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An endowment fund, which can be permanently invested and only the income used for the current wants of the Society, is a long-felt need of our work. In the  meeting at New Orleans General Johnston proposed that at least $50,000 be raised for this purpose. Dr. Palmer eloquently endorsed the proposition, and it seemed to meet general favor. Let the scheme be pushed to practical results. Where is the friend who will give us at once $10,000, or $5,000, or less? Where are those who will contribute smaller sums? Do not wait to be specially called on, but let us hear from you at once.
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