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THE ENTERP it I SE.':- WKDNESPA Va FEBRUARY 13, 18P9.'
Born. AHTK-Jan.3l.l839.'aontoMr. and Mr. J. C.Art. MED. mv t unfit. v. v-OI consumption In HuntlnRton, Tbar.daTeYenlm.Feb. 7. Hattle. wile ol J. F. Uoardsler aued 36 roars, 7 months and .... Funeral Sunday. Kemalni Interred luBrlRhton Rer.W.Leet, of WelllnKton afflelatlns. WARREN-Of Taralysls. Feb. 9th, Luther D. Warren, ajea i o... .- fie. W. 0. Dawson officiating. innv.At her residence on North Main treat, ot Paralysis, Mrs.N. JS. Maruy. aged . Funeral Friday at 10:30 a. in. Mr. Leeoe.of spiritualistic lulth.o! Cleveland, 4fflelatlni. .,, j Mr.A.K. Maroy.Mrs.C. K. Manvllle and v. n n Fowlerexpresi thanks to the neldh- fcoraandtrlendstorasslstauce aud sympathy slurlni the Illness ot their mower. Mrs. llelen tlowk was boru in Cayuna county, N. Y , April 14, 1810, and died at Iter Lome in Wellington, U., f-u. u, ioo, She was married 'o EH Howk in lt?32 and llicy came to Ohio in 1831 and aetilcl in ajouiueust Wellington where tiny Lore their full share of the hurdsliips ol pioneer life. After mmy years of burd lalmr In eU uring and developing the resources ol 'ie farm ntii) rearing a lur'o family, bIio wilh her uiistmnil n iired to n lioiiio in WellliifiU.il where tliry "Pfnt n num'.icr m aVij.y years until l'Yu. 10, 1'iSl, "iie.i lu-i fcusUiul ):isseil to liia rmwiitl. Sini'i' timt time Mlicr llow k lim lived with lier m, llie delight of lliu Iflii and pan. liny a'.tiil,' the ti.ne u iio i sim hoiild Joi" lie loves on on t!i ol'iei side. She w- conslcUnt Cini'tian fT more Hi mi mm jtars; in curly life be ing a member ol the ttaptist di'iiomiiuli but joining Hi" ilctiioiii.t K,iopal cliurcu in Mi. In kernelhDorlioid and l i her hom nlie t"templifk'd the. true Cliibiian life und was one oi those faithful women ol whnu fi In said "ilT cUiKlreii fk.tll ris up and SiU her Uctacd." Tho Woman's Missionary and Aid Society ol Die M. E. church. Willim:tin.O., lust another tfitrotrd, caruc.Ht, exemiilary meiuln-r when Aim. Helen How h.ide adieu to eiirthly thlnK in Wednesday muruiiiK. Feb, 0, WW. Her Cark hrlKht uyea, white hair, taee that be. that all, ho saw, turned t sran closely, llor quaint retlrlnu manner rumpled ber to "i;lve her alms lu secret." tier yoiiiiuor sisters Kladly asked counsel ul ler who bud strlveu with the years, who had helped to clear away the forest and make a C.trden (or the liluomliijc '( the rose of culture; wlivbadulveii hor strong young sons to her Ountry; whoouame is found lu the earliest r.iurrb records ot tue townalilp; who itiatliy krlpBd.inherituiet way. to procure ehureli od parsonage kuililliiK; uud who was Instru mental In lirlnelng her liusuiind and other aien.bers ol her family to Christ. he died full f years aud honor. Her memory will bother f.lied by friend, uoighbor and family. For rar Society v.c bring our trihuto of love and respect. Mas. W. K. 8ati.hv, " llitsaiiiTTi .MeUKanOTT, ' W. E. Paisca. ffAOB-At the residence of her son In-law, Mr. W. U. Hall.of this place. Mrs. II. 1), face, aged CI years. The deceas' d It ad enjoyed, iipparently, fxHi health until within les than one iitr, when the p.esetu e nf a tumor cogaizwl v.hich eidarged with great ra I ;dity unit) her de ilh. Au tiillopsy shovv. ri the tutno: to h r canirerou.i, and tout ii had embraced in ita growth a largu pot i,.ia of luc bowelA, H'.ouiaeU uud liver. Miti. baie as iKirn Jan. I. ISiS, in ll:r tj'ii ol 1'nttou, taiiaja hint, and itl uu Ctrly age rei.ioved to t!ie State of Ver auont from wliirli lie eiime witli her filler's family at tl,e ago ol Hl.xteen yeura. 1 Lorain county. A ye ir later alic wa Cnverted a:.d Joined tli" MellioditcUurt Ii rf wbicli f.Si teuialtied n eotisltent mem IW. At lliu age o 21 lio win intirried lo Mr. (irrlti fat. de.-eihed, at that time a sid-tit o lIir.itiK'n, where the) re lalmd a year or more, and then lame lo Wellington, whbli hat ucf bei-i Iihi Wine, periud of ii'ioot SO e:ir. The rltet hm In eh n'lpiulnlcd with lier for Miore llian Set years, and Lean, cheerful tti:iiouy t.i her .iunily viiluesuuii Oiri .tiaii 1 . . ; i . i . t -Mo lot and unpre gi'iiilnus, sl e wa f enriieet, capable, f.ultfnl in (ikH works. The sick and i.ir,Tiiie :i!ujsfnund inliera sympathet ic ""'1 iielpftil Mend, and In nil thu lie ttrko.uiiienterpiUeaof thri church and In CT'ry work fur thu advancement of lt spiritual inleresls, idie was one ol tin iMt energetic and efficient With lest sentiment than many, she was intensely fiactlcal, and.aecordingly, useful, 8he Caiue to the close of life exhibiting In ma turity the fruits of Christian faith, and liib confidence and peace, truly BUlilliue, eotto ber reward. After such flltleg 0'e, who would not aayl "Let me die Cie death of the rinbteous, and let my lost end be like bis." II MIMOKIAM. 1 Taadajr erralag, Frb'y a, IBM, Mrs. H. D. ( tuHl frpoi M ttirlag SB to mi Ba waa prsaldnit of A Woaaaa'i MMaaary sad Aid society 04 tbe Mctb 31 1 Ktcopal Cbarck, Wtlliagtoa, O., wheaeallad, fliroagb ssSerlag, i eeaat act Ira work for 'tbt mai-a-" , at nafeaeslaUrw of ber aaaoelau alatef, d In to st ape neid aoat sipmsloa of ar appra sjtatioa r ber Uberof saertloaal lor aOtbruafk fljt areatfat, ssBcb-aaktaf yean of tbflaot aarlr f a eaatory. Bo wall sa eitaiplltad tbat "Uvlac b bat tba baartas. tho aadortng, Tbtetaaklag U baasMT "TbcUalm- iswaoapbrta Aloaa wbea orery chord la awavt TbreugbeMrlitt.'' "K ntiled tiring Caa siaalo bring. ' aBtrtrtllfabaatnioiph." Ua was prorsa by afllotloa aad btraavaaMal. rroelMM la UM SMsury of bardcvetloa t taa eaaaa SC has Halt, of bar aaaloas wart for Um aotaiar Snr (uUMratraof brarary aad aarll frsa'l lo 'Sl of sjwatb'Uvaawtiib baadlosof sappilas atolfe 'Vneaauariaf UMsraron aaa wllllag work etbaadatortbantoaloaaryslstar la lb Baai aad la thiWaatflbtbaad cwjsaw aad oosaforUag words . fprm t bar artgtibar la lioabK. Wa aaM Mt'orfMbOT SeroUoa U th right garbaaraaot wl Ul tboao did aot tblak aa ab4M tar aaartaee; her UMtaatri ar plaaaaat saaaaer, wla- gfjass atlba to yoaag aad eld. gur aolgbtxn, tbaeharobelrolt, the faatrly elrda aaguls I Q loaaaai wtU tartaHy reaMabartb . . . i . v. mmImi Una 1 .... thjt wept itn ,ne "n"wiu - - . ?.u....iinnrnr.vor. tli. bind that eanno uiaur n. r--. . ..wlih 1 . . .nlnlnlAr to t..e UtHT, ntuiwKv 1 1 U .. n In lt. MM I the famUy, liut loua up iurouu i ibst n Jr, and yet, It mtj oe "ferhspstuorear. arew . SmsllUirssds that bsad held fait ; Vuill lbs hut. That wo oB gsitter up sod weavs along Willi paUeneti s rong . : i. i..v. if tfrHcmn taks Bot n won. ihgl tbrtad. for love's tweet take And keep K beaten oa . be wue A trtlle longer, feel The aauie tliread la our baud! to add unto and bold Until our owageloold." nanili that begin Wbere theaf left oB. and .o ng oa Grow ttrong " llaa. W R. Bahtlct, Haa.IUxaiarra McDasaorr. llaa W. B. I Biaoa. The liest remedy lor worms is found in mil'., iwieaa Worm 8uiiinc. JNo cure, no pay. FUFelt News From the t;oitnty Seat. The Court Af rnmmftn PtoaS MmmtTlCtA It a Ion for ISM) on Monday of tbli week, with Judge 0, W. li wis on the bench. The grand Jur) appearoa an I w'Tf ..t . rir imunintlnii the criminal uuu neaa. Tlie petit Jury will not apper unll) next Mon day, tbe I lib lint. Th . f lluwlni biitlneaa baa been dlnpO'td ol oy Juilge Lewis fur the term. June AnJruwa v. thu N V C A St L lil Co., money nlv. Kelt wl mnA RrntM ni.ld. A-tiert hly va r lltabclh Bird ct at, recovery of real property, lomlnuud. ie.l4i:aidovihe NY CA 81 L Ky Co.. ra on y. Iliim .(' for neraoaal Injury; uii" -t pit uiifTn com for want or prosecution. 1 liurlMa Uatennau va John Lind a etal, money only; cuiitinucU. ba.uui l .1 llirtinan i Henry Norton ctal, money only; cuittinucd. Wllllhui Wa.ker vs Klltur Lacy, accnontlng ond qultaiil..' relit f; coiiiiuued under a former order. K wa d .' tit J.ilin el ai v. l.avlna L liay ct ai, lo qu.it title and uta.ldit Willi onilouod. James Nlcliol va Uco 1. beeley, money onir. con- II.IUC1. Jsinen Nldiol ts E C Foster, assignee, money and allowance of claim; contluued. Julm Kliiiell vs Hcleu Krlucll, divorce; diinilssrd by plalnilir at bis costs. Mary Jones Villio Village of Wellington, money only; dlnilscd by plaintiff M ber corns. Win II i.rjanl v. Atlantic blonaCo., money ond at- laeliineiit; c nlluued. John Umden et al, ci's., vs B L Johnson et al. for Juilg.ueut agaliut ball for coata; continoea. William U.,ruon va Mary Oortlun. (llroree; ill. ml.sed at Plaintiff's costs. Win O , lait va byron i) lleddlrcoino. money aud uu...llient; cumlnueO. Iiaunab shuie vs Uunr, chute, alimony. Injunction a;.d niultable reilet; dismlaaed at p alutllTs coita. Anion Bclincldar vs Jacob Myer el al, p .rtlllon aud eiiuliabio relief; sa c of pre in I us conflruied and deed ordered; atloriiey'a fees (uorderwi paid. L u Kinltb vs Maihla I). Id.lch et al, money. lore. c.oaure of luorlgagi) and relief; decree tor plaintiff, aee Journal. Jaiu.a E Havls A Co. vs E J UoodrlcD et au money only; continued. H.rrlut M iullon ra Kdward J t.ouarieu et ai money . nly; continued. LB Smith va John Puruplls et al, money (and equltablereli.fi continued. Luta Yi arrta va a l Dudley, money only; coo- U.ued. 8h Hill va Jacob Hoover, money only, appealed by dcfiiOdAntt pjaeed for ael.leuicot. L II smith vs Wm liurusel al, money, foreclosure of ...oi tgaae; decree for plaint IT, aee Journal. r'r.o K Tuomaa ratlcorge T L'puegraltaial, money oolyieontinuod. Tbeo L anow vs W W nradhell at al, mooey and at- tachine.il; defau I Judgment forplalnillf for SUS.W. iooimlssl nera of Lorain eouaty va the lake vessol cal.ed "Coruiotanl," mooey onlyi dlsiuia.ed without prejudice. W it fuller, adm'r. va John A Crosa, 'money only; continued. sWr aiekles ts Walter M Crandrall, adm'r, m .n'y ouli;eouilnu.'d. Minnie Wagner va August Wagner, Injunction, fijiiliithlc relief aud allniouy; dismissed al plaln.lira costs. liu.mu (iarrtss vs Joseph Garrlss, dlro.ee; dlruree gramcd anileustody of minor clilldrcn given to piala- .lit. L II Smith i.d Blu ldon el al, money, foreclosure o( inoi uug an relief; eoutlnued. iharlea a Mctea f va J.uies A aberldaoet al, ao- coull.lbg and niull.blo relle.; .t itled and cost pild. Llwrlotie A Jones ts Willum 8 Jones, divorce graiueu ai defendant's rual; alimony, see Journal. L II oiuliu s Jlary lllggius equlmiile relief; ri.a- tlnued. Join Hawks vs KT Smith et oU money, foreclosure and equitable rell.f; dlmlssed and cosu paid. Aunu -ootli va W 11 Ml.leretal, mouey, loreelos- uic and ri Mrf, default; Judgment lor plaluUIT g.iii' Win I'aiieraon va Henry raiima atal, money. .oiaiL'loaure and equllaoie rel,ef; defaultaa loalr msn; Jud.iuent for plilnlilT ShtJ. NhW f.tnl.a Kll.hU IJS COMMON rXKAN. John F btlgerva Mlio Wad.wortbetat, muaey only; appca.ed from Jesiiee of iea.i d'Mkel by plaiaulf. Anna Mar) liafer, guardian of Anua ocliafer ct al, t. Anna K i-chafcr etal, parUUoBvf realeataic and aslfthtuf nt of dower. fiiesiai. of oiiiovajoho Van Odder st al, moLey only; oire.iuru of reougnli J.ca. Xeiile Walkerva llen.y u Walker, divorce, bmniatlniabvai'liarlea Uruso, dIVvros. ii Aulimao CovaJoUu A ttiulibetsl, to marshal lieua and aubject real ostatsj to pay dcuu riederlckstreatorvetheOLA W ltyCo.,' money ouiy; daiiug. s lor ouraonal lujuey. oumui Mwn vs Francea Couaueo et at, mosey, fore closure of uiong.ge and oqoioio rellot. be Waruea uuahocll UcssUer Co vs Thomas r Kesier, nio.ey only. Jatnea r Maatcr vs George Iteldet at, W sale of r.ai ealatv and equitable relief. A O Garrett vs Mary Gamut, divorce. L II Smith ys Wllilam II CouaiMStal, money, fore closure end eqa labia reilef. Aau iook vs Josepbua 8 Tllloo, to sat aside Judg ment. I oa Darkee, sdm'g of be escate of Mary Watklna, decaaaed, va Frederick Anderson, money and eqult able relief. L B Smith vs Jobs Labtff et at, money, cognovit, Judgment by ooafeaaloa for f SB.U. L st smith va A ( Lord A Co, money only. Judg ment by confession for i,UI,ss. IN PHOBATfct COLRT. aatwlll of Jaanett Newton deceased, lata of Obortla, admitted to probate. Oeorg L IleWolf ad pointed aad qsalltad sa aiecu tor of tha last will aad MUla of Mlnarra M DeWolf decaaaed, lata of Iiyiia. The Bo ad to Heaven. "A map ot the road lo heaven, by a soul In purgatory," write aa author aud liter ary critic, describing bia Ideal, anil hum orously confessing bis failure to attain It. Why, then, tuner In the uuriratorT of di ease when when tbe way of escape la In plain sight r Ai a remedy for acrofuloua affections of tbe throat and lunire. Includ ing consumption In the formotlvsj stage of tubercle, catarrh, chronic bronchitis, to monand morbid growtht of all kinds caused by Impure or impoverished blood. IT. fierce ' uoiden Medical Discovery has neither a rival nor a worthy compet itor. Chronic naaal catarrh positively cured by Dr. Saga'a Kem-ily. As)artlasl Lsruara. Tat followlag I a list of aaclalsM utters ra asalalag la tha postofflca at WeUlagtoa, Ohio, February 4 ana 11, tn. MnBotloaKooh. FraaaTrlps, Master Wars) Bsalta, Mr. Rota Worden. lliu Mabl McCoy. Miss Mlaala A Tinder Mr. Edward Whlteoat. Fersons eatllnff for tha above tteas say Ma4vertlse." flae.O.Bvn.r. . THE ikliBERT MEDICAL DISPENSARY Superior Street, next to Chronic NERYOOS, SKIN AND BLOOD Successfully Treated upon the nasa. eon fast on of idoas, palpitation of tha .1.1 .rr..,i.n nl (V. line. aiimiHsh and howola Imbiti of youth-and seorot praotioot, uiakiug Ufa impossible. . i . Thosa gnfforlng Imra QrVOUS Nervous Debility, tha i symptoms oi wuion art tjebllltV. dull, sJlatrsjgseal mind performing their bnslness and aodal duties; uiaVa h.ippv uiarriiigesiupossihlo.dutrew the ncXion of tha heart, causing flushes of boat, itcprosaion of spirits, evil forebodings, coward ire, fear, dreams, short breathings, molar. tlioly. ttra easily of oomt-any and bae n rcf erence lo be alones feeling as tired in the morning as when retiring! lost manhood) vilii-e bone denorits in the urine,nrviuenee. iicmbl og, ooniuaionof thougbis, uatery and weuk eves, dyrpepsia, onnatipation, paleness, twin and weakness in tin limbs, etc., shoulil muisnlt DIt. ALBlillT iwmediately uud he restored to health. r.arriage.S plating marriago,wawaro of Married persons or ig men dvuwis- Plating marriaau, , . " - noss, lots of procrostlve powers, impotency, or nuy oilier aiiquauuwiumi n-wui., lie who places himself ond-r theoire of DR. ALUtUi, may confide inhis honor as a gen tleman, and ennfidentlv roly on but skill as a pbysicin. 1K. ALBERT has had many years' experience in hospitals and private practice and is agrs'Hnte of the moot eminent Iloaicalt-oiiLgiaoi i.. !iiinrK Ep aaws-wj Slnu. mm.4 Bjnuao.fnll. S nta suu a PitelngMthod.anija6tt8rair v" tea fjiven in tvery case. A Perfect Restoration Guaranteed. PERSONS RUINED IN HEALTH SeuTntauer I fclioviiw ' wi i.aw I ,,', j. r.ll..t- t..,f Ml.Hpniiuka.hlA. one braonal lniimouseomriounaa,anouiaBppwuuui"ujov.. . ..r - PR. ALBERT. Cleveland, O. gp- aw A course of treatment with full direc tlons will ba sent to any part of the United states, securely pacKeu, Tree from observation, upon .receipt of Five Dollars, with a guarantee that if results are not satis factorv. money will be refunded. ' r0 r. a. . . 4 , liU.' STic;. CVMVIN COUtCE WRITIN0 DEP'T, 0BERUN SCHOOL of STENOORHPHT flit r.."t" ,v.,W, l.trMii.:n. ire, nuutuu llnirn Vexi-tiibl Smri'iii Hair lNnw I ia iIip ini't ii'lh bit' arilc'" i" tts f r a i Hlorinif urav Imir to lt orltf al c..nr ai.. irouiiiihK tli'1 1'M'vtli nf th ha r. Dissolution olloe. N'OTK'K la nerniy ulvnu th it Hie nnu n Kn-!.i Mar, have this .nv d'a-'.irn put tnerxhlp l,v iiinHial finaent, V. .1. Krehh iieinij Hie r llr its l aitn.T J. l. Htarr wll. coiilintie Utisineas tit tiie "Id ataixt W.J. KB. S, J. ,M. Hrik.i. lVi.flwld.O..Keb.ll. 'W. Tils) VV. uii'l It. ... K, o., vill M'l nmii-l ti ii'-M:ui i .i tic .ti a-, "in' tar-. (12 Mi in ''Vi.s:n,.,liMi, i. C. !'. Ii 3'J ! M r. ii in I i'i'iuriiliij tint I .iMiyii o I; nr.- ...v-i UiP ri'liulilM i'l'lin. ('. r II. (. iy. I ioiii I'isitslii.rgli. je. W. IIAiiMiiN. .jil. OvsrifPSill or 1 III! ( IssaS nlsv li- vl III, to lliu curailve pnipHriifa f I .' . .ui" Klieuiri'iltu svruii.c.iiilaitiinit, a n '!ih natme's Rre'itlc lor lliu sluiiiai:!'. Fur tale at E. W. Admna' anil F. I. Ke!'. Hill's Sir',p i. I'lil c ir.a Where i '. ! remfdies lull. F O Felt aaas CONSUMPTION SCEELT CURED. To th Editor Pleasa Inform your rs'nil n ra that I have a posillvei anirdy fur tlx above oameo: dlseuKC. Iijr its timely ux thousands ol hopeless cases have been peimanrntly cured. I aliall be Rtad lo send two buttles of my reme dy rRKK in auv of your readers who have enn aumptlon If they will send me their exprea ami post olTlce mldrcsa. rfpelfiilly. 1. A.bLOi;liM.M.C..lill t U.N-wVcrk Dyspepsia Makes tli lives of many people miserable, and often leads to self-destruction. Distress after eating, tour stomach, tick headache, heartburn, lost of appetite, a faint, " all gom feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irrcgu . larlty of tbe bowels, are Dl8trC3S aom of th more common After symptom. Dyspepsia doos not got wcU of Itself. It Eating require careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood' Sana parllla, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tone the stomach and other organs, regulate th digestion, create! a good appetite, and by thu , et c ' overcoming the local aymjv s. " . tomt remove tlie tvmpa-sioaaacne thetle effect of th disease, banlshe tli headache, and rcfrcshea the tired mind. " I have been troubled with dyspepsia, I had but little appetite, and what I did eat U aorta distressed me, or did m ar IUU good. In aa hour bum after eating I would expe rience a talntnett, or tired, all-gone feeling, as thongl) I had not eaten anything. My trou ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which 1 that ot a painter, and from being more or let that tip In a eAU. , loom with freth paint. Lat "l"' prlng I took Hood' Barstv etomaon rUla took three bottle. It did me aa Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the eravmg I had previously snptjrtenced." QBOBoa A. PaoK, watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla oUby aJldrurflHa. fit i!ifor rrrpamdmry ky 0. L HOOD CO., Anof baearla. In, Maaa. IOO Oosos One Dollar Postoffice, Cleveland, 0. Diseases Latest Scientific Principles. Has attained tbe most wonderful nooam In tha treatment f tha oases to which ha devotes his special attention, and through years of patient labor and research, ho has dis covered tlie most InfaJlibiB method ol curing general wattknfaa. Inyolontarv dUohartea. Imnotenov. Dervous- heart, timidity, disease of throat, noes and thoaa terrible disorders ariaioa from solitary a uiuoralloeiiMiuoomd reudering marriage OaivAsan I Immediately cured and rgUnQI iull vigor restored. This Weakness ationwh ob lenders lifuabuiuenatid and marriage impossible is the penalty paid by the victim of improper inilulgenoe. The moat cha t must acknow ledae tbat the pHSrlons are the greot magnet by which the whole world Is attracted. De stroy thorn Mid what have wet Man Is no longer interested in Ihe opposite seal the In terchange of that bllaeful repose whivb attracts Snd interests tbe whole world, exists no kuMri tnun ofuutea to bo what Una made him i tbo world is no longer Interesting to Lira, and 1 remorse anddisappointiiieutaronis couslniitD onmpnntons. Consult DR. ALBEKT st onccl id you w ill find the sympathy and relief that I you poeilivoly require. You nc Men tSuJS iliiary vioe.-tlmt dreadful and destructive habit, which annunliy sweeps to an untimely grave, tboussnda of young men o( exalted tnleut and brilliant ILteUMt, way call with full coi'fidenco. DR. ALUiiKT sddresses all those who bsve Injured themselves by improper indulgence snd solitary babits which ruin both mind and body, unfitting thetuior bojiness, study, Society or marriage. Remarka-cMAS: hlfi Cures beta neolected or unskillful! treated. No experimeDtt or tbi iurej Ua Uit A iYmtBrAnflouncement The electoral count has been settled for Har rison and so have I set tied in business on North Main street where I ex- P3ct f o give my time to I tho public in furnishing t iem flrst-cla3s GROCERIES PROVISIONS, The leading brands of flour kept constantly on hand. I FRESH MaCKERAL FreshButter, legs In fact everything kept in a flrst-clas3 grocery can be found in my store Farmers will find it greatly to their advan tage to call on us with their Butter and Eggs. Free delivery inside of tho corporation and goods handled very carefully. All are invit ed to call and inspect my stock. Very Truly, D. WEST. Coffees Teas Spices CLEARANCE -SALE ! - For the next thirty days to reduce stock, will sell at bot tom prices: 40,000 poumls Fence Wiro boueht cheap. V ill sell li'iruea f ence w ire at Iron Nails at $2 per kog of 8 enny. Bt. BieelWire at $3 pr - 81elghlleilMatco8t. : iBledi - Burse Blankets at cost. Lap Robes " I Japanese Robes " Table Cutlery " Champion X Cut Saws 25 to 30 cts per foot. Champion Buck 6aws75o each. Hand Saws Wets each. Shot tlo per bag. Solid Steel Axes 75ct each. " Crow Burs 6cts per pound. Daisy Thermometers lScts eaoh- I 8 Inch Mill Files lCcts each. 10 Inch .' Mil Files loots each. Any surplus goods In stock at die above pi ices. 22. Wellington, Ohio , February 5lb, 1889. T...IJ ujL..-rTiiiausi;i).j.i,jutit.jiM..1.,a ' J1L.""1-r7Mrtt,,J"t'J"",'s'Jl,BrjffSS. misi si i..i Call on WM. VISCHER a" SON, For your PI ANOS The Estcy Piano and Orffan llio civilized globe and while claiming to be "just as good as the estey," The hardened mortal has not been found to say lie is prepared to furnish a superior. IT STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL ! ON THE 1ACE OF s;..n'-: '"'St.. tf . 'jv:. ?" . . . ..... . Nos. 404 and 405. Wood Beam, THE OLIVER mau aDDortionatelu be great prize winner of the century. The Oliver Jias the best Mouldboard o f all. The Oliver has the best Standard and Share. The Oliver Steel now, nice me uiiver uniuca, is a Center Draft Plow. The Oliver does Perfect work in sticl-j soil or heavy clay land. The Oliver Steel Plow does perfect ivork in sod. The gonuino Oliver Plow and Hcpair are told by G. E. TOWNSEND, Wellington, "White Bronze Monuments On Top," sa sasasaw J A . A Al. Tho onlv Monument record for aze?. "Inscriptions always legible." Buy the Bronze as it aoes not neea replacing. Portrimontli.N.H., White Bronise 8oI dien' and SatlorV Monument R. N. GOODWIN, I f Ttv Sk ' ' ''o . ". r . , i . L LI.- 1.000 Kegs Nails, bought nbesp a o to f.i uu per iuu pnuoua. : ell Cut Nails at 2.25 per keg ul 8 peony. r keg of 8 penny. Breach LoadlngShot Guns 10 to $17 eaob. Pure Manila Binder Twine KKcts per pound . Cable Chain with book, (1, (1.60 and ii each, bolld Steel Adze Eye Hammers Wots each. " " Shovels and 6pades60cts " ' Step Ladders, $1, $1.26, snd $1W each. -Steel Oame Traps, $2, snd 12.60 per dos. Flobert Rifles, $4 to $5. Revolvers very low prloes. Clothes Wringers very low prices. Pockot Cutlery, " " " Steel Club Skates, best 76cts per pair. ' " ". " Nickel Plated $1 per pair. Carpenters Steel Squares, 76ots each. npeclal priced. Do not ask lor credit at BENEDICT, ORGANS arc known in every part of other instruments are sold THE FOOTSTOOL. . J- -'N-.i v,v. , Stoel Flow. Blgnt and Left Hand. STEEL PLOW. called The World Beater. The . Ohio. made that reserves the Over 30,000 now in use in this country. The largest yo piade standing in the States where granite is best known. Now is a good time to brder. BETTEBAW) CEAPHTHAS EliDDHSED BY SC1EKTISTS AS P2ACTICALLT Icasstnictllilt Cvcr COO Beautiful Deelena. STOUE. Send for ,1 Drtnm List A ! 'A Circulars. MONUMENTAL BRONZE COMPANY, Mwoarosvr. ooji m. - - -'KKgaV3 1 A R 1 ii?' 4 ..'-ririi- I Agt. - Wellington, O.