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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1898.
Published Pally ud Weekly at ItM Second
A venae. Rock Island, I1L Entered at the port
office u second class matter.
T. W. FOTTEB
TERJIB Daily. 10 easts per WMk. Weekjy,
1 2. 00 per annum; la adTance, 11.50.
AU commanlcationa of a eiltleal or arguments,
tire character, political or religions, matt have
real name attached for publication. No each
article will be printed over SctiUous signatures.
Correipondence aollcited from every township
In Bock If land county.
TCESDAT, JCNK 4, 1895.
Welcome to the visiting bankers.
Cockt de Castellaxe is to devote
himself to horse racing. The count
ess, of course, can amuse herself by
footing the bills.
The mayor of Dubuque has de
clared war on the slot machines in
that city. There are plenty of them
there, and it is held that they are
luring the uninitiated with the ways
of tickle fate and fortune to try their
luck, with the result that they end
up as con iir rued gamblers. The ma
chines are to go, or the mayor will
know the reason why.
TriB statistics show that Ohio has
the largest number of farms of any
state in the union, 256.264; Illinois
comes second. 252,953; then Missouri,
250.832; Texas. 248.782; New York,
226,632; I'ennsylvania.211,472; Iowa,
205,435; Indiana, 205,331. No other
state has more than 200,000. The
percentage of ownership in farms is
largest in the north and west, as is
the percentage of homes also:
Tne affirmation of the validity of
the Iterliner telephone patents by
the United States court at Boston
has pretty nearly extinguished the
promoters who have been endeavor
ing to establish new telephone sys
tems. They will be obliged to rest
for a while, at least until the United
Statos supreme eourt can pass upon
the case, and litigation in that tri
bunal is notably slow. There is no
tine concealing the fact that the Bell
telephone company, which owns the
Berliner patent, has won a substan
tial victory and that investment in
rival telephone companies is some
what uncertain of return.
The stubborn determination of
such hot heads as Bobbie Bennett to
continue to aggravate a situation
that is already grave, by bringing
upon the public squares a man who
has already incited riot, is under
bonds for disturbing the peace and
wielding deadly weapons, both here
Bud in Davenport, is sufficient in
itself to arouse the head of the po
lice department to a realization of a
sense of duty in the premises and
that is to stop the public meetings
before it is too late. What do such
headstrong men as Bennett care for
tbo oonscqtienccs of their course so
long as thoy carry out their pur
Only ten of the states of the union
have given presidents to the United
States in the last 105 years, and as
many as 34 of them have failed to
give us a president. The states
most favored in this respect have
been Virginia, which has given us
live, and New York, which has given
us four, but Illinois has made up in
the worth of its presidents what it
may be out in numbers. Perhaps
some obo of the 34 states which has
not yet had a president among its
inhabitants may furnish us with
Cleveland's successor. (Georgia is a
great state; and Connecticut, though
of small area, is another. Tho New
York Sun says: "We cannot forget
Iowa, nor yet Maine, which is the
whelo breadth of tho United States
from California. In overy state of
the union there is good enough tim
ber for the presidency. AH the
states should push forward their
fittest men witlun tbe next 12
months, democrats and republicans.
The hopes of most, if not all, of the
aspirants who are now hoeing their
own chances will be blighted within
that time. It was once proposed by
anfjd time politician that each of
the states should takes its turn in
providing us with presidential can-
uidates, so as to give equal oppor
tunities and fair play to all."
Tho Safest Coorw.
While The Abuts' confidence in
the law-abiding spirit of the people
is such that it does not look for seri
ous disturbance attending the con
tinuation of tbe meetings on Market
square, an it most earnestly hopes
and trusts that there will be none so
irrational as to commit acts of vio
lence, yet it sees danger in permit
ting Clark to appear there again,
and the authorities are taking great
chanees in allowing another meeting
tomzht. Last night s meeting, at
tended as it was by nearly a thousand
people, rassed off without . sen
ous incident because tbe lecturer
was more calm in his remarks.
but the least friction might have
resulted in a disturbance of t
most violent nature. .With the feel
ing that now exists in the city, the
safest plan is tne nest, rrevenuon
is better than cure, and Chief Ltxel
will act much more in accordance
with a conservative public sentiment
and his duty as well by forbidding
a farther meeting at the present
time than by tolerating farther ap
pearances of Clark and his followers
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. -
A new labor party that will hereafter
be known as the United Labor League of
western Pennsylvania was organised In
Pittsburg. Tbe membership will be
over U.UU0. W. J. Smith, of the Amer
ican Flint Glass Workers' onion was
Danbury, Conn., young women have
formed an association agreeing not to
marry men who drink.
Letters from sixty-two of the 114 conn
try Democratic central chairmen In Mis
souri show that fifty-eight are unquali
fiedly In faror of the free coinage of sil
ver and gold at the ratio of ltf-to-1; one Is
against sush coinage and three are no n
commlttaL Obituary: At London, Miss Emily
Faltbfull, 60; Right Hon. Sir James
Bacon, of the privy council, 07. At De
troit, Mich., Mme. Jennie Constantino
Centemeri, 75. At Galesburg, Ilia, ex
Mayor George W. Brown, 73. At Hull,
England, United States Consul W. J. H.
Ballard, At Kokomo, Ind., Dr. Stephen
W. Trueadeil, b7.
Officers of the steamship La Bourgogne,
from Havre, report that on May K7 John
Watson Lawrence, 6 years old, of Flush
ing, L L, fell overboard while attempt
ing to recover his hat and was drowned
before aid could reach him.
The Springfield Monitor says that the
wheat, oats and hay crops in central 1111
nsis will be failures, and that tbe harvest
will scarcely pay tbe cost of putting in
The first Japanese Methodist church in
the United States was duplicated at San
Francisco. The congregation numbers
J3B. All tho Methodist ministers in tha
city participated. -
these crops. There is a fine stand of
corn, but it needs rain.
Bicyclist Fred Van Scholck was run
over and killed by a trolley car at Syra
cuse, N. Y.
The minors of the Homo Riverside com
pany of Kansas met and decided they
would not accept the cut from 80 to 7J
cents a ton that was to go in to effect June
L They also decided to stand out for
Andrew Jung, a wealthy business man
of Belleville, Ills., left home Saturday
night for St. Louis and disappeared. His
bat and pistol were found later on the
deck of a steamer. The police think ho
Anton Bern and Louis Budinick have
arrived at Chicago, having walked all
the way from Buenos Ayres, which city
they left three years ago. The distance
is 11,000 miles and tho walk was under
taken for observation. Thoy will stay at
Chicago six months and then go bock to
Buenos Ayres, not on foot, however.
Emily Faithful), whoso death is an
nounced, was a pioneer in the advocacy of
wider field and more remunerative em
ployment for women. She interested
Queen Victoria in the matter and ob
tained her approval generally, and par
ticularly for a printing office she estab
lished in which the compositors were all
Archbishop Kenrlck, of St. Louis, has
been deposed by tbo pope and the Most
Kov. John J. Knln baa been appointed In
his stead. Kondrluk for some time has
boon incapable, on account of tho infirm
ities of age, of managing the business of
I All t ree.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
opportunity to try it free. Call on
the advertised urugzist and get a
trial bottle, free. Send your name
and address to II. E. Bucklin & Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King s ftew Lite, nils free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, free. All of
which is guaranteed to do you good
and cost you nothing. Hartz & Ulle
rueyer's drug store.
Send your address to H. E. Buck
lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in tbe cure of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action.
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Reuriilar size 25 cents per box.
Sold by Hartz & Ullcmeycr, drug
BL'CKLEH'S ABNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cares
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded." nice zo cents per
box. or sale dt Harts dk uiiemeyer.
G. A. Stillson, a merchant of
Trmpico, 111., writes, August 10,
1891: Clinic Kidney cure is meeting
with wonderful success. It has cured
some cases here that physicians pro
nounced incurable. I myself am able
to testify to its merits. My face to
day is a living picture of health, and
Clinic Kidney Cure has made it such.
I had suffered 27 years with the dis
ease, and today I feci 10 years
younger than 1 aia one year ago. 1
can obtain some wonaeriui certih
cates of its medical qualities. M. F
Uahnsen's drug store.
Baby was alek, fane bar Caatorfcv
Wkea aha was a Child, she cried f or Caatorta.
Waea) ahe became Mfcw, aha chmg to Cilia ay
ate bad Children, aha cava t
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla. ;
Children Cry for
n. . p. v. coirvExriosr
Baltimore July 16 to II, 18S
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with the most interesting seen
erv and historical associations. It is
the Chesapeake & Ohio R'y. via Wash
ington. "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield line of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most famous of Virginia battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Chesa
peake Bay, Old Point Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. (i. P. A., C. & O. R'y., Cincin
A rate of one fare for the round
trip will be made for three grand
homeseeker's excursions via the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North
ern railway. Tickets at this rate
will be sold May 21 and June 11 to
all points on this line in northwest
ern Iowa, southwestern Minnesota
and South Dakota, west of and in
cluding Iowa Falls. Tickets will
also be sold on these dates at above
rates to points in the following terri
tory: All points in Arkansas, Color
ado, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Wy
oming and to a large number of
important stations in Idaho, New
Mexico, Utah and southwest Mis
souri: also to' Lake Charles, Louisi
ana. Tickets will be good to return
20 days from date of sale and stop
over will be allowed at pleasure.
tor further information call on your
nearest railway agent, or address J.
Morton, G. T. & P. A.. Cedar Rapids,
Bummer Tours via Big Four Bout
To Put-in-Bav, Lake Chautauqua,
Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands,
Adiroudacks, Lake Champlain, St.
Lawrence River, Montreal. White
Mountains, Fabyans, Green Moun
tains, New- England resorts, New
York, Boston and all seaside resorts.
Knickerbocker Special, ""Southwes
tern Limited" finest trains in Amer
ica from St. Louis, Peoria, Indianap
olis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield,
Columbus, Cleveland. Buffet parlor
cars, Wagner buffet sleeping cars.
library and cafe cars, dining cars.
Tourist rates in effect during the
summer. E. O. McCormick,
D. B. Martin, Pass. TrafBo Mgr.
Gen'l Pass. & T'k't Agt.
Her cheeks arc like the roses,
ller brow la lily white;
And well I know the rcasan,
She take Parks' Tea each nltrbt.
She's stronz aoii well an 4 ha) y, loo.
Her face Is clear and blight.
Ado langhinely she tells tneciwse,
'I take Parka' Tea each night."
Sold by Hartz & Uiiemeyer.
Fenny Wise anal Pound Foollah
Are they who have not Foley's Colic
and Diarrha-a Cure as a safeguard in
the family. M. F. Bahnsen's drug
Hlla.UI.lHI I af Is J a
KETOAL31A ul ttanar Complaints,
BsaataetarM aauer tne ttnnpent
CSAl CECICAL UBS,
POnlT (Tannine with Trade Mark-AiKhor.H
T. Ad- BiehterA Co., 17 Warm SL.VIW TOST.
29 KiSXEST AWARDS.
12 Branch Houses. Own Glassworks.
f-cand-Wc. 1 or sale by Horst Voa
KCBT:tz, V. bidel. Ilarwer noose
i ii.id.ic. uvea is.aca, i
Monday Morning, Jane 3.
The Steamer Duke will make
regular trips from Davenport
and Rock Island to .Offer
mann's Island, leaving Daven
port and Rock Island at 10 a.
m., 1:30 p. m., 5 p. m. and 7
p. m. Fare for the round trip
' to dt Tti rontsi
meots in part pay meet it a high grade Aace
btcvcle. wlrtc, we aend trjem on approval. No
wor acne waiu lAe Bicycla atrhrea aad proves
Young Ladies m2l2t'
tTberaorcirla aprly the? must he well lenosn
saaaaad. W nte fur paitlculan.
ACME CYCLE COJ1PANY.
We OMar YOU A REMEDY Which
buwrcs Safety ta Lite at Motaar
Baas CaaHaffat af its Fafaa, error aad ttak.
Mvwtte waxd MMtsTBlEMtSr rmiKVajn ba-
f ore bar am child bad n cramps was quickly re
lieved saflering oat little o p&ine afterward
raeovea rapid. JOHNSTON, Eufala, Ala.
V8ent by Vail or Ermrcn.on receiptor rartee
Sl-eW swhaMc. Book -To Hother.-'aulied Free.
BBASrUCLD REGULATOR CO, ATLASTA.OA.
M by mil
THE TRAVELERS1 GUIDE.
HICAOO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC
RaDwav Denot corner Fifth amine aad
fblrry-arst street, Frank EL Phuuner, Agent.
Denver Limited Omaha. .
Ft. Worth, Deaver A K. C.
1 1:58 am
r 4:50 am
t 8:40 am
t 7:1U am
Omaha Dee Koine
(Omaha A Minneapolis
Omaha A Dee atoiae Ax...
(Omaha Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. Paoi A Minneapol's
Kansas City A St. Joseph....
til A) am
t : am
1 6:35 am
1 7:16 am
t ;:S0 am
Denver, n. wortn m a. v..
Kansas City A St. Joseph.
tHock Island Washington.
IS 0 am
tChlcairo at Des Moines
1 1 45 pm
8 18 pm
r T 40 am
ArrrymL vDenartore. IDallv. exceDt Suudav.
All others daily. Telephone low.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C., B. A Q. BAIL
wav Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street, M. J. Toons, agent.
Hi L.,nla lEvniwaa 7 -1)0 I
St. Louie Kxpreaa.. 7:i pm
sterling, uuonqueast. Paul t:u pm
Beards town Passenger I 2:60 pm
Sterling. Oubuqoe m M.Panl; 7:86 am
11 :15 am
Dally. tDailj except Sunday.
fHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway Racine at Southwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Second aveauea, S. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Hall aad Kxprees.,
St. Paul Kxprees..
ock Island Pkobia Railway
Depot First Aveone aad Twentieth street,
Eastern Ex. "The Trllbv". 1 4:10 am
10 :43 pm
Peoria St Louis Mail Kx... '4:08 ami
7 .55 am
Expieea ....... l:(5om
Peoria Accora. Freight , 7 :10 tm
Cable (via Sberrard) Accom. 6:09 am
cable Accommodation...... I 8wam
Cable Accommodation .... : S.Sapm
Passenger trains leave C. R. I. P. (Molina
avenue) depot Sve (5) minntes earlier than time
STlven. Trains marked daily, all other trains
daily except Sunday.
Dcblinoton, Cedar Rapids a
Northers Railway, depot foot of Brady
street, Davenport. Jas. MorUm, Qea. Tk't A
M :.(5 pm
West Liberty Train?-
t7 :10 am
a is :46 pm
bH :00 am
Daily. bDauy except bandar. tOoine north.
tolnc Sonth and east. Ko. IS runa between
Cedar Rapids and West Llbeity.
Inaugurated April 21
XO THE EAST.
Lv RocK Island
4 05 ami 8 00 ami 140pm
C K I 4 f Depot
Lv Roc Irland
4 10 ami 805am
Twentietb at Dctot
11 20 am
I 37 pm
Ar Louliiyilie.. ........
A r Cincinnati
7 IS am
8 SO am
6 10 pm 10 90 pm
t rtfi pm
lu 50 am
1$ 80 pm
S 10 pm
8 40 pm
8 58 pm
10 15 pm
12 05 pm
Ar at Louis
1 US pm
11 SO am
1 10 pm,
Ar Terra Haute
8 00 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St,
Louis, passing through Pekin. Hav
ana- bpnngbeld and Litchfield.
Lines east 01 reoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
- Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG. JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
w. A. Blaib. Master; L. B. Strrraa, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for aiuscatlre. New
Bmtoa. Keithsbunt, Oqaaaka, and Bur
And Friday, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice rooms and (rood aaeats. Special rates
to partiva of five or more woo wiah to
make tbe raund trip. Tha Yoaaf baa
beea very recently purchased and f rted
op for Ibis trade, and is not surpaoeed by
aaythlcfoa the Miarisrlppl foretefance
GEORGE LAMONT A SOS. A cents. '
Notice) to Contractors.
Bealed nroDosals will be received by the bnild-
Ing coamiitxe of the boars of supervisors of
Rock Island eonnty. Illinois, nntil June 10, 1S85,
at 12 o'c'ock, noon, at tbe oOce of the county
clerk of Rock Island county, in ears of F. A.
Joaasoa. chtiraian of the bnildtac eommittae,
for excavating, f arnisbins; all materia a. and for
the construction and erecting of tbe Hock Island
connly court boose, to be situated tn th- Court
uouse square, tn tne city or tcock island. Illinois,
in accordance with the slant and aDeciScattoaa
and detail drawing to be on file at the office of
tne county clerk 01 itoea itiana erunty, tiimoia,
aftaratavl.lSS. All bidders will be reouired
to accompany tbeir bid with a certified cheek of
$3.- 00.00 payable to the order of th coanty
treasurer of Hock Island county, . 1 lllno'S, which
eaia caeek win oe lorreitea to tne county of nocx
Islaad in the event of a failure of the bidder to
enter into a contrac with aald board of super
visors, sboold hit bid be accepted. The party to
wnom tne contract is awarded snau enter into
bonds for the faithful discharge of bis dntv in
the sum of fifty thootand dollars (160,010) ap
proved by the bulidina; committee. Bald bids shall
be opebed by the buildlnc committee of tbe board
of supervisors on Monday. June 10. It. 95. a: 18
o'clock, noon or as soon thereafter as aald bnel-
aeea may ba reached. Tbe right ie reserved to
reject any and all bids or to waive any defect or
informality in any bid should it be decided to the
beat interests of the county to do so.
F A. rfoaasoH. id airman.
Attest: Jaaxs O- Barrroa. Secretary.
S.J.Maxwbu, Jaaca Hassoh,
JSbi s t-isara, W. P. (catu,
F.M SlHBBT. W.R.C'ABKy.
a. a. oonraiAT.
a. bw twmasiJiT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
OfBea second Boor, over atltonell A Lrades
baak. Money to koaa.
Jackson 8c Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office tn Rock Island National Baak building.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Councellora at Law
Office in BeacatmVa Block,
Charles J. Seaxle,
Attorney at Law.
Lea-al business of all kinds Bromotlv
to. 8tatee Attorney of Rock bland
Office, Poatomoo Block.
McEniry 6c McF.nlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loam money oa rood security! make eoree-
ttooa. Reference, MltoheU Lyade, baaiara,
Offloe. Poatoaso Block,
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Boom ITMC1 Bolldlns. cor Third avenue
and Nineteenth street.
Edward S. Ham matt,
51 Whltaker building, Davenport. la.
Geo. F. 8taudunar,
Plana and su dc rin tend en oa for all class of
Buildings. Rooms as and Co, atltchell A Lvnde
Building. Take elevator.
Dr. W. H. Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office In TTeemen's new buildlnK. corner Sev
enteenth street and Third avenue. Lock island.
Telephone no. luss.
Dr. Cnas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttakar Block, aoathwaat corner
Third aad Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa
Koosas IT and 18. Hours: SoUa.BL,ltotp.aa.
r. a. oixowainua, H. B. a. a. tun, D.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
office award si Te:
avaal deuce TS1 Slat et.
Dc, Barth I Dr. Hollowbush
BtoWBawa, wrv iaa.au,
1 toSandl totp.m. 1 toSaadf to8p.s
W. A. Darling,
Room 4. V itchell A Lynde's building.
R. M. Fearce,
Booms St and 81 in Mitchell A Lynda's i
Building. Take elevator
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thing.
tt&IAT SCCZ XSLAKS TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock Cl Ralston
ujio doubt great; but what they
all should know, is thai theBm ,
f it, tJie tire or it,'jiclthe"cost
of itjeanaU be greatly reduced by
Santa Claus Soap.
"strm rnsmm mm
HRATINQ AND VENTILATING KNOINEKR8.
HAVE TOU SEEN .
THE ; CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral orl Real I state Scearity.
J M B tiro an. President.
Jobs Oi airoH, Vice President.
P UnkSHAWALT, Cashier,
8. R. cor. Atitchell A Lynde's new building.
Our Entire Trimmed Hat Stock,
Including all our Pattern Hats and Bonnets, over 7 so to select
from, no two the same, at Special Sale Prices as follows:
Any Trimmed Hat in stock, worth
' Any Trimmed Hat in stock, worth
Any Trimmed Hat in stock, worth
Any Trimmed Hat in stock, worth
50 dozen Dress Shapes, worth from
50 to a cents, for 20 cents.
25 dozen Dress shapes, worth 75 to
1, for 35 cents.
Sailor Hats, 10 cents.
Trimmed Sailors in all styles, 49c,
ioc, f 1 and f 1.55.
Leghorn Flats, the Litest bargains
ever offered, for 25 cents.
Incorporated Under the
O r Lyndo,
H P Dull,
R W Durst,
J M Buford.
Jacvsom A Uuturr, Solidtors.
Trilby and Blazer
That are made
to perfection in
cut, style, finish
from $1.48 up to
latest styles and
patterns at 25c,
50c. 75c, 85c, 99c
25 Per Cent
up to 12, your choice at 11.48.
np to 13, your choice at 12.26.
up to $4, "your choice at $3.00.
up to t-5, your choice at 14.00.
Nowhere so cheap, nowhere snch a
50 dozen wreaths, 2 cent quality,
for 5 cents.
25 dozen wreaths, 25 cent quality,
for 10 cents.
50 dozen Roses with Foliage, worth
30 cents, for 15 cents.
Wreaths made of Velvet Forget-Me
Not, an extra big bar (rain,
worth 50 cents, for 25 cents.
on puouc property.
Diamond' Joe Lias Wareaoase.
Soap Makers, Bock Island,
111 West Second Street