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TBIBUXE WEDXES1UV MOKXIXG, XOVEMUE1I T, 1801.
compiisiiin many oriuinal and exclusive
sales, whieh can be found in our Cloak
Department Experienced sales-persons
arc at 'hand, and no purchaser is al
lowed to leave our establishment unless
suited in the latest styles and faultless
lit. We recognize the truth of the saying,
"A Well-Pleased Custer Is the Best
' Ladles', Misses' and Children's
We have. written a warning story be
fore about this all-important article of
dress:' p.rhaps you did not take our
advice but paid a large doctor's bill in
stead. Garments of all sizes, weaves
and kinds fill the shelves of our exten
sive Underwear Department. Union
suits, ladies' sanitary underwear, Aus
tralian lamb's wool garments, long and
short sleeves,anythingyou can possibly
Wiiut in underwear can be had here.
l'rettily Trimmed Felt Hats,
$3, $3.50, $4.50, $5.
Knowing the character of our
work you will hardly believe
, such prices possible.
l'orboys,girlsand infants. Cor
rect sorts at popular prices.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Br. Reeves is now fully established at
412 Hpruco street, Bcrunton. He has per
formed tome wonderful cures nml lias
rained the confidence of the public. Ho
liua come to STAY and will remain PER
MANENTLY at hi Spruce street parlors.
Jle has had Ions nnd varied experience In
hospital and private practice and treats
all acuto and chronic diseases of men, wo
inou and children.
v,nvnedxaadfn8iti8oenr; Free of Charge
Ko one Is turned away.
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t'ie eye, ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, loet vitality, premature
Weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
'ability, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tolns, blood poisoning, fits, epilepsy, in
uiieretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vitas' danoe,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Tho doctor has opened a female depart
ment uxclUHlvelyfor females, so that thosn
whom "delicacy" has heretofore kept
away muy now receive the services of a
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
ability In all cases.
OFFER TO THE FUBLIC FOR "CATARRH."
Any one suffering; with "Catarrh" who
Xihen to bo PERMANENTLY and
QUICKLY cured may receive FOUR
MONTHS' THEATMKNT FOR ONLY
TEN DOLLARS. This offer holds Rood
for thirty days. The doctor has discov
ered a SPECIFIC for this dreaded dis
ease. You, can treat nnd cure yoursef
and faniiy with It at homo. It never
falls to cure. A trial treatment free.
office hours: Dally, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sundays. 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
2ako elevator In Christian's hat store,
Romomber tho name and number,
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
' , Curtains,
Window Shades and
K - AH the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
(Our doors above Wyoming Housa.
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Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
Used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teethlnir,
with perfect success. It sooths the child,
softens the sums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is the best remedy for di
arrhea. Sold by druggists In every part
of the world. Bo sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup." and take no
other kind, Twenty-flvo cents a bottle.
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RETURNS FROM EACH STATE
Concluded from Page 2.
Ity. Johnson, R., Is overwhelmingly re
turned to congress.
New York, Nov. 0. New York elected n
Governor and Lieutenant Governor for
terms of three years, thirty-four t'on
Kxossmen, and new Assembly. Tho peo
ple also voted upon two proposed amend
ments to the constitution of the state,
submitted by the Legislature, one of
which relates to County JuiIrcs and the
Court of Sessions In Klns county, and
the other Increases the number of .IikIk'-n
of thu Supreme Court. The people also
voted upon the revised constitution sub
mitted by the recent Constitutional con
vention, und separately upon the amend
ments relating to the legislative appor
tionment and to canul improvement. The
candidates for Governor were: David
Tieimett Hill, Democrat; Everett 1'.
Wheeler. Democratic Reform; Levi Par
sons Alorton, Republican; Charles H,
.Matthews, Populist: Francis E. lialdwln,
Prohibition, and Charles H. Jlatehett,
Socialist-Labor. The vote of the State
for PresUlunt In Irtlii was: Democratic,
151. WS; Republican, IW9,85U; Populist, US.KIS;
Prohibition. 34,341; Socialist-Labor, 2.i,K2:i;
The caiidldalPB for concress were: Fli'Mt
dlstilct-lllchaid C. McCormlck, It.; Jo
seph l'luh, D. Second Daniel Uradley,
S. D. ; Dennis II. Hurley. K. ; T. O. Cleve
land, D. Third Francis H. Wilson, li.
Fourth-Israel L. Fisher. R. ; William J.
Coombs. D. Fifth Charles U. Bennett,
R. ; Anton VlcelliiH. D.j J. L. Mostrand, S.
D. Sixth-Jaines R. Howe. R. ; A fl. Hold
ers. D.; Daniel Walsh, S. D. Seventh
John T. .Murtihy. D.; Franklin Uartlctt,
T. 1).; A. K. Ford. H.: J. T. Murphy. E. 8.
D. Eighth Walter F. Tabor, Pr.; Jum-s
F. Walsh, T. . D. Ninth Timothy J.
Campbell, I. I.; M. C. Miner, D. ; John
Simpson, R. Tenth Andrew J. Campbell,
R. ; Daniel E. Sickles, T. I). : Ceorttc
Karsch, K. S. D. Eleventh-William A.
.Sttlzer, D.; Ferdinand Eldman, It.
Tewlfth Robert A. ChuHbrotmh, R.; Ooo.
B. McClellan. T. D.; GeoiRe Walton
Green, D. Thirteenth A mo a J. Cuni
mitiKS, T. D.; Robert C. Shannon, R.;
liaker, E. S. I. Fourteenth Lemuel It.
gulKK. R-; John Cunnelly, T. D. Fif
teenth Philip II. Low, R.; Jacob A. Cn
tnr T. D. ; Robert Greer Monroe. D. Six
teenth H. Franklin Lissutter, D.; Dr.
James 1'. Daly, D. ; Henjamin L. Fair
child. R.: Willium Ryan, D. Seventeenth
Benjamin D. Udell, R. ; KiUfene S. Ives,
D. Eighteenth Jacob Lei'evre. R. ; Wil
liam .M. Ketcliuin, D. Nineteenth Frunk
S. lihiek, It.; Churlcs D. Unities, D. Twen
tieth G;"rp;e N. Sottthwick, R.; Charles
Tracey, 1). ; Ward J. Lee, Pr. Twenty
litst George Van Horn, D.; Henrv !,
Blester, it.; David F. Wilber, R. Twenty.
second-William R. Honsle, D. ; J. L.
Wood, I'r.; . M. I'nrtis, 1. It.; John .ie.
Owen. P. Twenty-third Wallace Foole,
R. ; W. C. Watson, D. Twenty-fourth
Charles A. Chlckerlnir, R.; W. T. Hender
son, D. Twenty-lirth James S. Sherman,
It.; Professor John J. Reese, P. Tueiity-slxth-tieoisc
W. Ray, It.: Sherrill H.
Smith, 1. Twenty-seventh Charles U.
Perkins, Pr.: Walter E. Northrup, D. ;
Theo. L. Poole, R. Twcnty-elKhth Sen-no
E. Payne, R. : Ely MeConnell, D. Twcniy
nlnth Charles W. Gillet, R.; . H. Rob
erts, D.; Albert Cult, Pr. Thirtieth
Frank H. Martin, Pr.; Francis Alurphy,
D.; James W. Wadsworth, R. Thirtv
llrst John D. Lynn, D. ; H. C. Brewster,
R.; i). T. Wllliuins, I. R. Thirty-second
R. H. llnhoney, R.; Joseph C. Gavin, D.
Thirty-third Jacob iMorannsteln, D. ;
Chas. Daniels, R. Thirty-fourth Warren
B. Hooker. D.; D. Frank Allen, P.; A. Y.
Freeman, I'r.; S. N. Wood, D.
Shannon, R., beats Amos Cummlntcs for
couKress by 14 votes. Tammany did not
elect a slnle congressman. The Demo
crats lost three members In Brooklyn.
The state's delegation will stand. L'4 Re
publicans to 10 Democrats. Morton's plur
ality for governor is placed at midnight at
175.1X10. Colonel Strong defeats Grant for
mayor by 7,tKi and Goff leads Smyth for
recorder by luo.uOu. Hill carried New York
city by loss than 2.5UO and lost Brooklyn
and Kings county by 2,0rm. Thu legis
lature Is overwhelmingly Republican, and
the new constitution wins.
Columbus. Nov. fl. Ohio elected a Secre
lay of Slate for a term of two years, Su
preme Court Judge for a term of six
years, number of Board of Public Works,
Commissioner of Common Schools lor
terms of three years, twenty-one Con
gressmen. The candidates fur Secretary
of State, the head of the ticket, were: .Mil ton
Turner, Democrat; Samuel M. Taylor,
present incumbent, Republican: Churles
H. Martin. Populist; Mark G. McCaslln,
Prohibition, and William Wallace, Socialist-Labor.
The vote of the state for pres
ident in 1S'J2 was: Democratic, UU.llfi; Re
publican, W5.187; Populist, 14,8X!; Prohlbl
tlon. 2ii,UI2. Tho vote for Governor In 'M'i
wus: Democratic. 3Ti2,ai7; Republican,
433,:tl2; Populist, lri.M; Prohibition, 22,4'l.
The congressional candidates were:
First district-Charles P. Taft, It.; T. .1.
Donnelly, P.; W. A. Fox, P.; Judiie 11. D.
Peck. D.: Samuel Wells, Pr. Second
Jacob H. Bronwcll. U.; R. H. Wheeler, P.;
G. Al. Hummel, Pr.; J. II. .Matson, D.
Third Paul J. Sorg. D. ; W. H. Kronugu,
P.; G. P. .Macklln, P.; Andrew L. Harris,
It. Fourth Fernando Lay ton, D.; W. 1).
Davles, R.; Jos. M. White, P.; G. C. Knd
ors. Pr. Fifth F. B. De Will, R.: Henrv
L. Goll, P.; John R Snook, 1).; William T.
Chapman, Pr. Sixth George W. Ilulick,
R.; Jos. L. Stevens, D.; Charles W. Pulse,
P.: Sefh L. Ellis, Pr. Seventh George W.
Wilson, P.; Charles E. Gaines, D.; E. S.
Thompson, Pr.; Henry Fletcher, P.
Eighth Lather .i . strong, k. : n. T.
Dunn, D.; George Riddle, P.: T. D. Craw
ford, Pr. Ninth James H. Southard, It.;
Byron F. Ritchie, D.; George Candcs, It,
P. Tenth Lucien J. Fentnn.R.; James it,
Yates, D.; John B. Cobb, P.; A. R. Mcin
tosh. Pr. Eleventh Charles H. Grosve
nor. R.f W. A. Ronsch, Pr.: W. H. Craw
ford, P.; E. It. Lash, D. Twelfth Joseph
H. Outhwatte, D. ; tieotge F. Elmer, P.; D.
K. Watson, Hi: Jacob 1!. Turner, I'r.
Thirteenth Amos Keller. P.; Boston G.
Young, D.; Oconto W. Dunn. Pr.: Steven
B. Harris, R. Fourteenth W. S. Ketr,
R. ; J. C. Laser, D. ; W. 11. Funk, I'r.;
William delta. P. Fifteenth Henry C.
Van Voorhls, R.; Charles Richardson, D. ;
Joseph Benjamin. Pr. ; Steven R. Crum
baker, P. Sixteenth A. O. Barnes, li.;
Lorenzo Danforlh. R.; Jumes Bretcllc, P.;
,1. U. Ball, Pr. Seventeenth James A. D.
Richards, 1).; A. S. McClure, R.; W. F.
Llovd, P.; James Scott, Pr. Eighteenth
Cox'ey, P.; J. Al. Hole, I.; Enos H. Bros
IXia, Pr. Nineteenth Stephen A. North
way, R.: Henry Apthorp, D. ; C, H. Staun
baugh, Pr.; George A. Wise, P. Twen
tieth L. S. Coffer, P.; Clifton B. Beach,
P.; Wllllnm Wat kins, I'r.; H. B. Harring
ton, P., P.; Paul Dinger, 8. L. Twetity
llrst Thomas L. Johnson, D. ; Theo. E.
Burton, It.; John McConough, Pr.; George
A. Groot, P,
The chairman of the Democratic state
committee concedes that Ohio has gone
Republican by lnU,(iOO. Sixteen Republican
congressmen arc elected. Tom Johnson,
the Cleveland free trader. Is beaten.
Democratic State Chairman Taylor has
conceded the state to the Republicans by
Cleveland, Nov. n. Congressman Tom
L. Johnson concedes his defeat by be
tween 'l.tKiil and i',(hi. Johnson's loss from
his vote two years ago averaged 85 to tho
Providence. Nov. 6. Rhode Island elect
ed two Congressmen. The general elec
tion of stale officers was held April 4. Thu
congressional ciindhlates were: First dis
trict Oscar Lapham, D. ; Alelvln Bull, It.
Alonzo Williams, R. ; James A. Wlllliams,
Pr.; George A. Littlefteld, R. Second
Jji-wls E. Remmlngton, Pr.; Warren .
Arnold, R. ; L. T. C. Galvln, D. Republi
cans carried both.
Columbia. Nov. fi. South Carolina elect
ed a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Sec
retary of State, Attorney General, Con
troller General, Superintendent of Educa
tion, Treasurer, Adjutant, und Inspector
General, for terms of two years: seven
Congressmen; a Legislature, which will
elect a successor to I tilled States Sciia'or
Al. C. Butler, (Dein..) whose term expired
Alarch 4, Wo. The people also voted upon
the (luestlon Uf holding a convention to re
vise the constitution of the stale. Flor
. l n-nii i V .
uovernor uie j iiuuuii j'eiuocraiB nomi
nated John Gary Evans, and ho seems to
Complete Returns in Later Edition.
have had practically no opposition. Tho
voie or me state lor president in was:
Democratic. .11.ti.s9: Reinibllcnii. l:!.;!S4: Pun-
The Indications are that the slate has
gone Democratic by a majority of 2o,l"i.
The congressional candidates were:
First district William Elliot, D. ; Gorge
W. .Murray. R. Second W. Jasper Til
bert, D. Third Anbury C. Latimer, D. ;
Robert Moorman, It.; H. II. Evans. R.
Fourth htanyarne Wilson, D. ; Luwstm
D. Melton, R. Fifth-Thomas J. Strait,
D.: Colonel W. R. Davie. 1. I '. Sixth-
John L. Mi-Lauren, D. Seventh J. Wil
liam Stokes. D.: J. F. Islar. I. I . : T. Al.
Johnson, 1. R. The Republicans claim
Johnson's election, and also Melton's, a
gain oi one.
rierre, Nov. B. South Dakota elected a
Governor. Lieutenant Governor, Secre
tary of State. Treasurer, Auditor. Attor
ney General, Superintendent of Public in
struction, Commissioner of Schools and
Public Lands, Superintendent of Labor
Statistics, for terms of two years; two
Congressmen; a Legislature, which will
elect a successor to United States Senator
Richard F. Pettegrew, (l!ep., whose term
expires .March 4, 18.
The people also voted upon three pro
posed amendments to the (.-(.institution of
th- state, one making tho superintendent
of schools eligible to hold the olllce more
than four yeurs In succession, the second
giving women the rluht to vote for school
otlicers, and the third empowering the
legislature to exempt homesteads and per
sonal property from attachment, with cer
tain exceptions, to a reasonable amount.
The candidates for Governor were James
A. Ward, Democrat; Charles H. Sheldon,
present Incumbent, Republican; Isaac
Howe, Populist; M. D. Alexander, Prohi
bition. The vole of the state lor president
In K)2 was: Democratic, heM; Republi
can. :I4,8.V); Populist. 211,541.
The candidates for congress were as fol
lows: At Large John A. Plckler, R. ; W.
A. Lynch. I).; J. E. Kelly. P.; Ji. .1. Gam
ble, It.: Robert F. Connor. D. : Freeman
Knowli s. P.; G. A. Aleck, P. The Repub
licans will every state ollleer nnd ele t
their congressmen at large. The three
constitutional amendments arc adopted,
Nashville. Nov. i!. Tennessee elected n
Governor for a term of two years; u-n
Congressmen; a Legislature, which will
elect a Controller and a Treasurer, for
terms of two years, and a successor to
United States Senator lsham G. Harris,
whose term expires Alarch 4, 1x!i5. The
candidates for governor were: I'eter Tur
ner, present incumbent. Democrat; Henry
Clay Evans, Republican; A. L. .Minis, Pop
ulist. Tho vote of the state for president
In 1!'J2 was: Democratic, i;ii;,l77; Republi
can, ,9WTJ; Populist, 2V122; Prohibition,
The candidates for congress were: First
district W. C. Anderson, R.: Thai!. A.
Cox. !.; S. R. Cheaves. D. Second John
C. Honk, R. ; H. It. Gibson, I. It. Third-
Henry C. Siiodsrnss. D.; Foster . Brown
R. ; Frank !'. Dickey, I. Fourth Benton
Alc.Mlllin. D.; John A. Denton, R.; G, A.
Guthrie, I. D. Fifth W. W. Erwln. R. P.;
J. D. Richardson, !.- Sixth Tip Gamble,
R. ; Joseph E. Washington, D.; T. W.
Lewis, P. S-venth Nichols N. Cox, D.;
II. F. Ferris. R - J. K. P. Blackburn. P.
Elghth-l!enjamln A,. Enloe, !.; John E.
McCnll, It.-. James A. Gates. P. Ninth-
James C. AIcDenrnion, 1). ; J. E. AleCan,
R.; Atwood Pierson, R. P. Tenth Josiun
Patterson, D.; J. W. Brown, R. ; It. G,
The Republicans retain the first and sec
ond districts, iclalm Denton's election
in the third, defeating Jk-Allllln.
Austin, Nov. C Texas elected a Gover
nor. Lieutenant Governor. Controller.
Trcnsurer, Land Commissioner. Attorney
General. Superintendent of Pub ic In
slruetloii, for terms of two years; Chief
and two Associate Justices of the Su
preme Court and Chief and two Associate
Justices or the Court of Crlinina Aimeu s.
for terms of six years: Justices of the Dis
trict i ourts or civil Ai Is; thirteen
Congressmen: sixteen State Senators, and
a new Assembly. The Legislature will
elect a successor to l nltd Hiale.j Senator
Richard Coke, iDem.,) whose term expires
Alarch 4, IW5. The candi.liiles for govern
or were Charles A. Cullier: on, Democrat;
John R. Schniltz, Lily While Republican;
W. K. Alakemson, Republican: T. L. Nu
gent, Populist; J. Al. Dunn, Prohibition.
The vote of the state for president In ISSij
was: Democratic, 23D.14S; Republican, 7;,
478; Populist, Wt,ii88; Prohibition, 2,I(ij.
i ne eaiulMates lor congress were: First
district Joseph I . HutclieHon, D. ; L.
ininn, K. ; j. ,i. uurrouglis, P. Second
Samuel B. Cooper. D .: W. C. Arvtllo It
W. C. Calhoun P. Thlrd-C. H. Yoakum.
IV, James Al. Perdue. P. Fourth David
U. tuilbertsoti, 1 . : H. S. Sanderson. It.
Jim Davis, P. Fifth-Joseph W. Ballev,
D.; W. S. Farmer, H.; l Al. Brown, P.
sixth Joseph Abbott, D.; Jerome Kear
ney. P.; B. O. James, It. Seventh Geoi ge
C, Pendleton, D.: 1. N. Barber. P. Eluhlh
Charles K. Bell. I).; Charles H. Jenkins.
P.; . o. Hutchinson, P. Ninth-Joseph
u. nayers, u. icntn .Miles I'rowiev, D.
A. J. Rosenthal, It.; J. C. McBride. P
Eleventh Win. H. Craln. 1) W Wei, Inn
R. Twelfth A. W. Houston, D.; (Jeorge
H. Noonan, It.: A. V. Gates, P. Thir
teenth B. B. Kenyon, It,; R. C. Cobb. IV,
i. it. luiuuiio. i-.: j. .m. uean. n - j i
It looks like a clean Democratic sweep,
-MOniliel el Xiil- i; Invmnnl r.l.-..l..l n
uovernor. iietitenaiit Governor, Treas
urer, secretary ol state, Auditor, tot
terms of two years; two Congressmen.
The candidates for congress were: First
district Henry Powers, R. ; V. A. Dullard,
1).; John G. Jeuno, P. Second William
W. tirout. R.; George L. Fletcher. 1). Re
publicans have elected both and swept tho
ntuitr li. uuiiuiu lilt) if(Ul I1IUJOI lUCS,
Richmond, Nov. fi. Virginia elected ten
congressmen. The next state election will
bo held ill 18H7. The people adopted a pro
posed amendment to the constitution of
the state, cinpowrlng Justices of tho
Peace to try eases of misdemeanor with
out the Intervention and cost of a Jury.
i no congressional candidates were
First district Win. A. Jones. 1).: James J
AlcDonald, I!.: C. B. Morton. P. Second
i. Giirrlncr Tyler. D.-. Thomas It. Hoi-
land. R. ; T. J. Edwards, P. Third Tase-
weu rjinott, u.; Jumes M. Gregory, P.
G. Al. Smllhdeal. Pr.: J. W. Southward I
R. Fourth R. T. Thorpe, R,; V. it Mc
Kenny, 1).; H. Hobson, P. Fifth
v.iiiiiuu j. Bwanson, v. ; u. v, Uornett R
(. W. B. Hall. P. Sixth-IVier .1 (v
1). : J. Hamilton Ifoire It - n ti Uiw.i.,-
P. Pr. Seventh-S. S. Tinner, D. ; It. J.
Walker, R. ; G. T. Barbee, P.; Itev. J S
Hopkins, Pr. Eighth Ellsha E. Alere-
iiiin, ii.; r. u. .MCL-nuil, K.t .1. H. A ason
the slate, empowering Justices of thu
P. -Nliilh-AI. S. K. Alonison, D.; James
a. waiKer, k.; h. p. Howley, P. Tenth
Henry St. G. Tucker, D.; Jacob Yost, R.
Redmond Cooke, P.
Tho Democratic vote Is light,
Olympln, Nov. 6. Washington elected
two congressmen at large, seventeen
stale senators, and a new Assembly. The
legislature win elect a l tilted States Sen
ator to till the vacancy caused bv the full
lire of tho last legislature to elect. The
candiuaies lor judges were: John L
Sharpsteln, Thomas E. Allen, Democrats
ltalnh (. Dunbar. Al. J. Gordon, keniii.ii
cans; H. L. Forest. J. AlcKcailv. Vniuillut
The vote of the state for president in 18H2
was: Democratic, lh.kii; Kepubllean, 3ti,
4611; Populist, 10,116; Prohibition, 2,55a.
The candidates for congresH were: At
wirge saniuei u. riydo, K. ; ii. F. Hons,
ton, D. At Large Wllllnm H. Doollttle,
K. ; Al. T. (.'anion, i). ; Henry Drum, Ii
Kepuuiicans nave carried the state by 25,
Washington has gono Republican over-
Wheeling, Nov. (1. West Virginia elect
ed four congressmen, a legislature, which
will elect a successor to United States
senator jonnson n. Camden (Dcm.i
whose term expires Alarch 4, 18H5. The
congressional candidates were: First il
trlct John A. Howard, D.; B. H. Devener
It.; J. L. Stealy, P.; .1. Howard Holt, Pr.
Second William L. Wilson, J. ; Allison G
Drayton, It.; U. A. Clayton, Pr.; John T.
janessey, f. rnird John 1). Alderson, D.
lames n. nujing, U.J o. II, I'lel'Son, t
Judge Harvey, D.
Fragmentary returns from the First
Kpietc Kctnrns in Later Edition,
Second und Fourth West Virginia dis
tricts indicate that thu Republicans have
carried all three of ihem and Wilson Is
probably defeated, but complete returns
muv bo required to settle the result. Ho.
urd, D.. is beat en by )'' In the l-'Ir.-U dis
trict. The probabilities are mat viesi
li-Rlnltt will be representee ny a souu
Republican delegation In the next house,
tirnfton. Nnv. 8. There Is scarcely a
ray of hope for Wllllnm L. Wilson. Day
ton has mane xalns in every county as uir
as heard from.
Milwaukee. Nov. R. Wisconsin elected a
Governor. Lieutenant Governor, Secre
tary of State. Treasurer. Superintendent
of Public Instruction. Attorney General.
Railroad Commissioner, Insurance Com
missioner for terms of two years, ten
ongressmeii. seventeen State Senators.
and a new Assembly. The candidates for
Governor were; George W. Peck, present
Incumbent. Democrat ; William Henry I p
liam, Republican; D. Frank Powell. Popu
list: J. F. fleghorn. Prohibition. The vote
of the State for President in W was:
Deniocriile, L7, 14S; Republican, 17M,ii-;
opullst, 11.870: Prohibition, i:).ui;.
The congressional candidates were;
First district Henrv A. Cooper, It.; Ham
ilton I'lley, P.; A. S. Kay, Pr.; Andrew
Mill. I'. Seconil ( iiiiH, ifarwig, i. ; kci
ward. Sanei boring. It.; John J. Sutton,
r.; 11. Wa.le Hewitt, i'. Tlilnl Joseph
W. Babeock, It.: C. Al. Butt.D. P.: J. C.
Martin. Pr. Fourth Theobald Otjen. R.:
Henry Smith. P.; D. C. Rose, D. Fifth-
Blank, D - S. S. Barney, H.; F. W.
North, Pr.; F. C. Rung, P. Sixth O. W.
Wells, D.; S. A. Cook, R.; Riley Bishop.
P.; Byron E. Van Keuren, I'r. Seventh
Icorge II. Lewis. D.: Edward. Berg. Pr.:
General Al. Grltlln, It.; C. H. Van War
mer, P. Eighth Lvman E. Barnes, D.;
John Favllle, Pr.; E. S. Allner, It.; A. J.
.arraoee. A . Ninth Thomas Lynch, 1J.;
Alex. Stewart, It.; J. J. Sherman, Pr.;
John F. Allies, P. Tenth John J. Jen
kins, R.; Edward C. Kennedy. D. : William
Monroe, P.; John Holt, Pr.
i he Hcpubllcnn state ticket is elected
by au.wm. Republicans gain three con
gressmen. W YOMING.
Cheyenne, Nov. C Wyoming elected a
Governor. Secretary of State, Auditor,
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
uf the Suoit-me Court for a term of eWht
yeurs. a District Judge, one Congressman,
thirteen State Senators, and an Assembly.
1 tie legislature will elect a successor to
United Slates Senator Joseph Al. L'nrv.
(Rep.,) whose term expires .March I, M5,
nml a successor to I nlted States Senator
Francis E. Warren (Rep.), the last Leg-
isltii-e having fulled to elect.
The candidates for Governor were: 1-
llam H. Ilolliilay, Democrat; William A.
Richards, Republican; L. C. Tldball, Pup
ullsl. The vote of the state for president
In is'! was: Democratic-Populist fusion.
2; Republican. S.454: Prohibition. fi.
The candidates for congress were: Henry
A. colleen, D.; P. . .MonUeil. R .: K. S.
Richards, for governor, and Alondell, for
congress, are elected by 12.WKI plurality.
The legislature Is safely Republican on
Phoenix. Nov. fi. .1. C. Horndon. T.. de
feats Nathan O. Alurphy, It., and Win.
O'Neill. P.. for delegate.
Complete Returns in Later Ltlition.
Sold throuchont tho world. Price,
Cuticura, SUc; Soap, U5c.; Rcsolvont, SI.
l'nttcr Drug and Cbom. Corp., Sole Fro.
prletors, Eoiton. i-"Hov to Cure
Skin unit lllood Diseases," mailed freo.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OF
mmwm uqk rm ftp
Bought at Sheriff's Sale.
The slock of the Hyde Park Hat and Clothing Store
was bought by us, and will be sold in their
store at a great sacrifice.
r n 1
IN THEIR STORE,
114 SOUTH MAIN AVENUE.
And will last two weeks only,
Come early and secure the
these Big Bargains in Clothing and Furnishings.
Boys'. Pants, 15c. ) Pi.f ' Ifioys' Waists,
Sale at Hyde
SIGN OF TUB
i Look for the Sig.
Santa Fa. Nov. fi. Antonio Joserdv D..
Is re-elected delegate to eoturress. ilefent-
Ing T. B. Catron, the Republican nominee,
und T. F. if. .Mill, the Populist tundldatc.
" ' I TAIL
Salt Lake Citv. Nov. It llclciriilw .Tnsenh
L. Rawlins, D., has been re-elected.
Oklohoma Citv. Nov. fi TV T Vlvnn.
Republican, succeeds himself as delegate
Mr. J, L, GflanUiuei'
Nervous and Weak
all broken down, unable to sleep, distress and
burning In my stomach, smothering and choking
spells this was my condition when I bCRan to
fce Hood s Sarsaparllla. I have taken 8 bot
tles and frel like, another man, can work
with case, weigh over 200, and am cored. I
shall ever be ready to praise Hood's Sarsap.i-
rllla. J. I.. (J Kissinger, New Grenada, l'a.
N. Ii. Bo sure to pot Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills are endorsed by thoiisann--
MlKri-ACIUIlEltS' AOIXTS FOB
TRENTON IRON COS
. WlRt ROPE.
VAN ALEN & COS
OXFORD IRON CO.S
M.bRCHANT BAR IROfl.
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
. BELTING, PAlKING AND HOSL
"KOri'S" LEATHER flELTIrtli.
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"eTAR" PORTLAND CEffiENT.
AMERICAN BOILER G0.S
"ECONOiHY" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
prodnccs the above results In 30 days. It a -.
tiawcrtully und qiiukly. cures when all others fa.
YoiliiK nif u will iviam their Inst mauhood. and 01
meu will recover their youthful vigor by uiit:
UKVIVO. It quickly and surely retO!-eNmoui
nesa, Lost Vitality, Inivoicucy, Ninbtly KmissioD
Lost l'ow.f, Fallins Miuiory. Wastltw Diseases, an
til effects ot M-lf-abuse or eicrsaaud indiscretioi
which limits one tor study, business or mamas". 1
dui only euros Dy siartuat at the si-at ot disease, b.
Is a great ncr.e tonic and blond builder, briu;
ir.g uaea me pink glow to pale cheeks and r
storing thn tire of youth. It wards off Insauit
and Consumption. Insist on haying RF.VIVt), 0
other. It can be carried in Tent pocket. By mat
S1.00 per nackauo. or six for 85.00. with a dos
tire written' guarantee to cure or refun-
tne money. Circular free. Address
ROYAL ME1ICINE CO.. S3 River St., CHICAGO, III
for sale by Matthews Itroi., Drajrls
ecrantou . l'a.
HITS fnn HnmThnut PlmnlM rVmnnhTnlnMri
Spots, Aches. (Wl Sores. L'lcors In Mouth, llnlr
FalllnR? Write Cook Kemedy Co., H07 IU11
onloTrmple, hlciiiro, III., tur proofs of cures.
Capital SOO,(MM. I'ullcntsi'uretl nl nr yriir.
If llll I UJ
as we must vacate the store
best. ' You can't afford to miss
Sale at Hyde
THE RUNT k COU
f frum lilt
1 1 re s
urn vi uiU9
p lilt i
400402 Lackawanna Avenue.
THE FINEST IN
GRAND - DISPLAY
uhenille Table Covers
6-4 Chenille Cover, $1.00 each; reduced from $1.25.
We also carry the 4-4 and 8-4 sizes.
An endless line of patterns. The low prices will as
Black and Gold, White and Gold and Light Colored
ynfilled Oak Screen
75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AfMD 408 LACKA. AVE.
Branch at Carbondale.
Has set in after mopping our brow and giving our
sleeves an extra roll we are aiming to make a record
for the eleventh mouth of the year. Our first floor has
been improved in an artistic way. This store has al
ways been open to you as a place for sightseeing
now more so than ever. Salesmen are here at your
request only. Our aisles (of which there are many )
are the public avenues.
Pll'ICESYou can net a better idea of these by inquiring, but below we
quote a few for pur consideration:
$20 Bedroom Suits, $15.00 $12 Sideboards at
23 " " 17.00 15 " "
28 " " 20.00 IS " "
35 " 20.00 22 , " "
40 " 30.00 25 "
50 " 39.00
35-oriit Carpet at 2S cents I
.o-cMit carpet at 42 cents
()5-cint Carpet at 50 cents
The makes in this department are the best, as follows: "THE PEW
ACORN," "OTHELLO," "HOME SINSHIXE" and "SENATOR." We also
show a complete Hue of Heating Stoves. .
Our Peerless Credit System w ill enable you to make your home the best
place 011 earth. . Money nut required; in fact so little it's not to be consid
ered wlieii compared w ith the comforts that can be secured at our establishment
KEMEMBEK THAT CLOCK, with 5o purchases. THOSE DINNER
SETS, with ?75 purchases. - Former patrons ottered special inducements.
IS CALLED TO OUR
and 2.50 each. These are
85-cent Carpet at 70 cents
$1.00 Carpet at S5 cents