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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1899.
Jin. GnKiH:ii didn'jt know tlitit
Brynn's trip to Kentucky was
Ooit County Election (Jonimis
sioners havo not yet had time to
tabulate tbo returns and certify
to them, although the count was
inado last Friday and the result
Tiik recent elections did not
furnish any ammunition to tho
American supporters of Agui-
naldo chief of whom, says a
Tnuul newspaper editorially, is
W. J. Bryan.
Ex-Sknatoh Mandkkson has
shown that a United States regu
lar army of 05,000 men today is
proportionally smaller than an
army of 20,000 was in 1849, or
25,000 in 1870.
"Tnurii crushed to earth will
rise again." Many honest men
who supported Qoebol are now
refusing to countenanco tho pro
posed steal and are admitting
IIonkst democrats who sup
ported tho Goebel ticket for
"regularity" have been admit
ting publicly for several days,
in many places in tho state, that
Goebel is defeated.
It is reported that some people
who wore vitally interested in tho
result of the election in this
county had and have put large
btakes on the results. The ques
tion of proprieties does not fig
ure. Tiik talk of prosecution of elec
tion manipulators before the
Federal courts has proven to bo
no bluff. Many arrests havo al
ready been made and Judge Wal
ter Evans promises to givo those
who are convicted the full ex
tent of the law.
How does tho loss of life in tho
British war in South Africa com
paro with the loss in the Spanish
American war? The comparison
has knocked all tho wind out of
those who but recently criticised
the Administration for the loss
of life in our own army in Cuba.
Wi: publish today a full and
clear statement of tho election
situation by State Chairman
Geo. W. Long, lie witholds no
figures, nor facts about the
manner in which tho election
has been conducted, and is firm
and confident as to the final re
Pkkiiai'S the mystery with
which Bryan concealed the pros
pectus of his reasons for coming
to Kentucky has been revealed.
lie said "watch my first speech,"
but most people failed to discover
the effect of his speeches until
the returns came in after the
It is said that when a motion
was made before Circuit Judge
Jones in Nelson county to pre
vont the 1,10.' votes boing count
ed for "W. IV Taylor, instead
of W. S. Taylor, the judge "jess
iaffed" and referred tho motion
to the Goebel State Board. This
is reminiscent of a recent caBO
tried in Caldwell county when
the Republican nominee for Re
presentative was denied a place
on tho ballot books by the circuit
judge of this district.
No estimate is published as to
the amount of "public senti
ment" influenced by the con
certed publication in all the Goe
bel democratic papers of tho
state last week -of Qoobel's pic
ture coupled with his interview
in which ho claimed to bo elected.
This concerted publication was
made by instructions from Uroy
Woodson in this end of tho state
and appeared immediately fol
lowing the appearance of those
two roosters in tho Courier-Journal.
But the effort does not seem
to havo forced public sentiment
nor to havo quieted tho clamors
of the people for an honest count.
Hon. John Bakuktt, President
Cleveland's minister to Siam,
says of our futuro commercial
relations with the Orient: "The
time i'h rapidly approaching when
Japan, China, Korea, Siam and
tho Philippines will consume
, every pound of the South's sur-
plus cotton,manufactured or raw,
and make hor absolutely indo
pcudont of the British or the
Euroj)ean market. Every farmer,
laborer and manufacturer in the
South should have deep concern
in America's Asiatic opportunity
There should not be a discordant
note from the Roanoke to the
Rio Grande in support of a policy
to extend, protect and control
tho markets of the Orient."
AoainTiiu Bkk is first in tho
field with the official election
We publish today the oilicial
vote by precincts. These figures
were given us Tuesday by elec
tion Commissioners Finley and
Lall'oon and are correct and of
ficial. In 1807, some of our
readers will remember, Tiik Bkk
was tho only paper, in Hopkins
County to publish the oilicial and
correct returns by precincts.
The two Madisonvillo papers
published what they called tho
"official" vote, but both
bles were printed from
same form and were full
gross errors, which were never
corrected. In this instance al
though the county board can
vassed the returns last week and
announced tho result, tho Madi
sonvillo Hustler did not publish
a figure in its Tuesday edition,
although it had the table with
tho unofficial vote in its Friday
Countlng Out In Kentucky.
It is a sorry political spectacle
that is going on in Kentucky.
The qualified voters of tho state
havo met and elected a Governor.
A majority of the votes is un
questionably registered for ono
of the candidates. But an elec
tion law contrived in the interest
of a party is now applied to alter
tho returns sufficiently to givo
the certificate of election to tho
candidate who received the few
est votes. The plot stands forth
in full view and its details na
turally interest tho whole coun
try. A majority for Taylor, the
Republican candidate, is in tho
ballot boxes beyond denial,
though tho Goebel Democrats
were in control of the election
machinery of the state, the coun
ties and the precincts. The ex
tent to which this worked to the
disadvantage of the Republican
candidate, by obstruction and
otherwise, can never be known.
In spite of the Goebel election
boards, supreme everywhere in
tho precincts, tho returns give a
majority of several thousand for
Taylor. As the Goebel law failed
to pervert tho election at tho
polls to tho extent desired its
other provisions nre brought in
to play to falsify the count.
Several counties must be
thrown out bodily to effect this
result. In Nelson county the
name of Taylor was correctly
spelled on the tickets, but tho
county clerk, a Goebolite, had
certificates printed in which Tay.
lor's middle initial was orrono
ous. This misprint, due to :
county clerk devoted to tho can
didate who is to bo tho benofi
ciary of tho error, is relied on to
get rid of 1108 votes. In Knox
county it isproposed to throw out
a Taylor majority of 1230 because
it is alleged the ballots woro too
thin. In Lewis county there is
a Taylor majority of 701, but the
election omcers, without giving
reasons, refuse to certify tho re
turns. Even theso changes would
not secure a Goebel majority, so
other counties are held in reserve
for whatever further manipula
tion may bo needed. Goebel
claims his election by u daily
telegram, though tho figures havo
been plainly against him from
tho first. Ho is consistent in one
respect, ins election law was
conceived and pushed through
tho Legislature to insure hisfac
tion against tho Iobs of any elec
lion. Alter inventing a sure
thing game he simply takes the
next step in applying it. St
oouinern uemocrats are uy no
means united against expansion.
Senators Daniel,Morgan and Mc-
Laurim have expressed their op
position to giving tip the Phil
ippines. Aim now conies sen
ator Caffery, the latest southern
senator to declaro for expansion
Qeorge Boyd Dead.
Mr. George Boyd died at hiulioino
at tliis placo Tuesday afternoon. IIi
had boon very low with typhoid
fever quite awhilo and his death waf
not a surprlso to IiIh family and
iridium, air. jioyu nau been em
ployed in tho L. & N. shops hero for
years, and M-as an honoHt and hard
working man. lie was good citi-
zonand was held in high esteem by
all who know him. Ho leaves a
wlfo and throo children who havo
tho slucorost sympathy of The Bek
and all its roadcrs.
Mr. Luther V. Koontz,tho popular
drummer for W. F. Malu Jewelry
Co., of Iowa City. Iowa, has. been
mixing with his many friends hcrofl
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A Populist Victory.
Tho only tiling tlmt Mr. Bryan enn
claim Is that liy rallying tho Demo
crats and Populists of his own Stnto
of Nebraska, ami by bogging thom
to givo tho fusion ticket a majority
as ii compliment to him. ho did man
age to Increnso tho fusion plurality.
It lit tills cannot bo wild to bo a Dem
ocratic victory. It was Indeed a
Populist victory, and tho most that
Mr. Hrynn can claim for it Is that it
was a Republican defeat. Wo are not
going to make any predictions, but It
does Boom to us that this Is enough
to retiro William J. Uryan from tho
race in 1000. Richmond, Va., Times.
It is a pleasure to bo nblo to noto
the great resentment slioun by tho
railroad employes at tho late elec-'
tion. Thoir company had been un
justly assailed by uooiiol, aWio rep
resented ono of tho Democratic fac
tions as candidate for Governor. Ho
made ono of tho chief issues of tho
campaign an attack on tho Louis
ville & Kashvillo railroad company,
threatening if elected, to uso his in
fluence to take away from thom
their charter, in fact do all in his
power to wreck tho road. Such
throats were enough to fully arouso
every faithful omployce, and they
did rally to the support of thoir em
ployes regardless of politics and
the returns fully show thnt wher
over a number of them resided, their
vote was cast against oppression.
As an illustration take tho vote of
Louisville, Rowling Green and
Earlington, and it can bo easily seen
on which sido of tho fence thoy wero
lined up. In fact all over tho state
their influonce for right and against
one who was a declared enemy of
thoir company, was keenly felt,
even the section foromon wero gen
erally found defending tliolr com
pany by his ballot. Thoy took tho
view that what hurt or crippled Ms
company meant in tho end a loss to
them by reduction of wages.
Among thoso who took an active
part against Goobolism hero on
election day was Conductor L. R.
Waltz, Yardmastcr Lawronco Kll
roy and Suporvibor Sullivan. Thoy
throw politics asldo for a day and
tho big majority rolled up for Tay
lor is partially lndebtod to their
The tool car and contents of the
Mannington section was burned up
last Friday, having caught from n
spark from a passing engine. Only
tho tlmoly nppearanco of tho water
station engineer baved tho telegraph
A new telegraph olllco is bolng
built at Kollys, ami for, the present
tho olllco undor tho charge of Jesso
Coilmnu is in tho section house
Agent Orr, of Kurlington, has had
soino needed improvements mado in
his olllco by tho carpenters and a
now roof has boon put on depot nnd
Dispatcher Griilln, who lias boon
away from his Ohio homo for tho
last six years, loft last Saturday for
a visit thoro for ono month. .
During tho nbseueo of Dispatcher
Orlilln, it will bo Dispatcher Powell
on tho north ond, and a good man lio
Operntor Gardner is now here in
tho dispatcher's olllco as copying
Wo bid to tako Issue with tho
Louisville Dispatch of last Sunday,
wliou in an editorial it confessed
that Goebel's attack on tho L. & N.,
had been a source of strength to
him. Tho weight of that argumont
can bo seen when ono goes back and
looks over his canvass for tho nom
ination. Ho mado tho L. & N. an Is
suo thou nnd went into tho conven
tion with less than ono fifth of tho
tho dolegatos pledged to him. It
gave him no additional votes then
nor In our opinion did it on olectlon
Tho failure to throw a switch to
propor position catibed two cars to
bo partly ditched near Xortonvlllo
last Friday night.
A now brick oil house is now about
completed at Karlington nnd Foro
mnu O'Rrion says that for tho sizo
of tho placo ho will soon bo as woll
or hotter equipped than than any
terminal station on tho L. & N. sys
tem. Ono of tho throo now iron bridges
being put in by tho L. & N. near
Hopklnsvlllo is now completed.
Supervisor McVey lias charge of tho
The rush of freight business still
continues on tho Henderson divis
ion and an additional crow has
lately boon nddod to tho forco by
Master of Trains Dovnoy.
Tho breaking down of tho onglno
at Nortonvlllo, lias rendered tho
oleotric switch and signal plant
thoro usoloss for tho last fow weoks.
Tho Nadhvlllo American says of
the coutomplntod raibo In rates:
"In railway circles It is regauled
HOPKINS COUNTY OFFICIAL VOTE.
Election November 7, 1899.
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Pluralities Taylor, 290; Robinson,
as almost certain there will be a
general advauco in coal rates during
tho next week or ten days, perhaps
within a fortnight. Tho recent ad
vances in coal will causo tho In
crease in freight rates.
"Coal cars nre scarcer now than
they woro several months ngo, when
tho hauling of tho winter's supply of
coal was boguu, tho demand today
boing almost twice, as great as at
that time. Tho railroads, feeling
that they are nntitled to n reason
able share of tho general prosperity,
havo advanced rates on tho fuel,
several of , tho Eastern ones having
ordered another ralso, to go into ef
fect next Monday. Tho ndvanco
of next week applies to points west
of tho Rig Four Road from Clove
land to Columbus, and will bo on
shipments from West Virginia,
Pittsburg and Ohio fields. It will
bo 15c a ton to points in Illinois,
Indiana and Western Michigan,
nnd loc a ton to Ensteru Indiana,
Western and Northern Ohio and
Eastern Michigan. At present tho
coal traflle associations nro prepar
ing tho traflle on the bnsls of the ad
vance, which soon will bo issued.
"Thpro have been rumors in south
ern railway circles of a material in
crease in the freight rates on
coal. Tho shipments from Tenn
essee nro heavy and this ndvanco
will bo looked forward to by South
ern coal mine oporntors with great
DOWN IN THE MINES.
Richard Salmon, of tho Crabtrco
mine, lias just reasons to feol proud
of tho record ho made on election
day, his precinct showing tho largest
Taylor majority of any In the county
Tho now mine operators now nro
Rarnott & Arnold, who havo
charge of tho Stono & Wllllt mlno,
who aro working qulto a forco" and
selling to tho local trado a flue lot of
West Virginia lias become tho llrst
Stato for ail ond lumber, tho second
for coke and tho third for coal. It
has thirty-six railroads projected,
eight of which aro under construc
tion. Kentucky's former Mine Inspector,
C. J. Norwood, is now doing niiuo
surveying for tho St. Rernnrd Coal
Company, at St. Charles, where tho
company is preparing to Increase its
coal production to meet tho growing
Wo must say that tiio miner who
went around on election day boasting
of tho fact that ho would veto as ho
pleased rcgardloss of tho olfect Ills
vote would havo on his and others
lnhor, simply allowed that ho had
neither his or his company's inter
ests at heart.
Ask your physician this ques
tion, "What is the one great
: remedy for consumption?"
He will answer, "Cod-liver
i oil." Nine out of ten will
I answer the same way.
Yet when persons have
consumption they loathe all I
fatty foods, yet fat is neccs- f
sary for their recovery and 1
mey cannot laite piain coo.
; liver oil. The plain oil dis
turbs the stomach and takes
away the appetite. The dis
agreeable fishy odor and
taste make it almost uncn- j
durable. What is to be done? i
This question was ans- I
wered when we first made I
I of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphite. Although that
was nearly twenty-five years 1
ago, yet it stands alone to-
I day the one great remedy
for all affections of the throat
f and lungs.
1 ne oad taste and odor nave been
taken away, the oil itself has been
partly digested, and the most sen
sitive stomach objects to it rarely.
not one in ten can ia.e ana aisesi
i the plain oiL Nine out of ten can
taXe SCOTTS EMULSION and di
gest it That's why it cures so
many cases of early consumption.
Even in advanced cases It brings
comfort and greatly prolongs life.
and Si do. all druaalsts.
01 UOWNt, Chemists, Ntw York.
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Joseph Jones.a lad of sixteen years,
was caught by tho "shaking nrm"
whllo descending tho breaker at tho
' Mahonoy City (Pa.) colliory, Novein
bor 2, and had botli legs broken near
tho kneo nnd was othorwlso injured,
which resulted in dentil a fow hours
In Muhlenberg and Hopkins coun
ties, wlioro a lnrgo number of minors
nro employed, Taylor Booms to hnvo
boon a favorite, and only two mining
points in Hopkins county shows
Goebel in tho lend anil that was
Rarnsleyand Mortons tlnp, but In
thoso precincts tho country vote
seem to havo been tho cause of that
Superintendent Win. Wnlton, of
tho Rnrnsley mlno, says that thoy
aro doing n rushing business thoro,
nnd thnt tho men under tho new
lnanngeinont nro gotting out moro
coal than over before and are proud
of tho chance to do so. There nro a
number of good miners up thoro nnd
thoy nro going to make tho miners
nt Heela hustle to keep up with them.
Anent tho fighting In South Africa,
the'Dundeo coal fields nro tho main
source of supply for tho nnval and
merchnnt vessels frequenting tho
port of Durban. Tho loss of theso
fields for tho tlmo boing will compel
tho government to go elsewhere for
conl after tho stock on hnud is used
dp', nnd It might prove a sorlous In
convonionco if tho war should bo
The prosperous workiugmen of tho
country ovidontly remembered on
tho last election day tho failure of
an experhnont in ehnngo of admin
istration mado in 18J2, nnd this ac
counts for the unexpectedly largo
Republican vote in tho great manu
facturing sections wlioro Protection
has brought prosperity to ovory lino
of industrial enterprise.
Ono of tho pleasing results of tho
Into election is tho town ticket nt
Mortons Gap headed by Superin
tendent Harris, of tho South Dia
mond mlno, and wo wish to refer
most especially to Mr. Harris suc
cess, becauso for months, or wo might
wiy, years past, ho lias been nil ob
objeetof attack by tho V. M. W.,
and they nnturally mndo a deter
mined ollort to defeat him, and tho
result shows what pooplo think of
ono wlio is sincere yot freo from
mnlico In his opposition to an organ
ization. Thoy learn to respect him,
as was shown in this caso when ho
ho led tho tickot.
Total production of coal in Ken
tucky in 181)8, ;!,S87,008 short; spot
Kentucky was ono of tho twenty
two States whose coal product In
1K93 wfts tho Inrgcst on record. Com
pared with 1807, tho product hi 1893
showed an increnso of 285,811 short
tons, or 7.1) per cent, witli an In
creased vnluo of over 2IjO,000 practi
cally In direct proportion to the
increase in tonnage.
Kentucky is tho only Stato in tho
union whose coal product is obtained
from any two of tho great Holds.
Tho Appalachian fields crosses tho
eastern end of tho Stnto, and the
central or Illinois Hold lias its south
ern oxtrcmlty in tho western part.
The western Hold contributed about
GO per cent of tho output In the Inst
two years; but CO per cent of tho In
crease in IBUSwns from tho eastern
There nro no completo statistics
concerning the uso of machines In
the State Inst year, as some opera
tors failed to reply to the inquiries
of tho department upon thnt subject.
From tiio incomplete data it appears
that there was a slight decrease in
the number of mncliinos in uso,
While tho product of thoso in uso
was approximately 1,400,000 short
tons, an Increnso of nbout 100,000
tons over 1897.
Thoro woro twolvo mines nt which
strikes occurrdd In 1898. Tho long
est ono lnsfcd flvo mouths, the short
est ono two days. Tho total nurhbor
of men mndo idle was 812, who lost
an avcrago of G2 days each, entailing
a loss of '13,809 working days.
Hopkins county is by far tho larg
est producer, with a product both in
1897 and 181)8 approaching closo to
1,000,000 short tons. Ohio county,
soeqnd, had an average product of
about 100,000 tons for tho two years,
Roth of theso counties are In tho
western Hold, and both showed ft
slightly decreased output in 1898
was 145,402 tons greater than in 1897,
tho comparatively small in output
in 1897 boing duo to tho six-months'
striko in 8 of tho 12 mines of tho
county, nnd aifcctlng n total of 1,000
Of tho total product of tho Stato,
3,5!17,42u tons woro shipped; 253,029
tons sold to local trado; 55,200 tons
consumed at tho mines nnd 41,014
tons mndo Into coko.
Thoro wero 110 mines in operation,
working nn avoragaof 187 days nnd
giving omploymont to 7,014 men.
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CiiuiRTiAN Chukchi. I. H. Teel,
pastor. Services second and rourtli
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Sundny-Rchool nt 0:30. l'rpyor meet
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ills former country homo In order
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Constipation means tho accumula
tion of wnsto matter that should he
discharged daily, and unless this is
dono the foul matter Is absorbed and
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rrico 00 cents. St. Jiernnrii urug'
Timber men aro vory busy in Muh
lonburg. Crows nro nt work nil over
tho county, nnd great numbers of
logs nro bolng put to tho various snw
mills. Tho prlco of timber nnd
lumber is good and tho demand is
I.Ike the littlo hoy that the calf
ran over, John R. McLean dldn
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held at Frankfort, December 1, for
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in which city lie prenched the first
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lives. Price SiT cts. St. Roman! Drug
Tho Episcopal Congress decided
"so-called Sunday legislation should
not bo enacted or enforced nn rollg
lous grounds any moro than legisla
tion concerning theft or murder. Wo
givo up our strength when wo try to
mnko inon religious by forco,"
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Dnnforth, of La Orange, (In.,
sulforcd Intensely for six months
with a frightful running sore on his
leg, but writes thatRucklon'K Arnica
Salvo wholly cured It In ton days.
I'or Ulcers, Wounds, Rums, Rolls',
Pain or Pllos, it's tho host salvo In
In tho world. Curo guaranteed. Only
25c. Sold by St. Rornnrd Druggist.
John Enders, the Paducali man
who shot himself nftor he had killed
his sweetheart, Mrs. Shirley, dlod
Mondny nftor throo days of lntouso
suirering. Ho wns shot twico through
Thousands of men nnd women suf
for from PlIeB, especially womon
with fomalo wcaknoss hnvo tills suf
fering to contend with in addition to
tliolr other pains. Tnblor's Ruckoyo
Pile Ointment will quickly eilect n
curo. Prlco CO cts in bottlos, tubes
70 cts. St. Rornnrd Drugstore
Tho now York Press very appropri
ately snys: "Whon a man gets too
moral to honor tho American Hag, It
is high timo for him to go somowlioro
wlioro It will not causo him pain."
The Plaining eye, Uuojant foouiep and Rosy
Completion remit from the ute o( I)r M. A
blramont Liter Medicine.
It is said thnt John K. Hondrick
will entor tho raco for Congress in
in Chnrlio Wheolor's district next
year. Tins is surely 11 tnrec cornered
afTair, With Hondrlc'ks.Whcolor and
James, all nftor tho nhim. It Is very
Lllkoly that our Domocrntlo brethron
01 tlmt district win nave a lively 0111
NUBIAN TEA cures Dj3pcp-
Bia, Constipation and Inui
gsetion. Regulated tho Liver. Price, 25 eta.
Sold by St. Rernard Drug Store.
! CLOTHING, p
Tho bulk of our Full and Winter Clothing is on
uur counters now, and wo nro rendy for brtsi
' miss. In fact tho early cool weather lins caused
our customers to rush in upon us before wo aro
nblo to "spread" ourselves over our new room
ns wo intended. Wo hoped to hnvo hnd nil thiiics
in-ranged nicely in plenty of timo for early luill
Trado, but, our "boss i. 0., the pooplo Bay nuy ;
thoy want-to buy NOW, bo wo Imvo pulled oil'
our coat, rolled up our alcoves, nnd nro now "in
it" and "at it" with "both feet" and "both
lunula," for nil it is worth. Como right along,
Indies nnd goiitleinoii. Wo nro nt your coin
maud; wo aro awfully anxious for you to
keep us lmrd at work. Our Clothing, Wraps,
Dress Goods and Shoes aro now open to you,
and wo must sav wo aro perfectly satisfied with
each. Wo nover had a purchase we wero as
proud of. Come in and partake. Tho values
aro good, the styles are ri,",M and the prices
BISHOP & CD.
YOUn MONEY DAOK IF YOU WANT IT.
H N. B. Miss Sallic
19 frnm tlm WphK .nnrl lm
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40 1 lliliiiuila illiu VJU11U1.1I
j finishing touch.
I iw$ 1 jjHjymy my j' 3.11.13.", t y ,u.fi'
I Open All Might.
A PLANS. DETAILS. 8PEO
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a FicATioiMcuNTHAGT gUnraneoiI. KstlmntCBchecrfully L'ivn K?
j DRAWNUPON8HORTNO- on nil kinds building nnd sjieclni work. M?
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Cjswyjwill(m tFgWnlwnnMff3W iOTXlKviKfiM V
GEORGE O. TOY, h
j First-Class Equipment
IIMMIII '' mnomiim
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The matron of a . .1 1.noun MaMtfc II m (iicr' iw otic inmate,
seventy years of age, who has "been in the iiifirinar for '".rce years,
a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been takin ; K. ,1.1ns Tab
ulcs about a year and a half and finds them so benuki il that he is
nevcrithout them. He is willing th.it his name should be used in
a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person
to try Them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution,
eighty-four years of age, lias had liver trouble for many years and
finds that R'l'P'A'NS help him very much. They also have two
nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; bothsuffer
from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv
ousness. They take the Tabulcs and find them so useful that they
always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states:
that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indiges
tion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the
Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to have her
name used in a testimonial.
TTAnTKDi-AcAieerbftdbe&uiiUut ifi p-jL'N-fl UI not UaMlt. Tbe tanUfc jlo tad proton Ufa. Or
rtr relief. Hot the wont IU l-A rtfl a trx jwAand wi sutMUtuw. Ft 1 t"A N ft, 10 for ft (, w
VOTVMTV WIH (Wr ITIHB. UMJ M IWI HUT UU( WI.
mtUtd I any !! Car h eeaUs I orwtrdwl o tb Hlptm
A BOON TO MANKIND!
D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents.
JAMES F.BALliRO.S&PfvWw, - - 310 Ntrfli M Strut, ST. LOWS, !V
Browning has jut returned
nivpn our Dross Goods.
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uij uuuuo ou'i.no iih,ii 1.
y iMC,u; t ..'fflH$l f m t y y
Does the Livery Business?.
Ask your neighbors.
Thoy all say that wo
haul better loads, fur-
nisli best teams, ami al- M,tt- f
ways at tho right price. . j r
Barnett & Arnold.!
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M. McGORD, L
Contractor and Builder
IS YIn tXPIHIINCI I
MI classes of bulldlnpt erected nnd 'tV.
mndo completo ready for occupancy,
inciiuiiniriiieiurnisuini'oi an mater-'
mechanical nnd common labor..
Prlco reasonable nnd satisfactloiu
mo a cnance niyour woric.
(Soecenorto IikcDitIi.) $
1 iwctavr m. rrctrrk Z
i-ivi-ni ubrccu k
At tho Old Stand, on
Main streot, Just
west 01 juepot.
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CtMaUoi Orx, ha. Iff bsnm W., Kiwlotk.
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