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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2G; 1689.
Stock complete. Larger, Better Assorted and with more Decid
ed Bargains than ever before.
LADIES' GRAND SHOES FOIv $200. LADIES PRINCESS SHOES FOR $2.50. SEE THEM
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
. State Convention to-day.
The Whitney Family Saturday.
Mechanic street la being stoned.
The 4th comes on Thursday this year.
This is the last Issue for the first half of
Excellent weather for the web-footes
tribe Just now.
.Rochester, Sullivan and Greenwich will
celebrate the 4th.
Our school folks will take a rest for the
coming three months.
There were nlnety-flve present at the
Alumni Annual Monday evening.
Indications are excellent for good crops
ot wheat and hay. Corn looks sickly.
One hundred and sixteen tickets were
sold for the excursion over the Bee Line.
The C. L. & W. Ry. has made another
reduction in salaries of employes ton per
Wellington was well represented at the
Oberlin commencement exercises this
Read up the new advertisements it you
want to strike bargains during the warm
Half fare on the railroads on the fourth.
All go and see your friends; boys dont
forget to take your best girl.
The shade trees on some of the streets
need trimming up a little to open an un
obstructed route tor the pedestrian.
The board of trade organized here some
weeks since to establish uniform billing
prices on cheese is now one of the things
of the past.
The Lorain County Sabbath Convention
will be held In Elyria, Saturday, June 29
and Sunday, June 80. A very Interesting
program has been ai ranged ior me oc
casion. In this Issue the story entitled "Lone
Hollow" will end. In our next will appear
the first chapter of one entitled "Luke
Mason" a thrilling and romantic story of
tie late civil war, by John R. Muslck.
Charles Tucker, eldest son of Henry R.
Tucker, formerly of this place, was killed
by being thrown from a train of cars
while In motion, In Akron last week.
Young Tucker had been In the employ of
the N. Y. P. 4 0. railroad for the past
four years. He was 19 yeais of age.
. The following officers were recently
elected for the 0. A. R. Batalllon for
Lorain County : Col. J. J. Thomas. Wel
lington Ohio; Lieut. Col. A. 0. Grlswold,
Elyria Ohio; Major, W. A. Chamberlln,
LaGrange Ohio; Adjt. J. P. ' Harmon,
Oberlin Ohio; fy. M. W. B. Smith, Lo
rain Ohio; Aide-de-camp, H.J. Cahoon,
Avon Ohio; Inspector, A E. Lord, Elyria,
June 10 the council ol the R. A. C.of this
place passed a resolution to appropriate
' toe turn or nrty aoiiars w aio ins juuns
i.iwn. Pa . sufferers. The same belnir tor.
warded to the Supreme Treasurer ot the
society at Westfleld, N. Y. June 15 a re
ceipt was received by the treasurer Wm.
Vlschrr thank inn the society for the
prompt response to the call lor aid in the
Subscription list corrected this wek.
Please see if proper credit Is given and on
the other band consult the date and see
If yon owe the printer anything and It so
try and seek his sanctum and square up,
while it Is fresh in your mind. Always
keep your credit green with the editor,
and when a mishap occurs, the notices
that will appear will bear marks of being
written np feelingly.
Republican caucus convened In Mayor's
court room Wednesday evening June 19.
The chairman of the township read the
call for the meeting which was to select
twelve persons as delesates to represent
the township at the coming county con
vention to be held at Elyria Saturday,
the following named pesrsons were then
chosen i R, A. Hon, J. W. Wilbur, F. D.
Warren, G.AVanCleef, E. L. Benedict,
Lucius Herrlck, GeoJL. Conch, E. C.
Branson, B. B. Warner, Homer Allyn, J.
A Chapman, and A E, Sheldon. The
County convention placed in nomination
for all the offices the present incumbents
and elected the following delegates to the
State Convention) W. A Braman, E. G.
Johnson, W. E. Cahoon, R, A Horr, Geo.
L. Couch, G. W. Shurtllff, P. L. Kessler,
A J. Fauver, C. J. Cole, J. B. Tunte.
Monday afternoon Rev. Father Deneny,
the presiding priest In charge of St Pat
rick's Church at this place, was Observed
to be in a demented condition. He wan
BOOTS JLlsTlD SHOES.
k tv ss a i
dered around town, visiting tbe lawyers,
doctors and magistrate, requesting them
to certify that he was in a sound state of
mind. The first physician visited granted
the certificate, but his condition was such
when he called upon the others that they
began to mistrust and, of course, declined.
Tbe authorities of the Church at Cleve
land were advised of the matter, and Rev.
Father Vahey and the secretary of the
Diocese came out Tuesday with a view of
taking him to Cleveland for treatment,
but he declined to accompany them. Tues
day night be stopped at Palmer's Cottage,
and Wednesday morning went down to
the church and refused to admit any one.
Father Vahey then turned him over to the
civil authorities and he was taken to Elyria,
accompanied by Marshal Williams and
ex-Marshal Hackett, for examination. It
is to be regretted that we are compelled to
report this, as father Deneny was looked
upon as being a gentleman of culture and
refinement, and commanded the entire re
spect of his Church and the people of
Wellington, and bis absence will be felt.
St. John's Day.
Some weeks ago tbe good people ol
Spencer decided to celebrate St. John's
day Monday, June the 24th and Invite the
neighboring Masonic lodges to be present,
therefore invitations were Issued to the
brethren at West Salem, Sullivan, Polk,
Lodl, Litchfield, Medina and Wellington
A part of the brethren from this place
went by train and tbe balance In private
conveyance. Accepting of the kind invit
ation of Mr. and Mrs. D L Wadsworth we
were soon on our way via the center of
Penfield. The day was beautiful and a
ride after a pair ot fine steeds a distance
of ten miles through a beautiful country
is one of the pleasant scenes In life that
will not soon be forgotten. On arriving at
the grounds which are situated in a grove
half a mile west of the center of the vll
llage, a large audience was In waiting.
The meeting was opened by prayer by
Rev. Mr. Castle, of Penfield, followed by
musio from tbe band and vocal music the
latter being led by B. F. Wells, ot Medina,
Introductory remarks by Rev. Mr. Snyder,
of Spencer. Tbe first speaker of the day,
Dr. Garver, of West Salem, was then In
troduced, his subject being "Modern
Masonry A brief reference was made to
the past, when a member of the fraternity
was classed as a dangerous person to even
reside in a civilized community, but he
was now glad to aay that all such super
stitious Ideas had passed Into oblivion,
and tbe fraternity was now looked upon
by a majority of the people as being an
auxiliary to the promotion of good
society and civil government, aside
from the many acts of charity
bestowed upon the widow and orphan.
Hon. D. L. Wadsworth, of Wellington.
was the next speaker Introduced, his
subject being "Ancient Masonry." The
speaker had evidently devoted quite an
amount of time In preparing bia address,
for to return to the daya of King Solomon
and give the history of the grand body In
the short period of forty minutes .required
no little study. Both speakers entered
into the full spirit of their subjects, and
were listened to with the closest attention
and each drew forth prolonged applause
at the close. Wm. Vlscher, of Wellington,
then favored tbe audience with one of his
beBt selections. Music from the bsnd and
the meeting adjourned.
Plenty to eat and bsskets full left
Tbe roads were rough via Huntington,
Timothy fell la the rear.
The ball game after the speeches at
tracted a large crowd of spectators.
Reported to be Too Much Married,
In our issue of June 5th appeared tbe
marriage notice of Mr. Andrew N. McD.
Murdock of Cleveland, to Miss Battle
Crabtree of Wellington. June 26 reports
reach us that the late groom has
two companions, one residing In St
Louis, Me., and, the other In Cleveland,
and turns out to be a gentleman for.
ger. Miss Crabtree made bis acquaint
ance last rail. A courtship ensued which
resulted In their union. Business men In
Pittsburgh, Cleveland and this place have
been victimized by traveling Murdock.
and no one knows bow many more. Wife
No. 8 Is looking him up with a view of
causing him to answer to the courts to the
chsrge of bigamy. The police are also
anxious to become acquainted with hit
whereabouts, while our own Miss Hattle
Crabtree was reported to be In Pittsburgh
a few days ago, and her father has gone
after her with the view of Inducing her to
return borne. This bit ot news reached
us just as we were golsg to press, and
more particulars may be expected In our
When you feel bad with headahce, take
Kblnebarts Liver fills ; one a dose.
m m ta sa ma m
Mrs. Bradley, nee Williams, of Chicago,
nis., is at home visiting her parents and
Mj. W. H. Williams left for Washing
ton, D.C., Monday.
L. H. Wadsworth of Greenwich was In
Dr. T. M. McClarin Is able to enjoy the
fresh air dally by riding after his fast
J. G. McMillan, Principal of the public
schools at North Fairfield, 0., visited
friends in town Saturday.
Delegates from the I. 0. 0. F. here will
attend the district convention past grand
meeting at North Amherst to-day.
Col. Couch and Hon. R. A. Horr, are
In Columbus attending the convention.
Cort Horr of Philadelphia, Pa., is vis
iting his parents.
J. A. Finch of Burlingarae, Kansas is
visiting old friends in town.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Cadwell of Cleve
land were In town this week.
Mrs. H. B. Hamlin of Wadena, Minn.,
is at her father's, Hon. R. A. Horr.
Miss Grsce Black and Miss Nellie
Fisher, of Cleveland, are the guests of
Miss Nellie Couch.
Miss Allle and Mr. Chas. Ogden of
Knoxvllle, Tenn., are visiting their old
Mr. Charles Peck am of New York vis
ited at R. P. Baldwin's last week.
Mrs. II. 0. Barber and Miss Hattle
Howk left for Meadville, Pa.,.Tuesday, to
be absent several weeks.
Mrs.C. H. Black, of 7 Grlswold St.,
Cleveland, attended commencement exer
cises. Mrs. Dr. Leland was the guest of Mrs.
J. P. Eidt last week.
Dr. Bert Carter and wife of . Akron are
In town. Tbe Dr. is a member of the
High School Alumni.
Miss. Lettle Bennett, ot Warren and
Mrs. Loo Noble of Cleveland, are at their
father's, Mr. C. 0. Bennett
Mrs. Mable Booth nee Babcock is the
guest of Mrs. C. M. Whiten.
Arthur E. Smith and wife of Pittsburg
are at Dr. J. W. Smith's.
Mrs. Brad ner of New York formerly
Mra. A S. Taylor of Huntington la visit
ing old friends and neighbors.
a m -
Note from Other Towns.
The $50.00 subscription of August
Straus turned the corner on the last $10,-
000 of the Falrchild endowment funds.
The vMlsge of Lorain has voted to
issue bonds to the amount of $15,000 for
the extension and Improvement of the
water works of that place We learn
from real estate men that the demand for
houses to rent is unusually active for this
season of tbe year, and that the supply Is
about equal to the demand. It this is tbe
case so near tbe close of the college year,
we may reasonably conclude that we
shall have a full town alter the vacation
la over For several years put tbe
streets of Oberlin have been torn up
about commencement time on account of
improvements in progress. This year is
no exception. The laying of the gas main
on South Msin and College street, and
the grading and paving on Professor, pre
sent conspicuous examples of tbe prog,
ressof Improvements. Strangers cannot
say that the town has a finished appear
ance A beach log, tbe remnant ol an
old corduroy road, was struck on South
Main street by tbe workmen In laying the
gas main. Much of It was as good as new
although It bad Iain there fifty years.. . .
The Obeilln Review, which for sixteen
years has beta Issued each alternate
week during the college session, will,
with tbe beginning of the next college
year, be Issued weekly. The Review has
been edited during the past year by F. A
Hazeltine of Warren, Ps a member ol
of the class of '89. Mr. W. H. Wilson ot
Bradford, Pa., hu been elected by the
college societies to the position of Editor
In Chief for the coming year. Mr. Haz
eltine has shown excellent capacity for
newspaper work. N. Huckins, of the
firm of Carter Huckins, has rented the
residence of Mrs. Mary Jewett, No. 18
East Lorain street, and will remove his
family from Wellington to this place
about August 1st.
. Advartlud ItUr.
The followlna- la a Hat of snelalmaA lauara m
saalnlng la ths poitofflcs at Wtlllnglon, Ohio,
Jane IT, "89.
Hiss Maud Boose, Mr. Wm. GafflaM,
Mr. L. 8. Cogswell, Mrs. Jotaan Martin,
M. P. Snowdan.
Persons ealllm tor ths above letters Dlsaaa
Clio. 0. Bum, P, M.
sav v a.
Resolutions In memory of Comrade Michael
Whisiis. It has pleased Almighty God to
remove tram oar midst and Comradihlp our
Comrade, Michael Kuni, therefore be It
Besolved, That In the death ot Comrade
Rons this Post and tbe a. A. R., hare lost a
member who was sincerely devoted to the or
der, and a Comrade who ever stood ready to
assist a comrade In need. That comrade Kuni
exemplified his devotion to his country by
the wounds which he received In defense of
her flag. That we mourn the loss of a true and
brave defender ot our country In her hour of
peril, and that we tender our sympathy to his
wife and friends In this their hour of bereave
ment and sorrow.
Resolved. That this tribute to the memory
of our departed comrade, be placed upon the
records of this Post, and that a copy ot the
same be furnished his bereaved family.
J. W.Wilbur J- COMMITTEE.
Whereas, Lorain Lodge No. ail. 0.0. P.,
baa lost by death one of Its oldest and most
faithful members, brother N. B. Rock wood,
who departed this life May 29th, 1889, la the
72d year ot his age. Therefore
I Resolved, That it Is with profound sor
row that we chronicle the death of our kind
friend and brother who became a member by
Inltlatlon-of Lorain Lodge No. 2B1 of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Dec. 30th,
1857, and has labored constantly 32 years for
tbe upbuilding of the order. lie Joined the
order at a period when popular opinion con
demned lis existence, when the billows of
prejudice dashed asalmt it. h.n
men were shunned, despised and threatened
with banishment from church and society, yet
this brother, true to hla ennalntlnna that tha
order was one of tbe beat of all human agen
cies u mi up humanity and bless It. lived to
see from the once little band of co-workers
not exceeding 15 In numbers to tlm nraaant
grand membership In our own lodge of 110 and
In the sute 55.0UO. in the United States TOO,
000. In the world aoo.ooo than an
other organization-bound together by the
myiuc lies ei brotherly love. Residing four
and one-half miles from bis lodge ha never
permitted anything to Interfere with his at-
tcuuini wen ana every meeting, exoept sick
ness or some Unavoidable In.iimatani.a nra.
vented. 16 years he occupied tbe position of
Warden and It Is said that ha never missed a
session during that time. Let as cherish his
memory sad emulate bis noble example.
II Resolved, That we hereby tender our
heartfelt sympathy and condolence to bis be-resvad-famlfr.
Ill Reiolved, That a caor of thea. men
tions be sent to his f ami It. a son innait ....
oar ncords and a copy published in the Wel
J. J. Thomas 1
A. B. Lambert I -
Wilbur V COMMITTEE.
THE WHITNEY FAMILY.
This celebrated show will Ditch lia
mammoth tent In Wellington, Saturday
June 29. Performances both afWmvin
and evening. The show has been greatly
enlarged and improved since its last vlsh
hsre, and now comprises a museum, men-
agene, arenio and stage exhibitions, all
under two big tenU for one price of ad
mission. A graod spectacular street
parade will take place at noon. The
Wbltoeys have always given a good show
but the many added features, sensational
sets and radical improvements of the
present season makes It tbe most Interest.
log snd atractlve tented exhibition now
traveling. One 25c ticket admits to sll.
Don't forget the dale, Saturday June 20th,
Afternoon and evening.
"fhlsDowderaerar varies. A marral of parity,
strength and wholeaomaQMS. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be aold In
competltloa wltb the amltitoda of low teat, short
weight, alom or phoaphale powders. Sold only la
cam. Royal Baking Powder Co., 10S Wall St.
W. t L. E. Excursion July 8rd & 4th
On tbe occasion of our Nstlonal . Holl.
day, July 4th, 18B0, the Wheeling and
LskCLrle Hallway will sell excursion
tickets from all stations to all stations at
Half Hates, July 8rd and 4tb, with limit
for return passage up to and Including
July 5th, 1880,
1 la tbe Court of Com
f moa Pleas.
Clarlnda Lummls, Plaintiff
atrial n iifc
A. Lummls. Def
PETittom vnn. nrvoBnu
The defendant la hnrahe nntlllAil that tha
plaintiff above named, has tiled In tbe office
ui we uerK oi me uourt, her Petition for Di
vorce. She oharges the defendant with gross
neglect ot duty and being willfully absent from
her for more than three years last past. Said
charge will be tor bearing at tbe next term of
said Court which will he bolden at the Court
House In Elyria on ths 3d dav of November
By J. T. Haskell,
28-31 Atty. fop Petitioner.
Notice of Appointment,
Estate of Norman B. Rockwood, deceased.
The Underalflrned hai bean annnlntArf anrf
qualified as Executor of the estate ot Norman
B. Rockwood late of Pittsneld. Lorain Countv.
M. B. ROCKWOOD.
Bated this 6th day of June, A. I)., 1889.
Estate of Frank E. Miner, deceased.
The undersigned haa been annolnfeil and
qualified as Executor ot the will of Frank E.
Miner late of Wellington. Lorain Countv. 0..
A. E. SHELDON.
Dated this 28th Day of May, A. D.. 1889.
Notice of Appointment.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed and qualified as the
executrix of the last will and testament of
Michael Kunr, deceased, late of Wellington.
Lorain county, Ohio. 26-28
Dated this 15th day of June, A. D-. 1889.
Bee Line Excurnionn.
Tbe general Excursion arrangement on
the C. C. C. & I. Ry., for July 4th, 1889, to
and from all stations, is as follows:
All persons presenting Full Fare One
Way Local Tickets purchased and dated
July 3d or 4th, will be permitted to return
on the same, without extra charge, until
the 5th inclusive. For full Information
as to time of trains, etc., call on W. H.
Fisher, Agent, Wellington, Ohio.
At the urgent request of quite a number
of regular patrons, tbe Bee Line and Big
Four will arrange for one of their popular
personally conducted Excursions to Kan
sas, Colorado, Salt Lake, Rocky Mountains
and Pacific Coast, under tbe management
of tbe experienced excursion agent, Mr.
D. Jay Collver. In order to accommodate
all and give ample time to prepare for a
visit to the far west, Tuesday, July 23rd,
has been selected as tbe date leaving
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton,
Springfield and Indianapolis. Bee Line
agents at each point named, will be pro
vided with instructions and can giye lull
Information tegardlog ratea, routes, etc.
Address them or
D. JAY COLLVER,
Bee Line Pass. Ag't,
173 Superior St., Cleveland, 0.
Note. Aak any ot our former patrons,
bow the Bee Line takes csre of their ex
cursionist. BUSINESS LOCALS.
ATTENTION COLLAR SWEATERS:
You can get two Celluloid Collate any
style yon desire for 25 cents, at Fltche's
Mew aork Clothing bouse, next to Otter
Ladle's Fine Duncola Shoes 1 1.99 wonh
ft75. Ladle's Kid slip per a 50 cents,
worth bO cent. Men's Congress shoes
3.00, worth $3.00. Good Fine Brown
Muslin 5' centa worth ? rents, at the
cueap store of wra. Himngr. 25 8
WANTED Boy 15 or 10 years old to
work on a farm. Enquire of J. Gannett,
Wellington, unio. 2-Jif
For pure ice-cream go to J. B. Vermllya
A fine Gold Hunting case American
watcn ana Oct cigar tor a nickel at E. T.
For pure ice-cream that will recommend
itself call on J. a, Vermilya.
Why do tbey all like J. B. Vermilya's
Ice-cream t because he uses nothing but
BREAD I BREAD! I BREAD! II
On snd alter this dute tbe public can
be supplied wltb bread from tbe Clcve
land Baking Company at our store. 1
will be recieved daily by express and I he-
people rso be assured of gi itlng just wlmi
they call fur and that Is fresh breai' m-ini
fnciured from the best brand ot Hour awl
pure jeast IJowi.bt Haix..
Potato Bugs, Currant Wninis, Cablmgi'
Worms, &c-., aie quickly ilealroynl 'y
using "ilamniotid'a Mug Shot." Ii mtlio
cheapest and moateliectuiil articli known;
used with safety to man and beast lor tu
yesrs. Sold by
20 tf LaundoB, Wimlet-ker & ( i.
Tbe nlceat Ice-cream parlors In town Me
at J. B. Vermilya's
SPRING ARRIVALS. A fell n,t,
ment of New Styles al h at s un band, H' ri
all kinds of Straw Work m-atly d.ii at
the Millinery rooms of Mra. S. Cad v.
South Main street, Wellington, O.
R N Goodwin Is still writing npcjcloue
Insurance policies daily. Now if you want
your property paid for when It Is damaged
by cyclones please call and see him.
WATCH ITI A gold wstch snd cigar
lor dye cents at Gibson's office of the Pos
tal Telegraph Cable Co. In Horr, Warner
ft Co. 'a block.
If you wants Cigar made of puie se
lected lest tobacco amoke tbe Moss Rose
Cigar, aold at Owen Britton's Cigar and
Tobacco Store. Every cigar warranted
perfect or money refunded.
Wellington, O., April 20, 1889.
The latest designs of Baby Carriages
and sold exceedingly cheap at
liOYT & BkNSCHOTEH'S.
The State of Ohio
Lorain Countv. S.R
Store. Two Prizes for the Bovb.
WANTED All nannni aaolrln. hai
best and cheapest plan of straight life
insurance to call on R. N. Goodwin, agt.
Pratt's Rhniimatlft T.I
all. Sold by droiririfits.
We hftVA A nlrrt In tf RoKt rnvinnM t
very low prices. Call and see them.
a. u. . L. Cocon.
J. M. CrahtrAa Will nan It.. l.lV -
market Dricea for liv
w "V vs. voirou UUU
veal calyes, dry snd green bides and pelts.
The Nickel Plate Restaurant
Haa been refitted and cleaned up and Is
now ready for the reception of boarders
i.!' .ft ConfecUonery,
vruotw. vikcmb turn ice t.TAftm a tiruk.Maltis
i. . j"1 hoar8' Your Patronage V
"That the Northwestern Mutual Life Ie-
wmyaiiy is ine oest com nan v la
exis'ence." R. N. Goodwin. At
Baby Carriages! Baby Carriages.
A full line of Child'. ... t..
seen at A. G. & G. L. Couch's
Baby Carriages at A. G. & G. L. Couch's
If VOU hav nmir.lofa .1 .
etc., use Pratt's Family Lluiment. Sold
All Sizes; Fire-works, A Great
Variety; the place to find them,
the Bazar Store, next TiWitv. t,;
1 VW o AJAf-
WANTED. Ona nr turn vnnni tHiam
from 10tol4yearsof age to educate by two
German and Amerlr-an In.li
ot music and Languages taught Terms
oaswuauio. ix-si ijeve.anu and Boston
references. Address for particulars, P. O
box No. 53, Cleveland, 0. 24 81
Free Hand Crsyort Portrait work a
Mbs. M. L. Marshall,
i t Wellington, Ohio.
Residence on N. Main St.
I have ItiRt rpAlvad a nii.nin rr 1
coal and am ready to receive and fill
orders at lowest possible summer prices.
Secure your coal while prices are low and
" uiouey. inn 1 gtnxmr.
The Best Slack will K
the Bazar Store.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L. BUSH 8c CO
Would reaDMtfnll an
of Wellington that they are now on deck, and
rcyarou tv ums oranra ior all Kinds of
art and soft coal which th aiin aii
cash at the lowest llrlna prices. A share of
M L. BUSH k CO.
Dr. H. E. Warren,
Office and residence In Postofflce build
ing. Calla answered at all hcuri in city
- Offio. Howra 2 t 5 p. m.
Half rates on tbe W. 4LE. for vnnnu
Round trip tickets to Lakeside and
Put-ln-bsy at reduced rates via Sandusky
snd boat. For sale by W. A L. E. Ry.
'"iui(ii m,mu JJUrujer, UOOQV
Sarsaparilla, is having a tremendous sate
this season. Nearly everybody takes it.
Try It yourself.
What you need is a medicine tbat Is-
miM afflnlM. . . 1 1 .. 1 . 1 o...v 1 it t ,
NaruAtiarllla 1, 1 r
Go to the Bazar Store to buy Fire
works. The Largest Assortment,
urwa, ataiu VUCS), ! T oil, in
deed, just go and price them. Two
Prizes for the Boys. Baser Store,
next Foot's Livery Stable.
J. J. THOMAS,
atanufacturtr Of And Dealer la
Monuments & Tombstones,
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
wllljrecelvo prompt attention i,t prices to
suit Hie times. (20
LOST. A while and lemon colored
Setier bird dog with lumber collar on.
Last aeu in north-east If ui.tir.gton. Any
one returning same will he rewarded.
2U E. T. KOBINSON. .
in 1 1.1 hit a Titrnmn
a asu 1v1.arv.1vxj i a
Smi'ttKNTs fok Wees Ending Jaue 20
Cheettf 0,416 pkirs., weighing 104,333 lbs
Ilntlur 2H4 tubs, weighing 17,040 lbs
Ymititf Aniericn 7
,'niimj A ., ........,, , Y
Butter, dniry, per tt....iQ. 8 3 0.13
Chlckuiie,dresst'd,perlb. 0.07 0.09
Ham, smoked, per ... 0.08 0.10
Tallow, per n. 0.08
1 1 idea, pur 1t 0.08 0.C4
R- mid Steak
, Hurloln 14
(SMnuliler Steak jo
'ew Potatoes, per bo .,25
Apples, dried, in quart
ers and cored, per lb 0.03 ....
Apples, sliced ... 02 0 00
Wool 215 85
Graln.Klnnp ami t?a.a.t
Flour, per sack (40 lbs). . 1 1 . 30 t 1
Graliam flour, per cwt.. 3.00
Corn meal, per cwt.... t.00 0.&
Chopper cwt, 1.00 1.00
Middlings, per cwt 0.00 0 8?
Bran, per cwt 0.70 0.80
Oil Meal, per cwt l.0 1.45
! Corn.ahelled, per bush. 0.00 0.45
Corn, in ear, per bush. 1 0.00 0.85
Wheat ... 0 Oil n hu
Oats ser bus.. ...... 0.23 0.25