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THE TIMES, -WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 18991"
At tie Busy Corner At tie Busy Corner
Our First Remnant Sale
"jrIIE lion's share to go to our trade.
I everv deiiai-tnient. .Most anyone's
-- Four days have been made usefiiljiu picking out and
marking down all these good things for you. Ve anticipate a rush
equal to any we've ever had. This Xew'TjarSRemiiaut Sale starts
- promptly at S o'clock this morning. -
From U Floor Remnant Dep't
Unbleached Muslin and Canton Flannel; the regular Zc quality In
length from 1 to 10 yards a limit of 10 yards to each customer
A stack of eiRht different kinds of Iteranants; such as-yard-wlde Bleach
ed MutJln, Bleach Canton Flannel Heavy Shaker Flannel Sheeting Prints
heavy unbleached muslin Indigo Dlue I'rlnts. and an odd lot of yard
TO PROTECT CUDflB
Hour Inspectors and Gommis-,
siouors Appointed !
TnE m eaw outlined
To Go Into Ilffcct on March 1 All
llnrrrlN nutl Snckti to Ke.Mni.iiicil
I'cnaltlfH for Short IVclfflit Tlic
Ili-,lit of Appeal KlueM for Dcfnc
inK llrn.icli 31crclinntM Selected.
Xcw While Dimities all sorts of effects regular 12 l-2c
40-Inch Embroidered Apronette -Mrorth 15c. a yard In the piece.
Yard-wide Flannelette and French Wrapper riannel worth lie. a yard.
Extra heavy Furniture Cretonne,
IS Inches wide, intcxcellent length.
The following seven items are new Spring arrivals," but the'prices have
ihe clearance reduction: " - k f I
Xew Manchester Chambray, In p.ain colors, worth, a:
light ail tintrd grounds, with black end colored
.a. ...... a .... .. ..a..... . .... a. aa. .......
Kcw Figured PIqivs,' which bat e
New Fancy Ducks,
dots and stripes
',as,to Carles atfd coloring J 2
.New fast colored fancy Madras, finished Ihe samssni'soft-'Frcnch i-r,
jcixaliDe I 4.
Tt.T.i sml" (.rpvtnrl e;i.H flnlchori GiurctiKl tyrt: -ttirl riie nlni.Ti.im.
i2 l-ic a jard from the piece -.,.... I 2
Sea Island Percales. These goods arc known as the French-American
quality. They are the very bjEt jou buy and known 1"as the widest cloth
made. Worth 12 l-2s
Genuine Trench Organdies, the vary noi vest'39 styles; no sheerer cloth
came across the dark blue rea and too patterns are equal tqthe ery
finest. Worth 35c a yard ". ..... :'..'., ..?.
Some of our woolen dress goods, which the manufacturer netcr thought would
be placed In such a sacrificing class as this:
Yard-wide wool cashmeres. In black, navy, brownj- myrtle and gray.
The same as we would charge 23c a yard for in the piece
? . ..
Fine all-wool black hennettas and cashmeres, in skir;
none sac -,....
All-wool fancy black brocades, 3C and 45 ijiches
vrJii - '
JO-lnch serges and che lots ever" thread wool In pflry and black;
Elso 40 and 45-inch all-wcol henriettas In black, nayj- andjred. Worth up
toCSaajard r . T.J. tT??: ..
All these foregoing Items ou will And on sale in our Remnant Department Sec
Silk and Velvet Remnants.
XOTHER grand selection of silk ends and elvets. You will find them' on
sale of the large centre booth, opposite the clevaior. It's useless to go Into
elaborate details because our silk remnant sales jra known for their i-raml
values. "We offer, in part, today, black and colored silk, such as Ducbesse,
I'eau de sole, gros grains, taffetas, poplins, brocades, annures, surahs, meneil
lein. chefe de chine, chines, satins and benglines. The entire lot is marked doc
one-half, one-third, and one-quarter of what they were formally ticketed, making
this sale the grandest silk event jou have ever attended. First floor opposite the
On and after March 1, 1809, the people
of the District of Columbia by simply
glancing at the outside of a barrel or sick
of flour will be enabled to ascertain the
exact quality of flour contained therein
and the date on which it was inspected.
.On March 1 the law passed byCongress and
approved by the President on December 21,
1S!'S. regulating the Inspection of flour, ill
go into effect.
The act provides for the size and weight
of the barrels and sacks in which the flour
Is packed and the materials of which the
barrels shall be made: It also pro Ides
that every barrel shall contain 1 pounds
and that the half-barrels shall contain OS
If the weight should fall below this mark
the miller or bolter packing the flojr shall
be fined 10 cents if the deficiency be found
to be only one pound, and fer every other
pound or fraction thereof that Is lacking
he shall be assessed 25 cents. If the In
spectors have reason to believe that the
barrel has been falsely tagged he is em
powered to have tho flour withdrawn and
weighed to see that it comes to the stand
ard. Should the barrel be found to be
short In weight the same fine shall be Im
posed. The section of the act tvhlch provides for
the stamping of the barrels and is of most
general interest is as follows":
That ouch and ever barrel .and half barrel or
sack of fltmr manufactured in the District or
brought to the same tat sale, or to lie manufac
turctl into bread, (hall he Mibjrt't to the exami
nation of the inpeetor b boring and searching
with an it.ln!nunt not exceeding fireeipnths of
an inch in diameter for barrel-, and one-fourth
of an inth for julc or cotton ucke, to lx provided
by the incTK-c.or for thai puroe. or by ofcninv;
the tacks, or bj oiwninc -tackril hour to such an
extent as the injector may deem necesxary. who
shall altcnard plm- up the hole in the barrer or
lialf barrel with a round plug, made of soft wood,
so as to present the entrance of, water, and if the
insr-cttor phall judpe the same to lc merchant
able act-online to the- direction-, of this act, ic
shall, at the time of the insiiection, mark, brand,
or ktenill on (he side cf unj (turel)r lif bar
rei. in letters onr-lulf inch in linRti'.'thc name
ashinpton," together with a word or words
dcin.ati!j(r the ilcirne of flnctiew which. he thall.
at the time of inflection, rietenmne'sjl'l flour en
titled to, with the exception of the degree of
superfine, which he shall mark or brand over tlie
quarter; and the seieral degreen in qualitj shall
lie distinguished as follows: Family,-extra, sjper
flne, fine and flr.t Middlings.
And for the insjieetirrf of each liarrel or half
liarrel of flour the taid inspec tor 'f liall have and
receive of the owner or agentti of suid flour, for
each and every band and lull lurrel, one rent
and one drarirur of flocr, and for all sacks at the
rate of one vent for 10B fxiunds without dn.mn.rs,
czcept for fampiinc; parytfes; and every barrel or
nail liarrel or sack ct Pour which shall
I Cash Took tHe Trick
Suits and Overcoats
For a Song !
We havci bought the entire
stock of Sample Suits and
"D ' - .
Overcoat sf or men, boys and children -from three of tlie larg
est wholesale lioiibes in the United States. 'ihe price paul
wasn't a fraction of what it actually cost to MAKE them!
Sample Suits, as everyone knows, are the finest product of the
wholesale houses used by salesmen in soliciting orders from
the retail trade. They go bn sale this morning it's the
Chance of Your Life!
ONLY ONE OF A KIND.
Suits that WHOLESALED at 3, $10,
if 12, 14. and even l(! a suit the very tip
top of elegance single or dou
ble-breasted cutaway or sack line cheviots, wor- -.
steds, cassimeres, tweeds, Avhipcords, etc. take vL Jh
your choice today for iDUlaCll
infl OViER- " tw0 alike made, lined and trimmed
I l!U rriATC iu the l0P noto11 of lr(iVllilillS styles all
,uw -UA l-o. p()pi,.,,. shades elegant blue and black
Meltons and Kerseys, made to WHOLESALE at $13, ?18 and
20 positively the finest garments ever shown m
in Washington choice today and while they
A few Prince Albert Suits
in black Clay Di
agonals; 10 val
Children's Knee Pants, 15c.
for choice of
made to whole
sale at" 4 and 5 each.
300 Children's Suits, choice 85c
H. Fricdiander & Bro.
Corner Ninth' and E Streets N. W.
Our only store in Washington.
CLAIMS SHE WAS DECEIVED.
Mm. Homer Snen for llir Lanreiiu-
tlon of u Confruci.
Troccedlngs were InBtituted in we su
preme Court of the District yesterday by
Mrs. Mary L. Hoover against W. Preston
Williamson and Luther II. Smith for the
25 fur muffs, ithich were-SSc down to go for
Odd Prices on Broken Lots in. Suit Dep't.
IS fancy plaid vrool nalsts, reduced from SSc and 51.10 to
Chlldren's Fancy Fur Sets perhaps a dozen In sfllSmanCSa down from
Children's Fine Melton .Cloth Keefers in assorted colors made with
large sailor and storm collar finished Tilth fancy braid'and large but
ton C to 14 jears. Were 15.60 ,.?. ,,.
Children's Fancy Mixed Cloth Icecfers trimmed with bnfld and
made with large sailor and pearl buttons. Were S3.&SjKeduccd to.
C Black and Xavy Blue Kersey Jackets .-button
it and finish, and reduced from 57.1'S to..
box front, perfect
4 Double Plaid Golf Capes, fringed hoods.
2d Floor Suit and Cloak Dept,
Reduced from J2 "0 to
Ladies' and Infants': Dep'
JfrAJCTS" Baricos and long skirts, made
E Were 23c. today..-
of-white shaker flannel.
hand-knit worsted legging, in black only.-Sofdsfor C0c. a pair
Infants' hand-knit bootees assorted combination. Were 10c (oday,..
dusting caps, made of pink and blue wash material. Were 2Cc
Second Floor Undcrw ear Department.
raneellation of a certain contract
naallan n Alllnln thtk ll Af Plld .1 n tS frOm DrOS-
imn lorrel or kack ot Toot which Mull prove on J"" '" --"J" - --
esamnution tlieritit; ta 1 urisiercliantible ae- ' ecuting suit on a certain note,.
inlmi. ... ft!.. ,.--fn..n. --. .- . ( at.:- 1 T, 1 ctatorl In lltii rnmnln.nL tnat ilOIDO
months ago Mrs. Hooer brought Buit for
divorce against her husband Thomas C.
Hoover. Pending the disposition of these
proceedings her husband began suit against
her, claiming that certain property stand
ing Indier name was purchased in trust for
their Joint Interest, and he asked that a
trustee be appointed to execute the. trust.
As attorney for the complainant, it is al
leged that Williamson entered his appear
ance in the case ana men miornieu n
that her title to the property, which is val
ued at about $23,000, was attacked. It is
also stated that Mr., Williamson added that
unless Mrs. Hoover would ngreq to pay
him 'J1.0CO sho would lose the property,'
According' to the allegations. Mrs. Hoov
er protested against this, but upon Mr.
Williamson's agreeing that the $1,000
should be paid out of the alimony that she
might be awarded in her sut for dhorcc
she suffered her .daughter to sign a con
tract and four notes' of J250 each in favor
of Mr. Williamson.
Mrs. Hoover now declares that William
son misrepresented the condition of affairs
to her as to the nature and extent of the
suits against her,and by so doing induced
her to sign the contract for the payment of
cordmjr to ilie true intent nrd meaning of thii
aet, said niFjUir tlpli mark on the hrad with a
broad arnm; and no barrel or lialf barrel of flour
not examined and branded by the inspector, as
Aforruid, diall tie sold within tlie Dutrict under
fine of SI for eaeli and em barrel, la be collect
ed as other fines and Itnalties are collected.
Thc-act provides for the appointment of
two Inspectors and three commissioners
of inspectors. The duties of the former
are to enforce the act end to see that its
provisions are complied with by the mer
chants. The commissioners are required
to examine each month the flour exhibited
for sale and to fix a standard by which
all Hour is to be adjudged.
If a merchant thinks that he has been
unjustly treated by the Inspectors? the
aet provides that the flour on which It Is
alleged the inspectors haie attached the
wrong brand shall be examined by the
commissioners, and. should they decide
that the inspector is In the wronir. his
brand shall be erased and Iiq shall be ic
quired to re-examine the flour and place
a new brand thereon. The commissioners
shall receive a fee. of five dollars each for
The agx also prmldes, that, any person
who erases or defaces n brand placed by
tne inspectors, or wno shall mark or brand
flour that has not been properly Inspected,
or who shall pack flour Into barrels, half
barrels, or sacks from which a brand pre
lously placed has not been erased, shall
be liable to a fine of one dollar for each
offense, to be paid wuen they are ad
judged guilty In the Police Court-of the
District of Columbia.
The District Commissioners are empow
ered to appoint the inspectors, who shall
serve for two years, and the com
missioners, whose term of serviep is
indeterminate. The appointments were
made yesterday afternoon. The mer
chants selected as commisslonersare: B.
B. Earnshaw, George W. Clssel, and Theo.
W. Majer. The Inspectors appointed are:
James H. Welsh for the Washington dis
trict, and F. D. Shoemaker for the George
PERJURY IS CHARGED.
Tvo Arrextx Growlne Ont of n
cent lJIwiroe Proceeillnjr.
Detective Prcctor arrc3ted William
Brown nd John T. Xewsome. colored,
yesterday afternoon on a charge of per- j
Jury. These-men, it Is claimed, were wit
nesses for the defense in a divorce suit '
brought by Mrs. Rebecca Liverpool I
against her"husband, William Liverpool,
both colored, and It Is said they swore,
In their evidence. it-Is claimed, tbey
made certain statements nto.it tne com- ,
plalnant which were not true, and she se- (.
cured warrants for their arrest. The
men will be brought into the Police Cou"t
CAPTAIN AUSTIN'S FALL.
CAPTAINS CHANGE ABOUT.
Tho Oflircr-. Iteccli e Order to Go to
ill. Jrolnc- of MntniiKiiN.
CapL George S. Cartwright, assistant
quartermaster United States Volunteers,
has been relieved from duty with the
Fourth Army Corps and will proceed to
Malanzas. Cuba, and report to Brigadier
General Sanger, commanding at that place,
for asslgnmentfor duty as quartermaster
of the Second 'Brigade, Second Division,
First .rniy Corps.
Captain Cartwright has been ordered to
proceed at once to Tampa, Tin., and there
embark on the Plant Steamship Company's
steamer for Havana, and thence to Malan
zas. When he arrives at his post of duty he
will relieve Ci.pt. Walter Alien, who is in
structed to report to the quartermaster
general for further orders.
One lot of Pongee head rests, with china silk ruflles. Were 15c lo co
Fine muslin curtain ends, made with lace Inscrtinp andlecp ruffles...,
32 pairs of Nottingham lace curtains, extra, wide and rull"-.-; 1- yards
leng, in white and ecru. Instead of $1 per pair '. . ......"
One lot of Tapestry and Brocatclle Remnants,
worth up to f2 a yard
Third rioor Upholstery DepartmcnL
1 .and I 1-2 yards long;
One Lot of E. & G., C. B..lnd Thomson
GioveFit.iiig Corsets; .
I !w.Aib.lte aDa nIack: lt,' are the $1.30 and $1.73 numbers, but
-.lightly soiled; that's why they are placed lnllie Re'mhant Sale at...
Second Floor. .
500 ifi ,nf fft Vm!p Tabic D.iralUiMcnkth from IfiC
uuu 1 1-2 to 4 j ards in every piece from ;..' . . LW
I 'UUU Ends of Glass and Kitchen Crash and Towcllnc La,
" And Upward.
KANN, SONS & CO.
8th and Market Space.
To .nslnt the I'aj uumtfr.
Maj. Ileilx-rl M. Lord lias lieen ordered by tlie
War Department lo rfliort to Ma. George VV.
liaird, pajmaster of the United States anni, and
asHst that officer in the pjtnent of the troop?
at Tort Holt, IV. J ; Tort Delaware. IW.; l'ort
Jielitnr), Jlil ; Washington I.arnukSaAl.istrlct ot
Columbia; l'ort M)er, Wicndan Pouit, and Fort
Monroe, a ; Fort Washington, Mdj Fort Macon
and Fort Caswell, X. C, all wages due thim lo
December .11, U9S.
A PETITION -6-OR RECEIVER.
The Capital ltnllwn- Compnii.r' Sued
iu tlif Dlxlrlc-finpreai" Conrt.
Suit was filed yesterday in the Supreme
Court of the District by Littlefleld, Alvord
&. Co. against the Capital Railway Com
pany asking' for the appointment of a re
ceiver. The petition -states that on January
5, 18M. tho plaintiff obtained a judgment
against the defendant corporation for $643,
and that execution being issued on same,
was returned "nulla bona."
The petition adds that on May 1, 1S97, by
deed of trust, recorded June S, 1S97, the
Capital Hallway Company conveyed to the
Washington Loan and Trust Company all
Us property and franchise to secure the
payment of $300,000, of first mortgage
bonds, and that on May 10, 1S9S, made a
trust deed of jts property to Wil
liam B. Todd and J. Althem
Johnson to secure the Columbus
Machine Company In the payment of
$2,700, and on August 24, 1S9S, made a
deed of trust of Us property to John It
Cannon and William B. Todd of all It3
property to 6ecure the payment of $23,000;
and on the same date another trust to th3
same parlies to secure the payment of
It Is asked that the court appoint a
receiver empowered to sell the property
of the Capital Railway, real and personal,
and to apply the surplus, if any, lo the
pajment of the plaintiff's claim.
rlij.tlclnn-. Fenr Tlint IIIx Left Mile-!
In 1'n rnxct. I
Capt- M. A Austin, of the police de
partment, met with a serious accident at j
bl'i home, at, iCo. lfl" Tifth Street north
cast, yesterday morning. He was at-
tacked with vertigo" and. In falling, struck
his back against a heavy, hardwood bureau, i
Injuring himself severely. He is now con
fined to his bed and cannot move. It is j
feared that his left side has been paral)-7ed.
Major Sylvester, chief of police, who
has been ill for several weeks, was on
duty at police headquarters yesterday in
view of the accident to Captain Austin,
his return 'having been hastened by the
Hotel JohuMou Cnfe-i.
Lynn Haven Hay. Cherrystone and York lliver
oysters, choice game, N'ew York meats, fine fruits,
etc Meol-r a li Carte. Midday lunch. Tabic
d'hote dinner. de2l tt
A PATIENT DISAPPEARS.
A Ill.irllKT ClirlHtiuiiH Tree.
A Christmas tree accidentally caught fire from
a lighted caudle at the home ol Mrs. Ilanna
George, caterer, at o. 1710 Fourteenth Street
notthnrsi, aliout MO o'clock last evening, and
damaged a lounge and other articles of furniture
to the extent of alxait $jn. The Maze was
anguished b tlie occupant., of thChousc!.
"Iliave been tuliis CASCAKETS for
Insomnia, with which I have bcenjvnl.cied for
ov er twenty years, and I can say that discards
have given me moro relief than any other reme
dy I hive ever tried. I thai! cerulnl) recom
mend them to my friends as bclne all they are
represented." Titos. UiLLjitu, Elgin, 111.
' y CATHARTIC
W TRADB MAJtH KCOirrtnto-il -gf
EiS11?nt r.a!,l,,lt'."'.- Potent. Tasto'.Conn Do
Good, Nerer Sicken. Weaken. or Grli lOr.Sx sec
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Slrll.t ll,,i- f.jpti,,, CM, Kt, B..(r.l. S.iT.r.. SU
NO'TO-RAP. Spl.1 and pnannieecl hy all.lnig
n IU UUU rlslsto CUlIi: Tobacco llaalc
The hcoiillcl I'rrvlnct Aaibulniice
.Vlnkc'K a INflcMi Trip.
Henry F. McDonald, a moulder, walked
into police headquarters In an apparently
intoxicated condition about S o'clock last
night and complained of a frog in his
throat. He asked to bo sent to the Provi
dence Hospital for treatment and In order
lo gratify his wlBh tho detectives called
for the Second I'rcclnct ambulance and
sent the man to the hosplt.il.
McDonald entered the ambulance and
the driver paid little attention to him until
lie reached the vicinity of the Congres
sional Library. He then looked back and
saw that the ambulance was empty. Mc
Donald had crawled out of the rear end
while the wagon was in motion. McDonald
gave his address as No. 1203 B Street
"The Great Providers."
What $22.75 Will Do
la Ihe Way of
Furnishing a Bedroom.
Wc arc offering this
week a complete suite of
ten pieces, all handsome
goods, for the startlingly
low price of $22.75. It
consists of a heavily carved
Oak Bedstead, Bureau and
Washstand the bureau
has a large bevel plate
mirror four handsome
Oak Chairs, a large Arm
Rocker, an Oak Table and
a Towel Rack. Did you
ever hear of a greater bar
gain? "Cash or Credit."
Mayer & Pettit,
415-417 Seventh St.
Knockc-il Utnui li n Cur.
A nuiti ul.o caic his name as James Uilai.n
was struck jiu lvi.ocl-.rd down hy car S, &I7. vt
the -Mdropolltan Hailuaj, at tbe (.timer of ew
.JrnP Annuo and C Street northwest ahyiit .1:40
04.1 cm. L jtttterdjy afternoon. Jlotornun John
I)rajT was In cltfrgc of the car, and the con
due tor wan Theodore Daiis. ilson hi sued a
M3 unit nt exumratim; the motornian from all
bLiine, und then walkeil to his home.
I'lro rinineil li Ulcclrle AVIrcN.
Seierul eUttric wires caused a blight Maze In
the Laiemeiit of Ilahn' shoe store, at . iil
rennImtia Aicniio southeast, about 'J o'thnk
last ecnins: Xo damage roidted, js the blaze
wa rxtiitsiiLhM hy the fire dtjurtmeni before
U cuuld gain any headiray.
Mr. C W Keed, proprietor of the Hotel Del
lone, Omaha, one of the finest new and modern,
hotel In the Writ, sas of Chamherlaln's Cough
Kemedy: "o haw ut! tt In our family for
years wltli the moit tatisfactory result, cpctiall.)
for our children, (or colds and croup. For fcale
by Henry lhans, uholesalc and retail DmssUts,
U38 V it. nw., ami Conrt. ae and b st, mrM and
U2S 3Id. ae, nc.
()jt(i flnoit i the citv -at
thtji "Uhamhra, 4th and U ne.
Orstcr In ccry etIe. jsh.
Brew try Co fine bcera Ircsli from vaults.
A Gold Watch.
Only a Few Left.
lo every purchaser, from now
on t will give a Lady's or Gentle
man's Triple-plated Gold Watch
for S2.99, worth $10.
WHITE ASH GOAL
$3.99 Per Ton.
'3571? Hill St. N. w.
TORAfiP Separate rooms ?1 iki
pacMiigtand Iiimlini- Oone at rcasoiublo rate"
(loaus'can be ohtaineil on goods stored with uV
'WKTHU1S.T SloltAlit: HOUSt ''
S10-31S Sth st. mr,,
MiMm Seventh Street N. W.
19 Lbs. Best Granulated Sugar for Si
... r -lav.
Trocter & Gamble's best Oleine Soap for. 3c
Shultz's Star Soao for. 2?c
Eagle Milk. 13
J3ell brand Coudeused Milk for 3C C3n
Rival brand Condensed Milk for. gc can
Tip-top brand Condensed Milk for -9c can
Superb brand Condensed Cream for. - Qc can
Best Coarse or Flue Hominy for 2JC lb
Oyster Crackers, Round Crackers, Square Crackers... 5C b
Anderson's Concentrated Soups for 1 Oc can
Durkee's Celebrated Salad Dressing for Qc bot
Best Family Flour for
O.y vJ Bbl.
Also the prices of sack flour is being cut very close
sacks of best famjly flour for 15 cents and upward, according
to the sizcfffLilytof ':Minnesoia Patent. Flour for Sj.2 p-r
Pillslbury's Best Flour,u
Tillsbury's Prrauiidyitos Wheat Food.-.-r-. - 2.V-C
Green Drfed Feas for Soud....-t ce "11,
Yellow Split Peas for Soup "V.""....'. 5 c jb
Best Smoked Shoulders,
Good Roasts of Beef for.
Good Beef for Stewing....
BEST PURE LARD FOR
largest 12c Bottles Rumford's Yeast Powder. 8c
Lea & Perrins' Worcestershire Sauce for. . t n
Pound Cans Royal Baking Powder for "" .dOr
12 Large Boxes Parlor Matches for .." a
BEST BURBANK POTATOES FOR
Pound Cans of Rumford's Baking Powder for 27c
Large 10-iuch Bottles of Gherkins or Mixed Pickles 5C
The 10-ceiit size large pekgs. Corn Starch for 4ic
Best Elgin Butter for
Large Cms Baked Beans for g
Large. Cans Salmou for. 1 Oe
Best Cracker Dust for -7c lb
Arbucklc Package Coffee for -j Q-c
JOHNSTONS, 729 Seventh Street.
Lv - . JL - -.-