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. THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY. ' MAY 8, 1 1889.
We have jnst received a new invoice of
FINE GOODS for Ladies' aqd Gerts Wear
in the very latest styles. Call and examine at
- LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
The big show May Jlst
The cold wave hM subsided. -
The flower venders have arrived.
Prepare to vlttlt the watering places.
Prepa-e your flower for Decoration day.
It Is now time to exchange rtonn doors
of milk this spring.
Let us now drop the story of truthful
George and the hatchet
Linen dusters were lubstituted for over
coats Monday afternoon.
Btreet Commissioner Serage will be the
toss workman next week.
The street sprinkler has begun Its work
tor the season. Look out for the crossings.
Next Tuesday week will he a bad day
for the boys to get lessons. Show coming
Our harness manufacturers and dealers
hate been enjoying a boom for the past
Thanks to Wm. Rlninger for New York
papers during his sojourn In the city the
put two weeks.
This has been an exceedingly dry week,
u the whistle wetter ba been a little
hard to procure.
It Is planting time with the tillers of
the soil, hence the town has been deserted
for a few days past, ,
A female dentist appeared on the streets
Monday evening accompanied by a patent
Keal estate dealers in Northern Ohio
towns have not been confined very c,los
to business in the past year.
Oor mall Hit has been corrected this
week. Please observe your date and see
If proper credit has been given.
The winter festivities have ill closed
now. The past winter has been an unus
ual one for the lovers of f Mulouable dress
It takes some of the pedestrians a long
tlm to nasa a riven point these evenings.
tv. An nnt tmwu to be in much of a
uJ -I I
There Is not likely to be any more
centennial exhibitions held In this state
nntll 1902 the one hundredth annlversa7
of her admission
James Sheldon, 0. W. Crosier & Co and
Laundon. Windecker Co, are consum
kg an unusual amount of space In the
cold storage rooms tor eggs.
Superintendent Kinnlson Is reported to
be gaining a little, but the prospect are
good for Miss Sprague to superintend the
chool the balance ot we term.
About all of the business changes have
been made for the spring trade and now
it U in order to Increase the recelpU over
last years business for the next sixty days.
About thirty employes of theC. L. & W,
s machine shoes were dismlaaed
aervlce last week. The Master Mechanic
aid, "On account of. the depresaion In
business on the road, and no prospects for
the near future, your service will not be
needed after April 80th."
Mrs. James Rust received a draft from
the hand of Wm. Vlscher, treasurer of the
Royal Arcanum, May 2nd, lor fifteen
knndred dollars. This shows that the
order baa a remarkable good financial
finding to pay a loss in lea than twenty
days after receiving proof of. death. The
order haa lott but one member since it
The coarse of lectures given ' here this
,;... twan ktirlilv'iitlsf actor v with
the people. They were within the reach
... . . v ; n -
. f everybody, hence they were largely
attronlzed. Thanks are due the com
aittee for the success. After all expense
were paid there was a oaiance 01 ctbd.
t en dollars in the treasury. Which we
andVrttand Is to be divided between the
Methodist and Congl Bunday-acboole
The only big show to be tht year I
John Robinson's 10 big show combined,
nd the date will be at Wellington, Tues-
day. My ti. It will not come a day
aooaer or later, it never divides but always
exhibit Just the lame in small villages a
in small town; it never deceive by false
' mUrepresentalion or exagerated bills, but
will exhibit everything pictured and de
scribed. It Is the biggest show on earth
andba more act, actors, features and
novelties than any 10 " shows on earth; 4
monster R R train with 4 big engines to
transport It' ttOcsges'and dens, its 81 sua
fcrlrht chariot, it 300 horse. It 100
; ponies and 480 people, The parade la J
' wild mile of glittering gold and enteral,
and cost $300,000, It take place each day
Bt 10 i.m.. ; ,. . .
JH Jit lli E 7
A number of our young people attended
the May dance, given at the town hall In
Litchfield on Friday night last week.
Complaints have been entered that um
brellas have been taken from the waiting
rooms of the churches of late. Whether
by mistake or otherwise, persons should
be caret ul.
Miss Carrie Bowman daughter of Levi
Bowman, of this place, was Joined in mar.
rlageat Cincinnati, -April 80, to Joseph
HetndlnKsfleld.of Greenville, Ohio. The
uncle of the bride presented her with a
check for Ave thousand dollars aside frm
other val uable and usetul presents.
Quite liberal donation was made to K.
II. Henderson last week on account of
sickness in the family and Robert Walden
getting hurt. Robert resides with Mr.
Henderson and it will he a number of
months before be will be able to earn bis
living, hence the donation.
Our correspendent "Blanche" mokes
mention of the (act that she resides in
North Daketa. Better wait until the old
hen comes off the nest with her brood
before an attempt Is made to count the
chickens. Wonderful changes take place
ilhin very ebort periods In republic.
A freight tram passed through here oi.
Sunday on the Bee Line and it was oh
served that the train was composed of ears
loaded with merchandise, empty box cars
and two or three loaded with iroa and
machinery. From appearances there was
not one pound of perishable freight on
board the train. This Is hardly In keep
ing with the order of General Manager
Eugene, son of Wm. Cushion, Jr., had
bis collar bone broken, Monday forenoon,
while at play on the school around. This
is the third time that young Cushion baa
had hi collar bone dislocated. Five years
ago it waa broken twice in one year. Dr.
Hathaway wa called each time and when
be was taken borne Monday forenoon,
Mr. Cushion went into an adjoining room
and brought out the bandage used on
former occasions and all that was to be
done was to put them to their places.
The Medina Beniinel has been having
pic-nic over ex-Sheriff Dealing being
short in bl account. The matter stands
In this wise. Mr. Dealing sold some
property during bis administration and
when he turned the office over to bis sac
cessor he failed to make return of It, but
when the discrepancy wa discovered he
immediately procured the money by plac
ing mortgage on bit premise and made
everything satisfactory. It was merely
carelessness in keeping his private ac
count that caused the trouble. .
Messrs. Horr, Warner 4 Co., Laundon,
Windecker & Co., James Sheldon, O. W.
Crosier A Co., and J. P. Eldt, wholesale
cheese dealers in this place have formed
themselves into board of trade to flx
upon the billing price of rbeese in order
that they nay be uniform. The board
have held four stated sessions with very
satisfactory results. The farmera have
declared war against the twlue trust They
cannot see why it should advance from 15
to 26 cents per pound when the material
that it is manufactured from can be pur
chased for much lower figures than last
The dally register at the American
House show the autographs of four hun
drrd and twenty persons who stopped
there during the month of April. This
is an average of fourteen transients dally.
Accounting for three to Ave at the Park
and Palmer' Cottage it will be seen that
we have an average of about twenty-five
person to din with us daily from out or
town. The register (bow some very
finely executed autographs while others
the clerk is merely guided by the number
of the room the traveler 'occupies, which
Is placed in the blank adjoining an J oses
it Instead of the name.
' A horse wm stolen Sunday evening
from the meeting house sheds In Litch
field, but wu found In Sullivan township
Monday morning bitched to a sulky on
the highway. A young man called at
Palmer' Cottage about 1 o'clock Monday
morning anc wanted bed, which wa
given him and breakfast and then went to
work for Hon Warner. The hone be
ing reported mlssinc In Litchfield aroused
the people somewhat and number were
en the alert for the thief. Thi young
man wm suspected oi Hand when eon.
fronted about the matter Immediately con
fessed, but ald be left the horse near the
center of Pen field and walked to Welling
ton. He wa taken to Medina Tuesday
and had preliminary hearing and bound
over to court 'and ball placed at 1500,
which he could not procure and wm taken
to jail where he can now have an oppor
tunity to meditate. '.. i
If you feel dull and have 'no appetite,
take Kinehart'i Liver Pills; 1 a dose,
DFelt. , . . i
Ohio Women Suffrage Convention.
The Ohio Women Suffrage Association
will hold its fifth annual meeting in
Akron, Summit county, Ohio, on May 23.
23, and 24, 1889. 11 Us Susan B. Anthony,
Rev. Anna H. Shaw and Miss Zerelda
O. Wallace will be present and address
the convention. Morning and alternoon
session open to the public Ten cents
will be charged for the evening sessions.
Mm. Martah II. Elwell, Pres., ,
Northeastern Ohio Teachers' Associa
tion Programme. . " , ;
. Central school building, Norwalk, Bat.
urday, May 18, 1869. 10 o'clock a m
Prayer; address of welcome, Hon SA
Wild man, Norwalk ; "Some esaential ele
ments pi a good teacher not determined by
examinations," Supt J A Shawan, Mt Yer
non; "The first year of Latin," Miss
Frances Hosford, Obtrlin. 2 p m "Life,
character and deed of Principal M B
Campbell," Supervisor E F Moulton,
Cleveland; "The length, the breadth, and
the depth," Supervisor William Richard
son, Cleveland; discussion of paper. Re
duced railroad rates By obtaining from
local agents a certificate of purchasevand
having the same countersigned by the sec-'
retary of the association, each purchaser
of a first-class ticket to Norwalk can return
at one tuirk fare.
L W Day, Preet.
Chaa P Lynch, Secy.
Executive committee E II Stanley, W
V Rood, Clara Umbstaetter.
Tickets to Norwalk and return over the
W A L E Ry, May 17 and 19 good to re
turn un 11 the 19 for 86c.
By agreement the trial of Van Burnaw
was continued until Saturday morning,
May 4th at 10 o'clock. Messrs. Webber
snd Haskell appeared for the village and
J. H. Dickson for the defense. A large
representation from the W.C.T.TJ. wm
present in the forenoon. Attorney Dick'
son made a motion to dismiss the action
on account of a defect in the ordinance
and made a number of strong point in hU
favor. After the defense on the motion
wa through, tba court took the matter
under advisement for time and then de
cided to overrule Mr. Dickson' motion to
which the defense excepted. The trial if
the case wm then began and the village
produced testimony to show that a num
ber ot individuals had purchased and
drank cider ef the defendant and it had
caused them to become Intoxicated. The
defendant did not deny selling cider and
supposed be bad a right to do so, but did
not sell It with view of making any one
drunk. The ordinance provldea that no
person shall tell or give away anything to
make persons drunk except It be on the
order oi the family physician. Hence all
that wm left for Hi Honor to do wm to
Impose a fine which was fifteen dollar
and cost. Exceptions will be filed and
case carried to common pleas. The case
wm hotly contested and an excited crowd
wm present during the entire trial. Sup
posing the ordinance la deficient it will
take but a short time to amend it Let
the citv lathers see that the village laws
are mad flro proof and spare no expense
in making thrm so. Individuals should
be looking after tome other way to make
a living than to be constantly trying to
evade the village ordinance In aelMng
Will Exhibit at Wellington on Turn-
day, May 21.
John Robinson's 10 big tbows are com
Ing and will arrive on the advertised time
The circus I given in 4 rings with per
formance In each ring at ihe same time.
Around the four rings, at an enormous
racing track, there will be given 4 poo;
chariot race, pony Jockey hurdle flat
race given by 60 beautiful children, be.
tides daring races by 20 thoroughbreds,
racing Shettllngt ridden and . driven by
noted men and lady jockeys, ponderous
elephant, camel, elk and buffalo races, the
funny tack, wheelbarrow races, the ludic.
rout Donney Brook fair, the street parade
with ll 100 Shetland ponle harnessed to
the 10 miniature chariot representing the
nursery rhyme of Clnderilla, Jack the
giant killer, old woman who lived in
shoe, Sinbad tbe sailor, etc , 00 eaget and
dens of wild animals, 81 cn-bright chat I
ots, 12 kind of music, Jubilee singer. 8
separate bands, I steam or fan a, (team cal
liope female bras band, pony cart, bug-
gles, carriage and tally-ho oache,800
horse, 100 mouated people, a whole me
nagerie r,f open dens, herd oi elephants,
cameli, buffalo, elk, ate. Be In town
early. " Secure good seat, m the parade
starts at 10 a m each day.
Card of Thank.
Beeert Walden and It. H, Hsndorvon wtsk to
aftrtll thank thalr frtanila hinMnnm.
bare thest la their trial! eanse by tb loss
. of Hoberu band. .
The council met in regular setion.
Mayor Busted, Clerk Goodwin and all
the councilmen present except Johns and
Bennett Minutes of last meeting read
and approved. The committee on finance
approved of the payment of tbe following
bills and an ordinance wm then passed
for payment ol tame:
WE Peirce, oil, Ac . 430 (15
S A Williams, night watch 47 60
J White, lighting lamps.. . . ....... 17 73
G D Foote, livery ..... 3 00
E Benedict, hand cuffs and pad lock 0 23
W H Serage, labor on streets SO 03
Material for same. ; 35 74
Material for side walks 16 05
Contracts were closed with Myers and
Whitehead for delivering atone at $2.50
per car load and with the Clarksfield Stone
company to fumish stone for ten cents per
square foot The street improvement
will commence where Maggyar street in
tersects South Main street and be laid to
the Bee Line crossing. Mayor Husted
turned into the treMnry $7.25. The trus
tees of the cemetery submitted their an
nual report which is as follows:
Wellington Cemetery la aee't with Trustee.
1868. Dr Cr
April 1, balance in bands trustees...... 454 19
By sale of lots, Wm Bblpman 0 00
" . " . IB Avery 4 00
" " Alio Baker.......... 00
" R H Henderson... 00
" Catbrine Hofterneyer J 00
M W Pranks......
H B Mason
M M Otllett
Hay 19, to paid John Long, labor....lfl 00
June 4, "
" 11, "
" , "
Nov. 10, "
W Wilbur, pamp, etc 5 89
Wm Holmes, clstern-. O 00
Jobn Long, Ubor......lJ 00
D J Battle' labor . 1 90
J W Wilbur, pomp, etc 88
Job a Long, labor. ja 00
" " " too
" " " 23 00
. . -Btaoc-..,...t4l4 ti
- . A. O. Cocca, .
. " ' . J.H.WlOMT,
There being nothing farther the council
Church Note and Announcement
M. E. Chubch.
A good audience assembled at the M. E.
church lat Friday evening to hear the
lecture delivered by Prof. E. T. Nelson, of
Delaware, on "Left (JTed People." The
lecture was exceedingly interesting and
instructive, and wm regarded by all who
beard It m one of the best Those who
did oot come because It was "a ten-cent"
lecture missed a good thing, a they will
do again, if they stay away from the next
Dr. J. O. Peck, Missionary Secretary of
the M E. church will aeak la Ihe M. E.
church at Wellington on Wednesday
evening, May 15. No admission fee will
be chargod and all are cordially Invited.
The Ministerial Association htt been
postponed to June 3-S.
Rev W C Dawson, at the M E church,
preached Sunday morning upon "Obliga
tion of Christian citizenship In tuttalnlag
sod enforcing civil law' from this text:
"Whoeoever therefore resiiteth the power
rttistPtb tbe ordinance ot God ; and they
that resist shall receive to themselves
For rulr are not a terror to good works,
bnt to tbe evil. Wilt thou then not be
afraid ol the poerr Do that which It
good and thon shall have praise of the
tme; Un be I the minister of Ood to tbee
lor good." Romans xlli, 34.
Tbe following Indicates the line of
thought: Civil government it a divine
ordinance. This Is an accepted proposl
tion, both by those' who accept the New
Testament doctrine ol divine authority and
by those who believe in the theory of so
cial evolution, that civil government is the
outgrowth of man' soclnl nature Im
planted to him byblicreator. While gov
eminent Itself is of divine origin it form
is not necessarily to. A the Christian I
a citizen of tome country and a subject of
tome government he bm certain obliga
tions growing out of this relation. These
obligations were recognized by Christ and
the apostle. First. Tbe Christian most
be obedient lo law. Only in tbe most ex
tern case I he justified in violating law,
Second. He must respect the dignity and
authority of the law of the state. The
minor offenses mutt not be treated lightly
and m of no account. Children In oor
families and schools mutt be taught re
spect and reverence for the law. . Third,
rao Christian citizen should have a broad
Intelligence concerning the laws of the
state in which he live. W are too much
Inclined to leave all knowledge oi the law
to those "who care for such things" and
remain in ignorance onrMlve. Fourth
It is also manifestly 'h duty of the Chris
tian citizen to aid in the enforcement of
the law. Our courts and our officiary con
stitute the machinery for tbe enforcement
of the law, but it Is the citizen's duty to
put the machinary in motion. It is tbe
duty of the good citizen to inform the
authorities if he knows of actual violation
of law and to aid In seeking the evidence
The good citizen will also sustain those
who undertake to enforce the law, and tbe
officials whoso duty it is to execute it
There woujd frequently be more rigid en
torceuient of tbe law if officers knew that
they were sure to be sustained by a united
citizenship. A Christian must be willing
to make sacrifice rather than to see the
law broken and defied. Tuese are the
steps that lead to a true patriotism, obedi
ence, reverence, Intelligence and a desire
to promote the efficiency ofthe law.
CRABTIiEE April Stb, to Mr.and Mrs. Thos.
Crabtree, a boy.
DAliOHERTY LIXDER. On Wednesday
evening. May l.mi, at tbe residence of tbe
brides' naroDta la Wdllnnton, Ohio, by Rv.
W. C. Dawson, Mr. Fred Daugherty and Miss
Ada C. Under, both of Wellington.
CLIFFORD At tbe residence ot htr dauhter
airs. Mortimer. Rogers, Monday morning,
May6tb,of old axe, Mrs. Hannah Clifford.
Funeral to-day at 10 o'clock, Rtv. Mather
Mr. L. Cook hap returned from a visit
Mrs. W. R. Wenn visited friends in
Fremont last week.
Mrs. I. Dimstock is a, the bed tide of a
sick sister in the East.
Miss Edith Comstock isvisitia? her
sister in Canton.
M Kunz returned from California Thurs
day. He is in quite feeble health.
Mr S D Terry, of Chicago, spent Tues
day with W B Vischer.
Miks Eva West, of Pltlsfleld, U teaching
in school district No. 7.
Mr. Lewis Arnold snd hi sister, Alice
Arnold, of Wakeman, called on friends in
town last Saturday.
Mrs. Mark AudnesH visited relatives
and tritnds in Medina last week.
Mr. Lee AIHb snd wife, late of Lodi,
are settled to housekeeping on Court and
avenue in Frank Vaughn' house. -
Mrs Jennie Barre, of Indianapolis, vis
ited friend In town over Sunday.
W. E. Peirce called on old friends in
MaJ. William returned from New Or-
lew Thursday morning and found order
awaiting him to return to Old Mexico and
thence to the silver mining districts In
Colorado. A little investigation is in
order Just now.
Wm Rlninger returned from New York
Saturday evening. He say Ihe proceed
ing at the centennial were Just Immense.
The counter In bit store are now heavily
laden with choice new good right from
Don't let anybody mislead you, tbe date
of all the 10 big shows combined ia at
Wellington, May 21. . The Juvenile Ro
man ulppodfotne connected with Jobn
Robinson't 10 big bowt, 4 ring circus and
8 menageries in one it a brand, new lea
tuie and given by 60 beautiful children
and 80 miniature ponies. Every conceiva
ble kind of a race Is given, consisting of 4
pooy chariot races, hurdle, Jockey, stand-
ng flt and free-lor-all races. Besides, to
give ze8ttotheentertalnmcntJ20noted mate
and female Jockeys and SO thoroughbred
Kentucky racers will ride the most daring
of steeple chases and chariot races, the
man against the horse race, the ponderous
elephant, camel, buffalo and elk races will
all help to amuse.
For the benefit of tbe Agricultural So
ciety will be held In the
Friilay EVfi, May 17,
From each of tb following plarr will
participate. Fremont, Clyde, Bftlhrae,
Monmeville, Norwalk and Wellington,
at which time a beautilul gold Itsxiip
properly Inscribed will be given to ewh
young lady and gnllenuu winning first
place and a silver badge to each taking
Sod place in Ihe contest. Prof. Derby, nt
Columbus, O., will act a Judge. - Ticked
will be placed on sale Monday, May 13. at
Adams' Drag Store. Adulation 85 cent.
Reserve! Seals 80 cent.
Our second Spring 8t-ck ol CariM-ta
just coming in and price 00c neat Ingrains.
LAunuon, wadecker Co.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Whea Batby waa lick, gT har Cxtorta.
Wbw ah wa a Child, aba arlcd for Caatorit,
Wfcoa she became If 1st, the oluag to Castoria,
When the bad Cblldm, abe gave tbeia Caatoria,
SPRING ARRIVALS. A full assort
ment of New Style slways on hand, and
all kinds of Straw Work neatly done at
the Millinery room of Mrs. S. Cody,
South Main street, Wellington, O.
LOOK HERE A gold watch and clear
tor fire cents at Gibson's office of the Pos
tal Telegraph Cable Co. In Horr, Warner
& Co. ' block.
trim nnraa'pu vi t.
having removed to J. W. Houghton's drug
store, west side Square, invites the ladle
to call and examine the very latest style
in usngt, waves, ana nair ornament.
Combiogs made to oiderand waves re
dressed. Your patronage is solicited.
Ensilage Corn at $1 per bushel at
Laundon, Windecker & Co.'.
It it a startling tact that this very hot
weather la very trying to the patience and
general nervou tystem ol the Indie who
work at tbeir daily housework and bu ni
nes men especially. Now one of tbe
very best remedies to use for a tonic this
weather is to be found at RJ liobiOMm'
at hi new store in tbe post-office and at
hit old rtand on Liberty street where all
the cooling drinks are found and ice cream
by the dish, quart or gallon.
08 cents burs a 14 foot hammock and 1
cent buy a folding fan at the Bazar Store.
Our new Chaliet irom 80 to 85c. Ex
cellent good value.
Laundon, Windecker & Co. -BAND
INSTRUMENTS Anv nersoa
wishing to purchase good inntrumentt
cheap slionld call oa or address Harry
Bennett, Wellington, O.
A laree stock of Parasol and Silk
Umbrellas at popular prices never were so
cheap. Laundon, Windecker A Co.
The best time to buy is now, the best
assortment and lowest prices will be found
at the Bazar Store.
For Dure appetizer milk shake no to
Hody Brussells Carpets 11. tl.10 and .
tl 33 per yard. The best In the market
for tbe price.
Laundon, Windecker s Co.
R J Robinson's Ice cream ia manntac-
tured by a man of thirty year actual ex
perience in me uusiness.
Go to the Bazar Store to buv a nam.
mock, Splendid Line, Imported Mexican
Cotton, Arrowanna and Hemp Hammocks.
E7iren;uora bdu xiuoks.
W. n. T0WK9K5O,
Next door to Foote't Livery Stable.
Dr. Holbronk it extracting teeth by the
new painless method at tbe regular price
25c. Teeth filled In the best manner with
out resorting to a gold band to hold tbe
filling in place. Dentists who can fill
teeth do not find that sort of work neces
sary. Ds. W. L. UoLBHOOa.
R J Rob'nson manufactures hi ice
cream from pure Uolstein cream and
New Carpet received this day. Best
quality Hartford and Lowell at fce.
Laondon, Windecker A Co.
Ice cream In bulk at R J Robinson'.
For ice cool lemonade call on J B Yer
milya. J B Varmllya keep on hand fresh can
dies anfl chMtnnla. iohMrn and Mrmr
also home-made taffy ; paper and envel
opes and shelvinr sinef in all enlora.
orange, lemon and banana.
Patronize the old and rIInhl firm nt R
J Robinson for Ice cream,
Come and see our stock of Seteena. 1
Pattern in a piece. No two pieces alike.
Laundon, Windecker & Co.
Pure milk shake at R J Robinson't.
We have now la stock a very laree lino
of Sateens of all qualities from 8c to 80c
Laundon, windecker ds Co.
For a nice clean dish of Ice cream al
ways go to R J Rnbinwn'i.
For good drink of Iron Phoohat call
on J B Vermllya in Ms new room.
FOR 8ALE CnEAP-Dooble sealed
family carriage, or will exchange for
young horse il sound and gentle. Inquire
ol E.Benedict . 10-23
FOR SALE A choice short born year
ling bull. Inquire of A. B. Haves Pen-
If you want a Cigar made of puie so.
lected leal tobacco amok tbe Mom Rnso
Cigar, sold at Owen Britton't Cigar and
Tobacco Store. Every cigar warranted
perfect or money refunded
Wellington, O., April 28, 1880.
Look out for the II A 8 meat wsgon
from Litchfield. It comes Tuesday and
Saturdays rain or shine.
DRESS MAKING I have opened a
dreM making shop at my home on Kelley
Street, where I shall be glad to welcome
all. First-class work at price to tuit tht)
time. Perfect fitting warranted.
Mr L. Ream.
The latest design of Baby Carriage
and aoid exceedingly cheap at
JJott d( BnacnoTXR'a.
WANTED All persons seeking the
best and cheapest plan of straight lift)
Insurance to call on R. N. Goodwin, agt.
Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beat them
all. Sold by druggists.
We have a nice lot of Baby Carriage at
very low prices. Call and m them.
A. O.tU.L Coccv.
Baby Carriage at A G. A G. L. Couch 'a,
If jou have neuralgia, old, tor thi.iat,
tc., use Pratt'i Family Llaiaent. gold
hy druggist. .
Try Pratt'i none Liniment Bur car)
for all blemishes. Sold by druggist. ..
A fir more heating ttov very cheao to
close out. W.E. Peirce. H
Baby Carriage! Baby Carriages.
A full Un of Child's Carriage can be
mr. u ft. U. I U. U. VAJUl I.
r-n 1 - i.J . . .
i-mi mi mrw iw nwner SPrtV OlShaa Si
crate ut In. W.E. Peirce. t
' J. M. Crabtree will pay tbe hlghtt
market priors tor live and dressed V
veal calves, dry and green bide and pelt
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ery. W. E. Pimcn.
The Nickel Plata Rertanrant '
HMbeen refitted and cleaned np and la
now ready for the reception 0f boarder
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I " " -uuiem, xmiecttooerr,
1 Tobacco, Cigar and Ice Cream a ipeclalty!
Meals at alf hour.. T. tJTrS"l'
' rollclted. Axuru Haw, Propr.