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CiiawFORD L. liliNM.NU 32 8 - " Home "rocuctiou ludiliensable to a aupply at Low Prices, of the Mauufaoturi'd Commodlties requlred for the People of the Unlttd StaU-s, and Ailequate Home productlou of tüeae Commoditlos IinposBlble without aProteetlveïarilt." ilrut Prlze Essay, 1K88. C. D. Todd.. ■■■32 é- " YVhat are Raw Materials ? Would ! ree Raw Materials be Advautageous t the Labac and Industries of the United States." First Prize Essay. lSt-'.l. Humek B. 1)ii:kll 33 6-"Fallacics of Kree-Trade." E. F millek... ai 6- " üome Views ou the Tarlft by an Old BuainessMan." Ueo. Drai'EK 32 7_" The Fruteetlve Tarilt : lts AdvautaKes tor theSOUth." C. L. f.DWARDS 32 8_"TneWool Interest." Judge Wm. Lawebkcb 24. '.,- "l'rotectiou rs. Frec-Traile."- A Hlstoriuul RevleW. V. . llAItKIMAS 20 10- "The Farmer aud the larltt" Col. Thomas II. Dipi.ey 10 ll-'-ProtectlonasaFubllcPollcy." GeokuüS. 1JOÜTWELI 1" 13- "Beply to tLel'resldent'aFree-Trade Me' ■." K. 1'. l'ORTEB 8 ia " Workingmen aad tbe Tarlit. o 14- ■■ The Vital Queatíon: ShallAmerlc trleB be A uandoucd and American !a.kets Sorrendered ? ■ ■ (ierman, withAdilit m 8 ij- " iiio Progresa of One iluiulred ïears." MOBEKT V. POBT' n 17- "Protectlonfor American Shlpplun." 8 .s- The rariit NotaTax." Homerö. DrBBLL.. 8 a Should l'e ProtectlonUts." 8 'ProteoUon." E. H. Ahmdow i _l- 'What 8nTarlf(?"AusweistoaTiTorkiu!;itmn's üustlon C3_" ■ .u Viool Industiy." E.H.An■. ' 8 "_■ ■ ■ . ; ' i - ES. i ■ . .. .'t Talk to workinKiiii-n." 2 uteetlonand theJfanner." Senator S. M. 12 M-.ittoAN ECCSOMBI, weekiv. iii voteil to ui. on. ?2 ■ lean Pro, ork. The Cottkieh and the American Econo mist ono yeitr lor $2.U0. O APITAL $50,000. SUEP 1 US J1C.CCO. Ad flitional LiaMlities of Stcctliolflers $50,000. Report of the oondition of the FARMERS lNICS' BANK at Am) Arbor, Michigan t the close 01' business, Deo. L9, 1890. 1 ItCES. Lonns and disoounta i2:'.o,lnl {. Stocks, bonds, mortgages, etc 74(431 ■'" (verdrafta 4,159 89 )ue from banka in reserve oitiea 8,696 77 lue trom other banks and bunker.. 6,959 04 )uc from Washtenaw County 28,225 60 rnrnlture and flitures 8,500 0 ; ur rent expenses and taxes pald W 59 nterest pald 3,no g Checka and oash Items 999 89 Nio kcls and pennlea 283 9S Gold . 6.7MM - I ver l,"20 16 1 . 8. and National Bank Notea 5,00000 Total $875,617 70 1.1 Ulll.l I i Capital stock pald in t 50,000 00 Burolualund 10,000 00 Undlvlded proflta O.un 21 Commercial deposité 255.305 14 Savings deposita -iy,8'Jo n Due to banks and bunkers -109 M Total $875,517 70 STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Wabhtenaw, ) I, F. 11. BELSEE, OaShler, of the above nained Bank, clo BOmenly Bwear that the above statement is true, to the besl of my knowlodge and bellet F. H. BELSER, Cashier. Subscribed and Bworn to before me, this 30th day of December, 1890. J WJI. V. WHIDON, Notary Public. Ccekect- Attest: ('has. B. Groene, Reuben Kempf, D. F. 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