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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 9
5:-
SCHOOL SHOES. SCHOOL SHOES.
Get the Boys and Girls Beady.
FALL STYLES NOW OPEN.
SEE THEM AT
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
A heavy frost visited us Monday night.
Stove dealers are having a rush in trade.
-
Bead the report of the First National
Bank.
Our weather prophet predicts a cold
winter.
Our local detective torce ii very weak
Just now. .
Mr. 8. K. Laundon is still confined to
his home.
The hotels have been doing a fine trade
this season.
before eight o'clock. Quite a number
went at the usual hour, balf-past seven
o'clock, and returned home supposing
that there was to be no performance.
When the gas failed before it was when
Rhea was on the stago at the opening,
May 8rd, 1888.
PERSONALS.
W. II. Townsend spent Sunday in town.
Mrs.' H. Wldemnn has gone to Van
Wert, 0.
Miss Nelle Couch Is visiting friends In
Cleveland.
Mr. end Mrs. Fred Allyn have returned
from Iowa.
A lurge crowd of people were here on
reunion day.
Milk shake and ice cream signs should
be taken down.
Barrett and Walte have a bran new
sign. It la a dandy.
Winter wraps have not felt burdensome
for the past two weeks.
Not one band of Gypsies has put in an
appearance here this fall.
Matrimonial record Is extremely light
for this season of the year.
The fox squirrel la reported to be
quite plentiful in the forest
The strength of the mirrors is being
tested at the millinery shops.
Dr. Holbrook has decided to settle InN
Plymouth, Instead of Norwalk.
Go and Lear General Sheridan at the
opera house Saturday evening,
Thanks to J. L. Chapman for a bushel
of fine Late Beauty of Hebron patatoes.
The hack driven have more time to
rest since the Bee Line has changed time,
All of the leading railway lines are con.
denting their train service for. the winter.
. Teachers' examination' will be held in
the Union school building Saturday, Octo
ber 26th.
Flirt snow tell Monday morning, Oct 7,
This time we have a snow storm before
the frosC . '
Inspect the bulletin boards carefully If
yon desire to attend a first class enter
tainment. ' The tare well base ball game lor the sea
son was played here Saturday, Welling
ton vs. New London.
Our people have been well supplied
wib papers from Georgia, since the return
( ot our distlngnlsed visitors.
. Rev- Mr. Furgerson of Plymouth, will
fill tho pulpit at the Congregational
Church next Sunday morning.
. In many parts of the ittte the boys are
gathering muscle shells in the streams,
with the expectation oi finding pearls In
them.
- Bunaay, Dept. vna, was was tae mm
Sunday In thirty years that Mr. Hiram
Welch, of this place, tailed to attend
church.
During the rainy season last fall the
town suffered a wood famine; this year
the coal-blns and wood-shed were filled to
the br(m by October 1st
' Mr. C..W. Horr was the recipient of
box containing samples , of the delicious
fruit from Col. Thos. E. Blackshear, of
Thorn asville Georgia, last week.
The Bee Llie Company have decided
that it would be better for the general
good health of our people not to take an
outing over their line In the afternoon,
Our Republican commercial travelers
should remember that the tall election
will be held ou Tuesday, November 5th
Democrats and Prohibitionists are re
quested not to read this.
The town of Wellington Is or no more
importance to the Bee Line company than
towns of half the population and which
' transacts not to exceed one quarter of the
business, to fat u passenger train accom
modations are concerned.
Ground was broken last week on what
' It known as the Klngsly lot. adjscent to
Hoyt & Benschoten's furniture store, by
C. H, Horton, for the purpose ol erecting
a two-story brick building 78x33, with
business room below and residence above.
8. F. Black secured the contract.
A change In the running time of the
trains on the Bee Line took plack Sunday,
October 6th. Sea corrected time table on
first psge. By the change the people have
. no opportunity of going east after 9:38 In
the morning until 8 0 in the evening, ex
cet they take passage on the local freight
. east at 1:43. w .
The gas failed to work In the opera
house Saturday evening, until a quarter
D. L. Wadsworth has gone to Hornclls
yille, N. Y.
John Sheldon left for Wbito City, Kan..
Tuesday afternoon.
A. E. Starr of McComb, 0., Is visiting
friends in Wellington and Penfleld.
Mr. Frank Cook from Sandusky was
here visiting his mother, Mrs. L. Cook.
Clare Williams, son of MaJ. W. II. Wil
liams, has gone to Chicago to remain for a
time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barker, of Green
wich, vlBited their daughter, Mrs. J. B,
Smith, over Sunday.
Wm. Vlscher and wife, with their in
vited guest, G, D. Foote and wife are in
Washington this week attending the tri
ennial encampment ot Knights Templar's
o( the U. 8. They are with the Oriental
Commandery of Cleveland.
Mrs. F. L. Falrchlld of Mt. Vernon
called on friends In Wellington, in passing
through last Thursday.
A. B. Hayes of Penfleld has been here
taking care of bis broth '.'-In-law, Dr. J
W. Houghton, who Is still very weak and
confined to bis bed.
The Soldiers of the 14th Congressional
District hold their First Rennlon
at Wellington. 60 Veter
ans in Line of March.
Thursday Oct. 3rd was the day set apart
by the soldiers oi the 14th congressional
district to hold their first reunion. Previ
ous to 1889 the only general meetings of
local interest was the county associations
and regimental reunions, but this year an
additional local organization was es
tablished In the' congressional districts in
the state. On account of the meeting
being appointed for this place and it being
the first one, an unusual amount oi work
was thrown upon the members of Hamlin
Post, but they selected men lor com
mittee-men that were equal to the
emergency and everything passed off like
clockwork,
Thursday morning the business houses
were all dressed in flags and bunting, pre
senting a beautiful appearance. The Sons
of Veterans were in line ready to meet the
arrivals from the morning trains; also the
officers and the committee ot the G. A. R.
and W. R. C. were in waiting at the depots
to extend a hand ot welcome. The fore
noon was spent in receiving, greeting
the old comrades and escorting them to
head quarters to carry out the prpsrnmme
I trust you will enjor to 'the atment this
first brigade reunion ot the Grand Army ot the
14th district.
The opera bouse was filled to over-flow.
log,' both afternoon and evening. The
exercises In the evening were scarcely
complete without the Kimberly Trio, but
they were detained and could not come
and all accepted of the situation and a
royal good time prevailed with what
material was present. The W. R. C.
represenatlves were present from the fol
lowing named corps, Norwalk, Elyj.a,
Oberlin, Bellevue, Lorain, New Lone on,
Milan, Townsend, Bteubin, La Grange
and Avon. Eighty-one registered at nhe
reception room. The following persons
were elected as officers ef the district
society, Mrs. Gertrude B. Williams of
Norwalk department, Chaplin of Ohio,
presiding at ihe meeting. Mrs. 8. Alice
Bargns, pf Collins, president, Mrs. Joseph
ine D. Wolverton, of Norwalk, vice-presi
dent, Mrs. Susie'A. C. Warden, of Avon,
Treasurer.
In the evening the meeting was con
ducted on the plan of a conference meet
ing, a number were called upon to give
their expeiience in army life. Dan White
of New London always has experiences to
relate which are very interesting. Dan
makes them laugh. A majority ol the
Posts In 'the district were represented.
The largest representation from any one
post was from Elyria. At half-past nine
revolver bchg found by his side with one
chamber empty. The alarm was given
and a messenger was Bent for E. E.
Husted, Justice of the Peace, to bold an
inquest. The Justice repaired to the spot f ,
and decided that an Inquest was not I
necessary as eyerythlng Went to show that
the act was premeditated, The body was
removed to his late residence to be pre
pared for burial. The deceased was born
In Montvllle, Medina Co. 0., Feb. 22, 1834.
He married Miss Mary Warner oi Pen-
field, who departed this life June 14, 1889.
Three children, viz.. Burton, Orrla and
Fanny, now Mrs. G. B. Yocum, survive
them. They had resided on a farm
owned by Mr. Homer Allyn (or the past
five years. It Is now suid (hat Mr. Gates
had been sufTorlog mentally eyer since he
lost his companion and his death by
suicide was not unexpected. (lis funeral
was held at two o'clock Monday afternoon,
Oct., 7 at his late residence, Rev. S. D.
Gammell officiating and his remains were
Interred by the side of his wife in the
south cemetery, followed by a large con
course of people.
Obituary.
Died, In Brooklyn, N. Y., after a saj and
suffering Hie, Miss Annie Ogden, eldest
daughter of Mr. James Ogden, formerly
fit this place, who was for many years
with Baldwin, Laundon & Co., now living
In Knoxville, Tenn. After the death of
her mother Annie went to England, hop
ing she might have a chance of recovery
from the asthma to which, all her lite, she
had been a victim. She found, after stay.
a year and a ball, that the winters were
too damp, and returned lo N.Y. quite lick.
She then went into St. John's hospital for
treatment, where she remained some two
years as a patient. Then she oined the
society called the Sisters ot Charity under
the auspices of the Episcopal church.
This society consists of young ladies who,
through sympathy for the sick and
afflicted, give their time without remuner
ation. This she did, and it wss one of the
brightest spots in her life. She died ot
pneumonia, after a very shot t Illness.
mm
iROYALFiSflfjl
Absolutely Pure.
Thispowdernner vanee. A marvel of parity.
tKDgth nd wholeaomeneea . Mora economical
than the ordinary sinaa, and cannot oe tola in
competition Willi the multitude of low teat, ahurt
weight, alum orphoaphate powdera. Sold only In
cam. Kojal Baktug Powder Co., 104 Wall it.
N.Y.
Legal Notice,
Edward 0. Moon, whose place of residence
Is unknown, will take notice that on the 16tfi
day of Hrptwnlx-r, A-1). ISM, the uudarslgiird
Hied her petition In the court of common,
plea of Lorain county, Ohio, praying lor di
vorce from laid Kilward D. Moon on the
tround of willful absence and groae neglect of
duty, and for alimony and ouatody of c
and other equitable relief. Kept. It). 11.
for the afternoon. It has been said that
Mrs. W. W. Ross, who has been assist- no one but a soldier knows how to shake
lng In the care of her sick brother, J. W. hands, and alter witnessing the meeting
Houghton, returned to her home In Fro- that day, the writer was lully convinced
mont, yesterday. Prof. Ross spent a day of the fact An individual who has
and night here last week.
E. West and wllo recently returned
nerve enough to leave home with all its
comforts and voluntarily enlist for war,
exhibits an unusual amount ot nerve, and
the lelatlons formed while in camp and
on th( march are such that are not easily
forgotten. '
At half-past one o'clock the line of
march was begun to be formed on the
W. E. Whitney left for the West Tuee- MUW.e ind in front of the Opera House
day evening. I aD(i at balf-past two the order was given
Mrs. A. K. Hand left for California to "Forward, March," which continued
Tuesday. "I east on Mechanic street to Courtland Ave-
Un A ffitir-h and nr arm. H. E. Wilcox, nuo, then south to the school ground,
left for Chorion, Michigan, Tuesday, to "here the grand review took place.
from Lansing. Mich., where they have
been to visit relatives, and also attended a
Golden Wedding, going by the way of
Detroit and spending a little time at the
Exposition in that city.
attend the funeral of her brother, T. M.
Foote.
Frank Clifford and son Paul returned
last week from the two large International
Fairs, at Buffalo and Detroit, where they
won more than half oi the premiums
offered on Berkshire, and made some
good soles.
Mrs. Lock left for California Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith left for
Mnrray, Utah, Tuesday evening to spend
the winter.
0.
L Pyke was on hand and photographed
the brigade while In line; at three o'clock
they returned to the opera house where
the exercises were carried out according
to the program.
PROGRAM.
Col. S. K. Donavln, of Delaware, will
deliver his eloquent lecture on John
Brown, His Raid, His Capture, His Trial
and His Execution, Fridsy evening, Oct
11th, under the auspices of Col. W. F. Her-
o'clock the exercises closed, all feeling rick Camp, Bons of Vctersns.
good and a general good-bye hand shake Col, Donavln was an eye witness of the
was Indulged in, and the boys in bine took stirring events ot that time. He saw the
the eyening trains and private conveyances attack and the captuie. Was present and
for their several homes.
Vatarsna ha Hamlin PnaC No. SIB.
Reception of Membera of the W. K. 0. by Ham.
no. v
Amusements. .
S. Draper's troupe appeared at the Opera
House Saturday evening and favored the
audience with that old time play, Uncle
Tom's Cabin. Every member appeared lo
be perfectly at home, therefore their
several parts were played to satisfy the
most exacting. The quartette ot Magnolia Reiponae.,
MORNING.
Reception of County Battalion and Sons of
aw.
II n Corps
AFTERNOON.
12:Otol:30-Meetlngof Woman's Relief Corps
la UdO tenowt' uan.
1:S0-BRIQADE PARADE AND REVIBW.
oidib or rouunoa:: . . .
orate County Battalion cn the Right. .
laalaad Counif Battalion on the Left.
Richland County Battalion on the Right
venter.
Huron flnnntv Battalion on the Left Center.
Bona ot Veterans will form on left of Brigade
and take part in the Keview.
3:09 gxsacisa is TBI oria rocs.
MUIIO....V. ....... r.
Prayer..Brlgado Chaplain. Rev. Horace Plaoe
Council Proceedings.
Council met in regular session Monday
evening. Mayor Husted, Clerk Goodwin,
and sll of the councllmen except Vlscher
and Bennett ; minutes of previous meeting
read and approved. The following bills
were reported, favorably upon, and an or
dinance passed fer the payment of same.
E. E. Busted, salary $ 25 00
R. N. Goodwin, salary and postage 23 60
J. White, lighting lamps 18 00
Robert Clark & Co., book 3 50
W.E.Peirce,Oil,elc ... 22 50
C. Williams, mowing park 3 73
C, W. Horr, water for cisterns. ... 4 50
Clarksfleld Stone Co 223 50
W. H. Serage, repairing lockup. . 3 02
S. A. Williams 45 40
W.H. Serage, labor on streets.... 00 20
Material for same 12 50
Labor on walks 30 04
Material lor same. . . . 21 64
Labor, laying stone 15 20
The usual number was ordered to repair
and build sidewalks. C. H. Horton ap
peared and requested that the sewer from
the American House, crossing to the
Eingsle; lot, now owned by him, be re
moved. Referred to committee on streets.
The Mayor turned Into the treasury tour
dollars and fifty cents as fines and licenses
collected. There being nothing further
the meeting adjourned..
reported the trial and accompanied John
Brown to the field of execution.
His lecture is lull of tragic and dramatic
incidents, and many of the facts which be
will relate have never been told before.
He has met with great success and all
are unanimous .in praising him. The
press pronounce it a lecture ot wonderful
power and eloquence.
Announcements forthe Opera House:
Krai.Li M. Mooa.
By E.O. Johnson, Plalntltf'a Attorney. M-O
BUSINESS LOCALS.
NOTICE. .
Persons desiring my sen ices will find
me in tbe telphone exchange room. A
full line of slock constantly on hand la
the show window of Dr. J. YY. Houghton's
Drug store. Miss Ina Arnold,
G. A. R.-Attention I
Come to the Or era House Friday even
ing, October 11.
For Sale.
Oofxl conl stove, pretty pattern, am!
used but three winters, Burns either soft
or bard cnal. Cheap for cash. Enquire
of R, U. Klnnlson.
NEW MILLINERY.
Mrs. Wright will be at the Palmer Cot
tage on Tuesdays and Wednesdays of
each week, during the season commencing
Oct 15 and 10 with lull line of fashion,
able millinery. She will be pleased to see
all the ladies ot Wellington snd vicinity
Prices the very loweot
Lamps! Lamps 1 Lamps!
We have Just received a large line of
vase and hanging lamps.
LaDNDON, WlJiDKCKKR CO.
FOR SALE.
Twe good base burner stoves for sale,
very cheap. One nearly new. Enquire
at J. 8. Mallory a Co-., store.
Look at those center draught vase lamps
at Laurdow, Windeckkb & CO's.
If troubled
takel
troubled with giddiness or dizziness,
i Rhinehart's Liver Pills; 1 a dose.
For Sale.
Tbe residence formerly occupied by Dr.
II. J. Holbrook. Will sell on easy terms.
Enquire of T. 8. Sceley, Norwalk, O.
Notice.
All persons knowing themselves Indebt
ed to the estate of Dr. Emerson will please
call and settle forthwith, and oblige
mrs. r. a. n. mason,
Barker street Executrix.
Hon fur Sale I
A first-class work horse about ten years
old and gentle. J. Rosea & Son.
Farm For Sale.
A choice farm containing 73 acres, slluv
aled iyt miles east of Center of Penfleld.
Good house, barn and out buildings, all 1ft
excellent repair; 50 acre river bottom;
neighborhood unexcelled; title perfect;
term easy. For further Information in
quire of W. J. Krebbs, Penfleld, or Lyman
Addre.se. ef Welcome fSSSifSXA I
linn. u. . mcnara
U7.lll..frA n.tartitlTa.
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.Dept. Com. Uen. 8. It- Hurst
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Addrw.7.';3!'V7i)p'rCo
EVBNINQ,
6:S0-uii rial.
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Short Addreeaea. ..By Comradea
Hesitation..... t-omrede David u.Kiraoeriey
Mualo . .... ...... ........ i ...m.-...
Addreaa.u.n .. .........'. C. W. Hon
Bong P Klmberley Trio
un ana uooa fugm.-. ...
MAVOS tiTSD'S ASDIBS or WSLOOMS.
FlLLOW BOLDIIIS AMD COXBADIS Of TSSQSASD
Asht: As eltlxens and soldle w are met to
day "to cherish the memories of the war
Jnbilee Singers were well worth the price
of admission. They were not warblers
nor operallo in style, but fsvorsd the
bearers with genuine soul stirring sing.
lng. They were encored three times in
singing one piece snd on each return pro
duced a different tenor from their rank.
The quartette are abundantly able to call
a larger audienoe without the troupe, than
with, so long as .they play the present
piece. The troupe were nicely behaved
and commanded the respect of our people.
The quartette should make it a point to I waged In defense ot the Sepublls an! to
visit us again..
strengthen the ties of sympathy and oomrads-
ship formed by a eompanlonahlp In arms. It
Is well that we should thus meet, and In this
and kindred organisations, with thinning
ranks a the year eome and go, as we ap
proach the last roll call and final master out,
that we sbooid revive the friendships born of
common privations shared Inaeommonoaese.
It seem fitting apon aa occasion like this
that the whole oopl should onite t volo
the welcome that belongs bi right to the men
who anflered that the Nation might live.
Boob a welcome w tender yon to-daT we
am are ion our hearts are la It. On behalf ot
If narents. who have children subject to nan man. woman and child of our liUleoltv
croup would take the advice of Fred D. lot Wellington, I say to yon. w feet honored
ITsit the druggist, tney wouia never oe by jour presence, and greet you as luro every
without a bottle of Chamberlin's Cough one. The freedom and hospitality of be
Remedy In the house. It will not only Cheese City ts hereby tendered yen without
cure' croup but will prevent It, If used as restrictions, and not bemeanred by the
soon as the first symptoms appear, which avoirdupois ot aerehief exeoutive officer, but
can always be done If the remdy is Kept I by the ample proportions of my friend, MaJ.
t hand. Williams ol the t40blo,whsltson the stage,
Advertlaed Lettera.
The following is a lilt of unclaimed letters re
maining In the poitofdc at Wellington, Ohio
Oet,y, 89. .
Mr.ff.P.Cartell." Mr. Wm. French,
Mr. Myron Holly, Mr. Joseph Wtlklns,
MfYOrantWooley, Mr. Fames.
Persons calling for the above letters pletse
say ''advertised.'' o '
Oo. 0. Boss, F. M.
T. K. Donovan, Friday eve., Oct 11.
Gen. Sheridan, Saturday eve., Oct 12.
James Wbiicomb Riley, Monday eve.,
Oct. 14.
Dr. Hnlwlg, Wednesday eve., Oct. 16.
It won't bake Bread. Io other words,
Hood's Sarsaparilla will not do Impossi
bilities. Its proprietors tell plainly what
it has done, submit proofs from sources
of unquestioned reliability, and ask you
frankly if you are suffering from any dis
ease or affection caused or promoted by
Impure blood or low state of the system,
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. The experience
of others is sufficient sssurance that you
will not be disappointed in tha result.
MARRIED.
UKLMAN-CRANE-In Wellington, on the
evening of Oct. 8, by Rev. B. D- Oammell, at
the realdenoe of thebrtda's mother, In tha
miiiat of ift a. flowers, eonaratulatlon and
friends, Mr. Walter Helmao and Miss Lnella Scovllle, on township line road between
A-Crane, all of Wellington.
DIED.
Penfleld and Wellington. ISflif J
Library lamp with Bisque bowls
ami
Real Estate Transfers.
A. 11, Wooers toW. E. Carter. Elyria, 6
lots and St acre tn F. H.AC, addition $1,000
. It. Leslie to Callsta Andrews, Oberlin,
lot ll.pt lot 8J 84 JX0
, A. Richmond to F. D. Sweet Elyria,
pilott3lblk.88 MM. . 390
. O. Frltchard et al- to J. C. Lemon,
Qrafton, V acres 1,165
W. A. Bramgn, trustee, to Mary A.
Pierce, Lorain, lot 18 blk. 10........... Vi
L.H.MoCallumto Julia 0. Redmouth.
i ElTrta, lot M blk. 14...-..-.......- 1,600
. O. Lawler to W. B. Thompson, Lorain,
50 feet front on Prospect street.......... 190
B. F. Breckenridce to Ella Peck, Kin-
ton, lot 4, Hard ' addition .... 1.400
Ella Peck to Rhode J. Kkmp, Klpton,
lot 4, Hardy addition.. Wl
L 0. Oaael to Clarence Kilmer, North
Amherst tot 83. B's ddltlon..... . SO
Jacob Miller to Jacob Krelg, Brown-
helm, 2H acrei.....m..........- 300
Adallne Gregg et al to Bomgart Zlug-
, man, Lovata, IS M-100 aorfs........... ifa
RAKKK. Died at hia residence. In this
place,. Oct 1st. WW, Charles Baker, aged 37
years.
"Charier." as we used to call him, was a
kind-hearted, aoclal.weli cultured, good fellow.
Hs leave a wife and one ohlld to whom we
offeroondolenoeforthe los of a loving hat
band and kind father. Through hit long period
of sickness and suffering be exhibited the
heroism ot true manhood. Many will mis
tha annual courteoua visits of Charles Baker.
tbe nurseryman. Thanks It hereby tendered
by bis grief-stricken wife for sympathy and
financial aid extended to huiband by nis
many friends during his last sickness, death
and burial. H-
We are willing to bear personal tea" I
mony to tbe efficacy and value of Hood's
Sarsaparilla, wblcl. w have been adver.
tlsing some years tn our paper, having
used it for blood Im'purillus with great
success. It is s preparation of si and aid
merit, made of perfectly pure Ingredients,
and thorongly effective tn cl-aulng tbe
yem. For eruptions, boll, etc., it can
be relied urjon every time. Our own ex
perience with it ha been most gratifying,
and we are glad to give it this endorse
ment. Atbol (Mass,) Transcript.
DeatW Marshall C. Gates.
The residents of the north east part of
the township were greatly shocked st
nine o'clock Sunday morning to learn or
the death of their, neighbor, Marshall C.
Gates. Saturday morning Mr. Gates told
his sons he bad tome, business matters In
town which required his attention that
day and he would go down and see to
them. Late Saturday evening his sons
returned from their work snd not finding
their father there, they concluded he htd
been detained here and came down town
to look after him, and to their surprise
found' that he had not been here. They
retained and notified ft few of the
neighbors and at day-light they began
to look for him. - Diligent search was
mode and at nine .o'clock his body was
fonud in the forest about three-fourths of
a mile south of his home, dead Lis life
being taken with his own hand, with a
bullet which, entered his left temple, a
mac
FIRST GUN !
AND '
THE BEST Cm
OF THE CAMPAIGN.
Gen. Geo. A. Sheridan,
OF NEW YORK.
Will address the people ot Wellington and
vicinity In
OFZ2XIA nOTTDE,
Saturday Evening, Oct. 12
At 7:80 .o'clock.
Do sot mla this rare opportunity of hearing
IOI1 1
an-ea a good time.
one ot the most able
en tbe stump
lltlcal speaker ever
D
Everybody tura out, We guar-
BY 0RJ)E2 COMMITTER.
shades at Latjbdon, v?ixdkckeb o Co's.
Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beats then
all. Sold by druggists.
Tbe danger ol bowel troubles should be
met with Klnebart's Syrup Blackberry;
no opium, 20c.
To prevent cholera Inlantum use ltine
hsrt's Syrup blackberry; no opium, 25c,
If you have neuralgia, cold, sore thiL
et&, use Pratt's Family Liniment. Soldi
by druggist
Tbe people baye unlimited faith ls
Klnebart's Syrup Blackberry; no opiure,
25c.
A Card.
Free Hand Crayon Portrait work
peclalty, by
Mrs. M. L Marshall.
Wellington, Ohio
Residence on N. Mala St.
Try Pratt's Morse Liniment. Sure cuie
for all blemishes. Sold by druggists.
Itch, Mange, and Scratches on human
or animals cured In 80 minutes bv Wool-
lord's Sf niisry Lotion. This never talk
Sold by E.W. Adams, Druggist, Welling
ton, v Liu. t
For Chronic newel troubles or teeth
ing time, use Rlnehart't Syrup Blaok
Iwirry; no opium, 2flc.
XaIIpa. i
J. M. Crahtree will pay tbe blyfaest
veal calves, dry and green hides snd pelts
This is the time when children have
worms give Ilblnehart's Worm Lozen
ges. All bilious disorders are soon cured
with a few doses of Ilhlnebart's pills; 1
dose. , ...
PAD silt
A stock of drags on very reasonable
terms. Also the building .n Which they
are now stored is for rent.
'. - -Mrs. Dr.Emersoe. "
A PORTRAITS ENLARGES. '.
The Lane Bros., who bsve been so suc
cessful la Akron and Mansfield and differ
ent Darts of lha state, are la town taking
order tor enlargtog portrait la Indi
Ink, Water Color or Crayon all sImm, and
those who wish flue work at reasonable
p-ices, will de well to call on u.
. . LAHfi BRO S.
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