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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1890.
Serage Has the Following Big Bargains to Close. LOT 15 Pairs men's Clf. Cong, and r -it sizes, one I, one o, one o, one v, one iu. 10 wu i 4.uv. LOT 27 PairB Men's Clf. Cong., smooth insole, $3.50 shoe; Bizes, one Gi, two 7, one 7j, two 8, one 9. To close at $2.50. LOT 3 5Pairs Men's Clf. Bals., smooth insoles, $3.50 shoe; sizes, one 6, two 8, two 9. To close at $2.50. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Laundon Windecker & Co. Cloaks and Lamps. E. E. Goodrich. Clothing. Benedict Shoe Co. Shoes. F. B. Serage. Bools and Shoes. Harper's Weekly. Harper's Bazar. Harper's Young People, The Century. Scrlbner'a. Cincinnati Commercial GaMtte. St. Nicholas. R. N. Goodwin. Special Letter. J. VV. Houghton. Christmas Goods. P. or H. Lecture Course. 8. V. Carpenter. Jewelry. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS Stuff the birds. Remember the poor. Thanksgiving to-morrow. Come at last Indian Summer, biz days pleasant weather. Good. Read what our business men say in Ibis. Issue. Blood is being shed among the turks. Very little real estate is changing hands at present The Disciple parsonage is very nearly completed. The wheels ol commerce have began to move again. Our correspondents will please all re port next Meek. Wo have not heard a word alwut the tariff this week. We have very elegent designs of wed ding cards on hand. The K. of P. convene In the Good Tern plars hall at present Let every one recognize the proclama. lon of the President. Fresh meats can now be purchased at very reasonable figures. The Democrats still continue to smile over their recent victory. Commercial travelers are making a bee line for home this week. Justice Uusted turns all the court bus. lness over to Esq. Pelrce. Street Commissioner Serago has been using bis planer on the streets. Who will step to the front and solicit subscribers for a lecture course ? Halph Linder, (better known as "Phln"), is agent for the Cleveland World. An average of one letter a day is deliv ered by special carrier at this office. Peace seems to have been declared In the special school district Id Penflelil. Messrs. Johnson and Brenner are the dealers in live stock here at present. The fancy turn outs are being brought out Irora their winter quarters and placed in nse. Soul stirring meetings are being held each evening at the Congregational Church. Quite an Interest is being taken In the sermons on the Holy Land by Rev. Dr. Talmage. Harper's publications, the Century, St. Nicholas and Scrlbnerare advertised In this Issue. On account of a little extra advertising . onr atorv la omitted this week but will appear next November 23rd was the first pleaunt - Sunday we have been favored with for many weeks. A chanse of time for the winter is ex- -pected to go into effect on the Big Four in few days. The brokers' offices In a number of the leading cities are unhealthy places to be In Just at present The Santley Lumber Company have been making extensive repairs at their mills In this place. ' Our special letters from correspondents In different parts of the United States will teon begin to appear. . The contlaued wet weather has causes' - corn in the shock to mold and the fodder la many casea Is almost worthless. It is said that our produce dealers have very limited stock of eggs on. hand at present, compared with last season. The divines will confer a great favor upon the press If they will hand In mar riage and death notices soon as possible. The solicitors forVe St. Louis Range ' Company travel every fi, notwlthstand tag the condition of the' weather or roads, Bate., McKay sewed, $3.50 shoe; 1A m. -1 .A ftf) CA LOT 7 4 Pairs Men's Clf. Cong, hand-sewed, $4.00 shoe; sizes, one 6, one 7, one 8, one 9$. To eloee at $3.00. . Mrs. Carr, who has been operating the I Star Bakery for the past six months, Has decided to retire from trade for the pres- ent. A judge In Cleveland sentenced a per son charged with stealing a bicycle to four years imprisonment in tho peniten tiary. The members of the M. E. church will vote upon the question of admitting wom en at members of the Conference Friday afternoon. A cut and description of the buildings erected by the Wellington Machine Com pany will appear in this paper within a few weeks. One fare and third for the round tup to all points on the W. & L. E. Ry. Tickets sold Wov. 26 and 27th, good to return un til the 80th. Our dealers have no trouble in getting all the potatoes they want from Northern Michigan of good quality and at reason able prices. The people of Piitstlcld held union sit vices on 8abbath in order that the church people might devote Thanksgiving to vis iting their friends. The Wellington Flouring Ml.l hai not been running for the past week on account of the flour market being overstocked in all the loading cities. Ned Brumlow, who Is stopping at 1. N. Linder's on Elm St, Is down afflicted with the In grippe. This is tho first case re ported of the season. Some of our business men have broken their former records in attending divine service of late. The morals of the lown are bound to Improve. E. E. Hosted has purchased twent five hundred turkeys for Thanksgiving. One thousand wsstrecelved at this place nnd tho balance at other points. Notices are posted in the windows of some ot the business rooms, notifying the public that this business room will be closed on Thanksgiving day. - The people in New London want the C., L. & W. Ry. to construct a branch from Medina to Cleveland, so they can reach the city without patronizing the Big Four. Prof. Wright is a distinguished scholar, autnor nnd lecturer, and tanks among the first In his profession in the United States' Come and bear him. Only 50c. for the three lectures. Our sporting fraternity have been on tho tramp for a number of days looking after the quail, but up to date very few birds compared with former seasons have been captured. On account of the roads being in belter condition than at any time since Oct 1st, our business men had the pleasure of tak ing bv the hand a number of customers who had not been In town since that time. Don't full to hear Prot. Wright's lecture on the Ice Age, Monday evenings, the 1st, 8th and 15tb or Dec., 1800. Tickets for course, 50c. Single admission, 20c. Chil dren under ten years, accompanied by pir ents, free. Very few horses are shipped to the eastern markets from this place at present as dealers claim there Is no chance to dis pose ot them at a profit. Operating street cart by cable and electricity I be ginning to tell. The silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J' V. Pbelon, on South Main street was cele brated Saturday evening, Nov. 22, In the presence of 80 Invited guests. A tump tout repast was partaken of and a goueral good time prevailed. E. Benedict and J. Burt are able to be on their "pegs" again after receiving the tumble from the elevator onto a nest of barb wire. Mr. Benedict holds an acci dent policy and Is drawing the comfort able sum of $25 per week. Postmaster Husted has plenty of wrap ping paper from the newspspers sent here that the addressed have declined to re ceive and the publisbor hat been ootifled of the refusal, but still continues to send them. Copies are received addressed to Individuals who left here three yean ago. At a regular meeting of F. & A. M. held Tuesday evening, the following officers were elected for the ensuing rear: E. R. Stannard, W. M., R. S. Hoi. lonbach,8. W.GIilln Young., J. W.,T. Do land. Tree., T.G. Yale, Secy., W. O. Crane, S. D.. W. B. Vlscher, J. D., J. B. Vermllya, Tyler. Mayor Couch went out Monday morn tng to tee what length of time the trains on the Big Four blockaded the ttreet crossings. When , the train started up he ascertained that bis watch had been stopp ed lor three hours. The engineer and LOT 44 Pairs Men's Clf. Cong, and Bals., hand-sewed, $3.50 shoe; sinu nna 1 turn O Mia 1(V Tn ftlnRB ftt t2.K(V LOT 5-4 Pairs Men's Clf. Bals, two 8, one 91, one 10. To close at LOT 64 Pairs Men s Clf, Bals., four 9. To close at $3.00. Sebage's. conductor escaped being placed under ar- rest tor that transgression. A gentleman of seventy-three summers who had recently . lost his companion, called a few days ago to talk over the propriety of ajyertislng for a wife. He was told that our columns were open to advertisers, but it would probably be the better plan to lay his case before some of the maidens of his choice In town and if they declined- then If would be ample time to resort to printer's ink. PERSONAL MENTION. Geo. E. Ryan, of Weston, Ohio,, called Monday morning, Miss Rose Mallory ot Delaware is at home for a lew days. F. B. Serage of Columbus, O., spent a day or two in town lost week. Churles P. Horr of Olympla, Washing. ton. is in town visiting hia parents and friends. Miss Effie and Miss Flora Brant, sisters of Rev, J. F. Brant, are guests at the M. E. parsonage. Mr. B. B. Herrick returned from bis Visit to Dixie last week. He will give few notes of trayel In next Issue. CI nylon E. Chapman ot Elyria, spent gundity with Miss EuHh Parker. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wads worth will spend Thanksgiving with friends In Mich igan. Mrs. C. II. Horton Is visiting friends In Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. L. liutler and family left Tuesdny evening for Cairo, 111., where they expect to make their future home. Railway Notes. BIO FOUR S. R Cramer, train master of this divis ion, has tendered bit resignation, to take effect Dec. 1st The station agents are now not required to post notices of the revised tariff sheets of rates on freight and tickets In the wait ing rooms. The subordinate officials do not appear to enjoy the numerous changes which are going on at piescnt The sections along this division have been renumbered. w. A l. K. One decada lias passed away since trains began to run on the north end of this line. Each yenr a few miles would be constructed, but on account of the rough condition or the country and their limited means their progress lias been slow. Commodore Garrisou being the real owner or the line, on account of largo advances being made, and being forced to tut finan cial wall within a few years after the line was begun, bis interests had to he looked after by his assignee, which bad a tenden cy to delay matters along the line very much, but the present management (ire looking lor the truffle to he douolrd with in the next two years. The first passenger train over the W. & L. E. Ry. weut Into Steubenville last week. Cannon were fired and the day was' spent iu generul rejoicing by the people, Church Notes and Announcement Union meetings will be held during the week each evening at the Congregational church. Union Thanksgiving services 111 be held at the Congregational church Thurs day morning at half past ten O'clock, Rev. J. F. Brant to officiate. METHODIST. The Ladles' Bazar of tbe M. E. church will be postponed one weeK. See. an nouncement In ext paper. Prof. Frost ot Oberlia preached a mas terly sermon, Sabbath morning, Nov. 33, which was well appreciated by the large audience assembled. Public Sale. Lemuel Oukley will sell on hlsprem ises, situated mile north center Span- cer, Dec. 4th, 10 a. m.r 7 choice cows, 4 spring calves, yearling colt, 2 two year old colts, bay by tbe ton, corn in the ear mowing machine and other articles. Henry White, Auctinetr. Ho w'a Tb.it f We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of, Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. . F.J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O, We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Chenev for the lost 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, ana noanciauy auie to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, To. ledo.Ohlo. Waldlng, Klnnan Marvin, Wholesale druggists. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarru Cure It taken Internally, acting directly upon tbe blood ana mucus surfacesoi tne system, rnce ic per not tie. Sold by all druggists. Simmons Liver Regulator,' bear Id mind, is not an experiment It Is endorsed by thousands. hand-sewed, $4.00 shoe; sizes, 1 W.UO. nand-sewed, $4.00 shoe; sizes, Wedding; Bells. ies and Miss Gertrude Fetzer, daughter of air. aim jura, i, n. rew.Br, were uuueu iu i the bolybondt of wedlock by Kev y. o. rnuiiDs. nascor oi ine rrenoyionuo cburcb, at the residence of tbe bride's par ents, 6 :80 Wednesday evening. About 40 guests were present to witness we mar riage ceremonies and enloy the wedding feast, which was an elaborate affair. Tbe newly wedded pair were the recipients or many valuable and useiui presents. Tue bride is one of our best known and handsomest young ladies, a member ot the Presbyterian church cbolr and s prominent worxer in tne society or imnsusn ro deavor. Tbe groom it t promising young man and a civil engineer of the Michigan Southern railroad, with headquarters at Elkhart, lnd. six years ago he was em ployed as tyno on the Journal when F, Ltdd had editorial charge. Mr. and Mra. Jefferies took tbe train that evening for Wellington, tbe home of the croom's Barents, thence in the morn ing, yla Cleveland, to Elkhart, their future home. The'guests from abroad were: Mr and Mrs. C. E. Jefferies, Miss Jessie Jefferies and ('has. Linder of Wellington, Mr. ana Mrs. Jr. Myers, Mrs. 1. Dean and son ana liir.anunirs.il. u. oiewnri ui optuer, i r I ft. i r v u. . t' Mr. and Mrs. U. Z. Baum of SraiihyiUe, Mr. and Mrs. A. Romlch, Miss Helen RomicbaodMr.J. W. Komlck of Woos- ter. Creston Journal, Nov. 20. "Homo Comfort" Testimonial. Wrought Iron Range Co.. St. Louis, Ma: Gentlemen: We purchased of your salesman a "Home Comfoit" Range, and are pleased to say it gives entire satisfac tion. This certi Urate you can use In any manner you see proper, itesp'y, Miss Mannettb Whhtle, Mrs. Jab. WniiTi.E, John Dagnb and Wike, A. West, David Miller, Lewis Miller, Andrew Duty. A Modern Newspaper. For excellence, high character, reliabil ity, variety, enterprise, and cheapness the Cincinnati Weekly Gazette (the weekly edition of the Commercial Uazette) can not be surpassed by any other newspaer in America. It is all that tbe heading or this notice would indicate a modern newspaper. With all its attractions it can be had for one dollar a year. DAYTON, TENN., LAND SALE. THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. Half Rates Via the Bit; Fonr Route. On account of Land Sale at Dayton, Tenn.. the Bio Four Kocte will sell tick- its on Dec. 3-d, 4th, and 5th, good fifteen days ri'iurning, at one fare for the round trip. Here Is the opportunity of a life time for the capitalist. Investor, and homefeeker. Coal, Iron ore, and timber In inexhaustible (luantities. Get In on the "ground floor" and vou will soon reap tho fruit of your enterprise. Uon't delay, liut secure your tickets over the Bio Four Koittb and keep rigni up wnu me crown. For full inlorinition rail on nearest ticket agentoraddrers 1. U. Martin, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. Notice. On Thursday, Nov. 27th, tho poelolflce will be open fnnu 7 to 10 a. m. and from 4:30 to 7:30 p. m. .Mails will be dispatched as usuil, and all matter depos'ted in li tter box will go by first mail. E. E. HvsTF.n, P. M. MARRIED. DYKB DAKLINQ. At tbe residence ol A- II, McComb. on Hamilton street, Sunday. Xov. O. 1810. by Rev. J do. Arnold. Hugh Dyer and Miss Nannie Darling, both of Wellington. DIED. BONNEV.-Bundsv morning, Nov. W, 1W0, ot consumption, C. L. Bonney. aged 67 years. Funeral Tuesday forenoon: Remains Interred In the Esst Brighton cemetery, Call for roar Mall . Adams, Levi, Olln.C.J. ' E. E. Hostsd, P. M. That Little Tiokling In your throat, which makes yon cough once in a while and keeps you constantly clearing your throat, arises from catarrh, and as catarrh is a constitutional disease the ordinary cough medicines all fall to hit tbe snot. What you need is a consti tutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Msnv Deonle who have taken this medi cine ror scrofula, dyspepsia, lossol ap-1 Detlte. and other trouble, bave neen sur prised Ibat it should cure this troublesome oough. But to know Ibeactuul cause ol the cough is to solve the mystery. Many cases ol consumption can be traced back to the neghict of some such slight affection aa this. ConsumDtion can be controlled In its early stag's, and the effect of Hood's I Sarsaparilla In purifying tbe blood, build ing up the general heelth, and expelling the scrofulous taint which is the cause ol catarrtt and consumption, baa restored to perfect health many persons on whom this dreaded disesse seemed to bave a firm hold. Lecture Course. Prof. G. F. Wright, D. D., L.L.D.of Oberlin will deliver course of lectures at tbe Townllall on Monday evenings, Deo. 1st, 8th, and 15th; subject, "The Ice Age of North America, with special refer ence to its Influence on the Interests of Northern Ohio." These lectures will be illustrated by wall maps and stereoptlcan views. BUSINESS LOCALS. . Lamp, Limps. Lamps, Lamps. iiACNSOK, WIKDBCUB W. Cork Sole Shoes at Berage's. LAND FUK SALE. Two hundred acres of Rood I arm lane, well timbered, county, Michlean, near railroad station and mills. For lurther particulars enquire of W. H. H. Sctliff. lOtf) Wellington, O. Standing Lamrja. elegant patterns. LAUNDON, WINDBCKEB ot CO. EOR SALE Farm and village prop erty, inquire or J. 1. Haskell, AU'y-at- lw, Wellington, umo. Men's Cork Sole Clf. Bait, at Serage'e. Stray Colt A two year old light bay gelding colt atrayed into my pasture tbe 1st of Hovem. tier, uwner can nave it oy proving prop erty and paying cnarges. a. jr. Bnemeia, ruisneiu, u, v1) JllSt TP.C.MVP.d R COT Ql HeUllOCk blllDgleS . xTT 1 Al D ai JU. VY adSWOrUl M Son's. Tbe place to buy your Lam pa Is st LAUKDON, WINDBCKEB K CO S. Yes, it is a fact tiiat N. O. Stone & CO. ARE SELLING SHOES AT A LESS PER CENTAGE THAN ANY FIRM IN THE CITT. The reason is clear and reasonable enough. We do as much business as all the shoe stores on Superior and Euclid combined. we, t nereiore, can well afford to sell cheap. $4.50 and $5.00 Uand-sewed, button snoes now $3 90. Ladies' cloth top, Hand-sewed, now $2.99. $4 Ladies' Hand welt Fr. Don gola Button, now $2.99. Our stock of all stvles of Lamna never was more complete than to-iay. LAUNDON, WINDECKER & CO. We have them. Ladies' Cloth Top Button Shoe, flexible sole, B, C and D widtht, at Serage't. Buy your tinware at Benedicts Hard- j Ware and Save lHOHey. " For nice things In Crockery and Lamps, go to Laundon, Windecker & Co. Tbe Hoi lenden. Cleveland: Rooms with meals, $3 to $3; without meals, $1 to $3. TV a nl.nn in ma, f.nM f.uh Mi.llil cofTee.choice evaporated and canned fruits, canned vegetables, sage cheese, and the finest candy In town, is at 4B) JJOWLDY B UALL'S. OYSTERS. If yon come to town or live here and want a good dish of oysters or anything else In the market, come to the Oyster Ocean, next door east of F note's llyery stable. Everything fresh, neat and clean. $2.87 Genu' naiid-welt, stylish, Calf Shoes; $2.08 Gents' Call Cork Sole. Trade with Ji. O. Stone t Co., and save money, 48 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Axes, X-cut Saws, Files, Nails and Glass are cheap at Bene dict s Hardware. The Hollenden. at Cleveland, Is the most magnificent hotel In America. NOTICE. If you want a fine flnlsn and nice clean laundry work done, send by F. D. Gibson, agent for the Troy steam laundry, of Elyria, Ohio. Office at Postu Telegraph Cable Co. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Goods sent every Thursday morning at 8:10. Returned and n-adv lor delivery Huturdav evening, Your patronage respectfully solicited. Call ana be convinced, lours reBpectiutiy, F. I). Gibson, Agent $2 00 burs a pair of Ladies' $4.50 Hand sewed, it. uongota Button, tntiporputn Upera or Common heose. UtsllnlsweeK Come or send for your size. They are going with a rush. It is the best value ever offered. N. O. Stone & Co., 48 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. POCKET KNIVES AND TABLE CUTLERY AT WILBUR & COL L1NS'. Stop at the Hollenden, in Clevelund. FARM FOR SALE. A choice farm containing 75 acres, situated inilrts east ol center or Pen field. Good house, barn and outbuildings, all lu excellent repair 50 acres river bottom ; neighborhood un excelled; title perfect Enquire of Lyman Hcoviue, on township line road between Pentleld and Wellington, or L. otillman, Penfleld. (3t'tf Ladies. Don't Delay. The 1.000 Pairs or Hand-sewed, Button Snow. N.O. Stone A Co., reduced from $4. SO and $5.00, are going very fast. Select your size ot once. They are biggest bur gains we ever offered. N. O. 8toue St Co.. 48 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. S Holiday Gifts! i Buy early, while the at Come and see the Elegant Line of New Books, suita ble for the season, at J. TV. HOUGHTON'S. The children never were the new Illustrated bosks for A psir of carefully fitted glasses for failing or defect ive sight makes everything look clearer, and these can always be found at J. W. HOUGHTON'S. Get yonr photograph, , For Fine Stationery, to.,goto A large stock of Clocks, and fine lirrrjs of Jewelry just received at S. V. CarpM ter't. Call early In order to get the beet. Ladles' Cloth Top Shoes are very gen. teel and dressy. Bee them at Borage's. N O. Stoned; Co. will save you money on any kind of shoe you may want This strictly cash business method is bound ft save everybody money. N. O. Stone m Co., 48 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Something Nobby, are those Cloth Top Button, at Hersge's. AUCTIONEER Having had seven years experience as a practical auctioneer, I am now prepared to auctioneer talea of all kinds. Orders can be left at the Wel lington Enterprise office. Address, . W. H. Firestone, 2 Spencer, Medina Co., Otrta. I ILatest styles, perfect fitting are thoae Cloth Top Shoes, at Serage't, Tboy are going with a rush. The f2iD Ladles' Shoes, cut from $4.50. Send as card, and we will lay a pair aside nnul you can come and get them. They ate cheap at I4.W). n. U. otone & Co., Cleve land, Ohio. Something new. elegant and sti lish. Those Cloth Top Shoes, at Sei age's. New buckwheat flour, Long's breakfast nonr, ana tne 1esnest or iresn oysters at v) , jjowlby a ualib. GenU' Cork Sole Shoes. $2.09. N.t. Stone & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. STRAYED From my place on BmtHi road, Saturday night, Oct 23, one boy gelding 8 years old. Anyone giving in formation ot same will be liberally rB- warded by notifying L. A. BevercooL Litchfield, O. (47 $3.87 buys a Genu Hand-welt Shoe, all styles. N.O. Stone & Co.. 48 Euclid ave nue, Cleveland, Ohio, Notice. J. M. Crabtree will pay the hijrhea' market prices for live and dressed bogt veal calyes, dry and green bidet and pelt Ladies' Hand Welt Button, In all style? toet ana heels, reduced from $4.50 to $2JK this week. Come early, at they are goiqg with a rush. It is the biggest bargain ever offered. Sizes 37. Widths A to E. N. O. Stone & Co., 48 Euclid avenue. NOTICE. Having purchased the Walt Sutliff Hack Line, I will continue Jo transfer psssengeis, call for uassengera and baggage around town, convey pleas ure parties to points desired and attesv funerals. 15c. to any part ol the city. Or ders left at American House. SStf) a J. Winch el. A $4 Hand-Made at. Bal., only $3 at S EH AGE'S. A CARD. I hsve opened dental mo ft over Bowlhy & Hall's, where I will tM pleased to see parties wisning pih8T-clas dental work ot any kind done. I feel coav fldent that 1 can please you. E. . 110LLOWAY, L. U. O. AUCTIONEER Sales auctioneered a( reasonable rates In town or cuntr Dates can be arranged for at The Entba- pribe office, Wellington. HENRY WHITE, 41tfJ Spencer, Medina Co., O. FARM FOR SALE. Eighty acres ef good laud.lU mile cast cl the center X Sullivan, 0.,the property of A. L. Dudley, deceased. Terms will be made satlslarte- ry, and long time paymenta. For partic ulars enquire of M. A. or E. E. Dwlhy, on premises. 40J M. A. Dudley, Aduir. Gents, go to N. O. Stone & Co., Clem- land, O., and buy a pair of those $0.1)3 Cork Sole Shoea. We will save you $1 B pair on this line. N. O. Stone & Vo Cleveland, O., 48 Euclid avenue. , Ha Yelled Kmp' Balsam. I yell "Tik Kemp's Bulnm, tbe best era cure." I 1wts do wn en I seat a nan cougn, i,a I un l Help II. it uvea me na ii win cure jn I wu (hmiened with Dnennioula lt wlntor n It hn,b It no. It hettii the, children out Wbi tbelr throiU are sore, care lbfircouKU,u Uolee k ifimd. The ami dor neipa yuu. p arrltei A. K Arnold, engineer on the Weet 8hiJb Kjr., at Canijonane, t. 1. Do Too Coaghr Don't delay. Tnke Kemp's Balaam, the next cough core. It will cure yoar couxha and enlda. It will cure tore tnroai or a ucaiing in we vunw It will cure palua In the chrnt. It will cure lufla eu and brouchltlaand all dlwmwa pertaining 0 the Innua becaUM It ! a pure baleam. Hold it ' the light and aea how ck-er and thick It la. Yto will tee tbe eicellent effect alter taking the Una) dura. Law bottlea 50c. and l. WHEN IS CLEVELAND FOR UP CALL OS C. H. FULLER & CO 108 Euclid Arcana. They are large manufacturers of Seal Skin Garments Fur Capes, Of all kinds, and every description of Pa Uooda. (!) STOCK HRflK. PRICKS MODERATK. 9 assortment Is most complete, J. W. HOUGHTON'S. . s better provided for than in Xmss, 1800, at J. W. HOUGHTON'S. and then come for a frame to J. W. HOUGHTON. 5 Desks, Ink Wells, Paper Knives, J. W. HOUGHTON'S. i 1 . KJ