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Tvlatuvai ixmvatioxs.
1'or llio Middle Allantlo Stntc, wnrmer.
tlircntrnlnir weather mill rain, followed
1 lmrilny nflcrnoon or o onlnK by colder, fair
weather, wind ulilftlng to southwot nnd
northwut, falling, followed by rlMtiic linrom-
Fo'r Tliursdny, In llio Mlddlo Atlintlennd
itaulli Atlantic Htnto. inucli rolder.elmirlntf
weather, preceded In tho Mlddlo Allantlo
Ijtutcs by rlsliiR Icmpernturo to nlitlit.
Tlici-m Mit llomlliiKM.
Tlicrmomctcr readings for December 0,
1885: 0 n. in,, a.V.0j 7 n. m 31.0j 11 . m.,
nn,0. December 8: Sloan tctiipcraturo,
!M.8; maxlnitim, ".: minimum, 14.8;
mean rclatlvo humidity, J.0.
vti'V spvoials,
Ihm'i I'nll to Visit
Wliltnhcr'a art parlors.
In the C'niiHiiiiiitlun or :iianiinitii(i
Ino In tills country, tho following cities
rank In tlio order named! Now York, Chi
cbro. Now Orleans, San 1'rauclsco nnd
Washington, lly this It will bo seen that
tlio city of llio nation's legislators continues
moro of llio sparkling boverago tlran cither
Hoston, St. Louts and other larger cities of
tho Union. Tho favorlto brand of cham
pagno this winter appears to bo tho cole-
brntcd "Morlzct," which Is on salo at tho
leading houses nnd restaurants In tho city.
IHnplny or
Christmas cards nt Wliltakcr's.
Tun (Icrmati Cologno soldnt lliol'nrtlntid
Drug Btoro nt 7uc. nnd $l.!i" n bottla Is tho
best nrllclo over oftcrcd to tho public.
nt Wliltakcr's.
In Crent Vnrlcly
1'llHll'N or UlllOrllllllllKMllH.
Tor any Information In regard to prlvato
rnrtles or entertainments, llio ladles of
Washington can nrnll themselves of such
by callfiig on Mr. Krcund, tho eolebrated
confectioner nnd caterer, at TOO Ninth street
northwest, whero nil the desired particu
lars will bo cheerfully furnished. Money
nnd troublo can bo saved by thoso who avail
tucmrolvcs of this hind offer. The most
artistic goods In his lino arc on exhibition
nt his store.
J'lllHll (IIOllH
aHVlittnkcr's, 110." rennsjivanla avenue.
Tun l'oitland Drug Store, Fourteenth
street nnd Vermont nvcuue, Is tho com
pletcst establishment in tho city, l'.vcry
tldug fresh and puro and strictly "llrst-clnss.
IIoiiUh ill 4,'ost
to closo them out. WhttaUcr's.
TriiHHl Ti'iinmI Trimil
All physlclnus In Washington Indorso tho
Hallcy Truss, l'rlco W, nt .j M street.
Ladles should consult Mrs. llnlloy nt her
rcsldciico, 1103 eighteenth street.
Hoc (lie Allljrnlor l.ari TuIili'tN
at Wliltnkej's.
covut itr.coni).
Couht Justlco Ilnsmcr. DavU vi.
Onus; salo finally ratlllod
J onos vs. li.ito!
Ip.ttmnnv nnlprod tnkpn 1 rforo Htnmlnor M.
A. Downing, lllrtli vs. lllrth; auditor's report
confirmed. Proctor vt, fltgcrnld; demurrer
cuMnlnod nnd Mil dismissed.
CnirriT C'ociiT, No. 1 Justlco Cox. Sollg
man ,V to. vi. Klemnn: Judirtnunt for plnln
UfT. (Iroff vs. Sillier: on licurlng.
CinctitT CociiT, No. S .Justlco Merrick.
CrnlRs. Itowlniiils on trial.
roi.icK C'ounT .ludgo bnell. Ellen llotildln
ntul Hoo Marshall, colored, petit lareony;
CO days In lull. Anthony Orcnn, assault: per
lonnl bonds. Mellaril and Phillip Nowton,
colored, larceny; SlOor 80 days each. Samuel
JncKion nnci mine .inner, porjury; grand
jury; bonds, $1,000 encli.
ilm Durgos t, col-
oreu, larceny; cniiumicii.
Clothlngntwholesalcprlccs. Wiseman, 7A E
rATiiEit.TAMtwiv, n protcssor nt fJoorgctowrt
College, died last evening In tho 51th year of
bis ago.
Tin: third grand military bnll of tho Wnsli
InRton ltlllcs will bo held at their armory to
night. At the meeting at Acacia Lodge. No. 11, F,
A. A. SI. .last evening, tlio following onieeri
were elected! Thomas KoMnson, w. St.: C.
.T.Tryon.S. W.; i:,tl. Haywood, Jr., J. W.;
,T. J. I.ltllo, Rcerctury;.Tolinrilbson, troasuror;
W. A. Clements. 8. 1).; SI. J. Weaver, J. 11.; J.
A. Sunderland, tjlor, nnd 11. C. .Stein, SI. O.
Grand SlasterSI. SI. Parker was present, nnd
Installed thonboiooMccr.
Tiiehk was n meetlne of tho Christinas Club
nt tho parlors of tho Ebbitt Houso lastoveii
Ing to arrango for tlio rntcrtalnmont during
tho holidays. Tberu will bo another meeting
next Thursday.
About fifty colored mennnd boys nserablod
at tho Sumner school building last nliiht and
weroorgnnl?ed Into clnoi for tho freo night
schools. Tho prlnclp.il nnd thrco assistants
wrro present. Monday nml Wednesday nlclits
will bo dovotcd to teaelilng males nnd tho
femnlcs will bo tnuglit Tuesday audThursday
Kila llAimvi and llosa srarshall. two col
ored girls, wero sent to Jail for sixty days by
ludgo Sncll this morning, for snatching tho
hat off tho head of tho llttlo son of Sergeant
of l'olleo Amiss.
Wiiilk tho nro Department carrlago was
standing In front of No. 1 cnglno houso yos
terdny, two colored boys, nnmod Itlchard and
I'lilllpNowton, stolo tbo vUilp ont of tho ve
hlcle. Sir, Itclnocke, tho clerk, who had tho
carrlaco In hU chargo, saw tho net mid pur
sued tho thlocsiind captured thorn. Judgo
6nell sent them to Jail for sixty days this
Una. U. It. IIaonkii. W. W. Johnson. A. Y. 1.
Oarnett, W. S. Lincoln, and Stessrs. 8. V,
Nllos, It. IIoss IVrrv, Anthony Pollock. S. II.
Kuufman, h II. SlcOuIro nud IMwurd Tcmplo
were last nlcht appointed to till ncanelos on
the board of directors of tho Children's Hos
pital. At tho regular meeting of tho board of man
agers of tho Associated Charities Inst night,
Judge Snoll presiding, Secretary Kmory re
ported on tho number of families rollovcd,
Tho following contributions wero nnnounccd:
Charles Ilaum, Is!: Sirs. T. Cairn. JS; II. T. Jnn
ncy, 15; J, K. Vlteii, 23j W. St. Dunn. ! Wm.
Thompson, SS3;O.II. Hubbard, Hi's: Major
Dyo, 15: W. A. Ilartlott, S3: 15. Cliamplln, !?.;
W. II. Daum, (3, and -Miss Jackson, 3.'.
Clothing retailed nt wholcsnlo rates. KIso
mau, 7th and E.
Slnrrlikuo lilccnnpis.
Jlanlsge licenses has been Issued ns fol
fows: E. K. linker nnd Francis l'roeperl;
Washington Ilordaway nud Llzzlo Leo:
Btapo Dawscu and Mary Towlcs, both of
Spottsylvnnla County, Vn.; II. L. Alex
nndcr of BaUlmoro County, Sfd.,
and Ellen O. l'lle of this city;
A. V. Clark and Nannlo It. Brown, both of
HIchmondjVa,; Aloxnndcrl'erry and Amelia
Jordan; John S. Washington nud Aunlo
Dorscy; Alfred Bolllns nnd Elcnora Jack
son; John 1). Will to and Cassle H. Carroll,
both of l'rluco (, cargo's County, Md.
Clothing nt wholesalo prlcos,
7th and E.
Another tilovo Contest.
Monogcr Sucllbaker of tho Comlquo
promises a treat to tho lovers of tho ring,
under tho Slarrjuls of Qucensbcrry rules, on
next Saturday evening. Ho has arrnngod
for this occasion a six-round glovo contest,
between Joseph Deperlnl nnd Hilly Young,
tho light-weight champion of Slarylnnd.
Tho boxers will bo Introduced by V. K.
Harding of Now York, and tho contest Is
promised to bo ono ot tho most oxcitlug
ever witnessed In this city.
Clothing retailed at wholesalo rates. Ktso
tnnn, 7th and E.
Furniture, CnrpctM, Hlniilci-tM,
Comforts aud general houso-furnlshlng
goods sold on easy weekly or monthly pay
ments at John Smith's Installment House,
418 Now Jersey avenuo northwest.
Another One (Jouo Wrong,
Dctcctlvo Halt this morning took Into
custody a young man named Frank Old
dings on a chargo ot cmbezzlcmout. Ho
wns employed by Kennedy & Co., crackor
dealers ot 430 Eloventh stroot, and ho con
fessed to having collected a small bill and
spending the monoy.
"Alitcrncy Wnlry WnsoiiS'"
Fresh Aldenioy butter, churnod every
morning nnd delivered In J lb. "Ward"
prints, 45c. per lb. Also cottago cheeso;
buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c, per qt.
Cream, 15c. per pint.
Jontf Rudden's new t urnlturo nnd enrpot
instalment bouses, 030 and 033 Sovonth
strcot northwest. Has the roost cxtcuslvo
stock of furniture, carpets, rugs, mats, oil
cloths, pictures, clocks, rattan chairs, etc.,
eoutli of New York. Every article of house
hold goods that Is needed to make your
homo comfortable and attractive can bo
purchased nt this largo doublo storo. His
prices are decidedly tbo lowest and his
terms tho easiest.
Tub worst cough leaves whoa you take a
bottle of Ited Stur Cough Care. 25 cents.
Tin: vum.icjWAhvn.
Tlio Discussion In To-Dnj's Session of
llio Association,
Lant evening's scssldn of tho American
l'uhllc Health Association at Wlllard Hall
was nn Interesting one, nnd tho attendanco
was large, Including many ladles. Com
missioners Edmonds and Webb, Itcprcscnt
ntlvo Townslieiid of Illinois, Dr. Smith
Towmhcnd and twclvo ex-presldcnts of tho
association occupied scats on tho platform,
An nddress of welcotno wna delivered by
Dr. Toner, niter which n letter wns read
from rrcsldcnt Cleveland, expressing re
gret nt not being nble to attend, nud nssur
Ing tho convention Hint such nn oxtircsslon
was not merely formal, but ncliinlly Indi
cated n sensoof deprivation which attended
nn inability to glu by his prcsenco, as ro
quested, tbo fullest Indorsement of tho
objects and purposes ns well ns tho work
of the association, Tho l'rcshlont elaborated
sotnowhnt In Ids letter tho necessity for tho
udvnncctncnt of sanitary science.
The communication was enthusiastically
received, nnd Sir. Cleveland wns elected nn
honorary inemlcr of llio association, being
llio llr.-t perron to whom this honor has
hern cHcri
Intliciintno of tho citizens of tho DIs
ttlct Commissioner Edmonds mndo n brief
mldtcssnf wclcoino to llio association, and
wns followed bv llepref cntatlvo Townslicnd
of Illinois in n series of Interesting nnd np
prop! Into remarks, Scimtor Harris and
lleprcscntatlvo llcncli, who wero on tho
programme for addresses, could not attend
on account of other engagements.
Dr. llccvcs of Wheeling, tho president of
tho association, then delUcrcd tho annual
nddress, In which ho said, among other
things of Interest, Unit wo nro to-day nt tho
very threshold of great possibilities In pro
veutlvo remedies, nnd that tho Ocncral
Government should foster every effort for
tho success of tho work in which sanitarians
nro so heartily engaged. Tho association
met ngnln this morning nt 0:30 o'clock.
'llio second dny's session opened with an
lucrenscd nttendanco. Several very Inter
esting pnpers wero reid, ench bolng limited
to twenty minutes, followed by discussions,
In which sonio of tho brightest Intellects
took pnit. Tho report of tho commttleo
on disinfectants wns distributed around
tho hall instead of being rend. In this wny
tho membcra had an opportunity to read
the report beforo tho convention assembled.
Dr. Sternberg of Ualtlmoro, tho chairman of
this committee, Is on his way homo from
Europe, and as ho has given this subject a
deal of careful Investigation, tho members
of tho association regret that ho Is not
present to tnko part In tho discussion. The
subject matter of tho report wns discussed
this morning.
Dr. Unco of Toronto rend n paper on
"Small-pox in Cniindn nnd tho Methods ot
Dealing with It In tho Different Provinces."
Io wns followed by Dr. C. W. Chancellor
of Ilalllmoro on "Imtrnro Air nnd Un
healthy Occupations as 1'rcdlsposing Causes
of l'lilinonary Consumption."
At tho afternoon session Dr. Oranvlllo 1.
Conn of New Hampshire mado a report
from tho committee on Stato boards of
henlth. Thcro wero also papers and discus
sions on subjects rclatlvo to tho work of
bonrds of health, Stato nnd municipal.
The subjects of tho papers to bo road at
tho session this evening nro as follows:
"Tho Debit nnd Credit Account of tho Ply
mouth Epidemic," by Dr. llcnjninln Leo of
Philadelphia; "'llio Proper Disposal of tho
Drad," by Dr. John Slorrls of llaltlmorc;
"Tho Herman System of Physical Educa
tion," by Dr. E. M. Hnrtwell of Johns Hop
kins University, llultlmorc, and "Experi
ences In Disinfecting Sewers," by Dr. O.
AV. Wight of Detroit.
Mr. J. V. Ijimbert, president of tho
I nmlcrt riinrmacnl Company of St. Louis,
who was admitted to membership In tho
association, wns formerly of Aloxandrln,
A'a., where two of his brothers now reside.
IMrturo J'rnincM of All Htjli'H
nnd plzes nt VecrhoIT's,- '111 nud 010 7th st.
The 1're'e- Siljilit NehonlM.
EniTOii CitiTic: Tho Xreo night schools
for colored pupils opened Inst Monday night
nt the Sumucr building. Fifty males woro
present nnd wero organized Into classes by
Principal Montgomery nnd thrco assistants.
Tho superintendent was present aud two
members ot tlio committee As tho notlco
given had been limited It Is expected that
all those who destro to attend will respond
promptly, so that tho Commissioners nnd
Congress will sco the necessity for such
schools, nnd will establish them on a firm
basis like thoso In Boston, which Souator II.
W. lllalr 6ays "have become ono of tho Im
portant factors of education thcro and an
honor to that city and to tho Common
wealth. Such schools should bo established
hero and liberally fostered ns models to bo
Imitated elsewhere."
Tho commltteo would urgo nil persons
who dcslro to nttendthowhlto schools under
Superintendent Powell to register ns speed
ily ns posslblo nt tho Franklin bulldlug, or
send In their names to tho secretary.
O.sB or tiie Committee.
Washington, Dec. 9.
Ituy Wlutrr Underwcnr
at Keep's, 137 Seventh street northwest.
Largo stock and low prices.
Jlr. MIllci'M Nuiilty.
Clilef-Justlco Carter to-day, on tlio appli
cation of Henry AViso Gnrnett and petition
of Edward S. Sillier that ho wns Illegally
restrained of Ills liberty, dlrcctod n writ of
habeas corpus to Issue to tho Chief of Police
to bring Sillier beforo him at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning.
Sillier was let out of tho Insano Asylum
about a year ago. went to Portland, Oro.,
nnd returned last Slondny, when ho was
taken up as a crank. To-day tho Hoard of
Police Burgeons pronounced him Insano,
and preparations were being mado to scud
titm back to tho asylum, when tho action
was cheeked by the habeas corpus.
IVnH It n Ciiho of NiiieliloY.
Tlio ccrttficnto ot Coroner Patterson nnd
Dr. Hnguer In tho caso ot Sirs. Henry
Adams, who died suddenly In this city on
Sunday InBt, Is to tho effect that sho camo
to her death through an ovcrdoso of potas
sium, administered by herself. A New
York Sun correspondent stntos further,
that thcro Is no doubt Sirs. Adams Intended
to tako her own life. She was Just recover
ing from a long Illness, and had been suf
fering from mental depression. Sirs. Adams
was formerly SIlss Marian Hooper of llos
ton. Sho was well known nnd highly
esteemed In soctoty In that city and In
Washington, which had moro recently been
ucr nomc. duo icii no ciiuurcn.
Itow nt n llnll.
Thcro was a', lively sccno nt tho ball held
at Cosmopolitan Hull last night. A young
man named William Tilloy drew a pistol
and threatened to shoot eomo beforo
ho left there, aud tho supper tahlo was
thrown over and dishes broken. Tllluy
nnd William Leon were in tho prisoner's
dock at J micro Knell's court this morning.
charged with being disorderly, Tllley was
nlso charged with carrying a pistol. Thoy
both had their eyes blacked, and tlio troublo
grow out of a demand on tho part of a
joung man that Tilloy apologize to a lady
which ho refused to do.
Cnll nt VeerliafTH,
111 & 010 7th st,, for pictures and frames.
It cut I'.Ntnte TrmiHfVrM,
Tho following transfers of real cstato
havo been put on record: F, 1. 11. Sands to
Slargucrlto J. Gannett, lot 8, subdivision of
squaro 103, $7,000; Oliver O. Black to L. SI.
Sunders, lots 35 nndOUIu snuaro (109, $3,000:
Thos. II. O, Todd to Emma O. Cook, lot 18,
squaro Wi, $1,000; James P. Wormloy to
Emma Johnson, lotsO, 10, 11, 13(13, 10 and
parts ot lots 11 nud 15, squaro 173, $5,000;
Jcauo J. West to II. II. Warner, lot 17 and
part ot 18, squaro 107, $13,000; Slary J,
Laudlc to J. SI. Green, lots DO and 51,
square 317, $4,300.
Btiiainino fruit nnd vegetables mndo
easy, Tho handiest kitchen utensil over
mado. For salo by J. W, Holder A Son,
033 Pciiusjlvanla avenuo.
The Trlnl of Xnrilollo.
The trial of Antonio Nardollo for tho kill
ing of Carmluo Uotunno was resumed In
the Criminal Court this morning, nnd tho
cross-cxnmlnatlon of W, W. Sluiinoiis was
taken up and cnntluuod to some length,
but developed nothing now,
llo I for the IIolldnjH.
The finest wines, liquors, Jamaica rum,
etc,, can be had at Chr, Xander's, No. IKK)
Seventh street uoithwcst.
Societt pcoplo will plcaso send
and address to 1507 II street.
rtiitloiinl Huhfltlttiloil 1'nr tlio
At n special meeting of tho American
Association of baseball clubs In Philadel
phia jestcrday nflcrnoon It wns decided to
drop tho Metropolitan Club, which had been
icceiitly transferred to Stalcn Island, and
to substitute tho National Club ot this city,
Tho managers of tho Washington club wero
unwilling to bo trilled with by tho League
nny longer and determined to do what thoy
could with tho association. Tho following
edllclnl announcement wns made:
To tit rnirefintatlrit of the Metropolitan Jinn-
all Vlut:
At n si eelal meeting of tho American Asso
ciation of baseball clubs, held In ncconlnnco
with tho constitution, tlio membership of tho
Sti tropolltnn Ilnscbalt Club was ilcrlnnil for
feited nnd tho constitution so iimendcd nsto
confer n membership In this association to
tlio Natlonnl Club of Washington.
1 ho clubs of tho Association wero repre
sented nt tho meeting by Phillips nnd Nlm
tnlck of Pittsburg, Sharsrlg nnd Simmons
eil tho Athletic, Hnrnloof Baltimore, Doylo
and llyrno of Brooklyn. Cajlorand Hcriu
court of Cincinnati, Hart nnd Phelps of
I.ouls llio ntul Von Dor Alio of St. Louis.
1 he nctlon In regard to llio .Metropolitan
Club was unanimous, and why It wns taken
In brief wns cxplnlnedns follows: ThoSIels,
together with tho New York club, formed
tho Metropolitan Exhibition Company of
Now Yoik. Played under tho Bamo man
agement, tho Slets becamo only n tender to
tho Lcnguo club, nnd It Is not bcltovcd that
the salo was n bona lido ono. Tlio supposi
tion is that it was n sharp trick to get tho
Slots out of Now York city, nnd that tho
club would bo transferred back to tho Ex
hibition Company ns soou ns everything
wns nil right, rurthcr, tho League had
dropped Provldenco and Buffalo, leaving
only six clubs. Negotiations wero pending
wltli'VVnslilngfbn with tho purposoof sc
enting n Western club. Tho Association
takes In Washington, drops llio Slots, and
tho Lcnguo will bo compelled to play tho
season out w Ith but six clubs. Still further,
thn Association now feels strong cnouirh
lo stand alone, and It tho Loaguo
objects to tho wiping out ot tho
Slets they nro willing to break tho
national agreement and allow each organi
zation tolmddlo Its own canoo. lluloswcro
adopted by which nplacr released can se
lect tho club ho desires to play with thcro
nftcr nnd becomes cllglblo to Join tho team
nt once. Of tho lato "Slots" It Is supposed
that Orr and lloscmnn nro to go to either
Brooklyn or Louisville, Cushmnn, Lynch,
ltelpschlagcr and Ilolbert to tho National,
Hnnhlnson to Pittsburg nnd Nelson nud
llrndy to Baltimore.
Sir. Ernstus Wlman, who purchased tho
Jletropolltans' franchise for $25,000 to es
tablish them on Statcn Island, Is naturally
somewhat Indignant nt bclng.lcft without
players aud denounces tho action of tho As
sociation. Mr. Gcorgo P. Williams, tho secretary of
the .Metropolitans, said last night that Sir.
Wlman bad consulted eminent legal advlco,
nnd wns Informed that tho so-called expul
sion of tho SIctropolltans was wholly Il
legal, and that he had u remedy In tho
courts, nnd should the-association persist In
lis nctlon, Sir. Wlman would at onco Insti
tute legal proceedings against each and all
tho members for $00,000 damages for tho
dlicct losses sustained.
A I'ntlic r'H ItlglilH tllHiuitrd.
Christopher Edlo of 1C271 Fourteenth
street was charged In tho Pollco Court to
day by his handsome 10-ycar-old daughter
ITorcnco with assaulting her. Sho told tho
tho Court that sho was correcting ono ot tlio
smaller children nt her mother's direction
nnd her fnlhcr boxed her ears for It. "Is
that nil?" Inquired Ills Honor. "Yes," re
plied tho witness. "Well, I don't think
there Is nny caso here. Dismissed," said
tho Court.
IVnNhliicton'M Blclinoiilro.
Cbaniberlln's celebrated lestaurant, at
tho corner of Fifteenth nnd I strocts, Is tho
Dclmoulco's of Wnshlngton. Every oven
lug tho guests gathered thoro comprfso Sen
ators, Slcmbcrs, Government ofllclals, dis
tinguished strangers and prominent citi
zens. It Is qulto n representative headquar
ters. MANOIAL.
Kpw Vorlt Stock IMnrkct.
Tlio following tiavo been lurnlshod by J.
Vnnco Lewis, biokcr, southwest comer Eighth
and 1' streets:
Cnn I'nclDo...
Cen l'a
Dcl.t It
" prfd
North l'a.
" prof....
NY Con..
m I vj'A
I --'A
18M.I " prfd.-..
13cn & Itlo G.
eiro irans
Knn A. Tex..,
Ills Cen
L Shore
1.& Nnsli...,
Sinn Consols
Mo l'a
N West
orcg Kail.
I'a.Ma ...
o,ij:I ort?.
-.711 -u,
tiWM 1W;
st. l'mil...,
il "nrfd....
fiox i'a.
U Pac no.
V Sh'rolst
(llilrugo SlnrkctH.
The following summary is by 1). IC. rlaln &
Co., bt. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets:
Whcnt .Tan ..
Corn Jan...
Oats Jan..,.
Pork Jai
Feb. .
Lard Jan...
Feb. .
II 110
10 00
10 4-1
0 0,1
0 15
II. K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed
yesterday, DOM. Opened to-day, 884jhlghcat,
j; lowest, (Ai; 8:15. OOJfi.
"WiiNliliigton NtockH.
Tho following aro tno closing quotations of
tho Washington btock Kxchango to-dnyas fur
nished by llcssrs. Towers & Groen, bankors:
Washington & Oeorgotown stock
Washington Georgetown bonds
Mctiopolltan stock 101)4
Columbia stock 40
North Capitol and O street n
Anacostla 13
Washington City Gaslight Co U7H
Georgetown Gaslight Co
1 Iremcn's Insurance Co
Franklin Insurnnco Co 43
National Metropolitan InsurancoCo
National Union InsurancoCo WA
Arlington Insurnnco Co ,,,,,113
Corcoran InsurancoCo
Columbia Insurnnco Co
Gormuu-Auicrlcau InsurancoCo 130
1'otomao Insurance Co -isyg
Illgga Insurnnco Co 0
Hoard of I'nbllo Works Groen 8s 00
Mnsonlo llnll bonds , 103
SVashlngton -Market Co. stock ,
" bonus 10
Inland nnd Seaboard Co. stock,,,
" " " bonds 03
Washington llrltk Slachlno Co. stock Ill
Hank of Washington 80
Hank of Washington 40
National Metropolitan Hank 133
National llnnkot tlioltepuhllo
I'nrmers'niid Sluehanlcs' National llank,
Georgetown 155
Citizens' National Hank 107
Second National Hank 103
central isniinnni name, ,,
Great Falls leo Co 100
Heal LutatuTltlu Insurance Co 100
L'lioninku & l'otomno Telephone Co,,,,
If. H. Lltctrlo I.lsht C CO
Wnbhlngton Light Infantry, 1st mgo
" " Sd "
National SafoDeiosIt Co , 103
Tins chargo of perjury against E. A. Sro
Inljie was resumed In tho Pollco Court
Sirs. Clnrcneo SI. Itnxtcr Is In tho city from
her home In Philadelphia, vln!t!ng her mothor,
Who la very 111 on Capitol Hill.
niSATTY. In Washington, December 8, I).
T. licntty of Union, h. C.
XJ3srrBtT.K: jit ,
Kverythlng strictly flrst-elass nnd on tho
most reasonable terms. (Camp Chairs to hlro
(oral 1 occasions.)
No. Sic 1'enna. m o, n. w., bet, 3d and i'A sts,
Evervthlng flrst-class.
Drew's New Drug Store,
t3ETOpen all night.
11. X.. 0.
68li 87" 87M
0IH 9I OV.i
3(ill 373 87?2
4oi mt 40W
JStVk 20W 20
31?2 31 3lf2
9 00 9 87? 0 00
10 01 10 00 10 00
10 UK 10 10 10 37
0 10 0 07M 0 10
C1TK 015 I 017X1
SOUTH WAsnixaxox.
Tho mnrrlngo of Sir. Harry P. Sloore, a
popular young merchant, nnd SIlss Addla
Btnlil, daughter of Sir. J. W. Htnlil, whleh
dikes plnco nt II) land Chapel SI, IS.
Church this evening, will bo tho great
social ccnt of tho season In this section. Tho
church has been handromoly nnd appropri
ately decorated with ninllax nnd.lriigmtit
Doners In profusion for tlio occasion. Tlio
ceremony will bo irforined by tho pastor,
Kov. Sir. Chapman, nftrr which congratula
tions will bo In order, followed by n reception
nt their future homo, corner of Twelfth nnd e.
streets southwest. Only thoso whorccclvcd
Invitations will bo admitted Into tho church.
Tho Holy Nnmo Society of Ht. Bomlnlo's
Church lmvo nrrnnged for n grand soolalilo
mill bnll to boglien nt tho National miles'
Army on tho SMh Instant for tho benoflt of tho
church, Tho successful cntcrtnlnmcnts of tho
imst given by this popular society Is mlHelont
In Insure n brilliant snccosi for Oils occasion.
Thoprocei'dswIllRo toward liquidating tho
elmrch dobt.
Tho oyster supper given nt Ttyland Chapel
SI. I:, Church last evening by tho lailloi of tho
Slllo Society wns In ovcry way a pronounced
success. Iho occasion brought togolhcr n
lnrgo number of members of tho church nnd
their friends, who, nttcr partaking of tho
sumptuous collation, dovotcd tho remainder
of tho evening to social onloymont. A hand
totno sum wns realized, which will bo used to
food ndvnntngo by tho lndlei of tho nssocla
Ion. 1 ho occasion will probably bo ropcatod
at soino near (Into.
Tho Wnslilnaton llltles.
ft military organ
Irnllon rnmiKitcd of jouni
ic mon of tills sue.
Hon, will open their social season with a
complimentary soclablonnd lion at tho Wnsh
lngton Light Infantry Corps' armory this
evening, ilxtenslvo preparations lmvo been
mado Tor I ho occasion, which promises to bo n
very cnjoynblo ono. ,
Sir. Thomas II. Auldrldgo of tho pollco
force who has been conllncd to his homo on
Eighth street southwest for sotno weokspast
from a sevcro Illness, reported for duty this
SIlss Kallo Gallagher of No. 030 0 street
southeast, lenves tho city to-dny for n brief
s. Islt with her brother In Cumberland, Sid.
twicer C. T. Wright of tho Eighth Prod net
Is still HI nt his residence.
To arrests In East Washington yostordny.
Ono for violation of tho building regulations
nud tho other for vagrancy.
JiiHt tlio Thliiur Xccitcil.
Tills Is Just tho season ot tho year that the
human frnmo rcqulros nn Internal protec
tion from tho damp and unwholesome
weather, and Tharp's stlmulallvo whisky
possesses n quality for this purpose thnt ex
cels all medicine. No household Is com
plete without It. Thnrp Is nt 818 F street
3L SO1. .LISII .D 1811-
Mild, Mellow and Delicious.
Tho pnro medlclnnl qunlltloi of Whisky dis
tilled from tlio flnest growth of ltyo In tho re
nowned Valley of tho Stononiraheln. havo at
tracted tho attention of tho Slodlcal Faculty
In tho United btatesto such a degree nsto
plnco It In n very high position among tho
Mntcrln Slcdlcn.
Wo bog to Invito tho nttcntlon of connois
seurs to our celebrated flno oi.I "WIUS
Jt HIS, w hleh wo offer nt tho following prlcos,
IN CAhi:s containing Ono Dozen Dottle
each i
Old ltcsorvo Whisky ... $IS
llnrUiilli it Uiiir-f'cn Whisky - 11
llrunswIfilcGltili Whisky - Vi
If you cannot obtnln thoso Whiskies from
your Oroccr, wo will, on recolpt of Hank
Draft, Heglstcrcd Letter or Fostofllco Sloncy
Order, or C. O.l). If preferred, deliver t hem
to your nddress by Express, chnrgos prepal 1,
to nil points enst of Mississippi Hlver, or by
iTcigiit lo nnypare oi u, . tpropnmj,
rorllxcollpnca. l'lirlty nnd nvonnoss
of (juullty tlio nbovo nro UnsuriinsKml by
nny AVIiImIiIcs In tlio Slurkot. Thoy nro
entirely l'lti:i: 1'ltOM AMUI.TUItATION
and possess a natural llnror and lino
tonlo proportion.
Thoso Whiskies nro sold under gunranteo to
ghe KTftel lalltfactlon, otherwlso to bo re
turned at our excuse. Correspondcuco so
licited. H. & H. . CATHERWOOD,
114 South Front St., Phila,
N. V. Ofllco 10 South William Htroot,
Copyright, 1883.1
At tlio Anltquarlnn stores ono oxpcct3
to flnel old styles or old goods moro or
less out of data nt reduced prlcos.
"Wo nro not Antiquarians. If you
want old goods our storo Is not tho
placo to como, ns wo don't buy "joli
Our stock of Clothing is nlways
fresh. We ndd tho now stylos as fast
ns thoy como out. Tho pattorns from
which our goods tiro mado nro under
going constant changes to ltcop pneo
with tho demnnds of tho most critical
and best Undo.
Uy tliU means our goods aro always
pioneers In fashion,
As to prlcos, all you havo to do Is to
get figures of other dcnlcrs aud then
como and seo us.
931 Penna. Avenuo.
The " Bon Marche
316-318 Sovonth St, N. W,
G-rtarLcl 3Displa.y
Staple S. Fancy Goods
ADArrai) FOR
That Is a question over which thousands aro
already tendering. Thoso who read
this advertisement carefully
Will find ttnn easy mat
ter lo decide.
Flush Whisk Holders, embossed flowerwork,
nt tH, M, 60 Hiid 08c.
Antique lironro Whisk Holders, with nt
tnehnblo thermometers, nt Tfio.; In urlous de
signs. llnnd-workcd l'anislnn Whisk Holders,
(high xm cities), at Bio.
I'liiHli Ilm-H.
Flush Work Uoxcs, Imported fittings, at Wo.;
Toilet IIoxcm
Of good quality Flush (comb nnd brush fit
tings), cac1us1o styles, at S1.IH.
llxtm flno fpinllty Flush Boxes, Including
comb, bruidi and hnnd-gliiss, at $'.',4S.
Flush Slnnlcuro Sets, comploto In nil do
tnlls, Imported lutings, nt SI.I3; would bo
cheap nt J0.CO.
Fortrollos of lino Slorocco Leather, different
designs, nt S5o. . . . . ...
Inlaiits' Flush Sets, handsomely furnished,
Lnrgo Flush Cnsos, lino Ivory fitting (largo
mirror), nt 811.ua.
A largo nssortment In Imported Hokos of
Alligator and Jtussla Leather, at lowest
Don't fnll lo o.xnmlno our Iland-pniutcd
Combination Uoxcs.
lVnll lNiekctM nnil Towol ltucltH In
JliullcHN Viirioty 3IlrrorH.
Wo find It imposslblo to cnumcrnto all of
our styles, tho nssortnieut being so very
FHi'li hnnd Sllrrors, bcvoled glass, at 39c.
Sl7oHby(J, ntTSc.
Sletnl frame mirrors. sl70 8 by 8, nt 73o.
A hundiomo beveled-glass mirror, nt S3.I3;
would l)oilicapat M.
Combination, plush nnd metal frnmo mir
rors (nlilghmn city), nt? 1.43. . . ,
Kxtra heay beelpd-clnss mirrors, circular
thapo, nt SS.M); worth 87.60.
I urge pliikh mirrors, h.ind-pnlnlcd, S3.74.
linpoiud enned-wood mirrors, iSZi.
Fnnry Willow Wiii'o.
Fcwlng H.iskets nt Si. IS nnd r3o.
hewing Haskets, sntln-qulltcd Cushions, at
40, M) nnd Wo.
Kemp Haskets, plain nud fnncy, nt popular
' Woi'k llnskcts on Stands, nil colors and do
signs. Arlllli'lnl IMnntH nml 1'Iowei'H Tor
DerorntliiK I'iu'Iiiihi-h.
.Tnidlncrs, With plnnts, at 00c, $1.10, 81.03
nml '- 48.
llaskcts of Choleo Flowers from 81.13 and
up. Designs never seen befoio In this city.
ChrlHtiniiH Cni'dH.
Coinpnrc Our J'rlccM Is All Wo AnIc
A choleo assortment nt 3, 10, 13 nnd 23o.
Kxrlusli o nnd largo deigns nt 1 1, 71 nnd Dto.
Cards, w 1th natural llowcrs.nt -i, i!3iiud llo.
Flush Albums, cabinet size, at 43, S3 nnd
Flush Albums, with mottoes and oxtenslou
locks, ntSI.J. .
Flush Albums, satin flower cover, whlto
nnd darkkwes, nt 8'J.si. 83.13, up to Sin.
M0 Slorocco Leather Albums, ntul uudSOa.
Leather Albums, cablnetslzo, lit 00o.; would
hoilieapnt S1.48.
Alligator Albums, padded, at OSo.
1 Ino All-Leather Albums, extension clnsps,
at 81.48.
Celluloid Top Albums, sntln figures, nt $1.81.
A larco lino of Unbreaknblo Dolls, at 10, S3,
85 nnd 43c. . .
A mncnlflccnt assortment, comprising 15
styles of Dolls at 3o each.
Wnx Holls, lnrgo tizo, at 43, Gs nnd 03o.
Dressed Uolls, unbreakablo, at60o; worth
1 Ino quality Kid llodles nnd Blsquo Hcnds,
nt W, 78, hi) and OSc.
LniEonnd Hnudsomo Dolls, sleonlng oyes,
moving heads, nt Sl.lf, ?1.33 and 81.13.
I.ndlcM' IlnntlkcrrlilcrH.
Tlio sales In this department nro Increasing
dally, which convinces us of showing tho
right articles lit tho right pilco. Wo havo
been compelled to uso an unusual largo spneo
for tho salo of theso goods. ...
Miodoz Linen Handkerchiefs, homstltchod,
white und colored borders, at So each. Thoy
aro worth He. ..... ,. ...
Furo Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
(ro designs), at lOo ench, Thoy would bo
An All-Linen Colored Embroldcrod Initial
Handkerchief ntlOo.
Handsome initial Handkerchiefs, hem
stitched, utS3c.
Hmbroldercd Ilandkerchlofs, sheer lawn,
whlto unil colors, at l'J, 21, 1, 37, 5(1 and 73o.
hllk HniidkerchlefH of lino quality, solid
colors, nt 38e: worth Mo.
Heay Whlto bilk and wldo hem at 43, 53,
C8 and Mo. ....
Mipcrllno quality, Initialed, at 75 and 00c.
Colored Hioeado Silk at 60, 73 and Olo.
CO dozen Whlto Silk Handkerchiefs, l'.'xll, at
Gcnulno Duchess Laco Hnndkcrchlofs nt f J,
8'.'.!.'I,S.M8,S1, Sl.C8,upti)S7. ,,, ,
Hand Lmbroldcied Handkerchiefs of Grass
Linen, hcmstllchcd, from S-i.71 up lo S1-M3.
A beautiful nssortment of Fnncy Yclvot
Collars nt 4to.
million Collars at 74o. . .
Cellars and Cutis of tho nbovo materials at
Crcpo do Cheno Squaros, flno embroidered,
at 81X5. Scarfs to match, nt 44.71.
Kxtrn largo slzo brnrfs, nt JI.0J and 85.43.
iJirgo Haiideinbroldcrod Bcarfa, nt 87, H.
Huthesso Ijico Collarettes nt 81.03, 8-J.43,
8U.C0, 83.18, 83.43, 8I.W, $1.13 nnd $1.03.
Jtenl DiirhPHHO I.nroM
At ono-half their original vnliio. Inches wldo,
S, KW, 3. 3U, !), 4, 41, nt $1.78, $1,113, p.W,
fi.U, i-i.iv, $3.35, $3.W per yard. Wo Invito
J.cntlior (aiiodM.
Fockctbooks In endless variety, at 23, 50, CO,
65, H8o.. 81.10, up to 83.
Novelties In Chatelaine Foeketbooks at BO
and 75o.
fAnk for our Sllkado Dooks.
r-atcbelsof Alligator at 88, 43, 75, 83 nnd 09o.
CurdC'nses Novel nnd oxcluslvu dosljrns of
Slorocto und Alllgator-f rom SOo, up to $1.50,
Our stock comprlsos ovor S.000 styles and
designs nnd It Is Impossible for us to describe
tliem. Wo call our nttentlon tbnt wo lmvo
Jewelry to suit your tasto aswoll as your
purjo. Wo will sliow imvoltlos In ltlilno
Mono Necklaces, Combs, Plus Barrings and
Collar lluttons. Also lloavy Itoll 1'lato l'lns
nnd Knrrlngs tomntcb.Sllverniid Qoldllrnpo
lets.Collnrund Cufflluttunsiin faotovorytlilng
nppeitnlnlng ton comploto Jewelry Depart
mint nt tbo Very lowest Trices.
An Ilntlro Now Stock.
An Elegant bilk Umbrella, sterling silver
liniidlc, nt $3.
Tlio same qunllty, wltli gcnulno gold mount
ing, ut7. , . , , , ,,
A umiplcto nssortment ot (lliigbam nnd Al
puou Umbrellas ut low prices.
The "Bon Marche"
316-318 Seventh St. N. W.
NOTICE On nnd nftcr Monday, Docomber
7, our establishment will bo open In tho
evening until 9 o'clock .
Ntwmnrkct Clonks In Black and Drown
100 tloz Coloicd-bordcrcd Handkerchiefs, nil linen, worth 20c,
at ........
Bilk Velvet, nil shndes, worth $1.50
Ladles' 4-bulloii Colored La Crcmo.TouvIn Kid Gloves, wortli
?1.25i only n few do.cu left yet,
Pnllcm Monucts, worth 10 and $1G,
Zephyrs, all shndes, only
And all tho leading novelties In Ladles' Children! and Misses' "Wraps
Jot prices, as usual, lower than nny other house.
English Derby Stilpcd llegular-mado Uoso for children,
worth 25 cents, at .... o ContH
rieccc-llned Hose, extra size, Ualbrlggans, at - SJG OontH
Otxdc Hosiery XJejpa.x'-bT-n.exi.-t
Is slocked with now goods nt prevailing low prices. If 'you wish to socuro
bargains call at tho
LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Space.
1. S. Money refunded to dissatisfied buyers.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Tlio renson wo nro culling down our prlcos nt this early stngo of tbo season Is to glvo our
patrons tbo benefit while In need of Uoods.
Klcgnnt llcrlln nnd Diagonal Nowinnrlcot nt $l,fiO, $n, $Onnd $8.
Ilusslitn Clrouliirs ut $0, $8 nnd $10.
ficiill'liish Coutd lit $18, $30, $25 nml $38.
KlcgnntVlsltosnt $8, $10 und $15.
Children's mitt Misses' Mnvolocks nnd No wmnrkots ut$3, $1, $5, $Onml$7.
I'ull lino or Illrils nnd l'lincy AVliiKsnt 13, 15, 35, nud 40 rts.
I'lifiucH lit 37, 07 nml 75oniid $1. Tolt Huts ut 15, 5H und7."So anil $1.
bllli Velvets, In nil colors, nt 83c und $1 nnd $1.35.
Tips nt 35, 50 mid 75o per bunch.
i:icgnnt Kid Closes, t-lluttons, nt 75c nnd $1.
I.iireo nssortment of l'lnln mul l'ancy millions ul 10, 15, 30 nml 35c per yd.
Our exhibition will comprise the largest assortment
ever shown south of New York !
Do Not Tall to Cnll and Inspect tbo Wonderful Bargains Iloforo Turchaslng Elsewhere.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Our Stocl Tiiiii Season
Is Exceptionally Attractive) ana fully
up to our
High Mart of
Are maintained in every De
partment, comprising every
thing, with the exception of
Hats and Shoes
For Boys and Men.
Clothing and Furnishings,
000 I'ciinsylvnnln Avenuo N. IV.
All the Leading Makes
Men and Boys,
and Sold as Cheaply as at
any other establishment in
the country, can he found
909 Penna. Ave.
$G.f50, -wortli $8.
8 OoutM
8 OoutM
OS OoulH
now sold at
$G una $'
O Ctn an ounoo
I. Kolmer & Bro.,
New Dry and Fancy Goods Housg.
7th at., not.
I. nnd Bin. wr,,
Ilnvo purcbasod for ensh n now nnd comploto
Btock of l'ancy nnd Scuonnblo
nosiuitv, OLOVKS, NOTIONS,
miEss floons, i:tc,
Wlilcb wo will sell cbenpor than any other
houso on Seventh street.
ant. si'.oita: m'iiiti:.
730 Hoventccnth Street Nortliwost,
Will mnko Lndlos' Dresees, etc., during Sep
tember nnd October nt tbo following jirlcou
Cloth Co&tumcs, Lndles' own matcrlnls, S15;
Conts, 810: Newmnrkots, 8131 llontrlce, 818;
Hiding lliiblts, SIC; bilk Costumes, S15; Kven
lngltcteptlon Dresses, etc, f 18 nnd upwurdi
Cloth Costumes, everything furnlubcd, from
S40; other gnrments correspondingly. Spccliil
nttcntlon to 'Wedding Outllts, In which Mr.
Whlto linn mado n grcnt success. Cutting nnd
Kitting. I'nttems mndo to order. uuU'3-tt
Black Dress Goods, Embroldories,
Laces and Trimmings.
For Indies, Children nnd Oentlcmon.
-WM. R. RILEY, o
Bllcy nnllillun. Cor. Btli niulK Nl. n.w
83S to OH O tlrcet norllnvekt, next National
Itltles1 Armory.
Architectural Iron Work. Cement, Plaster,
Flrollrick, Iflro Clay, Wall Slate, faints, Oils,
QlOES, CtO; 05
For Generating Steam.
For Cooking Turposes.
For Healing by lurnaco.
For beating by Latrobo.
For Open Gratos.
It.ls Easily Ignited,
It Makes a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out tlio Q rate.
It Is Economical.
It Will l'ay to Try It.
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
40 nnsbels, Crnslicd ,, , $3 70
SS Ilutdiels, Crusliod DM
40Ilusliols, Not Crusliod - 3 00
SSVusbols, Not Crushed 00
rwDollvered to Any Tt ot WMUnntou
or Ooorgetovf u.
I flnnl fl
Seal Skin Sacques,
87 Inchos lo B0 Inches long, from !100 to tXO.
Seal Visites,
rinlii,T,,ix,-Xn11(j Skunk Trimmed.
Seal Ulsters,
Plush Ulsters,
Plush Visites,
Plush Sacques,
Rppclnl lot of OI.OTII Ninvsr.vit
ICliT.S direct fioin llorlln.
I.ndles', IMIssos' mill Chtldron's Furs
III ovory viirloty.
Gentlemen's Driving nml AViilldtii
l'ur Cups.
Ciirrliipo ltobcs, Gloves mid Cliiiinl
lcts. TlioLnrKCst nnd best Sclcotod Slock ovor
exhibited In this city.
Hatters and Furriers,
905 DFeicaxaj. A-it-
Insurance Co.,
No. 629 F STREET N, W,,
Fire and Marine Policies
Clinrtorcd by Congress, 1837.
Capital. $200,000. Snmins. $16000
NEW BUILDIHO, N, E. Cor, Seventh Street
and lonlslana Avenuo.
AI.Tir.HT A. WILSON, Trcsldent.
THOS. IAHKi:il, Vlce-l'rosldent.
V. W. HOWAHl), Secretary,
II. II. HAZAItD, Ass't SooY,
National Metropolitan Firo Ins. Co.,
010 I'll. Ave. N. W., Wnslilngton, D. O.
CASH CAl'ITAT., $100,000.
BAMUEL CROSS, Soo'y. null-tf
u. ic. ri.Aix.
w. it. minis.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
XI ii Hi nml 1' WtrcotH,
WQSli.iii.Btoii., 3D. O-
Clty references Natlonnl Bank ot tho Ito
Clilcniro Correspondents MILMINE, BOD
Constnnt quotations ot tho Chicago nnd
Now YorkSInrkcts by special wiros.
fipcclnl nttcntlon clrcn tn Uopnrtnion-
tnl iiniliitlierCnlleetloiiH. liny nml
noil Unltod.Stittoi ItomW mid nil
District HociirltleH. Wo Issuo
Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit
Deposits KoccIo(l Sulijoct (o Chock
Wnslilneton, D. C.
J. W. WeWi. T. L. I ropier. !' Hliafer.
1110 r St. (Olnvcr Iliilldllu;),
Stocks, Grain, Provisions & Pctrolcnra.
Slnrclns from 1 per cent, upward to salt.
Direct prlvato wlios to.Uuv Yoi k, Clilumro
nnd I'lillndelpliln. llriiiiCVfilllco, UlUUtli
Ml 11 w (tiiniton Ilulldlni:).
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
and Oil.
I.o Droit Uiilldliifr, IMglith anil Fats.
By n spcclnl nrrnnKcment wltli tho "Now
York Oren Hoards" Ilcnn oxecuto order la
Stocks und Ornlu up to 10 ti. in., Biul for that
purpono my ottlco will bo open In tlio oveulug
Jrom7 to 10 o'clock. , , ,
Tmdcs In from 10 to 100 elmros of Stock nnd
from l.noo to S.ooo bushols of Oriiln placed ou
tbo "Open Boards," on n margin off lmr cent,
or more, nnd no ilublllty bo) ond tbo imirglH
iloiiosltcd! $10 will buy 10 shares of btock or
Glides of noft loTsthnn 100 share, of Stock
or B.ooo bushels of drain pbiccdon thoroRif
lnr ExcbanRO on n murcm of 5 per eont.
Laraa ana bmall yuautltles btrlotly on
Commission. Constant epiotatlons ocr my
nruato wires, nnd orders oxecutcd nnd re
ported In from!! to B minutes.
Btoot, Grain, ProviBion and Petro-
. loum Brokers,
11S0 I'KNNA. AVJl. (UMtalrii.) 2
BtookB, Bonda, Grain, Provisions
Ilrnuoli Office No. i South Holltday stroot

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