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Nov. -A bulletin Issued :it u. ili'iKomralttee sajs: g Wo huvo not enough inli.iiuntlon com tho state to go Into jCi.h but wo nr confident wo have won. though the majority 1 small." rnAMcroKT. Ky,, Nov. 8 Foimer Senator Blackburn, at 2 a. m., Wednesday, sent the following 'telegram to W. J. Br an: "We carried Kentucky by a small but sa o majority. SIncorc congratulations upon your splendid lctory in Nebraska." Gbatson, Ky., Nov. a Tajlor'B majority 050; Bra'dloy's majority 557 Democrats claiming victory for GoobcL Everything quiet. K1 era-lu- COUNm KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1899. ' NUMBER 8. W n .- - .1 H THESTATEELECTIONS Judge George K. Nash Elected Governor of Ohio by a Plurality of About 30,000. MARYLAND DEMOCRATS .SUCCESSFUL. THE' LINCOLN COUNTY FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. s39 3 S 33 33 3 tf - 3 S'3 Si 953 flif) - 5'355 35 32 3 955 Pi - - 5a 3 3a2 S -a2'9' NATIONAL BANE, M KENTUCKY ELECTION. Den. Tnylor, A BAD DOLLAR. Vermillion n. ' OF STANFORD, KY. for Governor, and the ltMtlllllllftin Tlnlpa. Y?fn,tarf llV Jood .Majority. Entlr. R.bert Coin, and Mas Given a Hocus Ihrrntcned to 1'rotecute His Employer ami Was Killed. OHIO. Colummis, O., Nov. a At 12:3;) tho republicans claimed that their plurality would exceed 60,000, with ovor lOJ.OOO for Jones, out of a total ot loss than 9JJ.0M. Tho republican maJUturoa So For l'rom KonluoUr Indicate jority in tho legislature is larger than usual, but no senator is to bo elected. Judge Nash That Taylor, Itepubllcnu, 1. Elected was serenaded after midnight at the Nell And continuously, for 29 Governor, Although lllackburu houso. To nn cnth uslastlc crowd ho made a men to drive one ployed by thc tion. CUlin Iho State Other States. Solicits brief speech upon bolng Introduced by Hon. relaDAI.VILLE, Ky.. Nov. 8 Tho town of th'o of The teams. salesmen Harry M. Daugherty, his rival for tho nomina ville gives Taylor 5J9; Goebel 33a This is and Vermillion spent the night tions tion. Judge Nash said that the Ohio result New Yoiik, Nov. a In the GJ assembly 3 at John II. Mullins house. They was a message to President MeKlnley that his republican gain of 26 over last j ear. outside of Nsw York city which havo revxbikuit.u, iiuf o. tf,cuc,(.o .vi.wi pot ted 56 republicans and 7 democrats were homo stalo endorsed his administration and ttf h"VO f'nahAl .fun. , 1U( ... AMnm. WW.I, Tnff. lyid drank considerable whisky, and ntvD JWUUU., UUU1 n Kit. UtClUUi J presaged McKlnlcy's reiiomlnation and elected, u democratic loss of 5. lor, rep., 3.9; Brown, 40. were somewhat hilarious. While they , j in 1900. The republicans mado their N. V., Nov. a VrccUnd, reJamestown, flrrt a illcnnA uouisville, Ky., Nov, 8 Later returns tmrrt RltMnrT nrntlnH gains at the homes of Judge Nash, Senapublican candldato f riongrcss from tho34tu S. not change the estimate of the result in wose between Vermillion and one of J. congressional district, received 1,034, StUlman tor Hanna and Chairman Dick. The democity. In addition to carrying Lousvlllo for crats made their, largost gains at tho home of the men named Flemings over a coun- B. dem., 485 votes In this city, Lewis, slate ticket the ropubltcans havo elected tl terfeit silver dollar, which" it is claimed Nlw Yoiik, Nov a In the 19th assembly Mr. McLean.O., Nov. 8 city ticket consisting of councllmcn and Toledo, Tho entiro republican A. B. district SI out of 35 assembly precincts civc county Judge of tho police court by about 4,000 pliTSi liad been paid Vermillion for his servand lcgtslatlvo ticket, with one excepMazst2512;Stewnrt, 2 5M lty. Their legislative ticket Is also success ices. "AVermlllion threatened to keep tion, Is evidently elected by pluralities ranging Seventy election districts out of the 881 In WitcnK3TEit, Ky Nov. a Indlcail tho coin, and, at the proper time, pros- tho First Judicial district (jlvo Barrett, rep from 1,000 to 3,0J0. Yost, dem , treasurer. Is point to tho heaviest voto ever cast in CI; probably At midnight 53 of tho county. Goebcl ccutoffhis- - employer for passincr it. r and dem , for tho supremo court, 15,7:8, Daly, 110 will have 2,200 votes, Tay pree.'ncts In tho county were returned, givrep , 0.418: O'Oorman, dem , 9,413. rwherefupon. it is charged, Flemings 1,750, Brown less than 100. Goebel Is runfti ing Nash 4,458, McLean 3 322, Jones 3 820. Jones NfcT Yoiik, Nov a Secretary Tox, of the ahead of his ticket. The usual democra cw urew-JUgun and shot Vermillion dead republican state committee, said at 10 o'clock cut deeper into tho democratic voto than wa3 majority will bo increased. vvhiletting inh s chair. Four shots expected, and harmed tho republicans less that tho legislature, would be sure if there was p. m. T; LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. a At were tired, all of them taking effeot, not a republican elected in Now York city. Up than they feared. of Zanestille, O, Nov. 8 Zanesvllle, with day Chairman Long, saysthe republican s to that time there had been reported galas of campaign committee, that the retu: HasHJ hough theflrst penetrated tho young the Tenth ward estimated, gives Nash 2,695. celved up 8 districts up tho state. to that hour indicate steady? atrs Heart, inning mm instantly. 2 890, Jones 195. Democratlo gain of lican gains throughout New Yohk, Nov. 8 Returns from stato and McLean 'lcming&Tran from tho houso and has the state over 34a Indications are that Nash carries Mus1896. city so far received indtcuto that the republicbeen seen sin:c, though a horse kingum county by about 60. Democratic gain, of ans will havo about tho same majority In the 352. . ., , , Madisonville. Kv.. Nov. a HonkI "r, V jjing 'to a. jarmer in mo neign- ty completo gives Taylor 2 619: Goebel' next assembly as in tho last, tho democratic Newahk, O . Nov. a Newark gives Nash 'ood, disappeared tho same nitwit, gains In this cljy being offset by losses In the 1.8C6, Brown 2C2. Taylor's plurality 321. 1,946 Jones 81. Net republican smaller counties. In 113 assembly districts gain McLean vas tracked several miles in the Shei.byville, Ky., Nov. 8, Shelby cou: from 25 precincts Is 238 Licking county which hivo reported, including 19 in this city. gives Goebel 2,282; Taylor 1,795; Brown fifecti on offjackson, the nearest rall-democratic by 1,000 to 1,301 75 republicans and 38 democrats wcro elected. Democratic loss ot 100 from the cleetlon d station.! The democrats suffered gravo reverses in Erie clerk of court ot appeals. ITNNSYLVANH. B srf- county (Buffalo) and Chemung county, tho MiDDLEsnono, Ky., Nov. 2a M ddles PiTTsnuB.au, Nov. a Thirty-si- x precincts GrSJAUGTHERS ADJOURN. homo of David IJ Hill, In the city in Pittsburgh show a net gain for Barnett, ;omplcto: Taylor, 350; Goebel, 235. Same, elections up the stato tho democratlo vote rop., of 23S over vote cast for B:acon, present Bally, 422; Shackleford, 119. Bell county cctldn of OCna.ra Causes Consider- showed a great failing off. Buffalo. Troy and state treasurer. Tho county will glvo Taylor, 1,200; Goebol, 500. Same, Barnett official: 1.293; Albany gavo largo republican majorities, a 18,000 plurality. Bailey, -Shackleford, 3)8. JilKJeHLl1"1 Feellnr Owing to a Serloui complete overturn Mayor James K. McQuiro, C0V15.0TON, jlliunderataudlnir Kf., Nov. 8. Early retu PiTTsnuRon, Pa., Nov. a Barnett, rep, dem., Is mayor of Sj Mouse, a trlb-ut- o candidate from Covington Indicate that Goebel has n for state treasurer, has carried Alto his personal po ulnrlty. nea iventon county by 2 503. and that Joh k'fqut, Ef4! Nov. 5. Tho fcev-th-e legheny county by 20,000 according to Repubnnyor has carried tho olty by 1,000. is yzsmv In tho four counties of Njw York city the lican Chairman Robertson at 11 o'clock. The for of WIJ5 .tnt.n pnnvontinn usual big democratic majorities wcro rolled up, entire republican Louisville, Ky. Nov. a state and county tickets ara efforLa qf the r.publJaanrvTjmi By the eomj closed hero Friday" tnrrt-Qevery candidate in ci cry county bolng elected olocted by the aamomSjorltles. "",,' '. except Cray, democratic candidate fir recorder Attornoy General W. S Taylor, rep., hasj LVJP !ni ght after a session of four days. It Pmr.ADKr.rHiA, Nov. from all of ICIngs, against whom ch irgcs of corruption the counties In the state aEstlmates elected governor of Kentucky by a tnajdri seems that considerable feeling has reindicate Barnctt.rep., had been made. variously estimated from 7,000 15,000 over plurality over Creasy, dem , to bo 138,433. In Goebel, dem. Returns received toup to mid- sulted from the election of oflicers Tammany shows no elation over tho pluralOrders bu Telegraph or Telephone Promptly Attended to Dau or NIoht somo counties the estimates wero necessarily ity of 45,000 for its Now York county ticket, night also Indicate the election of the entire Thursday night All of the old oflicers based on meager Information and completo reLaving expected It. republican ticket, while the complexion of the! hvere with tho exception of turns may change tho figures given. The rejoicing Is over tho defeat of AssemMrs. Walbeck, of Louisville, who has In 1897, when Swallow, Ind , carried ten legislature is in doubt. bly Kobcrt Mazet, rep., by Perez M. Stewart, Richmond, Ky., Nov. 8 Madison county, .served as secretary for the past four counties In tho state, tho plurality of Bcaeon, in the 19th assembly district, which usually is rep., gives Toylor, rep.. 150 over Goebe), dem. Mlf was 129,717 and in 1895 the plurality for strongly republican. Nelson II. Henry, rep., Haywood, rep., was 111,204. lm, rep., wins for county judgs by 10X Harris, years. Thero was no complaint against In tho 5th assembly district, against whom tho ruji , loioaio uuuua, uvx, uj iirj. uurnam, her administration of the office, and it rep., wins for state senate without opposition was understood that she would dcclino labor unions made a light, was NEW JERSEY. In the 3th congressional district E. B. Vree-lanThree preelnots In Richmond give Taylor 3' -- " Nov. a Tho returns at Tbenton, N. " "..- rep, was elected by an enormous ma- midnight indicateJ that the republicans havs majority of 3, a republican gain over last year? 1ST ""'w being ous of renominated by way of jority, at least 10 000. Ky., Nov. a Goebel halj Russellvillk. carried the state by about 20.00J plurality, alBy a misunderstanding indorsement. g Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 5 The standard though there was no direct vote on a stato probably carried Logan county by 10 majority? was used in this city Tuesday for ticket. Tho republicans will control both Itgave Brjan nenrly 1,203. H. Buntc, rep., Is she was not placed in nomination, and machine tho Hrst timo and accomplished all that was houses ot tho legislature by good working ma- elceted to the legislature by a small majority. as a result her friends arc indignant, Stato senator's race In doubt, but changes. and Mrs. Walbeck herself very much expected of It. Tho result in tho city was jorities, and will have an Increased representa known 45 minutes after tho polls was closed, favor Harrcl, dem. 3s tho I'lato tion in tho houso ot assembly. BAHBOUHSViLLK, Ky Nov. a Barbours-- i hurt, on tho head of the tlcl.ct, which was computed to Hiir The republicans havo elected senators In Mrs. Walbeck is the mother of the republicans made a cloin sweep, Camden, Gloucester, ville gives Taylor 6 6 votes, Goebel 181, Brown" first. Tho Somerset. Union and E 0. This Indicates a slight decrease in the' late Miss Walbeck, who became fa electing tho city treasurer and other city sex, nnd probably in Salem and Monmouth. M CUfmtK Medicines t Tr WCw by majorlt es ranging from 2 000 to 9,000. Tho democrats have elected btlt one senator in usual republican majority. J mous as tho designer of the log cabin, . Nov, 8 uwensdobo, Ky Tbo republicans also eleot their entire Daviess county,. tho republican emblem. ft? Warren. S o precincts missing, gives uoeDei 3,3a.', Taylor ticket, giving them seven members The scnato will stand 11 republicans to 7 and tho democrats two. They also elect 13 ot democrats. Tho democrats lost thieo assem- 2,910 Samo precincts in 1838 ga ve Bryan 4,340, MeKlnley 2,733. Watklns, dem., wins over JEALOUSY THE CAUSE. tho 25 aldermen. blymen in Middlesex and ono In Salem, and Thompson, rop., for legislature, In county disLate, returns show that tho New York asnext assembly will bo composed ot 41 retho trict. Close between Small, dem , and Slack, Mn, Jamei lietts, Wife of a Hotel Clerk, sembly stands: Republicans 91; democrats 59; publicans and 19 democrats, against 37 repubCall whon In C. G. DAVIS & rep., In city or Owensboro, Town. plurality 32, republican gain 11 Slack probably bhot lly Mrs. Chester Oreeue, a llar- 23 democrats last year. licans and wins. keeper'i Wife at Mcholusvillo. MAIIYLAXD Fbakkfoiit, Ky, Nov. a Senator BlackNEUKAoKA. Bam imorg, Nov, 7, Thirteen election disOmaha, Nob., Nov. 8 Ono hundred and burn and others at Goebel headquarters at Nicholasville, Ky., Nov. 5. Nich-ola- s tricts out of 303 In Baltimore gi o Smith, dem , slxtj three precincts In Nebraska outside of midnight admitted the returns from many SE' - irjivrirjw ville is in a fever of excitement over for governor, 2 068; Lowndes, tep, 1,603; a Douglas county give Holcomb, fusion, 17,510; democratlo counties aro disappointing, but claim this Is partially offset by private dis- tho shooting of Mrs. James Hetts, democratlo gain over 1898 of 28 Indicating Reese, rep 17,203. At 9.33 tho that Smith carries Baltlmoro city l.y 7,5ub to dem , estimates on a basis of 80 precincts out-sl- patches from tho Eleventh district, Indicating Wife of tho clerk of tho Hotel Nich8 000 majority. Thirty-on- e out of 303 Uection Douglas county, which in 1898 gavo fusion a falling off In the republican vote. Blackburn olas, by Mrs. Chester Greene, wifo of a districts in Baltlmoro city glvo Smith, dem., 7,888, republican 9,001. Same precincts last now claims Goebol will win by 5,000 This is barkeeeper. Mrs. Greene is very for gocrnor, 5,106 Lowndes, rep., 3 931, year gavo fusion 8 801, republican 8,823. On a reduction ot 25,003 us compared with claims s ealous. mado two hours earlier. gain of C83 over 1S93, when tho this basis tho fusion majority In the stato Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8 Later returns carried tho city by 410 majority. Tho would bo 15,151. Sho has been boarding with Mrs. lUltlmoro News (rtp) couccdcs that fcmlth Lincoln, Nob , Nov. 8 Returns up to mid- tend to confirm tho republican claims of vic- Betts, but on account of not irettlncr teas carried tho city, night Tuosday contlnuo to show tho same tory, and while tho majority will not reach long amicably, was notified to Ualiimoue, Nov. a Incomplete returns fusion gain as oarller reports, and there is no their estimated figure, the returns received up morning Mrs. Greene from tho city of Baltimore and meager reports longer tho least doubt of tho fusion ticket's to 1 o'clock contlnuo to show republican gains, oave. Mrs. nnd a plurality of 7,000 Is conceded by many ot vent to homo lietts' from tho state rccehed up to 11 o'clock Tueselection. Chairman Edminton, of tho popuday night Indicate that tho republicans of list stato central committeo said: unting for her husband. She found "Wo havo the democratic leaders, while somo of the more Mnrjland havo been overwhelmingly defeated carried tho stato by 15,000 and havo made gains faithful are claiming a plurality of 5,000 for film in tho sitting room, and becran Goebol. It Is thought that the republicans and that John Walter Smith, tho democratlo In county offices. have gained so materially that it leaves tho firing. To save his life ho jumped candldato, has been elected by a majority complexion ot tho noxt legislature In doubt through a window, and Mrs. Greene variously estimated at from 10,000 to 15,000. KANiA. TorKKA, Kan., Nov, 8 Very meager re: desplto the hold-ovsenators. then turned upon Mrs. lietts, shooting There is also a rcasonablo tertalnlty that the LEXirOTON, Ky Nov. a With six prelower houso of tho general nsscmbly will bo turns indlcato republican gains in tho county her twice, one ball going clear through J, W. Hay den, "W. P. Walton, J. TL Collier, M. D. Blraoro, J. S. Hoclrar, democratlo by a largo mojorlty and thattho elections hold over Kansas Tuesday. It Is cincts out, three of which were not expected her body. Sho F. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughmnn, W. A. Tribblo, 3 T. Harris is in a critical condidemocrats will eleot enough state senators to predicted by conservative politicians that tho In Tuesday night, Goebol's majority i,n ray- and M. J. Miller. etto county is estimated at 330, a lcpubllcan tion. Mrs. Greene is a sister of Jailer overcome tho republican advantago among the republican gain will reach lu per cent. In Shawnco county tho whole rcpublloan gain over Bradley s vote. Tho democratlo city Gentry, Lexington. holdovers sonators theroby controlling both ticket Is elected by again of 20 per cent, over ticket wins by a small majority. Wo solicit tho accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle nnd adjoining1 counties branches of tho legislature. A very light voto was polled all Don. Thos. Shryock, chalrmin of tho stato last year. Cut the Officer, Louisville Ky Nov. 8 Chairman Long assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to gave out the following statement at I a. m. recontral committee, at 10 o'clock Tuesday night over the state. u5. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 7. Robert In 1E96 tho fusionlsts carried 63 out of 105 garding the next legislature: business relations, respectfully invited. conceded tho election of John Walter Smith, Conley got in a difllculty with a man counties, Tho republicans havo oloctei 10 sonators out dem., for governor by 10,000 majority. of 19 sure. Thro3 moro are belloved to havo named Maddox, and cut Maddox seCashier, riiEDEiiicK. Md , Nov. 8 Scattering roturn3 S. verely. When Street Commissioner been olected, but tho roturns are not comfrom this county Indlcato that tho democrats Nov. 8 Tho result of 331 cities and plete, whllo I Is In BovroN, Cashier. A. A. Heeves walked up to arrest Conley tho doubt. Thero aro 2 repubcarried it by a small mojorlty for tho have including Boston, out of Ihi in tho stato lican holdovers and 0 stato ticket It gavo Lowndes 700 majority towns, holdovers Utter plunged a knlfo into him twice. glvo Crano, rep, 151,721; Paine, dem, 97 036, In tho kou'O tho republicans havo olected 41 Cbnley years ago four is undor arrest. Reeves may Tho same towns and cities In 18jB gavo Wol-co- tt members certain, tho democrats JJ Tho disdie. This shows tricts In douot and not heard 174,815; Bruce, dem., 100,701, 19, which KENTUCKY. from 22 per and n demoLouisville, Ky Nov. a At midnight a republican loss of cent cent, this basis tho Includes Campbell and Kenton counties and A De.perato Fight. On Long of tho republican campaign cratlo loss of 4 per three dlstrl ts in tho city of Louisville. This Chairman London, Ky., Nov. 5, George JohnInsures a fusion majority in the houso against committee, claims that Gen. Taylor has car- republicans have carried tho stato by 05,000. ths Goobel law and probably a republican son shot and instantly killed John ried tho stato by from 10,000 to 15 u)0 majority. VIliOlM V. Vaughn at Welchburg, ucar tho Clay majority. He says that Taj lor has carried tho Third, Richmond, Va,, Nov. 8 Tho indications Fourth, Fifth, Ninth and Eleventh congresThanklin, Ky Noj. a Simpson county, county line. Had blood had existed tho elcctlcns In Virginia went overw 1th two missing precinct j, gives G osbel a masional districts, whilo tho Eighth and Tenth arothat between their families for some time. whelmingly democratic. In the most hotly nro oloso. Tho republicans hao made heavy districts, tboso made up jority of 503 Tho voto polled was: Goebol, When they met a desperate d contested senatorial 1.650; Taylor, 1,150; Brown, 79. Gerald T. Finn, gains in most all of tho democratlo strongof Isle of Wight, Southampton and Nnnso-raonstruggle occurred, Vaughn using c,andldafe for representative, received a maworo expected to glvo Goobol holds, which tho independent candldato is eleoted. jority of W3. a Knife and Johnson a revolver. largo majoritlos. Chairman Long claims tho Tho veto was generally light. Ky., Nry. a Tho following Covit.GTON, republicans have carried tho city of Loulsvlllo was the voto for governor In this cljy: Wm. .McDowell tolls a Tilly. by from 3.0CO to f 000 majority, MISSIS!!'!'! FitAMCFOitT, Ky Nov. a At io o'clock Lkxinoton, Ky Nov. 7. T C. Mc-o- f Jackson, Miss., Nov. a The election pass- Goebel, dem,, 5,401; Win. P. Taylor, rep. 233; lohn Young Brovu, dem 3,b37. Tho entire Ddwcll sold to Elliott Camden Chairman Blaokburn, of the Goobcl campaign ed off quietly throughout tho stale. The demNew ecmmlttee, snld: "We will go to Louisville ocratic majority Is cntlmated at 30 00a Re- city democratic ticket was olected. In tho lork, tho yearling filly Luzon, by with a majoiity ranging from 10 COO to IS.coo. turns ore very scattering so far and IndUate a Itgislatlvo contests Steve W, Henry, Will and M. Abeto, all democrats, were elected Lamplighter, out of Kitty Clive, for Allroports received aroot an encouraging na- close voto on tho Noel amendment for elective i GOODS AT ture, and with Loulsvlllo democratic, we ex Judiciary. SJ.500., is members cf the legislature. flew Jersoy Elects a Republican Gov ornor by 20,000 Plurality Both House's Will Bo Bepublican. Louisville. Ky.. Nov. a Barren count tWuiTLSBUiiO, Ky Nov. 6. For sev gives Goebcl a plurality of 637, a democratic,a company of bed sprint? W, eral weeks loss of 214 from tho Bryan voto In 1856 One hundred and forty-fiv- e precincts out of manufacturers have been driving over 170 in LouUvIlle give Goebcl, dem., for gov JhU county selling their goods. Robcrnor. 11,165 Taylor, rep., 13,800. j ert Vermillion, a young unmarried Ashland, Ky , Nov. 8 Election was quiej man. of thisa place, und a son of City of Ashland always republican, goes san(j W. S. Vermillion, 'was emway. Majority 373, gain of 172 over last elec. Capital $100,000. STANFORD. KY., Successors to Farmers BanK and Trust Go., years. under same management your Bank account hoping such bussiness will prove materially profitable and pleasant. i 1 t dls-tri- J J f 1 & lir-ge- st in DIEEOTOES. J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. Owsley. J. J. Williams. H. Shanks. W. Carpenter. Owsley, Sr. J. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummins. . S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. W. 31. Bright. Asst. Cashier. 9mBkI jimj- seHIrn: W$m& WILLIS GRIFFIN, Fractical Merlab Funeral Director. KY. V -- leHTl 1! -- MT. VERNO arieBHWu Ml aug-litcr- Keeps Coffins Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms, Cuffs' and Collars,, Can Furnish Metallic Caskets and HavoEnibalming Done on Short" Jotico" and Easy Terms. , BjESSpJ d, """ GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE Drugs, Patent Jewelry, Stationery, oars and Tobaccos, Paints and Oils. oftl-cc- rs S3. lo Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- ti&s&$m& World-Heral- d, V3 7m&t adetn-ccrat- lo demo-crat- ST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital .Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, er DIRECTORS masoiicsi:tts. J. rfockcr, Pros., McKinnoy, Ass't Jno. J. McRoberte, antl-Goeb- el GO TO JONAS MeKENZIE MT. VERSUOR3, KY., hand-to-han- For Everything: in d, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST LIVING PRICES, Col-to- stkW, 17 W"" ,J M 111 IIH !! MtVenion Signal ' fi.h.n,- - mii.'jini. in Jefferson 'rtV&.ia&fc' Vi.llirf'A - l.W.ti,t.Mi.ys: t wu - ihlihimi Mum.lwfliiw.i" j'.wjTOtS, county, twenty-eigh- L.Jf ''ill 1 ,;'- V - in Democrutic'cnunties and thirty-seve- n are in Republican counties. Gen. Taylor, Wednesday wro&ta card thanking .the people fqWys published every Friday by election when the returns showed AMES MARBT, i Go?bel ahead. The card , w MT. VERNON, and caused the Governor., j $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION rcrtt'iiAK people to give him. . D ' "horse Goebel '"' 1 'f ' laugh." From the lariii , jiepa of Taylor R tivctising ratcs..viqde know?s&'i ' ' n tcsday Brown Iud. D tfr Capital Hotel, "t r afifilication .y.. tjnfix J Fir? Nov..'io i?99.' Mi . . Vernon Goebel Signals WALNUT GROVE. 70 153 1 CO JL IYER Ejection Returns, "Nov. io, 1 8gg. Taylor Brown Senator. Whitehead 268 I &OWEnS UNDERTAKERS, M- - r J?- - luj-r.- It would look to hump-bached a cross-eye- d ' ' 2,1. o'clockenafor'Goebel lion-cstf- Senator Whitehead R Repre;entave.' Betuhrum, R Tctten, Iud". LIVJNGSTON.' Goebel safi tree that man up a our friend D. R. Totteu was slight ly defeated. r R. P. Norton, Joe Norton, J. C. Grivs, Dr. Price, Wade and Sam Brown came in Tuesday nights io get election r.tturns. Some of the Republicans in town yesterday wert like the bull in the lane they passed no one and vautedno one to pass then. Harris White, after receiving an but the representative of the plain Dillion, R. honorable discharge from the army people of the Commonwealth." Martin, Ind. on account of sickness, came in Tuesday from San Francisco audi says h, will never leavce mother BRODHEAI again.- -' . 1 believe I have been Governor of Kentucky in fac,t) I know I have been elected. Mr. Taylor says in an interview fhat he will assume the office and maintain it. AH I have to say to this is: tljsit if declared elected, i willoccupy tho omce in spite of',tbe threats of the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company and its political allies. We will have in the State four years of Democratic management of State affairs. We will have no riot alarm bells; no bayonet rule aud no Federal marshals at the polls, Ut'B c RRnnHFfln. ky Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kept, in stock. Orders by mail, tele-- . graph, telephone promptly filled 3 H Cxed Representative Bethurum Totteu ROUNDSTONE'. Goebel 147 .31 or Family and Medical You Use The. Fineat Want' Taylor Brown Whitehead m Senator". '; X iQ Taylor Brown 92 102 t Senator Whitehead 178 COLD SPRING lf III HOII-. NELSON 0UNTY1 . .sour 3 '6 mash Representative.' Bethurum Totten MagistiaVc. Sold Direct from Distillery. r Wn IdrVELl Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. Representative. Bethurum Totten v 174 ' 6S year old at $2.00 per Gallon, year old at $2.50 per Gallon, id year old ut $3.00 per 'Gallon 1 J. B. DA NT, Distiller, GETHSEMANE X.Y. SCAFFOLD CANE. Goebel ' Taylor Brown 43 322 2 Hurrah for old Garrard! God bless your old soul. Every Democrat in that good county should go his wife and kiss home, hug the babies, for Wm, Ray beat the red-heade- 7 1111 Goebel Taylor Brown , Senator. v 1 Senator.i u &fiS4 TJ Whitehead Representative. Whitehead Representative" Bethurum d pecker-woo-d, Lewis Walker. i. On joint ballot the General As sembly will be largely Democratic with 85 Democrats, and licans aud two doubtful. What is the use of 'Bradley, Morrow, Yerkes, Boyd, and Holt coming out when old Joe Blackburn will carry oft the plum? 51 Repub- WfTM WILLIAM S. TA.YLOK. two-third- f Totton IF BROWNS Goebel Taylor Brown Jf u '4m tWt s B.i Bethurum' Totten ' 220 2 Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. General Merchandise ornc0rf j DEALERSIN & SON St . jii r Old Main and Church WIT. CROOKED CREEK.; Goebel Taylor Brown i 28 149 I VERNON. K IM'IIM" Defeated candidate for Governor The Democrats of Lincoln are workers from the head waters of They proved ".hell for sartin. ' by carrying the county for that , Democrat' Goebel. Mi. lord wa's defeated by only 14 votes for the legislatuie by P M M c Roberts The Republican it is said, had more money than they could possibly use and by that means beat Noith who had made that county a splendid member in the last general assembly. No-ith- r: Theo. Wesley guarantees every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refuud the money to any one wbti is not satisfied afs ter using, of the contents. This is the best remedy in the vorld for lagrippe. coughs, colds, Croup aud whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take. It prevents any teudcucy of a cold to result in pneumonia. Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, T?arsh allvillville, Mich, writes- wnueneaa Bethurum Totteu VL,ft.'. f.TJan Smfi WSk1 Represe tivejpSi; n ' :orr 3flH Senator Whitehead Rspreseutative. Bethurum hi Totten For Pure Drugs , ,CALL ON 'Mmw JE$lj$fti M7 At 9 o'clock a.m ' tT.i'fl.iTDl ! publicans acknowledge, defeat The -Si LMav.yland and New York Democratic, Democrats are confident,--- . lyOhio. Rockcastfe's majority for Taylor 716. and Manner is everything with some people', and something with every body. , - THEO. WESLEY. ! PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS . CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED P! ... ' At all hours, day orjiigHt. . .1 . t A. H. Thumess; Mgr.- Wills Creek Coql Co., Buffalo, Ohio, wriies: I have been affected with Kidney and Bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stones, Wanthd A half dozen coa arcompanied by excruciating pains. The night Hon. G. M. Davison miners. Will give steady work Other medicines only gave temporspoke at the court house here the ary relief. After taking Foley's ftJSSsisiSrtA Wcrff for next six months. Republicans organized what they Kidney Cure, the result was surJ. W. Marusr, an Election called "Honest prising. A few doses started the SPLIT HICKORYSPOKES. Mt. Vernon, Ky. brick dust, little fine stones etc.. League" and insisted even on the and now I have no pain across my good, Christian women present, Kidneys ana reel like a new man. 2x2. 30 inches long, an wnue joining and assist in purifying the Foley's Kidney Cures has done Nothing is so indicative of deep C grade or better, $12 per m. ballot, yet soiue of the leaders ol me $1000 'worth of good. est culture as a tender consideralong, red, $7 that same Club sent money all over C C. Davis Co., Mt. Vernon; 2X2, 30 inches don. w. J. DIIVAN. tion of the ignorant. per m. Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. Rockcastle county to buy votes Greatest man since Chris S Livingston. inchoejlong, white $7 ijxi,-r-2- 8 and corrupt the ballot on last ltl in""" For Hoarsness. per m. Tuesday. We are in favor of hon F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Geo. A. Pontius, Upper Sandus " " Do red $4 est elections, but does action agree ky, O. . writes: I have been using "Wodslegh says he never makes ORLANDO Located atthe DepotSur. with the name of the Club? Decide fcoley s Honey and iar tor sore mistakes" "Hni-- ml per m. That'sVone fo yourself. throat and hoarsness and find it of 'cm." SINGLE TREE BILLETS."" the best remedy I ever tried. It J. H. Bales was in Mt, Vernon K7 stopped the cough immediately and "What is a fraction?" 'Apart Tuesday night learning election GENE BROWN AND L. & N. relieved all soreness. ? 38 inches, long- white returns. of anythtng. sorr." "Give an Liver Good Attached C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon, Gkne Brown, a nice young $22 per m. "The sieinth offNov- - Our toivn was deserted on elecDemocrat received orders from the Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros To be delivered at any station ember. tion day every body went to vote L. & N. Railroad Co., Monday Livingston. on K. D of L. &5JN. or K. C Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. morning to report at Lebanon "Are you you in pain, mylboy? Fred Rader who shot who shot dirision. will cull onoe every tw Traveling Men and Railroad Half the misery in the world Junction that night for work. asked the kind old gentleman! No him self died last Thursday night. weeks. L. L. men Solicited. Will fttrs Inspoctcr. He plead with them in order to re- comes from want of courageto answered the boy the. "Thefpaiu Brodhead, Ky. lunches for all trains. J. B. Owens has sold his mill main over Tuesday that he .might spenk and hear the truth plainly, is in me. to J. S. Langlord Owens will move vote, but no, he had to go. He aud a spirit of love. did go, and lost his vote. The Renice line 01 laaies capes at to Riley Ky and go in mero.handse buisness publican boys were all sent home A WONDENFUL DISCOVERY $1.25 '.up to $3. at Houk &Sou. and special arrangements made by Boys' suits made to order for R. L. Porter and Dr. Childre's Not ouly cures, but it keeps well which they were to be sure to get Is sold by an organized company of $3,7,5 and up. See my line of sam schools are prognessing nicely. KEEPS a vote. They even got their time responsible business men and has pies, S. W Davis. Fidel Robinson of Knox Co , DKALBR IN given them. But Gene Brown who A good stock of Fancy and Family the endorsement of thousands of Call and see my magnificent line has moved to this p'ace. asked no pay for his time lost, was Cleigymen and noted people WINES, &c &c WHISKIE of fall and winter sanplesl, now malle to go, because he was going Mrs. Wallace clnrk of Climax throughout the country. We speak for inspection. Men's suits jjnuade was visiting friends here Sunday. to vote lor Goebel. Is this justice? of that wonderful Instrument, made to order at Sio and upjj . Which he sells at migkty Ts.it right? We arc glad to say Electropoise, and ask your careful Jos. Hamm was in Mt. Vernon Fine, whiskies at S. W. Davis. up $2 and that we heard several Republicans examination in to the cures Sunday. LOW FIGURES. say that it was wrong. As much it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nunally Our Rockcastlejfriends can write It will not be a surprise to any is on the ,tck Wallace Laswell as we UKe tne l,. x. in.; as mucn as of the or Tuwiionh. Chicage, writes who are at all fa milar with the j has done for us and as nice as it "Nearly three years experience good qualities of Chamberlain's list this week. it V. D. Lisvvcll has moved 111 has treated us; we say that it is an with Electropoise only confirms Cough Remedy, to kno that outrage upon a free ballot, an in- the truth of vour claims. I say to people everwhere take pleasure in his mw house near his father. sult to manhood and ought to be, my Iriends that this instrument is relating their experience in Forty acres on the waters pi tne use and will be, condemned by all. Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of Brod-- , .1 i mveuuuu aud I of that splendid medicine (and in h musi wunucriui head, adjoining James Crawford's would not part with mine if I could telling of the beufit they luve re- - uiir icc returned it we tall. Any one sending The returns from all but 70 of the fann- House of 4 rooms and sketch nud description of any invention will not get another. Send address for! ceived from it, of bad coldijjt has 1B63 voting precincts h the State, en. Good barn. Place all in grass. ttttAUUlUVVU ',give Goebel a net plura'ity of 2197. ourbook giving letters from people cured, of threatened attacks of throuch us advertised for gnle at onruiwiup. Good fencing, Fine locust grove by Electro- - of pnumonia it has avcrted'and of Patents taken out thrnnpll rrrelve anertnl of Lirafi add brick. Thirty-nin- e of the missing pre- who have been cured can be used for locust posts. Two nolice, without charge. In The 1'atknt Rucobd, the children it has vcdjglt s ' furp,sh U cincts make up five entire coun poise. ELECTROPOISE CO., JXnVeMrfaXe.CnTi!?v springs of fiue water. Call on a grand, goon medicine , horsaie Louisville send forn.PiecoPy FREE. Address. i face or cu't in 1897 a net Re- 513 I'ourtli Avenue. Stone, rough quarry ties which g3ve W.T.Crawford, VICTOR J. EVAND & CO. by ThQo. Wesley, Mt. Vfrnpn Ky. publican plurality of 263. Of the Ky. Orders promptly filled Patent Attorneys,) Kingston, Ky. Evans Building, WASHINGTON, B. . troubled Ylth Salt Rhem for '.'over thirteen oears, had tried a number of doctors without relief. My husbend bought a box of Banner Salve, which I applied two or three times and my hands began to get better. In a short time they were entirely eured. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Livingston. I. wa. Mt. Vernon, Ky. fHc WANTED , . Hotel Frith fr riTiriyr-'-- -- fc Brodhead, 2X3J - jAxrT, a I I TOM FERRLL W, R. McClure IM ROWLAND,KY GROCERIES Inter-Ocea- n, Farm for Sale. kitch-u.ifnPinrAr- Q f.. I '. ! iMMlBMlMfiiflil MT. VERNON ft LIME COM PA NY W . - 114 I M , . M "3f 5? TTili j i. - -- , i" SP Mt. Vernofl Signal Mt. R. B. Mullins was out on the road several days last week. Hay. 74t Wan Vft Tip& Harry Bruce, Danvilh.-, In any quantity. Vkrov. Ml. aaa-cla- Misses Lena ahd Bessie McClure Ky., Nov. io, 1899 were in Louisville shopping last I't-vEic- Ky IaM4attat Vera.,, Ky., nail natter t no week. jtWTrsvx'Cwbk Al Do you, or will jou need liny? Tip & Harry Bruce, Danville, Ky., arc Paiiv ,r. J i$ .1" I LoUMVUlC 4 NASHVIUC R. R.C. :V: h L fc N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Da Mail North 11:05 a ni ay Mail South .. 1:57 p m Higat Ex. North 1:32 a ra C. C. McChord will have a ma- fcTickt Ex. South 1:44 am jOiity of 2,000 in the Second RailA. Landrum, Agent. J. road district, tor Commissioner. He is the Democratic nominee. HASQNIC. Sheep eat so many different kinds j of plants Aikluii Ml meets 2rJ that cattle and horse II A . leave that they reallv increase the ' t , agg;1 " product of the pasture. CHURCHKS. ; '' Cru(Sf.-rHitrvicei lstitSrl Bunday Squire R. L. Brown who made at h'ium. ami t:30p. m. a splendid campaign chiurman left if Thursday night to enter the Jaw frufcjrteria HoMi lerrlcei eu the 4th dep't of Vanderbnilt Uuiverily. Eunaky j Jack Lawrence, one oft the best operators this side of Jordon was here this week to see his mother and Hon. J. K. McClary, who is wise, faithful J lb .dut conscicness in action, came And cast another vote Tuesday. The citizens ot this town & community should give Hon. John W. Ycrkes a rousing reaption Tuesdry evening. "the people." Write 'em. .v:.fCV.Tl.. Ill' Our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes are coining in every day, Lion Coffee 10 cents per pound In our Dry Goods Department we have everything t S. W. Davis'. Gold Dust washing powder 50 perpackage. that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhere, Our Boot and Shoe Department is complete with the If You want to exchange prc- uuce ior ary gooas or groceries, best and most stylish boots and shoes made. Vfhtn you ot Ladies and Misses hats, call and want a good boot or shoo como to us. Official x'cturns up to going A. Bryant. seenie. Our Grocery Department is also complete with mee, press time this morninc Oct 20 2mo. to fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to oat and we.i Friday, show Goebcl elected come to us. ber. Dinville Steam Laundry first class work. Reoresented in Mt. Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the Bar- EALJNC J-,.- w. tf Democratic a DON'T RISK YOUR LIKE. lt , Mon-U- 1 i Baptist Saturday cliaa at eetlii; Cliurcli night Serrlcei en the Second Suudty and iinnday. Prayer 9 a u every Sunday. a Tnenlay nitlits. snsn LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Gus Stewart, of Wildie, was here Monday . E. B. Miiler Tuesday. M. was in Stanford C. Williams was here to vote - Tuesday.- The Road Commissioners meet en the 18th. C. C. Williams will was in Living' ston. Monday night. The election jessed off quietly throughout the county. 1. W. C. Mullins, of Livingston, was here on Monday last, ' J. V. McKinzfe has moved from Preachersville to Rowland, Elza Lang ford was here from Orlando on Tuesday last. John Rickels returned from bis position, Tuesday, to vote. Mrs. J. B. Fish has returned from a visit to Williamsburg. Smith Ping, John D. Miller, and R.L. Jones came home to vote. W. H. Jones, W. C. Mullins, G. W. Joiies were in town Monday. Miss Mary Cox went to Louisville Tuesday on to attend opera. W. C. Alexander, of Lair, Ky., has been visiting Crab Orchard. Jacob Sambrook, of Livingston, was here on business Wednesday. Issac Hamilton, Rowlad lost 40 barrels of salt by fire a few nights since Marshal McQlure ha resigned and Abel. Pennington has been appointed. i4 v ' ;, Sam Pennington vyiU move to the stave mill on Skagg's creek, in a few days. Dr. S. Davis was called Tuesday night to see W. R. Whitcaker whe has fever. , fused to make room for the voters The culvert on Church street and ar.d the officers remained in the West Main opposite Willis Griffin's booth nil day without taking a vote should be repaired. Hon. John W. YerkE6 and W. G. Nicely, the merchant Dr. D. McDonald will be here next Icing in his county, was in from Tuesday and will address the citiHansford on Monday. T, J. Cress has moved his family zens that night at the College. We to Climax, Wednesday and will should give these two men the rent his residence here. hearty and cordial reception they Miss Sallie Purcell of Brodhead deserve. was here Sunday to see gher uncle The old gag of barbers charging L. M. Houk, who Is graduallV. 25 cents for long laces, has been U a.'.v. J. I.. Nicely, one of our best vrKcu young business men, came in from Us worth parties sultered on d.e- Hazel Patch, Monday, where he rent days. John Brown, a Dsmoc- in business. rui vruu ! .1 ivuikci iiuiu awj C. W. Seitz, formerly a citizen back is reponsible far much of the of this county, now of Jeffetson- - mix up. He, on Wednesday went town, K.Y., was out on a trip to to Purdoms barbershop for a shave His bill wai 25 cents. Judge Livingston. Colyer got the same accommoda-- i The Harrodsburg Democrat notes tions for 10 cts. Long and short the sales of seyeial lots of corn at faces was the cause of the differecce mules at$62.,o in charges,, On Thursday the bar- -' $7., 60; 22 each; 15 weanling mules for $2,150 received that he reported and two crops of tobacco, at 7 and bsnfit of 3$cts from Republican 7KC customers. Do you tumble? tw-old .i-' Many of your friends, or people whom you know of have contract The Republicans are con ed consumption, pneumonia or oth Don't forget the pure Candy P. A. Pennington, I). D. S.; M. D. er fatal diseases by neglect of a made by S- - W. Davis. DENTST, ceding defeat at Iipadquarters s'tnple cold or cough. Foley's Honey aw Tar, a safe, sure and No. 1. fancy patent flour at S. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. in Louisville. pleasant couch medicine, would W. Davis for 55c and Belle of .., have saved them. LOUISVILLE, KY. C. C. Davis & Co.. Mt. Vernjn: Will be at Miller Hous', Mt Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., If you need a good printing outVernon during all Circuit Courts. Livingston. Hon. J. L. Whitehead received fit, suitable for a small country mux) wtjoSJR V democratic vote in this paper; 7 column Washington hand R. G.WILLIAMS, his former home which were deserMERCIIATS. 'Send votir nro press for less than half what it ved compliments to his worth and ducelA. E Albright & Co . No. cost, Address S. W. Davis, wisdom. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 40 EastiCourt street, Cincinnati m MT. VERNON. KY ' The report of the Commissioners ij EVERYBODY LOOK. of the Land Office shows a total of Albright has a dozen or J. I am selling the Singer Sewing 929,308,068 acres of unapproprial ore farms of his.own within . a "1 Machine on easy LsvrScvC R terms and keep all ted and uureset ved public lands in ile circuit of Brodhead. which he oil kinds ofsewing machine needles the United States, ifl selLor rent. Write him at ney-- a t-bands, shnttles, and everything Odhead., Misses Mary and Jalia Colyer. tf that belongs to a sewing machine. MT, VERNON, KY. Rlloda White, Grace Cox and w,wmw& mtm,& Will send needles'by mall to any Alza Logan Brown spent Monday I also clean and repair all kinds For Rent; a house of 3 rooms on evening with Misses Fannie MulPretent a Cold. ol machines. You can see me here Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply exposure, or when vou r lins and Maggie Hansel. WILLIAM E. QOEDEU W. M. Owen at Signal office.'. ) cold coming on take a dose everv Saturday. 3t 'MlKI Mt Vernon Ky Greatest man since Paul. FoleyV Honey and Tar. Reward $5 or. $25. I will It liter failsandvill prevent pneu- pay a rewaid of $5 breach chicken OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. G. W. Mcclure. J. W. Brown. ,u Vr coumsumntion if taken in thief convicted of stealinKchickeus Mackerel 5c each in Basement. u. u. Davis & Co., ie. 0 McpLURE & BROWN from my premises; or $2 ?fm3 t. Vejrnon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; The most bitter enemy of Sena for all that are shot while in the Attorneys-atL- a oganjBros., Livingston. Suits made to order, a fit guaract. AG. Lovell. tor Goebel must admit, whethe ' ,?i Mt. .Vernon, .Ky, elected or defeated, that he is IflCVW anteed, from $7.50 up Houk . J Wn w Bond, colored, asks gamesi Rev. J. B. g mamma K.oaney, aear, &soii. ngnier mat ever waceu a MH All business entrustetV'cijftour care to state that a United Missionary political . battle in Kentucky IAtomorrblv lsyolii birthday What For the beit shave or will receive prompt.-.- - attention. Baptist church will be organized at we consmer tne many you like best; Koclnej various clj mpu V I'e had within Office on Main street the court house here on Third ments that were arrayed against "dear falter a brief season of cogita Rockcastle go to Purdpm Sunday in this month. him, such as the Dispatch, Post," tion) I think I'd like to see thn the Mt Vernon barber. ' T. T. Wallace tells us of a family Commercial and all of the German the schoolhouse burn down." C. C. WILLIAMS, of five generations residing with in papcrslof Louisville, The Herald, Attorney-at-Latwo miles of Mt. Vernon. There edited by that famous orodigal, $Vhat Well-Know- n a ' ' Railroad Wanted: Wood and coal in Mt. Vernon Ky. are five members of the family Col. W. C Pollard Breckinridge; Man and Resident of Lima exchange for tuition at Collegiate consisting of a great-gregrand the insurance companies; the thinks of Foley's Kidney SuOffice on and fioor of new ,M Call on Dr, A. E. brick on (Jhurch street. Specia." Institute. -- ure. ,. mother, attest grand mother, a banks; the railroads; Bill Bradley's A attention given to collection.. gJand mother, a mother a daughter. Militia; Judge Morrow, his wife' !il have been troubled a great Ewers, Mt. Vernon, Kv. Jennie, with the old blue calico eal with backache. 1 was'.induced NOTICE Mrs. Solomon Riddle, of this dress try Foley's Kidney Cure, and and teven boys, to say noth ne bottle entirely relieved mc. I place, raised a cabbage this sum ing Notice is hereby given that the ot other sources of oppositicn ladly recommend it to any one DR. A. G. LOVELL, mer from which she cut, in August Mining Company, of J shoA'.show close he got to the; Specially mv freinds among the Pine Hill Physician and Surgeon a large head; since that time six Pine Hill, hearts of the common people to .rain men, who are usually similar- slips put out from the stalk, which have won the fight. MT VERNON, Rockcastle county, Kv., is closing To finish in' have made six large heads, each the lead, in a race against so manv Ofiiee North iue'Main sirrm Geo. Hausen, Engineer on L. E. up its business as such company WR. R. R. being sufficient to make a mess tremendous andunprecedentcd any person holding a claim odds f C.'CJ.Davis & Cot Mt. Vernon; and for one family. against.said Company must present For Sale. Three houses and proves, beyond question, that Dr. Clark, Brodhead Hagan Bios., same to the Trustee. S.!A. Bowley, lots in Orlando also a good farm on Miss Susie Poynter, daughter of Mr. Goebel is a political General Mvingston. Good formerly S. A. Parrish, at Hot Cove branch 135 acres. Joe Poynter, Livingstou, diedTues of extraordinary ability; and in the buildings and out houses. Good Springs. Va., for settlement. day and was buried at maretburg beautiful words of Bobby Burns, grass land as well as highly proPine Hilt. Mining Co., Gussie (who has ieft his fiancee Wednesday. This is the fourth he( is ductive J01 other crops. Well waBy J. A. August, Pres. f r a moment, fallen everboard, and member of Mr. Poynter's family tered. At a bargain apply to Sig-Oct. 17th 1899. 4t that have died in last 16 months, ''The friend of man, the friend of leen dramatically rescued) Did tf.n or J. B. Owons, Orlando. aw faint when you Iheard truth; that has the sympathy of hundreds Call and see my line of fancy of our people who know his manly The friend of aoe, the guide of t lem yell Man OTerboard?" Helen groceries and get bargains. To Builders. J. W. Marler ( lobbing) Guessie; I never youth, qualities go out to him ahd family. & Sons now have their mill on on S. W. Davis. Few hearts, like his, with virtue cace supected they could mean of the best sites in the county and The ballot box at Athens, Faywarm'd; are fully prepared to cut bills to of our foreette county, the home Few heads with knowledge so in- A big cut in saddles and harness order on very short notice. LumCy Franklin, was stolen man, S. form'd " ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Chamberlain's Pain Baism at S. W, Davis. by the Republicans, and at Bell's if desired. Give us your t.rders and Why reCures Others . Schoolhouse the challengers at a by a safe majority of 3,000. HOUK & SON. -, ?wm . "Jar I Attofney at'Law L BROWN, La .- - WSBgg iN.! wiim titm.". Attor w, ad-res- s. :i'i w, . hair-curt- o ," li. w, " at I al N-n- o. 1 ( Not you? USED BY BRITISH SOL- My'wife has been uing Chamber In Boyle county Goebel's maNDIERS IN AFRICA jority was 7 Bagby for Represen- Haiti's Pain Balm with good results tative, (Democrat), was elected by for a lame shoulder that has pained Capt, C. G. Dennison is well years known all over Africa as comman her continually for uine 67 majority. Taylor We have ttied all kinds of medici- der of the forces that captured the Lincoln county went for Galishe, Under date by 4 majority. McRoberts, repub nes and doctors without receivieg famous rebel any benfit from any of them. One Nov. 4, 1897 from Vryburg, Bechu beats lican, tfor Representative, "Before star day we saw an advertisement of analand, he writes.North 14 votes. campaign I this medicine and thought of try- ting on the last county gave Taylor ing it. which we did with the best bought a quanity of Chamberlain's Garrard She has used only Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Ray, democrat, was of satisfaction. 125 majority. one bottle and her shoulder is al- eday, which I used myself when elected by 35 majority. most well. Adolph L, Millbtt, troubled with bowel complaint, Taylor carried Madisou by 90 Manchester, N. H. For sale by and had given to men, and in every , .()rity case it proved most benficial." Miuion( (republican) Theo. Weslev. . For sale by Theo. Wesley. d and HarriSi (Repub. .ted lican), elected representative. COURT CALENDAR. - '. get promnt attention and the befst S42 WORTH OF PRESENTS For 50c worth of work. We ara giving away Watches, Bicycles Sewing Machines. Guns &c, to introduce our paper., PASTIME high class illustrated family pape: of from a 16 to 32 large pages: 64 to 128 columus of Choice Good Jackson county 1,400. gave Taylor day in each County Court. Fourth Mn month. April, July and Shout Horns For Sale. , .. . . . was carried Dy tne JFusionist against the Republicans led by Bryan, Jim Jeflries wou the fight twecn he and Tom Sharkey at New York Friday night last, for the championship of the worlds .- .. . . Nebraska day in January, October. Quarterly Court. Fiist MonCircuit Court. Second Mon day in' February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tcmbe'r. Third Monday m each month. -- Mt Vernon Police Court; two red Short Horn bulls for sale. E. P, Woods, Stanford, Ky. A press dispatch from Richmond sas Samuel Blak & Son, of Red House, this county, sold to S. P. Kerr & Co., of Winchester, 2,000 bushels of wheat at sixty-fiv- e cents. Stories Literature, Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands &c: &z. Aud all you have to do to get $42, worth of presents is to get 20 subsribers at 10c each. Send 10 in stamps for full paiticulars, long list of presents and our paper, PASTIME for 6months Address I have THE PASTIME Louisville Ky. S. N. I SURVEYOR Davis - ' Mt. Vernon,. K.y Also, an Ageut for the re Tailors in the worlc ir ".. ' "You Can't Catch the Wind in a Net Neither can you cure catarrh by local applications. It is a constitutional disease, and is cured by Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a HE COULDN'T BE BLAMED- Did Evcry-tlilng- cure In Ills Power to Support nut Wan II mi -- Se- IILITIA CALLED. tllcnppcil. because it is a constitutional remeIt expels from the blood the 'which causes the disease, And rebudds the inflamed membranes. dy. ty 5 B Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8. At 0 o'cloc "I took a. bracer and walked in on him," continued tho young man, "and in due time Tuesday evening- Col. C C. Meng-e- r I had stated my case. lio waited a decent PEACE OFFERINGS. Oov. llradley tj Iingth of time and then said I could have celved orders from send to tho polls at onco tho Loulsvlll her." They Preceded Illm ami na nta Wif "That was beautiful beautiful." Legion, which had been under nrrnsaL "Yes, as far as it went. Yes that was Predicted He Wtia Home with its urmory all day In readiness for all right, but I wasn't through with him Ills I'urcknaen. yet. f had to ask him if he d lend me a call. Up to this time the election Iu hundred dollars to get married on. Wasn't been one of tho quietest ever knowi She received a large box full of American other way, you teauty roses by messenger from her hus- no"No, no other know." repeated the old here. Tho balloting- proceeded all da; way," band along toward four o'clock the othei fellow as he got a nc? brace for his back. without any disorder. A few arrest afternoon. "And he loaned it to you?" is absorbing Martigny cocktails "James "Noap. Threw me down with a dull for alleged interference with voter again." she mused shrewdly. were made, but thero was less thu thud." Half an hour later another messenger "You eV)n't say!" tho usual amount of friction bctwcti brought her five pounds of expensive candy "Did for a fact. Yes, the whole thing is workers for tho respective candi from her husband. off, and I have loved and lost. I don't see "James has oidered that $80 overcoat he where I'm to blame, though." dates. was talking about, but said he couldn't af"Not a bit of it. You loved and wanted When tho polls closed nt 4 o'clocl ford," sha mused ngain. to marry; but it takes money to get marHalf an hour later n wagon drew up, with ried on. He had it, but wouldn't lend it. the inspectors representing tho Inttr a florist's name painted on the sides thereof, No money no marriage. Plain r.s the nose osts of tho llrown ticket nppear palms were on your face, and you're not a bit to and two handsome, ei and demanded admittance ti delivered nt her door marked as coming blame. "Put it thar, young man, and from her husband. cheer up and get z i?ew hold with your wtXch tho count. This was doni "Olive branches preceding him," she toes. You had to d, it had to do it and injunc mandatory a mused some more. "Ifc'Il be home by dark." anybody as says you hadn't is a liar and undor by Judge Toney, o He was home by dark. He had been ab- a boss thief and dasn't stand up before the tiou Issued sorbing Martignys. He hud ordered the $80 undersigned for three rounds!'' Cleveland tho circuit court, shortly before nooa, overcoat. The prescience of the modern Plain Dealer. restraining the city authorities and of married woman is sufficiently to persuade any man to raise his bonnet fleers of election from interfering THE ICE MACHINE'S PART. thereto. Washington Post. with the Urown Inspectors. Aboui At Lnt There linn Hecn a New Fcn- - the middle of the afternoon tho r Ignorance is more powerful in the hand LMblloans .ccurcd a similar order fa turc Introduced Into Uncle of some people than knowledge. Chicago Daily News. Tom's Cnliln. their inspectors on representation that they were threatened wltn inter! There is a new wrinkle in "Uncle Tom's dft t Cabin" theatrical companies. One of them, ferencc. In a number of places the inspector! which is ransacking the state of New Jersey for audiences, has hit upon the device of were refused recognition and Got, buying a refrigerating mayhinc and using real blocks of ice in the scejle in which Eliza, Bradley's order for troops to go to th pursued by a pack of brking mongrels, polls was made upon a stntemcut bi crosses the river carryiiig in her arms a Judge Toney reciting this state of af iluffed doll. l - 9 B9 I'f'l nfppoie it was a little cheeky," (aid the young man to the old fellow on the rear platform of the car, "hut what are you going to do in such a case?" "Yes. what are you going to do?" queried the old fellow, in reply, though having no knowledge of what was meant. "I got up the courage to ask her hand in marriage and she murmured yes." "They generally murmur." "Then to be in good form, I had to go end ask the old man s consent." "Perfectly correct, young man perfectly "I Jnuffo Toney, of Louisville, Issued Orders Allowing Brown Inspectors at Polling1 Places. The Decree In Some Instances Contempt.. oiuly Icnored, and Judge Tonejr Called on Oov. llraillejr to Enforce the Order, Which Wat Don. Thorite, the new explosive, has been itself by passing through a 4 inch llarveyized steel plate. If its success continues, it will make as great a record for itself in the military world as Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters has in the medical world. So far nothing has appeared which can equal this wonderful medicine in its speedy and permanent mastery of all diseases of the itomach, liver or kidneys. It's a good remedy to try when everything else has failed. distln-euish'.A- The New Exploelvc. 9 m9m9mSw correct." mourning gowns be worn by a widow of 22?" was the question that came sobbing through the mails. Now it chanced to be the sporting editor's day off, and the religious editor, therefore, was attending to the Side Talks with Young Persons. "There is no hard and fast rule wrote the religious editor, confidently, "but they ought to come down to the hoot fops, at least." This incident illustrates the occaImmovable. sional awkwardness of a newspaper standing Lawyer Do you swear the collision raised as a bulwark of morals to the exclusion of the entire car? everything else. Detroit Journal. Witness Wll, it raised everything but the windows. Judge, Everybody Mutter of Length. "How long, should Denfneat Cannot Be Cnrefl by local applications, a they cannot reseb the diseased portion of th ear. There it only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness i caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets indamkd you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forover; nine cases of of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. How Mrs. Pinkham HELPED MRS. Q00DEN. LITTZK TO HIS. MNXKA1I HO. IJ,7Jj Now Cnn Hide. lu If you have any doubt about it be snro The Dent Preaurlptton for Chilli to read the advertisement of the John M. Fever is Smyth Co., Chicago, in this paper, in which and u, Tonic. abottlo of Giiove's Tasticless Itls slmplyironandquimnoln Top Buggy Cm they propose to sell a Price,S0c. Uastolcss forin. Nocuro-nop- ay. for $31.0o. ilow they do it is a puzzle, but as the firm is one of the largest in the counrjnch to nia Craft. try and of the highest standing, that's their Plumber So long; I'm off to lay a pipe. matter. Better find the advertisement now, I'm oil to pip a Poet Well, good-by- ; while you think of it, and read it through carefully. The firm issues a Mammoth lay. Syracuse Herald. Catalogue, in which is listed "everything To Cure ii Cold la (Ino Tiay to cat, wear and use at lowest wholesale Toko Laxativo Bromo Oulnlno Tablets. All prices." druggists rof andmoncylf it falls to cure. 25c. high-grad- ! n g Ita Orlffln. "Hootl" cried the owl ever and anon. The fowls of the air and the beasts of the field stirred uneasily in their sleep and muttered maledictions. "Why are they so angry?" asked the owlet at last. "They are envious, my child," replied the owl, "of my Scotch dialect, lioot, hootl" Detroit Journal. . m A thoroughgoing egotist is usually devoid of the sense of humor. Chicago Daily News. For Whooping Cough, Piso's Cure is a successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, 67 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, '04. Don't put in too much time standing on dignity or riding a hobby. Chicago Daily News. hlndness and the Interest you havo taken in mo, nnd truly believe your modiclncs and advlco nro worth moro to a woman than all tho doctors in tho world. For years I had female troubles and did nothing for them. Of courso I became no better and finally broke My troubles began down entirely. with inflammation and hemorrhages from the kidneys, then inflammation, congestion and falling of tho womb and inflammation of ovaries. 1 underwent local treatment crcry day for some timo; then' after nearly two months tho doctor gavo me permission to go back to work. I went back, but In less than a week wa3 compelled to give up and go to bed. On breaking down tho second time, I derided to lot doctors nnd their medicine nlono and try your remedies. Before tho first bottle was gone I felt the effects of it. Three bottles of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegctablo Compound and i package of her Sanative Wash did me more good than all tho doctors' treatments and medicine. "Tho first remark that greets Is 'How much, better yon- look!' and you may be sure I never hesitate to tell the cause of my health. "Mas. E. J- GOODEN, ACKLETT, Li. 41 me-no- I am very grateful to you for your Dr-Bull'- Dellslitfullr Feminine. Mother I don't understand you at all. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to You are constantly praising Miss Whirl sunlight, washing and rubbing. Sold by all now, and you used to insist that you could- druggists. n't bear her. Daughter Hut I didn't know then, mamA vacant expression "To Rent." Goldma, that she was jealous of me. It is just en Days. too sweet of her. Detroit Free Press. s Tho best remedy for .a wOUJ2.n Consumption. Cures V Til D Bronchitis, Hoaruo- Coughs, Colds, Gripptv ness. Asthma, Whooplnff. cough. Croup. Small doses ; quick, sure results. Dr.JSuWtPUltcurtCBMhpatiQn. liaI,Mforsc Modern Science. "Steam has rendered man inestimable service," remarked the observer of men and things, "and woman also since it has enabled her to open her husband's letters without ail ever knowing it." Detroit Jour-uil. .A. 133 o DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use "5 DROPS" for BOTTT.TI 3TOI lOo. RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY DISEASE etc. Read Acts gently on the Cleanses the , dneys, Liver and Bowels System effectually The icemakinir machine has proved an enormous success. At Mie Hidgewood opera house, where the ccrtiachine played a few evenings ago, a frarUiccrowd fought its way through the doors.XAt the first performances the ice machinjt was kept in the background. Several car. were manufactured before the pcrformntXand placed on the green baize river. They erc carefully sanded on the surface, so thatavhen Kliza made her grand dash fir libcrtV she would not turn undignified omersaullV The ice machine, however, Bad been soVargely advertised that yokeU wanted to Vce it. They sat in their places after thcVurtain .descended upon (he solemn death of Little Eva and howled for the ice machine to come out and show! itself. The stag manager a lid a couple of deck Lands had to carry it down to trie footlights. Then they turned the handle and, amid uproarous applause, the machine produced a cake of real ice. Since then a part has been written in the ploy for the ice machine. When the river scene opens a couple of southern speculators with the nro discovered experimenting machine. They produce their ice, and not having any immediate use for it turn it into the river, and it sits upon the river surface at proper intervals to accommodate Eliza's footsteps. A colored man comes out and sprinkles sand over the ice in full view of the audience. Chicago Chronicle. the following letters: - Judge Toney's letter to Uov?Uradia was as follows: O Ilradloy, City, lory injunctions were io-a- y Gov. V - Louisville, Sl-T- Ky Nov wo 7. "Ts It bird to nroDOie hnovtce in niTairs of the jssaen-o- y mand. rocj onaoc inojtiascsoi ino jencrson circuit epi rcqulrlnu election oracer.i utlho clconon clncts to allow tho lnpectoWfor thurotr and rcDUbllcan tickets entrance to tho voiSu . Nl .1 lua.-!.....l... ... .. lircuiuu M iu tunicas unu uiai'uvb fcu .!... has been represented to mo tffat these Injuiia. lions are being contemptuously ignored am violated. I have Issued the decrca or judg? ment of law. I am nota ministerial omen and can not enforce It. I call your attpnUW to tne luai as cnici exccutivo oi ino state, iai you may take such action to see that tho lam aro executed as you may deem prpper undu tho circumstance. Yours very respectfully, .. j( . v j Stbuu.no Division. U. iet!? Swanson RlttruMATIC Cuke Co.: When I wrote you for a sample bottle of "5 DROPS" my wife was suffering terribly from Rheumatism and was very discouraged, as I had trltd everything- the doctoc s prescribed, even sending her t Sichfitld Springs, etc. My doctor Is very much surprised t the prezress my wife Is making, and she Is so welt that shsrefuied t keep her seamstress and Is now doing her own sewing. Tho doctors Insist on her taking "8 Drops" and assure her that it is now only a matter of a few days and she will be entirely cured, and as we aro very well known here, the "S DROPS" is receiving considerable attenOct. 13, 1899. tion and praise. F. B. TRICK, Jersey City, N. J. 1Iiiiii;.l-- i n; Ho.id.jr4, 1800 Ewansoit Rkbomatic Conn Co.: I suffered terribly with II dney D. reduced rates via tbo C. II. & Trouble for years, and after using less- than two bottles of "5 DROPS" Tickets sold on November 29 uilroad. lam now entirely well and I give "5 DROPS" the praise formycure. r Vnd SO, limited to December 1, for return. could not Sn'd anything that would give me tho slightest relief until' I Aek your noarest C . II. & D. agent for full tried this remedy, andlrecoramendlt to everybody as a permanent cure particulars regarding timo of trains and for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CARDADGII, Black Gap, Pa. Aug.22,'99. frnADK mare) rates. no, Powerful tp.dflo known. Free from oplutei and perfectly harmleii. O 'It " almo.t InitanUntam relief, and it a poiltlre euro for Uheumatlim, git.! Necdlcsn Aajccuvea. Relation, lYenrmlgla, IWipepala, Bnekttoho, Athm, Hay Fever, fiacurrh, I. a. Grippe, Tooth', pa, what's a redund- - Crotip, Hleepleunoaa, Xcrtouinen, Herron and Nenralsla If eadnehea, .Earache, Little Willie-r"ache, Xleurt IVeakneu, Dropiy, Malaria, Creeplnr Numbnen, etc., etc. anev of exnrcssion? a trial, to enibUiuff.ren to UQ prepaid by mall, for elT"DROrr'Utt will wo will tend A!o, Sc nmplo bottle, yf Pa Using more words than arc necessary t)U larj-you. ample bottle bottlea (800 ,to express one's meaning, such as "wealthy doaei) 00, bottle, for IS. Sold by us and 10 eta, A 1SIITB IfirrKD la canrlne Hw Tn1tarj. WBITK I'S TO.DiT. ajenta. II iceman," "wealthy plumber," etc. Chicago CIIICAOO, 1CL, SWANSOX BHEUMATIC CUKE CO., 10O tolOi Lokeflt., Evening News. to a eirl?" asked the heart. "Sometimes it's a good deal harder not to propone," returned the man of worldly experience, thoughtfully. "It's always well to be on your guard." Chicago Tost. Kme Are So Clever. - Ilr nDADQH 9 Lsvwlr r l UATO Sa Judco JefTorson Circuit Coart, Law and Kijaltj Hab.tualWNSTipat.on lT.Sfcw tGr mEfICIAL tf&CTS. " MANTD By BY PERMANENTLY picture it must have been," remarked the boarder who had seen Dewey, "to have seen the Olympia steaming home, the stars and stripes on one mast and tho homeward pennant on the other." "Magnificent!" echoed the man in black euBpenders, "but think what a picture it would have been to have seen the stars and stripes on one mast and the baseball pennant on the other." Chicago Evening News. "What a grand Under Two FJng. BUT THE GENUINE -- (AUl?RNIAlTGfSYRVP(S V HV. V CAL. "C T" N.Ya. fCft SAU Alt DRUWiCTi POlU lot PIS Willi. 1 Ml a the 1'Ince. Stranger Where does tnat new dentist have his oifice? Policeman You mean the one who pulls teeth without pain? Cnn't You will have no trouble finding his office. You can yel: half a block away. hear his patients Ohio State Journal. "Yes." "Go right around the corner. Tnsto Good. Do flood, Mover Sicken, Woakon. or Gripe. 10c. ISc.Wc. 6lrllliiv t "I - have- boon lining G'ASCAKKTS for Insomnia, with which I havo been ulltlcted for ovor twonty years, and I can say tbat Cascareu have given mo mora roller than any other remedy 1 liavo ever tried. 1 shall rertnlnly recommend thorn to my friends as being all they an) represented." Tuos. Gillahd, Elgin, 111. CANDY ATHARTIC A Dear Little Darling. Wigwag "My wife is the dearest little woman in the world." Watson "I don't know about that. Ifow much does she, cost you?" Philadelphia Kecord. xno men were reaay, nnu few minutes began to form about the armory. Belts were loaded up with ball cartridges, and every man had his. bayonet fixed. 5i Col. Mongol, who was In uniform fofi tlie first time since tho rerfimont va placed In readiness for a call, assuiricji command, as soon aB tne order oas came known, Sheriff Bell hastened tcj the armory and protested against th cauingoutoi tne troops, on inagroui tlint. thfrftliarl hppn nn (llKnrilni-'nnm- i ,. , .. T . irouoie, anu tnat mere was no occ. alon for action by tho state authoritic; that Judge Toney hud not mado .a representations to him (the sheriff) peaco officer of the county; that the, had not been any interference w , . nio urucr. Col. SIcngel replied that he ..wi acting under instructions xrom Uor-- j UIUU1CJ. Jp f "fJ witnin ,a When a man says he wants work, he docs not alwavs mean that he is willinc to do the ,ork he is capable of doing, at the market price. Atcuison uiouc. I am heels over head in j Ht (ardently) She (the cruel coquette) love with you. rllow awfully upset you must be! Town Topics. I It is a matter of wonder excused his tardiness bv fsun rose too late. Ledger Monthly. that nobody ever chimin: that the A millionaire s daughter is taken par value. Elliott's Magazine. THE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK Cattlo.coramoa Ssiibci butchers CAI.VES-Fu- lr to good light., HCXJs Coarse and heavy .illxcd packers Light shippers SIIKKl'-Choics J. C. Hubinger is introducing- hia latest invention, "Red Cross" and " Hubingcr's Best" starch. She says: With your Endless Chain Starok at her Book, I received from my grocer one large package of " Red Cross" atarcil, one large package of "Hubingcr's Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakespeara panels, all for Sc. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Ask your grocer tor this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. method by vrhlch Stretch-nO! I AR TRFTCHER One lady writes that the greatest "Dollar original er 8hhaa eyer f0lmd1s thenew and A CINCINNATI, S 2 8 fl ix) 3 4'J NOV. 8. 3 Hi 4 8 4 7i Q&QtWWWQWQQVQQQW9QWWQtt9rttQ90QOOe a n Ci. Celt Jt 5 3 4 B5 3 3 3 W w. 4 00 4 15 I. i J: ICAMRRH COLDS GRIPPE CROUP mil : C MIAK RIOISTIRCO jgf COUGHS SORl- THROAI piiaitntecd by all drug !IJ KB Tobacco Habit. a fjitiij iiUK. H0ARS8 Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... nmd toapan, CM'tro, IS.Htr.a1. Kw Y.rfc. SIS Bold and MflM NESS VJI yWvtltrMi orders t ar ... Uirl Into Main street and! 1CTIK Choice daliy. started on tho double quick for th Al'l'LKS h' leol .o fancy lower quarters of tho.AUy in tho wes l'OTATOES CHICAGO. end. They visited polling places en FI.OUI1 Winter paten .... Whcu No.3 route nnd inquired into tho treatment GKAiN:l Oitlvuso bprlmr .'n. 2 of tho representatives of nil the par- COKN-Everything was found quiet, OAlfe No. 2 ties. 1'OltlC .Mess. however, aud tho blue coats wero NDW YOKK. marched bnck to headquarters. The Winter patent... only excitement noticcnblo was that FLOUK COlt.N occasioned by their presence. Mean- ItYE No. 2 mixed while the count was proceeding in all OAT- - M'XoJ I'Ol K Now Mes tho voting places of the city. IiAliu Vcstcrn 7 . Shortly after o'clock w auu.w.. ....aw and D swung . a.. .. . yr w .. . a. . LAMllS Snrlnir 1'LOUU Winter tntent.t OKAIN Wheat No. 2 red Ne,3red Cjrn No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 2. Hje-- Na HAV I'ninn to I'x.OVIjIONs Mess porlt iy 3W W3B0 fc (n ii 00 3 65 T0 1 (MAILORDERJ) fAMMOTM5 H tJJU ifTti w ' 12 I teiKo"! $34.95 Tso to lenr'N. 2'V'i 01 25 tfj.l 14 'is. 6 00 10 ij 25.00 $3195 SAVED TO THE PURCHASER OF THIS High Grade Top Buggy AT OUR SPECIAl OFFER PRICE OF ONLY Pji-br- 2 0) 130 3 5'i OJ 2 ftj I 4J .1 -- iW fiS 71 07 I1IW No. 31', 23 32 LAltD-Ste- am 7 7.i 5 if 3 CO (d 21 H 8 20 u 25 3 f5 VHrAT-No.2jcd..- ..t 7Uf !"! O.'M 02 0 25 21 9 .M) 5 5U 3 10 Oi lOVi Rfl..TnDflf. riU"l'J"0!l Rlststo Two tamous pictures printed In ten colors, ready for framing, will fee given free to any person who will send a quarter for Three Months' subscription to Dsmorest's Family Magazine, the great paper for home life. Thousands subscribe for Demorest's as a gift to their daughters. Demo- rest s u me great American author!- -, tyon Fashions. forty Years it has been read in the best families of America, and has done more to educate women In true love of good literature than any other magazine. The special offer of these two great pictures and Three Months' subscription to Demorest's for 25c, is made for 60 I I QCffgJMfrOE WHEELER 81 Says at Peruna: "I Join Sena- I B 1 II tors Sullivan, Roach and Mc- Enery In their good opinion of Peruna as en effective catarrh Wheat No. 2 red houthcrii Corn Jtlxetl Jeffrie nnd Sharkey Kecelve Tholr Share O.its Nj. 2 white of the Onte Money Tho l'lcturn live No 2 western Will Net a fortune CATTLfcFlr-- t quality HOUS Wostern INDIANAPOLIS. New York, Nov. 8. Jim Jeffries and OIIAIN Wheat No. 3 red.,.. No. 2 mixed Corn Thos. Sharkey received their sharo o. Olth No. S mixed the gate receipts of tho big fight Tues LOUISVILLE. patent day. The total receipts of the FLOUIl-AS'ln- ter UHAN Wheat No. 2 red Tho fighters. fight wero 500.818. Mixed Cu-s O. of this amount, t'OHK-'Moir- t," ...::ed received As tho $44,600. or winner, LAllU-Stec- an GKAIN two-third- RECEIPTS OF THE FIGHT. UALT!MOKR. FLOUn-Fnm- lly 3 25 liS.'i Ui 7;ji.(. 10 75 4 85 4 tt. m, SI 13 18'J Wo offer this bnegy at actnal factory wholesale price. th equal of which is frequently sold by tho dealers at not lees than 60.00, so that they who bay direct from us save fully $25.00 and get a better buggy. o giro you either piano or Corning; Btylo body, end r springs or Brewster springs, narrow orwldo track, W, Vi or 1 inch tire, all wool cloth orcenulno leather trim, and furnish the buggy com plete with oxtra heavy full rubber top, brussels carpet, storm apron, boot, nickel dash rail, shafts, etc. Painting la perfect and equal to S75.CO buggy painting. Wheels aro Sarveia patent, wnrrantod second growth hickory. ., will sou many rnpre for us. Wo nro bound lo malco this buggy so perfeot that Only a limited niimbor will bo sold at our speoial price of $31.93. Wo will shlpC. O. D. Kocky mountains on receipt of only Sa.oo as any whoro in tho Unitod States east of the ovfdonco of good faith. Jnm $34,f5 side-ba- i 6 .5 5 tW B7 k. 3 45 2.1 MMSmm ,u Sty, 3 55 71 3G MQQQQ'WQWQQQG$QyMQ&&Q$QQQQbQ4'4Q$QfQ$ Mm UousUft which it listed at lowest wholesale prices everytnms to a wear ana use.is lurnisrs od on rocolDl oi only ICJV lo cart v Dav hmw iWiTsrasiTfjEnft. postego or expressage and as evidence uu iuv 13 uiiuwbu on jirsk 0 oooa ditit KtMflJ Durchsse smountlnrtto Sl?9 or above V. Si ill OUR MONTHLY 6R0CERY PRIOt LIST fHtt.lfl t 0 25 0 IK) 0 50 25i. per cent., Jeffries received or 533,423, nnd Sharkey's rharti was the remaining 25 per ceni.. or Jeffries' share of the receipts ii tho largest ever received for winning a battle. Each fighter has a third interest in tho pictures, and it is estimated at least S500.000 will bo derived from this source. 75 Stl,-14- L, DOUGLAS S3 & 3.50 SHOES ""on WorthS4 to S6 comparod Indorsed by ovor ' Tia days only. Write at once. Demorest's Family Magazine, J JO Keturiu to Washington Nkw York, Nov. 8. Adm. Dewcj md his fiancee, Mrs. Mildred llnzcn, left for Washington Tuesday, in the party aUo were Mrs. Washington and Mrs. Ludlow, mother am' sister, respectively, of Mrs. Huzjo. Mo-uea- Ail in. Don ey we will send a rjair i'flon receipt el price. State Mklnd of eather, elae, and width, plain mft name and prices v.'tM.' .tampeu on bottom, lakes ffliruw!t& A no suusmuie ciaimea to dc AUaWW I ii good. Your dealer,, &LVtJh. mourn keep mem im SaSrowrai witn otnur inuKes. Jt' 1,000,000 wearers, 77ie neniidi luve W. L.f :,Xa mm y isa1" vx M ESTABLISH A HOME OF YOUR OWN Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "The Corn Belt," 209 Adams St., Chicago. tereil lea. tlmn 100 acre. 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