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NUIJHIHKM1I AW IRIMI MMWGS,
0HA5. M. MEACHAM.
DBSORiniOS 2 A TEAK IH ADVAJJOE
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lormiillrd ilTcrtlemciili furnUhsU ' on application.
Ofict IS nllO JOaU Strut.
Tao force bill did it.
Thooutragoousprolectlvo tariff did
Harrison's deputy marshals
polls did it.
Alas I what
will tbccoino of tho
Just 113 daya from to day 15.
lison, Esq.) will jnovo.
Pack up, overy ono of you,
when tho word in said, Git.
J. W, Smith nnd W, R. Long, Hop-
Wo offor OpvIIuudrod Dollars Howard
for anyento of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh .Cure.
1'. J. Ciisnkt & Co , l'rojw., Tolodo, 0.
We. tho undorsignod, havo known
l- J. Ohonoy for tho JastlGyoars. and
lJioo him ierfectly liouorablo in all
Ihunuwm transactions and financially
able (o carry outanyobligtionu inado
WohI ii Truax,twhd!esaletlrusy;Iat,
Toledo, 0.? WuldlnKi Klnuaii As Mnr
in, wholMAb Urutriritt, lolodo,
Attornoy General Miller with his
forco bill proclamation did it.
Thoro must bo no foolishness this
tunc. Tho rascals must bo turnod out.
It is hard to tell which was the
.Ourchard of tho campaign, Frick or
David Bennett Hill was in it and
helped to do It. Thoro aro no wingod
insects on David.
Tho first snow of tho season assisted
in snowing Harrison undor Uio day
after tho election.
Up to tho timo of going to press
Jas, G.lilainohnd,jiot shod 6nough
(oars to moisten a postago stamp.
ui courso wo win navo n euro
enough thanksgiving day on tho 21th,
Front seats reserved for Democrats.
Tho election is over and soon wo
can turn our attention to tho
Tariff Bill and tho Sherman Silver
Adlat Stevenson iiko Nancy ITanks
is a Kentuckian and his homo run in
Illinois was worth tho wholo pneo of
Even Kopublicans havo something
to return thanks for on tho 21lh.
They should bo thankful that Penn
sylvania and Vermont oscapod. v
When Senator Carlisle goes into
tho Cabinet and Gov. Brown is elected
to tho Scnato.'Mitch Alford will be
Governor of 'Kentucky. '
At least dno member cf tho Cabinet
with a foresight that commands universal
admiration announced his
intention to retire from oilico noxt
Softly, Democrats, softly. The Republican
party but recently so boastful,
so arrogant and so defiant is
dead. Bo respectful to tho romains
and say nothing unkind of tho dead.
Capt. Ellis ran ahoad of his tickot
is the Jcounty .although ho had two
orpononts. liiis is a ery nattering
testimonial1 to tho popularity of Copt
Ellis and ono that ho will not fail to
No loss than half a dozon prominent
Republicans of Hopkinsvillo
quit tho 6inking sEip just in time nnd
votod for Cleveland. Gontlemen, we
welcome you to tho winning side and
invito others liko you to como.
God bless tho solid South, God
bless New York, Now Jorsoy, Con
uecticut, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
M iehigan, Ohio and California. God
bless them ono nnd all. Thoy havo
dono thoinsolvos proud and covered
themselves with glory.
With both IIousos ofCongross and
tho President tho Democrats will boo
that tho Democratic torritorios of Ari-Bona,
Now Mexico and Utah como in
"fcyuoui Jtiruier oeiay. six mom
Demccratio Senators could holp
mightily in straightening out things.
Tho mat Seuato will probably
. tland 15 Republicans, 43 Democrats
Bud 3 Populists. Ono of tho
Stowarfof Noada, will bo
IiIaaIajI Bllll !1 I A.ll . tl li t tin PnHl.llr.ln
yVtm.HWBUW , UVb ItlkU liiU 1. VJIIIIOLO
This will mako tho Seuato a tia whon
Democrats nud Populista vole together,
as thoy will in most matjers. With
tho Vico lVosidout u Democrat, and
ho two Ropublican Senators iu
Colorado exceedingly wobbly and still
a fighting chanco togaiuauothcrDem.
ocrutlo Senators iu California, tho
Democrats can claim tho Senate and
the admisstpu of threo uoiv territories
will soon glvo them n good uotking
Tho I. W. Harper is tho finest
flaorod whiskoy on earth.
Used in modoratlon.lt is a euro spo
clfloor Indlgostlon, for genoral dobil
ity, for Insomnia, for mental dopross
Clo eland and Stovonson aro oloctcd
bv a audslido, a regular groundswoll,
that ! as buriod tho Republican party
undc un nvalancho of votes, bixtoen
Soul ern States, seven great Northern
Stati nnd California in tho far west
havo Democratic. From Con
nectii at to California nnd from
to Louisiana tho pooplo nave
rison n their might and hurlod tho
part of protection nnd force bills
from pownr. Tho campaign of education
has doue its work and tho country
Li redeemed. Cleveland carries 21
States with n total of 300 electoral
votes, while Voaer has taken threo
Ronujlican States out of tho flarri
son column with 17 oto, leaving
nnlr 127 idecloral votos for tho Re-
publi an ticket aud soma of thoso are
still iu doubt. Cleveland and Steven-win
J( hnva a nlurality of 173 in tho
electoral collego and an absoluto majority
of ICO. Tho figures givon hero
with bhow tho result iu dotnil.
Alabama Majority for Cloveland
25,000 and probably solid
delegation. Onejortwo Popullsui
may pull through.
Arkansas Clevoland 25,000 nnd
congressmen all Democrats.
California to como later.
California The result is close and
doabtful lu tho Stato with both sides
claiming it. Cleveland likely to pull
through. Legislature probably
Four Republicans nnd
threo Domocrats elected to Congress,
a gain of two Democrats,
Dolawaro Gives Cloveland 578
plurality. Congressman aud legislature
Colorado Snooping victory for
Populists. Electoral vote goes to
Weaver and two congressmen nnd
legislature captured by froo coinage
Cocupclicut Cloelaud'H majority
5,000 md Democrats elect threo out of
four ongrossmon. Morris, Dam.,
olecti Uotornorbvn majority over
all. ! .gislaturo Ropublican.
i al dolegatiou stauds ouo
iu and threo Domocrats. Stato
Sonat a tio, Houso IB Republican
Florida All ono way. Cleoland's
Go rgia Cleveland 70.000 major
ity a 1 solid Democratic delegation
in G. gross. Tom Wntnon dofoated
by J J.C. Black, auatho of
Idi.uo Jlaltnod by both Harrison
and ' o.i ver. Probably Ropublican.
IU. hands con cedo 10,000
majo 'y for Cloveland, nud Altgold,
riem for Governoraudrost of Stato
ticket elected by sarao majority. Ma-
ioritv of tho coiiKrossmou nro Demo
crats Both brauchos of the legislature
.Democratic, which menus much
as (ho congressional, judicial aud.
districts aro all to bo
by tho coming Legislature.
Tho superb organization iu tho
stato, tho hoavy increaso in Chicago
aud i tie wholesale defectlou among
tho G iruians did tho work for the
aiis lu Illinois,
Indmua Cl0olaud's majoiity is
about 7,000 aud tho Stato for a whilo
iu doubt is now conceded. Majority
for tho Stato tickot ubout tho samo.
LegUluluro Democratic nnd 0 put of
11 Cc lgressmen are Democrats.
votogoos to Harrison
by greatly loduced majority.
Congressional dolegatiou dividod.
Kansas Clatmod for Weaver by a
small plurality, about 2,000.
Cougiosuioual delegation stands 3 Ro-publics
h, ouo Fuslou -Democrat aud
G Fits Jorry Simpsou
it- fusion on joint ballot and will
LIKE A CYCLONE THE DEMOCRACY
SWEEPS THE WHOLE COUNTRY.
The Solid South, Seven Northern'States
And California For
The Senate and House-Both Democratic.
IToiiv Years Morc5 ,
'SPonv Years More,
Pour Years More ofGrovcr;
In "Wo Go,
Out They Gro9
Won't "Wo bo in Clovor?
Bit latin Nov. 10, 2:15 p.m.-It is
aatboth Ohio and California
have ilso gone Democratic. Ohio
Clovoland ond California's
majority is up in tho thousands.
moo, Adams in tho Eleventh, aro
Louisiana Everything Democratic
as usual. Light voto.
Maine For Harrison by 11,000 majority.
Maryland Safely Democratic all
along tho lino.
Massachusetts voto for
Harrison. Gov Russell, Dem., seems
to bo hard run and may bo defeated.
Tho Democratic Committoo claims
nussoll's eloction by 1,500.
Michunii Cleveland geti 5 or C
olectoral votes aud Harrison 8 or !!
Republican get met of tho stato
olhcers. Tho congressional delegation
will stand about liko tho
ticket. Both sides claim the Legislature,
which will elect a suce'essor to
Senator Stockhridge, Rp.
Minnesota Hnrrwou electors chov
Congressional delegation undecid
ed. Democrats get ouo aud aro claim
ing two moro districts. Tho legislature
is iu doubt.
Miiiifl3ippi All Democratic in every
Missouri Tlieru wis uayrtr utjy
doubt noout Miswuri, although
nor, Rep , thought ho wasruuniug for
Governor Stone's majority is ery
Montana Stato goos or Har
rison, Legislature is in doubt,
Nebraska Iocomplota returns indi
catoRopublican majority.of SJOOO.jTno
ltnnlilinnnn nnil Itcrt ,TVt.,il!afa nlnytf'
.VU,.U..HHUU huv. ...Mu .,,.,. p u'm.u
od to Congress with two districts in
doubt, with chances of success for
Brynn, Dom., in tho First.
Nevada Roturni indicalo a small
plurality for Woater. Light voto in
Now Hampshiro Tho Stato goos
for Harrison by a small margin.
New York Tho Stnto gives Cleveland
11,000 majority. Bolow tho
bridgo tho majority exceeds 100,000.
Both branchos of tho Legislature aro
Democratic and Bourko Cockran will
bo oloctod to succeed Ulscock iu tho
Now Jersoy Cleveland's plurality
is 8,000 and Worts, Dom., is elected
Governor by a smallor majority.
North Caroliua The third parly
did not roduco the Democratic majority,
which is largo euough for all
North Dakota Moager returns
that tin State Inn gone for
of nil is that
Ohio, where no light was made, has
gono Democratic, or is so close that it
will toko tho official count to decide
it. Ton Democrats aud oloven Republicans
nroeloctod to Congress.
Oregon Harrison will get tho eloo
torinl voto of Oregou, in spite of tho
Pennsylvania Banuor Ropublican
Stato. 05,000 mojorlty for Harrison.
Rhodo Island Claimed for Harrison
by J,000 majority. Safoly
South Carolina Light veto polled,
but nearly ull of it Domocratiu.
Woavor's voto vory small.
South Dakota Harrlsoti carrios
tho Stuto by 2,000. Both Congress-moil
Tonnossoo Overwhelmingly for
Clovoland and Turuey. Majority
Texas Hogg nud Clark, both
Democrats, running a close faco for
Governor, with Nugont, Populist,
ahowingup with a surprising voto.
Stato tickot In doubt, but Cleveland's
majority "out of sight." Latest advices
iudlcato Hogg's election for
Voimput Liko Ponusylyanlo,
is jotuod to her idols and refused
to go with tho crowd,
Virginia 1 horo stood tho mother
of States, with 50,000 mojorlty,
Wnshlugtou Harrison will carry
tho Stato, though returns are still Incomplete
West VirginiaWho elandered
West Virginia by predicting that' ho
X 1 ' s
Governor, by 13,000 majority. Tho
Legislature is Democratic and will
oioctn senator to aawyor,
Wyoming Slnto gooa for Harrison
by a small plurality ovor Weaver.
Where the Landilldo Slid,
Tho following tablo shows tho
torial voto by slatos accordidg to tho
land. son. cr.
Alabama 11 .... ....
Arkansas...... 8 .... ....
California 9 - .
Colorado ..... .... ... 4
Connecticut... 0 .... ....
Delaware..... 3 ....
Kansas....... .... .... JO
Louisiana .... 8
Maino. ....... ....
Mississippi . . I)
Missouri 17 .... ....
Montana . ... 8
Nebraska 8 '
Oregon ...... .... 1
Rhodo Island. . 1.
South Carolina 5) ....
South Dakota. ....
Tennessee .... 12 ....
Vermont...... .... 1
Washington .. 1
West Virginia. C
Wisconsin .... 12 ....
ELLIS' AIAJ0HIT i OVER 4,000.
Tho returns from the Second district
are rxtremoly gratifying. Capt.
Ellis won a grnnd victory orer both
his opponents, getting almost as many
votos as both of them. His majority
in Daviess was pQQ oyor Peft't qnd 2,-110
ovor Kimbley. In this county
the vote stands Ellis 2,313, Kimbley
2,071, Pettit 123. Ellis carrion Hopkins
by 350, Uuion by 1.3C0, McLean
by 300, Henderson by 300, Hincock
by 200 and Webster by 3X). Eili
boats Kimbloy 1,015 and Pottit nearly
Judgo Graro mado n winning race
and bis iu ijority is almost, up to 1 1m
1,000 flguM predicted by thd
tvv wad'- ago Un cnrrifs
Lyou by 221, Trigg by 275a'id Call -way
by 1,030 nvij irity Curistnn
give I tlimgu Lunues 00 1, leaving
J udgo G raco 8$ votes ahead. Tho
wires uc lodown to Murray until Wed
nesday afternoon, mid iu tho abseni o
of iions from Calloway Judco Landoa
was claiming hm election, but &o majority
of 1,050 whon it came settled
J'l rfgy'it" Tcr7 .quickly and
ing carriod by nny houso in tho city,
NEXT TUESDAY'S PRIMARY
DcniocrnUc Nonilnntlons To Ho
Mndo For Tlio Klco-
Hon Dec. 10.
Hnvlng puriflocl tho politics of tho
country, carried Kentucky by an In
creased piajorlty, tho congressional
district by -1,000, tho Judicial district
by 000 nud cut tho Republican ma
jority In Christian county half lu two,
it now remains for us to turn our
to city politics. Hopkinsvillo
must retBiu Its present Democratic
government. Of tho seven wards two
nro now Republican and flvo Demo
crane, inroo wants aro ctoso. ono
now represented by a Republican nnd
two byDeinocrals.Tho Democrats must
got together ond prepare to elect alx
councilmen this year. A stroug man
has consontod to ruu in tho Firit
ward, Mr. J. B, Wost, who can bo
oloctod. Tho voting is viva voce and not
by socrot ballot, as the constitution
provides that tho old charters of cltios
shall remain in effect uutil next year.
Tho first stop is to nominate a gol,
strong tickot noxt Tuesday So far
as now appears thoro will be but fow
changes from the prose nt Board.
Messrs. M, O. Forbes, P, W. Dabney,
E. M. Flnck and W J. Withers will
stand for re-election. Only ono of
those, Mr. Forbes, has nunounccd opposition,
Mr. John Moajon hnviug expressed
a desiro to represent his ward.
In tho Third Mr. Ellis will uot ruu
again nud a mass meeting has
Dr, Bontloy, Mr. N. 7,immpr
was also willing to make tho race, but
it is understood that he will mako no
exertion to secure tho nomination. In
tho First Mr. J. B. West will be nominated,
and iu tho Bloody Fifth tho
empty honor of a actnluatiou will
probably be toudcrod to some good
Qemocrat who is willing to laid a forlorn
A city attornoy Is also to be elected
but there is no candidate out for that
place. Tho Republican mojority in
tho city Tuesday vvas ouly 02 and
with good work this could bo overcome
ngaiu as it was in 1890.
Tho novspaners are already making
Mr, Cleveland's cabinet, Whitney Ig
made Secretary of Stato and Dickenson,
Carlisle, ond others nw provided
pan bo curccj
by tho prompt
tho Inflamed tlssuos.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Go
OUIt BUYER being ac
custont'd to Inning for
for on' of tin I
Loiifcos of (.oiiinvilh1, f. i
Cot t' 'U t(i klnvt I '
Uot as l.irg. as 1 lliftvl '
mid hought t'Mot iro or
dinars ainoiuit of cloth
Consequently We're Overs looked.
WE'VE GOT TO UNLOAD.
Come and get first
early ?7e'll let you know when
it stops. In the mean time OUF
LOSS is YOUR O-AIN.
"I'm uro Til (fire uvtlnfactton,"
aid tho roan who wanted n plans on an
lea wagon. "1'to rot a record n a
sprinter, mister." "What has that to
6 with your, application?" "Why, I
could (ret from tho wagon to tho front
door Iwforo tlio lee mcltft,GTcry time."
Ills Chotco. "Oh, Mr. Hunkcrl" exclaimed
Miss Dorothy, who n nn en
"which of tho
Amcrlcnn tong birds me jou fondest
of?" "I prefer tho heu, SI Ins. Dorothy."
"lint tho hen Isn't a soni? bint " "Well.
H' the only bird whoso lay I ;nro fur."
Detroit l'reo Tress.
2sri$ larva oys
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refrcsuimr to tho taste, nnd acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidnoyi, )
Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches
nnd fovcrs nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs fa tho
only remedy of Ita hind ever produced,
pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
Its action nnd truly beneficial In its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy nnd ngrccahlo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to nil nnd havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in COo
and 81 bottles by nil leading druggists.
Any rcllablo druggist who
may not havo it on hanif will procure
it promptly for nny ono who
wishes to (ry u Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
SAN fDAKISCO, CAU
Lowsmu. nt. new totx, n.r.
' 3 -,
fur - v.j
BIG BOOT SAi.
ONE DAY ONLY.
25 per cent oil on every
YanN North M.ttn nu.l .li i Avenue.
Imported Hockanum Worstead Suits worth
Imported Cassimere Jiffeots, worth
D' B. Cheviot, worth
tsuits. -' - - -
Fine Harris Cassimeres worth
Fine Worsted Suits, worth
Fine Cassimere Ruits worth
Fine Cassimere Suits worth
Union Suits won h
Union Suits worth
Imported English Tricot, worth
Imported City Worst d worth
Imported Ghtiyiots all colors worth
Imported Cheviots all o !ors worth
Fine Cheviot nnd Oassimen s worth
Fine Chivioto au'l Cuss.tiv worth
Union Suits worth
Good Cotton Suits wor r.h
fff wr9 aUyJArtffKVj itl
' ti!? rfj. Ars-v l
vy "ll -
i VDwan can balce scndL a wmn m sev,
ftyct yiown wJBiirouble can cope,
$n c5)2e cant wasn ner cjojjjes
)o perfecljQJi team,
SSAarite Clairette Soap
READ THESE PRICES,
$25.00 for $18.00.
$10-00 for $7.50
10.00 for 7.60
8.00 for 6.00
6.50 for 5.00
5 00 for 4.00
3.50 for 2.60
2.50 for 2.00
1.50 for 1,00
Eememter the Me, Saturday, Nov. 12.
Soot In tie Iwe
Saturday, No v. 12, '92, -
To unload a large stock of boots
we will give one-fourth off the
original price of any boot
. in the house. The greatest
bargain ever .&
IT'S FOR ONE MY
AH wool BeavQrs, worth
B .okManufacturGraand P.nnrifiTH
ZBDE3XCIC: COST E3IiT3D.
Olllcn Sixth Street, rear of l'lanter's Hank.
(LATH A.I.RXAXDEKS HOWL.)
Rooontlr rouovatwl from ortllnr to roof. All Modorn lmprovomiita,
r i(M Ht rl ht ll.k
All wool riecadillys, worth
All wool Casairaoros, worth
,Qood Unions, worth
and telegraph oHioo Entlr
house Hghtwl with iucandmvut liKht. Electric cars pa-n tho door
lor al paru of tho city, $2.50 rtn Dv.
A. '.V. JON'ES,
J. J. SULLIVAX.
J. L. MAIISUAI.L Ja
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VV S. MILLERJj,,,
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.TXJII.u, lrO"V0 12,at9 O'clock,
YOUR DOLLAR WILL GO FARTHER than it ever did before. .
Give it a showing in one GRAND CI EARING SALE.
LET US EXPLAIN
Pino English Meltons north
Extra Loug Tlfttorn, tvoith
Fino Tdoltons, worth
Pino Jfoltons, north
127.60 for 120.00
20.00 for 1C0O
18 00 for
An elegant vlme of
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