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Thursday, January 13,1881.
i. W. HO0GHTO. U. H. HOUGHTOI. tdltsrs. Trx Akron Beacon ii on of tha most enterprising and news papers la oar lUt of exchanges. Mb. McFarulhb, a celebrated lawyer of New Tork has come oyer . from the Democracy to the Republican party. Between Eellylsm and Tildenlsm, he says he has got enough of Democracy. Gn. Chalxkks gives it as his opinion that the Democracy will make no at tempt to oast Kelly from the Senate. This after all their threatening is a rery tame ending to this Tery notorious contest. It has been discovered that "among our industries is the boiling op of old shoes Into' Jamaica Bam. Another Is making tomato catsup oat of the skins and peelings thrown sway, still another is using white clay for the basis of candy." ITok. Btkphkk uui says: "Blain, is the most girted man I have ever seen. lie can leave the largest scheme in politics or the greatest pleasure of society to take up the smallest details of business without an Instant's hesitation or reluc tance, lie would have made a capital business man. It Is now confessed by the parties who put the Uorey Chinese letter in circula tion that it was a forgery, and still, judg ing from their silence, this great. Im maculate antl fraud secreeching Demo cratic presand psrty have not yet heard the news, though the evidence has been before the public a week or more. It teems now to be pretty definitely settled thst Mr. Blaine will go into the Cabinet of the next President, as secre tary of State. Nothing could be more acceptable to that large class of Repub licans that have for years been his en thusiastic admirers, and of whom he has been first choice for President of the United States. ' . Th meeting of colored citizens hfld in Cleveland .Monday evening, for the purpose of Arranging to petition Garfield ' to put a colored man into his cabinet. after discussion finally passed a resolu fon declaring that in the opinion of thoso present it was not advisable for the delegation, to urge that matter upon the President-elect. The Democratic party as a reformer, hu not been an eminent success. It w too evidently a case of Satan preaching righteousness, to be regarded seriously by the country, and now that the fraud issue has collapsed they are vainly look- about for a slogan with which to rally the hosts of tbe gret unwashed to bat tle. Tie a sad instance of wasted effort. The Cincinnati Enquirer's correspond ent says: "The Morey letter which was no doubt the work of a set of impecunl on and sagacious scamps, expecting good stealings under Hancock, has sur vived the campaign and given moral weakness to the whole machinery of the pwrty, although it no doubt played a certain part in the election, and perhaps aaved New Jersey for Hancock." Con fession is good for the soul. Now let another speak. Perhaps the Constitution would like to unburden itself.. Tecs msnia for speculation and ex trsvagance is said to be quite as general as before the panic. "The disposition to Indulge in luxuries pervades all classes and there can be no doubt that multi tudes are now on the high road to finan cial ruin, and happy will he be who takes warning in time to avert disaster The prudent business msn who has been tnurcline with embarrasment will wisely take advantage of the flush busi ness times and unload his burdens before the evil days, which are sure to come. This generation Is no wiser than the past, and the average man has ever been . unwilling to team wisdrm from the ex perience of his ancestors. .County Finances. COUSTT COSIMISSIOICIRS' AXS ADDITOn'S BEPCBT KOK TUB TSAR XSDIXO SBFTEMBKB 6, 1380. . T tlM Boa. John C Hale. Jade at ths Coart ef Oonnaaa Fleu, of Locmla OMUttr, uhkK We the Commissioners of Loral a County Ohio, herewith present to you nniMiiiiilMinni nf tliA afflrial nro . ceedings of our Board," for the year ' ending September 6, 1830. We have built within the year . three Srst-class bridges and arches, and fifty-one cul verts with stone covers. The details of tbe expenditure for bridge purposes you will find fully set forth la the report of the Auditor here- ' to attached and made a part of oar re- port. . " i - - We have located eight ditches and ordered .the came dug and completed according to law. This is done at the expense of the parties In Interest. If your Honor desires a further statement . of our proceedings, we will furnish any Information at our command.- 1QC WaUlS OI mo lw wui uuuav mMv no. - , .Attached hereto please flnd -sUte-ments by Auditor, which are made a part ot this report. Respectfully submitted. S. B. DuDixr, A. D. Pcrkins, Com mis. of Lorain County. m . , - a m waoa - xjyna, v., oepiemoer o, ioou. - . TotlM Honorable Commission if of Lotata Coast?. Onto 1 Lerewiiu present to your nouorauiu boJv for vour consideration and ap- proval, a statement of the financial con dition of Lorain county, O.. for the year ending September 8, 1860. Also, a statement of the receipts and expend!- . tures for said year. The exhibits contain the number of each order, the amount for which it was drawn, to whom paid, for what purpose, and oo what fund drawn, Ac. Submitted here with you will find vouchors numbered to correspond to the number cf the order for which It was drawn. Pleas examine the following state- menu carefully with a view to dlsoorer all errors, and oblige ' Obviixb Root, Auditor of Lorain County. Auditor's Office, Lorain Co., O., September 6, 1830. RKCIPTS For Um rear aadlag September I. ISJO. CaahoBauS leat settlement bo.s of Sheriff. Jary fee . . . . ne. special ditch coats .... recatrad of Jostle ot Um Pcaco and Marat' Snea ctreas Hcaaasa ...... received of Clerk, Saea and costs. But cues . . . . far old paper, ete , reeatTad of Bertie, damages, ate., Laparaad . ... received of perttee, damages, etc.. Meant 11 road . . . . rsoetTed Peddlere Uccaaea received of panic, expenses Baaaett road raeetrsd of parties, expeaara of Kuha road received of attorney for Ink aoM received far eactloa llcaaaea aad dattee received of Cayanoga cxmntr. X Co. Mar bridge . . . . . . of Obertla. sidewalks on bridge . for ttauoafrelht on bridge stone . received from Co. examiners, Inst. faad received from Boot for eleetograph received of Jsoa to redeem ttxsalo . raealTad sal of revised Katatea . . leeelred Interest aad premium oa U.S. istoo 238 14 Sll SO 00 S.S10 so oa it s i ro 11 M loooo 131(0 SKI 00 C 63 4 S lti 50 a, esn icectredof Wtra Braerra acbool faad. reearred Stata oora. achool fund . . raearred amount collected oa dupli cate, VK ...... raorlTeddoctazoa duplicate, 1SJ3 . recetTCd delinquent p. p. eollectt d leteUed Lorala ddewalk tax eollert'd recelrr-4 Mie oc eotirt txmmm boode ' l.OM SI 1S.SM SO 'its. SCO J 1.5 50 as 7) in, nw oi Totalrareipta ... .? ti!.ia to M?BCT.SEMKJT3 Tor Um rear cadlo September 1. W0. Order redeemed with eoantr fund tn.vt to ix. n ta ,; tt -a 755 M I.K mwos: arid. " poor . . taaUtat " . . ditch " . aheep . . . bulldloE "... PaM tp., Cora, aad acbool treasarcr Feb. and Aas. aetUemBt ... iss,ns a Paid Stat treasurer Feb. aad An, aeltle- Treaaarar feca, eenectloa of dupllapMat Tiaaiei'rea. eoUrctltmof ml, moaera JS i SS5 25 Bamaeeaabaad, Sept. a, lleWt . . J5.R98 51 Total fSil.) : EXPENOrrUBCS Tram county faad for the year endtns Sep. a, lt Paid aatacaara, Stat caae. by order of Coart S1.3S1 CO justice' and eoaaubtea fcea. Stale era n Prmter'abtU Treaanry cxamlaera appolatad by Coart Butteyur aad Tlewaiaoa road . (nard to coart booae and afe aiiln doc duplicate fur 187. repair oa jail ...... Clerk, fee. Stata eat .... Braktas poll book for court booae election taklascbarce of coart booae plan. o map for countr officer ... Coroner tnqoeata and witneeac la SKI 51 31 00 141 Z3 515 00 5u U) I.1MRJ Zm 50 4 03 5 00 500 W 40 Attoraeya for md. arlaoner. Tpolnt ad by coart ...... par In- rllrod . . saklas ditch record co. dltcbea uklasdos duplicate for lnt ... townhlp treasurer" acbool arttle- Probata Jadce. faea Inaaaa aad re- form farm ma. board of priaoaer m Jail . ... expeaae of electloa .... Aadltor faea aader acbool law . ataUonery bllla fuel and Usbta for cocrt house and Jan . real aetata aseotl .... personal property assessor ... craad Jury witnesses .... trraad Jury faea ..... petit aad tale Juror .... mSrmary director, aerdtcm acrlcattaral society .... acnool xmluera per dlrm ... sheriff's fee summoning- Juror and wltnesse ...... prosecutiDC attorney salary and feca . aberlfr alio wane by court ... pbyatetsa at Jail for alck prlauoera raUroad fair paid by Aaolior fralSbt and express cnarge oa ISwa aad pub. dox . .... blanket aad clothlnc for prlaane r la JU fhyalclaa for tnasaa mquest . rand Jury, roneuMa by order of ZX 00 19 SO 75 57 50 00 u to 130 4 1.: II 4; Z9 l 390 OI wt ou 1,030 U0 47X S 415 - 1. 98J 45 113 00 111 40 3750 res i auot auoao 15 00 X so 90 M 154 21 1 00 S! R3 tax refunded on double entr'.e . . court bailiff, by order of rvurt . . for poatace etampa, poatearoa. Ac. . auadryaaiallBtltopaldby Aadltor . Aadltor salary boy to reform farm . . Commls .loner Mill, per diem . . Commissioner Dudley, per diem . Commissioner Perkins, perdtem Probate Judge, fee, record of birth aad deatba, Probst Judge, feca, criminal cases . . coal eying mastics to asylum . . clsaalnt time lock on aafa ... ancislmed costs paid In by Clerk compensation oa Lapp road ... eompe&satlon ca Manncllroad . attorney for commissioners rant of town ball tor coart room . sap fur assessor of real etat . Jury In MlUa ditch ease . asltaat for Prosecuting Attorney la Stata case ..... coart bouse plsns ta part ' . 77 13 CO SO 00 7 1 Z.G40 00 11 Ml SS5 33 4s; so 104 73 M 75 111 35 5 tt) St 70 355 00 3)00 315 00 rata ltd su lot (0 A) oo 45 Ik- Total . s;i.a oo Elyrla, O., October 27th, 13S0. We, the undersigned committee ap pointed by lion. John C. Utile, Jmlgo ol the Court of Common Pleas, in and for Lorain county, Ohio, do hereby certify we hare this day examined the forego ing report of the official transactions of the Commissioners and Auditor of Lo rain county, Ohio, for tbe year ending September 6, ISS0, and find the same con ect and according to law in all re spects. . Hkxbt E. Ucsskt, D. C. Balowix, Geo. P. Mktcalf, Pros. At'y Commiiteo. Correspondence. Wo wish to be dlctlaetly understood that wa do not bold urselre responsible fur oplulon Ca - pfessi il by our corrrspoadeuta. . Tot a Editor of lb Exraaraisa. New York City Is said to be the me tropolis of the United States, I believe It, and even more, I believe it fo be the metropolis of the .worlJ. Such rushing crowding, elbowing and dodging to get along the street without being run over would astonish any country greeney as it did me. Some of the finest buildings in the world are found here. Several of the Life Insurance companies have buildings of their -own, which are models of- beauty and symmetry. Several of the leading newspapers, the Herald, Times and Tribune have also rery line ones. Tbe new post office is the finest building I ever saw, com bining sire, strength and beauty. The elements will never crumble it, the winds will never rase It, fire can never burn it, and nothing short of the liht megs from Heaven can ever destroy tt. It Is seven stories high above the walk, and three stories below, and cost Uncle Sam twelve millions. The City Hall building by "Bjss" Tweed and his ring, standing near, not nearly so large or fine, cost the city over twenty mlllioos. The street railways and broad walks not half supplying the immense crowds of people with transit, three ele vated railways running from th.- Bat tery to Central Park od Harlem river,' eaeh having doable tracks, aid in trans porting these crowds at break-neck speed orer tbe hesds of this msss of humanity, causing such a roar and din a to confuse the multitudes below. On one of these we took passage to Central Park, to see tbe great obelisk, a descrip tion of which will no doubt Interest your readers. Something over a year ago this great stoho standing In Egypt was presented to the city by the Kedive. Several wealthy gentlemen of this city, furnished means to take it down and bring it to Central Park. W. II. Van derblitgare liis check for a hundred thousand dollars, Jay Gould forty thou sand, and others made is up to three hundred thousand, the amount suppos ed to be uecessary for the purpose. It was hardly landed before this Immense amount was expeuded, and two hun dred thousand more had to be raised Of the manner of taking It down I was not Informed. A huge vessel was moored at a convenient point on the wharf at Alexandria, tho stern of the vessel was cut out, an 1 the mammoth tli ins loaded, and the end of the vessel again put It. Tho same foundation and pedestal on which it has stood for untold ngts, camo with it. The highest point in the park was selected for it to 6tsnd. The foundation resting ou the rock is ready to receive it. A trestle work some rive hundred feet in lcnsjth Is reatlr to convey It up an in clined plane where It will be harnessed by the middle and ended up. When I saw it, it wa in transit and nearly a mile from it destination, tho size is eight feet fquare at the large end antl about Jx at tho top, and seventy leet long, and Ii estimated to wcig.h three hundred and forty ton. To give you an idea of how high it looks imagine three box freight cars standing end to end and you have something near its size. It is being moved on Iron rollers by hydrostatic power, and in the half hour I stood by It, It probably moved half an Inch. Some twenty men, assist ed by heavy machinery were engage I in moving it. The stone is regular in form, but shows no tins of i-h'sel marks, but resembles the surface of what we call hard heads found in our fields. There is no history of this stone, and my thoughts while looking upon it, carried me back to Moces and the other patriarchs, all of whom had likely stood as I was doing and gozed upon its immense proportions, and sit ting upon Its pedestal by the pale light of the moon, Joseph nisy have wooed ml won the fair hand of Ase'.ith. J. Ii. Laxo. Our Now Tork Letter. Xkw Yobk, Dec. 31, 1S80. From our owa Correspondent. Pheugli ! It's cold. There's do news in that, for the hazing that llazen, the new Oid Prob.," is giving us Sfems to be pretty general all over. But perhaps there are more evidences of suffering in the pi eat city than in smaller places. The pitiable sight of tramps with ill shod feet and no over-coats, and of the poor peddlers who are hardly better off, as thoy hawk their email wares on the street corners, abounds. The city is the winter heaven of such. They are lodged for the main part like herrings in barrel in the station-houses at uight. but are ruthlessly bounced in thiinorn ing, and a nice cold time of it the poor wretefces must havo till they get bar reled up again. No wonder that if they can raUe tho price cf a soda-water bot tle full of forty-rod at a distillery, they should look on the "velvet room" of the establishment as a veritable para dise and turn tip their blossoming noses at all talk of temperance. Talking of temper, a jolly, good, rou sing Gt of pas-ion is not always an un mixed evil. The way a choleric ol gentleman laid out a conductor on the Elevated Jlailroad, the other day was Joyful to the beholder. The conductors are not the most civil among human bclnjrs, and would meet with moresym pathv for their undoubtedly unhappy financial condition were their manners a tridd less brusque. Many oftlieniact as If they owned the road, and were inclined to Ire hoggish about it at that. Ou the occasion In question the old gentleman, who had gullanlly given up his scat to a lady, was gradually forced o the middle of the very crowded car Wlin he wanted to get off it took a lit tle time. Just s he bad succeeded in wnrkiug liis way through the throng, the conductor started the car. Theold boy grabbed the bell rope and stopped it again. The conductor declared he shouldn't eton. The old boy said he should, ana throwing open tbe platform irate in spite of the official, who resisted violently, he grabbed the latter by the throat and took him along too. Every body cheered, and card of posibly use ful future witnesses were showered on the grim eld victor, who marched off unmolested through the startled people nf the road, while the crest fallen vic tim ot his Ira had to board the next train, in pursuit of his own so unex pectedly aud unwillingly abandoned. A remarkable auction of a church has just taken place la Brooklyn, which, in some of its features, seems to suggest that fome church people are as mean as sinners can be. The Church, like many others, has been mortgaged lor about its full valuo to a life Insurance com pany, the officials of which, tired of not ?etitng the business settled, or even the Interest on the mortgage regularly paid, foreclosed, and ordered an auction sale. Tho delinquent stockholders in the Church enterprise, who were so awfully poveriy-trlo'eu that they couldn't meet cveu a fraction of their just debt', managed to gather up (40,000, and in tended and expected to buy tho pro perly out and out for less than that fig ure. The Insurance people were up to the 'game, however, and got their backs up. They rolled up the bids to tbe limit of the oongregation, snd then bid the property in at a small advance. One of the deacons and prime movers in this smart dodging is un old public functionary, with a multitude of sons, whom he has provided for In comfort able berth, immediately about himself, at the public expense, and who has had a multitude of wives I am told bis pro sent helpmeet, a young and quite at tractive woman, is tho thirteenth. The old Bluebeard waa once a great gun in Bcccher's church, hut took sldesajcainst the Plymouth pastor at the time of the great scandal and seceded. He must be considerably over throe score and ten, and Is a q-icer-looklq? qhcp: as he salutes every one he ntets for every body knows him on his dilly return from market with a monstrous hamper full of groceries and other purchases. Hadix. Scientific) Miscellany. Copper has been detected In the soil of a churchyard, and in portions ot exhumed bodies. At Thebes, an ancient Egyptian papyrus roll containing a treatise on medicine has been found. A new scientific instrument 13 tbe "pluviometer,' which registers the quantity of rain falling wlthing a cer tain period, and the duration and hour of the fall. According to a London journal the orange specks of the gaslights along the Thamos embankment were seen to shine dimly through a recent fog while the brilliant white glare of the electric lamps was indistinguishable. A medical missionary lias learned the curious fact that Mongol doctors ai e not entirely unacquainted with the properties of galvanism. It is said that they aie in tho habit of prescribing pulverized loadstono ore for sore, and a man hard of hearing was. In one case, recommended to put a piece of load stone into each ear and chew a piece of iron In his mouth. A new method of producing light from electricity lias .been patented in England. Small balls of platinum or iridium are arranged at the ends of small platinum rods em-losu l in pairs n the centre of a suit-able globe, and a rapid succestiou of sparks Is pas-cd between them, hereby they are raised to incandescent heat. A disadvantage Is tbe toife attendant on the rapid sparks. A dairying company of London, lias lately cstabli-lied a laboratory, at which tainples of milk received from farmers are subjected to chemical analysis. Prizes have been offered by the company, which are to be clven to those farmers wlnse milk supply elands highest in quality during a dated period of time. The simples of milk are carefully examined by tho com pany'a analyst, whose analyses and re ports will decide the competition for the prizes. Ic is expected l hut much valuable information respecting mcth ods for producing tho richest possible milk will be secured in this way . For the purpose of determining the capacity of a horse to undergo tlie'pri vatinns incident to a state of siege, ; series of experiments has been made in Paris. The results show that a horse may hold out for twenty-five dnys without any solid nourishment, provid edit Is supplied with sufficient good drinking water ; that a horse can sub sist for barely five days without water; and thirdly, that if a horse is well fed for leu days, but insufficiently supplied with water throughout this period, it will not outlive the eleventh day. A horjo which had received no solid nourishment for twelve days was never theless in a condition to draw a load of six hiindred'pounds on the twelfth day of its fast. Wiso Words. Any power th-it can lessen the drudjrery and lighten the dreariness of i Me average lire of farmers' wives will deserve well of this generation. There Is a pathos hi the long-drawn out foil, tho endless, nameless negations of tender, intelligent woman who serves the "fariii-hHiiils" like a servant an-i often drudges Tor her husb-tiid like slave a pathos that cannot be put into words. Asa rule (which, of course, ha a few bright exception) the farinri' wives of the United Stttes do a greater amount of drudgery tor slighter com pensation, live lives more shorn of in centive and of reward, than any o'her class of American women. Mrs. Clara Colby, of Iowa. The school of manners Is not a school of I'ypocrisv ; it teaches regard for tli rights ol others, a just estimate of one's own character and powers, and, above nil, that self-mastery which gives such a vast reserve of power. The practice of kindly octs tends to solien the l.earr, kindles sympathies that make men and women ocrier, and lifts society to higner levels. There ate grades of civilization even amon the civilized, and ihe ' best society" Is that winch Is cmlizt-d in the highest degree The trim lady mid gentleman are models to be iiuitaied, not pretention humbugs to lie despixed. Th i tiles of etiquette are nor, a somtt Ignorant peo ple sumiosi', the aosurtl tiiciates ot r.isu- iou. lliey a e observed beciiise tney have been found to make contact in social life east r and agreeable. Society is comfortable, agreeable and profitable just as tar as its individuals are poli.thed gentlemen and ladies, nv.iuling sharu and rasping contact. When each seeks only self, it become a mass of grating atoms. Every custom of society which has any claim to recognition as a fixed social law, has a lounduliou in Sulid cuinmon sen.-e. The only real gains we ever make are spiritual gain-t, a further euhj -ction of the gross to l he incorporeal, of body to soul, of the animal to the human. Many a man owes his fortune or his honors to bis tine address. A man's success in life is proportioned to the number of people to whom he is agree able. A genial manner disarms envy, and aid comes to its possessor from a thousand unexpected sources. From "Manners That Win." Ingorsoll's lVIistake. I have hal occasion recently to listen in tho Brooklyn academy of music to Mr. Ingersoll, and to admire the lam bant play f his wit and to form some Idea or fits .lightning power when It is made to interpret the doctrines and creeds of the Church, The mistake that Mr. Ingersoll make is to take the ex crescences that aria of human origin that have grown around aid about the religion of Christianity and the religion of the Church, and then, with his play of fancy at the same time, sweep away the truth, and the influence of those who have lived aud are living a true religious life. If I were to establish a new school of medicine, and If I weie to collect all the idiot and all the men Who hutl warts ou their faces, ami say. 'There's a hunitnity for you; what w.-uld youthiukof it?'! should be doing what Inger'Koil is d-.ing, when he takes single Instances from ihe old and new Testtmenls, und represents himself, through them, as opposed to religion, and lu so doing gives a Knraiture of it. 'I'nere were ucl criticisms upon tho Bible hundreds of years beiore Inger soll was born. I am afraid J;o does not read his Bible very much, and when he dues read it ho does not ft. id the honey and the niuriow of it. When 1 look upon the dove as she flies in the ambient air. with her eye resting upon the fields and the inhabitants of uian, i cte ihul which gives me j v, but when I see ihe vulture dying high I kuow ill it it is a bird that is looking lor anoihcr bai ve.-t, and that llteru is nothing that is loath some, no.hing that Is of the nature of i-arrion, thai it fails t see. It is so with Mr. Ingersoll. Uenry Ward Beecher. Guitly Of Wrong. Some people have a fashion of con fusing excellent remedies with the large mass of "patient medicine;," and in mis wry are guilty or a wrong. There aro nme auverusca remedies fully worth all that is asked for them, and one at least we know of Hop Bitters. The writer has had occasion to use the Bitters in Just such a climate as we have most of the year in Bay City, and has always found them to be first-class and reliable, doing all that is claimed tor mem. i riDuue. Good Advice. If you keep your stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect working order, yon will prevent and cure by far the greater part of the ills that afflict mankind In tuts or any section. There is no medicine known that will do this as quickly or surely as Parkei's Ginger Tonic, which will secure a perfectly natural action oi tnese important organs without intcrrerliig in the least with your uatly duties. See adv. 15-1 How to Get Rich. The great secret of obtaining riches, is flrstto practice economy, ami as stood old "Deacon Snyder" says, "It used to worry the lire out or me to pay enor mous doctor's bills, but now 1 have 'struck it rich.' Health and happiness relzn supreme in our little household. and all simply because we use no other medicine but Klectrlc Bitters ami only co?is fifty cents a bottle." Sold by all druggists. u-Um(C) ICcport of tho Couditlon OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Welllnrton. fa the 8tat of Ohio, at tbe close of boslnesa, December SI. isfln: BEsOmCE. Loans and Discounts, I Overdrafts, ............ 17. 8. Bond to secure circulation, Do from approved reserve agents, Due from Bute Bank and banker, Ileal eatate, furniture and Hitarci, Current expense and taxes paid, Check and other cub Item, Bl.l of other banks. Fractional Paper Currency, sickles, and pennies.. Specie Lccal tender notes, UV-dcmptlon fund with TJ. S. Treasurer, (S per coat of circulation), 171.231 so 3,419 OS ino,ono oo 2885 16 V 10,334 20 314 se er5 ss S,sa3 oo an 52 3.K7S 43 1S.88S 00 4,903 00 Total. . S34.t,OM 4 LI ABILITIES. Capital stock paid In, - Surplus land,...- Undivided profits, N ttlooal Bank Koto Mtataadlns, Dividends unpaid. Individual de oslt subject to check.. Demand certificates of deposit, lon,ooo no ia,ano oo S.IH7W 88,000 00 80 OO . 101,031 78 35.408 S3 Total. Btsteof Ohio, County of Lorain,. S343.000 04 I. U. A. Horr, Cashier of the above named bank. do solemnly swear that tbe above statement la true to tbe best of mj knowledge aad belief. B. A. HOUR. Cashier. Bubtcrfbed and sworn to before me this 10th day of January. 1(1. J. H. DICKSON, Jiotary Public Correct Attest: S. S. WARVER. i 6. K.LAliSUOS Director. C. W. UUKlt, l2T OaRaDZXTXTCS: TO VACATE A PORTION OF RAILROAD STREET Bbctiox t. Be It ordained by the Council of the In corporated vlllaee of Wellington, that a strip of land from tbe sou b-esst side of RaUroad Street eighteen inches In width at Ita point of Intersection with Liberty Street, and six Inchei In width at It point cf Intrrsec Hon with Prospect Street, be and tba same la hereby d clared vacated. Said measurement to be made on .Ins parallel to the original Una of ssld Railroad Btr ct ss it existed prior to tbe pas-age of this act. Sac. t.Tbla Ordinance shall take effect and be la force from and after lu passage. Passed January , 1881. K. O. FULLER, Mayor. B. X. GOODWIN', Clerk. 17 PROCS-AiyTATIOlT. It ha come to my knowledge that many boys of tb village are In the habit of running after and Jumping on sleds and sleigh a they go along the streets; this Is to warn all such boys against doing so, under the penalty ot the law. E. G. FULLER, Mayor. Wellington, Jan. 4. 1SS1. 17 THEY ALL WANT IT We believe tho improvements we have made and will etill continue to make in the Enterprise, entitle us to a more liberal patronage than we have ever yet had, and as an inducement to get people to work for U8,.we offer A. set of Chambers' Cyclopaedia 15 volumes, of about 900 pages each handsomely bound in cloth, making a complete LIBRARY of universal knowledge, to any per son bringing us fifteen new sub sjiibers, with the money at $1.50 each, for the year 1881. Any per sin can, in a few hours' time, pes bjss himself of a valuable library of cost. This offer is designed to bo mado to each of the townships in this or adjoining counties, each club of fifteen to be made up within the limits of a single township. We have several sets of the Cyclo paedia now on hand awaiting claim ants. Who will come first ? hop bitters: (A Medietas), aat Drlak.) . . COXTA1X XIOP8, BfCIirj, MANDRAttK. 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G AX,!- 8SE tTS, We have some very desirable VACANT LOTS FOR SALE We hare 140 Acres of Land that can be bought on long time, ivith G per cent, interest very pleasantly located near Wel lington being A 1 dairy farm, We have 50 acres of Land in Penficld which can be bought low. Also 91 Acres in La Grange that would pay as an invest ment. Also 140 ACRES IN CAMDEN that can be bought at a bargain All Are Well Improved, Good buildings, and everything i?i good repair. We have DOUSES and LOTS IN WEIXINGTON-, ranging in price From 500 to $5,000 We can suit arty customer in price and location. &Any persoi itrishing to Sell their Iiouses or farrns would do well to see us and give vs a chance to handle their pi-operty We are alsomagents for the "Clipper " Moving Machine. Yours truly, . MORROW & Co,, Office Over Bei dict'i! 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Hoys7 suits, for 2.00, wortli S3.00. Youths' suits for 5.00, worth S7.50. Men's suits for $5.00, worth S8.00. Fine suits for $2000, worth S27.00. Pants from 1.00 to $6.00. worth more money. CTJSTOU WORK DEPARTMENT My cloths are the finest in the market; will be made up in the best of style by Mr. Everett, -who will attend to this department. A lit guar anteed. I will certainly save you money if you will givt me a ti lal. L. BOWMA1T. N. JlOTT W. B. Wooixet FURNITURE I II0YT L W001LEY. Constantly on hand Wood and Cane Seat Chairs Of aU descriptions. BEDSTEADS.MATTRESSES.SPRIXG BEOS, LiOUNliKS, FAKLOK SUITS, CENTER TABLES, Marble anil Wood ; BREAK FAST AND EXTEN- . SIOX TABLES, BUREAUS, AND STANDS A fine line of ORNAMENTAL BRACKETS. New goods, new firm. Location first door West of Bee Hive. TJXTDBLTZZXTC Made a specialty. We guarantee to keep bodies sdt reasonable lensth of time. Fine Coffins and Caskets, Shrouds, etc, kept con stantly on hand. Hearse with attendant badon short notice from the country. At) the details of funerals carefully attended to H07T & WOOLLEY, XTOTICE. Chairs of all kinds re-seated to order, with Cane, by the subscriber. Satisfaction guar anteed. ARTHUR C. DTER. West Liberty Street, Wellington. 13m The New Light Running "itomcstic !" It is i-t;i.ov :e-'geu Ly all Experts that tbe Domestic is the MODEL SEWMG MACHINE in the WORLD! It Has No Equal. : S. P. HASTINGS is our only authorized Agent at -"Wellington, Ohio. DOMESTIC SEWING MAOHUTE CO- ' "HEW I am also A pent tor the "New Home," a model of simplicity, liength and beanty. A pattern of perfection, light running, mukes very little noise, and seldom gets out of order. 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Thocsajids Tbstift to its Vibtcbs. Yon Can be Relieved and Cured. Hon"! despair rjntn yon have tried till sensible, easily " applied and Rttllcavlly JSffactual Kemedy. Bon oy aruKKisia, or sent Dy mall on receipt oa Urlce, by Send for Testlmo- Tho'Tlnlw" I i.nn- P nlals and our book. 1 "" "'6 - l Threx Millioxb jl YAB" sent free. UJa raon', alAXAGBBB V-OK T11K XoXTBTSrasT. - t-1? HUP Tonreelvea tY maklne mnoer wften a stouten chance Is oUvrvd thereby always keeping poverty from your door. Those who always take advantage of the good chance for tnakinz nioncv that are off red. ffeoerally become wealthy, while those who d not Improve such chances remain In poverty. "We want many men. women boys and ffirls to work for as ii . htm their own lot-til. ties. The bu sine will oar more than ten times ordinary wages. We furnish an expensive rut fit and til TiiHi- yon neeo. i n c. ao one wiio cusKt:! tans io make money very rapidly. 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