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6 Apr 1891

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6 Apr 1891

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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Cincinnati, Ohio '    --.I'    i. lip THETIMEWTTAB QOW INTO THE H0MK8 OF THE PWH’LP^ WHEN KVHKYIK)DY H Aii TIME TO READ-Al>VERTISERi< HBE THE FOIXT. m 12 ORN'l'S I’Ell WEEK. ^SkcFnÑÁTI. MONIXVY EVEXIN'G. AFIUE O. 18!>1. SINGLE COPY 3 CENTS. m I JU m « workor. w»» loo    'o    !    M<^hF»n'í TkM wcrF f«< it' ilecUrwl u> be rr;:«r.!r«    ¡    ..    .v. h.- t«ik lo <«i‘ i '••'1 ThE ELECTION. lleimblii'anH    to I'veryOiliiRF ^ Ntnv c H AII r I; n i v ha fa< k. me p<ii»>-v "wii- "I” ............. .    ,    ,    ;    1^, i,of ,j,„ Niiilh WHrrt 112 »ot»».out of Tw,f    Ilu.ler •inti    buuo    '    [X'r>»inVon ..I :Y-I l.i-l »^en ,->Hed »i IK.ll» of I’recmrl    ¡o,,    •    ,    io:lO ». ni. Tim w»» • I'ibt »«o and ibere over I to 'bviMoti of lb*    ,‘P    was .very liule .xi-iu.i.eni^aboui ilie Ml» 1-^ X 'I’ I ^ A. """■    *'7    ,• II" j!i,!l l„u lobi J H Finnegan, ti.e well known conlraclor. 1%.^ Thev were af,.»raM by U.«    *'>“    lold    of    tl«    poll» loni.yeon. Several .Irank-^n men wrre near ibe fe.Ua In Uii» precinct wlilclr in rated rlial liter eitber iarrte.1 l>)>Ule!l    , tkii Uie '.If-atHtri 0Í a few    a    walk-over/’Am    aoine Gne or Leo    a..l.j^t, n.    tbl»    l-,;;i-A    | .^'^^í^rbnten n, ibF '..recinrt, Kl-en- be bongui    b;    - i:;,;;:;'rorK.tn'T-t n.r;urd. '75 j I ilM)»    .    ', t i Ce a »ign of viciorv. None of tlieiu were ‘ Klath Wartl.    ,    wi nn* to bet on l afel for niayor. Imw yer I ihrrewi|.i.onM.l-t«Me laik of the Iri<1»    ‘    ‘    ........... I voW M-r.ttcl.ing la.H. and it waf iouini,*-. ln»l»iice« ¡ m-.ilelie.l. tlie two tickeu are «l»mit eren willi exception of Slatiery and Hbntiu. INecinci I I» polling o be;t»y, rrat [Kickei ...    \      ^JL.i clainied tint ibere were few nepni'Ucan ticket lioUli-rt ill aonip |.reciin tnii an earl v . hour, but tilia waa wptn atieude.1 to. It ] out 0.    ..■«'•.'C*'    IlT.OH , Notenilver wa* 2A'>. lll.toin >» ri'PortC't |    Urnim-rniir    Honiliinnrtrra.    ¡    - i Ñiiead III tlii» preciiicl while llonhain l juat    li,,nnKr«Üc bea.lnuariert, at Work liol.lii g In» own,    _    ....    !nie..“ hill, were very bmv UP till •*-■■' the WORLD’S PULSE. Thrrrtia from All the Foinp»»». i I-,;r.,d"o.    '    i:::;’;,    r    ''.ivi;.”;:!.' SrvcHtrrnt h lir*H7 voir in the “old ri.iatd-*'' warda hill H wn-i -¡ liiiit'e<l ili"< ,im.-wcalclimi:, tvn« neinit doi.p iind TafrI waa pplliiiK the if it. ’'I'lte loain ti)t1il aeeine.1 10 he There i* a liesletl religloua-political war in (>ri'gre-« t|i i^uei* c I’reiident (ioni|ier« orcaniartl a trade» aasenibly-al L h; •sill Wis Tiiomaa Gitrlield. hrollirr of the hiartrreti I’reatdenl.ji» dying at lih bonie near Grand Uapíiie    ^ Miclilfin vote* ló-tlay for a itiaiice of liie ' ‘ Siaik Spri ng Overcoats OUR PRICES THIS WEEK. $10 ScvcHtrrnlh.    i    -t    of    il.    Tire    luain    liitlii    aeeme.1    10 hr, ,p),|pin vote* ló-tlay ftir a iiialice of preciufl I' »l T,:30 wai verv quiet, Of 3'.W |    pf    vliBT.ckri, and I'"'    ll >*rd : qm.mti. cotir.l and iwu.rrKPiiU. of the S reciiiered •‘I ha.l vole.l. Thvb e>*eiimi 10 ,,| l erldaGon It waa de<iBrcit lluii H-kah, n„,y.eriul>'    ^    J- he i Imle ¿'.rmcliing Ui farorof    '    wouidAfry    tltf    NihUi    hM    Woward    Hqn;4- » ^ p,,muertell nickel iactoril ha» bée» íkHiiit of I,i^l»lation, ,    '*    !    b.-c)    ili«    1    weiity    wireiiHt    warUr    ,    Lc„vereil    rfear    I’roria,    111, add Ihiee yo iTreinei f wav qutel. aa uaual. Ihia niorn-J    ‘    : contarkcri jailed ' Wl.linii    I    ■»•'.»    e-'a    ..... II .ritmun IP runniiiK ahead f"r corporation i.iiiiiael 111 tiie .NTniii wnrii. Tafpt ny No NIenna Holltl In the- <*rr-riiAii Warda Mo.tiy I'oruca Alie»<l _ir<wa.Mii«n a niK Siipld.ri HomhihI Uonclaaa* Hoin h-"* A iideriak liiit -Tt.o Ma'uy Ih.árd of T-mÍplatiot. Flghia Snilth «n«l Sailer I-o<k Horn-' hci-iioa ill ilio Fourih-The polii iiiM-ncd lli' iiiorninK uinh-r akiee ruftkointU d«rk and U.rr.tenina and attnn*i iirr> cofdili.tiia eiuH anddiaayrre-able enoUB to warrant tlie ctneral r«-mark. ‘ Dennn ratic weatlirr " Lavr -I'-re wat% brigl.te-.Tnit -f thf-e ro iditmoP. aiid at no ilnie. dn'riug the f'TT»'’' war it 8t.i.arri.i lhai riiiu-r ude in tl'c preal cont.-»l kr b-y otile waa «|Kk.I«íI v depreved. Indr. d it on developed that there w.a iMiU'oal rim. de rrminaiion and Rrneral enllio..-.»vm vmi .*»( the roirri iNiiil.llew tlie m w ri.arier ll.a’ h* tnlked and writieii .ili.oit new plmtea of > U}' K ivrrnn.pol it repre arnia, waa ihf <;»' «> of thii evident • hr.^k-loa up" of lb* rank and hi. of tlie, two part tea (.If ifiiirae jiiit wiiich party lia^ Um ad-vaiutci., aiKl bow initci*.f h'*t ■> c early ni.pareni, even will, a 'vn^ t to and caipful In real IK*'ton ar a ii.ajoriiy of ihe t p.. Inn in a Gv.  .......... At rreciini A. o« Court near Main. Al’ dir wai f. iliid in have been -uTalched ■ r «..'riiian Itpimoftean» fof Talrl Chiiy llh vpn-i had been •tal?»'*    ,, ' I'rrrinPt 1! lli »oie< at .U ..(• H Itur.l.al ami    Fi.ev    *trt    huckir-t I ere for Ibard of l.p^utatnr.. lldey .h-()af=.% lie will .ead hi» H*pUhliC-n oniKJiient wHh ;K> voter,    '    ,    , I’rccinci <■ Mosliv ve«t|H»id(et (icVete V,.ml here    p.“ :»t'>t;2 Mam. p.-mo. raf* were huiilme 10 get nut rr. rv vup Pr. .aitdt I.» I in v.uev »t !' il.ere^ w.iM.me Vra :oiuu of    t    <'* r-l Sixth «ireet.    _ I'rn Iiifi E- li'el war ahe»d of hia ticket, Í with li*f role*at» 3it I been .'-rrenlh, Thiiir' were a gm.d .leat mirediip in the »ond i.;d SrVPlith winch ItaG i-iiira. Itiriier J,*H fur lU. oivotil point. I’rrcinCt A is | 1 lore. There foil 111', a g.asl tion.v t.crni.m , 1 1- .,,utd . an* Who declared thev were volnic | ' Í ir Tnfel, ami the vole at 1» I '- war '2-*.S and 1 aljfnd ul lh,.i of ia*l fall. HonHiiian waa ' l.Mgiug wel; aliead. Geo. Scl.alh *mi uard H. I'uihotr wre airiiggliiK for ltoar.1 ,    ^4 lot I., fuiaiion. Gvorxe i» a iiirewtnne., mud. and toe    known    mo»icinn and hn* p rn ill ■■■oonnl fur'ereial otKiv Heiiuh- iii’ai. r.x-'ciMiee Uin-ci.aM denied that lafel wa. ya.umc n.HMV I'-tmhlicah v.i!.--,    ^ p.nuni't U had U'i yotpi, «• l'>tafei can.rvl Mime T.ue* here over M..-tiv i-f..*.,,,, ! r_H..rMi.ian was gem;iR Hcmo-Cr.h. vote» here, .jti.erw1«e Mu* ticket- were voK'd ur iiRiii. fal-l w. - .fpmut, to be get-i In.c -mie Toiea of i.erv uial Kepublu-an n ace». That Moshv ie    more tl.aii    h.-lduix    1' ‘VrVi ir.ct    L reported a h.;l.t *oU=. wifh iloratman »eeim to be runuHHt ‘ kr    j    to    o’,    lot    k.    Matter»    were    lively )ior*T.‘.    t    — I ) • \\i.rf i'iiViTiikii Hriünsu    no    to    v*it^ ::and fn.t«.l    .hat w.me «nr bed voted loa III '.be 'rw.>niV.S'yenlli aard. wnt.e lluwji Tenth. T..e voUT* of III* Tenth ward turned out ve.v dowdy, rio» war.1 ie anfcly Uepub-l.j upt á Jiiiitiher of t'ol Taf.d’e .■murade» „remii ». tnK bU'K Idni on anouifr .if hi» war r.-.vrd apd nidicaiion» poiivt m ho run-mil* u. I.imi ni-^ li. kei here Hnnuniaa I» rm.umg far aliea.t, h.nl tlo ro la ¡i d. ter-j.nn.d hgitl b'ing m.nle for tlie Itoanl of leiji-lnnun with od.is yligliily in livoraif K.u:n;i Ij.e Hei.iihlicjii. vM her “lie lli« ncseiM,"'111 ■.tniiflit. I'rniuci .V at »:10 o'clock hnii caat 11.• Vote!, luit .'•( (I re T'tr.iti.m of ^’.U-i Figntfor f,>rp..r«ti»n coun’'*el. willi lUo^Uiia i ulieaif. l‘r.-. n,. | it. !< a;i VotM lofi, rfRiHGatnm •jt'.i • l.m.e^cratchiii*. fre< ■ Cl'■. » 2i>—Votee 114, regiatration •'.72. lair- very nuici. =«:ra'ci.ed frecimt P. Í» iT Vnier I'.G recistrntion 470 .\loihy ami Klatner bei;i* acrati lie.l. I'reeinrt F..dt I'f Vote» 137, reKmr.itioi; iaei .-il.iiierw-. .“tcbed. Prwcmt i r, ;i f.’. V..te» li'i, rcgiiiratioii 27n Tafel a'id Kislner <* r.il;-lied. quiet. ---------- 1 111*. fpioH:!!.' <d    rcgid.'red 74 had ' carl TOU*. Ti.e.4«i w»» acraicldnB at the la.ti him of the tiev*l hi favor of IVi.Kini, for ni.-igi? ira I e, Idi V*ii! 'er a at r.O|ih ter 1 icaci •war lietn* vou-U than *elliTallv. Preciiioi ,li anowe.1 J.’kl v uer . a»t at ■ 3 a In., Willie til. reglatiaiioii»'; sal T.ifel a. Ermaion’a and Sa)der’*irien.|i wera liard al Work h?r>.    , K.igIII cent h. In the K’ehteefith w.aTd the vole it lifht, with M..hiv an.l Hnrriman rnnninf- ahea.i or the tick-t. .\t tlie t.corge at reel enuiim hu.iae tJifre taconri.leranle nCralctiliiF hem* (iom- t.v the liemieratr.    lieiine crane randidutc for maginrate, win. live» m *Vi»- ....... .    „    .    yoUiHT A»»..-..    “"“Xui M» H.4.,    ...    ..... ,#,„tin* atiamat .Lidg* bv two ikvv» lutioe. ^    ^ Iheir friendu an ---------  ^    . j l.riueiou. Tlic reamn is itmi they ilain^ j lliai Uie'ju.lge in manv caaer did not lie-lievelhei; I. iiiinouv ar ttRairirl ili-at of the p.irt #r nrrert^d, who were tn w.me car-r I túfoiM. and K»v itb.in life worai qf iMl"'* I sli.i'vGnx itie iM»rti. i to com» '‘af *. on 1 tlipi. boudMiien. Many pltl.fr* an- ver.v ‘    ' oil ai.’oUnt 9Í the judi!*’.» «Víi'.n. «".I are atupg In ibfir work to-.i*v ayaiiis'- fdtn.. AND f,\2 will; buy Itanyb'ifTit* Satln-fan J, l.itflU'Wi'iyhl Tnp ¡ (GKit-., with silk sli'i v" lininiis ■ —Wi-ltoiis. Ch.'vic;:,, H.in.y Lflt-.ns, &... tor yovin; me n and .irtdut ilrt'ssrrs, ,Tu>rt anJ medium lentfth;.;.    you ?2 te inon oiitsidr.of oifr Iv'vjse. Ffcil. craiic randidutc for niaginrate, w1h> five» m    ,    m'Silt Ifar c »tr< ■ t, wa* arres this ivar.i. wOl tea.i htr tickel. In lTeei...-t 1    f.,r    v I , 2H7 Wen F.mrtli aireel ttiere la .-onrid_ ,    |fr    Vol.sr at Frc er.iiile rcraiclim* hemi: done m avor oi    Allloc ocV Morhv ,\l I'reciticl |l Morhy lllld Ih.rn-man are rei-eivhi* Ih" bc«! <ti liif rratclv in*. Tliir.N alro Ibf cn»c al I'reetncf r at I?,'. .lolllt nri'el. Itie Iiemocratif ticket-lioider> are verv lukewarm in ail. the pre- cmcu ill iliia wjrd- Flm tloii OPrcinlcr. .Mftiieo. ■ iwei.iy-ei.oit vean nhl, t, WAS arresmi ili.» ioi.iling 'rccim-i F •.y.encoml wsel. .\l 11 o cm*k he pul in I lialloi, and id 1 o’clock cnnie ha»;w and niied **iim. He Was lfic»ed uf at ' en-tral miioii 270 .'latfi «...1 Msmer M r.riroeo.    I    IlemocraOi'    rlrontliol-l Prenf.ct G ;v .t:    V.iter 1I!2, reBiainilion i q.ii .Moenv ami .uliery hem* »cr«icheu    mif    ket.voimK    by    ' >1.. if. in* jioufia». ha»..f.einpled ao .■ver-.onie rre»l initural oddNbeinc .ri«v.adv mUreaunp Third TVard. Hr. Hendlr. lb éi-cmuier. wlfo 'a a l«wer in till' ward. w»« *lerdu“r rcpm.ej t.v the !ie«..Kratr a» not m.rkiii* anv light for bii ticket, F.xerufive Kaeaelm»». »' I'recinct It, »aid ll'»t ' •">    '’V tween eoo and »dp inaj.Aruy m tin- w.*r.i. To» Tl. r.l IS alwava H-m crilu- is ¡in oulv one n.pub1IC»ii pre.lnct. A At IhU P->U ll.ere weie Ibllvotee |h al K'3" A alow Toie. .sUtte.fy wa- 11,Oilman. Tafe'l gamed « few Kepubli.au ^TCectnct B had 2H vole* at mif.'i oulmf 4t.). rbe Republic.m' ba.l no one uh, for Hoard of iK-gisla'ion or Feluvatiou m tlie 'jh rd ward, and of courae Westerkaoip and Rehm will walk in Prwciiict * —Tbf cnmi.lami her. war that thwre were n-> Hemovr..itr tb Ket-i.oi.ien there for over an imnr Hut th^ wera »» thick ar Kana»«gr***'"’PPbO' 1" * reporter found a Kieat luanv German Ke-puhiiran ticket* with lafel’ iiofue Ilicr were 251 vote* al 10.50 here. Precinct I)-(<reck fo* IHiliea judge wa* Keltiugaotne pemocraiic ...lei hcr*= and Hlatterv w»a acraict.e.I ».>nie It waa re-jKifie«t lliat Tafel ran hchtml i.er- Precinct E Hunt an.l Hro dwav war un-imiallr quiet and (irticert ’ I/mg Jobh McCariltv and Js> k on bail hiUf '1" Very light Vote liere at 11 o-uipck, L.s. Good ueal of veai-p.«A"' '’‘“'0*. F'mirlli M'nrd. Tlie iamtiiir Fmirtli war.l wa* ar qnift to. lu.me. There were three lirsnnatii re*i-red and one Itimncii, and n wt.~ .-lamied tliai the T.-irrdfarf ha.l nnnie a wrunp chi'f k. They denied II . Ihriiiiail li- l pro'" •*'"< j... liad nol Tote.f, anil po*0'd off down to th* Hoard of Klectl ■ ■    i..    *ei    ln« wrone riKliitsl Braniuu .» w-il known jn ilir pr^ nuU ami can’t iimler'tAiid, how the Hurts' . could liave been ipede falei got aoine acralctiei from Moshy here. lUjthth. Precinct A Eighth war.i, at 'A*2 Wert Front itree', the vote waa light willi ..lorbv and Hrowii boldln* tbeir own. There wa* no *.r»u b*nr by tiie Republicaq». Prec.ucl H, at 1A5 W, Front, the vole w, about the ame *r Issi *ormg, with a latl* w raichmg III favor of M»»liv At iVeciiictst'aiid P-ilif V 'tf war liRht and the imliciithina are that Mo-hy will run shead of ills ticket. GonrHerab e Tr.«tdi' in* ir alao Uing done in f/vorof JiorMtnaii. MN Til. F.IsMrntli. Tbu* ii on Gvcr lue-Rliiiie ward with a Isfgc Germán |Mii»ii1ut.on It u nriiaiiv Repuhiicsn by a latKc nnúorilv, but M.ieliy i^ lwiiu; !«;r.iti be.t for Tai. i, ..»i>*fially bv liir older voter*, A rail ing 6glu i* on be I ween Joseph schweuin*i»e''1t., nmi (Tiarle* A on ». 11, lor llif Hoar.l of l.egiahGi"" b, however. c.>meiled by tin- Deoiocrais iliat Scliwenmger will be eic; terl •illl.ou<lf Amer w.II prol.abtv reduce hir imijonly hv 3*N) ;.r 4'Ai Horalman i-; betn* vole.l for T.v inrny lieiuociatr..and will be way at of loa ticket, riic vole i.r light. In detau lliingr are agfollnWi- Precmet A v..l< at TTii Viue*treet. total regiairaiion. 4ht to¿. «I lo:lo, 2!fi. Moshv Mider: In re. Precinct It--l.^sMcMickcll avenue, reti.v Iri.tion ;>ii1 vol.. «1 lO 'M IKO. cinci party Vole, wii.cii iiieanr Repohiican. precthcif 124 7, McMiekcn avenue, reg-nilrntion .W.’, vote «I Ul o'clock 18.. Tafel gttiji! here.    ’    . Pfecli^i I.' 2 \V..*i Mulberry ittwef, regir-iraiimi 317 vole at U:tO 171). Here toe lie-iiub'.iciMr are carrviiu: ihing* wiili Very hllie e.Talchm* hy eiiher >iile PrM-n.ct F. Mi-Micken imrt Cherokee Itraal. regisiratiOH .3.», vole al » .>0 1ÍW. Tafel gelling fin' hanefii of acralcbea ticket», llomiinau ahead. l‘r.Ainct F till Walnut aireal, registration 34:; vote at I4ii. Neurlv all atralgUt ticket* f.iing In here Col TuIbI ma>le Ids aiipearaiica al this votjin* place, bul wa* re-erived wr.h lid.leiiiunairwU'di*- H“ aeenied quite bo|»-ful. Bay 111* that frnm whtit helia.I g.illieie-i on Ills rouii'Tr ti.al Ihiiig* looksHl vriv fsvoral.le. Pr.-<-mc' G .33 M.-Mick.-n ariMiUt, regi: t.alloM 3‘)2 Vole ul '.I 4 ) Ki2. lafel gelling a few Repiihlii’sil vote*. Niupi«’«‘iit li. In tlie Nmetefiiih ward, which iv a stronr Iieniocratii- rirontliohl. Moa;«y i* rimmn* 1 here is • iintideruiile ..... |HKket.v<iliii* Py 'lie Iiemo<|iii* which IS isvor.ii.le to the Ifepui.ticunr,, Maiiv of the Irrdi-.Auiericun Demm rsir ar- o|.eidy w..rkinc (or Morhv to mayor and IL.raiman (or coriM.-ati.m eotinK-1. At I'recmci P., Fr..ni and Mit> ii.irsuiie of afluir» 1» more aniiarent than in the otl.er urecmci». I Ih-re I* no quenion loit wliat Mo bv and HorVi-inau wili lead iheir ticket lit u.i: wani. There le aim c.mri.lerabie ai'ralcliiipc being done m favor of lian. Hrown Tli.-y Kf'pl Their IMac*!» Open Flm-liolt Hll). 11.-rs were four arre*!* at i vmral am-timi lip t.i H .Tclock of *«l00iikert»ir.« for. V -1 ling the law bv keeping open llnnr Tnev nrr Augnrt Uiebrg, Iki.l Vit.. Ge.irge’ W Wo«lriill c.mr nesr Pun- Wm. Fr.ilteii. ."iixth and I'Inin. and MarUiv 8tumnoin Fiiih and ITum, I Hi ; D \V <»N W AI.l. STIIKFT. Nrw York Al-nl b Wall Street 11 A, M Al I’re. ioct 1) at r a m Hi vote» iia.1 been _    |    niarkn opened thu inoriimg cart out of a regi'lralion o( 2TJ Iherr    *    '    ^    ^    nctiviiv    m whicli    the wa-ragtKKldealof vnt lAe ket vuutig and    w,    , .1    tmrM 01    activuy iligiiil-rutchmg in fav.iroi .Mosby.    •;    UmMgo    t-a* »"d    M.*«t    were t o '^'rrctnci K w;u verv <1 net at 7 ,'J) a. 'n . ■ |, ¡,    ¡. ..j    f.-alnres.    s    Uhouiili    then    war    aho Jugniy-lour v.de* had l-eeii ca*t. hlle.lho '    u,,,    general    Hat    and    a rrR.stralion 1» .i2H 1 hrr« is «'"iqrt "‘J ¡    of    slot a* w r* tr*d. d m itisii mreicbiug. Till! I Ami.K.raiSc tici.ei,    |,p,    (1,* mrr;f^wii .le. uiediy course lea.l.    ..    ..    ,^0    ! ,ir.'.* m i..e earl'. .hHlmgVand atiei oi-eii- T.MJ-rekirlraiinn m I rennl h u. jn-,1 an i    ,,,snce*    . Í Iroiu; to ‘, p* 1 < enl lur- Up.to 7 4’- ikivoies ha.l Imen twrt. There •    I gsu.r wen- r.-or..1 over tl.r wa* a gieKl defll of rcrutcldn*. Iml wlio waa    wmir    i i.,>;a*n i..»-- Hurluiflon grtimg me wo,r»l ofj.i wa* not known. b'v two iKiy» Kiiigide. Mr», Jerr» ti.diio kdle.1 (Mti. ’’V^^iir in true .Mailá la«ldi n by    her with a knife, p-tlh tt'f^ialiai: Tliere ir a growmt- leeling agatnit Pafnell in tile l. idi NatidhHl leayin in Ainerma | lii.t a neuaatinua)' -.iiiniyersv’ is predicp d A cavern m'the great MiiHan limnei. e ghie. ii ndte* wert, ,o( Heieiia, Mont.. on llie Soriherii P.-icilic railroad, «curred vca-terdav moriimg. á , A d¡«é of inorplimc injécte.l int.! Henja-inin llumnlirey a I,miisvilie inrdieui »im ftept srttleAn* from 'delirniDi irenten», caiired lip 'lesllt -- Ihoniir llelTntr. a Ihuiver man. when found gniliv of nitmler in thew<-j.,iid .I.'-glee (of HlP.iiu; a Ct,iiismiiii, tried to com-inil nm-'idr hv i.akingarsertic. I Aiekamler. rhiyder, a m,ia.-r and herniit, wa,H mur.leri'.l a.l'l.u»ben, In.l., bv lie n* lul ! Ill the heii.t Witli a rluh. Two iiainp- yrc arferiKl for die crini' and one li^r <»n(ewied. Tiie :.aie u( tlie grval Ih*',aware iidiie, m Owen coiiniv, hlaho to a wimpanr of Eng-Ii*ii capitalisia.'nai tiren completed bv the drporilut tb- Hoiie Gilv Naiumul hank of I riie work of encloamg and recuriiig ilie ; grave of Gen. Shgrmsn al 'H'. I.oidr has loen finally completed, and me ndliury gurfd will ha reimivr.l i.robably during the I prerent week. I .fne rani of apentr of the Hominion gov> ¡ ernmcnt ij,i»>n li.vk.n» in Gte hope of m-duciii* jcilii-r- to omtgrate from that hlaia to Ihe ran.aitiaii NortliWesi has turned out igrandbUi' ^ I rj AND5lOwill;ll:0 V ^ I tUG'7, Cheviots, WititxJ:., Dre .>y I'Li'i'dbtlH, &•., tn the i;r;ii -ful Clu'terlH'LDi Ht,. Ln^ -rlh iit iiarmi'iits, ihdt’ woukl ■ list you ipiT tu $(,!; in any oth. r houNc in Cdni iniuti. $25 $15 AM pu'k Sic.tdki of hnelislt Hdx Cloth, Irapoft-'il (>hvvjoi.s, Corksv rew- ,    Bi    .til tlH- f.ishi'ihabte style and ii-t«ni m.iivner ut triininiiiy.. You’ll trnii ■•M11 rt'jiul.tr S iS .md $20 ^.trinentH. BUYS you an V    elegant    tuilor- made and eustom-fittinp lijiht-weijiht Ov.-rcoat; ultra .short and fashionable or ‘-oii.servatu e in style, a you wi.sh; smooth or roiijth taied goods, qiiiet or o;iy -.(ilor-., It as tine can be had -‘Licwher*-* in town, yuu’ll’.p.i> ip'5 tor it, minus' our excellent fit. ANb $28 get the- rieh .and JuAurioip patriVians - f the kx'fll here-r-perte. t fitting— ='\Ty styH.- ■ 'dperbt;armfnts, that'll hold tlh-ir ''wn in any -•(impanyaitywhi-re. Y<»u can’t tind their iNpual in any other hoiise in Cnv innati, and your t.iilor’d chaic'e -'<40 b'* SyO to ma,kv their ¡-^ual.    . ORDLH your Sprinw Overs'iat till A'lu'v. sei'tv these—our tomplet. stockv In-.lur unusual d.G-'s Ilf .stuut:-, slight: and extra (l.iroi-) si/. lA.-’re prepared to tit men vseighinp up-to tcio pounds, no m.itter how irregular in .hape. DON’T Vr K'VE -I a htshf.--nil h rhsii evi r trtr'mir iu.simptrtl.h ‘irorcnsis and iba grand Tt.K-ll'11 p’ruo- ibr initb <>l ..nf tUIAir.eiU. Mabley & Carew. ’New Y.Uk slock" HepoH. rumUtiíd ihc Ttar.-. -.»Rfty f A llItAPLET. Koom 17. fl»e • Hmldiii-.; (lav (I* tic niorl jmpulf r m.rii in the distrn I t,ad .I'-d aiHl me coixeii» rfmlved un*ni-moii.lv 10 Kive the d.:.-s-ed li.e preamre of SI, earihy rendMifl hv i.-mammg at h.ima Slid praving Tne Fourth ward is m aacn of aliitude nearer henveo Uian auv m li city blit in the npuiion of ili" r. vii.dO l.e-puhiicans Hi» llie (urflie*t removed fmn. n,st mip lily dctired t’l«e. .AlHhinirvlielng equal Ward F<iur will nrrnoiu a neat Drinocralic msjunlv of i :iOO, TiiH lime however ii loosed ilufiiig tlie morning hmirs a* Ihongh tjua Oolilblatl and llegan Almost Caiiic Id Blows. ¿ . Tb. •iMluin.U passin* off qiiieilv in the Ni„!u ward, cx.-ept in I'rccinci F., wluclc i,v Vhe wsv, ts me one in eliicti MoSesGo d-bisit il.B Ttepulilicaii candidate for Board ol 1 é¿i-:¿n..n, waard to nti. Uie *al»oiral \\>*i Viifh street. The aaloon. called ■ n.e iGiiner," was k.-pt. open contrary If wa* - leged. llli* morning and the )miire PY.i.imlets »taied, wera obUge-l to Close ,t upsimui lua. ro and pula cbsigc agaiiist til. proprp-t.ir    .. Aooui k :50a ni. tw-. of tl.e rundidatea for lluard-of l.errsia- bau a liveiV eiivfoniiier near lb* pnHv nl Mltli 'I'ld Walnut »lfeet* ill thlN prc , i,ci. (i d-Lilatt bal » ounilier of ward wi.. *fr*. woo It 1* «Urged were trying I" inure I, mnoiatf vmer*. llegan accused Goldhtait of doing d rtv wor k ami aaid lie wsa trying to rjuduct ■ a (air and quare cam-psigii GolUblait made some rcplr When Regan 'tiled lorn ‘a liaT.’’ Gfllcers llrenifemait and HaiiiiMoii wparatcd tlie loeti and .li-ipersed li.e crowd wlufli looked Uglv several pariiei aiandin* wHh ll.eir .lUfiii*  ............ ..... - ------7    ,11    th.-tr    i--’kei!    a:    tliou*li reaily lo fsmoii. l>em..rr«lic iirongbold w-.nld    j    (i.    Ei*ei,heimer.    jr.. during tlie morning lihurs wa< unali Tliiitocnlli.    *■ The 'Tiiirteenih ward iisually goes Uemm rrstic; but Ji fierce war I» waging for the lP>sr.io( l.-gnh»noii With .Schrauder away alieud. i.(fel If a:»', running altead of lr.-¡ lic.kei bere, and abniit a d.iMU .H-Klal l>em-t-cial vnie* have I.eeii ci«l. The vole 1» iigni li.roui'lioni li.e wnfi J’recim't A «' H' ln o'. i.ick Itad cast 17.'. vole* out of a po"'ii> -51'.. Tbu ptecinci I* sironglv Republiian, but Scnrauder 1» alie¡.d,    ,    ’ .wt Hrecinrf H, 1" H’-’ vole*out of a |Ai**ible 4e‘ The prei-mct Hcpublicaii with .'Cliiuu-der and I'afid running‘‘«liead PfF. iiic! ; .    I'i:¡ 7    I'l    vole*.    4 .2    regts- terF.I .sirong ITm.icrJiic, with lloniiman and Tafel uiieiiU. Preiinct H.    10 l.*>    1»7    vote*.    4iW    regis tered; lieniocrfliic, wiib Tatet an.l isclirau-mv al.e'a.l Vre'-iiicl K, H ou-li'i vote* '''G registered. May-go eillier wav, ua ll i* lleiiliK-ralic hy never iinire than HI    niaj    >rily.    lafel uipl S'hrander ar,-    niiea'I    liere, ami    12    .social Hainocratic vote» huve hee,, caat. eiit'. hat While ! I'lcagu i u. ch Uisiht w.-re siecjaily prnmiiiei.t I,    ; in -e iipiVJid movement, r a ng 1 * |»r ■ ,-,'iiiaiiil u ff*|ici'.iveiy    « At I’rec.nrt H lip t- !* A- a. m. the TOt- ; »cr*iched Gre^ in Kimslon'e favor and 'lafel in fuvor of Mofbv.    , '1 »voiii)-s*C(-.tiid. In rreciiicl I' li.e voin c w»‘ preltv liv. Iv, (If :««! recUilcreil IPl v.il."- ii.i'i 1 cast up p. H 'G a m-live in this pr.-cim-l. whicl. ap|«).ifed in be guing Htr.iiigiV ill Uieii favor I’reqcinci E aeemeil lo »li(.w a mile f»l‘ in* olT 1.1 vole* l.om lb*, mm.f ttmoun'. there i« It r...gl»trutum of l it. ami up lo -I. in. 1 :2 vole* lio.l been .a-.|. I’ln'if iva* ai»o cnli*id«rside-'rsii-nui* In I’reclln't i a '.I    ¡' ni there li.d Ik-oii 2»7 vote* ca*i 4V'. beiu- tlie rei'ia.ratirtn. i'liere wa-i lin e acral, hmg. bin it wa.* li.it known who w*s belt,g J.artirnlarlv buiU ITecinct F ws* lhon*lil lo be going liiK and half at !. .Y);. in I be regHiraii.m i* 4*1 Slid 1*12 v.il.-» na . h.-eii c»»t, wa- a llllle hi .Moibv's ( ivni. ai-K) for Kmi-lon'» i»4uetli and against bniim for Mavier. Thnre wer.', howeve»» two Weak *|hi(* in the h*i lliim.ie .1 cniral droj-pm* awav ÍMUU hw    I . AS and >.iem Nnrihern pr* leired «    i.nu whiie i aua.la nonihern all.. H lia.;tionai h>w. a.ivanceit 1 p.-r ceni Tl ' imiiael continur.l active and ... „„    r;;: mg    __ _.__ WUut t.raln U l>uluK. Ainil h. nq.eiiin* Wheat— t orii-May, '-n .<• I’nhb-l.ard—July.    '    ''    Iki.’ So. 2 wlieat, >l .y, $ld2^. No 2 corn. May I43c; Ju.y. May. .Vt'jc. Mcai i'mk, .M iy, Gun M.ii., yi • JnlC, H ’ HO 11 A. M Jmv >1 nr, U.- No. 2 i.Mi" w- ■ € N’. V l ime. % ■ * ■23 If:» . . ‘I Aiuer. ( 0 1»-4^:. .4lihjS"ll ■ a * '» * »Ihi- A. umh .■ -1‘ ; "M*»■ S Y I .-.lira.».:■I- :t t r M, i Id hi’*' < ii'-«* iV "Uio V i IM A l,»' k- !«■', 1» ■* l.is- * . 1» A 1: '■ ,,j. ore. '1. A*-- .V- > - Ktic i q. • >v 1 ro»' 4 , I’G 4* . 4- . r*1WnNkV i".»v 43 4.'-. ♦**V B"w j’ I, *.t 1 lUH !*• B*'. I'.',«iigaf ‘1 roHt'>' ,Bat-ih' Mail . .j3L1, -,e i-.intr lió';>10 ,ihi' 744».(.NaiH. ' •4>-Manhat'MU • J... . tuWWMo Bsctl'i' 1.7'^* "7’»' .sorioaeilrrii IIS' pr J(Mf« 104^New li.tia.i 1 Norttr |-«< Ml'-Vi.* ;;’S ir!# .J»' * ■«■lo ..rrr.1 ,,1 rl*. ' I' ^70',S'l.iiii Aui.-ri •> 1", I. ,isN V A.W liI.- ; 1.*.. 17'kl;.«oiTig - ‘, : , ‘ • ... ,1(.,. w 1-;:... 1 - i4 #.'*« 4 a ' « ' ■*M I'ai.lai a.t,■ ilvi r ' I r1 -u ( usJ '.it u .< I 1 iijiin l'a>.',li,'4 (»V,'4 h*, W 1 . 1.MMB. II' ■;i'4 ^1-4 Fancy Shirting Fabrics. 412 jnlv 41'2 Jn V 4.; v.f.Gi X7' |0 ‘L'v: J'dv. VI 27 laint, f-iiort .M'av, Vi tki; RiIif. .Muy. A liumlmr Man (iors Fp. I.ah. . I’l Anni K-lwar.l KUeruun. one of ItiC Ici'lluc luiu.bvr dealer* in Ihe Slate ma.ie an senaiibieiil pi day flit liahllltie» ara ( itmate.i si b< iw" ri 4.\    7    '    ami    gui (*o. i in a>»'-u .-.ool'l chii'ltv Ilf Imnbcrami r»nl . -late p. lliiF eitj Bint are tifll.-ic.l P. !*■ more lhr>n the a, !.p My sm ond inii;ortation is now reccived, making a most siijH'rl) cgIIci tiun. I hr Staple fRI^yCH PHNAM: ancT its associate, the /'- \ d7.AS7/ CIUiVA^T, are w. 11 rtjire-betrtt d, hut the choicc patterns are in th- O ¡ Li! AfAVR i5and the newer 0\F( p AS. l e*r I-"mis and Outing wear, the very latest lacries ;ire th,. * len-iiis Cloth” and the "Silk Striped Cambrid^. Cloth. L'nion :'.ptin Silk and Ihire Silk are also rejm.-sfiited in Choit>• l*attf'rr.;». ■\11 nf ih.'SG gfods arc free from the shrinking that has mad- h'lannel unpopular. ;\n early inspection is invited before the :ipring Kush begins. TWFNTY.SI.V llUrilllL aaav    .....r* r.mipnrcd to the r.gislfulh.n. L'n* thing P) admire alioul tin F-inrihwatilrrs ; llisl I lie iK-oplf • vot. her »ir«iglit,'' *f Gic av-llig grw*. They uick to ilr Uepuhlicatl ami Ihn iK-ni.HTi.tic li. keP wiili a .li-grcr of p.-r I'lfYi.e VVashiuKtnn l*»rk hotel on TweTib •Teel wi.o wa* Induced tn .'oiue out as an indc,H.|.d.-iit .-aiididuie fo/ Uie Hoard ol L*gidation, pill in an »!’. Iniggv in thir. wiir.l early in tlie ■’lorulng. .........r..“    O..J J J. My <• ¡7 ti,i.cily 1I..1 .« »    "I    i    ""•»    I        lor    111,    I.oi.i" I inrcnlli. The    Ftlteentli war.l I» Republican by about    ;i*)o vote-, an.l ilien- 1» everv imlica- lion of a *wee|dng vicimy l..r ibe same le    mj    ...c    ji,., rxceptmu u( "lie man. nn    apiieiratice In Ins    for ll.,«rd ol Legisiaiioii. It i*claim?d liy msiiv yoirrv IhaMlie scratch Anarchistic nr ao calie.l Iiidf|.*n.h iii m k.'t» lire quoted far lielow i.ar. Tlic usual I'-nn.-cratic inaj.'tilv will su 'er Irom iioin.-rou* renl.iVsG from each (ir-cinci At H o'clock I'rrcinfl A rssl only 177 voU .. on a regisirs-tion ol 4.34 The 1...^ - wrre voHnr siraigbi n* a •Iring    At H.e ?»iiir hour I’rc iiict li counted only 1»4 uni of a po«Mide 122. Precinct e wa* f«r in tip- rear wllii a siiowiiig of onlv 170 mil of Id Pf.cliiCl I> w.-i^ imlnsirj.ius and ran up •2141 with a total Ibi u( 37H In me re*i»lra-11011 h.Hlk» Precinct K »il» on III* crown of Ml A»t- am». It I* t'.e »iii«llr*t precinct m theciiv. Rui Ihe v.iier» were auiUltiou» «ml before U o'clock had pill up 124 vol.*. wHli only 7U v.iter* (0 lie.ir fr.un, Prrciiici F a( 11 o'clocx »howeu 22t vote» )K>ile.l out ol a liat of 412 Preciiici G oidv 1-) out of a p. *.l fiir mun.'v (or dunk but tp »*i«l he was a pew man in idiG    n'o“r>'. Hr u.ut the S|.rci*í..r» ihsi It woUhUie *0 thr h.*,l iiiiei.U-o( ihrcuixcm; of llie ward to M.ct liini lo idlio- lo .lay There were no (lirrr* bill »-mic ainiisemenl a* .Mr. hlt.-n-hroiirr got into hi* bnggv lo .Irivc awav wuhuilt unlniohing llm slran lied to a Thvrc i* coiupferalde ». ratchliig hem* done ill Ihi* prerim l Regan, for the Ibiar.l of !.rfi»laln.n, 1* geGlng Ueimbll.an vole». II, vole al 10 .41 a. m. was 178 out ol a rr.gr'rslhm ol 471. 'it - a preltv good vole,” rema raed the judge». U I* *«p1 itinl t'.e clialleiieera in thU locCrl wer» watching for on* or lw«i voter» al.eg .1 to he llle«*ill» regialered, but the Jmlge»*»nl ihev kiiaw nothing about it as there l.ad lircti lie aneiiu»» at llleg»! vot- inhaimer    |,„    friends    say that Berger w.iM get into tnuitde in it.f future I, L ¡Hajílcr ha* no opi*i*ilion (or Ibmrd of F.diiraimii. There 1* a full vote, and no »p-preheusloii i» '«if for Hi- Heputnican tickel. .‘leyeral proniinrnl |ieinO"rais *uv itiai Mos-bv will liave a big inajorilj hut llial Horil-limn will rnii w»y al.es.l of the ticket. Precinci llliad c-.*l lU'i vote* at in 4.1. Tt.e regiairation is :fú. an liurca*» over last fall. Tiiere i* no excilenient and very llllle actai. Iiing h,F    precinct    H    doing    wwH    wltfi    265    ,    ,.d nutoMW    _    h-eii    ten    V'    tea    Call,    out    of    a    regiairation «( ITfth.    440,    al    lU‘2u »• In ''It 1» an average vota,'* The tote In the    Fifth ward up till noon    (irclmed the Judgvs. was light except In Precinct H era» wrv    1    ‘ Thi» prrcinci wdl give    R»ean a gocl light. John H.    Kemim. who w ron-    ¡    msjoriiy " »wid ‘Poca    MctaHert. one of nlog agaliul Mike    Uiilh*n for tiie Ibiaril of    ;    the leading wori-er»    I    wa» onl by 0-W Hownnl Duiiula** Trying lo lluwii « Majnrli) (iT.’iOO. This ward embraces the territory below the top of Pro»|>ei-l hill and IDOSl Of Ml Auhurii. The hig tight here is lM.twe.n H'.ward l*ougl»*s and Frank Love f..r Hir lUmr.l of l.agi-luimn. . Ii .=- large,v Repuh- : liciii, tl bt uig necewiarv Hmt Uoilgi 7' snoutd get amiui Hir'-e huodre I Ropiildicaii \„;. a to cleci him. IL-wa* *e-.|i at on.' of th*» voting places thi-- niorti.ng, «ml while Pol claiinuig ibeelecmm left quite hop'dut of *uc<-es*. He W»* g.rining laigeiy in the tw.i f.reciilC'» .III tof. of tiie hill, .iMtt llu' pr.diabiUlie* ar.- llml Hie other precim-i* will aiicK t.»,melr Itepiibiican l.ove. M.)*t>y is iiol.liiig hia owo all tor.iugti Hie war.t Horslniaii i.* runmn* like wilii-,ljre all over the ward. Han. Brown ;v lieiiig scralthcd a little oy llie voiera on Hie liltl. beriatim. the vote is «-= (uHow* Preclnci A, 117 Auburn avenue, rcrisiration 378, v.Ur lit !i :k'i Hit' lids li Hie .iris-locraiic Ml. AiiP.irn nrecihci. and iilihougli nsiiutly verv much llepnldican will prob-ahlv lie farrie.l liy llowanl Doucia** if « full voie can he gotten .lUl. -Havler sod Hteveimon are b..Hi inollHng by scrsiclied btilh.la here. Tafel is gelling stncHy the fMirtv vole Precinct B, Price and Ringcold. regislrs-:122, viiic St !' IH7. Tliii precim t 1» TRY THESE PRICES. iOHNS'TEOT ¿'WELLMAN i.    i/i*i    I    4    ______ _ 81 West Fourth, Pike’s Building. SI/- ul'. Sl'vcnili iifiil (Vntnil Avenue. c-J I...I tl. rreale u sHr In tliU r.ither HiiHett'Oiinhlc wenllier, «e iiienllon aoiiie pri,. I I    .prrpUFn.l.,,,. V™ Ull pl-...,..    " Su thene IMh the priees are lit ever; e«He loneMliaii t(to«e inonfloned hj oUtei proplf, «ml . II innuy nise* AV A»>< > " -> • CAOTON! S’el« II incFss d inches, loll..wing    ■ot.ir»    l    ink ■ hrowii l.i*m GrsiiJP l,av.-H't«r    Biati. nnn . slmoh auu (IIS'k .    • I'ol    t u|i Nvl'. H" I'oher.    VVhil.;    Kqt *11 ihcht <.range Blue aU‘1 I’-Gck ...... Mik Fi-li N'4- ''b niche.    ..... I »in'. H u.-IrliH'd Hrri» .N* f-    Incoe»    _ * <    1,    tl .. k !.«■ ■ Homi.'inx *• l,..rc arvH.n'nl Bure rtlk I..hc7 Hre»» Ne^u p.'fiuh ti-.e* =*:k Hre»» Ijice* M!e. Carlin HU't I avi-ii'le» t.. Hon    •    -    —      .----- ,    ■■    ■'    .......... a’.so on to|.    of    Ho-lull, taking    111    im.sl    of    j cM 1 lot I’r Pre. ihcl t i* acratclung Hanjr very heav-|    |,iH,    limiglMsa    lagaintng    »hghily    : ilv, and con»lder«lile    itidignatiou    1»    fell    in    I    „„ tp,, rest ol    the HckelHie Kei>uhlic»n* »r« At    10    'to    181    votes    ha.l    lieeii    ¡    i,o|rf,„j t|,e,r    own Precincf    (’    fkW    .‘Sycamore,    regiatratinn 384, v.de at 9 o’fl.K-k ÍH4 Tld» i* Ihe pre-riiicl in wtilch both fhiiigl»*» and l/ive reside. There    I» a    large vm-pockel vote being Ceil, »»    li the    Case all over ihe waid, ami verylltlle scrulrldng going Hougiaa» U getting a    (»w Rejiuhl.cau vol»#.    » Prec.ucl ll- Mam and Schiller, regiiira- ^ _ _........... _ tioii 4HI vote at    IH4.    Tafel    I»    gaining    j    ,    ./.dren'. ...hl iaid t.iiir- ■    •    I    . ..    ,,Qlj lliuipl coii'equrn.....  .    -    .    .    .    . Crt*l. Tin» i* niiic.i heite. H.an w»s done la*, (all III H.e »»me lime. The regiitrali >n is 4.18, an exccn ul Y» votes over i»»t fall. Prec.ucl K ta d-.ing iia*lisre In ai.linrthe Repiibhc tn*. Ti.is haa .dwava tmen a Hem-(H-ratic prec.ucl. uqi la»i (all H.e Ref.uh-Inaiis gamed ll hv four voiea. At 10 30 tiita morning Bai vota» had been cast out of » rrglsirwiioi. of 4.W. Btraighi voles are r* feirte.l as being more cuniinnn ll.an ordi-danly llie nnlv w-ralchlng iiollcaabla lafor Board of l.argi»laHoii. IM£I>S <¡001». i Ultich ( >th-ml Hi». luixlurc» .............. i 4ii l.i' h ‘-. rcp l‘ial'1.. Isirc-: Hn.      ' i -Mto. n -.iiv-l I'UI'l* .......................... ' tl,.... I.I'lsi.u....... . ■ - „<I| 11 :,« < imd IVi.ilr h.'|.herd t h-"»* »■" G» rvdm- '1 Ipun *■' ' .ii.NVi i,uv in:i* \K1    I i 1 ...myie* H.irk Bill* ....... •' '¡Í'. } J (O' • na'n I’m.    . I Vici.oiM I i.MiL' (w.-relli I l.»r*'-' fF- .-nt *11(1 FH. rn.1 ll -.t Machine Oil. larce hmtle -•    He*! Ms. iii.i-- "11, in oll-.sii. rva.iv (01 ua.. h*' <n-"i Giil'l I'ai.tl Sc IhUIIc l«:.i dnni'l Moi« Hret-ilut; '.»• fwiule    All ...tors aim > ’ ni Mik « oro* (.Otd an.l Hll-. -r 1 nr 1* afi l I rsid. Heal I hres.l. .’ »-..no|» Hh Hcst WsFh KmhMhlcrjP Mik». 2 »k. in. Sc tt.-*i "s»li Kiiilo.mli-ri I iiien* ..■•11.» .H Kill.. Hesnilc»-. fire»*'■hli-l.li lOc Verv lu-si .S.vkrt l'lst*d i-slvlv Pm* ‘“'hB »l*eN in.'ihum -in.t l.rgc ..w P; l'hv.icltn» iskv (uiti.si.il »c..d l»r «s.ii(>lr of H.l- csletv I'ill f.ir I'sndseci Msr»helli l inen 'lt.r.-s.i 7c, 4 kpool* (or .'*    H.*>i liitport.-.l . rochet (‘oiion. lils' V. While. < r •sill. Kern Plu« h"c Orsnt-sipl ( ardtiisi. larit' hall lo. "li.-nial' mchd, Wacr.'ine. all the art iha ting» m»' ■' for Many m good houtawtle hn* ii*e.l whnt •he anppa.ed lo h. “PILLSBURY'S BEST" Floor will. uu»aH*ractnry re-tulla, whoo la rentlty shs ha* boon Ins. go sod upon with a boga* artlclo. EVERY BARREL »»d SACK >• plainly brandad with thI* Imilo-naih. m- ElEESi PliiS! Fliiesl lone, Im-hI work and material, «II fiill.i warraiileU; over    in iiHv. Mmlent'e I’l Icch aud Faaj Tertu». I Ijirgr ttKHorlniciil at nUAIMN'ii SiM'Tf I Al.. ninp BpEBillVA .*•••*        -    • Uir-.BUUon, I» nol rimkinu tn nctlv# UnUi ami on lhal account m# BHercH Ug*. Ther* 1» s'lme suraiclung ami Mullen 1» o‘cl..ck. Hud ll.e.e hay» been five men h.ihh | ing ticket» for Regan lo on* (or Goldblait. Jmlg» Ermtloit i« runnui* well In Hna pre even lelii.j* R. pul.Bcan voles. Hor»t- ' c iict, hm ' Harry G.ildnlhli, U.a bnr^her man H ruuniiig violl for corimrallori couii- | of Hie Candhlaie #mild not lr*at some of *..t 'fafet is being alighily aoraiched (or : the bovaiu Hit* prcchioi, sod Hn y tried to gel him int.. an cmpiY rtH.iu on =.ourt n.e vote in -pi^liict A al noon waa 170 airee». drcUnng H.al ili*y would ahul him i “‘irosr»..     ... „I m. I....,    I..    r    .11!    '    *. II; I”'*;."    »' p III IMo.im.f a regla ram.n of ?'*** la'r Iratmn of 45. It 1* h..rd lo tell l.ow ll h >'    Ty -*    .    .    I*    .    in    »n    ..    .»*    IH7    fiiil vote, 'iV. Precl.ml Hal 12.10 p. m oiH of a reelairation ul 337 ; hgl.l vota In 1 re-duel E rtf ooi of a rrgWHaii'Ui of 32p; light note A runaway aiK.ul Hi »■ livei.e.l liia monoUn.y al the poll» •" * ra-duct D Secon.l and Ludlow. A iiorse attached lo on# of Frank I'nria-walir’a cigar-boz wagon*ran away, lireokliig lb# spokaa tu a wheal and causing aome ex-»tl*meoL Jobu Evaa». a Hsiuocratio ward enlug.’' »el I the ohalleiicrra There Is a heavy yeti-.HM'kei vnte, TUGp,H). precinct ¡II which RIih nl.elnier, 11.r h*dep«nd«nt cand.dola for tt.e Btwrd of Leglslaiiun, llvra, but l.u wuh getting few voir* ami liad (•racti. ally given up Hie tigbt before dinner. A (lecullarity alwut the sdooni In llil* precinct wira that many of lham wrra open on li.e preteoae oi bnvhig retiauraoia atiaclied. Tbuao who wanted ‘liquid refreaomeiil ’ Hlxleenl tl. The Sixteenth ward haa alwaya boen reliably Hamocralic, but fear» war# enter-utned »i the various i.recimMi ihi» niorn-liig lhal the lUpublicaiia were gaining. I Ilia I» especially trh» m the case of the Ih.air.l of l#gid«tion Heionrrau in moat of li.e prec.ucl* rouce.le iha alaCllon of liooll Ikiiiham In I'refiiici A al «.50 Ipl yoles had been cnal. out of a *rei»iraHuii of 400 Tln-re wa« yary IHH« a. ralnhing on the bend t>f Ihe ticket. I hose who ai.oiild he best lo-f.irmed wouM give no vpinlon other Hiaii H.al Hoiil.»m’»ci.aoces bar* good There have been no diilurbanco#, and eytryllilng ia i.-ry quiet.    ^ Precinct B had rail 2IB roleaellO lo. Tl»e reel»'rallón la 418 an a ice*» of 86 oyer Isat fall. Horstmaii I» reponed a» running head, while Bloom, for aquira. 11 being Ithln.’-ionc lUo.H-ti iOu \len»>i*mluiu labUl*. In "xol.»''t krain-lUnii i.ir the ISC Khlnesiou • Hi>nM--.!'oe........ ......... ......... jl.iii'i t-aliiP.f llrooch- woriU 4' ii'.a 1 .rh ! liea.l -.r.-khc «. wnh IIOHl tioii 410, vote at HAU IH4. Tafel I» gaining j , .1 aitghlly here loiva I» l.oldiug hi* own, al- ¡ M.» Mar -lOU ♦0 Inch ( ream Her TO*    ^ • lin h Hlik. 1.» Bungee Hraolug* ii.-lm h An Hrarlng*  ....... «' i.rth Park M.*.li-* I urlsfii » rh. IH-ii.ch (i.H-ii Work -rlini lor I ■ulire y iirw i>sll-r'U. at .He, . MM-rn.' Moutisy onlT. 7Miich Art Hrspinyi HI-'. '. urtstu Bole* ,:lth iirasi Mytliri . All (’nl le RüÉloti Wuililiei 1 i.N Al A 1 N -* I ll I>.i-I<*»«i. 1 i.trd and KuiirUi. nrr l.M WE OÜARANTEE EVERT BARREL or THIS FLOUR. Bosoro yoo got the GENUINE arlUla. NIILLIIItfll OPtmi _<>F n\E ^ Hats and’Bonnets Wednesday and Thursday, Al’KII- hG iiikI tk. few Ue- though IXiugtais' workvra d >101 publican Volea.    I s-jgg "#ca*yriKo"    , There wat aome ' crapping" here once or Iwtc# bill ih#    li»ci    ir^uUle    III kerpi.ig thing» quiei rue    clu»ene*a    of    a* brewery »n«l wniaeqiient iiiall-laueii atmosphere may h«ye accniiiiied for iha pugnac-. **\'recinct K-Lllierty ami Broadwav. reg- | litrailon Vi3, yoi.^ »l « 35 Wi Hirlrtiy party voU. whicli meana    largely    IHbiil»- lintii. Vary few volea (or Ihiogl»** liere. mm to Hpin Al, itufi hali:. The »»>ove c.iii tenr-s.-ui ib.lld i.nl.| King» lor la.lica nr ra »*»». whi«b wa ata »clilii|(_Hils woek only for vac. Al Kcpuhllcan llcadiiiiancra. The repo-i» rerelved al llap.ibltcan head-ljusriers by no..n were very encouraging and indlruted Hie election of Hie whole lloket from Moiuy down. TI.e wal p.ickel yoie was declarad to be in favor of MoshV. Huratmaii an.l otiwr caiidl.lalaa on Hie ticket. Tiie Board of I.egitlall.iti will be Rapubltcan by a safe luajorliy. H was OD m The alKive cuts are nilf hetyler «olid Gold illnga fort I» Lina'I lalta ihl* rare chance. MiinnUin H.uH Fur Rug*, reduced Irom HG Vs.d emrri.a iiiig-. redm'i^ irmn i<; ■J w.i Ysnl All Wool l.igralii Ruat reduie.l I»."» Tw.iY’srd Fell Muii.. redure-1 from »l I» Twi. YanI I'lna .Mayrn» Rug*, rcdiici-d Iro.n jii*!on*»e Km Matiln* itili». •*.    '"c 'tb-".( Brice* are Very    aiiu    the    Hupidy ll l.lmfted RET»ll PRICE f.u',7.,.)S6.75 COTTON SUCKS (241 Ills'90c H. KARGER, ‘Jii \S. KlTth SI.,<’H«c'«uati,0. Ill Tridi-lirk in Eviry Birril iii Sick. WE will grosoruio overy Infrlogomehl our hrwnrt, The Old Reliable Jeweler. CLEMENS QSKAMP, \ ■i hues.vmakÍ:jis attentio.m Gur Hre*» maker»’ mmdrf. j Pre. «Uleld», Whslehmic I a*in|. ’I»fl«l» lllii.tln*». ."Ilk Itraf.l» all thaOIni- In artk 1 hres'l* ilnr atlUds*. and our prl^ to yon »m Very hpeclal It «III pay you in Boit Aourtcil Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Mills Co. lli vine SI reel, <'lnrlit»aU, 0. h.gn of the Great CI.H-k, W# are maklof a Gieclal effnrl thi» week    • » os*mti » •«• SEVENTH AND CENTRAL AVENUE# mail, omokh»* A/NA E. Klein &Br< OPTICIANS, ‘•M0UN1M4, NOUN' A>H (#r.-x    __ hK lACI iT^OFP AlCAOI. KLEIN'S PEERLESS 0LA8SES. thb laosT tanikacTosv r»a»»» avaa wusw. Rye» esaatiaed free. agouUMtiMi lr«» It up    sibrt    aiaa Jllr.i-U nail lb-, lag .1 ^ J* n,.-h Hall U. »rtiig ll A*'l lU-ar.n, Pl.»   ..... uiaina» krw J r foewti. k|t- tiau». mb • ki t- W rK aTeolua'Dg out Womioivut* at iirtrlf hall tttua. ml»** mmiXtt'*, »»» JfUi»*» I*. m

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