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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - March 28, 1891, Chicago, Illinois In a 4 i .1 / Quot it Quot us Quot Quot to 1 a Tjw to vow if. L a Eigo ibo s Megino to. I. �?-7�?-. Happenings since our last. Oak Park. Oak Park. Mans Olio by. Abrigg a titter. Re it. 10 18 m h. 1 4iy a. V o co m Coin weit. La 15 am Ltd m p. Fror Atli but. 8 00 a. 11 w a. 8 00 p. From the wot 8�oo am. 2115 1. Tiniro will of Ali of Bill mum um1 Dulli Viltis dully leaving Riuo Fllch at s in it a. M., and 2j 0 pm pm a a Delte aty to Inho Only Attl end m. Collections from Tito Violos with Meli Tlell vory. Delos Hull. 1. Comr Murter in chief w. G. Veazey of the o. A. B-1 lib a telegraphed that he will be in Chicago april 3, and will accompany Tho City posts to Decatur to take part Jyh Tab Celebi Ratje to of the Twenty fifth Anni. Ersary. The grand army of Cook county have begun preparation to tender the com a Tab 3eriinr0tiief a reception and Banquot at the grand Pacific hotel. The event will to the most important of any that has taken Placo in the order in Chicago since its or a mini Zattoni Fhil Sheridan poet of Oak a Park will be Well.representes., occasion and a delegation will a Flo take part in the Decatur Celebration. A a number of the a Lite of 0 a Park Are intending to attend the lecture by . De Watt Tallma gov. At the. Auditorium nest tuesday night and they anticipate a Rich oratorical treat. / the science of Good cheer Quot is the subject of the lecture. -----=3nkbr--.-Whitehaapurchftsad Zuj. Lots in Woodbine addition on Willis Street of Walter Thomas Milla life do., 181, la Salle Street Chicago and will Quot build on them a Fine House. Loaded team stack in the High priced mud of Madison and Lake streets bae Baen a constant source of annoyance to the electric Quot Sirot car crows Ellb it tit week and i Iube a Krutil in the running of the cars. Vai or brother by grocers who have secur etl the entire lower Story of the new building Southwest Corner of the Boulevard and Wisconsin Street Are preparing fur business and advertise for a boy to deliver groceries in Oak Park. A the committee on the enlargement of the Baptist ohm Rich a composed of the following name gentlemen Jesse Quot Baldwin John Lenox or Chas. S Burton and e. S. Con Ftp. The addition will be made on lib Ionek Jeffi flt i on Quot a Quot posted to seat 1,000 people. The basement will contain the fill nifty school room pastors study Etc., and the pulpit and Organ will be located at the South end. Among the recent donations toward this improvement Are the following Quot capt. Owens $2,500 a s. Conway $1,000 Jesse Baldwin $750 John Lenox $500, and Chas. S. Burton $600, which will be paid to Treab a user Galdwill As fast As needed. The school Bond election Quot Fjeld last Quot saturday for the purpose of voting upon the proposition to Issue $40,000 in Bonds for building a High school on Bast Avenue Ana Lake Street and to refuted maturing Bonds resulted in almost a unanimous ballot in favor of the proposition. There were Only Throe -otes.-Againatltha. Bonds a four against the building out of Quot a Tefil of Between 901 and 400 Votos thus indicating that the propositions were pop ular in this Community. Tus new school m. By the spiritual communion. A special in Tiblin program will be give. Mcewen amp Basche plasterers began work on the Interior of Samuel Scales building no. 128 Lake Street tuesday and expect to Hare the rooms ready for Peterson the Barber before May 1st, and he proposes to fix up in Fine shape with Bath rooms Etc. A a fresh coat of paint on the front of Haberland s building 124 Lake Street adds considerable to Ita appearance and the colors Light Green and yellow Are vary Stroili ing. the authorities Are having a i Good Job Quot of Denning up done on Laio Battiet and already tons of Dilli barn Beau in i offed i a at the regular meeting of a Quot D�n-postrgra.-Rrheh-la6t-i it was decided to celebrate Tho a Twenty fifth anniversary of the Organiza. Titan of Tho order april 6th. Commander a w 6?, Hull and quartermaster Milligan were a thu pointed a committee to Mike arrangements to. For the affair. During , a in a Jhu a a a. Terri iting paper . To it Quot soldiers and their Mph Gaye such satisfaction to the poet Mihata motion to have the local papers publish it Jarriod unanimously. A Tho sons of veterans held theft Rogu Lar meeting tuesday evening in Dunlop s Hall and do an the Mysterios of Tho order. An invitation from the Phil she Ted fun Post or the r., pc it have Tho sons of veterans. Join Iii celebrating the Silver Santto Ify of the organization of that society was duly to a opted. A a a old lady Rowland who lives on Prairie Avenue Tho respected Mother of three ten san veterans and of mrs. Yastine of this town 13 it Rita Low Fern is Grippe. On tuesday one of her sops or. A Rowland of Union City Tennessee and postmaster that place arrived Here in response to a Tele dram announcing the sickness of his Mother and he was affectionately welcomed. A or. Lackey who is an enthusiastic member Oft be Cri a r., exhibited to. A reporter this week the photographs of drs. Mayo . A a. Miss Mandle so Hullo who has Beon visiting her brother o. W. So Hullo has gone to Jackson Mich to visit friends and Relato is. A the entertainment and Sale to be Given of Tjio. Girls of St. Agnes Guild of the Hgt of the holy communion will be a instead of Trio . All May to for a tvs inter sorted in the us Cross of this Young Jocis to. It will be held afternoon ande Yening. A miss m a entertained a Alfisi a a a of Ift Glasl morrill.,&Quot a Albi his Uye to Covey Bra. Stap Fienson and goo. To. Allyl to of the 14th Illinois Tho founders of . A. R i or letter amp of or. Henry-kr-palm8rrlato. Of this state but now of Tran ipod col., and a Brot Iier of Gen. Palmer giving an account of his uni tuition As one of the very first Mim boil of the order in Tho backroom of drs. Stephenson Atlen a office Quot at Springfield 111., in 1h66. In View of the approaching Annis Saiy of Tho organization of . A. A these things Are decidedly interesting. The. Or. Stephenson. bras. The. Family. Pm Vioian of gov. Dick Yates. Quot ."1 a Wilcox son of John c. Wil Cox of Euclid Avenue died March 23 of diphtheria and was buried on the 23d at Graceland cemetery. A Arthur s. Wheeler no. 138 Peoria Avenue died vory suddenly of heart disease March 23. The funeral services were held Hilr Tinl a to and Quot to Iii lot a the elect no lights went out on monday evening about 7 o clock and for a. Couple of hours darkness prevailed. A hot Box in the Tao winery at a a the Power House a was the cause. A another Little flurry of Snow added to the general gloom of a Cloudy Day tues i Day Afi Tom. Fib4ifawwf Riaf uncomfortable. The members of the Oak Park Volunteer fire company Appow i to the citizens Quot tit �sct�rtl�5mvttt-T�rtheir-de6ire--to up Rouse. Uniforms and want everybody who can to buy tickets for their Ball to be Given in Steiner s Hall tuesday evening april 3. These tickets Are Only 50 cents each Ond any one can afford to help the boys out that much. A the Musio Loving portion of our population Are expecting a rare. Treat at the concert of the Beloit glee club next monday evening. This entertainment will be Given under to auspices of the Oak Park cycling club and for their Benefit in Stei nor s Hall. The reserved seat diagram can be seen at Mcgregor amp Day s grocery. A miss Nellie Bowers who keeps a boarding House in the Fred Willis Block on Lake Street and who was dangerously sick last week is recovering. Her boarders who were compelled to leave on account of her illness will return next week. A or. Holzemar the artist has. Three new pictures on exhibition in the windows at j. W. Sonne s furniture store which attract much attention. A dated Worswick who lives on Willis Street Rode his Pony up to Miller Bro a. Meat Market monday afternoon and the animal shying at a Street car threw its rider on the curbing and injured his left knee in a painful but not serious manner. A Anthony Retzer the Asperl Cigar maker has opened a new manufactory at no. Ill Lake Street Oak Park where he is now prepared to Supply the Trade with the very Best hand made Cigar and his factory is entitled to Liberal patronage As a Home institution. Or. Retzer also has a retail department with line of smoking and chewing tobacco and some of the Best cigars in the Market. A Albert Lincoln Foulks Tiger 25 years died of typhoid pneumonia March 21at at 3 o clock a. M., at mrs. A Ogden a 111 Lake Street after an illness of two weeks. The remains were taken to the Home of his brother we. Foulks at Austin from which the funeral tools place last sunday. Deceased was born in now Jersey and came to this country about five years ago. He was the first conductor on the Quot Cicero and proviso Street car line and wits made Motorman when the Electrio cars were put on and caught cold while performing the duties of that position. He bad $1,0 10, insurance policy on his life in one of Tho benevolent societies. A the friends of or. And mrs. John c. Wilcox of Oak Park sympathize with them most sincerely Over the Iosub of their son Maurico c. Wilcox a Bright and Manly boy of seven who died on saturday March 22, of diphtheria. On account of the nature of the disease the burial service was priv or. C. A. Baker formerly a grocer in this place now of California has named his property to talc Park fruit farm. He is doing Well and Wilt Soofi have his House finished and hib family will follow him Battie time in my. A at the meeting Fjeld at the Home of we. Wood 308 0�k Park Avenue monday night for the purpose of Diouf Silig plans for tie organization of a reformed episcopal a Torch in this then in the near future the Enterprise was endorsed by All Quot present. Though no definite plan were decided upon n committee was appointed to consider the matter in All its features and report at a meeting. A w. Conloy will Lead the men i if ii a in the Reading rooms 127 Lake a text monday evening at 8 15. A a to fire will be easter services at the rending rooms on sunday afternoon. Especial music for the occasion. A there will be Mother s meeting at the Reading rooms on Lake Street next Friday april 3 at 3 o clock. Lunch will be served at 4. A Phil. Sheridan a Post no. &15 g. A. R will hold services commemorative of the 25 h anniversary of the organization of the Quot grand army of the Republic. At Stoerr Hall on monday evening april g. A Cor a extended to Tho Oleroy teachers children and the Publio generally there will be a Short program of music and speeches and then n Good social Timo for All remember the evening april a Lens apr ppr Virtes will to yield a Unity a Church sunday sur Moa by Tia Forest Home cemetery. A la Grippon this at Tho present time to prevalent disease con be immediately cured by taking Dureselen s la Grippe remedy. A cure warranted within a Day or two if taken in time. To a for 25 Forti Alf Attu Erselen drug Stora,.lill la Kaa treet. A among Tho new. Business buildings erected in Oak Park this Spring none is crore spi Cuony for by to elegance and substantial construction than that erected by or. Nile on Boulevard South of Tho Northwestern tracks. It is f Throo Story Structure tie lower Story to be devoted to Bufi Knobb Piir Paea and the two to to offices and living rooms. Tho Walls Ara of Brick Quot and the front will be of Iron and tip avy plate Glass while the Interior finish will Bufi it of heavy Pine and handsomely decorated. A bathroom on each of the upper floors and suitable closets water Pipor etd., Supply necessary conveniences for of sea or families. Mason work was unil Aois known Cotti Ractor j. Hall of Quot Chicago the Carpenter work is being done by James Jahleil. To dry a Denih 5na Juls Tissl of or. T avid England of Harlem in inst week s paper an aggravating error occurred a 7. Quot Quot Quot it Quot in giving the name of the deceased. It Sarbou and his workmen and or. Peterson township of peo Tiso. Was experienced. Isopi cation Litton lists held a pleasant with Mir. And mrs. J. H. No from Ann Arbor is very ill with diphtheria expresses Oon Fidenso in his org of Wes Maywood .�.monday. The funeral iffy. Diu to amp a Iamo Quot Home to Watt Mesa the Bros new steel Plant. He it availing disease. T-.ssapprtea that fio Brewster will m9.v-Tpjmeptoi Imay 1st. 1 fn5r of fiction Trinade 5 trial of their hew Steil Plaa Wajn Fiffi of Fri a but we have been uti Ablo a of a Mai j. Roab Fetter join Thi fort a Mia it Waldo she store on is nearly completed. V v be. Ii. Bevington is Abe to a Obi again a mrs. J. Curtis has been a amt to Fri Granger of Ghio Agov mrs Lii Galandi. A License was issued on wednesday for the marriage of August Ableman to miss Maria Moe i Jib. Liotto or a a the Maywood electric Light company a a up of. Tho franchise for lighting both River Forest ant. Melrose. A the Vil amp go hold Quot another meeting to night and important matters Are expected to dome up for consideration. A a week s vacation bugs Nusug this morning has Boe granted the Maywood Publio schools. A a. A who May Wood checker court met at the. Pleasant Hume of mrs. O. Walker it thursday evening and Beveral Quot spirited Don tests took place. A the Ladie s Aid society of the Baptist Church raised the necessary funds and on wednesday they purchased a handsome new carpet for the Church and Hope to Hugo it on the floor for tomorrow s easter services. A the electric Light co. Have closed up ii Hunt riot with Tho River forgot Board to furnish the Village with Street lights. The work of stringing the wires will be com Monona of Noo ind Tho Light must to in running order within four months. The company also go Tho font rate for lighting Melrose at the Board meeting wednesday evening. Quot a to Ellister services at the chaff Tref the holy communion will be As follows newly we mtg prayer Sermon and communion at 10 45 childrens service and distribution of easter eggs at 3 p. A a Frank Guilford and family have returned to Maywood and have taken up their residence Corner ninth Avenue and eighth Street. Quot a the Illinois Nursery company is now ready to Supply the Spring Trade. to him la has for in tract which he put non the Inukai it june. He is now putting up a Larse bold Long -43x38 it and two stories High with i due Ball in Tho Roar. It will be finished a bout the 1st of it May Whon to intends Thaye a grand opening. The lower part will have a Saloon and Gro Oery store while the Tipper portion will to fitted Apas a Fine Public Hall a Thero Are Between thirty and fort now residences and business houses Undot contract in thib Village who will to erected to tween Tom Rbt of May and the 1st of june and it Largo amount of building material is now boing hauled. Non the grounds. Ray has a Mado Aronni opening a new forty acre tract or sub div Ilion just we by of Melrose about the let of april. It is a oho Ioe in Lilily we to Sniady there is some demand for lots in this addition. A the Chicago Tiro and Spring works have an unusual number of Large orders Oij hand just now and Between Iso and 200 Mon Are kept 0qnatantlx_6mplojed, while the prospects for Spring work is growing bettor All the time. A or. Charles Asher one of Tho loading contractors and builders of Melrose has just signed the contracts for Tho building of three Fine and spacious residences in Mol Roje and will begin operations at once. These building will and $3,000 each. A a the Village of Melrose has taken a new and vigorous impetus this Spring and real estate business and building has begun a will Surprise the natives. A or. Feed Green one of the enterprising and oldest citizens of Melrose will open an ice Cream and confectionary parlor on nineteenth Avenue about april lbt and fit up. A has Juat finished pitting up Over Twons Quot tons of ice Wei his aspects to use in Quot business this Artuner. A last saturday Fred Groon and Elmi Osenbaugh brought out from the Machino Fri amp Ops on Clinton Street a Largo Ond Cupitt winsome wheel gently cast by that a Ondein vial Kwito and Spring works weighing over7,500 Poat ids. A it is to take place of a wheel which was Brokon last week $ ont cos the &Quot$400 Tho me Roap Silva or Star band Jive made arrangements to hold their ii Neon or and give their que ing now being Builen Greys Suh Aud will fat up their Hill in Fine a a certain boarding House Misti Melrose got anxious last work Rog her boarders a Well As some what on1 regarding their enjoyments and starts out wharf. A Tiff Partlo plating. In argue of Luibli ii wide a. Quot it �?��?� and spent her time watching Vliem until Foffi flt Keld. Aho. For con o clock in Tho morning. Neither the lad a i the Correct it i vo�,n8 of nor Tho boarders appeared for breakfast the next morning and a special detail had to be sent to awaken them about 4 o clock in the afternoon. A quite an addition has lately Beon Mado to Tho Force of men employed at the tire and Spring works and As Spring business continues to ,.yot Othor Mon will to put to work. Kirbit Forest. A if Filliam bean proprietor of Tho Temperance Quot boarding House Quot if Fiji of Lanka and Vii Llams Btte ets died of sunday after noon Iasi at a o old0k�-Afler. . Of serious sickness from consumption. Hnnamad-Htftfl-22-Yaarb of age Iliili our Horn entire lower floor of the building will be occupied by messes. Warder Bro. As a Fine grocery and Market. The fixtures will be of red Oak throughout and he store will be fitted out with All the modern appliances of a first class business House. A Fine elevator is located in the rear of store and Tho lighting will be by electricity. The Large windows in front and at the Side will enable Messro. Warder Rob. To make a Fine display and the appearance of their double store in Chicago justifies us in so Yang that nothing will to loft undone by them to make the store very attractive and a credit to Oak Park. S. W. Packard and family who Are South for five or Bix weeks will not be Back until about the Middle of april. Yesterday Friday afternoon and evening the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church of Oak Park gave their supper and held their Bazaar for the Benefit of the Church at the residence of mrs. Henry Cribbens 107 Oak Park Avenue. The supper was liberally patronized and a Large number of fancy and useful articles contributed by generous members and others Wera sold by the Bazaar attendants. A a Belesot and appreciative audience greeted the Home dramatic company on tuesday night in their appearance in Sullivan s popular play entitled Quot trial by jury Quot under the auspices of the Oak Park club. It was demonstrated that Oak Park contained excellent dramatic and musical Talent among its Young Bocis qty As Many of the characters were sustained with surprising Force and elocution Ary effect and All were above the average of amateurs. V frequent and cordial applause greeted the company during the performance indicating that the audience were Well entertained. There is talk of giving another play in the future. A or. J. E. Chapman of the Price baking powder co., has rented a hone on Forest Avenue next do or to j. C. Mepherson and moved in with his family. A or j. Dungan with the Meridan Brit panic co., is building a residence on Belle Forte Avenue next lot to or. Delacy to Cost about $4,000. A the cycling club gives a German at Hoard s Hall tuesday evening of next week. Post commander Delos Hull of Phil Sheridan Post no. 615, Oak Park has Quot been appointed one of the reception committee to Roet commander in Abief w. G. Veazey at his reception at lie grand Pacific hotel Friday april 3. Three dollars per plate is the Price for Tho banquet tickets on this occasion. Beeg As above David England a mistake sincerely regretted is the family in so Well known and have so Long resided in this locality. The streets and roads have been so. Bad the past ten Days that funeral processions have had difficulty in getting out to the cemeteries and not a few vehicles have been stuck within a few Yards of the com stories. A the family of the late David England Harlem whose funeral was held last week from his late Home desire to return their heart Felt thanks to the Many friends who extended to them such sic Era sympathy and substantial Aid during the funeral of the husband and father and in the Saddest hours of their recent bereavement. A died at the residence of her brother a. 0, Anderegg Deal Aires Avenue 6n wednesday morning March 25, miss Sarah Anderegg of Ahna peo Quot Wisconsin aged 18 years. She was on a visit Here and being attacked with grip died in nine Days thereafter. A a German gentleman from South Chicago was in Harlem tuesday for the purpose of looking Over the ground with a View to locating a drug store hero. After me staining that three parties had previously experimented with drug stores Here he decided to look for a More favourable Community. A a Happy band of juveniles congregated on tuesday afternoon at 3 30 o Olock at the hospitable Home of or. And mrs. J. Ii Ewen Corner of Dixon Street and Circle Avenue to enjoy an elegant repast and Prtrt Cipalo if the fourth birthday Annivera . A a the Eleutrio Street railway company is disappointed Over the no arrival of its eight new oars and still is attempting to Quot serve an increasing patronage wit four cars. 1 a a. Public meeting was held in the school roof below the rid gland Hall last saturday evening which was attended by a store of interested citizens. Contemplated Public improvements were among the subjects discussed As Well a the importance of turning out to the approaching town Eleo Tion and Tho caucuses remarks were made by several gentlemen and arrange ments wore made for a etting out and distributing circulars urging voters to attend Tho caucuses and the polls of elect Ion Day a the Ridgeland literary society holds its next me tag of the spacious Horne it of mrs. Willard on Lombard Avenue next tuesday night. A a Porter Randall who has been absent rambling through the new England states far Bome weeks returned thursday morn ing greatly to the Delight of his family a Ernest wills who lost two fingers in an Accident at the Eleutrio Street railway Power House last week is doing Well and will soon resume his duties As conductor a on the Road. A invitations Are out for the social dance to la Giyen by the Ridgeland club tuesday Edom no March 31, at Ridgeland Hall and the Young people anticipate an Oje Gaut Trio the tickets Are $1.50 and Tho Eleutrio co. Wiley run a special car for the occasion leaving Borner of Marion and Lake streets at 3 p. In. Nai returning after Tho Ball., sary of their Bright Little daughter Maggie. Invitations had Beon sent out for about seventy five children but in her kindness of heart mrs. Mcewen succeeded in contributing to the enjoyment of a score or More in addition to these and from the opening until 6 o clock a perfect round of juvenile sounds laughter and exclamations of Delight filled the House. A number of neighbouring ladies aided the hostess in Cates Fulg to the wan to of the Little folks and All present received their full share. A Large number of presents,.useful and valuable were made to Little Maggie and Sho prizes them highly. A mrs. H. By Renschen has been confined to her room the past five weeks with the prevailing sickness. She is now improving. A quite a number of worthy Ortiz on Are being talked about As candidates for town trustees. A August Thode is building another addition to his House on Madison Street making it altogether Over 100 feet in length. �?6tto Hintze who has been Down with sickness is recovering and will soon be out again. A the members of the wide awake pleasure club want everybody who Oah to buy rieksts for their second annual Ball to be held on thursday evening april 9, at Steiner s Hall 0.�k Park. The Minsio for the occasion will be by Bohman s band. A the dance Given by the Star Blind of Melrose at Hintzo s Hall last saturday night was a grand Success and All present enjoyed the party to Tho fullest while the band cleared nearly $100. To tire ire a a Rumor on the streets to the effect manufacturing and bottling co. Tolf Harlem is about to change hands. A Augusta Retner infant daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Retner a 24 Freeport Avenue died of cramps last wednesday and was interred on the 25th at Oon Cordia cemetery. Melrose. A Henry Boling the Melrose Saloon keeper has lost a valuable Irish setter dog he will Well Reward any one returning him a Henry Knab head Moulder for the Chicago Tiro amp Spring co., was married tuesday. A so a much sickness prevails that the Melrose club Lias been unable to get quorum. A one of Peter Baker s children died this week from Scarlet fever. A or. A. Grey owner of Tho Gro sub divi8iq.-i, Oyt a lot form Ray boo in is Circo my or in Germany from which country he migrated to Illinois Twenty three years ago. About a your ago he moved in from Hom bord iit7, Taok jobs Debton of the Board ing House where he died. To was a member of the lutheran Church and Tho funeral sort does held. Wednesday afternoon were Oon Duoto by Rov. Gross of that denomination. A or. Heu Ertly who has been Bick some time was reported in a dangerous condition i a a a. A a thar Many Friend of grandma Thatcher will be glad to know that she is Souvalos cing from her recent sickness. Into one of the Bla Okail Homes this week and becomes a citizen of a fir Forest. A Quot Reg pubs Trio a Morse a Ter Day Friday for Olevea Day s easier vacation a a. L. Mckallen Haff returned from new York where he has been visiting friends since March 1st. A Lis roads have been so bad the past week that Chicago dealers who supplied local merchants have Boon compelled to take off their delivery wagons and ship goods by Rutt Krcma trains. A master Louis Humphreville who has been absent Over a year has returned and resumed the position of assistant in his brother s store. A or. L. A Townsley s family will not move to As they intended. They will remain in Rivar Forest for another year. Mrs. Kirk and miss Waller Havo returned from an extended trip South. Walt. Brighton and Vicinity. A there was a Ory hot fight at Tho Twenty ninth Ward primaries last saturday and there was in enormous vote polled Ballota being received at the Rato of Over 100 an hour. Gahos Moln Emey and Fleming were arrayed against Buck Msgarthy Jim Kelley and Alderman Noonan with their respective Follower uie former winning by a dozen lengths. A Penoliar nature of Tho two Rity Nilah Ward contest was that Carney Ryan John in go it and others dropped into line amp and Wero hustling on be and Alderman Noonan discovered soon after Tho Pri Marlea opened that he Quot was not in it Quot from Tho Start to use a current expression. To Laboured under Many disadvantages Tho principal one being that to had no organization. Carey had nearly every worker in the Ward with him Whilo no Quinn was backed Only by Pat Allen Back Al Ccarty John Roselor Pat Flanoy. Duty gig. Kopje Jim Kelly and ii few others. No fun conceded his defeat Early in the Jay. To got Little More than a Quarter of the total. A Yonng Man named Thompson Robin ing on Sacramento Avenue died on tuesday March 17, of brain fever. A mrs. Evans a find. Mother of Simon Evana. Died Fin. Thursday. March 19 and was buried Brighton is taking. A look . She is to have a $7,s,lj90"bcboolhouso, life streets All sew reel Bridge a drainage ditch and Rove Rel other things too Qamer bus to me Teloh in this particular place. 1 a a raid Uter Tity and musical entertain a Quot Veli by the Brights a a . A Quot Quot ing ant a a tickets the Lathi a a report Quot monday Las Daughty to to Denly from near eng Leosi Nameiy it Turidio to la a. It lie tip is Ahtu who were the sup in. Their Inatomi reported. A Tho Delegate. The South tpwb3_ Hadd ntihqrneic5<>f5_____ m. K. B in loss Ltd by of Tufa cket1 of to hts i. Enjem a pm Fth Ards safest ii. Lroy in a flings sir Trisor Jan Blond Imer Colts Olor and we. Kerwin clerk of Fifik Libles a unstable to fill voc Antty a a �?11 a a a St Bra a. List of precinct no. 4, Brighton shows u total of 420 votes quo new names having been added and 5 wiped. I Fliss Etta Mills Niece of the late or. Tyr to a left for her Homo at Grundy Centre on monday evening. A Rev. W. A. Lindsey Tho Baptist Quot minis Ler left for hib Home it Portland Oregon on my Hadhy and has left the Iii list congregation temporarily without a pastor. The Stato of his health wits Tho manse of hib leaving. _ Quot it Quot a aug. Holmquist jul still confined to his Quot Quot Quot v the a a Frank Rod Maji in Provo slowly if at ,11, ----------------2l a Rev. Obas. Boaz graduated As an m. , in Lego on tuesday last. A dbl voted Trio True Victory address and Wen great Quot applause. A did. At her residence 4058 Florence Aye Miff Brighton. On today Oft Eranoui mrs. Mary Sanders aged 48 year St months and 5 Days. A died at his residence. 3012 Archer Avenue on monday last Henry fasking aged 3 5 years and 7 months. Proprietor of fasking s Hall. A a. A Edwin a. Chancy a Young physician Lias Altenus Pfilf am Taos and. Office Ettje Ris Tidence of miss Mills. David Sutker a two Weka old baby died on mondays Jet and was buried tuesday Limle Oad Lgan urim Ltd. Touar or. A Orrl met. Pike or. Oulu Sherman and or. Baa. To ton. a mrs. We. Preston was in the Village daring Thi week. A mrs. A. Corinth hta returned from Louisville ky., where the spent three month visiting with her patents. A or. Herbert Lee of Washington Street is slowly recovering. From a Long Selge of typhoid fever. J a Don t Folget the Mason Prado Ball to be Given by the la it Lles of Hope Lodge at flu Hor s Hall on easter Jjo nday. A or. Dan Miller had the my Fortune of a ont port Ai amp a Wal to a North of the . Sacka i it Mons a or. J. Hammet has Reno read and is building a Large a dding on like stat Ltd near Corner of West Cynd St nil Bucklen s. Arnica Salve in the beat Salve in the world for All cute raises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped bands chilblains corns and All skin erupt Iowa and positively ones piles or no a Jim Rea tred Ftp a ppr Antonea to give per act sati Sanction is Raof taif refund Quot Quot Park. Mrs. Jed Horder is convalescent. Fortl. Rob Streu Hnz been entertaining or. David Diefendorf of now York state. A a mrs. We. Lip Newig visiting her Mother mrs. Jas. Rye. In Broo weeks mrs. Pooner will depart for now York which Bho intends making her future Homo. A mrs. Jas. Muir toy has sold her Home on avers Avenue Aud will soon remove to Canada. A the Venus pleasure club is making a treat preparations for a Ball to to Given at Van Buron s Hall Corner California a venue and Madison Street on april to. A mrs. R. Irth of Fortieth pins is very ick with Bron Oltis a Little Winnie Reg who has been visiting her a Bloomington. Iii., for Tho past three months has returned Homo it of w0.,triable is suffer tag with a severe Altok of Rusti Mathiam. A the Ott Zens Are about Tor Noal Paw in Independent candidate Tor Aldo town for to -Ward,.--Vdjh-Ftekenqati a stalked strongly of As a of Triblo candidate. His e. Go Zbyr a bks Rbt Tom a at Tilton school Salt Boen absent a Faw _ Tys on not count of ill eee. V 1 a number of y<56i in Mise by in this Vil Tam have Fons fed a society Cal the Martha not Agton Lay club thav Nasti onco a. In a Onins Ediin ply Cink a jul Fofi Given Anthony lit Olvry and eat. He in cigars and tobacco. Esu Wil a apply Trade with the Bett. Domestic cigars. Your orders no. 111 like Street Oak Park. Is thereby Given that a Lif to will be held in Dnn Nobeck Hall on april 11. 1801, at 8 lock p. fqr.Tho Pur a Iso of planing in nomination candidates for Village offices. H. C. Yujeh Village Clett. Village 0 f. a among a by a it Ile Tow Jerri e ids. Several fun ii. Wisconsin y18 Yoni aria 8 my a non it Witheft to Fla est a Lake Quot held at if try Jrsn. Dido Maiji Turid Bessie Quot a a he tip a. To my , it Pic to. Fun rate a Juip s ,.atjl a uni Anil arts Quot conducted by "father.�-me--Donell. Tho in Emerit Quot was lit7 Calvi iry cemetery. She leaves a father sister and two Brothers also a Largo Circle of friends to Noum bar loss. Tho Yonng people s society of Chris to arts Endeavor gave a sociable in Tho Perlos of the congregational Church last wednesday evening a Largo number of Young people were in attendance and a delightful time was or. Jno. Yolk and miss Emma Mellor were United in Mifu Inge on wednesday Tho 18th Init. Or and mrs. Volk will in Side in this Village. A miss Blanch Doyle has returned to her old position As real estate agon for j. T. Suitor on Madison near Fortieth Street eat Ter services we of a la Hsich it St bilt Nabob Church on sunday a veins at 7 30. San Dot fire Biol at Bizat hour 3 p Pool a Airt Tio Little daughter of or. And mrs. O. L. Stewert died last saturday of spinal affection and was buried at Calvary a eme a a delightful sociable was tendered to the classes of mra. Cook mrs. Parmalee and mrs. Miller at the residence of mrs. R. Miller up avers Avenue last monday even inc. Each scholar carried Provit Ion which will be Given As an a amp tar offering to the poor. Quot Matt t Hait. Over Beart race ind shia week that sad intelligence of Het father s death he resided in Chicago. I a mrs Jno. Nelson is again seriously ill a Quot Al str by Swibas Quot it it Lra Fahr tomorrow Rao a Day. March 39th, Hildron a meeting will be Man Dele. A or. Mortensor reports several sales of real estate this past week in this neighbourhood. A or. And mrs Gordon have for the past week been quite ill from la Grippe. A or. And mrs. Huron Jost their Little daughter from the same cause this Post week. Mrs. Lardinois has Boon quite ill for three weeks Quot but is improving and expects to leave for Kankakee some time this week. Mrs. Tomi Ralph has added one More to the population of Mundell. A Tine 10 Pound boy. A or. And mrs. C. W. Salisbury s two boys Are suffering with bronchitis. Quot a our newly organized or. Demoralized demo amp Itic club Are trying to receiver from their defeat of last week. If they want to Shower themselves with glory they must get the respectable element at Tho head of their ticket. Then it will necessary for them to Wear mourning. A �?mr., Phillip Ward b Little girl is under or. Pope s eare. Our citizens would like to hear from Alderman Bortree. Street did monday morning and was buried tuesday at Forest Homo. A a. A Selma Nelson of Lake Street who died last saturday was buried wednesday at Forest Homo. A mrs. A. T. Harley is quite ill with la Grippe and pneumonia. A Michael Stanton who died tuesday morning of pneumonia web buried thursday at Calvary cemetery. A in neatly every household costumes Are being prepared for the masquerade on the 30tb. Dan Akkerman for Alderman is the Hattle cry of the majority of voters in Tho 28th Ward. Dan has proved Bim Solf above rope oath and he will without doubt be victorious on the 7th of april. A the real estate agents report it next to impossible to find cottages enough to Supply person who desire to rent. A Tho members of Tho pros Torion Church will hold a meeting thursday april 3 to decide on., the employment of a pastor for the ensuing year. A the Hope Lodge of Central Park will give a masquerade Ball in fib Oher s Hall Mon Fly evening March 30. A Tho knights of pythias will Giro a Ball thursday evening search 31 at Fischer s Hall. Or. Charles Johnson will open anew hardware store in the Fiselie Block Ami will do Tinner s work of All kinds and will also keep a Largo and Complete line of hardware. Notes of the Temperance Union. The Spring convention of the of Truh District w. C. To u. Will be held at More land april l4, in tie presbyterian Church. Tho gospel meeting at the w. C. T. Reading rooms in Oak Park last Sabbath was Well attended. It was led by. Or. J. B. Webb. The work at the free Reading rooms is constantly growing and is far reaching in its int Cuenco Tor Good. During the past month 812 persons attended the various meetings 100 books were taken out to Quot be read attendance at the Friday evening meetings 253,"farnllles represented outside of Tho w. C. T. U., 139, Young men. 20g, children under fourteen years of age 219, average attend Uoo at the Friday evening meetings 63x average attendance at Tho monday evening meetings 25. The Austin w. C. T. Is erf Joying a revival a fun Terbet in its work. Last Mon Day eve eng Quot a a reception was Given at the Homo of mrs. Putrick North Central largely attended and a Choice program was enjoyed by All. The next business meeting of the Austin w. C. T. Will to hold at the Reading rooms monday evening March 30. They Are very anxious to secure the of of oration of All Tho Young people in Tho. Various churches. The annual mooting of the Chicago con Trai Union will to held in the Ladie s Par Lor at the Palmer House thursday March 2� the woman suffrage Bill passed the Senate of California by of 21 to 14. New firm. A new business firm has been born in Oak Park this week. It is lessors. Dolp amp Hamlin who have rented a store at no. 105 Luke Street where. A Hoy flu carry. On a sowing Mach no Agency the particulars of a Lush with their advertisement will appear in on next Issue. Both Are men of of Peri Enoe for whom we presage a an abundant Success. J. Mouel.a3sik�?� to numb. Made bread. Give it a Dono so already and yon1 Piave no other. Mrs. Woods of Ontario Village of Heli Iose. A to Nucy is not . Quot my big or liar Lii. Sport Ltd a Arock Kment a Taco Ord Orad that be having Liua United us follows to wit comme Boug at the Ond of the prosenik sower a Ute Elf Fli Strool of a Quot Point about 150 Foet East of the Oast abutment of Tho twelfth Street Bridge Span Ning Tho Desplaines River and extending in twelfth stint to Hannah Areiti Phonco j North in Huunh Street to Jasaon. Bar i thence in Jakso u Street to Circle Avonzo thence North and northwesterly in Circle Avenue to a Point 15 feet South of the North line of Sterling. A theol with the Prover Iode of an in i Nanfel Trio 21i�t Daliy of feb a a ,-lh0l, a Cert Flod copy of which is attached to the pet Iliou of Tho Village of Harlem docket no. 3, in Tho county court of Cook county have applied to the county court of Cook county for an assessment of the Cost of said improvement according to benefits and an assessment thereof haying Quot been made and returned to said court the final hearing thereof will to had at the april term of a Aid court commencing on the 13th Day of april a. D., 1801. All person desiring Nyiry then and there appear and make their defence. La whence Doutsos Jons pc it. A i ask. Stephen w.\viiekl.eh, _ _ a a coir Siisi Len . Village of Hartem i incr 2h Quot Sui. To a of f nor so. Annual town must Long. Titter a it Enir Jug huh Waey. Noisy meet in at Morula in thursday kaon link a democratic i tally Wittst night a Votral Pakk. A at the democratic City convention last saturday Charles w. Hanrahan wus chosen Central a Ommi Teeman for Tho Twenty eighth Ward. A sunday afternoon As Tho funeral pro Coibion follow aug the remains of Mary hints daughter of John in Job of no. 2u0 Milwaukee Avenue was crossing the Wisconsin Central track at mod Sou and Fortieth streets a locomotive whistled As the Hearse was about to Cross the track. Al j. Dino gone the Driver attempted to Back his team but a Bys Tarder William Harroll Quot Lowood Tho Railroad Gates. The barn toll Between the horses and the Hearse Quot and the horses Wero unable to move either Way. The horses reared frantically and managed to drag the hears around in such a Way that they Eien Ped the Force of Tho collision. Tho engine struck the hoarse with a crash. The two front wheels flew off and the horses dashed up the Road at full booed. Charley Humbel no 272 North aah Laud Avenue was seated with the Driver. He was knocked off and received soveral Soulotis cuts on Quot the . The Accident naturally created great distress and consternation among the mourners but after considerable delay and confusion other Means Wero found for conveying Tho casket to the cemetery and the cortege Prock ded on its Way. Harrell who had no author if to t6uch the Railroad Gates not being an of Playa either of Tho cily or Tho Sipany was arrested Oha god with malicious Treb past. Or. William Trimble of Madison a Fortieth streets has purchased forty Levi a acres of lamp near Oak Park. Ii will to called Trimble s addition. A miss Carrie Krammer of fort Wayne iud., is the guest of mrs. Malcolm. A or. And mrs. Chas. Sherman -1202 Carroll avonae rejoice this week Over Tho arrival of a baby son. The schools observed Good Friday. A it miss Carrie Rogers will g Ivo a Martha Washington Tea party april 30., Beautiful cosur Tihes Are in course of preparation. A mrs. C. Ii. Hult and children have returned from a tour through the South. A or. C h. Blow 412g Lake Street Hab recovered from an no Muoma. A bom March 25, a daughter w or. And mrs Jno. Davenport. A a la Grippe still holds Tho grip on a number of Central Park villagers. Among thu of Ferris a Riold Utu Ruewe my a a Call for a Quot citizens indo Pendant rally Quot in Brett s Hall Moreland called together a Large crowd on thursday .evening., Tho promoters of the gathering acted in such a half hearted and indifferent manner that they allowed the for lend of tic Republican and democratic candidates of take Possession of to meeting and ran it the Friend of Frank Mccarthy the democratic candidate boing Thero in the largest Force. After a Wrangle or. Barclay was oho son chairman Aud or. Hopkins Secretary. Or. Davis offered a Resolution affirming the claims to recognition of the duly nominated Republican and democratic candidates which was carried. Subsequently a motion was made nominating or. Akkerman As an Independent Aldermani candidate but Tho chairman did not got an Opportunity to put it to the meeting before to friends of that gentleman had withdrawn and organized a meeting of Thair own in another Hall. Or. Akkerman was present and Mado a speech slating that to came Thore not to Force himself As a candidate upon the electors but to ascertain the cause of Tho pro mailing discontent and remove it if possible. Or. Stoddard As one to it for. Bortree a supporters said that gentleman had not treated Hia friends right As gifts toe Penson. He Hud agreed to pay the Cost of Ifie Quot primary election but Hail not done so Aud had failed to recoup those who had expended Money in his behalf but tar All that he would stand by his Man. Sam Haigh spoke on behalf of or. Akkerman and found fault with those republicans and democrats who came Thero to interfere in a meeting of Independent voters. Alderman Bortree came in towards Tho close and defended himself claiming that Whon he gave his time and exertion to his Coustie neuts he ought not to to put to unnecessary Etui Nso. After this the mooting adjourned a our reporter did not Loam what was done by those who had withdraw but the impression seemed to to that or. Acc Muu would not allow himself to be drawn into a cob text. A there was a Largo Republican delegation from Brighton present headed by Jotin Mckenna and they Aud Tho majority of the Moreland republicans seemed to harmonize in favor of an Independent ticket Whilo the. Strongest opposition to or. Akkerman s Oak Dudacy came from the Central Park and Moreland democrats who Are hot for Mccarthy and do not wish to see a Largo por Tion of the democratic vote of Brighton drawn Froin him which would certainly be the Case if or. Akkerman should Kloct to run. A Alderman Kelly Frank Mccarthy a and Maurico k. Smith wore announced to address a democratic mass meeting at the democratic Headquarters in Moreland last night. R notice is hereby Given to the inhabitants and Legal voters of Tho town of proviso county of Cook and state of Illinois that the Quot Anne Ial Lown nose Ting for said town will be held it the Ila j Wood Hall in Baid town on tuesday the 7th Day of april licit being Tho first ?.d in if gnat month purposes Quot choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting. elect one 8npetvlsort one Quot of a Oil commissioner it highways Aad so a ii aah Uva. And Otic a u a sol or Titia. Us to % �ahen#1 Wilt to held Tor the Patopae of nominating town officer for said town at the May 1 Wood Hall on the 31st Day of March 1891, at 7 o clock p. In. And to act upon any additional subjects which May. In furnance of Law come before said meeting at the proper Tibie when convened y which meeting will be called to order Between the hours of eight and unit it o clock in the Forenoon by order of town Board. Given under my band this sixteenth 116th Day of March a. �o8u1. Pm. Bohiw Vandeb town clerk. Austin. Miss Adelaide Griffin entertained master Albert feers of Davenport 011 monday afternoon. Mrs. A. C. Feogin is visiting to parents or. And mrs. Puruey. Mrs. Lea of Chi ago daughter of or. Aud mrs. Tinker and Fistor of miss Anna tinker of Austin died in Chicago on Mon i Day. Tho funeral services took Placo wednesday from Chicago to Forest Home. A mass Lulu face gave a yellow luncheon to the Ano Imoto he piety on thursday at Bor Homo on Forest Street. Many friends from Chicago Wero present. Tho Chautauqua Circle met tuesday evening with the misses Rowlands. The animal Nitiss Zohary Tea was Given on thursday it the e Baptist Church. A gentleman from Bulg Tibia addressed the meet if. Tho y. W. C. T. Held a reception at Patrick s on monday. An interesting Lite Surv and musical program was Given. A Trio w. F m s held their annual thanks offering meeting at the m. E. Church on wednesday evening. Bliss Hewett a a Tum a outta tonary troja Japan. Addressed the meeting. A the eleven thirty club will meet this evening with or. And mrs. Henry. Griffing. Or. C. N. Potts was called last week to Benson Minu. By the serious illness of his Mother who has since died. Three of or. Joseph Sandman i family Are recovering from an attack of Tho grip. Imrij. Hose is sick with Tho grip. A mrs. Marble sr., who has been quite 11 is convalescing. Miss Julia Meredeth of Batavia has Eon Visi Ting miss Nellie Bassett. Or. And mrs Sigel crafts entertained a number of friends on saturday evening at their Home on Chestnut Street. A a. A miss Clam Creole has returned from a visit in Chicago. A or. And mrs. James Wilson have returned from the South. A a mrs. William Wallace who has Beon visiting her Mother mrs. Amos Shepard has returned to Bor Home in Sandwich 111. A or. Sidney Woodbury left on thursday for and extended Southern trip. A or Lincoln Patrick who has been visiting relatives in the Viltage Quot has returned to his Home in Omaha. A la a Cicero a votes. The registrar Ion Tor Tho Twenty eighth Ward and Cicero by lows _ Cicero. 1st precinct. pre Cintas if As Fol 4th 5th to the total c52 480 257 28th . 253 1st precinct. 487 . 319 3d1554th Quot. 332 5th Quot. 473 i total. 2,0191 James w. Two Uio Chiaf clerk election or. And Mai Fred Bennett of Geneva 111., who hive Beau visiting or. And my no land Havo returned Home. A Litany service was conducted by the Rev. A. A. Fiske on wednesday at the i residence of mrs. C. H. Potts 210 South Waller Avenue. The Rov. A. A. Fiske delivered the last i lecture of the course of lectures which have. i Beon pm during Lent a i thursday Een a Quot i my at Tho episcopal Church. A a a 221 1,989 a or. Teal tax been very sick for Tho past three months. To. Trust to will soon be to be 0 t. Tho King s pm Giters met on tfx nday with miss Jennie Jones. A a mrs. Phillips a very ill with pneumonia at the residence of mrs. Gammon 315 South Pina Avenue. Or. Jamos rot a us with Tho grip a a at tha Camp fire Given Byther Dierof the Post on tuesday evening two comforts a Wero raffled which were won by miss Jasitt i tvs. D min ,w�

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