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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895.
Is a waste, and harmful in every way. Thousands of
people arc deprived of half the actual nutriment of
their food because of bad cooking and the want of
means to make food palatable and digestible. The
Is recognized as the most perfect cooking apparatus
yet produced. It is made of malleable iron and cold
rolled, double-stretched steel-plate throughout, ex
cept Tire-box, which is made of the best gray iron.
The oven and fire-box are built on aa entirely new
The Tualestic Steel Range
. is no experiment; it took
30 years to perfect it
II SIEMON & SON, Ac cut 3.
E 'lol.l Second Avenue, ... HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
THCT ALMOST FLY
" i j THAT PLATE fc-
Neither will medicine.
All you need is to get
outdoors and let the tonic of rapid
motion put new blood into your
veins and tissues.
I Buy x... jfjggi
fiest ... Columbia
Or a HARTFORD 80, 60.
Boys' or Girl?' Hartford $50.
by mail for two
For Boys From
8 to 15 Years Old.
They consist of nnp
coat (rut double:
breasted', two iKiirsc
of knee p:ints, and a
eiip to Match ii.ll,
tnudo of strictly all t
wool clotte, and ii
iirfc cliiSH nuir of j
pho, youcm:kl not 4
duplicate tin in nt
nuy oilier st.iro for ;
vs ttinn 7.6i). Ourd
Tup thousands wp t
sell every month tell 1
best how the peoDlc j
like theni. i
Free 11 you ask rur iu 1
N. W. Cor. State and Jackson Sit. .CHICAGO.
ASPEC1AL BARGAIN IN MEK'S
Wt i A
tl. . ,
Men's single breasted
c,.t 1 ... r
r J snits make of strictly all
wool black, blue and
brown serges, black
clay worsteds, brown
nU gray mixed cheviots
and finest indigo dye
blue flannel suiting3,
regular price $15.00.
Special Kail Order
Price (or 30 Days,
chnrirc. Mom y n fiindrd aiitusvtr yon taluk
you cun do hi tor cb hern.
N. W. Corser Sfcts and ItCkMt (HlfAGO.
1 JOSEPH I EMI
rfll,-e in VeCn lnucli llail.lin?. 1SJ W.
ThirJ Hrwt, la- ui.ri. tiilicc Uuart
9 ni to l! m. nmi '-' to 5 1 m. t.rning.
WndntHwi s mi i sturiiiijrs onl, lroiu 7
to 8. u.ias tJ 3 jj in.
Special Lines of Practice.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat,
Iiiibss nvd Stomach.
RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED,
Cliargog for treatment reason
able. Successful treatment by
mail.. Send for book and nlso
Pi ' Tn r. ri'w ,.,. AiT?
Seems to Control tha Action of
That Bond Syndicate.
SOT BOOTH) TO BACK THE EESEEVE
So an Aathorititire statement AmeTti
Maintaining the KHOO.OOO.OOO of Gold ia
the XoU;nl Treunry Without Any Obll
Kutliin, vid Wilt runtinue So to Ita as
Limu Ii Xcceiary or roK,ilile A Fiuan
rial rare on Wall Street.
Xf.w York, Spt. 14. Yesterday was nn
pxciiing oh-? and for a time bid fair to be
a critical one in the financial field, so
thiit ninny feared that It mijjlit pass into
Mstorj- ns n smaller edition of a certain
ISliu-k Fritlay of years ago. Rut liist nijrht
tlic disturliin elements were bettor un
dcrsiJKMl, mid the outlook for the treasury
and tiic Maintenance of its pold reserve
was comparatively clear. Uncertainty as
to the intention of tho government tkmd
syndirate to maintuin the reserve at tho
cutiiry mark, and as to its ability to do
so, had disturb:! the rnorded interests in
creasingly throughout the week. A crisis
was reached yestenlay niorniiifr when the
irinounermcnt w:ts made that the linn of
L izard Freres, which is n lnemlxT of tho
bond syndicate, hud enpigk-d $2,500,0JJ of
ld for shipment
lUr.kn Come to the Rcscne.
This announcement naturally jmvp ris
to the impression that thj syndicate had
withdrawn from its controlling ptsit ion
iM'hind the throne, and it sent quotations
tuul!i!ix in Wall stiv.-t, lx-sides starting
slories that the syndicate hiid dissolved,
that a bond issue was imminent, and that
th" treasury would fast drift back to its
old position of the dark d:iys of last
winter. Hcfore. the ufternoon luid
p issed several of the cily luniks liatl
come to the aid of the sub-treasury with
dtiim-.it s if pold made in cxehan;r9 for
givciib:icks, cxplanalions had been mailt!
by nuur.bi-r of the syndicate and the firm
which rturUnt the panic, and quiet hud
lvcn n'stonsl when the. iimtiietl institu.
t'eiiui closed tlicir dHrs for the day. '
Ielsits Will OlTsi t Sllipmruta.
Tlie jjold deposits made by the bank
Will oifset. slilpineatstiMlay. The Hanover
National bant; set the example withudi!
posit of ?.V.',U)'). That made JM, UJO.ti D in
p.ld that til- Hanover bank bad paid in.
l'r-s:dent Howard said, siaci! the last loan
was made. The Amerii-an Kiichane Na
tional !.mk also paid into the treasury
.Do.ir.it. and the National Hank of Com
nerve followed suit with another e.tM.O rt.
With reference to this deposit President
rhvrnmn said that tie t.'a.:. represnt
cd onc-siiird of the liank's told holdinprs,
and that if all the Kmks contributed frultl
in the sum" proportion, then! would lm nn
furrlier uiilicuity. The Natioiud City
luink is cre.iited with an lareiitlon tj u;
jK).-it )iKi.i)!j or double that, amount. It
is expected iii IvinkiiiK circles that Miotic-
pi isi is of pold 1 17 the hanks tor pri"en'
backs vrtll r a h j.i.O)ii.!M this v.ivk.
Week Nearly Kijuals th" Kcciiril.
The kaov.-n shipr.i; nts to I'.nrop,. t:vbw
wll !k-: i0il,00ii by Ijinr.l Frer.-, -imo.'Vi
I iy William II. t'rossmr.n 6z l?n.,
i,iviO liy Iioskier, Woo.1 & Co , e-AW0
by Hani and Rand, and $lut).(ill by Nss
lapi' & I'ulli-r, while llnaily & Harman
will for.va.-d lietw.-en f l.Vi.Oirt an.l 0!),0i'm.
This will nink" n total for the week of
L'KMHl, III el.irpi'sl weekly outflow on
tii-.l ex.Tpl the $7.Ti;.i!li sent abroad In one
week last Jnnfiary, when the Jr.tin uiK,n
Uie reserve' reached its hiijbi-T-t tide. Kx
planaiiiins of the (tosition of the lioml syn
d:caie towards the treasury and of the rea
s ins iuiiell inr Ihizard Freres t: combat
the l'!iey of his ofllcauues have been so
cured I iv tJie Ass.icii.ted Press.
1AT fcl.ililiism. ClrK. I. Tr,t pi i M.l, ,li.7
MALYDOS MFC CO., Incatr7u
lnteIliKBt forecast of what waa likely to
result from tho then oiistinp conditions.
At this nme, they add. everything seems
to be going counter to the general expecta
tions. Several months ago it was stated
that the supply of whisky withdrawn from
bond just previous to tho anticipated in
crease in the internal revenue tax was
about exhausted, and that the next few
weeks would see a material increase in the
revenues from that source.
This increase, however, has fallen far
below expectations, with no immediate
prospect of an advance. The rrtrlpts from
customs sources were also confidently ex
pected to advance at a rapid rate. It was
arprued that tho stocks of merchandise
throuphout tho country were practically
exhausted, nnd that of necessity impor
tations would show a marked improve
ment. It was predicted also that as the can
ning season approached the sugar Impor
tations would add materially to the re
ceipts, and yet none of these expectations
has been fully realized.
Though the receipts from internal reve
nue und customs shnw some improvement,
there is a wide difference between the
actual figures nnd the confident expecta
tions of the officials. Whether the antici
pated cotton and grain shipments will re
lieve the situation so far as gold esporta
tions are concerned remains to be soen.
The amc.ant of the exportations of gold
during the last twenty months is unprece
dented, tfince Jan. 1 of last year tho gold
coin and bullion exported from the United
Rates aggregate about Slffit,3Kl,3U0, while
the importations during 'the same period
amount to only f lS.fii:t,5il, which leaves
flie excess of exports over imports about
OOLII Sl'XMCATK IS SOT IMH'XD.
No ObliKalion of Any Kiml to Maintain, tiia
The following ttatement 'was author
ized by the liond syndicate last night:
" Tin impri'ssion has ln-come general that
th.! bond syndicate entered into an ngsec
inent with the United States treasury to
maintain the f lno,t,"i reserve until
:ct. 1 prox., and that upon that date said
obligation will cease. Such is not the
c:;se. Tin; Is.nd syndicate fulfilled all its
obligations to the government in June
last, n;id has not since been boimd in any
way to the treasury. It is true that it has
from time time sines last .Tune paid over
various snms in gold coin to the treasury,
which have sniii vd t- maintain tho re
serve, but it ha (Vine so voluntarily, and
will cont iii tic U do so in tho same spirit
und for the same motive.
Ho f;;r as Oct. 1 is concerned it has no
relation to the action of the bond syndl-c-ite.
and it will continue to deposit gold
until Nov. 1. und Dec. 1, and Jan. 1. ii
ntifssary, end if existing conditions make
it feasible to do so. Hut. neither the liond
syndicate cor any one else ran control the
elements. But he idea that its relations
to the treasury situation will be any dif
f -rent on or affer 0;;t. 1 rhan they are
now and have liccn all tilting is erroneous
and should lie corr.-eted." .1. l'ierpont
.Morsaii, tlie beii.1 of tha b ind syndicate,
siM.ke reassuringly of the outl-xik.
The following statement was male in
wrilinp by Messrs. Ii7.arl Kren s: llop
iti that Lillsof ex'-hange aytiiist nier-chandi-v
cxiswt would conic in the market
In fair amounts during the lirst liaif of
Hi'ptcniber we contimutl for a long time to
supply our customers with bills of rx
change for which we could not at the time
liml cover. A combination of circum
stances leaves the market baiv of com
mercial billsand makes necessary the ship
nfent of gold to cover part S the accumu
lated indebtedness and to continue sup
plying the daily demands of the trade.
"Th reasons for these conditions ere in
part the late cotton crop and the slow
movement thereof by Europe holding
large tiuintitics of cotton nt cheap prices,
and 11 indisposition to buy freely at quo
tations now ruling. Further reasons are
the poor demand for our wheat, and the j
low price it brings, and the cheapness of '
money at this cejiter, which makes it un
desirable for European bankers to increase
their loanuUle funds here."
THEA.MHV OFFICIALS IX THE D.UK.
lixpeetatlon. as to National Finances Sees
to Uouk AH Agley."
WashincToX, rxpt. 11. Referring to the
gold situation at New York treasury of
ficials say that never before in the history
of the department Las the financial con
dition of tho country contained to many
contradictory elements, and never before
have the ufTinlnls bcua tillable to giT air
YACHT RACES ARE ALL "OFF."
Itnth lsclln anil lltoimven Dignstctl wltb
the ltijr Fluke
New York, Sept. 1 1. There seems to
be nn prospect now of any more Rices lxv
tween the Ik-fender nod the Valkyrie III.
Lord Uunraven and C. Oliver Isclin nro
thoroughly disgusted with the whole busi
ness, and n'.rhotiph mutual friends huve
bestirred themselves to patch up a truce
in the hostilities there is no likelihood
that tho two racers will ncet again. This
idea is strengthened by the fart that the
Valkyrie, which is at lkiy Ridge, is being
dismantled and prepared for tho voyage
back to Knpland.
t'rcneral Taylor, of Hoston, offered a cop
or trophy valued at fTi.oikl for a race to he
eailtHl off 15ostn, but Mr. Isclin repliixl iu
these words: Many thanks for the gen
erous oiler. 1 i iut t'. vline at present to
race the Valkyrie." The tone of the reply
shows that Iselin is disgusted at Jyird
Dunraven's action in not racing on Thurs
day. H. M-aitlair.l Kersey, who np
rcscnts lrd Dir.imven, said that Lord
Ounmven had said positively that he will
not race the Valkyrie iu American waters
It seems when hot h owners are so posi
tive that the matter is elided. The feeling
throughout Fngland, as shown by tho
press comments over the fail lire of the
mafc-h between tho Valkyrie and the De
fender, thotiph einlxxlyinpr many shades of
opinion, pener.illy upholds Lord Dun
raven, who is considered ti have had just
laufj for ab.indoninp Thurstkiy's race.
INCIDENT OF DURRANT'S TRIAL.
OotHl-IjMikinw Ciirl Who C.Ives tlie Prisoner
I'ltmcr autl lXulses lite rollco.
Sax Fu.wriHto, Sept. It. The prosecu
tion continues to wtr.ve its web around
Durraiit, but has so far not brought on
nny witnesses to prove that the prisoner
was seen with Tihinchn Latnont on tho
day of tho murder. Ever Since the enso
liegan a girl of prcpiissessinjr .ipjieaRinee
has haunteil the court room. For a time
she brought every morning a bunch of
llowers, which she sent to the prisoner
by a deputy sherilf.
This action attracted so much attention
that she discontinued it. During the pro
oeedlugs she s:ts with her eyes riveted on
Durrani's face. The prisoner never gives
her any attention, but the police believe
that they are ::t least acquainted. Tho
young woman lives in Oakland, but al
though detectives have been detailed to lo
cate lier she always manages to eludo
them. She is jK-rftH-tly aware that she is
being watched and seems determined to
Passed as Mine Inspectors,
SPlilNCKlKI.H, Ills., Sept. 14. Of eigh
teen candidates for appointment as state
mine Inspectors the following have passed
the preliminary examination: Robert
Wining, Cartersville; James Bennett,
Ilnlidayslhiro; John Keay, Springfield;
Hugh J. Hughes, Litchfield; L. T. .tones,
I .add; (x. S. Cnnimings, (Sartlner; James
A. Keating. I'eoria: Charles Duncan,
Springfield; F.ihvard Fellows, CUva; Rolj
crt l'ickett. Spring Valley; Henry Mallov,
Springfield: James A. Heatty, Mascoutah,
and Alfml C. Blake, Havana. Tho fol
lowing passed the examination for mine
managei-s: Allicrt Springer, Glen Car
hm; Mike Clifford. Kewunee, and John J.
(iruiitl Stmid Accident at Louisville.
LoflsviMX, Slit. 14. The hospitals nro
full of patients suffering from t he effects
of heat and injuries received at tho acci
dent Thursday night. At the hospitals all
arc reported ns doing well. So far us re
ports can lie learned from fifty or more
homes, where the injured ore lieingcand
for. they re nil doinp well except Mrs. S.
liirschflel.l. who had her feet mushed and
hip dislocated, and may not recover. Tim
stand that collapsed was the one set apart
for Louisville people who had contributed
to the expenses of the citizens' commit
Scores on the 7 lull Field.
Chicago, s-cpt. u. isase bull score
made on League diamonds were: At
Washington Brooklyn 3, Washington .;
second panic Brooklyn 8, Wasliinpton 8;
at Baltimore Boston 3, Riltiinorc 8; sec
ond game Boston 10, Ifflltimoro 11; at
Philadelphia New York O, P:tladelihia
IS; at Louisville Chicago 15, Louisville 3;
at Pittsburg Cincinnati 8, Pittsburg 4;
at St. Louis Cleveland 1, St. Lonis 7.
Gov. Altgeld fcolnp to Chattanooga.
Si-ciSGFiELD, ins.. .-ept. 14. ijovernor
Altgeld and his military staff will leuvn
Chicape next Monday for Chattanooga to
attend tho dedication on Sept. 1 of the
monuiiKTit on Chickamaupa liattlcfleld te
the Illinois p piinents participating in tha
battle, on winch occasion trovernor Alt
geld will deliver an orat:o:i.
Decided to Advanee Wagn.
- DrLCTH, Sept. 14. The Minnesota Iron
company has decided to udvance the wagus
of all employes in its mines on the Mcsaba
ranaofrom SO to 25 per cent. Contract
miners will hereafter receive $2.25 a day,
The aection luinds on the Duluth and Iroii
Range road !jivc been granted an advance
bvw ell to cim a uay.
New York FiuancinL
New York, Sept 13.
Honey on call was easy at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 3' 5! 4 per ceut. h ter
lins exchange doll, witU acta-U btuinssii
in bankers' bills at 490 fur demand and
4.-9 for sixty days; post?! r.itJi taagiVO, and
tf.Oifil; coaimercial bill, fo1.
Silver ccrtiflcat s, GTl.i. no sales; bar
Silver, 67. Mexican dollars. 53 r
Cniti-d State fnvnimnt binds steady;
new a re?., ll'.s: du. eoanous, l'Ju s; a. r..
lla1: 5scoupons, 115'ii:4' re?., HIS; I'.aiui
ins, llStj: t rsg.. SSi; Pacific ffs of 'as, liu
. Chicago Grain and ProJace.
Chic Aoo. Sept. 1J.
FollowinK were tha limitations n tho
Board of TraUe t.idiy: Wheat -ptenilwr.
op,TiiJ &rt-'c, clttsed K'r: l).i-nibt;r. oj ntl
b'-i. ekwl K4c; May. ojxn.xl illlje,
cli-s-'.l CJ'nc. Corn September. eiK intl yte,
closed ii:; IVteber, opened lW',Cy cl.stl
Sic; December, opeaisl ST'jC, uloNed W-jt;
May. opened S'aC elj-d ;. OjU-Se
temo-er, ojwnil 1I?m't clos;tl r.e; Way,
pened IW?', closed tc Pork S.'ptt.iulN'r,
nominal, clostxl ft-ti: January, o;k-us1
"1.5S, closed Rl.tr Lard ixTiteuiber. uom
iu:tl, elosisl SJ.S5; October, ope odd iBr'$.
Produce: Better Extri creamery. 2Jc per
In. ; extra dairy, 17c; p-kinz stock. KiyS'je.
EiJg Kresh stock, loss oti, 14c per dez.
Live poultry Sarin? chickens, Sc per IK;
hens. He: aoosters, SVie; rurkeys. Uilr;
dni'ki. S9r; gee1. H.toVi per do. Po
tutoiw Fair to choice, SiO'Bc er ho. New
Apples 1.0J(S 1.75 per bbL Honey Wliit i
clover, l ib. ne-etions, c nU-k, 15s lc;
rovk-n comb. lirirlJc; extracU-i. 5jie
Chicago Lira Stock.
ClltCAOO, S!pt. 1.
Live Stock Prices at thi Unina Sbirk
yards today raupsl as follows: Hya liit,
uiat.xl receipts for the day, 11.01); kiIcj
nint;,xl nt I.H pics. tl'Mct.A) luht,
eU.S3itl.6J rouitli paeknii, tilfli $1.55 mixud,
and tiUilftt.Jo heavy iaek.ng aud shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day,
S,09u; quotations ranged at 5.4.Vi.7j chnico
to extra shipping; HtPers, t4.N0aVt ftoot to
cboioa do, f4.3Jt4.93 fair t pnoi, $15)4.ii
common to medium do, f:i.45iiU.8J butcherj'
steers, i4o!cl.l5 stock.-rs, .).!! S tl feeder ,
tfl.4Ut3.70 cows, Sijy;l.J heifers, L7d;43.UJ
bulls, 2.75'a;.) Texas 8teor,s, (i.Uiti.iiJ wait
em ranee teers, and $X5do.1.5J vcalcalvts.
Sheep Kstimated receipts for the day, 1U.0X);
gales ranif.-d at ti.0XcH.el westerns, 4175
J.si Texans, 41.75&3.SJ boUvm, aud tJ.tKir4.4f
The Loral Market.
Corn 139 STc.
Oats New. UicH-mc; o'd. Sir.
liny Timntliv. Jl'?(.i.tl:: upland, I1S; wild, $7
Otto; Blontti, tTaJs; baled. $10.
rillTIT AKD VEOKTADLES.
roiatocs - aoassc
Bnt'er Fair to choice, l&cOlfic; ftesh cream
Ksgs Fre!i. lSv
Iou:trjr Chickens, G'.4c
Cattle Bntchcra nay for com fed stccis
.1Kccl5c; coxa and heifer, ScatSHc; calves,
Sprltie lantb, J4.5a$l a head.
Coal Sof, 10c.
Thk A kg cs delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
I VI m TaW M . M
AXVTN f lis
for Infants and Children.
mgHIRTy ywaiV otwrTatim ef Caatorla with the, yatronnce t
II anilllons of peraona, permit te apeak ef It wilbont pwexlng.
It la nnojneiitionaVlT the fceat roaaedy for Infanta and Chili? rea
the world has ever kaowa, It ta haj-tml.aa. ChlMren lliio 1 1. 1 1
arlree them health. It will aavw their Uvea. In It Kothera have
aoxnethlpg; which ia abaolntelv aajb and practically parrect ar a
Castorla destroys Worma.
Caaterta aJlaya Ferertahneea.
Caatorla proventa vomiting Soar CnrtL
Oaatorla ear Piarrhesa and Wind Collo.
Caatorla relieve. Teething Tronhlea.
Castairlaearee Constipation and Flatnlency.
Caatorla newtmliawa the effect, of earhoaie acid gae or potaotiena air.
Caatorla does not contain morphiBe. eplnm. or other narcotle property.
Caatorla aubnilate. tho fooc! , regwlatoa the Ktomachn d d boxrci a,
ndving healthy and natrtral aleep.
Caatorla la pat erp in ona-rire hottlee only. It la not aold In hnllt.
Pont nllrar any one to aejl yon anything elae on tho pica or promka
that It la "jnat aa gHd" nnd "will answer every pnrpoe.7
Boo that yon get OA-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in Imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOili AVEKUE.
THE TALK OF THE HOUR.
t Mine s M
East Moline, the Hustler from Hustleville, in 90 days has located
Three Factories to employ 700 men enough to
guarantee a city of 5,000 people.
THE WESTERN STAMPING CO.
To manufacture Plumbers' Supplies nod
Stamped Ware. Factory nearly completed.
Work to commence next mouth. Capacity
EAST MOLINE Engine and Tool Co.
Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Co., of
Cleveland. Ohio, will work 100 men. Fac
tory now going up. Will start this fall.
WEIR PLOW CO.
From Monmouth, with 500 bands. Plans
now under way. 175,000 worth of buildings
to be constructed. Ground to lie broken in
side of 30 days.
WATER The finest artesian water in the
west, now flowing 300 gallons per minute.
Water charged with minerals and magnetism
cool and clear. Nothing like it elsewhere.
Will warrant a sanitarium. It insures health
to the inhabitants of the coming city.
GRADES AND SURVEY The Grades
of East Moline are established. Profiles of
principal streets showing grade lines, cuts
and fills, will be shown by the company to
any one interested. Sewer and drainage sys
tems are all planned.
PARKS Over thirty Parks dedicated.
Sites reserved for schools and public build
ings. CHURCHES To the first church that
will put up the best building a free site will
OPPORTUN ITIES TO HE OFFERED.
FOi: BUSINESS The phenomenal growth of
East Moline and its guaranteed future of per
manent prosperity will afford ampin opening
for profitable business, stich aj Hardware,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc.
A tine line of business lots will bo sold for
such purposes, and lilieral inducements given
to purchases for immediate buildings.
EMPLOYMENT Factories already un
der contract, and those soon to be added,
will give employment to coniiel.eiit craftsmen
and steady workers. These factories are un
der contract to give preference to East Moline
lot owners and residents.
FOR HOME OWNING Residence lots
convenient to factories or on the beautiful
river bank, will lie sold on tho most liberal
terms and arrangements for house building
can be made for parties who pay for lots. Our
insurance contract made with married men in
good health, which gives tho lot to the family
in case of the death of the husband and father,
is tho most liberal offer ever made in this or
any other country.
FOR RESIDENCE The land skirting
the Mississippi river will be sold at East Mo
line for residence purposes. There is no
other city with a residence river front. Rod
man road. i feet wide, to be parked and
FOR INVRSTMRNT The rrrpat crrnvvtri rf F.as.1; Moline since its incpntion. and the per
manent advantages it possesses, insure a population of from 10,(o;)to 40,000 people in the next few
years. There is therefore no part of the enterprise that filers aa great a chance for gain, combined with
absolute safety, as an investment in its lots.
TERMS OF SALE. Liberal to the mechanic and home builder, inducing to the investor,
attractive to the business man, and equally open to all, are as follows: First. All cash. Where parties
buy for cash a deposit of 25 per lot will'be required at the sale, and the balance on delivery of war
ranty deed. Second. One-half cash, balance in one year. Third. One-third cash, balance in one and
two years, or in four scmi-aunoal payments. Fourth. One-fourth ca-h, balance In one. two and tun!
years, or in six equal semi-annual payments. Fifth. ISA per lot cash and (10 per month. All deferred
payments to be closed by note drawing 6 per cent interest.
ONE-THIRD OF THE PROCEEDS will be used . to procure factories, several of which
are now in view and some under negotiation.
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