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Page 96 - AN ACT granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from Lake Superior to Puget Sound, on the Pacific coast, by the Northern route.
Page 309 - Know ye the land of the cedar and vine, Where the flowers ever blossom, the beams ever shine; Where the light wings of Zephyr...
Page 6 - First. That Congress declare that the compound interest notes shall cease to be a legal tender from ihe day of their maturity. " Second. That the Secretary be authorized, in his discretion, to sell bonds of the United States, bearing interest at a rate not exceeding six per cent., and redeemable and payable at such periods as iruy be conducive to the interests of the government, for the purpose of retiring not only compound interest notes, but the United States notes.
Page 309 - I see it represented on this map that Duluth is situated exactly halfway between the latitudes of Paris and Venice, so that gentlemen who have inhaled the exhilarating airs of the one, or basked in the golden sunlight of the other, may see at a glance that Duluth must be a place of untold delights, a terrestrial paradise, fanned by the balmy zephyrs of an eternal spring, clothed in the gorgeous sheen of ever- blooming flowers, and vocal with the silvery melody of nature's choicest songsters.
Page 280 - I hereby give notice that the principal and accrued interest of the bonds herein below designated, known as
Page 491 - We must all get down at the feet of Jesus and be taught by no one but Himself." Rockefeller was a no less active and devoted member of his church, the Baptist denomination. Armour gave liberally to a non-sectarian Sunday school. Hill, though a Protestant, settled more than half a million dollars upon a Catholic seminary, thinking that the papal organization was best fitted for...
Page 113 - River, about 500 miles, the country is 'as bad as God ever made or anybody can scare up this side of Africa.
Page 178 - ... within the States and Territories in which they shall be situate, after not less than sixty days' previous notice, in single sections or subdivisions thereof, to the highest and best bidder...
Page 424 - To the Public: We regret to be obliged to announce that, owing to unexpected demands on us, our firm has been obliged to suspend payment. In a few days we will be able to present a statement to our creditors, until which time we must ask for their patient consideration. We believe our assets to be largely in excess of our liabilities.