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I WAYPXfnwr VJ Va I Oflhe Main St., Opposite Court-house. -National Bank Building. A MCDCniTU FAIRMONT0TRyUSTLCO. BLDG., K^t^FAlRMQNT. W. Va. Wife'. DR. H. B.B/ All Calls Prom J Office and, Hospital, Morga , SAM L. B. HOLBE RT. v mi t t? #i : me mm lit UNDERU JACOBS BUILDING, Sectional With d.ws II I j:" One of the pleasi Possible only 1 One of Our Eight-Wire An ever increas grade rugs. Fairmont Fu INUZUM & R< 119 Main St. Tl 5 Office Hoar#?10-11 a. m.; 2-4 p. 'm.; 7-8 p. m, H. R. J0HN80N, M. D., Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat FAIRMONT, W. Va. Office, 225,' People's Bank. JOHN R. COOK, M. D? FAIRMONT, W. Va. Office at Hospital. DR. 0. L. L. YOST, Residence, new building, ' Fairmont Avenue. F. W. HILL, M. D. Office hours: ? Woman's Hospital, Qulncy end Jackson streets, 1 to 2 ind 5 to 7 p. m.; Rooms 206 and 107 Jacobs Building, Monroe street, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. DR. V: A. SELBY, FAIRMONT, W. Va. Office Opposite Court-bouse. W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON, Physicians and Surgeons, MADISON STREET, IDMnVT W \7a I OR. LEE LEMASTERS, Osteopathic Physician. Office Rooms, 208 and 209, Jacob; Building, Monroe Street Beil Phone, 197L. DENTISTS. DR. A. R. BADGLEY, Dentist. Vitalized Air Oiven With Extraction if Desired. Prices Reasonable. All 1 Work Guaranteed. 1 i. DR. J. O. MclMEELY, Dentist 1 Main Street, I 1 FMRMONT. W. Va VRTHOLOW, geon and Dentist. iptly Answered nton and Fairmont, W. Ya. CALL EDW. F. HOLBERT. BROTHERS, j awm] TwnniiAtiAA 4 UUfll JJISIUMUB l/RITERS FAIRMONT, W. VA * Book-Cases I ? ng Arrangements ; writhfthe Macev i Tapestry Designs 9x12. sing line of higher !, s si irnire Go., : OSS, Props. HE STORE WITH A RECORD , uvmvimwwwwiArwwinnnnm. ^ n ' - ? sulci:' "M r. Hushes is > unquestionably elected and win haire a plurality of 40,000. As to the Congressmen I teel that Mr. Bennett, Mr. Olcott and myaelf are also elected, aad I am informed-that Mr. Wells has been elect ed In tbe Bronx." NEW YORK. Nov. C.-Sixteen hundrcd and tlilrty-two districts outside of New York Cfty slvo Hughes 269. SCI, Hearst 198,827. The sitae districts In 190.4 gave Hlgglns 293,049, Herrick 213,496. Four hundred and twenty election districts out of 607 in borough of Brooklyn give Hearst 87,209, Hughes 87,003. NEW YORK, Nov. C.-Flfteen hundred and six districts outside of New Yorlt. one half the State onlslde of New York City, glvo Hughes 241,947, Hearst, 186,760. NEW YORK, Nov. 0.-1,930 districts outside of New York, gave Hughes, 301,051; Hearst, 226.923. NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-1,210 districts In til-eater New rorit sue new?i -u,,583; Hughes, 203,380. NEW YORK, NoV. 6.-1,140 election dlslrlcls out of 1,187 In Greater New York gives Hearst 226,032; Hughes, 175,224.. NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-1.041 (lis tricts outside of New York City give Hushes 290,977; Hearst 217,497. NEW YORK. Nov. 6.-2,719 ills triots, outside of New Y'orlt City, give; Hughes, 338,466; Hearst, 24S.445. The same districts In 1904 gave Hlg gins 282,277: Herrick, 271,312. NEW YORK. Nov. 6.-At 11:45 p ill. the World says that Chattier, Dem Dcrnt ami Independence league,- was slecled Lieutenant Governor. NEW YORK. Nov. 6.?Twenty-five hundred anil five districts, five-sixths if the districts outside New Y'ork City, rive Hughes 387.034; Hearst 280,28.7. | ir I Ills ratio Is maintain Hughes wlil tome to New York City with 12C,onfl majority. NEW YORK. Nov. C.?Max llimson, VIr. Hearst's campaign manager, sal.) tt !i:.'!5 o'clock to-night that he tellcveil that Mr. Hearl had a safe forking majority despite claims to the lonlrary. Lewis Stuyvesant Chanter, candllate for Lieutenant Governor on the ndcpendenct* League anil Democratic Ickets, when told to-night of the re lorl that he had been elected said: "1 should bo very sorry indeed to he dected If Mr. Hearst should he deenlcd." MICHIGAN. JAY CITY. Mich, Nov. II.?For Coil:rcss, in the MIcldgAn Tenth district. Jeorge A. Lornl, Republican, is elecrid. He hud no opositlon. For Congress in the Fifth .Michigan llstrlct William Allien Smith, Repttbican. is elected. In the Second dls idct, Charles K.; Townscml. Republitari,' Is elected. Jn the Eighth disrlct, Joseph VV. Fordney, Republlcnn, s elected. For Congress In the Fourth district. 3dward L. Hamilton, Republican, is ilected. DETROIT. Mich. Nov. 0,?Governor iVttrner and the entire Republican tickit have been elected by sixty to one tundred thousand. The Republican Congressional candidates In each of he twelve Michigan districts have teen elected and the Republicans will ulve a large majority in the State .eglslatttre with a possibility of its intlre membership. FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE, Fla.,'Nov. 0.?All he Democratic candidates in Florida ire elected. The Legislature Is probiltly unanimously Democratic. The imposition UdVOCttieu iJ,v uuvenim Jroward to drain the Everglades eems to be defeated. MINNESOTA. ST. PAUL. Minn.. Nov. II.-?For Con :ress: Third district,.Charles R. Dais. Reptiblicnn; Seventh district. AnInnv ,T. Volsled. Republican: Rightli listrlet. ,T. Adam Bedo. Republican; <lnih (listKct, Halver Steoucrson, Rentblieun. elected. ^ Pirsl district, J. A. Tawnuy. Ueptibicnn. is elected. All Democratic nominees for Con:resK are elected. WINCONSIN. MINWAVKER, Nov. G.?For Con n;oa. First district?Henry A. Cooprr, R. Sixth district?Chnrles II. Weiss. 0. ' Seventh district?.lohn .1. Esch, Re- i iiiidl'can. Eighth district?James II. David011, Republican. Tenth district?Elmer A. .Morse. : tepuhltcan. Eleventh district?John J. Jenkins, 1 tc|ii!i)lican, elded. NEW MEXICO. AI.HUQUERQUE, N. M? Nov. 'artlnl .returns from seven counties nt of 23 in New Mexico, give joint lateliood a majority 01 a.wm. naporm u fin received indicate thut tlio torItory will go tor jointure by from 4,00 to 7,000. Early reports Indicate lie fiction of Andrews, Republican, elogntc to Congress' OHIO. CINCINNATI. Ohio. Nov. C.?Renins are coming in slowly. Returns revived from tea precincts In Cln 2,800. Seine precincts last year gave Hcrrlck. Republican (or Governor, 3,138: Patterson! Democrat,, 3,531. CINCINNATI, Nov. C. ? Sixty precincts outside of Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo, give Thompson. Republican, for Secretary of State, 4,300;. Hoskins, Democratic, ICOC. " The same precinct In 1905 gave Pattison, Democrat, 4,484 and Hcrrick, Republican, 4,300, a Republican gain of 857. ' For Congress?In the Twenty-first district, Theodore E. Burton, Republican, is elected. SPRINGFIELD,. Ohio. Nov. G.? 20 precints In Springfield and Clarlt county show the entire Republican ticket elected by pluralities of from 1,200 to 1.500. PENNSYLVANIA. PHILADELPHIA, Nov <!.?1The polls closed in tills city at 7 o'clock to nLlit without any serious disorder. The unusually heavy vole polled today Is taken as au indication that the local fusion ticket headed by D. Clar ence Gibbonoy for district attorney has poled n strenuous vote. Edwin S. Stuart, Republican candidate for Governor, will probably run ahead of Samuel P. Qotnn. Republican candidate for district attorney, in nearly all of the wards. Both the Republicans and fuslonlsts claim victory In 1he city. PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 0.-10:4(1 p. ni.?Returns to this hour show con sistent Republican gains inrnngnout the State and Indicate the election ot Stuart, Republican, for Governor, by a large majority over Emery, Fusion. In Philadelphia Dotatt, Republican, Is elected District Attorney, defeating Glbboney, Fusion. PITTSBHRG. Pa.. Nov. 0.?Returns from OS districts give Stuart 7.240: Emerv 4 548. County Chairman. O'Neill of the Citizens party said that Dalzell'8 majority will he 8,000. Dalzell carried McKeesport, the home or Robert J. Dlaclt, his opponent, by 1,000. PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Nov. C.?The Inquirer claims Stuart has carried the city by sixty thousand plurality and Rotan by 50.000. PHILADELPHIA. Nov. (I.?At 11 p m. Chairman Black, of the Republican city committee. Issued a statement claiming Stuart has carried the city by more than 50,000 and Rotan by not Ies3 than 45,000. Mr. Black said: "Tim result shows that the people of Philadelphia think for themselves." PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 6?United Stales Senator Penrose at 10:IS p. m.. claims I ho election of Stuart, Rcpubli can. for Governor, by more than 10(1.00') plurality and the election of Itolan. Republican, ntor District Attorney of Philadelphia, by 40,000. PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 6.?At the closing of the polls to-night leaders of uli parties stated that an unexpectedly .large vote had lien polled in Allegheny county. It was estimated that from 93 to 97 per cent, of the registered vote in Pittsburg, Allegheny ami McKeesport had been gotten out. First returns Indicate Emery. Fusion-Democrat, slightly ahead of 'Stuart, Republican, for Governor. PITTSBURG, Po? Nov. 0.?Republican Chairmon Ford said to-night: j "Stewart will carry Allegheny conn I ly by from 25,009 to 28,000 majority Congressman Dalzcll will be elected, but his majority will be only 3,500 and Goehring for Ulstrlct Attorney will have a majority of 5.000 In tbo county." PITTSBURG, Pa.. Nov. (!,?Alle-j ghenj' county returns, although slow, Indicated at J 1:30 o'clock tonight th.it Stuart. Reiuilillcan. for Governor, had carried Allegheny county by 20.000 majority. The entire Republican ticket litis been elected with the exception of district attorney, on which office Thompson, Fusion. Is running about even with Goehrlng, Republican. The four Republican Congressmen have ben elected by good majorities, and Mr.. Dalzell, who was strongly opposed by organized labor, will have a majority of at least 5,000 votes. TRe legislative members for this comity will ail be Republican except tbe Tliiril .llslrlct, where the Fusion ticket won by a small majority. PITTS 1HJRG, Pa., Nov. (J.-The four Republican State Senators have been elected in Allegheny county. Their majorities are estimated as follows: Charles H. Kline. 38th district. 2,000. Elliot Rodgers, 42d district, 5,000. Joseph A. iaingfelet, 41th district. 2.O0O. PITTSBl'RCi, Nov. 6. ? The Pitts, burg Gnsette-Tlmes, Republican, claims Allegheny county for the Republican ticket by 20,000. The Post, Democratic, concedes tho election of the entire Republican ticket in the county, but refuses to give any figures. INDIANA. Tlin following Congrcssmess are erected: Fourth district?Lincoln Dixon, Republican. Sixth district ? James E. Watson, Republican. Sevtn hdistrtct?Jesse Overstreet, . Republican. the Sute ticket. ' ' '" ''-'I ' "Voflel't Minrtreli." Amnnf. thp mnv ntnrlan aenl out by energetic press agents during the Reason are numerous ones alleged to have been told by some present star as to how the actor used to travel in the good old days ot the stage coach and the wagon, of how they had to g sometimes walk; with "grip" in hand, 0| for miles, in order that they might ^ Cll a date, and of how they were some- ^ times compelled to sledp in the little "jerk-water" stations between trains. How vastly different the mode of traveling is at the present time, and the . members of John IV. Vpgel's Big City I Minstrels get about the best there Is I In life on the road, John YV. Vogel's handsome and spacious minstrel car, "Florencin," will arrive in this city next Friday, Noremitter Sth. II Is said there is not another car tn ttje world bo constructed, roomy and comfortable in every lespecf. not an Inch of space being wasted. Opening off the halltvay, and -0 arranged that It may be thrown In- ^ In a large room altogether with the observation end. tire .Manager Vogel's private state rooms. Aside from the Cpmmingler steam heating equipment, Ihe hot and cold water plumbing, the private wardrobe nml the portable cea- c| ter tubl'e with tollel combined, Is the handsome folding lied and comhinnllon dresser, which wus at one time th# property of the late Edwin Booth, the famous trngcjllan, and presented te Mr. Vdgcl by J. Montelth Jackson, Ihe Junior member of the firm of Jack- . son & Sharp, ship and car builders, I of Wilmington, Delaware. Next comes I Ihe grand saloon which Is 24 feet in J length and Is used during the day by the members of the company as n parlor, and at night is converted Into ' a sleeping compartment. This Is fit led with easy chairs, cozy corners, cushions and all oilier comforts. Then comes the genl's lavatory with hot nail cold running water, gun and fishing tackle racks and wardrobe lock- f crs. The entire Interior of the car I Is finished in cheery, mahogany and * teek wood, is hand carved throughout, lias beveled edge mirrors throughout and is a picture of comfort which is hnrd to realize by one who has never visited the minstrel man as be trav- j els at the present time. A Bargain. From Lipplncott's. The busy shopper paused at the fruit vender's stand, "liotv much are your pineapples?" she naked. "Eight cent' a piece, lady." ? "Well, I declare, that's too good to lie missed. HI lake eight of'them," nj she said. fm The dealer placed (hem in a hag and a sulci: "Eight cents?eighty-eight. You j)r take them along for eighty-five." tv Th? lady's eyes sparkled at tko'bnr S?ln price, and she departed in a imp- ve py frame of mind?bnppj; until her inf husband told her to brush up on the w| multiplication table. Ge - be B't SUBSCRIPTION BARGAIN OF- | FER EXTENDED TILL NO- | |j VEMBER 10TH. j = So many people are becoming I i Interested in our offer to send I I J the Daily West Virginian by mail L 1 for one year for $2.50 or six j i | months for $1.25 on renewal or | j to new subscribers that we have j ! decided to extend the time till j T | Nov. 10 to give all a chance. ? I POSITIVELY NO FURTHER j EXTENSION OF TIME WILL I I ??- IIAfNE D-.J /sffor in j DC ?? - I O] | full and save the difference. | We want every reader of the > tF J Da'ly Wc8t Vlrginlan who Rets.j. | his paper by mall to take advan| tage of this moet liberal offer. | Less than one cent per day for j I all the news every day in the I week except Sunday. Attend to | this now; fill out the coupon and I | send it in to-day. j ?' sl $; Senior Partner?That new stennjfc rapher spells rldleulonsly. 0; Junior Partner?Does she? Well, If she does. It's alwut the only word she can spell, as far any observation poos, g; ?Somervllfe Journal. ^ You thought, if anything shot Is the time to provide for tl Life Insurance. r It may be too late. From 5e want. Why don't you act no Sot-ithei Life Ins; We are receiving every day new lota of the latest patterns In loaks as it takes a large stock of these goods to supply the demand*' aMl jr trade. ,lt will be a mistake to think that you call find a better aaeortent of these goodi In Fairmont than we carry and It will be a greater Mtalgg ike to pay more money for cloaks than we aro asking for ours. ' ? odlnr' I Ann .011103 LUIiy 1 Tourist 6oats .;jl New Line of tourlit* coats just placed upon the counter, made of the j iw shadow plaids, patch pockets, velvet collara, double breaeted form, fuM I in. in length at the price that ie moving them faet Another coat of extra fine wool ml xture 48 Inches long, with the sane*'' oth apllqued in fancy designs and piped with cloth to match .adles'Kerseu coats W In brown castor or black, with velvet collars, patch pockets, velval rimmed cuffs, trimmed with fancy stitched straps full'48 inctiss (ong at , _ $10.00 Mer Uk ot Goals j 4 rn/\m <T/ Aa t a (to AA rrum JO.W w ?ow If It Is something better you want we have them also and can about' ou some very swell values at from $12.00 to $20.00. Get your Coat from L C. STEMPLE & 60. | When the tip of a dog's nose Is cold ~~ .1 moist, that dog Ik not sick. A I nnA'fftif I Perish dry nose means sickness with LvqUIII!! ) dog. And so with the human lips. y, cracked and colorless Hps mean M<lffQ7i(ipic rerlshness, and areas well ill ap aring. To ii'ave beautiful, pink, vei- and - "iilM t-llke lips, apply at bedtime a coat- ?r f of Dh Shoop's Green Salve. It n^flHIIPK l&lH II soften and heal any skin ailment. g t a free trial box at our store, and convinced. Large nickel capped rflilcflfl'c Npu/C AflPPflfV I I iss Jars 26 cents. E. A. Billingslea vWIIWll 9 I'tlfO AgClllJ, I Watson Hotel Bldg. dead the Daily WcBt Virginian. > E-j. ANDERSON'S BON TON .adies, ;,3g We can make you a hat to match almogttpl dy color.suit. And can assure the prices are le lowest. BARGAINS I About 50 good Shirt Waists, Cotton, Wool , ad Silk at 1-2 price. Also 15 good wool tfrts $4.00, $5.oo and $6.oo to close out at:'; 3.25. Come in at once and take your Choice We still have the Black Yarmoth Si/k at jjj Vesterday lid happen to me what would the wife and baby do? Today r|l ieir future welfare by putting aside a small sum for i to 15c. a day will insure your family against possible | -n States Mutual J