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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
v . LA G15ANOK.
y Nov. 23. '89.
SuiiEbine a!er riu. . .'
.' This will le quite an eventful week In
LaG range; turthcr pnrticulaia next letter.
School exerctt in town hull to-night
and to-morrow night. .
Dances at town hu'l Thursday and Fri
L. J, Bweet is teaching penmanship in
the Grafton schools , ,
. Meeting of W C. T U. of Lorain Co.
at Methodist Church LsQrange, Decem
ber 4th and 5th.
This letter is decidedly dry for lack of
news. . , r YotjbsDrtlt
Nor. 85,1689. '
Wn. Clark Br. and wife have gone to
Warsaw, Indiana to spend the winter with
Milton Cummings Esq., Las gone to In
diana, where he enters his uncle's glass
factory as shipping clerk,
Allle Tullington, goes to Plttsfleld to
spend the winter. " '
The Baptists have been having a pro
tracted meeting the past two weeks.
Good Interest has been manifested, al
though It has been very muddy and
etormed nearly ail the time.
J. Blinn & Co., have prepared 500
turkeys and about 200 chlckeus for
Adam Beard, from Liverpool Medina,
Co., will spend lliu winter here.
Mrs. M. B. Painiely goes to Cleveliuid,
J. . Mann of Kentun visited bis parents
last week, bis lather returning with
Nov. 18, 1880.
Died, cu the Gib inst., Mr. Robert Ful
ton. ated Ti. The funeral services were
held on the 8tb, Itev. Olds preaching
the sermon. Tbe remains were taken to
At tbe election ou the. 1th. D. AV. Davies
was elected usueosor of real estate; It.
Moving sp;ieai's to he in order Just now.
Clarence Sheldon moved Into tbe Cong
parsonage, AVm. Blierbune into the
house on the corners, one mile south of
the center, and All Mills Into tbe AVuit
house, one-half mile west of his late real
Miss Jennie Itltchie, who has been with
Mr. D. AV. Davies for tbe last five years,
has gone to Canada to make ber father
and friends a visit.
Robert Mil's from Lnrsin was in town
Mr. Gutin is still confined to his house
with rheumatism and is unable to get
about and do anything.' Uis friends
turned In on Saturday and bunked bin
corn and took cafe of the crop, Mr. Gunn
being utterly unable to do it:
Elmer Ilenion bus opened paint chop
, at the center over tbe Post Office.
Latest and Best, Illustrated by True
Williams. A Grand Attractive Record of
thrilling incidents. The Boy Spy, by MaJ
J. O. Kerbey. ' Something entirely new In
"War Books" and "War Literature." No
"Big I and Little You," but a clean on
biased and succinct account of the many
thrilling incidents of the civil war, by the
Boy Spy. Grandly embellished with full
page illustrations. Correct In every sense,
and one of tbe most attractive books of
the age. All "Sons of Veterans" and the
"Old Boys," will follow with Interest the
fortunes of GENO, of whom all the boys
have heard.. A subsantlally true histori
cal rcord of events, which are corroborated
by prominent officials of the Army and
Nary. Cilticlsed by both sides but ad
mitted by all, true and unexcelled In every
particular. Tbe greatest subscription
book of the century. Tbo agent will can
vass this place on or before the Holidays
to solicit your orders.
Belford, Clark A Co., 5
C , 1 ; ' . Philadelphia, Pa.
Farmers wilj find tint Salvation Oil la a
sure remedy lor frosted feet. AH drue-
gists keep It. It is sold for 23 cents a
Lake Erie Kailwaj JompaoT, will be held
the office ot tti Company, In Toledo, Luc
, ' , PUBLIC NOTICE. '
Notice is herebv Hi ven that a uneolul mrwtinff
a es.A UtutkAU.ai t. U k.n.. UT
ui tun uivniiuiuvn ui tiiv 11 nrnui niiu
Countv.Olilo, on the luih dar of December,
A, 11. im, at 2 0 eiocK r. a.. lur me loUowiiuf
Int. To consider and determine the Question
ot a change o( the terniinl nf auid C'oiiipany'a
line 01 road, ana me exteuaioa 01 sal a road be
yond Us present terminus at the limits of the
CI it ot Wheeling, la Pease Township, County
01 iieimom, piaie 01 unio, 10 neiiaire. in sal a
Connly of lielniont. Htatcof Ohio: or the con
struction of a branch, from a point on said
Company's main line, either In the County of
Jefferson, or In the County of Belmont, and
State of Ohio, to llellalre, In the Couuty of
jpmmom anu Biaie 01 uuio.
2nd. lo consider and determine the ques
tion of constructing a branch from said Com
pany's main tine, at Portland Station, in the
County of Jefferson, State of Ohio, to Hteuben
vllle, In the said Couuty of Jefferson, Stats of
3rd. To consider the question of Increasing
the capital stock of said Company to nine
million six hundred thousand dollars. (B.600,
HU by Issuing additional common stock to
me amount 01 two minion nre nundred thous
and dollars. (2.6U0.0OU.) for the vurnose of ex.
tending Its line, constructing branches therof,
iDcnruini iia macninery, roiling bcock,
depots and other futures, or for either of the
After considering said Increase of
capital stock, to consider the question of Is
suing bonds of said Company and securing the
same ny norigage on tne property 01 said
Company, or otherwise, In such form as the
stockholders may direct or approve, for one or
more of the following purposes: Completing
us rnnu, rxienaing ine name, coasiriicuni
vmuuii iH!.isi iiivichbiiik iw iiinviiiiiery aiu
rolling stock; building depots and shops; male
Ing Improvements, and paying the bonds of
1 lie loledo licit Hallway company, assumed
and agreed to be paid by The Wheeling and
iaae crie lutuway i.oinim nr. or otnerwiiui
discharging this Company's obligation with
resuect to said bonds,
And for the transaction of such other bust.
oesa as may be brought before the meeting.
i) 1 oraer 01 ine xioara 01 Directors.
H. D. WOODFORD.
JAMES M.HAM. .
Dated this Ttb day ot November, 18W.
, In rexponse 10 an . appeal made by the
1 Ohio Soldiers' and. Sailors' Committee of
: the W. H. C. to furnlxii adorniuenU and
I comforts for the veterans' cottages and
. hospital of tbe Stato home at Sandusky,
I tbe ladies ol Ilauilln Relief Corps have
; undertaken to furnUli a box for the above
named objec t. '
J 'AVe trustt lluit nil who sro today enjoy,
j ing those blessing.Hbkb the sacrifices
Uiese men, now poor and lonely, have
, helped bring to tbem, will take pleasure
1 in contributing to Jlielr happiness and
' 1 Committees will voliclt articles most
f needed, nf which' tbe following is a
I Partial Ii-4: Dried IruiU, canned fruits,
I jellies and pickle, cotton and woolen
- eorka. elbow stockings for armless vetor-
ians, hibles, large print; gospel aonga,
ilarire print; Slippers, head and ' back
(rests, pin wheels, filled; soft towels,
'handkerchiels, looking glosses, bandages,
'from an Inch and a half to three or lonr
In accordance with the list of above
aamed articles, we again appeal to your
jeneroeltr. knowing you will feel it a
roud prfylledge to give in rich abund-
c, . J Cecelia L. Thomas,
Signed V iIattte m. Stsnard,
! Harper's Yoiing People.
An Illustrated Weekly,
. - -
' The Eleventh Volume or HAaria's Yoino
ton., which begins with tbe Number (or
vember ft, 1SW, presents an attractive pro
smme. It will offer to Its readers at least
or aerials of the usual length, knd others In
or three parts, namely, "The Red Mus
ng." by William 0. Btoodaid; "Phil and the
,ly,"bj Lrnr 0. Lillii; "Prince Tommy,"
I Jona Rosskll Costslli and "Mother's
ky." by M Aaoisn E. Bikostis: two short
ttats by JIjostm Bortssg. - Two series ot
-y Tales will attract the attention of lovers
f je wonder-world, namely, tbe quaint tales
4 by Howasd Pti.s. and so admirably lllus
'ted by htm. and another series la a differ
I Tela by Fin M. Bicmsi.L. There will be
rt stories by W J). Howklls, Tuoms Nilsos
ik, Mast B- Wanna, Noai Pssar, Rabsir
taoorr Erorroan, Davis Ksa, Ilunux
'erxaworra, Sorats Bwm, ItiCiuao Mal-
' Joiitox, etc,
1 subscription to IlAarsa's Tense Pious
ires juvenile library. There Is useful
wledgs, also plenty of amusement. Bntm
ins : rostage Prepaid, $2 Per Year!,
or,, xi HK(iis8 kovemcer s, ism.
,-inwH Cnpi mtnmvipla atwumt ttnmp,
i;lo ("oplea. Five Cents each. ' r'; ",
nlttances should be made by Post omee
t Or iler or Draft, to avoid ehanoe of Ion.
,m;i nrt ntii to etpt IkU aifwrfiMMeiat
ike rrirr order of IlASriS k BaOTHSH.
v. I! .tra i;aBK0TnER3, New York.
Public Square, Wellington, - 1
Has just received a choice assort
ment of Books, Albums, and goods
for the Holiday Trade. Mease
inspect r J
Paints, Colors for Oil, Pastel and
v .-.r ' Crayon vork.
Choice Stationery, in bulk and in
Lecal Blanks, Eeceipts, Note
' Forms, Diaries, Pocket-books,
Calendars, etc, etc
Houghton's CouRh Remedy
Is composed of the most valuable
balsams and extracts, and stands
unequaled for all diseases of the
throat and lungs.
Houghton's Liver Pills,
The best family remedy for bilious
. ness, sick headache, etc.
A super'or article for chppa
hards and face; also an excel
lent application for the
face after Bhaving.
Houghton's Magic Oil,
A safe and sure remedy for ab
scesses, Turning sores, fresh
wounds, bruises, sprains, local in
flammation, lameness, rheumatism
etc. Its healing power is truly won
derful. Valuable for man and beast.
Fine Perfumes, Extracts, Colognes
, ! and Sachet Powder.
Chest and Lung Protectors, Trus
. sea Synngei, etc. .: I
Large Assortment ot Patent Medi-
1 y;''A Specialty, ) v
and carefully prepared from select.
ftrl nrnrra hurln f.li.m.ul. I. A A
Srctacles and Eye, Glasses to fit
Real Estate Transfers.
M. B. Sibley to I, Sibley. Grafton 80 acres 13000
Sophia Fox et al to LlUle, Bussell, Lo- , i
ral n , 14 66-100 aores 1528
J. II. Clark to Frantt losdlek. Brown- ':
' helm, IMacres ' 360
Eobt. Ellis to M.Heaneman, Lorain, lot 1
UblklB'sadd I 300
W. P. BaeU to Conrad Brill, Brown- -
helm, 5 acres.. ............ w..,., , las
). and K. Standen to Geo. f. Rtdgway, . i
. Kldgevllle.W aores........y'..r..., ,300
B. Chamberlain, trustee. ' te .George . .... M
' Seuffert, Lorain, lot sblk 8.;.... .j.j. ., jjoj
Asa Damon te Kate Dagnan, Rochester, ,
pt lotrs.-n.'-i ..i..V:.'.. lsoo
Betsey Allen to p. S. Johnston, Boohes- '
ter.pt lots -... 1 80
Geo. Huns to Aana 0t. Barrows, Lorain,
loU and S7 Mk 8 O's add ' 1800
X. R. Bennett to L. A. Blaok, Welling- , .
.t l.t OJ kiln I a
tir -1 ta - l U W T : !
n VIDUvl fcO Ij, o. COnCUaWDf Jj
rain, lot 01a i n a ora ua , -u
H. U. Pyoraft te H. Laundou, Ridgevllls '
la, A. Braman, trustee, (0 Bell M.
Braman, Lorain, lot 20 blk7...,
- How's This r
We offer One Hundred tjollarsHeward
tor any case of Catarrh that can not be
cured kv taking Hall's Catarrh Care.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Prop's, Toledo, 0
We, tbe undersigned, have known F. J
Cheney lor the past 19 years, and believ
him perfectly honorable in all busines
transactions, and financially able to oarr
out any obligations made by the firm.
West & Traux, W holesale Druggists, To
- iedo,Ohlo. ' ' '
E. H. VsnHoesen, Cashier Toledo Nation
1" 'al Bsnk, Toledo, Ohio.
a Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally
actiaa directly upon tbe blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. , Price 76a per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. ,
' Fon Bolts Throat. Saturate a flannel
bandage with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and bind it on the throat It will cure
any ordinary case tn one night' time.
For sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggist,
Opening Friday Evening Nov. 29th.
An entirely new fito''of.V;-tf'--'r1''.
Notions, Books, Games, Toys and mamy other
; ? beautiful things for Christmas. i
An elegant line . selected for the holiday trade
u , ; alone. Call and see our goods.
. Mrs. W. H. TOWNSEND
Leave orders early, for photographs, all sizes.
Enlarging in Water Colors, Pas
tels; Crayon; Ink, etc.
Havinp; purchased the entire stock and business of G. E. Town-'
send, I am now prepared to (urnish any of the following articles at'
uying prices: , ,. , ,
OHAMFIOH BIHBIBS AHB HOWIES
Sterling i and ' Tiffin Hay Tedders, Tiger one and two-horse Sulky
Bakes, Buckeye and Maltia Sulky Cultivators, Little. Giant
Steel Frame 5-shovel Cultivator, with Hilling At- '
! tachments, 5, Steel and Wood Eeversible v.
" Hay Forks and Pulleys, Milburn
?' i ( : " and Turnbul
Manila and Hemp Twine, Binder and -Stack Covers, Feed Cutters,
Oliver Chilled. Gale and Imperial Plows.
Repairs lor Champion Binders and Mowers.
L. E. CHAPMAN,
Wellington, Ohio, ' ' , V
All Work Guaranteed.
. s CHAS: h. PYKE.
.1 t it : '. x!t-j.i ',-',',1 " '
NOW OPEN", the largest, most unique' and complete
assortment of ; 1 " . 'v - f , ' '
At popular prices. The' assortment embraces a wide
range of articles both useful and ornamental. ' Special
displays are made on lower basement floor, , "We have
prepared a NOVEL EXHIBIT, which we know will prove
worth your time to examine. "We advise an eably
visit, because at the low prices they will be rapidly
sold. All this in addition to our well-known fullest
stock of DRY GOODS, CARPETS, CLOAKS AJSTD
FANCY GOODS, at prices less for equal value than
can be named by boasting competition.
B. C. TABER & CO.
Horwallx, Oliio, Eoc.2d. 1839.' '
P I 1ST Eli
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We -wlaih to extend a cordial Invitation to tha PEOPLE OF NORTHERN pHIO when In Cleve
land to visit O0R NEW STORE, NOS. 22 AND 24 EUCLID AVENUE, , Blnoe our opening last April we
have had thousands of visitors, and wa hope to welcome many more during the HOLIDAY SEASON., We
will attempt no desorlptlon of the Store In this artiolei but wlU quote the closing sentenoe of an editorial
that reoently appeared In the New York Sun: Tor the most beautiful example of a Orooers Palace In
this country, all eyes must now be turned to Cleveland. New York certainly has nothing like It" ,
Fine Groceries, Fresh Fruits,
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
-CATALOGUES OP OUR FULL STOCK WITH PRICES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
THIS ' SEASON'S PACKING OF
D FE3UITS flD UEGETME
PRESERVED FRUITS AND MANY OTHER NEW GOODS NOW ON SALE.
Those wish to lay in a Winter supply of CANNED GOOD 3 can save money by buyloir them by
the Case or Doiea
i "' : AH Orders received by Mall or In person from out of town patrons reoejve prompt attention and are
sent to the baggage Yooms or shipped, as may be dlreotod, and all orders amounting to $20 or over shipped
Freight Prepaid. ., We therefore offer Goods at Cleveland prloos at your own homes. Monthly Accounts
kept with parties who establish their credit wlthus, ; I , ., .
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EASt llSD STORE, '
1191, 1190 AND 1198 EUCLID AVENUE.
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