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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MAY U; 1890.
UOUE SEEKERS' Exoursion. -TO TM- West & Northwest, SOtJTK, Southwest and Southeast Big Pour Route Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago k St. Louis R'l WILL BILL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS To nil prominent point In the West and Northwest, South, Southwest and Southeast AT IIALF RATES ON TUESDAY MAY 20th. All tickets good returning thirty days from pal points in the territory to which tickets This Is'the opportunity of a lifetime to visit . i ... i . A BiM wa wnlllH InvlU f 11 1. respondence on the subject, t or full Informa tion CRll on or ttiiurrna " . - Agent C. C. C. k St. L. R'y, Wellington. 0 D. B. Martin. Uen'l Passenger Agent. Bloods of Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Blck and Nor- tous rioadaohe. Female Woaknees. Eheu- inatlm,CatiTh,Dropr.rula,Plmpls and Face Eruptions and Blood, Liver and Kidney dlsoasos. It purines the blood and through It acta upon all pnrans and t ssues of the body, and strengthens and builds up the system while It eredloates disease, ft Is the most eoonomlosi blood purifier and pleasant to take. Price II; BIX bottles So. lrepail lf J. W. COLE CO., -retroa vj - BiMk jn. through my work to-dayf I feel miserable, hti.i uhUrad,iatn In my beek, my food won't dirt Jt, (ny whole body seems out of order. Wo au.icr that It Is do wonder yoo sre In sucb s broken lwn condition, and you will keep getting wo.-no uui.ss ro no our your LIVEU. This Important ore. a Isout of order and you mutt cure It by promptly : tjJiingajssjMSjaajaMi Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated Liver Pills. They will restore too end gtre vigor end health to four whole syitcm, making you strong and well. Only JS cents a box. and they may ssv your lite. Aak your druggist for the genuine '"Dr. O. MoXaAJSTETS GELEBRA TEDJAVER PILLS FLEMING BROS, Pittsburgh, Pa. tf-Iook out for Cocmxnxrs made In 8 Louts. IVORYloUSHETa?, PEBFITIUS THE BREATH. 1 Found a Boll of lUlls. lie stood at a bar on Broadway abak lugdloe with the bartender, says the Milwaukee Wiaoonain, and, glancing at lb floor, discovered a roll of bills. The ryOa was full of men, and If none of thm olaimed the money the bartendor w&ld, ao aelf-lntorcst demanded that trryhould plok np the money without ixfatf seen. He planted his foot upon It, aad tossed the dice while he looked fot ao opportunity to grab the roll. Vdifm the bartender had "done" him a &oy times or more tha opportunity o, and he hoaved a sigh of relief aa he shoved the roll Into hie pocket. He hastened to his office on the Wast aide toresamlne bis find. There was twenty two dollars In the roll Just tha amount berhed put in a roll la his other pooket. A. thought flashed across his mind and he; dived Into the other pooket, The rjl was gone. He had been to all thai trouble to plok up bis own money. Chased by ttlosaaka, Aa eioltin adventure, ta which a bj ntttarake end Jaee Qrisby, of hrtaaly Oaayon, coon pled tha ehiaf roles, buemmi Bear tha hoaM of tha Utter. Jeaae was et-olllnsj are-ma tha hffla Ebon ha a tumbled upoa a hog retaiar ut at once aaerrmed bositUtlea, and, lirtkinj at tha Intrnder, his fang be tfrtM entangled U the ksf of his eroo ruaaiultheMhalsTtBg. Abont that time Jfeaae thought of aotna bnsinasa ha had at tha house, and, being In aoasathlnf at a hurry, ha started home on the) lembia qnick without taking time to f iMkae hla anakaahip. It waa a eloae race) between Jeaae and tha ntUar. For Atavhalf the distance the atsaka waa 1st the lead, and the other half Jeaae would roll ahead, and thus they had It until lb bouse and asslstanee waa raaehad. R is quite aafe to say that neither Jean nor the snake ever mads better tlaae prar the same distance. BaU Was ObUgiag. (, Iter parenta think Elsie the cutest pAlld U the world, and oertalnly for a flra-year-old this fairy is wonderfully about the hoeaa. Hue Has a ambition to bo helpful, how nauoh in the way aha may happen l get la her laudable bu', naturally not I very effective desire to males naraeu foL The other day her father had a nntleman friend to dinner, and after repeat told tha little girl to fetch a i of olgara from bis box. "Diayo I them, Elsie" he asked, as aha re- "Yee, papa, and I bit tha end oft for you." BrrwUtiowar Widows. The Pension Departmentliaa upon lta rap tha names of twanty-aeren widow f revolutionary aoldlen who have been rtinlarly paid peravloss tip to tha pre eni time. Three of them are P7 years of Bate and two 98. Tha youngest it TL .1 Irts1 1 III THE MARKETS J) Cheese. Suu'mentstobWkei Eiromo May 14 Cheese, 4286 pke., weighing 11M10 lbs, Butter, 794 " 55 ; 20 ." OhloStandard i YouDg America. 10 Family FaTorite General Produce. - Butter, dairy, per lb. ..,$0.10 8.18 Creamery batter y lb.... 20 Chlckens.dressed.perlb. .07 0.09 Turkeys.dressed'per lb. 0.00 0.11 Eggs, per don 512 Ham! smoked, per lb. . . 0.08 0.8 Tallow, per lb 0.08 ... Hides, per lb 0.00 0.08W Round 6teak BuTloln J Shoulder Steak JO Potatoes, per bu 40 Grain. Floor and Peed. Flour, per sack (49 tbs).. $1.25 Q 1.25 Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt, 0.90 1.00 Chop, per cwt....1 1.00 1.00 Middlings.percwt 0.80 0.80 Bran, per cwt 0.80 0.80 Oil Meal, per cwt 0.00 1.50 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.45 Corn, In ear, per buBh. 0.00 0 45 Wheat 0.00 0.90 Oats per bus 0.00 0 27 "A stitch In time laves nine," and If you take Hood's Barsaparliia now it may save months ot iuture possioie sicsuew. Motloe of Appointment. nt Tl.ll. A. Rradner. deceased. Tha itnilnMlunAfl hu. hftAn RDOOlUted and qualified as the executor of the will of Delia A. liraoner, late oi w arssw, untugo liuuu.n N.Y., deceased. . bated this 3d day of April, A. D. 1890. 22 8. 8. Wabmse. Notice of Dissolution. The partnership heretoforeexlstlng between the undersigned has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Dr. Uollowav being the re tiring partner, l,.n..UlBBT, E. K. Hollowav. Wellington, Ohio, April 28, im. (21 LEGAL NOTICE. (Jeorge K. Fitch, Clara Fitch, and William 8. Plinh rualilliiir in Ran Francisco. California. and Cordelia Treat and Marcus Treat, residing at Hays City, Kansas, and Henry 8- fitch, re siding at Washington, D. C, and Clara Kltch, Frank Kltch. minors, and Florence Itch, their guardian, and Nellie Kltch. all residing at Louisville, Kentucky, No. 1124 Second street, will take notice that, on me nrsi aay oi Apm, A. D. W0. P.lecta F. Leach Oled her petition In the Court of Common Pleas of Loral n county, Ohio, against the above named parties and others, praying for partition of a bouse and lot .itiiatMl In thn vllWe of Wellington. said county, left by Clara Fitch, deceased. The land consists of a strip five rods wide, off the south end ot lots 37 and 3d in block No. 1. and said petition alleges that said Clara Fitch, Frank Fitch, Nellie Kltch are tennautsin common with certain of said defendants, aud are each entitled to an undivided twenty-seventh part of said property, and that said Oeo. K. Fitch, William 8. Fitch, Cordelia Treat and Henry 8. Fitch are also tennants In common with plaintiff and certain of said defendants, each owning an undivided one-ninth of said described property, aud that plaintiff Is also a tennant In common and owns one-ninth of said property. Kald parties are required to answer on or before the seventh day of June, A. D. 1390, or judgment will be taken against them. ELECTA F- LEACH. A. R. Wissta, her attorney. The remedy for the Influenza. .A remedy recommended for patients stllicted with influenza Is Kemp's Balsam the specific for coughs and colds, which Is especially adapted to diseases of the throat and lungs. Do not wait for the Brat symptoms of the disease before se curing tiie remedy, but get a bottle snd keep it on hand for use the moment it is needed. If neglected the influenza has a tendency to bring on pneumonia. All druggists tell the Bulsuro. MILES' NEEVE & LIVE B F ILLS An important discovery. They act on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They sieedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver piles and constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Hmnllest. mildest, surest. 80 dotes tor 25 cent. Samples free at E. W. Adams. 49ly49 English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps snd blem ishes from bones. Blood spavin, euros splints, sweency, ring-bone, stifles, sprains all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. W arranted the most wonderful blemish cure ever known Sold by E. W. Adams. Druggist, Welling ton, O 49ty;43. Simmons Liver Regulator is the foe of malaria, as it throws oil the bile and pre vents its accumulating. Columbus discovered America and Edi son invented 'be phonograph, but it re mained for Dr. Bull to invent the remedy of the age, "The Cough Syrup," the king ly cure. SALESMEN WANTED. i TRAVELING. To sell our Nursery Stock. Salary. Expenses and Steady employment guaranteed. CHASE BH0TUKH8 COMPANY. 27 ROCHSMTIB, N. Y. For the Dedication Or TBI Garfield Monument AT CLEVELAND. 0., Decoration Day, May 30, 1800, i - Big Pour Route , WILL SILL BOUND TBIP W EXCURSION : TICKETS SPECIAL LOW BATES. Tickets will be eood going May Vthnd on morning trains of May 30th, and wlllbe ao eepted lor return passage until June 1st In clusive. The majestic monument In Lake View Cemetery at Cleveland, O., which marks the resting place of the martyr President la now fully completed.formlngone ef the grand est architectural triumphs of the nineteenth century, and everyone should avail themselves of this opportunity to visit It, witness the Im pressive Dedication ceremony, and see the GRAND PARADE Of Civic and Military Organisations. 1. For full Information regarding tickets, ratei and time of trains, call on or address W. H. FiSHii, Agent 0. 0. 0. k St. t. R'y, Wellington. 0. 1 1). B. Martla, Oen'l Passenrer Agent, Cincinnati, 0. Everybody to know that I am still Dolan Block, west side ot JNortn my spring supply of G3-ard.n andFaxm Seeds In Bulk, Warranted Fresh and Reliable, and for sale in quantities to suit purohaser. Piioea as low as the lowest. Also the best kind of Paim Irxnplemorxta, Machinery, Binder Twine and Lubricating Oils for Machinery. Ches apeake Guano Fertilizer for spring and fall crops. A share of your patronage solicited. Give me a call before purchasing. 28) B. C. ADAMS, Wellington, 0. DETROIT JFi&SHU HALF THI COST of hoisting saved to Storekeepers, Butchers, Farmers, Machinists, Builders, Contractors and others. Admitted to be the great est improvements EVEH made In tackleblocks. Freight prepaid. Write tor catalogue. FULTON IRON A ENGINE WKS., Kstab. 1862, 10, Brush St.. lfrh) Detroit, Mich. Knives -:- and -:- Scissors sharpened. I am prepared to sharpen all kinds of knives and solssors.. lutt) Martin Perk. Semple's Barker Shop, in tlorr, Warner block. Spring Announcement! XlaS.SOZ.ItSXTZ.ACH Is still at the old stand and to the front In making C-L-0-T-H-I-N-G For young and old, and he also keeps a line of OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. Please favor him with your patronage. (19t DH.C.K. HISEY, DE1STTIST Teeth wlthoutPlates, on either gold or rub ber, Gold Caps, Crown Work, Artistic Gold Filling; In fact, All Kinds of Dentistry Care fully Dene and Fully Warranted. Charges Reasonable. I have employed T.J. Mason, D. D. 8., re cently of Bellerue.Ohlo. Dr. Mason Is a grad uate of the Dental department of the Univer sity of Michigan and Is a specialist Inopera tive dentistry. 09 THE Savings Department or TH First National Bat, WELLINGTON, OHIO. ' This Bank will hereafter keep two sets of accounts; one with gen eral or business depositors those who wish their money on demand or subject to sight checks who will receive no interest; and the other with savings depositors those who wish to leave their money for a specified time, or for an indefinite time who will re ceive interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. ' The object of this department is to encourage those who are de sirous of saving or investing their money by depositing it in a bank where it will safely earn a moder ate rate of interest rather than in cur the trouble, annoyance ' and risk of loaning it, or the unprofita ble and dangerous practice of keep ing u aoout ineir uomes or in their Docket. To promote these desirable pur poses, tnis isank nas prepared and adopted Rules and Regulations. which will be presented to any one desirous of procuring them, by calling at the office of said bank, any time during banking hours, or any Saturday night be tween the hours of six and eight o clock. New Stock! Wall Paper, From 10c. up per Dou ble RolL CHEAP GOODS, Good oods, on the first Floor don't have to climb stairs to see them. F. E. JOHNSON. Paperhanger. Work neatly and thoroughly dooe. Carpels do not need to be taken up. I furnish canvass to cover the floor. at my old place of business in th Main street, and have just received A Plain Statement. We offer no back number prizes to draw trade, neither do we use any lottery or gift scheme to di vert attention from long profits and short goods. Such question able methods and zigzag antics in trade may confuse and mislead buyers occasionally, but you 'can't fool all the people all the time." Be3t goods at fair pri ces, straight bargains, unobscured by prize ri ders or other gambling devices never corrupt either buyer or seller. We stand by the proposition that efforts spent in obtaining the best, healthiest and most desira ble goods, such as will recommend themselves and sell on their own merits, is much more commenda ble than either the "now you see it, and now you don't" or big talk in big type about astonishingly low prices. Hence, when you want delivered just such provisions, vegetables, ripe and evaporated fruits, confec tionery, pickles, canned goods, flour, crackers, fresh roasted cof fee, faacy tea, salt, lime, cement, calcined plaster, glassware, crock ery, etc., as recommend them selves without big-lettered adver tisements, at just what they are worth, go to THE OMINIBTJS AND TRNS FEB LINE. ' A CHAKCE TO MAKE MONEY I Balart ana Expenses paid, or Commis sion tf preferred. Salesmen wanted everywhere. No experience nodded. Ad dress, stating age, U.W. Foster k Co Nurserymen. Geneva, N. Y. . . A Salary i With expenses paid will come hsndy to any one now out of employment, espe- nlallv wtiarai ha npAvlrtna jkvnArliinrjl la raw quired to get the position. If you want a position, see eavenisemeni in anmner column headed. "A Chance to Make Money. " "Have you your life preserver f she timidly Inquired, looking trustfully Into tha laoe of ber lover, aa the little craft in which they were seated skimmed gracefully over the billows. "Oh, yes," he answered merrily, "see here," and ha drew from bis side pocket a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 2a g3 SSI'S HS -q 6o h a , Msa. is". ire Deale J. La II A MAN'S SUCCESS Depends a great deal upon his clothes. Did you ever consider how much more respect you get, and how much better liked you are, the better dressed you are? It's a policy that pays. And makes yon healthier and happier, too. Now, to get them. You know what sort of people we are. We buy more and sell cheaper than any other sim ilar concern in Amenca. That insures you the best goods. Latest styles. At prices absolutely beyond the utmost power of competition. We offer Men's Suits from $3.50 to $30. Spring Overcoats from $5 to $30 Boys' and Children's Suits from $1.50 to $20 Hats and Caps. Furnishing Goods, Etc. Ladies' Jersey Suits from $2.50 to $4. Ladies' Stockinet Jackets from $2.25 to $12. Ladies' Tennis Waists, etc., at the lowest prices in Cleveland. We are not doing business for a day. We want the best and solidest trade there is going. We know what gets it. Honest quali-. ties. Pleased customers. One price, and the lowest. Our catalogue and self-measurement rules free. People living out of Cleveland save $25 to $50 a year buying from us, and get fresher, more durable goods, and latest styles. J. L. HUDSON 201 to 211 Superior W. E. Pierce. Eso.. Wellinrrton. O, Deaii Sir: Wc have jour favor ol the 2211 . anil have mailed you an electrotype for newspaper advertising1 iiy' re quested. "We will ship stoves as directed, to-morrow. ...We have sold all the "NEW PROCESS" stove we expect to be able to make this season, have called in all of onr trav eling men, and'havc been positively declining all f.rderB from new parties since March 28th. We are now going -to do our best to take care of the trade we have already se cured. We have already booked a good many orders for 1891. Yours Truly, d i LookHere! Are You Going to Buy a New This Season? If so, don't fail to call on O. B. Lindsley, where you will find a full line of Top Buggies, Jump-Seats, Surries, Road-Wagons, , and Road-Carts. Prices to suit the times. 0. B. Lindsloy. At the old Tripp stand, East Mechanic St., Wellington, 0. , in any r lit Ma uutu f'frlM Tl TTTV a-N "X -Ttk T 7 JLJL U JJoUJXeN i Customer (to waiter). ''Soma cheese, please?" Walter. "Sorry, air, the cheese is out", Customer. "That so? When do yon expect it back ?" EXCELSIOR. St., Cleveland, O. : if i. i ' " The Standard Lighting- Company. Buggy