Cicero Vindicator (Newspaper) - April 18, 1885, Cicero, Illinois 15. Ii Editor and APRIL 18, 1885. 5 WARD JACK'S Town of TO I. N. Table Student all kinds and Dinner Chamber Water In all kinds of AVE. AND BONFIELD sustain the reputation of well-known corner for cheap and good His stock of Teas is unsurpassed for quality and Feature Archer and Bonfield St. t and Japanned BIRD CAGES Glass and AND PRICE CHALLENGES to Star 25 on 3 20c. Mixed per Rio 7 pounds Japan Tea m mi l a of our Tea and and Ret a I GRAND AND HAIR AND SUMMER Til I HX A announces to her numerous customers she is about to remove from her old 4iu to more premises STATE she will have on hand a stock of new fashionable suitable for spring and summer which she invites til of and Lake to call and and Hair Goo ls ma le to Patent and Notions for fancy Fashionable a lor the UNIVERSAL FASHION Rio pound Rags for 5c. Baking pound 200 BUSINESS OF inch one 15 inches one Font one Inches one 30 Twelve inches one column one inch means the measurement of tee inch down the single column at above the privilege of changing as often as and will be charged cents per inch flw ing advertisements will be at rate of 10 cents per line fee first and 5 cents per line for an inch advertisement will cost for one for two for and so having standing will be entitled to of local notices at rate of 5 cents net late All others will be charged 10 per line first and 5 cents par line tat subsequent and etc where a money fee is exacted for will be charged half rates for displayed and five cents per line for local of Deaths and Marriages inserted To For not exceeding five 25 otherwise advertisements will be continued until ordered and charged es for legal advertising given on advertisements and those from abroad must be paid in Home advertisements payable Subscript ons payable in Single copies of The in ready for can be had at 5 cents from all local and on all subjects lodge NO. R. A. MASONS first and third of each Masonic l J. Willis C. E. G. B. N. M. P. S R R. Jam C. of H John IX R. A. E. S. NO. ISO first and third Masonic E. A. B. V. E. a Joel W. M. O. O. PARK NO. 5s>e-Meets every Monday night at Mi sonic M. N. A. V. Fred Permanent Sec: Joel park lodge NO 54i, A. F. rt: A. M. second and fourth at Masonic Oak C. E. W. J. Andrew AM NO. 54, K. Meets first and third Monday of at Masonic Oak Joseph E. C. R. the promoters the SUM per la Watchmaker and Specialty made AND PLATED of Clocks and Watches attended to with the greatest OF THE BIG Archer removed shop from the corner of Sixty-fourth and State Streets to the corner of AND opposite Opera where he is prepared to all kinds of general work in and AND SOFT Office and Rail W. 2(111 St. and Stewart Yards and Office Halsted Forty-seventh and Town of No. 8-104. C. Carpenter and removed his shop from over Stinson's Blacksmith Shop to over Neagle's and is now prepared to do all sorts of Carpentering in a most workmanlike Give him a Furnishings and COFFEES AND OF Orders Promptly Fined and D. Mammoth Coal the most capacious and secure in the southern section of Chicago or Town of j foal is the dryest and best for the money in this and my customers can rely on a pood any time of The patrons of THE will do well to patronize tm retail dealer Moldings Window Spring Express Delivery FAINTING AND TRIMMING A Halsted Street and Emerald STOCK H. D. L. Sunday 10> a. Sunday 1 2 m. Social workers meet on at the residence Congregational Lake Rev. Edward D. Sunday and 7::;op. Sunday 12 prayer Wednesday ' 7:30; boys 6;:;'.' p. m meeting 4:15 p. Episcopal corner Lake street and Forest Rev. C. E. D. Sunday 10:H0 a. m. and 7 p. Sunday 12 m. Dr. C. P. Superintendent people's meeting and old people's 0:30; prayer meeting Wednesday P. E. Ohi Forest corner Elizabeth Sunday 10:30 a. m. and 7:3u p. Sunday 12 Presbyterian corner Lake and Marion Rev. A. E. Sunday 10:30 a. m. 7::jii Sunday 12 prayer meeting Wednesday 7:15. Baptist corner Pleasant Wisconsin Rev. 1!. Preaching on Sabbath at 10:30 a. m. an l 7:: o p. m Sunday 12 young people's meeting at m. Regular prayer meeting on Wednesday 7:4"). Fifth avenue and St. Charles Rev. Mr. Sunday services every Fifth corner Fifth Rev. Mr. Sunday services 10:45 a. 7:30 Sunday 12 m. Prayer meetings Wednesday 7:30. corner Fourth avenue and Lake Rev. Mr. Sunday corner Lake street and Rev. F. O. Sunday 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 prayer Wednesday evening at 7:45. E. corner Central avenue and Chestnut Rev. T. E. Sunday 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 prayer Wednesday evening at 7 young people's meeting Sunday at corner Railroad avenue and Chestnut Rev. F. M. Sunday 11 a. Baptist Rev. Sunday 10:45 m. and 7:30 p. Sunday 12 Sunday 3 7:45 p. prayer meetings Thursday evening at 7:45. E. corner Keystone and Lake Rev. Mr. Sunday 10:4."> a. m. and 7:30 p. any notices of change to the Editor of The No. 2S Pacific Room 4. No. 28 Pacific CICERO editor of Vindicator acknowledges the receipt of a complimentary card of admission the politeness of Mr. John g. 46 Monroe to the third grand May party of the Forest City Pleasure to be held in the Palmer House on Wednesday Mar 6. have to to the ladies interested in the for seeming negligence with regard to their appeal sent to this office for Dear not alone We do not print half of we would wish We are cabined and Public patronage alone can make ample room for do guilty man be now issue to our Cicero subscribers The Cicero Vindicator instead of The Lake and will continue to do so having secured the services of a competent man to conduct the Cicero part of our Wo shall endeavor to make the paper worthy of the patronage of the good people of the urbs in every way commensurate with their importance and the amount of patronage with which we may be We shall diligently exert ourselves to secure the confidence of our subscribers and There are no more cultured and comfortable communities around the great city than those along the line of the Northwestern including Central Oak and and for whose interests it shall be our pleasure to collect print paragraphs and indite Our bow is but we hope to gain confidence witU time and Give us a has probably put its foot into it. It published a statement in its afternoon edition of Monday in reference to the which the latter paper claims is a malicious and for which it i the proposes to call the to Both journals are adepts at Go Herald proposes to employ experts to report on Drake's South Town It is those sub- are already too disgracefully One of Drake's deputies once told the editor of this paper that he had reduced his estimates to in some particular stuffing and illegal assessments ought to be made high of the Garden City un- j get commission for negotiating in a perilous 1 and the bonds were sold Hat ai Vox populi demands the abdication of i face with accrued interest thrown Mr. Harrison and the surrender of the j and besides that the town paid the municipal administration into the hands j i. T. Savings Bank interest for of other than a machine Under i carrying the old bonds the six months the rule of Carter i. and Prime j past Mr. e. s. Conway was ter the grand old cry will be j President of the Board and member of every and of course signed the report recommending i the as also the whole Board voted | for and Mr. Conway says he would | do the same thing again under like Now wo can see no son why the Union party should try to compromise Mr. Conway in this when he had nothing to do with when their circular could do them no good at as it did not in any way Mr. or in did not of Thk Vindicator interviewed a number of the State street in relation to the projected elevated railway along that With a few the hostility of the parties noted was not very and the project was commented upon very said an extensive to the company will confine itself to its specifications as regards the j exonerate power to be used in the transportation of there will be an almost unanimous verdict in favor of the 1 1, for would like to see it If the projectors of the enterprise will circulate a petition among the property owners whose property is situated on the streets it proposes to a definite understanding can be speedily Now that the matter has assumed the shape it it behooves the residents of the South those on State to accord the company every assistance in their that he i Butters i j the which without doubt was new administration cf the Town cf Lake is In it the elements of popularity are are not so OFFICE FOR THE city office for The Vindicator has been opened in Boom 4, Mendell corner of Van Buren street and Pacific This location is between the Rock Island Depot and the new Board of Trade and is very convenient for our friends and we are prepared to receive orders tot all kinds of job we will execute in first-class and in the most expeditious Call and see us in our city have on our list the names of a number of parties who have been taking our paper for the past two i and now return it without paying for with the dishonest excuse that they never ordered it. It is needless to say such an excuse is not good in law or Surely they knew the publisher was neither a millionaire nor a public benefactor of this N. W. S CS AND 2715 2717 Main One block from Archer 1.. 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mentioning what he appears to be Public is the name of a widely circulated monthly paper of sixteen bright nnd bustling published in Philadelphia by Lam editor and at 50 cents per The Herald is the foe of and misrepresentation in and it is unswerving in the It makes a specialty of exposing newspaper as to visit of the Frince is a thinly disguised political Under the guise of gracious interest in the welfare of the sister which has not given him any concern he is seeking to break down the influence of the Irish The plan to capture the Irish heart by royal and claim Irish loyalty in return for a smile and a flattering phrase or ready The who love a know that soft words butter no They will continue their agitation under their own leaders for the not the shadow of and the discerning English politician already discovers that the tour of the Prince is bearing testimony to the strength of His voice it is that prevents a wild uproar along the line of the Prince's His arm i is stronger than the nrm of a nary And when Wales will have retired in safety from the island it will again be demonstrated that Parnell is the popular looks as if the English had and in the It seems as if they had determined not to persist in the It as if was to be their war cry in Royal have been substituted for out 111 Onr brother Bull seems just now much more reasonable than he was wont to be in times gone Chicago opera festival will close Martin McMahon is spoken as Collector of the Port of New is expected that 1,200 houses be erected in the Town of Lake buildings are objected to as ex eluding and cess in case of Empire is exclaimed Napoleon when he was on the verge of England evidently desires but war is the normal condition of an aggressive and covetous War has hid its triu for that great but it cannot expect to retain results in who live bv the sword will perish by member of The staff called at the general office of the Burlington and Quincy for the purpose of learning the authenticity of the rumor regarding the purchase by that road of the Western Dummy which operates through said the gentleman company had the matter under consideration for some the conclusion arrived at was bu: owing to some technicality the matter was in ail probability not to be agitated the prospect of its at is very uncertain What may be done I am not in a position to Dummy Road is now in the hands of a The trains are run with more regularity than characterized the management of the but there is still room for The track is in a deplorable to expt ct any immediate wonderful results from its We expect a common-sense disposal of Wo do not expect it to keep pace with jur ideas or with our Had the people shown their earnestness and honesty of purpose on behalf cf reform by sustaining this and electing reformers when they had an cur demands might be louder and our suggestions more We might then have stood by the we will have to bo satisfied the and cease to expect miracles at the sound of our All parties seem to be pretty well satisfied except the eld ring gang of and that this paper was established to The reformers Lave been culled into council with the the offices so far have been fairly and a disposition shown that nothing shall be underhand or The light of day shall be let in on Tho town accounts have been subjected to the scrutiny of tho principal expert of tho opposition and pronounced In this regard the conduct of Supervisor has been very different from that of Supervisor and Treasurer There is no exclusive set now on which to confer the town and patronage is extended to the most Thk is not considered an and will be treated according tc its We shall cense to urge reform and and demand the best ideals for and Russia's unswerving purpose i So much so that its patronage is not to add to her Eastern and war with England will surely follow sooner or appears to be a domestic infelicity in the affairs of George at the Northeast Corner of the election for two School held on Saturday last for town range 14, which includes Lake and a portion of Hyde Benjamin R. Chamberlin was re-elected and George Fleming elected in of J. These gentlemen were elected on the The Vindicator congratulates Mr. Fleming on his unopposed We have no doubt whatever that lie will make a faithful Both gentlemen were previously nominated at public as it would be under more advantageous There is no reason why the Dummy line should not be a Except Sunday Except L. ABLE HA TT and Dealer the transfer STREET AND ARCHER Complete Stock of the Latest Styles Always on O. H. AND ARCHER Cakes a on Archi l- All H ill the HORSESHOER State en proper treatment of all diseases cf attention paid to Trot tini and Road and W. Madison I invite an inspection of snv stocks of the newest and of Carpets and which I am prepared to sell CASH OR ON THE INSTALLMENT W. Dummy feel as if they would like to crawl into a hole from Chicago weather this and pull the vacuum in after the late President of left a fortune of accumulated while in the public service on a small Keil rebellion in the Northwestern provinces in the Dominion of Canada is the result of heartless neglect and disregard of the starved and in our is a champion and a John A. MacDonald is the real He is a leader who rules Canada by the of insincerity and political 11.26 p 2 m g. 00 7 20 8.40 10.1 i 11.40 p m 1.30 2 40 4.10 5..-0 m 0.13 7.23 s. 43 10.13 11.43 pm 1.13 2.43 4.13 5. 7.2 10.18 11.4S 4.1S 58 m 7.34 8.43 10.24 11.54 p m 1.24 2.54 4.21 0.01 7.J3 03 10.33 12.03 p 3.0- 4.: 0.13 7.48 1>. 12.08 p m 1 3.08 4 has been a good ileal of excitement in Chicago this week over election Our government is a failure until such time as the uncontrolled will of the people is made absolutely of School District No. 2, Lake and Hyde which includes the northeastern portion of Lake and a small slice of Hyde has made the following report on the pressure for school accommodation the Pullman School there are in half-day divisions about 2d 1 ) in the Street School there are iti half-day divisions about in ' the Fallon School there are in I divisions about 200; in the Graham | School there are in the half-day about 00; 690. half this or represents | the number of pupils admitted to these j schools for whom there are no nent To relieve the Forty-third | and the and to provide proper i accommodations for your High it is necessary that you take measures j early to purchase a site and erect a i building somewhere between tho two I buildings To relieve the Fallon and the Graham it is necessary to either j erect additional rooms on the Fallon or Graham or on or in On him and his should be visited all the i the school lot recently sold to Mr. conse of this savage re- i a ci suitable building on said and so He ought to be put down | rebellion While there are at present no day divisions east of the Hock morning contemporary is making it is true that the rooms are editor of The had the pleasure of meeting and enjoying the hospitality of Cicero's Town in last The gentleman is Mr. M. B. a man of undoubted A. in 6.4'' 8.00 1.50 3.10 4.50 p m 12.25 1.55 3.2-5 4.55 6.35 p m 12.34 2."4 3.34 5.04 g m 7. o i s. 20 w 11.10 p m 12. io 2.1 5.10 p io 2.13 3.45 5.15 6.35 8.28 48 11.18 p m 22.48 2.18 3.48 5.88 6.5s 11. 5.23 NO FREE i li loo anJ pace Hours to s p. m- 9 to 1? AND ARCHER to 11 a. 2 to 4 p. and all Cook Forty-third Union Stock Money and Bents VILLAGE an incorporated in the I Township of adjo nina Oak Park in Cicero and Biver Forest in Oak I Park Station of the C. N. W. B. which is nine miles from Wells also I serves The population is about BOARD OF Fred J. H. C. Henry Aug. John G. V. Police Village Jr. Special I week we shall publish a specially prepared edition of Thk for and make an extensive free distribution of the paper in that It will be a sample copy and we hope that the result will be hundreds of additional appears the carried one precinct in the Town of that of No. 7, or Normal Mr. Elwell having received 148 votes there to Mr. Gahan's 116. no is a sourci of some comfort to the blackened ado over the reported by of persons at i It is more than probable that the deaths did not result from that much dreaded scourge but as there is some doubt in the matter the contemporary in tion makes capital ont of the the necessity for which we do not Chicago is and will bs in no greater danger than she has been for the past several years of a visit of the Asiatic i Every indication points to an escape from that which our j jarv foolishly insists will ravage our It of a wise j icy to give the city a thorough j but it is not policy to parade the cholera scare to the extent except one in the Farren and that will be next if not At that time the Coleman will 1 e overcrowded and more accommodations must be provided You ne then to look only a little way ahead to see new building is needed between flie railway tracks near Forty-seventh new building is needed west of the Fort Wayne and near Forty-third An enlargement of the Coleman building or a new building on that renowned Vigilance Committee called into existence in San Francisco in by such tampering with tho ballot boxes as exists now in and the control of local politics by and a clean sweep of the An King if by 1 no His death the public anil his brought together thousands of man and They the vigilantes before They hired a christened it tho and it. a cannon and a bell 011 top it. They furnished a court room an 1 erected 11 They organized into companies and battalions seized the Government Their secret police were Their opponents consisted of and who called themselves the They hanged Casey and another gambler named City They banished tho able and gamblers out of the and hunted them through the I They kept possession of the city government for six purified and its expenses Having accomplished all this they paraded the city and restored the government to its normal The claim of the party was that the bad condition of things that had existed was owing to the failure of business men to perform citizen duties arid servo on an evil that now exists in so the criminal classes ran the city government and A dramatic circumstance was the banishment of the lamented Gen. Ed formerly of this along with the rest of the at a time when he was a candidate for tho United States He went to Oregon and there secured what California denied The renowned orator visited San Francisco on his way to His friends flew to He received an ovation like that of Aristides the on return to Athens after the He spoke in the old Pacific Street Opera and men went mad with his elo They embraced cried far sung hymns to and the streets with This was the sequel of a great young city's How shall matters terminate iu are said to be organizing for a fresh raid on and the news comes by the way of Detroit that they are now secretly drilling in the leader of the half-breed is said to be ill can easily trace a similarity between Chicago's political and New York when it was under the sway of the Tweed The elective the inalienable right of every American has degenerated find on inquiry the dodger that circulated in the late Cicero crediting the late Supervisor Butters with the sale of the was got up and sent out without ever being referred to Mr. Hence the Union circular which charging the matter to Mr. Conway ia language unbecoming any respectable committee or was without the semblance of Nor did Mr. Conway in any cf his speeches refer thing of name if the recent election in this city affords any the sale of one way or the The words of New York's former what are you going to do about might be appropriately by Canity bonds issued July 1, to 810,000, were not sold Dec. 27, Joseph i The lowing is a true copy of a handbill printed at for the j leading merchant of that It was j sent to Mr. Albert of this a relative who lives in The may not be too vigorously | worded for that outpost of but in this land of churches and day schools it would be pronounced j much too and j. H. Breed having returned I from Chicago with largest and finest | f goods ever into la prepared i to sive the people of Winslow surrounding I country the bargains ever heard of in I the I carry a hell of a larae assortment i of which space will not allow me to that bat if yoa will hitch up and call on 188i, amounting yon can he yon and sell von anything you may want in his H. A.