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- The position will com'mand‘good local talent, already offered, but selection is delayed that new I, h i I i . , ___—
stockholders may haVe a voice in the, same. ‘ ' . ' . , . WI LLIAM A, WI L80 N, g , '
h The new directors are expected to exercise the same prudence and eco’noilmy inaugurated-in the ' ' ' i ' hEFh’B’bNCES: ' .. i '
past. ' 'l‘h'e' expense acco'iint has always been sxriall,’am0unting' to about $10,000.“ annually; ’ ‘ ~ " ‘ B anlier and B r01{er ' 'Naiionnl Bank of the Republic. New York. "
’ It is confidently believed lthat'the bank can earn orf its capital after the preposed increase I2 ‘ ' ’ ““"‘”ld"N“‘_i”““l thin“? “‘fm‘b ‘ . '
per cent. net annually; The'policy of the ‘bank Will be to pay’4 to 5 per cent. semi-annual cash dividends - 1 543 DELAWARE ST ' 'MC“:?“’:{1"‘_”A“??? J1": $1”:th _
andpass the additional earnings to slur-plus fund. , . _ . - ' » ' - > . " um $33111 ‘1).‘,‘1]1‘.l1Uth1‘1(;‘;l;]1:rczuul‘:;” ;,. Ci”.
, Subscriptions will be received and awarded in theo-rder of their‘arrival, and as soon as the in-_ KANSAS CITY . _ MlSSOURl ‘ "
crease is consumed, the subscription beeks will be closed, and a call.made for $56.00 per share.' The , _ ' _ _’ ’ , I, , "'_. "' ' , ..
remaining $50.00will be due in‘nionthly payments of $i0.00‘each .per share. ‘ . . , _ _ _ g ., ’ , - . _ , _ _ _ _
I was just 43 days in placing the stock of the Continental National Banlc..St. Louis, of $2,000,
000, and have had nearly as much more offered and the orders are still coming in, and $1,13 has . — . .
already been bid, with no sellers. As the Fourth National offers even more tempting advantages than , v , ' . ' — , , '
the Continental, on account of the small banking capital of Dallas, and a much larger interest rate, 'I , , ‘
apprehend this stock will be quickly taken; ' -' ’ ')
Please-address all ordersdirect to me. Youcan telegraph me your order -at my expense, and A GOO D F0 U Pl TO FIVE P E R C E N T'. S E M I AN
at the same time, mail me the order. In this way I hold same for you and on arrival of subscription ‘ ' p .
properly signed. mail you the award. The first call will not be _made before July Ist to 15th. N UAL CA8 I"! D I VI D E N D I N V ES FM E N T, '
The last official statement: made by this bank we submit herewith. , . ' , i
p __ . Respectfully Yours,
. WM. A. WILSON, V . .
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» KANSAS CITY, Mo_ 1-5 ‘ '
Report of the condition of the Fourth National Bank, at Dallas, Texas, at close of business, T I l Ii: FOU H T H N A T 10 N AL BAN I{
May 13, 1889: , .
- RE5( ‘URCES. LIABILITIES. g I ‘ , 73,. > . . -_
Loans and (llSCDllliKS,_.......................... $304,215.23 Capital StOCk paid 1“, $200,000.00
Overdrafts,..,.,.,,,,_..,,._,,...___.,,.....“ 9,302.91 Surplusfund,................................. 10.000.00 “OF—___—
U. S, Bonds to secure circulation,. . .. ... . . . . . . .. I 50,000.00 Undivided profit-g, - - - - - - ~ . - ~ ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ ~ ~ .. 11,500.86 .
Due from approved reserve agents, ........._,._, 26,013.73 National bank notes outstanding, , _ , . , . . . . . . , . . .. 45,000.00 ~ ‘
[1)ucf1‘rnu ulhernatiunal bunks' ..........4...... 20,6;295 Deposits,..............................'..,.... 248,302.34
Due from state banks and bankers, . ............ 26,008.45 _—_ I r
Real estate, furniture and tixtures, .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 20,934.17 Total, $014,803.20 D a 1 1 a S e 2 i ( 1 S
Current expenses and taxes p;ii(l,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3,701.45 . ,
1‘reiniuuispnid, 2,125.00
Checks and other cash items. . _ , . . ,. .. . . _ , ,, _ . ,. 4,843.71 , ' ' '
’llillsnfuiherlianks,. .. 3.00000 ‘ W111 Increase ltS Capltal from $200,000 to '
Fractional paper currency, niekcls and pennies . . .. 68.10
, $600,000. and offer a part of the Increase to
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W“ 3.0x?” new Subscribers on unusual favorable terms.
Redemption fund \\‘lIlI U. S, Treas. (07c of err.) .. 3,200.00
Total, $514,803.20 , __...—_._
State of Texas, l ‘38 .
County of Dallas. 5 ‘ ' Interest rates are high and security good; the legal rate in Texas being
I, S. B. Hopkins, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear 12 per cent, and commands the beSt names and COHateral in the countrY-
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
' [‘11. 3.] . , 5. B- HOPKINS, CaShier- _—
bubscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of May, 1889, - , » -
MERCER L. ROBERTSON, , .
Notary Public, Dallas Co., Texas. 1.
Correct [attest]. I >H I I AS
’I‘. F. \VALLACE, . , _ ‘ . . _ , ’
H. B. STRANGE. . . - , _ 7
W H. PRArHER. , ' Population “60000; Five- National Banks, with a Combined Capital of
Directors. , , .‘ $1,575,000, and '10 State Banks, Texas having no State Banking 1. aw.

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The Fourth National Bank of Dallas, Texas commenced business April 4th, 1337’ with a cash Dallas enjoy: the confidence of her own people. As an evidence of their faith in her continued
capital of $200,000. Five semi—annual 5 per cent. cash dividends have been paid to stockholders, and a1 prosperity, her business men. and men Of means are investing largely Ii“ various local enterprises. Dis-
nice reserve accumulated. The growth of the city, the increase of business, the good demand for money at: tant capitalists seeing the falth Of her 0WD c1tizens aII‘C maklng Ilnquu'les from every quarter, seekmg in-
large rates with good security and flattering prospects for the future, have induced them to increase formation about the feasibility of establishing factorles and var1ous lines of trade there. Capital from
their capital from $200,000. to $600,000. Much of this increase will be absorbed by the old stock- the north and east is moving freely towards Dallas. . Many new entcrprises 0f importance and value

, holders and local capitalists of Texas. The remainder [coutroA and offer the same at $106.00 per E to tho c1ty are being maugurated by men 0f recognized wealth, ablhty’ energy and 1ntegr1ty. New
share, par value of $10000 each. I factoriIeISJare being started, g1v1ng- employment to the'rnasses. These facts Justlfy the conv1ct10n that

I regard this as desirable stock, and a good investment at the price named. Before assuming: E Dalla‘é‘is’fast becommg the metropolis of the south-weSt, and W111 possess excecdmg 100,000 people
this charge I made a special visit to Dallas, to assure myself that this was an enterprise deserving my E in the near future. More banking capital is needed, and can be used With safety and advantage bOth
efforts and my confidence. My convictions rest on the following facts: ‘ l to the lender and borrower. Interest rates are high, and security good, the legal rate in Texas being 12

per cent. per annum, and this rate commands the best names, and best collateral in the country. Taxes
T EX a S E are not excessive. The rate of taxes for all purposes at Dallas, this year, 1889, is only 1.5 per cent. on a 31:.-
. . E valuation.

. I , . . . l , With these facts before them, the directors of the Fourth Natianal Bank feel justified in the in—
Texas Is 1n the “New South’ ,and abreast Wlfih the new l1fe and enterprises assumed by the E crease of capital proposed. The terms to the new subscribers are favorable. It is proposed that the
South in the last few years. Texas 15 an emplre 0f itself. Note the followmg area: 374’356 square- increase shall date as of july Ist, 1899. If the new arrangement cannot be consummated by that time,
miles; 750 miles from north to SOUth; 810 miles from east to WCSt; 100 square miles larger than all the E viz: stock subscribed and paid in and much other detail work accomplished, the change will occur as
eastern and middle States combined; six times larger than New York; larger than England, Ireland, soon thereafter as possible, July Ist, 1889, the accustomed 5per cent. semi-annual cash dividend will be
Scotland, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Switzerland, Denmark and half 0f Italy, all combined. In variety i declared to the old stockholders. and the remaining profits passed to reserve. The bank has now $10 000.
and richness of soil for field, garden and orchard purposes Texas is unsurpassed by any state in the reserve, and from the earnings of the past six months, after the payment ofa : per cent. dividend: the
Union. Population 1n 1870’ 8I8’579; in 1880’ 1’591’749; in 1888’ 2’375‘032; in 1889’ estimated 2’600’ reserve will be increased. Hence the book value of the stock July 2nd, 1889,1vi11 be about $1.06 The
t 000' Product1ons for 1837: cotton, 1‘123‘238 b21165; wheat, 5’174’454 hUShCIS; oats, 13’490’925 bushels;. E present stockholders retain their holdings, and increase them on the same terms offered new subscri-

sweet potatoes, 3,823,563 bushels; hay, 171,016 tons; orchard and garden, $4,100,000 ,poultry and pro- ' bers viz, $1.06.
duct, $I’I77’OOO; milk and butter, $I7'OOO’OOO; W001 clip, 19’I43’OOO pounds; cattle statistics “Ct at. , The assets of the bank are guaranteed by the old stockholders and will give to the new man-
, .. , , command, bUt by far tbs largESt product 0‘, the state. _ . agement a thorough and searching examination in addition to the examination required by the depart—
The people are intelligent, progresswe and ambltious. I ment controlling national banks. The accumulated business and good will of the institution are all sur-
E rendered without direct compensation, in the belief that a large capital and larger resources are needed,

DA. L LAS ‘ E and that the same will be profitable alike to both old and new subscribers.

Is the commercial, business and manufacturing centre for this vast domain and these large re-- E h I am assured that cvcry detail 1n the entcrprlse Wlll be conducted 1n the utmost good {allh and
sources. Located in the north and cast part of the state, it is not subject to the complaints commonl : onor. It is proposed to 1ncreasc the present directory from nine to fifteen and grant the entire in-
to points further south. It is the largest and most progressive city in the state. Situated in the heart E crease to the new stockholders.
of one of the richest agricultaral regions in the world, it has become the railway centre of the state, ' The present directory are all prominent and successful business men in Dallas. It is thought
With twelve lines of road, radiating in as many different directions, and several others projected, E best to retain and utilize the good name and influence of the present board in conjunction with the

Dallas is the largest city in Texas, as evidenced by the following population: Dallas 60,000,. I other six new directors, to be elected by, and from the new subscribers.

San Antonio 44,000, Galveston 40,000, Houston 36,000, Fort Worth 25,000,‘Austin 23,000, Waco 20,000. The present officers and directors are as follows:

1Dallals hafs atbout 1:0 factories£1 rgpiclslcnting clothingxtrunk arid cflanjfiing facltlorips, oIitl millfs, cot- W. H. PRA'I‘HER, Pres’t. T. F. WALLACE, Wholesale Grocer,
ton €111( woo en ac orics, rewmcr an 15 1 1110' com ames, iron wor '5, 0 inc m1 5. urm ur - _ . ,
ics, cotton compresses, grain elcvbators, &c., 8:: Dallas has 50 wholesale ‘hobuscs; 5 nation; :::)fis- , E' M' TILLMAN’ VICE Prest W. J BETTERTON‘, Rgfl Estate Broker,
with a capital of $1,575,000. Texas has no state banks on account of no state banking law. The and Wholesale Grocer, T. I]. OLIVER, Capitallst,
growth of the city has been regular and constant. Population 1872, 2,000; 1EI880, 10,000; 1889 esti- S. B- HOPKINS, Cash, _ ’ J. B. SIMPSON, Attorney,
mated 60,000. Dallas County property valuation in 1887 was $26,857,750.oo; estimated 1889,, ‘ H. B. STRANGE, Ass’t Cash, W. C. CONNOR, Mayor of Dallas.

55409001000- '.I 7 The real estate item in the statement represents a nice and convenient bank building well worth

. Comparative table by counties of ad valorem and school taxes, collectlpl for the fiscal year end— the money. The same would readily command the price at which it is held by the bank.

”1g Apnl 30th, £318: County Seat, Dallas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .\$114,798.20 The services Of the present very effiCient caShier’ 5‘ B. Hopkins’ \‘Vlll be continued. H815 a man
Bax“, u u 53,, Antonio,......................................\ 93452.17 of business experience, enjoys the full confidence of the community, and has been cashier since the
Galveston “ “ Galvesmn. E 86,037.86 bank was organized; he is a man of wealth, will hold $100,000. of the stock after the increase is made,
35:11:31?“ : 313:“ Eggesog'gg and gives strength and patronage to the institution. Mr. Griggs, the first President, died last Novem-
TmVESI ' 1. .1 Austin, \164383292 , = ber. Since his death W. H. Prather has acted as President, without giving active service, or drawing
Tarrant, U .. Fort Worth, 59,568.65 ' ' a salary. After the increase it is proposed that the president shall be active in the management.
$111535, I :: $:::t::chle Eggs: ‘ The good judgment of the new directory will be asked to name such a president. The best interest

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 Patients who receive benefit from the treat—
ment, in very many cases, send for our literature
and hand to their friends. That is the best way to
answer the question usually asked, "What has
helped you?" We publish a treatise of nearly
two hundred pages with the title "Compound '
Oxygen——its mode of action and results," and
monographs on various diseases which have yielded
to the treatment, which are freely mailed to all
applicants, and we are glad to send any of these
publications to addresses furnished us by our
patrons.

Will the person receiving these please hand.
to their friends, or any one who may need
information about our Compound Oxygen?

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I529 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

For Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Dyspepsia, Catarrh,
Hay Fever, Headache, chility, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and
all Chronic and Nervous Diswdcrs.

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“The Compound Oxygen Treatment," Drs. Starkey & Palon,
No. 1520 Are I Street, Philadelphia, have bcen usingr for the last.
seventeen years, is a scientitic adjustment of the elements oi
Oxygen and Nitrogen muyncliy'zl, and the compound is so con-

~ dcnscd and made portable that it is sent all over lhc world.

I Dies. STARKEY & PALEN ham the liherty to refer to the follow-
ing named well-known persons who have tried their 't'rcatment.:
HON. WM. D. KELLEY, Mcmher nt‘Congress, Philadelphia.
REV. VICTOR L. CON RAD, Editor Lutheran (Jhscrvcr, l’hila.
REV. CHARLES W. CUSHING, D. D., Rochester, N. Y.
HON. WM. PENN NIXON, Editor Inter—Ocean, (‘Illt'ilfl0, Ill.
W. H. WORTHINGTON, Editor New South, Birmingham, Ala.
JUDGE H. P. VROOMAN, Quenemo, Kan.

MRS. MARV A. LIVERMORE, Melrose, Massachusetts.

JUDGE R. S. VOORHEES, New York City.

MR. E. C. KNIGHT, Philadelphia.

MR. FRANK SIDDALL, Merchant, Philadelphia.

HON. W. W. SCHUVLER, Kristen, l’a.

EDWARD L. WILSON, 8153 Broadway, N. Y., Ed. Pliila. Photo.

FIDELIA M. LYON, Waimea, Hawaii, a\‘andn‘icli Islands.

ALEXANDER RITCHIE, Invcrncss, Scotland.

MP.S_ MANUEL V, ORTEGA. IA'ri-snillo, Zaeatecas, Mexico.

MRS. EMMA COOPER, Utilla, Spanish Honduras, C. A.

.I. COBB, Ex-Vice Consul, t‘asziblanca, Morocco.

M. V. ASH BROOK, lied Bluil‘, t‘al.

JAMES MOORE, Sup’t. l’olii-e, ”landlord, Dorsetshire, England.

JACOB WARD, Bowral, New South Wales.

And thousands Mothers in every part. lit the United States.
—A-—~——

“ ("amp/171ml (hymn—its III/HIP anc/inn "ml RI>.r1/I/.v“’is the title
of a new lu'ovhuro of two hundred pages, pnlilishcd try his.
Starkey & l‘altiuwliieli gives to all inquirers full information as
to this roinm“.;al»!c curative agent and a record of several hun-
dred surprising eures in a Wide range of chronic eases—many
oftlwm al'tnr lacing; ahandnned to die by other physicians. Will
be mailed free to any address on application. Read the brochure!

DRS. STARKEY d. PALEN,
1V0. 15.99 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

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CHANGES IN ADDRESSES.
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The constantly widening and enlarging stream of patrons of “Compound Oxygen” has made
it a necessity that we should provide larger and better quarters, both in the City of Philadelphia and I
at seretal of our Depositories.

In Philadelphia we have purchased for our Main Ollicesalarge brick residence at No. 1529
Arch street, which, in the hands of an architect, has been transformed into “one of the hand.
somest and most complete establishments in theworld devotel to the practice of Medical Science.”
Here we have ample room for the continued growth of the next few years, with yard space for
cnlatgcmcnt when that'shall become essential.

The DEPOSITOR Y A 1' SAN I'VIIANCISCO, California, has been removed from

I No. 615 Powell street to the fine building, No. 331 Montgomery street, and is in charge of Mr. II.
A. Mathews, who will receive orders for any part of the Pacific coast, or from the Hawaiian Islands,
and also from Japan and China.

The AUSTRALIA)” DEPOSITORIES are in charge of G. H. Townlcy, Stanmore
road, Petersham, Sydney, N. S. “7., and Elliott Brothers (Limited), Brisbane, Queenslanl.

Our DEI’OSITORY I.V ENGLAN’D is in charge of Mr. \Villiam Garner, IIolly
Bank, Halton, Cheshire, England.

Our CA NJDIAN DEPOSITORY is in charge of Charles G. King, 53 Church street, I
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

A. IV. AIO OR E, of South Carolina, Canvassing Agent. .

The Curiosity in reglrd to Compounl Oxygen is natural; an'l we are pleased to aid all who
cue to gratify it. A volume of nearly two hunlred pa;es on “Compound Oxygen—its Mole of
Action and Results,” will be mailed free to every inquirer on receipt of address; and if particu-
larly intercstel in the cure of any special disease,a monograph on that will also be sent. Postage
is prepaid, and the literature is free to all.

EVERY ONE SIIOULD ILVO IV TH'AT OUR GREAT SUCCESS IIAS ’
LED T0 [311131 1'10.“ In using; tin H3313 Treatmmt, to be sure that you have the
genuine Compound Oxygen, see that it 1113 our trolls-mark, as below, and that our mates are
blown in glass of each bottle.

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The daily receipt of letters, asking us if other parties are employed by us in confidential positions, through which
making and dispensing a genuine t'outpound Oxygen, leads tltey were able, in a surreptitious manner. to discover the
its to caulion ottr patients to purchase only ui‘us, or through seeret of its mamtl‘at-turc. Anti, with a dullness ol' percep-
ouraccredilcd depositories. tion equaled only by their moral obliquity, tltey ask the

The remarkable results which have attended the admin— public to credit their assertions, while at the same time
istration ol' i'umpoutui Oxygen, the remedy for chronic and claiming to possess the, secret 01' making (,‘ompotlttd Oxygen
socalled “incurable diseases," are: It'll/mu! u/uu'ullgl in med. | through a bet rayal ol' confidence. As if the public would
icul Itixlmy. put faith in men who declare themselves to be untrust-

As dispensers of this well-tried remedy, we have, after worthy. 'l‘heircircularsopen \\‘ithslatemcttls which oueof
eighteen years nfearucst, unlirine,and costlyelt'urt tointro- our patients, in writing to us,cbaructerizes as “An oulrugc
duce it to those who need its vitalizing and health restoring an lrll’ll' honor. and Ill/Ilt’o‘Iy."
intluences, succeeded in resting its claims on the basis of The substance used by us to give to the Compound the
facts and results of so wide and universal a Cllllrttlflttr—Illt‘ll vilalizing elements and curative force it contains is a secret.
and rev/ills on recto-v], am] open In the claws! inrm/lyulitmx——l but which we do not communicate to any one employed in our
no room for a question remains as to its nutrrelluua ucliun in laboratory.
"awn-in” I118 dimmed Io [Idltll/l. in another case a Western physician dispensed an imita-

’J‘be rapidiy increasing number of those who have oh- tion ot‘ our Treatment, which he called (‘ompound Oxygen, .
lflllll'tl relief from pain or been restored to health by (‘,om- and then took a number of our testimonials and reports at
pound Oxygen, reaching now to many thousands, scattered cases, and published them as having been given for cures
tln‘onghout the whole country, is having a wide iutlucuce made by itis spurious preparzuiou. A threat to publicly ex-
on puldie sentiment. There are noarguments-soconvincing pose hitn caused him to withdraw, so far as we know. ottr
as well-known I‘acts. Accumulate similar results to the testimonials, but. he still oti'crs the public his worthless
number of hundreds and thousands, and in the widest article.
range of chronic and “desperate" diseases and abandoned Many little towns are visited by so-callcd Oxygen doctors,
cases. and you have :t weight of evidence that is irresistible. who travel through the country purporting to dispense our
()1) this weight or indisputable evidence we rest the claims I'ompouud Oxygen: staying a Icw days only, they leave for
of (‘ompnoud Oxygen. I t'resh licids. We might cite other cases, but the above will

And now it becomes our duty to warn the public against suliiec.
frauds and imitations. Searceiy any higher assurauctmt'the in most. of the cases which have come under our observa-
vaiue of a useful discovery or invention can be given than tion the spurious substance is oil'ercd at. lower prices than
the fact that unscrupulous persons attempt to deceive the we ask for the genuine article.
public by uttering them an :r'ticie to which they give the it might seem at lirst sight that they do us harm; but. so
same or silniiarname, and to which they attribute the same do counterfeit hills and coins. Upon the back of every
qualities. Please notice the long list of imitators and imi— United States bill is a caution ngainst counterfeiting, and
tattoos thaLwe are having in every large city in the United the person tct'eivinga bill should be sure of its genuinencss.
States. nmuelydbc “ inhaling tithes," "inhalers." "perfected ifpon the back of this sheet is our “'l‘radc Mark" and the
oxygen," "oxygen treatment,” “the amnioniaphone," “ in- full list of our only accredited Depositories; and in every
balers," “ the nebiiizer,” Pic , each and all proving at once bottle sent out by us are our names, blown in the glass. All
ltx great. value and intrinsic worth as the most. important using Compound Oxygen have abundant opportunity of
and successful therapeutic discovery now known in the knowing whether they get the genuine or not. You need
world. The intrinsic valueot' a thing becomes evident in have no doubts of a coin you get directly from the Mint;
the efforts to make gain