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SrRINGFlELD, O., 1
April 5, 1SS7. J
Our hat department is now
filled up. We were never
better prepared with soft and
stm nats tnan now. i ne
Hat business being done here
calls into requisition almost
every style and quality known
Our fine fur derby stiff hats
at $i.4S,-$2 and $2.5oare
Prices to our competition
which they cannot match
within 50c to $1. The secret
Is in quantity buying and
manufacturing ; we are the
only firm in Springfield that
enjoy this advantage, es-j
pecially in the clothing busi
THINK OF THIS,
. You buyers of clothing anUK
lurnishing goods, and come to
the When, where you cafK,
have a large assortment of
goods to pick from and wherej
vou buv direct from the man
ufacturers, whereby you save
the jobbers' profit; one pric", k.-
and everybody treated alike tow.vmhi- tkimki
Springfield's Only One Price
23 AXD 27 WEST MAIX ST.
n. c. uvon.
AXU FAMILY SDl'l'LIES.
The lSrt Canned and Bottled (Joods.
Stitctlj- I'nre and Flrst-Cla8
(Joods, at Lowest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
7 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner of Center, Sprlnglleld, 0.
TKLEI'IION'i: NO. 33.
M I Kr 5 ?
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FOR THE HOMELESS.
ass Improved KEXTV'CKT FARMS from 20
to HJO acre, at prices from 13 to $35 per
Klu-r-a XoanUttn it, K.
Oliver S. Kelly, Mayor
He Turns Defeat Into Victory
With 292 Plurality.
The Entire Republican City
Ticket Elected by 192
While the Township Ticket is
Safe, with but One
Complete Belnrui from Etp 17 Precinct
Thetireat Victory am! How
It was Won Notts Xonu
Oliver S. Kelly is mayor-elect of Si'ng-
Slomlay was a good'day for the republicans
of tills city ami tliey won a glorious vic
tory, ..overcoming odds unprecedented in
the political history of Springfield.
The entire republican city ticl-et. headed
by Mr. Kelly, was elected. It was almost
too much dory for one da), but the repub
licans maile a gallant right ant the victor)
w as ell earneii. They bear their honors
In tl.e tabulated statement the vote re
ceived tiy eaMi candidate for every city and
town4iin omceNiiH be found complete with
dings that hayNbeen made with the ut
most care; butriie NllWwing statement of
the total vote' of eachN'aiididate 011 the
city and town-hip ticket pseept that of
township assessor) Is In a form convenient
for future reference :
jCrliVer H. K.lly, It 3,.-.!
I'. M. Ilcl. N"..f 3,."li7
Atimlit It. LuiUitw. 1. Ght
Kclly ilurHlli 2V.:
AiiRWtilX. MlliiuitT-t It 4,04
.1. Cillltonl Willie, N.-I" 3.-.K-J
U ill.i'illii, f ... JC.i
8umuirr's i!uri.lli w. 4G3
I.ullirr r. V.iiint. It .3,J10
Jaine LHCn?.hiiiniitN..l' 3.717
Thoma llrVlll, I" 4.VJ
Youns'a plurnlllv , IH3
rankKlctitmyrr. It . 4.110
.laiee r. C",X.-I ... . . .3..V.M
Wct'tniyerS mnjority . 511!
Arthur C. Morrill, It S.Sfi'.l
Thimiaft .1. Crritjrer, X.-P . . 3.1177
Willlnm R.Ur.11 S".J
IVATKK ITURKI TKUSTKI:.
Conrn.l Nacrl, It . . 3,"I0
Ailuin rliml. It. ".-! ... . 3,OIJ
Alfrf.1 W. C)ttul, V 30O
NCrr plurnlltr .. .. 30O
W. I". I'njiie, -..!
Ianc Klliillr, K
TIioiurOI. Offatt. ..I. atnl I'
Jslin W. Pnroti, It ....
1. M. Ilurli...I'.and I'
Jnin O. lar-n. K
Kawardl'oUe-. K .
J. V. StillUn". N.-1"
rrauk Itiirliatiatt, V.-I
Jnhu s. I'linjim.iu. I' .
Jj.Tlun II. Mullli, V
Hon It t Dtinr.
Motiilay inornine daunetl dark ami blus
tery. The fky was oerc.it by ominous
Iccikinir clouds, the air was ran and chill).
aciittim: bretie stKtn --iirain; up, and alto
I tether the iinmiise was nut fur a pleasant
! day. Toward 10 o'cluck, lmweter. the
cloud Im-imii to clear away, and bv noon
tho tin was shining in all his glorious
i brill. ancj.
I Ir was a republican day. Uepublican vic
i tury was in the verj air. By mom repub
i licans conhdcntly cljimeil Keilj's election
by a -afe plural'ty, and as the hours pro
, Blessed their conndetice increasetl, until, by
the time the 1h)IIs chistsl. tliy cUimetl the
cectien f the entire i itj tn-Irt.
The inti rest w.is nn-rr greater at a mu
nicipal election in -priuctield than it was in
that ot Monday, fcach party realized lhat
it would hive no walk-over, ami therefore
1 strained eerj nene to win. Not a s-tone
jvas left unturned by any one of
I the three opr sii p forces that
wo-iltl be IiLeir to accrue to its atlvautaije,
and not a vott r was iierinittet, unmolestni.
to leniJtm away fiom til ol!s. Tlio 3ght
was ternlic. but not noi-y. All were
trembling wlih intense ener-ry. but they
aid verj ln'.le Kvrrythlnt; nasiluiic. I
The republican furies were adimrabl
fimiilzeil, ami the uw-t t-tfectivo work ks
tlble was accouiplished. Two tuecesie
ilefeal.s by lari:e majorities liatl taught tin
republicans thai the tiiht would lw a bittT
ine, ami that, in order to win. they would
lie compelled to liend all their eneigies tu
their work. This was done, anil with that
grand republican. Oliver b. Kelly, as tlie
pait'-- leader, aiiled by Gun. Summers,
Luther Vouint. Knk Itiirhtmjer, Aitliur
Moirill, Conrad Xa:el. Kil. Williams, and
a jKinerful combination of want and town
ship nominees, victory was snatched from
li feat and the cit) was redeemed.
The work done by the republicans o.i
Monda has ne er been equaled in bprini;
tieM. Ou the id of last Nneinbcr. live
months bio, this city Rae a democratic
majority of 7r5. To overcome tliis was in
tts.-lf a lierculen task, but to overcome it
by a majontj of 291 was entirely pheiioint
nal. A iaiu of over one thousand votes is
indicative of brilliant work b all republi
cans, working not singly and alone, but
unitedl. and together. Creat creJlt is be -
stowed on all whocontrlbiited to the victor..
but sjieeial praise is due the republican
central committee forthe handsome manner
in which the campaign was conducted. The
meintHTs of the committee, led by that fine
organizer. Capuin J. S. Miles, did not in
dulge in pyrotechnic efforts, but went qui
etly and effectively about their work. Ev
ery ward, every precinct, was thoroughly
organized, and to organized effort the
brilliant ictory Is due.
Rcvptlnn of Itrtnrn.
On account ot the heavy vote the returns
were a little slow In oominc in last night,
but when enough wards had counted out to
iiiiltcate what the re-ult w:i. rennhlican
beciW- wildly entlniNiastlc. They fimk the
towni The lew nttu-nartisans and tirohihH
tionPts who reinalneti on the streets afti-H
ine general rciut otcaiiie known, were
silent and refused to Je rmnfortnl. (lre
was no balm of dilead foMliem. Tim
w anls carrittl b the non-partisan-, are ree-
oenizetl denifatic wards ami the "results"
as to the ward olllcers wen to lfu e btvn e
Iectl. A ,
Slmrtly before midnicht, v. hen it liecanr
certain that not only Mr. Kelly, hut eJry
other candidate on the city ticket had Iieen
elected, the cutlm-Usm of reiublicai
knew nobrunds. The Champion city band
marched lhrouch the rtreeLs followed bv a
larc csimourie ot cheering republicans,
to the Arcade hotehwhere a complimentary
-erenatle was ci(n to Major-elect Kelly
ilon.OIUerS. Kelly. Judge Miller stepped
ujxui the balcony in tho Arcade and in a
neat -iieech introduced Mr. Kelly.whp then
brlelly, but feelhiKly. thanked the band for
the -erenatle and the republicans for the
honor they had done him In electing him
the chief executive ofllcer of the city.
Mm or (Joodwlnal-o -made a short addre
to the crowd. After more, nm-ic and more
cheer-, tile "people di-ersed to their
The re-ult f the election does not
chaine the political coiiip!eiou of either
the city conT.cil or the Nurd of education.
Itoth will remain democratic, but it is
hoped that neAt prine both may be re
dei metl by the republicans. Follow ine is
the iier-omiel of Ihtv-e holdlni; over and tho-e
newly elected bein ;; gi en by wards :
W R. Ilurnett. I.
F. T Thomas. R.
K F rtink.X P.
Jic. li Kuril. II.
0 IlArlka. R
tV 0. Michael. X
H'. U (Ireea. I
O. V. Xetts. V.
XT. II Rlee. I
Peter Slack. R.
Jamr s A. Ulcus. R.
J J Hnripes. R.
P. r ('. Kried. R
.Tolin ilcKenna. D.
P. I' J Miller. I).
Daniel Iicrlew, N.-P.
Also new Ir elected, for short term.
The board of education w ill bo composed
of the following members:
J T. Itldirelv. I.
R J. Reck. K.
MlrhtPl Kearns, I.
J. P..Martlndell, I.
J. M. Pence. X. P
F K Mirimpf.I)
( K. IliiI(teii.X.-P.
J J.Miller. 1.
J ll.l'ox. II
A. II. Splrlrcan. X'.-P
r 11 Kay. II.
W F. lleiltt.R.
R. C Bell. R.
eonre V. Wlncer. R.
llarmnn Kraute. D
Vi illlara Troy. D.
Tlie contests in the various wards were
rretty ones, but in the mot of them they
were too one-sided to be really Interesting.
Tehan's tight for council against Hlee In tlie
First ward was one of the most gallant as
one of the most brilliant ever made in a
want in Soniiirheld. Against a democratic
majority of 2J0 Mr. Telian made tfle fight
practically sincle-handed and It is really
wonderful to know that a rhanire of three
votes would have elected him. Hlee defeat
InC him by only four. It Is ruder-tood that
Mr. Tehan will contest Blec's election,
there having been an Irregularity in the
In the Second want Captain Murk Smith
bad a close call, he also being e'ected
by a majuril, of four. Thevenerable Peter
Slack. In the Third. John Hoppes in the
Fifth, and C. C. Fried in the Sixth were
elecled by safe, even, large majorities.
The ticht In the 1-ourthward was a des-
ip rate one and resulted in tlie retirement
(on bably im nnanent) of WillS. Thomas by
Captain Jame-A. Dicu-, by a majority of
In the three renninlng wards the non
liartlsans elected their men w ithout excep
tion. The story of the straggle in the various
wards I- told in the following returns:
Council SlorrI Tehan tC. 347: Wm. II.
BleeA-F. 3.11; Charles E. Thorne P., 16.
Blee's plurality. 4.
Board of Education John Cox X.-P., 47r;
Jo-eph It. Drake I'., 9. Cox's majority. 4M.
Asset-sor lliuton Ijimtiert A.-I ., 4(0.
Council Mark A. Smith K.. 331; Samuel
F. Breekenndge N.-P. and P., 330. Smith's
Board of Education John Sterritt U.,
31-; A. B SpieluiniiX.-P. and P., 345. Spiel
mau's uiajurit), '!'.
Assesst.r Jo-eph narrison IJ., 319; David
C Webb X.-P. and P.. 344. Webb's major
Council Peter Slack, IL, precinct A
340. precinct B 212; total. 552; Elbert
Finch, N.-P. and P., precinct A 276, pre
cinct IS 130, total 412. black's majorit),
Board of Education Clarence II. Kay,
U . piecmct A 344, pricinct B 247, total,
5H1; 1- Mver-, N'.-P.. precinct A 214. pre
cinct B Hit, total 301; C. W. Neal. P..
precinct A CO. precinct B 2ti. total frO.
Kjj's majoritv Ibl
Assessor W. S. McKinney. H.. procinct
A 343. precinct 1! 244, total 5S7; A. F. Poy
sell, X.-P . piecinct A 212, luecinct B 107.
total 31!i, Cjms B. Kissell. P., precinct A
03, precinct B 25. total SS. McKinnev 'a
Council James A. Ulcus It.. 645: Wil
liam b. Thomas X.-P., 365. Dicus's ma
Board of Education William F. Bevitt
IL. f.37: C?orge Weigel. sr. X.-P.. 374
Bevitt's majoritv, 263.
Assessor Jteph Baldwin It., 640; II. F.
Welch X.-P., 30J. " Baldwin'-) majority,
Council John J. Hoppes IL. precinct A
317. precinct B 103, precinct C 253. total
CsO; E. K Jennings X.-P., precinct A 252.
precinct B 131. precinct C 154. totil 567; K.
W. Ytazell P., precinct A 72. precinct B
33, precinct C IS, total 123. Hoppes's plu
Board of K.tm-ation -It. F. Bell IL. pre
cinct A 2ss. precinct It 97. precinct C 247,
total 632: T. F. Bond X-P., precinct A 279,
precinct B 143, precinct 0 193. total 619; Ar
thur II. Aleinder P. precinct A 74, pre
cinct B 29,precinct C, 10, total 113. Bell's
, j.ltiralilj IX
, Assessor Wi
Assessor illiam K. Calhoon R, pre
cinct A 320. precinct B BO, precinct C 263,
total 674; F. M. Hughel X-P, precinct A
254. precinct B 15S. precinct 0 181, total
39J; Joshua II. Smith P. precinct A 72,
precinct B 27. precinct C IS, total 117.
Callioon's plurality St.
Council Chris. C. Fried R-. precinct A
2S3, precinct B 350, total 603; Fred La
Hue X.-P.. precinct A 159, precinct B 161.
total 327; Flavius Davis P., precinct A 15,
precinct B 43. total 3. Fried's plurality.
Board of Education Oeor-ra TV. Winger
11., precinct A. 376, prwbuK B tu, total
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A 16.1, prccincj. B 173, total-337; Henry M.
Oldham. P.. precinct A 17, precinct B 45,
total 62. Winger's plurality, 313.
Assessor W. IL Clark R., precinct A
Wi. precinct B 371, total 658; F. O'Brien
X.-P.. precinct A 155, precinct B 174, total
3-J9; James I). Cadwalladrr P.. precinct A
1G, precinct B 50, total 68. Clark's plural
Council Long term; Joseph U. Xdson.
R., precinct ST, prtclnct B 337, total 331;
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John JIcKeiina, X.-P.. precinct A 228, pre
cinct It 2'J4, total 520; A. C. Hammaker.
P., precinct A 3. precinct B 64, total 67.
JIcKe'nna's plurality 1W0.
Short term: J. S. I.ew)Ien, R.. precinct
A U2, preclct B 252, total 344; William B.
Green, X.-P.. precinct A 22S, precinct B
280. total 514; John Mr-Coy. P.. precinct A
2, precinct B 5U, total 61. Green's plurality
Board of Education Henry S. Schaeffer,
R.. precinct A S6, precinct B 233. total
339; Uarman Krauw, X.-P., precinct A
237. precinct II 20, total 517; J. B.Bell,
P., precinct A 1. precinct B C:J. total ...
Krausss plurihtv. 179.
Assessor K. X. Tihbetts, IL, precinct A
55. precinct B 245, total .133; James Qulu
lan, X.-P., prwinct A 211. precinct B 251.
totai 515: Jacob A. Curtis. P . precinct A 2,
nreeliict B 70. total 72. (iiiiulau's plurali
KIlllITII W villi.
Council Charles Mickle it . precinct A
249, precinct B 75. total 324; Fred J. Muier
N.-P., precinct A 249. precinct B 105, total
354: Samuel Kindlelierger P.. precinct A
14. precinct B 10, total 24. Mulct's plu
Boanl of Education T. C. Stretcher IL.
precinct A 213, precinct B 77, 1 z.; 320;
Charles b. hVifsnidcr V -P.. pr i -2A252,
precinct It 121, total ;73: .L. 3 5.arris P.,
precinct A 17. preeimt I! 1-s " ,VJ1. Keif
.uider's plurality. 53. " 'a
Asses-or W II. Wi' ."'precinct A
259. precinct I! 6S, to J: C. M. Lee
X.-P.. precinct A 211. Mnct B lit. total
352: W. II. Croves P. precinct A 13. pre
cinct B 13, total 26. ..ee's plurality, 27.
Council Edvvaiii Schmidt IL, 205. Dan
iel Berlew X.-P., 400. Berles majority,
Board of Education J. J. Snder It,
236; William J. Troy X.-P., 319, J. L.
Xitchmau P.. "A. Tm's plurality. 113.
Assessor C. II. Peltoii IL, IP9. D. T.
White X.-P, 399. Leivis Scudtler P., M.
White's plurality, 210.
Assessor J. I). Woods IL. 225. K. b.
Kauio X.-P. and P 10i. Wojd' majoritv,
Peter Slack is vindleattd.
Springfleld is hi rself again.
The Fourth ward will hereafter be a Jo
nah for the deni'icrats.
Pismire Thompson tIII ha-, his name ami
address left, but little else.
The ItiU'i'iiuc's preliminarj predictions
jeterd.y were Ji!gularly- acnirate.
Will Thouus iiisistetl jesterd.iyon acting
as judce of liis own election. lie can now
act as coroiier.
If the .Vcir Eni hail only run another
week Thompson iiid h;s purtj would hai
sunk out of sight.
Oliver S. Kelly said last night that a man
never knew anj thing about himself till he
came out for otlice.
ANiut the only thing the Times had right
tliis morning in the way of returns was the
cut ot Oliver S. Kelly, served up cold from
Have you felt the edge of the Bepub
l.ir's little hatchet ? And have vou seen it
in front of this office. It Is tlie greatest hit
01 the day.
The entire city re-mrtorial staff turned
out last nUht ami helped the Tlmts get
bom this morning. Charity and fraternitv
" "Iwavs a characteristic of .great journal
There were thirteen scratched republican
tickets against Telian in the First ward;
and these slaughtered a nun who-e fealty,
devotion and work for the party have been
During .Mr. Kelb's ieecli in the Arcade
last night an Im briated Individual back
near the fountain kept jelling. "Hurrah
forthe gray horse:" It brouglitdown the
house ever' time.
Uncle Jimniv John-on was aching to bet
somebod last night. Hecan come as near
calllnir the turn on majorities as anvbodv
in Sprinefield. And his money has a deep
bass voice and speaks with certainty.
There is tlll a Thomas (F T.) left in
council, capable of making an excellent
presiding officer of that body, under the
new order of things. He, was the only re
publican saved from the vv reck last jear,
and consequently the only v eterati on deck.
Honors to ritnllual (ilhhons.
Rome. April 5. A polyglot acade Inhon
of Cardinal Gibbons was held ) esterday.
The exercises owned with a triumphal
hymn anil chorus specially composed and
conducted b) Rev. Francisco Borglii. TMs
was followed by a Latin address from Rev.
Mooney, Chicago; solo by deorpe L)ons,
Boston; Italian address by Frederick
Booker, Albany; English address by Rior-
dan, Baltimore; concerted piece, Orenuis
Pontihce Xostro Leone." by Rev. Francisco
Borglii; "Star Spangled Banner'' and
chorus and French hymn by Henrv Xewey,
Xew York: final chorus, ctmposed by Rev.
Cardinal Gibbons at under a canopy of
purple velvet and crimson silk, tlie walls of
which were festooned. Among those pres
ent were Archbishop Carr, Bishop Keane,
Moiisignor I. Smith, btoner Campbell,
O'Brven, O'Coiinell aiul Corrado, Major
Huntington, Henr) Casseli and Mr. Gerry.
Cardinal Langeiueiix was present a short
time and congratulated the students. At
the conclusioit of the eiercists Cardinal
Gibbons, with marked emotion expressed
his keen appreciation of the tribute paid
hint, and said the tribute came from the
students' hearts, from the hearts of the
)oung, tilled with sincerity and devotion.
A l'litrliitic Amrrif nu Mlnlsti-r.
TAXi.thiu April 5. All expedition fur
nished with doc'iinents tiom the Sultan's
minister and Lewis, the American consul,
started on the work of arresting usurers
complained of in Joan Predecarls and tlie
re!ea-e of prisoners detained m tlie Lariach
Alcazar for debt on alleged American
claims. Lewis publicly cave his agent In
the expedition theAnierican tlag for protec
tion and a document demanding the imme
diate liberation of everv prisoner connned
for debts due eitlur American citizens or
proteges of tlie consolate. Tills action will
undoubtedly assist in the complete destruc
tion of the infamous s) stem which has
grown up in Morocco, whereby Usurers,
having by various means, corrupt and oth
er, soured the protection of different for
eign consuls, succeeded in reaping fortunes
by driving hard bargains vvitli natives, and
then, by virtue of their ofllcUl standing or
influence, collecting the last jeuiiy by tlie
most rigorous methods.
strike In llostoii.
Boston, April 5. An extensive strike of
stonemasons and their laborers and mortar
mixers in this vicinity lias ben inaugura
tea. i lie oujeci is 10 ooiain nine nours per
day with the same rate of wages as paid
for ten hours.
THE SPRINT, ELECTION'S.
Statement of the Fall Vote at Oiacinn?ti
-Mayor Saith 596 Ah-ad--The
Democrats the Third Party.
I.tt-i-tluii Tm1.i In Oitraiii- A V itj Ileal i
Vote (irr.it ICrpiitilirmi tilirlii
"dlililcim rrnlilliltliiii le-
tr.iti-il iu lltnt Mntr.
II7 the Assuclateil l'rss.
Ci.riNNri, April 5. The compleb
i mint of the vote for mayor esirda
shows; Smith. IL. 17.903: M.itson, I)..
11.931: Stevenson, labor, 17,367. Smith's
The pluralities of other republican candi
dates areas follows: F. W. Moore, judg
superior court. 2,030: T. F. Hnrstmanit:
citv solicitor, 1,510; A. F. Bohrer. tre-.i-
urer, 2.siV2; J.A.Caldwell, judge polici
court. 3,949: J. C. Schwartz, proscut.nu
attorney oIice court. 3,430; Emil Itehse.
clerK jIice court, 1,925.
The lootings for councilmen and mem
ber of the board of education show that
the republicans elected thirtts?n councilmen,
twelve members of the board of etlucation,
labor party, nine councilmen and eight
members of the board of education, while
the democrats elected three councilmen and
two members of the board of education. A
curious t.ict Is Ih.it the Third, Fourth
Xuieteeiith and Twenty-tirst ward-, hither
to strongly democratic, and the Tenth
Eleventh. Twentv -second and Twentj
fourth, strongly republican, were carried
yesterday bj the lalor party.
Tlie Aii)i)iitliiilif llefr.tteit in Mlrhlcnn lij
h Ismail Jlujurllj Hit- Urpi.blUnu.
Di:Ti:oiT,ApriI5. Returns from the state
outside of the larger cities are very incom-
Ilete as to the vote on the prohibition
amendment. The Ercnlny JnuniaV rt
turns up to 10 a. m. indicate that the
amendment has been carried by a small
hung, republican. Is elected to the su
preme bench by a handsome majority
Campbell, republican, is probably electe
iv a majority of one-third less than Loin.
and the republican regents have been sut
cessful by majorities between tlie tw.
judges. The country has gone strongly fi
prohibition, but returns are not jet sufli
cienily definite to say whether the conutrj
has been able to wljie ouj the majorities
agittnst the am n tueni rIieil ii. .. the
cities. The probability this moniingwas
that the amendment had been carntd by a
small majority. The s.iariis ametidmei t
lias been defeated. James McMillan, chair
man of the republican state committee.
savs: '"The republican state ticket is elect
ed by 10,000, and that amendment dtfe.1'1 d
by about the same figures." At 10 o '
this morning Prof Dickie, chairman of
prohibition state committee, claimed i.u
tlie amendment had been carried bj 3ii,v.0i.
Later figures materially change the result
of tlievtrteou the prohibition auienciment.
The ErQifjj! Jfciinutrs furnres iiuw sluivv
9,060 agaiLst ameniiment, and it Ls uullkely
that tills majorit will i-e ovwci.tue.
Nntoriiois i:iiRIl.li Tiller Caotnriil.
CniCAf.o, April 5. Ceorge Skidmore,
who Is said to be a notorious Eughsh tluei,
has been captured in tills city and was ta
kvnto New York tonight by a detective.
Skidmore is wanted for the robbery of
S. Lainore. a London merchant, of .C30O
and a collection of coins valued at as much
more. The coins vv ere contained iu a si:
ver casket, and about 460 1 Bank of Eng
land notes were found on Skldinore when
he w as captured here. Skidmore is said to
have committed the robber) September IS.
while in Lamore's employ in London. He
came to America and pent some time in
St, l.ouis, where he visited Maxwell, who
is awaiting execution for the murder of
Preller. Maxwell and Skidmore are old
Republican -twerp Toledo.
Toi.eix). April 5. The election this
year is a practical revolution in this city.
The republicans have elected their city
ticket, strongly democratic last year, b)
majorities ranging from 500 to 1,000. The
democrats have made astonishing gains
in the city council, last jear republican.
The boanl of education, democratic, and
the police board, republican, will utidergi
a change In political complexion. The fol
lowing is the city ticket elected by the re
publicans: Mayor. J. Kent Hamilton; so-,
licitor. Guy W. Kenney; police fudge, '
Charles L. Kennedy; prosecuting attorney
of the police court, George W. Humphreys,
police commissioner. Vincent J. Emmlck;
trustee of the water-works Carl Schon,
trustee of cemeteries, Frank J. Scott.
One MflnTnLrn Out Drml.
S it vcrsE. X. Y., April 5. Whi'e
workmen were excavating for the walls of
the Kennedy building. In west Water street,
at 10 o'clock this morning, a cave-in oc
curred. buiying four men. One man named
Murphy was removed after a lapse ot 45
iulnute, dead. Three times the rescuers
reached him when fresh earth tumbled
down and burled him. Three men were
taken out alive.
Tear that Mie Is Wrrekril.
Xew Yoiik. April 5. Xo tidings of the
steamer Salerno, of the Wilson line, lave I
been heard since that vesstl was spoken of '
by the Elbe, on the 27th of March, in a
disabled condition. 600 miles from Halifax. ,
In shipping circles there ls some anxiety j
for her safety, but at the ofuee the agents )
express confidence that the Salerno vv ill '
teach some port in safety.
Tour Colurt-il 31unlerers IlnngtMf.
Columbia, S. C, April 5. Xews has
Just been received from" YorkviIIe an
nouncing tlie lynching of five negroes there
at 4 o'clock this morning. The men mur
dered a boy last December who informed
on them for stealing from the fields. Tliev
were brought to Columbia some tune back
for safety, and went to YorkviIIe) esterday
Futnt Holler llxplosion.
ClN'Cix.VATi, April 5. The boiler In j
George Crawford's saw mill, on tlie river
bank below Mill creek, exploded this morn-1
ing. It was thrown high in air, and falling
crushed a shanty boat In the river, instant-
ly killing Mrs. Lizzie Grant. Her husband ,
, 1 n...- I.. )- ..... r ..... I
auu liei iiioiiici-iii-itt--' --eiu uub ,. ic-v ircfc
away, but were unharmed. James King.
Jeff Vangenlen, Lewis Ehret and Matthew
Asher, emplo)esof the mill, were all slight
The Klectton, Tixlnj, in Ctitrnco.
Chicaoo. April 5. The day Is clear.
Reports from nearly all the wards indicate
a ver)" large vote polled. The contest lies
between the republican and latwr candi
dates, very few prohibition votes being
noon fully one-half and in some
wards two-thirds of the entire registered
vote bad been cast This would indicate
that the total city vote will reach probably
- 1 73,000 and possibly 85,000.
Great ribbon tale at Ehrenharfs milUnery
store, Tuesday and Wednesdaj.
AM) SILFC I jIIMJKLLVy.
riieuew Tuxisloand "St. George" Par-
Windsor bilk Umbrellas, jold, silver.
Ebon). Celluloid and nature's wood han
lles reh.vlile gootis and moderate, prices ;
Mourning Parasols ; Children's Parasols.
Xew Xeckwear and Kuchins in tho
Xew Kid (.loves; CentimeriKid GIo-.es ;
'.loves ntteil to the hand.
Black and colored burahs. evening shades;
exquisite colorings iu burahs and Silk
Xew Dress Goods ; look at our line of
Xew Check Suitings; Heliotrope, Cadet
ind other new sliide suitings.
Xew Goods opening every diy now.
LATEST HAT OUT,
Both Gulf and Lake, frevh caught,
dressed and delivered on short notice.
Don't forget we keep fresh Oysters.
CH PRINCE COFFEES!
We told you about them last week.
Try our choicest 1 iolden Hio. our Old
Government Java, our extra quality
of Mocha ; they cannot be isjualtd
in the city. We have
OLIVES and OLIVE OIL
Cotton Seed Oil for cooking purposes.
Xew York Cream Cheese.
Edwitnd Pine Apple Cheese.
Fresh Vegetables and Frails.
S. J. STEALEY & CO.
10 AND 18 KXAT I1IGIJ STKKKT.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner Welt High St. and Walnut Alley.
HIarV Book Work and Legal Blanks
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
'SHOULDER and BACON.
PURE LEAF LARD!
For Family Um.
W. Grant' sSons
16 E. High Street.
-A. OOOID FJLFLML
SnltaMe for either Dairy, Market,
Gardening, or (J rain Farming, con-si-tincof
SO acres, sltuitcd seven
miles south or Springfield, near
Snringlleld and Yellow Springs
pike. TERMS EASY.
YELLOW SL'MNGS, OHIO.
Mnrcli 8, 1887.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
OrERATlTE DENTISTTRY A
No. 9ji E. Main Street.
Dr. Frank C. RunyanJ
VBoomi In Bneklmcham'a BulldlDr.orr-
JVMarpnr A Vto.'iSton.JW
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