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U~mA'A NO I" PUDFL,
Wm te me mewse af the ltit=es= and
the se ntar. ar
USE risnsaO at Tb. Cml.,r star.
oarnmas, PL, July 15, l8ML
Oreat wor has beus done by the miltia
eceere during the pO fer days in getting
their - under control. On Monday aftes
aoen and evening ther was dru-awn= and
disorder of the meet annoying types Mad on
Tuesday morning it seemed a though then
wis going to be a good deal more of tho eame
trable, but the establishment of a strong pow
wSn geard put aSop to every publiS enessa.
She tham I have not en an intoxicated sol
r ither in town or i the eamp. House of
Ik enr stil feel warm over publication of
as mean um to She behavior of mioon ftre
qeesm . but their comments today are eon
gjoroddy mild and innosious. There i per
hap S reoen why any one 1hotild attempt to
esure ama who deliberately ges drunk, but
terets a disposition hers to look laiently on
te a which was so apparent on Monday.
U6h= 1 ae been shut up milose and crowded
es r emany bours; huadrede of them
were practically without food for nearly a day.
Thes when they " here the strikers took them
I us into herm and fdled them
, in fact, there seemed 90 be a
nous efort to make every man as drunk
ai possible. Beneath this combination of cir
eanomas and temptation an unfortunately
hge member of men fell. It wouM be dIl
smIt to blame any one for the calamity-- -for It is
a seimity when the unitform of a soldier is die
gemead-and in justice to the military author
:de It should be stated that they believed the
Peevidenal arrangements made to keep order
en Monday were suffcient. 'Ihat they were
net woo soon made plain and the condition wse
speely and satiaotorily met. Today the
Acsplino at Camp Black is an good as any res
gamblo soldier would desire.
Two old ladiss were conversing across the
fence which separate* their respectivo back
-Theo7 do till me." remarked the 1est In
formed of the two "that th' burgess (the
mayor) have lost his job."
"le that !o?" queried her friend. "An' who
han it now that McLuckie is out a the waav?"
"Somme chap nained Law," was the response.
'T ould mon was out this afternoon and he
hem in wid Wh' news that Narnhal Law was run
ain' th' pir.ace."
Tso .sys ago a "pecial" poleman without
reason arrested and otherwae inaulted a per
fecSty innocent man-Xr. Holaday. a Pittsburg
Pans representative. An aalve to Mr.Hoaday's
feelinge the so-caed local authorities took
away the officer's badge and billy. He has
One of the mill workers who witnessed that
terrible scene which took place last Wedreew.lay
week-the running of the gauntlet-and who.
by the way, was badly brmised while' endeavor
sag to et the inliction of further damage
upon te rrendered Pinkertons. told me how
t gauntlet br.siness started. "Of course you
anew." aid he. "that the prisoners were bare
headed; their hats were off so there would be no
4pportunity for them to mingle with The crowd.
Ewerything went very nicely until there came
ealog one elderly fellow whose head was per
Josy bal Now. most people feel tempted to
pat a bald head. and it was not strange that a
me should reaLh ort and touch the one going
hi ., It was done in fun, but hardly had
mead sean moved on three or four feet before
somebody atruck him with a club and felled him
fe the ground, where he lar while peopl. fought
with eek other for the privilege of kicking him.
Then enamed a fearful sene--a stain upon our
town that wil not be wiped out during my life.
Perhape it would all have been avoided had one
n restrained hinmef when the Ihpulee came
to bi to pat that very bald heed."
If th curi see"ers continue to be as indus
Ienas ring the ne:t few days as they have
been te week Sere wiD be nothing left of the
burned ad wresd barges in which the Pnker
term m to Ummes. The rush for "relics"
is eomtbnnou and there is hardly an hour in
on day whem b tU to twenty men-most of
^-.*-ammet befoundpokng through
balf-ebrmed rabblbh in search of something
deesed a eatletortr semento of a
R i upibmmAt affair. Until the river
gem down twa or thee feet there is nothing
m*se to be hbd than a few rmV nl or a
fragment of ehrred timber. One man went
-er Ine oiengin the PO
W-Mm =1!m Ashdup and
(F 41ohs into national
h Imae = grant strike.1s
ewmer f tw degs. One of them is all:ubs
bh*k andtmm turr, whck the nesmpaper boys
haye O.AR. "Friek; the thr is a bi
lat do e amensr to the - f "NeL.
d1lebwedjspieo is en th front I.
N, mmheA h hem in the rear e h
Mr. &Deoml ges har he
to1 00 1WR to orsthe g 742 'ear
11te10 messBel rons to obey. She
'esam the gab u7
O etee Irrespondts who han jt gone
MW hem Eei*=th mover, he hopes, to re
00% lovesaldres ssrely, but oceasienly
be in taging them. Passing a half
=om en the street he would may, "Bello,
" and, of cores. the boy would ob
Thesemftg before ibis particular man
r the ast he was out in eompany with a
amed a a reed lAdy. Down near the
POmO S*md almost in their path wa one ol
'Iteashol _---__--- - boys hebad
e wo lookd on he w beld be
en's et piane elsewhre than In the
ms pmaint psaiion in a ftmany school
"Lets ese what this feilow will say," re
ambha the sertbe te his lady friend. "Hilp,
There was a mement of silene and then the
$sean et the great deep of profanity were
Eeyknown form of enth and
~ ebjnreton was turned loose, with a
vaimbillty that aSounedevery listener
and she oven an old quartemer who
mad hemn puti rhid streaks in the atmos
feramre s hour while endeavoring
geta send of supplies into an ordinary
Bight youngsters are common in Bomestead.
Onio the heen-witted juveniles, whoms nature
adfavored with a ~ully shrill voice, eang
"Osarade" in Eybeneath the window
of a room inwhich a cerrespondent wee wrst
hng wsh a review of the siteatlon. He eang
hre haf an hour before the alamost frantie
writer'eedhis head over the silland shouted:
"aby! What would you take to be
"Morphine," was the insto---as reply,
and the journalist was crushed. He gave the
ranur-edged kid a quarter and thur started him
est on the awfal career of a grrfeiomal
huoit. Gea. H. Uasz==n.
3ema-le-- by thne PrSeedest.
The President yesterday amt the followIng
ato the Senate:
George L. Townsend of Delawe, to he eel
of eaSorn for the dieit of Delaware.
4Qeer D. Green, asitant adjut general
to he entonal and asnt adjntant gmeraL.
Major Michael T. Sheridan, smitant adja
general. to be lieutenant esnaml and ne
Ls.00.Andrew S. Bert, seventh infantry
Major D. W. Benbhan, seventh infantry, to be
celonel, and the followung ammed
grdee of the hihuamry Academy
James 3. Cavanugh. to he naam...1
lieutenant. Cadre Jammes P. Jervay, sb
-FMor-a sed lieutenant.
The sewiner f the cadet close to be se
"-a--* and additimni ased Deuten
he the artilery-eavakry, and infantry arm
Emspeetom af 3meb.
htostated by the Departament ot Agricultnrs
the inspection of meae, and espebl
by tes oefiers of that departament mmde.
est ot Marek 5,Mno, ha had theoeotae
'which resulsed fromn the enfore
af the ast. The department saye: **hi
y of the inspectisntoswell attsese hj
Inca eared i fn the markets. met omly ea
ssrur.tr7, t ef the world, et Americas
be.,.muf the inspection certihate of tha
:ofe Agsuture. Mesato hearing thil
Seoamad half a ent mo-a pai
ta se own markets, and, although the
in emt iritam doe a exact our ins.
thet r parmn in th
th the United States gowenmas
seAmeries perb adds tem 2 te:
psmna eto 1 .-r-et veins. Thi
aein eenqegneO ergimg the dspart
to hinne the inspeetien facinities se a
*mas hm to edenrs their shgnate e
aman to OsmS Britain.
Ahma gate ot the blech at Uth an'
sbme gen Fameea was bere.
y aftemes.. The tetl leam is WUU0
Re ma41a1mmmedmame sa e od
Offimmit MEg"= A00RTB
Uew andge m-e----ets se Wh mr a
Feling Over am mesmi.
The easeet 1gesw AsuhibaM iUSmE fer mm
daughter, in kilng Charls Lei en Dmeem- b
her , was given to h. jury In the n-1.min. I
Court yesterday by JUMte Mesutmery, and ti
they restrned in aboust an her a wedit a et 1
gaty. As the oemelusion of a argent the I
jury was Isucted that It was the duty of the
oieer to arrest the m-n he spp ae ommitted a
the "boe of shooting at him mnd te o-o d
him f his litl was tn dIsr, b nott Setoeot a
in reftnbtlem. If the e1cer want to the bouses
in ach amanner as te lead Lenaz te belive it
that he (Relien) wee poing to kill or bnje him
he had a right to defend himeslfr but if the a
0111r went there to arrest Loma and thegh
his life In danger he was jeimble.
The verdIct of the Jury we a
to many of the colored = weoret
not slow in expressing h tdigaation, a few 0
claiming that the qustion of celsr ns in- a
erms' assocuriox nxtmr. I
The regular monthly meeting of the Ansees- it
ti Citizens' Association was held hat night at P
the pois. station. President W. Warden King I
minutes of te t ofay
were read and approved. Under Call o
committees those on streets. roads and bridges, 11
sewer. lIghts. railroads, schools, polles and si
charities did not report.
The special committee on railroad grade t
erosing offered a report and was discharged. W
Messrs. Armstrong. Buckley and Latmer were k
constituted a committee to wait on the Com- a
missioners In regard to the unsatisetory con
dition of the Monroe street crossing. Messrs a
Frisbie. Pvles. Grady. Kenner- and Peek e,
were appointed a committee to wait i,
on Chairman Edson and apply for il
an apprtionment of 31.50 for entertainment IN
of rs during the encampment. There was
some talk about securing a are engine for this
ide of the river, but nothing definite was done. .
President King reported that Capt. Lush had
promied to have seweris built so far as his
means would permit. The committee on free
deliver:: reported that they had performed their
duty and had been favorably received by the a
postal omciale. oi
The Second Baptist cottage meeting took r
place last night at the home of Mrs. Mary E.
Crawford. There was a large attendance. ,
The Henry George men talk of organiing a L
A mateh between local rifle shots is to come t<
off soon. di
A fieries Accident Prevented. a
What might have proved a serious accident tr
was fortunately prevented at Bethesda Park f,
last night. When Prof. Charles Scoefield, the -
setonaut, who was to have taken the parachute
leap. had got from the ground only a short di- at
tance he discovered that the safety rope had i
been nearLy cut in two by some one. He imme- o1
diately cut himself loose. thereby saving him
self from a probably fatal fall. g
Death of George W. Manyp-may. &I
Col. George W. Manypenny died last night at p
his residence near Bowie, Md., after several P
weeks' illness. Born at Unioutown, Pa.. in 180, c
he moved to Ohio about 1830. He had held the
positions of commissioner of Indian affairs un- te
der President Pierce, special Indian commis- al
sioner under appointments by Presidents ei
Grant, Hayes and Garfield, general manager of ir
public works of Ohio for seventeen years and
clerk of the circuit court at Zanesville. Ohio. no
He wrote a book on the Indian question entitled i
"Our Indian Wards," and edited the Ohio h1
Statvman from l859 to 1862. During his long e
life he enjoyed the friendship and esteem of it
many prominent public men. He was married P1
three times. his first wife having been Miss
Ellis of St. Clairsville, Ohio. his second Miss
Nole of Parkersburg. W. Va., and his third,
Miss Mary B. Woods, sister of Mr. Justice
Woods of ihe United States Supreme Court and ii
Gen. C. R. Wood,. 1.14. A., both deceased. He el
leaves a wife and three children. 11
The Senate in executive session has confirmed r(
the following nominations: 0
Geo. L. Townsend. collector of eustoms for b
the district of Delaware. III
Win. H. Leayeraft, =itant appraiser of a
merchandise in the district of New York. i
ieut. Sam'! C. Lemlv, to be judge advocate p
general of the navy, with the rank of captain. 0
Nob't Sewell of New Jersey, second lieutenant S
The Apprepriatien Bill. u
Ten of the regular annual appropriation bills d
have gone to the President and have become
laws or will very shortly. They are the military
academy, legislative, diplomatie and consular,
post ccee, army, navy, Indian, river and har
bor. District of Columbia and agricultural
bills. There are now none of the appropria.
tion bills in conference and but three remain to a
pam through that stage. namely: The sundry p
civil, now before the House for action on the
Senate amendments; the fortiiscation. ready b
for return to the House, and the deficiency, d
which was taken up by the Senate today. The o
joint reolution passed today extending the a g
riations until July 30 will therefore a y
only to those three bills last named.
The 3enetary Conferenee.
Berlin has been selected as the place for
ence and the time fixed as the latter part of
Angust. The United Statescommss.neehave
not been selected, but it is thought that Senator
Jones of Nevada, Judge Cannon and Lasabert I
Tree. whose probable selection has heretofore I
been printed in Tux Bran, will he named.
I ~ ---e
act which authorises the fleoretary of Agrenl- I
tore to "extend and continue the investigations E
ettheadnlteration etfood,drgandligurs," 8
Seeretary Bus as as nsted the cheaisSE f
hedepartament, Dr. H. W. Wiley, to investigate
the ceracter of imported winse and ligners,
resemm Rel6ef Cerpe.
Potacm Belief Corpe, W. I. 0., auxiliary to
the Department of the Potoac, G. A.B., at t
its las regular meeting took a reess until neat I
Monday ev n, July 16, when It will meet at E
the Church of purthrer, corner 13th and L
streets northwest, to conier business of theC
Desmatna arcyrua W. Iteu aied,
The body of Cyrus W. Field reached Stock
tridge, Mams., yeeterday afternoon. It wa met
at the station by miniterrs end friends and
tehen at once to the historic Cougregational
Churh, werehis father, David Dudley Field,
was sectr for many years. Here the body was
amet by the Revs. S. Blottom and Farweel and
the Congregational burial servisegn through.
Tecorsang "Jeeus, Lover of Bo ei," and
"NaeMy God, to Thee." orpays
were then offered by the Rev. Mr. Far.e
The body was then aknto the ild plot In
I Mebbr2h emetery. Two stops were made -
between church and the cemetery. WhileI
the funeaaJ procoession of twenty-fve 'Irtus
Idrove to the church and the boy wasben
Icarried to the emetery the chimmes presented to
the Sown by David Dudley Fisld were tolled.
At the entrance to the eemetery the body was
me ythe Bev. Mr. Bottern. and taeo to the
botlwhere the Rmmasrvce a
wife, who was br:ApriI U. Her grave was
decorated wash cut- owers.
New Tears Weas m est.
About 500 neopmle gathered at a meeting held
at Union Square, New York, hast night under
the auspices of District Assembly 49, Knughts
ot Imbor, to d.-aoone the astion et Oernegie,
Pinkerton and Trish and indoree the action ot
the Hostad werkmen. George Francis
Train was among thor eseen.A long isries
of roeotaos were ao ewhich, among
other tbim. dat Ceagrems sheuld sa.
gar the asnkertntes. ad that they. a
wth their emspaoyer., H. C. Frisk and Win. sund
Robert Plaherten, aheald be indIeted, teisd and
senteneed and eneented as ntiem l.oteeua;
also a- hatthe United States gerota
geede prednced by the Canei
Jutses Andrews of the New Yerk *nbm
esrt has appitdJamses J. Realis et.
s he eeeots orthe l Mfn~ m 4 Corn
pany, in the atese f Mins W
the eems ie j t af
Iat-. of the epiei of hagee
I'= h.. mama..& 'Iho....puta..hu~a
21111 MUU Llanmes Mgsg6
am t e of M S in eS @eNe Whal t
We em 3pam.
The gemat yesterday enerns passd the
M alsead peIutd in T111 9rA e.sag bass
Ir. M1htis in ruped to me s in the Dis
ret. In samle the hal up Mr. Enste saidi
1e neessity fer 'as bi is very peat, and
thet it te reven.es ar the Diskist wis
ght fi arise fem the granting of eMs.es to
il Hqaor will he losI, beeause the cort have
sdded that under the law to whieh ths is an
meudment an a person desiring a mens to
i wahiky or other spirifaues liqnrs has to do
I to pay or tender the amount asemed."
A short diseu-i followed on the question
I the power to remit penalties under the act.
nameox O r uMALTIU.
Mr. Palmer, in this connection, said: I
mink ina system like this there ought tobe
ims provision which would entitle a party,
ftsr he had suffered imprisonment to some ex
sit, and upon proof of his insolveney, to a dis
a cas where a fine of 010 isnimposed by
me ourt upon a party for failing to take out a
enes for peddling and the man is absolutely
solvent. The penalty may be a year's In
risomment. Now, ought not such a statute
rovide that after the party had sufered for his
elinquency he should not be punished for his
ovrty, but should be entitled to a discharge
Mer suffering; or, as in some states, that he I
mould be imprisoned and entitled to a remis
on of a portion of the penalty for each day
I imprisonament 61 a day, or 45 a day. or some
her sum? A man ought not to be kept in jail
iaply because he is poor. He ought to be j
Mpt in jail only for crime, and poverty is not
crime to justify his detention.
In Illinois parties under certain circumstances
re allowed. where they are impriponed, to be
edited with a specific sum for each day of
aprisonment, so that after a number of days
mere is a prospect of deliverance of such in
ilvent party. I submit that such a provision i
aght to be inserted in this bill. I
Mr. Perkins said: If the Senator from Illinois
ill permit a suggestion I will cad his attention
i the fact that during this session we have 4
mssed a bill giving to the Commissioners the
)wer of which he speaks. It is a general bill I
stirely applicable to the provisions of this
t and applicable to the provisions generally
the statutes here governing crime in the
istrict of Columbia. I think the Senator I
om Illinois will, upon reflection, admit that
ich criminal statute that may be found upon
is statute book of Illinois does not enrry a
roviso of the character he suggests, but there
a general power granted to the governor to
ant pardon. or that there is a power granted
the commissioners or the local tribunals to
scharge from jail. That, however, is a gen
al provision, and so we have here a general
w giving to the Commissioners in this Dis
tet the power to grant pardons or to relieve
om confinement in such cases as have been
iggested by the Senator.
Mr. Palmer replied: I have but to add that
renses against police regulations are merely
atutory and do not always imply moral turpi
ide. Such offenses presuppose some degree
guilt, and we have, ideally at least, some ap- I
rpriat punishment which ought to be re
-ded as an atonement for the crime. After
at time the party becomes a mere debtor. and
uy Imprisonment which extends beyondthat
int. the Ideal point suggested, is a mere im
risonment for debt, a mere imprisonment be
muse the man can not pay. I should not be
illing to vote for any bill which did not in
self. or which did not become a part of a ay-v 1
en of laws. which would provide that a party
'ter enduring a certain puniehment should be
ititled to discharge when there remains noth
ig against him but his poverty.
The Senator from West Virginia (Mr. Faulk
qr) furnishes a satisfactory answer as to one of 4
io points that the board of Commissioners
Lve the power to remit. That meets one diUB
alty. I shall not press the other, but suggest I
as a humane provision which ought to find a
we in every system of law.
The bill was then passed.
The Volcanic Eruptions in Italy.
The eruptions of lava from Mount Etna are
creasing. The volcano is ejecting huge bould
s and streams of lava are pouring down the
ountain side. The tiolence of volcanic dis
irbance surpasses anything Feen bince the be
uning of the present outbreak. Enormous
icks, glowing and steaming. are shot a thou
ad feet in the air. Two hills have been up
aved and are emptying streams of glowing
va toward Nicolosi. People living near the
me of the mountain are apprehensive, and
any are said to be preparing to move. At
ieolesi the whole population pass the greater
art of the nights on the house tops watching
te remarkable phenomena. Hundreds of
Wrists have gone out from Catania and Syra
me to see the eruptions.
Dispatches from Naples say that Vesuvius is
nusually active and is throwing up lava abun
First Brigade, N. 0.
There is nothing in the report that the first
ennsylvania brigade will be ordered from Mt.
retna to Homestead. They will probably be
int home, however, unless the situation at the
:ene of trouble becomes more strained than at
The inspection of the second and third
rigades it is expected. will begin next Tues
sy. Adjt. Gen. Greenland and the members
f the governor's staff returned to Harrisburg
em Mt. Gretna last night.
EPOr OF TE CONDITION
OLUXUIA NATIONAl, B~h OWAIGTON
At the ee. of buinees July 12. 1Mst
. n bonds to securs circulation.........-.00 00
buche, seeurtit- s, &.............. 0.000 o
me frm etaher atnan banke...........4 1. St
~for cernd house g...........dotns 1
ofohrb aks......................'t 1.tg0 0s
ractioal maper currmey. nickels and
....... ........................ 5 e
iten . .. .. 18r.'5sure
(6 pmr cent or earculatice)............. 2.260 00
epital stock paid in...........2 000
ateabo M.......................11.000 00
vdneunpaid ..................... g
chetkS to hec.........22;
15 tooeth ationalbanks....."...... Si
I. LARE C.O~NON casier fteabove
sate bak. do uolemnanly swear that sbove state
esea is trus to the best of m know an lef.
ClAR. C 00 N Usehier.
answorn to betere am. this ~1IUh day of
R~O4.. OUNG. Notary Public
JNO. JOY EDSON.
N. L JE irctrs
N. 3. BRE
1t ____ALBERT F. 1O ._ ____
El'OaT OF1THE CONDITION
NADE' NATIONIAL BLANK OF wASHINGTON.
At Weshlaeten. D. C
At the einset of -.tas== July12. 3500.
L 8. bonds oseure eireulaaan.... au.ou0
bStfom batioaan her. ...Ot
hea fmd stase henh ............
t eees . e .......... 2.200
To ................... ma
b in................., .Uma
'O~r OFTHE O O DC tION
WEST END NATIONAL BANE.
Lt Wmas it a the
Loamsa diseount............... .......61.
. .onsto stcur l ruatg
)me from a1ved reere ........ 4
Bankinos hou fritur a ..
hher real estae and morteares o .
urent exn and taxes paid.
eims an U.. ds............. on0
Mhecks and other cash te. ........ . :
icbaUges for leariw hows.............. 19, 4 10
Practional paper caneney. nickels and
AwItne 04 1700 00
tedempion fund with U.S. Treasurer (5
per cnt of circulation)................ 2.20 00
Tot al.. ............................*4* * 1 7
'apital stock paid in........................ 00.000 00
IU l fuind..................... 12.001100
Jndivided proats.................. 1.401 4?
F at jona&I beani notell 0-o*sadn..... 43,L 00
adividual deposits subject to
cbeck ........................ 819 54
)ewand certifcates of ade
pos et ..612
!'shier's checks ruts'andinw. 16 0
)u to other uational bants. 14.328 37
fue to state banks and bank.
a ..... ..................... 32 0 7 11.7 41 0 70
Total ................................... . 44 17
ntrct ubcuty of Wahinton, Us:
1.W P.ILLi AMS, c.shiler of the above
lamed b . do solemidy, swear that the above state
tent is true to t b beat of my know ledse and helief.
CHARLES P. WILLIAMS Cashier.
Sutbeceld and sworn to befor me this th day of
CCLES I. HARBAN, Notary Public.
WX. It. RILEY.
t5 P. F1ItDON Drcos
OHN H. MAUAUDER. D .
It FIREDLRICK C. STEVENS.
IEPORT OF THE CONDITION
t Of the
ITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON
At Washington. in the laixtrict of Columbia,
At the close or business. July 12. 1O.
,an% and disecunts........ ........ ... 4.12 15
Overdrafts. seeured and unsecured.... :t42 00
S. bonds W secur circilation....... ..1.000 00
ine from approved reserve aents..... 2.534 M
ue from other nAtional banks......... ..'43211
Wue from stat nonks and bankerp..... . :t.046 01
lanking house. furniture and fixtures. " N91 4
'urrent er-es and t nws paid. 10.044 .
'becks and otner casa itus.............t919 -N
xchanues for elerng house.... ..... .15,:AM 40
kills of othr ban. ............ . 1.770 00
'actional paper currency, niciets and
roe ................................ 1 184.21 410
Aeia-tender notes..................... 741.1651 t7)
ledemption fund with '. S. treasurer
(5 per Lent circulation).............. - - .25 00,
'soita1 stek raid in.................630. 00000
urplus fund... .... .................. 6.0 ) 00
1divided proft ................ ..... 45 7.%:; 7
istlonal Batk rotes oitstanding 38.78) 00
hvidends unpaid................. 3is 00
ndividual dan.-site s-a1ect to cheek.... 80.hod 8K.
)euan-l ertlieates of deposit.......... .1.I4 00
'ertiied -eck4.......................... ".!W1 is)
-lie to o=her national ba:xks............ 11160 44
)no to te banks and nankers ........ .5.4.4 51
Total -......... ..............61..31.640 ;4
)Istrict of Columbia ss:
1. THOR. C. PEA 4ALL. cashle, of the above
tamed bnnk, do solemnly swear that the above state
uent is true to the het o* knowledge ar M elief.
T!OS. .PEARSALL. Cashier.
Subscrihed and sworn to before mie this 15th day of
uly, 142. WILLIAM SELBY
Currect-Attest: Notary Public.
E. KURTZ JOHNSON.
A N H, r- Directors.
It THO8. IIOMEitVILLE.
IEPORT OF THE CONDITION
4ATIONAL SAFE DI4EPtIIT SAVINGS AND
TRI-wr COMPANY OF THE hISTRICT OF Co.
At Washinrton. D. C.
At the close of b, in'e July 12, 12.
LOaxs on real estate and collateral
tocks. securitieS. -................. 301.-20 00
Sue from tanks and bankers............J O,41-1 70
Bankiig house. furniture and fixtures 777.217 1
-trret expenes ad taxes paid -7 0u.
'bemiutn onbhnds......... ........ 40. 7 M 44
,beeks end other cash Items............ 3,01 4
Fractional paper currency. nickels ad
cents. ................................. .5
LOWaltendr ~............6.1.0 00
'spital stock paid in.................... 61.0.000 00
( 'rodtltvals..................... .:.41,
Idvidua dposits ..................7.4
Billspayable....................... .I 00000
Total.............................. 4 s3
District of&Columbia. County of Wasblnjron. a.
DI THO AS . JCNES tnird vice president of the
ihove named company. do solemnly swear that the
ibove statenent is true to the best of ay knowledge
tld helief. THOMAS R. J0NES.
Third 1ice President.
ftobscrihed and sworn to before moe this 1.th day of
Iuly. 1l1ME. WILLAIID H. MYERS
1____ M.fO G. RY.
LINCOLN NATONAL BANN.
At Washington, in the District of Cohlumbia.
At the caoss. of businems July 32, 1M00.
Eoans and discounts...................d22.750 911
lverdrfts. securedl and unsecured........ 7 30
1. 5. bo~ndmto secure circulation.......... 0000
~ufromnjved aesarve scrents .......S 9r
efrm national banks ..... 4
efrom state banks and hankers.... it
Bsnkinar house, furniture and Arxtures.... 13300 00O
Current exi-enasa and taxes paid...........4*4834
Premiums ou U. S. bonds................ .000 00
('hecks and other cash items............... .210 14
xchnmres for clearinir hos.............014a -2a
Fractional paper currency, nickels ad
cents................................. g p
Be mption fund with U. S. treasUrer (5
par cent of circulation) .................25 0 00
Capital tdin.............P00.000 00
tt lus .......r.....................1.0
btiselche a. a..... ........ 6.0
P.Fke'C A. 4ILI. caere ot ti above
naused ban~k. don solemnly sar thet the above state
Inent is true te the best of as no wledve and belif.
F. A. STIER Cashie.
Subscribed and sworn to before tue this 1th da of
July. 1NN. ALDBT8.GATE
Corsct-Attest: Ntr ulc
I. B. WILSON
1 AU. as..HOE, .
R EPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE FARMEnS LND ECANICB' NATIONAL.
At ec wwan the Dittof olambia.
Loensad diseernts.........-.....6.13, 2
teks of anks.........s
with B. trema6e
in... ... ....
mr-Latest U. S.Go't Rqe .
REpo'tON THE cONDITION
T1E NATIN AL 3AN 5AE.
At the ales t ==== July12. i
a n d u n t a .... ...
Etunfl on U. 8.bn ~ 1p~
Ch.caad other ah itemA
Fractinaal faper cureucy. ni.kelsad
Re tm with U. a:,mue
n cirtculati) 2.25000
Total ........ 1,ig1 .74
Capital stock paid .. . 300 00
National biak notsudnf S
Dividends unpd .
Indivitlual o an mbet to chock Sn.6i
De.mand eti'test ......... 9i.44
Crtified checks. chec....
Due to other nato.a ba k L,.4.
Da to state banks and ba ers.........S. . 42
TO al................................ 4I.M2 .i3 74
District of Columbia. is:
1. GEURGE H. B. WHITE. cashier of the above
nawed bankt do solemnly swear that the abite st*
ment s t~ise to the heat ,Ifm knowledare and belier
GE i . WHITE. Vshaier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ofh day of
ALFRED B. BRIGGS, Notary Public.
J. W. THOMPSON, '
H. A: V LCAR. Dbecton
1t JAMEb E. FITH
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC
At Washinston, D. C..
At the close of businees July 12. 1.
Loans and discounts .................UC7E4 (.
Overdirat. recuted and unsecured.... 2th W
U. =. onda to secure circulation. 4 per
rent .................. 5 0 0
U. a. toads to secure deposits 4 per
cent . 0. 00
Storks. ecuriti s. e ........... ...... .20.2) La j
Due from 0Z io n .~" *
Douafrn state banks and bankers.... 1 31
akin house., furniture and Exture. 10.14 52
xinn."es and taxe paid 427...
Cg.it other cash itemas...........?T.6i41 01
Exchanaceuforelearlnz house ......... 12.42U 70
Fractional paper cuhbency. nickels and
cents ...................F 7 On
Specie (sold. 0S 0 0)i ..i an. W
Iral tender notes...... 40.56 00
Renaeption fund with V. S. treasurer
(3lPer cent of circulation) .............%250 0W
Total............................. 1.634.2 3:-0
C oital stok paid in .... .
Nurplns fund ................ ORA 0315
Undivide prnofto... ..................... 1".711 34
Naton 1 bank te uttandin- ...... 44.10000
Indivldid d sLdts subject hee. 1.0 14
Deadceses of deposi.......1140
United states depots............... 71. '
Due to other national banks . .......... 63.. As5
Due to state banks and bankers ........ 4. A 5W
Total............................ 1.14.2( 20
City of Wamlnirt.ou county of Washlnt".
i. C BA. K BRA LEY Icashir of aoe n
bank, do soleninl ynwear that the anve statement is
true to the test of nmy kn~wledre and belief.
CHAH. M. BRADLEY.I CEsbier.
Subaribed and sworn to betore ue this 16th day of
Culr, AttesBRICE J. MOSES. Notary Public.
DANIEL B. CLARKEI
A. A. WIL40N. et
0. C. OBLE2I.
It P. H. HILL.
EPORT OF THE CONDITION
t~R Of the
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUT COMPANY.
At Washington. in the District of Colu-ubia.
At the close of business July 12, 1hVH.
Loans and discounts..................1.8".91374
Oerdrafti. s cured and unsecured. ..w .
I -no Komat national han ..... -'
Due from state tanks ani ankers and
trust ouaniea ............ 18.1Us1313
Baukinr house. frniture and fx
tue. vAult work. c... ... . ..
r ent r and taxes paid ... 4.4201
Fractional Vaper currenc), nickels and
ct ats ..1 .110010
sfwrie... I .. .............................. 2Po i i
L~wal tender ates ....................1O.&fV 00
Total.................................... ftsO W .6 34
Capital stock paid in ........ .. 1.000000
surplus t ....................... 100.00000
VtPiadde.I profits ................... A 01
subject tosbck. 1.076.057 38
Ties. cericates of de
Due to naa banks. 11081 to
Total....... ...........................2. 0 .650 'J4
District of Columbia. County of Washington. se:
above named bank di sole'nny sear tateaboe
sttment Is trne to the. besto m knowleeeand be.
Subscribed..ad sworn to befor.^: ** ii 1thd. i
"" BRAINARD H. WARN.
JOHN JOY EDSON. I
jN .R. CARMODY?.
LOI D URI'EDT
3. W. SWORDWA D.
A. A. W ILSN*
it W. E. BARKER._ ___
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
U. S. bonds to secre, cIreulauem ........Iq4
U. U. bads on hand............ 700
Stock, securinies, 0......... 587.
R"***" |2.'ires':Y as n..
Dec fro ett ak n hus... te
dualohe as to............ k0
rctionalpaer currncy.a _an_
tie ndit U. w. useer
NEW Tom GUARARTT
AND IaNMX1TT 00..
Ne. U OmeLrs (M1e 1a benhug.
. 0 1. L TATLOS& O..
oer. as ame mastata..
OLD COLONY TRUST 00.
Cor. WVahntmn ml Cot s..
AND THE BANiERS MENTIONED BElAW.
ARE AUTRORIED TO OWFFR FOR
SUBSCRIPTION AT PAZ T33 6
PER CENT CUMULATIYS
PR3EERRED STOCK OF
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED I6L
SHARE CAPITAL. t000.m
I PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK
OF 6100 EACH.
COMMON STOCK OF $100 EACH.
ALL SnARES ARE FULL PAID STOCK AND
NON-ABSESSABLE. STOCKHOLDERS WILL
HAVE NO PERSONAL LIABILITY WHATEVE1L
The Company begins businem September 1. 100.
without any debt or liasbUty. other than the boade
THE BY-LAWS PROVIDE THAT NO ADDI
TIONAL MORTGAGE BONDS CAN BE ISSUED
WITHOUT THE UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF THE
THE PREFERRED STOCK WILL BE ENTITLED
TO A CUMULATIVE PREFERRED DIVIDEND OF
S PER CENT PER ANNUM. PAYABLE QUAR
TERLY IN GOLD.
The Common Atock will be entitled to a dividean of
1? PER CENT per annum. payable in gold. after pay
ment of the dividend upon the Preferred Stock. and
to further annual dividends out of the wn earniaxe of
the Company after a am equal to 4 PER CENT per
annum has been eat ried to surplus fund.
One million dollars of the common sto-k win re
main unissued in the treasury of the company. to
provide for the future enlagenent of the plant.
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE SHARES.
62.000.000FIRST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT 5.0
YEAR BONDS WILL BE ISSUED AND HAVE
ALREADY BEEN SUBSCRIBED FOR.
THE VENDORS AND THEIR ASSOCIATES HAVE
SUBSCRIBED FOR SECURITIES AT PAR TO T E
AMOUNT OF 84.000.000.
The following. viz.:
40.000 SHARES PREFERRED STOCK (K.O00OMM
ARE OFFERED FOR SUBGCRIPTION. PAYMENT
TO BE MADE. TEN PER CENT UPON APPLICA
TION AND THE BALANCE WITHIN TWENTY
DAYS AFTER ALLOTMENT. FAILURE TO PAY
THE SECOND INSTALLMENT WHEN DUE MAY
OPERATE AS A FORFEIT OF THE PREVIOUS
THE MCBSCRIFTION BOOKS WILL BE OPENED
ON THURSDAY. JULY 14. AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M..
AND CLOSE ON OR BEFORE THURSDAY. JULY
21. AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
The a'lotment will be made as soon as poede after
the sihacription Is closed. The uight is reserved to
allot a less amount than that subscribed for and be
claes the subscription books at any the.
The preliuinry paae't gW be o usad Me bsA th -
ere viring the apptiestne the pionent. amer al
tatrent. to the NEW YORK QUA RA 3PY AND IX
DENXITY COMPA NY. who WU1issue snper
"eeettabe certwSAseta efterveed stoeek oer"t6e
Subecriptions will also be recesved by the Sollowin
banks and bankers:
FRANKLIN TRUST COMPANY. bsekly.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Detait.
STATE SAVINGS BANK. Detreb..
UNION TRUST COMPANY. Demrei.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Chicagn.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Clueinnati.
ST. LOUIS TRUST COMPA*iY. St. Louis.
Application will be aisle to have theascuriis listed
upon the New York Stock Emcas.
TRANSFER AGENT AND TRUSTEE OF THE
THE NEW YORE GUARANTY AND INDEMNITY
JREGISTRAR OF STOCK:
TEE UNION TRUST C0.. Newr Yrk..
Hesms. MIL-L-R. PECEAM~ & I
emas. BARROW. WADE. GUTERIE & 00.
HON. JAMES McMU.-LA1C. DetseM. Fernear
HUGH McMILLAN. Detroft. Ones aml
WILLI~rAM C. MewMILrAN. Ditait. Dbme.=s
IRANCK I. HRMEER. et h
CH ARLES L. FRER, nCmama.l
WATSON 3. FREER. 1Cemams.
EON. RUSSEL-L A. ALGER. Deteelt. Mic.
GEORGE i. TrUiRBUuL. 'Slos Pklia New Yask
Guaranty ad rslea..mty Os.. New Yeak.
EDWARD V. LAWRENCE. Dietr -h N~mml
ak. L%'. BL.
Tiosm inl be binegeieln ea Sispmc
ot tahgover anearem memut aEB
Theem amomga. j t
The aneetor heelImmene*
The mahbmNaiss emhaas .
The~ Sue. Be~ eBen
ml eise bme emise --ha
stem. w. est sh 4 manel. Th
-mhm um s m em ffiem st
Ume eiemlEestmmltse f es el
ewiasnmlmessese miEf as
esea. - ~
sameaeasaef bb aetear
ass ass ema at wa Com.mem.
sn i awOd bftR. campm hae a um blank I
massnma ep The temtpaom sad as
4100110 41001116 OW 1allowsees 1rIoMe arose
mM m arena meQamt aowwhu
w~ehmM gan- m&t
Th bh we" Ot se m am& by
Sm eemp e- cont ms m s
lodoe" mt an eD st r o m, se ad
the fmte ueMhsasttms na=ae m ..
bemaw amg aw be metsmma
LAKE Bom & Mandaaz SOUTEEN i
IL.LEFB CENTRAEL. I. O,
UNION PACIFIC RI 00.
9OUTERN ACaPm0 COMPANT.
CHICAO. M.WAUKEE & ST. PAUL VT CO.
CHICAGO & NUETEWERTEHN R' 00.
CHICAGO. IOCK ar.aD & PACEFIC 3100.
CRICA00.6 ALTOS I. I. 00.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & QUENCY . I. Ol
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA 78 L I 00.
BALTIMORE & OR1O A. I. CO.
NEW YORE CENTRAL & HUROON RIVER I.
CINCINATL HAMILTON & DAYTON I. L CO
CANADA OUTIEN I. I. 00.
PENNSYLVANIA IL I. 00.
JMOURI PACIFIC 3r CO.
CHESAPEAKE & 0EIO WY C.
NEW YORK. LAR MR & WESTERN I. E,
nRAND TRUNK SI 00.
WABASE L 3. 00.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL I. R. 00.
DETROIT. LANSING & NORTHERN I. . CO.
CHICAGO & WEST MICHIGAN WT CO.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RT O.
NORTHERN PACgFIg . I. CO,
WEST SHORE 3. A CO.
FTYCEBUUG A. I. CO.
NEW YORM. CHICAGO f ST. LUIS I. I. CO.
BUFFALO. SOCEESTER & PITTSBG I. E
CHICAGO & EASTERN ILLINOIS R. 3. CO.
TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
CINCINNATI. NEW ORLEANS & TEXAS PA
CIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ROME. WATERTOWN & OGDENSBUB . R
FLINT & PERR MARQUETTE . I. 00.
DETROIT. GRAND HAVEN & MILWAUKEI
MERCHANTS' DESPATM TRAZU4ORTATIO3
MESSRS. ARMOUR & CO.
MESSRS. SWIFT & CO.
MESSES. 0. M. HAMMOND & 00.
MESSRS. NELSON MORRIS & CO.
TOLEDO & OHIO CENTRAL RAILWAY CO.
DENVER f RIO GRANDE RAILWAY 00.
ILLINOIS STEEL C0.
JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING 00.
ANHEEUSEE-BUSH BREWING CO.
MESSRS. LIBBY. McNEELL & LIRBY.
AND MANY OTHERS.
The propety cove etsgty-thean m4 ie-half sew
of grenmd. of which esvety-tlArb mod asem-half ace
re owned by the. company mil ive se lased to
ppetuity. wholly Iotced withia the city 't DeboS
Eight aees theoet we on the Deatwit river. having
a system of pir ad estemave wherfe. Sea"
ikflzads towb the peperties. via:
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
LAKE SNORE AND MICIGAN SOUTSE3
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
FLINT AND PERE MARQUETTE RAILROAD.
DETROIT. LANSING AND NORTMERN RAIM
DETROIT. GRAND HAVEN AND MILWAUKES
The buildia, seventy-edghtia R=m=.. mat Us
meet sumbtantial cbracter. especiaDy camtraeted 64
the requiremente at the b--m. The machinary I
of the late type end is maintained Ia the hiabm
taw at edeacy. The compeaee employ abust Sv
The natum ot the buaem amd the eeracter of tl
custoamers of the company an almxust a uaraate
..aga los ee by 6&a dbte. The total loin IN tb
pat few rease upo este emountfth to maase the
ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS ame ae
tainedto have hen am tbm FIE TEOUSAND DOE
The real esate. working plaint. m
chinery mS petnrnwe. have beemap.
praised aL............................... O r.
And the cash asets at.................... 14 MSS
HENRY B. LEDTARD. Esq.. Preia..a MkIdg
Cemtral Saoraed Cosmwpa. Detrett.
ALBERT ANTISDEL. Eaq.. Gemaorl U....r Am
lea Eiuswm Conspaty. ChIcago.
5. F. BARNARD. MR.'. PFedSemt Ohio mad =a0
ippi Zeaelad Cm.e.. CamcmaetL
W. J. LIPPINCOTT.Eeq..Predm imt.el Uaic
Steek Yards Corpnay. Cmetemul.
The beket a am of the CeOmeNA ho
been-e-omiad br llEsr Saw. Wade. G16te
Co., chteedamntebntmt Iandon amS New Yenr
who neport bstea bemwrh.
NO. Im BROADWAY. NEW YORE. B2L Im
EDWIN PACEAED. ESQ.
Prsident aow rwe Gumfmt and Eidomawf Com
0 s Oblr stret. New Teak.
DEAR SIR: We bee the beeks an& er
oasteat the Ma m Cr Caepemy. ae DeA4
Car Whed elm.... the M*a9- Fenge ad lIe
Ce---methe DSmSePIpeandasamhy Cemaa
ser fme reamnamaaSeahemmag :ssk 5rptm
ba. i1e., adthe PaamFer Car Cm-pm far S.
yeseedme n.--h-- 3. ILo We ad that lb
m eeest them eemeem imwat hy the oo
ar the eee peeted. afhen ameg all memma..
tirm-a........ amemmee, an emr mds
mewale, depgsse. ant pteMmsae meetuery am
ralerlee, emaat to eS.Us.a eLS0. er a leady ave
auepet of hSU.373.h3
RARaOW. WADE. GUTaRIE & CO.
ATTENTION ISCALLED TO THE FACT THA
TENET EANINGS ARE THE RESULTS OS
TAINED AFTER CHASraOlnEACH YEAR TO ii
ERATING EEPNSEB THE COST OF MANY Al
DITIONS AND IMPROVriEnTS WHItE HAV|
DROUGHT THE PUOEREm UP TO TEEiS
PES'mET CAPACITY. WHICH IS GSEAE TRAJ
AT ANY TIME IN TEIER HISTORY.
TEEBE NET EARNINGS ARH SUFFICIENT T
PAY THE INTEREST ON THE DOEDS, S PHl
CHIT PER ANNUl UPON THE PEEEEE~
STOCK. 12PE tENT PER ANNUM UPON TH
COMMON STOCE. CARRY S. PEE ANNU1
TO SURPLUS FUND. AS PROVEDED BY THE R1
LAWS OF THE 00MANT. AND LEAVE MOE
THAN 41PER CENT APILECARLE TO EUETHEl
DIVIDENDS UPON THE 00EMON STOCK.
TIE PSRENT -E EAREINGS CAN N
CEMBELY AIPUOIATER. ALL CARS MANE
FACTORED UP TO TEE 'PUEENT TIME Al
WELL AS ALL. NOW UDE 00MTMITS
BEING SOLD. A CAREFUL YTEMATE mo
THAT TEE AND AT THE BATE OF LN.M
WHICH. AFE PATENG THE EYRT 0
IKE BONDS. S PEE CET VI0E TEE g
PEEEE STOCE. 3W EE CET OM TE3 COD
MON STOCK AND naawea g 1 T
1URLU5 FUND. ERATM ISU NT' APPLI
OAm.E TO FURTEE USUETDSB WOE U
-hesse maasml s a
tet msemUm demem amami
SeedmeaSmOEMISae m ase e p
as Ia e hMmmsinbms*@ pas these
yerpsobht eepin ha dOM t
ema aSnamimesma senh -asa
ehease has -mnmm at mmtd ag
ta naese tm enae im smin
Thebim mee a samen
Semasmmene a.ese maemat
ase a .eames m a~ emasma
a eahage U aee sm a SE
eaams w. anases m i
-e a o W .
Queename& M AM.M Q -
1X 31. . UFE IM~q ("0.pMLjprv -f&~f
Yb. rim. Tant 1*..ew ow *t4L 101,464 Wib
arm~y and nary gall t fiw ~v
WheI .-w_ 0a,*b (M -. 1=14 rPa. vw.
-v-14- 66: isp IN. IGL rnilis
fnth the Nroyk "At.~
ODOM= ISTU XT. AND BMW Von& &VYS
(bnqerd by "WA71Al Of t CAemeyea
an*1067- MAd Orb 09 OnL.'U INA ei , PI M,
CAPITU, OUT WILLIO% KhIIJa33
as eecter. adnduarui. Omcdi.. at T
estea ccwints"M camiftle.. the eetcdaeat lumatkft
rweevet r .. m ead enalutmes~ or urma
UIfU wlred bym vtefew, piamt ip.. whe
dailY at**rnjmee. end kept Orithes chagurbo wham
041mpacy Is named vaoratcc at vtj'ne.
-acvoo mewto deLuob in mom. or Tim Ca3im
4114 Upward and aws lob I nt theo.
SILVER WA"E AND TALU&BLES oria e uumpW
tics. a-od in trunks or bosm e. wvd oGpm
Is -feapao Tanks at 00%ememam &lum md se.
MY at oxdewaha rooL.
RF NTO SArLS FROX g!- To 91M r.& rACPE
ANN'1T2. ACCuIRDINO TO) SM AND ?30CAM1O.
pt-Nkt-P. M'tl-uv Pqw6&owst.
JAMtiA t. J'fl1%x%rti* NlolVmwP
TUAKl~ &. JONEit. Third % I.m.'ell.
k I k..-N(:iS XWKWtM Trmw. at
I'.- .. fttv.M~ Andwmw Wri
Petty U. hat. m.at1hw(w .mal
Ctarl.. K. Jtf..0.
ra Fl)A,. , ElorL V. Fraft',, 11s.
I. ia, L Cinc. hemK.Jum, 0
StILDTr.. TA'I.-N ANni JWrthOFwrT AUS
cdATON or wAsiruo?(. D.C..
(iFFICI it 913. 91.6 awl uits r ST. xNW.
To Ut'.. d~xtvrtm a lllwral %B4 vAte to vims w
----nPe res et wi' -n ffi 'uts Depauda.
Tou eln lwwr. w 41.1W) f,. me a Road F~of
SetrIty ad pay I* ltack at the rat. fl eta 1wr avvef
cambia"e611 silkAboutoec~urity. ukef afifm is
I Animnuy owid by best ial estaS.. Lams meft
u nder the rnusual Inea.swUnat of. Mi. ofii ofM
I inarigtos. UAtet" cuaramtemd. VerowewWades
KARIIROOW DINtMA%............... ho1,01
ANDREW W&U. kg. Vr Prooimma end Itenege
GK4)U93 GTEON ..... . Trsuri
RDW. IL WORK ... . Umaer of Leas Iieprtimest
GEO0. W. LZACK .. . w 21ono, Laos Eepormmt:
J. F. UNITZ ............ . ing
Nem Wnrlotou Mterk vv-1me.s
Oeag FAle ad fkcwk broke?.
hassmin 11. Allmetle. halihg
NOV at. a.w.
*Mtw&. Deado mid Graft hog. mid seld Sr embe
Cqft esk wed oMa~i IS Now Tewt or Now Orom
. it. vhi~e & 436. N ew Work aloft Kurheate.
toeass Orns.. Now Waft Otien scomm.
L~phbaft. "e & 4*.. New tirkess Onaes ne
Ilasio Ormt. & C-n.. Clifeae Deerd of tfuil.
1%WP-It. to Now Tark. CUM ma x"w Ne.
Iner. Tekeiaoe. 4%1 mt.1
JNO. V. COMMON. J310 W. XCA
OLOWPU BUTLD W. 1410? F Of W.W..
buhlrs s KianaiCs s mimit bad
methe ego mgteucbP~ba D5m
AbswMt DelI te.e in. k mmeMB
WX SELL ON CKWzr
a AT Ci.. Puers.
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