The Daily News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1882, Joliet, Illinois
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sofry to iiATi ti) itin^uijil»
that Fatíw Shoehy’s devotion »the
H. B. BAPPWiy. Mawaoctq Eeíito».
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we sh*ll h*f« »« op«r»tor »t thii
The News ia pleased to note that ai oraneil baa at l«t fixed 06 » commiUeeto talk to the railroads ranning through Joliet on the subject of gates, the ordinance was passed some time afifo and yet there aeems to be no action on the part of ^he roads. Railroads require push-in<(, and this committee can do ‘ a -^Wftfedealiif ^
their accustomed skill lá this direc* tion. Gentlemen you know what
the citizens expect and you will
undoubtedly be able to tickel your
chins and say you hare done it in a
Ptsek if you wish it.
The National Labor Tribune has heen sued for libel and conspiracy, by some men named ' Mellon and Corey. The National Labor Tril^ nne takes a matter of tact yie w of it and says: U is evident, however
that this corporation is intent upon crushing out the Labor Tribune, it beinir, as one ot the members oi the corporation referred to said some time ago, ‘Hhe mortar with which the bricks of-these labor ori^ aujza tions is cemented together, am tlmt “were the accursed sheet out o the wav we (they the corporations, etc.) would be able to run our works much cheaper, as the organizations wonld crumble for want of the
means to comiqp,nicate with each other.” That was pretty good, we ihottgbt, and wondered then when the time would come for the attempt. It is evident that we did
not have long to wait. D. R.
Jones, Praident of the Miners As-saociation, is also involved in the suit. No doubt Ike whole qdeltioo as to the right of labor organizations to have a paper devoted to thoir interests wi 1 be tested and decided. Generous oflers of assistance to tight this battle have been made us, foi which we return onr most sincere . thanks. We shall have occasion to refer to thismattter' again whenever the bill of particulars referred "to is given. Mellon, Corey ^t al have ' doubtless made a mistake which they will douMey regret. ;There is an army strong
that swear by the Labor Tribune and that army is marching on to be
a power that in time will langh at ; mph monopolies.
'icanse in wLich hete beefl^oir^ valiant soldier bas_so far impaired bis hWh"^athe will be obhdgd:
to break olf bis dumerous lecture engagements^^ ’ ^ disappoiutmenl bis auuouncement will cause ^bose who expected to hear the patriot priest will not be greater than that experienced by Father Sheehy him--self, who bas refused to abandon hiáTkbor of love till t he last moment, when it became evident that be could no longer bear up hhder the afduoua work of constantly traveling and
’It will be remeni^red that befoie coming to the United Statw Father Sheehy had spent some timeÍHjKil“ mainham Jail, where his health was undermined by the poisened air he waa ohlidged fo bmtb. HJn his^ ta.se from Kilmainham he came to this country alter spending-u- few weeks in Paris to recuperate. Immediately on his arrival in the United States he Set to work with a zeal that never |)ermitted him to rest tor rt fiiiigle imoiient. bince his arrival he bas traveled thousands of miles in his work on behalt ot the Land League. It was no unfrequeut tblng TorTOiTld spéak in one town and to immediately afterwards-start for a distant town to address another audieuce.
This constan! traveling and speaking would break down a much stronger man than I ather Sheehy. But he was 80 much wrapped up in his work that he would not listen to any suggestion about rest. He is now suffering from his devotion to the great cause for which he lias done 80 much. The millions of the
6E0B6E MinAtOE &ÍON,
Adwtt»«aenti Imd Uan 3 ttm will M pot»hi>h«Ki m tue i<f w« anrter ih« he*diniff. 'RepC’“For 8*l«,”*‘Lort,'*«tc., «85 cenit iwi weeA.
A'ÑY Pei*o»i d'Mti'aiHi wish their wmUr r»tee rtiihavt • DWter pat In hj »PpíyjOf »t the *t)ffloe No,4 SHinthOtUwaHtr.et. ’ ittTlw j
B.-kROAlN -Auy pereon wl htug to buy ft furm in low*, clueo to íUtlroéd »l*tfoiL c*n get n
halenipe on tipe. Blair Street.
A house, bsn sul Irt MTiws. 'reimi*, one-hslf cssh, Ci^l St Belsy's Isilor shop,
CMIR SALl CH *AP - --—, -—^. r with « fruit tr^. Teimif, one-hslf cssh.
17*0B SALE-Good ho«!t«s hsrn, snd seven seres
r of • • ■*“ "*
, OAAiJn —wvw &svma'>| ve—•-» ^ m m ^---^
» w Isnd ins de the ccrporstlxrd of Lochpvrt. Inquire of Patrick T> rell, ou premls-^s. 4-im
r)R^klK f— the corner store nest .^effer.-on str
street brldsre. now occupied by M. K. Bsnnou-inquire by LsWHSNClS trfcg
IE* N r— utcely fh.r* tshed room oentrsuy r loUied Address box % 838-1»
In MiicOjpbert Ingsire sdditloD Tiiisi'uhMjr tJie 'km AdduTof,
[>o#l^*Vhe*Fslr QroumU, ftit flTS-i»
j'OB 80 ÓAYS -1 will olfer for sale my ¡9) sere
good house sn
;lslly sdopted to garden ng, with eooQ ouuot- »uJ barn and outer bu Idings, two wells snd young orchard snd sU or eight hundred #msll fruit trees, 50 bear ng cherry trees; i% m lea* south esst of Court Uouse. snqulre st4 Soulh Ghlca«o»t, B. SIMPSON. *31-11»
1"?01ÍKENTdR.S,Vl.k—#I acres of choice tsnd ^ Kast offud ;djoinlhg the Pen ti-uiiary known as ihy"PrtsoD izardt-n and larm. Filtt-en ftc»e- of garden In tbehes state of cul Ivatlua, au'i the re uialutng 35 good pastor with good vster sud a cotnforrable house with good cellar and a rma 1 bam Will be letoa reasonable terms by appil-catlou to J AMES NOIaAN No. 1.0 .->001. street Joliet m. ...........
Says no Advance in prices, wd that it w A p(»itiye fe^khaih/" goods'Were
l[%ñ fiJinsE^ou the" best Flmir milled m "America, namely, the
Never Lower Than. Now.
TOO CAN MAKE YOÜE .SELECTION FROM
in Dundas, Minnesota; also, the Ira ted'Hungariaii Flour, milled in St. Louis, Mo. You can always depend upott getting good our, as I bring in car Ig^d lots.
25 DOZ EACH.
SCARLET, WHITE. GRAY AND MIXED UNDERWEAR.
75 DoZ' Gloves and Mittens
desiring coplmi of the Chicago Morning and ¿>BDing News and Chicago Moraing Herald can now obU n them from W. rt.
IOST—A .Mink Ooii, ou Raymon ^ j tween It chmond Street aadpneida.
Irish race, to whom he bas endeared himself by his loyalty to mother Ii^-lind, will sympathize with him in his sickness, and anxiously pray for hisrecovery.—Irish World.
MJ iween u cuuiuuuwucoi will «felige by ref aulug to thi* office
. be Kinder 23pt9* '
Lost » R.STÜLKN-4JU ^onlh Jo,let «travl, a sklit, sheet, package of sugar, coff e 'lea,
flour and other th’inga. “The finder will please re
DO asked, 213 iwp
OOK IIERei--rpholsterTngi matlniss maliíñg, j and feathers reoovated at No- 13 Jeffersoir
turn the same aud no questions will otherwise the law wi:l take Us ccurso.
FnAriEtl & PUKSBU.,
Lost—Á two year Old white helfen Ibetween Joliet street and R. I. Jk P. Depot.
GEG. KO^Et, BloflLaU
WANTE j immediately, a man with |?00 at this placa to repraaent Chlcag » maBnfaciuri^ busineaa htriag uo compeiittion, CaJatC.F. Brydeu, hmbertson Honse. 28J-H
rpo RENT—A few roomt to a small family. In-1 “
qitre at thtaoffice.
ttyANfkti-Three young German ladies who
W understand all klnda of housework, dMire a
f f aUUtSrSLBUU mu iwaivao w* —--
plic# In t respecUble lamily, Apply at M wn ton kroet. m-twpá
A boy 14 to 18 years old to learn .. K—— - ttusluea*. at Naws ofllce. None but
careful, faithfbl boys need apyly. _
aNTED -Due or two nicely furnished rooms.
Juliet Monday Eve. Jan. 16th -
THE ONLY AXD ORIGINAL
the finest co^ieany traveling
In the Beaatitul Irish Play
DAY A LITTLE. AND EACH DAY A NKaíS.
Every day a little knowledge. One fact in a day. How small is one tact I Only, onel Ten years pass by. Three thousand six hua--dred and fifty facts are not a small thing.
Every day a little seU-denial. The thi^ that is difficult to do to-day will be an easy thing to do three hundred and sixty" days hence, if each day it shall have been repeated. What power ot self mastery shall he enjoy who seeks every day to practice the grace he prays for.
Every day a little happiness. We live for the good of others, if our ‘ living he in any sense true living. It is not in great deeds ot kindness only that the blesainiMS found. In *Hittlc deeds ot kindness,*' repeated every day, we find true happiness. At home, at school, in the street, at the neighbors houke, in the playground, we ^shall find Opportunily every day for nsefulness.
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with or without board by two young bncinees . Addrew P. O Box, l739,Clty. tf
150 SETS LADIES’, MISSES,'AND CHILDREN’S FENS.
Cents' Fur Caps
WANTED—'I'wo young mor. want board in ,a private famllv. wufiin live or ten minóte a | walk of court houae.addrew **W. H tblB ofllce
At the Cut-off,
L BSVB, PROf EIETOB.
uilbert Br^. NeW] York Putent Buckwheat, at 60c and Í12Ó per Sack.
Choice Valencia Large Raisins, at 12c per lb.,.pr 10k by box.
hoice French Prunes, 12c per lb., 10 lbs. for 11.00.
Great Bargains in
Turkish Prunes at 8c i>er jiound.J
As I buy ail my j^ooda io car loadt, I ©an sell you vary law in quaolitles. Also,
Baled Hay, .— Corn and Outs, by the ton, or leas quantity.
Theie are eitra nice, and out up in a superior, tidy mailt er, and w an anted to please you. /
Apple Butter, -Quince Butter,
Peach Butter, piiim Butter,
_ Tomato Preserves,
- Orange Marmalade.
2llfean Blackberries, per doz. $1.50 211) can Damson Plums, “ > 50
31b can Tomatoes, ^ ' 1.5C
Tbeae are a bargain at these prices
Choice Apples of all kinds, PoLi-toei. Rutabaga Tiirnips^ YeUow Onions, Beans, Dried Apples, at
whofesalo. v^t received a large supply.
Winter Goods to be
And as (ur trude has increasr u sufli-ciently to give the cost 'of advertíNtíoibnl to our falrous, we shall hereafter not vortisr, .and give you the btnefli. it.
So Gome Cni
For Bargains At The New York Bazar
- 61i JEFFERSON —
1 feeepftbe largest stock.and variety of goods in this city. I can and will sell you ^ods to your satisfaction.
ANTBU—A reliable man to drive and care for a team. Particulars given at 67 Jefferson Street.
To RENT by a man and wife, a
r\p tiarn PaYnmA. AúdrCM K’’
small houte.or two rooms.
YITANTED—Apealtlon asclerk, grocery Vv ierable/3 years experience m business
dress lockbox 1163 P .0.
WANTED — Girl for second wofl. H. K. 9TEVSNS,-<:ass street._
WANTED-A sitnation by a responsible wom^ as help la a private family. Inquire at the Niwsoffice.*^ *íH'Ívv
^I^AN TE u—Fur Ishcd room
without board A-ddress G dally News •iié-lw
VÁNTKD—A few good carM’nters, inside work, steady work tor
160 Jefferson street.
—Board in a private family by a
, ,......... ly I.
Addres.s B 42 daily News 236-1 w
THE LEAUEB IN LOW fKICES.
F. W. SCHROEDER,
Cor. Eastern Ave. and Washington Streets. Storehouses 130 and 132 Washington Bt.
A class for young men to stndy Mathematics EnvUsh, or Classics, will be opened on Monday evening, liMh Instant, over No.97 Jeflewon street, by W. d. Walker, who has many years experence SB a snccessMl educator, in prepanug Stadenm for the Urlversities, Coik'gts of Law aud Medicines, aud for Civil and Commercial apP« «t* meiits. - -
/ Y Lots for sale.-If yon want a home cheap. ZOVJ easy payment, In a healthy 1ocb1Uj\ call ^ Dr. G. O. Ravnor who has some of the finest
bn Dr. G. 0. Ravnor who has soraeoi me uhcti and cheapest building lots in the city for sale. »tl
And the first Managcnn America loreducti
0. FÜX oflers his large stock at Manufacturer’s prices. They were never lower than now. A present any lady would appreciate, a set of Furs or a Fur Cap.
Give It Away.
An cccnrate Litbcgrapb Poitralt of
Keeps up lwith the times lu Styié and Quality. His stock of 1
Owllery --' ...................
RcAoared Seati Lowrer Floor-
FOR SALE AT GORMANS.
Drop Into Fox’s and see the fine display of Silk Kdkfs, . Mufflers. Wristlets and Neckwear, just the thing for a Christmas or New Year’s present.
SKIN DISEASES CURED.
By Dr, Frtwler’i Majpietic Oiilitment. Cnrc If by magic, Pimples, Black Heada or Grub», Blotcbe» and Ernptionb on the face, leaving tbo flkln clear, healthy and leantinu. AUo curca Itah, Barber’s Itch," Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ring worm, Scald Head, Chapped Hand», Sore Nipple», Hoir« Up», old, ohatlnale Ulcera and Score», Ac.
Piles, Piles, Piles .'
F. Drake, E»q, Cleveland, 0., aufiecod beyond all deecrlptlon from a nkln dlaeaee which appoatv efl on hl« hand», head and face, and nearly de»-troved kia ^ea^ moet carcftil docturing fall
^^knowMge of events aroudd your home, moW ^events qI the bufeide world than it you took all the (^^.her papers in Joliet. Each day .you hear of some good deed by which you can móraly |rofifc, Each day learn of some frauii iff the world which by kaojrledge you can avoid. Each ^ as it goel to your hopae your wife family^ will be made i^happy and more ínteiligent! Each day pay, ofis peniy for it, and it re--
your tye teHy
troved kl» eye». 'jnemoBv curcim uuvw. .u^ .ou- ^ -
^ .i mm»m. ^ m.. A ^ Q «^ I« nWimAFP
Dt. Xrajicr’» Magic Ointment and wae cnred by a few application».
Tke Brit md only positivo cttc tir.fkin dleeaso» ever diícoveredí Sent by mai^ou receipt bl prlee, Firrv CfNTs, V : CLEVELAND, 0.
A Sure Cure Found at Last. No One Need SnSer.
A »nrb ctii^for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Pile» ha» been dUcovered by Dr. Will iamr«i Indian remedy, ct|!od Dr- William’» Indian Oltómeat. Aalnile bw t** the wqift chronic c»»eé of SHvar 8ft years mandlng. Noonk need inffer five minutes after applying thl» wonderful «oothmg medicine, ¿^tlon^lneimmente, ,jind electiuirtc# Mo more harm than gooA Will-lain'» Ointment abíorb» the tumors, allay» the in tense Itching, partlcularijr at night alter getting
For Blind.’Bleeding. Itching or Ulcerated. Mies,
price 11. by iivtti. Fdr ííAle bv Drag^tA-
And «veÍ7 young Lady that wtdhe»5to secare an
Bdocation that pays should call at the Joliet Bus-
AS0UENTLH1IÍN. Thl» iqMituttoo Is noff in its I6th y«ar, 'iriih lo
■ewedamnraiMieoffontlnoed iuco^ Hn©<>)fbdR of young men now m good eltuively proven thiti»oqofi™® ®rm»tlliCtien will pay better: CaU for circular containlM Kom oi MsUmdalili fItoB our best cltfaen» afla the State
painless relief, and is prepared only for Plle^ itching of the private parts, and for nothing else.
Read what the Hon v J, M. OofBbewyifWf Gtew-land, says about Dr. Wllliqra’s Indian Pile Olnt-mentJ I have used scores ot Pile Cdroe,'Unh it affords me. pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such Immediate and perma nent relief as Dr. WMlllam's Indian Ointment.
. For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of prlMi,|l.
Next to California Tea Store,
Iyhyeiclan and Surgeon. Residence on Clintqn strexn, first house west of Chamberlin'». Offl(^ at Drug Store, No. 91 Jefferson street. 3d door west of Rock Island croasing. .
o. c. raynOr, M. ,
lUTSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office In Ü3© F old post office budding. R^deuce, cor-ner Broadway and Oneida St., Joliet, llUno^ Connected with Telephone Exchange, Orders can be left at Cenlral Office.
^ W. M. RICHARDS. IW. D„
Physician and surgeon. Office in cieipent'» building west of court house. Residence on corner cf Kictardr w>d Washington streets^_
dr. A. NASH,
J..W lU allM 9 w W 4/* ***• r- ^
through the Telephone Exchange, wlU D® promptly anawered.
CHAS. TV. ST/EHLP:.' OOKBINDER.-No. 23 North UUiff St. AU J work promptly executed aud delivered, icture frames a specialty ^
J.. A. CAMPBMIiL. M. D.
UB0E0N_AN1), llOMffiPATHIO PHYS^
ciaii. Office with Dr. M. B. CampbeU fiTjefferspn St. Open evenings.
DR. K. H. STEWART,
Given to etcb purchaser and [reader oi this notice, at the
Is the Largest and best in the City.
IN IMMENBÉ STOCK OF.
SURGEON DENTIST. Office, Corner Jel-fersou and Joliet ata., (up-atairal Jojiet
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAfWi. Office. R^m 8, Akin’a Block. Jefferson at.. Joliet. IlL
riTHIAN A AVERY.
^TT0RN1Y8-AT-LAW,-(Mm Jn Centen^
Block. Special attention given to Coll^ tioni. -
DR. M. F. HAND.
k ENTI8T. Office, plemenUa
EENTI8' ta-^s Idiiig, J
street, next door north Repul Toilet, III.
DOLICK MAGISTRATE and Jueilce of the IT Peace. Bnslnesi of. the office promptly and
carefally attended to.
MERCHANT TAILOR, I» always pr make gents’gannente on short nouoe at 11 8. Joliet St.
No. 40 JEFFERSON STREEt,
MUSIC TBACHSR.-lnatrnmen^ wd vc Ref«r»nees fldven It desired. . WlU -^3cena4
And OYSTER Saloon,
Opposite Conft House. ,
SEXt DOOR WEST OF
Sunertntendent. Tiiltion hsss than at any Ihrittn uSutbsUalUd Statesi suobesi rj^atse^ tha attcnnxa very 1m^^
In Bush’» Bloai, wpbstte Hatioaal
imfpf itoiifs Ui^vWahi iaiWw-
To Whom It May Concern:
I am now prepared to fdmlsh Slreator Coal Fy the car-load sn abort notice. My office 1l it the eboeetiep of B« Bhewy on Jeffeseon *we«^ where ihyself or agent can d6 found at to Ml«d ot^l^mers at uaual bueiiieea *• *
!Kook Islaiid By. track. onlJefferscn St
EVEBT FACILITY .
M^i.lffniiihed at all hours, ia good stylt
HomeoDSdéliandy sadQam _ .
15 to20CMtiper poai^
Tor Ddng Prst Clsas Work.
SIDE ^EFFEBSOI it
UBS. H- L. MATUfiK.
BebmcM H , .«iMi
South Ottawa Street
L. IL HODGDÓH.
PURCfl VSING AQBNT.-Atiendato purchaeef In Chlceae in a eetlsfketory menher and eharge 85 ceatsfor delivering packages «hhw w Leave orders at WolTa, U. Mack» and the w Nichole» Hotel. Reridence 38 Iowa Avenae
U®. A. B. MAOUIBi^
oradnate of the OnUrio yeteriaery Coll^^ Callada. Office at McFadden’e Uyeiy baro, Jolfet IlUnol». 87-lm^
BARBER A* RANDALL.
A TT0RNEY.8. HaVe complete abstract A books. Give written exAiniuatlonji oi tl tie. Defective titles perfeeted. and convey ahclngdone. Centennial ulook, opp.iOonri Hotise, Joliet, 111. _
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