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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , 1889-
Thursday Morning, Dec. 12th, we
Ladies' Corduroy Opera,
Ladles' Felt Fur Trimmed Opera,
Ladies' Velvet Embroidered,
Ladies' Kid Opera and Oxiord Ties,
Gents' in Aligator, Grain, Goat and Velvet Opera and Harvard Styles.
., Heelers, Polish, &c., at
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
Tills docnde will won end. '
Bundity and Monday were worm spring
The teuon has arrived to talk about
Tax paying time brings an unusual
number to town.
Our patrons from the country appreci
ate the stone drlve-wy.
The Sons of Veterans should be nicely
. n i 1
patroaizea Dumraay evening. ; . ( ,
, ' The earnings of the opera house this
season will show decided increase.
. Large and elegant stocks of Christmas
presents can be seen at a number of
A change la time took place on the W &
L.E Ky. Not. 7, see corrected time table
on first pi ge. . . ;
v Marshal William reports very few
knights of the road to apply for lodgings
In the cooler. ,
The pupils u the schools were hard at
woik last week on the first examination
for the fall term. ,
The enterprising drr roods firm of Laun-
don Wiadecker Co, tavor our readers
with svpplement to the Entmfiusx. 1 1
One asid one-third tare for the round
trip over the Bee Line Deo. 14, good to
retnra antll Jan. 8. Special notice next U
cue. ' "
Postmaster Busk end his deputies have
about all the mail matter they care to
11. - a - m f i At A. .. I
The council should devise some plan to
place a flag stall upon tbe the city ball.
As It now Is there is no place to suspend
the national colors on public occasleoa.
, A'' should make H point to attend the
next lecture; the sneaker comes well reco
mmended and no tars need be entetalned
bnt a rich literary treat is in store for all
The board of managers at tbe Peniten
tiary has decided that Mrs. aarrettmat
now surrender ber child, wnlch Is eighteen
months old, to any one bearing authority
from Its fsther, A. D. Garrett.
Mrs. Luclnda Avery, aged elghty-fotu
called at this offlce to renew her subscrip
tion Tuesday mcxnlng. She appeared as
aclve as many at three score and ten.
Mrs. Avery Is probably the oldest patron
on our list
Tbe reception given Rev. 8. D. Gam
mell and family at the church parlors
was (largely attended. They lelt ""rldsy
forenoon over the W. A L. E. By, for
their new field of labor, leaving a host of
trieods in the Cheese City. .
Winter is at baod and very few Idle
laboring men can be seen on the street
which is quite a change from one year
ago. Tbe new building erected and the
lncreas manufacturing ' interests is
famishing employment for tbe surplus
help. , ' .
In tbe bill of complaint filed against
Speaker-elect Lsmpson, irregularities art
charged ts taking place In election pro-
ceedlngs In Wellington, Lorain county.
Will the lmfbrment please arise ana ex
plain inrongn inn juatkiifkibbj wnat
Quite a valuable pocket-book was lonnd
near the opera house one morning last
week. The content consisted oi two
quids of chewing gum. The owner can
har the whole outfit by calling at this
office. A little extra precaution will have
to be taken on our part to see that the
content ars properly Identified.
' A benefit lor tbe Bona of Veterans will
be given at the open house, Saturday
afternoon and evening, Deo. 14, under the
. direction oi nr. i,iuu muuej wiu yrcsvut
the sparkling comedy "Little Fenitt"
. . i w . rr in .
me CMl vi uuutauiotv aaQiguvu HIV, hin
Vic. Wilcox, Mis Minne Forbes, Miss
Bertha Ilowk, Mr. Frank Biggs, Mr.
Barry Christie, Mr. Henry Slevlck, Mr.
Walter Hill, Mr.Qraot WatU, Mr, Line
Saturday evening we took a short ride
over the W. A L. E. Ry. Not having
been over that part of tbe line for some
time, mention of tbe progress of the
' road aud the towns on tbe line will not be
oiu oi piace. 1UV iwi uvu uam mxu
much Improved, the coaches and rolling
stock are in a first clans condition, and
tbolr train employe appeared to be on
the alert to give every assistance to
passenger that was possible. - "On ac
count oi the largo stone interests at Olarks-
fleld the town Is rapidly building up
with nice, clean, commodious residences.
, ..- ,u....im.IJ,.lulllu.MF... ' .1 ' : .
An elegant brick structure Is being erect
ed at Norwalk for a passenger depot
All along the line the marks of progress
were apparent and although the road has
scarcely been in operation seven years
it 1 now one of the best local passenger
lines in the country.
Dr. J. W. Houghton is now on duty
again at hi store. The Doctor has been
ailing since July last, and bis many
friends will be glad to learn of his re
covery. . ,
One personal mention was omitted last
weak , which should have been inserted.
Hon. M. T. Herrlck.an honored citizen
of Cleveland, spent Sunday, Dec 1st.,
witb his father, Mr. T. R. Herrlck oi this
E. L. Benedict spent the week past in
New York City.
Mr. and Mr. J. B. Smith spent Sunday
N. Hucklus, of Oberlin, occasionally
visits old friends here.
Mr. Fred Husted of Norwslk spent Sun.
day with friend In Wellington.
William and Miss Mabel Holbrook at
tended the twentieth marriage anniversary
of Dr. and Mr. Holbrook at Plymouth,
R. L. French has been In New York
and Chicago the put two weeks on a
Wellington Conned O.C. F.
Tbe annual election of officers in Well
ingtou' Council No. 83, Order ot Chosen
Friend, Friday evening, Dec. 8, 1889, re
sulted as follows: Councilor, F. H. Phelps;
Vice-Councilor, Mr. Eva Fisher; Scc'y,
M. W. Lang; Treasurer, C. E. Sutllff;
Prelate. W. E. Pelrce; Martial. A. Q.
Fisher; Warden, Mrs. T. Metzger; Guard,
Mrs. A. 0. Fisber; Sentry, C. N. Christie ;
Trustees, C. Wadaworth, Mr. A. Gardner,
Mrs. It, N. Goodwin; Reprcsenative to
Grand Council, R. N.Goodwin; Alternate
ReDresenativ to Grand Council. M. W
Lang; Installing Deputy, Mrs. 0. Wlllard.
Wellington Council was organized May
28, 1880, and baa steadily grown ever
since. This order ha an insurance
feature which should command the at
tentlou of all Insurable persons. It Is as
good as the best, and as cheap as the
cheapest. It pays disability claims a
well a death claim. It ha also a Sick
Benefit League connected with It which
pay a sick cr disabled member from 0
to $15 per week, and if a member
becomes permanently disabled, is entitled
to a large part of bis, or ber, beneficiary
The Lecture Course.
Tbe third lecture of tbe Wellington
lecture course will be given next Friday
evening In theCongregatloualchuich by
Hon. John G. Woolley of Minneapolis
Mr. Woolley Is one of the leadtngilatfonn
orator i tbe West. He Is spoken of by
man 7. as another Johh B. Gough. He I
endorsed by many of national reputation
among them D. L. Moody, Dr. Deem, ot
New York, and President Falrchlld, of
Oberlin, who says, "It was the most im
pressive lecture I ever beard." He is
now engaged to travel with Mr. Moody In
his work. Let everybody come and bear
this eloquent man. General admission 89
cent. Season ticket for tbe remainder
ot tbe course will be sold for on dollar.
This will Include the grand popular con
cert by the Boston Ideal Banjo, Mandolin,
and Guitar Club, and the lecture by Mrs
Olof Erarer, the native Esquimau, and
that of ;jaho DeWItt Miller on "The Use
ol Ugliness." Tickets on sale at J. W,
A man who baa practiced medicine tor
40 years, ougnt to mow sail irom sugar i
read wnainesays: -
Toledo, 0-, Jan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Ccv Gentle
men: I baye been In the general practice
ol medicine lor most 40 years, and would
say that in all my practice and experience
have never seen n preparation that I
could prescribe with as much confidence
of success a I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. . Have prescribed It
a rreat many tlmea and It effect 1 won
derful, and woald say In conclusion that I
have yet to find a case of Cstarrb that It
would not cure, If they would take It ac
cording to directions. .
:' Yours Truly, '
' L. L. GOBSOCH, M. D.
..'. Office, 213 Bummtt 8t
W will give $100 for any case of
Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Taken Internally.
F. J. CHENEY & 00.;Prons., Toledo, O
tajTBold by Druggist, 75c.
OVERLOAD OF FURNITURE.
E.v P. French ft Co.. 88 PrbnDect St.
Cleveland, are overloaded with handsome,
medium and low priced furniture. Latest
designs and lowest prices. 1
open a handsome assortment of
Gents' Old Gold Plush Opera,
Gents' Olive Plush Opera, ,
Gents' Fine Corduroy Opera,
Gents' Fine Corduroy Harvard.
The W. C. T. U. Convention at ,
, La Grange.
W are sure that some of your patrons
would be glad to know about the County
Convention of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, held last week in the
Methodist church at La Grange. At the
hour ol opening of the morning session
on Wednesday an inspiring number of
delegates from the local unions were In
The devotional exorcises led by Mrs. S.
Stroup, President of the La Grange Union,
brought all present together before God
in camest implications for His guidance
in all tbe deliberation of the body, and
riis blessings upon the result. Lorain
Elyrla, Oberlin and Wellington were well
represented. Reports of officers and
Unions were encouraging. The work ot
distributing "The Scientific Temperance
Instruction B'lilttin" is being vigorously
pushed; The canvass foi "The Union
Signal" and "The Ohio Messenger" Is in1
tbe bands of intelligent, earnest women
who are glad to do a kindness to a sister by
persuading her to subscribe (or these
papers. Jwery : lamily In tbe nation
would be the richer mentally anri spirit
ually for reading the Union Signal, and
no officer in any union In Ohio can well
do without "The Messenger." Tbe
President urged upon all Unions, earnest,
vigilant work In regular meetings; there
was something for every individual to do,
since our organization of forty dis
tinct departments of work was broad
enough to offer a field for every talent
consecrated to tbe work of uplifting the
race. She spoke of the department of
'The Whtto Cross and Shield" a espe
cially appealing to noble and true women
to lend their aid to the advancement of
cleanliness, purity and holiness, since
there was no community even in Christ-
Ian America but was called upon to say
in sadness "One more unfortunate gone
to her death." i,
Tbe subject ' of ."Sweet cider" after
being brought before the body in a paper
by Mrs. Root of Lorain, was Ireely
and profitably dlscuasvd. It was a sig
Inficant tact, that in town where toe tale
ot alcoholic as a btverage la prohibited
cider saloons bad been opened. One
was surprised to find so many windows
displaying tbe notice "Sweet Cider" sold
here. Some of the propiletors were very
generously furnishing free luncheon
with it Tb papers read were , full of
strong, earnest thought helpful alike to
those who prepared them and to those
who heard them. That on "How to work
and not wear :out," was especially vaU
uable, prepared by our own townswoman.
Dr. Harriet E. WaToo. It contained that
which If taken as a preventive would
deprive the genial Doctor ol some of her
patient. In addition to these, with Mrs.
Craglo, ol La Grange, to welcome, us and
Mr. Houghton of Wellington, to respondi
"Tbe Father and His Daughters," by Mrs
King, (the aged and cultured mother of
Prof. King of Oberlin.) Juvenile work, by
Mrs. Wisoer of Berea; "The Mother and
Her Boys," by Mrs. Gardner, of Welling
ton; "Narcotics," by Mrs., Brush, of
Elyrla, what wonder It was said by those
who often attend such meetings: "The
literary programme" was , much above
the average. The music fnioished by tbe
LaGrange choir and by our own young
people, Bertha Howk, Grace Arts and
Arthur Eglln, was highly appreciated and
added much to tbe Interest of tbe occasion
The church choir and Mra. Wilcox, ol
Cleveland, added to the music of the
evening. LaGrange citizens opened tbeir
homes for the comfort of delegates and
viators. A crowded bouse greeted the
contestants at 7 KW In tbe evening and
gave delighted audience to each speaker
Don Cushion of Wellington, who deliv
ered a selection from an address of Gen.
Clinton B. flsk's entitled "The Infamous
Liquor Traffic," was awarded the medal.
He was one of six contestant, all of
whom did well. - A competent Judge said
at the close of tbe exercise, "I dont
think Gen. FIk ever got more out of
that part of hi speech than Master
Cushion aid tonight" X.
Buainee Notes. -Barrett
ft Walt have devolved partner
ship. E. H. Walt will continue tbe busi
ness. ' : '' ' j
Mis Llllle Dyer I assisting at Laun
don WIndecker ft Co. , ,
Wbaa Baby was sick, we ffas hat Caatorla.
When aha wu a Child, aba ortad for CaatoHa,
WlrasUbeomWesaedunf taCajtoria, ;
When she had Children, aha gars thorn Oastorl. 1
I PIilMron Pru fne PiMinr'e fVicnria
IWIIIIUIVII J IVI IVVHUI V..WIIU.
Lamb's Wool Insoles,
Notes from Other Towns.
Christmas will soon be here, and not
withstanding people made a solemn vow
after the holidays were past last year that
they would never, no never again deplete
their pocketbooks by buying a lot of use
less presents, yet they came up to the
ranks smilingly and have the store keon
ers put away mlslerlous packages to be
delivered to Santa Claus. Speaking of
Chrutmas gifts, one can scarcely miss find
ing an abundant supply at all ol tbe buil
ness places In Medina which deal In that
line of good Mrs. Cuas. Bailey who
has been bedridden for the past six years
died at ber home In this place on Thurs
day of last week and was burled Monday
forenoon, Rev. B. J. Hoadley conducting
tbe services. .... .The total enrollment of
the publio school thus far for tbe year
has been 447. During November the
number of pupils was 405. the per cent, of
attendance 98, case of tardiness 22, aud
three cases of corporal punishment..
8. Cutter, who was recently removed from
Lodi to his cousin's H. Cutter, In Granger
died at the fatter place tbla week of con
sumption. He was a veteran soldier
and bad been on tbe list of the Sold
ier' Relief Commission for some time,
i , .By request lie v. B. J. Hoadley will be
gin series of sermons next Sunday eve
ning at the Methodist Episcopal church
on "Tbe Holy 8plrit." From n Sab-
etba, Kansas, paper of a recent date, which
has been sent us, we notice the marriage
oi Mrs. Clara Green and Mr. Joseph
Brown, a well-to-do citizen of Sabetba.
The bride was a resident oi Medina all
ber life until the past year, when she went
west J. R, Morrell has been appoint
ed postmaster at Chatham in place of C.
H. Packard, resigned The borer of
the Wadsworth gas well struck a bed of
olid crystal salt 80 feet thick. The depth
we believe, is over 2500 feet. Medina
Gazette, v ' ; i ..,
" ; ' Heal Estate Transfers,
B R Beraent to Louisa A Black pt lot H
blk Wellington $ 600
Geo M Woloott to C 8 Pergtuon lot A blk
H's thlr add 190
a II Pjarait to II Laundon M acres
W A Braman trustee to Bell M Braman
lot M blk T 400
Sberlft to Nicholas Deldrieh 60 acres
Bjroa Fuller to Rout Murphy pt lot 7
Byron Fuller to Geo Robinson ptlot76
Wm Iieldmyer to 0 F Jilchol lots 4, 6,
and I blk U. H's addition 600
J H Faxoa to R Dlmscrteder lot Elmer
Adams add : S2S
C H Favel to John A Barnard pt lot
It Oberlin tm
Emily. H Wllklns to I Tsabody lot 78
Oberlin , , 1X)
J D Perkins to W L Fsy tf louwofn
W L Fay to Geo II Robblna lot 376 blk 54
E Blaokmaa toIB8wla pt loll Am-
heril., ;. ....j........;. J.li0
John tan to 0 C Canaloa pt lot t blk U
A k M E Todd to W A Braman trustee
lot 11 blk Lorain..,.
F D Wyatt et al to Wm Harper pt lot II
Amherii...: .. ..........;...,,.).,'....,
F A Chapman tollSA J EBpeley lot I
Chapman's add Weill niton . . . . .... ....T
T A Webatar to 0 J Lambert lots 14, tt
and pt lot X Oberlin
M t Robinson to P A Emeraoa lot 11 blk
1 Wellington ,.........;..........
8 L Bae to p A Emerson lottObUtl
I R Rawly to Edward Drtskomptlot
SO M ;
The followlDf laalliiof aaclalaied lattera ia
nulnlnf lu the poatolB.ee at Wellington, Ohio,
Mrs. AllneEvaaa, alr.L. Kaaky,
Rev. Fred Murxlelder, Mr. Will Suttcrflold.
O.C. Wilson, - - O.H. Wilson.
Mr.A.G. Wilson. ... ,
Persona eatllnf forth above letters pie
' ' Oao. C. Be, P. M.
Hood's Saraapaiiila cureeeatsrrh by ex
pelling Impurity from the blood, which I
the caue of the ' complaint Give it
trial. - '
8TKVICK-LAB0RIB.-Ia Welling ton, at the
houae ol th bride' parents, Dee. 6th., by
Rev. 8. . Gammell, Mr. Ilenry B. Btorlck
and Miss Edith A. Laborte, all ol Wellington.
. Notleo of DlaaoWMoa.
Notice I hereby liven tbat the frm of Bar.
iwtt A Walte bare thladnv dissolved partner
ship by mutual content, Air. H. K Barrett being
the retiring partner. Mr. E. U. Wait will con
tinue to oonduct the buil neaa at the old stand,
and will rnoclpt for all olaltns dnetheflnn,
and pay all outstanding obligations.
II K BARRETT
Wellington, 0 ,'Dee. 10, "88. &'. WA1TK.
?zr,?j.v no nonATBj
Church Note and Announcements
Tbe Salvation Army, bold publio meet
ings every night in the week excepting
Monday and Tuesday, and on next Sab
bath morning commencing at seven
o'clock, knee drill (or one hour at the
cross). Consecration meeting at eleven,
and a special meeting at three o'clock,
called a mothers' prayer meeting". In
which all mothers who feel Interested in
the welfare ot their children's souls should
attend this meeting. Every body is cor
Hard at Work.
Nearly one hundred eminent persons
are now engaged la preparing valuable
and Important contribution to The
YouTn's Compakion for 1890.
Mr. Gladstone is getting together his
reminisce nccs of , the Historian;
Justin McCarthy is writing all his per.
sonal recollections of great Prime
Ministers; Sir Morell Mackenzie is think-
log of what he shall say to Tux Cox
pahion readers on the training of their
voices In youth; Captain Kennedy Is re
calling the exciting episodes , his flye
hundred trips across the Atlantic, sod
making notes for his articles; P.T.Bar
num is preparing the account of how be
secured his White Elephant; General
Wolseley is arrangiug to tell the boys
bow they can endure hardships; Carroll
D. Wright Is securing statistics about the
boy and girl laborers 'of America, what
they do and what they earn ; Hon. James
G. Blaine is writing a paper for our young
politicians; popular author are at work
on serial stories; the Presidents of three
leading American colleges will give
advice to boys on their future; Tvndall
and Shaler are to talk about the wonders
of nature; Marion Harland promises to
entertain tbe girls while Lieutenant
Scbwatka will take the boys in lmafcl
nation to the loneliest place In the United
There are hundreds of pleasures in
store for Thk Youth's Companion
readers of 1890. Everyone Ik hard at
woik,a yoo tee. (1.75 will admit you
to S3 week of these entertainments.
8end for Full- Prospectus for 1890 to Tub
Youth' ooxfajiioh, Borton, Mass.
Coughs, Colds, Asthama, Bronchitis and
ConsuDwtlen cured by tbe direct Inhal
ation of Medicated Balsam Vapor. Call
or seaa stamp for book on the prevention
and cure of above diseases by borne treat
ment. Drs. Gatchell, 174 Euclid Avenue,
Notleo of AppolntaaantJI
wmrtrm n fain a. ninanY. beckaho.
The undenlined haa been appointed and
qualified aa executor oi tne eaiaie oi utrmra o.
Davison, late ol Weill niton, Lorain Couuty,
Ohio, deceased. .
Dated this 2nd day ot December, A. D. lm
I suffered with pain In my side and back
for four weeks, the naln belna so severs
as to keep me in bed, enable to move. I
trlfd Salvation Oil and it completely
cured me and I aui now well anil free
from all pain. C'H. ROBERT LEDLISH
40 . 52 Durst Alley, liulto. Aid
When making on their Cleveland shop
ping list, should not fail to note a call at
the Ball Jewelery ritore. This establish
ment bs made unusal preparation for the
holidays. Their special features are nne
diamonds and watches, and intending
purchasers in these particular lines will
do well to call upon Mr. Ball, who Is an
eipert in precious stones, and he always
take great pleasure In showing bis stock
of choice gem. The establishment also
deals largly in sterling silver snd the bet
ter qualities of plated silverware snd
other article or service In the borne circle,
it , well as many rich things suitable lr
wedding gifts and presentation occasion.
Their location is comer Superior and Sen
eca street. Convenient to all street car
lines and railroad station.
West Maikk.ISov. 13, 1889.
K. N. GO"dwln Esq: far Sir I Imve
not uren a granite monument aa yet that
baa been up twenty year but what Is
more or less defaced. (&1)
Your Truly, S. Pbbctvau
SutPMKRT fob Wkkb Ending Dec 10,
Cheese, WHi pkgs., weighing 9M65 Its
Butter, 1705 M " . . 100097
Young America..... , n
Family Favorite 10
Buttcr,dalry,pert!....t0.10 3 0.18
Creamery bjtier 10
Chickens.dressed.perBi. 9.07 (S 009
Turkeys.dnsaed'per lb. 0.00 , 011
Egg, per do........ 0.28
Ham, smoked, per B. . . 0.08 0. 10
Tallow, per lb , 0.03
Hides, per lb 0.00
tihoulder Sleuk. . .
Potatoes, per b"
Apples, dried. In quart- . ,
ers aud cored, per 0.03 ,
Apple, sliced 02
' Clover Seed 2.73 8.00
Uraiua Floor and Feed
Graham flour, per cwt. . 8.00 ...
Corn meal, per cwt.... 0.90 1.00
Chop, per cwt 1.00 1.00
Middlings, per cwt 0.00 , 0.70
Bran, per cwt 0.60 0.7(1
Oil Meal, per cwt. 0.00 l.nii
Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 . 0.4".
Corn, In ear, per bush. 0.00 0.4
Wheat 0.00 ' 0.80
Oat per bn.. .... 0.80 ' " 0 28
A great many persons, who have found
no releif from other treatment, have been
cured of rheumatism by Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Do not vive up until vn
have tried it.' It Is only "50 cent per bot
tle, tor saie nr rrea u. reit, urngLt.
It Is simply "wonderful how a good
thing get known and appreciated. In
tbe public school examination now lltey
ask the small boys: "Who was the fint
manf "Adam.'' "The first woman?"
"Eve." Who wm the 52d President of the
United States f". "Grover Cleveland."
"What is the specific cure 'for pains?"
Absolutely Pure. .
Tbianowdernaver varies. A mural of parity,
trength nd vholeMMienena . Vore aconounuil
than tbe ordinary klndr, ud cannot b aold In
competition with the mnltitndc oflow teat, ahutt
weiKht.aluro or phiwphatr powdrra, Sold only to
caiiv. Royal Hnklnit 1'owdi'r Co.. lot) WuiiaU
The effect of- imtn Mlbbxrds Rheu
matic Syrup la tinlike all medicines con
taining npiute s or poisons, It being entirely
rree luim mem. it cures rheumatism oy
purifying the blood.
EOR SALE Farm and village prop
erly, lnqtiiie ol .I.T. Hatkell, Att'y-at-Law,
Go to N. P. Bobinson'a lr vour hol'.dny
FOR SALE OR EXC'UANCIE.
100 acre of land in Lake Co Mich., for
real estate or personal prcpetiv in this
vicinity. A baiNin given it koUI soon.
tr A. U. iiAVKH, I'KNKIKI.D, V.
The largest slock of Dolls In town at N'
A ai d
If you wUh Rrtimii! nn.l iIioiohl'Ii den
tal work rail on Drs. HoliT.iok ft Farmer
successors t')JDr. U. J. llollbrook.
FOR SALE. A desirable bouse ant .
lot on Baiker ktieel ; hIwi tine on De Wolf
street. Above pioeriy U offered very
cheap. Enquire or K. N. Goodwin ui
Chad. iWllaiio. tt
Great bargains In holiday goods at N
The Lane Bro.
Are producing portraits that titonlnh tbe
rxtople nho have beio lixkine lor hiiih
class portraits at low price.. We can sell
cnean a anyone ana proauce oetter
work. We can show testimonial from,
prominent people la tbe stale as well a
New York.Connectlcut and Massachusetts
where we were very suocersful.
American Reuse Lane Bros
Drue and Medicine ( all kind and
of the very best quality at '. P. Robin
son's. . , V
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-Pure York.
State Buckwheat Floor can be found at
N. P. RouiHtoB a.
E. Benedict basiuai received some fine
single and double barrel shot-guns at low
prices. He is beadouarkrs tor arantitlon.
of all kind. 43-50
Houm and Lot for Sale.
My house snd lot can he bought on very
reasonable terras or cheep f.:r caili. 'For
particulars Inquirr ni C. n or J. Vf.
Wilbur Wellington, O.
FORSALF An Argnnd Base Btirnei
In une one season. Enquire ol II. W&d
worth & Sou.
CHOICE DAIRY BI TTER.
I keep a supply ol choice dslry butter
In quantities to suit purchasers on hand at
all time. C. Wii.labo.
Farm For Sale or Rent
A choice futm containing 73 acre, situ
ated l4 mile eaxt of Center of Pen (It Id.
Good bouse, ham snd out buildings, all in
excellent repair; 50 acre river bottom;
neighborhood uuexceiieu; tine penett;
terms eaxy. For further lotormation in
quire ol Yi.4. hreoua, i'eunetd,or i.ymau
Hcoville, on township line road between
Pentield and Wellington. louil j
Itch. Manee. and Scratches on hnman
or animals cured in 80 minutes by Wooi-
lord's fceiuiary Lotion. This never ttii-
Sold ty E. W. Adams, Druggist, Welling
ton, Ctlo. 4y
J. M. Crabtree will pay the blirhe!
market price lor live and dressed bi g
veal calyes,dry and green bides and pell
If you bsv ceuralcia. mid, sore tkioar,
etcM use Pratt's Family I.litimrnt. St Id
by .drugiilat. , .
A string of slow cases oyer a
rod long, full of tLe finest candies
that were ever before seen in
Wellington, at Bowlby fc Hall's).
Try Pratt's Horw- Liniment. Pare cuie
for all blemlahes. i bold by ilrun'5lstf. ,
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- 1o those having Ink arcnunt with us.
We wish all account settled by Januaiy
(52) Lacsdo. Windetkeb de Co.
Furnltniv! ' Furniture! '
Any one in need of first-clans
furniture of any design will please
call on ns. We will make it an
object, as we want to close out oar
. ' Hoyt A Bknschoten.
; Be sure to keep' in . mind that
when you want the fanciest of the
fancy canned sweet corn, canned
soups, pine apple, peas bottled
pickle" and other relishes, yon
will have to go to Bowlby 4 Hall's.
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