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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY JUNE 25, '90. a II' ' l A DANDY .Line of Ladies' Hand-turn Dong. Button Shoes, Prices, $3.00 to $5.00, at LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS, Vacation time for employes is in order. All quiet with the cheese dealers this week. The first halt of 1800 is about to bid us adieu. The cold storage is In good demand at present. Our gunners report very few squirrels in the forest. The robins are making war on the' English sparrows. The small lots of wool are being brought inisvmarket. The 24lh. O.V.I. will hold their re union here July 4th. , Our provision dealers keep a fine line of berries and vegetables. Friday and Saturday were busy days at the bank In collecting taxes. J. B. Ilutchins the1 barber has decided to open his shop on the Sabbath day. The boys appear to find plenty of work to do in the onion fields east of town. Our communication lrom Rochester was received too late for publication this week. An unusual amount of racing is indulg ed in occasionally on some of the principal streets. Police Justice Feirce will sit in Judg ment over the transgressors of the village ordinances. The Cleveland Leaoer says even the base-ball fraternity have decided to stick by tun time. Let the stars and strips float in the breeze from the town hall on the 4th ot July this year. The G. A. R. folks will take an outing toLorain to-morrow. Fare for tho round trip one dollar. A petition has been filed in the Probate office in Elyrla for a special school dis trict in Penfield. Fane, fly-nets, screens, dusters, Ice and street sprinklers are amoung the essen tials fur hot weather. The striking switchmen in the yards ot the Big Four at Cleveland returned to work Friday morning. " Oberlin vs Wellington Town Nine on the school ground Saturday afternoon. 5 to 0 In iavor of Oberlin. . W. E. Pelrce shipped five tons of rags Friday afternoon which had been pur chased within the last ninety days. Sorry to lose our ever faithful corres pondent at LaO range. He has served the Ektebtbise well for the past live years' Next Wednesday evening, July 2nd, the ladles ot the Methodist church give their regular quarterly supper, to which all are Invited. Farmers complain that laborers are scarce on account of so many being em ployed in the construction of the new railroads. Quite a heavy gale of wind visited us Sunday afternoon. It left Its trail on the park end school ground by removing the tope of ft number of trees. ' Several cars loaded with horses, mules, scrapers and camp outfits arrived in town last week. They were enronte to Litch field to be used oo the P. A. & W. Ry. The black chirp rs have selected the school grounds for ft resting place during the night season. The mayor should call out the local militia and pat them to flight The milliners have been laboring since March, last, to manufacture sufficient amount of style to satisfy the fairer sex for the nexj sixty dsys, and will now drop their needles and scissors and take ft va cation. Postmaster Bush Is preparing to leave official business for the present It Is ex pected that he will remain In office under Mr. Husted reasonable length of time until the new official gets the business under his control All should attend the caucus to-morrow, Thursday, evening, June Mth., at the op en house. Eighteen delegates are to be selected to represent us at Elyrla on Sat urday, June 28th. A township committee will have to be selected. .. Ex-Mayor Wean wis in town Monday morning looking after-the mayor. He was Informed ttae-the town was Just out of an official of that kind, but everythig In dicates that his wants In that direction may be supplied Id a few days. The cash books and papers of the so ciety for savings, la Cleveland was remov ed: to the new quarters Saturday night The assets of the bank exceed nineteen million dollars. Mr. M. T. Derrick, tor- j merly of this place is secretary and treas urer of the society. Notwithstanding the long season of rainy weather which caused the delay in planting tho spring crops until June 1st to 10th, everything now indicates that we will be favored with the usual annual productions. Let us learn to be patient and the seeding time will come. The people of Oberlin and the authori ties In Cleveland are making war on the gamblers and their dens. It might be truly said that the neighboring towns are afflicted with some of these degraded specimens of humanity, and a raid made upon them would not be out of order. The blank bond for Postmaster Hus ted arrived Thursday afternoon. It call ed for eight thousand dollars to be divided as follows: three thousand tor the faithful performance as postmaster, and five thousand for the money order and postal note department It was signed by satis factory sureties and returned to Washing ton, D. C. Some of the farmers have called at our sanctum to explain the cause ot the poor quality of butter complained ot In this psper. Our dealers should decline to purchase Inferior grades of butkrand over ripe eggs at any price; then It might stim ulate the inferior producers to take little more pains with products in order to find a market. Late Tuesday evening five members of the council decided to sign a call for a special election to be held Friday after noon, June 27th, The candldato receiv ing the highest number of votes will be sppolnted by the council. Read the offic ial call in another column. Col. O. L. Couch and J. T. Haskell have signified their Intentions to run for mayor. - - A number are being talked of as suit able persons to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Husted. It is necessity tor a candidate to be possessed of a number of qualifications in order to be an efficient officer of a town of this population. First, his morsls should be good; second, his Intellectual qualifications; third, has he the interests of the town at heart and will be attend totbem promptly if elected t The annual meeting of the 3d Dlst of Ohio W. C. T. U, June 10th and 11th, at liorwalk, was well attended. Reports of the representatives from the fonr counties Medina, Lorain, Huron ssd Eric showed an increased Interest and more thorough work in the departments organ ized. Scientific temperance instruction la successfully pushed throughout the dis trict. Papers, leaflets and books are more widely taken and read than ever before. Every word that was spoken st the com mencement exercises Friday evening by the people was to wish the young gradu ates success. This was in order, but as ft rule about certain number in every com munity meet with success in life anyway, regardless of what may be said. It de pends ft great deal r pon the amount of nerve that is exhibited in after life whether success Is met with or not. Success does not usually come to ns without some exer tion on our part Literary Notes. Mrs. Lee C. Harby, who contributes to Harper's Magazine for July, an Interest. Ing article on "Tenn Types and Con trasts," is native of Charleston, 8. C. and bu spent several years In Texas. She was for a long timet regular con tributor to the leading newspapers of Galveston, from which she began to write for Northern magazines and papers. - Brander Matthews In "Two Letters,' In Harper's Magazine for July, will tell the story of an attempted robbery of the Esaequlbo Gold Company of British Guiana. A fabled tribe of white Indians' "who were supposed to be the last of the ancient Pervlaos," figure prominently in the narrative. AYuU-page illustration by Faray accompanies the story. Hotel Roginter. , . Arrivals at the Americas Bouse, June zz, B. J. H. Clark, Buffalo, M. Y., I. H. Dtuoa. Milan. 00.H.Hort. St Paul. Ulan.. H.iK. Valentine. Boorros, 0, B. M. Franks, Wait Baltm, 0., W. U, Tinea. Detroit, Mich., Frank Collver, Detroit, Mich., W. C, Manning, Cin cinnati. 0., Frank Walters, Utlcn, H. T, 0. H. Sebottld, Cleveland, 0., A. B. Chappeller, Cleveland. 0. ' There were ninety-one persons from the Wellington Hlh lebooL tor sapper, Monday evening, whe were served with the dslloaeies ot the Tfct Spring Xodloin. The popularity which Hood's Banana- rill his gained as a spring medicine Is wonderful It possesses lust those ele ments of health-giving, blood-purifying and appetite-restoring which everybody seems io neea si mis season, uo not con tinue In a dull, tired, unsatisfactory con dition when you may be so much benefited by Hood's Sarstparllle. It purifies the Diooa ana makes tnt weak strong. F. B. SERAGE'S. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Jno. O'Brien, of Cleveland, attend ed commencement, Friday evening. Mr. and. Mrs, D. L. Wadsworth spent laat week in Columbus visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cab son, of Elyria, spent Sunday with Col. Couch. Eugene Robinson will leave for Lake side in a lew days to remain for the sea son. Mr. and Mrs. John Eglin and Rev. W. C. Dawson sttended the commencement exercises of the Ohio Wesleyan Univer sity, at Delaware last Thursday. Will H. Eglin, ol the class of '83 Wellington High School, was one of the graduates. Will intends spending the next two years at Boston. Mrs. H. G. Brown, nee Peirce, of Hast ings, Mich., spent a week In town. She eft for home Monday on account of re ceiving word that her husband had met with the misfortune of having his hsnd mashed. A telegram was recleved here Thursday evening, by Wm. Vischer, announcing the death ot Geo. T. Edwards, at Ford ham, N. Y. Mr. Edwards was the young er brother of Mr. Vischer, who in com pany with her husband and a sister, Mrs. B. L. Conde, from Schenectady, who was visiting here, took the evening train over the Big Four lor New York. The deceas ed went in the express business in Sche nectady many years ago In the office of the Amerlcn express company when the late Mr. Morse was manager. From there he was transferred to their New York office, and at the time ot his death was their general manager at 44th street His remains were interred in Vale cemetery, Schenectiuly, Sunday at 10 o'clock. D. M. Hall of Brighton waa in town Monday afternoon, Dan says he has not been in town but once since Christmas. Mrs. Lillie E.Phelps, nee Rlnlnger, of Scranton, Iowa, Is visiting her parents. Lyman 8. Yale, of this place has been chosen editor-in-chief of the Practical Student, a paper published in the Interest of the college at Deleware. Miss Nellie Uorr entertained a large company of invited friends, Saturday even ing, on the lawn of C. W. Uorr. Miss Irma Smith entertained her friends the same evening, at ber home on South Main street Ed. Sawtelle, of the Cleveland Leader is in town. Miss Ettle Leet was called to Cleveland to attend the funeral of an Infant child of Frank Cosgrove. Mrs. Juliet Harding, of Medina, attend ed commsncement exercises Friday eve., and visited her sister. Mrs. Asa Pratt over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everhsrt, of Sterling, O., snd Will Slemmons, of Burbank, 0., are visiting their mother in town. Miss Marian Hlckox, of Medina, 0., Is visiting her cousin, Blake Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Eber Vanamburg and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Peters, of Deleware Co., N. Y., are visiting at L C Winchell's. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howard, of Roch ester, spent several days last week with their daugter, Mrs. C. D. Edwards. Mr. W. H. Gillette, of Clyde, 0., visited at W. D. Forbes, ft couple of dsys this week. Frank Wldeman Is In town. School Folki. Will Eglin, Lyman B. Yale, 0. W. U. Delaware, 0.; G. B. Warner, Cornell; Alden Palmer, Hiram Nlckerson, Boston, Mass.; a Wlndecker, N. Y. Grace Pro be rt, Norwalk.O.i Eugene Brink, Cleve land; Earl Perkins, Beret; Lottie Ben- oett, Warren, 0.; Earl Barrett, Ed on, 0.; David Gammell, Akron; Mabel Holbrook, Mansfield. Instructor Selected 1st the TJnloa Schools for 1890-91. R. II. Einnison, Hupt, Alma Bprague, Principal H. 8, Lenora Lanndon, First Assistant, Sarah Nichols, Second Assistant, Ardlt Barker, B Grammar, Minnie Clog on, C Grammar, Nellie Horr, D Grammar, Permella Tissot, A Primary, Eva Couch, B Primary, Eva Brown, 0 Primary, (South), Llbble Boyd, 0 Primary. (North,) H. 0. Harding, Music. A Grammar to "PPly- " A Good Suggestion. (From the Duboqoe, Iowa, Telegraph.) The adjourning of the Impeachment court laat Saturday, on account of Gen. Weaver's belly-acheost the people of this commonwealth nearly 1500. One dose ot ChamberlalnsCollcCbolerft and Diarrhoea Remedy, weald have saved this expense. And we suggest, ss matter of economy and humanity, that tho state provide against future contingencies of this nature by furnishing each senator with ft bottle of that valuable remedy. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Fred D. Felt, Drug gist. & ELECTION NOTICE. We, the undersigned, members of the Village Council of Wellington, agree to appoint as Mayor of this village at the next meeting of said Council the citi zen who may receive the highest number of votes at an election to be held at the town hall next Friday, June 27th, 180. Said election to be held between the hours of 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. Only regular qualified voters of this village according to the laws of the State of Ohio to be al lowed to vote at said election. E. L. Johns, F. W. Bennett, J. M. Ottkrbacheb, T. R. Herrick, M. W. Uno. TO THE PUBLIC. At the solicitation and request of over 200 of the citizens of Wellington, Mr. Geo. L. Couch has consented to be t candidate for the office of Mayor of our city. The names ot these citizens could be obtained if time were given. If elected he will strictly and Impartially enforce all our laws and ordinances, not only on temper ance but on every other question. FOR MAYOR. WaixinoTOl, O., Jane M, 1890. Mr. J. T. Htukell, Wellington, Ohio, Diab SiB-Whereu the office of Mayor ot the Tillage of Wellington It made vacant by the reel nation of E. X. United, lad the council his sub mitted the choice of a occeuor to the eltlsena of the vUlage it in election to be held on Friday, Jon 171b, 1890, the andenlgned eltlsena, repre senting the temperinco sentiment of tho village IneapectiTe of party affiliation, earnestly reqneet yo to become a candidate for the above named office j and we hereby pledge onr salted and hearty npport. B K Lanndon, B B Stanard, W C Daweon, 8 8 Warner, Richard Craddock, J B Wooley, W B WUIlami, C V He men way, C W Borr, t W B Pelrce, B C Adams, W W Harvey, D B Ordway, B D Roeer, A D Sheldon, J W Wilbnr, E B Walt, C X Sutllfr, X Weft, - W Semple, X Benedict, X A VanCleef, i B Wight, B W Codding, PDGIbeon, J X Morgan, Chu Rowland, B M Pelrce, A B Pelrce, Wm Holmes, 0 U Bradner, J W Uooghton, W L Hayee, C F Bonghton, F W Andrews, I T Gardner, A Orlggi, 8 L gage, A Stanard, C Wadsworth, L X Chapman, 8 F Black, X C Dorand, Joe Morgan, A Damon, C L Phelps, fl Wadiworth, X M Vincent, D W Bradley, C P Blllta, 8 Bowles, Albert Pelrce, t Knntx, Geo Bradner, XX Goodrich, T i Yale, t P Xidt, C W Arner, C B Rnaeell,- 8 Wlndecker, X Welle, X Welle, it, i M Benecboten, A Derr, W DaTtdeon, N BoyU F Hbnlu, W K Hanlley, i A Chapman, Martin Perk, W B rJterlck, i Clegon, P Wright, Chae Phelpe, F Sutllff, CalTln Sage, I W Bmlth, W Cuhton, Jr, John W Wight, X P Collins, C W Bemenway, M B Krepe, J V Phelon, Hiram Bdward. Juoe, 1890. 8. K. Lanndon and otkmt Biaa I thank roe for the compliment paid me by the temperinco people, aa expreaeed In you common lotion of thle date. I bare not sought ot deelred the appointment, and should much pre fer that some other geaUeman, mora worthy and better qnallled shoold bare been selected for the peeitlon. I, bowerer, recognize the dnty of every eltlsea to be willing to sen the people shonld the occasion seem to demand inch service, and I shall, if receiving the appointment, endeavor to eocore the wlao enforcement of the laws, and thereby to promote the peace and good order of oar village. Again thanking yon for the honor conferred npon me, I remain row obedient servant, J.T. Haanau. The 14th Regiment, O. V. I. Will hold It fifth annual reunion tt Wel lington, Ohio, July 4th, 1890, by invitation of Hamlin Post, No. 319, G. A. R. The following Is taken lrom the Dayton Jour nal's report of their last annual meeting: "A remnant ot the survivors of the 24th 0. V. L participated In the fouitb annual reunion, held yesteriay in the par lots of the Phillips House. Company E of this regiment was raised in this city, Captain Jack son commander. The remaining companies were contributed from various sections of the Bute. The fact that quite t number of the survivors ire A the re union of the Army of the Cumberland tt Chattanooga, and others are tt Columbus in attendance at the session of the Rover, eign Lodge of Odd Fellows, accounts fot the small number in attendance tt the re union. However the veterans who were present had an enjoyable time." English Spavin Liniment removes til bard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses. Blood spavin, curbs enllnta leiMiliv rtnihinA atlfljta anralnfl all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $30 oy use one ooitie. warranted tne most wonderful blemish cure ever known Bold by iS. W. Adams. Druggist, Welling ton, 0 49ty;48 Dr. McClaran. Many of our readers will be pained to learn of the death of Dr. T.M. McClaran, who died at the home of bis daua-hter. Mrs. W. H. Rosenow, In Springfield, Mo., June 21st The doctor wast resident of this place until two years age when being compelled to seek another climate on ac count of lung trouble, but all to no pur pose. He and his faithful wife toiled here for number oi years and as the re sult of their labors secured ft beautiful place to reside on South Main street, ex pecting to spend the balance of their days here. The deceased stood high in his profession, was good citizen and honest man. "Peace to his ashes." Business Notes. Dell Foote Jr., Is clerking at E. E. Husted's. Messrs. L. E. Chapman and R. C. Adams are doing a thriving business just now in selling farming Implements. 4th of July Excursion. Continuing Its usual custom the Wheel ing & Lake Erie Railway Company will offer to the public excursion rates of half lare from all stations to all stations, July 3d and 4th. Excursion tickets will be sold on dales named with limit for return passage good including July 5th. Chil dren under 5 years of age free; between 5 and 12 years quarter fare. mmm OBEBLIM. A. ticobie has been appointed postmas ter at Columbia Station, this county Misses Foote and Breckenridge accom panied their schools for a ride last Friday afternoon. Two four-horse and two two horse wagons were loaded The fast mail passing here about balf-past five in the afternoon, going east, now has a Wag ner drawing-room car attached, but does not stop here Workmen hare been engaged this week in erecting the new gates at the South Main street railroad crossing. These are the first ever put up in Oberlin The great ball game to decide the tie between Oberlin and Ann Arbor, was played last Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the Oberlin athletic as sociation. The people of the town were not seriously disturbed by the ringing ol bells or shouts of Joy on the part of the Oberlin students. A fine gome is reported with a large and enthusiastic crowd ol spectators, but for some reason the Ann Arbors won the game by a score of 8 to 5. The Oberlin boys still have the satisfac tion of beating the crock college club In one game At a little before noon on Saturday last, Charlie Wynn, aged 5 years, son of A. Wynn, who keeps a grocery and buber shop at No. 25 South Main street, fell Into ft cirtern in the rear of his father's place of business, and narrowly escaped drowning. Mr. Wynn missed him, and falling to find him anywhere else, took a stick with a nail in the end and examined the cistern, finding the boy at the bottom. He was pulled to the surface, and the cis tern being full was readily taken out lie was insensible and nearly gone, but sev eral persons immediately commenced their efforts to resuscitate him, and in the course of an tour he revived and was taken home. It was some lime before a physician could be found, but Dr. Wm. Bunce came at last and rendered assistance. The boy has nearly now or Quite recovered from the shock. Mr. Wynn desires lo thank those who rendered services which saved his boy. News. Call for Your Mall. Mrs. C E. Logan. Mr. Henry C. Wallup. Oao. C. Bush, P. M. DIED. At the home of bis daughter, Mrs. W. II. Rose now, In Springfield, Mo., Saturday morning, June Zlit, Dr. Thomas M. McClaran. Ills re mains were Interred Sunday afternoon. Card ot Thanks. To the many friends who so kindly as sisted during the sickness and burial of my dear husband, I desire to return thanks. Also to those who brought flowers. Mrs. C. W. Gahnktt. TtllrdSi filmmlMtl Da Hii leaf rm at ftne emnMB i"w uiwuivue Aat7M. uiasivt ml Vl vuui j i I r f a r 1 1 uiuuer. if proTema uyBpepti. wna mm- BUSINESS LOCALS. SPRING ARRIVALS. A full assort ment ol Hew Styles always on hand, and all klnria of Htraw Work hmi1 Hnu the Millinery rooms of Mrs. 8. Cady, oouw an am street, Wellington, u. ?l Fire Crackers. Harmless fire-crackers at Ed. Robinson's. I am still selling the best floor on the market, tor s per sack. Every sack warranted. . u bag. FOR SALE. Mrs. Col. W. F. Herrick offers ber house and lot for sale. For terms and price, Inquire of 8tf) J.T. Haskbu, Harmless fire-crackers at Ed. Robinson'. That old govt Java coffee, from Chand ler and Rudd Co, Cleveland, g!ve iN-rfWi satiaiacnen. iryn. rot ante ry a. jk Bsge, Crosier block, Wellington, O. Harmless fire-crackers at Ed Robinson's. LOST somewhere about town, a good umbrella. The finder will please leave witnuj. uunn. (20 FOR SALE. C. W. Arner has a Colum- bla Expert bicycle, 62 Inch, in good con dition, for sale cheap. Call at Lanndon, winaecaer a uii warehouse. (27 Those wishing to avail themselves ol the goods offered free at my store, must call for them, as it is impossible for me to tell others what they want 8. L. Saoi. Big Cat in Parlor, Chamber and Din tug Room Furmitnre. . E. P. French Co., 83 Prospect street, Cleveland, will positively save yon money on almost any article of Furniture. (29 IP POWDER Absolutely Pur. ThiepowaerneTer vanea. A marvel of polity, strength and wholeeomeneae . More economica than the ordinary kind, and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low teat, abort welght.alum or phopphate powders. Hold only In cane. Koyal Baking Powder Co., 10S Wallet. H.T. Remember there is no better tea, coffee, sugar, butter, tobacco or groceries in gen eral kept in Wellington, than can be found at 8. L. Sage's. Perfection Dyes at Felt's. (20 For New Goods and Low Prices go to Wilbur & Collins. (tf F. D. Felt, agenf for Perfection Dyes. (20 The New Champion Hoe for sale by Wilbnr & Collins. (tt For the purest, best flavored and most palatable ice-cieam in town, go to the Nickel Plate. ICE-CREAM Pur lr-r.m rJicd daily from Cleveland, by express, at the Nickel Plate. A CARD. I hVA Onpnr1 i!fntnl nvtmi over Bowlby & Hali'f, where I will be Tl(fftfwd in AAA riHrllAB UMMIIinr VlDUT-aT A 11C dental work ot any kind done. I feel con- uurui mat i can please you. . . UOIXOWAY, D. D. S. Wilbnr &. Cnllinn bpII f Via paIo. brated Batcheller & Sons' Hay and manure f orks. (tf LAND FOIt SAf.V.T.n i,,.ml rant acres of good tarni land, well limbered, With living KKtMT wll lnr.taH ,;h lit tie improvement; situated in Osceola county, Michigan, near railroad station and mills. For further particulars enquire Wl V. 11. M. HDTLIlrr. 1010 Wellington, 0. I fruarantPA Rlarb'e lV.Hn.Vl i T., edies to be as represented, or money re- muueu. oi j. v. uoi'ohton, Druggist. THE VERY LATEST niiTa ri ing bath tub and heater combined, at Vt . . fEIRCE'S. EOR SALE Farm and village prop, erty. Inquire of J. T. Haskell, Atl'y-at-Law, Wellington, Ohio. FOR SALE. A desirable kouse and, lot on Barker street ; also one on De Wolf street. Above properly Is offered very cheap. Enquire of R. N. Ooodwiji or Cuas. Willard. tt Honxe and Lot for Sale. My house and lot cau ue bought on very reasonable terras or cheap for cash. For particulars inquire of C. baee or J. W Wilbur Wellington, 0. Notice. J. M. Crabtre will imv tint tilh market nrlr.ee lor llva ami ilrna.l K..., veal calyes, dry and green bides and pells FOR SALE. The Swift nrnnaitv side South Main St., can now be bought cheap. (13if) It. N. Goodwin. Agt. FOR SALE Ctiean. Sir ITnnui Pnr Engine, large Boiler io good condition. For further narticulnrn. call at tlm Enter. prlne Ofllr. (Uf l(. It. Uootiwin oilers lor sale bouses nd lots vcrv cheaD: all In onvi InralltiM. See blin lieiore purchasing. FOR SALE. CAEAP Dnnaa and tnt acre of land, good fruit, barn and other out-door buildings. Convenient for keep. Ing chicken", cow. elc. Inquire of W. F. Starr at J. W. Wilbur s. (12tf Aa the aeaaon for wind ntnrnie la no.rlu here call on K. N. Goodwin and get your property inaurea against sucb rtoims Rales are cheap. CHOICE DAIRY BUTTER. I keen a aunnlv of rhnira U!rv tin ... in quantities to suit purchasers on hand at all times. c. Willard. itch. Man pa. and Hrratrhoa sin hnni or animate cured in 80 minutes by Wool ford's benltary Lotion. This never i r II Sold by E. W. Adams, Druggist, Welling ton, Clio. 4 FOR SALE. A note of M and Inter est fiom Oct. 1, lHrje, signed by a resident of Brighton. Lorain county, O. Write to toe unueraignea inr particulars. UUiI taln bay-rake company, Cantno.O., manu facturers ot sulky rakes, hay tedders, poet hole diggers, potato diggtrs, etc. Il lustrated catalogue mailed free. (i2 NOTICE. If yon want a fine finish snd nice clean laundry work done, send by F. D. Ulbson, agent lor the Troy steam laundrr, of Elyrla, Ohio. Office at Portal Telegraph Cable Co. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Goods sent every Thursday mornrtg at 8 :10. Returned and ready for delivery Saturday evening. Yonr patronage respectfully solicited. Call snd be convinced. Yours respectfully, F. D, Qibhob, Agent 7 Per Cent. Investment. Send name and age for an es'lmsle of the 7 per cent. Consnl offered by the Mutual Life of New York. Assets $183, 000,000. Pays you 7 rjer cent for life on any sum from $1,000 to $100,000. Secures protection to the little onee end is an es tate purchased by small yearly InaUlK mrnts. It in better than a government bond and Is backed by the at root; est finan cial Institution in the world, ft will (o you do harm to gain additional knowledge hy looking Into this. Try It. T. II. Maddi, Box 843, Elyria, Ohio. Electro-plating Good and Cheap. Parties bsvlng spoons, knives, forks, castors, etc, from which the plating baa worn off can have them re-plated and made as good as new, in either Nickel or Pure Silver. Common knives and forks can be plated with Nickel and thus save the labor of scouring, as they nefver turn black nor give a bad taste to the food as steel does. A, good heavy and durable coat given to ail goods at a very reaaona ble price. If yon nave goods to be plated yon can drop me a card stating residence (If la town) and I will call for them er they may be left at S. W. Adams' Drug Store. W. J. Clrrvonn, t8) Electro-plater, Wellington. aft.