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VOL. XXXIII NO. 266.
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PRICE TWO CENTS. JK
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rtM REPUBLK IS AJORITT. 11 F
"V"3 9 fa.
A candidate for the English
Parliament once was wont to
"electioneer" by greeting
voters with "Overjoyed to see
ycu, my dear fellow. You are
looking well ; but what a
shocking bad hat you have.
Here, take this five pound
note and get a new one."
NOT AT THE WHEN.
Those voters didn't get
their hats at The When, for
no one could say, "what a
shocking bad hat" of any
head covering that came lrom
Noi would it take five
pounds, nor yet five dollars,
to get a good hat there. Low
NOT LIKE CLOTHING.
We do not manufacture
hats as we do the clothing we
sell, and hence cannot offer
you the same advantage. But
we can and do offer you the
advantage which comes from
our purchase of vast stocks of
hats for many stores. Hence
you can buy the same hat
cheaper of us than anywhere
else in this market.
Try us for all that is going
in hats and c'othes.
25 and 27 West Main Street.
Glace Cherries, French ;.GIact
Apricets, French ; Crystal-
ized Strawberries, French.
Crystalized Cherries. French.
I) K PEN A BUNCH
Layer Ondura Raisin, Cit
ron, Lemon Perl, Orange
P. el, Frenrh Prune, Fits,
Currants, Peeled Peaches,
Unpeeled Peackef, Apricots,
Bixikbetries, Pitted Cher
rief, California Almods, Tar
ramm Almonds. Buckwheat
Flour, Cape Cod Cranberries
JERSEY SWEET POTATOES,
Cocoa Xuts Spanish Onions,
Malntra J rapes, Jamaica
Urans -, Sweet Cider, Hom
iny, Hummy Grits, Beast.
The finest lot ot Crackers ia
the city. The nboTe goods
are all new and fresh.
J. M. NIUFFFR.
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE.
Hew Fall Goods.
w BncfcwkMt Floar, Xw Sweet
-TidT.X 1 pie at olawr, Hoarj,Xew
M Tk--ei, large, tatwd cheap, w
CodB h, xtr flap, Xew Canard
nd Eva -orated Frmlts, Jersey
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
GEO. A. D1EHL,
73 AND 75 EAST XAIN ST.
November 9, 1887.
E DOORS, 55
- SASH, "2
Era BLINDS, or
OIL CLOTHS, E
5g BIRD CAGES, S3
FINE CUT AND PLUQ.
Incomparably tha Bast.
"Tell 'Em to Stop ! !"
That was the Cry of
When the News of Fo
Grandly in Last
Governor Foraker Suceeds
Himself by a Majority of
And Perhaps 30,000 is Not
Too High-Dungan Concedes
the Legislature to the
The Buckeye Knight Seriously
Considered as a Presi
And His Chances are Dis
cussed by a Council of the
Party's Eminent Leaders.
Rousing Ovation Tendered
Governor Foraker at the
Capital Last Night
The Sunshine of Day Dawns
Upn the Night of Polit- '
And Ohio U Onee More Immovably,
Etenully RpobilcnA Re
Special Dispatch to the Republic.
CoLUMiirs, O , Nov. S. AH the election
returns received by the republican state
committee up to 10 o'clock, indicate repub
lican gains In all sections of the state and
that a strong tote has been polled in all
counties, but at so early an hour accurate
estimates are almost impossible. In Cuya
hoga county, republican gains are shown,
andtbe same holds good in Ashtabula
and other northern sections.
The greatest interest centered in Hamll
ton county on account of the reported dem
ocratic gain through alleged union labor
and democratic coalition.
Private telegrams received from Cincin
nati indicated at an earl) hour that Hamil
ton county was all right George U. Fox,
chairman of the republican county commit
tee, telegraphed to Chairman Cappeller
tbat the republicans would carrj the county
This estimate was accepted with a reser
vation, since politicians here were inclined
to believe that later returns would cut
down republican gains. Returns received
here were compared with Foraker's rote in
A telegram received from Murat Hal
stead, at Cincinnati, says tbat tliirtj-one
precincts show that Foraker has gained 500
oter the vote of Mat or Amor Smith
last year and that while he he has run a
little behind bis ticket and Powell ahead.
bas a majority in thirty-one precincts over
Powell of 950.
All returns received from precincts in
Columbus show good republican gains over
the vote of last spring when the demo
cratic major was elected. Indications are
that the republicans have carried the city.
Advices from New York state, exclusive of
the city, glte Grant a good majority as far
as heard from. Later dispatches showed
republican losses on the vote of Davenport.
The New York Trluunc predicts the elec
titn of Fellows, democrat, for district at
tnniej. by about 20,000 plurality in New
Foraker Elected by Almost Any Major.
Itjr Hamilton County Gives C.OOO for
Her Distinguished Son Wild ISrenrs In
Columbus Governor Foraker here.
Special dispatch to the Republic.
Columbus. O., Nov. 9 1 a. m. At
midnight it was generally conceded that
the republican gain on. the head of the
ticket would reach at "least 20,000. The
steadiness with which returns indicated
an equable gain, pointed to the
fact that 20. 000 is a conservative
estimate. The democrats at the committee
rooms of that party are ready to concede
the re-election of Oovernor Foraker by al
most any majority the republicans choose
to as.-i(jn. Gov ernor I oraker was at his
office from" 10 o'clock until after midnight
and was busily engaged in receiving con
gratulations from great numbers of callers.
His private advices from Hamilton county
indicate that it has gone republican by at
least 5,000 and a later dispatch from Mr
Ualstead places the majority tw
tween 6.000 and 7,000. Telegrams
were pouring in from all sections of the
country, the largest number, however, be
ing from New York state where the repub-
. . .
Means are jubilant oter the creat lctory In
Ohio. A telegram from James 1. leh-
mairsaid: "CoiiKratulations and Cornel
lian at jour maeniticeut ictory. New
York republicans w ish tonieli t they llted
in Oluo w here there are no mugwumps,
but where uncompromising republicanism
prevails." This telegram is a fair sample
of all others and expresses well tlia feel
ing abroad. About 1,130 telegrams were
sent to prominent eastern men corrorborat-
ing the news that Ohio had gone republi
can by a large majority. Mr. T.K. Powell, ,
e-democratic candidate for goernor.
was seen about midnight and asked
for his iews on the situa
tion. He conceded the election of
Governor Foraker, but said his majoritj
would not exceed 10.000. Explaining thi
he said that only strong lepublican cities
and districts hate, been heard from.
When the country returns come in ou
will see how much difference it will make."
Mr. l'onell was not in a mood for conver
sation, nor were the staunch friends who
surrounded him. At the headquarters ot
the democratic state committee the crowd
became disguted early and left for their
homes all evincing no disposition to den
that the state had gone overwhelmingly re
publican. Chairman Dungan also admits
the same as Mr. Powell.
The scene about midnight in thlscit
was one of wild confusion and hilarlt)
among republicans Hands were parading
the streets and bonfire were blazing on all
corners. When it w as annnui ced at
a strong republican gathering that John
McUride had probably been defeated for
senator in the Massillon district the place
became a pandemonium.
Eer)thing from New York indicates
that the democrats hat e probably carried
that state by a small m ajonty. Fellows is
undoubted!) elected in New York city.
Advices from Massachusetts point to a re
publican tlctory. In IVnns j It aula the
same result is shown.
A few uiiuntes after midnight a crowd
of thousands of colored men formed in line
and marched to the got ernor's office, many
having coons and other emblems of repub
lican ictory. Governor Foraker addressed
them briefly. sa tag that victory meant
that republicans bad resoted to vote for
honest government. r .
FORAKER'S FUTURE ?
The Wsws Growa Better ami Btter Chalr
man Duncan Concedes th LegUlature
lathe Krpubllcaii.-20,000 the Lowest
Figure What the Leaders Thtuk.
Special dispatch to the Republic:
Coll Mill's O., Nov. 9, 2.30 a. m. The
lattst returns receited do not materially af
feet the hgures pretiously giten as to the
Republicans closed np headquarters well
satisfied tbat the can claim oter 20,000
with perfect propriety.
Got ernor Foraker .addressed a crowd of
several hundred prior to bis departure for
bis residence and in nis speech repeated his
former expression on the result He
sajs tbat his election by a ma
jority exceeding 20,000 is assured
and he has authorized such statement to be
sent abroad. Seteral characteristic tele
grams were sent to New York gentlemen
and one of them to Whitelaw Keid, of the
Chairman Dungan, of the democratic
state executive committee, has wired all
the democratic county chairman that the
ticket and legislature is irretrievably lost to
the democracy, and that Governor Foraker's
majont) will probably reach 15,000. Mr.
Dungan thinks the statements In regard to
democratic majority in New York state are
oter estimated and that the democrats will
hate only a small pluralitt. As if to
support this view a telegram was
exhibited at one o'clock this morning
stating that the New York republican
league admit that the democrats hate car
ried .New York by a small plurality, but
the republicans have sate, the general as
semble. Prominent politicians from all
quarters ot the state are massed in this
cit j tonight and after the result was defin
itely known many began discussing the
future of Foraker and especially in regard
to the probable effect his strong endorse
ment by the voters will hate upon Senator
Sherman's claims for recognition. Nearly
all acrned that the result of this election
has wonderfullt aided Got ernor Foraker.
At 2 o'clock the receiving of returns was
practical!) closed, and beyond speculations
and a few facts and fagures nothing devel
oped. It is reasonably certain that Ohio
has gone 20.000 republican and perhaps
lite or ten thousand more might be added
to the hgures.
Uld Greene Hobs Up Serenely With Heavy
Special to the KepuMic.
Xema, O.. Xov. . Xenla gave fora
ker and the entire republican ticket a
sweeping majority at the election today.
In one ward Foraker polled 300 votes and
Powell but 7. At this hour it is impossi
ble to calcultte majorities, but there are
larceienubllcan gains. At Yellow Springs.
this count), the mixed school question af
fected the republican vote and caused a
reoublican loss of about 50. but the town
wentsolidlv republican. Jackson, repub
lican candidate for representative, was
wratched considerably but goes through
with a handsome majority.
He Kereives m Thousand in His Own
County, and Nearly Four Thousand In
Special Dispatch to the Republic.
Uiiiiva, O.. Nov. 8 Returns received
at a late hour from all the precincts in
Champaign county, give Hon. Thomas A.
Cowgill a majority of 1.000 in the county.
lie is elected senator from the Eleventh
district by a maiority of about 3,500.
A Woman Kills a Negro.
Khvv Out LANs, Nov. 9. A Tlmcx-Dom
ocrat Plaquemine special sa)s: Robert
Jones, colored, was )eterday shot by a
Mrs. McKay, who em ploved Jones's wife
as a servant. Yesterday as the servant
was at work, Jones came and demanded
that his wife should go home with him. ihe
refused, and Mrs. McKay appearing, Jones
turned on her and tried to choke her. when
she drew a revolver and shot him. After
a preliminary trial aba was released on
7i. y 7BF- BaBaBaV V CrsSbbcCJw BaV- J -
BETTER AND BETTER.
Republican Plurality in Hamilton Count?
10,000 -Foraker 7,000 Ahead of
Powell, in that County.
Vmrj IntereBtlng CoiimrntB nf the New
orlc Paper-Of vHitnd but ot Blaine
Will b Itrnomlnatrtl Democrat
Jubilant About New lork.
By the Associated Press.
Cincinnati, Nov. 9. Complete footings
for Hamilton county are not yet made, but
enough is shown to make it clear that the
republican plurality will be about 10.000c
E. G. IUthbone, republican. Is elected sen
star from Butler and Warren counties by a
majorit) of TOO. He mad a gain of nearly
1,500 in liutler county.
The 'i imo Shir, in its summary of tha
result in Hamilton county, says: "The
to'al tote was G4.S11, which is over 5,000
lets than in October, 1SS5, and nearly
8,000 less than the presidential vote of
l&sj. u was an election of surprises. The
republicans were confident of victor), but
they really did not anticipate such an over
whelming victory- The fact that Foraker
leads Powell in this county by nearly 7,000
votes, in spit, of the trade between the
democrats and union labor men. speaks
volumes. The union labor party, instead
of closely pressing the republicans or de
feating them, as predicted. lags from 15,
000 to 10,000 behind them, and on an aver
age of 5.000 behind the democrats. This
Is tha end of the union labor party."
The complete footings tor Hamilton
county show the following: For got ernor.
Foraker 30.0S0, Powell 23,417, Settz 11,-
0S3, Sharp 500 (not'fullr reported): Fora
ker's plurality, 6.591. 'Lieutenant governor,
L)on SO. 468. Coolman 19,943, McDonald
13,997; Icon's pluralit), 10.5.H.
The other names on the state ticket have
about the same pluralit). The highest tote
on the republican legislative ticket is Fred.
Phester, 30.7S5. Lowest, Copeland, col
ored, 29,074. The highest on the demo
cratic ticket is Oliver Brown, 19.
504. Tha lowest is Dowd, 18,722.
On the union labor ticket the
highest vote is Hugh Katanaugh, 15,000;
the lowest is Page, colored. 14,196. The
highest plurality on the county ticket Is
Geoebel (republican), for probate judge.
1.2,772; the lowest is Zmnstein (republican).
for treasurer, 8,755.
Ntvv Yor.K, Not. 9. The Times says:
On two Issues presented in this state, Platt
ism on the republican and revenue reform
on the democratic side, the verdict of yes
terday is hopelessly discredited,
g . I
leader he Is beaten by a majority that can
not well be less than 25,000, or more than
twice that by what Mr. Davenport was de
defeated when the Blaine men found It nec
esuiy to prote that New York could not
be carried by an honest republican candi
This serves notice on the republican party
that Piatt and Blaine, who for the time
being Piatt represented, must be given up
or all hope ot success in the presidential
campaign next year must be abandoned.
The Tribune sa)s: In the light of )ester
daj's voting it must be said that the
country reaffirms its verdict against Presi
dent Cleveland and his party. That the
democrats should have been abl to carry
the State Is due in part to combined oppos
ition of the prohibitionists and liquor
dealers. In part to the fact that
a larger proportion of the labor
vote seems to have come from
the republican party, especially in tha
country, than was expected, and in part.
perhaps to the republican discontent with
the head of their state ticket and with the
democrats on their city ticket. We see no
reason for republican dismay in this result.
The HlirW sa)s: The result of the
election in this state settles three points as
thoroughly as any political event can be
settled In advance. President Cleveland
will be renominated and Mr. Blaine will
not be renominated. Mr. George will rot
control the election next )ear. (irover
Cleveland is indeed a lucky man and James
G. Blaine may be said to be a dead cock in
the pit. It seems the German repub
lican tote very largely came over to
democratic side or with increased propor
tion. The vote has much more than made
up the disaffection caused by the labor
Theiunsa)s: Due credit for cohesion
and confidence, that brought about the glo
rious result of )eterday, should be given
to Grover Cleveland, whose manly and
sensible letter was as timely as it was wie.
The llcnihl says: The elections are a
complete triumph for the administration,
The victory is along the whole line. We
cannot overestimate the slgniticanc of this
verdict in its effect upon national politics.
Whatever the faults of the democrats in
the past, they have fairly won bacB public
Ai ii m. X. Y., Nov. 9. Tracv Andaui
is elected to congress by about 2,300 ma
At Ravenna, O , the trial of James Rob
inson, one of "Ulinky" Morgan's pals, was
set for December 1. Morgan's attorne)s
have been given till the close of the present
week to file afBda Its In support of a mo
tion for a new trial.
The commissioners of tbe District of
Columbia will not grant a license to sell
liquors to any grocery or provision stores.
Hullelln From Cliutrman Cappeller For
aker 23,000 Ahead.
Special to the Republic :
CoLUMnus, Nov. 9. Chairman Cappel
ler, of the republican state committee, at
noon sent out the following bulletin : "For
aker's plurality will be at least 25,000. The
legislature is republican in both branches.
This is a great victory of republicanism
over the sectionalism of the solid south ; of
the purity of the ballot over fraud and
forgery; of the wise and economical man
agement of state affairs over reckless ex
travagance to all of which should be add
ed the personal popularity of Governor
Foraker, and the brilliant and remarkable
campaign that lie made in the state against
boodle and the influence of the national
What the Tribune Sajs.
Special to the Republic.
Nttv Yoiik, Nov. 9. To Clifton M.
Nichols : Nothing new this morning. Late
returns last night indicated democrats carry
Nw York state by about 1S.00O.
Powell Carrlfs tlnntcomrrjr.
Dvito.v, Ohio, Nov. 9 Powell carries
Montgomery county by 149 votes. The
republicans elect a senator and one repre
sentative. Preble county gives 250 repub
lican majority and Miami count) oter 1.000.
Chicago, Nov. 9 A Hammond, Ind.,
special says: A daring attempt was made
last evening to wreck a passenger train
near here. Some one broke open a switch
on the Midland Central side track. A way
freight running ahead and on time of the
passenger train, dashed into the cars on the
side track, overturning, the engine and
wrecking some fifteen M-lwentv cars The
engine was burled beneath the cars. The
train .jDrnl'Wvtjl thentseltes by jumping.
Tl. .. .1... ...... a 1 j Aim., sitn nnA Ha. I
a crowded passenger train be-n on time the i
loss of life would hate leen appalling. i
Fireat Uaveuport, Iowa. I
Davem'out, Iowa, Nov. 9. The main !
building of tlie Soldiers' OriJians' home i
burned at 4 30 this morning. The building I
was completely burned out It was in-1
sured for 522.000 loss 530,000. The cause
of the bre was lightning. The occupants
got out unharmed.
MiNNhtPOMs, Minn . Nov. 9. The di
vision has carried by a good majority in
Dakota. The principal opposition came
from North Dakota. Local option carried
in most of the comities.
A BAD CITIZEN.
F. C. Iladley, an Alleged Notorious Horse
ThlrT, Arrested This Morning.
For a couple of da)s Detective Murphy,
of Columbus, has been in the city and there
has been some speculation among the news
paper reporters as to the object of his visit
here. He kept his own counsel, how
ever, and not until this morning was the
object of his mission disclosed. Between
8 and 9 o'clock he followed a man into the
postoflice. and after the man had receited
bis mail Murphy stepped up to him and.
tapping him on the shoulder. Informed
him that he was a prisoner. The fellow
made no resistance and readily accompan
ed the officer.
The man's name is F. G. Hadley. and
has been sailing under the name of Mr.
Franks. He is said to be oni of the most
notorious horse thieves alive, and it was
for horse stealing that he was arrested. A
horse and wagon whkh he had stolen were
found In Ulrienour s liver)- stable.and a few
days ago Murphy recovered in Columbus
a hore alleged to have been stolen by Had'
ley. The detective has been on the fellow's
trail for some time and has tinally captured
him. Hadley resides in Jacksonville, HI.
The detective took him to Columbus this
Among- the Merchant and Around the
Sqnare ot llusinrss. j
Mr. W. S Grim is now book keeper for
the Home Steam Laundry.
Gugenhnim. the hatter, is selling
styles in all the fine brands of hats.
Try the White Star laundry office and I
works at 76 and 78 south Limestone street.
The republicans bad a parade this after-!
noon and are feeling "pretty well, I thank ,
A party of about thirty from this city
and vicinit) left for California via the 1. 15.
4 W. this morning.
Hohl A L)on are scl'ing fine groceries,
both staple and fancy, at the comer cf
Mam and Center streets.
Messrs Nitchina-i A Rhine's nf w bakery
and restaurant at 58 south Limestone stieet
is opened for public favor. 'Igb new firm
has just put on a very handsome deliver)
wagon and are building up a good business.
What Could fie Hare Meant?
A remarkable incident occurred on
Market street, about midnight last night
An Inebriated indlviilual, whose appear
ance Indicated democratic proclivities and
ignorance of the bath at the same time.
staggered past Kidder's restaurant shouting
"Hurrah fcr Tom Powell !" What could
he hav e meant ? Who in blazes is Powell ?
Iniproied Condit on or F. C. Goode. Esq
Frank C. Goode. esq , passed a much bet
ter night last night than for some time,
and there are increased hopes now for his
recovery. A professional nurse has been
placed in charge of the patient and the best
li now expected.
Regular communication of Springfield
I-odge. No. 51. B. P. O. E., this Wednes
day avening, Novembers.
It L. Queisseb, Sec.
Commissioner Joseph Chamberlain, of
the British government arrived Monday,
by the Etruria. lie comes to adjust tbe
fisberiea question with tbe United Stales.
The Mitrntuc lit public.
The IlFrum ic l receiving compliments
and congratulations from all sources today
on the very excellent edition published this
miming. Our news covered the eutire
field covered by the larger cit) pipers, and
oir returns from the cit) vt ere complete
a id almost so from tho entire county. As
to results and majorities the public could
get just as Intelligent an Idea of the situa
tion from Hi n m ic as from any morning
paper published in the state, the only dif-
t terence being mat our reports were ies
The Urrrmic was on the streets one
hour in advance of any other paper, and
the sales surpassed an) thins ever experi
enced by any newspaper in this city. 1 his
is ample evidence of the high regard In
which "the republican organ of Clark
count)" Is held by our citizens generally.
We thank the public for this tery genei
ous appreciation of our efforts, and assure
them that the Kkpliiiic will ahvsjsbe
found in the front rank.
No Material Chan: in the Uepubllc'"
Ficurrs The Oftltlal Count Toulsht.
Later returns from the county come in
very slow ly, as is shown by the table, in
which a few corrections and additions have
been made since the morning extra. There
is nothing to indicate a material change in
the UtrrjiLic's figures. T1.0 oflicial count
will be held tonight, conducted by Clerk
James H. Kabbitts and overeen by Squires
Stout and Breckenndge. The full oflicial
returns will be published tomorrow.
Auditor O. F. Sen iss, who is an expert
tn election figures, states that, despite the
facttha'tTfir mridhfliim! the ticket, Hon
George C. llavvlfns recelv ed . more totti'
tlian allJ. ou0 ,)f the C0UIlty ofheers.
TheBucke)e club will jollify over
grand result tonight
I. F. MeDnnslil.Kx-Catidldate for Lieuten
ant (Sovernor, Talks About the situs.
A representative of the Reitbi ic met
Mr. I. F. McDonald, ex-union labor candi
date for lieutenant got ernor, this morning,
and asked him how he felt oter the result
of Tuesdays evectisn.
"Oh, I'm perfectl) satisfied," he replied.
"I have received no returns ni)self, but
from the reports of the morning papers 1
learn that we poll a very resiiei table tote.
In fact I am encouraged to believe that we
can)et take a stand among the great
parties.and 1 am ready in the light of lass."
"1 set. that )ou ran ahead of Seitz in
"Yes." said .Mr. McDonald. "I received
a considerably heavier tote than he, and it
was altogether unexpected, too "
"You reall) expect to keep up the fight,
"Why. certainly, we do. This is the
first time we uav e v oteil as a party, and we
did well Now, what I propose, is to go
on and do still better, and it will be on!) a
short time before we are rt-cogmzed as a
big factor in the political problem."
A BRACE OF ACCIDENTS.
Earl Markh.im Worsted by a lltizi.Haw
Brakrninu Houston' llauil Mt.tird.
Earl J. MarMiatu, a workman at the
Springfield Collin and Casket companyV
works, met with a painful accident til's
morning. He as operating a buzz-saw
at the factory when the hngers of his right
hand were caught bv the saw and badly
lacerated. Dr. Miranda dressed the injury
and found it nectary to amputate the
middle finger. Tbe other lingers will be
saved. The accident will disable Mr.
Markhain for some time.
John Houston, a brakeman in the I. B.
I & V. ) arils, was disabled this morning b)
having his left hand caught between tbe
deadwoods of two cars. The wrist was
i mashed badly, but Dr. Miranda, who
! dressed the injur), thinks ha can save the
Hard en the I'relers.
"I'm tired." )awned a Ri.pl iilio re
porter in conversation with olfieer Nicklas
last night, "and 1 won't get to bed before
"Vats de luajter mit )ou," growled
Nicklas, "you doand know vat it vas do be
dired und all proke ub. I,oog at me. vor
instings. 1 vas got ub Moonda) mornlnk
aid 10 o'glogk, und I vas ub all nide
und all day doday und I ill bo ub all day
tonidejet Dots de kind oof a lad) I vas."
The same can be said of all the peelers.
Ilrnkeu by n Fall.
Miss Anna Morton, a well-known yo.ing
lady living on west Liberty street fell
from a ladder )esterda) afternoon while
clearing house and broke her collar-bone,
b 'sides sustaining internal injuries, which
may result quite serioiislv. Miss Morton
was at the time of the accident Just recov
ering from a severe illness.
A Good Appointment.
Commissioner Raw lings leaves this even
ing for Chicago to attend the National Ag
ricnllural convention. Governor Foraker
has appointed Mr. Raw lings as the.delegate
from the Sth congressional district of Ohio
ta the convention, and it ma) be remarked
h're that a better selection could not have
Wlttriiben; Woods on rlre.
This morning the woods about Witten
berg college caught are, and lest serious
damage might be done an alarm from Box
19 on FernclitT avenue was turned in. The
Westerns responded and extinguished the
When yon want good coal go to WbeMoa
k mkiui, urana opera noose.
Old Glorious Clark Re
sumes its Place
And Strikes Again Its
Normal Pace !
Proclaim the News
with Booming Gun,
"ChA Ulnn U II Dit4
She Writes Upon Red History's
Almost Three Thousands'
The Town Sweeps Grandly
Into View and Leads the
Dems. by Thous
While County Precincts Not Less
Great, the City's Tri
George Rawlins Proudly Bides
tha Storm Which Drowns
AbfkTs Insen-ate Form.
Last Night Proad Birds or Frerdfin
Screamed la Chorus Gran1',
' Be deemed ! Redeemed !"
Clark county and Springfield Republi
cans did tbemseles undying honor )estei
day and rolled np an old-time republican
victory tbe heels of the bitterest, hottest
campaign in (he history 'of 'the county or
kifr.-;. , .. ...... "
f At ine houryfwhftfllhflflslrying wrtlien
3 o'clock a. m. complete returns have
b-en received at the Ri puiilic office frcni
all the voting places In theiity.and t'.vent)
sixoutof the twent)-nlne precincts in the
county. According to these re
turns the total vote for Foraker
In the city Is 3,797; Towell,
2.440. giving Foraker a majority of 1,351.
This will be found almost absolutely coi
rect AH tbe county precincts are in bi t
Siuth Charleston, of Madison township,
Pieasant township and Tremont, of Geru.cn
tiwnship. Not including these, Foraker's
majority In tbe entire county is 1,931. II s
total majority outside of the city
will therefore reach about 2.3C0.
This is a splendid gain ovir
the election a year ago when the re
publicans carried the city by only 179 and
fie entire county by 927.
The predicted scratching of George C.
Rawlins for representative proved to be
the thinnest kind of a roorback and Mr.
Rawlins ran but about 200 behind lis
ticket This, considering the vulgar, vit
uperative and relentless campaign waged
against him, is a handsome Indorsement of
Clark count) 's brilliant youug represeutr.-
The entire republican county ticket Is
elected by an average majority of over
Nor is this all. Mr. II. C. La) bourne,
the Republic's esteemed corresior.d
ent at Lagonda, was elected councilman
from the Eighth ward by a handsome
majority of :57 over Victor D. Grimmer,
democrat Mr. Laybourne's good sense,
his clear-headedness and his staunch and
unswerving fidelity to his party and his
constituents wiil make him a decided addi
tion to our municipal legislature.
AT THE CRAND.
Walllrk's Cattle King Parks the Grand
LaslMght andUlvrsnlatUrartorr Per
formance Sol Smith ttussell Saturday
The Grand opera house was packed last
night from pit and dome, and the audience
was entertained by a good performance ot
the "Cattle King," bv J. H. Wallick's com
pany. It had been posted that the
returns of the election would
be read from the stage and
Stage Manager Mower performed his part
of reading them quite satisfactorily, but
tbe telegrams were nut of the same political
complexion mat made up the audience.
The hobse was quite democratic in its ap
plause of the telegrams and also ot the
clever parts In the show. The people who
blled the Grand were well pleased and the
performance may be pronounced a success.
SOL SMITH RUSSELL, IS BtWITCIII I.
It is doubtful if tbe annoucement of an)
attraction of the theater, no matter of what
nature, creates any more pleasurable an
ticipation,orenjo)sthe same well-grounded
confidence In adv ance, than aol smith Rus
sell, who presents his new farcical scream,
"Bewitched." at the (.rand, of Saturday.
Speaking of this new vehicle for Mr. Kus
sell's eccentric talents, written for
him by E. E. Kidder, it is generally
claimed for It. tbat although this talented
author bas written all of Lotta's newest
and best plays, and many ot the funnier
skits that are now having successful runs
throughout tbe country, he has rarely, it
ever, written anything as a whole so novel
and bright as "Bewitched." When it is ac
cepted as an established fact that Sol
Smith Russell Is always competently sup
ported, an idea may be had of the quality
i,f tha Jmtertalnment wnfoh la in sirira far
theater-goers at the Grand next Saturday I
4S AJiD 30 LIME T0.1E 8T ,
Hive now open a nil IJ,,. f
Lilies' Quilted Farmer Satl
Ladies' Satin Skirts, black ami
L lilies' Cloth Skirts ia seat
and quiet styles.
i.adieV Flanntl 'kirts.
Ladies' White Knit Skirt.
ladies' Striped Flannel Skirts
from $1.00: also,
Skirting Flannels, plain an
fciuuroidf red Skirting Flannel,
calortd and white, and many
otht'r desirabl- prods.
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Genuine Camel's-hair shirts
and drawers at 51.25 a gar
ment don't need much ad
vertising to' sell them. But a
word about Camel's-hair in
general: It isn't dyed wool,
nor dyed cotton and wool, nor
yet all cotton, though all three
makes have been shown in
Springfield as genuine.-Camel's-hair.
el's-hair is just what its name
implies, and nothing more or
less. We believe we are the '
only dry goods house offering
the real simon pure article at
$1.25 a garnfent in all sizes.
Gentlemen, if you want the
warmest, softest, cleanest and -
most comfortable underwear
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"Look at our Black Russian
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Hare Mutt torso cents, is the
legend which greets every
customer at our fur counter,
and they usually look. W
want everybody to look at its 14
Full line of Muffs, Boas acd-Jj
Collars in Beaver, Lynx, Moa-
key, Otter, etc., at dry goooVj$
prices. Splendid assortment
ot Blankets now on sale ; alK
wool goods at the lowest
prices in the city.
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