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VOLUME XL.
SILK VELVETS.
“Prices”
That will undoubtedly secure
the desired result*
“Sell Them Freely.”
ScHLE?f CER
State and Madison-sts.,
Offer in their
Silk Dept.!
5,000 Yards!
Black Silk
Brocaded
Velvets!
In great variety of patterns,
$ 1.75! 52.00!
$2.50! $3.00!
“Considered Cheap”
At an advance of 50 per cent.
Samples Mailed.
“Leaders of
Popular Prices,”
State and Madisou-sts.
Branch, Madison & DoeplaJnos-sts.
CATALOGUE.
“Catalogue!”
SCHLESIHCEB
|^AYE r j
State and Madison-sts.
To meet the increased demands
for our Fall and Winter
Illustrated
Catalogue!
We have issued an additional
“5,000 Copies.”
Parties desiring the same can be
supplied by sending their
“Correct Address.”
“Leaders of
Popular Prices.’’
STATE AND MADISON-STS.
Branch, Madison & Deaplainos-sts,
SCAKFS.
. The bent fl\
ting Scarf ei
er made.
Special a\
tachmont fo
turned dow,
collavH.
SnmplCH sa
to the trade o
application
THOMAS & HAYD!
IVboleaut*
MnnufUcturci
284 Madison-'
REAL ESTATE,
City Beal Estate for Sale.
Propural# for the purcbaaeof property on Franklin
»ua Adiitu»-»u.. m footuntho MnUund 1W fuel cm
tneiattur, and upon which U luuutuil Enitlmi Company
no. I. will bo received nl tbl# uilloe up lo and Inulud*
InutboSUt day of October noxtt the vlir authorltie#
pu*r*htu 10 ru^u€i “R propositions forsuch
Ujr order of the Cur Council.
TUKODOItK T. OUHNKV.
_ Comptroller.
UlDKlt.
Alien Pore, Sweet Ciller.
>V« ure now making dully. from wood. #ouud
Hlcklyita Apples, received lit ourduuds. pure,
•Week Cider. Every e um of trade supplied.
ADD EX UDKK t U..
. WMarkebd.. CUlcago.
PICTURE-FRAMES,
n n U PICTURE FRAMES
I ■ 118 IB .It will surely pay you to write for ray
UulU
77 Manufacturer, suf AAm Wubwlt-er.
Resvsrades at lowest prices.
he p
vLormNd,
A HISTOIIICAL
FACT!
James Wilde, Jr,
& Go.
Have for years sustained their
well-earned reputation of having
the best class of fine Ready-Made
Clothing, and enjoying the confi
dence of their patrons. This sea
son we have outdone all previous
seasons, and present larger and
more extended lines, and invite
your critical inspection of the ele
gant assortment we have to offer in
Full Dross Suits,
Tine Business Suits,
Professional Suits,
Reception Suits,
Walking Suits,
Half Dress Suits,
Wedding Suits,
Promenade Suits.
We always win on Suits, fur
nishing suitable Suits for all occa
sions and wants of life.
OVERCOATS!
ULSTERETTES!
They are piled up so high on the
counters it requires a step-ladder
to reach the top. We mention
this that you may know we ex.
pect to furnish the large majority
with Overcoats, etc.
PRICES!
Please compare them, and then
you will see the advantage of deal
ing direct with the manufacturers.
We await your coming to
JAMES WILDE,
JR., & CO.’S,
Cor. State and Madisou-sts.
FRANK REED, Manager.
EXCUItSIOX.
BALTIMORE ORIOLE,
October 10,11, ami 12.
MOM FMATWASHINGTON,
October 10 to 15.
EXCURSIONS
TO
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON,
VIA
'Fort'Wayne and Pennsylvania Route,
Excursion Tickets to Baltimore or Wash
ington City, via Fort Wayne and Pennsyl
vania Route, will be sold on October g, io,
xx, and is, for the benefit of all desiring to
attend the Baltimore Oriole Celebration, or
the third Notional Fair at Washington City,
Round trip rate from Chicago to Baltimore
or Washington City, only
$20.25,
Via Fort Wayne and Pennsylvania Route,
the popular and direct line to either of
these cities. For excursion tickets, and
copy of pamphlet giving full programme of
Oriole and National Fair, apply to
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
OS OXiAKK-ST,
OR AT
Uenornl Passenger Depot, on CnpuDst.,
Ijctwoou Yiu> Huron and Mmlirnm.
SJ[AFT-COUrLINGSrjtINGS.
"nobody now uses
WortbluiH. rottlmi, porlababla Uubborson UiolrUiiß
blcb wliu hnvu «uun or irnurt tlio alundo 8mi»l S'J'ANIi-
AUIJriIIAt'TCOUPLING HI’UINO. bold by all linrd»
wurc, UurmiM, mid ftuJ
\ fnf diary Kioto* uvurvwburu.
(r‘ Kj£aw#Vl Jim I'Kiuly Juimimod lllnok, Vi
t laPi Ba W/tf ctmu b imln MekoM*lmod.
bssn|BS^'MS^^co t ‘ u lo e 'H A d V {J ~,UCY j*
BSBr cuuo. manut’r* lur U.’fa. und
yjßllMlfcrSfir Cumulu umlur luilursimumi
Ono ll.iOj
loot Ailll-UnttUtr. (bu
VS&wflp bbuU-llull i i>r«j ven ttnu run*
uwuy»), und look* uoul.
KKO.NT VIKV.'.
Springs exchanged with publisher* in tbo luierlor
for advorUalng ut nut «uh rule*.
FIRM CHANGES,
DISSOLUTION.
CmrAflO, Out. 1. Ibbl.
The llrrn of 11. A. Kobo & lirotbers bua thin day
boon dissolved by mutual content. All outstanding
accounte and pules due anld lirni will bo uolleutod by
their suoewasors. Messrs. Knhn Urulhers.
All real estate interests standing In the name of 11.
A.Kohu fc mother# remain tuiwrore.
lir.NUi A. Ktfllri.
JOSEPH A. KUHN,
DAVID A. KUII.V,
JULIUS A. UOHN.
COPARTNERSHIP.
The undersigned have thl# day formed a copartner*
■hip under the Urtu naiuu of KOU.N UUUTIIMIS fur
the purpuee of continuing the wholesale clothing
businesses heretofore at the comer of kVuba>h-av.
u.awuiun,u u -.1.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER B, fBBI—SIXTEEN PAGES
HEAL ESTATE AUVTJOff SALE. j
Today!
The Anniversary Auction Sale will
take place today. No postponement on
account of weather. Trains leave at 10
a. m. and i p. m. from Wells-st. Depot.
Go out and see the new city. Bring your
friends and neighbors with you, and buy
a good Lot. If you don’t believe this is
a good place to invest a few dollars, go
and see it and judge for yourself.
Big temt.
RASS BAND.
BC TIME.
E. ft. CUMMINGS & CO.,
CLOTHING.
OGDEN,
ABLEWMTE & GO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fli CLOTHE,
Twenty-second-st. and Archer-av.,
CHII'AMO.
October hrhign u* linary thick, called Front for
short (not Snuir),
ll'/to'd belter jlxrd to ward him off than Uydcu,
Abtarhlte Co. 1*
(Extracts from our Calendar.)
No house in America, and we will stake
our reputation on It.
2.mn Mori's Warm Heavy Winter Overcoats In stock
nt 12.U0 ouch. Wlm cun (IniOleutn that?
5.000 othors runitiiiu In |iri<to Irom sLiiil to ouch.
I.IWU hundsouiu Ulslcrutlos for men and buys onuully
low.
Over mu varieties ot bonntlful Hulls fonnon. youths
and boys.
All clean, frosli, now pouds, our own muko. No old
stock out of stylo to soil you.
Our Holts In stuck rim from W.W In men's to ItfJ.OJi
In buys' ami youth's from f3.5U to (lA’UUcitcb.
THE RICH AND THE POOR,
The heavy pitrso und the liuht one, ran tlml Just what
they want hero, and save middlemen's prnMis. way/
llucnttsu wo muko onrown jroncls, anil can soli nt n
irund profit, leaving the mlddlomun out. Como und
boo If It Is not so.
buu u lb 1111. r...
(Jonileim'd'H rurnlslilntf (Joed*.with liftts und Cups.
Immonsu stocks lit each doimrtmetu.
FINE MERCHANT TAILORING
luonn of our Specialties, excelled by mine In work
inimithlp. approached by none In prices.
OPEN IjVKMMJS.
Mi, ABLEWIIITE i CO,,
Twoiity-sccoii(l*Kt. ami Arclicr-av.,
_. -.Chicago.
WHOLESALE
GLQTHiO!
cm, BAM,
202,204,206,208,210
FRAiySCUM-ST.,
con. ADA^IS.
Manufacture the Best Goods,
Carry the largest Stock,
Make the lowest Prices,
And Give the Best Terms.
5 off 60 days;
6 off 30 days;
7 off 10 days.
mtuaojsTS .
OPIUM
BY THE CASE. For sale by
FULLER & FULLER,
Wholesale Druggists.
CITRIC ACID
BY THE KEG. For sale by
FULLER & FULLER,
Wholesale Druggists.
CHLO. POTASH
BY THE KEG. For sale by
FULLER & FULLER,
Wholesale Druggists.
rnOEES.'yJOSA L,
CATARRH,
ASTHMA. iiUONCIUTIS. CONHUMITION, tmd nil
throat alTuctUma ciirut] by n now tuuthori. Inhalation,
cooihliiutl with our ouiiiiUuiluiml iruuloiunt, eilucU
cortulu euro In Uiu aovurual uuua.
IIIIN. HATE di HART.
• Hill Wluly«il„ Miiom til.
FINANCIAL,
Money to Loan
On improved city property at 6 per cent.
mead a COB.
iWLa SalltHH.
Ppji| Pctalp W.D.KERFOOT&CO.
nodi Coldlß go wasbington-sl
onrl I AOnO References furnished If do*
n Mil LUdllui » lrß ' l m any Person we boro
mmm "vmiivi leuiuaemeddurlue Suvuan.
ay!
To
134 LA SALLE-ST.
COJISVTS.
MADAME GRISWOLD S
@ SKIRT-SUPPORTING
| CORSETS,
»ANDBWnT <S?V ""yjn
The Abdominal Corsets,
With and without an ABDOMINAL SUP
PORTER for Ladies in delicate health, and
for stout ladies, are unequaled. They give
a GRATEFUL SUPPORT to the figure,
and greatly improve the. form. SHOUL
DER-BRACE CORSETS for Ladies,
Misses, and Children ; Long Waist and Ex
tra LONG WAIST CORSETS in fine sin
gle French Coutiiles*
Corsets made to order in the best style
of workmanship. Sold by Lady Agents,
and at 126 State-st., Room so. TAKE EL
EVATOR at 75 Modison-st. Ladies in at
tendance to show and fit the Corsets.
Lady Agents wanted cvei'i/wht>rr, Ex
clusive territory given. Acme Dress Shields.
JT. 33.
Clcncrnl Agont, Chicago. HI.
FURNITURE,
During the tempora
ry obstruction to trav
el on State street occa
sioned by the laying
of the cable railway,
the Store of
THE TOBEY
State and Adams-sts.,
Can be approached by
carriages from Wa
bash-ay.
Entrance on Adams
st„ Nos. 43,45 & 47.
jtusryicss ciianvks.
TO CAPITALISTS
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT.
Tho note owner of tho slock of tho Poorla btarcb
ManufsclurlimCompoyls desirous of rollriria from
tliu business. for uxculluul reasons, .and baa
outhnrUed tliu undersigned lo form a now
proprietory. Being tuiiiaatuly connected with
tliu Company tlu» nnilendtniud can guarautuu
thin to bo a ctmncu rarely uvallablo fur un
excellent and sound Investment. The Company
possesses an old charter, with liberal tirlvllocos. Tho
turins upon which tho transfer of stock cun bo Hindu.
It Is not anticipated that more than fST.fiajor a call of
:w per cunt cash will bo necessary to complete tho
transfer and carry un tho business. Thu protli on thu
liiTvstmuntcun Ui proved bv actual liituros to Iki
very Inruu. lixcollonl rufurcncus and ihurouuli
facilities for proving llgurcs will bo given by the
undersigned. Thutactorr is in full operation, and
Its facilities fur thu supply of corn and ooal and other
necessaries ore equaled by no other factory. Ap>
pllcantM must bo prepared to furnish satisfactory
orTHOMAH IIIIOWN,
K.C. N. UOUUHTBON*.
An imiina.
Box ic*. Peoria. 111.
MUSICAL IySTJC UMENTS,
TIIIH In the only Plano wlutc tho lounrt bonrtl lia*
Ihu arouattu tluurluu of tho vlulln, vrlilvU umkua U
Ireo ut all metallic amiml.
182 & 184 WABABH-AV.
all|i ©ifiMtiw.
TUI'S, FANCY GOODS , «Cc.
tub'
CHICAGO
TOY
COMPANY,
34 Wabash-av,,
CHICAGO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Wooden & Tin Toys.
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
DOLLS
FANCY GOODS.
2'/ic Only Exclusive Toy House
In the West,
Largest Stock,
Closest Prices,
Best Terms.
16-PAGE ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUE
I’OSTl’All) FHKK TO ALL DKALFHS.
ADDRESS
CHICAGO TOY WlPffl,
84 Wabash-av.,
JUST NORTH OF A. T. STEWART & CO.'S.
HOSIERY. FANCY GOODS, tVc.
SAVED!
$25.00 saved is as good as that
amount made. I have saved hun
dreds of merchants that amount
and more in the last month, by
selling them goods at 5 to 20 per
ceht cheaper than the same goods
are sold elsewhere. My stock
consists of
Hosiery, White Goods,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Watches, Smokers’Goods,
Toys, Cutlery, Stationery,
In short, almost everything re
quired by a general merchant.
Don’t Stop Until Ton Find Me.
C. 11. LimGTOS,
145 & 147 WABASH-AV.,
CHICAGO.
JiAXK STATEMENTS.
REPORT OF THE GOIIHTIOX
Commercial National Bank
OF CHICAGO,
At Clilrtiyu, in the Stale of at the dole
of bUMtuc**, on Saturday, the let day
of October, IHSI,
KEMOt'UCKS.
I,nan* nnd Dlacouma
Uvonlmllf
U. : i . IliunU tu Kucuru circulation
(pur vii I lit* > 50.000.00
Dun from up*
proved ru«
mtvi* ntioni*.£ 575(051.71
Duo from nlliur _ _ _
151,747.41
Nui'l Hum.*.,
Duo from Mnlu
Huiiten nnd

KU.DbS.IO
Hon I Hiialo
Chucks mid
o Hi or ctish
Item*
Kxclmnces for
CluarVllousu 017.00U.07
Mills of oilier
banks U7.UUa.OQ
Frnct’n’l uauur
cur'nc)’. nick
els. ami |ion
iitos
H|iecle
uui.ouu.ou
i.eia.141.97
l.SlO.Hft
asu.uoi.Ao
Itmloinvllon Knud with IT. rt.
Trottituror t& per cum u( clrcu*
loUuu...
TOTAL.,
I.IAUII.ITIKH.
Capital Htook paid In « 500,000.00
Hurplua Fund 400,000.00
Undivided prohta HA.QSI7.UO
National Hank nuiea ouiatandlng. 45,000,00
Dlvldunda unpaid... 00.00
Individual do*
puatu aubjoct
Ui check HO.UOtf.UOO.ttO
Demand certltt* >
catva of do*
poall 10T.Q4SS.4H
Certliledchecka lU7.OAH.OH
Caahlur'aehpvka
milatandtiiil.. 50,004.40
Duo to uvher _
Nul’l Haiiaa.. U00.UH7.70
Duo to hlatu
a ,4,
TOTAI.. 5U.U04.1H5.U7
BTATK OK ILLINOIS. nJU.STV OKCtMIK. W.-I,
K,H. KA.MKb. CaahloroC llitf above named Hunk.do
anlunmly awuorllmi Ihu above awlemuulla truelu
■Ho bo.I of .... knowlodoo ■ u " I !.. t S , . ,, £ , AMKS. Culilor,
Correct—AUcali HKNUV K. KAMKb.). ,
v cjKOltuK I* ol'Ja, (Director*.
HKNUV KKKI*. 1 . ,
Hubaorlbed and aworn to boloro tno tblaTib da/ of
Ooiobor. btol. JOHN H. MKVKH. Notary Dublfo.
WASTED,
A m MHipi MAtiouta wanted for Ufo of I'real*
PADLILI I Silent tiartield. A complete, faith*
Mil n nr I lllulhlaioryfroin crudlu to prove,
Until llakUbyiiio eminent biographer, Col.
Coiiwrfll. Hook*all ready furdolUery. Anoleuumly
IllualmUnl viilunio. Imk.rued edition. .Uliernj lunua.
Auent« Luko order* for from <W to M eoplea ually. liut*
aolla unv other honk ton to one. Auoiita never made
iininer ao iimU Tlio book aolla llaelt. Kxporlunce not
noeo.aury. Allure unknown- All maae Imiuenae
itiodu. I'rivale teruia free. UI.OUUK HllNtiUN A
CO., Cortland. Mu. ■
YOUNG MAN
Of experience dealrea Immediate oogauomant on
Hoard of 'l'ntde. or aa Aaalataui Uookeeeper. ilof
ervuveaulvou. AddieaaAti. Ailbuue uQlca.
PtMlDffi,
West Madison-st.
There Is no question lint that the most
satisfactory way of buj/lnp goods by
Indies living out of the city Is to order
Samples of the kind of gomls required,
staling colors, about the price wishing
to pay, etc.
Very Utile argument Is needed to dem
onstrate the large saving effected by la
dles who buy of our establishment.
The storekeeper In a small eltj*, town,
or village, as a rule, supplies himself
with goods from the Jobbers In the near
est largo city. These again make their
purchases from New York Jobbing bouses,
who buy from Importers and wholesale
dealers, and these In turn deal with the
manufacturing houses at homo and
abroad. Thus, before reaching the
customer, the poods have passed
through no less than four Interme
diate hands. each of whom levies a
toll on them In the shape projit, in
surance, storage, bad debts, etc., and
the whole amount of the toll must be paid
by the person who finally buys 1 lie,goods.
On the other hand, we deal directly
with the manufacturers here and In Eu
rope, thus relieving our customers from
the charges of three extra middle
men* Concentrating a vast business
under one management, we are enabled
on all staple goods actually to undersell
almost every Jobbing house In New* York
and Chicago, so that for all staple goods
our customers In the country really pay
far less than the price' at which their
local storekeeper could buy them, to say
nothing of the price ut which he could
afford to sell (hem.
AND
Why not avail yourselves of these ad
vantages I Why nut embrace this oppor
tunity of securing (Irst-class uml fash
lonuhlo goods, umler an absolute guar
antee of satisfaction I We send all goods
C. O- IK, with privilege of examination ;
if not satisfactory) return to us.
In ordering Cloaks, Dresses, Under
wear, or rcady-niado garments of any
description, send measurements or sixes
usually worn. Remember, all goods sent
with privilege of examination, su that
you can order Corsets, Hosiery, Under
wear, Cloaks, Drosses, etc., without en
tailing any risk of getting anything
that would prove unsatisfactory. We ask
yon to test the truth of onr assertions by
giving us a trial order. Money refunded
or goods exchanged, should (hey not
prove satisfactory when bouyht, Send
for samples or description, with sixes of
mndc-up goods, ami we promise you that
In your purchases we will save you money,
and your dealings with us will be satis
factory.
FALL till
MONDAY and TUESDAY,
OF TIIR
ciiomw,
114 & 116 State-st.,
284 & 286 West Madison-sl.
84,554.AA0.n0
U.ttiU.O!
MUUUU IIK it \i I Ait U
A.uai.ss
J 25 PUio-it,, l!oom li. second door. S|iui’lAi-lo* ozclu
idvidy. Twoniy»i»Vun yours’practice In tlio adjust'
munt of Ulßxau* to every form of dofcoilvo nyusiKht.
).«uur» of rticouinumdaUon lustltrlng to hi* i»ii|»nr*
lor ability dm an optician nod the iMirfc'cuivas oi hi*
glussttst-un tw n*un at M. Ilurnlmrdt'* oitlin Imm tiiu
noted I’rofessurs ot Hush Modluil I'olluuu. Chicago
Medical College. Hahnemann College, Chicago
Homeopathic College. leading divines, our most
prominent and well-known citizen*. Including high
encomium* iromtschool* of tklonco, Blind IntUlutus,
ote.. otu.
I.OUiS H. MATTHKS, Assistant.
1.850.00
SO,UIU,IttA.U7
uMtaaßE
TRibun^^ CEI^ > BuildiNG
Fine Hpoctaclcs mut'd in nil ilshl* on scientific
principles. opera and Fluid Classes, ’telescopes, Ml
cruscoitos, Jlnmmeuirs. ele.
GARFIELD.
Anwlecuntiinirtir Companion OH Chromoa, *lioa*U
Inuhua. t.lfO'iikH I'urlrnlta of I ho Into I'rua*
lOoiil mid hli Devoted Wllo.
• Price, OSH DOLLAR for the pair.
Pont prepaid by mail on receipt of prico.
iilluml uliciiuiil to Atmnm aud Heulera.
THE CALVERT LITHOGRAFHIHG CO.,
DBTUOIT, MICH.
FOR RENT,
Thlnt anti Fourth Floor* in JUItU loot
uui-lt. MJilablo fur Halit Jubtuuu or luuiiufucturUitf
lm»iin'»». Atn>ly«in iiritiiiiMt*.
_ ■ Wuatunliulm'a. llogor* 1 , mid
Bl_ _X| a ■ HpaldliiiC’a I’uckut Cutlury.
I "fllTlflß If !<«»««. KvlMyrmCorUcnm*.
I_ 11 IIU | M llotf (-ulUn. und llanlwnrg
Blllliril W No»e>Ue«. A.«.HfAUIJING
VUIIVI f &uitos.. m uuduuu-au
DliY GOODS, ct‘c.
State-st.,
(NEAR MORGAN).
NEXT
Oct. 10 and 11.
(NEAR MORGAN),
CHICAGO, ILL.
OPTICAL GOODS,
on* vh homos.
to m:m\
cuTLmty.
\
Jin
fSSVE CENTS),
PRICE
luyENj gf> uojts aXn ciaAiis
GRLifIMES
i ULLRICH.
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Wines,
Liquors
AND
Cigars.
We offer from our last importa
tions the following goods at lowest
market prices, in bond or free:
Ramsay Scotch Whisky,
In Quarters and Octaves*
Lome Highland Scotch,
Irish Whiskies,
In Bulk and in Cases,
London Dock Jamaica Rum,
In Quarters, Octaves, and in Cases,
Alex. Matignon & Go. Brandies,
Viniaac ISHI to 1870 inclusive, in
Jlhas, Quarters, Octaves, and in
Cases,
John de Kuyper Gin,
In Quarters and Octaves*
ALSO IX RED AM GREEX CASES.
J. Hennessy & Go. Brandies,
ISO!) to 1577, iu Quartet's, Oc~
faces, ana in Cases,
Otard Dupuy Brandies,
In Octaves and in Cases*
Manuel Misa Sherries,
In Ilhds,, Quarters, and Octaves*
Feuerheerd & Go. Port Wines,
In Ilhds,, Quarters, and Octaves*
We also offer the following
Fine
WifflS.
Bond & Lillard,
Spring 1878 to 1831,
VVaterfill & Frazier,
Spring 1877 to 1881,
E. H. Taylor, Jr.,
Spring 1877 to 1881.
W. H. Mcßrayer,
Spring 1878 to 1881.
T. J; Van Dyke,
Sprlnp 1871.
H. G. Elliot,
Spring 1874,
Rock Spring,
T. B. Ripy,
Sprint/1877 to 1880.
Old Style, 6. & U.,
Spring ***7? t 0 1881.
R, B. Hayden,
Spring 1877.
Hermitage,
Spring 1873,
Horsey's Maryland Bye,
Spring 1871 to 1881,
E. H. Taylor Rye,
Spring 1877 to 1881.
Anderson,
Spring 1880 to 1881.
’79, ’BO. ’Bl Whisky,
Sold in bond or free.
The Bond & Lillard, Waterfill
& Frazier, E. H. Taylor, Jr,, “O.
F. C.,” and O. Horsey’s, the finest
Whiskies produced in this coun
try, are controlled by us in this
market, and of which, with a
number of other brands, we con
stantly carry from 6,000 to 7,000
barrels in bond and free, being by
far the largest stock of Fine
Whiskies held by any one house
in this country.
In Cases,
1881,

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