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I! M i , ,'. '? Evening Bulletin. DAILY,-EXCEPT SUNDAYj HOSSER & MCCARTHY, Proorletore. FRIDAY, NOVKMUKU 17, 1804., Fair weather, except mow on the lakes; colder) northwest winds. Ooramt'nts of the Pross. Wushiufiton News: " McKinloy is still pounding himself on tho brenat and say ing, 'This is my vietoiy.'" Philadelphia Inquirer: "Sonntor Sher inuii will disou&s the bond question by-and-by, but in the meantime ho scores a bull's eye by saying that tho torrified Democracy can always bo relied upon to do exactly what it shouldn't. "What's the matter with Hon. John Sher mau and Hon. William Napoleon Mc Kinloy.? The Ohio brethren dwell not in ono unified unity when Mr. Sherman hints that McKinley should not indulge in tho red man's dance of joy." V Hamilton Democrat: "Senator Slier man is running great danger of offering mortal insult to Mr.' McKinley. Our senior Senator gave an Eastern paper his opinion of the recent election land slide. A careful analysis of tho eamo fails to find any reference to the death of the Democratic party or tho vindication of McKinleyism." Demonstrated Their Hypocrisy. Dover News : " Tho Democrats of Mason County who went back on their nominees and voted to turn the offices over to the Republicans have nothing to bo proud of, except tho fact that they demonstrated their hypocrisy and ability to violate their agreement to support the candidates nominated at tho primary. These Democratic chickens will surely come home to roost." Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise n purer medicine does not exist and it is guaran teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of tho liver and kidnoj-s, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impuro blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For euro of head ache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guar anteed, or money remnueu. Jt'rice 50c. and Si per bottle at J. J. Wood's drug store. Prices in Free Trade Eegland. Exchange: "At a recent sale in En gland good driving horses sold briskly at $050 each, good hunters and saddle horses sold for 1,000 each, while fine, well-matched carriage horses sold for $1,000 to $1,500 a pair. England has plenty of horses and uses electricity ; yet there is a demand for good horses which are bred fot special purposes." . To Subscribers. Subscribers who fail to get their paper promptly will confer a favor by sending word to this office. There is a now car rier on ono of tho routes, and ho may overlook some ono until ho acquaints himself with tho list. SHANNON AND RISING SUN. Comments of County Superintendent Blatterman on the Schools at the Points Named. fellANMtN SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i. The trustees of this district aro R. T. Watson, Henry Tlmckston and John Colo. Teacher, E. D. Shelton. Tho number or scholars In atten dance twenty-five: ought to be more. Tho dis cipline and government of the school aro good. Jlr. Shelton Is teaching a second year and Is much liked by tho patrons of the school and tho scholars. Ills classes manifested very satisfactory progress in arithmetic, Names' History of tho United States, physiology Ac, Ac. Tho school Is supplied with nice charts andotherapparntus. Wultablo furniture Is needed and will bo sup plied ery soon, as tho trustees take much Interest In the school. Tho houso'ls la very good condition. The teacher finds the charts great assistants In Imparting Instruction. niSIXOSUN.DlSTJIICTKO.il. To reach this school house is no easy matter, because you must leave tho pike and travel two miles of rough dirt road, and you must keep a (sharp look out or jou will miss the school houso. At the time of our visit thero v, as a com plication and the owner of tho land had closed tho lane leading to tho school so that entrance was impossible. We had to lcavo horse and buggy lu the road and tramp through a briery old Held to reach the ancient edifice This is known throughout theso regions as Tom Hill's .school. Inquire along tho road how to And Itlsing Sun und you aro answered by tho shako of tho head but prosecuting your Inquires tho answer comes, "Do you mean Torn Hill's school ? Oh, that Is two miles distant by Tucll's land." Mr. IIlll lis a very deserving man and teacher and has given satisfaction for many years. Tho houso has a woo-begone look,but;tho trustees will coon correct this, as they concurred with tho Superintendent in tho opinion that tho houso ought to bo repaired and it will bo vory soon. Wo wero most hospitably entertained by Mr. Grant Hill and his estimable wifo, who inado us fool at homo and gave us au excellent dinner. Tho trustees nro Grant It. Hill, David Donovan and J, M. Cracraf t. i New crop molasses 50 cents Calhoun's, PUGH'S MAJORITY. He Received 662 More Votes Than Hon. R. K, Hart. The Democratic Voto Largor Than It Was Two Years Ago Hoavy Republican Increase. Secretary of Stato Headley has re ceived complete official returns from all tho counties in this tho Ninth Congres sional district. Theso returns wore can vassed, and Judge Pugh's plurality over Hon. R. K. Hurt, tho Democratic nomi nee, is C62. John G. Blair, tho Populist candidate, received 487 in tho district, and R. B. O'Neal, Prohibitionist, received C2. Tho vote in detail was as follows : Counties. Ilnrt. Pugh. Blair. Fleming 1,825 1.8G0 Gl Mason 2,409 2,355 54 Rowan C2G C39 9 Carter 1,421 1,988 10 Greenup 1,322 1,457 0 Robertson 477 S14 21 Hath 1,410 1,439 20 Uoyd 1,480 1,836 Lewis 1,233 2,099 119 Harrison 1,819 1,277 11 ilracken 1,258 1.085 77 Nicholas 1,201 891 80 Lawrence 1,795 1,812 7 Totals 18,390 Pugh's plurality 19,058 487 CC2 T. H. Paynter re J. P. McCartney, In 1892 tho Hon. coived 18,295 votes; Republican, 15,339; R. H. Yantis, Pop ulist, 713; Payntor's plurality, 2,950. Theso figures show that this year tho Democrats gained 101 votes and tho Republicans 3,719, while the Populists lost 220 votes. ine election two years ago was a Presidential election. Tho Republicans made a warm fight in this district, and it was thought they polled their full vote. A study of tho figures shows that tho Democrats not only held their own this year but actuallv increased their voto, yet it also shows that tho Republi cans did still better, polling nearly 4,000 more votes than they did in 1892. This is a remarkable increase in the voto of the district, and tho question arises, is it an honest increase? Part of it may bo and unquestionably is, but many peoplo will believe that there must have been some crooked work and that many illegal votes were cast. The Bulletin understands that somo of Mason County's officials have informa tion that seven or eight colored men voted in a certain precinct of this county who also voted in Fleming County. This information comes from n reliable source and tho grand jury next week will prob ably bo called upon to investigate the matter. A few repeaters in each of the counties of tho district could make a vast difference in tho vole. Tho Bulletin doesn't make tho charge that there was crooked work done on election day, but the remarkable in crease in the Republican voto certainly raises the question. Judge Thomas, of Vancoburg, kindly favors tho Bulletin with tho following as the result in Lewis : For Congrcss-Pugh, 2,090; Hart, 1,223 ; Blair, 110. Pugh's plurality, 87C. For County Judge Samuel G. Hillls (It.) 355 majority. For County Attorney W. C. Halbert (R ) 553 majority. For County Clerk Thomas A. Mitchell (R.) 7GS majority. For SherliT-Ed. Wllllms (R.) 1,329 majority. Fpr Jailer Georgo W. Dale (R.) C72 majority. For Assessor W. H. namrlck (R.) 732 majority. For Surveyor Alfred Harrison (R.) 701 major ity. For Coroner Dr. W. T. Burdick (R.) C91 ma jority. Four Justices and four Constables wero elected all Republicans. Total vote in county, 3,441. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's Now Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now tho opportunity to try it free. Call on your druggist and ot a trial bottle, freo. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and got a sample box of Dr. King's Now Life Pills, free, ns well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, freo. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and costs you nothing, at J. J. "Wood's drug store. Bucklon's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fever Bores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Bale at J. James Wood's. We Don't Beliovo It. Cincinnati Tribune: "A needle that Mrs. Tabitha Whitman swallowed in 1830 came out at her elbow tho other day. Mrs. Whitman, now 02 years old, acts as housekeeper for her son-in-law, Dr. J. O. Walton, ox-Pension Agont of Kentucky, at Mumfordsvillo, Ky., and is as spry as most women of 00 or 70." Accident ins. tickets. W, R. Warder. The Old Friend And the best friend that never fails you is Simmons Liver Regu lator, (the Red Z) that's what you hear at the mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that anything else will do. It is tho King of Liver Medi cines ; is better than pills, and takes tho placo of Quinine and Calomel It acta directly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels and gives new life to tho whole sys tem. This is tho medicine you want. Gold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to bo taken dry or made into a tea. S-EVEKY I'ACKAGE-53 Ilns tlio 7. Stinnpin reil on wrapper J. It. 7.V11.W A CO.. Philadrluhla. Pa. CHURCH TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, Next Sunday Set Apart by Episcopal Bishop3 for the Discussion of This Subject. Tho following circular letter has ,been issued by a largo number of tho Bishops of the Episcopal Church, Bishop Dudley among them. In accordanco therewith the services at the Church of the Nativ ity noxt Sunday will deal with tho sub ject of Temperance: TEMPERANCE SUNDAY-TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TIUN1IY. Dear Brethren: Tho Church Temperance Society asks for tho setting apart of Sunday, November 18th (being the 26th Sunday after Trinity), as tho day when the great subject of temperance may be presented to our people. It Is scarcely need ful that we should urge tho necessity of plainly dealing with so destructive an evil as intemperance such a necessity; must bo obvious to all christian men. Wo therefore cordially second their desire, affectionately requesting the clergy of lour several dioceses and Jurisdictions to set forth In sermons on tho day indicated tho duty of all christian people in helping to restrain the mon strous evil which is worklnglsucb harm to tho bodies and souls of men. J( Williams, Bishop of Connecticut and President of C. T. S. Eivor News. The Telegraph had a good stock trip yesterday. Tho local packets Wells and Wave in and out on time. Carrollton and Stanley up to-night, and Congo down. Falling here, with 0 5-10jfeet on tho marks this morning. Tho Keystone Stnto"which passed down yesterday left Pittsburg with 700 tons of freight, and put off S00 tons en route fifty tons at Portsmouth, Man chester and Maysville. She passes up to-day for Pittsburg. Captain Plaster's ferryboat Lauranco now sports a locomotive headlight, which is used to light her patrons up and down tho grade theso dark nights. Tho Cap tain leaves nothing undone to add to tho accommodations of his boat and comfort of his patrons. When Baby was sick, we gavo her Castoria. When sho waa a Child, aho cried for Castoria. When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. When sho had Children, sho gave them Castoria. Thanksgiving Entertainment Tho spectacular part of tho operetta of " Cinderolla " which will bo given by tho pupils of tho Cincinnati public schools at Pike's Opera House during Thanks giving week, promises to excel in beauty and grandeur all former efforts. This entertainment is under tho auspices of the Cincinnati Board of Education and tho proceeds from it aro to be used to purchase clothing for poor children. Tho cheap rato O. and O. excursion Wed nesday, November 28th, will give you an opportunity to witness the grand spec tacular production. A Good Deal of a Sinecure. Thoro is ono ofilco in Miohigan which is a good deal of a sinoouro. It is that of tho probato judgo of Manitou county. The presont judgo has held tho ofilco for six years, and during oil that timo had but one caso before him. As his salnry is $200 a yoar, that ono caso has paid him $1,200. Philadelphia Lodgor. i Judge Pugh's official maj'ority Greonup is 135. in Goal. Somi-cannol, Peacock and Pomoroy coal, just received by Wm. Davis. CLOAKSi S CLOAKS! GOLF CAPES, in all the new Scotch mixtures, Cheviots and Tweeds, with or without Hoods, all sizes, . . . $8, $10, $12 and $15 VELVET and PLUSH CLOAKS, single and double ef fects, beautifully trimmed in Fur and Jet ; also plain black Cloth Capes in Melton, suitable for mourning, sizes 34 to 42 $7 60 to $20 PRINCE ALBERT COATS, Tailor-made, latest styles, Double-breasted, tight-fitting, very full sleeves and wide skirt, all colors and materials, sizes 32 to 42, $8 50 to $!25 Fur Cape Specialties : SIBERIAN LYNX SWEEP CAPES, finest quality, 30 inches long, storm collar and Satin lined, . . . $10 to $40 FULL SWEEP MOIRE ASTRAKHAN CAPES, very fine quality, 30 inches long, handsome collar, heavy Satin Lining, $12 50 to $25 HANDSOME CIRCULAR CAPES of French, Electric or Canada Seal, plain or Alaska Sable Collar, extra well made, with heavy Satin lining, 27 and 30 inches long, all sizes, $15 to $35 BE SURE TO SEE OUR LINE BEFORE PURCHASING. D. HUNT & SON. 181 VINE-'ST LIKE MARBLE, THOUGH ALIVE. Attacked by Catalepsy While Standing, He Remained In That Attitude. Ono of tho most remarkablo exhibi tions of tho power and Influouco of cata lepsy, a form of hystoria that contracts tho muscles and divests tho subject of tbe sensation of volition, occurred in this city a few days since, in which Thomas Purdy, a laborer, was tho sub joct. In company with several other workmen Purdy was ongaged in digging a trenoh. Ho was standing at tho top of tho trench, with a long handled shovel, re moving tho gravel which a workman bolow throw to tho top, when with tho suddonness of an eloctrio flash tho man became transfixed in position, as im movable as a picco of statuary. Ho was in tho act of raising tho shovel when attackod. His right hand tightly olutoh- ed tho shovel handle near its end and tho loft hand near tho middla His loft leg was advancod and slightly bent at tho knee, whilo tho blado of tho shovel pointod at on inclination of abont 80 degrees. His eyes wero closed. Every nmsolo of tho litho and com pactly built workman was as taut and rigid as though oonstrncted of iron. One of tho workmen who obsorvod his condition got out of tho trench and un dertook to remove tho shovel held by tho silent workman. Tho shovol, though, was clutched with an iron grip, and al though ho tuggod hard ho was unablo to remove it from tho olutohos of tho possessor. Tho man's foot wore firmly planted on tho ground as though nailed, and ho stood thero as rigid und motion less us a pieco of statuary. Physioians wore summoned to tho scene, and tho marvelous sight was wit nessed by hundroda of citizens. Sovoral unsuccessful uttompts to romovo' tho shovol from his hands wero made, whon Polico Captain Alabaok, assisted by sov oral officers, suoooeded in removing It from his grasp, although it scorned that thoy would surely brook off his fingers in so doing. Tho man'B heart boat with tho ordinary pulsations, and tho lungs wore performing thoir vocation. Aftor tho man had stood in this posi tion for ovor two hours ho was pioked up liko a pieco of marblo, placed in tho patrol wagon and convoyed to a hospital. Ho romained in substantially tho Bamo ooudition for two wholo dayB, during which timo his bodsido was almost constantly surrounded by physicians, who wero intensely interested in tho caso. Thoro wero iudioations that tho man was conscious of all his surround ings. Although improved in condition, ho has not yet been ablo to relato hia experience. Dayton (O.) Dispatch. Selling Ice Four Years Old. It is stated by Portland ico doalers that this has boon tho best year for busi ness on tho Kenuobeo sinoo tho great season of 1800. Ono man says that somo ico 4 years old has been sold. This is Yory unusual. Ico thnt is 4 yoars old costs more to got out of tho houses than it costs to out it in tho first placo, for it is tho ico that is at tho bottom of the houso and has been consolidated into a solid mass by tho water flowing down from tho molting cakes abovo and freez ing theso underlying enkos togothor. To run out n block from this is very diffi cult, for it is liko quarrying stono from tho solid lodge. It is a good thing that it can bo sold if only for tho cost of handling it, booauso it must bo got out of tho building somehow. Gouorally thoy boro holes in it with an auger, put in a stiok of dynamito and blow tho ico into fragments, which aro thou shovel ed out Portland (Mo.) Press. IiA-ILKOAD SCHEDULE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. i.-W' spniiTca East. No. 1C. 10.10 a. m. No. 2. i:03 p. m No. Ibt 5:10 p.m. No. 20. 8 00 p.m. Wo .... R-M.tt West. 5:S0a.m. h'M a m No. 19t.. No. 1, NO. 17 g.Mn.m' No. 8 4.02 p.m. No. ist 5:10 p.m. dlliillt. n.llv a.iuint Snml... F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at K'ashsngton nt 7-42 a. ra.; Baltimore, 8.50 a. m.; Philadelphia, 11 a. m.; New York, 1:40 p. m. F. F. V. Limited No. 3 arrives at Cincinnati at 5.50 p. m. Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing ton at 2:45 p. m.; New York, 9.05 p. m. Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at 8.05 a. m. uJllmnnsIccJ,Inf car scrvico to Richmond and Old Point Comfort by trains 2 and 4. Direct rnnnprtiou at Cincinnati for all point W st and South. No. 1, a, J and 4 do not stop between Maysville and Newport. ' MAYSVILLE DIVISION. Southbound. Leaves Maysvillo at 5:47 a. m. for Paris, Lex- ' lugion, wncin'ti, nich- ston, Jelllco, Middlcsborough, Cumberland Gap, Frankfort, Louisville and points ou N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division Leave Maysvillo at 1:50 p. m. for Paris, Cincln. nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division. Northbound. Arrive at Mtiysvilloat 9.50 a. m. and 7:50 p. m All trains dally except Sunday. 4 Optician i Louis Landman Of Cincinnati, 0 utll beat S 5 the Central Uotd, UayiviUt, g 5 Ky., on MONDAY next, Xo- p icmberlOonedayonly. 2 Do not fall to see him, as this win- S 5 tor is his last term at Medical College, p C and he will not bo ablo to visit this 5 5 cltyasoftennsbeuscdtolastsummer. p AAlAlAyAAlAAlAlAAA We can well bo proud of the low prices, for careful, conscientious buylug, when tbe value of spotash would bo appreciated and conceded too, has enabled us to sccuro all our goods at prices which wo believe no other firm in tho city can duplicate. 1 pound new Almonds i5o 1 pound now Raisins 6o 1 pound new London Layer Raisins 10c 1 pound new Citron ..i5c 1 pound new largo Prunes.- lOc 1 pound new small Prunes 7o 1 pound now Evaporated Peaches lOo 1 pound now Evaporated Apricots 12o Try ono pound of our Mocha Java Coffee and you will ttso ho other. Headquarters for Game. Ordors filled promptly for Dressed Poultry. It will pay you to get our prices on Canned Goods. Give us a call. & Successors to Hill & Co. rftLD CLOTHES MADE HPW and New Clothes made to order. A branch of tho Globo Tailoring Company of Cincinnati has been oponed on West Second street, next door to Uaulton'a Livery Stable, whero thero will bo found a complete lino of Woolens sultablo for Gents' Suits and Overcoating. McCormick, tho Tailor, will bo pleased to wait on you. Dyeing, Cleaning, Scouring and Repairing a specialty. Ladles, bring your old drosses, silk or wool, and have them dyed. First-class work guaranteed. WHISKEY mim mi mil Atlanta. On. Oill( and Op1 urn Habits cured a' homo with ontpatn Book of par ticulars sent FKKE. m.M.WOOLLKY.M.D. Atlanta. On. Otllco 104 Whitehall 6 L OnilTCS MMM TIPfflPLKIlT Cummins Redmond 1 . L. tft