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   Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - October 12, 1894, Chicago, Illinois                                 YOL XII.-M il. The Vindicator  WEST TOWN CHICAGO, OCT. 12, '01.  WILLIAM HAI.LEW ... Kitttor anil Proprietor.  Subscription iSti.OO i»er itiilliiui, in ml vmicr.  OFFICI-:, 207 VVIOST MADISON ST It FFT.  Entered In Dio Ctnc.-uro Poutolllca uh Second Class Matter.  Oillcial Paner of the Tinviw of Cicero and Proviso, and VIllaucHoi May wiHiii.IUver Forest, Melrose and Harlem.  A UVKKTISIXil IH'I'KH :  ileadhiK Notices, 1 cent a word each time. Display Advertisements 1 in. ouo insertion $1.00 1 Inch por mont h - '-M*' 1   Yearly contract« per inch . Iier month- - l.un  WEST' 1  DIVISION NEWS.  <¿¡itli<-r«-il troni all tlic Outers.  riON'I'lt A li I'AItli.  -Mrs. liurrott, of !',)!):! I,ako street, is entertaining her mother from Canada.  —J. T. Nowberry bus left on a business trip through tho South.  — Tho Republican club met on Tuesday niglit in ltubmanu H hull to organize for the campaign.  — Tho Baptist cottage prayor meeting in to bo held at tho homo of Mrs. K. Mills, 57 Forty-first streot, on Friday evening.  -Tho paRtor'u wifo, Mrs. S. C. Ilaskin  WM. HALLI-Y, EDITOR  CHICAGO, ILI,, F1UDAY, 0IT0I5KI! 12, 180-1.  ' ffig.OO a y^ar, in nilTQQd ì "»e. |>i>r t:t>vy.  ¿(18.") West  IHOKIÍLANI».  -JuniPH Marshall, undertaker, Lake. Open day and night. *  —Tho Knights of PytliiiiR hold a well attended ballonet on Monday night.  — J. Sorensen lias rcopuuod his grocery nlore.  —The littlo soli of Police ollicor .Johnson of Ohio streot, has been very ill of pneumonia, but is now recovering.  - Miss Jennie Lumping is recovering from typhoid fever at the homo of Mr.  was welcomed ut church last Sunday, her ! Poem 111 Central Park.  consul"!-lovers of the  ¡Mill  anil  lilfKillTON ¡'AlfK.  Albert Corville is happy over the birth of a boy in his family.  —Joseph liurns bin secured a position running a dredge on the drainage ivmil.  — Mrs. John Noonan is spending a few weeks vi-iting in ltoekfonl.  — There w.is a good crowd at the F.uro-peun hotel dance on Saturday night, anil a tip-top tune is reported.  — The bicycle racing on the boulevard every Saturday night is attractin able attention among local Wheel.  — It is rumored that the nail works will start up about the middle of Ibe month. All Brighton IY.rk is hoping that the rumor is true.  — Mr. and Mrs. C. liny are the smiling parents of a baby boy. This is their first child, and they are receiving congratulations from many old friends.  --••Old Mill Griff," as the l.ovs call him, is now wealing the red ribbon. This change is u vir.g to an apparition that George saw oil 111 • priiine one night last week.  —'I'h" police have now changed from Minim 'r to full uniforms, and none of the boys of r.iuhton put up a better app.-ar-ii ii i e in their now clothes thin Officers Nugent and M"Grath.  — - Fresh oyster- in bulk, 2:1 cents per tpinl; '.»I cents per gdiun. II. nry M. Median. st:iple and fancy groceries meats, corner Thuty-eighth street Grand avenue.  — Fire was discovered on Wednesday, Oct. '¡J, in tho barn in the rear of ;j!l.Ml Western avenue, owned by ox-Alderman Daniel Ackoiman and occupied by Patrick McFPigott. Tile d-i'o tge was slight. The building was insured. John Melilligott gave tho alarm.  — Charles ICusboM, n C. & A. switchman, hud hts left hand and lingers badly crushed while coupling cars last Friday. l)rs. Wicldiam and Trott had to amputate two of his lingers, ltussell was somewhat inexperienced. having gone into the yard at tie' tune of the strike.  — Mr. William Mclntyre has purchased Charles Ward's fixtures at his old stand, corner of Tnirty-ninth street ami Hurt avenue, and h is opened a lirst-ciass meat business. II" is a brother of Mrs. Daniel Ack-erinun. H i will move his family to iirighton Park.  — Fllen, the infant daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Patrick McCarthy, of \iK>-> Ked/.ie avenue, died < >,-t. .'Id. The funeral was on the following day, from the house, in charge of I'lidertaker Adams. The interment was at Calvary. The parents have the sympathy of many friends.  —lolin Aekerman left for Denver, Col., about the middle of the week. lie will spend the winter in that climate, or a little further south. He thinks that, in case he doesn't like Colorado, he will go to New Mexico, or possibly to Texas or Florida. His physician thinks, however, that Denver is the best health resort for him.  — Walter llenphy died Sept. 21',, 18!) 1. a je years.  Heiven now retains our tiea-ure, Kartli the lonely casket Keeps. /Mid the sunshine loves to linger. Where our darlh.i; Walter sle.-jis.  Cousin Jtssir. Snyueh, Hriglilon Park. *  --Miss .Jessie Webster is getting to be an an.ii chist —leastwise the other day she "fired a bum"—out of George Esselin's store. The fellow was half intoxicated and was making himself obnoxious, ho tho young lady toolc him bv the coat collar and lauded him on tho sidewalk. It was a trying case. The young lady was alone and showed good pluck. The man weighed about lil'h pounds.  —Miss Aguos Skelton, for a long time employed at Ilenry Valk's, was married to Mr. John llerst at Mr. Valk's home last week Wednesday evening, ltiv. Mr. McLaughlin, of the Presbyterian chutc.i, performed the ceremony. Miss liello Patter-sou was bridesmaid, and Will, im ll.igers was best in ui. The hippy eoupl" hive gone io housekeeping in Mrs. Mills' upper flit at 11122 Archer avenue.  — During the pa it week the Police lienev -olent entertainment has been going on at the Auditorium theater. Among the m my attendants from iirighton Paik no one had a move enjoyable tiui" than Operator J. MeF.lligott. of the Eighth precinct, with a young I idv who resid-s oil Oikwood ave-uil'j. They cam" home from tiie theater i'l n caning", and John his been wearing a smiling fare unit a beautiful ling on in-linger ever since.  —The pastor and the fair committees of St. Mauritius Germ m Catholic church, corner Thirty-sixth street ai:d Iloyue avenue, are busily at work to make the fair to be held in Kaiser's h ill. Archer avenue and Look street, from the 1 eh to 111- SJittli of Oetoli T, u good entertainment for their friends in ILughtou mid I'.rt-i« -pur!. Tli.-y hereby send their hearty invitation, and count on numerous acipiaintanc -s i.»r m iking the fair a suecs-i lin-mciaily.  — Officer David Koh-ton, of the Eighth precinct police station, is the pioud father of a bouncing baby boy. born early last week. Live claims it is a li'.-pounder, but his fellow otlicers think that about four pounds of it is only a concrete form of the patrolman's paternal imagination. I! has been a good week for bab.es io the police department. Ollie. i James O Nell, of the same precinct, h is entered the lists with a little daughter. The Ics fortunate members of the force are specula i lug oo the ihances that Uolstou's boy will grow up and marry O Neil's gill.  !>Ol'<;i,AS 1'AKK.  — Dr. Howling. of 1 ."¡2(1 Ogden avenue, has secured the services of Dr. iio.vers ot Pittsburgh, P,i. The Doctor cokcs highly ree jinmeiided, having h id six v-ar- experience in dcidistrv.  first attendance Hinco hor long illness.  —Mrs. L. E. flaekley hiiR returned from Marengo, 111., where she has been visiting linr Hon, M. T. Hackley.  — Postmaster Ilesing has got his mail collection boxes up at last. They are placed at nearly every block.  —Don't forget tho night nchool at tho Tilton school houRe. All grades are taught. Any one over 11 years of age can attend.  — The grand ba/.uar at St. Phillip's church opened on Thursday night with a large attendance and with choice music by the llolv Family band.  — Charles Heidelberg was taken with tits at tho Northwestern railway shops last Mon -day, and bad to be taken to his home in Harlem by the police signal service.  --Michael Ityun, a well-known tirem in of the Northwestern road, had his picket picked of a gold watch, with a hair chain, iast Tuesday eveiui'g on an Elevated train.  — Mr. and Mrs. l)e Enver. of 2o,s2 Harvard stieet, mourn tho death of their infant son, Joseph. The funeral was on Tuesday, in charg" of James Marshall, with buviiil at Calvary.  -■The Congregational people held "Ye Olden Time" social and oyster supper on Thursday evening at the church, under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. 'This is their first oyster supper of the season.  —The Republicans are ni iking a thorough canvass of aii the voters of the Twenty-eighth waul, 'popuutoiv to the coming election. Phillip Goetter is canvassing the Tenth precinct.  — liuth, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.lison. of 1171 Wurr-t: ave:::i", did Oct. Md, and was buried the following d.,v by James Marsh ill, with i'.iti.-rm -nt at Wald-heim.  — Welcome CoiKiei!. No. ;{:», 1! ¡val Ivugiie, enjoy a members' iv- ¡jtn.ii and entei tainuieiit at Ii -limaon's hill en 1'ridav evening. A program of music ami liter ir;. features bv env talent is n::;iouie'' d.  —Mrs. Fraedon is building u new house on Indiana street, near Forty-ninth street, next to her present house.  —Mìsh 1 lora Heiland is about to open a school for children, in embroidery and plain sewing.  — Clarence Ilaigli is partially disabled by a poisoned fiugcr, resulting from getting oil into a wound.  —Mr. Gestford mid family, of Hub hard stieet, are about to move hue'; to their old home in Pennsylvania.  — -Mrs. Covert has moved her store from T'.l West Forty-eighth street to the corner of West Fortieth street and M"tn>politun l'lace.  -- 'There is unite a litlle buoni in red ist:-,'ie hereabouts. O.i" dealer repot ts th" sale of four lots in Glover Pros.' subdivision . in one day.  — liipus it McCoy ale b ivin j ill' ; e orders for coal than they can till. When they get their sheds completed, t!i",v will ila a lirst class business.  — Married, Taylor-II uhb.ird, October 1, IS',II, by Key. S. M. Crissmin pastor of the Presbyterian church, Mr. .lohn M. 'Taylor and Miss Lottie Hubbard.  — Send your soiled linen to the Palace Ilund Laundry.No. 7;! W. TVrtyeighlh street, Mor.'land. First class work irauranteed.*  —'I'h" two-and-e.-h'ilf year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyons, of Ohio street, fell and bioke los right arm I.-low the citi,cv la-,' Sutiirdiy nii.'ht. 'The 1 ; ! !e* l'e 1 !. .u is recovering nicely under the care of Dr. Dailmg.  In the announcement of last week's Vi.M.ir.iiìHi ni Ihe funeral of ],. 11. Hathaway, by a ini-prnit the un.' proper m.'.iie was not given. I\ Corrigan was iu ch irg".  — '1'ti" U .pablicni' meeting io Fis di' i's nu.'lit- I ii ' sj.eaker-S .( 'onwav. -I n ' ». F. S ■ m I'Mi, M ! I. 1 !  Hue, and runt in largo iMwbers in Peters' ball Saturday evening tO^lce steps to prevent further action by the'road, if possible. William Ito ss was chnfHnftn, nud C. W. Salisbury wan eocretary. f Speeches wero made by Messrs. Fiilriol',^ Bauer, Allen, Salisbury, Lang and AJiWrman Sayle, of the Twenty-eighth ward, Chicago. A committee consisting of A. <pL Allen, C. W. Salisbury and Georgo GraifiiiB, was chosen to investigate tho condign of things and  THE ADVANCED (MEL.  SHE ISA SICKLY CREATURE BECAUSE ! HER PADS ARE EXHAUSTING.  Simple Acts Sleroiiu 1  Hit; I'lKlcrtuliin^s l'n-<lcr Itcform Kuli'S ll.nv Socirty Woiiii.n  ISyjilelie In tlie Truest: Sense.  tuli l-I r ■rtuk. ;  b  !d  W.e  — 'The community was tivded to a wedding a little out of the ordinary on .Monday, when .lo-cph Much uni, aged lb, and Misr Eda Linn, aged lo, weie joined m wedlock by a city justice. 'The young folks are living at present with the groom's parents,  —'['he Adams street Methodst church people tendered a handsome reception to their pastor and his wife, M-. and Mrs. Kelley, at tho church parlors on Tuesday evening. A fine musical and literary program .van rendered t nd fight refresh,ueut -, were n; rved.  —Thomas Clifford, a laborer, 17 years old, who lives at Ki'.l ¡listings sired, hud several ribs broken by the falling of an earth embankment, by which he was winking, at the corner of L iwiidale and Col)-rado avenues. II" was taken to his hous * by the Central Park police.  — 1). H. Coll'ee, a laborer. :H', years old, residing with his family at :!K Elg-niiut avenue, hud his right leg broken by a cdoe Car at the corner of Madison and II i:n!iu streets last week 'Thursday. The Central i Park police signal service took hi in to tli" CouiiiV hospital.  — Oscar O'Mulley, a teauist t. while driving through a gateway at 21172 West Lake street, last week Fri.iiy, had his held struck by the top beam of th" gateway and received a bail sc lip g isli b ick of tli" forehead. lie was attended by l)r. Sage, and was then taken [ ()  J) r . Slides' sanitui ium l.y the Central Park police signal service. He is 2o years old.and unmarried.  — The store at 20o7 West Like street, occupied by G"Oi'ge Guid.in as a harness shop, was burglari/. ;d and set on tire bv unknown parlies on Sunday night. 'The 11 iiiih were discovered and quickly extinguished by the tire department. Mr. Guliluu bus now moved his shop cityward. He says that thiH is the sccotiu attempt to hum him out, and he has had enough of it.  anotl; hull on \V-a ! t no u ne--. I i n I.. 11, \ I I ;.  Were  E.  Lurrnu ■!' a'..i L ri I; i. i i io:. A g.>od erovr I wis i". 11 ■ t ■ ; i Im.' ' in I ,'.'1¡ i,i¡, - ! it up for t'n ■ K o. io: ;e i .. i. i : ; y . n;i |, ro -  tedimi.  — (¡.o. Mix fona .I his 1".^ - id' }' .vnhi.U-barle'r iru'.le during th  1  sunru-r g .-id tlut h" bus bought the busines i o.,! rigid and w:!l continue it at the old stand. Mr. Mix as moved his family in'o the i|uarter.s iKU'tipieil by Mr. iiurnhart as a has gone .villi his Mix formel Iv  — One of Central Park's shining lights in the business, social and political world, a young man who lives not more than  fornici Iy iKvupied by dwelling, and the hitt. family to live where Mr reside;!, on Hubbard street.  —Mr. Edson Haas, an easier a ll Hist, but J ite^jf.^Ij'de P:,\rk, has purchased the prison-holffic'B and business of the Austin Floral Co. He will conduct the same on the most approved 'methods anil hop- s by prompt attention to retain the patrona"" ,,f  () i,i custom ts anil secure th it of new ones A tri il is s"liciteli.  --Alderman Savie lias secured from the School Hoard, after a long tight, the grunt of a new school house site on Fiftieth street, somewhere between Caieugo avenue and Erie street, lod-, will lie advertised for light away and it is honed tiiit the ! Citv Council will give their consent to the purchase uud to the erection of a new building. 'The lieu school is needed sorely at the present time and could h- tilled at once. 'The present school building will be used for the primiry departments ,,f;ei the n.'.v house eoni"s into u--e.  -Win. Hailey was fined and costs by •I il.lg" Auiersou at Austin on Wodne--duv night. The complainant was a Mr. Wood, who c.iurgcd hi in with disorderly and improper relations with Mrs. Wood. 'The pailies me all colored ami th" case hurt been of keen luleiest in the colored quarter. The waist that could tie ptoved against lSuiley was that he has bestowed upon the lady some few kisses and calesse.-, moie or less abundant. Mrs. Wood and her husband d ) not live together owing to domestic incompatibility.  - Mrs. John T. Mill die.! las! Sun iiy inorning from diphtheria, after an iloiess . f only two days. She was attended by I>rs. Pope and Jones, of Austin, but ti c disease took on a most malignant forni and ill!  teen miles from llio corner of Like and | efforts in her behalf weie unav.iilii Forty-second streets, is planning to ent.-i the blissful bonds of lnitninoiiy, about the middle of next week, and is keeping it mighty quiet. It is understood beforehand that tins step will not in any way jeopard Fred Luudin's Senatorial chances'. So Will says.  —lohn Haley, a well-known engineer of tho Northwestern railroad, was killed at Le Fox on Monday morning. In company with others, he jumped to the ground, through a mistake iu signals, thinking there was going to be a collision. The funeral was held on Wednesday at Clinton. I u. Ills former home. The railroad company ran out a special car to ucc iminodate those of tile employes of the ro id who wished toa'-toml the obsequies. A large number of the friends of the deceased enginci took advantage of the opportunity to piy their last respects lo their fellow workman.  — Mis. Joseph Coughlin. of 21(111 Kin/.o-street, died of consumption last Saturday. The funeral was held on Tuesday from St. Phillip's church, in charg. of J. A. Corii-gun. 'The procession went by carriage to the Northwestern depot, with interin lit ut Calvuiy. She was :l'.l years old. and is survived by Mr. Coughlin and four fhitd.-eu. She hud lived m th's vicinity for a long time, and is mourned by m nv trends. Sh" was a member of the M up ied Ludl-s' So-dalitv of Si. 1 1  in 11111s' church.  — A death of more than ordinary sadness was tli it i,f Mrs. William ('nil .mrj:i un. o,' 20S! Wesi Luke street, which occurred on Monday morning at about I o'clock. A b lby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham last Sum! iv. 'Th" mother w is doing nicely und.-r Dr. Miluanio'', s cue Until Thuisiluy night, from which tine site rapidly grew wors". I'lie fun-r,.l seiviee Was held Oil Wednesday morning, with si!-■mill high miss ut St. Phillip's church, and interment at Calvary. 1' udei tak"r Corngau was iu charge. .Mrs. Cunningham w e. 2o years old, and is survived bv lc r grief-stricken husband, by a litlle sou about 2 years old ami the 2-weeks-old lube. She was an estimable lady, beloved by all who knew her. and a member of the Married Ladies' Sodality of St. Phillip's church. Among the ¡1 )rul tributes sen! to the lurg.-l v attended funeral were tl iwers in profusion from the motoriuen of the Electric, ruiirou I. where Mr. Cunningham is employed.  I i  get out ali injunction ,if{8.5nBt tho railroad if I Mnnuco ti. licci» Viiim,; und I resli. necessarv and withiu thelt'.jiowor.  On Tuefiday evoning amtther meeting wns lield, at whici) the oowtoiMe reported. Mr. Salisbury had Hecured a ,i"»py of tho ordi-nance granted in May, lp9',l, by the Cicero 'Town Board to the Ogdcù uSIreet liailroad compiiny for a single ira'ofc franchi le 011 the west side of Fortv-eigluh'«treot, witli per-niission to use elc.otricitj,.ith poles eithcr at the ctirb or in tho c«ii er of tho stre t. 'The frauchiRi) also incitili? l'paits of Tweuty-Hixth, Six.eentli and Twii-\l h streets cast of Forty-eighth Htreet. • >  'The Ogden com^iany ir. " .'garded as pruc-tieallv the sanie as the Cl'/uro and Provisi» company. The result 01 the contest will be awaited wiih uiuch interest.  Bel} Two Days of Registration for the November Mm of 1894:  WKvST SI 1)13;!TI3MS.  — Nellie Long, a Oreou-street buidhidv, went into a saloon at Ma'ditsoii and Gri en sir.'els about 2 o'clock Tttesday morning. While I here soul" unknown person fired a sho!, I lie bull narrowly missing Nellie. Her narrow escape i< a mattoriof wonderment, for Nellie is so large that il is dHiiuili to believe that a Inillet conl-1. miss her 11" the gun wis pointed toward h''V. A police couit investigation followed and Nellie had to pay SKI for being shot at.  —I)r. .Jason C. Page, a Enlist nt 1S1 Ogden avenue, is defendant ill a circuit co art divorce bill filed by Milt.7 A Page. The charge is cruelty mid desertion, l'ugo is accusi d of striking IliB \W ? e and thro wing her upon the floor. Sho yuVH he deserted her on October lo, arid last Septem-  '..-■ ¡.ft the citv io avoid being compel lei I to iUpport her. His property in the Ogden avenue etliee lois been plio -Hl in the charge of Dr. Georgo Appel. .Jomplainant has till . " children, Muiy Emil.V. Jason J.'T.. und Gliidis W. Page is said to have usually re-? '¡ye '. :r.. ¡neoni" of month from his  Tlic Sáiw íícíjüin'S ¡i ,\cw licücnil ííriii^lrülion íiiis S',:lî.  1 he I'm.ini o! ki'!;b,trv will lie in - e:--]' di tu iv^i.-tn \i>t. citici ;iclliii!.; ])laci'S mi Tticrulax', lb:t<>lu.T i'>, ar.'l 1 t:<:-;!.i, t b  A foreign friend once made tho following observation: i  •'Afici living ¡iniong yon for n year or j  two I Im." come to the conclusion that ; '  your women aro t lie sicklii st uf any t,hat.  :  one knows of. 1 am told that, tlicy,are in-finiti'ly more \-igoruus und sound Uuui  t heir Hint hers nnil / r v:indinoi hors used to |  lie. Yet, I find plenty of rouiii for improve- j Kvt.Ty \ lit CT lilt 1st > 11 > t lie ! '< >11 -s i 11 ] l" fro in illld I\'.'!2 i-'tcr i >11 either  nient, anil I he oddest' part of t he mat ter— I /»,.». K .. ,V is l,".,;T . il.i 1 ,. \ . \ 1 / ii  , , , ., , ., , , -. , it'cto.K' i')oi rail v n lln s c < anni it \ ntc .o A. >\ cm il h •' Oth.  I declare t hat Idon.it know whether it bo . ... , , .  cause or idi'cct--is that, of all women, they ; I' IS lint: SI 1111 ci (tilt lliat Votl \ otl'll I.Ht h|»rill;4 111 that V< >11 K C'L; i I' r.'(1 il are those who .qipi ¡ir to have I lie greatest yc.ll' ; I l; ( >, or two years ,ipo. nuinbcr of foils id i'. byeicme nolure. Dress refcii-iii. food relorui. physical cul tun—,\..u will iievi-r anywhere see the cut hllsiOsIn 1 , l '.e,v l!is|l!u>' si!I'JICsSell in these inoi'. i.- lb'./ ilo\iiii ;n ..mil. lor it!" If one is to lire 1 III' , llieui y of these  things l.y I lie bei.e!,! win- ii appears to,'leer no from the ; r id ic . d' i hem. one must, form ;t j ... c o; i: i!' ,ti . e' i!, '  A 11'ie u-' ob-er\:ii e ei was never made. No women in t|,e world d., I ii i: i i- i o mil eh of bye'ieiiie prnei ici s as oiii- women, and among im women do van hoar so constant, a repetition <.l pl.uinis id ■■ i;i'iii'al|;i,a," "lici'Mins dy-pepsii anil ••nervous prostration." Dill .jo-t li'i'. ■ ;i d i-t i net ion is to ho innile t lin^i'seuped our foreign friend, as wits milurul i nonirh. fur one, inu.-i • he thoroughly familiar wit h till t lie a.-peei s .if ii country's life to pireoiv. Mich ilifl'ei'-enci s.  The sickly women ¡n vXitioi jca uro those prcciselv' that can leusi iili'oid to be sickly, those precisely in whom .-ieklincss beconics almost ludicrous, beeuii-e it. so elicet ually invnliihiti .s the high denionils which they hnvi- rcei mly been makintr. 'The workers, tho brain lob.,no ., ihe tenchei's and col-lego woi,u t:. t',,o w.mii !i iu professions,  111 du S a. ill. to i ) p. m. \ ( I  AT ANY OTIÍKK TIMI':.  d pre-her  I'ltRSiiN CAN HÌ-: Ki;i:i>"n-;RKi)  V.UI'li  lidio w nu  I'rermet i-  are tli  - ' i  " -' - 1  1  's.''. II'.  " Ò , ■ i -  libico:- ' d l'< 1  si e,  r '  an< I  r  m tli.  .•SU,  ' I-  11 >-i I --  i? 1 -riko S t r. ' c t, M. del,idd. W. -i-Mi'.l ar.'.l i ::111 Sltoei -A relier A venne, 1 »ri" liti o -- i 7 1  1  _. -, S t 11 Si root, 1 Iridinoti 2 loi 1 .ala: Stroot, CciUt'ol I'.irl  /tl) Sli\ et .uii 1 .j I -t l'I.ice. 21 l'I ; "Stil Streo'i , r>ri;_;hloll 1\ 2.¡.i| l'oie Strort. M'd'elanil I <)' ).. ! .ake Street, Central l'av' 22'. i 1 lana-, di Stroot.  i'oe'hc". „• aro lhewiineii ¡iimuig whom I he various  William Nelson, 10 y #f rs old, who livi .1 troubles „f Ilio ii.-i-m -• und d igest ii m— with Ills P mods ut il Noftli Morgan stri et, ■ which ooild alni, si be call, il A ni. ricali  ■iih.l - wellt ii g along th4' ,,í 'o" oí the outer, discuses, mmli mere do jien¡ile suffer 1 igoon ut Lincoln Park &tnd.ir üfl'-irivii. j from then., (..-re ihuii. !-. where—<-! ,i i : • i ila  eeei. le i 1  ' al I y fell iu nr.ti was dro.vne 1. hu-gest. numb I-uf viel iln.s. \ "in':; X.'lson was fortq^rly employed i:i j And pliy.- e i.ui.s l:n..\v ih'c. .\iol ye! the \ iXM.'.u'olt otlice. "Tic was U bul „( , these uro I lie -e, onion win, in. st ilo-1 :-o," i n ,, ,  g"0 1 h'ibils and a faithful worker. Iiis! addit ion t o i;„. fund ion-, which tlie.v al l'AtìA' I sO/l SD.Ì E , I Uixl.iy, N"\olllli'r (>;¡)  pai,-uts li iv.- ooa 1  sincere simnithy for their | leudy perform, nini whn ii. if uno ist..  very sad h; r.'iivement. juii'.:e b'.' the ¡.nvsieal sir. i:g:h woi. h liny  al  ----^Tf-."—-j hring to 11 :. ' : i' disehui".'.'. ai-o .already too  I 11'V COI N -iL. j much for I h. i r mihi it lit i. ui. t o ululen al-  At lie :y Council Ot Monday evening, i the luindien., ,,f men! 'Thru is n. t tho ({¡gl  a. in. an. 1 eli csr at .| p. m.  A. T.lYLOSi,  Chief C/<■:■/:■.  A d. M ich mudenn iinpc rtnntmove wh. n | i»iint v.v v.-^h i.i r. -i i!p.»n beio. howev. r.  he den eleit an inquii-y i-dothe methods | Tin- poiiit i.; tli.il tlie l.e-liioiiol,!o nnd ihe  of luv 10g special as^egßlUt'.lts. Aid. Nol lo I frivol. .::.■ wo:,n u, 11c ilidi aoi "Iii. those introdu :ed a l'csolution fo.V th«) Htltiriiissioii | tha', boiber leo-t. will, f:.,l- in Iii" wnv of to the coutied at itsnc-xtvi eting of all pay i cuung and m ,..! ir.:;, ,,, ü.a:.. :::al i. lim:  rolls not yet printed. .. was also tho niut weru-ing ¡¿.n l.-i's mei doy.s oi stich anil ^yuE MA5 TIIR PRINTERS,  prohibition district Ilio territory bounded by I who ha. " the-be-t le -oh h ni: o .ng us. 7 ryiciìc H. V-luUely ot' »'l»ica K i> ¡le:  P. S3. îiEcîfJAn, 2-1SWKY SCHöMfIK, il. BA0EP3OÖM,  //ou,-./ o t' /'.Vee/ooi ( 'oui,,,  Itissell street and Gartield, Seminary, and j >!o ono cl:i;i.,s ; loi: 11. ■ . i. . i. u-, bu '.o m .1  Fullertou avenues, on the north siib. ¡ pniiiuis in ib.se , ¡:. 1. . i.,,.. l'ientyid'  Health Commissioner Reynolds sent in a | w.ooeii I.:!.-.'., duwn !:■::: ;,.,, ;i n. .,u-i ior n  petition for more money to fight small po\, ¡  r))UI  ,,f  t .., v ,. f v  -,e: :, io.oi: or from  which was referred to the finance commit-  1  u; ij ni i'.a -1 ii : id v ; i ] ; i h. .u i id eh i'dr, o  N'U.liin:il 'I';, potlivlie.  'The 1 " nil od Tv ;.ut h. : o.'il . f ¡ oo.-; i r pi'i r.l.  te»  l'a ! oi:"  ou ni  i  l'ho  funeral was hell ou Motidu\, se,vies at the house being dispensed with. K"V. Luther Pardee read the burial seiv.ee at the grave at j\uv-t I lome eenietoi y. Airs. Mill was about t'l years old and leuv.-s two children. Sili' was a member id the Daughters of Kebeecu, who scut a handsome tribute of ti uvei s. The family have the sympathy of a wide euch of tuend-. At present writing no other ea-e.s of diphlln it i have been reported.  — Work on the electric rail wa t rack along Forty-eight 11 stieet, north from lain-street, was begun Monday and is beim: i.,o-idly imslied to Chicago avenue, o ¡...e u number of Moreluiul men have fono wotk up an the job through Alderin ni Savi". 'I'll" company is laying a most siibstuntiil road bed wall the heaviest electric lull there is mude. Everybody seems happy at the prospect of the speedy iuipi o vellico t of the stieet, by the Düving of the central portion of the roadway, which th • coin-puny has to do ill uecoi'duuee with its franchise. The sewer confirm it ion s- em . tied up for th" present :n Judge Scabs' court, but it will c mi" uflei the dictions, to say the least. \\ ueu the sewer is Inalt the street cur tracks will h ivc tu" he pulled up ami relui'l temporal : ! y a I Ih".saies of the street. After that tli.'V will I, pi .ceil ami the Cicero and Proviso I omaunv will pa\ e the street f toni curi. I o e ab.  MAN Ï->KM..  'The latest propio cy about the Metropolit m Eievated rali load is that trains will be running by .1 in. 1 st.  Kelt/ h is a new windmill a', his  lumber yard. 1 le say s it e ,, i be seen feau Moreiund and < 'leero.  - l''re.l A . U"lt*. -I. t omni. .1.11 unter ,iinl  Michuei Mol IUI It » ale , 1111 o 11 g tile appllCUIIlS for membership in the I. (I. I', of Man-dell who were lee uved at the iicetim/ lust  week.  sl'KÜKT ItAII.WAt <Jt ü^I'ION.  people of Muniteli, especially thos-  --The boys and girl-: of Moieiaud, ovij.r 11 years of ago, are reininded that there is a night school at the Tilton school bous -, wh".'e the best of instruction is given m all grades. Adults an- also Welconi".  Til I  The  living along Fortv-eigth Street, are in the niliist of considerable excitement on the stieet ruilivay ipieslion. I c all ^rows out of th' presene- on that thoroughfare of the lulls leeeiitly taken up by the Cicero and Proviso Street Lailw.iy company from that j part of Muiiison Street which is now bel! g I impioved. 'The rails have been seutb-r, d I along Forty-eighth street troui .11 -idi-on  st i.....t to Sixteenth strci I, and it 1 inks lis it'  it were the lut ' u l i o 11 of th. ir owners to buiiil a single truck there a' un e.irlv d it. .  Tue people d ) not want u sin ;!■■ track  * COMBATIVE CANDIDATE.  C. R Matthews Mu«lett Hanl I'IrIiI Ai,-.a!ast ; tlie Star.dard Oil Coin|iany.  Tho I'opnlists : cui'eely expect to carry New York stale this year, but they baie iioininut. al ai i in -'.cresting .audi date I..r gim mor ill the per-, n of Charles H. Mut thews of I ', i, i i a 1 o. M I- Muí i hews gained a n it ional I. ' p 111 ai e ui t «.:' Iiis  wond.-rful and  s i íceos-1 u I ti^lit against the muii dui'd (lil com ptiny. nud ho is '.ne ..1* the lew — 0. lî. M ATI 11 b w s very ft \v— nn u will. h.u\e riveli 11111. 11 Study to ill. i ( U. ' s -liom .d' labor, moiiopely and lnoiu-y und done much to h. lp lew movements .und siili prospered greailvir. Iiia-ine-- Mr. Mutliiews w.us 1 '. u i : in Wy-nnnm oointy, X. 1' . in i'-là. and v..e reared on a farm. Ill |M','.i le- w lit to Kansas and ennuLod in I i ri 11 i 11 : and real .-late t rn ii-:e I i"0 -leu ii! 1 si :; lucateli in i 'ait 1er e. ni m v. l'a., wbtre lie was sileeessfo 1 ill producing oil In ! s ,-, he bought the t.ii'ui mi which lie v. leafed, decided that oil in p.a>im_' 1111 : : : 11 it ics cui ilit be banni in that part of New York, le.'l-ell la ooo nero- Ullll blllVi! lit OS,,:! lei, ill. Oil was not found, but  the I : . ; ,,;,' . , f W V Oil i i i I iZ Si!'  was ;,. . i: , 1 ; - !,, drill, and t lie {rrcat •„!. , diisiry.: v.e.-liTii New \ .irk  was d. \, d in ! -1 Mr .Mnitii-ws  loca : c 1 i:. ,'; :, liu.un:! ' rgani/.ed ibe liof lulo I.; ' i u'ieoi no.: ('ul eunipany. I.o- :!;. 11 inni i, i.i'i u re ' .1 1 u I Ti 'diiig ami i 11 u o 11 na; ina oils, which, was -"on imol,.«! in a s.-r i s , bu, ; L „ si in: sui: - wit II i lo M :. ir la I'd Oil o. ,i: i j m " v li ...as si.-iied. and 'o io r ally VI i,a. d, 1 hat a high ullo::il ..!' i he ureal cur poi; a i..;i -;iiil a suit wun Id be I ■ (inn .o.u-v i:,, uih, uad, if this wa, n..: siit lieienl i a. -' ¡i.) th, new company, i.'ien ..ne every v, . i: t d ! le' muí I li itiie . ,1 - o i i -only un.- <lei :!..l .-¡{«liii-P A.'r M i>  lliews' company, uni Iben only o .-.ois w e re awarded lo ilio pb-.int UT  11 a\ i m,, ubi ai ned i \ ii'.-nce <d a ili'-i^n to ini n hi-, i ud usi ry, AI e. Mat t liru s b:..,i l hi suit, against several St ululimi ulhei.uls und got a verdict bu- í'.'ii.oi'i. An appeal was taken, and on 1 rial new eviticii. e v. a - dis clu-eii which loi Mr. Matthews i.. i„^in n nul ber - nil. ibis t mie b u- o. o, :o. An er beiiia' -ax ) ei.:'. in t lie court s i his Mpa \va- i!:si;)iss,'d by i" of t In ■ coi i" , but, .Mr. Mart hew.- slice, ".led in eunvi. : im: >-.-r tain parties, of a euii-| iraey tu bl.us op bis l-i-11 ner\ , .mil I hey paid a line.  Mr. Matthews wa- a liepu I ■] ieun i;:i'il tlifco ui's ago, when he become a 1'opii i i -1. lio i : an a ni. ait ad vocal e oí ihíiiií. i pal control uf ligliiing and i deplion.-- und of government control of munirai m..n .pu lies 1 lo st ill I i ves in I'Ulf il lo alni ! ■ pre-i dem, of the Hall.ilo lb'litiing company  Alterinj; Cliiltlreii's t'li,tii< s.  Culling dmvn dresses alili siius lui- eì;i! dren hardly pays. It is Iv tier loh: I lie little girl grow into her big sister's frock or give little brother Tom's suit when lilis bigg. r. Mothers arc nut as elo\ ,u- wit ii ; .the need le as -i .me oi her wo mei i, ;m I many , of the altered Suits are not llatt.uungt.. the pride of the unfortunate lit tn "ip j ion;. 1 ' lot lies that children grow :::',. aie gì nerally perleet til-, with slp.di! allora-t lops. Lilliputian garni l'tu.s of t he \ ■ r,v be est ta-hion :iro sold so cheap m i.aiiu. s that, it hardly pa\s to malie ov.r old clothes —1.onduli ( leni lewoiiiaii.  ci ; e s  'l'I.i  liea: 1 'I' i. v' óf b.; is; fr.  Wl  ili. v  i • . lo, m : h,ut 11io per 'om; 11 io a !,ió'. 'l'ako ;.i> :. i rolli ab v ,,f olii- lui-,.'.  Is I la■ r ::'. i-i'::::o «-ti-.« ne. !'  ',. ry . eo ,.i li,,. 1ii\v's ol' beau b a lui e boi i r-, io t !:■• ' vii iab d a i r  Uii-, a- 1 11" st . i'i . ,1 V] .ed plir.Usi' shop ;m : i y t li e::. p::,-i li ;. i n 1 Ili bui. i s . ,i : he eli l'iy pur; . U the t!a> . 1 bey i ut bigldy -.'ii-oped unii rich food, a liti eoi ; : ! .n 111 y. al 1 i ll'g. li 1 II 11 el's a ! 1.1 al w. un. li s 11, pi! e s. ib.ycai . iioiioli of it tu ìiiiii,e a l!i.-;..i, li ,'ieìn r uf b;.i:i. ne livitl wilh ili-iuay. iti- ili.ro is iioiIiìiil: liko Ilio Pili, li alni gu uf ],1. e-nia lidi, aliti tinsi. .e. -lu'vmg of m.O:y c u: -.e. i ii' h s' tl:ii"iiiy iu'csi ni. (1 i bai no;:,iiig mai. rial seein-, tu attui li lo it. iu inaivi' J..i>|»!e euii-sunie an cnufinuiis aioumit et l'ioti .piite Il neon -. dui,- |y  In ailiii t i. .li, (he s. uopi MeiiiiiM \wars h.i'sla\s siiiiijly. r-i11■ mi.y imi laeetua rililiulls exlenl. bui \u|l ili.'!'.' I .. ' cel'iilill 111nI i-lio iie\ er t xpus. s any ' ' bont li's - hy-gi.'liie wui-t " in pine.' , ', the lime hunured  ani. i. . N. a- ih. hi fu pai ed si, 1 ri -. ofcoin-  biliuiiua ;::: Uiu il t -, ' ' u;- ;,ny . t ! i ' ■ l- Speli in. i i -1 l'usi; y lini! any liiou \\ i i ', ber. Vii yi'.ii liiot bei- oukipg le :■ way tulnily from Ni W 1 ' I I P . i .' Il' >.. il, 11.' 1 I.cllt X tu tu','. . fr. in tu\.n P. ' i ' il \ e d. i. a;ui. llioiipa, in r ;., io a !.. ani o - e b. r.-el :' and < nly i ii' , : Ioli.-. I . liu.o caro ■ .1' In is. ! P -he p :, , ; i -lo look tu sii and youpg emuigii- ai.ti t lei 1 \\, II i a.uiah tuo. 'l'Inut- is imi. : tu!!, ol' ilio liligl.'ed clic, k I 1' Ilio soci. ly '. ,,:, ;in, lui' ia ruality. and iokiipr e.pia! ay, ali tlu'.uigii, she i- li s: v.'earv and ha.: :aru 1 o : il ; i 11 I ll 11 II the pi', i i'cs-it i ned iv.-iisin, Tlei'e a.re lino c.xci pt i. uis, uf eoiir.-i, l,ut tlie-o -,\o aro noi. iiuw eunsidering.  (.Ine reason for ti:;- wl.ich cou'.d very v.edbo as.-p-:i.d is t:i:,t ihc fimliii" alile Alni i-iean wi man lea.is i;.o:'o and inuie :ii lànyii il lii" A giri in ilo suini musi ¡iuw ride, ).:>.,'.', ali : !■ ,;;i Ii,.rs. -, drive 1 i 1.i■,: .Ioliu. f.a:l a bo.p 1.;,, n - ,. :|,p,u'. T!ii-suri uf thiiig- i.- t "1 iai li ly i iv g e li lo ili Ilio iriiest ; lise ai:d i.ao a niao.'iiki '.'¡; siuek  "A  -v ■■>,<-  k... .'e-'' -- \ '-i  t,' ' / iu /  . I-s. 1 nd. .'li it Wl il .'I'll,li ional T.V j 0  .1 bea! ci,.- e I ,,  Lit I !  la! ,  L i s by'j i io,' ni : ii. ' I rues •e il l:o s , i i i i i i 1 il. i i : i I X. 1 . - i -. pl i is ni. Pia! t! i -I rad ion ;n  'i ¡, ;  i', ! i. r : \i. i la  the ihununu ..i ii, grnphl.'ill o i i imi I bu; i 1 :' boni'- ul k.i",r lie l'i diletti p. i ¡ i 1 i e pel- day \\ I : i e 11 e.ao-i ti the  organ i/.al nui uf 11 io 'I';. p. ,t lei - a- it now i-,  though -.....tiling like ii had i 1 I' 1 ' \' i O 11 s I y  exisP'il.  Il is an odd fact that printing had been dune in this t'Uiiitry fur ",".o y,  ; ir-. befuiv t here Wils il i I y i , ,'eel i \'e minili 'o ! buse w hu directi.l ii. Ili piiis Mi- Uh.ver hroughi a printer'- outfit from England, and it, was -et up ai ( 'ambritlge. and Hradforil begun printing in Philadelphia in pis.",, but the loa-iei' pi'iup'i-- oi lie' eoiniiry as a w hob diti 11' .1 eon,,, p i her  1  ill t he rapii! • .•( '•' Pi'i' ' - il li IU 11 g 1 lie W UI- eon, pel ted a. ' I iiui-e was ,u'i urgí.nidation in  (.I'll I,i i ill Olid t .':■>' ,'leít d -. oneivhut in o ,,i ! , i orri'spuiideiii" . but penco eu' ' i i .ce-, ; ! ! rupi d 1 y. and t lie , eg.-pi i / a-t i, "i u i -ul-,, d lu 1 ss, .M i- i lungi:!- Tay-b :■ ! . . io.'h; : he oía. t. r pi'ii:'. r- ..f New "i'ui,. t .c 'lier, t i- lier .il i. s follow, d r.-iji i»l!; . o i ,d m ( leí oi .o;, l 1 "! in ( '! i leas, i, ilio ila; i, o i, i i , .goni i / ul e oi w .:-,.:;',,u i d .aid or I';. '. „. na : ' s made b . r ; 11111 i i a ! i ,. 11 \ , :. i :, i i -.  'i i .' n:, :. ,o adopt ",j v,', L -, i i !:l i n . ■ ■, 11 i j |,e  prilli ci s t .1' I h non i :y i n llTol. l'i' il"!'!, k III. M lio . ----¡. >1 sfili i.i! priv liege- ini ho  t \v< i urti or- .■:' I', p. igr. .p! i i ami 'i'> poi lieta 1 .  'l'Ile Ih'» t g I l'ili i- -Oie >.', OS I ! e | , i | i ' Il o 11 1'  t[ in -i li : i 'I'll" colo p. - ; : ' i .-. i 1.1 d, and t ! a ' 1' lili xv.'ls ¡be pi", -en: si,i;,'.,: i ! of ö'.l hours p V we, I.  wa- 'TlVu,:..;, 1 ' Low u ■ reeeii; iy'rlli.-. n und i; II I'.loi.ely of ( 11 i e ; ! __,  Al". l'O.lk, i. Ua .  1  I i-il \'( . in 1 :,v and V  I'roin n.. mi unti: Christmas tin/ \ I '*> I 'I■ \ i'« 'P. w iil s'.real ly mi-rcasc it wet kl\ i  :  - ip ' s li, i;h Iii t li io. L*_i(, i  dll'l ( b "1. 111 ik i [p.; it ,l HP dc-  sir.tlile meilniin f, ailoerti -pr-. We •-¡bill lie-in next week l>v i-suipo Olle ihotP-ailii dl !( liti, dia'; COMICS ill  Cb'ei -1 am ì tv. o th.. 11 -.up ! i vi¡>p .s , ,f "'.'■-I' \V'eM Siile di'inii. Tho (■ who have .invilirne V . al-oort i-t ■, .--hotihi tallo ,b !\,ini,i"i ..| tl, ! s opn, u limit v.  i ('no lilacs. IH liti Uuipgi.s, !.()( I I'M 1-. > r s. Nl.;v!.-I Ml Igli-.  CORRIGAN BROS.»  Kmbalmers and Undertakers  Te!ep>. "ie »V . il». "oss \\ . I.alil- SL  'l ei. p||,,II|, W I,I 7 f.".l-:-ti XV. \ an lini  ( h/fitr,>. /li-  fi: m it y TT t. \ 111  Abb I'lid's dl-' '1 11  iu ( i u iti: !: Í'0R:>Í  t'l 1 V un.' S Cil fil US.  JiriM'iiín- ¡uní liiiildeiv  "i-î ! r» I \E>| AN V ST..  Linden Park.  - : 11 : i i : " - I e r i o - li, , I a i , ! ri, p, , u: p: 1 i a'_ -  <;i v i: in.Ai v tuial.  la PM.i 1.  I' n. tas bs ; :.o:,i.  i y;  um:  s! X V ice i i.ieei's i i. - hi:-'.  Larson & Lindstrom,  11, ::' a-- o: Imp, p, d mid ¡ion:, -: a-  WINKS. LIQtOÜS cV rKíAKS  l'e , d (i, ..d- PC P.O. i - i n: b. i i ■ i. a i o i Am. -' " J Lui, i MM.  -1 i  lid! V  I Pili III" s-'  ; n P  \  I Ile '  It 1 -t 1- :  ■ h We  I 1:  ! n  , ti I !  Y.  th.  11  11  I : .  'lie . i i \ e. Us 1 i V. . it nil il, V, iil r. ' 111. s PO pl  m i : u l,e ¡i, r! or i o. 'd ai Jill '. - le.ul. p , 1 bul, gueii i. ti ', Pi, in .col arti 11. i. u n i i- w ru I. il litigi u\. t Ioli;:. A ml i t ini Ina -' > in- ilini t ! ali Iles pio tur, A ci '!.,- Palli pn nei Willi u ' " tu be .  u a w .,; Id i .f t lu i r  ; a. io' I .\i-P'lP'e  i d i i p. ,,, ,u ' m. Pi i ', I,:. in .col ' si unii t ry 'curry : il ! ioli  ilige.-I lull is -ani II,' ] h y s ; t ■ i : 111 I t Ilo s ur.'si lin 1 buds p ir seen r-  A ini \\ hi i, ■ physical cui  r. -t ui ills, ieellent  C t IV. 1'lil 0 I i g It's U 1 I s m ;;  iiig a faulty u lure and all j within h, ui io I iiu-e, i.  Lito i - sci'i.uis, dear ' ,tt!\.au i ti'' girl-, I Noupo is deieing I!. Hut. aller all, ! ;'  yuii l'cbp. a lu I and tai,.- o iiiuíumi, \''U i l'p id i :, pi ri a, ps y." ; \, : I i I .■ , ;. - i a - \v i 1 I olí. Y< a I : ' por ' vue . -. Il P. . laudi fur j tice 111 : ;. g ' -pépi'al - p< "i 111 en -, t ' i piiys '. a I I and li i, : i t al v. un,un 1....... '  (•t! Uli:/ lïifirr 'O e oie '.-. I', ' ::• :. - i ■ y !::.!: t-.. i hard - Imo h. lige  do;, tu 1 lia  s; I oil . w h i , ' i i e . i.....I '. i "i i - i,.. '  t ; 1 ig :; ild !• :,'. , i g ..i , 'p- i 1,. M !..  a pi'i t ty pililo 1,1 ma .-,'. \. i :. ; i  ( "lui- Í-- u n :. m i w n in Tut i,.-, u :,, ! -i.i'-eurry pai-usols, which nie nl-.> :;!'.'., - o. the gayest colors.  'The y inu.-t lu- much aiiaehttl P. : I ■ : c parasols, for you never sie tli.au—n.ii as lab'a. s or '0 o'clock al night buithev havo their parasols upen, gouiing shado from sumethinL'. It i-amiut botle-sun. Nu Until rer could call Turkish women either pretty ul' elegant, fur tln-y are simply a mass of clothing, without any shape. 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