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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - April 18, 1891, Chicago, Illinois Cicero s precincts. Happenings since a ill Quot last. Oak Park. A to ice he two Roncal Carrier left Corleh i a ally leaving the of Leo at 8 30 a. A a Mil 2 to p. A. Find it delivery to the business Hoti sos Only at Burdor. Collections from Tio in Job with a Ach delivery. Delos Hull. P. A a rare specimen of the mexican Crimson flowering Cactus in full Bloom in Onul of the front windows of Bohlander s a Loro on Lake Street is an object of general admiration. A the i few catalogue or finding lists for the Scoville Institute i Library arrived lust to Felt and already Many of them Havo been sold at 25 fonts Ench. A word has been received hero that j. W. Scoville intends visiting Oak Park within a week or so from his present Homo at Pasadena California. To Wah expected several weeks ago but was forced to postpone his trip. A work has been common cod on the new cycling club House and will be pushed for Wirds fast Natha weather will permit. A own Aliq a Jujj Road slam saturday i warder Bros Wero come Retts set out goods to fill River Forert Oak Park and i Igeland orders of a Small l it car attached to one of the electric Street cars. The goods made four loads for the delivery a wagons at this end meeting of Tho properly owners Oti Home Avenue was held a it Tiro in Imp Bulc last week for the put pose of agreeing upon specifications for said Street Dunlop acted As chairman an3 there eight or ten householders present Tion it the residence 6f 0. E. Bolli Ift where to amp ladles so Octy will moot to decide what to do with it. This work is a Beautiful quilt made of forty two Pio Aoh and each a Quaro of to Wilyo Quot inches elaborately embroidered with designs in coloured silk. Okie Square out aids All the army coi pm badges another a scone from Camp life Sheridan s tide n portrait of gun. Sheris Viiu Tho Little school House and so on in Niti Stic variety. Each piece was contributed by n lady who also gave a $1, so tire quilt has already without commission on Oak panic . Quot Tol Doffise. Address Quot loan Quot Indica were All of whom were in favor of pushing this Mueh needed improvement As fast As possible. To. Woodward takes contract Fri painting and papering act furnishes the material. 2fl Circle Avenue. A elegant new styles in Wall paper at Wood Ward �,-200 Circle Avenue. A a at Tho meeting of Cicero Lodge no. Their blowing officers were installed for tile ensling six months i Noble grand w. Modem latin vice grand c. W. Wood a a Ward rec. Sec., or. God. Nun Deville Quot per. See., w. Underwood treas., e. B. Bartlett representative c. P. Miller. A la Pleasnt time so prevalent disease can to immediately Quot cured by taking a Erselen b la Grippe remedy. A a cure warranted within a Flay or two Quot if taken a in time. Price 25 cents. For Sale at a Erselen s dra store 104 Lake Street. A or. And mrs. J. K. Russell of Maple Venne have Etui Cuil from a two months trip through Mexico Texas and the South. A mrs. Ii. Ullmann and ton Albert i. Ullmannn Hove Romosod Hare from Austin. To a. S. W. Parkard and family who have been in the South for set jul weeks returned last week feeling much better for a the trip. F Tho marring of Misa Edith Pinnoy daughter of mrs. Thomas h. Plan icy fit Oak Park and or. Harry a. Augell wus. Solemnized on wednesday night april 8, at the Church of the Epiphany As Blind Boulevard and Adams Street. The ceremony was a full choral one and Jar. Walter e. Hall presided at Tho Organ. At 8 o clock the bridal party entered the procession being led by the Ushers or. Will Nichols. ->-Mi-.cauultiftijigtlelmr. George Eddy and. Or Charles ii try in Oto Iffla he two bridesmaids miss Emma Annie Bower and miss Stevenson of Oil City a. -Iha--j3n<k�i5ftmaja8tand unattended and a was met at Tho altar Uyl Tjing to Quot but hts bests Man or. F. D. Ward and the Rev. T. N. Morrison who performed the ceremony. A died april 11, at Oak Park. 111., the Rev. Thomas Whallon. Aged -79 years. The Oak Park club was delightfully entertained tuesday evening Awil 7, under the auspices of sir. Gus Dorfi and miss Sharpe. The entertainment was entirely musical except the rendition of original monologues by or. A l. Bush which were unusually Good especially his italian opera. The other artists taking part were. Mrs. Hill Holly Signor Guiseppa Murono and w. H. Jeneson and they wore All enthusiastically received. A last tuesday evening was informal dancing night. A a reception will to tendered by the ladies of the Reading rooms on tuesday april 21, it the Reading rooms to or. Ami mrs. Sias of Marion Street prior to their leaving Here to Tonko up their residence at Evergreen Park. They Havo been staunch helpers in fhe work of Tho ladies. A mrs. Morton desires to have a meeting of All the Lovati Temperance legion children in the rending rooms at the close of Public school of Friday afternoon april 2-1, for business of specific importance. A James Mcwill Ianis be proprietor of a Tho Lovs depot and ii Quot curating Quot Library 1 12 j Lake Street has been replacing the broken Glass in Bis store front with now Paues this week and improved the appearance of the place. A the regular annual business meeting of the first Baptist Church was held on monday night at the Church. Thu Ordinary route business was disposed of and Tho financial condition of the Quot Church foul to be in excellent condition. A the resign i Tion of lev. Geo. B. Pratt As Rector of the Grace episcopal Church of Oak Park took effect on april 8, and that society is now without a pastor. A miss Rose Shultz of Woodlawn Park who was visiting her aunt mrs. Joseph Harvey of Home Avenne last week returned to her Home on monday a the men s meeting at the Reading rooms monday evening will be. Led by or. Smith of the Ridge and congregational Church. A Rev. A. 3. Canfield will deliver a torture before the Unity club Dext monday evening,-april-20�?this is the last lecture evening of the season and a cordial invitation is extended to All. Brought in about $30, it is now proposed to Bell tickets to Tho amount of $75 or 5100 More and Havo a drawing Tho supposition being that the Winner will resonate it to a the society. A it a a. A. Law ton of Chicago covme it the first of the week to Settle in Oak 1 Ark. His parents have refined property Here and will also move out about the 1st of my. A the Model flier for this week boys indigo Blue waists at thirty four fonts from six to ten Yoars at the Model. A the ladies of 1 Tyl Sheridan Post met at mrs. Lackey s tuesday afternoon and Spont several hours pleasantly quilting a comforter for Tho Hospital of the Quincy soldiers Homo. They Havo their to of goods ready to Send to Tho Soldier s orphans Sopitai Anil Only Awuila Tho completion of this quilt to Forward it. A wanted acres in Exchange for Onk Farsi improved porn Antly Conr among Nam. Bow b0ll-onlrpurktmd�?rfver-Fonhtt-pre�? feared. Quot address Quot acres Quot vindicator office. A Cotoli Gingham nud in uni Leus Wilt to sold at the Model 117 Lake Street monday april 20, at ten befits per Yard Worth twelve and fifteen. Twelve Yards or less to each person. A Mszal will be hold attire Fiir list Hureh of tiie Day ovo Ning next. Refreshments will be served during the Secretary Simp on Dunlop of the Oak Park building and loan Assoc Iotia issued annual statement of the affairs of the association the first of the week and it is a decidedly flattering exhibit of its Liu Ancial condition. The total receipts to Date were $293,379. The total assets $238 812, and the Loans $230,400. Twenty live series of Stock have been issued since the organization of the association in March �?�1885. Stock i i thai Iraq series is now Worth $53.08 per share of $1 1.580. The last series of Stock were issued Antraig 1891, and but fifty one shares in this have been taken yet it Beirs a Small Premium Al ready. The next regular meeting of Tho directors of the association will be held at Dunlop s Bank next tuesday a a Berlitz has rented the Leonard hotel from Holley a Allen and will take assess Ion and open the House to the Public May 1, or As soon the after As arrangements can be completed. A or. Todd narrowly escaped serious injury wednesday in getting off the train at the Northwestern depot. He was thrown to the ground but fortunately fell somalis Tance from the car wheel. A be. L. Taylor s wizard King combination gave a performance in Steiner s Hall wednesday evening which was Well attended and amused a lie audience very much a or. Haisman the Oak Park artist has another creditable painting of quoth exhibition this week in the window of a w. Sonne s store it is h portrait of Abraham Lincoln and highly complimented by competent and mrs. Asa Sanborn of Janes Ville wis., Are in Oak pork visiting Geo. S. Roberts i and family. Or Sanborn is a brother of mrs. Robertb. A a a one of Tho most elaborate pieces of Hail i work Quot Ever to undertaken by. The outer prising Sheridan Post o. A ,. R., ?ea-, ndletedzrii55e"jihai i -tftjr6v8dittbralt in will by on Obi he 1 t to to a i to a i 1 f o Aro cordially invited. A the directors of the a Covillo Iusti Tuto held their adjourn cd meeting at the Institute building monday and transacted Tho routine business of this popular Public institution. Top question of raising funds for Tho replenishing of he Library Camo tip and was fully discussed but no definite plan w is agreed upon. A workmen were engaged on thursday in juju Tutsi it Riew Side Nhuc Irr front of 0.-b. Tannenberger s Boot and shoe Siloro on Zalce Street Quot. A a a a the dramatic entertainment at Hoard s Hall thursday evening for the Benefit of Tho Scoville Institute was a pronounced Tim Cess and established the reputation of the a Jetsy Lnig Fitch Piraro Attio it feisty of Tho High grounds it had previously attained Hiss Day my As the Primo mover in the play and deserves Tho Many compliments bestowed upon her. A last Friday night the amusing comedy Quot our boys Quot and thai old but still popular Ilay of Quot Box Ana Cox Quot were a Frodo and before a appreciative audience at Steiner s Hall by the dramatic society of Tho Oak Park cycling club and the performance met with cordial and frequent applause., miss Jessie Day was Tho stage manager is silo Llull been the efficient instruct Ress of Tho company during the rehearsals and to her Zeal Anil Export once Quot was largely Lue the Success of Tiff Quot Onteria Umene Xii receipts Quot of the opening were considerably Over $2 1. I let tar in list. The following is a list of unclaimed letters i Litho Oak l urk Post office up to March 311. 1891a mrs. Ems Irown. Flavid , mrs. Belle have Man. 2 l. A. Lackson Bertha Leno cake Sarah Kunichi g. A. Roditi a. S. A Herr Fol i a a Tuitt 1 in to Taaca jars. To a Lor to Quot Berthot we Schloat. Delos i ult p. M., i Elvalu Sci idol ill Oak l Tyrh Prience m Toa Chinig grammar and High school branches in both Public and private Soho Oil will open to private school Iff Oak Park sept. 1801, provided a sufficient number of pupils is guaranteed. J several parents have already expressed a desire for such a institution and All residents of Oak Park or neighbouring suburbs would be interested m its establishment Are request Toto address for terms references nud other particulars. Quot teachers Quot 5035 Jefferson Avenue. Hyde Lark Ghingo. a Robert Anthony died sunday after an illness of several weeks. The funeral was held wednesday a or. Run delivered an ill trifled lecture at the congregational Church monday opening taking for his subject the we it re of the american missionary society among the indians and negroes. A Bora to or. And mrs. J. H. Wanna Cott 1111 Chicago Avenue of april 10, a daughter. A there Are Nino conductors and nine in Tormen now on the electric Street Railroad fairly Well drilled in their duties mud Throe or four More will to Piroa next week. A hand carts were the chief Means of sen ice Between Tho merchants and their customers last week. A the electric Street railway company Are running six cars this week and will have a Elma table out in it few Days. A miss May Pitkin who wus sick last week has recovered and will Leavo for the Wellesley Cole go Oday or monday. Tothi prot May Wood. 1 a Tho Maywood or s Havo organized this your and wish to play any nine averaging 14 years this Side of the City. Address James f. Giles Soo rotary Maywood 111., Box 221. A Tho Northwestern de Apoy will moot i the Church of Tho holy communion Early in May and the Church people Are making Fin Paf nest Effort to get heir uber Prii Ifa Fiir int Iii Dituro in by that Timo. Will enter an action for damages. A Potor Bohlender on get to to Elo clod again to the school to amp Tel from this end of Tho diet riot a Atid won believe he Attilli Tho Loo ton to Kab place today. A a Mit bios is erect lag to once Houf Tes a on twentieth and Twenty Flykt a onus. They will Boll for wj60l>onoh. Or. Oil Monr is his agent f it i. A Ramseur Aud Willim Meyer of Utah. South Atorino Aro Quot a tilling the Stone foundation for it new in non moors Wal Wylli it Toni three to cumin Glen Atli Whon brought bore., i a Tuo of a ii Eft Litigen incl Dirig Hemsell Aro Down Siok except one daughter about twelve genre of no it. Upon her All a a to hts household duties now Falli but who. Do charges them efficiently for one of her ago. A John Lang has just completed the Soll ingot of a Lino vow of Young Cedars in front of his residence property Corner of Cirolo ave no and Dixon Street and they Are decidedly ornamental. The Model flier for this week. Boy s indigo Blue waists at pm. Or Bogor an employ you a of Trio Chicago tire&Quot%hngtco7rbftflhisti 5hthand badly mashed wednesday week while attempting to Coli he cars. A 1a or. And mrs. Ripley have a baby daughter recently arrived. A or. Welsh Wab a Winner last week and during the coming summer his friends will see hint mud Uttel on ii full Tilc clod Cou Nubia. Quot a Chris Newcomb left last week for a trip through Iowa. A several of my Wood s Young people Quot attended the reception of the Salt Park dancing can sol tuesday evening. A the members of the fortnightly club will not soon forget the delightful Lino spent with or and mrs. Taa. Lee Otis on wednesday evening april 8. Progressive euchre was the order of the of owing to Tho prizes being won by mrs. Padelford and or Conpropst. After Tho card playing came delicious refreshments and no a la to hour the guests departed realizing that Ono Quot ilex o.v4uinfb of the season was ii is Tylli i a ,. Adj Iljins. B. S. Bryan miss Bessie Bryan and my Quot and mrs. Jno. Wolc Lefiu left wednesday night for a visit to Portland Ore Goti. A born to or. And mis. Jno. Miller on monday april i a son. ,. In Quot balt Tyne tub Luce mint went tit to supper and fair i on by Tho Young Lirios Guild of the episcopal Church on a it Jing april 0, was largely attend nov i the display Faux in Del reflected Mueh credit upon Tho Young ladies Industry and the support was thoroughly in keeping with Tho rest of . It is expected the Church is Richer by Many dollars. A Don t fail to support h. Curtis for Village clerk. Vimr. Acid mrs o Leary Are rejoicing Over the Advent of a new boy whose arrival was Nunuo nned wednesday april 8. Or Schreiber s-effioo4anafl&Quot. electricity. Callers May now sue him Occil to Rialto. Phi laps. �?11.&Quot r. Curtis wishes us to in Novara that to is still ii Rundi Daft for Village clerk and trusts his Quot Many friends who stood by Bim at Tho chucub1 will do so again at Tho Phil Alfi tuesday a the Maywood Reata Star men Are or Tiki Pating an Active demand for lots in this Village the of Mirin Slimmer mud base heir expectations upon the very Low prices per mailing Here. It is claimed that to desirable residence property can to bought on the South Side at Woodlawn cottage strove and Olhow South bide sections for less Llian $175 per foot while Uund business 1-tn my be bought Here at �50 to so per foot and residence lots at from $10 to. §21. A at Tho regular meeting of Tho Village Board last thursday night to con act for constructing Tho South main Street sewer was awarded to my. Iken to being Tho lowest and lies bidder. To offers to it to Tara work for $25.880, we icon is considerably below Tho est Lento Umade by Tho Engineer. Bat Little other business was transacted and the Board adjourned until tonight april 18. A at Tho meeting of the property owners of fifth Avenue wednesday night All the owners along blocks 191 and 195 Wero represented., a committee consisting of Henry Sociol and j. H. Mervill Vas appointed to fro i six to toil Lake Street. Jar Tepps it Street. Jack of Hor min Klug s Riar Kot. Quot Man a nit and �i8�oost�hil�w�g-b�lter-t.few Daya ago. It is Down with Scarlet fever. A or a Pei a mra. Finnoe Nedim sve birth still 1� a a a by Quot a ?1 or file born babe Friday morning. April 10. Rr0� an it nor Quot to get Vicli or of n0b1 in my. Int Henry Giles has is Rve to Village As 1 of swallowing a dose or two lot nit Fally and years am a a As taken with cramps and Coamo so has received Tho no mtg action for a fifth term. Blacl 1 no k Fml 8cn,1 for or Quot Lack a a he is a nor a nil tvs Iain a always Ihu lady wr8 under his oar for on the Alert to serve bloc constituents and a Moka a to but by had their Toone were tannins. Tho total lots wag Bont $iq>fl00r in . Enter Tho a nuns Ono of Tho firemen Edward Sione was Hoji Ilba a a falling Timber and Bally injured. To has it eos i it Iid up Ever Sinoto. Judge Pearsoll s Homo adjoining was Ako destroyed. A the daily police Hall tins issued from Tho cent Rili office show that property of Tho Vaino of about $1,000, taken in Petty thefts mid robberies is. Recovered. By Trio police end Rutn Rneta to Tho a veers. Every week thirty four cent. I the re Tom i the Twenty eighth Ward of a fee a Quot i Ma-i"1, 117 Uii Milf fit a a any of Ihn Foj y for a Deh recoveries As also for general efficiency. A a delegation of ledge As there never has Boon a charge made against him that would in any Way disqualify him it is proper that nil a of stir citizens a liquid go promptly Tofi the ballot Box on tuesday morning an vote for Hin to show that they apr Sefrito his perils now that an Effort is Quot made to defeat him. A Jack Birker is a Good follow honest und int Olligy it and itly will be the proper a Quot a Quot i a thing to vote for him ohm i esd a. From the Lato Home of deceased. Beveral Dilys a Tamos Mcewen has purchased Tio Kots for himself wife and child to Loni Shiue by. Mid cd posts to leave for that City next week to spend a couple of weeks visiting friends and relatives. A James Bro Nono of the old and Host known citizens of Hariett died last tub Day at his bpm 135 Desplaines Vouno and Tho funeral took place their Sony afternoon or. Brown a a a a us Quot a j was Over fio years of age and had been sick a Eisner Simoson talc new Intro ubut his a a at Fth tit for Mari is hts a Huro Amber Aro filly . A a to of a a Hia outta 8ch0ol Board two years ago and had Quot held other Public pop i Titus. A the was the father of Imp. J. J. Brow of Lake Street join Tbs Fly Singh nuns and Plant Deletts will �?�1�� will Ift Thi m.i.u-1, 117 a try it Mau Day. A it Vil lid Quot at ten a Jib per Yard Worth to Weiwu and Flat Een cents. Twelve Yards or less to. Each purchaser. apr eos for trusted on tuesday Quot a a vote the whole Otanous ticket tuesday with or. Thomas it the Fread of it Simon Quot to a mrs Tahr ironed Fri Kohn h Quot and Henry Gilen bringing up Tho Vrtar. Go a rate lib is How trl Infix i Quot a Tatj Tfir to ire heretofore. Vote for him tuesday. A do not fail to vote for Giles for clerk tuesday. He is the right Man in Tho right Philo. A i the a. I. U. From Tho convention ill a dry late or hero a Terni tuesday. A the Central Park improvement Lonb will meet next Friday night to consider a system of sewerage and improvement of streets and to Confer with the Gas companies for the laying of pipe. will be. Appointed at the . A mrs. Malcolm has removed from Lake a feet into her own residence on Park avenues mrs. H. Watson has returned from grand lilo a miss Lizec Loary will return to Clinton saturday. _ a messes. Spence and Sherman have re to roil from a non thug trip to Grain Lake bringing Back fifty ducks. A Ouijano. A the w. T. Hebl a meeting in Tho presbyterian Church tuesday evening the Hhd in a Oitt Icuss Good tick ctr. J Quot Graf interest Mannl Festad v. To lib mall. Pull in Artt Calary Ohta Nejl by to hot vindicator a Quot rope often mull Drtad my or no a hirer a a Elbl Lsssie Tfir Cul iiivi5i� fou its. Father Las Che fell to Uklet the loft Adco Liou. Thov Are a Brave ple. A Tho poetical description of Tho River Forest Public schools and its teacher written by May Gregory one of the recent eighth Grade in Pili has elicited compliment from All who have Hoard it of its poetic Merit. Tho Little lady has of spa ffi.te3.land and one Hamdy is said to he a a mite of Riwu children. Deen warned to vacate their premises Bosforo a a a twisty a Wiki w a i. It Kiloton Ani it vhf Init. Gri ipod a Flat took it not wb8.i ratty jilt a a for a few Days feeding a physician s at in Al m Lutelis in i Voll Hull cd mrs. Lascher was. Til Tor a few Days Ern k >it0i, a a a iu�?z.,. And brother i of John diet in loud mrs. Kate Ryun and mrs. Alice o Iii Ien a member of court i Brighton Park i. O. 1 no. 18. Funeral j took place from Lato reside ii Ltd. No. 0 Sti Quot it monday. April 111, lost. Special Talent Quot in this cull re a and thence by carriages to they the 1st of Juno upon pain of death. Evidently want a Spring a Lou thu Toher and miss Maud Clybourn surprised their friends and acquaintances by Goin a Ftp snoday Fantl re turning on monday As Man and wife. Tho couple ate now living at lie Hogue of the Bride s Parent. A a. B. Pierce the Milkman sold out his route and wagons this week to Eli broovs1 who took Possession of his Puro Haso on wednesday. R a a Herman Yidi Lings mid family received n visit from his Fullier wild Mother of l Ros pet Park on wednesday. A o. Brown one of Tho popular residents on Thatcher Venne was taken suddenly sick last monday and has Boon you Fiyod to his Homo Ever since. A a a the you of put Polo s Iosby Teriann Kocial was held at miss Ouia Cimin rings in thursday evening and a pleasant Tiro has experienced by All present. A Tho citizens of River Forest Are determined to have a Good waterworks system in operation As soon As possible and last week a general meeting was held to discuss the matter. All agreed non Tho necessity for an efficient waterworks nud a committee wits died at 151fi thirty Firth Street april 11, mrs. Mary Morris Agod Isyl ars. Tho Fnu Oval was on Friday from St. Agues Cli Irli to Calvary cemetery. A a Thomas Ileal of Elsdon was initiated in he Inch la Etc t of fur a run of tuesday evening. A the contract for Tho. Brighton Powors has been let to Side contractor named Nicholl. John Grady of this place Mic lit Hgt it e Lead it were he not tardy in putting in his bid. At lie annual meeting of fhe Brighton Park building and loan association held March 3 1. John Larney was chosen pvt is Ile it m. K. Smith Secretary to Bias kit by treasurer. And Thomas Rankin vice presi Cut. The reports showed the association 10 be Prospo Rons and its affaire in excellent condition. The cite wore present. Among Thein was miss Floron ctr Elf Iipp the pics tar. In of i my Cherub on Park. A a daughter was born to or. And mrs. on the i 2th inst. A i r. L upe now employees registered drug a Lola Quot. A mrs. Pullman is its met or a mrs. Ward very ill with Mal Njal fever. Or bnrt4i>y �41 l retitle in Obj Lleti. Lillock s new Lints on Porty figh a reef As soon As it is finished. In mrs. Pliego died last Sandav it her Home Corner of a Lin Avenue and forty seventh Stroot. Slio was buried at concur Lia cemetery. A Roburt Mill will soon remove his store into one of mrs. Bullocks elegant now bricks a few doors South of the present stores. _ a a ii in a Ali trim Uulevi Sigil tie War a a Mir ii Ulsan pro Noah pulling a pleasure Teiji to England soon. A Tho reception of Llic Vuu Vir pleasure club Given at Van Buret s Hall Oil the Corner of California Avenue and Madison Street. The 10th Iii St was a Tiu Mucial and social a Fhi Hweih we a Well Fuad with fair ladies from Moreland a Quot entail Park and Many parts if the West Side. Tho grand March was led by w. A. Cd wilds and miss Kronenberger. Assisted by a. Merril and miss wails. The music was by Dah Brook s orchestra. Among the Ninny ladies present were miss Maggie Gil Lospin miss Addie White miss Davis. Miss Martin miss a Limoll. Miss Miller miss Stod dirt and mrs. . The evening was pleasantly passed and it was conceded that the Compau was one of the finest of the season upon Tho Best adopt. Tho com Mittie consists of e. Waller. Geo. L. Thatcher h. H. , Quot Quot Quot Charles Porter or. Rounseville Thos. Jackson and Felix i Rivien. They will report to the new Board after the election. _ a an excellent site Wilif along who West a my Side of Lathrop Avenne and extending four or five blocks North has been built during the past ten Days drainage iviuotliif., messes. Prendergast Hotz Alp Elfr Wen Ter and Ltd Yisell attended the meeting of the drainage Board saturday. The following Resolution offered by or. I Iii sell was unanimously adopted Quot resolved that for the purpose of ascertaining Tho names of owners of lands described in the ordinance passed on the "4th inst. Tend defraying any other expenses clerical or otherwise preliminary to or connected with the Petiti us for condemnation proposed to be filed immediately in accordance with said ordinance in the counties of will a Page and Cook the attorney to Antis hereby for expenditures not in excess of $250, and to certify to the Board vouchers for any such a Quot or. Russell said that he had a matter Eliut ought to be brought up but interrupted by the the president who in a Sugni Flaut manner said Quot that is not yet or. Russell took his seat Aud after rubbing Hia head awhile said Quot i Don t know Why it in t my Quot. Almetor wanted to know what Tho sign passing was All about. Judge Prendergast was Only waiting to receive a motion in proper form and it Amu out that the ivs serious hints nud nods were Over s. S. Gregory s Bill of �2,465.15. Or. Gregory wus for five months Aud eighteen Days attorney for Tho Board and saudi Diu a Bill for �4000. It has been in dispute a Quot number of months but was settled at the first figure. The motion was passed without objection although or. Prendergast said he was in favor of holding it Over a Short time. A strange Story comes from new York which shows that it is fiction alone which is worthy of belief and truth which is so wonderful As to a Waken suspicion. Carl e. Ruthinger s dead body was found floating in East River bound and gigged. Win. Wright committed suicide lays after in the Astor House. The latter Hud been charged with the murder of the former and it wife thought that remorse led his own life. But the truth was even Stran Ger than Ruth Auger s life was heavily insured for his Mother in Germany. He committed suicide with the knowledge of Wright Quot who then bound and gagged the body and threw it into the River. Wright then committed suicide himself in order that suspicion might still View him As the murderer of his Friend and that the old lad in Germany. Might not to n danger of being deprived of the insurance Money by-1 any plea of the insurance company that her son had committed suicide. In his wildest reams�?wilkie�?orjhin8�?u9ver--1ii got a Al 6 strange and weird than that and Cedar blocks Aud report next we luos Quot a Day evening at a similar meeting. A Julius King Hab finished Tho big ice Box in my Reitti Tinti claims that it is the Best in the town. A the Baptist Church choir met St mrs. Kuist s on fifth Avenne last night for the Bunal Quot pro time. A town clerk e. S. Bryan is confined to his Homo with the prevailing and has not been out since the tuesday night caucus. A the Date for the lecture of Rev. H. W. Bolton on Quot what of the hour Quot and literary and musical entertainment nud6r,the auspices of the patriotic order sons of America bus been fixed for tuesday evening april 21, in the Maywood Hall. This is the lecture that was postponed March 2fi, without definite Dato being Given. The tickets Are 25 cents each Aud Hose sold for March 2i, the first Date selected will to Good on this occasion. A in spite of bad weather Tho entertain ment of the Young poo pie s Guild of the episcopal Church was a greater Success than wit s announced lust week. Tho net proceeds were about is 5 1, and this together with other Money raised and the handsome control Miolis from Jar. Edi Viri Norton and or. H. F. Akin will Eualo the Church people to ref urtus i the Church throughout and also to put in electric lights. A Tho Chicago Ontario society was sued last week by Tho West Sido printing com pan for a Bill of $57, Ami the Case was tried in Maywood tuesday afternoon before Justice Clia Oberla in. rendered against the society for $57 and costs. A mrs. Watts Mother of mrs. W. Bullard will soon leave for her old Home i i the South a Joe Bullard our enterprising Young fellow citizen has returned from a business trip to Boston which he enjoyed very much but has been unfortunately overtaken with the prevailing sickness but which however to has Jupt Quot Given the a the Epworth league of the m. E. Church will conduct the services in the m. E. Hureh on sunday evening 2 l h inst., with singing addresses etc., by the Yonng people. Quot a collection will be taken no for the Benefit of the freedmen of the South a miss Lottie Nash who has conducted Tho dancing classes to successfully Here the past Winter will give her closing reception on monday evening. April 27, in May to 3d Hall when Quot there will to a Fri Sliaut gathering of invited guests. Mel Bose. A or. Kimball who has been ill for several weeks is now on Tho improving hand under the care of a Good doctor. A born to or. And mrs. Gottlieb Hintz on the 7th inst a daughter. A mrs. Frangenheim the wife of the grocer who has been quite ill is hotter. A died of sunday morning at Twenty fourth Avenue Henry Richard. Kunetz infant son of Amelia venue la aged i months. T a Clias. Holmer and family have moved into Fred Green s House on Twenty third Avenue. They come from Dekalb 111. A there was a wedding in John Kui Peg Berg s House 1, Corner Lake Quot Street and Touty Foj Irth Avenue of saturday and there was a general Jamboree on sunday. A John Button is going to Michigan and enter Oli a farm his family having left on thursday. He will leave himself in a few a Days. A William Frangenheim will be a Candi for Village clerk in opposition to Henry Giles Ned Herman Luck for trustee. A Thomas orchestra concerns Are held daily at the Pond Corner Twenty first Street and land with throats instead of fiddles. The effect is wonderful. Goan hear a heart. Admission tree. Be. F. Biddle from fort .woyne., incl., was around this week introducing the most fragrant refreshing Aud last Rife perfume entitled Biddle s satisfaction Boquet. A it is handled by Quot brother Jil Mousy who is now More fragrant than e or. A Wei Skrine met with a bad Accident at-1-the Northwestern depot hero on thursday april 9, owing to there being no Light kept at the station. Brokos Fth a jelled but the station and the train stopped before Harlem. A completo line of paints oils varnishes and brushes at Woodward a 2 1 1 Circle Avenue. A in fixing up for Spring get your Wall paper at woodwards Circle Avenue. A Tho Harlem Village Board met in regular session last saturday evening but Little business was transacted. The Dee Ltd from or. E. A. Cumnings for Tho water works and electric Light location on Vail Buret Street along the Northern Pacific Railroad Wigt a presented and accepted. A plat of Stark let Lamor s subdivision on twelfth Street Aud Des platies Avenue was filed Aud approved. The salaries of policemen. Janitor and lamplighter for the past Mouth were ordered paid. The Board then adjourned until 8 o clock p. M., ajl in 20, when Tho business of Tho old Board will be finished and the new one will enl a upon its duties. A the Harlem authorities Havo profited by the experience of Oak bark and in granting the franchise to the electric Street Linail Way they bound Tho company to it Avo Tho Street As fast As they Laid the Road Quot and not disturb More than the length Quot of one Block . It Horo were 121 burials in Waldheim Quot cemetery Durring to month of March null 80 from the 1st to Tho 12th of april. A a Force of workmen has been engaged St Waldheim cemetery nil week cleaning up and preparing for setting out the Spring Floral growth. A or. Moore of Springfield 111. Bought two lots on Desplaines Avenue monday hint near the Northern Pacific railway Aud will put up u residence this Spring. A an enjoyable social party in Honor of the Twenty fifth birthday anniversary of miss Mary Kelley was held at Alex. John sous of Desplaines Street last saturday opening. It win a Large number of neighbors and several Young people from the City. Among Tho presents received by miss Kelley was in want go Frt Wutch the gift of or. And most Johnson. A Jake Gould has beg making some improvements in his place on South Desplaines Street Aud increasing Hia facilities Lor business. A ii. W. Schmidt son of f. W. Schmidt of the firm of Schmidt amp Labes importers 200 Vinzie Street Chicago was in town last monday visiting friends and Cus tomes. Or. Schmidt is a it Quot Geniav -ytmng1 Man and a ind High with his suburban patrons who extend him a cordial Welcome whenever he puts in an appearance. A hoary Schwartz has taken Tho contract for cleaning up the old Quick lot now Cummings addition on do Splaine a Avenue North of the Northern Pacific Railroad Aud has had a gang of men raking and Binning no debris Dpi the week a a at the citizens caucus held at Tho school House last saturday evening i Eter Farley wins nominated for re Ole Tiou As president of the school Board. His opponent before the caucus was Lewis Wagner who received 38 vote to Farley s if. Messes. George and Reg and S. Miu Nier were nominated ,1. Candidates for school Board directors. Their Only opponent was sex policeman Edwards. A two men who gave the names of Gordon Quot and Bills were arrested by Road commissioner c. Knipping Nast Btu Day for shooting within the Village limits. They wore taken before Justice Farley and lined $5 a of. Which they prompt y paid. A Woodward a Workman minted Nelitz Ner s Pew Honse just noise of the Northwestern depot this week it presents a neat appearance. A. ,. A the people of Harlem aria anticipating some rare fishing in the course of time As a Kem tit of the 3,u �k000i a a a Tow Sig to rays put in the Desplains Riwa Rby the United states fish fish Ore May Wood Vii Joe cat Ops. Arc Pablo to Call the voters of Maywood to Tho number of Over 200, Mot at the Quot May Wool Hau on in essay night for Tho Pur Hobt of Quot Nomin Norng foil of cd Dvora positions to he ailed til to election on tuesday next the meeting wan called to order by Village clerked 8. Bryan and on motion Iii sol Salt oltion was Mado of airman and h. W. Tolsted Secretary. Ballots Wero i Ken separately of Tho Candi dates in the on or to which Tho officers Aro named in the calf and quite a printed Noe rating Quot Keechor were made As Tho names of the various candidates were placed before the convention. A for Rich Lent of he Board meosrs.1i. H. and o. .u.bonsfm&eranames�._. Ami Niter the choir had appointed a p. Akin l. D. Ferris and Andrew Maas As. Hers a Ballott. Was taken re suking As Quot Quot a a re not to a his a Anil or. Nic mls was for Tri step for of Rotl Riig. J. -1. Avau a Quot nil Chan. Westcott were named. The former Rico Lvov 99 votes Ivul the list or ii Quot or. Oltyan was declared Noiin Nalimu. To fill the two years trusteeship to bal Mcvoy. Piutti Raras Linin Christ Ophir to Els Ireri pm not a before. The caucus ived the ballot Oil Liui resulted vote of 101 to 71 for his opponent. For Tho other trustee for two yearn the contest was both you the present incumbent. James l. Otis and John Evans and or. Otis was nominated by n vote of Otlo 57. For trustee for one year he ballot resulted or. Quot Henry Merrill 105, Pruuli Bullock c5, and or. Morrill was declared nominated. Toffi Zirul ,ljfitb"fi<lq.? will be a fish Pond sociable at the Astuti ism it is a Rosmal w i. E. Church Hail on Tihin steel a Republican vote a us cast in Brighton at tip late Elev Twyfor mayor. The fast of vie Knitter is that a majority of the Jio publicans of the a his voted for Trio citizens ticket Aud there is Bard Lva Republican Piirto left. Or. Chancey had a Surgi Rai Case on tuesday morning Jerry Quiney of the Santa be shops received a blow of a Sledge Hain i i it doctor put in five sly fehrs Quot and Ginev is not suffering Quot evening next. Refreshments will be served. Admission adults 15 cents children 10 cents. Miss Carrie Simmons of Bloomington 111,., was the guest last week of mrs. 1. Owen. A it is rumoured that another Saloon will lie started on Hubbard Street near Fli unison. Anil. U<351 ii a Curtis a for Violago clerk Anil Lennison was Victor by a vote Jot. _ 2 to h i for Curtis. The close ballot on All the candidates shows the great interest take in the ii cub. , . Carers �?zthqmel0>ii. A Vij i Floc in. Dunne Baccke s Hall of saturday evening. Thorn was a Quot full House Quot and an absorbing interest Quot Niani Etcil. The following ticket was nominated with but slight opposition gliomas to succeed himself. Trustees Eimer Simonson to succeed or. Martin. Trustees a. F. It Rte like it it succeed himself. I rpt eos a Lohn Barker to till vacancy caused by to. Herman King. Clerk Henry Giles to succeed himself. Quot Quot a. William,.thumue a a a a Hairian of Trio caucus Anil Houry Giles Secretary. William Fri isenheim was or poised for j Clerkin opposition s Henr Triu a by or. Nun Beuke. Lie is an excellent Yonng business Man with Many Friend luit air. G. Has a Peculiar fitness for the position that entitles him. To a a continuance in Tho 7&adly Trrry Irrer wound. Dressed the wound much. Explosion of an Oil tank at Mullen works near Tho canal March 30, on account too close wig Torch. His face a Agi i burned but he Escaje go i a a demented Poi ibs womau7about 17 years of age. Was captured by the Brighton police on monday afternoon. She was clothed ouly in a Light skirt and All the English she could articulate was i took four officers to put her in the a on. A lev. Lipids eve wus ten Days getting to Portland orc Gou. From a Quot to. His train plunged Inlo a Snow Bank Twenty feet High and buried him for several Days. He was finally extricated Aud is now whole among the Quot web a a lady named Gilbert is principal of the office and it will be very hard to beat him. There will to an opposition ticket in Tho forty Fiehs with or. Frangenheim s name upon it eighth Street in the building now occupied for clerk and Thornau Luck 111 by i in. Sal y alias \ t if place of or. Simonson this Renu Veuth hero Are very much oppor St ii kit re "t�"wtn7-- to it Ard ii is started to try and prevent it getting to the station and or. S. Stepped off of i to Hafl pub run it a Riv for Fai we a Fri my lit tto hn<1 p Alili Onny a inn ill j v in Wilt 2 jul to water injuring him badly Bis is visiting Ghis i the Railroad Bridge .&Quot\rere,nw5s5 Brighton Public schoo a Rev. Len Ruhim will preach in Bethany Baptist Church next sunday morning Ami evening. A Joseph Tilley the Model Solo ii Leeper of Brighton l Ark con him a to a longish at the old stand with his pleasant smile and Tariu i tis i of the hand. A Margaret Liv in. Mother of officer John Ryan died at >sl5 Grant ave. On the 2.sth of la rih Ami wifi buried april 1, much to be regret of ii my friends. A uni i s i. Irnez once More assumes Legal and is now a Constable of Cook county. A l he hibernian society of Brighton will Giro u Ball in Lar Rev s Hall on saturday evening May 2. Further particulars hereafter. A Why do the mail men Wear Grey to protect their Quot a a vomit jewelry peddle was around Here wednesday boo Hoo inc Over his misfortune. He declared that to had Hail nothing to cat for three Days yet when food was off red him to made wry faces Over it. He evidently was appealing to people s sympathy in order to get Money. A Mike Larney is laying in an additional Supply of Spring goods for the Benefit of his numerous customers including boots and shoes and men s clothing and Pakk. A messes. Auhoon amp Burns have opened a now grocery store at the Southwest Corner of West Fortieth Street Anil Park Venne. They Are to h energetic Young men who have acquired their knowledge of the business in a prominent business House on wont Lake Street. They will also carry on a Market. A or. And mrs. Thurman of Lake Street Are rejoicing Over if wins tuesday april 7ih, Tho Happy Evett occurred. A last Friday evening the Royal league gave a very plans ant sociable it Rebmann s Hall. The attendance was Large Quot and refreshments were served. The entertain ment was thoroughly enjoyed by All present. A the Quot a. Of Quot I1 gave i. Pins Jenl and literary entertainment at the Chapel on Park . Thursday evening april kith. The admission was 25 cells for adults and 15 cents fur children. The entertainment was Given under the direction of mrs Welsh and was a decided Success in every particular. / a mis. Sophia Goldsworthy. Who was Oil a visit to her Nephew or. Goldsworthy of Centra Park die Don monday last of internal Haemorrhage caused by a full. The re my us were taken by cats to Filee Hill cemetery for inter meet. A mrs. Furlong nud miss Rose Furlong of Clinton Oiin. visit mrs. Donahue a Quot id mrs. William s. A a men. Gregg has Yope to Belle Pla Iuo Iowa to visit relatives. A Tho fire it part ment til rhed out saturday night upon an Sularin. Calling them to West Ken in Street. There a couple of Frame dwellings Wero found so by Tho devouring element that the efforts of the confined to extinguishing the smouldering embers and preventing Trio further spread of the fire. The building where the fire originated was located at 1200 in Elizie Street and was owned by Ole Larson. The building was mrs. Mary Perkins who taken from Tho tuning building through Tho second Story window., or. Lit son and. X family also had a narrow escape. They i his Stook but owing to the had condition of were a woke lieu Iron sound Bleep by Rise the Roods it is Slovin a been visiting friends at Chicago Dkwon. A a or. John Faagau and son Havo Rono to Wash Urton d. C., to reside. A a a Ira Griir Iti Liim Quot or. E. J. Sill who inns Quot Obair tar no a or. J. Davis. Has returned to. Liis. Home at Covington by. A the w. T. U. Convention of the 4th District held in the presbyterian Church Here last tuesday afternoon and evening was Well attended Many strangers being present from the various towns in the District. Mrs Liuell the National Secretary delivered an interesting address to the evening. A miss Shields of Wilmington 111., Olio has been visiting her Cousin. Miss Kittie Barry has returned to her Home. A or. 1. Owen who Lias been it Wanke gain on business has returned to Moreland. A mrs. J. Sol Stem of Koeford mrs. Matt a hard. A Arnold Brothers new Brick Block is completed Ami is i ornament to fhe own. A or. Crawford Davis has re trued to his Home at Bloomfield. Iowa. The misses May and a Lavigan of a bin of who have been visiting the misses Hughes Havre returned Home. A miss Mary Fleming has returned Mel Lerv. A or. And mis. Hudson of Ohio Street greatly rejoiced last week Over the arrival of daughter. A or. Geo. Harris will remove his drug Stori to to m Street on May the first. A the birthday party riven by or Joseph Foresyth of an Liu of Friday a Fening the 3d Liis t., was largely attended by friends from Moreland Audau exceedingly Good time was had by All present. Dancing. Games and refreshments Wero the features of attraction. He was the recipient of a number of Beautiful presents too numerous to mention. A or. Hansen will soon open a first class jewelry store at 82 Street and will Aiso keep in Stock inns Cal instruments of All descriptions. A a daughter has been born to or. And mrs. Sorenson of Fory eighth and Lake streets. A mrs. We. Edwards aged 22 years died at her Home on Street a Tel Warren Ivelue. Monday evening. April i. The Simeral Uisok place Weiju cuday Lii Firnung following and the remains were taken to Monticello id. For burial. She leaves a child two years and. A babe 5 Days old. A or. Ellsworth s dead horse was allowed to Lay a whole week at the Corner of Lake wild streets. It was Romosod at last Oil tuesday. Such is the promptness with which the City officials act. A or. Frank Ward was out for Tho first time in six weeks of thursday last. A a. Degraw Moore from the wholesale department of Marshall Field amp coi Chi Capo is seriously 111 at do Kauo Uso residence Here. Or. Moore s great Uncle from new Jersey called to see him his namesake on his return from Chili Forniti Iid ail extended trip throughout the Wost. E. E. Moore of Prairie Dusac wis., is with him. Other callers Wei Jar. Burd Icli of Pareto ?., my. Hoskin Quot of Madison Quot wis., Anil Rev. Middleton of Austin or. Moore s father. Quot a the remains of the late mrs. Tucker will be removed from Tho vault and buried at Forest Home cemetery of sunday april to. It theft \"h,t,.voe cal�gw4.-- thou Allago caucus for nominating Village .loflkixmliit.lhp. Ensuing year atm hold in the Village Haumont essay even wet a a Jet o clock every available sent wis occupied meow of Kiriu Iii Rose Irwin called for Aud promptly Mode. Quot to Hafif Messro. Grant Baker and Stoeller Wilde appointed the following Ilcken was chosen Wjt Hont opposition. The number of votes Given each candidate is placed opposite his name for president of the Village Jacob a. Cost. 7h. For Village trustee full term m. Jackson. 77. For Village trustee a ii. Be Barenti re 7s. For Village Tantee. Full terms Willis e. Signs 70. For Village trustee to fill luus Wagin r. 711. For Village clerk tit orge w Burn. 7u. All but or. Wagner is designed to sue cited himself. The bitter is d to fill vacancy caused by resignation of or. Miller. There was an in Ainuu Lark of oppo Siou and it is probable that in of to a Ilion ticket will be place in Theta old. Evidently the discontented studiously Tavui cd showing their hand. Thomas full terms Hernis Willis e. Vacancy Shear it s Tho ii Ahlum ,. Cai its caucus held it tie town Hall last tuesday evening for the Pun Iofi of Potuin rating can did i Esou the a allays Iclet to to voted of tuesday was quite Well attended Aud much interest was exhibited in the contests Between tl<rfv�1 aspirants. The first ballot was taken on president and resulted As follows Arthur Kistenbroker ill Joseph Klimmer 12, and j. Schroeder 9, and or. Kistenbroker was declared Tho nominee Quot of Tho caucus. The three trustees were voted on allow Beer it being agreed that Tho three men receiving the highest number should to the nominees of the caucus. There were of by candidates before Tho a Eolius including August Gudey John Lange Herman Shultz Herman Brown John Evert Herman tie Ike Quot John Huemmer Fred Bloom and As Gaden received u2 votes Lang t-2 and. Shall a 65, the three highest in the Lis they were declared nominated. The vote on clerk was taken by cd nutation there being but two candidate before Tho Rimcus and resulted in the of nomination of George Schrade the present in Cumont Over Walter Edwards a new candidate. It is quite Likely there will be several Tio Kots in the Field of election Day but there can be no Quot doubt but what the caucus ticket As above will be elected from top to Bottom As it deserves a. Mysterious death. A. Quot a i �?�22. It. O. Anderson a Carpenter of Sweed Quot ish birth was run Over april 10, he a engine on Tho Northwestern Road at West and Kinzio streets and had one of hib feet so badly crushed that amputation of Beveral of his toes was necessary. His Home is 736 West Lake Street. A Poter e Shmitt s new building on Street near Erie is nearly completed Aud is offered for rent in this Issue of the vindicator. This is a Good Opportunity for one booking a now location. Or. Schmitt was ont Here the. City on. Wednesday making Tho acquaintance of or citizens Quot and As Bual made himself agreeable. A churl Johnson has opened has Pew hardware store on it wet in Fischer s look and is gradually getting in 1,1� �?1 i. A. --1�?i a a a remarkable tiled mystery oils death of Lief last Quad by which is exciting comment on All sides. Charles Jones who has b men working Over Fuji years for Jar Par the Butcher who does business three blocks South of the crossing of Madison and Fortieth streets was found with Liis Skull fractured and unconscious lying on Tho Parks Butcher shop floor at about 5 o clock saturday morning april 11. A deep Gash nearly three inches Long also appeared upon the right Side of his forehead where he had Cut himself of the meat Block As he fell in the shop. He was take to the Conn to Hospital where he died on tuesday and from to wag buried thursday. Tho Coroner held an inquest of wednesday but the Only facts elicited wore that mrs Smith a neighbor had see Jopes Lynn of on Tho sidewalk Between Madison Street and Tho. Meat Market Quot about i o Olock sol Nafis. Night Hud also seen him Rise,.walk a few step and fall until he had Goue Down Throe or four times. She thought. Him under Tho influence of liquor Bank it is we thought thut. He was Hen in Jared and was�1 attempting to get to the shop where Horas afterwards found the Coroner a Quot jury. J brought in a verdict of Quot death Quot from facture of of the Skull from causes unknown Quot yet itt it by i Ople who Knaw. Jot i. Insist itans a a a there was foul play Tooji Parks who Bod always treated the it Row Man As one of Tho family is deeply Over of Strongo i of fitter Sar a \ fiscal

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