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THE LARGEST PIECE
OF GOOD TOBACCO
EVER SOLD FOR Q CENTS
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
ROSSEIt & MCCARTHY,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1893.
P. WAT HARDIN.
For Lieutenant Governor,
R. C. FORD.
L. C. NORMAN.
For Register of tho Land Office,
For Attorney General,
W. J. IIENDRICK.
For Secretary of State,
HENRY S. HALE.
:For Superintendent of Public Instruction,
EDWARD PORTER THOMPSON,
For Commissioner of Agriculture.
ION B. NALL.
For Railroad Commissioner, Third District,
G. R. KELLAR.
For State Senator, Thirty-first district,
THOMAS H. HARRISON,
For Representative from Mason County,
JAMhS K. CAHILL.
Fair wcatlior ; slightly warmer.
A LETTER FROM MR, HARRISON,
He Will Look to the "Welfare and In
terest of All, If He is the
The Courier-Journal correspondent at
Varis has been unable to find a single
Democrat who sanctions the course of
Cassius Marcellus Clay in i.ueinu to
support General Hardin. Cl. v will re
gret his step.
Thomas B. Hakkison for Senator and
James E. Oahill for Representative are
men worthy of tho vote and enthusiastic
support of every man in the county and
district. They are men who will repre
sent tho people and look after tho wel
fare and interest of all.
Tub Louisville Commercial charges,
giving names, that State officials and
clerks got $39,501.50 of tho money that
Tate is accused of running away with.
The Commercial further charges that
those officers and clorks have novor paid
that money back. Greenup Gazotto.
And papers on filo in tho Secretary of
State's office show that a Commission
appointed to audit and settle these
claims has completed its work long ago,
and that $50,000, all that was found duo
on them, has boon paid. And ex-Postmaster
Barrett of Louisville, a prominent
Republican, was a member of tho Com
mission. All of which goes to show that
little rolianco can bo placed in tho Com
mercial's articles. That paper is tho
chief among campaign liars.
Fire Insurance. Duloy & Baldwin.
To the Democrats of the 31t Senatorial
i District, and to My Friends in Lewis and
ifason Counties: All who know mo know
that I am not a politician, nor an office
seeker. My desire is to attend to my
private business, discharge my duties to
my neighbors, and enjoy my home and
family. The nomination for Senator in
this district camo to me from the
Democracy unsought, and highly as I
appreciate tho honor I felt there were
others more in touch with the party
than I, and more capable of serving it
and tho interests of tho people. I have
tried faithfully to decline tho nomina
tion, but have been unable to do so.
Since my party and my friends, irrespec
tive of party, demand that I make the
race, I yield my own wishes and accept
During the short time botween now
and the day of the election, I shall enter
heartily into tho canvass, and do all that
I honestly can to insure success.
I trust my friends in Mason and Lewis
will aid mo in every way, and that all of
them will be at tho polls on Tuesday,
T cannot make a personal canvas ; my
health and the time allotted will prevent,
and I thus send you my letter of accept
ance, feeling that you know tho duty that
is incumbent, and hoping that it will bo
your pleasure, from either a party or per
sonal standpoint, to give mo your hearty
You can rest assured that if I am tho
choice of the people I will look to tho
wolfaro and interest of all, in all matters
that may como before me. Very sincere
ly yours, Tt B. Harrison,
Tho Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Caillouette, druggist, Beavers
ville, 111., says : " To Dr. King's Now
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippo and tried all tho phy
sicians for miles about, but of no avail
and was" given up and told I could not
live. Having Dr. King's Now Discovery
in my storo I sent for a bottle and began
its uso and from tho first doso began to
got bettor, and after using three bottles
was up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. Wo won't keep storo or
house without' it." Get a froo trial at
J. James Wood's drug store.
The work of driving pilos for the im
provements to tho O. and O. at mouth of
Limestone Creek has been completed.
AWashiogton,D. O., Democrat Wants
to Put Up Somo OaBh on
There is a gentleman, a Democrat, in
Washington, who besides being per
fectly responsible from a financial point
of view, ia of a grave and earnest turn,
and never fails to mean every word ho
says. Yesterday ho appeared at tho
Post Building and made tho following
statement, which may bo interesting and
unprofitable to Republicans, with views
touching tho probable outcomes of tho
campaigns now going forward in Mary
land and Kentucky.
"I am becoming exceedingly tired,"
said the gentleman, "with the claims
which it is the humor of Republicans and
kicking Democrats to mako touching
Maryland and Kentucky. On all hands
wo hear their confident assertions that
they will elect their State tickets in both
"Now, I will mako a plain business
proposition and Republicans and kicking
Democrats of speculative turn, and who
know all about the Maryland and Ken
tucky future, may profit by it. They can
take advantage of my folly and besides
covering mo with confusion, as a fool,
and a prophet of falsehood, win hand
somely of my money besides.
I will wager even money, not less
than $100 nor more than $5,000, that the
Democrats elect their candidate for Gov
ernor in Kentucky next Novembor.
I will wager even money, not less
than $100 nor more than $5,000, that
tho Democrats will elect a majority of
tho next Legislature in Kentucky, and
will elect the next United States Senator
from that State.
It is announced that the White Collar
line has purchased tho W. F. Neabetand
will place her in the Pomoroy trade. The
Nesbett is two or three years old, and is
now running between St. Louis and tho
Tennessee river, for which trade she was
built. The boat is 200 feet long, some
what larger than tho Stanley, and is said
to be one of the finest boats of her size
on tho lower Ohio.
Tho National Waterways Convention
at Yicksburg declared in favor of dam
ming tho Ohio, in order to eecure a
better stage of water the year round.
Si'Ecincs 0G, 77, 88 at Armstrong's.
William B. Mblisii, of Cincinnati, was
elected Grand MaBter of the Ohio Grand
Lodge of Masons this week.
Wednesday, Oct, 301
By Sjduoy Grundy. Under the direction
of Gustave Frobman.
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Prices 25, 35, CO and 75 cents.
Sale ol scats at
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r SINGER SKWING MACHINE OFFICE, 113
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"TTT" ANTED To lend on Improved real estato
I t oi,wu i'ii bbvuii yuura ui Kunrmuccu net
cost Sf only 83.M and other sums In proportion.
A: E. COLE & SON. '
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The Hour of Underwear
Has come. We have been in business a long time, each year
bringing you better Underwear at prices closer. This year there ,
is another surprise or two, not gathered haphazard, but chosen
carefully with full knowledge of markets and of your needs.
They are all here in Combination Suits, Vests, Drawers and
Equestrian Tights, and always at less than you expect, if you
can judge quality.
Women's Swiss Merino Vests, fleece
lined, high neck, silk trimmed and long
alcoves. Rare bargain at 25 cents.
Drawers to match at same price.
Women's Jersey Ribbed Merino Vests,
fleece lined, high neck, long sleoveff,hand
Bomely finished, extra quality, 50 conta.
Drawers to match at same price.
Children's Merino and all wool Vests
and drawers, ranging in price from 15 to
75 cents per garment.
Women's Swiss Ribbed All Wool Vests,
white and natural high neck, long sleeves
'and silk trimmed ; very best quality, $1.
Drawers to match at same price.
Women's Swiss Ribbed Combination
Suits, white and natural high neck, long
sleeves, silk trimmed in three qualftics,
at 50, 75 and $1. Same qualities in Com
bination Suits for Children. Our lino of
Children's Underwear is very complete.
D. HUNT & SON.
FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 7 TO 12.
Children's odd Hose 5c. a pair, worth 10c. to
15o.; Children's odd Hobo 10c. a pair, worth 25c;
Ladies' Vests 19c, 25c. quality everywhere ; all
Wool Flannel 19c, regular 25c quality ; hand
some Silks for Waists and Dresses 79c, worth
up to $1.25 a yard ; Ladies' four-button Gloves,
fitted and warranted. $1.00 a pair, regular $1.50
quality ; all Wool Blankets $2.39 a pair, worth
S3.50. These bargains are for this week only,
and for cash only. Give us a call.
PAUL HOEFLICH & BRO.
1 1 II
Handsome French China!
Known the world over as tho richest
and choicest of ceramic productions.
Thin, light, white absolutely free
from crazing. It complements the
things on tbo tabic, pays Its silent
tribute to the good taste of tho hostess.
Wo have Just received a largo invoice
of the newest and prettiest designs,
direct from tho Limoges factory. Wo
should bo pleased to have you call
and examine this elegant ware. Walk
in and look around.
C. D. RUSSELL & CO.,
BREAKS UP A COLD.
Sold Everywhere-25 and 50c Per Bottle. No Relief, No Pay.
50c size contain! two and one half times as much as xjc bottle.
HERB MEDICINE CO. SPRINQPIELD. O.
Notice ol Election!
MASON' COUNTY COURT.
Tho Commonwealth of Kentucky.
to Writ of Election.
Tho Sherlffof Mason County.
Whereas a vacancy exists In tho office of Con
stable In Justices' districts Nos. 1 and 0,of Mason
County, you are hereby directed, as provided by
Section 1523 of Article 7, of Chapter 41 of tho Ken
tucky Statutes, to havo au election held for tho
ofllce of Constable for Mason County in tho dis
tricts aforesaid, at tho regular election to bo held
on Tuesday, November 5, 1895, to fill said vacan
cies for the unexpired term ending tho first Mon
day in January, 1SD7.
Given under my hand this 0th day of October,
1895. MORRIS C. IIUTCIIINS,
Attest: Judge Masou County Court.
W'm. D. CociMAN, Clerk.
Hy lloraco J. Cochran, D. C.
Now, therefore, In pursuauco of the foregolnjr
order of tho Mason County Court, I do hereby
glvo notice to tho qualified voters of tho First.
Second and Third wards, in Justices' district No
land Sardls No. 13. West Maysllck No. 11, East
Ma slick No. 15, In Jtibtlccs' district No. G, that
a poll will bo oponcd In said precincts at tho
usual voting places therein, on Tuesday, Novem
ber 5th, 1895, between tho hours prescribed by
law, for the purpose of electing a Coustablo in
said Justices' districts No, 1 and No. C.
Given under my hand this October 18th. 1895.
' Id J. C. JEFFERSON, Sheriff M. C.
Thb Wkkkly Bulletin $1.50 a year.
Evininq Bulletin $3 a year. Subscribe.
We do not wish to annoy the readers of
tho Uui i.ktin by a long advertisement,
but8tmply wish to call to mind that this
fall you can buy first quality goods from
us cheaper thau you over bought before,
aud to Impress upon your mind that tho
coming season will find us prepared to
show the most elegant Hue of
this city has cvor seen, and our prices, as
usual, will bo found to suit everybody.
Try our Blended Cotl'eo, tho best In tho
city for 30 cents. You aro luvltcd to call.
CUMMINS & REDMOND,
Third and Limestone.
Tho firm of TomlinBros.,of Murphysvtllo.Ky.,
havo dissolved partnership. Thoso finding them
selves Indebted to the firm will pleaso call and
settlo with V. S. Tomlln. W. S. Tomlin will set
tlo all debts of tho firm. TOMLIN 11ROS.,
tfd Murpbysvllle, Ky.