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,rALE, - - MICH. "We havo moyed our business from Old 13rockway to Yale and are fully pre pared to supply the wants of the public in all branches of the Carriage and Wagon trade. The Services of a First-Class Complete Stock of HARRIS BUGGIES and WAGONS. We also handle Jackson Wasons and Tumps, Gang Plows, Plow Repairs, Spring Tooth Harrows, etc. -Come and visit us at our New Quarters- City Marble and Granite Works! Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, Headstones, Mantles. Grates. Tiles, and Cut Building Stone. Buying direct from Quarries, in large customers the lowest possible prices consistent with first-class workmanship and the best material. Before placing your orders with other dealers it will pay you to inspect our work and prices. Please remember, our new salesrooms street west, opposite the Baptist church, N. B. .7. B. PAISLEY. Yale, orders placed with him will have our prompt attention. The best Seed Book for 1S94 is vagrak's Gardening illustrated. It tells the whole Story of Gardening to date. Splendid colored plates of the Cannas, Pansies and Sweet Peas, on which we received highest awards at the World's Fair. It tells you about Money in Vegetables in the Home Garden, and contains iStor valuable gardening hints far m hard limes' vear. We mail: V r 1 Pkt. World's Fair Pansies, I 1 Pkt World's Fair Sweet Peas, r . " J 1 pkt. World's Fair Canna Seed. lm 1 1 with our catalogue, all postpaid jr I for 34 cts. in stamps, provided w I you name this paper. Writeto-day. VAUGHAN'S SEED STORE, BrESI YOUR OUTING ON' THE CHEAT LAKES. Visit picturesque Mackinac Island. It will only cost you about $12.50 from De troit ; $15 from Toledo; $18 from Cleveland, for the round trip, including meals and 1 icrths. Avoid the heat and dust by travel -Ing on the D. & C. floating palaces. Tho attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region arc unsurpassed. The island itself is a frrand romantic spot, its climate most in vigorating. Two new Btccl passenger steamers have just been built for tho upper lake route, costing $300,000 each. jTbey arc equipped with every modern convenience, annunciators, bath-rooms, etc., illuminated throughout by electricity, and are guaranteed to be the grandest, largest and safest steamers on fresh water. These stcamcra favorably compare with the great ocean liners in construction and ppecd. Four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mackinac, fcit. Ignacc, Pctoskey, Chicago, "Goo," Mar quette and Duluth. Daily between Cleve land and Detroit. Daily between Cleve land and Put-in-Bay. The cabins, parlors and staterooms of these steamers are de signed for tho complete entertainment of humanity under homo conditions; the pal atial equipment, tho luxury of the ap pointments, makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable. Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet. Address A. A. Bchaxtz, O. 1 ii Tt A.. D. t C. Detroit, Jlica. ADULTERATED WINE IS injurious, UUl uuiuiUK uica onuufcm, and tones up tho stomach like a pure old port wine. ' Royal Ituby Port," so called for its royal taste and ruby color, is on account of Its purity, age ana sirengin, nai-MonloTltr oAnnfrA fnr invalids. COnVftl- esccnts and the aged. Sold only in bottles (never in bulk) while cheap wine is sold br the rallon and rives a larcer profit to the seller but less to the user. This vine is absolutely pure, and has the age without which co wine is fit to use. Ba sure vrn p-et "Itoval Ruby": quart bottles $1, pints CO cts. Sold by Grant IIoMcn St J'.ro. locO PjS State St. Subscribe for the Expositor. Parkinson, Horse Shoer Have been secured. lots, we are in a position to give our and factory are now located on Butler Port Huron. Mich., is our authorized agent. All 1IKRIFFS 8ALK: Notice is nereny oven mat. ty virtue r a writ of Fieri Facias. Issued out of th Circuit Court lor the County 01 Alcoiui. Mlchlinn. In tavnroi Hudson iiansier, a minor, by .Mines J My for, ins next iricmi, Htralnst the uoous and chattels ami real estate of .lesso A. Morrill and ,iiiiliu, 01 ni. l.iu 1 uuiiiy. in 111c uiiri'iru and delivered, I did, oil the jotli day of July, lNi, levy uioii aun take an 01 rue right, title, and interest of the said Jesse A. Morrill and lievl Morrill In and to the following described real estate, that Is to sav: A neice or parcel of land described as follows: Coinniencina at a point. 10 chains south of the northwest corner or the northeast quarter of section niteeii, township cii;iii north, range fourteen cast: running thence east 12:83 chains: thence S. K degrees and ,i. minute W. I'.OO chains; thence S. 'J 7 decrees K. 3.oo cliains; thence S. 7-' decrees and is minutes i.m chains; thence N. M degrees and 3D minutes east l.oo chain; thence N. U3 degrees and :m luiniites I'.. 1. 00 chain; thence N. ; degrees and :i minutes i a.oo chains ; thence .. 4.1 negroes and no minutes K. 1.00 chain: thence N. :fi degrees ami 10 minutes K. I. no chain; thence S. ii degrees and 40 minutes E. 4.a chains: thence S. 5.1 decrees and 4.1 minutes E. 5.4H chains: thence S. 4? degrees and 10 minutes h. '.'.."iO chains: to the south line of the north half of the northeast quarter of Haiti section tUtccti, thence west along said boundary line to the west line of said northeast quarter ot said section niteeii; thence norm to the place of beginning. Also the south half of the northeast quarter of sain neei ion niieen. Also that nart of the west half of the north west quarter of section fourteen lying to the south of the highway extending southeast through the same. All of the above described lands being situate in that lownship or i.rockwav. County of St. Clair, and State of Michigan, and all of which I shall exiM)se for sale at 1'ublic Auction or vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House ut the City of Fort Huron. In said County of St. Clair, that being the place for holding the Circuit Court In said Count v, on the J!ith day of September, 189t, at one o'clock In the atteruoon ot that day. Dated this 11th day of August, 18:4. JACOU RKRNATZ, Sheriff, bv WILLIAM MYRON, 1 1 All VI Y TAITAN. Deputy Sheriff, Attorney for 1'laintllT. 13-7 CIIEKIFF'S HALE j Notice Is hereby given that, bv virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, Issued out of the Circuit Court for the County of Alcona. Michigan, in favor of Thomas A. Morrill, a minor, bv James I'ayfer, his next friend, against the good ami chattels and real estate of Jesse A. Morrill and Levi Morrill, in St . Clair Count v, to me directed and delivered, I did, on the ;iuth day of July, lK!i. levy upon and take all of the right, title and Interest of the said Jesse A. Morrill and Levi Morrill in and to tho following described real estate, that is to say: A piece or parcel of hind described ns follows: Commencing at a point 10 chains south of the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section llfteen, township eight, north, range fourteen east: running thence east 1J.83 chains; thence S. 8 degrees and ai minutes W. '.'.no chains; thence S. '.'7 degrees E. :i.on chains; thence S. i degrees and l." minutes E. 1.4.1 chains; thence N. M degrees and ;m minutes east l.oo chain; thence N. ;:t degrees and an minutes E. l.oo chain; thence X. frfi dezrees and 3.1 minutes K '.'.cm chain :s thence X. 4.1 degree and fin minutes E. l.oo chain; thence V :!) degrees and 10 minutes E. l.oo chain; thence S.40 degrees and 40 minutes E. 4.im chains; thence s. M degrees and 4.1 minutes E. 5.4M chains; theneo S. 47 degrees and 10 minutes E. 2.50 chains; to the south line ot the north half of t lie northeast quarter of said section llfteen, thence west along said boundary line to the west, line of said northeast quarter of said section fifteen ; thence north to the place ot beginning. Also the south half of the northeast quarter of said section fifteen. Also that part of the west half of the north west quarter of section fourteen lying to the south of the highway extending southeast through the same. All of the above described lands being situate In that Township of llrockway. County of St. Clair, and State'of Michigan, ami all of which I shall exixtse for sale at Public Auction or vendue, to the highest bidder, nt the front door ot the Court House at the Citv of Fort Huron, In said County of St. Clair, that being the place for holding the Circuit Court In said Count v, on the '-.nth day of September, 1K04, at one o'clock In the afternoon of that day. Dated this 11th day ot August, law. JACOn HKRNATZ. Sheriff, by WILLIAM MYRON, IIAKVEY TAI'I'AN, Deputy Sheriff. Attorney for 1'luln tiff. 15-7 JOHN DRENNAN, ELLIOTT, St. Clair Co., MICH. Notary Public tt Conveyancer, Money to loan on farm nronertv. Hates of Interest. 7 and 8 ler cent, according to size of loan. rartles bringing abstracts will receive im mediate attention. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. 1 Avoca Letter. Dr. Ardiel is in London for a few days. Wedding; bells will soon bo ringing in Avoca. A. II. Newkirk has the stone work of his new house about completed. Jay Hull and K. 15. Thatcher were in town Tuesday looking after delegates to the Kepublican county convention. Charles Wells and family are getting settled in their new home. We wel come them and hope Charley may do well in the drug business. David Quail is fixing up his elevator and now we have opposition in the grain business. We already have the best hay market in the county. RoseburK Letter. Adam Petit was in Croswell last Sat urday on business. business called V. D. Lorn to Port Huron on Saturday last. John Mathews returned home Satur day from a trip to liay City. Moses Burns, of East Fremont, was a visitor in town Saturday evening. Mrs. W. A. (irant is improving in health and is able to bo around again. Geo. W. Bradshaw and wife and W. II. McKenzie and wife havo been in Lansing this week. We are sorry to tee that Stot has a very bad eye, which he has to keep under the shelter of a red bandana. This is to be most recrettcd from the fact that it somewhat mars his usually handsome appearance. Brockway Letter. Peninsula tent, K O T M, intend having a social and dance in the near future. The Catholic church is undergoing extensive repairs, the old plastering is being taken off and ceiling taking its place, which will add very much to it. John Davey has rented the saioon known as tho Oatman place in Avoca, and is going to open up business there this week with Herman Zuuo as man ager. The entertainment of Alhambra Hive, L O T M, held in tho old Uaptist church on Tuesday, August i!8, was very largely attended and was a suc cess both socially and financially. The program consisted of recitations ana dialogues, after which peaches and cream wero served, hvcryone went away well satisfied and pronounced it one of the best socials ever held in this place. Proceeds 23.70. Emmet Letter. Everything looks green after the rains. Anna Donohue gave her friends a party Monday evening. Dr. Abbott spent the latter part of last week visiting Detroit hospitals. Thomas Foley represents Emmet tent, K t) 1 M, at Lansing this week. Dennis Holey, Alfonso Sharp and John Koberts left Tuesday for college. Tho recent rains have made the roads muddy owing to the deep dust. Koy, son of J. F. Uuckley, under went operation for hip disease last Friday, lne head ot the thigh bone was removed. Sunday night's itorm did consider able damage about the country, un rooffing barns, throwing forest trees, breaking orchard trees, tumbling lences, etc. The Emmet Wolves lay down and wero eaten by tho Lambs' nine Satur day. For the first seven innings neither hide pcorud but in the last two the Lambs clothed the Wolves in eorporas. Elliott Letter. II. M. Lothian, of Yale, was in town last week buying sheep. Amos Witmer. of Brown City, was a guest of Robert Murray and wife last Sunday. Addio Drennan, who has been at St. Ignace for the past year, arrived home last luesday. There is to be another wedding in town m the near future. Who can this couple be? E. 15. Thatcher, of Marine City, was in town Tuesday looking after dele gates to tho county convention. Tho social held at John Stevens' last Wednesday for the benefit of the Sab bath School was a decided success. Five new applicants balloted for in May tent, No 477, last Friday night and two initiated, hull thev come. Cieorgo Wait and Mary Callander were quietly married on Wednesday, August 29th, at Yale. We wish them happiness and success through life. Ilev. J. H. Paton will preach at the lHUlock school house on l-riday even incr September 14th. Evervbodv cor. dially invited to como out and hear him. The board of school inspectors will meet at tho residence of John C. F. Dohrman on Monday, September 17, 18'J4, for tho purpose of making their annual report. Mrs. William Hoffman, Mrs. Cuiii mingsand Mary Murray left for De troit last Monday morning to visit friends and relatives and will be gone a week or two. Republican caucus at the Lynn town hall Tuesday evening, September 18th, to elect delegates to the county con vention to be held in tho city of Port Huron, Friday, tho Hist. Died at the residenco of her mother Mrs. d. Kichardson, on Saturday morn ing. September 8th, 1894, Sarah Ann Hill. '1 he funeral services were held on Sunday at the M. P. church, Kev. L. Clark officiating. A very large con gregation were in attendance. A number of young folks from Yale and other points attended services in the Menonite church last Sunday even ing. Iiev. Schlicter, of Prown City, preached the rermon. The church was well filled and everybody con ducted themselves In an orderly man ner as they should always do, not as heretofore in a circus like manner. General News. Almont school has 216 enrollment of pupils. Algonac races last week were quite a success. Pig bicycle races at Richmond this week edncsday. n Fbly young man has applied for a patent on a hen e op. Will Ilorland an. I Relle Rurghardt, two popular youn people of Imlay City, were married ept. b. Mrs, Geo. Smith, of Almont, broke the bridge of her l ose by falling on a broken plank in the sidewalk. The house and barn of Phillip Yokey, of Purnside. burned last week, catch ing lire from the burning swamps. There was an attempt to burn the railroad elevator at Romeo one night recently, but the plan did not work. Tho fence around the cemetery in St. Clair caught tiro last week and was burning briskly, when the hrenien ar rived and put it out. John Davidson, living near Port Aus tin, had his entire year's crop and all tarnnng implements destroyed by in cendiary lire last week. Night thieves are now doing Mt. Salem, carrying off bread, butter, eggs, ham, canned Iruits, etc.,lromditierent cellars. Keep your doors locked. It is probable that the Port Huron Driving Park Association and Windsor and Sarnia will hold a three days' race meeting at each place in October. Hiram W. Hamilton, an old special delivery letter carrier, who came to Port Huron when not a man resided there, died last week aged CG years. The elevator at Smith, rivo miles from Almont, was destroyed by tire last week with "o tons of hay. The Maccabees lost their turniture, etc. also. The Port Huron Fibre Works have shut down for a short time on account of the depressed condition of trade New and improved machinery will be added. Jacob Lorscli, of Mussey, saw some one making off with his horse the other night ami tired over the fellow's head He recovered tho horse but the thief made off. II. P. Jenney, of Capac, has again been arretted, charged with forgery Another torged order has been found Jenney has been kept in hot water for some time. The new McElroy steamer I'nique made her trial trip last week. She is a beauty and expected to make fast time Her run will be between Port Huron and Detroit. Win. Delahunty, a firemen who had his skull fractured at the Kern brewery hre in Port Huron recently, is lmprov ed in health but his reason is gone. He will be sent to Pontiac. The woolen mill at Carsonvillo burn ed to the ground last week. The loss is about &i,0)0 with no insurance. The proprietor, A. II. Jones, of I'bley, is a young man and the loss is a severe one to him. Evangeline Hive, 3"5,of I5crlin,gave Rev. Windrem and wife a very pleasant surprise at their home in Capac last week Wednesday. They brought a bountitui dinner and a do lighttul day was enjoyed. John Jacobs and (Jeorgc Green caught in the act of smuggling opium into this country from Canada, were taken to Detroit, when they both plead guilty and were held in 2,500 each to appear lor examination. Alice Cadotte, 17 years of age daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ca dotte, of Marino City, died last week after an illness of three days, caused by the bursting of a blood vessel in the brain, brought on by over-study. A small Port Huron boy swallowed a timothy head and for threo month was greatly troubled with a bad cough and became almost a skeleton. Finally a consultation of doctors was held and an abscess was found on the left lung A hole was made through his back, a large amount of pus came through hnally tho timothy head, lho hoy 1 now much improved. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any otner adulterant. CREAM ' 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. cirvRCii PinrcTORT. METHODIST PROTESTANT. SKUVICKS alternately at 10.30 o'clock a. m. and 7.JU p. in. He v. V. K. Perkins, paotor. Sunday School at 2 p. 111. A. Gohecn, Supt. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. SERVICKSatlO.aoa. in. and 7.00 p.m. Itev. J. II. Iliirrl.Hon, jiastor, residence 011 hmI street in K, K. Ijiw's house, Sabbath school ul 12 m v. u. iioiitcn, sunt. CHURCH OF CHRIST. AT A. C. CHAPEL. Services at 11 a. ru. I'rayer meetings every Thursday evenlnu at 7 o'clock. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. CIIAl'KL on Mechanic street. K. 11. lirown, Minister. Treadling every Sunday at 11 a. 111. and ":; n. 111. Sunday School at in a. 111. Junior Kudeavor at .1 p. 111. Christian Kmleavor at 4 p. 111. Prayer MeetliiKat7:. every Thurs day evening. 33-U3X2TX:S3 DIRECTORT. DR. BENJ. CLYNE. 1)If YSICIAN, SUIUIKON & ACCOUtTIF.UR. ortiee 011 Main street, first door south of Post mice. Vale. Oil ice hours from U t Tues- lays and Saturdays all day. DR. WILL H. GOWAN. T)HY8ICIAN AND NUMiKON. OftVc on I MjIii t.-....t in,...jir. i,v,ir Viunlunli JL' ClI ' Hardware. Residence oil Main street, sooth of the lUnley house. Olllee hours lutoaaud to 8 uMHialiy, Sundays excepted. specialties. Treatment or trie NOSE. THROAT and EAR. DR. A. MITCHELL, TllIYSlCIAN.SUROKOXandACCOUCHKUR. 1 Special attention given to chronic disease. Oftlee In t'liam'.erlaln block, otllce hour: in to I J a. ni. and I to 3 11. 111. Residence 011 Kciinenc street, first house north Michaels' hall, Yale, WILLIAM WIGHT. A f !.('. M. Trlnltv University. M. I). C. M. (1 Victoria University. Toronto. (nt. Ollice ami resilience .Mam street npitosite mime ihock Otllce hours 1 to 4 p. in. daily. DR. W. R. YUILL. IJIIYSKIAN AM) NU IMS HON. OHlce and L residence upstairs In the Docile Klock on Main street. Ollice hour Wednesdays and Sat unlays from 9 a.ni.toti. 111. W. N. ARMSTRONG V. S.AV. D. TTETKRIXARY SUR(SE AM) DENTIST. t Honorary (.raouaie. .Meuausi. una rri.e man of the Ontario Veterinary College of Toron to Canada. Diseases of all domesticated anl mals treated on the latest sclentille principles. Call by day or night promptly attended. mice open nay ami niznc. wince isi uoor souiu 01 ule Hank. DRS. WARNER & E. A. CORNELL. ME. EAR. NOSE AM) THROAT. Drs j Warner & K. A. Cornell, of Port Huron, Mich., will bo at the Raplev House the 4th Fri day In each month mid will treat diseases of above organs only. FRANK W.SMITH, AUCTIONEER, All kinds of sales attended 011 short notice at Reasonable Rates. Satisfaction (iuaranteed. WM. GOWAN. ATTORNEY and Counselor-at-Law. Rooms in the Rapley block. Probate business and collections promptly attended to. GEO. H. BROWN, D.D.S. pvENTAL ROOMS. Onoslte Post Office, Port J Huron. Uitest modes 01 operating. incpid tngbridge work or artitlc.al teeth without plates W. W. LORD. UCTIONEKR. Peck, Mich., Is prepared t I . attend all kinds of sales on snort notice am it reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited Orders sent either by mall or telephone to Dr Toal at Peck win lie promptly attended to. RAPLEY HOUSE. tSKNERAI, INVITATION is extended U 1Y all to call and see me when in tow n. tSoot accommodation for commercial travelers am farmers. A choice selection of wines. Honor and clirars always on hand. Thomas Rapley proprietor, laie. AARON WINDSOR, 'POXSORIAL ARTIST, Yale. If you want t 1. llrst class haircut, shave, shampoo or sei foam, don't fail to give him a call. Charge moderate, cocrx:x"sr sihzctcrt. F. A. A. M. R BROCKWAY LODGE, No. 316. mP'xij? Regular communications for ls;4 will l. A be held on the following Ihursdavevc ' liings on or before the full of the 111001 of each month nt h o'clock In Masonic hall, Mali street, iale. .Mav l": June 14 and .'4; .luiv 1 August M: September 13: October 11; Novem hers; DeeemlH-r and 'J7. Msltlng brethre will receive a fraternal welcome. Henry Pearee. M. John V ark, Secretary. R. II. Menerev. Trcas K. O. T. M. AAI.E TENT, No. 86 1 Regular review ever) 1st and :ird luesdav even lugs at7.3) o'clock sliarp.ii their hall. I.utz block Visiting Knights will be royally received. Members requested to attend regu laiiy. .lames E. I.utz Record Keeper. William Strong, commander. PEERLESS HIVE, 123 L. O.T. M., Mnxl. tli. flrut 11ml tlilr.l Vrl.l iv evening of each month in Macca- bee Hall, at 7 :30 o'clock. Janet Alward, R. K. Minnie llolden.Com. I. O. O. F. 2yu, A r vance lodge, no. no. ijSxi. Meets every Kridav evening at fLv their hall In Chamberlain block, Yale. Members of the order are cordially Invited to attend. E. F. Fead, N.1. Harmony Lodge. No. lit. D.of R., meets everyal ternate Wednesday. Mattle Vincent, N. O. COLLEGE, Port Huron, Mich. The best equipped Iluslness College In the West. For circulars KiviiiK particulars, address J. R. (iOOI)IER. President. AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY or commission, to hamllo the new Patent Chem ical Ink Erasing 1'eiicil. The quickest and creatcst selling novelty ever produced. Erases ink thoroughly in two seconds. No abrasion of paper. Work's like masic. iihi to .nm per cent profit. One Agent's sales amounted to .;.'( in six days. Another .W In two hours. Previous experience not necessary. For terms ami full particulars, address, Tho Monroe Eraser Mf'g Co.. I .a Crosse. Wis. x4! $1.00 13 Weeks $1.00 The New York Illustrated News Is aSixteen Page Newspaper, Issued every Thurs day, which w 111 e mailed, securely wrapped, to any address in the Pulled States, for thirteen weeks, on receipt of Onk Doi.i.ak. The New York Illustrated News lias no con nectlon whatever with any other publication. Newsdealers and suHscribcrs are cautioned against Imitations. A Liberal I Mseount allowed to Post Masters, Agents, ami Clubs. Sample copies mailed free. All communications must lie addressed ARTHUR T. LUM LEY, 3 Park Place, New York. UJIlITrn Salesmen, to sell our choice and II Alt 1 L U. hardv nursery stock. Many secial varieties to offer !oth In fruits and ornamentals, and controlled only by us. We Kiy commission or salary, give exclusive territory and pay week ly. Write us at once nd secure choice of territory. MAY BROTHERS, Nursery men, Rochester, N. Y. Itipan Tabulcs : for liver troubles. SOW VVX HY at r MKC t (HEELER 1 1 IW 1 & UiLsoirs SEWING MACHINES POPULAR? BECAUSE LADIES BUY THCM LIKE THEM AND TELL JrVe'Sos. Many ladles have used our machines twenty to thirty years in their family work, and are still using the original machines we furnished them a generation ago. Many of our machines have run more than twenty years without repairs, other than needles. With proper care they never wear out, and seldom need repair. We have built sewing machines for more than forty years and have constantly improved them. We build our machines on honor, and they are recognized every where as the most accurately fitted r.nd finely finished sewing machines in the world. Our latest, the 'No. 9," is the result of our long experience. In com petition with the leading machines of the world, it received the Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition of 18S9, as the best, other machines receiving only compli mentary medals of gold, silver and bronze. The Grand Prize was what all sought for, and our machine was awarded it. Send for our illustrated catalogue. We want dealers in all unoccupied territory WHEELER S WILSON MFG. CI. 185 4. 187 WABASH AVC. CHICAGO BOURBON C PURE RYE Shipped pure and unadulter ated direct from the distillery. Pronounced a pure and whole- some tonic-stimulant Dy tne medical fraternity everywhere. Gives life, strength and happi ness to the weak, sick, aged and infirm. It you cannot procure It of your druirgist.or liquor dealers, upon receipt of $1.60 we will express prepaid to any address a full quart sample bottle of Old Elk Rye or Bourbon. STOLL, VANNATTA & CO.. DISTILLERS, Lexington, Ky. The Keystone Watch Case Co. of Philadelphia, the largest watch case manufactur ing concern in the world, is now putting upon the Jas. Boss Filled and other cases made by it, a bow (ring) which cannot be twisted or pulled off the watch. It is a sure protection against the pickpocket and the many accidents that befall watches fitted with the old-style bow, which is simply held in by friction and can be twisted off with the fingers. It is called the and CAN ONLY BE HAD with cases bearing their tradt mark V Sold only through watch dealers. without extra charge. Don't ut your knlft or fingar nails to open your witch caio. Stnd for an opener (free). RipansTabules. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely used by the best medi cal authorities and are pre sented in a form that is be coming the fashion every where. Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure dyspepsia, habitual constipa tion, offensive breath and Head ache. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, biliousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will surely and quickly remove the whole difficulty. RipansTabules may be od tained of nearest druggist. Ripans Tabules are easy to take, quick to act, and, save many a doc- tor's bill.