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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 1, 1889, Acton, Massachusetts                                 ■M  OONOORD, MASS., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889.  1ST umber- 0-  , jSfipi  V"** . . "" '  jPVBUSBBRS  .OOper yoar, »lai»«•)  ADVANCE.  3RO, MAYNARD, ßüDBtmy, nikKO, yPKSTON,  • SOUTHBOKO, AND ijfaW&rtlÄitei'County.  irai ÓjhMt  f  Wood «qoare, HUDSON. " "ifa 'A, MARLBORO. * Matal it, M ATNA RD.  v.»C'&A•'>■tèi."' ' ' ••••''--••  * e; «Mb additional, 28c.  "SÄlam».«*., 1®  ^jssstuss^r, «»»   (  «« pe( year. Including a copy of ifefbeal column, 10eint*a line .'«nwtMMIM.  J.ftt» <»nti. or three weeks  wy—  1  (fer*  b   JM «ïrwnfllni ate lines, one Insertion, SO cent« gar Tln«Uat wtrerttstag, oasfa to advance.  -Tjä» #»IH*««O: '  é^ptkwTromptly and satisfactorily  M't .  'témernber tlie best placo in town 8boes, Rubbers, aud Slip-  M Shoe Store  Jffttn street, apposite N.ison street. A fall Hue of  W. L. Douglas'  OBHiEIBR-^TED SHOES.  k e  A1ao a complete line of Misses and CJiild-*ettShoe*. Hoel and Spiliig Heel " with prices to suit every ono.  Don't buy four  '«HI »on have esnmlmd my stork, tl>e largest Hid moat complete line in town. Tbeae goOds aie n< w and clean. »ir from tbe manufacturci» and were bought 'fwSPDTCASH at» biff discount, thereby 1#tor tbe purcl>a*er the benefit. Ladies ■ ■■ -vji ittlUh. robtwr examine  GIL*QBE.  MAIN ST., opposite NASON ST.  - Mass.  Maynard's Block, Maynard,  UKW áKtt HOBBY STILUS  -OF-  >j » fe*  >ÌK  OmatOATRl Muynard—Thuradaya» Fridsys and Sat-ordays. In Maytiard'« block.  Nortbboro—Motiday a. Tuesdays and Wedoeadaja, »t realdenoe Main street. , , i ...  HOBACE TÜTTLE  llack, Boardlng  n a t  andLlferyStaUle  Walde» MlrMI, CM*«rd. Ha«  Kackt and Karges futnls bed for pai tie«. unters (eftat j. C. FriiOd'a Dru* Store and at the Stallte will recelTe prompt attention, Couoecteil liy triephnn*. _  P. J. SULLIVAN  lias in a full line of  Fall and Winter  Styles and Samples  L. E. BROOKS,  Hack, Livery. Feed  and Boarding Stable  llnckft furnished for weddings, funerals, etc., and l.a«e.  aR .  depot ,  CONCORD, - MAW».  Connie ted by telephone. Hacks at Uepo.  MISS ANNIE C. BLA1SDELL, Christian Sol ntist.  ABSENT TREATMENT GIVEN, jynenldence and Poatofflco addrew.  .. <;•■«•«!, M«««,  OF-  THOMAS H. DETJRY  Boom) over H. 8. Richardson's Drug Store.  A good line of  Worsted A Woo|en Samples  To select from. A good ALL WOOL pair of Trousers for $5.00. Suits quail y low  (gpRepa'ring nea'lydone._£a  Concord......Mass.  Gents Furnishings  Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas.  Pants made to Order  AH goods sold at Bottom Prices.  ClotMn£ Repaired aorl Cleaned.  Neil Currie & Co.  &• S, ADAMS,  Horse-Shoer  --AND-  General Blacksmith  '  !  M AYXAnD, MAHS., Opp. Asaabet Manufucturiutc Cu.'it Mills.  Care tak«m in shoeing Intcrforinpr, Over-roach ¡ay and Tcndi!i--fool;ti Horses. All work warranted and ¡it •niva aud M llvi " prices.  HOUGHTON'S  |;8t«w* IbiyBard, Bockbottom, Bolton and Boston  Mar* <»lm and- Herlia at ' at Undsod with T.42 A. M.  _____gltoa and Berlin on ar-  tntafnn Boston.  M>MM, 61 «caia  _______»»ISM, 99 «caia.  (■OoartB^oar*.  «, fiMBMK< Fr»»H«««"  A. B. BLACK.  Wtelwiilt i CraP Builder.  t'ONCORU. MAW-  Carriages  For sale, repaired, built or exchanged.  Harness Making, Carriage Painting and Trimming a Specialty.  Harnesses Hobes, Whips, etc., for »ale or exchange.  !R tRBLfi & GB1NITK WORKS.  P. J. SHEEHAN,  (Hucccanor to D. K. Williama & Co.) Manufacturer of and dealer In all kind« of  Foreign and American Granite and Marble  A lore* .iwuirtment ronatontly on hand a> price« that defv competition.  MF-C»11 and examine balore purchasing elsewhere. Visitor» always welcome.  Bedford Street, - Concord, Mass.  aprll 21-ly  (O-l'AHTXKKSIIir NOTICE.  WE tho underpinned would refpectfnlly an iKHincetn the public that we h .ve »hi« dav, Si?lit '¿3,18»», filtered tut« a co-pnrtnershlii for I lie Iiuriiow) uf carryin« 011 tli^prnv « on IiuhI-nrsf at the old «turni formerly occupied l>y H. Davis & Co.. under Hie firm name of Davis« Sarsent. Mea s of all kinds eons antly on habil. also Veeetabes and Krulta In their »eason. By attending strictly to business principles we hope to gain a »bare of the patronage and tbe good  will of all.  E. H. DAVIS. A. F. StRGENT.  O- JBE. -yoxjnsrG Barber, and Hairdresser,  Has newly fitted up the shop formerly occupied by Thomas Miller, and la prcpired to serve the public In a first class manner. . ,  Particular attention ¡/iren to cutting Ladles ami Children'* Hair. So ith Acton. Ma»». May K. I*.  Foreign and Domestic Cloths  Also it very fine lino of  Gents'Furnishing Goods  Repairing and Gleaning  Neatly and quickly (lone.  P. J. SULLIVAN,  Riverside Block, Main Street,  MAYNAKI). - MASS.  H. S. HAPGOOD,  AUCTIONEER & APPRAISER,  Stow,  HARRY L AL»Eini V\.  Veterinary Surgeon,  Concord, Mass.,  Will attend to .ill di-i-ancs of  Cattle, Horses, Sheep, etc.  Orders left with A. 1!. Itl.ACK. »ill b.'pn.nii.l-ly attended to.  WILLIAM BARRETT,  General tarnce Agent,  Concord, Mass  The following CompauleH ur" ri-pri-sentcil:  Mutual Comi-asiks. «tatacr, U*lfalir, Worrf»t.->, Tm.^i--. «ad M«*hnaie»,«'i«l«wn»j""< 1  ««■« iraiu k. Sto< k Ciimtamix n*o«e, HpriagBeld, I'huiaU "f ••«< ' fard, la». €>•. »t 1«. A., i ouliu«-ofi»M'ror. Wa»fc.,aaal Narlhcra A»»»rnntf»( '»"-•loa.  ijyLlfo and Accldont I'olicii» wrillni in first-class Companies.  C01ÍGH  A LS A Ml  Dr. CHAS. H- JOHKQUEST,  insurance building,  OBce^penevery day except Fridays from 9 A. M. to.12 M., and from, 1to 0 l'.M. Krld ays A M . at Heformatory. Appointments made through the mail, box l.U. Hcleicm-c I good, 2» Tremont Street. Hosl  COXCOHI), MASS.  >.M. F Kcfeicnee Drs. Flngg A <>>  0LD~C0L'6NY~RAILROAD —NORTHERN DIVISION-  Winter-rrancement of train«, in effect on and after Out. 14, I8J1), to and from HoMon and Marlboio N 'rttdSn, Cllnton, LÌmnln 3 ter and Kltchluug. Trains arrive at and depart Iron, Ho,  ton Ä Albany it abroad depot, Boston  TltAINS SOUTH.  a m am  l^avc Fltchliuri; 6 25 7 25  U'ominxter«as »33 I'ratts Junction, {(> -U  «'lixlva 0 S3 7 48 Itolton (H 57 West llerlin }7 02 lierllu 7 05  North boro 7 12 8 03 Hospital station J7 15  Arrive Marlboro 7 37 8 30  Leave Marlboro 7 18 8 05  Marlboro Junct 7 25 8 14  Houtliboro 7 2» 8 18 Payvllle 7 32  l'ramliiuliam 7 8 27 I.aUnvK-w, }7 40  AI l ive So. Kraiuin'm 7 45 8 32  RaaMa IS 9 1«  Leave Maiislleld 9 ^  Taunton, » ,VJ  New Itedford II 20  Fall I liver II 10 Mrive at New V»rk, Kali ltlver line.  am p m  9 00 12 15  9 09 12 24 9 18 12 32 9 28 12 42  412 -Hi 12 60  19 39 }12 53  9 45 1 00  19 47 J1 0 i  10 03 I IV  9 00 1 05 4 18 9 50 1 13 4 23 III INI 1 I' 4 2li  10 02 1 IS + 29  10 09 1 21! 4 38  V 27 §4 :t'.l  10 14 1 4 44  11 00 2 40 5 55  2 50  3 10  3 53  4 02  TRAINS NOUTII.  Trains arrive at and depa  Wedn'ví Saturdays )> in  pm  p m 4 00 4 10 4 18 4 2* 4 32 4 M 4 :r.i  4 it; §4 4;1  5 05 4 50  4 58  5 02 5 (>l 5 II  » If. (i 00 il :ui i; 51  $r, f.«  C IHI  ü II.!  <> Oil  5»; 12 i;  « ir.  r. i'l  (i .'•'i  i; 28 i.  i', il  Sundays a m 7 in  51 };■•  ; .it h  §7 4«  7 Mj §7  8 14 8 1)0 8 IH K 12 8 It 8 21  §8 tl  8 -JÜ  9 20  I^'.i \ r New York Fall ltlver, Now lied lord Taunton. Mansfield Umm  p m am 4 30aiu  5 40 5 2> C 25 « 47 7 15  a m 10 58  I 12  1 55  2 15 2 57  p 111  p 111  3 33 H 4H  4 :'0 4 .Vi  20 a m.  \\ i-i! 11 A Saturdays.  m |> in  §7 2;  il I.,  4 30 5 21-. r, 25 11 l»l  So Framlngham 8 00 11 58 2 57 5 11 «12 7 25 11 M  ijikevlew, {8 02 ft 00 J5 17  Fraiiifiigluiu 8 (15 12 o:t 3 ir_' 5 20  Kayvllle 8 12 12 10 3 m 5 29  Houtliboro 8 18 12 13 3 14 5 32  Marlboro Juno. 8 a' 12 t8 3 HI 5 37  Arrive Marlboro 8 30 12 25 3 25 5 4;i  l.eave Marlboro 8 0« 12 10 3 10 5 3«  Hospital station, 118 29 §12 25 ||3 24 $5 44  NortllbolJ 8 33 12 29 3.30 5 48  llerlin 48 39 J12 37 $> 30 5 55  W. llerlin $8 4a 12 41 «on  Itolton J12 46 13 42 6 <>4  Cliataa 8 5.1 12 51 3 47 V 09  I'ratts June. J9 ol 1 01 « 19  I^omlnster 9 10 I 09 4 06 « T,  Arrive Kitcliburg 9 19 1 19 4 15 (i 37  LOWBI.li AND VK1UIN«UA.1I IIKANCII.  TRAINS NOUTII  « 12  li 17  (i 25 (i 211 i! :« li 15  ô 3;i Hi 44  li 55  7 10 7 19  il r,  Il ■'■.! li  1J III  IJ I».  11  512 in  u i.i  Jl2 24  512 29  12 :il §12 43  12 52  I irj  -iirilay.-  I. ni) li lì li  7 II  ; no  5' I'  7 211  «7 27  57 31  57 ;!•',  ; il  7 51  8 III) 8 10  TltAINS SOUTH.  a.m. a.m. p.m.  7.40 12.45 4.40  8.00 «1.07 fVOO  8.04 1.13 5.05  8.08 1.18 5.09  $8.14 41.24 «5,15  8.19 1.28 5.19  8.23 1.31 5.23  ¡So. Framiiigham, J8.27 }».36 5.27  Fnuuliigham, 8.31 1.41 5 31  Lakevicw, 11.42  So. rraraiugluun Arrive, 8.30 1.46 S.fti  tío. rrauiinicluun I^ave 8.45 IM 5.40  Mansfield, Arrive, 9.35 2.43 Ci.20  l^iwcll,  No. Acton Junction, Acton,  Concord Junction, No. Sudbury, Sudbury, So. Sudbury,  Suiiy's. f.m.  CJ0  i. at  7.10 7.1 i 7.'«  7.40 7.48 h. 00 8-10  8.20  Mansfield,  So. Fraiidiigham, Ar.  Ho. Framiiiglutiii, i-v.  Lakevicw,  Framlngliam,  No. Framiiighani,  So. Sudbury,  Sudbury,  No. Suilliury,  Concord Junction,  Acton,  No. Acton Junction, Lowell, Arrive,  Suo 1 }* I'.M f.Jt I.V.  r.M a.M.  li.47 111.15  7.3« ll.no ÍÍ..V,  7,5.*i 11. 5.58 fi. Ill  57.57 511.40 51i.HO  8.00 11 43 C.II3 5.11.  58.115 §11.47 li I«  8.11 11.52 li 13 (i.OI  8.111 11 itt 11.17 (i.lll  §8 2.3 {Il 5H §11 21 ti Ili  8.3» 12.(18 «.29 (1.42  8.31 12.12 li.33 «.IH  58.» §12.17 5« 37 (¡ 57  9.02 12.40 «.59 7.37  JFIas Station. »Stupi only to la t»o iilin iri. HS'i;n lily for Huston p.'i»scii(rcrs. Connect at Soutlt Framlngham with trains to and from Wore ster, SpringUi-ld. and points on H. A A. tt. K , at Mansfield for Newport, l'autucket. Providence, and points ou l'rovldcuic l>i\ii ion and Cape Cod,  SAACN. MAKSHALl„8upt., QBO. L. CONNOR, Oeu'l. i'u. r Aft., J. It. lvKNKltICK, (it n. Msnr  E. A . JO N ES,  MASON & BUILDER,  Contractor fur Hrlrk, 1'lantmt Cnmtnt V'orl.  Blver Street. HUDSON, MA.3S.  Jobbtne done in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice.  Constantly on hand, llrivk, Lime and Cemont. hi larce orfiniall iiunnitliw.  JAMES T JOSLIN,  ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,  Hotnry Public an<l Inmirttnre Agent,  Jefts' lllock, Main St., Hudson, Mass.  BOSTON OFFICE—Room 13, Advertlw r lliilld Ing, 21» Wasliliigtoii St., Tuesdays and Fridays.  WJM. ii. STONE,  LUMBER & BOXES,  Main Stkkkt, Hudson.  Just iai*i of Stowe. Bill* ft Hawlev's Factorv.  GEO. W. MERRILL,  Painter and Crainer  ""hankine: tlio public for past favors, T -iiatlhv 4.1 it-1 attention h> i• n-fin. hope to keep all old • ,-h ni» i-- 111"i ;HU1 uvw «»iiim.  •Tl^ii.a IIiitl«o:i.  H. 8. HAPGOOD,  ADCTIOBKER & APPRAISES,  StiO-w- nvCass.  Orders left at EM Kiti-msK olHce will rccclvo prompt attention.  H. P. BEAN,  AUCTIONEER,  Licensed to sell in any part of the State.  BCHiilem'e: OKNTUAL STKKKT.  -STIEG AcJVT-  IUI1Ü IUIÌLMIIlVII \l  IIOWK ST.. MARLBORO.  DAVID HARRIS.  ALFI.'Ci) M. 1'ITT.  ZPlox^isi:  'l:mls, Cut I'Muu ers. I >oil(|ili.'ts, all kinds of I'lonil iksi'ms.  in,I  i'li^h Street. - - i liíilsoil, M:iss.  G. W. PAGE.  AUCTIONEER  — A M> -  Real Estate Agent.  muí luis in to'vn nini »»tit «■ I Inwn  oHice liu^ou, M:i»s.  S. M. PETTENGILt.,  DENTI8T  OFFICL-: IN  lefts' »loch, lüaln St.. llurtsoii  Kilif-r iiilininisli rcil wlicn (lesiteli, by ;i (iliysirian.  J^ ' All IV. rl< u ;ii 1 nnteil.  Dr. H. E. SPOFFORD,  Resident Dentist,  OFFICE IN LEWIS' BLOCK,  HUDSON.  Long established and widely known. Only the best quality of work doue. E|r"Etlier and <!ai administered.  DRESSMAKING!  GARMKN'IS cut by the Now System Magel  Scale.  " H^Vntting and batting a »peelafy.  i Mrs, H. A. THOMAS,  N*. N Haanrr Wlwi, lladMta.  l. t. j kkt8, PBWliniKT.  K. M. STOWB, VtCK PREi'T.  CALKH U BUIOUAM, CABBIEH.  HDDSON NATIONAL . BAM,  I Town Hall Building, HUDSON, <- MASS.  i CAPITAL, IIN^O«.  Discount day, Monday, t, p. M. Banking hour« from 9 to 12 A. »., and from 1 to 3, p. »., every business day,  Aoooimm solicited and certificates of deposit Issued. * "Deposits of any amount received. Mon-ov loaned at low rates. Notes collected. Col-lcctiocsj)»ade in all) parts of I be United States and Canadas, on tho most favorable terms.  Prati Marble ai Granite Works  ' MANUFACTURERS OF  Monuments,  Headstones, Markers, Posts, Curbing, in Granite and Marble.  Granite Underpinning and Building  Work of all kinds. If in want of anything in my line, call around and get my pricc.  E. J. Prescott, - Hudson.  Work« nenr Filchbarg Mialioa.  HUDSON  Go-Operative Bank.  The Secretary will havo desk room in Asa Ball,«, IUces' Block, and Bank woek will bo there Tnexday nnd Wedaeadny eveafas», 71>. M. and every Thursday eveaiag, (excepting Bank night.) The meeting third Thursday, (Hank night,) will (be at Bradley & Sayward's ofllco at 7. v. m.  C- H. HILL, Secretary.  MRS. ROSS'  "MAGIC HEALER SA1VB'  Is the best known remedy for  Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Inflamed Eyelids, Frost bites, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, Chapped I.Ips, Chilblains, Corns, Channg, Sunburn, Skin-rash, Insoct bites. Ivy Poison, Barbers' Itch,  Ring worm, l'iles, l'imples, Finger-cracks, Hang  lis,.........  an!  Festered wounds, etc.  Naits, etc., anil all external injuries. It will also Cleanse and heal Old Sores, Bolls, Fevor Sores,  THE ENTERPRISE  Entered as second class matter.  Friday, November 1,188».  ODS Nif BALLOT ACT.  Duties of the Veter Under It.  JOSEPH T. MERIGAN,  Plain and Decorative  PAPER * HANGER,  Decorating Ceilings in the latest styles  Estimates given. Liberal discount on large jobs.  Prices reasonable anil all work done in a workmauliko manner. LOCK BOX 503. JIUDSOX. MASS.  NORMAN CILLIS,  WHEELWRIGHT,  Carriage Builder and Blacksmith,  Washhif/fon Street, Hudson.  _ -4  All kinds of Carriage Work done in a satisfactory manner. A Specialty made of Ilorse Shoeing  J. J. SKAHAN,  Auctioneer ani! Real Estate Agent  .A-ZF^-R-AJTSIEIR, 2 Mechanic Street,  MARLBORO, - MASS.,  Would Inform the public that henceforth lie will lnako the business of Negotiator for tho Sale of Itcal Untate of every description, care and renting of real estate and collection of rents, as well as other business In tho real estate line, a specialty, and invites tlio particular attention of parties who may bo seeking locations for rcsldenco or business In Marlboro. A considerable number of desirable bargains now 011 hand, and several tenements to rent. First-class references given. Olllce, 2 Mechanic street.  HUDSON  SAVINGS BANK  JefW mock, Main Street.  Drpnlu Draw latere«! Irsa the ■ klr j . .  lVedaradar0fOciabrr, Jnaaary, j |H[ TllAINlNU of Iloiscs and Celts, April aad July. | I am now prepared to take them at my  Dividends payable Saturday afUr'tlie third Stable and ¡,'ive tbi iii my personal attcn-Wednesday In January and July. ' |  ti "- 1 ' _ K" :l '  : tl>U'i'iiiii, in all cases, to give  BUSINESS HOURS:—From 8 A. M. to 12 M. KVEK7 OA V, and Saturdays from 9 A. H. to 12 ; M„ and 1 to S and C to B P. M. j  MONEY LOANED on Real Estate. Per- j sons having loans can pay on the principal fifty dollars or more at any time and stop interest on amount paid at once. I  Investment Cohmittick foh 1889__E. M.  Stowe, Chas. 11. Robinson, J. S. Bradley, Benj. I Dearborn, L. T. Jofts.  E. M. STOWE, Fresident. j  DANIEL W. STHATTON, Treasurer :  It will quickly remove Heat from alburn, Pain from a Bruise, Biibducd Inliamation, Allay the terrible Itching of Salt Rbcum, and makes Rough Skiu Soft and Smooth.  Mrs. Ross'"Magic Healer Salie" has wonderful soothing and healing qualities.  TRI IT.  It is also a Certain Cure for Scratches ~ ad Galls on Horses.  For Sale uf tho Drug Stores. Priee 'J5c. per and sold, Wholesale and Retail, by  BROS' & CO,  MASS.  To whom aU Omers should bo addressed. If you cannot obtain it in yourv icinlty we will mall It on receipt i>f price.  A. SENECAL,  Photographer*  Broad St., - Hudson, Mass.  Cabinets, $3.00 per Dozen. Enlargement in Crayon and Pastel at reduced prices.  HO Building Lots  ■ 111 Within 5 minutes of I'ostofllce, V level land, easy to build on ami every way desirable.  Prices from $6 to $10 per rod  Never will have another opportunity like this to lmy house lots in Hudson.  (Hp-Come early aud get lirst choieo of lots.  WOOD'S REAL ESTATE AGIST  R. A GUERNSEY-,  DEALER I.V  Wood and Coa  Of a,ll'-KZim-ds  Office reiir IIouKhlsa'K fnciory, Ilu<t»on.  iv Orders left with S. V. Man»»» will receive prompt attention.  Until further notice Henry,I. N'oiirse is authorized to collect accounts ioruie.  ■ it. A. OITKKNSEY.  Coal-Coal  T.F.TB.OW,  Dealer in all kinds of Coal  THOS. RAY, Ag't,  Orders left at the store of Tarbell & Pes«« will be promptly attended to,  lines' High Grade Fertilizer.  Highly Recommended.  hVr sale :it  OLD PETERS STORE,  Wood *<)iiai'<', - Hudson.  COLTS BROKEN  -AND—  P El A.X3SI"Eir)  [AVINO hail Ion« expcrienco in the  ;uaiaiiU'i'hio Katisfactiim.  H. L.  CLARK, Hudson  House Lot on Park St  One of the be.-t on the street.  Wood's Heal Estate Agency  <11 it|KM llmi of Hi,- : «it Provisions.  The provisions in the now ballot act which especially conci rn votem arc simple ami few iu number. The larger part of the provisions of the act relates to tho duties of « lection efliciah', which are carefully dutai'ed, but with which the Individual voter ig not obliged to acquaint himself. Voters nie< hii fly concerned to ktmw: (Irst. how to find nit beforehand what candidals are nominated; second, how to vote on election iliiyc. The Hws about registration anil about the receiving ami c iinlitig of b:ilU>tn are not changed.  Iloiv In Mud Out tl I10 the r .ilidldatcs me.  Candidates arc known to the public as soon as thcirnniues arc filed with the secretary of Miecomnionwi allh or city clerk. Lists of all the candidates lobe voted for, printed in llie same oido- and maimer iu which they appear 011 llie I.,allots, wilt he posted tfircc or four days hi fore the election, in each voting pncinct; and they will also bo printed ill at least two newspapers in each county. Copies of the b illots to he used will also be posted for the information bf voters lu each voting place at the opening of tho polls. Voters will therefore know stveial (lavs before the election just what candidates are nomiiiatcii for every oflicp, their rcsi-di ii' cs and by what party inline or names they are called, and will sec them in *he order in which they will he p'need upon the ballots.  Ilotv to Vole.  The voter gi e.s to fie pulls, knowing the names of all the e.f di lab s regularly nominatid: and he cm. if he clumscs. carry a copy of iho list maikid witli the 11.imcs of tin so whom lie wishes to vote for. When ready to vole, lie goes to the entrance of the space raile 1 , JT for voting, anil, afier liis name is clucked l,v the election ofliceis, enters : nd rcci ivcs a bal-li t. This billot, like the copies he lias seen, contain the n.nirs of all tl e camli-il iti s 11 'minuted tor each ■ Hi- e, arranged i- alphabetic older tiiuh'i the name of the ofli'i.' lo b) vo'cil for, i'ill their nsi-dencrs and ) aity orpoli i, al designations. The voter goes In one of he shclvts and marks upon a ha'.lot a cross [X| against t e n ine of e: cli p, rs-ui lie desires to vo'e for. If he desiriK to vote f. r any person «li is,: n ,mc is no on the ballot, he cat do so by wiii.ng or ii serl.nig that, person's name 1111 u b'.ank space lelt for the purpose 11111I r the nam • of 1 ach otlue to I e til lid.  Tin; voter cannot h. v, nunc than 10 miiiu'es to m irk his bal: t. o|- more than live mii.utes if olhi r.s are Making to vote. If lie mil' or ppoils his b l ot, ho can get. .mother iu < xch n ge from the ballot clerk. Af'er marking bin ballot he must fold it, and he must not. tindi r penalty, show any one how it is mark'd. He deposits hi- b Hot in (lie hallot-l o\ piecisi lv the same as in w . and he pi'sscs 1 ut of the reserved space.  A S.llll|l!e II.1.lot.  The following will show what the new ballot is going to look like—with tho 11 lines of the candidates and the names of their party arranged in alphabetical order, under the name of the office for which they were nominated. We give only a few of the regul ir state candidates, as being siiflicient to illustrate the system. In connection with each oflico the voter is t Id how many to vo'e f ir. When it !_ets down to candidates for the Legislature in a double district, "'representatives in (Jcneial Court, vote for two" will bo the direction given. It will be sce:i that a space is left under each oflice so that the voter may add d name. lie votes by making an X in tho square opposite the name of the candidate of his 'choice for each oilice, to be filled: —  GOVERNOR—Vote for ONK.  J. Q. A. BKACKETT,  of Arlington, K -puhlican,  JOHN »LACKMKH, of Springfield,  Prohibition,  WILLIAM K. RUSSELL.  of Cambridge. Democrat,  MKUTKN ANV <;OVIU\Oli— Vote for ONI'!.  Fií^XJ. S'i'UiíTICVAÑ  of Ros toil, Prohibition,  WILLIAM II. IIAILK,  of Springfield, Republican,  JOHN W. CORCORAN,  of Clinton, Democrat,  sl ri lil-AJIY,—Voir for ONK.  WILLIAM N. OsOOOl),  of Huston, Democrat,  hkñ r V IT "ri krcîT,  _of Abington. Republican,  O KO. 1). CRITTENÜKN.  of liiicklaud. Prohibition,  J udge McCoiim II has put himself under a cloud at the very beginning of the Cronin tri 1!. lie m ade a 1 tiling and then suddenly reversed it on account of the burst of indign ilion from the prosecution. He has the appearance of being a stick of too tender growth to preside at a tiial of this character.  The annual message is being prepared by President H.irrisoii.or someb idy else, aud will, as usua' contain a large amount of unreadable material. It will jv condemned for what it does not, as well as what it docs contain.  A daily average of about forty political meetings aro being held, iu Ohio, and stump speakers of all guides are buiug pressed iuto the sorvice.  Mayor Ilart is willing to be sacrificed one more year lor the good of the city. In other words lie don't want to be a yearling.  Any articte that is a saving of money is deserving of libetal patrouage. That is why 111 ttssels sosp is used so extensively iu this vicinity.  Sights of Foreign Travel by a Hudson Man.  ( IIoTKI. HKI.LKVUE, DUKSIIK.V, 1 Sunday, Oct. 13, 188». ilv Dear Enterprise-—  It is some eight weeks since I have seon your bright fac and newsy columns. I have Kent you pupets from time to time thinking poihnps (he scissors act was sometimes winked even in your sancto rum. i have been thinking that sometime I would write at;d givo you an idea of the sights and fcencs abroad, but as Bcchition makes cveiything so commonplace, tlut I can fiud nothing to write about that would he of interest.  Pei lmpg our friends would like to know where we are and how we got hero. With (his idea in view I.will wiito a few line», thinking perhaps you might find room in your paper for the same.  Our voyago was remarkably pleasant. The ocean was as calm and sercue as tho Assahet river, therefore the journey was without incident except that one poor soul, not satisfied with tho speed of tho ship, thought he would get oil and walk. Peace be with him. I trust I10 is where the walking is not as wot, or where he can havo the uso of his witigB.  Wo arrived in London none tho worse for our trip, where wo spent two weeks looking over some of the most important objects of interest. We expected to spend a few days with the Queen/but, upon our arrival at ^Windsor Castle, learned she was in Scotland taking her summer vacation. However, we were not disappointed, as we learned from tho papers that they were practising rigid economy iu the Queen's kitchen.  We found the Lord Mayor at home. He was pleased to/see us and spent the day in showing us the town, which, liy the way, is quite a place, somewhat larger thi\n Hudson (al present.)  We did not soo John L.'s friend, llie Piince, as ho was also away. We left Loudon for Paris, and, as ' the e ha 11 el was smooth we enjoyed tho trip, but found Paris full, yes just even full ¡¡not room for two more.  We drove from ono hotel to another for two hours or more, before finding a place to sleep, and"sp nt, the next. <1 iy ¡11 looking up comfortable quartern where we remained three weeks.  We st u tcd out w ith the determination to do t.he exhibition thoroughly, when wo noticed by the papers that,we were to have a world's fair iu Xtfw York in 'M and for fear vie should get, a suifciiof fairs, we drew the line and spent most of our lime elsewhere.  We of course ascended the KitVcl Tower. This is a masterpiece of engineering andjis higher^even than the chimney at the iio-v rubber works.  Everybody was iu Paris. \\"c met most everyone wo ever knew and many hc didn't caro to know. We shall get back I here again after our trip into C.ei nrany.  Wo left Paris fur Cologne where we remained fur st vend dajs looking over the Cattiudr.il and taking a trip on llie Rhine to view the ruined castles, etc. It is surprising to note with what pride these people show us their grai.il old mills. I wish I had a photograph of the brick shop, simply to show them that we have grand old ruins at home, even iu liinlsi 11.  We like (iermany, the land of jaw-breakiug names. The names 011 some of the streets run the whole length and sometimes turu the oorucr, leaving us iu the same predie iment as the hoy who couldn't tell whether he was goiu^ to school or coming home. As I lookout of the window 1 learn that the name of this strtet is Moscziuskystrassc. Imagine me trying to spring this on a cab dijver. llere is another, Komtnotzieu-rath. We left Cologne for Berlin, a long ride, taking all day; went to the Continental Hotel, which is a grand affair, hut a place to avoid. Don't go to the Continental.  Wo spent several days here, hanging round the Palace trjing to sciape acquaintance with the Emperor, were not successful; bought his photograph, price two marks.  There is not much to see in Hoi lilt although it is a beautiful city Willi nearly a million and a half inhabitants.  From here to Leipsic, now we are at home. Leipsic is Ihe city of univorsitiis aud was the home of Luther, Goethe, Mendelssohn, Schumann, liach and many other ce'ebritics, therefore it is natural we should feel at home. I stood two long lion s beforo the statue of tiocthe waiting for an inspiralion and then went to the hotel and tried to write poetry, where I found my iuspiiation was only a chill. I had thought of tiying the same tactic. 011 the statue tf Mendelssohn and see what I Could do in the way of music, but have ai rived at the conclusion that it would not hc conducive to my health.  From here to Drtsden. Of all the cities outside of Ihe United Stales, 1 think this would bo my choice to live in.  It is a beautiful city wi'li about two hutidnd aud fifty thousand inhabitants, including about six thousand American and about eight or ten thousand English people. It has one of the finest pietuie iiallerics iu the wild and many other places of interest. Here we find Raphael's 111 istcrpicce, tiio Madonna di San Sisto. I tried to purchase this picture, thinking it would adorn tho walls of our town hall, but was ii,formed there was not money enough iu the United States to buy it, so gave up the idea, much to my disip-p ointment.  In riding through the country we Hod most of the land under cultivation with not a rock or stone in sight. Think Kurope has been raked for stones to build churches. What very good people these Europeans aro to have so many churches, or how very wicked to need so many.  Wo find threo prices for everything, one for their own people, one for strangers who speak their language and one for those who do not. As 1 belong to llio latter class 1 pay tho highest prices. Ig norance may be bliss in some instances, hut it cortainly is not profitable in this country.  However wo manage to get enough to eat and di ink atid have but little trouble in finding our way about.  Our hotel hero is very comfortable and homelike. When you visit Dresden, don't fail to stop at tho Hellovtio. I health o merry jingle of tho dinner bell and will ask to be excused.  With many kind wishes for all, I am youra very truly, J. H. C.  MR. AND MRS. B0WS6W.  Oe Trie* lo gtiotr HI« Wife How ;  to 0M«W r  a Iloinwi-Wh»t tha Bawlt W«M. -  Last fall Mr Botmnr undertook w bouse cleaning in fifteen mtautM, bnt got discouraged and «rent off tor • fartnlgM white I finished up. A> I wanted to ovcrtkMl things a little thi« month, and u f mmtad htm out of the way, I utd to btm tha oth«r evening: ;  "Beingyou have been llome all «umm«r, I should think you would «Mkt to take ti Unto trip this fall."  "H'tnf" he replied a* be looked up frotq Ui paper.  "You don't look • bit well, Mr. Bowwr. Tour face fs haggard, audi believo'you Ian lost twenty pounds of flesh this summer. 1 !  This time be didn't lay anything ** h* looked at 1110.  "If you wanted to go down to Mew Hampshire and see your relatives," I oontlnued,  u l could get you al) ready In one day."  "Oh, you could 1" he replied. "Mm Bows ser, I see through your little game, and It won't work. You want to got me away to you can rip and tear and scrub and clean and wipe mid dust and damage and destroy fow fifths of tbe contents of this house" 1  "I want to clean just a little." "Well, go ahead." "But yon-^y ou"-  "Oh, yes, it's always we) One would think you were a fraid to breathe antes I gave my  consent in writing. Have t «aid a word against housecleaningl Don't I know that houReclenumg must be donet I was wondering the otlier day when you were going to  begin."  "But last year you raised such a fuss." "Can't remember that I sold one ningls word. If 1 did it was only In fun." "And I nitty clean I" "Not ouly that, but I'll help." "But you needn't You just be patient and put up with tbe muss for a few days aud ID get"— 4 — ,1  "As 1 said, 1 will help, Mrs. Bowser. It will bo « sort of vacation for nie. Dout yo* worry about my fludiug any fault."  It was witb tear and trembling that I law tiiin put on an old suit of clothes next morning anil beard him say:  "Til begin ou the parlor first .It's now tl o'clock. We ought to bo through with the whole bouse in two hours."  "1—I'ui ufruid we are not so smart as that We must go slow and give the bouse a thorough going over."  "Oli, we'll have everything shining like a new pin liefore we let up. You boss and IU ilo the work. You know, of course, that there is everything iu the planning. 8omf folks make a whole week's job (if housed««»-iug simply liecause they dou't know hoW to plan. Mother and I used to clean bouse in half 1111 hour, and you know how partlcol&r she is."  After lireal;fast the cook came in and s&bl the wns ready, aud she likewise announce«} thai the two colored women were in waiting. "Waiting for whatf" asked Mr. Bowser. "To help us clean," 1 replied. "ISi'iid ihem right hornet Five of us ta clemi liouscl Who ever heard of tbe likel Do you wnnt the neighbor» to think we have been slioi'elbig dirt iuto the bouse all sum-inert I'll start those colored women tor home, and I d.ni't waut any belp from tha cooU. I /'I her attend to affairs in the kitchen."'  IIo went out and "started" the two wome* 1 hud had eu^uged for six weekB, and theQ returned with the announcement that he waa ready to start in on tho spare bedroom, having alrctidy taken down tho curtains and removed 1 ho bedding.  "All rijilit—I'll have it don? ill five minutes!" he replied, as he spit on his hand& "You clear out aud give tna room (O wort 1 think I cm I givo you und all other woiifien 4 fsiinter on liouso cleaning."  I went down stairs, and It wasn't over seven minutes beforo ho culled to me:  "All risht, Mrs. Bowser—your room is cleaned 1  t 'onio np ami show me what to do uext."  "What have you donel" I asked, as I found him seated 011 the window sltl with ^ com placet!! smile on his face.  "Cleaned the room. Every picture has Ihvh taken down and dusted, the bedstead wiped off, and I liavo swept the carpe^. Your three or four women would havo been t w O days ncconiplishing tho sanu task I haye completed in less than ten minutes. I tell you, Mrs. Bmvser, it is all iu tbe planning."  "But that Liedsteail must («me down. Mr. Bowser." "What for!"  "Because the carpet must come up. Everything must lie moved out of tbe room and the floor cleaned."  "Well, I should like to know what fori What's the matter with this room just, as  it isf"  "Du i, Mr. Bowser. It blows and we can't help it. Moths get. in now and thou. If wo don't do our nori: thoroughly we might as well let it go" entirely. Take the bedstead down llrst."  "I'll take it down, but I protest It's all bosh limiting out every speck of dust No one else docs it. Get out of the way 1"  Ho made 11 grub for the springs and lifted them out, but 111 getting them clear of the rail ho fell over backwards and the springs fell upon him. H) made use of several vigorous exclamations, kicked out in an effort to demolish them, unil as I assisted him to get up lie routed:  "I told you that these things ought to be left nloiie 1 . Tho fool wbo invented them never intended they should be moved I"  I calmed him down after a bit and tben jisked hiui to take down tho bedstead. He grabbed tho footboard and gave a pull. The.1 ho grabbed Uu* headboard and gave a ivre::ex  ".Mr. Bowser, don't you know how to take u bedstead apart/" I asked.  "Dun t 1(" Well, if I don't no one else dors! 1 « as taking bedsteads apart ten years before you ivero boru I You always have to  loitieii tho joints u bit. Now then"-  "But j ou dan't bear down on tho rail. You uiuu lilt up ut tho ends."  "1 think I know my business, Mrs. Bowser," ho replied as bo worked away.  "But you don't. You aro locking the rails instead of loosening thorn. See here."  1 pulled at tho end of a rail and unlocked it. J.'.r. Bowser backed off, crossed his bands on I !i' small of his back und said:  ".Mr.;. Lions, r, that settles it I clearly see your obj.'cl. We wi 1 have 110 more house Cieauins this full. I see what it would lead to. When a ivifo gets the idea that she trows nioi'o tliau licr husband it is time to l-.ci L tho signal. Just drop things  ri;;ht hero. That is, unless you have planned Ul* bring ulwi.t this very thing to force a lc^al separation."  IIo iIiv.-mkI and went off dowu town.—Detroit l>'roo Press.  a i.itti« on.  "i&iy! haven't you any sense i" be demanded ci iii:i friend as tbuv crossed the street and left tlie third man to goon alouo. "What's upt"  "Why. you kept asking him if ho'd been away I'm.; summer, and If he'd bail a good time, ;.nd ii li > went llshing. and all that." '•.. .''. u.'is'.A 1 hut common courtesy!" ".,0. under tha circumstances. Not wfaM ho'U t'l'. n 111 tlo, worthousealt summer!''— Dctro; u  I •• o 1'iess.  We Are All Posted.  The last i-sueof Tbe Medical Review promises ¡1 future article on "What to Do When .Sum:; by u Hornet" Wo don't believe any one wilt wait with bated bnaih for that article. We have all Ix 11 there. The thing to do is to jump two f. ct high und yell for tbe police.— [). ti,lit I'reo Press.  Two nui i. iii aqueducts bave just oeen a» covercd ut Alliens, one large and flt for use, in tho part called Uovdi»_toward Hyroettus; the oU;er, illude of brick^ln the city Itaelf, iH'iieiUà the royul stable«. Near tbe latter have Ih.h'ii found several tombs iu marble, aud in both phu-es fragments of Inscriptions, ono of Hu m l»curing the name«» Philafroa, sou of Alexis of the demos of Mud te.   

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