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usually large stock of OVERCOATS on hand, I will sell 50 Overcoats at strictly wholesale prices. ' A. It. Flflli Wh lotMep Christmas No velties. Silk and Linen Handker chiefs, Fancy and Silk Suspenders, Silk and Worsted Mufflers. As nice a line of Neckwear as can' be found THE in any city, at XLS. Paoraaas fob Scbscsisiss " Better U a dry morsel and quietness therewith, than lonjr list of subscriber who cheat the printer. Continued next week. The highest price la cuo paid tor acrap tree at Beaoett Bro. Foundry. 80 Pocket booka,1Mariee and Blank book of all kind, at Houghton's. Y can bay the Terr beet Sewinc Ma chine Neodlaa, Oil and Flxtorea of 8mrm, at Rlninjrer'a. 17 Baldwin, Ltondoo, Wlndecker A Co. Call atteatloa to their stock of Lace, and Em broidriea. . Positive barcaloa will be ctvea to cIom oat all overcoats. They must be a--Id. 18 W. W. HxmvBT. Bld1n, Laundoa, Wlndecker Co. Call attention to their large stock of ladles' GloTea and Hosiery. Ton can buy your hard coal of C. E. 8ut 1 1ff lor 17.00 rw-r ton: soft oual at 3.00 per too, all drflvered. 18 . Baldwin. L-iundoo, Wlndecker A Ho. Call pec-lal attention to their line of Black silks, the cheapest la the market. 6 FaroMtrs, If you want the blsrheatpnee la ea for j-or p-odaee, call at Baldwin, Lun doa. Wlndecker, A Co's cellar. 14 We must bav the room our overcoats occupy. Assortment fiod, would Uke less than coat for some lota t close. te W. W. Habvit. Hate yoa ued the New Roller Procras Floor made at Gallon and sold by Baldwin, Laandoo, Wlndecker A Co.? It beats everr Ihlns;. Baldwin, Laundoo, Wlndecker A Co. Call special at ention to thrlr line o BUck Caah merea, esprd lly their German Cashmeres, beat value ia the market. Making Black Bilke a vpecialitT, we are prepareJ always to fle bottoea priers. Wo Invite comparaslon with Cleveland prices. Baldwin, Laundoo.Wlndecker A Co. IL HT. Goodwin, Ins. Airt, makes a spec ialty ef writing insurance, rates aa low as the lowest. Call oo him before Insuring else where. 18 Making black and Colored Cashmeres a specially, we are prepared to aive bottom price WelnvlteeomparasloB with Cleveland prices, Baldwin, Laundoo, Wlndecker A Co. 8 R N Go idwin Is bow prepared to fur . nlsh lnsurai.ee to any amount, la standard companies, against lire, Lhtnlog-, and wind storms. 18 " LOCAX 15D KISCELLIXXOTJS. The subject of Rev. P. H. Moore's dis. course next Sunday evening will be The distinctive pie of the Disciples. "August Butt, jeweler, of Greenwich, closet his doors, Saturday evening, Cleve land creditors taking bis goods. Dr. Willitts, the lecturer, has received call to the Memorial Church, Louisville, Ky, at a salary of $8000 a year. Mr. Wn. Jord; n was a delegate from the lodra of Wellington to the meeting of "the G. A. R, held at Toungstown last week. Mr. Joseph Betta, of Pittsfleld Center, having sold his farm, will seU at his reel. )eace on Jan. 31st, a lot of farm stock and la oast-hold goods.. Pn-s Fairchild lattlv gave a lecture Wore the student of Obvrlin College upon "Ruins," being a description ot those he had seen in foreign travel. . . WW V 1 X The residence ot w m. it. toveu, ju Perkins, Sandusky County, with itt con tents, was entirely destroyed by fire on Sunday. No insurance. Loss f 2,000. Conductor B. P. Williams, of the Lake Shore railway. struck ia the head by protruding lumber, while coupling cars at 84nduky, Saturday, and was very serious ly injured. Chan. Krlchbaum, of Bolivar, O , was the suvcescful orator in the contest at Wnoster University, Saturday evening. Be also represented Wooeter at the bust State contest, and will try in the same at Marietta, in Ma:ch, this year. Silas Miller, one of the most active and Industrious men of ihe old farmer in the northwest put of the township, and now 80 years old, la in poor health, and for two months or mo.e has bten obliged to stay indoors. Rev. J. H. Vincent. D. D., during his ermon at the First M. E. Church on Sun. day evening, said tbat in all his life he had never in America seen so many children .In congregation as be saw present at the 'service at that church Sabbath morning. Akron Beacon. The New Era Mills, Oberlin, were old, Saturday, to Messrs. Denting & Rol len, who took possession Monday. Mr. Leonxrd, the former owner and proprietor, reserved a lease for five years ot that part f the mills formerly nsed as a planing mill, and all the wood-working machinery. The mills sold for $12,000. "My son, skate in the ioad, in the gut ter, on top, a picket fence, up and down a telegraph pole, over the old gentleman's bald pale anywhere but on the sidewalks. . Sidewalks are made to walk on." Now that is good, and we were just on the point cf endorsing and giving credit for it to one exchange, when we And it with equal claims to originality in another. ' Mr. Milton Adams, who is over eighty Tears of age, has been ill for two or three weeks past, suffering very much from an acute attack of kidney disease, which, in chronic form, has troubled him for years. Bis son, Lucicn Adams, or Kansas, wno lias h. en in the Eastern States for three or fuor months, reached here Friday evening, and will remain while his father is so . feeble. Thomas Davidson, wno was an oaaiy injured several weeks ago, by being buried nnder a ear load of lumber, lies at his fath . a er's ia a comparatively comfortable condi tion, at Dreseut. and within a few days has succeeded in making a slight motion of the foot in one of his paralylea nmus. Bis appetite is good, and as lie can reaa some, the conflneuient is less irksome and BUSINESS painful than it has been. Mrs. Ella Wadsworth has gone to visit her aunts', Mrs. C. W. Chapman, of Lake Breeze, and Miss H. Weston, of Lorain. John Welty, a Wayae county farmer, froze to death while in a drunken stupor, Thursday night. He leaves a fine family. Fred Brown, of Wakeman. on Sunday morning, pointed a shot gun and pulled the trigger "in fun," fatally shooting Wm. Parker, fourteen years old. Brown ia six teen. Aa usual, "he didnt know it was loaded," and is sorry; but that kind of fun ought to be so thoroughly punished that no one would point any kind of gun at an other in a thousand years, unless he did it in earnest and meant business. About thirty of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Crosier were delightfully en tertained at their residence on Taylor Street, the evening of the 18th, but not a hint was given them that it was the thirti eth anniversary of their wedding, though a few of the guests found it out as they were leaving or on their way home. Most of the guests had been present at their silver wedding, with a large party, five years before. - ' The High School boys have formed a gymnastic club of twenty members, and are fitting up the upper room in the school house for a gymnasium. (50 have already been snbscribed by private individuals to help purchase equipments. Each member pays 60 cents. D. Williams is Pres , Harry Biggs, Vice Pre, and F. L. Wadsworth, Secy. and Trees. The mechanical skill of the latter has done good service ia fitting up the room. The country people will be willing perhaps, to tee the sleighing go, if they can drive through town without a follow, ing of young mod oca catching on and pil ing over their sleighs, regardless of what ever freight they may have that is breaka ble or liable to be injured by such treat ment. There are a great many men who are not especially stylidh in their clothing when driving to mill or to market, who are nevertheless a great deal loo -fine-grained in their mental make-up to enjoy having to ride through town with a raft of rude, ill mannered, and noisy boys, every time they come here. It is a disgrace to civili sation and boasted intelligence thai such liberty is not rebuked and made impossible by proper home training. Mrs. Channcey Foote, mother of Mrs. Titus, celebrated, Saturday afternoon, her 83d birthday, by inviting in a few frirnds and old people, who were royally enter tained, and spent two or three hours very pleasantly, several sprightly old ladies proving that they had rKt lost the knack of being able to contribute to agreeable so ciability notwithstsnding their seventy-five or eighty years. Mr. Geo. Foote and fam ily, of Woodland avenue, Cleveland.chanc ed to visit his mother at that time, and apent the Sabbath here. Mrs. Foote,whoee m tid en name was Bicknell, was born and raised in Sharon, Schoharie County, N. Y, her father keeping the hotel in the tbI ley known as "Schoharie Flats;" but most of her married life was spent on a farm in Laf lyette, Medina Co., and she has lived in Wellington only about fourteen years, her husband dying here several years ago. She is still vigorous, a regular attendant at church, and seema in the quickness of her step to be about 18 years old or there about. Would not Rev. Dr. Vincent have been black with mortification, and green with envy, could he have known tbat when he was discoursing, the other night, in loity flights of oratory, and aiming to lift others' thoughts to his own mental altitude among the heights, two of bis "season ticket" au dience were groveling ia the local col umns of the last Wellington Ebtebpkise. And when they bad studiously read and inwardlv digested those nourishing per sonals, and transformed into menial and spiritual aliment the latest gossip "from the Townships," did they not further Ignore, and figuratively wither the orator on the stand by written communications and by undiitsembled manifestations or sleenv endurance of bis periods f Europe and England or California may pipe their adulations to a false prophet; unauiauqun mar be lir Dosed upon, but you can't fool a Wellington school-girl upon what in gorxi. She is not going to pay reverence to or endorse anything that la not first class, not if all the old fogies in the house seem to like it. OTJR LOCAL CORRESPOXDEXCT.. PITT8FIKI.D. nn Tnesdav evenine last, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union held a meet ing in the Town Hall, where aaaresses were delivered by Messrs Dawson, Foote. and others, interspersed with music and song. The attendance was very good, and the meeting was interesting. As Mr. Deles Sanders, of this place, was returning home from Cleveland, last Tues day, Ms tonm took fright and ran away, throwing liim out and dragging him some distnnee, when he struck against a tele graph polo, fracturing his skull, from Ihe effects of which he died tbe next clay. Rev. I M. Pounds occupied the pulpit of tbe M. E. Church, Sunday morning. M HranxGTOx. The children, grand children and other relatives of Joseph Hull, to the number of about fifty, gave him a birthday surprise party, Saturday evening the 20th, it being bis 64th birthday. But in tbe midst of the sociability, about half past seven in the evening, nnlooked for by the greater pnrt of the company. In at the front door step ped their daughter, Mary Hull,and Alonzo Lyons, preceded by E. F. Chapman. J. P, and before the company hardly knew what was up, they were "husband and wife." So it was a general surprise all around. The rest of the evening was spent very pleasantly, as such occasions always are. LORAIN. - ' The violent wind of last Sunday and Monday shook op buildings considerably, and brought exceedingly cold weather, the coldest it has been yet. 'The second Quarterly meeting was held in the M. E. Church, last Saturday and Sunday, Rev. F. M. Searles, Presiding El der, was present to conduct Ihe services. The meetings will be continued during the week by the pastor. Meetings were held in the Disciple Church, last week, by Rev. 8. E. WerU. Two were baptized in the church last Sunday eve. The two or three weeks past has been a busy time for the ice harvesters. Dave Fisher has had 23 to 30 men at work, fill ing the large houses on tbe old furnace grounds, and many private Tiouses are fill ed and sealed up for keeps. Tley say the quality of ice is rather better than that of former seasons. Two business blocks on Pen field avenue F. D. Brown's Bakery building, and J. 8. Crawford's grocery store, fell victims to tbe fire fiend, last Tuesday evening, at quarter past 10 o'c"ock. The alarm was given almost immediately, but before any thing could be done, tbe whole structure was one mass of flames. Not a man was able to enter the bakery to fight the de stroying element. As soon as it was found that the fire could not be brought under control, all bands fell to saving she goods from Crawford's grocery store, and the whole of a large stock of groceries was carried to a pi ice of safety in an incredibly abort space of time. Mr. C. lias used tbe upper story of the building and a wing ad joining as living apartments, and every thing was saved from these, even to doors, blinds, and window sash. Several other buildings caught fire several limes, but were saved by the almost super-human efforts of citizens "with buckets of water and wet blankets. Although the origin of the fire ia unknown, it is supposed to have started in Brown's bake room from a Bell stove in which a fire is usually kept during tbe night. Brown is quite fully insured, having about f 1800 on building, and $500 on stock and tools. AMr. C. has $1800 on building and nothing on stock. Lorain folks say: Where is our fire de partment A Surprise. Mrs. J. II. Woolley was the victim of a little conspiracy, lat Friday afternoon, which took her completely by surprise Detained by a visitor in one part of the house and then summoned to the parlor by a caller, she was astonished to find it filled with ladies, seated, with wraps laid aside as If prepared to stay, who proved to be her sister officers of the Missionary and Aid society. An errand to the kitchen shortly after; showed that they had made provision for an elegant banquet, and as neighbors or friends dropped in till the house was full, this appeared to have been wise forethought. Mr. Woolley came home to tea, and was just in time to be present when Mrs. W. R. Santley, In be half of the ladies associated with Mrs. WoolW as officers of the society, present ed her, as a slight momento of their appre ciation of her services as their president for the last two years, a handsome toilet set, a large cushion, and bottles covered with blue satin, decorated with fine lace and hand.painting. Mrs. Woolley did not make any speech at that time, but bt be fore the company rose from tbe table after refreshments, fittingly expressed her ap preciation of the spirit which prompted the happy occasion. At the annual meet ing, three weeks ago, Mrs. Woolley was re-elected President. The re-building and furnishing of the church in the lust two years have imposed heavy burdens upon the society, and a great deal of unrequited labor has been done wh ch cannot be eith er fully appreciated or suitably rewarded But an occasional hint of recognition of faithful service does not come amiss mid much tbat is disheartening in unpaid labor that carries along all benevolent and much of tbe other work for humanity and the support of christian enterprises. To the Business Men of Wellington. We, the undersigned Company have tak en pains to thoroughly canvas your people for the purpose of getting an expression of ihe feeling towards the erection of gas works in your town, and we are happy to be able to inform you that it ia quite favor able to tbe project, as much so as could be expected in the short time elapsed since the subject was first mentioned. While your City Council are willing to do all they can to aid the cause and build up another improvement in your midst, there is not, (owing to the matter of gas not being thought of at tbe time of your annual levy) sufficient funds in their cus tody to warrant them in lighting your streets by our system of gas, and they do not like to assume the entice responsibility without some backing from those who have to aid in the expense, and we ask you to signify to them your approval In the project, after they are satisfied we are asking a reasonable price for the light. We propose to set good substantial iron posts with" improved lamps,(or we will uti lize the latter now up, paying the town for them, and thereby saving them that much expense) at whatever places. the council may desire, and will light and extinguish them, for which we ask the sum, of $1.50 per poet per month for fifty lamps, or $1 25 each for 100. Tbe light we guarantee to be equal to any now in use for all purpo ses, and superior to coal gas, and tbe price asked is below the average taken from a list of 900 gas companies, which is a trifle above $1.75 per post, some of them run ning to $3.50, though this last is excep tional. If we can secure a contract for 50 or 60 lamps from the town, we will be jus, titled in commencing work soon as frost will permit. In estimating the cost of lighting streets, it is well to take into con. aideralion the security to individuals that a good light gives over a poor one. Thieves and slugs do not like the light, and it is when they can meet you in some dark cor ner that they get their work in. You may have so far escaped and are not now trou bled with such rogues, but you oanoot KU when your time la to come until, (to speak figuratlvely)'it is too late to lock the-barn.' Kespectfully, NatioU5' Gas Works Constriction Co. Inane Munloeh, M -rnstoWo, O .says: BrowB,sIroiBit'ercure'i me of eak ness, loss vl appetiw aud dyspepsia," A u.acru-jn) ort Pnlilic Charity. I bo'd bea'a in my ban." bejjan Broi her Gardner, a the triangle soivudod and i uuel .-hi laid aside hia harmoni can. "I hold heah & letter from one of de charitaalo societies of Detroit axin' if disclub c:ia be depen.led on to aid in de rool work dis winter. In sartin cases Uis club kin be depended on fur a tou of coal, a cord of wood, a b:r'l of flour or a ten-dollar bill. In sartin o Ider cfl-sos dis club won't come down wid as much as a shinglo-nail. Public charity in dis ken try am a corns thing. "It insists da, cbery man shall airn his own tibia', an' den it turns in an sup ports de class who will starve sooner dan work. "It am do enemy of whisky, an yet as soon as whisky makes a pauper it supports him. It flatters de man who gits a few dollars ahea I. and yet derunuds a shuer of dat money o aid de idle an dissi pated. Public charity comes as near bein' a bold-faced fraud as any sentinieut you can name. It ene urVes l&zinesr by providin'- fur do fiudis of drunkards. It encourages immorality by providin homes an nospitals for de immoml. It encourages the spendthrift by feedin an' clothin' him all wiutcr arter he has squandered his money all similar. Public charity am a wall n:in which dc reckless, de lazy, de shiftless an' de dis solute lean when all odder props give way. Simmer it down, and public charity means takin' de money which a man has saved by hard work an' economy an' nsin it to support de man who has squandered time an' money widout a car as to what' beoama of him. It am blackmail on in dustry it am a slap at economy it am a kick at industry. How does it come dat wid dis kentry constantly growin' in wealth, anil constantly furnishing in creased chances for poo' men to get itiong, dat pauperism am also incrcasin' ? Kight-tenths of de saloons ia America am supported by man whose families need ebery cent dey airn fur clothin' and bread An' who rely on public charity in case of a hard winter. Do kentry has five times as man v paupers as it ha I ti teen y'sws ago! vVhy? Kase we raise fire titu-s ns much money to support 'em. Don lo de aruo.int oi the poo' fund an you will double do numoer of pau pers! " An' now let me ask you a plain qneshun. If I work hard week la an' week out if my wife works hard an' economizes if we patch, dam. dye an cut ober if we buy cheap tea an' coffee an' pare de 'tat era close, an manage to pay for a little home, an put money in do bank for sickness or de ith. has any human bein a right to ask me to give oue penny to a man who - has thrown away scores of dollahs for beer and to bacco who plays keerds an shakes dice fur money who works only when he feels like it who neber dreams of econ omy who neber practices self-denial? I reckon notl Let us now turn our faces towards de rowtecn of bizness." Frm Procr.e-hn is or Lime Kiln CVu-5, in De troit Fi c Prtta. Gambling la High Life. Gambling is bet-"ouiingone of the great features of Washington social life. There are so many wealthy citizens of leisure settling in Washington aa a winter rcsidonce that it is not very sur prising that gambling should become a leading amusement with people who have plenty of money and little to do. There is but- little interest in Congres sional proceedings, the main attraction in towu is centered iu the social features of the s -asort. The other night a sen sational statement was telegraphed out saying that a Justice of the Supreme Court hal heen seen in a faro bank ia this cityau I that hi had spent tba night there fighiing the tig-jr. This story was np' its taje an a isiirdity. Tnere are s-vera I me libera of the Supreme Court who do not object to a game of cards when pretty free stakes are used, but there is not one who would dare to ven ture in a public, gambling house Be sides there would be no need. At the hot-Is, the clubs an I la many private circles there are opportunities for quiet gambling for any oilicial without run-, ning the neddles) risk of any public olaco an l consequent scand aL At a fashionable dinner party given at the house of l.ieutenent km jry. of the navy, last week, roulette was intro li'ced in ,h j evening. The evening was devoted to this game in imitation of the Frenih fashion. ' The betting was limited to two dollars, but even this gives an opportunity for much money to cliauare aands. In no place in the country are heavier poker gaums p ayed than are played at Washington dunng the past few years. Atex-vlin-ister Scheiiek's, a game is regularly p ay.-d twoor three times a week, where tint ante is five and the limit is fifty dol lars. Senator Moa Ca neron has bis ae .atorial pay sent to hs house ever uonth in silver dollars. They are used as p ker chips. This fashion has been adopte I by a few other poker-loving Senators who have incomes in lependent of tlu-ir o lluial pay. The t'aliforoiaand Neva la Senators used to em-iloy gold pi -ci's ranging from rive to fifty dollars as chips. In the public gambling houses no ollieials ever go, except an occasional snail bureau Oiilcial. or a Western or Southwestern Congressman. The rank and tile of Congressmen can go where, and do what they please, without being deemed of suHicient importance to make talk. -At the Metropolitan Club playing for mon-y is ono of the recognized fea tures. Playing on credit is only tolerated where there is a prompt settlement ev ery week. Members who omit to pay up are posted upon the bulletins of the Club. This is a marked change from the early days of wide credit In playing. It is related that a member was observed one morning to look very much depressed and worn. He was asked what was tho matter. Up all night, roker," was the replr. Lose much?" Six thou sand dollars." Then he added with a sigSu " and the worst of It Is fifteen dol lars of it was actual cash." If atting ton for. Milwaukee Itrpublican. A remarkable accident happened in the foundry of the Heading (Pa.) Hard ware Company, where ninety me are employed, a few days ago. The atmos phere outside was dense, and all the windows were tightly closed. Suddenly a large quantity of sulphur aud gas was driven out of the opening in the cupulo among the workmen. Ten liecame deathly sick and dropped to the floor at once. Tho others began vomiting, and complained of severe pains in tae stom ach and head. Two were nnconscious, and remained ia that condition for some time. Men were lying disabled in every direction, about seventy being affected. Work was suspended the next day,- i fiic-igo Time. It is estimated that every brick in a building at Winnipeg, now ia progress, will cost ten cents MARRIED. BRADLBY ULTNN. At . I'ittSneKJ, On Thursday even inc. Jan. 18. bv Rev. W. W. Foote, assisted by Rev. W. C Daw son, at me oieiaouisi parsonage, jar. Henry Bradley, of southeast Camden, to Miss Sarah Glynn, daughter of Mr. H. uiynn, or rittsneia. And so do Others. A gentleman of Swedesboro, N. J., says: "I have taken 'Kennedy's Favorite Remedy' for kidney complaint, and with the best re sults." So have thousands of other folks. Those who know "Favorite Remedy" never think of taking anything else for kidney consr plaint, blood diseases, rheumatism, and scores of common ills. . It lsa household friend, and costs von only one dollar to put a bottle on your shelf.' "Fa write Remedy" never falls. Dr. David Kennedy, Roudnnt, N.T. ' " ' 18-3 When Frank Gaus, of Ne wars, N J , went home tho other evening his boots were damp, and he found difficulty in removing them from his feet.' He called a gentelman In the house to his assist ance. Gaus aat on a chair, and the man look hold of a boot -nd gsve sudden jerk, causing the wearer to sl'p from hia seat, and striking his back on the chair his spinal column was injured, i.nd he may die. - If wives d dn't make such an awful fuss when their husbands attempt to go to bed with their b ota on, each terrible accidents would not occur. " Wonderful, But True. There Is no case of Piles that Hilton's Great English Pile Ointment, will not cure. . Gme to the drug store of Woos ter & Adams, Wellington, O., aud in quire about it. If you have blind, bleed ing or Itching Piles, try It. . On ay pli cation will relieve tou. 60c. Use' Pr. Qulnn's Irish Liniment. lljc Sleepers: A sleeper is one who sleeps A sleeper ia that in which the sleeper sleeps. - A sleeper Is that oa which the sleeper which carries the slecpei while he sleeps runs. Therefore, while tbe sleeper sleeps tn the sleeper, the sleeper carries the sleeper over the sleeper onder the sleeper until the sleeper which car ries the sleeper jump off the sleepei and wakes . the- sleeper ia the sleeper by striking the ale per under the sleeper, and there is no sleeper la the sleeper oa the sleeper.' ' Are Tou Exposed To malarlxl Influences? th'-n ' protect your system by using Parker's Gingii Tor.lc. It strengthens the liver and kidneys to throw off malarial poisons, and is good for general debility aud nervous exhaustion. Mea and women before marriage, are as figures and ciphers. The woman is the cipher and counts for nothing till she gets the fig re of a husband besides her. when the becomes of importance herself and adds tenfold to the tarn of bis. But this it must be observed only occurs when she gets and remains on the right side of him, for when she shifts from this posi tion, he returns to his lesser estate, and she to her origin l insignificance. It works .wonders upon the digestive apparatus. Zofksa. act.- as a geutle pur gative, cures dyspepsia, removes lan guor and low spirits, gives energy and capacity tor work. A young lady, at an evening party some time ago, lound it apropos to use the expression, "Jordan is a hard road to travel;" but thinking it too vulgar, substituted tbe following: Perambulat ing progTTssion in pedestrian excursion along the tar famed thorough fare of for tune, cast up by tbe banks of the spark ling river of Palestine, is indeed attend ed with a heterogeneous conglomeration of unforseen difficulties. THAT n.CKING COUGH can be so quick Iv cured by ch lob's Cure. We Kauraulne It For sale b J. W. Uouirbton. , WILL YOTJ BUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Snilob's Vitalizer is roar anteed to cure yoa. For sale by J. W. Hough ton. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terriitln cough Sblloh's Cure Is remedy for you. For sale by J. W. Houghton. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath st-cured by 8bikb' Catarrh Remedy. Price M cents. , .Nssal Injector free. . For sale by J. W. Uouxhion. - FOR LAME BACK.aide or Chest use 8hilcVs f umus Piat-ter. Price 25 cents. For sale by T.-W. Houghton. dHILOH'8 COUGH and Consumption Cure ia sold by us oo a Kuanntee. It cures con sumption. Fur sale r J. W. Houghton. SUILOH'S VTTALIZEtt is what you need for Consumptlou, Lots of Appetite, Disluesa and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 75 cents - per bottle. For sale by J. W. Houghton. CROUP, WHOOPING COUCH and Bron chills immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Fur sale by J. W. Houghton. THE SIA-RTETTS. Clieeae. We quote, buying (naked) 10Ullc; billing (boxed) llcalSc. Shipments for Week EKDtxo J ah. S3, Cheese. . .2,657 boxes. 96,745 pounds. 1 Butter. . . 802 pkgs. 18,363 pounds. Graiu. Flour aud Feed. CORKBCTXD BY VaJJCLBBV, FlSHBB, it Co. Flour, per sack (49 lbs).. 1.60 2.13 Buckwh't flour, per cwt. 4.50 Graham flour, per cwt. . 3.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt.... 1.60 2.00 , Chop, per cwt. 1.60 .... Middlings, per cwt 1.23 1.50 Shorts, per cwt 1.13 .... Bran, per ton 17 . 00 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75 .... Clover Seed, per bush.. 6.73 7.15 Timothy Seed, per bush. 1.73 2.25 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.55 0.63 Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.53 0.63 Oats, per bUBh 0.85 0.45 Wheat, per bush 0.90 0.93 Hay, per ton 8.00 9.00 General Produce. Co&aaoTBD BY BaXDWI. LaUXXH) & Co. Butter, dairy, per B f0.23 0.23 Butter, creamery, per fl. 0.80 0.40 Chickens,dressed,perll. 0.0S 0.10 Eggs, per doa 0.23 .... Beef, per cwt 6.00 6.00. Ham, smoked, per B... 0.10 0.12 Potatoes, per bush 0.50 0 73 Apples, green, per bush. 0.00 1.00 Apples, driod, per lb. ... 0.06 .... Tallow, per lb 0.06 Hides, per lb 0.06U Wool per lh 0.83 0.83 tyBring your Job Printing to the Enterprise office. We are constantly adding new styles and novelties, arid can give you as good a job as you can get ia the city. Try us. Fruit and Ornamental Trees. I would respectfully announce to my old patrons and friends tbas I am per manently located in Wellington, ana am prepared to furnish all kinds of fruit, shade and ornamental frees and shrub bery to order. I shall canvass my old territory this winter and hope tbose de siring anything In my line will bold their orders till I have an opportunity to call uDon them. Orders for orna mental trees and shrubbery will receive especial attention. 11 U. W. Bakes. Brown Bros., Washington Court House, say : "Our patrons praise tbe curative curative qual-tie and tonio properties f Brow ii fs Iron It I iters." o 2TOTZCS. THE STATE OF OHIO, 1 in the COURT OF iMMun loustt, ss. ) uuaauii ruua HATTIE ATWEIX. Plaintiff; AOAIXST GEORGE H. ATWELL Defendant. PETITION FOR DIVORCE. THE defendant, Geoiye H. AtweU, win take notice thst toe plaintiff hss Sled in the office of the Clerk of asld Court, her application for jsi.uiie. Sa.d oetition chame the defendant with gross neglect of duty in failing to provide for plaintiff a Dome, iooo, doming, care ana nursing wnne pick, snd with extreme craeltv in tskina' her chUdren from her without her knowledge and secreting mem, sna in attempting to nee with them to we State of Tennessee, and taking the son, UsrtJ 1, to ssid State sgainst ber wishes. Said petition saks for the custody of ssid chil dren. Harry L. and Nellie AtweU. Also for rea sonable alimony. bald petition will be for hearing at any term of ssia loan arter six weeks rrom tnis oats. January 16, 188S. HATTIE ATWELL. By J. H. Dicksox, her Attorney. 18tS Divorce XTotice. THE STATE OF OHIO, I IN THE COURT OF Louis Cocstt, ss f COMMON PLEAS. JOHN N. INMAN : Plaintiff, AO ACV ST LCCT A. INMAN Defendsnt. THE defendant, whose snpposed residence is st St. Louis. Mo., will take notice thst the above named plaintiff Sled hia petition in the Clerk's Office of said Court January 9, A. D. 1883, praying for a divorce. Ssid petition chsrges defendsnt with willful a bee Dee for three years laat past and gross neeiect of duty; for which csuses he prsys for s divorce from ssid defendant. Ssid cause will be for hearing st the January Term, A. D. 1883, of ssid Court, or ss sooa thereafter ss the asms can be heard. W. F. HERRICK, 17tS Attorney for Plaintiff. Purniture ATT H0YT & VOOLLEY'S will be found a full line of Furniture, consisting of CHAMBER AHD PARLOR SUITS, Chairs of every description, Beds from $3.50 to $25. The best stock of upholstered Lounges ever iu Wellington. We also keep a full line of COFFINS & CASKETS both wood and cloth covered, Shrouds, etc. We guarantee to keep bodies intrusted to our care any length of time, and will stake our reputation as undertakers on this assertion. IIOYT & WOOLLEY A Common-sense Bemedy. SALICYLICA. No more Rheumatism Gout or Keiiraleia. Zszeiiata Eelief Warranted. Per:..!.. Cut Bwutsel. tVB TSARS STABLISHBD AltD 1VBK KMOWX to vau. in ASMGXscAaa.ACCTa or ch noma RlrlB TO ALL PROMUTRHT PHTSICIAXS 1XD DRUGGISTS TOR THM STARTS UCO OF SALICYLICA THE ONLY DISOLVEROt THE POISON OU I RlC ACID VVHIUH EXIST" IS THE HI.OOOOF KhEUMATIC AND GOUrY PA TIENTS. SALIiYLlCa ia known asacommon-seDs remedy, bemuse It strikes directly at the cause of Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, white so many o-cailet specifics and sup posed panaceas only best locally the effects. It has neen conceded by eminent scientists that outward applications, such as rubbing with oils, ointments, liniments, and soothing lotions will not eradicate these disease which are the result of the poisoning of the blood with l"ri- Acid. SALICYLICA works with marvelous effect on this acid and so removes the disorder. It is now exclusively used bv all celebrated phy sicians of America snd Europe. Highest Medl calAcademy of Paris repoits 05 per cent cures in three days. that SALICYLICA Is a certain cure for Rheo-mali-m, Uout and Neuralgia. Tbe most in tense pains are subdued almost Instantly. Gl ve It a trial. Relief guaranteed or money refunded. Thousands of testimonials sent on applica tion. (1 a Box, 6 Boxes for 15. Sent free iy mail mi m-eipt ! money. AiK YOUR DRUGGIST FOB It. But do not be deluded Into taking Imitations or substitutes.or something recommended ss "Just ss good!" Insist on tbe genuine with tbe name of WA8U BURNE dc CO., on each box.wnich is guaranteed cbemlcaily pure un der our signature, an indlepenslble rrquivite to Insure success In the treatment. Take no other, or send to us. 13-ly WAiHSURNEokCOnPoprletors, 387 Broadway, cor. Reads St., Nw York. Tot $s4 r H, O. STARR A Co. AGENTS WANTED To sell oar Household Articles. One Agent made $105.00 in one week. One made $ 10.00, another $17.65, another $23 50 in one day. Sell on sight. Boxing and Freight Charges Free, One County given to each Agent. Address for circular, eb. VIENNA MANUF-G CO. pTyl 290 Main St, Cincinnati. O. Honsekeepers, Attention! Grand opportunity to obtain house keeping goods on a cash .basis. For the next few weeks we shall devote especial attention to this department. Having just received a large invoice of these goods, consisting in part of Lace Bed Sets, Quilts, Blankets, Bed, Table, Stand and Piano Spreads, Table Linens in entirely new paterns, Lunch Cloths, Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Toweling, we say to those in need of the above named goods, it will be to your advantage to call early and make your selections. In looking over our stock we find we have 37 Double and 14 Heavy Beaver Shawls, which we will not carry over if low prices will close them. All wool double Shawls $4.50, $5.00, and $5.75. Beavers $2.75,' $3.50, $5.00, and $7.50. N. B. Thursday, Jan. 11th, we will open the largest and choicest line of Hamburg Embroideries ever shown in this city. MLORK, JOPP i Co. EOESE COLLAKS. I have engaged the services the State of Ohio, and now have a enable me to fit any size horse largest. A collar that will fit perfectly, terial is a difficult thing to find. Mb. E. S. Mead, of "Wooster, Ohio, has a wide reputation for the excellence of his make of Collars, and I have secured his services to make pleased to show my customers who examination will certainly result R. S. MEAD, Woosteb, Ohio. THERE'S MUSIC IN THE AIR. GREAT ItEDTTCTIOPT - OKV -PRTCTisa A.T THE NEW STOR.E OP In Winter Goods, Dolmans, Cloaks, Plushes, Velvets, Waterproofs, Boots and. Shoes, Hats and Caps, and Clothing. Now is the time to buv chean eoods. Our -nrl v. and close, that our customers should for the big profits and great amount We never imitate. therefore our lamps will be kept trimmed and burning until 8 o'clock cuxvi (a.r.uiuajr ' 'gLixB longer. BALDWIN, LAUIIDON VlflDECIlER & CO To tlx Wra,a.e : Having the largest stock of Dress Goods in Lorain County, we are prepared to ' if ei? tfee Best Bagrata I These goods were purchased prices, consequently we are VJUT BLUCJS. COU818C8 in paiX Ot Tllack Silks, Slack and Colored Cashmeres, Mil liard Cloths, Shoodahs, Dress Flannels, Tlushes, YeUels, Sattns, White Goods, Xinens, Cloaks, Shawls, Slankels, Corsets, Gibbons, Xaces, etc. In our department of Ladies' Underwear & Children's Dresses our stock ig complete and at moderate prices. We request customers to compare our prices with any prices that may be had from Jleveland, knowing the compari son will be to our advantage. 'BALDWINj laundon, WINDECKER fc CO. of one of the best collar-makers in stock of Collars on hand that will or mule, from the smallest to the set easy, and made of good ma up a large stock, which. I shall be will favor me with a call. An in a purchase. Sole Agent for Wellington. thank us for it, and not we them oi money we have made off them. from first hands at yt-ry low prepared to sell them cheao.