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Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1883, BUSIXESS LOCALS, Otterbacher Milt Uio hor blank' at UcuiU, 13 Wmio-A ajlrt la lo (uoeral housework. Inquire at Utl offioe. ' boyi1 wrapper and drawer, fiftato Mat cfc at FUco'. 13 Oolj U cent for Uo hone blanket, at Otterbacher'. Itamlo Book for Ilollda Gift at TJouKh'on'tDru: and Book Store. ' GIjto and oaUleni at eot, at Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndsckar A Co.'. IS Plenty of Sawdutt at the Mill, cheap Store Wood at the Saw MM. 1113 noaghton hae drawing paper for arutta and builder, aollable for working plan. Boy' and men' fur cape Tory cheap at Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker Co. a. 18 We hare a few more dosuni of thoae doable ara mltlant two pair for a quarter. A.M.tHca. Caorria, call at E. Benedlot'e and hit all atoel and celebrated Wetmore Axe., Every ax warranted. 13 , Jut received, another lot of thoae floe Dwueatlc for ChrUtma -8. P. Haat Ings, . ' - - 13 , Tor Sale or Rant, a d waiting houae on John atreek Immediate poaaeaaloa irlrea. Inquire ot N. hucklne. . 1313 ' Come and aee what attraeUre thing for Little Folk are to be aeon at Houghton', bought tor the Holiday Trade. Chrlatmaa Card In great Variety, with all the eholceat deelfrat, at Boughton' Dmg and Book Store. Don't netfect a cold. lU Peerlea Cough Syrup I a aura cure. H. G. Starr A Co. lioaghtoa haa a new and Bne aaaortment ot fountain pen at prtcea that thoae deetr Inn on can afford. - J Call at X. Benedict' If you wish to ae a flne line ot Hon Blanket and Robe at ... A reduced price. Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker t Co. are .. . . . III ..iMLk atcmiaa tojciT osntiu ui "" the nation, to reduce itock before Invoicing. Great reduction In the price of Rood, at AuaUn'a. Everything narked down. New Cbrlttma good. Cora and aee. ' ISti 'Great reductlona la boot and aboee, preparatory to atock taking. U Baldwin, Laundon, W Indecter A Co. Gammed aewapaper wrapper y hast ing for paate or mucilage, bealde are cleaner and neater. Call at Houghton'e for them S A Job lot ot boy' and men'e acarlet and Scotch wool underwear at manufacturer' price, at Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker A Co.. : 18 A T aland ChrUtma preaent for many would be one ot Otterbacher nice trunk or bag, or a pair ot thoae warm winter glore or mitten. - ' W Velvet (tipper tor holiday preeenU; a full - line ' of ladles', men', boy and children' at Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker au'i.-; . v .. ,lS ' , R. x. Goodwin, In. Agt, make a pee lalty of wriUeg Insurance, ratea as low aa the lowest. . Call oa bin before Insuring else- . . . IK wnere ; . , 'A full line of rubber, boot and hoe la all the best brands. Get our price before you bay theee foods. ' 18 Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker A Co. ' R. Jt. Goodwin I now prepared to fur nish Insurance to any amount, In standard eamoaalea. aoalnet fire, l'jihtning, and wind torra. 16 We have a few pair each or. men's and boy boots old atock that are- being aold at halt the former price. 13 - Baldwin, Laundon, 'Wmdecker A Co. "Mast sty It' the nlceet thing 1 ever used for the teeth and breath." ssy every oue having tried Teaberry,' the new toilet cem. Get a aample at Wooaler A Adams. 1314 Don't fall to aee thoae beautiful embroidered slippers at price which will MIVUIIU 1 wu IS Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker A Co. "Thoae In want ot House Furnishing Hardware, will do well to call and examine and buy the aame of J. H. WooUey. He doee not propose that any house (hall sell better goods or for leas money. " US Owing to the lateeea of the aeaaon, Otterbacher will dlspes ot his fine stock of Buffalo robes, Ltp robes and Hone blankets at extremely low price tor the next thirty Ammm run! and aumlne theae roods snd n,t mice. WW So Mist write u of the merit ot Z rasa, from the West, Canada, the East and . . . . . i . AlMtiiMiM nf T.lr BUWO, UlVf w I ira w. w.a.K Trouble, of Dyspepsia, of Unlary Troubles, Chronic Headache, etc but we cannot pnb llah thea any drug store keep Zorxsa. 1314 Takmbs If you want the best Brbed Wire made, please eaU at J. it. Woollej'a Eardwar Store, and It will give him pleas ure to ehow the good, the barb 1 ao ad. Justed aa aot to tare the Bean of the animal or pull wool irom aneep. . w Vane, Calvert A Co', celebrated Pure Ready Mixed fatnta can be found at the Uardwar Store of J. H. Woolley, which he will warrant to be equal In durability and covering capacity lo any Paint made in the State, Thoae having painting to do will please call and axamin for themselves. This palut U warranted to give aatU'actlon. 28 "A Wide Awake Druggist. r . T W K J ... r.k tnwm la .I.., wlM ewaka In hia business and spare tio fiatns to secure the bt of every arilcle n hit line. He nsieMir1 the agency for the cek'bratn I Dr. King' New Dis covery for ConsumptioD. Tne only certain enre known tor Consumption, JHigha, CoW, Hcarsenesa, Asthma, Hay Fever. Bronchitis, or any affection of the Thrwai and lngs. 8oM. on a po-iilve guarantee. Will give you a trial I . I . D.m... alA SI fitY Slvl ' Thotuands Say So. -Mr. T. M. Atkins, Olrard, Kansas, write : "I never heslute to recorn-nx-nd yonr Electric Bitter to my custo mers, Uiey gUe entire aatislactlon and are r ld 11t." Klectrlo Biters, are the piireat and best tutdlclne known and will positively cure Kidney and Liver coniplainu. Purifythe bluod and reg ulate the bowels. No family can afford to be without tliem. They will sare liuodred of dollar tn Uvctnr's bills every year. told at fifry ceiU a bottle by J. W, Uoughton. Sljl ' ' Bneklan'a Arnica Salve. . The grea et medical m.dfr of the woild. Warranted to speedily cure Jlu, n, . Bruii, Cut.. Ulcers, Salt Khpiim, F ver Sores, Cancer. Pile. t.iiKruina norus. T-tUT. Chapped Hands, ai.d all Wlu ntpUons, gnaran- teod to VltTy vei V insw.in.-e, ur uiune j refunded. 25 cents per box. For sale by J. IV. Houghton. : . 29jrl ' 0- I LOCAL AND MISCELLASEOCS. Mr. EJ. Wert haa just returned from ten days' trip to St. Louis. Newton P. Ward, of Elyrla, was mar. ried at Tiffln, Nov. 2Sth, to 'Miss Lucy Fleet Let the people of the M. E. church cordially respond to the call of the "Basy ket Social." B. B. Ilerrlck took first premium on dairy cheese at the late convention held in Cincinnati. M. Crosier, W. Metcalf and J. Roser, attended the butter and egg convention in Cincinnati. Model for Furra fin's new machine left for New Tork on car 804, Wednesday, Dec. 5,1883. Please bear in mind the social In the M. . church, on Frldu evening. Or chestra music, fcc. Funnan's Gaiuing Power Machine Is for the benefit of the laboring class. Geo. Furutan, Rochester, Ohio. Every one come out next Friday even ing, and enjoy the fun at the social, Good music in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wadsworth have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon at Hornellsvllle, N. Y. The wedding festivities at 8. D. Ba con's Tuesday evening, of last week, were highly enjoyed by those in attendance. The toy pistol and lockjaw killed Geo. Smith, at Jamestown, N. Y., the boy wounding his hand Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Kate Dounton, of Philadelphia, haa come to spend some time with her sisters, Mrs. Nast and Mrs. W. R. Santley. The Baptist church, of Huntington, celebrate their fiftieth anniversary to-day with memorial services morning and even ing. The CC C & I. Ryn have arranged (or reduced rates daring the holiday sea son. Posters will be issued soon giving full particulars. II. B. Hamlin came from Waudena, Minn., last week, and Monday started back taking his mother for a visit to his new home In the West The C C. C Ss I. R. R. Co. have bought a pair of track scales which will be put In immediately. This will be a great con venienoe tc shippers as well as to the rail road company. The brick pumping and engine houre of N. Hack Ins Jt Co. is completed and will keep the W. & L. E. water-tarrk full from which the. supply for the flouring mill is obtained. The family of Geo. Ettris, of Lorain, were poisoned by some enemy putting ar senic in the well. Not long ago their cow was poisoned and later the calf. The family did not die. A number of first-class farmers from this place attended the Farmer's Institute, held in Elgin, last week, and were well pleased with the lecture and discussions on various subjects. Mayor Herrick, in company with his son, M. T. nerrick, of Cleveland, started Thanksgiving day on a western tour, and will visit his son, Roselle, and family, at Colony, Kansas, before hia return. The Wellington Milling Company an nounce that they have begun running their mill this, Wednesday, and are prepared to supply customers with flour, feed, and everything in their line in any quantity desired. A delay in receiving some portions of brjiler and engine baa prevented the Mill ing Co. resuming operations until today. With everything in aa flne order as any mill in the State, they cannot do but a suc cessful business. ' "A few stereotyped business cards on our first page became so injured thst we were obliged to omit them this week. They will be re -set in better style for our next issue and we will make up the dif ference to our advertisers. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Harris are vis iting her brother, Geo. Bacon and family, neasaAdrian. Michigan, and after their re turn will settle to housekeeping In the neighborhood whore the bride has always lived, which will please their friends. D. A. Willard, with his harp, Mueller with bass viol, Walter Hall, violin, Geo. Sbrreder, flute, Fred Allen, cornet, Eph. Collins, clarinet, played four beautiful pieces of music while the audience were awaiting the hour for Dr. T aim age's lec tori lo begin. The milling company have put In a pair of hopper scales, situated under the platform, into which a man can empty bis bags of wheat from the wagon, weigh it, and then a valve is pulled and the wheat la run to an elevator which delivers it into Jttl any of the bins desired. Mr. Daniel Hasted has been seriously ill, resulting from a slight cut on one of his feet, on which erysipilas supervened, owing to a previously bad condition of hia blood and which nearly cost him bit life. We are, glad to report a decided improvement and returning health. The beautiful mild weather which has prevailed this fall still continues and while some of our merchants have to regret lack of trade on account of it, the people will save many dollars in wood and va rious articles of clothing, and it is a bo nanza to all classes of laboring men. - Rev. Lucius C Smith, a graduate ot Baldwin University, and son-in-law of E. C. Grlswold, of Elyria, has been several years preaching and teaching In Copalbo, Caldera, and Santiago Chili, under the Missionary Rev. Wm. Lay lor, bnt has now with the latter's concurrence been appoint ed to a simitar work in Orizaba, Mexico. About 120 people came irom Lodi to the Talmage lecture. They came march ing Into town led by their brass band and took supper, part at the American House, and some at the Methodist church parlors, where the ladies were serving refreshments at their regular meeting. Very good look ing people those Lodi and 8pencer lecture goers. There will be a fair held on Friday evening. Dec 21st, in the Sunday. School rooms and parlors of the Congregational church, at which entertainment there will be on sale fancy articles and dolls of all sizes dressed in the very latest fashion. One of the principal features of the even ing will be a broom drill,' participated in by thirty young misses. A loan exhibi tion and an art gallery will also be in con nection. There will be .refreshments served. Admission 10 cents. Doors open at? o'clock. ' A woman in Brighton, whose name we did not learn, was found desd in an outhouse near her dwelling. An inquest wss held by Henry Wood, Esq., acting a Coroner, the Jury finding a verdict that deceased came to her death by Injuries In flictetV by herself in trying to procure an abortion. Myron T. nerrick has come into pos session of all the claims against John Hay and Samuel Mather, sons-la law and exec utor of the estlte ot the late Amasa Stone, of Cleveland, an aggregate amount ef 9170,711, It being mostly stock of the Kansas Roiling Mill Co. which collapsed some time ago and in which Mr. Stone was a prominent stockholder. If Mr. Herrick succeeds in making these claims good against the estate, it will be quite a bonanza for him financially, and a good In trot! net ion to legal practice. Wellington la watching her boya and Is Interested In their success. As will be seen by notice etsewhfre in these columns, the firm of D. C Foote & Co. has been dissolved, Mr. Foote retir ing. We much regret this action on the part of the latter gentleman, aa he haa proved himself a citizen of excellent quail ties those hich are necessary to the pros perity of every town. His popularity has won for the firm a large and staple trade, which will hereafter be superintended by E. E. Parker, of Wellington. Mr. Foote will leave here the latter part of this month. having several propositions under consid eratinn for business engagements else where. Huron Reporter. There is nothing more encouraging to people who do not particularly admire their own faces than to visit Sawtcll's gal lery and see whst ideal pictures he makes of their acquaintances. If the photograph does not swear falsely these rapt maidens all might make a book as easily as they do crimp their locks. The matrons would mostly psss tor real maidens, and the men be mistaken for Senators and Statesmen, so gentle and lovely or so profoundly wise are they made to appear. The crudeness of youth and the wrinkles of age alike vanish before hia re-touching skill, and native short-comings a muddy complex ion, or a pimply skin are no obstacles If there be only plumpness, a good outline, and a tailor-made suit If he makes one so good-looking that bis best friends are grim with envy, they do not mention the flattery but get some of themselves soon as possible, and take the compliments these in turn Inspire as if all were genuine. Talmage'g Lecture. The crowded state of our columns pro- vents our giving more than a brief notice of Dr. Talmage's lecture which was well patronized. He discoursed from the sub. ject "Disagreeable People,' one fruitful in humorous suggestions and made very en tertained from first to last. The weaknesses and foibles even of well-intentioned people were so univer sally and so well described that sooner or later everyone could see his neighbor so clearly aa to be highly edified. The Doctor has the dramatic instinct and many elements of power that ac counts tor the wonderful hold be haa on hia large audience in Brooklyn, and for his popularity as a lecturer. It must be said, however, that his unconventional style and many eccentricities he is indebt ed largely for his success; the average man preferring to be amused while be is being taught. But for the qualities above mentioned it is hard to see how a man of so many faults of rhetoric and elocution could long hold the respect and attention of the public His exhuberant fancy and vivid imagination makes him fruitful in surprises and does much to supplement a lack of the more solid qualities that be long to a well balancen, scholarly thinker and speaker, on whose wisdom and judg ment the world delights to rely, Wellington Public Schools. The following table gives by schools, the enrollment, tardiness and per cent, of daily attendance for the month of Novem ber, 1883: No. Percent Times enrolled attendance tardy High School 88 98.S 0 A Grammar 6S 87.8 0 B Grammar-. 57 100.0 0 C Grammar. B7 97. B D Grammar 44 S8.4 0 A Primary 51 BS.8 0 B Primary 4 SS.O 1 C Primary, main bldg..... 48 ' S8.S 1 C Primary, North ' 7.t S Total 4b S8.0 T The above report shows excellent attend- ance and an increase of punctuality over the previous months ot the year. Only three more weeks of the term remain and parents are requested to let nothing but necessity keep their children away from the school work during that time, as we are reviewing, preparatory to examination at the close of the term. It is to be hoped that our pupils will be ren as little out of school work as possi ble, while we are preparing for and having our term examinations. We ask this for the sake of the work we are trying to do, and for the general prosperity of the schools. R. H. Kinnisok, Supt , ELYRIA. The big Middle sewer will be finished this week, and a long felt want will be realized. Nearly eighty of our people went to Cleveland to bear Margaret Mather in Romeo and Juliet, on Saturday evening. The case of Augustus T. Tirey for the killing of Marshal Brenner was called as soon as the jury in the Bruce case had retired which was at 8.00 r. Monday afternoon. Much difficulty waa exper ienced in securing a jury, but at 8!30in the evening the twelve were obtained. The jury in the Bruce case returned a verdict, Tuesday morning, of murder in the second degree. Das. Christmas Will soon be along, and merchants bave learned the w isdom of buying early, getting ia their orders when the stocks are com plete and before the choicest goods are ex hausted. J. W. Houghton was bnytng in August and September, and in Children's Books has already a very rich selection, which parents will do well to look over before the best things are culled out Go to Houehton'a lor Manilla Portfolio Envelops with Indexed apartment In which to file away deeds. Insurance polices, crre pondence and all papers ot value. Alao a large variety less expensive for similar pur poses. rvJobPrlntiiiffot everv description. executed neatly, cheaply and promptly, at the Emtbrprisb omce. . tSTWedatng Cards a specialty at the Kjttxjlpjusx Offlce. Captain Mayae Reld. Of Captain Mayne Reid's boyhood we hear little, exoept that his father, a Presbyterian minister, designed him for the pulpit. The clerical profession was not to his taste, and at the age of twenty he left hia tutors and his tasks, to cross the sea. Landing in New Orleans he beran a career ot adventure in the wilds ot Amer'cs. He made two excursions up the Red River, and ascending the Missouri, explored the vast prairies which the wave of civilization had not then reached. He afterward traveled extensively in the States, writing de scriptions of his journeys for the news paper press. He was thus emrjloved when, in 184A. war between the United States and Mexico broke out, and young ReiU threw himself ardently into the strag gle as a volunteer, lie greatly distin guished himself by his bravery at the stiffening of t'h ipultepeo, where he re ceived a painful wound, from the effects of which he frequently suffered. The war over, Captain Reld resigned his commission. But the spirit of ad venture was rotfsed in him a- ain when the Hungarian struggle for freedom en listed the sympathies of libertr-loving people everywhere; and In 1849 he organised in New York a body of men to join it. He had arrivod in i'aris, on his way to Hungary, wi.en newt reached him of the failure of the Insur reetion. Reld then retired to England and set tled down to literary work, and there In his home he lived the life of a quiet country gentleman, devoting himself te literature ana rural pursuits.. 2. Trowbridac. in SL A'tcAea. Chinqciianytkiano, China, Dec 1st 83. JUK88RS. IJOWLBT S UAIX, Wellington. Ohio. Gents: I have been delayed in starting to your piace in consequence or spending more time than ever before in. selecting your goods. l our shipment or t oochow, zungebow, Kwangtung and Fukien Teas waa made in good time and. no doubt, have arrived. They are the best that have been shipped irom intnese ports tuts season. The great Kwan-shi-vin of the Shea- chang assisted me in selecting your china- ware irom toe nest lactones ot tne rteaim, and with them sends his stately obeisance, and the statement that chinaware will not be wholly netrlectcd nor relected. vet the Clifton and Avelon ware will be most sought alter for this season's holiday pur chases, of which I have made you a liber al shipment I am sick. Have eaten al most nothing since I came here. United States physicians would call it vacuum in the stomach with vertebral curvature. The latter. I think, is somewhat a consequence ot my age. I have had it before, some of tne natives here always have it. A good square meal of H. A M. oysters, such as you sell, always cures me. I met the Wandering Jew last summer, down In The Soudan and he was enthusi astic in recommending Maltbv's H. A M. oysters. Buy largely, for you will have a large traae in tnem. I will be there about the "th Inst and remain until the 26th, when I will be Pleased to meet everybody at your store. lours until arrival. Santa Claus, Sr. Harper's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. BAarsa's Basab Is at once the moat brilliant and naeral booaeoold Journal In existence. It Is tke acknowledged arbitrator of faahion In this country . Its fashion plates are newest and most stjlish; and Its pattern sheet supplements and economic snggentioiis alone are worth many times the cost of subscription. Its illustrations of art needlework are from the best sources. Its literary and artiatlc merits are of the highest order. Its stories, poems sndeaaajrs are by th Ira American and European authors. Its choice art pictures would all portfolios, snd its humorous cuts are the most amusing to be found tn any Journal la Amer ica. A host of brilliant novelties are promised tor 1884. Harper's Periodicals Per Tear i . HARPERS XAGZrSK... $4 00 HARPERS WKKKXT 4 00 HAMPERS BAZAR 4 00 HARPERS YOCNQ PEOPLE 1 SO HARPERS FRANKXIX SQUARE LIBRARY, One year (58 Numbers ) ........10 00 Postage Free to all subscribers in the United Stales or Caneda. The volumes of the Baxab begin with the first Number for January of each year. When no time Is mentioned It will be undeetood thst the sub scriber wishes to commence with the Number next after the receipt of order. The last Four Annual Volume ef HAnr-BB'a Basab in neat doth binding, will be sent by mail, postage paid, or by express, free of expense (provided the freight does not exceed one dollar per volume), for $M per volume. Cloth cases for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of $1.00 Remittances shoeld be made by Post-Offlce Money Order or Draft, to avoid chances of loss. HARPER A BROTHERS, New York. THE TvTA'nTTF.TS. Cheese. The market is quiet and demand light. We quote billing (boxed) 11 cents. Grain. Flour and Feeds CoaascTBD bt Wbllikotoh Millibo Co. Flour, per sack (49 lbs).. 1. 50 1.75 Buckwh't flour, per cwt. 4.00 .... Graham flour, per cwt. . 8.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt.... 1.85 2.00 Chop, per cwt. 1.83 .... Middlings, per cwt 1.10 1.85 Shorts, per cwt. 1.00 Bran, per ton 18.00 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75 .... Cotton Seed Meal 1.40 .... Clover Seed, per bush.. 5.00 6.50 Timothy Seed, per bush. 1 . 80 1 . 65 Corn, shelled, per bush. .0.55 0.65 Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.55 0.65 Oats, per bush 0.80 0.87 Wheat, per bush 0 9-3 1.03 - Hay, per ton.. . 8.00 10.00 Salt 1JJ5 Flax Seed 1.20 1.25 General Produce. Cobbictbd bt Baldwib, Lacbpos A Co. T? . .11 M Duller, ut&iry , yvr m. . . 0.20 Butter, creamery, per Bu. 0.38 Chickens. dressed. oer lb. 0.08 40 10 6b 12 40 Eggs, per doz 0.22 Beef, per cwt 5.00 . T 1 . H A .V Ham, smoked, per B U.1U potatoes, per ousn. A 1 I roiaioes, per uusn .v.o-j Apples, green, per bush . 0.60 A notes, dried, ner B O.Ofl 0.75 To 1 1 aw tvnr It. O (M Tn 1 1 nur rar - , i Hides, per B 0.06' wool per lb 0.25 0.32 COAL! I am sole agent here for the SIppo Coal Company's Massilon Coal, acknowledged to be the best Massilon Coal produced. I also bave a superior quality of Soft Coal for grates or domestic use, entirely free from sutt and but little ash. A full stock of the best Larkawana Hard Coal always on hsnd, and Blossburjr Coal for black smith's use. Coal by the car-load speci alty at prices as low as the lowest. C. E. STJTUFF. Wellington, Dec. 13, 1883. 27yl A. M. FITCH, HOW TO BUY GOODS. . Because a man makes 50 or GO 11 xi tr :aa t men mruwB uu a jutuuiue lur yuu lur menus uip a oan.c, uiu uuua ore not cheap; you pay for friendship with a vengeance. Those z2 Suits, sometimes sold for $20 on a banter, we never sold for more than Sib. The $23 Suits we sell at $17, The $14 Suits sometimes sold at $10 never a penny more nor a The $20 " French goods made in New England we sold as-Domestic goods at $18. The $15 Suits at other places, we have not Bold for more than $10 in five years; but we never tnrow gain, and when others throw off one, two or three dollars, you still pay two, three or lour dollars too much tor them. The $11.50 Overcoat at other places, we sell at $3. The $8 Boys' Overcoat we sell at $6. A customer offered us seven dollars for an eight dollar overcoat. We declined the offer. In a few we were being beaten. He bought a fourteen dollar overcoat for twelve dollars; but upon comparing he found he had the same goods that we had just offered at eight dollars, but would not take seven for. We are not responsible for the language he used when he found he had sold himself instead ol having bought us. buch instances are constantly occurring, and yet many think they can't buy unless they are asked from four to ten dollars more than a suit is worth and then have one or two dollars thrown off. Such persons waste their time in attempting to induce us to adopt the gambling, shyster system, but as heretofore, we shall keep the prices For more than a decade we have the difference if the same goods were found elsewhere, in Ohio, for less money, and from the fact that we can recall but one instance in all that time, and then we cheerfully refunded the money, we think we are at the bottom. As heretofore, we prices, at the New York Olothing Tie Best Bargains I have ever been able to offer to those in need of Clothing are now upon our tables. A few odd lots and a new assortment of sev eral new lots bought very cheap of the manu facturers. Several new lots of Children's Suits and Overcoats, and sev eral new lots of Boys' Suits and Overcoats, and Men's Suits and Over coats. The , lateness of the season gives us gooa bargains. Don't delay, but avail yourselves of the bargains. W.W.HARVEY. AHHODHCEHEHT E X T"R A0RD1MARY! Havrnrjr anticipated a heaw fall and winter trade, we have put in a large ana complete assortment of Furniture, which will be sold at lower nrices than ever before known in this market. We wish to inform our patrons and mends, and every one in want of first-class furniture, that never before was such an opportunity offered to those desiring to embellish them selves with beautiful and well made furniture at a small outlay. Kbtwia11v ia this a favorable time for those in want of SUITABLE and USEFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS. TVa nffier unheard of bargains in Marble Top Tables, Library TablfiB. Rook Cases. Chamber Suits, Hall Racks, Parlor Suits, Upholstered H.asy-tjnair8, oiae Boards, Extension Tables, Dining Chftim. Ttadsteads. Rattan Chairs. Office Chairs, Office Desks, Cribs, Cradles, Children s Chairs, fold ing Beds, Foot Rests Ac, &c. Roth floods and Prices are war ranted to be satisfactory and we invite inspection and comparison. Call early before our stock is re duced. No trouble to show Goods. Rooms open evenings till after the holidays. HOYT & WOLLEY. IFBEI3rfG S. P. TOWNSBND desires to inform his friends and the public that, having purchased fine instruments, he is prepared to execute anything in Surveying. All work will receive careful and prompt attention. Room at the Cottage Hotel, Wellington, O. n FARM FOR SALE. One lot of land, of 55 acres owned by the estate of David Lang, deceased, situated about one and one-half miles southeast of the center of Huntington, and one lot of land, also owned by said estate, of thirty acres, lying about one mile southeast of the first mentioned piece. Inquire of J. IS. -LiAJNLr, 13t3 Rochester, Ohio. "' NOTICE! NOTICE I We will be obliged to all persons indebted to us, if they will settle their accounts between now and January 1st. - Salirin, Liuia Wiaiechr & Co. THE CLOTHIER, per cent profit on his goods and r 1 i iu. i but will not banter. as a favor at $12 we always sold cent less. off a dime on tnem to clinch a bar minutes he returned to show us how down. advertised that we would refund warrant our goods and guarantee the House. A. M. FITCH, Clothier. L. BOWMAN -BESIDES- Cloths, Clothing ani Cent's Furnishing Goods la prepared to have made to order. by a Cincinnati House who do the BEST WORK, the finest quality of Ladies as well as Gen- man s BOOTS Buttoned, front or side lace and of choicest French Kid, hand sewed, and made from measure ments taken, here, one may have Ease and Elegance C::ii::3, and a light, comfortable, yet thick soled boot, a thing of beauty and a joy to the wearer. Bowmans still takes the lead in the quality and variety of his cloths, and suits or any garment worn by gentlemen may be or dered here, cut and made in the latest styles and in the most work manlike manner. 13 MALLORY HALL. Saturday, December 15th, 1883. "DOUBLE" MAMMOTH mil tom's iim mmi The originators of all the New and Norol Fea tures, among which are the two most famous specialty "Topsya" liring, HISS KATE PARTINGTON and HISS MAUD BARRY Two ejeentric Hark the Lawyer, WILL H. DAVIDSON THOMAS F. DUNN. SIX MAMMOTH SIBERIAN BLOODHOUNDS. Full Qnartctte or JUBILEE SINGERS ani the .aussiseippi- r 1Mb immi ocreuauurv. Th Great Realistic FLOATING ICE SCENE. Grand Allctrorical Transformation Scene, EVA IN UEAVEN. Fopulax X9xlcaaw General Admission, S5 Cts. Kesenroa Beau, - - - - - ou -is. Admission for Children, - - - 25 Cts. . NO MORE I NO HIGHER! Reserved seats at H. G. Starr & Co. During the HOLIDAYS the ESTtY ORGAN will in many homes be the gift of glad surprise. Where once estab lished it becomes the centre of refin cd p'ev.u'e to tS enti- household. Sc.iJ fo- !!!ust.st.xl Cata'o-rue. Call at the Music Booms of and see all styles of the Estey Organ and. Pianos, from the best makers, at prices that defy com petition. 12 Est anlll HAIXORT, We Buy for Cash ani Sell Only for Cash tn rJ,ln r,T,n-m VUi dVO ullbCDi OMUCblV7 is the Secret of our Success. Everybody will cor cede that the in-' trinsic value of an article of merchandise can in nowise be enhanced bodv will drniv who Tina Vin.fl rwASinn fr ttiaVa rmrAlinaAa i-nt-r-yincr tliA ontlnv nf nnr wnairA. aKIa flmnnnt. 1:1 : ,1: rr a ullu hum piiuen in uuLiercuh BWJitiB 33 This makes it difficult for customers to decide where they can trade to the best advantage, and they wonder why the difference exists. In -the varying expense of conducting a business, the desire to accumulate wealth rapidly, and the purchasing posrer of money in different hands, will be found some of the many reasons. ' WHEUE THE2T ?ttat.t. WQTTT ? Obviouslv wherever vour iudoTOATit rTirII flpiilo iron f an An AHf. und you will be able to decide satisfactorily after you have visited .ub and made careful comparison of prices. We call special attention to the following: . . . One Lot 16 A 40 inch all wool Chuda, Cloth,'at 45c. One Lot 16 B 40 inch not all wool Chuda Cloth, at 30c. 10 pieces Colored Gros Grain Silks at 65 cejite-r-The "biggest bargain ever offered. Send for. samples. :, ' OTJTL STOCS OUT CLOaZS is unsurpassed for excellence in quality, elegance in style, and moder ate in prices. Our display is absolutelv unequaled. includinc manv new styles which make their first appearance in this market. . We ad vise an early inspee'don of the wonderful array of goods in every de partment. " In addition to the best may say tne largest Wellington, I Trunks, Satchels and Valises, of all sizes, are kent - lY Carr1 OTIfl Th-r V -v5 n still continue to carry, Saddles, Whips, Robes, Rugs, Blankets, eta, com prising the finest goods OL0S1M OUT ! THE BEE HIT WELLINGTON, OHIO. On and after Dec. 10th .we will. commence to close out our entire stock of Groceries and Provisions, Crockery, China and Glassware, Chandeliers and Notions, including the finest WW in the town, regardless of cost. 5 fWe offer the -biggest bargains ever seen in town, as we must close , out entirely in sixty days. 9 net" The Entire Stock of J. S. $30,000.00! Must Bs Sold Within and prices will be named to effect ments to change my business, all above named time. This will give nity ever offered Customers, Take advantage of this offer Come early, while the stock is full and assortment complete. B"FButter, Eggs, Lard and most other kinds of Produce will be bought for the next fifty days. ; Terms, Strictly Cash. IN pnrsoance of an order of the Probate Gonrt of Medina County. Ohio, I will oiler for aale at Pnblic Auction on SATURDAY, th 15th dar of December, A. D. 188S, at 9 o'clock In the forenoon, npon the premises, the following described Heal Estate, situate in the Township of Wellington, County ot Lorain and State of Ohio, to wit : Com mencing at the north-west corner of Lot No. 84 in u. Li, v aaswonn a aaaiuon lo tt euingivs li bra in Block No. seven (7): thence rannins: sooth two (2) chains and flftT (50) links ; thence west one (1) chain and fortr-s'ix (46) links; thence north two () chains and fifty (50) links ; thence east one (1) chain and forty-six (4t) links to the place of be ginning, lines parallel witn uoi lines or u. i. Wadsworth's addition to Wellington Village, the same being funnd In Lorain County Becords of Deeds, on page 290 of Volumn 37. Appraised at $175. Terms of sale, Cash. Wellington, Not. SO, 1883. J. H. DICKSON, 10t4 Adnt'r of Wm. Ksapr, deceased. TIMBER WANTED. We want standing timber or logs of all kinds at full prices. We want Bolt three feet long. Elm at 2.00. per cord. Boft Maple at $2.50 per cord. Basswood at $2.75 per cord. Saw Dust and Stove Wood for Sale. 4 W. R. SANTLEY & CO. Model Dinner 25 Cents. Rteaks. Chons and Iras Inst the way yoa liks them. Pastries reminding yo of home and mo ther. Best Tea and Coffee in the city. Open from rlT moraine till midnieht. MODEL COFHS BOt'SS A DINING ROOMS, 101 & 108 Seneca street, opp. New Court lloase, Clereland, O. (SI) PRICE aVXo. AK - r, 1 . uctulilUt OUU UDUlt: U(U UUOHJUICIB ncu tfiot if. ia tidt! tn ,Tn-nraaiYAa -Vi : l- i r . .. uii iuiy given urucio ol ....... GOODS! " : ... ' MALLORY, PRICE & Co. mmm stock of Harness, and ever put on sale in have a fine v 1 9 an -4- V. a4-4 a . .Sam . T as usual, a full line of, ever shown here. Mittens ..V- tOHN OTTERBAC SEE and largest line of ' SMITH, amounting to The Next Sixty Day's I this end. - Having made arrange-. my goods must be sold within the . everybody the grandest opportu for bargains. , t J. S. SMITH,, cste) creston, warn Co, o. . mm i h - . or. .... ' . M - . 11 head Dark Bed Becristered - Shorthorn Heifers. 11 cominff in this Fall to a son of Imported "M7 t 1 T J. 11.. ft . Shorthorn Bulls. Can be seen on the premises, 2 J. miles south of Wellington. . 48 . xbaxk Eckels. TWD CATV 5 . i.'viv un i h i, . a iiuuso ttxiu JJUii on ouuui street, - A TT 1 T A CI AT. - J L price ii.ouu. Also a aouDie nouse on John street, price $1,300; rents for a year. Also a house and 1 L T 1 i Arrnst intern .innn Brrnpt. uripn auiai? renra for $78 a year. . Inquire of . TNT TTrrnvrca , FOR SALE, A new milch Cow. Inquire of the owner, C. R "West. -"Wellington, O., Nov. 27, 1883. " GfBring your Job Printing to the Enterprise office. We are constantly adding new styles and novelties, and can give you is good a job as you can get In the city. Try us.