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IN THE CITY -.-i SIqe , Fidrrliture EoEstablishmernt3 " rEdgar F. Riviere, * .... MAIN STREET.... 3 FURNITURE FOR THE RICH MAN FURNITURE FOR THE SPOOR MAN ALSO UNDERTAKER.- - The Place to Buy .I . .-. . Hardware, Paints, Oils, Harness, and * Agricultural Implerqents -I, AT P 1H. Riviere & Co. ; 'Phone 108. Cor. Main and Green Sts, THE fLANT OF THE . THIBODAUX BIICK WORKS SWITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap est brick in the market.,. ......,. .. . .. .... One million brioks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FIrRTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, LAURENT M. FOLSE, MANAGER, PHONE 126, OR E. J. BRAUT-, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, PHONE 14. A. GOSSIN, . * MANUFACTURER AND DIALER ..,, Choice Rough Dressed Cypress Lumber, All Dimensions Sawed to Order and Delivered. Lafourche Crossing, La. In the Advertising Columns of a Popular Newspltper are heralds of a successful business career. The u -'(Fi:ibedaux Sqqtiqq Is a Popular Newspaper, and is recognizesad as a good Ad vertising Mediam . .... ... ....... U? COBMrCIAL a IWT, ?6E The Sentinel Establishment turns oct up-to-date work. Estimates solicited on any Class of Printing. SEND A TRIAL ORDER AT O)NCE. The Bank of Lockport. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF LAFOURCHE. 1)Y THESE PRESENTS BE IT I known, that on this Eighth day of June in the year of our lord nineteen hundred, personally appeared Before me, Albert J. Lasseigne, a Notary Public, duly commissioned, qualililed and sworn in and for the Parish of Lafourehe, State of Louislana, and in the presence of (Gustave Abribat .Jr. and C, .1. Richard, legal witnesses, Messrs. Charles S, Mathews through E. F. Dickinsou, and E. F. Dickinson for himself: E. C. )elaune E. P. De laune Francois Ierame, Elle Dueos, V. M. 'oups and Lucien Chauvin; Ju lien Iefort per i, D. Barrios; Jos. T. Badeaux; Eugene Constantin for him self and as Agent of Joseph Constantin, JulEs Bragard and Louis Bragard; Eu gene Vigroux; A.J. Price; G. D. Bar rios; 0. A. Bourg for himself, and as Agent of Sylvere Iourg; J. F. Larose, Agent: Dominic Harang; Felix Legen dre; JosO, . Toulps Sr. C. K, of A. BIranch No. 77;5 through 'Thos. J. Foret and J. F. Laros.e, Trustees; Thos. J. Foret; Mrs. Ellis Foret gr Thomas Foret; Chas. A, Claudet; Barrios and Meyet per Edgar Barrios and J. N. Hourgeois per E. A. Delaune, all Rles" dents of the Parish of Lafourche, State of Louisiana, who Declare and say that, availing themselves of all existing l4aws, and particularly those Laws of the State of Louisiana affecting and relating to the modes and manner of organizing Ralnkin ( Corporations, they hereby foruin themselves into a Corpora tion for the purposes anti under the stipulations and articles following, which they accept and adopt as their tcharter, to-wit: APTICLE I. The Title of this Corporation shall be "The Bank of Lockport" domiciled at the Town of Lockport, Parish of La ftourche, Louisiana, by which name and title it slall enjoy all benefits and sue session for itself, Its heirs and assigns. ARTICLE II. The ('apital Stock is hereby fixed at Fifteen Thousand Dollars, divided into Three Hundred Shares of Fifty Dollars each, which said shares, held by each Shareholder are to be paid for within Nine Months, subject to the call of Directors of said Bank. Should any Stockholder fail to pay within the above prescribed time and after ten days notice to said Stockhol der, his share or shares shall, ipso facto, be declared forfeited. That this Corporation shallcommence its existence from this day, and shall continue for a period of Ninety nine years, and by its Corporate name may sue and be sued, plead, advance, appear and prosecute, or he prosecuted in all Courts. The President, or in his ab sence arising from all causes the Vice President, or in his inability through any cause the ('ashier of said Bank is hereby designated as the Officer upon whom all Citations and processes of Law against this ('orporation shall be served: Hle having the power to de fend all suits or prosecutions the same as if all the members hereof were De fendants or Plaintiffs. The same rule is to apply when the Corporation is sued. The purposes for which this Banking Corporation is established and the authority it shall exercise are hereby declared to be:-To receive money or securities, such as bonds and notes on deposits, and to pay or meet same in current funds on check of depositors; buy and sell all metallic coins and bills of exchange, to lend oney on real or personal security, and to exercise all powers necessary and legitimate to car ry on its business. It shall also have the power to hold, receive, purchase and convey, by and under its corporate name, such property real or personal as may be indispensible and necessary to the objects of this corporation. ARTICLE III. This Banking Corporation shall be gin whenever Ten Thousand Dollars of its Stock is taken up and paid for. ARTICLE IV. The business of said Corporation shall be conducted and regulated by a Board of Directors, to consist of Eleven Mem bers, all of whom shall be Stockholders, and Six Members shall constitute a quorum. ARTICLE V. The above Board of Directors shall be elected by Ballot on the Eighth day of June in each year, beginning with the Third Monday of June Nineteen hun dred, and the said Directors shall hold Office for one year, or until their sue cessors are duly elected or qualified. All Elections shall be conducted under the supervision of three members of the Corporation to be appointed by the Board of Directors for that purpose, and in case of any one of said Commis sioners of Election declining to act the President shall appoint another to till his pla~ce, of which eleceion by publica tion in one of our local or Parlsh papers shall be made in three issues preedng the date of sarid election. Each Stock holder shall be entitled directly or by proxy in writing to one vote for each share of stock in his name. Females, if married, may be represented either by proxy or in person. Th eleven Directors or persons re ceiving the highest number of votes for same shall serve for the ensuing year. In case of a tie between any two or I more among the number exceeding eleven receiving the highest number o votes then the tes shall be determined by casting lots. In ease there should be no election of Directors on the day appointed, an election for the same shall be had as soon thereafter as is practicable by giving notice to Stock holders, and by publication in a parish 'ie Bjoard of Directors as composed shall appoint one of their number for President and another for Vice-presi dent, to hold Office as long as the exist ing Board is in office. In case of a va cancy in eith.r of said positions the same shall be filled by the Board. It will also be the duty of the Board of Directors to appoint a Cashier and such Officers, Agents, Clerks, dc. as may be requisite and necessary for the business of said Bank. The said Board shall also fix the salary and compensation of aill Otficers, Cashier, Agents, Clerks &c. of the Bank. All such Officers shall hold their otffice at the pleasure of the Bank, or its Board of Directors, and through ARTICLE VI. The said Board shall have the right to prescribe By Laws for the government 4 of all business pertaining to said Bank on all subjects not provided for by this Charter, and not inconsistent wit law. ARTICILE VII. The said Board of Directors shall also appoint from their own number or among themselves a Discount Commit tee of three, and any Director so elected shall serve until the ensuing regular ession. They shall moreover fill all vacancies that may mcur in said Dis. count Committee. The said Board of Directors are em powered to adopt a Seal for the use of the Corporation and shall select as their design a Circle, with the words "The Bank of Lockport" Locekport, La" along 4 its margin, and thle figure ofa Plow with stocks of (Cane and Corn on each side in the centre thereof. ARTI('CLE VIII. The Cashier, Assistant ('ashier and Book-keeper shall furnish Bond with solvent security in a sum to be fixed by the Board of Dliirectors for the faithful I performance of their duty. ARTICLE IX. Should this C(orporation be dissolved before its limited time, its affairs shall be liquidatcd under the supervision of three Commissioners to be appointed from among the Srockholders at a general meeting convened for that pur pose, after thirty days notice in any weekly Parochial paper, and with the consent of three-fourths of the entire capital .tck at the time subscribed and pad for. The same shall attply when: its limitation is ended. AItTIIT.E X. Thi. a-.et of ineur.pra't!on luay he '~irandtl. fnuxltil.d or aitered, or it may be dissolved at a special meeting of the SNtock holders convened for that purpose i uater thirty' days prior notice by publi cation in any parochial paper. Any such change shall require two-thirds of the amount of the entire eapital stock r taken and paid for, Besides a forty Sdays notice shall be served on all StocLk holders at their address. ARTICLE XI. L No Stockholder shall ever bseom. liable or responsible for theC(ontractsor faults of said torporation in any sum above the unpaid halance due by him or t her, on Shares of stock due by him or her nor lrall any mere informality-In I organization have the effect of render I ing this charter null, or of exposing a Stockholder to any further liability , than the unpaid balance due on said stock. ARTIOLE XII, The following named members shall constitute the first Coard of Directors to serve under this Charter, via: Charles R S. Mathews, President, Jos. T. Badeaux, Vice-President, E. F. Dickinson, E. A. Delaune, Eugene Constantin, Jules Braard, G. D. Barrios, A, , , Price, O, A. Bourg, Thos. J. F'oret and Dominic Ilarang. ARTICLE XIII. All Certificates of stock shall be sign ed by the President and ('ashier, and shall bear the impress of the Otticial Seal of the Bank. 'T'his done read and signed at the Town of Lockport, Louisiana, on the r day, month and year first above written. I In faith whereof the parties, witnes r ses, and I Notary Public have signed ithese presents after (lste reading of the whole. i'. S, Mathews per B. F. Dickinson 20 Shares $1000 00 E. F. Dickinson 20 Shares $100 00 E. A. Delaunc 20 Shares $1000 00 M. Delaune per E. A. Delaune 20 tLares $1000 00 E. C. Delaune per E. A. Delaune 10 Shares $100 00 E. F, Ielaune per E. A. Delaune 10 Shares $1500 00 Francois Deralue per E. A. Delaune 10 Shares $500 00 Eie Ducos per B. A. Delaune 10 Shares $500 00 V. M. 'i'oups per E. A. Delaune 2 Shares $100 00 Lucien Chauvin per B. A. Delaune 2 Shares $100 00 Julien Lefort per Gt. 1). Barrios S Rhares $100 O0 Jlo. T. Bduleaux .0 Shares $1000 00 Eugene Constanlin 15 Shares $750 00 Joseph Constantin per E. Constantin 10 Shares $500 00 Jules Blragard per E. Constantin 10 Shares $500 00 Louis Bragard per E. Constantin 10 Shares $500 00 Eugene A. Vigroux 6 Shares $a00 00 A. J. Price 15 Shares 750 00 ti, D. Barrios 10 Shares $500 00 0. A. Bourg 10 Shares $500 00 S. Bourg per O. A. Bourg 10 Shares $500 00 J. F. Iarose Agt. 6 Shares $300 00 D. Harang 10 Shares $M00 00 Felix Legendre 2 Shares $100 00 .Jos. O. Toups Sr. 2 Shares $100 00 C. K. of A. Branch No. 778 per Thos. J. Foret and J. F. Larose Trustees I Share $50 00 Thos. J. Foret 10 Shares $S00 00 Mrs. E. Foret per Thos. J, Foret 10 Shares $500 00 ('has. A. Claudet 1 Share $10 00 Edgar Barrios for Mayer & Barrios 4 Shares $200 00 J. N. Bourgeois per E. A. Delaune 6 Shares $300 00 Witnesses (;. AnRIn.aT JR., C. J. RICHARD. A. J. LAssElONE, Notary Public. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF LAFOURCHE. I, the undersigned, Clerk of Court and Ex-Oflicio Recorder duly commissioned sworn and qualified in and for the said parish and State, do hereby certify the above and foregoing ;o be a true and correct copy of the Charter of "The Bank of Lockport", and I hereby furth er certify, that said Charter was this day duly recorded in Miscellaneous fook No. 7, folios 295, et seq; of record n my ofice. In 1+aith Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand L.8 and seal of office at Thibodaux IA. this 18th day of June A. D. 1900. C. J. BARKan, Clerk of Court Ex-Offcilo Recorder. Extract from our Washington letter: All the monkey business in the postas service is not monopolized by the Cuban branch, not by a whole. lot. There is muchb gossip an Wash ington concerning the purchnase of time clocks for all free delvery post offices and pxpensive typewriters for officm of $30.,000 and over by the Post Of;ce Department, and much of it implies that privately. The odd thing about the time clocks is that they are of the same 3ske as those introduced in treasury Department several years ago and which stirred up the indignation of Congressmen to such an extent that they were by vote of Congress ordered taken ont. Then it was that the man with the big" pull" got the Post Office authorities to see what a good thing those same time chkak were and to agree to pay the regular retail price, $125 each for them, although about 800 of them were purchased. Letter carnriers and other poet office employea have to have their time records made by these clocks, which Congress de cldared degrading and disgraceful when used in the Treasury Depart, meut. They 'an ask their Congress men to explain the administration code of ethics which m akes it right and proper to deal with postal employ. es of free delivery offices in a manner which Coogress declared to be degrad ing and diagraceful when applied to employes of the Treasury Department. Throughout the country there is a clamor for the repeal of tLe war stamp taz. Between this and the protective tariff, man is taxed for al most every thing except the original 4 breath of air given him by his creator. An exchange has compiled the taxa. bles as follows; When he draws a cheek. When he becomes a member of a corporation. When he transfers his stock. When he losures his life or his. house. When he assigns his insurance. When he makes a note to raise money for the payment of his taxe1s. When he buys a money order. I When he executes a lease. When he sends a paid teleplhone message. 4 When an indemnity bond is given. When a lill of exchange is drawn. When the citizen executes an io. stroumeneut necessary in the sale of merchandise on Change. When he ships goods by freight or When he clears a vessel anod files a manifest When he buys a ti:ket to go abrooad. Wh,.n he executes a power ofattor. ney. When he buys proprietary medi clnes. When he chews gum. When be uses any pet fume or his wife indulges in coametics. When his note is Irotested. When a warehouse receipt is given. When merchandise Is entered at a custom house. By all means let us have a speedy repeal of the stamp sct. According to the newspapers of a couple of years ago, we have licked the 8pan tards. Then if this be true let us quit licking the stamp.. STATEMENT of the eoadition oft lie BANK OF THIBODAUX of Thibodsaux. I. AT CLOSE or nUsnIess JUNE I10, 100. ASSETS. Cash & Sight Ex. 895.268.8 Demand loans.... 6287 60 Bonds and stocks 26,217.25 ------4127,768.08 Ioans & discounts due within 90 days........ 67,867.5 Loans & discounts not due within 90 days .. 188,167.18 Overdrafts by so!vent cust)mers.............. 99.77 I Real estate (Bank premises) 10,718.96 Furniture and Fixtures.... 8,000.00 Total. $832,611.58 LIABILITIES. Capital stock.. . 0.000.00 Surplus (nrow in creased $8.60 ,) . 8.500.00 Semi annual divi dendsa......... 2,000.00 Undivided prollits net ............. 2,101.69 --4-0 2.601.69 Deposits.......... 270,009.89 Total, 8832,611.58 I C, P. 8bhaver, eashier of the above named Bank. do solemnly swear that the foregolng statement is true and correst, to the beLt of my knowledge and belief. C. P. SHAVER. Cashier. S- wore to and subseribed before me L8 this rd day of July, 1900. RojmAD Wr.UAuOOsx, Notary Pubtle OFFICEBS: a. G. BOBICHAUX, O. NAQUIN, President. Vice-President . U. . MOiVANT, Vice-President. C. P. SHAVER, P. L. BRAUnD. Cashier. Ass't Cashier. B. 6, Robichau, . ogr, P. L. Braud O. Naquln . UI. orrvant W.H. Price, Thos. Beary C. P. Shaver. L . Layman I.A. Trosclair O. E. Peltier. State of Louisiana, Parish of Lafourche, Thibodaux, La., June 30, 1900. The 'Democratic Executive Com. mittee of the Third Congressional District of this State met this day, with Judge Walter Onion in the chair. The following members answered to their names tn person or ty proxy: 1ILerville.-A. A. Brown and A. K. Grace. Ascension.-R N. Sims and S. H. St. MaItin. Assumption.-Walter Guion. Lafourche.-A. J. Braud, W. H. Price, P. Meyer. Terrebonne.-J. D. Shaffer, proxy Ed. McCollam. St. Mary.-A. C. Allen, proxy Wil bur C. Kraemer. Iberia.-J. P. Minville and J. A. Babia. St. Martin.-D. Reese, A. V. Four net, proxy FI. L. Broosard. Lafayette.-Wm. 'Campbell. UCameron.-William Laurent, proxy RF. Brousnard. The chair declared a quorum pre. sent and the coanmittee ready for business. Mr. McCollam moved that Mr. H. N. Coulon, of Lafourche, be elected secretary of the committee, carried. The following towns were put to nommation as the place .wherein the next Congresional Convention will be convened, to-wit: Latfyette, Frankln and Plaque. mine, and on a vote by parishes be. ing ordered, Lafayette was declared to have been selected, and Mooday, Sept. 24. 1900, as the day and date for the convening of the convention Mr. Campbell, of Lafayette, duly seconded by Mr. Brown, of Iberville, moved that each parish of this dis trict be allowed, at the coming con vention, the same vote as fixed by the State Committee for the recent State Convention, carried. On motion duly made and earried, the nmanner of selecting the delegates to said Congressional Convention was left to the Democratic Central Committees of the various parishes comprised in this Congreusiounal Di trct. It was further moved and carried chat the proceedings of "his commit tee be iubtishled i:l the local papers of the various parishes and also in the Times Democrat and Picayune. There being no further business the committee adjourned subject to the call of the chair. H. N. CoULon. WALTrzn Golro. Secretarly. Chairmau. ---- *.. --- Tou Nun No Risk. Did you know that you could buy a pair of "Regent" shoes, with a guarantee, that they will wear well ? The Regent factory are so well satis fled that their shoe is the tery best obtainable for the money that they instruct as to replace every pair that fails to give gcod wear. So you see, you should not hesitate to try a pair. All styles, all leathers, one prie *3 50. Charles A. Badeanu prop. of The Racket Store, sole Agent FERRYS $SEEDS Thboaumdsofgardea. er depend en Ferr, 'vedi every year and never rnsI'r dLapjpoitmenl t Cleap slbtd ttes Lbrig iou. not payiL crope. It pays to pay a little Doore for I PaUtar' sB . Plve Cents .,r paper everywhere, and atways worth it. Always the , l1at. lPwlred Anaal frns. a. IL SEBI & aW.,1 MTMIT, II1LA. Sl anda whiskey Paets DROPSY ni*n' ' E rfloM IJt- -n day ab tlet twthtwea or aUJll u remov ed. Testimenials and rf "t re rD . s. .ela.3 '8 0ss. Bos . Misntes. a CASTOR IA For Lnfasts ami CGilrm. BTe k tes A ays t NEW ALDVEITINEMI NTS, VIRGINIA 00CLLEGE. For Teasr Ladles, Reaeake, Ta. Opens Sept. 18thb, 190. One of the leading BShools for Young Ladles in the South. sag nlteent oalldings, all modern improve ments. Campus ten seres. Grand moun tain soeaery In Valle of Va., temed for health. European and American teaebhers Full coarse. Superior advantages In Art, Music, and Elocution. Students from thirty States. For eatail.ues address . MATTIKC r'. HiARRIS, Pres., loanbke, Va. 49.8$ LOG JAMS,. he Pearee They Mae"t and new They Are Erekem Up. "A log jam is one of the most fr-e midable problems we have to encoun ter In our line of buslness," said a Mis sissippi lunaberuan. "How they begin is diflicult to explain: A few dozen logs will become wedged for an instant In a narrow part of a stream and in less time than it takes me to tel It hundreds of others will come swooping down and pack themselves In an Intri cate, close knit span, reaching from bank to bank, and almost as solid as a rock. The force they exert is some thing marvelous. During one jam In my section I saw a lot of fogs plunge under the edge of the blockade, and a few seconds later they pushed their way up through the very middle of the pack, toesslng timbers as big around as a ,man's waist Into the air like so many toothpicks. The noise they made as they drove through the mass was simply deafening. It sound ed as If the solid earth was being torn up by Its foundations. When the lop passed under the Jam, they were evi ddntly caught In such a way as to still further obstruet the lmplaioped stream and were hurled upward with all the rreesistible energy of millions of gallons of rushing water. "The breaking of a jam Is a very ticklish operation and seems to be largely a matter of Instinct with old rivermen. The limes and angles of strain In such a blockade are so com. plleted that the best enginer tIn the world is apt to go wrong In indleatlng the proper point of attack. A veteran lumberman, on the contrary, will often take a long look at the mass and then point out the 'key log.' Theb key log Is the timber on whlcb the straan en ters, and when it is blown out or pried out, the pack, In almost every itance, will break up of Itsaelf. I had an old fellow in my employ a few years ago who could locate a key log mine times out of ten. He couldn't read or write, knew nothing about engineerng sad was unable to explatn bow he arrived at his conelusions. He said it 'eame kinder nach'raL'" - New Orlesan Tlmes-Democrat SHAKESPEAREAN PARTS. tIe IelseheyL Dame Is the leages e Them All. The longest part In any Shakespers an play is Hamlet, wbo is before tho audience almoet constantly. Hamlet Is a constant talker,. and it is surprling that In the clreumstances e says so many wise thoings. He has to his share 1,5be lines. Richard III is another long part. ua the charaoter speaks 1,161 lie, and next comes lag., with 1.117 ones. Heury V has 1,063 lines. One would suppose from seeng the representatlon or from looking over tie play that OtheUllo had more Ilnes thanb lago. but It is not the case, for the val lant Moor huas only 88 lines. Coriole-b ns huas 886, the Duke In "Measure For Measure" 880 and Timon 888. Antony in "Antony and Cleopatra" does not seem a very long part Judgiag by the appearance of the prompt book, but In rality be has 880 Ulines. Brutus ia "Jullus Cmesar" has l, Valstat In "Henry V" nT. Macbeth appears a long part Judging from bow mrucb be is on the stagle In the repre sentatio, but In fact be has only 706 lanes, Romeo ba 618, whebh is only a few more than the King in "Hamlet," who has 53L Casi s In "Julius C ear," altbough a first eass part, has but 50? lines. The temale parts tn Shakespeare's plays are not very long. The actress who plays Portia has 580 lines to study. oaltnd bhas 74P Cleopatra has 010 and Juliet 54L Deedemona has only 880. Betrice has 80. Only 30 of Shakespere's women bhave more than 800 lines eh, and some of the most famous of the great bard's temi niabne cretion bare comparatively lit tie to say. Cordella ln "Kilng Lear" bh eonty 115 lines, Kate In "Tamng of the Shrew," altbough so conspluous and voluble, ha but 229, while Lady Macbeth has but 21--Baltimore A lean. "It Is my aim tn le" he said, "o make meg happie. "W'hy at wossmp' el a 8 h,1 apoPeaLt Do not fsra Thibodaux 8be line of the highe mackentos hes. JoAN No UT. PATRIare Cr. etWra CAf4L TruEt .t5l Robt. Copper, SHEET IRON Shop on St. Louiy and Thibodauy of your first-class wo k pl les. oaaong and RsPAIR Woau H. N. NOTARY THOS. LEOU I have bought erly owned wald and am the best se a call LOCAL BU BLUM & SONS, S. Clothtng, boot. lull line of Purnltuer.. St. Louio Strets.. BoURO . T. MarkegU Alwaysoen hand the Pork, Veal, and Seeeges Market Street, Th1 JUI18SALOON. N. V. Traile., Chebe. wisee and qeuae.. , had. Cer. Gr. ad Fmcw, a. w., . Cypenm sad pr. a"d sawed ad harmem. saola a apeelaty. LeGunDR, C J. " Cb*Ice Pamilp Al.. Peed ad ubamneal. Ro se rets. ETERD, D. A. IJ. Phymleleas Prop~rtem of Veere "rir d aa o fa;= . La. 1. 3 fOTH DERUG (10 VIElgK & CO. i ea s . :ga, beege a Cer. Maim & St. Lenin T HIBODAUI DRUG VoJ. 6uKI., Der ge, Chemical.. TalkS BShool hooks. 8:stsae. Philip etrete. kTIG HTr MS. J makin. Car. Mrke Walehmhasle Pl. Jewelry. watehee Street. betwe st. Phi DACiArD, DR. il, Dimnaha ef OWELL & MA ema., 6, 7, Dank KNuDoeuMc c.aD O~ee: Bank BalI)S LenL 8tre, a. CHOL, EEAIINUIS. ivee 'st rumeatale eoae. reademee: [AGIOS, PRO?. I. Eglibsh anud Prene in Natlheonatic tngbk t- Michael stro. MOUNT CRREL -m Acdelml *oe Kept by the Satern r ough eouree. EglishJ MarkYet treet. OULON, II. i. ReAl KEtate end Agen,. PtoprtieI loaned nd . nuldiung.