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The Daily News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1882, Joliet, Illinois .ámáiX. DAILY NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1882. LOCAL NEWS. 9A tb« Jolitt i!o*t Oflct M SeooDd oliup Mfttter. O.A. HO. 16 fíHICAOO STB*»r. *    ''y Í.8.AARHET BALDVriH, ntOFBIXTOM. TH* DAILY NKWS.~Publl8he<leTery day «zeapt Satnnlay, ismailM (mcltiding j^ta^) at three dollars jier year ; one dollar ft» loor ■ontbe. Delivered by Carricra In any vauri f tlsB aitv at ffl rent* per month. THB JVBW 8T. H10HOLA& a' ih»w "PSeta ■éÍp¡rd16e'~ASIIelS' Tf»W Hot«t,*it Will »• Fii»t4}tam »« Rf«p«et  ■    --------- f ttoe olty at ffl rent* per montft. —    ^ THE WEEKLY    -    Ona    DoUar par year, pm of postage. . All oomtnonftaitions most he rtgn^ by the a«tbor*8 name to secure attenuon. Ho, inan aaoripts retnrned . * ICika Daly, of the M. C. R. R. w Tery iow.with typho nialaria \    I...    —-  --- dttawa ehteiprifle is remarkable The new St. Niobclaa Hotel on which ^4^work haa already beenbegnh. in ti way ol getting material on the ground, will be in every aense a first-class hotel snppHeirwilh iff modefh improvements; elevakns, bath and^toilet closets on each flcKff. The office will bo acoessitdahx^ Jeflbr^n and Michigan streets, the sj^i^k at present nocupied Jby the dining rooin ,and the billiard room wffl be connected into one large office with ladies entrance on Michigan street and main entrance on Jefferson street. ways will lead to the firs t floor parlóJS, witff landing in the center and in full view of the office. The floor of |he office will be of tiling and the flttings of the latest and mQst efegant designs of architecture." The dining room’* will be still farther east of the office, now the billiard room, with reading room in front^of thefdinihg room. The main en- -Th^ jhe gi^Bg ^ build a tor^^hiol cbinmey ofl their tile wmdw. ^ J. S. Palmer has workmen employed on the foundation of a new livery stable on Desplaines street. X M. Alexander, Roadmaster ól|he Bock Island RallTiMid, has returned from a protracted visit to Europe, looking much refreshed from his trip. Those having complaints to "offer about the gasoline lamps, are requestec to band them Into the City Clerk, that action may be taken on the matter by the Council. Marriage licenses were issned this morning as follows: No. 8892; Julius Semmler aged 35, to Anns Rosalie Hanlwig aged 35 No. 8803; John D. Lemmler aged 24, to Ida Stuewe aged 17. “ The raging canawl doesn't baffle the entmprise of Ottawa at all. - They have recently skated the German Evangelical Chirrch across its turbulent waters to make room for a new structure. Arthur Moore was married Sunday. Noisy Thompson found out Monday that Arthur liad taken out a license. Query-When will Arthur be annonneed a« mar Yipd to the 321 readers of Noisy’s paper? T. Rv Hunter, of the W^est-side, called at the offte^ of the News yesterday and plead guiltyHp being,15 months in arrears for subscription! He isn’t 15 cents in arrears now.    ' The Fire Department were calleil out at 3:30 o’clock this morning l^an alarm from box 23, caused !>y some children tamperlQg with the box. The lock tms broken and the box otlierwise dam-aged. __    _ They have turkeys’ legs aiul mouth-or gan hoe-downs over to Mr. Thompson’s hotel, and now Thompy’s little heart beats faster and faster as the girl with the summer shawl brings him his limbs of fowl on a silver salver. so The alleged papers of Joliet are hopping mad about getting scooped on the new hotel project that they are os mum as a deaf mute. Never mind; the New'8 will herald the|facts to mors readers than all of-you put together; so what’s the odds? A. E. Diuet, who in connection with Joseph Nachl>our, will open a dry good.s store, next door to Miss A. I. Wheeler, on Jefferson Street, on the first of February, was in town Wednesday, looking after the interests of the new firm. Joe will be home from New York, on Saturday.    __ bag- I cannot call riches better than the gage of virtue; the Roman word is better— impediments. For as the baggage is to an army, áo is riches to virtue; it cannot be spared nor left behind, but it hindreth the march—yea, and the care of it sometimes loaeth or disturbeth the victory.—Lord Bacon. Wing Hang, who'fr not a citizen, but an .^almond eyed Chinee man, and do washee,” is back in town. It is reported that he is engaged to be married to a lady of rare acoomplishmepts, either in Chicago or Joliet. Now, we have scooped the society sheet. Wlien they get a scoop on their fires, 0, what a yell they will raise on enterprise. “Do you realise?* Yes, we realize that the jadvertisement starting with the above woids in an afternoon paper is paper is carrying it to “flli up" with, and has been trfnce the first of January. What dp our mercliants think of snch a sheet? Sammy winks; looks wise and langhs in his sleeve and says he wijies ÍÍEW8 was as good hearied, Ta¿e whjp advertise hi.the News pay for it, as tbei patent medicdne man said yesterday when he was compelled to pay more for a iour-iponths’ “ad" in the News than for a year in the other^paper. j M«n«i4>u*a 4ioo«. Mrs. Jokh Tomtw was a risitor ai the rulnk of the once gay and beautiful structurs mm the Mansip'i House which is now no She was in seaich of her husband I T^bs If a Toremiri In tliéTení-ijtipthyy and who formerly resided it the Jfr, Tombs'ain find his wife by of J|ri« A. Bow, on frshoe will be sunk, and above the en- wwpacioiw Iwlodhy openlng^^^^ muln upper hall and ladies parlors. |The dining room will have a siting capacity of.250 pmrsoDs, and the hotel complete will contain about 110 rooms, capable of gueétft. sooommodating 250. There will also be reception rooms on the greund floor. To more further givethe ideaef the new structure, the present St. liipholas forms two-flUis of the front elevation, and furnishes one-third of the room the new hotel will have complete. These facts ¿re gleaned from Mr. El-wood, who further i^rms thatjhe work will be pushed rapidly^ The location pt the present office will bemused for a store as will the present reading room. The Traders’ Insurance Co., repre* sented in this city by Albert Gagwin A Co., adjusted their loss on the Mansion House to-day. One thousand dollars, the amount of the policy paid, the loss being toti*i. ^    _________ ^ At th« Mill*. Yesterday was a big day at the miUs. The men in the rail mill made 29 rounds with 15 pieces in each of three furnaces, with the 30 additional pieces, the number of rails turned out would be 1,110. Thlris the largest number ever manu-faíítiu'ed in the same length of time. There were 49 heats made in the Bloom miU. A.O. II.W The Stone City Lmlge, No. 26, A. O.U. W., yesterday elected the following officers;    — P. M. W., Gustave Weil; M. W., C. W. Eckert; F. W., M. W. Watkins; 0. W., John O’Connell; Receiver, Thomas Woodnorth; Financier, John Pritchard; Recorder, J. W. Miller; 'Guide, A. Lock-mauil: I. W., H. B. Scott; 0, W., James Aniotfc; llepi't^’sentutive. J. W. Miller; trustees, Ja»> Ariiott, Bob Bose, Jas. Griffin. ^ WliHt 8lz« do You Wear. The following is a list of Serpe men who wear hats, and the sizes of their head.s by hat numbers: Governor S. J. Tilden, 8 1-K»; General Grant, 7f; ex-Senator Roscoe Conkling, 71; General Garfield, 7|; John Sherman, 7|; Benjamin U. Bristow, 7|; W. M. Evarts, 6j; L. M. Barlow, 7|| ex-Lieutenant Governor Dorsbeimer, 7f; prince of Wales, 7; Bea-consfield, 7; Gladstone, 7|; Earl Russell, 7 j; John Bright, 7¿; Lord Chelmsford,' 6g; Dickens, 71; Thackeray, 7|; Macaulay, 7|; Louis Philippe, 7|;.arclibishop of York, 8. We wear 7| send it arounffjo tlie office. indN|o M. LENNON, Stills m1 Fuw Bwariig wfntH im I ilffif J iltwfftflfV Z special indicemcoU io TEA» AND COFFEES Baking Powder and Ravoring Extracta, Choles Cigars and Tobacco Old Rc'iable Coraer Chicago and fin laren Btrects. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. 1 he only flrst CliuM Botel is tbt city. BESl $S,fO A 1>AT BOUSE IH THE CITY Convenient to railroad depots and street csrs, W. B. CASWELL, proprietor. A, 3rSmAftfitm V^w Perfection Oil. WhYlesale and Retail Drta’.cre in KIROSENE AND LDBRlCAm OlLSp Pure Cider Vinegar fsr Family nse. BE4DY MIXED PAIMTS ' Fence Paints, White Lead and Lln-, seed or, Manulatjj^iiyiijpf:-- EXCEUBtOll 4XLE ORÉÍkttE, Caah for Second Hand BarrelD, Cor. Washing, ton Joliet Siree e. Grrat Clearing .tOut Sale. -AT- ;<■ TO CLOSE THE SEASON DECIDED REDDCTÍOHS THROUGHOUT frHE HOUSE. Special Bargains in Cloaks, Djlmans, Shawls, Skirts, Hoods and Hosiery. MANY GOODS AT LESS THAN COST Have you any children between the ages ot 3 and 4 years? We have a tew dark Cloaks¡ at II 60, reduced Ifom 13 00. p^^floods at 25c, reduced ro m 60c^ \ lar^linoof all Wool Hose ^ 25 cts. per pair, Xheap at 50 cts? al Last and only reduction for this year on Blankets; Cloakings,’ and heavy goocfe.    _ If you needlany goods an early call will secure the choicest BargainV, X "’V* X- In order to pay cur respect to this VEMEkABLE WEATffiEB, We will put money in tke* pockets of every Customer, Underwear Regardless of Cost to Close N. b. D 21 and 23    -    Jefferson    street. X Leave^ our* Orders For Your i'Few WorilsíWitlilYíi As To 'rjfte Selection Of NEWTEAR GIFT . Have you e-er thouirht how opioh wis.7it is tolelect sometTíiiñK use-tui, something that, will stwnd or 1 n try w^ar and tear, giving pleasure and comfort permanentlv, than toi/«r .ome tnncv urticie-wr will not oues* tiou its beauty, its utilitv we^^ill—that will give pleasure when first received, but jis soon as the ii^eli.y is worn off wiilhe laid aside? How much more advisable it is to get soou‘fhing that will help make the recipient more comtortable; something the want QÍ which would be felt—for instance a Suit of Clothes, Jvi-rcoat or Pants tor your Father, Brothfii; Husband, Son, or some "    ^    * x„ POOR ORPHAN BOY who inSy be7"w^    consideration—the prices of which are^ tremelylow. Then m our Furnishing Goods Department—admitted by all to be the leading stock in the city—will be found that ow variety is the D^t, our styles the richest, latest and most unique of all, and the prioea the lowest.    ^ Our II white shirt, best in’ the city, with linen bosoms, cufe or hands, btguar^nteed, same for boys at 76c, elegant, Fenhaog aud Cheviot. bhirts,* with separate collars and cutfx Full line of underwear. Blue Searfs, Ties, Silk and Linen Hanker, chiefs, bilk and Cashmere Mufflers, Scarf Pins, and Sleeve Bikttons, A Peen at our show windows will be worth your while, aud may suggest some sen» siblejiresent. Our assortment of Fisk, Clark, & Flagg^s and DentV Kid and Cassimere Gloves’comprise the latest and best. Silk Umbrellas at ^^50 13 14 and 15, would be au appropriate gift. Pants, Suits or Overcoats made to order at reduced rates. If purchase not satisfactory, money will be returned. Are filled up as fast as assortments are broken. They are not shelf-worn, but bright and new. Among the odd Suits and Overcoats, we find quite a Ohiidren's Suits and Overcoataafc 13, |4, |5,16, and 18, I which have been reduged from |1 to 13 each, aud among them may be nÜt " what you are looking for.    ' J & CO. X One Price Clothiers, Joliet Ii|5 fE HAVE large SUPPLIES; Sa^, ‘Thyme, Sweet Marjoram. Oysters^^ Cronberries, JEto. Large Line of Sweet Oranges. Raisins, Nu's of all Kinds, Pine Mixed Candy. Sunday Schools and Parties buying in Large Lots Siupplied at Jobber’s Prices. WHITE GRAPES, FIGS. DATES. LEMONS. IS-ENGLISH «    PLUM    PUDDING. CANNED GOODS, Peaches, White Cherries, Pears, Pine Apples, Ox-Heart Cherries, Blue-bers, Raspberries, Blaokperries, Egg Plums, Greeen Gages, Apricots, etc., at Satisfactory Prices. SWEET POTATOES! Cabbages, Parsneps, Turnips* Hubbard Squash, Carrots. Potatoes, Onions, Etc. We have some/ very Choice, New Orleans Molasses; al pure Vermont Vermont Maple Syrup, \ Fop Corn and Hickory Nuts, A few still Left. We have some fine Queea Olives,^Durkee’t Salad, Dressing, Capers, Oliye OH. Tea and Perm’s Worcestershire Sauce» Mixed Pickles, i Chow-Chow, Tom atoe Catsup, Mack’s Milk ^    Chocolate,    Baker’s    Chocolate,    Web[b’8 i;: .    ^    Cocoa,    Cracked    Oocoa. Sckepp's éocoanut in Decorated Canisters. We Can Fill Vour Orders Satikfactorily.^ CALL EARLY. Joliet Water Works. OrrK* Jotilrr, tix., nio. 88, 1881. Fereone wlelitoe to make water ratea or baW~ lenricea pat In will please call attho water office. No. i, eoot| Ottawa atredt. *{%(«€ preferring meter ratee eán bare Ameletpat Inta applicalieii to the Saperintendent, JOHN MclVOY iVwti. - ; Double Store Next to Post Office. U A16 OTTAWA STEET BUY A HOMF! GET EASY PAYMENTS I' It is the surest way of saving your earnings. We ar^^ring desirable property for sale in all parts of the City. If you have property TO SELL, call, "as we can flofl you ^ customer. Obdbbs fob CozmiTAZfoiwo SoxiXorruD. LOANS MADf ON CITY AND FARM PROPERTY.I Insurance, Both Fire and Life; in Leading Companies. YE ARE IN THE BUSINESS T0SYAYI Low Wratl PoUeiM. and PYoBXBt.PaTinwBt of Lowmb Í Quistnas and Fet? Gifts I Come where you can havn tüe largest assortment to select from. Come where you can buy the best goods for the least money. ; a-XTTOUHC’S. t JEWELRY AMD MUSIC STORi - ^ '    Is now filled with the choice fit goods, , BOUGHT IN LARGE aUANTlTIES, ;      ^    •    '    '    T and coa8iq'ientl}'¡wId at (Lié lowest price!. LARGE SALES MAKE LOW PKICES. LOW PRICES MAKE LARGE SALES. W« take pleasure in showing |our goods, and will be pleased to tare you call and get oui prieas. You will receive polite attention at B.-I ; V 81 fismatsoN su^eet. Ach jrill«k<(^ WtR IP

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