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The Joliet Daily News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1896, Joliet, IllinoisTHE NEWS JOLIET. ILL,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8.189i, VERY NEAT AND NICE. SX>VENLYOFFICERS NOT TOLERATED IN THE AMERICAN NAVY. 1^ XaMBk BMtrmacBt of    B«ed H« K«pt Potetoca In Rte Bath-«•fc wttd traa CarelcM of Eia Appanl. B«m «r Ete X«e«atriclUes. X R.AVSNOT NECESSARV. HOBART NOTIFIED OF NOMINATION. Hi* Draakard Doaa Kok Kaad Tkaa ta **    **“    QoMtloa Know B« la a Ph^alaal Wraek. In a recent interview Miss Ftnnoes E. Dillard laid: “I believe the X raja are going to do SiQch for tho temperance cause. Bj their moans drinkers and cigarette smokers, can be shown the steady deteriora* Lode Snyi hiu no place on any of his •ke white warships for a oommodore who woes not mar socks or vndcndothicg and who uses his bathtub .is a potato bla It •as taken two long sessions of tho naval •xamining board to decide this point, but •ow it mar bo freely stated as a fact Sounds like an extract from a comic •pern libretto or the iM\jlogi;o of a mock trial, doesn’t it? B\it it isn't. It is the «ubetanceof adocision made in all serious-ness by a Ijoanl of high mval oOieials. wl»o leecived advice and counst 1 in their dcllb-•rations from the presidejit of the United Stetes and the secretary of the uc.vy. TIm; ««In quortlon was that of Captain Allen V. Roed, who, as ti» senior cai»tain in tho navy, was some time ago entitled to bopro-motod to the rank of commodore. There was a hitch when tho time cauio for tho Ptomotlon to bo made, but not nntil re-«ntlyfaas tho real reason for that hitch lieen made knowa Gaptain Roed has been more than 50 Tears in the scrSvcc, but he luis net had Any sea duty for a number of yours. Up to a short time ago he was detailed to tftoreduty as commandant of the navy jard at Portsmouth, X. H. Last Febni-•17 there was a vacancy in tho rants of tho ooromodores, and Captain Reed was npcHted as qualified for j.rtiiuotlon by the «fining boonL President Clcneland, however, hositatcd a^out making the appointment and comproiiifsed'by promoting him for a year on probation. It wa.s his intention to give the captain a chance to prove hi* fitness by letting him command Aoe c^the new baMIeships for a year. But the senate committee refu-sed to con-Bm any each promotion, it being claimed that, as Captain Reed had been reported favorably the board, he should be ad-'Vanccd onconditionally. This ptit the president in a dilemma, which ho got out of only by referring the case of tho captain of the Cnrreacw. Patkrsok, N. J., July A-Tho committee appointed by the national Republican oonventlon at St. Louis to notify the Hon. Garret A. Hobart of his nom4n.ation by that convention fmr vice president of the United States arrived in this dty at 11:13 tion in ti-ir sj-slem, wliich’ follow, tho *    t    JT'ií    T practices. Seeing is believing. ” If Miss Willard really believes in the tho party from Jersey aty to Paterson, where thiy alighted and drove to Hobart’s Ufifevea m cne house in carriages, where they were re-prohibition temp^ce functions of the | ceivcd by Mr. and Mrs. Hobart and a hA ruys, then slie has pinned her belief to, number of ladies and gentlemen, an impracticable and impossible specu- I Flags and bunting were displayed .along lation. Even nssnming that the rays i the road to Hohart’s house and th^g^ca^ No-To-6t(! Eendi Neics. Lost Life-Force Restored and Shattered Nerv'e-Power Quickly Repaired. The Tobaeco Vieo Uadermlaes Vigor ViUHty. Nervoas rroatntloa. Gen-oral Debility ateaa Tobeeoo Nervn Poisoning. Tobacttwlng Ls a reckless waste of life foMo. money and maaaeo J. meo-wrecklng disease, and user Knows it. .shatterel anJ Ah TED—An idea. Who can tbink of some Jl.    *®    !*««»*“ Protect'jeor Wms; toey n»r brtne jwi weidth. Wrfie Jtdin ust or no Im.'idied htv.wtioDS waaKd. asuy SANTA GIAÜ8 SO.kP. VITAXTED—Drdersfor hand embtoidanvl lacs V V cuitaliM find <irarf« ],jUow stmais and ent Mrs. M. zaaa- cuit^ and scarfs, lace pjltofsiuiau and ddies; 8«id far sampie, Addrent merman, box 153S, Miet. ilL    Btlm* WA.NXKD-SIi’tuAIiOys. ^^AhTED—Sinntioa by mi■idl^«ed wwnan »» ashousekesper. Address L,    óSee. _ «13» VV    *    widow’s famOy. No c iL®íí?^‘®^chn4iea. CaU or address 813 o. Desplalnes street. Joliet, ni.    HO* ANTED—Work for a needy Wash-housec.eaui;«. etc. Apply 108 S. ifloff TO» ease working in his vitals—which, in chairman of tho committee, in a brief i    JP** a cnre or .mur money fact, isa physical impossibility—what *!*«=*» “otiAe»! Hobart of the honor done    “*A- oddition would that make to his stock!    I    •« of alcoholic knowledge? He knows al-' rr'^^ conclusion of Palrlanks’ speech readv. more accnmtoie-fi,..    Hotort    replied. to that of McKi  ________   ,    _____ ly the whcfie of it to the money question, '    “iXm't    Tóbxc»    s^t'aaTl indicating that he tUnks that issue tho    ^ paramount one. He spoke of the tariff    C^., ís'OR RENI-DWMXtXGS. JpORRE.ST—Fiu -ro:m!latanl bam. coinf Moran and tea j*r. Luojorau A Schoenst dt Ttti ready, more accurately than the Roentgen ray can ever tell him, the nature ol hi.s disQAsc. If he does not know it, he can lee it  ________________ ___ by cxaiEining colored pictures of these ' approvingly, but threc^iourths <rf*ho orgaus ill tho offices of spocialists or at! was devoted to the finaácul issue, the W’ashingtmi Inebriates’homo. He!    *^*‘iggs arrived at Hobart’s can read it in the books. Any doctor can    »n»ong those iuattend- tell him. If he wants to know how ho '    Congressmen Fowler. Stewart looks outside, a looking in his own room will give him the A B Cray.s, and they will tell him no lies about his red nose, his-flabby cheeks, his puffed face, his crimson skin and his watery eyes. If he is net satisfied with his own picture, he can look at other drunkards in all stages of bibulosity from the phase of idiotic laughter to the phase of lying in tho gutter iuto which they have been kicked by the saloon keeper. The drunkard need have no difficulty at any time about seeing him.self inside and outside. »tort replied. His speech was a contrast' mart^?¡d!¿*¡S?c^    ñ' that of McKinley In that he gave no.vr- j tni* Yo;k. FOR RK.\T-at>0«l Xluo children. lu<iuire of Jotin P. Hwl and Parser, f ully 3,000 people were gath-1 •red in tho vicinity of Hobart's house. ABBREViATED TELE^AMS. ***6 only one of tho ^ / ^ho have violnted the United .'States bTío^Líf ^‘‘ohasbeenconvicbid.h.ts «5 o“er John Sullivan, of PhiLodelnhia and an unknown of Fall Illv.'r, M iss., will short- j fy begin the contest of seeing who can keep awake the longest.. Thirty-two sticks of dynamite, enough It does not need an X ray to tell him he |    found    sais burned out, that he is a physical    the    Methodist physical wreck, and that his end is to be delirium tuanother examining board. It was then i    the    pooriiouse.    the    peniten- fihat the charges came out in detail    I    or    the insane asylum.—Chicago ! celebrate tho Fourth. _ J: ^    I    V.»..^    _ ___ chiutjh at Ueadwood. I). It U aupp.osod that it was secreted there by boys, who confiscated it from r.eighboring quarries to Captain Reed was directly accused of Tribune, seing slovenly as to his peraonal appcar-•IMX? ás well as eccentric in other ways not peculkr to naval oflkera. Tho Ixwrd I»omptíy disqualified luin on these counts, •Ithough it was the first* instance in the lilitoty tho navy wiicro such ooUsidom-tlons had acted as a bar to tho promotion Rf an officer. Captain Reed is said to have first at-%*etal attention as on officer who cared A BIT OF BLUE RIBBON. Ih-. J. AY. B.irnitz, noted taxidermist, dicd at his home In Philadelphia after a short For manv vears he w.vs eni- UtUe Child Wh—    Í*- T. liarnur and was tho originator of the m?rma woolly . horse, and other freaks placed t.fore the i What It Meaat to a Father Had Been a Dmakard. A little girl of 3, the youngest in a i public, family, was recently rescued in a mission attached to a church of the late Dr. Crosby. They all tied on the blue ribbon tRE.VT-lto. ,, . - —-    Street,    nieelT    tor ,    wito    good    table    board.-^rma- iient or transient L'’rRN'ISUED BOOM-To one or twv geade-Í. Address B. Ñe»5 offlce. J. sueet. BEN'T-tiood funi'.shed itMHOs. single or in suites, at 106 Second are. 3uuil» FOR RJE3ÍT—VARIOUS TH1XG9L Xo. 7U Cass SL Cheap. Loagh-7102 tan A Schoenstedt. FOR S.lbB-RK tL RST.tTR Fob SALE—Lots in Forest Park Terms ten doUare permtmtit wldies» ui»K^ IbBec A Young. 4th floor Yejag twUd-lug. tflSce open eveniAgs.    iSU2 was in command of the old wooden ship 11    and    father.    It    happened one Kansas somo years ago. Officers who I    ^    pabhc    conveyance that this bit •ervod with him then tell queer stories of j    color on the little tot caught the eye his ecocntriciUcs. They allege that he wa.s ^ a distiugui.shed clergyman who officiates in a neighboring church. Bending his tall form to her small capacity, he said kindly: The dghtcenth nnnnal convention of the Music Toivchers’ National association has opened at Denver. The toml r«»l estate assessment of New ------- -.,..4,^.    «.U«vv    tau    Me»» |||WU8tomed to store potatoes in his bath- ib, for which convenionco they inferred he liad but infrequent use. Ho kept a •bMP iyo on tbo potatoes, however, and York City for 18.03 is §1.73V,50Í,1437an    |    j crease of ÍSó,iSO,iii over last year. Tlie total assc-ssment on personal property, i corporations and teuik shares i.s 8'i74,9r.3 - ' 7«ü; net increase, f4,7;i6,86(;: total increoso for the year, ^'9,537,24i. D.v the daath of a wealthy uncle in Ohio • ./I    .    I Frank Wallace, a streetcar conductor of ..^7“    Lexington,    Ky.,    has    fallen    heir to 150,00-J. Boston capitalists have formed a company to mine for silver near Baraga, Mich. Obituary: At Riverside, Ills., Charles A. bpcncer. of Centralia, Wjs. At Alton, Ills., Professor George YV. Powell. At Minonk, Ills., .John L. Winoteer, 87. At Paxton, Ills., Mrs. ,T. H. Flagg, 63. At Jacksonvlllo. Ills,, .Mrs. Mary Ca.ssell, 98. Sir Hercules Robinson, governor of Cape Coiony, has boen elev.ated to tho peerage. lai that WRISUEY'S “OLD COUHTBY” , SOAP Sold by all dealers. X tvo lots, 1100 Oikida street    9UuP tmlmproved real aBsStaS. if» ■>" “I a» cífeííSSiT”' “ wears (his piece of bine ribbon?’ "Yes, sir, ” replied tho child, looking up in his face wiih assurance, “that means net to drink any beer. We don't any of us drink beer at our house uow. And sinco my papa stopped drinking l^r he gets us all nice clothes, and he’s just the best papa that ever was. ’’ Ah, wo this active, enterprising clergyman would give tho little ebiídreu Geo, H. god Edffio S, Haoroe, Hotel Mnnros Block. X iKijruor avenue, near Western avenne. Modern » complete of the cKy. «•ce right. Cafl or address, 7ül Kaynor awaue. 93tf mweeewi •^AMaa works ñmaSuttto Son, A Woman's work by Noon is done- if she uses Santa Clans Soap It deans qniddy, well, the dothes yon wear, the didies ^ you use. In the lanndiy it saves dothe!^ and makes your work Hght Get á cake of SANTA CLAUS SOAR •t oribe, and give it atrial Sold evoywheik Made only fay 7BE H. K. FAntBAllE (XURPANY, rmrAqq —.......^ttihihiiihhm__ have somo Good Houses for sale cheap. Bnflt by day labor. "VACANT LOTS—Splendidly situated. Lvory i,>art of iho city. MONEY" TO LOAN—On real estato nniount.s of feOO, jSOa íioOll' l,20a U<Í3 and {‘i. bOt). REMF.MCER OUR Savings Department Money at intcrcA works for you night as well ns day. and l)t in «lajtewooa. Stevens avenue; good locaUon- ho^ Kood biUTi. nice shade trees, will sell cheap. Address Goodspeed A Keith. 86tf FOR SALE-.ANTTHINO. of his mis.sicn the prmlegc of learning of drizensLp tí Fmnk ^    are    open    VWtlnesday and Saturday itn KrhTvLia nva<-1    a.---1. i — ...i    .    ”    j    ^.Ul    CV6D1U}^,    <    tO d. «.ch.hiuKsfromb^ks andorai >040^ | e,,.,., fort>stall the teaching of tho «tute prison for larceny, and to Sylvester '    ^lashop.—Neal Dow.    L. Wilkinson, of Pinckneyville, who CAPTAIX ALLKN V. liKKP. «»ch morning used to count out to the •ock the day’.s allowance. This was in ac-«ordance with some of his ldea.s of oconoiuy. Another habit of 11» capteiii’s was that ^ doing hU own washbig ni d stringing tis clotheslines in the rear is.rts, a brea<-h ^•unwritten naval etiquette which every Jaek Tarregardwi with hoiror. It was also «ommonJyivpo.rted that Captain Reed liad IK) nsc for aocks or stockings, and tliat he never wore cither an undershirt or tW otilar p.nnent which ffocs to make up a whoU. •ult of unden lothiug. 11c rvganiixl thoin «8 hisuriw which iiaval officers sliould not affect. He cai tain’s lnfe~i</r cfiicers s;ív they were able to discover liis lack of underwear because he frcxiueutiy wore trou-•ers that nmld mending. This was ^ma fiicie evidence, but such r.s could Bardly 1» pn,duo*l in a court of inquiry, Buyoud his reiulssness in inattc.-s of jcr-•oual appoareiKv, no clmrpH were ever Blade against the mptain. All uiticers wiio knew him^i:ers<mally odndt tli;;t l;c was a fair offli-er, attentive to his duties and of a kMly disposition. The captain liad, liow-•Tw, one activo enemy, wlio is cnsttrcd with pressing the charitc's wliicli cvciitual ly made trouble for Idiu. This was «;,1 Bear Adiiilrul Gillis, now retired, wlio luui ^ forgotten ihijt Htxtl almost involved klm la .a court martbl some vears ago. -wl^i tlH- examining I>«rU liiet, Gillis s:»\v te It that thi'y lieanl of some of the ean tBin • reeuH.aritles, and tills, cfiilpled with JeCTldent wish of the f:resi*lent, resulted the turning (town of Captain Rood. If Reed liad Ixien of lower rank ho ^puW liare licen dUmisaxl freml ioe Bf *»n as tho cliurgiai/wen' proved, for the ■R»y is very J articular ulnmt its outward stKf: Tlasre tsa rngulotioii to thf lert that offloers must dross well ni d ■tfly on ail oarmlons, and es|ax:l:.’.ly irtlUi on duty, but inslamos are r.uw when ..««tJere have liad to In- r.-min<hsrhf this SwtnoM is drllKd into thetn freni 1 tín» tíi<7 enter the Naval a«ndeniy un they retvlvo their ccmniiasiouK, ^pt^nRoud madca iart flglit against “T Ills advanwn:cnt, but he found ev-against lilm and matie liaste P> f by‘ipplyiug for retirement under tU ' year service cbm». The president re-IwvrevcT. after It was soi n tiint the JO bad given up, and 1» retired him UiroeTourthi jxiy Inst^vul of fort lng 1 «It on half pay, at be could have done [ ‘    J;**» í‘'»*í<*»' dandies of the lieauti- flnlpt m the white squadron may ivst in l>«n the fear tliat they will ev er ® under a oommauder who l4 Í. ‘®*l»Vub with poUitoet and ““^hsng his infrequent wash over white sides of one of our ) aCPUUg Buu-hii^ Ycakcw B. Taumokt. of tho Raai MoDstorT Vihat of those iutellixitual giants who' early succumbed to this monster, drink. I Wiis a soldier all through the late ro-bcllioji, and h;ive a painful remembranco of that awful war which deva.stated the fairest portion of our huid and dug l,000,0o0 gi-aves; but What of that hydi-ahoaded mon.ster, insidiously, si-leiitly and forever preying upon tho vitals, sapping tho life blood of the nation, constantly wrcokiug-*the fairest and minds of our land. If not destroyed scon, ere long some Gibbon will write the d»>cline and fall of this republic.—D. II. Henderson, W- D state served two year.s in the Chester pri.son for burglary and larceny. Hr John Pender, tho well-known cable magnate, head of the Eastern, the Eastern Extension, the Cape, the Anglo-American and other cable companies, who ha.s boon ill for some time ixist, died at 5:45 yesterday afternoon. Ho was born in 1816. BRADLEY JOHNSON WILL FIGHT. Uoney Cannot Fay the Tax. It is e.siimated that there are now stored in tho di.stillery warehouses of Peoria. Ills.. CO,000 barrels of spirits and alcohol, on which tho tax to the govi runicnt will amount to $0,336,000. Could any sum cover the tax upon the homes of this country when this vast quantity of liquid fire is released for consumption? I m ma ■•irtiMw. >P»COrto« katotoam Im m^*i¡^idhmánhUk^ A Darrel of Whisky. A drayman rolk-d iurth from hia oart to th« street A reJ headtd Larrel well bound and conTplete, And on it red U tters, like forked tonuues of fl,uni>,    , Lubla/. mu.l tho grado, number, quality, fame, Of his world renowned whisky from somo-body ’s still, Who arre«u«d the gram on the way to tho mill & thero stood tho barrel, delivcred. but I Could see that a shadow was huvoriux niith— A sulphoroBs shadow that grew as 1 gaxed To tho form of MephMo. Though sorely amoaod. 1 veatured to qoMtea this ha» of the realm where VUw U the piM^with Crian at the helm. And asked him polllely bis misslen to uame, Au,| if he was liuensod to retail tbo same Identical barrel of whiaky which ho Was fondly anrveying with demuniao gieeT “Oh, 1 never handle tho stuCr," ho replied, ■‘My jmrtneni mortal are trusty and tried. Mayhaji, peradventure, you might wish tq look ''At tho invoice complete 1 will read from this book You win find that this barrel contains eome-thing more Than forty-two gallons of whisky galore." And ere 1 oould slip but another word in, He checked it off gayly, this cargo of sin. “A barrel of headaches, of heartaciOis, of wom. A barrel of curses, a barrel of blows. A barrel of tears from a a*orld weary wiio. A barrel of sorrow, a barrel of atrtfe. A barred of oil nnavailiug regret. A barrel of cares and m barrel of debt. A barrel of crime and a barre-1 of pain. A barrvAof boptes ever blasted and vain. A barred of falseboud, a barrol of cries That fall from the maniac's Ups as bs did. A barrel of agony, heavy and dull. A barrel of polsOM-ot Ibis naorly full. A barrel of poverty, rnln and blight. A borrsi of terrors that grow with the night. A barrel of huager. a barrel of frroaus, A Mrrcl of orphans' most pitiful moonk A barrel of aerpentf that hies as they pass rrom the bead on the liquor that glou's in the Ify^barM m, trcMare, 1 bid ibea tarewelll tow ye the loai iMd. I will rsap It la belli** *    »-Treetíéboaid. IVin Make Good His Worda If That Spauiard Insists. Havana, July 8.—A reporter of The Discussion yesterelay morninginterviowod General .Johnson rognrdlug SoDOr Am-podia’s letter challenging him to fight a duel. The general said: "I received tho letter through the hotel postman and I also saw it published in a newspaper. It is signed by one claiming to Itave revtson to light mo, although I find no one to answer for that party nor has he scul any one to mo in the usual way. “I am not acquainted with him; but I know bravo men uro in the Spanish army ns well ns in all armies Bravery is not a monopoly of this nor of any other place. It is i^ot customary flor gentlemen to challenge each other through t!)o newspnp<*rs. However, if I have offendtxl any gentleman I am disposal 4o make g|jod my worel. My uddres.s is tho Hoto! Inglaterra, whore I shall bo until July H." The excitement caused by tho approaching ea* oouuter is lncrea.sing every hour. The President U’ante the'News. Bl'zzaru’3 Bay, Mass., July 8.—A spe-cial telegraph line has been run to Gray Gable.s. An operator will bo on duty during tho convention and reports from Chicago will como direct. SPECIALS. WAXTED-FOR HOUSEWORK. \17 ANTED-Competent girl for generrl house-f I work. Mrs. w. C. Baroer, 40l Culau street, 73» W otte    gen®»l    housework.    603    s. 73tS» Vt,’ANTED — A'Competent girt lor we ft lousework. 12» Ric^rds sheet. % uerel fJt6 T^*ANTED-1 ,    ‘®y    Jolf 18th e good German girl for general hoasework. Apply at once m HtS- Otto S aeble, 108 S. Broedwuy. T2L>* ‘®®P®t™t to cook and do all kind of housework. <07 Herfcl-rjts* nier street. W^®*^ general hoase-»T work. 601 Exchange street.    7<i 70 ^®‘* hou.-»ework. Apply Mrs. John Fets, 241 N. Bluff str^-i _ 6566* '-VA^TED-MEN AXD WOMEX. »» keeper; Ight worfc two In family; ^ood home to rig lit iiarly. streei. CaU or address loét^ato 74t6* treatments to 1V tltedWDlla btoady employment. Br. E. J. 3lorst, Ashland, O. Address 73t»* For SALE—Millinery .store, doing a good business, we'i selected stock and excrfUent loea-Uoa. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Address H, care DaUy News. "t'ORS.lLE—At a sacrlflce, set of hoasehrfld X funiiture oill at room Itt 3rd ffoor. over Harris 4 Foley’s.    7^.3* * Jlghilng marine. Machine can be .seen in oi)erat:oa e: ui Grover street. Geo. J. Hacker. 72W» For SALE—Blcyc'e, $t0 les.s than cost; never used. Address M, Ke« ofB».    («td IpOR SALE—A bargain. SeccnJ-hond cut urb der si^y and surrey h3rues.s. Wilcox Bros. _ 67tf For SALE—a bargain; fine sunvy horse, kind and ginUe; a lady or child can drive him. Wilcox nro-s.    CTtl Built for Service M«d«by Indiana Bicycia Co. Indiaaapolis, lad. ROWELL BROS»» Agts idvaxd 1I.S widely L_ lhave tekea ing. Iwessobed ^^oovmtor end 1: bee rand me of lowe writes oe liueh Mh aoet eifything. _ ho KPcd Uhasdona |fft^ evBiythleg I ese soured on my lowi Dr tho Whols sistema novator Addr^ oig Western Office. Dr. B. J. Ka hsTS. Sold b' TAMP FOR FRI tesendbsemaayv other. pmte« ]. D. Brown & Co., Cor.JeSersott and Joliet Sts. . .    , A new sewing machine an I good safe you taka them? 8 told, Hoom 1, ^oung building. ^1 1 r.    Chlcejo    and    retura. V A. X O 6Uc single rides. Tickets on all roaJs all the tune. Gorman 4 Co.    qgu PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ROXKT LKXDI.Xa MO^Y TO WAS-heasonahle ntas. Joka O’Connmr. Ottawa scrm.    aotf XOAN on best of terms. H. C. I* Stou4Co.    gjtf TF YOU HAVE A PRESENT need for cash, ad 1 drasR or caU confidentially tor small toan on 1^ ^®®*ture7et,\ 8 to 12, Room 1. Yoon^^dhl- Money to loan-sums from noo to sio.ojol on real estate security. Loughran 4 Scboen-siedt. Barber Building.    4m LO.AN—On real estate, in soms to suit borrower. Henry H. Staasen. Joliet. 111. DR. C. JENNIE CARR STEPHENS. OFFICE m residency lOJ Lincoln street. Telephone, 253. Office HooaUOto^^»- „ _f    3t»4and7to8p    m. DR. G. a lATMQl. bfdMlng. Office vF^h^8l»U».*,lfiO to • Pl m. STMMKR RESORTS. I»- I. J. ABILL. pHgCIMfi^SOTeWMi. OOtefai ToÍm BmUmioe eoriMT Osatar rai House tiflephoM,51; o DR. J. M. MOSES AND 4tf Money to loan —on real estate security, farm or city. Goodspeed 4 Keith, Barber bunding.    ^    45tf PKRSONAU IF any one who ha.s b'en benefitte I hr the use of Dr. Sviliaius* Pink Fills, will write to <i. B H.. care Jolet Dally New.s. they will rec.dw tn-fonuatlon that will be of much valne and iuteroit b> them.    48td4wlm M. R. MOSK«, frow fhhago, will vtett Jo-ndMmiday. OiEci with _ — ba*lltug, irom 10 a. m. iSi.?; ®;    ilmifei    to    e    e.    ear.    noce. t^lei»/^    Specttces    made tj order at remoaaide i><.    GJyri Going For A Lake Trip? iri«ki;2L‘S?L*“ Lake ncHiGAif amd iamf sunaooK TRARSIORTATICMI CCFS EUCMIT STEMSK' fieOlefs betwera Chicegeead MecUera f t». Brw.mmmn, PIUCl^ UMITIDtodtoesee of the Eje end Throat Office Audltoriuim «U»Oe.BL. Iff0to4fl0p.m.    Titf A (iKNTS everywhere to fell hom >ora‘.hic me<l ■^4» ¿it? 'amilles; stem'y work; agents make $60 to iaw a mouth Dr. O’Keefe 4 Co.. homeo-iMtthcmeJic.B} manufacturers. No. 101 Pltte-bcrg. I’a.    7216» **    «Htht.    Salesmen    can    make from «0.Ü0 to    wilte    íor“^íttaí: Garland Noami^ MTg. Co., áeveiand O. inrs. 6Stl2 f" “ i \V ANTED—A rrilable, middle aged lady of BHBBM    j|k    rara kfydf^btndii^toraeraeent nsmUits town B    ra    m    11 vicinity. Our g<^ ai« needed te idae ■    V ■    mm    MM    11    «omen rat of every ten; no cmnpetttkxL lb e ■    I I    MM    0'^ ■ I    I**'?®® Hverageabni^we wUl give an oppore Innltytomakeow HjSfio • year, tjeed ■ra    ,    lor    inihle with full luurttenfat^ tii« "There ero fade in medicine as well as in other things,” seid a busy druggist, “ but the most Come WANTKD-EVKRTTHINC remarkable thing about Hqod’s Sarse-    bSud^'^^^Simer*^iSS*’rtS^ 73»»^ perilla is that customers who try other ¡ remedies «II come back to Hood’s, end Ibis ia why the enormous aales of thia great medioine BBBI    keep up end continue the I    whole year round, steady I Was e cloqjc. “Why Is it?’» “0, simply becauae WANTED-To bicycle News office. buy for cash, good condition. aerond-band Address IJ. T21I» WANTED TO RENT-Modem seren-room In Seventh or Fourth wild about beiitember 1st Addieas J, News office. 72m* Hood-.'8.n»p.H„. b'i    w'íiisv’Míasíiijr*- tlve merit than any modlcino I ever sold.’* This la ftt daily occurrence in almost •very driig store. Hood’s aert*p*rille has cured moro slckiiesa, and made more hepplneaa through restoretion to heeltk then any other medJcineb Hood's 109 Yoongs are. 72t4* \\ ANTED—Orders for hand embroktated lace 7 V cuttaius and scarts, lace piUow shams tid es; 8<n I tor sample. AddtdSsMrs.M niemmn. box 1636. Joliet IlL    Titml» AhiANTEl'-dipnahte boerdm. Pirst-daas T V rooms and bnani. m« Sm-t \\ ANTfjy-To^on» h^re.! aemnd hand V» ftotp sml stovea. Highest price peu. \o Jig’ll «eeond liond tt«e, coiner Jrifetaon end «luitYt&UrfKti, Sarsaparilla I WANTED-TorentaataaUhoosaln eood/k>-; 7 7 ration. Rent most be cheep. Afl&fw* d a. Dally News._ *    46tf. '^'ANTED-^ to jolB our salt chflx flj» Hood’s HIbXfJSililÜX «tandard —the One/True Blood Puriflait n8CELLAN*:OVS» n Ren Ck CREAM for the 4th of July ami all time*-or loo Picnics, societies an I surprise parties sunnliMi' John Scheldt only 116 Chicago sbrer -fitf TO EXCHANGE-ForReal Estate, house and ® -class vacant Diamond 6V1 K cey mare. 2JI9 to cjrt: 8 oeod 4-year-(dd “?11    „WlÜj>ayj^    <UffS^^”” sume. Address K News ofitce. «TO muM^wM 9*0;seoond-hand wheelv ^atlom Drop « postal or caU 616 N. Ruff aouet lit    ffitml* No other pRmo has attainej such popularity Chtogo has a reputation for getti)^ the be«of «eiythiiiK. As now sold by the makers diroct to thepeople (no deakv’s profit) they cost but e trifle more than ordinary pianos. Aro sure to pleate and hut altftf time. Second- íMKíM'S;,?p."T;k.,'írrt H& J. R. FLEEER, itoxee’a dng M    “•    S<«®5WA.m. tol2ttul to 4, and 7 to 8 p. m, ResMenoe. MO CamniMU street S76. Teleph^ I^enra MO CampbeU nbon: Uffiea^ 3*2; houa% DR. MINNIE I. BOTTLIS, ANDRKlDENCl,Bo.« Sans bloek. tolrel door south of News beUdlug. Ho^ lu to and 2 to 4. In Chicago every Friday. ,. **MfealtM" Is n vHsnwixt OMc^ Spriegs. PMeakey. The new stee. si npotlng palace. OtoHcveix. Hh*» nackleac hlra J. etc. Write tor onr readable x^ing matter, free, cr voor _neerest agent Jon. Berolabeim. EJtkic menu ANB ukk SLYKBIOK TSAIIS.OSW ImkaeilLMMtoSt. DEUVA. UEE.VI8. , FODIUIH lom. Themwtt mod«ra_ho»ri at this remrt. Two' hours’ ride tram Chicago via dUeago ANorth-1 westemraUwayto 7nnS« B¿r&i¿retaalij HR. L. BRANNON. OfllOLffiMBra «MIFnarttiaTCora. -    94. _ JcoiaarahaBtora «treat OOwtoitghMi^Ut Mraae I.AIP.BATM tmCB. »*¿hdfiBS5myA _ _ U.P.KlNNIT.BiBk&, 1\ENTIST. «acaaastieat Qitoe !___ U to.iei2to..i«»totiwto.    Mm ^BaBUN», TAKDNOTART] 8. Joliet, P. XX Ok^, manager. Pure fimh milk and cream always on hand. Prompt deltvefi; Slyl vp^0R-4a*. P. Mnrpby, Merchant Tailor. A Ho«» 9. pM Masonic Block, over Jarvis' riot^ Stole „ia«ai^ and repairing done with ttneasand dispatch.    7^ 1*1 1 fL CWeagoandremm. Cheap itohoad Ci.iU lareswaU points. Germán A ^ Kidneykura ^•11 kHweoi to do their 'woalc ra^ratv.. ►er^ra paiUm tímuSofí&Í vhload meeea health end tieeinj ,£sis^ifa:’£ssa» ^na by —“    -.'■leewa 1AI .^^vwagaapaaHai of miarty eR 66tf 1CKN8ED 8CAVRN6BR ptoiuDUy. Satlitfaetion ¡»Jnaall..Garire 749S. » toeve ocdea with ibie A Oik, Work atteodad to 1. . CaU oc rireet ar Of. Kai’s Runiaitr üsSSrts aad laUiaTiietliiRaTnteeocyeldhcarvoMi,- 'V# »

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