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Branch roads owned and roads worked or leased by the

company None

Number of engine houses and shops 1

Number of stations on main road : Passenger and freight, 2

Number of wood and water stations on main road 2

Value of real estate held by the company, exclusive of road-
way None.

Number of tunnels None.

How is track laid and on what foundation ? Ordinary track

on ballast.
Length in miles laid with steel rail None.

Receipts on Construction and Equipment^Account During the Year.
From stockholders, sale of bonds and other sources $7 ,561 94

Summary of Payments.

For construction $7 ,561 94

For interest, miscellaneous, surplus fund, municipal taxes.
State taxes and United States taxes : Included in the re-
port of the Lehigh coal and navigation company.

Operated in connection with the Lehigh and Susquehanna railroad,
therefore no separate account is kept of its business.



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RAILROAD HEPORT. 675

Names and Residence of Officers.

Directors. Tost office aUdress.

George Whitney Philadelphia.

J. M. Willoox. Philadelphia.

Alex. Biddle ; Philadelphia.

Fisher Hazard Mauch Chunk.

E. Hill Philadelphia.

C. F. Howell Philadelphia.

E. W. Clark President.

S. Shepherd Secretary and Treasurer.



TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD.



State of Pennsylvania, )
Fhiladelphia Gonnty, j ®® *

Personally appeared G. B. Roberts, president, and Albert Hewson, trea-
surer, of the Tyrone and Clearfield railway company, and in due form of
law made oath, that the statemants in the within report, for the financial
year ending December 31, 1875, are true to the best of their knowledge and
belief.

(Signed) G. B. ROBERTS, President.

ALBERT HEVVSOX, Treamrer.

Sworn and subscribed before me, this )
16th day of February, 1876. j

RICHARD H. REILLY, Notary Public.

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $1 ,000 ,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 1 ,000 ,000 00

Amount paid in as by last report 782 ,000 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 1 ,000 ,000 00

Funded debt as per last report, and amount now of funded

debt None.

Floating debt as per last report 60 ,281 63

The amount now of floating debt 7 ,801 09

Total amount now of floating and funded debt : No funded

debt.

Rate per cent, per annum of interest on funded debt None.

Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or dividends :

Stock, dividend No. 1 59 ,000 00

Cash, dividend No. 1 $6 ,870 00

Cash, dividend No. 2 35 ,000 00

41,870 00



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676 TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD

February 13, 1875, dividend No. 1, on 18,820 shares, $50
per share, $941,000 00, 7 per cent. $65,870 00 for year
1874 ; August 13, dividend No. 2, on 20,000 shares, $50
per share, $1,000,000 00, 3 J per cent., $35,000 first six
months 1875.

Number of shares of stock issued 20 ,000

Par value of each share $60 00

Average market value during the year Not informed.

Amount paid in on each share $50 00

Amount of capital on which the respective dividends were
declared None.



Cost of Road and Equipment.

By last report. By present report.

Construction $1 ,213 ,204 68 $1 ,228 ,645 18



Characteristics of Road.

Length of main line of road, from Vail to end of track at

Curwensville ^^iixs miles.

Length of main line of road laid "44^3^<r "

Length of main line of road laid in Pennsylvania ^i^W "

Length of double track of road None.

Length of sidings ^\^ii miles.

Guage of road 4 feet. 9 in.

Weight of rail per yard on main track 56 and 60 lbs.

Branch roads owned by the company and their length, viz :

Moshaunon Branch "^f ili miles.

Goss Run Branch 2^^ "

Dunbar Branch IfJ^i "

Philipsburg Branch 3f f gg "

Roads worked or leased by the company. None.

Number of engine houses and shops 2

Number of iron and stone bridges None.

Number of wooden bridges, (total length in feet, 1,613,) . . 12

Number of culverts, (total length in feet, 2,600,) 43

Number of railroads crossed None.

Number of stations on main road : Passenger, 19 ; freight,
7 ; total 26

Number of wood and water stations on main road : 1 wood,
8 water ; total 9

Value of real estate held by the company exclusive of road-
way None.



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RAILROAD REPORT. C77

Number of tunnels None.

How is track laid, and on what foundation ? Stone ballast.

Length in miles laid with steel rail Hf^l?

The Tyrone and Clearfield railway company does not own any equipment.
Equipment furnished by lessee.

This road is operated and returns are made by the Pennsylvania railroad
company, to which company it is leased for five years from April 1, 1872.

Receipts on construction and equipment account during the year :
From other sources $15 ,340 00

Names and Residence op Officers.

Directors. Tost oiftce mldrens.

Thomas A. Soott Philadelphia, Pa.

Josiah BaooD Philadelphia, Pa.

Wistar Morris .* Philadelphia, Pa.

Strickland Kneass Philadelphia, Pa.

A. J. Derbyshire Philadelphia, Pa.

Edmond Smith Philadelphia, Pa.

G. B. Roberts Philadelphia, Pa.

Geo. B. Boberts, President 233 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Albert Hewson, Sec*y and Treasurer. . . .233 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa.



UNION NARKOW GAUGE.

Bkdfokd, February 11, 1876.
Gkn. Wm. M'Candless:

Dear Sir: — Your circular in reference to a report, &c., on the Union
Narrow Gauge railroad company, has been received.

The company was organized just previous to the failure of Jay Cooke &
Co., and as a consequence received such a *' back set ^' that it has never
been able to rally again.

Nothing has been done ; the company is sleeping gently, and whether it
will ever awake again from its gentle slumber, is among the poBsibilities of
the future. Consequently we have nothing to report.

Yours truly,

W. P. SCHELL.



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678 UNIONTOWN AND WEST VIRGINIA

UNIONTOWN AND WEST VIRGINIA.

State of Pennsylvania, ]
Fayclle County, j ^® •

Personally appeared Daniel Kaine, Esq., president, and A. C. Nutt, trea-
surer, of the Uniontown and West Virginia railroad company, and in doe
form of law made oath that the statements in the within report, so far as
made by them, or intended to be, are true to the best of their knowledge
and belief.

(Signed) D. KAINE, Pre«ufen<.

A. C. NDTT, Treamrer.

Sworn and subscribed before me, this /
Pith day of November, 1875. )

JOHN HOLMES, J. P.

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $5C0,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 80 ,000 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock : May be said

to be. 80 ,000 00

The amount now of funded and floating debt, and total

amount now of floating and funded debt None.

Number of shares of stock issued 1 ,600

Par value of each share $60 00

Average market value during the year No record.

Amount paid in on each share : May be stated to be $50 00

Characteristics of Road.

Length of main line of road, from Uniontown to Fairchance, 8J miles.

Length of main line of road laid None.

Names and Residence of Officers.

Directot-8. Post office address.

B. Kaine Uniontown, Pa.

John Snider Uniontown, Pa.

Geo. A. Tiiompson Uniontown, Pa.

C. E. Boyle Uniontown, Pa.

J. M. Thompson Uniontown, Pa.

W. ir. Bailey Uniontown, Pa.

Alfred Howell Uniontown, Pa.

Daniel Kaine, President Uniontown, Pa.

Alfred Howell, Secretary Uniontown, Pa.

A. C. Nutt, Treasurer Uniontown, Pa.



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RAILROAD REPORT. 619

Uniontown, Pa., November 12, 1875.
Dear Sir : — Your printed form of report is too voluminous for our little
road. I have therefore made the foregoing, which embraces everything
we have. The road remains the same as last year, nothing further having
been done.

Very respectfully yours,

D. KAINE, President.
To Gen. Wm. M'Candless, Secretary Internal AffairSy Harrisburg, Pa.



WEST CHESTER.

State of Pennsylvania, \
Philadelphia County, j ^^ '

Personally appeared Edward Hoopes, president, and Thos. H. Hall,
treasurer, of the West Chester railroad company, and in due form of law
made oath that the statements in the within repoii;, for the financial year
ending October 31, 1875, are true, to the best of their knowledge and be-
lief.

(Signed) EDWARD HOOPES, President.

THOS. H. HALL, Treasurer.

Affirmed and subscribed before me, this \
30th day of November, 1876. )

WM. A. THORP, Magistrate.

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $166 ,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 165 ,000 00

Amount paid in as by last report 165 ,000 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 165 ,000 00

Punded debt as per last report and amount now of funded

debt None.

Floating debt as per last report and amount now of floating

debt None

Total amount now of floating and funded debt None.

Rate per cent, per annum of interest on funded debt None.

Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or divi-
dends None.

Number of shares of stock issued 3 ,300

Par value of each share $50 00

Average market value during the year : No stock on the
market.



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680 WEST CHESTER

Amount paid in on each share $50 OO

Amount of capital on which the respective dividends were
declared : No dividends declared.

Cost of Road and Equipment.

By last report. My present report.

Construction $169 ,798 04 $169 ,798 04

E:iuipment 45 ,688 75 45 ,688 75-

Total cost 205 ,486 79 205 ,486 79

Characteristics op Road.

Length of main line of road, from West Chester to Malvern,

on Pennsylvania railroad 9 miles.

Lsngth of main line of road laid 9 "

Length of main line of road laid in Pennsylvania 9 "

Length of double track of road None.

Length of sidings | mile.

Gauge of road 4 ft. 8| inches.

Weight of rail per yard on main track 60 pounds^

Branch roads owned and roads worked or leased by the

company None.

Number of engine houses 1

Number of engines 1

Number of first class passenger cars, (average cost of each,

$4,417 60,) 2

Number of baggage, mail and express cars, (cost, $906,) . . 1

Number of freight and coal cars None,

Number of iron, wooden and stone bridges None.

Number of railroads crossed None.

Number of culverts, (total length in feet, about 25,) 1

Number of stations on main road, (2 of them freight) 9

Number of wood and water stations on main road 2

Value of real estate held by the company exclusive of road-
way, as per account in ledger $22 ,647 75

Number of tunnels None.

How is track laid and on what foundation ? Dirt and slate

gravel.

Length in miles laid with steel rail None.

The West Chester railroad is leased to the West Chester and Philadel-
phia railroad company. Lease 99 years, dated January 1, 1873. The re-
port of said company will include all matters not answered in this return.



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RAILROAD REPORT. 681

Names and Residence op Officers.

Directors. Post Office Address.

Edward Hoopes Philadelphia.

J. Edward Famum Philadelphia.

George Callaghan Angora, Philadelphia.

Hamuel Riddle ; Glen Riddle, Delaware co., Pa.

Chas. Fairlamb West Chester, Pa.

Lorenzo Beck West Chester, Pa,

Dennis B. Kelly Kellyville, Delaware co.. Pa.

Edward Hoopes, President Philadelphia.

Thos. H. Hall, Secretary and Treasurer. .West Chester, Pa.



WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA.



State of Pennsylvania, )
Philadelphia County, J ^® *

Personally appeared Edward Hoopes, president, and Thomas H. Hall,

treasurer, of the West Chester and Philadelphia railroad company, and in

due form of law made affirmation, that the statements in the within report, for

the financial year ending October 31, 1876, are true to the best of their

knowledge and belief.

(Signed) EDWARD HOOPES, President.

THOS. H. HALL, Treasurer.

Affirmed and subscribed before me, this )
30th day of November, 1875. j

WM. A. THORP, Magistrate.
Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law, ($3,800,000, of which
the right to issue expired on 12,000 shares, April 14,

1876,) $3 ,200 ,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 823 ,950 00

Amount paid in as by last report 823 ,950 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 821 ,400 00

Funded debt as per last report 1 ,100 ,000 00

The amount now of funded debt, (classified and date of ma-
turity,) as follows :
Qeneral mortgage bonds, (date of maturity, April 1,

1891,) 1 ,100 ,000 00

Floating debt as per last report, and the amount now of

floating debt None.

Total amount now of floating and funded debt 1 ,100 ,000 CO



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€82 WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA

Rate per cent, per annum of interest on funded debt : Gen-
eral mortgage 1 per cent.

Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or dividends,

Cash, January and July, each 4 per cent.

Number of shares of stock issued : 16,426 shares consoli-
dated preferred ; 2 shares common ; total 16 ,428

J*ar value of each share $5Q. 00

Average market value during the year, about 64 00

Amount paid in on each share 50 00

Amount of capital on which the respective dividends were
declared : January, $823,400 00 ; July, $821,300 00.

Cost op Road and Equipment.

By last report. By present report.

Construction $1 ,509 ,603 10 $1 ,620 ,633 10

Equipment 195,602 07 195,779 07



Total cost 1 .705 ,205 17 1 ,716 ,412 17



Characteristics op Road.

Length of main line of road, from West Chester to Phila-
delphia 26 . 8 miles.

Length of main line of road laid 26.8 "

Length of main line of road laid in Pennsylvania 26 . 3 "

Length of double track of road None.

Length of sidings 5 miles.

Oauge of road 4 ft. 8 J inches.

Weight of rail per yard on main track : 50, 56, 58 and 65
pounds.

Branch roads owned by the company None.

Roads worked or leased by the company, viz : The West
Chester railroad, nine miles long.

Number of engine houses and shops 3

Number of engines 9

Number of first class passenger cars, (average cost of each,

$3,000,) 21

Number of second class passenger cars. None.

Number of baggage, mail and express cars, (average cost

of each, $1,760,) 5

Number of freight cars : House cars, (average cost of each,
$640,) 25 ; trucks, (average cost of each, $500, ) 28 ; total, 53

Number of lime cars, (average cost of each, $340, ) 13

Number of coal, ore and stone cars.. None.



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RAILROAD REPORT. 683

Number of caboose cars, (average cost of each, $725,) 2

Number of iron bridges, (total length in feet, 280,) 6

Number of wooden bridges, (total length in feet, 2,800,). . It

Number of stone bridges None.

Number of culverts, (total length in feet, J ,040,) 62

Number of railroads crossed : Junction railroad, at grade.
Number of stations on main road: Passenger only, 9;

freight and passenger, 13 ; ^total 22

Number of wood and water stations on main road 6

Value of real estate held by the company exclusive of road-
way $321 ,808 35

Number of tunnels None.

How is track laid, and on what foundation ? Two-thirds

stone ballast, balance gravel.

Length in miles laid with steol rail 5

Doings of the Year in Transportation and Total Miles Run.

Number of miles run by passenger trains 203 ,340

Number of miles run by freight trains 16 ,848

Number of miles run by extras , 26 ,842

Number of through passengers for the year on main road, 94 ,679

Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars 901 ,411

Number of tons of 2,000 lbs. of through freight for the year

on main road 17 ,622

Number of passengers carried one mile 9 ,696 ,718

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 1 ,306 ,500

Number of passengers carried one mile in the State of Penn-
sylvania 9 ,696 ,718

Number of tons of freight carried one mile in the State of

Pennsylvania 1 ,306 ,600

Gross amount of tonnage for the year, (2,000 lbs, per ton,

except coal, 2,240 lbs.,) 94,358

Average rate of speed adopted by ordinary passenger trains^

including stops, (miles per hour,) 18

Average rate of speed adopted by express trains, including

stops, (miles per hour,) 27

Average rate of speed adopted by freight trains, including

stops, (miles per hour,) 8

Weight of first class passenger engines 25 tons.

Weight of freight engines 31 "



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684



WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA



Monthly statement of passengers (all classes) carried in cars ;



November, 1874 61 , 744

December, 1874 , 01, 674

January, 1875 55, 804

February, 1875 51, 627

March, 1875 59, 169

April, 1875 70, 849

May,1875 79,193



June, 1875 96,527

July,1875 100,658

August, 1875 78, 205

September, 1875 104,483

October, 1875 81, 488



Total 901,411



The amount of freight, specifying the quantity in tons ;



Anthracite and bituminous coal ... 45, 062
Petroleum and other oils, pig iron,
railroad iron, other iron or cast-
ings, iron and other ores : No ac-
count.
Stone, lime and brick 8, 165



Agricultural products 8, 928

Merchandise and manufactures. . . 20, 133
Live stock : No account.

Lumber 6,405

Other articles— Freight not olassi-
lied 6, 667



The rate of fare for passengers charged for the respective classes per mile,
as follows :



For first class through passengers

For first class way passengers

For second class through and way passengers .



3

3i


cents.
None.



The rate per ton (of 2,000 pounds) per mile charged for freight :

For through freight per ton per mile 8 cents.

For through coal, per ton per mile 3| "

For local freight, per ton per mile 10 **

For local coal, per ton per mile 5 '*



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686 WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA

Receipts on construclion and equipment account during the year :

From stockholders, sale of bonds and other sources Nothing.

Receipts



MONTHS. 1 Passengers.

1


Freight.


Mail and
express.


Misoel- rp ^^j
laneous, ^^^^'


November, 1874


$17,101 28
16,381 81
13,946 94
12,530 33
15,570 08
17,971 36
20,194 05
22,639 86
24,378 08
21,336 01
23,323 45
20,850 94


$9,431 70

9,934 76

6,644 67

6,134 46

7,652 62

10,865 33

9,617 45

9, 108 08

11,379 39

11,397 64

11,270 19

10,347 06




$356 36

403 56

1,620 34

268 43

1,146 76

1,291 17

396 73

498 00

363 32

310 44

1,327 87

1,339 05


$26,889 34


December, 1874


$578 12


27,298 24


January, 1876


21,111 85


February, 1876


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18,933 21


March, 1876


24,947 57


April, 1875


30,127 86


May, 1875




30,207 23


June, 1875


678 12


32,824 06


July,1876


36, 120 79


August, 1875




33,044 09


September. 1875


578 12


36,499 63


October, 1875


32,537 05








Total


226,224 19


112,783 24


2,312 48


9,221 01


1 350,540 92



Summary op Payments.

For construction and equipment

For maintaining the road, &c. — repairs of machinery and

operating the road

For dividends

For interest: $77,000, general mortgage ; $3,494 12, bonds

and mortgages, &c. ; total

For ground rents

For surplus fund, or revenue account increased

For municipal taxes $2 ,776 95

For State taxes 4 ,610 44



Total



Total amount of surplus fund or revenue ac-
count, October 81, 1874 $229 ,262 11

Increased 9 ,709 60



$11,207 00

183,465 62
65,788 00

80,494 12
3,999 89
9,407 50



7 ,386 39
360,540 92



$238 ,669 61



Coat of transportation :.

Cost per passenger per mile, proximate average. 1.302 cents.

Cost per ton freight. per mile, proximate average. 4.379 "



What express companies run on your road, and on what terms ? Adams
express company, at $1,600 per annum, and 16 cents per cwt. additional on
government paper, all of which is included in freight earnings.

What trarsportation companies run on your road, and on what terms ?
None.



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RAILROAD REPORT. 68T

Accidents.

Killed.

Employees 1

Others 2

Total 3

1875.

September 15. James Kelly, repairman, fell from load of cross-ties, at
Powell's siding, was run over by the cars and died instantly.

October 5. James Hook, stepped in front of an approaching train at
almshouse crossing, evidently watching a train on the Junction railroad,
was struck and died that afternoon at the almshouse, of which he was an
inmate.

October 6. Patrick Cahill, lying on the track near West Chester, at mid-
night, intoxicated, was run over by the owl train and killed.

Names and Residence of Officers.

Directors. Post office address.

Matthew Baird Philadelphia, Pa. ^

J. Edward Famum Philadelphia, Pa. *

Dennis B. Kelly.. KellyA^Ile, Delaware co., Pa.

Alk)ert C. Roberts Philadelphia, Pa.

Samuel Riddle Glen Riddle, Delaware oo., Pa.

George Callaghan Angora, West Philadelphia, Pa.

Chas. Fairlamb West Chester, Chester co., Pa.

Samuel J. Sharpless.*. Philadelphia, Pa.

Lorenzo Beck West Chester, Chester co., Pa.

Edward Hoopes, President Philadelphia, Pa.

A. Lewis Smith, Secretary Media, Delaware county. Pa.

Thos. H. Hall, Treasurer West Chester, Chester county, Pa.



WEST CHESTER AND PHCENIXYILLE.



State of Pennsylvania, )
Philadelphia County, j ®® *

Personally appeared William E. Lockwood, president, and William

Painter, treasurer, of the West Chester and Phoenixville railroad company,

and in due form of law made oath, that the statements in the within report,

for the financial year ending December 31, 1875, are true to the best of

their knowledge and belief.

(Signed) WILLIAM E. LOCKWOOD, President.

WM. PAINTER, Treamrer.

Sworn and subscribed before me, this )
22d day of January, 18T6. j"

HENRY C. SPACKMAN, Notary Public.



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688 WEST CHESTER AND PHCENIXVILLE

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $250 ,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed, (2,600 shares, at $50 each,) 130,000 00
Amount paid in as by last report, (10 per cent on the

above amount, $130,000,). 13 ,000 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 13 ,000 00

Funded debt as by last report, the amount now of funded
debt, floating debt as per last report, the amount now of
floating debt, total amount now of floating and funded
debt, amount of capital on which the respective divi-
dends were declared None.

Number of shares of stock issued : No certificates issued.

Par value of each share $50 00

Amount paid in on each share 10 per cent.

Cost op Road and Equipment.

, Construction not commenced.

Characteristics of Road.

Proposed length of main line of road, from West Chester
to Phoenixville, about 14 miles.



Remarks.

During the past year new surveys have been made, and new estimates,
to correspond with the greatly reduced cost of like work, and it is hoped
that during the coming year something will be effected to give the citizens
of the northern section of Chester county direct railroad communication
with their county seat, West Chester, which is* one of the main objects of
this organization.

The organization of the West Chester and Phoenixville railroad com-
pany is ready for action as soon as its directors deem it prudent and ad-
visable to proceed.

The report of last year in the following remarks still holds good in roost
respects :

First. The incomplete condition of location and straightening of the
Pennsylvania railroad company at and near Glen Loch station, at which
point it is proposed to connect with and cross said road.

Second. Incomplete negotiations for other and more extended connec-
tions.

Third. The continued and depressed condition of new railroad enter-
prises, growing out of the financial crisis of 1873.



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RAILROAD REPORT. 68»

Names and Residence of Officers.

Directors . Post office address.

WUamE.Lockwood I'^f^^'^^iXctel^r'^H'^^''-''''

William Painter Philadelphia, Pa.

Charles H. PeHnypacker West Chester, Pa.

J. T. Montagh West Chester, Pa.

W. B. Christman West Chester, Pa.

J. Elwood Painter West Chester, Pa.

E. F. Pennj'packer West Chester, Pa.

Wm. E. Lockwood. President | ^S^n^K'^l^C&ft'yrl?^" ' ''

Chas. H. Pennypacker, Secretary. . .West Chester, Pa.



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