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if MnUM WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE; WEDNESDAY.' APRIL 7, 1886. ... 0 -J ip. "it. ' v , i. $ 4 : f ' -: ..: .1 v.- ' ' ' " "" ' I 1 HANS IN LUCK, i r Translated From An Old German Story m t. - ' : ' BY OMEI MACK. ,., ......v. IFor Youth!' Department ol EsTsaraisi.l riAmtmtD.1 4 ' "May God comfort you with Hi8 consolations," said Hans, and vi.).iaAn. The butcher un- tied his porker and put the rope xt ..ivmI olnnc thinking how everything had proved according to hu desire. If he fell into rmsfor i ; cm snnn made right again. As he was going along he met a young fellow with a white goose ...4n.i!iami Thev saluted each other with "guten moryen, and TTnn ralnWI tn him the storv of liia In Mr. .Tnat ntiPA lift mv coose. said tlie young fellow; "hold him by nri'nna ifo an l.pftvv because it has been fed for eight weeks; 1 m a child b christen. bringing it to "Ah." said Hans, and he strok nrl it witVi hi hand, "it has its worth but bo also has my pig. Then the young fellow looked Hans in the eye and gravely shook his head. "Listen," said he, "everything is not altogether right with your pig. In the village uirougu wincu 1 have come, a pig hns been stol en from the pen of the chief mag istrate; I four grently that it is the one which you have in your hand. People have been sout out to tract; up the thief and it would be no good bargain if they found you with it; the least punishment would be, that you would be thrust into the dark holo." Poor Hans was bewildered. "Ah," baid ho, "assist mo out of my distress; you know the ways around about here, take my pig and let me have your goose." "It's a risky undertaking," an swered the young fellow, "but through devotion to you, Hans, I shall do it. I shall nut have the blame, however, if any evil results from the bargain." The young fellow took hold of the rope and disappeared quickly along a by-wny witli the pig; while Hans went ulong, freed from his anxiety, with his goose under his arm. "When I consider the matter in its true light," he murmured, "I have the best of the trade; first there will be a good roast, then the fat will furnish four months' butter, and finally the beautiful white featherB, which my mother can stuff into a pillow whereon one can sleep a dreamless sleep. What a Bource of joy to my mother!" As he came through the last vil lage there stood a shear-grinder and his wheel; he turned the wheel and Bang out: "I sharpen triiwirt, and turn very fast: And 1 bang my mantle out to the bluet." Hans stood and stared at him; finally he turned to him and said: "You seem to be bRppy, you en joy your work so much.' "Yes," tmswered the Bcissors grinder, "Handicraft has n golden lnittom. A gowl grinder is a mon who finds gold in his pocket ns often as In' tuits liis hand in. Bnt where did you buy your beautiful goose?" "I didn't buy it," answered Hans "but traded a pig for it." "And the pig?" "I got that for a cow." "And the cow?" 'Tor a horse." "And the horse?" "For that I guvo a lump of gold as big oh my head." "And the. gold?" "0, 1 got that ns my wages for seven years' work." "You hove most assuredly prov ed successful," said the grinder. 1.1 vmi lilfA to Lrinrr 4 AVJ IT iiuuiii . - n it about, that whenever you stood up you might hear gold pieces tinkle, in vour ixeket. and thus rtinVn vnnr fnrtnnn?" "How on eurtli could I bring such a thing about I said lions. Ymi niiiHt lie n crrinder like me All the capital you need is a whet stone, ami the rest you learn ior yourself. Now, I have one, to be sure it is a trifle worn, but i won ask anything for it except your nnnoA wnnhl von like to trader "How can you ask me such a minatinn " ntiRWpred Hans. "I'll tliA mhRt fortunate man on earth. I'll have gold as often as I want it." He gave over his goose and re tfiA what ntone. "Now," Baid the grinder, and he took up a heavy hold Btone wnicn lnv Tinar him. "vou need this stone too, upon which to hammer your naua ou Biraigat. iw to it with pftrfl." Hans took up the Btone, put it . . i it ' i i: 1 i.:. on nis Buoumor, anu couuuuuu mo trin homeward with gladdened heart; his eyes fairly fihono with satisfaction. 'T mnst have been born in luck, for. everything comes to meaa to A Sundaychild. Now, since he had been on his A a vbreak. he became tired, hunger pinched him, and he had no food, for he naa aevourea both dinner and supper in his de light over the cow ttaae. who extreme difficulty he . Btaggered nnmnnllnd to rest everv mo- (UVUg - ment or bo for the stone weighed liSm dnnn TVlArA CfttTlft to him UUU vr.l. the thought, how delightful it nrnnll Via if ia htu no mors need to trade. Like a snail he crawled along to a well in a field, where he .JoVioi tn nnAiinh his thirst and nwuiw , refresh himself with a cool drink; lia loin hia BtnTiAn raretullv aown near the brink of the well, then he leaned over to sup up the water, he nushed his stones a uiue ana .... hnth u'fint nlnmD into the well. TTnno no ho raw them in' the deep, clear water, sprang up filled -Inn tltanlrA finrl ncrnin with tears in his eyes, that he had also shown him this favor. "How fortunate indeed am I, that I have my life," he cried out, "none more fortunate under the With liffht hemrt and freed from his burden he went along until he ... a i 1 reached the home ot his moiner. Township and Corporation Elections. The caucus to nominate township and corporation officers, for which a call was Issued In the last ) Enterprise, met nromntlv at half-past seven last Saturday evening, and the new town hall was well filled with voters. E. II listed. Esq.. was called to the chalr,and Messrs. J .W. Houghton and J .W. Wilbur were chosen secretaries. Nomi nations for the several positions in the township were first called for and the fol lowing were selected as candidates: Trus tees, Homer Allyn, Homer Mason and A., D. Perkins : Clerk. N. Hucklns : Treasur er. Calvin Baee: Assessor. R N.Good- win: Constables. Edward Uackett and U Tl Palmar Justin of the Peace. W. K. Pierce. - - ' Township business being finished, notn lnatlons for the corporation officers were In order and the following gentlemen were chosen bv the caucus: For Mayor, W. R. Wean was chosen by acclamation Councllmen. T. Kirk. 12. L. J onus, it. Craddock ; Oerk, R. N. Goodwin ; Treas- urer. O. Herrick: Marshal, E. Uackett; Cemeterv Trustee. Wm. Vlscher: Street Commissioner, D. Battle; Chief of Fire Department. 8. F. Black; First Assistant, Less than Half Tare to Florida via Bee l.ine-C. t. C. & 1. Ky. Ve oio pk-aseil to lnlorin our readers llmt Hit- IVe hiii" luts arrniigi'd for a stTicB ol' spci l li oxi'iiiKimm to Florida, ut rite le ss Hum oiiiMmll tlie usual price, l lie lirk.-U w ill be t'd uning on any resuliir p:iwn'"T truin ot April 14th, and ulso ot April 15th, till train 5 inclusive, and are pun! to n tuin at the pleasure of the pur chaser williin thirty ilnys. Routes aro nrrrin-'-d io take in tiie must luvornble por tions ol the .soiiili, hut li (,'oins and return itm, iiml i-pei'lal iirraimeiiienis have been minli- Ibr nr. atly retluced rates I'roin Juek Minville to all ol tlie orange growing ilis tricls, tlial you may w e the frost lias had no noticeable effect uion this great and groini? industry Ot the State, and oll'cts sum reward to permsnent Investors. 'i'i.r ..... I. ...mi will da rim Irnm Cincinnati mill r.iiiiihvllln in connection with lice J.ine trains. Do not miss this opportunity of heeing whut a large field for develop mi.iii il. Smith nrPM'iiU to VOU. For full iiitormatlon. write or call on the nearest J!eo Line ticket agent. PilAst PilnsI Piles I Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment Id the only mire cum for blind, bleeding or Itching Piles ever discovered. It iievrr fail to cine old chronic c-.im of long standing. Judee Coonn. Mavsvllle, Ky., says "Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment i.iii ...I tiw fil'fi'r vimii rt of Sllfl'criliir." Jmigu Culllnlniry, Cleveland, O., says: "1 liuve found by experience that Dr. William's Indian Pile Ulntment gives linnieill.ite ana m ruianent renci. We have hundreds of such tcstlmoul kin. Do nut aufler an Instant lonuer Sold by drugglsu at 60c. and f 1 a box, or mailed, on receipt ot price, by the 14) 1 William's M fg. Co ,Cleveland,0. Dr. Flagg's Family Ointment never fads to sootn or h al cuts, bukns, BKLIHK8, FLUSH WOUNDS, INFLAMMATION, HPKAINN, riMPLKS, CHILBLAINS, SALT UllkUM, CUAl'PKO LIPS or HANDS, FROST IIITM, COLD BOKK8, BORX NIPPLES, Klld all dlscaMM and ei uptloui ol the Skill. VOl'NO LAD1KH, Dr. Flagg's Family Ointment Will re move all P1MPLCS, BLACKHEADS, FRKCK les and other blemishes from your face, leavin the i-kin tOFr, smooth and beau tiful. No Iniiiily will be without it al ter testing its marvelous southing and healing properties. Sold by druggists lol 23 cents or mailed, ou receipt of price, by the 14yl William's Mfg. Co., Clevelaud.O. To the Public Having leased the Park House It is be Inir nlaced In lirM.i l is condition. Bv the close of this week 1 will be prepared to entertain transient customers, also uoam era by the d iy or week, at reasonable rates I Ii.im. Hi, i ii l'ihhi iimu si nine in conncc tionwith the bouto. lour patronage is solicited. JlllltAC K UAHNbS. THE MARKETS nriem of cheese until the new is placed upon the markets. Week Endiho April Cheese, 850 pkgs., weighing 6100 lbs Butter, 18 ", , . . ," ; . . ." - Cheese. We quote: Young America i Full Cream t H. Ohio Standard 87- General Product. COBBEOTID BT BALDWM, hACEDOE Butter, dairy, per ft.... $0.00 Butter, creamery, per ft 0.83 Chlckens,dressed,perft. 0.08 Eggs, per doz .... ' Beef, per cwt .... 8.00 Ham, smoked, per ft. .. 0.10 Potatoes, per bush 0.60 Apples, green, per bush .0.40 Apples, dried, per ft.... 0.03K Tallow, per ft 0.04 Hides, per ft 0.08 Wool per ft 015 Buckwheatflourpercwt Maple Sugar 0.05 u.nta Hvrtin fnnkftffAS - to weigh 11 lbs standard. . 0.75 A CO. 0.18 0.23 o!io 7.00 0.11 0.60 0.50 0.80 8.00 0.08 aniouut of property on his premises. miles east of l'enlield, on 1 hursday, April i .it n hi ui ii. in., f ons sunn in uue onir ui mares, 7 two-jear-old hellers, 1 Jersey hciler, 14 shouts, 1 Jersey cow, carriage, wagon, farming implements, household goods, hay iind cram. . ll. UOTT, Aucuoneer. A Curd. T m Kn narAil tn remdr mid ad! list all kinds ol newlii' niachiiies on shortest no tice; alsn supplies ol all kinds on niinu. Olllce Willi J. W. V Hour, wuo is ngcui iur the New Home and Union sewing ma chines. North side public square. 11. (J. UAIRD. Mr. N Public Nile. K. Ciishniun w ill offer large J. M. Otterbacher ; Second Assistant, Jno Folk. On Monday morning the following tickets also appeared In the field, having lmn immlnuted at a caucus held iu the olllce of T. R. Herrick : Corporation tick ,.t Miivnr. J. li. Lane: Councllmen, T Kirk. E. L. Johns, Jus. Sheldon; UerK 11. N. Goodwin; Treasurer, J. II. Wight; Marshal. Walter Williams; tldel or f ire Department, 8. F. Black; First Assistant .1. M. Otterbacher; Second Assistant, Jno. Folk : Cemetery Trustee, Wm. Uscher; township ticket, Trustees, Homer Allyn, Homer Mason, David Howk ; Clerk, Ed. Benedict ; Treasurer, A. 15. Lambert ; As sessor, R. N. Goodwin; Constables, C. B. Palmer, W. Williams. Before the polls were opened it was quite evident that there would he a fight on the Mayor, one member of the School Board and one Councilman. Tlie contest on township officers was not so hot, though tlie opposition polled a good num ber of votes. Sentinels were stationed at intervals around the town hall to look after the interests of the different fiic Hons, and at 3 p. m. it looked to lie an even thing on the mayorship. The count showed the following result: FOR MAYOII, W. R. Wean, 203; J. B. Lung, 207. FOR COUNCIL, T. Kirk,44; W. Rininger, 1 ; E. L. Johns, 400; K. R. Stannard, 2 ; M. Craddock, 10:1 ; F. W. Bennett, 1 ; J as. Sheldon, 272; W. R. Santley, 2. FOR CLERK, R. N.Goodwin, 472. FOR TREASURER, 0. nerrlck,201; C. Bscs, 8; J. H. Wight, 178; A. B. Lambert, 2. FOR MARSHAL. Ed. II ickett. 287 : J. C. Paxton. 1 ; W. Williams. 1. CEMETERY TIll'STEB. Wm. Vlscher. 404 : Jno. Howk. 2 : S. Windecker, 177. FOR STREET COMMISSIONER, D. Battle, 273; W. W.Wells, 1; W. II. Serage, 192. CIIIKF OF FinR DKPARTMKNT. 8. F. Black, 4(18; Dan Williams, 1. FIRST ASSISTANT, J. M. Otterbacher, 408; Dan Williams 1. SECOND ASSISTANT. John Folk. 470. TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES. - Homer Allyn, 528 ; A. D. Perkins, 281 ; Homer Mason, 620 ; David Howk, 244. FOR CLRHK, N.IIuckin8,280; Ed. Benedict, 2-iO. FOR TREASURER, C. Sage, 303 ; A. B. Lambert, 220. FOR ASSESSOR, R. N.Goodwin, 620; A. E. Sheldon, 2. FOR C0SKTAHLF.S, Ed. Hackett, 28; W. Williams, 240; C. B. Palmer, 605. FOIt JUSTICE OF TUB PEACE, W. E. Peirce, U5. It is due Mr. Peine to say that the hoard of election ascertained about four o'clock that It Is not lawful to deposit the ballots for Justice of the Peace, at a spring election, in a separate box; so all ilia liMml votes for Justice were cast In the regular township box after that hour, making but thirty-five votes for that of- (Ice. Grain. Flour and COKRICTID BT WlLLINOIOE Flour, per sack (49 ts). . Graham Hour, per cwt.. o Corn meal, per cwt..... 1 Chop, per cwt 1 Middlings, per cwt 0 Shorts, per cwt 1 Bran, nerewt 0 Oil Meal, per cwt 1. Tiniolby Heed, per bush. 2 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0 Corn, in car, per bush.. 0 Wheat 0, Outs, per bush 0 Feed. Millies Co .80 1.55 00 ,00 .00 .85 ,00 ,80 .75 .00 .45 .45 .85 30 2.00 '!6.5 1.10 0.00 2'. 50 0.4S 0.18 0.00 0.35 CARRIAGES, WAGONS and BTTCCXES of every description ol my own manufacture, together with an assortment of fancy work, at prices to meet the times ltcpttlring uone promptly anu ai me iowbsi rates. T. D OIi AND. NOW WE HAVE IT! aFTER waiting for FIFTY YlAHS '.:. r v ,i ,1 1 i! ,: ; '. fc 1 j ! !; i : ' 1 ; .' ' 'i ; ; Pi ( f 1 8 M ! i ; ; -1 t ". ; :f i I :." ; j ij i ' 1 M ' rH rm Best SUBSTITUTE FOR WEIGHTS AND CORDS in window frames of old or new houses 'The OrmsBy51 1 11 a 1 1 mm lioiier mi mm as easily hung as a curtain below tlie header as shown above, in old frames, or in the case above in a new frame built after the Ormsby patent. HIRAM ALLYN of Wellington, is agent for the 1 inr.i.i .1 1 ...:. sale 01 hub uiuauce auu una win dow on exhibition with the balance attachment. lie UomMnMimx Fence Made by weaving Strong, Hardwood Tickets Fnlidly Into ten galvanized Bessemer Steel wires. It is The Strongest, Tightest, Lightest Fence yet produced and sold at a very low price. Come and see it. Manufactured by W. It. SANTLEY & CO. Tor sale by GEOG TOWNSEND, Wellington. Ohio Dr.Fenner'sKidney Back-ache Cure. ftuv A J. Mkrtiiaxt. Frealdlnn Elder M. E. Church, MeMdville, ra.. wnien: . t, mi. PMinM'i KIJipv una HnAftrh Cure gave me ahnoat In.Uiit n'lli'f. (April 5, 1MKI) "n Dome or nr. itunmi .. .... .....I HanLai.li. ClIM )tlna lllf) IMin tliau ill the kidney rnmedlM Ukeo In lb. part two Pin; .li hoi lie. onureiy cureo me. Mim Jaiim Km.i.tn, Krwlonli, N. T.. wntei: iu-.h.u tuavii v.nn.pi KianpT niiii llw hiM-li- iir-linn relieved me of kidney din- . .. ,l... h,..rl HiaeiMl .ud fenl.le WvukllVM. I never hud medicine help no qulckijr." , - l . ... 1 1 ml wt N V.. write.: (July , 1HH.I) "One holtleof Dr. F-nm-r's Klil iiey Mini IIim Iuh Iic ure liu cured me of kli' iiiy ronii.lniiitniid ilieunntl.m irter oth'-t braird kidney remcdle. nd doctor, baud fulled. Cure all dlwaacs of the Kidney, Mad der, I'rlnnry Passages. Backache, Prop. hv, leninlc Wenkness, Jiervons Debility, Heart Disease, It lien mutism, etc. Tit ' Tmitlx Stutoft 1 TALK IS CHE.1P. But you can buy more and better for lesB money, of , fj Than at any other place.' Good Reasons Why 1 We have the largest : t : n,,n(n unlont tnm Wa ara (Via nlrlpnt fnrnitiirfl OUCli 1U JJUiaiU VAIUUbJ W D.i..V V.aa. V v dealers in the county. Our long experience gives us advantages others have not. Our sales exceed by far those of our competitors, which 11 i II l ..aM J. L. Hudson, CLOTHIER. "Individual Hob Nails." ' nnnned lust Wednesday morulns 25 gross Imlividual Hob Nail lintlcr Plates In coiorea glass ai a cenn a uibcu, mm ll.ie v.r. all mill III In llOlirH. We opened auothei lot Monday morning at the same pries ic. a uo.eu. 11 yuu want to gi t 111cm, can cany. E. M. McUiu.iN & Co., Cleveland, O. CONFIDENTIAL. iv ill HALF tin ahbv terms, deairahla bouse of t rooms, well watered and ihad- eJ, largs lot ana suunaance of iruii, on Taylor street. Also a niceiy locaieu 110811 bouse on Prospect street. Will take in exchange cheaper property in town or farm property or iniereai in a manuiaciur Ing establishment Enqulr at the Ektbb fkisb olllce. In justice of -Mr. Wight we public the following iio'ilce, i)osted by him in the election room, which explains itself : TO THE VOTEKBOK WEM.tNOTOX VILLAGE. "The ue of my name for Treasurer of tills village Is wholly without authority. 1 participated In the very largo nnd fulr caucus that nominated Mr. Herrick as a candidate for this olllce, and I give hi in my own cordial support I decline abso lutely to be a candidate upn any tick et "J.U. Wight." , Wellington, O, April 5, 18tt0. According to the new law affecting township trustees, Homer Allyn was elect ed for three years, Homer Mason for two years and A. D. Perkins for one year. Messrs. 8. Windecker, W. K. Baouey and T. McClaran 'were candidates for mombers of the Board of Education, tlie flrat two named being tlie candidates of tlie regular caucus. Following is uie count: Windecker, 414 j McClaran, 180; Santlev. 132. The election was hotly contested where ever there was any opposition, and we un derstand that it was the most animated election held here for many years. Hhsrliri Sale. T.T. Suksr )In Lorain Con 11 It. vi. 0., Court ol Coui- Fsif.MccKSLsiso.etal.J mon Heiui. Order of sale of penonal properly l.aHH.i.aUal.n nnlue I..IIAd Court of Common Pleaa, within and lor the I ..uln anaalalaiJ I ). I It m uH M kl the Vebrwrr term there.uf.A.D. ISM, and to me dlrectod, I will offer for anl at publlo auction ou the iirmilawu. on Mondaf the lKtb dav of April, isss, between the hours of 10 and li O'clock a. m. of aald day the followlHK perian al nronertt to-wlti The wood and timber cut from the premier recently aold at hheriff tale IncaaeofT. T. Beeley Frederick Murkel 1...... ..I anil nui Ivlnir nnon aald nremiiiea. and 'tirem'laei adjacent thereto, about Ub cordi of wood and IS aw-lca. Terms of Hale Cash on day of sale. K. U. Johihwk. Ci.i Kaaiqa. , . Attorney. Bherltt of Lorain Co.,0. Dr. r raaior's Throat and Lung Balaaia Is the greatest cure in the world ior COUGHS. COLDS. SORB THROAT,' HOARS- MKHH. BRONCHITIH. AUTHHA. QUINSY. LAR YNGITIS and all diseases of the Throat aud Lungs. Scores and hundreds owe their lives to It. It nerforms wonders in relieving consumption. H strength' una (ho I.imffl anil Throat. . Never neZ' lect a cough. It may prove fatal, while Dr. Krazler's Throat and Lung Balsam, t.L-en In time, will n our life I It is put up In large family bottles and sells ror uie smau price or ou cis. per uo.uo. Il emir ilrncrirlat Hnna nnt Veen It. hV6 him order It for you. Take nothing else. William's 11 fg. Co., 0 levelan 14rl ind, 0. When Baby waa aiek, we care her Caatnrla, When ahe waa a Child, ahe cried for Caalorla, When alia became Ml... alie clang to Caalorla, Wbeu ahe bad Cbildren, abe gre them Caalorla AfTVfS WASTED. S. ....... U WUIIM UUa.Mil.l4N7. VWM -.. l. n.iim hM. AAArmm 1. ACima SM.W. Will Mrrni.n anS HMa.m.n. Keca..Mr. R. T "A Word to tho Wine." Head. Murk, Learn and 1'niler.land! Monday and Tnemlar only, to wind up Ibe winter eeaon and clear our .lock before tbe anlval of Hprlii" (loodn, we offer the choice of any Bull or. Oerco.t In Ilia KXCKLSIOH for $20.00! Bring alonu- your Kill and Inko your rholce. IIKMEMHKIt, TWO DAYS OSLY. On Wednesday, Collar day a'uln. Wo lnivo hail an many luquinea ior our. o-ceuv mini-, ...u they mid m mpidly that we have nccured aonie nioro. Wedneaday morning we offer Ill do.ea 4-ply Linen C'ollara at FIVE CENTS EACH-SIX FOE A QUARTER I Tills I" the la.t chanco for the.o bartjaina of bargalna. Thono who call early will faro beat oa both aliea and ahapea. ALL THE WEEK. i, .- - ....... r... n U'l.. .m Oi.nrlraa nn all nnnl. aold et the Exreltior like Ibe covering of a (.""act Beeau.e they aro DOWN. Worklngmcn and Slechanlca, do not mini thla op)rtiinlly to.ecurcpanl al whole.alc prlcea. Bine, Whlto and Drown Overall! ST. Jean and checked Pant., lined, c. Extra qunllty Jean Panla T.'iC. Bee our Jean and Cai-.lmero Panlaat $1.00, worlh donhle. Hiieclal value, all-wool, Kerey Panta at J1.5. Enormoua value la Scotch Twwde and Caaiiiniera Panta at i.0D aud t - IIOSAKXA KOR AI1KNTS IN RvltaT TOWN; OURU I) SalM loo ft .... pfiflt, aa aapllal ne SToUiW lulrad. A4- i.m aatiei1.r.iia ft Cn.. M Sroailwar, Alkany, H. T. SKN U .A) ) I THB XVllK ARBND. MENT. aa rtthi t.ia.. iwl Im vttMiio ", and yee alll f ti 1R8E a Vuunuln p.aaeiw wna i in. imiL.Ai.ui. uuirih. lUii a cWpi SuaiaCouE r.Prle. ai. rir.-u aieaia winA,iiBa.iai,fl, w "l l V TC pruflUKbia i iviaa.at ko.1. WLIMOT. i;irri.B v w patloi tn ui rl a aiyatk, a. r.'i.nr.Mr. r. . Mala: aft aa . ii.i.i.L.at a! a U U flUII, III Mail 1 O ctinaie aaio. loo. U.t KaaD C.!M-a, S T. API ITA Wliin-n m . "i fl I'LII I V OIO.-U a-n . 1.1.1... U4 San Aala. Slam. M. fiaa, iwuIiiii.mi. SliMIWUnfivla wiDiaHlan;Tl-ovOtRCO.,l'lu.aaa,lfc Hnn.oH's Couoh and ConMinintlon Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It rures consumption. ueo. a. senroeurr, m g'r. For Sale. TIia Rnmiwrn iirnnortv. mnalatlnir ol i - i i ' j . - - Ana. Krlf.lr ItntiaA nrwl two arria ot land at thocenterori'enfleld.and ntty-one acres m lanri nnamiiA norm or me cemer ui n.nflail.l . nr will re h an ire tor farm UTOD erty. Inquire of J. T. Uasaeii, woiung. ton, Ohio. i"" ib iw.Liu, will vl.lt Wellington as usual at I'slmer's cottage, April 10 anu io, 1KHH! Hnuncar A or 1 141U. ireau cnroiuc Jl-aaaua. ..nCM PllrAfl wltllOIlt DBln. KV UhWUP.., lBUWOt. VW. ...... m - iry cane of catarrh cured with bit O'rone Generator, xt li not unpiewnui auu wm Ka.JnMiA tn nnn mln ntii. All rfl la IWU UWHMUVuv au ww ... . vlted to call and use the catarrh generator, i ...... ii. mairiia fraa nf p.hartra. Piles. and all chronic diseases, successfully treated. 201 to 211 Superior-st. CLEVELAND. OHIO. m I S 7310 Farmers, moohsnlcs ' and worklnir- men aro very apt to be governed mors by the price than other more important poinia In selecting their clothing. It is a mistake nsuully. A poor suit ol clothes is expen- live at any prlco. i tie neat la ai way in oheapeat, though not neeeanarily tho high tat priced. The " T, C. & Co." cloth ing is mado for sorvieo. It fiU psrfoetly, iaeaatom Uniahed, and ooeti no more than the "bairiry" stuff offered. Thealova repreaenta the ticket that will be found on all tho " V, O. & Co." Clothing. Buy it (or youraetf and boya, nd you will make no mistake. E.E. GOODRICH. HOUSE PAINTING Sitm Writinc and Pauer Hantrine We are prepaied to do allklndsof house painting, algn writing anu paper Hanging, in town or country, on the shortest notice. Chairs rcnalnted. Olllce on North It. II street tf TRirr & I'owicrs. To all who an Buffering freat the .iron ae4 ladlaeratlon. of youth, DerTou. weakaaas, Mrlr daoar, loaa of manhood', ao.. I will Mod a recipe tkat wlllour. too, FRE Ot CEA.ROC Thla rraat remedy waa dlKovered by a Bl lonary la Boat America. Bnd a salt-ad, eraaaed envelope to the Rev. Josara T. tea MAJ, Station D. Mew York City. ' Ml Aboard for Robinson's to . - Purchase a Cigar! - - in rfii?7"i1" EUGENE ROBINSON is the ; only live dealer in Cigorg in town. , Read the name ot the new brands , : just received from the East: Good Catoh, GrasB Widow, Commander, May Bird and Capitola, all to be -gold for five cents each; Acme and ; La Pattie tor ten cents. "Union I" "Union II" "Union Hi" iB l : . i. i Vl I; ) J it Mill a.-... .