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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1889.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
' The disabled arm next week.
" Six inches of snow fell Sunday.
, Who will be my valentine this year.
Mercury registered 13 at Raleigh, N. C.
, this winter.
Prol. Melville has a large class in his
r dancing school.
The scholars of the union school have
been ordered to report to an M. D's. office
Our special correspondent (Blanche) in
Dakota has agreed to pen us one letter
each month tor a time.
. A few friends have not yet called to pay
' their annual tribute to the printer. This
' is probably an omission only.
The lawyers are sharpening up their
knives to engage In the legal battles at
the coming session of common pleas court
' . that opens next Monday.
J. W. Bearap found a fountain pen in
bis granery one morning lust w eek. He
says the owner can have it by culling. No
questions asked nor eharges for this notice.
The buildings on the fair grounds at
New London are to be sold on an execu
tion to satisfy debts. Centennial year In
Ohio was an unlucky season for agrlcul
' tural societies.
On Wednesday the 30lh ult., occurs the
sixty-sixth anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. Keuel Lang, South Main
street Mrs. Lang has just passed his 84th
birthday, and Mr. Lang if he lives until
March, will be 88. Both are in comfort,
The offlce lurnlture and fixtures have
' been removed from the C. M. R. A. offlce.
March 1st, 1874, the association was or
ganlzed and had an existence for fourteen
years. It was quite an auxiiliary to tlie
business interests of Wellington.
, The year 1888 proved to be a prosper
v ousbne fortbeW.ds L. E. enmpany.
,, Their bonds are considered a good In
vestment now. Next July they expect
t to be able to run trains through to Bridge
port, a point just across the Ohio River
from Wheeliog. W. Va.
Clerk R. N. Goodwin is serving notices
on property owneis on South Main street,
this week, about the proposed improve-
ment At the next regular meeting of the
council to be held Monday evening, Feb.
'4th, reports will be received of the pro
gress being made on the other streets.
On account of the extreme mild winter
, ' the ground hog will doubtless contetn-
plate going on a visiting tour to tea Ms
friends next Saturday, but then taking a
second thought, the confounded nimrods
will likely be out on a shooting expedi
tion to en orce tho Braman hill and to re
tUrrJ,yold quarters will be the better
policy to adopt.
The household effects of Mrs. Mary L.
Garrett were sMd at public auction on the
- tquare Thursday afternoon last.T. R. Her
rick auctioneer. Now old gentlemun
Garrett should be sent to the penitentiary
to spend the balance of hlsdayafor mar.
rrlnirhia first cousld and being responsi-
ble for the existence of the two imbeciles
Yjh,o caused Mrs. Garrett to be where she
Too severe peunltles cannot be at
tacfied to the crime f marrying relatives
or mixing the races.
Mr. Williams, the Ice dealer, Informs us
that be has about five hundred tons of ice
on hand, but that amount will not bait
supply the usual trade. II disposes of
bout thirteen hundred tons annually.
' A portjon of the present supyly has been
on band lor seven year. If an open winter
continues the consumers will have to pay
a little advance in figures Irom rormer
veari It the? expect to keep cool the com
ing summer. Ice will be shipped in here
but it will have to be transported Irom the
Lake Superior regions ; hence the advance
The concert and entertainment given
Friday evening last, in the Cong'l church
by the Florentine Mandoline Quartette of
Cleveland, assisted by Miss AlidaThomas,
aonrano: Mr. Ben Chose, tenor; Mr. U.
, Bernelke, basso; Miss Sarah Palmer,
. ' Dlanlst:aml Mr. B. D. Mockabee, elocu
tioniet, was enjoyed by a fair sized audi.
. ence. The condition of the roads, and at--
tractions In other directions, caused a
mailer attendance than would otherwise
1 have keen secured. The music by the
Mandoline Quartette, and selections by
Miss Thomas, Mr. Chase, Mr. Berncikv,
Miss Palmer and Mr. Mockabee were all
fine and highly appreciated by tho audi
- ence who encored them several time.
Tho entire program was first class in
every particular and should they In the
future vial us, they would draw a full
... ' bouse.
Wellington may bavo the honor of fur-
nUhlnir the discoverer of the North Pole
Wm. Schroeder, a outive German, who
has made the polar problem a lire study,
has oerfocted a plan by which he claims
the north pole can' be reached In one
Arctic Summer, lie has submitted bis
V nlan to the Imoerlul Geographical Society
of Austria, which baa pronounced it "most
practicable," and Is now holding lavorable
corresnondence with him about an expo
' dition. Mr. Hcbroeder expects to be call
ed to Austria soon to superintend the nt
ting out of an expedition and assume
commsnd, The party will consist of 150
men which will sa'l direct to Lady frank
Hn Bay, from which Mr. Schroeder claims
it is 450 mileli to the pole, which car be
" reached In 80 days by Ms plan. Ills plan
U endorsed at practicable by Prof. Wright
of Oberlin College and other scientific
People's Lecture Course.
Don't fail to secure season tickets at E.
Benedict's or Bowlliy & Hall's, so as to
begin with Davidson's Illustrated Lecture,
Monday evening next, Feb. 4.
Church Notes and Announcements
A quartette from the M. E. church, led
by W. S.'Frunks, braved the snow Sabbath
afternoon to cheer the helpless and suffer
ing ones with some very flnesintlng. The
sick and disabled ones return thauks find
ask them to come again.
Lieutenant Anderson spent Sunday in
town. She has finally decided to accom
pany Major Sully and wife to Omaha, Neb.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Conel Society will be held in the Sabbath
School room Monday evening, Feb. 4th,
7 o'clock sharp, account muny would like
to attend lecture at 8 o'clock.
W. II. FiHiiKit, Sec.
DETERMINED TO DIE.
A Visitor in Woorter Mnlics a Success.
ful Attend nt Suicide.
O n laat FridaT, Mn. HatitcMcClarnn, wlfeof Dr.
T, M. McClaran, of WalilnKton. O , anu hero to
TUIt her litter, Mn. Thomu Adair, of South Market
I treet. Monday morning li waa diaticver.-d that ahe
h"d made a deliberate attempt to end her life by
taking itramonlum, hydrate of chloral, and Inhalllng
chloroform. Medical aid wai at once lutnmoned and
ratoratlreaandantldouaadmlnlnlilcred. bra. Btoll,
Lerch and Mowray worked with her all day but could
not arouae her.
All that could be done lorcatore her to conacloua-
neaa waa tried, but without avail and ahortlr after S
o'clock the aplrlt left Ita caaket and the poor unfor
tunate waa at rcit. Her age waa about forty -aercn
Mr a, Mi'Claran'a maiden name waa Battle Lorett.
She waa born and ralaed near Shrevc, and waa mar
ried to Or. Tom McClaran. who read medicine with
Dr. L. Flrcatonc. She had had a world of trouble and
only a tew weeka ago became Inaano and had Jutt
been relcaacd from the Newburg Aaylum when ahe
came to Wooater.
The clrcumatancea of her looalng her mind are Quit
lad. Sim went to tho vicinity of Slireve for the pur
poae of taking care of a relative who wai 111 and aub
eequi ntly loat hla reaaon. Thla ao preyed on tit
mind that her reaaon became dethroned and It wai
found ncceaaary to pace her id the Inatltutlan
above nam d. A number of ycara ago ahe bad a ter
rible experience Id a Kanaaa cyclone and county aeat
fight. Her huabanl waa appointed aurgeon In charge
01 the Ruaebud Indian Agincr In Dako a, and while
llvtiig there ahe wltneaacd acenci which were horil
fylng to her and which made a deep Imprc. I on her
mind. Dr. McClaran loat hla health and now la very
Irk with lung dlaeaae. All tbeae truublea Ix.re
heavily on her mind and her reaaon became unbal
anced which account! for the act.
The funeral acrvlcea took piace from the realdeni e
of Thomu Adair at '4 p. m, Wednesday. Int. mien
IB Oak HlllCemetery.-Wooali'rltcpubllcan, Jay. '4.
Dr. McClaran and Mre. Boacnow returned to Well
Ington Tburaday afternoon. Our reporter called upon
the Doctor Mond.i morning to aec If he had any tl. ag
to aajr about the death of Mra. McClamn. lie rv, led
"that he had nothing In particular to aay, only II at
aomeof thepaperaln Wooater had bi-en mlalniorm
ed aa to Ihecauae ttlatled to Mn. McClaran'e con
tlon. The cyclone In Kanaaa, caring for an ia-i
relative or her vlalt to D.kota bad nothing to do th
thecal. The cauae that brought ab-ot her lOndl-
tloa waa wholly beyond the control of medical a. Ill
and noUiIng but time and proper treatment W' aid
have reatored her. Some of her rclatlvea and a few
othcra thought that I bad Improper niutlvi a In caua
Ing her to lie takrn to the asylum for treatment . ot
they will now probably fully rrallie what ber true
coD' Itlon waa.'
W. 11. C. Convention.
Pursuant to call ol department officers,
a convention of the W. II C. was held In
Grand Army Hall, Wellington, Jun. 22.
Convention called to order at 1:3) p. m.,
Willi Mis. Uirtrude B. Willlmos, of Nor.
walk, J. It J. officer presiding.
Corps were represented ss lollows :
C. B. Gamba No. 804.
"Poller No. 511.
Runyan No. 810.
11 icings No. 150 8.
Hamlin No. 28-80.
A cordial greeting was extended the
convention by Mrs. Corintha Sage, Pres.
No. 28 Wellington, ably responded toby
Mrs. Melissa Wolcott, Prea. No, 150 La-
A district association of the W.R (X, of
the counties ot Erie, Hui on, and Lorain,
was. organized with forty-six members
all loyal ladles, willing to give their time
and strength lor the comfort and care ol
the nation's perservers. The remaining
part of the afternoon was spent in exem
plifylng the ritual and discussing methods
and plans for the good of the order.
Among the visiting ladles was Mrs. La,
vine Welch, of Bellevue, Pres. of the nu
ron Co. Association W. II C We should
judge her to be a w oman ot great execu
tlve ability, characterized by enthusiasm
of spirit, an earnestness of. purpose and a
desire to know and to do all for the best
Interest of the soldier. We are always
happy to meet women whose eminent
qualifications for, thorough acquaintance
with tnd devotion to the work, make
them so Indispensable to Its beat inter
est and success.
Convention closed with an Invitation to
Hamlin Corps to attend a reunion In June.
Supper was served to the visitors and
comrades by the ladles of Hamlin Corps,
thereby verifying that their love for the
veteran is genuine, and does not hesitate
at any effort, however laborious, which
may add to the enjoyment ol our boys In
A rousingifcamp-fire was held la the
evening, over which Gertrude B. Williams
presided, assisted by Mary E. Biggs, past
President ot Hamlin Corpt, and Com
mander M. W. Lang, Post No. 210. Many
ol the Comrades from Hamlin, Runyan
and Hastings Posts were In attendance,
also members of Col W. F. Herrlck Camp,
Sons of Veterans. Nearly all of Hamlin
Corps were present to greet Mrs. Williams,
ol whom we cannot refrala from saying a
few words. When not In the chair her
manner Is affable and encouraging; she
finds time and opportunity for a kind
word to all. She is an easy and eloquent
speaker, and possesses an earnestness of
manner that is pleasant to her listeners.
During the evening her remarks concern
ing the cause for which we labor, viz.,
caring for the widow and orphans of de
ceased and Indigent soldiers and sailors,
seemed to enthuse and Inspire all present
to a realization of our grand and good
work, and to convince all that the rela
tions already existing between the Grand
Army and W. R. C. should be steadfastly
maintained and generously fostered ; and
many expressed themselves so strongly in
favor of woman's work, that we ielt that
we had gained friends In whom time
could make no change.
We would mention with particular grat
ification the .remarks of Mrs. Gardner,
whose husband is an honored member of
Hamlin Post. Had I the ability to repro
duce ber wo'ds, no correct estimate could
lie made of their effect upon the audience,
for the magnetism of heart power loses
much of its expression In the process of
Comrade Haskell held tho audience for
hall an hour, and was frequently ap
niauded by the subdued clapping of hands
which showed how deeply all were inter
Remarks were made by Comrade S. D.
Gammel, whom we always love to listen
to, giving us food for thought, and test!
fying his allegiance to the "red, while
and blue," over which he would allow no
banner but that of the cross to be ever
T'uie forbids more than a mention of
the traturnal greetings which never grow
old, and which were expressed in the re.
marks cf Comrades W. Wolcott, J. W.
Wilbur, J. W Smith, C. N. Christie, E.
Stanard and others of llamllu Post and
Corps, also Henry Stevick, a noble son of
a noble veteran.
The " Star Spangled Bunner," " Rally
'Round the Flag," "Tramp, Tramp, the
Bos are Marching," nud other war songs
wt-re sung with spirit. "The Battle
Prayer," by Comrade Bpicer, was finely
rendered, and the manner in which Mrs.
Cecelia Thomas sang "Johnnie Comes
Marching Home," and the cheers It
brought forth, will long be remembered.
Au interesting feuture ot the evening
was the recitution ot Georgie Baker, who
richly desetves the honor of being Hamlin
Corps' best orator.
Many thanks are due to all who con
tributed to thu pleasure of th? evening.
We hope nil will remember the poem
read by Mrs. Welch and come and be
mu-tered in. L. W., Brcuktary.
Incompliance with Section 39B8,Ohle) Stat
utes, and at the urgent request ol the State
Hoard of Health, tbe Board ot Education bare
adopted the following resolution:
Hnolttd, That all youth In the Union School
District ot Wellington Village, between the
ages of six and twenty-one, who have not been
successfully vaccinated heretofore, are re
quired to be vaccinated without delay. All
pupils attending our public schools will be re
quired, on or before February IS, to furnlih
the Superintendent ot Schools a certificate
Irom a practicing phyilclan that tbe refla
tion has been compiled with.
Blank certificate! will be (urntshed by the
Superintendent ot Schools.
Signed, C. McDshmott,
Clerk ot Board ot Education.
Wellington, 0., Jan. , 1639.
STATE BOARD OP HEALTH.
Collators. O., Jan. 21, 1889.
10 Till HOARD OP ,DCCATIO!t :
Gentlemen We desire to call your at
tention to the present dangers from small
pox in Ohio. At the present lime we
have cognizance of small pox Id five coun
ties of the State. At Oberlin, a student at
the Theological Seminary was taken with
small-pox In mild lorm, and before the
nature of tbe dlsesse was recognized be
attended a lecluie at wl.lt h over twelve
hundred students were present. At Ash.
tabula child wa brought 'irom Buffalo,
N. Y., with small pox, and children living
In tbe bouse with tbe patient attended
school for several days before this was
known to tbe school or health authorities.
Every precaution Is now being taken to
prevent further spread ol tbe disease, but
the time is one ot danger, and we urgently
request yon to at once take measures for
the protection of children entrusted to
your cb i Vaccination and re-vacci
nation afford almost complete immunity
Irom small-pox, and as the enforcement ot
this measure baa been placed In your
bands, we call upon you to adopt a rule
requiring tbe vaccination of all children
admitted to schools under your control
We ask your attention to the following
provisions of the Revised Statutes ol Ohio
for enforcing vaccination oi school clill
dren. Section 8080 reads as follows:
"The hoard of each district may make
and enforce such rules and regulations to
secure the vaccination or. and to prevent
tbe spread of small pox among, tbe pupils
attending or eligible to attend tbe schools
of the district, as. in Its opinion the safety
and interest or the publlo require; and
the boards of health and councils of mu
nlclpal corporhtlons, and tbe trustees of
townships, snail, on application or tbe
board ol education of ihe district, provide
at tbe publlo expense, without delay, tbe
meana of vaccination to such pupils as are
not provided therewith by their parents
It li the opinion of thli board that the
present conditions in regard to small-pox
in this and adjoining States, call for the
protection, by vaccination, ol every pupil
admitted to tbe publlo schools. Trusting
this matter may recolve the prompt atten
tion its urgency demands, I am,
Very respectfully, ,
C O. Probst, Secretary.
By direction ot the State Board of
Hill's Sarsaparilla is the most successful
medicine before the nubile for purifying
tbe biooa. x . v. reu.
Use Cobb's Little Pills If the well are
low and malaria about. 23 cents for 40
pills. F D Felt. -
Hill's Peerless Cough Syrup Is a sure
cure for croup. No cure, no pay at Felt's.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Warner are spending
a few days visiting friends in the eastern
cltiei. . ' '
Mrs. S. Bailey has returned from Kansas.
M.W.Goodwin, ot LaPorte, la., visited
bis brother, R. N. Goodwin, over Sunday.
Commissioner T. D. Pbelon has been
compelled to spend about three days In a
week In Elyria since he took bis sea to
attend to wants of petitioners for ditches,
' Scott Ilorr left for Chattanooga yester-
W. II. Hisey, of Ashland, who has been
assisting C. K. Hisey, is now traveling in
the interest of Felt & Hlscy's odontan
algeslo. Mrs. P. 8. Brink visited friends in Ply.
mouth last week.
Calvin Sage attended the funeral of his
axed mother In Brunswick Friday last.
C. McDermoU left last week on a three
weeks' trip on business for Bennett Bros.
From our Regular Corroaponilent.
Washington, Jan'y 85, 1880.
Senator Sherman evidently, believes
that American interests in Samoa are not
ss well taken care of as they might be,
notwithstanding the effort of the Stute
Department to make light of tbe recent
news from there giving the details of in
sults to Americans and the American flag
by German officials. He has offered an
amendment to the consular and diplo
matic approprlutiun bill appropriating
f 000,000, and authorizing the President to
spend so much thereof as may be neces
sary lor tbe execution of the obligations
and the protection of tbe interests ot tbe
Umted Stales under tbe treaty with the
Stmoan Islands. It is proposed to con
struct a United States coaling station with
t portion of this money, the right to do so
h ivlng been given under the treaty.
Becretary Bayard is being very harshly
criticised, even by his own party asso
ciates, for the manner in which be lias
conducted this matter. Mr. Bewail. U.S.
Consul General to Samoa, who Is a Dem
o Tat and wss appointed by Mr. Bayard, is
heie and has been giving testimony be
fire the Forelun Affairs Committees of
the IIoufs and Senate as to the condition
of affairs In Samoa He blames Secretary
Bayard for the humiliating condition in
which (he Americans in Ssmoa now find
themselves, and be produced correspon
dence to prove his statements.
The Senate tariff bill was duly psssed
according to programme, and bas now
kOne to the House Ways and Means Com
mittee, where it is generally thought It
will be . mothered to death. There bad
been rumor to the effect that several
Democratic Senators Intended to support
the bill and that several Republicans
would oppose it, but the vote showed both
parties solid, the Republicans for and the
Democrats against the bill. Senator Rid
dleberger, who was paired with Mr. Blod
gett, of New Jersey, stated to tbe Senate
after the vote that bad he been free he
would have voted against tbe bill, and
8-nator Blair said to a friend that be
would have voted against it if his vote
could have defeated the bill. As a matter
of tact if Senators Blair, Blodeett tnd
lilddleberger had voted aainat it the bill
would have been defeated.
Vice-President-elect Morton has pur
chased the elegaut residence in this city
which waa erected several years ago by
Pro!. Bell, of telephone fame. It is a
strikingly elegant mansion and is in the
fashionable West End quarter.
Candidates for office are getting very
numerous around Washington. Uue day
this witk there were fivj candidates for
Public Primer In thu capltol at one time.
They represented the States of Illinois,
Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York and
Tbe twenty first annuul convention of
the Nalioual Woman's Suffrage Aoclft
tlnn was In session here li week. Tear
alter tenr turn body has been meeting
here with no signs of fatigue. No matter
what a man may think about woman
suffrage, be is compelled to admire the
pluck, patience and perfevcrence ot the
members of this astoclatioo. Had they
been an association of men tbey would
have given np the fight long ao.
Tbe organizations that have already
been assigned positions In the Insugural
procession muster nesrly 40,000 men, and
still the applications ate coming in.
iil sarin nuxanas.
Ezra Frank to N W Frank, Oberlin. lot t
Kennastoo add, $400.
NZInmer to Llsile Zlmmer, RldgevlUe,
Thomas Gawn to Albert Abel, Lorain, lot I
Geo N Neller to F B Rice, Oberlin. lot Ss.ttfS
IDLawlerto Anton Linden, Lorain, Iota
J II Johnson to 1 0 Smith, Orafton, lota It
and 82, 1275.
Mary Rd wards to H S Martin. Oberlin, Pt lots
Uand 14. n AC add, liooo.
A W Bensohoten to Robt Penhaur, La
Orange, pt 101 and pt 100, tx.
Gilbert Hogan to Fred W Pierce, Lorain, lot
Children Cry for Pitchor'i Castorla.
Whan Baby waa sick, wo gar bur Oaatoria.
Whan aba was a Child, sh arlad for Caatorta,
Whan aha bec&m Klaa, ab olung to Oaatoria,
Wfcra ah had Chfldraa, aha gar tbarn Oaalorta.
BIG HARdAIM RTOnirTl.rnoin.
everything every day, for all the people.
There has never been a time whon your
monev hnd fla irrpnt a niirMiMBttir ....
J 1 O - - uivu-riuj, JUHDI
as now. never before could so laree a va-
.!.. rt ....r..i i . . ..
iioij ui un-iui buu necessaiy nousenoiu
irrinna ha t..il an II.. I- a
k-'vub vw mi ou nine iiiuuey, AUlUUir
the many bargains for Ihe cominir week
(Ulft ...In Tl L'l l .
mra r luuueis at tuo a yarn :
500 Health Corsets, usual price $1 50 sold
at 48c. Our hrir-frnin nnunlnra ut. n....t
ed with lancy Geods, Crockery. Glnsa and
i iu i nun mu usual price, ou aoz Ladles'
Black Hose, 8c. 30 days only.
Choice Garden Seed in bulk In sermon
at N. P. KinimA.M'ii
FOR HAivr nn mmTTK. n
tington hotel with four acres of land, rood
I... . I. I i . . .
mini auu me uunxu is in preseni uoinir a
irood business. termaeiiKv Vnr fnrihn.
particulars chII on or addn ss,
o a. i. iiASKGM,, Wellington, U.
FOR RENT Tim In Wn.li.A l.'.i.it ii
farm ol'almnt HI urnw tu,-. ..,,!,,. i( r
tbe village of Wellington. Good locution
convenient to church mid hchool. Good
buildings and well watered. For terms
cull on or ncldrem,
J. 1. liAKKiai,, Wellington, O.
Sugar! SuKiir! Sugur!
On inir tn tin. roll
Ini? declared illegal. I have reduced the
prices on Sugar, and shull noil White Oil,
(Standard Company's) ut 10 cents per gal
lon, ti i 'i, .......
The finest display of Duklnir V owrlf.r in
t0WU at N. P. RoUINUON'K.
Five Hundred Dollars to Give Away.
Mv hoUBA and lot allnnturl nn Vnraot
Avvnue. The lot is eighty-three (83) feet
front, the house frame, encted in 1887
Willi all nl tll llinm nwulufn t...r.r...ru
ments, au excellent cellar, lawn and prem-
ises in urst class condition and the neigh.
horhonil iiiivr.Mllafl In .... ....-.. ..f i..
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cuting elsewhere, I am desirous ol dis
posing ui me aoove named premises even
at the enormnua anrrirlrn nt fk-u l.nn.lroil
dollars below actual cott. Terms easy.
Vitii un or auorenfl,
A. P. Dimock, Wellington, O.
Oysters, direct irom Baltimore at
A PATH I T fvill nl,r tnr tl.n nn...
' . iui .111. .11. .1 1CJUI1
shop across from T. Doland's wajion shop
all kinds of fnrntlllrn nnuli.uiH uiwl aluin. .1
to look as good as new. New work made
to unier. oaws men anu vnrnislilng none
Give me a call. II. A. Knait.
NEW MILMVKItY Mlaa ..,.nSn.
ger, of Bucyrus.wlll open In r millinery
Durlors in the Wmnir !!. U tW ilmu
south ol the American House, April 1,
tl' 1 1 .. ' . 1 1 I i . . . . . . . I -v' . . 1
-in iuii nu.. mi pjirin aiyii'S. itl OKI
CARDS In order to immllliirr tlm In.
dies almultl l.ave the usual outfit in the
way ol curds, in ortler lo have one in case
the parties called upon are not at home
ThO EntP.UPHIkK nlllin Itai.na full lina
ol flrstclass funis and furnish them ex
ceeuingly tiieap. Please call and see
Pillsbury's Best Minneapolis Flour,
The best Flour made at Willahd's.
FOR SALE One of tho finest reBl
dences on Courtlaud avenue. Inquire ot
4tf J . H. Dickson.
A beautilul prize with every package of
oiiniug ruwucr. lau ana see inem at
A complete line of Pickle Goods at
Dvaliplialn nr Inillffatinn I a. vltAA
to the curative properties of Hibbnrd's
KheuniHtic Svrim rmitnininir. aa It ilixa
nature's specific for the stomach. For
sine ai Ei. w. Aaams' anu r. u. H en.
Oysters! Oysters !! Oytera!l!
In Can or Bulk at Earnest Lemuels.
Hot Peanuts at Willahd's.
Farm foh Sale 45 acres of good land,
hunted one mile north and one mile east
of the center of Huntington. If not sold
oy fliarcn 1st, win be tor rent.
614 J. II. Dickson.
J. H. Crabtree will pay tbe highest
market prices tor live and dressed hugs
veal calyea, dry and green hides and pelts.
To those that intend putting up white
bronze monument liefore Decoration day
we will say that during the winter months
Is a good tune to place your order for It,
tew having already done so.
It N.Goodwin, Agt.
MONEY TO LOAN -On long time hi
moderate interest on good farm security.
Enquire ol C. Sage & Co.
Mr. Lee Moon having purchased the
Laundry business ei W Ins King will con
tinue to serve the public- I am now pre
pared to ao up collars and culls by new
patent process. Prices the same as my
predecessor. Plesae favor me with yoni
Dr. E. M. Obcrnilllrr, from Toledo, O ,
win ie at me American House, Welling,
ton, Nov. 7th, Dec. 5th, Jan. 9tb, Feb. 6tli
March 6th. 41-5ino
Dr. O. K. Hisey, ot Ashland, O., ha
opened a permanent offlce In the Wads
worth building. Teeth extractod without
pain by tbe use of Ilurd's vitalized air,
ana an work warranted to please. Sign ol
me goio ioou.
What B. E. Cooper, sayi.
J. E. Jackson Dear sir: "I bad Bright'!
disease in tne worst iorm. 1 nsea two
bottles of J our medicine, Burdlck'i Kid'
ney Cure, and it bss done wonders for me.
Tbe swelling has left my body and limbs
and l am ao wen i can walk ont again.
This is the only remedy that wauld reach
my case. Price 75 cents.
What John L. Hades,of Woodbury, N.
8., says: J. E. Jackson, Dear Sin "I
had kidney trouble for years very bad
my pains at times were so great I wonld
roll the floor. I thought my case a help
less one. I used two bottles ol your med
icine, (Burdick's Kidney Cure) and now I
can do any kind of work. I recommend
Ibis to all sufferers. Price 75 cents and
11.25. For sale by Fred D. Felt.
Th following Is a Hat of anclalmed lsttar
nalnlng la th poatoOc st Wellington, Ohio,
January". 1880. .
F. D. Ktltr. Dan Maftlt,
Persons sailing lor the above plaass say
We are now
SI per yard.
They are very rapid
Send for Sales.
4 and 6 Euclid Atc
N.B. The above nam
ed silks are much used
lor evening wear. j