viHBC of San Matto, 'on tho Southern raeths R. R si miles from En Traneiseo
Kstahllihcd It) iBj. Fourteen Instructors of reputation and abllv. The buildings are otenslve, an
heated hy steam aad are In evtty way arranged for the health and if nfort cf the cadets. Irlnity Sestlo
Vcirlnsjuly n. ,
t.r further lnf.rm.tlen and eat.!..., jus, ...
Wi ALFREJ ,E BRr.wRR, M. A,.
, ,g Princrj)
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