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jut ir.tted from Kltjl Pa** )
lt) e Twelfth by plurality of
\,,v 7.—Pomploto return#
r-mnty, Inclu.llii* I’lnrlo
!' 'M tc> s>.*■•; Bryan.
, allty. 15.504. In I#* Ms
\ i 'V.fTU.
Nov 7—Complete return*
.• iho>) r.mntv §tvo M'-Km
jn 42,127. McKtnlsy'a plu-
KKNTI I KY.
> ■ mll.lat.-a < iHlmlnit If n<l
tlaklnu I hnritrs.
K-.. Nov 7.—The Kentucky
- stll. I-In* .-lilroed by hotrt
i , tatc capital The Demo
' limlns Klvlrni showln* 110 -
... tr im 4 ■'#► b> *vo-' while
li.'mih I itm 'h** elc.dlcn of
1, o. lishpendrt voters
ri c Republican* nr#* h. iikltr
. ii tho E'.cveiili llatrlci ant
. . r.t- hV’e don.- /:k.vv -■* tn
Republican an.l Democratic
i. . itv.lv. each wailing for
- iUHk< -i *he>w-lown. and
.n.|bie for Ihe del ty In aecet
i Nov "■ - A \Wirrn T nlon
. 1 benight about Kr -.tucky
K ii rr >m ssv#nly-(lvs countls*
ir ii- .irly so. .-mhi tries 1.21-1 out
Inots In the st no *lvc Hrjart
M Kin ley 117.24.'., Re. kh.m I.M.MS,
I. Kv Nov 7—To-nikht
#-r.Journal. with return*
out of I.(M preeln ts In
puts Itrvßn's mujortty at 'i>'
in. Democrat. for Governor |t
ni ijv-rltl.-s art- troth consider
~-c ih# those hitherto rimmed
mo-mtlc eandldales but the
! reelects are for the most imrt
, • and are exp. 'tf dto Increase
in s per I;| 1 dt.patches the else.
, j henvr.it, over Push Re.
i the Ninth 'on*re*slon it dts
i milorlly of 2RV is conceded
\r i in with returns from nil but
, • i ski precincts in Kentucky, me
. K irn it put- Uriahs mijoriev
..tut Reck hams at 4 'sis The mis*
■ _■ , , incte are about evesilv divided
b iv- Democrats and Republicans
,r. kh-ini nt Democratic hendquar
rs t od to-nltrht.
Ii . absoiutelv certain that I have
t. n- fed Governor bv a matorttv of
ti.iwi.il wit and ln.wo votes
Test** f'omhe. bairns in of the Repub
ti.an state campaign commit tee fold
\V still believe Mr Verk.s nas been
- • t. I by a majorltv of JtiO Our fla
■ire -how thai McKinley has run
..n s tndlirtd Y* rkce At least Jft" Ite
- illota have not yet been I
■ l In . er'aln counties, am) lh.ee will In
sea - the Rt puhll an vote. TV' a o
i > rt> th* *l*<* (ton of four Repu It.-an
..ngr. i-mi-n, namely R#v ring. In 'he
eventh district Irvine -t th* Fifth,
doss In the Third and Hopkins In the
■ ■nth Wa are .ten of the opinion that
-.m .1 I*.nth has been elected over Kehoe
, the Ninth district
silt Tit < 4 HOI.I X 4.
the Democrats 44 on Everythin* In
rhorleston S C . Nov. 7 —The board
f st ile canvasser* will not meet and an
■ ounce the oflk-UI count until th* lth
No reports of any dlaturhnnces have
■me from the country districts Tne
mo. rats won by n large majority tn
-atifort the only county tn wntch there
■ s a It* publican ticket for county of
iv. . amendments to the state cotistl
* ,n were voted .at yesterday, and *' ri
led w ■ u-i little opposlflot hu
inn. permitting four .-less to be
from t • us making * per cent,
v all livable property
limn for munt liol honded in.lehted
- w.ll d.iublless fall to be encte.| he.
, .. of a fatal typokraphlcal error in
j.r ,t.s| Joint rcs.dutUtti of the I.eais
ore, mid tn the printed ballot. Because
this error the proposed ametalment will
v. to be re su limit ted to the people two
•rs hen ‘e.
'l'll** %!•• In l*iilrt County.
jfort S r* Nov. 7 -Th* D*mo
t>iin\ t! k*t r.in nh* iff in
...iii 4 <\ urj Th*r* h* oni pr#rin- f
r.. h. .r from True precinct will
Riv* fh* n thirtx m
i- , n**? r>*mN'r(ic K n in coun
. * 277 Klliotl. I*m>rrrttl*. for Con
i'. . • mill nwjoriiy ov*r B*
lilt- Hranll lli'ltni *llrlm* of '•-**-
rx nv. r. Col . Nov. 7 Hflurni fiom y*-
v'o (- o'llon are etowlv romlOK In.
i different nturnr anil rareful Ml
have Uoi ri-i'elv.-d to *how that
at>' idurallty will be ftoni to
<1 and may r< a h *.*• The Republl
manuKer* pntirl*> the I.egl*!a*wre to
! uflonlat* by a majority of a# on Joint
t Ornun. !>< ro** rat, and the wltala
In ticket will haw ationt phi
lit Araiaihor .V>unt> ltryan'a dlu
%*ill hi- about thouith tlib> win
■ hrialy Picd the plurality fflven
tat- and county ticket* The defeat
! itor Wolcott for the Senate I* Ren
conceded, hut with aeverol aepl
in the fitKlon pirtlee It I* lni|te*lhlc
i- dh t with any accuracy who 111* *ue
•r wid he.
'I. Klnle;* Plurality In That fMnle
ul Nov. 7-The only point un*e-
Minnesota **leetion is the con
* r the governorship. Kverything
zone Republican by fnajoritle* *o
i • is no possibility of change
x v, thaitman of the Republican
mm.it* e, figure* R.7.V4 plurality for
•Anile Chairman Hoeing, of the
'♦•lit Committee, from the figures
** ' • him. foots up 12.uu plurality
Hie piesent return* have fa*
• i Sant, but hie lu<i is light The
vote Rd-cmi to he conskierably
in &n.Oou more than that for Bryan.
ia % m.%.
‘’"'•"fiaii* |,oi hir*iiu tlt In fh** Li**-
* i 4. Nov. 7 —Complete hut un- |
•t'irnf from Ihr lefftflatlve *llf
f Hi. M4tf Indicate the ♦♦lotion of
i-'ii'i (jni, 46 P*morrit*. 6 Fualoti*
’1 1 nrirnt H**| üb.lrn to ih
li< rinntativei*. The Ut Houm- i
• Ml. arm 127; l#ecno<*ratP 71. fu
n urf*p the r*-g|tr lon of Quay
1 t-i Siir#*ii tfenat*
' of unofii lal return* *lve Mr*
T plurality In F'ennylvania.
"""... ri , t , c |., BU i BI „ rr win Hr.
1 M nt . Nov. 7 —Fuller return*.
1 'n> plurulliy will ho from 15-
• ' und fjov TMe lea ' the
' note tlckat i h from <.'■ #
• o, 'r lo rpire Tne f.oulel itufr,
, '■ ll ' loot | WO Unit*.! Sate* ► na-
ll' mor ratio (rom rtfie*n to ikhilv
“ J Uut culkit und sUi ui.douulJi>
r**otopt Senator William A Clark ami
oihrr Ivmocrat or PopuitM lu mi
Tfumup C. Oarior
not Til DAKOTA*
MrKlaUr Hp l#rail That fananf
y Hr lti*aii*u.
Blom* Kalla. !. Nov 7-Eight h ii).
<lrart anl forty -or* precinct* out of th
total of 1.150 In * c vjth IVikota give Mr.
Klnley n plura.lt> of 14 lit
Thr* Repuhllcan* will • fact from lfi to
115 member* of the Lf*irt*lPturo out of to.
tal of 132, riving; thrm h majority In both
branches The R'-pubilcan* elect their tm*
nomine*# for Cottgreiu* atv! full state
'l*Ktnle> , Majority Will He Nearly
Portlnl Ore. Nov 7 - About ore a.f
of th* t l \ t*> of ihp st.*• /v Mrrgm
has lK*en r i rie l and sh*As Mi'Kin pjt
37.4t1. Itryan JO.tS!.
For governor, Frink Republican 28.A3H;
Roger*. I>emorrat 22Til. Frinks plura!l
iv j7'i l*ate return* from western Wash
ington have in re i*cw| Frink's voip an#i it
will take a more complete count o le
let mine the r* * ill.
M< Klnlev s majority In th* Plate will h**
close to 10.000
That state Gl%e Bryan n ritirality
Little Rock. Ark. N*>v 7 TompiPlf r*'
turns are coming In slowly, but enough
i- known to Indicate . plurality of gft.tiflO
for Bryan in Arkansas Neither I>em*-
• rats nor Repuhllcvn* po Ini their full
strength. 1* *<ich of the six congresslon.il
districts the Democratic nominees for
Congress appear to have run slightly
ihe nl of Rr> n ar.d their r ins’e
W l**T % I Hii INI %
Itrpnliliran l> and Congre**-
All It • |iul*ll / n
Wheeling. W. Va Nov 7 West Vir
ginia has gone RepiiVli' *n by from 12.0t)b
t# l'.oo major Mv Th** entire state ticket
is* eieoted The congress!c>nt 1 delegation
is solidly Hepub4ican The Legislature
is Republican in l>oth bran >**. -’•* to 2S
majority on joint ballot, insuring re-eie
tlon of Henator 17. kin
VIRGIN V %.
llrmArnta Rleeted All the f ongreas
Richmond, Va , Nov 7 Tbe addition*'
return* received to-day confirm the re -
port sent out last right that the Demo
rats carried the state by suit ’AJIfto and
c.e* ted their candidates ln every congres
4 ongrrtilonßl Delegation Is All
Jackson. Mis* . Nov. 7 —The next con
gressionai delegation from Mississippi l;!
lie wholly Democratic. The state is con
ceded to Bryan by 4&.0C0 There Is llt*le
doubt hut that the amendmert to th* con -
-Htutlon. ch tnglng tha method of distrib
uting the common school fund was de
feated. fully 2T jer cent, of the voters
faidoff to vote on the question
Went for Vlryan aul F.lert# and Dfmo
**ritlc C ongressman.
Kano. N M Nov 7 -Seventy-four pre
cincts out of 163 in Nevada give Bryan
4.577. McKinley. 3.507.
For Congress. Newiand*. Democrat, 4.7*1.
Farrington. R*publl.hn 5.K33
At this rate Hryan will have a majority
of 2.#VO and New lands about 1,900.
state Shows An Far a MrKtoify riu
rality of 53,f120.
New York. Nov. 7.—With six counties
Incomplete the latest returns from New
Jersey show that McKinley's plurality is
53.9 W. Th** Republican plurs.ity in Is 6
H l?!i U HI KETTI.
It <-pti hi I ran* i nrrted It for President
Boston. Nov. 7 —The vote of Massachu
setts. return# hiving been received from
every city and town, b as follows: Mc-
Kinley, IlC.; Bryan, 15*.£>07. Governor.
Crane. 213.533; Paine. 121.
Republican l*lnrallty Will Vie Utoaf
| II,If Ml.
Fargo, N. D . Nov. 7 —The Hepuhlloan
plurality In North Dakota will he 10.0 b)
to 12.000. There Is no question about th
election of all the state ticket and the con
gressmen at large and there have been
large H*puh|lcan legislative gain*. In th*
NEVER TOO LATE
To Try (iooil Tlitnit.
I om S3 yar* oM and for foriy yrar?
of that timo I hav Iwm a ,-hron|r catarrh
aufferar. mv, Mr. Jamra Gl<-tth,nK of AUr*
jn.ny City; with every ohiruc* of weather
my hiad af t throat would be xtufTod up
with catarrhal mucu*.
1 .ould not breathe naturally through
lho nortrlln for month* together and much
of the time I suffered front > alarrh of the
atomach. Fin,illy my hearing l*>san to
fall and 1 readied romething mu,t he
1 tried Inhaler* ami cpraya atal *alve
which Rave me temporary relief ami my
l>hylc.nn advised m>- t.. spray or douche
with peroxide of hydrogen But the ca
tarrh would speedily return In a few days
and 1 became thoroughly discourage.!
I had always been prejudiced against
patent medicine?, l ut ns every thin* else
had fall.d I fell justified in at least mak
ing a trial
Our *OO4 old fam.ty phylclan, Dr
Ramedell. laughed at me a lutlr. but *all
ir I wa* determined to try patent mdl
rlna'a he would advlae me to begin with (
flm.irt e Catarrh Tablet* hecauee he knew
wliot they contained and he had heard of
e. vrral rematkahle euree reaullln* from
their uae, and furthermore that they wer.
perfectly rate containing no cocaine or
The next day I bought 5O-rent ho* at
a drug Mor*. carrul it In my pocket and
four or five llm a day I would toke a
t iblet. In lee* than a we.-k I felt a marked
Improvement which continued until at thi*
1 am . ntlrely free from any trace of
Aly head I* clar. my throat free from
Irritation, mv hearing 1 ae good li
ever war and I feel that 1 cannot *v
! enough in pralee of fltuari a Catarrh Tab
l let*. „ „
The*" Tablet* contain extract of Buca-
Ivptu* bark. Oualaeol. blood root and olh
er valuable antl-epite* combined In plea*-
ant kabl'' f° rm - * n<l 11 * t, “ ,0 **'
that Stuart * Catarih Tablet* are far u
-..ertor In convenience, eufety end effective
no* io the antiquated treatment by Inhal
~r- *pray* and douche*
They are "Old by dru*it everywhere
I in the United State. od Canada,
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1000.
The liability to ,hsea*c is greatly
Ir-sened when the blood is in pood con
dition, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
Is promptly carried out of the system ;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
fermentation would take place, the
Mood become polluted and the consti
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation mean*
good digestion and strong, healthy
Asa Mood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
madecxclusmdy of roots and herhs.
No other r,medy :•■> thoroughly and
effectually cleanses the blood of im
_ffc> eSSa psi r t ie * . At the
same time it builds
up the weak and de
farSb bilituted. .and reno
vates the entire sys
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blocnl and skin troubles.
Mr. E. E. Kelly, of Urban*. O write*:
** I bad Ecsama on my hands and far* for
fivft years. It would bmak out iu littla
white nuatulra. crust a would form and
dropoff, leaving the skin red and inflam
ed. The doctors did me no good. I used
all the medicated aoapa and salves without
benefit. H. B B. cured me. and my akin
i aa clear and smooth aa any one's.”
Mrs. ITenry (Siegfried, of Cape May. N.
J., iiavi t hat twenty-one bottles of 8. S. 8.
curetf her of Cancer of the bresist Doc
tors and friends thought her caen hope
Richard T. Gardner, Florence, 8. C.,
suffered for years with Boils. Two bot
tles of 8. 8. 8. put his blood in good con
dition and the lioiU disappeared.
Send for our free hook, and write
our physicians about your case.
Medical advice free.
IME SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. OIL
s’.ate Judiciary the returns show the elec
ton of a Republican to the supreme
Democrat* llw%e Eleclcil Twelve f
(hr * oairrikmrn.
Kansas City. Nov. 7 The result o !-*
vote in the Kansas Pity Is m slight He
luhlj< an ciln over that of M Kin
ley's plurality is l.ffl* and Flory, the nnml
nee lor governor, received 4 plurality f
1.544 M Klnley's plurality In IJD* w;n
Th.- I,emo.nl* hm eleu(*.l con*re#-
men ln iwelvo Mleeourl #llancie an<l i a-
Kei>ubll<-an* ln two with the Thin**, it,
an#l Konrieenih to he hear.l from. There
ie claim#-#! by I>emocra,e.
I.lttle Klitr McKinley * IMaral
-11, <>( 13A14.
Provlrtence. K- ! . Nov 7 -Oorreeled un-
return* from Rho4* lel*n4 irtve
M K nley 3J.MI. Bry*n 19.W7. Maloney 1
• i \4'to;i-y 1 a plurality for M- Ktnlej
of 13.*74 In a total vote of 5A.677 Hla plu
rality four year* a*n 23.97a.
4ieKlnley Mae a IMarallly #f About
Topeka. Kane . Nov. 7 -Practlcally ro*n
|.|#-te returns -how thnt McKinley has 4
piurallly of 23.0,#, In Kan.-as. anl that t ,**
Republican stale tn-kel te su, - ■ ssful h,
n plurality of probably 6,000 less. 1 h*-
luKtslaiure will be Republican In both
McKinley's PluralHy There la About
1 1.1 4M.
Raltlmore, Nov. 7—With ecattererl pre
cinct. In various I-Oiintle* *f the elate to
hear from. Maryland plurality for M-
Klnley and Rooaevelt In yesterday eon
net a 14.1 K. With a probability that th
official count will swell the total to 15,'Mi
McKinley** Majority * Far la About
Hall I.ake. Flah. Nov 7 —At in o lock
to-night returns are lit from about litre
Quarters of the prectn-ta itt the state
McKinley's majority I* t.WK: V ells. Ke
puhllcan, for Governor, has a majority oI
i.t.a, and Sutherland. It,'publican, for C on*
gress. leads King b\ I.tWI
The l-egtalature Is It. publican by a mi
jorlty of U on Joint ba lot.
I’rohable That the l.eaialature Util
Hols.', Idaho Nov 7 -The latest returns
Indicate that Nn I’erces county Is very
close, and that the fuslonlste hove part
or all of the legislative delegation. Thai
county was very strongly Kepubllcan In
ÜBX, and was rolled ,ut tats year. Latan
county also strongly Republican hereto,
fore. Is very close
It seems altogether probable the Legis
lature mil be fusion
[teeMolnes. la Nov. 7.—Semi-official re
turns ftom M of the b counties in the
stat* give Republican* >s*> !**> Immo rare
17v dk, plurality. *7.11# The other thir
teen counties at the same rallo will In
i. the Republican plurality to slight
ly ni ire than lOO.ixn Every Republican
Candidas for Congress Is elected.
Jones' County Republican.
U;lie Rock Ark . Nov 7 —pen M Fore,
man. Republican, carried Hempstead
county. th„ home of Jiemocratlc National
Chairman James K. Jones, over Congress
man T C Mcßae. liemorrat Foreman
made- gain? In other counties and Mcßae's
usual large majority will be considerably
NORTH < AMOLIKA.
Rul. |gh, N C., Nov 7 —North ,'arollna
gives Bryan a majority of not less than
.W.otsi The next delegation from this state
will contain seven Democrats and two
RepuMlcans. In tne t>*m*-raur primary.
F M Simmon* wss chosen l'nlte.l fttatc
ftrrmtnr over Oeii Julian 8 Carr, by
y> .v majority.
OK I. IHOH %.
Guthrie. OkU . Nov 7 —Secretary B*n
of the H-pubii. an Terrlfor.il • >m*
mitres made the following Mstemant to
Urr.l- Flyn I* r4lff(4 by 5100 ma
jority We have tilted a majority In
loth branch** of the Legislature."
DKUW l Hi:.
dVilmlngton. Del . Nov 7
ceived hi* afternoon deftmtalv determined
the political division of the next Dela
ware Legislature It 1* Republican in
each branch, and will probably elect two
I'nliad State* Senator* of that party
Cheyenne Wyo . Nov. 7 —Return* from
IT4 precincts out of jot* in Wyoming give h
majority of J.OU* for McKlalty and 4.100
lor Kvpufor Coogroa.
The Kepnbllnn le|p|tlve Holt*?, wiih the
exception of one I* •looted
dpokxine. \V t*h Nov 7 The l it* r re
turn* ititihfit* that h. tne *o -
lowing majoritl** 1 I‘hHm our ly. 7’
Ok*nog,n Ifirt; lxmgla* l.in 4<W;
Al*fiu> 2UM. Bp>kAn* \VI I tnn
t*tvene Kerry Kl'Hi* .*•*. Oji*
fU*|r| tttf. J j
% I. % It % M %.
MontgY’>niery Ala .Nov 7 -The v© *
wa** ligh in Al.l* m * Th Rrpub In
h <ive carried •evtr.il count I* i en
ral thing the n*gr©e* did not \*v
I>mc* ratio mijority will it lum t-.
N*w Orleine. Nov 7 In N*w OiiFani
2 2 !• \ot** w* re t'art out >f a registra
tion of 41 Hr\an s majority #p u.4*vi
Bryan s majority in t;• eltv in I *t**t
prohtM\ lull h* in \ • l •
t\%rt th t t.
New Haven. CVnn . Nov 7 Th*' revised
.'tton return# f*r CMnnectlctit. with
t very (<>n ind dtfirlct in th ’.ti* *r.*
from. gl\ti th* urate •* .'1 Kiiile) by *
plurality of 28.41 *
Mrlihilrii t arried at I
Ht T>wil9. Nov 7 lleturn.N fmnv aI f -n ■
pre i'-* !* |n the r|tv >f Pt 1 i> rivt li’v
an Tt* ?*. Mt'Kinl*>. . r Th* lr*i.i*
crate teotv*l every • arwiid.tte "it their tty
Portlarwl Mr Nov 7 Fl*ruiee (n*tn Xl4
citing. end |kr I.MI tig g!\** M* Kin
’ey hi j. Bry tn iU73K In 1V; /am*
towne giv*' M Klnley 7*>.|4y,n 1
4 KIIMOA P
Whit* fttver Junction Vt Nn\ 7
Two hjn!r*s| uid rw-nts hi* > n*l town*
giv* M K nlc\ ftrv ii 12 Kd. M
Klnley*g phiralfty 2# 142
Ngghvill*. Tenn N.t\ 7 The ?• ■ i
vote c;et in Tennfr* e w:il ( l 2* f** r
‘'•nt uni*r that of IK*. Ml ,| BtMin ar
ri*e th* ei.it** tv 2-' to yta.-
MinchNttr .V II Nov 7 -Th* n*r**iK
li .111 majority in th* :t. on both the
iii*rniitnnl and national 11 k* i %vt|i t.
Atlanta Nov 7 • Hr> in'* m ijorltj n
* Georgia l ghom
HrIATIIhH FOR I4> I’KH
lint thr (nnnh Otrr HeKlnle? 11l
>lm |nr If % .
Darien. Ga Nov 7 In tht* cminfv
laepter recelvexl 252 voi. shh! iken 2! *
givlncr n mJortt> of .. M Ksn
ley'e majority m the county in
The Vn(r in %\nrr ( mint a.
Waycro*#. G . Nov. 7.-Very Utile in
f er*it w4§ m.ii.lf* in th r|e Mm in
Ware county, and only about .toper cent
*>f the r'<r;iiered vote wai c.et. Out of
I.W) reglfiarrd voter*, only kw net their
alk'te f*‘ ih preid#ivcy Of three Bry
an received $73 and M< Kir.lev W Two
yeir* ago majodry aat 431
Thi* year It I* 477 M ir*tn. the Hepub.
*lcan congre**|onal car.dilate, received 101
Vofr In JefTerami I ounh.
!>Hit*vlile. Oa Nov 7-The .*. n-..lidor- and
reiurna It* J fT county *ho* v ,,.
for Mr lirvan rxl 12h voir* for Mr 3! .
Klnlay. giving Mr. Krvnn a majority of
Muinigff’i OMelal \ <•>.
Goliimbu*. Ga. Nov 7 The official \. i
of Mua ogeo county i*. Bryan. 1.85. M
Kin lev IfJ For Oongree*. Adam*H),
1.255. freeman, 280
\% onderfnl I hlmii 4hfiw n ly bmn?
•f Thrf l rlntlnal*.
In an article In Beamon'* Magazine on
the H- lenllflc Burglar." J. I‘ (‘oughiuti
give* *ome Intereatn *< [Nirin-ulini .-tmwin -
the wonderful nen hanleal hkill and lal
■ r*e d)*pUw-d by tht* i la** of criminal! l *.
“The rew burglar l* e**entUlly an •x
--|K*r- *aid rapt M<H'Tuaky. chief of <1
tectlvea of New York, to the wrltet a
few weeki* ago In hie office at police h-wd
quarter*. Mulberry at real, lie ha- dev.
oped amazingly In cleveme** md lng< n
ulty. Frequently he ha* Invented either
ns the re*uit of Mj-kb n ln*|lratSon, or of
careful and laltorloua dud) .ippliatie*—
and tool* that, wete they aMdcablc to
legitimate bualne**. w.uld !♦ worth fo:
tun* * a* patent* "
It I* to the hi taking open *f tha*
the bur alar ha* turned hi* tno t craf'y
attention. It I* the only feature of hit
work that prevent* exceptlonal diffi- .-
tie*, and the *;ife, 1* of court-* . ln\ ria
bly the objective point of a burglary !•*
get to the l- comparative!) e •
tark. but to g**t ln*lde fat make- h ill
upon all hi* resource*. When Mh* w* r*-
\+* well inai than they are now na> v
a burglar need a |e l-fllled ah Ik* a col l
chlael and an ordinary jimmy'' with *u< -
c***, but to-day iho hfv that *an In
h> *uch meal - l* hardly likely l>
yield enough to make the operation pav
ing. With Ihe improvement In
ing came the development of aaf -brek
ing. The burglar upd gun-powdtr. dyna
mlie find other explosive* with a large
mearure of puree*#, and even now ihlc
methMl. depplte lie. obvimi* nojeetion>.. in
•tin largely i,ei by rrlmliiala. but liO!
hy the n,o!t * xji* rt The t• • liy levr
burglar found an explosion rub
and alarming. be*kle* l*emg in Ite* 17 dan
gtTouc. and consequent y tie looked ahead
for a better a.l quiet et rneane of accom
plishing the r*m* end. Her* It may te
remarked tnat in any app.Un* • u*d t*v
a criminal. cpt*U.> by a burglar, the
great de*k|* rntjm muM always be it* sim
plicity. A tool that ir not portable and
eatjly worked I* u*lem or almo*t u**-
lew* for hi* purpose
The mo*t modern and mo*# • -ompl-te of
-.ill *afe-cra'klr.g appliance* 'onbt* of a
horteahoe. or. more correctly, magnet*
shaped piece of the b* i*t steel, pierce*l i*
the apex and both end* for *tout ► n w
It I* so made as to slip down ba k of the
sptndl* of a combination io< k and has
what rn migh’ call Its so narrow
• hat the knob of the handle overlap-* iwh
leg* of the magnet It |* slipped Info
position in i moment. fh *cr* w re
turned a little u • time, alternately
agalnat the body of the safe, forcing out
A CLEAR HEAD;
good digestion; sound sleep; a
fine appetite and a ripe old age,
are some of the results of the use
of Tutt s Liver 2’iHs. A single
dose will convince you of tlveir
wonderful effects and virtue.
A Known Fact^
An absolute cure for sick head
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour
bilious fever, piles, torpid liver
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt’s Liver Pills
Hats and Hearty at 97
Ii S' - ■ .1I f |
2 A -O- -H 1 i Though nearini? the century
v mark, Mr. John . Attrid^e
'dg I?——1 preserves health and vigor by
m & V ,| using DUFFY'S PURE
I MALT WHISKEY. The
ABBV ''Jc ** I 1 standard of purity and excel*
• ' Lj Icncc for nearly half a century.
• . 'Vi‘„ T\ “Three or four tablespoon
\ ■? ,uk " Ul Jl! '' kttps h,m
g^' 1 well ainl strong. Read what
lie lias to sa\ of the world's
\ strong and \ ignrous. I never w* ■ dnnk-
Y vv Vs o* *hikcy a medicine of the bei kind.
_. > \x ' I hve nut ukt-n a doe of medicine out
, bide of Huffy'* Pure Malt Whiskey for
JOHN . ATTKIlvih, s 'rr Old. twenty-five years, and may it do for
oval - erta Vlg a U ■a a| ■ ■ other old people what It is doin for me.
Duffy s r*urs Walt Whiskey
A Form of Food Already Digested. j
IS THE TRUE ELIXIR OF LIFE.
•t Aids Digest tun.Stimulate/# and r.nriches the Hhmd.lnvltjorate.* the Hraln,
lluild Ncrxv ItMIM, IMU Up the Heart and Prolongs Life. J *
ff you srr 1!’ write vrl’l rml you nothing lor advice.
PlU'UUi* Una. Brt >m lull!*. • '.mij tmuan i w *>> iug *1 -< from w hslrvrr mils' ' jlMajAfK # I
OVER 7.000 DOCTORS WHO THINK AS DR. MORSE \ /
DOES. PRESCRIBE DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY. \ J
\ k * ** * I
X. v ~‘ f
v vv X
1*“ If WT" g* I • r* t -if • pU - r ulhi v !, writ** ti w* will send frw* on* rf nur
■ l\ il H |t< ut < urn* < ownh * f Vtni •. TV hist, t. Th*v or* unique and u*fuL
DUFFY M M.T WMISKF.Y CO., Pochester, N. Y. noeuvi oil.
th* mHitiist i: I with it. tif nurse, the
spindle. In s.xty tuioivls tin- spindle ran
he forcer) fr*m the strongest lo k A
chisel that tits The aperture m ule bv re
moving the spindle is then Inserted, and
with or.c sh irp blow (ruin a noSeles*
leaden hammer the wo*rk* <f to* lock re
scattered int** li# sal* A ordinary pb *•*
of 1 Hf*iit w ire is now cuffl* lent to dinar*
range the tumbler** and, in** handle being
turned. b if- *> oi* n to th* hand- of
According to 1 *• i* * tlv* -Sergeant Thnm-i <
A : tn . wrv ha** -}••*►? Im v lifetime in
he defer five *erv < of New •*r K. n*
known device *-an equal this lnne*c
looking pier* of iron junk An addition
al advantage lbs n ’i. fact that if can
he carrier) in Th*- pocket of an ordinary
emit Just imagine th* massive. Impos
ing and expensive contrivances of the
safe manufacturer* yielding s * readily
to < tool the mak>ng of which, In the
biirc .u tn I dues rn" rod over ;A
On.* Ml h.iH Cmly Invented ft bv sitting
d*wn before h** InteM ind most improved
pattern of safe .n*t studying it" construc
tion * keely Ii struck him it on e that
the in. k w is the most vulnerah’e part of
i *f aid from th* Mrhi *.f That idea
gr**w the completed invention.
luis lain*! • Free hnmn. nickname*!
••French I/Mib "* burg *r and house thief
!**> hHb an Invention to hi- < redit of
whi* it Kdison might (> p oud If tny on*
criminal In th** f’nit* l St at mi b.- said
to h ive mad* htirzlary • **• i* * ** it i**
laird He invent**! a * ife-<lrllllng appit*
hi. . that is aim t perfect In It w*\ It*
onh weak featur* iw-ing lie bulk and rite
numlsr of pirt> of which it - oiidM- This
drill Lund use 1 him If in many role
beries. but. not watlsfled wllb his earn
li •* in that manner, he ha*l several of
the inurnment# made, which h snnal out
on rovalty t** other bank burglars less
inventive than hlm-*if. This instrument
* i* one of many le*lgn-d by Lnnd for
sufe-cta* king, at.d It w*~ whi serving a
term In Sing Sing for It* u*e that he made
the Invention of which I have already
si*oken. It wh * to him that our prison
system owes th*- lever lock now In use
in every jail in me I'nittwi States By
means of i ksk tl*- mere shifting of
t |*v*r In the wttrdqp * **fl: *■ .• irately
w. ais. Instanta*e<Nirijf. evety *-i. d.*a In
the entire *-tabllshnient Lut.d gave hi*
invention ft*** .\ to th*- wuthorMle.- Hal
it Ir-en Invented under ordinary • irAim
stances it wuu and *eriainl> hav** brought
fortune to Its maker.
L*> k manufa -Hirers have f.ir years leen
ftzhtlng. with mot* >r b - sn- .-ess, the
wke|etn key n*l th* prof* *•.onal l*> k
li A* r The |.m k r*f ItHlsy is infinitely
more complicated than that of fifteen or
* ha Impro
in bn k* only *•tn to call f**rth a Ki*ter
legr**- **f ski.l ind iev# rn* f* from the
h>* k>plck< r* t *n> professional h**tif
thi f. at I* **f. bnight the bK-km ikers to
a standstill. Ills hum* i- Ibnrv Klein.
sn*l it w.i- while 'aiflned in Sing Sing
prison that ha Invent**! and manufM tur
el a set of key* of most *l*. i te work*
ms i f-hip and Ingenious <-onstru*-tlon The
police are n*w in possession of the set
nni regatd It with won l-r and -olmira
il*ai hi* t .e m N- • tni.*t. |. k picklrg out
fit ever made It <-t*nslst- of e*-\era dis
tinct shafts with words, removaub or ex
tei*l.*h|* at will by turning n ser**w
They can Insfantly le *..nv rt*d Into pivot
or hobow k*vs md the d*- and
number of the ward* can bo all* red into
h large variety of >m id nations.
Taking him a.together, th* m**<i-rn bur
glar. lumk-br* nk-r mul swell cracksman 1*
a *hr* wd. Inventive fe|kw, skillful In hi*
unlawful profession. ll*- wouUI sk aje
*t'*r*- fr*|u-ntly than he *)**•* it not
?*r fTiat kirk In h.s ir • *f*• r which
►tump* marly every criminal It is not
went h* do* s when * kualiy mmltting
a crime as how he ..Lmluct* himself uf
terward that frequently giv*-s the police
the .♦ w to his capture. The criminal's
c.evernesi and shr**win*-* r *nd and his
r* • kk *snes* •*♦ gins oi • th* w Job is over
There are. however, some burglars, men
known to be guilty of or implb ate \ in
*nk ar.d other r*.t* rl who g* um ab
jured and unpunished y- *r after year. be.
uuse they over up their tr ck so w.l
that thy leove n ,e J evidence behind
them The*4 men ar** the r*al masters of
their profess! .i They ar*- never off their
guard, never drunk They only dissipate
at rare and dr Intervals and are our
g ars Just a* other m**n ar*- merchants.
“Oravb'wrd ! a fxinlly m II tna with
u . ' so**) a igucnlti'iu u .*m man y
ten) ••My w.fo UiAa 1. and In :lc*
an* U enjoying b*te n a.tn than f r
years ’i li i tii.drvn ke* p w ii i>} laJuog
Grub ard may be ->r*tain and at ah and g
gtorew or writ* to us for it. K**p*ss I/rug
Ctt, K/ie Itrvps., U.v.MMkJi. U*. *O,
Not How Cheap!
mm &” Morgan's
OUR SUCCESS COMES
In the EBLECTION of our goods, to buy only those tha* will I'LLAHL. both In
*t\le and quality. We Itave tried to impress on your mind that no KK tM>B ever
enter our store
OUR SUCCESS WILL 8E ADVANCED
l y your buying youi g#e>ds fr*m u* W* war.t all your trade, as you will l*e> the
vainer by giving it to u* and getting th*- beat good* lor the same prlc- that you
pay for Inferior guod* eDewhere
COME AIMD SEE US
at bast, and let us prove to you that our **-ler>tion I* the best In th* city, and that
our puces are right ,
I* bound to oine. and you will to* sorry that you have put off getting your hom#
fuel up bef *re the rush. We run help you do It, and I*o JT RIGHT.
OUR FURNITURE STOCK
1 now complete—-parlor ind Dining Rkiri Library. Hitting Boom and Kitchen can
b fitted out with g*d* to suit any on*- * ast* l>a(her Couch#*, B <k ra an 1
I.a * v 4'hairs, China Cloaet*. *. fllh#(<>arl* Dining Table*, flat
*’.i k llall Chair# end Bette#*, Folmng H< r* *** h:ii-#-is. Box Couches. FoMlng
iu-i|s. Bed Ijouiigas. C'ornh.natlon Book <‘a *•#. Fancy ‘hairs and Docker * of all de
m rtptlons. Birdseye and Mahogany Dresser* Wash B'ande, Chiffoniers and Tables.
111 I vro\ |IS AM MAMiKi, ••IIMFFI TIOA M V ITHI A4IA.
111. tit's OlMHtßttg* ItliniltfKH % l oR* I%fII*FRIAL I I M'lTI HK PULIH.
Ar* four BPECIALTIBB ttt can't be beat.
We need not *ay much about our sto#*k "f t arpet Kv*rvbdv -ava It Is the beat
In town people come and look, go away, but, LIKK TIIL < AT. they • ome ba< k
A few of our specialties in this departin'nt are Wide port er** f*r Folding fkatrs.
Narrow por *ler#s for Htngle r>oors. Vestibule la'*** sti'i Panel*. Lace from 12*tnch
up to 3*. Inches wide. C#*ich Covers. B Inch* - *i'V, carp* t Stz- Bugs. In Wilton an#!
| Mnyrna sizes .. follows *x*. 3x9 x!2. -xll (• • N-.where else lit
' ft.wti *an y* u ge* tiem. We are selling a fine 3x12 Smyrna Dug ll>o>
W # purchased af a bargain a lot of- imp **fr m a drummer of Daghestan Wll
! ton Bug‘ 3xH feet The regular price of ti **ni is ♦** We are *#• Hng this lot at very
much less The goods are Tl.e price for the asking.
And a fin* uphol,,#rar tn do your work Bp< > lal nrl, ? given on material to ihoaa
111 the \V heej, chair c nee a rul lota of thin** that %* •■n’t enumerate.
OUR LACE CURTAIN STOCK
mut not h. overlook ad #? If I* in full I.Kat Our *'o. kof Man'el I.imhrerjuln#
,in-l Dmperlea I? worthy of notle*. If yo hal a Rleil Carpet Hweepvr you would
rever r<ret ihe price laild for It They ore la tor tu.vere
PLEASE CIVE US A CALL
IN OUR NEW STORE.
McDonough ballantyne, V
Iron Founders, Machinists
MilOU U era ■>■•< ufa rlar.r. ..I -' •
tf) -*a faeuUe kaaiiMa. Verlltal ■■# 1, *•■>•
t* MJlta, Mill ■■# Paaa. aa <■!■ #*all. era.
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