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AVTLMINGTON: MESSENGER, FRIDAY, JUL
MINE THOUSAND FREIGHT HA1ID
LERS IH CHICAGO GO OUT
SERIOUSLY AFFECT BUSINESS
Every Freight House of the Tvrenty-
Four Roads Concerned Is Prac
tically Tied lp-Tea maters Go Out
In Sympathy Every KITort Will be
Marie to Rrin? About a Peaceful
Settlement Aev Men Ueing Used
hy Some of the Roads.
imcago. July . A strike of 9.000
freight handlers in Chicago was called
today and every freight house of the
twenty-four railroads concerned is
practically tied up. Business men fear
that the strike will be the most serious
Which has affected their interests in
years. The principal railroad systems
The Chicago, Cincinnati and St.
Louis; Chicago and Greatwestern, Bal
timore and Ohio; Erie, Atchison, Tope
ka and Santa Fe; Chicago Terminal
Transfer Company; Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern; Rock Island; Chl
f fcago and Alton; the "Monon"; Chicago
and Eastern Illinois; Wabash, Grand
Trunk, Chicago, Burlington and Quin
cy; Pennsylvania; Chicago and North
western; Chicago, Milwauke and St.
Paul; Illinois Central; Michigan Central
-and the New York, El Platte.
These roads control over 100 ware
houses in- Chicago.
The strike was called by a committee
appointed at a. meeting of 1,000 freight
handlers held last night. The commit
tee was instructed to call a strike with
in forty-eight hours unless the railroads
should meet tho demands of the men at
once for an increase in wages, extra
pay for over time and holidays and re
cognition of the union.
The men in Michigan Central, Illi
nois Central and Wisconsin Central
houses on the lake were first to act.
With cheers one thousand men walked,
out from these warehouses alone. They
congratulated at the foot of Randolph
street viaduct where several speakers
counselled law abiding methods.
By messenger and by telephone all
other members of the Interior Freight
Handlers and Warehousemens Union,
were called out. Many of the railroads
managed to handle perishable commodi
ties by using men hired when the strike
The sympathy of the teamsters was
made apparent today. When the men
walked out of the Illinois Central ware
house the teamsters who were receiv
ing or unloading freight immediately
took their trucks away.
' That the railroads are expecting a
strenuous struggle was made evident
today when the chief detective of an
eastern road bought 100 billies, the en
. tire stock of a prominent firm.
Chairman Job of the state board of
arbitration, said today that he would
use every possible effort to bring about
peace between the men and their em
ployers. Mayor Harrison had planned to go on
a vacation but said today that if the
strike was not settled he would remain
in the city.
The men on strike include Foremen,
check and receiving and delivery clerks,
sealers, callers, weighmasters, steve
dores, coopers and elevator men.
Two wagon loads of new men were
taken to the Illinois Central warehouse
under police guard during the after
noon. It is believed that all of the Chi
cago and Northwestern men left. Offi
cials of the Pennsylvania claimed that
of the S00 men employed by them only
twelve walked out and that six of these
W. C. Brown, general manager of the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern said
to the Associated Press:
"About SO per cent, of our men went
out. The remainder, with additional
help which we have hired, are handling
our business as "well as could be expect
ed. Our business is not tied up and
will not be."
J. T. Haiahan, second vice president
of the Illinois Central said that about
half of his company's 450 men had
struck but that "he had men close at
hand to take their places."
Mr. Harahan said he thought the
strike could have been avoided if the
men had been willing to consult with
roads through their own committees in
stead of through their union.
It was reported tonight that the Illi
nois Central will bring four hundred
men from the south to take the places
of the strikers. Other roads were said
to be takinsr similar measures, bringing
in men from the country districts, or
other cities on their systems.
Chairman Job, of the state board of
arbitration said to the Associated
"I have sent letters to the managers
of twenty-four roads affected and to
President Curran, of the Freight Hand
lers, offering the services of the board
in attempting to bring about a settle
ment. So. far I have received no reply
from any of them."
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
.John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is rated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almos tyellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain continual
ly in back and sides, no appetite grad
ually growing weaker day by day.
Three physicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
"Electric Bitters;' and to my great joy
and surprise, the first bottle made a de
cided Improvement. I continued their
use for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they saved my life, and
robbed the grave of another victim."
No one should fall to try them. Only
-o cts.. guaranteed, at R. R. Bellamy's
. drug store.
In the house of commons A- J. Bal-
- four, the government leader, announces
thJat aji autumn session, of parliament
would be necessary, beginning about
the middle of October, and that the
" house would adjourn, early in August.
The Madrid express was derailed to
day, owing to some unknown cause
near Garda (Portugal). Nearly all the
cJars were wrecked. Six persona were
killed and twenty-seven were injured.
Near Clifton Forge, Va.. John Craw
ford shot and killed two brothers,
named Cash, of Low Moore. Crawford,
who has been arrested, will not explain
the cause of the shooting, except to
say that one of the Cash boys threat-
- ened to cut his throat.
David B. Wills, Manager of Wll
nlngton'i Iaat Season's Iiase Dall
Team, Marrlev Admiral Skerrett'
Daughter-She vras a Social Fav
orite la Washington and Went on
the Stagre a Few Years Ago.
(From The Baltimore Sun.)
Memphis, Tenn., July 4. The cul
mination of a romantic courtship oc
curred here yesterday, when ravid
Wills, a former fottball and baseball
leader at the University of Virginia,
and later a firstbaseman on the Louis
ville team, was wedded to Miss Edythe
W. Skerrett. of Washington, D. C.
daughter of the late Admiral Skerrett,
United States navy.
Miss Skerrett arrived from New York
on a morning train, and wa3 driven at
once by the groom to Grace church,
where the marriage knot was tied.
Parental objection was the cause of
the young lady's leaving her family
while in New York. Mr. Wills has been
on the Chickasaw baseball team.
After the ceremony the couple pro
ceeded to the ball grounds. Wills
donned his uniform and put forth a
great game, while the bride applauded
his efforts, against the Jeffersonville
(Special Dispatch to the Sun.)
Washington, July 4. Miss Edythe
W. Skerrett, -who was married yester
day at Memphis to David B. Wills, of
the Memphis Baseball Club, is well
known in Washington, "where she has
lived the greater part of her life. She
was prominent in the social life of the
capital until her father's death, some
Bix year3 ago. Shortly thereafter she
went on the stags in New York and ap
peared successfully in a. number of
P'ays. Her brother, Robert J. Skerrett,
is connected with the navy department
and designed the Santiago battle med
als bestowed upon officers, marines and
sailors who took part in sea fight and
campaign around Cuba.
Poisoning the System.
It is throutrh thf bowels that the bodv
is cleansed of impurities. Constipation
keens thes noisons in thA svstpm.
often causing serious Illness. DeWItt's
Little Early Risers rrevent this bv
stimulating the liver tjid Dromote easv
action of the bowels. Safe pills. They
never gripe, k. ii. Bellamy
JOSEPH CIIAMDEIILAI.V IXJIREI1.
Engluud's Colonial Secretary Hurt
In h Cnl Accident The Wounds
Are Aot Serious.
London, July 7. The colonial secre
tary, Joseph Chamberlain, was some
what severely cut on the head this af
ternoon as the result of a cab accident
in White Hall. The wounds were not
serious. His hansom was passing
through the Canadian arch when th
horse slipped and Mr. Chamberlain was
precipitated forward with great vio
lence. His head struck and shattered
the glass front of the cab and wa,
badly lacerated and bled profusely
Mr. Chamberlain had to remain at the
Charing Cross hospital all night. It is
officially announced that Mr. Chamber
lain is suffering from a scalp wound
which is of a severe but not dangerous
The gash on his forehead required a
number of stitches.
Austen Chamberlain, oldest son of th
secretary, is with, his father, as are also
his two secretaries.
Mr. Chamberlain is resting quietly
but the doctors are not sure he can b
demands that you be on the alert i.o
see that you get Painkiller (Perry
Davis') when you ask for it; some
dealers will try and persuade you vo
take something else, claimed to be just
as good; insist upon getting Painkiller,
the remedy which has been the world s
family doctor for 60 years; it never
fails to stop diarrhoea, gripping pains
in the stomach or bowels, dysentery,
tc. Large bottles 25 and 50 cents.
Increase of Wages.
Sioux City, Iowa, July 7. As a result
of a conference between Representa
tives of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneap
olis and Omaha Railroad Company ana
of the boiler makers, machinist and
helpers employed by the company, an
advance of 25 cents a day In wages has
TO MEET IX WILMINGTON.
.eJLt Year's Convention of the
Xorth Carolina Association of Elks
Will he Held at Wrightsvllle
Reach The O ulcers Elected nt
William J. Bellamy, Esq., returned
yesterday from Asheville, where he
went to represent Wilmington Lodge,
No. 532, B. P. O. Elks, at the annual
convention of the North Carolina As
sociation of Elks.
The convention was held July 4th and
5th. and headquarters were at the Bat
tery Park hotel.
Upon authority of ihe Wilmington
lAdge. Mr. Bellamy extended an invi
tation to the associaation to held its
1903 convention in Wilmington. The
invitation was accepted, and the date
for the meeting is to be arranged by
the director general. The business
meetings are to be held at Wrightsvllle
The association elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year:
President B. S. Davis, of Charlotte.
Vice-President Harvey M- Dickson,
Director General W. F. Robertson, of
Secretary and Treasurer John R.
Turrentine. of Wilmington. "
Grand Marshal Walter Murphy, of
Deputy Grand Marshal H. W. Wil
son, of Charlotte. ,
Wilmington not only got two of the
principal officers, but two members on
the board of directors Messrs. C. W.
Polvogt and L. Stein.
When the convention comes here
next year, it will bring several hun
dred Elks, and among the features is
to be a fantastic parade. The uniforms
for the occasion will be ordered from
the north, and it will be el great event
There Is also to be a mammoth theatri
cal performance by local and profes
sional talent, and, of course, a mag
nificent banquet will be the crowning
THE JULY TERM CONVENED
Judge Henry R. Bryan, of Xew Dern,
Is Presiding, and Mr. Phil Pear sail
Is Foreman of the Grand Jury.
Tony Ashe Pleads Guilty of Lar
cenyConvicts Sent to the Public
The superior court of New Hanover
county convened yesterday at 10 a. m
His Honor Judge Henry R. Bryan, of
New Bern, presiding. The officers of
the court in attendance were Solicitor
Rodolph Duffy, Colonel John D. Tay
lir. clerk, and Sheriff F. H. Stedman.
The following grand jury was em-
pan neled: H. W. Howell, George
Grant, Phil Pearsall, E. L. Smith, Wil
liam Iteiter, John W. Kerr. S, Q. Frink.
William Tienken. George Darden, W.
L. Dukes. J. F. Huggins, E. Lilly, J.
B. Smith. C. E. Gordon. W. L. Coney,
D. J. Patrick, T. A. Lawther, G. W.
Upon order of the court Mr. Phil
Pearsall was made foreman of the
grand jury and Mr. Chas. M. Harris
The grand jury retired and found
bills on several mdictments.
Cases were taken ud and disnosed of
Tony Ashe, colored, larcenv. nleadfnl
guilty, and sentenced to four months
on the public roads.
U es Richardson, colored, larcenv.
verdict guilty. 12 months on the pub
James H. Jones, colored, abandon
ment, judgment suspended on navment
of the costs.
Elliott Lane, colored, carrying con
cealed weapon, sentenced to four
months on the public roads.
Thomas Wei la and Willie Thomas.
colored, larceny. Wells submitted and
was sentenced to four months on the
public roads. Verdict of not guilty as
Red Bill, colored. Cruelty to animals.
guilty, not sentenced.
Wes Richardson, colored, larcenv.
verdict not guilty.
Julia Moore, colored, assault with a
deadly weapon, not guilty.
Fred Howe, colored, larcenv. verdict
guilty, 12 months on the public roads.
Albert Gause. larceny, verdict eruiltv.
Lou Moore, colored, assault with a
deadly Aveapori, guilty of simple as
sault, not sentenced.
At 6 D. m. the court took a recess till
0 o'clock this morning.
Regular Meeting of the Doard of
County Commissioners Jurors
Drawn for the August Term of the
Superior Court Mr. Pembroke
Jones' Ronri Other Matters.
The board of county commissioners
of New Hanover county, met in regular '
session yesterday at 2:30 p. m. The
members present were Chairman D.
McEachern and Commissioners Gabriel
Holmes, F. A. Montgomery, J. F. Alex
ander and H. L. Vollers.
The following jurors were drawn for
the term of the superior court of New
Hanover county which convenes, Au
gust 11th, for the . trial of criminal
B. F. King, J. D. Reynolds, S. H.
Mintz, Montie Hewett, Morris Green
blatt, I. J. Sternberger, G. W. Duncan,
N. B. Chadwick, Henry E. Bonitz, W.
B. Jones, E. T. Jewell, J. T. Burke,
ohn W. Harper, Jr., T. M. Justice,
ohn W. Reilly, Virginus Hall, E. N.
Penny, Lucian L. Bland, John M.
Wright, J. S. Canady, A. H. Robbins,
H. G. Smallbones, Charles H. O'Berry,
E- J. Littleton, Isadore Bear, A. H.
Benson, S. R. Ellis, James M. Murphy,
J. L. Callahan, S. L. Smith, Joshua G.
Skipper, Warren S. Johnson, E. J. La
nier, J. J. Jordon, W. L. Parsley, Wal
Dr. W. D. McMillan, county superin
tendent of health, submitted his report
for the month of June. During the
month he treated 179 cases at his office,
and paid 43 visits to 38 patients at their
tiomes. He reports the jail, county
home and convict camp as in good san
itary condition. At the .convict camp
there was one case of continued fever
and a few light fevers. Three patients
were sent from the camp to the James
Walker Memorial' hospital one with
continued fever, one with tuberculosis.
and one with abcess of the foot. There
were no acute cases in the jail or coun
ty home. Amanda Walker, an inmate
of the home, died during the month at
the hospital. Referring to health condi
tions in the county. Dr. McMillan re
ports that during the month there were
seven cases of typhoid fever and two of
scarlatina in the city and county.
Several taxpayers appeared before the
board to request corrections in the as
sessment of their property. The same
were promptly referred.
J. O. Carr, Esq., attorney for Mr.
Pembroke Jones, appeared before the
board, with a petition asking the board
to discontinue the public road which
runs by Summer Rest towards Scott's
Hill, passing through lands on upper
Wrightsvllle Sound recently purchased
by Mr. Jones, and In lieu thereof to al
low Mr. Jones to change the public
road so as to bring it into Wrightsvllle
by way of Macumber's store. Mr.
Jones purchased a large tract of land
for a game preserve, and his object in
desiring to change the road, is to keep
it from running through the main body
of his property. He proposes to change
the road with out any cost to the coun
tv and will make a. rood road of it.
The matter was referred to a commitfee
consisting of Commissioners Alexander,
Holmes, Vollers and Montgomery and
they will go down Thursday to make
examination and report back to the
The report of Sol J. Jones, superinten
dent of public roads, as to work done
in June, was received and placed on
The chairman reported that he had
granted license to E. T. Howard & Co
to retail liquor at Carolina Beach, and
the same was approved.
An application received from J.
F. Stolter for license to retail liquor at
the club house of Hanover Seaside Club,
at Carolina Beach, "was laid over -until
the same can be made out in the proper
The board took a recess till 2:20 p. in
next Monday when there will be a joint
meeting' -with the confederate pension,
Succeeding In Texas.
We are glad to hear rood news from
our young friend. Mr. Fairfax Crow,
who left Wilmington three years ago
to'go to Waco, Texas, where he went
to be cashier and bookkeeper cf the
big cotton seed oil mill of the Na
tional cotton Oil Company. Mr. Crow
was on the eve of comlne hom.v but
upon tne promotion of manager
Hudgens to the vice-presidency of the
coniDany tot Texas- ne wax m.m,- man
ager to succeed Mr. uudgens.
The Messenirer conirralulates Mr
Crow, who is auite a. voune man for
sucn an important position. And we
hope his position is but a stepping
stone to a higher omce.
The Waco mill is one nf th I.ire-Ast
In this country, being about twice the
size or the Wilmington mill.
Summer complaint is unusually prev
alent among children this season. A
well developed case in the writer's fam
ily was cured last week by the timely
use of Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best pat
ent medicines manufactured and which
is always kept on hand at the home cf
ye scribe. This is not intended as a free
puff for the company, who oo not an-
vertlse with us, but to benefit little suf
ferers who may not be within easy ac-
cesss of a physician. No family should
be without a bottle oi ihis medicine in
the house, especially in summer-time.-
Lansing, Iowa, Journal. For sale by R.
Waynesville Courier - In a private
letter to one of our townsmen Congress
man Moody expresses himself as not
only hopeful but sure that the national
park bill which haa passed the senate
will become a law as ooon as the house
has another chance at it.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tie Kind You Have Always Bought
Winston Journal: It i3 reported that
the famous Yadkin cou ity Red Strings,
who play three games cf base ball here
this week, have won every game they
have played for five years. This is dua
largely to fine playing, but to some ex
tent, it is said, to the fact that they
always shoot the umpire when the score
begins to look dangerous.
Durham Herald: Th:re is much com
plaint of the management of the Watts
hospital, and while as yet it is nothing
more than street talk, t Is calculated
to do the institution great harm and
should be brought to ihe attention of
the board of directors, and this para
graph is written in the hope that it will
answer that purpose.
Bears tne 1,18 m Toa nava Always
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought
Asheville Citizen: Ihet the city is
rapidly filling up can b- verified by a
survey of the delivery books of the
Asheville Transfer Company. For the
last two . weeks the trunks received
have numbered nearly three times as
many as those checked away Satur
day out of nearly 125 trunks handled by
that company only 23 w ere checked out.
For biliousness use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
cleanse the stomach and regulate the
liver and bowels, effecting a quick and
permanent cure. For sale by R, R.
Bellamy's drur store.
A Boy Drowned.
(Special to The Messenger.)
Fayetteville, N. C, July 7. Robert
Foster, the ten-year-old son of R. J.
Foster, of Hickory, who was visiting
in this section with Mrs. Addie Hall,
was drowned in the Cape Fear river
today, six miles below Fayetteville- He
dived while swimming and failed to
The Same Old Story.
J. A. Kelly relates an experience sim
ilar to that which has happened in al
most every neighborhood in the United
States and has been told and re-told by
thousands of others. He says: "Last
summer I had an atcack of dysentery
and purchased a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, which I used according to
directions and with entirely satisfactory
results. The trouble was controlled
much quicker than form.r attacks when
I used other remedies." Mr. Kelly is a
well known citizen of Henderson, W:
For sale by R. R. Bellamy.
It is prlactioally settled that the Unit
ed States will abandon its coaling sta
tion at Triscornia, in Havana harbor
and Secretary Moody probably will
have the coal now in the warehouse
put aboard a collier and carried away.
As an exhibition of 1U own and an In
dex of the nation's prosperity, the Unit
ed States Steel Corporation's report for
the first six months of the current year,
showing net earnings of $64,407,153. Is a
most Interesting document. The yearly
net profits of this single corporation are
now double the amount of the total rev
enues of the United States government
in the year Lincoln vas elected. Its
wase-roll carries on an average of the
round year over 158,000 names an army
of employes larger by 4,000 than serve
the national government in every
branch of its civil service, classified and
unclassified, excepting only fourth-class
postmasters; outnumbering by 55,000 the
total number of enlisted men in tne
American army and .Kry, and slightly
exceeding the total peace strength or
the entire British army at home and
abroad. New York World-
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Cut this out and take it to R. R. Bel
lamy's Drug Store ard get a box of
fnmWiafn'a ctrunnrh and Liver Tab
lets. The best physic They also cor
rect disorders of the siomacn. race
TViq trttfrnr i1anoHmnt VlJl R decided &.Q
M. A. . I . J .w.-
motorloltv wrc!i"ft th cize Of the Asi-
atic squadron. Very few of the larger
vessels .-will be recalled, but a good
many of the smaller ones will be
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered from distressing
rtalna and ppneral ill "tlth due to indi
gestion,- says L. W. Spalding. Vero
na, Mo. "Two years ago x koi ner to
try KodoL She grew belter at once and
now eats anything she wants, remark
ing that she fears no bad effects as
she has her bottle of Kodol handy."
It is nature's own tonic B. R. Bellamy.
Eczemma, Psoriasis, S&M
Rlieom, Tetter and Acnie
Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that
cause more genuine bodily discomfort and umiy than all other .known
diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because
of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination ar?
taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids
that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an inde
scribable itching ana DUrning, ana
the yellow, watery discharge forms
into crusts and sores or little brown
and white scabs that drop off, leaving
the skin tender and raw. The effect
of the poison may cause the skin V9 0 513 W. Central 8u,Wican,Kaa.
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may
consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, red bunps upon
the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin
diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring
relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. O
O Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge.
We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent
free to all who wish it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Caw
WM. E. WORTH & CO,
Ice and Coal.
WE ARE MAKING AND SELLING THE PUREST ICE IN THIS CITY.
OUR PRICES ARE ALIKE TO EVERY CUSOMER TAKING LIKE
QUANTITIES, AND WE DO NOT INTEND TO BE UNDERSOLD.
THE PUBLIC KNOWS THAT WE HAVE THE CAPACITY AND THE
EQUIPMENT TO FURNISH MORE ICE THAN CAN BE USED IN THIS
WE DO NOT CLAIM TO OWN YO U, BUT RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT
WM. E. WORTH & COMPANY.
FACTORY' PHONES :
Bell.' ... 94.
Interstate, . . 146.
The Independent Ice Co
Is still making
High Grade Ice
And is selling at LOW GEASE PEICES.
We wish to assure the rublie that no f .
forts on the part of our competitors will be
succession in underselling us.
All parties concerned mav as waII
stand our position first
We are thoroughly
ICE and to SELL it. This is our business and
we intend to push it
Bell - - - 68.
Interstate - - 197.
Cotton 1 les
Dont make any contract until you get
our prices. We ofler
CANNED GOODS. GRAIN, HAY. NAILS, LIME AND CEMENT.
THE WORTH CO.
The MurcWson National Bank
Of Wilmington, N. C.,
13 PREPARED WITH AMPLE ASSETS TO SERVE THE BUSINESS PUB
LIC. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL ON US OR WRITE US WHEN YOU
HAVE OCCASION TO USE A BANK.
Capital, Surplus and Stock Liability, - $ 450,000.00
Total Assets, - - - - 1,100,000.00
WE CEi H FCrin EXC2CE.
h. a McQueen,
170-3 - TCS LTJGniU iMril-llCj
Ideally located on the AskeviS Sbfcw. unitary. U. S. Army CZcer rTif. ' C?tt ttorn.
June 13, thar. tat, tus tm -
" I can cherfally endorse your S. S.S.
as a cum Sot Eciem. I vu troubled
with it for 25 years and trid many
raaadiss with no rood effect, but aftex
uslmr a few bottles of S. 3. S. was entire
ly reSWved. Wm. CasnpbU.
blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all poisonous accumu
lations, antidotes the Uric and other acids, and
restores the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulates
and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impuri
ties pass off through the natural channels and
DOCK STREET DEPOT :
Bell. . . . 64.
eauitroed to WATTE
Dock St. Depot Fhoneo:
Bell .... 556
Interstate ... 334.
THE ORDER OF THE DAY.
besides all kinds of
J. V. GRAINGER.