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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY. FETiKtURY 6, 1889.
"We have a - TO CLOSE Embroirded Velvet, only - :i 75c. Plush Trimmed Corduroy, only - $1.00 Beaded Felt Plush Trimmed, - - $1.25 At SEE AGE'S. LOCAL AND MISCKLI.ANKOrS r The blue jays have returned. . The robin and the. wren have flown. Arrange your calnn.Ur.for February. Ice being gathered but the quality 1b very thin. The ground hog did not' see his shadow In these parts. The thermometer registered 0 at lour o'clock this morning. The English sparrows have completely driven 'he snow birds away. On account of a brak in the machinery we are dclaed several hours this week. Our physicians have had a busy week or it making vaccinations and giving cer tificates. Tti-nms too mnch money now a days to compel people- to transact business as It , should be. Marshal Williams and Pinkerton-Wil. lard are still on the alert lor the Clothes line thieves. The trustees of the M. E. church have caused the aged apple trees to be removed from the parsonage lot. Everything looks favorable now to the establishing of a manutacturlog Interest hero this spring that will come to stay. Tbe,roatU are In better condition now than they have been since October 1st. The wheels ot commerce have all began to move once more. Last month the W. & L. E. Ry received eleven large Iron safes from the Ben Line company consigned to parties in Youngs town, Fremont and Milan. Mr. R. S. Hollenliach Is- manufacturing some very fine uniforms lor the members of the order of Patriarchs of Militant. Fifteen gentlemen from here went to Norwalk recently to receive the degrees iu that order. ' Prol. Melville has secured an unusual number to hi class. He is Introducing an entirely new program in dancing which isar superior even to the more recent style, as it is easily acquired and the per son appears more graceful. On account of the continued warm weather during January the egg market was well supplied so as to reduce the price from 23o to 13c The egg syndl. cates throughout the country will likely feel a little blue over the sudden fall In the price of the traffic. . Prepare for the coming of the tlcta Ireat that Mr. Couch, manager ol the Opera House, has finally secured for all lovers of Ursulas entertainments. Geo. Ober's "l)r. Jekyll and Mr. Ilyde" are booked to appear here Thursday evening, February 21. Save your 80c and dontfail to wit ness this great play. ' Some changes have been made at the Western Union telegraph office. An ad ditional door has been placed in the soutb-west corner tor the use of the gen eral public, who transact business over a counter. The former entrance is now marked private. By this arrangement fjje business of the olllce will be kept en tirely from the outside world. Our special traveling correspondent has penned us a very fine letter from New Orleans which will be lound iu another column; slo Mr. E. H Hart, former citizen of Wellington, wrilos a very Inter sting communication from Ban Francisco, Cal. Next week we expect to bear from Dakota through our regular correspond ent, Blanche. Now as the condition ol the roads get better don't think that the proposed Ira provements are not necessary. The lm provement of the roads in the country should iDtereat the people ust as much as In town. In the southern part or the State where the reads In the country are Improved the farms adjacent are advanced In value Just the same In pioportlon to the improvement made, aildo from the con venlenWduring the muddy season. , A subscrltier suggest a good Idea to persons in the habit of carrying mall mat ter borne before the address Is examined. Occasionally mail matter is placed In the wrong box and patrons Innocently carry it home, then negligently leave It there several day belora returning It. The fubscrlber lurther says: "So many mhv takes are made and would be much more easlfy rectified at the time than afterwards. Mail I sometime brought here that does not belong to u and It 1 a day or so be fore It I carried back. I have received Invitation after It was too late and only last week, I think, I got letter that I bad been looking for which was received at this office on the 8lh of January." few pairs The first lecture or the People's Lecture Com be was given to a lull bouse In the M. E. church Monday evening by Rev. Wil bur L. Davidson, subject, "In and around Phukespeare' home." It was one of the most pleasing eutertiiinineuts that was ever given in our town, anil was a fitting introduction to the series of brilliant en terialutueiits that are to lollow. Tim pro-j.-ctions were made by Prof Kerstettcr, ol Berea, and were Iu every way successful. Every one who was present speak in the highest praise of the lecture and Mr Davidson will certainly be Invited to visit Wellington tigntn. The residence of O. D. Foote is being constantly beselged by traveling ProkiM tlon emissaries under the lorlorn mistake that tlipy are to have takers for their tracts and cold water papers. They glide up to the Iront door ami alter being received by the young lady of the bouse, she is asked "if her pa is In." Being answered in the affirmative and that he is out to dinner, the traveling man draws off his rubber and dons his overcoat and deposits his huge bundle of tracts on the hail table, beseeching them not to leave the table as he has hsd bis dinm r. Pretty soon Dell puts In an appearance with face all aglow ready to give him u square deal on a Stn etor, whn Bro. Mills is wonderfully surprised to find that the former occupant don't live There he used to. lie begs pardon for the Intrusion. Dell says, "all right, rail again." The divine picks up his huge bund e and is about to depart, hands Foote a tract. Hi answer Is "we have a very large lot now on hand, but will take a cigar with you, pard, it you have one about your clothes." The Sick. Mrs. II. D. Sage died this meriting at the residence of ber son-in-'aw Herbert Hull. Funeral Friday at 1 p. m. Miss Pearl, daugbter'of P. J. Under, Is lying very low with typhoid lever. The families of D. II. Gott and P. J Llnder haye been terribly afflicted with that dreadful disease typhoid lever M rs. W. H. Sage Is reported to be gain ing a little. Business Notes and Changes. J. M. Otterbacher shipped a fine pair of turl harness to Tiffin, a few days ago. Mr. F. D. Felt and Dr. C. K. Hisey, of this place, havn been experimenting for some months past to perfect omeil.ni In order that teeth might be extracted and filled wltbeut pain. About January 15th they had so far perfected a preparation which they were willing to apply to make a trial case, a they knew that the Ingre dient were harmless to tbo patient II it did not brine about the desired results a they expected. The test was made and the person operated upon couia scarcely realize that hi teeth had been extracted without the least sense of pain. The preparatl.fi Is known a Odontnnalgcsl" and has been introduced in Cleveland, Ely r I a, and seven other leading dental offices in the State by Dr. Hlsey, and in everv case it ba been pronounced a suc cess In every particular. Order are com ing in too last to be filled at present, but the gentlemen will soon be in shape to ac commodate the trade.- If the discovery proves a success, it is Indeed quite t compliment to our lellow townsmen to stand at (he bend of the dental profession ir discovering something that has been the constant study for all time and never been discovered until 1880. We wish them success. Church Notes and Announcements On Sunday next, Feb. 10th, a ten days evangelist! meeting will be opi ned tit the M. E. Srfurcb. Meetings will be held every day and rvening for ten days. Ev ery body Is cordially Invited to come. Theladiesoi the Catholic church will give a grand fair and festival In G. A. R. ball, Tuesday evening, Feb. 12. Admis sion including (upper, 23 Cents. At the fair there will be many contests for prizes and voting of article to Jbe most popular person. The ladies have been, very sue cessrul in making these entertainments pleasant and agreeable for every, one and they intend to exceed all prcvlou effort on till occasion. Supper will be served at 0 o'clock. 1 Tb next lecture of the course will be given by Got. Will Cumback, on Friday evening, Feb. 23. Don't fall to secure a eat and hear the Hoosler orator. It Is said that the boys are again getting a little restles when In attendance at the Balvatlon Army meetings. The authori ties dealt oat a imall dose of justice last spring to the transgressors ol law and or of LADIES' der at the Salvation Army meetings and a ' ropetitiorrVr the same old pe'formance is likely to cause li e dose to be doubled. Boys, if vou cannot observe good onler you bad hotter remain sway. The Army have a right to hold their meeting un molested. Council Proceedings. The Council metro regular session Mon day evening; present, Clerk Gopdwln and all the members except Vischer. Mayor lusted not having returned from hi Southern trip Councilman Lang was railed to the cbalr. Minutes of last meet ing read and approved. The following bills were approved by the committee on finance and an ordinance passed for their payment: W E Peirce, oil, etc $17 C3 J While, lighting lamps and set ting posts 17 60 S A Williams, night watch 45 00 (J E Sutlilf, coal for lockup .. i 13 Chiisiie & Benuett, repairs 2 00 Enterprise 6 63 W, II Sersge, labor on sidewalks. . 38 89 Same, labor on street . . S 00 W It Santley, lamp posts 20 Tim committee on walks asked for fur ther time to report on the petition of R. Craddock and others for sidewalk on south side of Mechanic street; granted. A petition was presented from G W Ryder and others for lamp n - Union street ; re ferred to committee on lamps. A petition was presented from D. Husted and others for lamp; referred to committee with power to act. Quite a discussion was in-. dulged in about the street Improvement. Some favored the laying of the stone on the side ot the street while others advo cated the center. A voto was taken and the latter plan carried. There being no further business 'he Council adjourned to meet Monday evening, February 11. PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. L II. Wadsworth, of Greenwich, spent'dnnday in town. Mr. JohnBton, of Berea, is a guest of his son-in-law, L. B. Pratt Mr. W. F Sawtell returned iroru Mich igan Monday. Guy Smith, of Pen field, is express driver. Miss Evelyn Howe, of Cleveland, wss the guest of Mrs. John Wight over Sun day. Dr. J. W. Houghton and Mr. C. H. Sheldon left for McComb, O., to-day to visit sick relatives. Hon. R. G. Ilorr, of Michigan, spent Sunday In town. Mis Grace Oormesly, of Bucyrus, O, was the guest of Dr. Hathaway over Sun day. Mrs. Louise Fahram, of Cleveland, Is visiting her sister, Mr. J. M. Otierhscher. Col. G. L. Courh left this morning for Columbus to attend Governor Foraker' annual reception given to the State and staff officers and members of the General Assembly. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crane spent two day last week visiting their sen who Is stopping In Columbus. The memler of the I. O. O. F. were entertained at be resldenre of J. M. Otterbacher Wednesday evening last. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schroeder tni daughter Rosa and Lyda, ot this place, have mvls two trips on -the west coast nf Africa and have crossed the equator twice on their Journey to Brazil, South America. R. J Robinson will attend the inaugura tion of General Harriwin, at Washington, D. C, and at the same tlm visit his daughter who resides ttiere. "One of the most enjoyable parties of the season wss given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. McComb, Bandwichi Oct, Friday evening, Jan'y 18, 139, It be Ing her 80th birthday anniversary. About forty couples were present The hostess was the recipient of beautilul gifts from her many Irlend. About midnight a sumptmussuppsr was served and the en tertaining power ot tbe amiable hostess were loudly praised by all present They were former resident of Wellington, O." Windsor Record. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Wbaa Babr was sick, we gave her Oastorta. When sha was a Child, ah orted for Castoria, Wbra she bteam Was, ah aluag to Castoria, Whan aha had CfcUdrta, she gave Uwm Cast aria. -SLIPPERS California Letter. 8an Fiianchch, Cal., Jun. 27, 1889. Editor of tbe Entiokihi : Dear Bin: Your favor inviting me to furnish my old home paper with a few Ideas of tbo west, is received upon my' re turn troiu a trip to the extreme northern part of the state. Insofar as it affords an opportunity of speaking of a state I like mi well as California, it gives me pleasure to comply with your request. Every per son's judmentot a country like this Is Influenced by so many circumstances en tirely personal to himself, such as success or the reverse In his own undertakings, that hia individual views may be of little value in determining the true character of the land he describes. There are, how ever, certain farts touching this great state that exist, and that require only to be stated to render the magoincent results which it must achieve in the luture mani fest. No state can match it In the variety nud value ol its mineral deposits; it excels all States iu the range and value of the products of the soil ; it has quarries of the finest niuble in the world; within its borders are found tbe largest trees that lilt branches to the sun ; it possesses In parts the finest climate oneaitb; it bus scenery that, in the judgmcot of those who have teen both, makes the boasted beau t es of Switzerland seem fiat and unprofit able; and Its Golden Gale forms a natural opening into the best and most commo dious harbor on the globe, a harbor in which the fleets of the entire earth could together ride in per'ect ease and safety. Here stands San Francisco, the youngest ol the important eitles of the country, and a city that is certain ultimately to be out numbered only by the metropolis upon the Atlantic seaboard. California is young, and notwithstanding a mania for specula tion that has always prevailed to a greater or los extent, originally here in mining stocks and properties, and latterly in the sum hern part of the State in town lots, the d -velopnieiit of the substantial resource of tbe State has been wonderful. Southern California is at present suffering from a case ot over "booulngn. It will recover, however, as the elements of oermanent prosperity exist, and there Is sun- to be a constantly enlarging market for the semi tropical productions of it toil. Central and northern California is unquestionably the better part of the State, iu business I of a healthier nature and the material basis of Its future prosperity of a more substantial character than at the south In two or three of the northern counties of the State I a belt of probably tbe inert tugar pine or whito pin timber on the continent, tbe land belonging originally to the government. In 1878 by Act of Congress these lands were upon certain conditions offered for sale, but until the building of the California & Oregon R. R., a couple of years since, they were so Inac cessible that few locatlous were made; receutly, however, their great prospective value has begun to be realized, and a rush has been made to acquire them. The trip relerred to in the" first part ol my letter was made with the purpose of securing a quarter section of this land. California abounds in beautiful scenery, and the scenery upon the last half of this trip wss the graodest and moat magnificent 1 ever beheld. Nothing in the overland trip serosa tbe Rockies and Sierra Nevada mountains la to be compared with the grandeur of the Cascade Mountain scenery. To the base of Mount Shasta, w here we If tl the cart, the railroads follows the course of the Sacrainuuto River from lis uiouih where It expands into San Fran cisco Bay six to ten mile across, up the rich Sacramento valley, through the moun lain passes and canons till the stream Is lost In the eternal snows of Shasta. Mt Shasta it one of the sights of Call fornia, it lifts Its crown of iuow nearly fifteen thousand feel slaive the sea level, and can be seen for a distance of a hun dred miles or more. In the building of the railroad through thl country the maximum of engineering was achieved, and the ascent of the road up the sides of the perlloua mountain canons, across the rugged heights, and through long dark tunnels Is simply marvelous. Space will not permit a description of the beautilul drive through the great pine woods, across sparkling mountain streams, snd over vast stretches of level country where the woodman' axe has a yet un marred the grandeur of the "forest primeval." It was a trip worth cross ing the continent to make, and was a lessoo of the sublimity of nature and the magnificence of our great republic. We often think of our old friend at Wellington, and personally I think It I one of the best town I ever knew, and It contain mora good people than any other town in tbe universe. - - Very truly, E, H. Ham. - -1 - v BUSINESS LOCALS. DOWN Til tirwin .,.i,t.i i eating els. where I will offer my residence on Courtland avenue st the astonishing low figure of $4,000. Anyone deal ing to "ut- in mr uuesi resilience in town for a Small Mmnnnffif nmnai lmnlH mII ... -- - . -'"" , .""-IU Vll 1 1 ot once and secure a bargain. . . W. F. Sawtbll. Inquire of J. II. Dickson or Mrs. Sawtell. PiOt. MaIvIII tial n lnrffl. eluua In Han, ing and all are making rapid progress Children meet every Saturday afterniMin. rareniH snoiuu noi mil to avail themselves ot this reallv ftrst.eliiMii iinimi-f iitiiiv Tti lessons in deportment alone are worth the price of admission. Park House. The Park HmiwA ultruvu hi ilm i.l..n. est and tliw fln,.t tul.u ti.,. ,i,rb -fr,,,,!.. Gnod feed barn in connection. L. C. Bennett, Prnp. WANTED Hiinnilni, uu i,nrau M second girl. Address box C22, M Uau, O. FOR HAI.F..T!i-.1K nroit -TortAir f.iv one of the licsl in tlm sto l! fi..vl. April 4th. E II Wait, Willingtoii.O. BIG RAUfJATV RTni!PTr,.i. ,' everything every day, lor ull the people. i una una iit-ver oeen a time wiicn your money had us great a purchasing power as now. never liefm-a nuild im Kirr-u u riety of useful and necessuiy household g 'mis ue iinu ior so nine money. Among tllO IHHIIV haruainM for Ihn i-riniinir u-m.k arAfi()0 Vila Itrnau h-'limnulu ut M ,.,,!. 500 lleulth Corse's, usual price $1 50 sold ur usrgiitn counteis are crowd ed with Fancy (Jocsls, Cum kety, Glass and Tin at half the usual price, flo'doz Ladies' Black Hose, 8c. 0 days only. Choice Garden Seed In hulk in season at N. P. Roiiinbon's. FOR NAf.rc nn nr.TTt, n tington hotel with four acres of lund, good barn and the house is at present doing a good business. ' erms easy. For further particulars call on or odd" ss. o j . i . iiahklll, vv eiiingion, U. FOR ItF.NTTli farm ofatinnt HI ui-ma tun miU wt ,.r the village of Wellington. Good locution convenient to church and school. Good buildings and well wateied. For terms call on or a'klros., J. I. IIaskei.i., V, ellington, O. Sugar ! Sugurl Sugar I Owing to the refineries combination be ing declined illegal. I have reduced the prices on Sugur, and shall sell White Oil. (Standard Company's) at 10 cents per gal lon. II J. TUHKI. The finest display of Baking Powder in town at N. p. Rohinbon's. Five Hundred Dollurs to Give Awuy. My bouse and lot, situated on Forest Avenue. The lut Is eighty three (83) leet front, tlto house frame, erected in 1887 with all ol the more nusleru improve ments, an excellent cellar, lawo and prem ises in first class condition Hnd the neigh borhood unexcelled. On account or lo cating elsewhere, I am desirous ot dis posing o the above named oreuiisea even at the enormous sacrifice of five hundred dollar-) below actual cat. Terms easy. Call on or address, A. r. Dimock, Wellington, O. Oysters, direct Irom Baltimore at Wiixard's. A CARD. Look out for the now repair shop across from T Doland'a vuicon shop an kinus or iiirniture lepsirea and siaini-d to look a gnod as new. New work made to order. Saw filed and varnishing done. Give ma a call. II. A. K.naiv. NEW MILLINEIJY-MissAuiiaSwan. ger, of Bucyrus, will open her millinery parlors In the Warner blin k, first door south ot the American lb-use, April 1, wit n full line of spring styles. No old stock. 4-0 Pillsbury's Best Minneapolis Flour, The hi st Flour made ai im-aho's. FOR 8ALE One of llie finest resi deuce on Courtland avenue. Inquire of 4tf J.H Dickson. A hentltllul prize with every package nf Baking Powder. Call and see them nt WlLLARD'a. A complete line of Pickle Gmals st Willahd's. Impure blood I an insidious remedy running through the system seeking the w eakest organs. To conquer the enemy use H Ill's Sarsaparilla. F I) Pelt. Dyspepsia or Indigestion always yii Id, to the curative properties of llihhard's Rheumatic. Syrup, containing, im it does nature's spu-ific tor ihu stomach. For sale at E. W. Adams' snd F. D. Felt. OyKtetn! Oyntprs!! Oyster!!! In Can or Bulk at Eat nest Lemuels. Hot Peauuts at Wii.i.akd's. For headache, an effectual remedy Is found In Cobb's Little Pills. 25 cents for 40 pills. F D Felt. Farm for Sale 45 acre of giaid Imid, shunted one mile north ami one mile east of the cmi'i r of lliiniinuton. If not sold bv March 1st, will be for rent. '514 J. II. Dickson. It is criminal to neglect a child. Hill's Peerles Worm hpecilie. cure worms, or money reftiudid at Kelt's. Notice. J. M. Crabtree will pay the highest market prices lor live and dressed hgs veal calves, dry anil green hide and prlls. To those that intend putting up a whio bronze iiionunient liefore Decoration day we will say that during I lie winter mouu r is a good tune to place your order for it, a tew having already done so. R N (omjDwin, Agt.' MONEYTOLON On long time at moderate interest nn good farm security Enquire olC ge& IJii. Mr. Lee Moon having purchased the Laundry business f Wing Sng will con tlnue to serve the niitilic-. I am nmv pre. pared to do up collars and culls hy new patent process. Prices the same as toy predecessor. Plenso favor me with yom patronage. 8-51 Dr. E. M Obermllb r. from Toledo, O , will be at the American House, Welling ton, Nov. 7th, Dec. 5tb, Jan. Oib, Feb. 6th, March 8th. 41-5ino ) Dentistry Dr. 0. K. Hlsey, ot Ashland, O , ha opened a permanent nine in the wads worth building. Teetb extracted wltbon pain Dy mo un ui fimu TiMiiHiu i and all work warranted to please. Sign of . . . . t 300 Can be provided with CloaVs by making application to the head of our Cloak Depart- ment between the hours of 8 a. m. and G p. in. on Wednes day, Thursday and Friday ol this week . Very little mon ey will be needed to secure T nice garment, as the seasoti is ho far advanced that wtt want to hustle out our entire stock of Children's Cloaks, (some 400 odd), at remark ably low prices. Below wc mention a few of the tempt ing inducements to be offered : Cloaks for Children 2 year old, beauties at $3 00 and 8.50. Cloaks for Children 4 year old. gool ones, at J 50 and 4.00. Cloaks for Children 6 years old, great trultiA 1 Ok1 - .1 j nn , HI UU, HI l, u u IUU 1.UV. PI L a turn 'pi,, 1,1 Q .,nnu M i- tu .ui v ii u j uiw a ui u, iuro to please, at $2.50, 4, 4.50 and 5. Cloaks for Children in of good materials, at $3, 4.50 and S.S0. Cloaks for Misses 12 year old, trCylisIk garments, at $3.50. 4, 4.50 and S. Cloak for Misses 14 years old, long Newmarkets, at $5 snd 6. Cloak for Misses 18 years old, long Newmarkets, at $-1 50, snd 7. Cloak for Muses 18 years old, long Newmarket, at $9, 10 and 13. From the above low pricea we shall give, during the next three days, a special cash discount. Come and find out what it is. IHLL!.'FA'g.Vr,-'gTa 4 and 6 Euclid Ate. i Cleveland, Ohio. Crow & wliitmarsb ue gom ioow.