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PUBDLI1lED IIVERIY RA.TUDAY
I1. I. )'PI{E. Prop'r and Pub.
ifficral Jouruet of Ilthe Parisk o/
Lafourche.
.ni'ered at the Post ('ffiee at "liedaut. La
as merond class matter.
SUBSOiRIPTION PRICOE:
PEt YEARi, IN ADVANt: E........ $2.00
All colnmininieations should he ad
dr-soe'l to The TurInol)aUx SENT'INEL
fhiodatux. I.a.
CorresponarleC on subjelcts of general
Iatertest ',licite'1.
'I', insu e: r oth'e of theircolm ulloiRtions,
writsc;. II.t fur::Qih their r 'eal Lname, even
tholug ih t e'" ,r I s ot: I de=ire. to withholdl it
pllllica:tioai , :;a an evi::;' c of good faith.
Matter intenlded for pubUlication should ba
writtenl only o: ione Hide of the aheet, and to
insare Insertion ir the week's issue. co;ei
arunicatliou shoutill reach this ottlce by
S'elducldiy'a muiit of that week.
-" aubIrLibers who faill to receive their paper
dn t*ne A i'id nulotly us without delay.
SiWFully prepared to do job work
of every description.
The Jttdge As Guilty As The
Criminal.
The Picayune has received and ha'
been asked to print to fo:lowing peti
tiol to the people of England, Scot.
land and Ireland:
We, the undersigned, citizens of
the I:uited States of America, in the
name oL humanity hereby protest t
against the continued slaughter and
threatewed extermination of the citi
zees ,of tbhe Suth African Republic
und (l.)iugc Free State; and urge the
Ipeopl!e of Great Britain, Ireland and
the Britt-h Colonies, to refuse to coun
ten;ance at pIceeding that can bring
them ineither gain nor glory.
The Picayuue prints the petition
with pleasure, but with what sort of
confidence and assurance can the pei
ple of the Unitet States approach on
such a snbj ct the people of Great
Britain and Irelantd when the former
are themselves gut:ty of the very asme
souit of crime which ts charged upon c
their British cou.ins? With what
sort of consciencti can we protest a.
gainst the slnugitttr of the Boers and
the threatened extermination of the &
South Africai repuhb!es when we do
not protest against the slaughter of
the Fil!ipinos and the savage warfare
that we are waging against ihem?
However unjustifiable may be the
warfare that is being carried on against a
the Boers by the British Empire, it is i
no more so than is the war that is
being waged against the Filipinos by
the American people shall nodertake t
to pose as censors of European morals, b
they themselves must first have clean P
bands. Of course, there are many
individuals who are opposed to the
warfare against the Filipinos, but F
they make a mere minority of the peo. -
pk of the United States, and, from t
all the et idenoes of tt e conditions that
have brought on and kept up the war
in the Philippine., it must be assumed a
that the greatest inumbers of the peo. e
pie of the Unitedt States justify nd a
approve the existing condition, or else
they are indifferent to them. g
This is the reason that the people
of the Ur.ited States dare not make a s
publiic an'd ,ofliil. pr. test against th, u
warfare in South Africa, for it would c
be the most bhameless assurance and
hypocrisy to coldemin In other acts
of which the protesters and con lemner. d
a.e at this moment most redhsndedly ti
gu!ilty. It would be a case in which a
the condemnuiing judge would be equal P
ly culpable with the crininal on whom
he was passing sentence.-Picayue u
ars dU 11bsk ied Yu Hav Al BqM)
We are ini rceipt Oif a copy of the
Olive aug Blue, a pa:per puiblished by S
the students of Tulane University, "
which was sent us by our young t
frieinds Octave Coignet andti Francis it
Kioloe·ioh. These young gentlemen ti
marked .the spended article whtich i
appeaired in "t'rht paper, and stated
that thoy wished their triends to know .
that they are not imperialistically in a
c!in;(l. MI''.iKnobluboch also oformed Ii
us that the e(tltor of tle law depart t,
ment of the Olive awnil Blue is a .Mr.
R. E. Hlngle who was a resident of
It's ade the
ipEhwt nfro in i:
Cherry and the Pine i
DR. DA IS' ,
Compolnd Syrup
Wild Cherryan Tar
Cu er ('oNsu lururoe, Cou 4-s,
C(Ls, A Ti It. Ivlr Cti-ZA,
Co ii. ICL~iTCTION Oi TH E
M- ··:·E~-;f~f~i~F:~11
Thibodaux in his early c.hildh'~ol.
The one hundredth annivers'ry of
John 3lalshall's elevation to the Chief
JI:sticelshi of the United States, was
celeb at td most interestingly at Tulane
hull Last Monua.y afternoon. The
notable feature of the exercises4 whi'h i
were conducted utnder the auplices of
the Ihouisiana Bar Asso'iat;on and
the 'l'Tllnne Alumll.i, wat the llwet irl3
oraltion de!ive'red I-y Mlr..1. P. Blair.
of the Loulisina hlr. The "life of
Juhn 311aishal:l" was h itd'ed with
sul C:i.e and clearne-s, tha:it the dis
-tiguished.l p.aker was not in:re qaent.
Iy :lappl'Ud h by the :-senmldag.* of
I rCminent ledil,: . 11I lerol ation
an lo ithd wilh lthe rentimnent of im
pej iaiirt and eXpa Il- n', :aidi dal nl t
ki,,d'c tlihe ympli:; htic entlhusiasm of
the law !-tullhnt -; a:s was eitonIeous'3"
stated in one of the ueini ing d'tilies
The class, iimino.t e, at 1an1, is opposed
to this doctriine, antd roull not have
saLtctioned its uttetalt e.
Akide from th. la.ge number.'if
.Judges and legal ligi's many ladies
graced the occasion with their fair
presince.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kid You Have Always Bitht
Bears the
Signature of
Sparks From The Commoner.
(A valued contributor sends us the
following ;sparks". culled from The
Commoner. Our readers will appre.
ciate them).
The ammunition inok,.rs seem to
be the resi(lary leg.atees of the
modern methods of civdlzation.
Justice is the last thing Neelcy
and Rathboue shouitd ask for, but it
should be the fithat tiling th:y get.
The Nebraska senatorial deadlock I
might be broken by transplanting
Mr. Quay's plum tree to Nebruaka
soil for a few weeks.
sMr. Hanna objects to having it
called "the subsidy hill." Doubtless,
he would also enter objection to title
of "steal."
Crazy Soake should advang the 7
plea that he merely inteul to
Ihenevo'ently assimilate" a few white
men In his immediate locality.
Congress seems to think that the
farmer who receives a package of I
government seeds has no right to A
object to the giving of a subsidy to a
few shipowners. I
"'The expectations of the admtnis.
ration have not been realized," says
Gen. Mac Arthur. Thus an even
balance is maintained between the e~
administration and the public. i
It appears the more peaceful the .
ilihpinos become, the more reinforce. A
ments alac Arthur must have. The
Filipino. commission seems to need
the services of a first class occulist.
When it is of.:ialiy decided just c
when a pig becomes a hog we may
expect to have officially decided when (
n infant industry ceasts to be an C
infant industry and becomes full
grown.
A test has at last been discovered
for determining wheu a paper is 1
.aier corporate influence. If thi
ditor becomes violently agitated
when any reference is made to the
uommou people the chances are
sixteen to one that his paper is i
_efender of every scheme whereby i
Ihe organItzed few seek t obtain J
dvantage over the masses of tie f
peopie.
0
Suzerainty For Cuba.
As a matter of fact, the United t
*tates has no more right, to insist tl
upon a elause in the Cuban oonlstitue I
tion formally giving suzerainty to a
Ihis Government or conferring upon
it any power as to the foreign rela- p
tions bf the Cubalt government than
it has to deliberately annex Cuba to
the United States.
If. as the war resolution declared,
'the people of the Islani of Cubas
are, and of right ought to be free and h
Independent," then the application of a
that right operates as much against a
the United States as against any
ather power that might seek "sov-. i
ereignty, jurisdictiou or controtml over 'lE
that island. II
The Cuban republic will never 4i
work out its destiny it it is hampered .
as the South African republic wasic
hampered. In order to inspire thtl
Cuban ipo,Jle to struggle for the best t
In the details of government, they b
must by left as the war re-olution, B
11 .cl:.ul them to be. "free and iodc. s.
pendent."-The Commoner.
@t D
_ti
- --- --. El,
Congressiolal Poetry. i
The other iay thle (lull prceeedings e.
if thle ,'uise of Iepres n:alttves Ut (
i'.aliigtmuo wro en'lliveued by thle mi
en"lii:g of a short l)oem, offered by Io
ih Shlia.tie. tl. a.ined at the wan 1
o .A
L
- 1
SCASTORIA
..... .For Infhatu sad Cbldren.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
similating heaFoodandeoua
singtStnaamBcrsowýe O Bears the
Signature
Promots Digestion.Cheerful
ness and Rest.Contains neither Of
Opium.Morplhienor no ral 0o
NOT NARCOTIC. j
In
, Remedy ,rCFo Use
fon, Sour Stoeiach,DiarOxtid
WormsConvulsiors.Fe verish- For Over
nes and Loss o SLOverP.
7acSiile Signature of . I
EW YORK. Thirty Years
EXACT COPY OF WRAPP CASTORIR.
wu war aý 4
rho always asks on the foor, ,'Will
ou yield ?"
As the lines m iy 6ind app!icat:on
o people outside of the congressional
calls, it masy be well to give them
iublicity outside of the Cougresuonual
tecord. Here it go, s -
D10 MAN WITH BIO Motr. I
love the man who knows it all,
'rom east to west, from north to south;
Vho knows all things, both great and
small,
Lad tells it with his tireless month;
Vho holds a listening world in awe
'he while he works his iron Jaw.
itttimes in evening's holy calm,
When twilight softens sight and sound
Lad zephyr breathes a peaceful psalm,
.his fellow brings his mouth around,
Vith its long gallop that can tire
'he eight day cloel's impatient Ire.
[is good strong month I He wields it
well I!
[e works it just for all it's worth.
rot Samson's Jawbone, famed, could tell
nch mighty deeds upon the earth;
[e pulls the throttle open wide
Lnd works it hard on either side.
rp hill and down, through swamp and
sand,
t never stops; it never balks; 1
trongh air and sky, o'er sea and land, i
[e talks and talks and talks and talks
and talks and talks and talks and talks
and talks and talks and talks and talks.
cod Lord, from evils Acerce and dire,
ave us each day; from fear and woe,
rom wreck and flood, from storm and c
fire,
rom sudden death, from secret foe,
rom blighting rain and burning drouth,
ad from the man who plays his mouth.
great laughter.)
You can help anyone wh',m you
od suffering from ilflirmedl throat;
aryngeal trouble, bronehitis, crmghs, r
nlds, etc, by advising the use of F
iALLARD'd IIOREHOUND SYR- ,
SP; the great remedy for co,,ghs an'i
olds. P' ice. 25 and 50 ceuns. For
ale by Thabodeaux Drug Store.
CHARTER
OF I
he Bowie Lumber Co., Ltd.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF ORLEANS,Q
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, f
3E IT KNOWN, THAT ON THIS
Sthe twelfth day of the month of
anuary in the year of our Lord, One r
housand Nine Hundred, and One be- i
)re me James Jo-teph Woulfe, a Notary i
ublic in and for th- Parish of Orleans.,
tate of Louisiana, duly emlinmisioned
worn and qualified and in the presence
r the witnessed hereinafter named and
ndersisned, .
Personally Came and Appeared the I
ersons whose names are hereto sub- u
Bribed, who severally declared that f
,ailing themselves of the provisions of t
n act of the Legislature of this State, c
nown as Act No. 36 of the Session Acts
r the year 1.ts, and as well as of the n
eneraf laws of this State governing
:z formation of corporations in general,
fey do, by these presents covenant,
oree and bind'themselves, as well as 0
ieh other persons as may become here
rter associated with them, in order to .
rmn and constitute a corporation or
ady politic in law, for the objects and I
•rposos, and under the stlpalations
Illowing, to-wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name and title of this corporation
all be THE BOWIE LUMBER COM- I
ANY, LIMITED, and it shall have
ad enjoy succession and existenee for "
period of ninety nine years from date t
ereof. It shall have the power and
athority to contract, sue and be sued
make and use a corporate seal, and
sake, break or alter same at pleasure;
hold, purchase, lease, sell, mortgage a
hypothecate property, real personal o
mixed; to make and issue bondsl.to
md any portion of its capital stoek or A
;come on mortgage or other security, 1
name, elect or appoint managers
rectors and agents and to make and
.tablis sunoh by-laws, rules and regu
tions as may be requisite or necessary
ir ts proper management.
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of this corporation, and I d
s principal offee for the transaetion of I
Isiness, shall be in the town of m
OWIE, Parish of Lafourcho, Louis- 1
na.
The President, or in his absence, the
ice-President, shall be the ofifcer upon
hm citatio or other Judiolal process i
ARTICLE III. L
The capital stock of this corporation a
hereby tixed at the sum of One Million e
ollarrs and this charter shall be opera
ve and go into effect, anmd sad corpora
ian become a going concern when the
im of Five hundred Thousand Dollars
tall be subscribed for. The eapital
nck shall he divided into ten thousand
ares, of the par value of one hundred
llars er share, and shall be pid for
cash or the equivalent in real estate,
ill property, trmbered land lumber,
Ra, notes, honds or mortgages or na
,,r priwrt~y which the Board .t
ARTICLE IV.
The objects and purposes of this cor.
poration and the nature of the business
tobe carried on by it, are hereby de.
clared to be, to do a general lumber and
manufacturing and general merchan
dise business; to own and operate saw
and shingle mills, planing mills, sash,
door and blind factories and other
manufactories; also railroads, steam.
boats and pull hoats; to make contracts
for the sale of lumber and shingles, etc.,
and for the purchase of logs and timber
to own and operate lumber yards in
this and other States; to lay out town
and manufacturing sites, and in fact to
do any and all things necessary and
proper to the tarrying on of its busi
ness.
ARTICLE V.
The business of said corporation shall
be directed by and vested in a Board of
Directors, compoued of six stockholders,
each owning one or more shares of
stock. Said directors shall be elected at
a general meeting of the stockholders
convened for that purpose on the third
Tuesday in Jan:uary in each year, and
each share of .tock present or repre
sented shall be entitled to one vote.
The election shall be held at the prin
elpal office of the corporation, after ten
days gotice to each stockholder. Fail
ure to hold an election on the date spe
cified shall not dissolve the corporation
but the Directors in office shall hold
their respective offices until the election
be sub uently heid, after ten day's
notice of time and place thereof.
All vaneancles In said Board from
whatever cause shall be filled by the re
malinitn nPi!rN ri.
All meetings above set forth shall be
called on not less than ten day's notice
published in the official newspaper of
the Parish:
The Board of Directors shall elect a
President, Vice-President and Treas
urer. The Secretary and Treasurer may
not be a stockholder in said corporation.
A majority of the Board shall constitute
a quorum for the trtasaction of busi
ness.
The Vice-President shall be the gene
ral Manager of the corporaelon, and the
salries of all the officers shall be fixed
by a majority vote of the stockholders
at the date of election.
ARTICLE VI.
WNo stockholder shall be held liable or
r sponsihle for the contracts, faults or
d ,bts of said corporation in any further
sum than the unpaid balance due the
corporation on the shares owned by him
nor shall any informality in brganisa
tion have the effect of rendering this
charter null or of exposing a stockhold
er to any liability beyond the amountof
his stock.
ARTICLE VII.
This act of incorporation may be
amended, altered or modified, or this
corporation dissolved by a vote of three
fourths of the shares of the total amount
of stock, at a meeting convened for that
purpose, after ten day's notice in writ
ing mailed to the address of each stock
holder, and at least one advertisement
in the otlicial newspaper of Lafourche
Parish.
ARTICLE VIII.
At the expiration of this Charter, or if
sooner dissolved, the affairs of this cor
poration shall be liquidated by the Board
of Directors, who are hereby vested with
full power to sell any and all assets of
the corporation, and to convey full and
complete title, thereto, and shall have
full power to do and perform all acts
ngccessary and proper to fully and oom
pletely liquidate the affairs and distri
ute the proceeds, if any among the
stockholders in proportion to the amount
of stock held by each.
ARTICLE IX.
The following named persons shall con
stitute the first Board of Directors; R.
H. owa.man. T. Gordon Red Jr,
Bernard eCoske, William . Price,
Thomas Beary, with R. H. Downman as
Presient, T. Gordom Reddy Jr. uas Vie
President and General Manager, and J.
F. Wigginton as beeretar-re r.
They shall hold their ofces until the
seo nd usday in January 19~ or until
their successors are elected or qualified.
ARTICLE X.
This corporation shall be authoried
to begin busines whenevor fftyper cent
of the capital stock shall have been sub
scribed. Thus done and Passed, in my
office, in the City of New Orleans, State
of Loulsians, on the day month and year
first above written in the prence of
Maurice P. Woulfe and Joseph B. Nor
riss competent witnesses, who have sign
ed their names, ,together with the parties
hereto and me Notary after reading of
the whole.
(Original Signed)
ThOe Beary. R . Dowaman. T. Gor
don Reddy Jr. W. H. Price. Bernard
McCloskey. A. Baldwin Jr., Maurice P.
Woulfe. Jos. B. Norriss. James J. Woulfe
Notary Public.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mort
igaps in and for the Parish of Lafourche
do hereby certify that the above and
forgoin ct o Incorporatioxi of the
"THIE BWIE LUMBER ,OMPANY,I
LIMITED," was this d~v recorded in
my office in book Mise No. 7 folios 33L
et seq. i901,
(Signed) C. J. BAnEEn.
Clerli
I certify the above and foregon to
be a true copy of the original-Aq of
Incororation extant in my current not
arial Register.
l u I faith whereof I grant these
'L.8 presents under my signature
(- and the impressof my deal of
OfRce.
New Orleans, La., Jan. 19th. 01.
JAME& J. Wou.l.,
Notary Public,
LOCAL BUBIEBB DIBECTORY
B Nux & 035, a.
Sry Swed.
Clothlag. buete, lalts, uapeand .etiron
rill line of Furitaure aistn bt. 'lPhilip
t. Louis Straete.
*)NU X. T.
Market Mtand.
Aletron baued the best Bee I,. I iutton
Perk, Veel, sad eauesges ot all kinds.
Market Street. Thibudaex, La.
BJUU SALOON.
I, V.Trallle, Proprietor,
Choien wines and liquors. i6 eigars alww.t
,n hard. Co. Green and Market streets.
FROST H. W.,
Cypress and Pine Lambe,,
Cypress and dawed Shiugles aai, l saddler
Led harness. Blackaonihbing and borse
shoing a specialty.
lG"'DRE. C J.
Ckiee F lamily reseerles
Alo Peed and d bartoa. Cor. S. Philp and
Rose streets.
M EYER, DRS. A J. & L. .
Phyleiaems and nerlrens.
Proprietors of Mc.ver Drug Store. Mlin "treer
Thibodaux. La. F. E. Ban:ey, Manager.
OTH DItUG CO., L't'd.
Drasgglabs.
Drugs, Chemicals, Perlamery, School bek.
Stationery. etc. Cor. Main & Green streets
T HIOIODAUX DRUG STORE,
F. J. 611iot., Manager,
Drugs, Chemical.. Poilet Articles. Perfnaerfl
School books, Stationery. Cur. Main and St.
Philip streets.
W IsIOIT, MLS. J N..
Millinery MNare
Notion, Ladles hats and bonnets. Dreus
making. Cor. Market and St. Lotan streete
ZER.NOYF. FRANM,
Walehmaker &r Jeweller
Pine Jewelry. watchese ud larklu, eto. Malt
Street. between St. Philip and 't. Louis
LANCHARD, (D. D. .), .. E.
BDetIat
Corner Orebn andl St Bridget Street.
ATTORNEY8-A -LAW
ADBAUX, TUO:!As A.,
A teurney s.lM.aw.
Bank of Ltoeotebe building
I DOWELL & MARTIN,
Attorseys at I.aw,
Rooms . , 77,has b of Thibodlua Bellding
KWosUo W1CLAY
Sttseerey-,s.l.aw
OUees: Bank Bllding. Eatrrames Ia
Leuis Str.et
UDUOATIOXAL.
CHOL, EMMANUEL,
MlICe Tleebee
Gives !nstrumeatal, veces and Huareby' lee
wuas. Restdrace: Levee street
.JAIOIa, PROF. L. M.
seleet ble* lar Ie soy.
Eaglish and Prenech i all their branebes ant
Matbhematics t.ght. Marrow stmt, feet.
St Michael Srest.
MOUNT VAlUKL COhYNHT.
An Academy lo. Towns adldes
Rcps by the Seitere of Monet Carmel. Thor
ngh course. aglish nd Freek. Iesor e
Market Street.
NOTARAL.
COULO, Y. N.
esoary Publie,
Real BeSte sad Pire and Life laaaraae.
Aeut. Properties bought sni seold. Meomy
loaned and Imrrowe Bank of Lalosrei
uaililnlg.
i - -
e**p Dry.
Do not fear cold and rain The
Thibodaux Shoe and Hat Store has '
line of the highest grade waterproof
mackentoehes.
EMIL: J. BaEn, Prop.
N~EW ALVVEKTIEIENTN,
VIRGINIA COLLEGE.
Fr Tet u Ladies, Ieeke. Va.
Opens Sept. 1bth, 1900. One ol the leadIng
Schuouls fur YouIn Ladles in the Bouth. ar
nllcent unlding(l. all muodern Impruove.
ments. Cnmpus ten aresr. Grand moauu
tain scenery In Valley of V... famed for
bhealth. European and Amerlcan teachers
Full coare. Sguperior advantage nla Art,
Mosic, and Blocution. htudents from thirty
States. For eatallgues address
arTTI: P. HARlRIS, Pres., BRoenorie, Va.
N. '1. BOURG,
Market Stand,
AREBNT ST., THIBODAUXZ LA
-ALWAYS ONl IAI T C-
BBET O BErF, MUTTON. PORK VIALI
MD 1bAUSAGE1 OF ALL KINDS I
RAILROOA ~ .ET
OOTl'A' J. TOJP,
PROPRIETOR.
Chole. frehe, pork, Veal, name aa
- -oPEN BvwY MONxINx .-
iluated on he Ralroaed. eoraer I8. M1s
Irsad of easy ues mfrom all patL
Robt. Glover,
Copper, Tin and
SHEET. IBON WORKER
Thibodaux, ILs.
Shop on St. Louis St., between Main
and Thibodaux. Solicitng a share
of your patronagte, guaranteeing
frstclass work and at satisfactory
prices.
Boofng and Gutteing a 8peoialty
SRIPAI WORK PROlMT.y Dotu.
H. N. CoIulon,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MAREkifI 4r2R~J2,
Tllei&UaJ. LA.
S. BDouron,
Watchmaker and
Gunsmith
Keepaeoastantly on hand a
'large and complete aasort 0 sa
went of 9
FINE JEWLERY, U
CLOCKS AND
WATCHES,
THE CELEBRATED ... ",V,', f
ELGIN WATCHES UUNs 4
CONSTANTLY ON POWBDE, c
HAND. Also the NEW T1tIDuteI,
AMERICAN SEWING ING 'IATI
MACHINE. ,.orl at .. ET{'
WatcheI . ('locks.
ing Maclhin",
C(arefuliy repairep
teed. A full at~o~
ments. ail and h
kin Is of Sewing
behlad by applylng t
A. BO
Cor. Main and St. n()p
- A Au-nt forCREC
I,)LOUIIANA ''TEA31
XIl S , IilI1 i 11 110Ot !
HRO ER TS & CO., Proprie.
101, 303, 305,307 GIRAVIER SY
Peraih, Blinds, Doors, Moldling, Flooring und
Saulsters, etc:., *lwat *u ,;n hand or toade to ow -
Orders :.rom tliv arttI n oV i to.
SO YEARS'
IENCE
Tmaue MaMm s
end yeu r Job Printing
to this Osice. SatisfatPmis
Send your Job Printing
to this Office. Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
CLAY KNOBL OCH!
Art'y and Counselor at Law
Thibodaux, La.
Offices:
Gaude Building,
St. Philip St.
$900. YEARILY to Chrirtian man
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our growing business in this and
adjoining Counties; to act as AMana
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Manauger, Corcoran Building, opposite
United States Treasury, Washington,
D. C.
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