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THE ENTERPEISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1889.
3 Thursday Ladies Corduroy Opera, Ladies Felt Fur Trimmed Opera, Ladies Velvet Embroidered, Ladies Kid Opera and Oxford Ties, Gents in Aligator, Grain, Goat and Velvet Opera and Harvard Styles. x Heelers, Polish, dec, at LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Take your holiday vacation. Four bone team are In order. Vacation time tor 'he scholar! next .week," " '" . Bead the report ot the Fist National .Bank. ' .. " ,i 81elghi and slelgh-bells are poor prop, erty thut far. The Congregational panonage la under- going repairs. ' ' Republicans like good fat offlcea as well as Democrats. - The mail to Folk la carried on horse, back at present Santa Claus it fitting up bis reindeers for hit annual delivery. Our dramatic troup Is billed for Fri day evening at LaGrange. . ' . The condition of the roads hat had a tendency to check business a little. The usual number of business changes is not likely to take place January lit. . . Mr. N. P. Roblnsen has caused a .tele phone to be placed in his new quarters. Mr. ' Reuel Lang, ' a subscriber to the ExTZBrann la nearly 89 years old. Next The Wellington Bending Works Is now running in full blast In their new quarters. Esq. Peirce has been supporting a pair of erulcbee as the result of a sprained ankle. A. D. Garrett has procured a license to marry lira. Elisabeth Bronson of Medina county. . Mr. F. Ladd, formerly of Th Entkb, pbisx, Is publishing a paper In Carlln vUle, 111. , The nocket-book containing two choice quids of chewing-gum still remains un called for. While our subscribers are resting please examine the date ol expiration on your paper. " nr.,... r 1 1. -. . A .nwM mA Is refitting bis business room on North Main street. The clerks at the wholeaale cheese houses will continue to strike dividends until next March. Mr. II. 0. Biggs Is soliciting risks In the People's Mutual Accident Association 1 Pittsburgh, Pa. Wm. Bchroeder Is waiting for a reply to an important communication recently addressed to the Secretary of the Navy. Our townsman, D. L. Wadsworth. is busily engaged In looking after Cal Brice's Interest for United States Sen ator. The council In Cleveland has passed an ordinance to require the barbera to close up their places ot business on Sunday. That's right The Medina Gazette contained alxteen thnrlff anlea notices last week. The people In that county must be troubled with the aborts. The Bee Line and W. & L E. railways offer special Inducements lor people to visit their friends during the holidays- Resd their cards. ( ' ' ; The striking weight of the town clock falls to connect as It should. Let the clock repairer keep on until the proper motion is obtained. .The Bee Line has Instructed its agents to sell tickets at reduced rates to Colum bus on, the. event ot the inauguration of Governor, elect Campbell, j j j, ,j J! 4 , Mr. Henry 'Twirl of Plttsfleld hsdtbe ' misfortune to place his hand In contact with a circular saw last Baturday. Dr Sheldon was called aad amputated the third finger of the left hand. An unusual number of, dark' days within the past two weeks. In a number of business houses burners were in usa all day and a majority were compelled to light up at half-past three o'clock. - - - 1 Gold watches will be drawn at F D. Felt's, Eugene Robinson's and Willis Sample's, a silver ael at J. B. Verrhilyla's, a smoking set at a Williard'e and a jogg ing cart at N. P, Robinson's after January in. .-. ' ., ': .. , , .. The Delineator, a monthly fashion . magazine published by the Buttcrlck Publishing Company, New York, Is much soughtafterbrtbelashlonable world re gardless of all others, Price, only one dollar and ten cents. -r 1 , 1, 1 )'!.' Y" Jamltu . Ti n 11 11 ,,n in bilitMtn. their reading matter before Jsnuary 1st Newspapers and periodicals can be se cured at exceedingly low rates thlsyear Morning, Dec. 12th, we and there should be no good reason for a family to be without them. ' ' The next stone laid in the streets should have about three Inches to the weather. The present were laid lm bedded even with the surface, and the ac cumulations htve covered them un in many places to the depth of three Inches. A little breeze Is being created occas ionally over a successor to Postmaster hush, me latter commission will ex plre March 14 wben according to the order of things a gentleman of Republican faith will be selected to serve as a postmaster. We visited Rochester Saturday in the interest of this paper. Our list is steadily increasing In that burg, and we hope to have it said that Ths E steep risk is the paper of the town. Marked improve ments have been made since our lsst visit; some new buildings have been erected, old ones remodeled and a number have been treated to a coat of paint. Of the public Improvements the artistic work just completed at the Bee Line depot which has been completely remodeled to conform with the more modern designs. B. ' B. Beardsley; the ' accommodating station agent, Ukes great pains to keep It clean and the depot grounds prolusely dotted with flowers during the summer season. P. L. Kessler, the general mer chant, appeared to be doing a thriving trade, also M. Goss A Co , proprietors of the feed and exchange mill. PERSONALS. . Mr. J Bernard, of Medina, will spend the winter with bla daughter, Mrs. James DaugbertTt on Court! and Ave. Don. D. L. Wadsworth went to Colum bus Friday to talk over the aituatlon with his brethren. C McDermoat Just returned from a business trip lor the Wellington Machine Company. ' W. F. Bawtelle Is spending a few days at home. Miss Nellie Horr has returned from a visit with triends Esst E. D. Roser returned Mondsy from an extended visit West. , Mrs. J. U. Bradner, ol Cleveland, was In attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Warner. L. H. Wadsworth, of Greenwich, was In town Monday. R. Peabody occasionally drops in to visit bis old friends. At the Opera Mouse. "Credit to whom credit Is due" we be lieve is a worthy axiom, and we think we are not aaylng too inuchln saying that the drama "Little Femtt," which was given under the auspices of the Sons of Veterans Bsturdsy evening, ' wis finely rendered. The company wu made up of home talent, under the management of Mr. Lino Klbbey, an experienced atage manager, who took the part of Elrby G. Hopper, the funny lightning-rod mac, while Tic Wilcox aa "Little Ferrlit," and Frank Biggs ss Gilbert Ashllegh. the vll. Han, and Harfy Christie, ss the nvsl for the hand of Lilly Asbllegh, Minnie Forbes and David Ashllegh tbe victim of the plot and Walter Kali as the legal adviser of Lilly Ashllegh, and Bertha Ilowk as Aunt Josle, David Aahliegh's housekeeper and Grant Watts as coachman, showed careful study and the good talent each possessed for their respective parts. It is not very often we era favored with home talent that has given such general satis faction as "Little Ferritt" and we are glad that the people patronized them so gen erously, for we believe tbey bsva earned a deserved success. ;Tbe proceeds after paving all expenses' Was 30 which will aid them very materially. . The Sons of Veterans wish to extend their tbanka to the ladles and gentlemen who so materially aided loem in making "Little FerrKt" a great success. To Miss Vio Wilcox' Bertha Ilowk, and Minnie Forbes, we fee! doubly Indebted and truly thankful,. ' ; i 1 '. , Cot. W. F. Hxrhik, Cam. B. of V. 1 ."""" Hmiar'B. Btxvick, Capt. The laws of health are taught In oar pubilo schools! but not la a wy to be of much practical benefit and are never il lustrated by living examples, which in many pises could easily be done. If some ' scholar, who had Just contracted a cold, waa brought before tbe school, so that all could hear the dry, lord cough, and know Its significance; see the thin white coating on the tongue and later as (he cold develops, see the profuse watery expectoration and thin watery, discharge from the- oose, not one of them would ever forget whet the first symptoms of a cold were. - The scholar should than be given Chamberlain's C'oUfjh Remedy free ly, that all might aee that a cold might be cured la one or two days, or at least VTestly mitigated, M when properly treated si soon ss the first symptoms ap pear. -For sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggis. open a handsome assortment of Gents Old Gold Plush Opera, t Gents' Olive Plush Opera, I Gents Fine Corduroy Opera, " Gents Fine Corduroy Harvard. The Sons of Vetrans. ' By the kind permission of the Editor we occupy a small space in these columns, and will endeayor to do so from time to time, in the interest of the order ot Sons of Veterans. We sometimes lear that the majority ot our people do not realize what the order of Boris of Veterans Is. what their objects and alms are. Too many think It is simply an organization bl boya vVe admit this but'jbeg to remind tbe publio that the majority are rather "old boya." Tbe troops that went out in 180165 were Just such boys as make up tbe order oi S. of Vs. and who to-day does not point with pride to the noble work done by (hose heroes dnring those terrible four years, . Tbe Sons of Veterans are the boya of these brave defenders of our Union and aim to, and in fact do, look after tbe In terest of their fathers and that for wblcb they fought. "Chips of the old block' are they, sworn to uphold and defend the principals for which their fathers suffered and'fjled. Nearly one hundred thousand strong, equipped, drilled and ready to protect this our glorious Union should occasion re quire, and when we note tbe fact that their numbers are daily increasing we can not help but see that In a very few years this organization will be a greater safe guard to our Nation than all the other military organisations combined. Sock a bsnd of "boys." bound together by the bonds of Friendship, Charity and Loyalty. ahould certainly be appreciated and sus tained by every community. The camp In this place we are proud to note, Is above the average and on the in crease both In membership and interest and will make itsself tclt In furthering on the best intents of the town and commu nity. Hall. THE PASS-WORD. Officers Elected for 1890. A the lsst regular meeting of Col. W, F. Herrlck Camp No. 223, S. of V., the lollowlng officers were elected for 1800: Captain, R. T. Bp leer; 1st. Lieut, Geo. Howk;!jnd. Lieut, L. Asbford. Camp Council, Henry B. Stevlck, Hsrry H. Christie, E. E. Halloway. J. T. Haskell, ot the G. A R, was chosen to enstall offloen-eloct .' G. A. R. At the regular meeting held in Decern ber, tbe followlns named rentlemen were elected to 111 the offices for the ensuing yeer: C Ssge, Commander; J. T. Has kell, benior Vlee Cemmander; J. T. Gardner, Junior Vice Commander; G.N. Christie, Chaplain ; J. W. Smith, Burgeon ; G. M. Young, O. D.; E. J. Watts, O. G.; E. M. Llnder. Q. M. Delegate to De partment Encampment J. W. Bearrup; Al ternate, Maj. W. H. Williams. I. O. O. F. LOBA1H LODOB. John Folk, N. G.i H. M. Bradley, V. Q.i A. 13. Lxmbrrt, Rcc. Sec'y; C.N. Christie Perm. Sec'y; I. L. C'omitock, Treas. Trustees, J ' M. Otterbscber, 1. L. Corn stock, A B. Lambert. WELLINGTON EHCAMr-MEST. A. W. Hall, CP. 1 M. H. Wadsworth, 8. W.; C. W. Arner.J.W.; E.C.Banson, H. P.i W. B. Vischer. 8cnbe: A. B. Lambert, Treasurer. . 1 ; The Home Ptper - , Turn Smtkbmmi Is lsrgly patrooUed In this vicinity, but still there are a num ber, yet, who do . not take It It la not expected that" everyone will patronize their heme paper, for reasons many times tbey do not care to make known, but when they are Interviewed on the subject, they hsve a great desire to keep the home press In motion, as they claim It is very essential to have a borne paper but still decline to give a farthing to support It. A number who never patronized this paper have had occasion to usa it within the past year on account of death enter ing their family circle. If a paper had relied upon them for support In the psst there would be no press. A press Is one of tbe essential things In a town in maay ways; and we would like those who feel able to douate only three cents per week to an enterprise ot this kind to aid us the coming year. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Wba Baby was alok, ws rv bar Castori. Wkse she was a Child, she srlad t at OutorU, Whea she became BIss,staeluiif to Oastorte, ' When lb had Children, ih? jt( t$em Castor!. Lamb's Church Notea and Announcements An anniversary of the Crusade will be held,, in tbe Congregational church Sab bath evening Deo; 20. Every one come ana : hear the reminiscences and the history. Ai the annual meetins ot tbe Ed worth League of the M. E. church tbe following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Miss Flora Starr: 1st. Vice- Prejldenr, W. W. Harvey ; 8nd. Vlce- rresldent Miss Mamie Blade ; 8rd. Vice President, Miss Alta Morgan; 4th. Vice- President, Miss Nellie Harvey; Secre tary, Frank Stannard; Treasurer, George Motiger.." Appropriate Christmas seivlces will be held at the M. E. church next Sabbath morning. Tbe following is the program : l-Orxan. t-And there were In ths saros country. 8. 8. Myers. I Announeemsots. -Hymn, 183. ' S-Prwr, s-Chant. "Safely Through Another Week." L,0. Emerson. . I-PMlm.Ti, ' e-Ofertory. t-Hm, Ms Hersia Angels sing. L.0. Em srsoa, lSeermon. II- Uyma S48. ,li Dsxology. ) ;. The Lecture Course ' Hon. John G. Woolley did not appear lq the Congregational church last Friday night according to announcement A large audience wu awaiting the arrival of the speaker, but no speaker came. In formation received from the Bureau rates that Mr. Woolley wu very snd denly prostrated by sickness in Cleve land, and on account ol some misunder standing a telegram did not reach Well ington. . None are more disappointed by the failures that we have bad in our course than the committee who hu the matter In charge; but we desire to aasure ticket holders and the public that no pains will be spared to make tbe course all that It wu promised to be. We uk Me patleooa aed cordial support of tbe people in our efforts. Both of the fall, ures of speakers to appear have been caused by sickness wb'ch shows that the speakers that we hsve endesvored to bring beforo the Wellington public, are so popular that tbey are likely to be over worked before tbey get here. We shall do our best to provide against this In the future. Tbe Boston Ideals, hale, hearty, snd full of musio msy be confidently ex pected at the opera louse on Jsn. 18th, and all you who bave not secured seals should do so at once and avoid the rush, for all the world is going after the Boston Ideals. Real Estate Transfers. L. B. K'.mbal! to R. Wooditorth, Oberllo, tS tuoo waiter Root to M. I. Alton, Lortln, pt blk. s ( 400 S . Cbam serials, tnutre, to Patrick Oration, Lorain, lot lblkSS 785 Joba C. DeWlU, t al to C. Eulgn, lot SSS sadptttfblkss ,.. ajoo Jobs Wood to H. i. Martin, Oberlla, pt to ' K 1 Kf K. Hklu,Gd. to A.H.Jobaaoa, OtMrlln.pt tp iotas . j no Haeris-toJ.H. Faxon, Loral a, pt, tract 1, Jot I and lot IS Clark's add.. i. .....t SOT L. Wlowikle to W. Blowtkte, Nartb Ambent, lot iM H a add.... 100 W. A. Bramaa, treat, to XlbSrt Greeley, Locale, lot It blk M. fM W. ft . Tacker. sda. to June Sayers, Eldgs- vllle, 10 sens...; 1ST0 i. I. Crowl to A. B. Crowl, Lorain, lot St Muciain.; an i. B. loger to A. B. A I. T. Crowl, Lorain, lot it blk t t)oo I T. Paige to Jobs Brio, Bnaeis, t sera.. too Jolt Brio to Bertaa Pase, Bneeia, acme. WO ": Closing of the Schools. . Schools will close on Fridsy of this week for the holiday vacation of two weeks The Primary gradet will close Fridsy lorenoon, and Grammar grades and High Sctuxd on Friday afternoon, all with Inter estlng literary exerciVs, to which the friends snd patrons are. cordially invited. Coma into the schools at least once In a term and see and bear your children. The winter term will begin the first Mon day of the New Year, and will continue twelve weeks. B, H. Km a isoh Bupt . Advertleed Latter. ' Ths followlag issllatof nntlalned letter! re maining; la tbe poitoffic at Wellington, Ohio, Da. 17. '81. Mr. Fred Cole, Dan! Chapman, Mr. John Brans, ' Mrs. J. T (tamer.' 7. II. Banders, Mrs. Elisabeth Kelsey. Persons Hint; for the sbors letters pleat say "advertised." ' Q so. O. Bess, P. M, (Salvation Oil iUrJl Wool Insoles. Literary Motes. The Russian general who li to give an account of "The Russian Army" in Harper's Magazine for January will, it Is said, present the Tsar's empire in an alto gether new light even la this day of Russian "revelations." His article is not only a notable contribution from a mili tary point of view, but also important both in Its political bearings and ss an ethnographical study. . The surprising incidents given tfi illustrate tbe points of the article have the air of being related by p eye-witness even by an important actor In them and will wbet popular cu riosity to learn the authorship. T. de Thulstrup humade sixteen drawings to accompany the article. In the "Editor's Drawer" of Harper's Magazine for January Charles Dudley Warner will discuss the reasonableness of the chewing gum habit Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, May Riley Smith, and Henry Bernard Carpenter will be tbe poets represented in tbe January number of Harper's Msgazlne. It is said that George William Curtis, in Harper's Magazine for January, will side with tbe street bands and organ grin ders In their fight for liberty In New York. " , Venl! Vidit Vicll this Is said of Salva tion Oil, for it conquers tbe worst caws of rheumatism and neuralgia at once. Price 20 cents a bot Jo. A msn who bu practiced medicine lor 40 yesrs, ought to Know sail irom sugar: read what he says: . Toledo. 0-. Jan. 10, 1867. Messrs. F. J. Cheney A Co. Gentle men: I baye been la tbe general practice ot medicine tor most 40 years, snd would say that in all my practice and experience bave never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with u much confidence or success aa 1 can Uaira Uatarrn cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed it a great many times and Its effect Is won derful, and would say in conclusion that I nave yet to una a case or ustarrn mat it woold not cure, if they would take it ac cording to direction a. 1 ours iTuiy, L. L. GoRsrjcH, u. D. Office, 815 Bommit St We will give 1100 for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cur. Taken luternallv. F.J. CHENEY A 00,-Props.,"Toledo, O. tVSold by Druggista, 75a Motto mt OlaeoUtlonw Kotle Is hereby alvea that the Inn of Bar rett k Walte bar thladay dlaaolrod partner, ship by mutual eoneent, Mr. U . B Barrett bl n( the retlrlni partner. Mr. B. H. Walt will con tinue to conduct tbe butlncea at the old atand. and wtll rcoelpt for all claims dulbarm, and pay sll outstanding obligations. 11. B. BARRETT. Welllnfton.O..De.lO,'8t. B.H.WAITE. Hotto T ApvolBtoaaatJ nun amam a. ninamf. ntouaan. Tbe underpinned ha been appointed and qaallfled a executor of the catata of Hiram 8. Darlaon, lat of Wellington, Lorain County, Uhlo. seccaeea. Dated this and day ot December, A. D. IMS . J.T. HABKKLL. I suffered with pain In my side and back for fonr weeka. the naln beins so severe u to keen me in bed. nnablo to move. I trll Salvation Oil and it completely cured mo and I am now well and free from all pain. CII. ROBERT LEDLISH, 4H 0 uurst Alley, uaiio., si a. CITY BTJTERS, Wben making up their Cleveland shop ping list should not fail to mite a call at the Ball Jewelery Store. Thia establish ment bu msde unusal preparation for the holidays. Their special leatures are Due diamonds and watches, snd Intending Surchasers In these particular lines will 0 well to call upon Mr. Ball, wbo Is an expert In precious stones, and he always tskes areat pleasure In showing his stock of choice gems. The establishment also deals largly in sterling silver snd the bet ter qnolities of plsted silverware and other nrtlcle of service In the home circle, ss well u msny rich Ihlngs suitable lor wedding gifts and presentation oocaaioua. Their location Is corner Superior and Sen. eca streets. Convenient to all street car lines snd railroad stations. Wkst M aihbTn ot. 15, 1 889. RN. Goodwin Esq: Dear Sir I bave not s-n a granite monument u yet that bu been up twenty years but what is more or less defaced. (51) Yours Truly, 8. Pibcttau THE M ARKETS Cheese. Surpif bnts tob Wbbi Ekdiwo Deo. 17. Cheese, 2818 pkgs., weighing 91600 lbs Butter, " OhloStandard 9 Young America.... 8 Family Favorite 10 ' Genera) Produce. Butter.dairy, per .... 10.10 d 0.17 Creamery batter V .... 19 Chlckens.dressed,perl. 9.07 (jj 0.09 Turkeys.dreseed'per Jb. 0.00 011 Eg(rs,prdoi ' 0.29 Usui, sinoked, per B... 0.06 0.10 Tallow, per B 0.0DU Hides. per 0.00 O.OU Round Steak 19 Burlolo , 14 Shoulder Slesk 10 Potatoes, per ba 40 Apples, dried, in quart. ersand cored, per 1 0.08 ' Apples, sliced........ .03 0.00 Clover Heed.., 175 0 1.00' Ortsln, Ploar nd Peed Flour, per iack(49t,s)..f 1. 90 1) 1.20 Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 . ... , Corn meal, per cwt.... 0.90 1.00 Chop, per cwt 1.00 1.00 -. Middlings, per cwt 0.00 ' 0.70 Brsn.percwt......... 0.60 0.70 Oil Meal, per cwt...;.. 0.00 1.00 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.45 Coin, In ear, per bush.,. 0.00 0.45 Whest.. 0.00 0.80 Oats per bn.. .......0.20 0 28 A (Treat many nersnna. who have fnnnH no releif from other treatment, bave been cured of rheumatism . by Chamberlain's i-ain onim. no not (iiv up until von have tried it It Is only 80 cents per bot tle. For sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggist. It la simply wonderful how a rood thing gets known and appreciated. In the pubilo school examination now they ask the small boys: "Who wu tbe first mnnri "Adam." "The first woman f" "Eve." Who wu the 83d President of the United States V 'Orover Clevelsnd." "What is the specific cure for pains !' "Balvatlon Oil." - J gVATfUJ PQVMR . - Absolutely Pur Thiaonaernar variaa. A marvel of DQrltr, trenffib and wboleaomeneaa . Mora eoonnmlcul than tbe ordinary klnde, and cannot be Bold In competition with tbe multitude of low teet, abott . welftht.alnm or phnvphate powders, Sold only la ran.. Itoyal Uaklug fowdrr Co,, 10 Wallet. N.y. The effect f uslnir llibbard s liheti mstic Byrnp is unlike sll medicines con taining opiates or poison,U being entirely free fiom them. It cures rheumatism by purifying tbe blood. , BDS.INKS8 LOCALS. Wanted. Five hundred boys snd elrls to buy can dy for the holidays" nnd get a Uraw on sil ver set at J. B. Vermilya's. For pure fn-s'i bom mide candies and taffies call on J. B Vermilya. A fresh supply of candies st J. B. Ver milys's. Every five cents worth of csndy gets a ticket on the silver wnre at J. B. Ver milya's. FARMERS AND STOCK RAISERS Insure yout hornet snd oh t lie the Stock RaUers Insurance Co., of Enst Palestine, O. Entirely new plan; do assessments. Losses promptly adjusted by Jos. BlKE flOWKR, Aot, WelLnvtim, O. A CARD. I have now secured a first claas barber, and Irom now on will I able to meet all demands a witrk. AIo la connection I will turn my attention to taxidermist work. ah order promptly nned. Office at barber shop. J. u.Hi lrrcaiN, Pkop. OVERLOAD' OF FURNITURE. , E. P. French Co.. 83 Prospect 6t.r Clevelsnd, are overloaded with handsome, medium and low priced furniture. Latest designs and lowest prices. 1 The Lane Bros are still here In town and doing well. - Tbey have a large quan tity nt work to deliver berra Cbristmu. Those who desire fine lai-tralts will not be dlsapointed by giving them their work u they employ none but Ibe skilled artist and warrant every portrait satisfactory to Ibeir customers and cso furnish any kind of a picture or frame. EOR SALE Farm and village prop erty. Inquire of J. T. Haskell, Att'y-at-Law, Wellington, Ohio. Oo to N. P. Robinson's for your holiday goods. The Isrgest stock of Doll In town at N P. Koblnson's. A turd . If vnu Wlkh artlaita anH thnmnvt, Aan lal work call on Drs. llolhrnuk i Farmer successors tDr. U. J. Hollbrook. FOR MALE. A desirable house and lot on Butter ktreel aim una nn n W.ilf street Above ptoperty Is offered very cheap. Enquire of R. N. GooDwm or- Great bargains in holiday goods at N, P. Robinson's. Drugs and Medicines ol sll kinds and' of tbe very best quality at N. P. Robin son's. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-Pure York State Buckwheat Flour can be found at N. P. HoiUKsoti'a. ' House and Lot for Sale. My bouse ai lot can be bought on very reatonnlil ti-ims or cheap for each. For particulHrs inquire ot 0. Ssge or J. W. Wilbur Wellington, O. F0R8ALE. An Argsnd Bsse Burnei In use one season. Euquire ot H. Wads worth A Son. CHOICE DAIRY BUTTER. I keep a supply ot choire Unity butter In qusntitles to suit purchasers on hand at all timer. C. Willahu. Farm For Sale or Rent. ' A choice fmm containing 75 acres, situ ated 1 X miles tat of ('ewer of Penfleld. Good bouse, barn and out buildings, all la excellent iepnlrt.80 acre river bottom neighborhood uneicellid; Ullo perfect terms easy. For further InNTuation In quire or W. J. Krebbs, I'enfield.or Lyman Soiryille, oo township Hue road between Penfleid and Wellington. J80if Itch, Mange, and Scratches on hnman or animals cured in 80 minutes by Wool toid's rniir) l.oiion. 1li never nil Sold by E. W. Adams, Draggtst, Welling. ton.C'tli. :,),- . 4t Notice. ' i. M. Osbtree will pay, the hirbesl tosrket pricrs lor live and dressed vesl calyea, dry snd green bldea and pelta ! If you have neuralgia, old, sore thif. etcn use Pratt's Family Liniment Sold by dragiflat .' ; A Btriog of show cases over t rod long, fall of the finest candies that were ever before seen in Wellington, st Bowlby k Hall's. Try Prati's Horse Liniment Rurecuie for all blemishes. Sold by druggists. ' NOTICE lo those having book sccoonts with us. We lh all accounts settled by January lal. 1890. ' - -. , (52) Latjhdoh Winobcbkb & Co. ; . Furniture 1 Furniture! ' Any ono in need of first-claflB furniture of any design will please call on ns. We will , make it an object, as we want tx) close out our : present stock. v ., v . IIOIT k BEN8CH0TE5. ' ajiasv ww ws- aui 1M1UV4 llOk when you want the fanciest of the' fancy canned sweet corn, canned soups, pine apple, peas bottled pickles and other relishes, you will have to go to Bowlby & Hall's.