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Saturday Morning Courier.
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LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, .lAJNIJAHY UJ, 1H4.
PRION FIVE OICNTS.
Tho minual meeting of the stoukhold
ors of thn national liankH wan hold TueB
day, resulting in some imiortunt
changes, tho nioflt iinM)rtunt of which
occurred at tho Qormun National batik.
Mr. 0. T. Hoggp, formerly cashier of tho
Lincoln National, wub elected president
of this bank, succeeding Mr. J. Bohmcr.
Mr. Boggs Ib an experienced hanker, and
his connection with tho Gorman menus
much additional strength for that insti
tution. Mr. Qhnbcrg was ro elected vice
president and Mr. Waito continucR as
cashier. MeBsrs. N. 0. Abbott and W.
E. Stewart wore added to the directory.
At tho American Exchange tho annual
meeting was enlivened by a presentation
of silver to tho president, Mr. I. M. Ray
mond, on tho part of tho stockholders.
D. G. Wing, assistant cashier, and G. P.
Paucon, wero elected directors. At tho
First there was no important change.
Tho following directors wero chosen by
tho stockholders or tho Columbia: John
B. Wright, Thomas Cochran, J.. E. Hill,
II. P. Lau, W. L. Dayton, J. II. McCluy,
P. E. Johnson, W. W. Hackney, G. J.
Railsback, George II. Lowrey, W. C.
"Tho recovery from a general business
depression, such as visited this country
in 1893 is, I believe, pretty suro to como
tirst in tho agricultural communities,
and Nebraska can look with somo confi
dence to a roturn of prosperity before It
becomes general in tho cast. By fall
business will have resumed something
liko its normal condition, and with a
good crop Nobraska will bo in an excel
lent condition. It is an indisputable
fact that tho tarilT agitation has greatly
rotarded resumption in manufacturing,
whllo tho present uncortalnity exists,
progress muBt necessarily bo slow. Even
tho democrats tho business men re
gard tho Wilson bill as a very unwise
Mr. Dawes is of tho opinion that tho
present year will witness u considerable
influx of Bottlers into Nebraska. This
opinion it might bo said, is quite genor
At tho annual meeting of tho Lincoln
Clearing Houso association held Wed.
ncsday, N. S. Harwood was olocted presi
dent; J. II. McClay, vice-president and
O. II. ImhofT was continued as manager.
Mr. C. G. Dawes returned tho other
day from a visit to tho financial confers
of tho east. His observation of condi
tions in Now York, Boston and other
eastern cities leads him to take a hope
ful view of tho business situation.
"There is' ho said "a noticcablo im
provement in nearly overy lino, duo, to
somo extent to tho fact that doalera
having rcfrainod from buying as long as
they could, aro now forced into tho
market. Supplies of manufactured pro
ducts have been exhausted and manu
facturers must of necessity turn out
now goods. Of courBo, thoro is very
general depression, but tho worst has
been passed, and thoro is no question
but that things will steadily improve
frBhi now on."
"I had occasion to como in contact
with somo of tho largo investment com
panies and financial institutions, and u
littlo examination mado it clear to my
mind that tho west has, on the whole
suffered much less than tho east. Tho
investment companies report many
losses; but tho perceutago of Iosb on
eastern securities 1b notably heavy. An
ofllcer of ono of tho largest companies
told mo that ho wished all of their
money waB loaned in tho west. Tho
west lias como through tho last six
months with a protty good record, and
an evidence of tho contidonco of eastern
capital in our part of tho country may
bo found in tho fact that monoy has
:ow commonced to como west for in
vestment. It will como in increasing
volume and with tho assuranco of a
good crop, good times ought to make a
speedy reappearance in this locality."
"" CONTINUED FltOM I.AHT WKKK.
Herman Bros., wholesale men's fur
nishing goods, hats, gloves Ac; this firm
commonced business as above in tho
early part of 180.'). at that time oponing
nut ono of tho most comploto stocks of
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a' lliu kiwi went ui uuiciiHM, nun uiwiougii
I ino nasi year couui not in any sense do
considered a favorable ono in which to
go before tho trade for tho Hrst time:
still the firm hus pushed out during tho
year ami built up a largo and constantly
increasing trade covering a largo scope
of territory; tho three brothers com
loslng this firm luivo for years been suc
cessfully engaged in tho retail clothing
and furnishing business in this city and
several smaller Nebraska towns, and
their success in the present business is
no doubt largly duo to their practical
knowledge of tho wants of tho trade; this
is a houso of which Lincoln may well
Fellows Bros., wholesale and retail
oysters and fish; this firm has been in
business hero for a number of years; and
supply tho trade with tho bent there is
in the market; have a well established
trade, carry a good sized stock and re
gard prospects for the futuro as encour
aging. Teuton) & Scott, jobbers of watch
cases, movements and jewelry; com
monced business in June 1802, since
which time have mado rapid progress
and aro now employing two traveling
salesman, besides doing quite an oxtcn
sivo mail order business, and include
in their regular territory: Nobraska,
Kansas, Western Iowa, Northern Mis
souri and also have many customers in
tho Dakota's, Wyoming and Montana;
business of tho past year has been satis
factory showing a total of more than
(60,000; and proBpects for coming year
are believed good. The members of this
firm aro experienced men in this lino
and tho volume of business done in tho
past year speaks well for their ability
and energy and places them (irmly in
tho list of Lincoln wholesalers.
Lincoln Coffee and Spice Mills Co.,
this is an incorporated concern, owned
and promoted by tho wholesale grocers
of tho city, and has been in successful
operation for a number of years, during
which time thoy have made for thorn
solves an onviablo reputation among tho
trade who have learned that their goods
aro what thoy aro represented to bo,
and their straightforward business
methods havo mado tho business a profit
ublo ono, each year showing an increaso
over tho proceeding ono. Tho past
year was a satisfactory one, and ptos
poets aro regarded as good,
Raymond Bros. & Co., This is ono of
tho pioneer wholesale grocery houses in
tho stato, and ono whoso name is famil
iar to tho trado covering a largo scopo
of country. Thoy carry a largo and
comploto stock, including fancy as well
as all of tho staplo lines. Their busi
ness has increased from year to year,
and tho 18!).'! business was not an ex
ception to tho rulo, although tho gain
was of modurato proportions. It is be
lieved by thoni that tho presont year
will bo a prosperous one, . with condi
tions favorable to an agricultural coun
try. Lincoln Packing Co., This concorn la
tho successor of The Lincoln Packing
and Provision Co., and Tho Nebraska
Stock Yards Co., which concerns had
for somo years dono a successful busi
ness. Tho present company filed arti
cles of incorporation March .'1, 1801), with
an authorized capital of 6000,000 and a
paid up working capital of $.'110,000 and
havo a very comploto plant, consisting of
two packing houses, yards, sheds, pons,
water works and aro ulso tho owner of
about 400 acres of lund in and near
West Lincoln. Tho present marked
success of this institution is largely duo
to tho efforts of Mr I. M. Raymond,
who has been tho business manugor for
two years, during which timo tho plant
hus boon kept in constant operation both
winter and summer, and tho output has
boon increased from time to timo until
tho business for 180.3 amounted to moro
than 82,000,000. Improvements to tho
amount of $.'1,000 wore mado in tho past
year, and others will follow during tho
preBont year. Mr. Raymond expresses
himself as being determined to increaso
tho business of this concern until it
roaches 818,000,000 per year, and believes
this high flguro can be attained within
a few years, acting on this deturmnation
the output of tho plant will bo mater
ially enlarged tho present year. In con
nection with tho packing business tho
company aro now feeding over oOO head
of cattlo and a largo number of hogs.
Prospects for tho futuro aro doomed
good. It is believed that prices will
take an upward turn, nnd general busi
ness activity is looked for within tho
Houtz. Johnson & Co., wholesale ci
gars and tobacco; this is one of tho en
terprising firms that dare to commence
business in the timo of general depres
sion; thoy commenced as above in tho
latter part or 180.'! but their travelling
rospresontutivoB did not Btnrt out until
tho first of tho Now Year; Mr. Houtz
will attend to tho olllco business and
havo charge of tho firm's affairs; while
Mr. Johnson will ropresont tho firm as
travelling salesman; thoy aro each men
who havo had experience in their re
spective duties and aro familiar with
the trado in tho territory thoy expect to
mako. Thoy will carry a Btock Hullloiont
ly largo to supply their customers on
short notice. They propose to do busi
ness In the whole southern part of tho
statu and will push into new territory as
fast as business will warrant them in so
doing- and thus It Is that Lincoln adds
another name to her list of wholesale
II. Wittman A Co., wholesale and re
tall harness and saddlery; this Is a firm
that has for years done a successful
business in their lino and aro well and
favorably known to tho trade In this
section of the country and number their
customers among many of tho best firms
In the southern part of tho state; trado
held up well in 'K with very good col
lections; look for normal conditions to
prevail in tho course of a fow mouths
and on tho whole believe prospects good
for renewed activity with conditions
favorable to an agricultural country.
Tho N. P. Curtifl Co., wholesale and
retail dealersin musical instruments and
supplies; was incorporated with a capi
tal of 810,000 within tho past year and
is tho successor of Curtis & Co., who
huvo for a number of yearn enjoyed a
liberal patronage; a largo stock is carried
by this company and thoy aro determin
ed to push out and do oven u larger busi
ness in the futuro than thoy have in tho
past. A revival of trade is looked for
during tho your.
Elsewhere in this issue of Tiik Coun
iv.n reference is made to tho presentation
of a chest of silver to President I.
M. Raymond at tho annual meeting of
tho directors and stockholders of tho
American Exchange National Bank held
Tuesday evening. Tho first address,
which was entirely imprompt, was
mado by Hon. G. M. Lambertson, who
spoko as follows:
"At tho close of half a .lecade of ofll
cial service it is fitting, and I am com
missioned by tho stockholders and direc
tors, to oxpress to you our high consid
eration for you personally, as well us
our appreciation for tho valuable ser
vices you havo rendered this bank. You
huvo been its president slnco its organi
zation, a period of- tlvo yours, and have
served it with signal fidelity and conspic
uous ability. It goes without saying
that tho growth of tho bunk has been in
largo measuro, due to your wiso counsels
und tirelesfl efforts. Its success and
prosperous cureor huvo touched your
pride. During tho late financial crisis,
the most acute that the country has
over oxporionced, when all tho banks of
tho country, including those of this city,
endured a sovero strain, your courngo
was an inspiration, while your personal
credit nnd financial standing was a bul
wark. Your resMess energy, fertility of
resource, consorvutivo munugomont and
sagacious advice, helped in a largo way
to hold tho bank in tho high placo it has
achieved and now holds in tho public
"It is now my privilege on behalf of
tho bank to tender to you this chest of
silver as a token of our esteem, and with
this gift goes tho wish of us all that
you muy continue your successful cureor
and huvo a long lifo und lasting happi
ness." "MET GHARI1Y."
In tho artists' exhibition of 189.') at
tho Now York Acadomy of Design, thoro
wub exhibited un oil-painting by J. L. G.
Ferris, entitled "Sweet Churlty." Its
richness of coloring commanded instant
attention, whllo tho lesson it taught was
so impressive that ono naturally re
turned to it for u second view.
Its subject is u young ludy of colonial
times who is on an un errand to ono of
tho poorer families of the town. She lias
a sonsiblo, charming fuco, which ox
presses with remarkable fidelity the sen
timent of her errand. There is not a
homo that this charming picture will not
ornament. It must bo seen to bo
"Sweet Charity" was purchased by the
publishers of tho Tho Youth's Compan
ion and has been reproduced in colors in
largo size, H,x21.
It will bo sent to all now subscribers
to Tho Companion who send 81,'i'ifor a
years subscription. Address,
Tiik Youth's Companion, Boston,
Six young ladies, each wearing u white
chrysanthemum, created much ex
citoment by serving uh pall-bearers at
the funeral of Mrs. Jumes McGivon,
manager of a local short-hand school ut
Taconui. Tho girls study class of St.
Leo's Catholic Curch had charge of tho
funeral services, and the pallbearers
wero munition) of it. On tho way to tho
church tho young lady palbbeurers
walked behind tho mourners a nil con
tinued in charge of the lemainu until
after tho interment.
M. L. Trustor can suit you on coal if
uuy dealer in Llni-olncun. Bill O street.
The Journal now exhibits a freakish
nes decidedly at variance with its
vaunted conservatism, Ono of Its latest
unconventional manifestations Is tho
addition of a second dramatic critic to
Its stair, and wo believe wo can truth
fully say that tho Journal Is the only
paper in Nebraska employing two
dramatic critics, as to the reason for this
doubling up process wo tiro not fully in
formed. Tho thought suggests itsolf
that iw Journal management may havo
concluded that two dramatic critics are
bettor able to stand tho jeers of tho pub
lie than one, and wo are of the opinion
that this conjecture is tho correct solu
tion of thu dualism of lute noticed in the
dramatic columns of our contemporary.
To toll the truth wo find much to com
mend in this new departure. The target
is moro likely to bo hit by forty shots
than by one, and there is somo chance,
now that there is a multiplicity of opin
ion, that tho Journal' criticisms of tho
drama as it is found in Lincoln, may
occasionally reflect an Intelligence and
discrimination in keeping with tho
traditions of a paper that drains tho
state university of so much infantile
and maturer artistic nerve. Wo moat
the present writing, unuhlo to statu
whether tho gifted contribute. who
sport their knowledge of thu drama In
thu columns of thu Journal, aro ad
vanced pupils in Mr. Jones' celebrated
kindergarten school of journalism ut tho
university or persons of riper experience,
or whether they uro playful expectations
of tho olllco boy and tho devil. But
they are Interesting, and, after all that's
tho main thing.
Wo regrot that butch of thu Journal' it
critics, "S. J. P." and "W. C." roquostod
to statu in their discussions of "Gloria
nu," that tho actor who attempted to
tlllhujiadlng rolo part, Gcorgo Wul.
stcr Pursous, made a grovious mistako
when he entered the theatrical profes
sion, or over turned out of the ranks of
tho Roman populace. This gentleman
mfglit achieve great and lusting dis
tinction behind a bargain counter. We
aro afraid that ho will not find it on thu
Our congratulation goes out to thu
Call on two of its latest accomplish
ments, thu issuance of the annual review
lust Sundy und thu acquisition of Walt
Mason. Inviuwof tho general depres
sion of business it required somo futituul
on the part of the Call management to
undertake a special edition of this sort,
and wo aro pleased to observe that thu
venture met with thu success it deserved.
Thu ruviuw was carefully compiled and
it constituted a most qualifying showing
of Lincoln's progress in a dull your. It
Is generally free from exaggeration, and
the review is a good thing to send to
ono's friends in thu east.
Walt Mason's friends und admirers in
this city includes protty neurly tho en
tiro population, ami his department in
thu Call will prove valuublo to that pa
pur. Much has been said in thu lust month
or two ubout tho poor of tho city, und
various measures havo been proposed
for thu relief of tho Buttering poor.
Tm: Couitimt has mado un investigation
of this Bubjeut this week und while thoro
is some deprivation in Lincoln, it can bo
truthfully stated, us tho result of u
somewhat extended examination that
the suffering in this city is probably
much less than is guuuraly supposed
und considering the experience of other
cities is very light. Wo do not mean to
be understood by this us meaning that
there is no hardship among tho poor.
There aro cases of genuino destitution
and particularly distressing cases have
come under tho observation of Eldur
Howe and others. But overy winter
brings its allotment of distress to thu
poor, and to thu credit of Lincoln, be it
said, thu destitution is not very much
greater than Is usually thu caso ut this
season. Thu county commissioners
huvo afforded much relief and private
contributions have been and aro liberal.
Deserving cases have been promptly
looked after and there is reasonable as
suranco that tho poor will bo pretty well
taken caru of through the winter. El
tier Howo and others engaged in charit
able work urgo a continuance of dona
tions of monoy and food nnd clothing.
For lino family groceries and meats
Jlotnling 4fc Son stand at thu head of
thu list; their prices cannot bo beat for
thu same class of goods. Telephone (110,
store HUT) () street.
Paper Is made from tobacco stalks.
Massachusetts has 200 button fac
tories Wool Is America's seventh lurgost
Two hundred and threw blast fur
naces unu uuthruulto coal.
I'umpkltiH weighing 'J .Ml pnundn
have boon grown In California.
A machine for cleaning and polish
ing hIious has boon Invented, to eosl.
Cairo, Egypt hus a population esti
mated ul (100,000 of which .'10,01)0 uro
Tho greatest depth rocordud of Lako
Michigan Is 870 feet or about one
sixth of a mile.
Tim cost of tho buildings, grounds
mid administration of thu world's fair
was sv.l, 01)0,000.
Huvon hundred und twenty tons of
cardboard arc said to bo utilized overy
year In thu use of postal cards
Statistics show that thu average of
arrests for drunkenness during tho
world's fair was but ono a day.
Probably the finest private colleutlon
of butterflloH In tho world Is owned
by Uarthold Noumoogon, a Now York
Tho Chinese population In Han
Francisco in 1880 was 25,000, In 1800
It was 'J 1,000. The total number of
Chinamen In thn United States Is 100,
The iron llght-housa exhibited at
tho world's fair Is to roplauo tho
Waackuuck boncon, nour Handy Honk.
Tho now tower Is ninoty-six feet high,
thirty feuttallur than tho present ono.
Professor Ellliu Thompson, tho
electrical cxpurt, offers a brass wlro
cngu or an umbrullu with br.iss chains
hanging from the ends of tho ribs an
a complete protaatlou from thunder
bolts. Nuw York furnishers of men's
clothing aro making un effort to
cmauelpalu tholr patrons from the
shirt that gous on over tho head by
offering for salo a shirt that go on
and buttons up llko a coat
Thomas ICeon, a onc-urmod hunter
from Tlonesta, Pa., whllo hunting
eamo on a hour cub, which ho killed.
Tho mother bear cuino on the scene
and fought him, but foil by the rifle.
A littlo later twomor. cub..weee
found and killed.
I. II. Llvortnore of Augusta, Maine,
In lSHI scratched his inltiutson a dlmo
for a pocket ploco. Ho spent It by
mistako, but In 1840 it camu buck to
him. In 1H51 ho spoilt It again, and
In 1881 got It buck. Bo is now hold
ing on to ft tight
BITS OF BADINAGE.
"How about tho now housemaid, Is
sho saucy'.'" "Well, I should say not.
Whv, sho won't ovon answer tho boll
half tho timo."
"Your neighbor appears to huvo
fulled u good many times." "Just
twunty-four times. Tho next will be
his silver bankruptcy."
Old Scrugby .Tano'a ankles are for
from perfect. Miss Clapper How do
you know? You never saw them.
Old Scrugby That's why I know.
"How Is It that Dodgor finds board
lug cheaper than housekeeping with
his largo family?" "I Mipposo that one
rcuson Is that he uover pays his board
bill." -Inter Ocean.
Iturallto That rooster's namo Is
Mucboth, and that hen's is Macduff.
Visitor Rather curious names, urcn't
thoy? Iturallto Wall, you see tho
rooster murders sleep, and tho hen
Toucher Spoil und deflno 'matri
mony.' Pupil, after spoiling I don't
know us I can tell exactly what it
means, but it is something my father
and mother say they havo had
"Why did you shoot this man?" "In
self-dofonso," answered thu policeman.
"Why, ho was running away from
you!" "I know It looked so Hut I
was afraid ho was going aroun I the
block to attack mu fr mi behind.'
"tiood night,'' ho whispered pas
sionately at tho front door, "good
night, good night, good night, irood"
"Excuse me," said an elderly
bass voice over tho banister," but it's
boon good morning for tho lost two
hours I thought you'd like to know."
Mrs Puffer -Mon nro queer crea
tures, but kindness will win them.
"How do von mean?'' "Well, I tried
to break John of smoking by object
ing all thu time to It 1 found that
did no good, and then I just bought
cigars myself und brought them home
to him, and he stopped right away."
FAR AND WIDE.
"A sober und honest young man"
advortlses in thu .Now York Evening
Post for a position "in a fiduciary
llosldonts of Mil wuukoo ure doslrnus
of having a special .ilcovu built to
contain tho books of native authors
in tho splendid public library building
they aro abiut to erect.
Tho first iipnuuruuou of peanuts in
mercantile history was a consignment
of ten bags sent from Virginia to Now
York for salu In 1701 In is i the
product was '.',000,000 bush ds
Tho largest nugget of gold f.imid In
Mexico within the momorv of white
men was picucii up ny a Mexican at
Planchas placers, Monora.in the spring
nflHIU. Itwolghud UK pounds.
All tho .lows of Jerusalem urn to be
united In ono congregation. Hitherto
thoy have boon divided into Hn.,n
sections, a Spanish, a (lorinan nnd n
company oi poor .lows, supported by
contributions from abroad.
Thoox-oyo daisy, so plentiful In the
East, Is said to havo been originally
brought to this country by thn lies
nans during tho rovohit'lou. The
oods at that time woro unintention
ally imported in tho buddlnor of th
Mr. Midnight Is a prosperous Now
Nearly 10,000 mon wero onllstod In
tho United Htatos army last year.
Tho army In 1802 cost 810,8115,450,
thu navy In thu sumo year $2(1,171,130.
In llostou fifty families pay tuxoa
on annual Incomes of about 81,000,000
Thu largest ineteorlo ntono was
found In Greenland nnd weighs (50,000
Tho air plaintiff In a Brooklyn di
vorce suit status that her husband has
beun In tho habit of driving out to the
cumotery, showing her tho graves of
iilsflrstnud socoud wives, nnd tolling
tier that ho Intended to bury her
bosldo I hum at an early day.
Thu coal at Honora, Mexico, is be
vnnd doubt a great find it It even
phenomenal. Astonishing figures of
tho boring aro given, tiumoly, sevon
tuun feet down, six-foot vein; eighty
one feet down, six fool vein; 371 feet,
nix foot two Inch vein; .Kill foot, 23-foot
A peculiar ndvorttsluient recently
appeared In an English papor. A
woman describing herself us "a lady
with spare tlmn dully" offered to play
bo.lquo with Invalids or other per
sons desiring u partner In the game.
Sho wanted remuneration, and con
chutes by ashing "what offors?"
What Is tho smallest light on the
earth that would bo soon on the
moon? Wo will suppose that the sun
has set a place on thin side of the
moon; tho earth then appears as a
thin croscant of light and the light
which is to be noticed is placed la tan
arlfporllohof'rthdcafth. Now, aa
uro light of 400 candle power with
suitable reflectors cun bo seen plainly
at a distance of twenty miles on the
surface of the earth on u dark night;
If thoro woro no absorption of the
light by tho atinosphoro It would be
soon plainly thirty miles. Prom these'
data, and remembering that tho meaa
distance of thu moon from the earth
In 240,000 mllos, wo can easily find
that the light must bo 38,000,000,000
JEST AND EARNEST.
"Ah chow!" sneezed tho Vasnar
girl, as she passed her gum to her
Thu following brlof epistle Is from
a young ludy to hor lover: "Dere Jon,
Rev. Ishuiii Mills, a Massachusetts
ox-clergyman, has applied for a patent
for welting shoos.
Tho "meanest man" wus arrested in
Now York the other day for stealing'
pennies from a blind nowsdealor.
A Now York widow lately socured
a husband for 810 at an agency. The
man has decamped, and the woman ie
advertising for his return.
There uro several women blaoU
smiths In the United States, but it is
still the fact that woman shoos a hea
baiter than she shoes a hone.
Old (lentloman My, myl I don't
llko to seo littlo boys cry. Hoys who
get hurt should act like men. Hoy
Itoo, boo! Then I'd trot licked for
"It dous seem to mo, Maria, aa if
you grow moro foolish every day of
your lifu " "Oh, no, Edward; I am a
great deal wiser now than when I
Flam, exposing a massive gold
chain What do you think of that for
a chain? Film Iluthcr heavy for a
watch, and not quite heavy enough
for a watch dog.
He, us ho Is ubout to leave after
Ids rejection Come, Miss Sammer,
lie'p mo on with my overcoat. Slnoe
you e.iunot be my wifo, you may at
least be usslstor to mo,
Antoluu Ilergen, aged 70 years, of
Los Angeles, Cul., has brought suit
for divorce against his wife, who Is
ito vcars old. Tho couple have lived
togothor for nearly forty years.
"Smith mado an unfortunate remark
at . I ones' wedding vebtorduy." "What
did ho say?" "Congratulated him on
the treasure ho had won, and every
one but Smith kuows Jones married
her for hor money."
Some of tho Halt in the Royal aquar
ium in St- Petersburg have been oa
exhibition for moro than ISO years.
A copper chisel has been taken from
the famous mound of Lachlsh, iu
Syria, which dates buck to about 1300
The llritlsh musMim possesses an
Iron n x head of 1 :t70 years It. C., the
oldest authenticated Iron luiplumeut
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