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Q : I ' ... ' ' .' I 7 7Tr .. i
i - r ... 1 ' " ' .! n r l.ilniir ' aurvpvor of the I
11, 1800; aud was ma
" ?rrr. irt-o children was the
... dl l'.lVIU.
Xe presided until kto
be was living with bU
.m. Merrill. The son died Oct. her
WHO uuu mwuv
June the 8, 1869. ,
rr-.i. i.Niii n lie waa
widely and favorably -
Jiud audcLanlable neighbor always
fending R bclplng band In the time of
Death canie wlout wjr terror,
life passed out calmly and almost
Imperceptibly; the interment was made
fc, the family lot In thecemetcry in Smith
Brighton, Rev. G. M. Kn.pp offldut-
fcTbe relatives one and ull wish to bere
ft, extend their sincere thanks to the
,1 ,.iM,l.ms who bo kindly ex-
inenuo u"" ""-I- - . . .
ijBdcd their help and apathy in their
hur of affliction.
t...lr Comparative Binngtb and
.t.i,., is Must Economical.
Tlu, below tabulated Mnteinenls are cx-
. ... ,.i.!l- tPs'.Kt.f baking powoers,
. . ... .i..,;.. ,..lni ve vului! Ill
:.,-!,! us In lukliiR. The powder en
. lVI'Kt UlllUlMt Of
. ... rpxclud nsthe alum
ti wost dlk'l.i und wholesmn Io.nI,
i .1. r..nt PrODUinlCill ID U8C
1) 1 1 V IB www- ,
o,u.. noviruuient Chemist,
. n.Uvurd O. I-ove, found
' ,i. .irenctk i.f the powder.
Cubic In Oas
per oi. Powder
ffcipsc0 (Alum Powder)..
Cunrm (Alum rowf r)
t-c Koom - "
.trenstu ot .ever. r ol
Prol. C.W. lsrsonS.N.
Collece ot 1'dsin
1 . . . a. ii.i, Orocer'l Auocl'
nicy, in ie.ni muo .
"tlon ot New York, lound the strength ol six
braads as follows:
Sna Foam .
Cu. In. EM per os.
In Chief. U.S. Agriceltiiral Hepartment.WMB
Cu. In-gas per os
t. ill lu noticed that the
du. es from 17 to 40 per cent, more ie.u-
, ' gas than any other creatn of tartar
Uing powder, and is consequently that
much more economical.
The Cot-eminent Chemt.Pi-f- Edward
G Love, who made Ihe imulysls of bak
ing powder, for the New York State
ft, .aid of llcalib an well as for the U. B.
i,.ernmenl. says: "I And the Royal
B . king Powder composed of pure and
w-olesome .uirre.lieuts. It does not con
t on cither alum or phosphates or other
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Notes from Other Town
Ti ma not be generally
although it ought to be, that under the
law a person who One iosi proiwiy
r, t ins the same without making dllligent
if. .t to find the owner. Is Rulliy of lar-
CPy Woodchui k scalp, are worth
,,01) lOccnUnow... George Ksnnan,
tuo great Siberian traveller, and cousin
of Prof, Kennan ot Medina, will lecture
iu i leveland Saturday evening. April 6.
A flock of wild gVese passed over
village Tuesday steering directly for
Ho. north pole. Evidently a K00 'n
rf warm weather Medina will have
4,W and more Bubstantial streets. The
4..II authorlxlog Medina village to borrow
4'k)J0fontreet ImrovemenU has become
la v,and the proper bonds wlU at onte
b Issued and the money borrowed. The
preliminary eteps were taken by the coun
cil at their aession Tuesday evening for
4h purpose of improving West Liberty
BfeeL Work will be commenced at once.
A number of car loada of stone to be 0Md
fc,e arrived, and the grading and the
IiUIng of the atone will be in full opera-
Shu within a wwk A report gained
C.rr,-ncy in the northern part of H'ockley
t,, uhlp on Monday morniog, and which
C,i -d considerable excitement through
ui the nelgbboraood, that Bhermaa John
..n, a well known farmer, living close to
Wm- Cuyahoga line, had swallowed a band
lulofdrarU green, and that he was
wri.ninglnthe torrlble panga of death.
r, report wm soon milled. ' After sufl
e.I..g eicrucistUig pal" tor several hours,
Mr Johnson died about 2 o'clock on Mon-
- .n.. rtla eenerally auppoeed
Iht this deed was prompted by despond
fr.cr caused by the death of bis wife,
hkhoccured about a year "go-i
fuoeral was held 0 Wednesday, and the
. ..,..'. Ttnvalton IOT
y- ffvmaiui -
total,.:.. .".Tbt balance oi we u
v:ptlon to tha gaa and oil fund la now
ue and It Is rery Importnot that It be
yud 13 the tressnrer at once. Doot
Wait for him to call on you. It will save
ngrent dcul of labor if subscribers will
cull in at once and py.-Ga.itle. ; .;
, ' OllKUUN. '. ,..
There is au -i in pi esbion abroad that
Oberlln has a surfeit of science and leot
ures, so that there is no use for country
or other outside organisations to siumpi
to hold meetings here. The citueoe of
the town and surrounding country should
prepare to attend the Farmers' Institute
to be held here on the 0th ol April, ana
the lecture In the College Chapel on the
preceding evening A sad case of
iuufutlelde was developed in this place
fast week. India Johnson, a girl about
eighteen years of ngu, who came to Ober
llu from Ilarmar, Ohio, near Marietta,
fire month ago, has been employed as a
domestic at No, 7 College Tlace, which Is
a highly respectable boarding house for
young ladies. She was unwell last week and
on Friday afternoon, while carinir for her
room, the lady of the bouse found a dead
inlant In the slop Jar, which had
been sit away and covered with
some clothlnu. A stocking bad beeu
drawn tightly twice around Its neck
The gil l admitted that It bad been born
Wednesday uight. Prosecuting Attorney
WublH'r was notified, uud came from
Ely rin Saturduy. An Inquest and post
mortem e.aiuiuatiou was ordured. Drs.
Allen, Wilson, Noble und W. C. Dliuce,
made the examinition at H insi nil's the
undertaking noma, and the Inquest was
hold by Justice Dale, acting as the corner.
11 wiii!ivMcd that the child's death was
caused by strangulation. No nrr-ht has
yel bc n tu.ide n the girl is not able to be
moved. Iatkii The girl disappeared
between I) and 11 o'clock Wednesday
evening, and her present location is tin
known The suspense which has
been hanging Over Oberlln for a long time
in regard to the next Postmaster, was re
lie veil la.st Friday by the receipt of the
letters Irom Congrewruun Wickhtm, con
vaying llie information that he had de
cided to recommend the i.ppoliitment of
Colonel John W. Steele for the position
Messrs. Gilbert, Durand, Reamer, Regal,
Barnard and Gibson, who have been
mentioned lor the pltice, all worthy men,
favored an election, but as Colonel Steele's
petition contained the names of about
one-half the resident Republican Voters,
wiib no names ol traosieut students, Mr.
iTlckhitui decided that It was not desira-
me vo cun an lecuon. ui course some
ofthe candidates and Iheir most ardent I
friends feel some degree of disappoint
ment, but in general the appointment
gives good satisfaction News.
BE4L K STATS TBAXtriM.
Wm II Prince to Margaret Oentes 12 acres
Mary A Chandler to Abble A Rowley 60 ft
Irout on leoond ave Lorain, 150
Jackson Wheeler to Orlando DlrlanOW
acres Huntington, 11,110
MlunleDownle to Tbos Burke t acres
Ileman Ely et al to Carl Zauder lot 20 blk 23
Thomas Burke to Minnie Dow.'ilelot t blk
nC'sadd Lorain, 91 .900
8 Chamborlln trustee to Thus Curit lot I blk
17 C's add Lorain. 1360
I Uames A Lang to Myron Ilawley 82 acres
. w Muthlas' heirs to C and V Cowle 65 1
acres Rochester, i,100
JohnJaoob to O Canalos pt lot 2 blk 12 1
Browaell's add Lorain, $125
Aaron Hill to Parld Hill 1 acre Sheffield, 175
vaviaKawiontoJ J Strickland 89J 'acres
n a itnstoi ei al to A Ollcbrlst 03 acres
Root J Smith to E A Smith 82 acres Colum
OeoLudwIf etal.to John Ruth VA acres
Catherine Oelit to Marvin Bailey 31 acres
Marvin usney to thai rj'Uara Bl acres
RobtJ Smith to Chas S Smith a acres
Cobb's Pilh are small
but do not gripe. Cures
F D Felt
Cit Frem our Rrgnlsr Correspondeat.l"""
Wasuihotoh, March 25, 1889.
The President is being complimented
on an sio.es tor tne excellence or bis ap
polntmenta made this week, among them
are the following: ItobtT. Lincoln son ol
the late President Llncolo and Secretary
of War under Garfield, to be Minister to
England; Murat Halstead, editor ol that
staunch old republican paper, the Cincin
nati! Commercial Gazette, to be Minister
to Germany; Allen Thorndike Rice, of
New York, editor of the North American
Iteyiew, to be Minister to Russia; Patrick
Egan.of Nebraska, formerly President of
the Irish National League, of America, to
be Minister to Chill; Thomas, ol Kansas, !
who has Jut retired from ths House of
Representative, to be Minister to Mexico; '
John Iilcka, of Wlsconain, lo be minister
to Perue; Ex-Congreseman Xoring, of
Mmwt...Mt tn h. Mi.u..tA PMnt
Massachusetts, to be Minister to Portugal
Through some unexpected! delay the
President's proclamation opening to set
tjement a part of Oklahoma Territory wm
not issued until Wednesday. It.name
13 o'clock, April 22nd, as the earliest dale
that the new land can be occupied. Tbi
General Land office has perfected arrange
ments lor dividing the land .oponed to
settlement Into two districts, the Eastern
office to be located at Guthrie, and the
Western at King Fisher stage station,
It U generally expected that the Senate
will adjourn next week, the most ot Its
members being very anxious to get away.
Senator Washburn baa bad to return to
Minnesota on accouut of bis bad health.
Be has not been well alnce bo took bis
seat ' !''
Secretary Windom has appoiuted M. E.
Bell, formerly Supervising Architect ot
the Treasury, to be Superintendent ot
public buildings at Chicago. He ha also
ttNTKTiPRISE. WEDNESDAY; APRIL 3.
.-m.rin T.ancaster. surveyor or me
port of Bl. Louis, and rtommenaea J
Churchill for the poBlilon - ... "
Secretary "Windom has loasu a uowv
hire, the house belongs to Senator Bher-
mun.and U well kapwu, imyii.g Deen i
residence of Becreiai-y Bianton when he
was Lincoln's Secretary of or . ..
First Assistant Postmaster-General
Clarkson 1b beglnnltifi to yet In his work
on the $5,000 fourth-class postmaster and
the beads are beginning to fall at a very
Since the advent of the present aumin-
lstratlon Monday are spoken of by the
nnhtlfilans as "Blue Mondays," because
the President has reserved that . one day
In the week for bimselt and refuses to see
any office-seekers. .''.''." :
The newspaper men of the Uepuuucan
party have no right to complain of the
recognition they have received irom iuw
administration. The President evidently
knows that there la no danger of making
mistake In selecting a newspaper man to
fill any position, no matter how important
it may be. Let the good worn go on, me
hard working proionslon cannot receive
more than It is entitled to from the He-
Great pressure Is being Drougui w near
umn the President to persuade utm toap-
tMilut a successor to the late Justice
Matthews, of theU. B. Supreme Court, oe
fore the adjournment ol the extra session
ol the Senator. ' '
STAFFOHI)-DAUUlIBRTV-At the resliieuco
ol the bride's parents lu Speueer March Zh
Am. Mr. tleurne M- Btalloiu uuu n
C. liautfherty. Uev.U. U. rioriuu uu um,
L. M. buyder othciatlun.
IiEK DA U0 UE KTY A t the-resldeuceot the
bride parents lu Biieucer, Muruh ii7,
.Mr. rerrj O. Lee, ol Luralu, Ohio, aud illsn
Kdna M. Iiuumierly. llev. O II. Kortou
aud Kev. L, M. ttuyder olllciutiug.
Medlua papers please copy
April 2ud, at llie residence ot V) ui. Vtuvlier
on Mala street, by U. t. llusled, J. If., lleurr
Clifford to Millie Kerstetler, both ol Well
SMITU-To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. ginitk, a
son, on April 1st.
The Oliver Sharp Nose Share.
The great money saving invention for the farmer. It fits all the
famou b Oliver Plows. The points
ten ce nta. The Flows and Points
G. E. TOWNSEND'S
Headquarters for all the latest
for spring crop s. JUy stock is au
DO YOU READ
The Bright, Sparkling Young Magazine.
25 Cents a Number. $2.40 per year. -
The Cosmopolitan la literally what the press universally culls It, "The Beat and
' Cheapest Illustrated Magazine" In the world.
STJBSCaiBE AN UNUSUAL
The Cosmopolitan per year.;
The EH TEIU'KlSK per year
The nrloe of the two publications.
We will mmisk Doiu lor only.
The Cosmopolitan farniahes, for
A apleadid illustrated periodical at a price hitherto oeemea iraposMwe. .
' TRY IT FOB A YEAR.
It will bis a liberal education to e?ery member of tbe household. ' It will make the
nights psss pleasantly. It will give you more ir me muunj uia juu v.u
, , obtain la any other form. Do you want a flrsl-clasa Magazine, giving
annually 1,800 pages by the ablest writer and cleverest srtlsU ;
- as readable Magazine as money can make a Magaxiae that , .
, . . ....... makes a speciiaiiy of aubjeetaf ; , ., v, ... :,. ,
Send IS.es to this office and reooive both tho Co8mopollt and
'" '' ' ... li .4,
ns im wnnma. m oberin business coLlf
enrr conpKU. C.nl Uu. Addr.
"TneOne Hobs Bhay"
of Dr. Holmes, is full ot the genial
author's exuberant humor. Its fup( Is
superficial and obvious; but more is
m ant than meets the ear or eye. The
vehicle which run lor a hundred years
and a day without brake., typifies a
healthy human body, and represents the
nuturul term of Its 8rvice. If, however,
a m n has catunhal, bronchial, asthmatic,
or pulmonary dlseajse, be cwnol live out
half hi ilavs, unless he cradicatos the
scrolulous humors whos presence causeB
these local troubles. . The great blood,
cleansing altesrative of Dr. Pierce, known
as the "Golden Medical Discovery," rids
the-blood of scrofulous pollutions, and, by
Improving the nutrition, gives new vigor
to the debilitated aystem, and cures these,
diseases. : ; ' . f . - "v
Thfere are many hair preparations in the
market, but none have so destreahle
effect unon the bair and scalp as Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
Shipmektb fob Week Ending April 2
Cheese 015 pkgs., weighing 80,805 lbs
Butter 71 " . ' " 4,200
Youne America 10
Family Favorite 10J
Buttcr,dalry,pcrlb....t0.12 3 0.10
Creamery bitter $ lb.... 25
Chlckcns.dreesed.pcrlli. 0.07 009
Eggs, per doz 0.09
Beef per cwt 0.00 7. On
Ham. smoked, per lb... 0.08 0.10
New Potutoes, per bush. 0.00 0.80
Tallow, per lb.. 0.0.t;
Hickory Nuts 0.C0 0.50
Hides, per lb 0.03, 0.04
Hound Steak 12
Shoulder Steak 10
Apples, dried, in quart
ers and cored, per It 0.03
Apples, sliced 02 0.00
Wool , 0.10 0.25
Grain. Flour and Peed.
Flour, per sack (49 l,s).. 1.40 1.40
Graham flour, per cwt. . 8 . 00 ....
Corn meal, per cwt 9.00 0.85
Chop, per cwt 1.00 1.00
Middlings, per ewt 0.00 0.85
- Bran, per cwt 075 0.80
Oil Meal, per cwt 1.00 1.80
Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.45
Corn, In car, por bush . 0 . 00 0 . 45
Wheat 0.00 0.82
Oats per bus 0.20 0 26
are self-sharpening and only cost
are kept at
Improved Machinery andFertilizers
iresn irom tne iactory
of Public Square,
it Mstrateil Moniy in
' . "H
tho flrat time In magazine literature
m. n o ;.-"".
Mc MB m
Spinig lilliiiei Opeii'g
un occount oi tne weaincr,
t . n -1 .i
the rest of the week and will
New and Nobby Goods
vss7 yrsm& ssf-w
Suits manufactured in the
all work guaranteed at
R. S. HOLLENBACH'S,
THE MERCUANT TAILOR.
Alder Brothers & Co.'s
Prince Albert Coats and Vests, Three and Four
Button Cutaways, Sack Coat Suits, also a line
of their celebrated Pants and without fear
of contradiction, we say we are sole
agents for the best Clothing Factory in the ;
U. S. of America and will be sold at one price
and no deviations. Alter this date, if you want
style and value combined, we have it and the
prices are right.
W. W. HAllVEY,
Ths One Pries Clothier.
C. Will a ED,
1 will be found next week in
J. H. WOOLEY'S BUILDING1 .
with a full line' of
Family Groceries and M Paper,
Watch this space next week and see what
he will say. It will
Everybody read the following: I have a full line of
Garden and Field Sceda from Minneapolis, Minn., in bulk
Buckoye Binders and Mowers,
Five kind of Plows,
LaDow Dise Harrows,
Lean Steel Harrows,
Plannet Jr. Cultivator,
. Riding and Spring Tooth Cultivators,
Pure Manila Binder Twine,
Chesapeake Guano Co's Fertilizers
Dissolved Bone Phosphate for wheat, corn and oats. Fertilizers
and Ammoniated Bone Super Phosphate for spring crops.
I am thankful for past favors and would ask a continuance, atleast
examine my stock before purchasing else whet e, as I intend to handle
none but the best of everything and at prices that will defy compe
tition. Warehouse one door south of T. Doland's Carriage Works.
R. C. ADAMS,
; Wellington, O.
CLEARANCE SALE !
Continued for 30 Days Only.
40,000 pounds Fence Wire bought cheap. 1,000 Kegs Nails, bought cheap -
Will sell Barbed Fence Wire at $3.25 lo $3 75 per 100 pounds.
Iron Nails at f 2 pe beg of 8 penny. Bteel Cut Nail at 12.25 per keg of 8 penny .
Bieel Wire at $3 per keg of 8 penny. ", .
Steel Crow Bars as per pound.
Bench Planes, set of . at $2.
Bench Planes, setol 4, at 3.
Solid Steel Axes Tie each.
Solid Steel Axes, handled, tl aaeh. ,. ; .
Post Hole Dlfxers tl each. ' ' ' '
Champion X Cut Saws 25 to 30 ets per toot
Champion Buck Bawa75e each, v -
Uand Saws MteU each. ;
Solid Steel Hoes 26e to 90e each.
Dairy Tbermometers Ucts each- .
S Insb Mm Files ICets each. : ,
10 Inch Mill Hies l&eueaoh. "
' . Any surplus goods In stock at
the above price. . ' - '
WtLamoTON, Ouro., March 80th, 18H0.
l will continue my opening'
be pleased to meet all the
A. G. SW ANGER.
am hai v 1
very latest Eastern styles and
be for your benefit.
Breach Loading Shot Ouns 10 to f 17 each.
Pure Maalla Binder Twine It ets per pound.
Cable Chsla with hook. U, 11.(0 and 12 esoh. .
Solid Steel Adie Eye nammorsSOcts each. '
" " Bhorels and Spades Met , .
Btes Ladders, tl, $1.25, and $1 JO each. .
Bteel Game Traps, 12, and tlM per dox. -
FlobertRlllcs.Hto 15. ' , ' '
Revolvers Terr low prices. '" . (; ' , ;
Clothes Wringers tery low prices. . ; ,
Poekot Cutlery, " " " ' ,
Steel Club Skates, best TScts per psir. -.
" "V, Nlekel PUtedfl per fair. "
Carpenters Steid Squares, TSeUeaeh.
special prices. ' ( ' Do not ank for credit at
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