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Send for illustrated brochure containing descriptions and prices of D. A. R. Insignia

Ou ur representative, Mr. van Roden,

will be in attendance at the coming Annual Congress of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and can be consulted on any matters pertaining to the Official Insignia and Stationery.

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NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN

REVOLUTION
WASHINGTON (902 F Street) HARRISBURG CHICAGO NEW YORK
Copyrighted by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Registered at the Washington Post Office as Second-class Matter.

Terms of Subscription: One Year, $1.00; Single Copies, 10 cents.

Miss Lilian Lockwood, Business Manager, 902 F street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

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CONTENTS-APRIL, 1899.
Eighth CONTINENTAL CONGRESS :
FIRST DAY'S SESSION-
Opening,

493 President General's Address,

494 Response by Mrs. Slocum,

499 Roll of Eighth Continental Congress,

503 Report of Auditing Committee,

559 Vice-President General in Charge of Organization

of Chapters,
Recording Secretary General,
Corresponding Secretary General,

563
Registrar General,
Treasurer General,

567 Historian General, Assistant Historian General,

573 Librarian General,

576 Editor of Magazine,

579 Business Manager of Magazine, Committee on Magazine,

587 SECOND DAY'S SESSIONOpening, .

594 Amendments to By-Laws,

596 Peace Jubilee,

653 Address by Mrs. Roberts,

655 Hon. John L. Griffith,

668 Hon. H. A. Herbert,

674 THIRD DAY'S SESSIONOpening,

691 Report of Continental Hall Committee.

684 Committee on Recommendations of National Officers,

709 FOURTH DAY'S SESSION – Opening..

744 Report of Committee on National University,

789 Committee on Revolutionary Relics, Historical Scholarship Committee,

So6 FIFTH DAY'S SESSIONOpening,

S10 Election of Officers,

81 Report of Committee on Union of D. A. R. and the D. of R., 819 Franco-American Memorial Committee,

846 Sixth DAY'S SESSIONOpening, .

892 Report of Flag Committee,

903 Amendment to By-Laws, Report of Committee on Prison Ship Martyrs,

949 Committee on Certificate Plate,

Committee on Meadow Garden Farm,
OFFICIAL:
List of National Officers,

1016 How to Become a Member,

1019 Notice to Chapters,

1019 Minutes of National Board of Management, Report of Treasurer General,

1033 No change can be made after the 18th of any month in the address of the

Magazine for the following month.
Harrisburg Publishing Co., Printers, Harrisburg, Pa.

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33 Union Square, W., New York

What we do.

We furnish at any time not only any of the 1000 things we illustrate in our Green Book, but as well, pretty nearly anything which can be asked for which is even remotely like any one of them.

We make to order, look up odd and unusual things, execute all sorts of commissions, refinish pieces of silver, and take pleasure in acting as general purchasing and manufacturing agents. If you want anything and hardly know where to find it, write us, or call at our office. We will consider the application a compliment, and nineteen times out of twenty

we can supply your need. Wedding Presents.

If

you know just what you want, there is no place where you can buy it with greater safety, convenience and economy.

If you are somewhat in doubt, we will take pleasure, where satisfactory
New York references are given, in sending an assortment of goods any-

where in the United States for examination and selection. Diamonds and Precious Stones.

We have excellent facilities for securing choice and rare

gems at reasonable prices. Chests of Silver.

We sell these in various combinations, of all sizes and

styles, from $8.00 to $10,000.00. Waltham Watches.

We sell watches of every make and style from $5 up, but especially recommend the Waltham movement, which we can furnish, cased, from $8.75 up, every movement and case guaranteed. A heavy gold watch which for accuracy and service has no superior, can be furnished for

$115.00. Old Gold and Silver and Precious Stones.

Almost everyone has about the house gold jewelry out of style or broken, or silver dishes out of use. We will take old gold, silver, and precious stones in exchange for

new timely articles on most reasonable terins. Wedding Invitations.

We execute these carefully and correctly and will be
pleased to give particulars on application.

2 THE NEVIUS
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DECKER BLDG., 33 I'NION SQ, NY.

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Sta
tationery, bearing the Official Emblem as a water-

mark and adopted by the National Board as the Official Stationery of the Society, can be obtained from our house only.

PRICES
PAPER
Plain, per box of 5 quires ("ream )— Billet

$0.30
Plain, per box of 5 quires 1 % ream)-Octavo

35
Plain, per box of 5 quires (% ream)-Commercial or Note 40
ENVELOPES
Square, to match above, box of 125 at same prices.

72 Letter Sheets same price as Commercial Paper.
12 Note Sheets same size as Billet Paper.

Commercial size Envelopes necessary for 1hese.
EMBOSSING Official Emblem, EXTRA as follows:
Plain Impress

$0.16 per box Blue or Color Impress

.40 per box Gold or Silver Impress

.78 per box Illumiuated Impress (Gold, Silver and Blue) 2.65 per box

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J. E. Caldwell & Co.

Official Jewelers and Stationers to the
National Society of the Daughters

of the American Revolution
902 Chestnut Street

PHILADELPHIA
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