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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1898.
Do You Want Something to Eat Of course you do ai d you want it fresh and pure, the best the market affords, .and at a reasonable price. T. Fi RODHOUSE has just that kind of goods, and yin furnish you with what will be sure to please.' so that If you give him a trial once, you will he sure to come again. Frseh Ovsters in bulk. Sal mon. Clams, Sardines and a good assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Bak ing Powder, purest of the pure, Christmas Fruits, ui Ives and Pickles. A cboise selection of Teas. Japan, Englisb BreaKtast Gun Powder, Young Hyson, Oolong, English Blends, India, Ceylon. Coffee cant be beat, either quality or price. Crackers, Candies, etc. Pan Cako Flour, Buckwheat, Aunt Jemima, Cheese, Bacon,' Hams, Salt Pork, Lard, Butter; Eggs, Vegtables, etc. THE RODHOUSE Grocery Provision Store East side North Main Street. WANTED. , 500 Cords Hard Maple Bolts, 8 inches and up in di ameter, 37 inches long at $4 per cord, delivered. For full specifications caH at the office of . . . The Wellington Saw Mill Co. PUBLIC SALE Of RmI Km late and Personal Property. 1 will offer at public sale on the premises, on Saturday the 5th day of February, 1898, my farm, known as the Henry Sprague farm, situated W miles south of the Village of Wellington and con-isting of 155 acres on the west side of the highway with good buildings and acres on the east side of the highway, also at same time and place. 5 Work horses, 3 Farm Wagons, 2 Sets Heavy Double Harness, 1 Set Light Double harness, 1 Champion Binder, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Grain Drill, 1 Hay Ilake, 1 Hay Tedder, 1 Set Bob Sleds, IDisk Harrow and other farming tools too numerous to mention. Perms of sale of real estate, M- cash balance in five equal annual payments deferred payments to be with interest from date of sale at 6 , payable an nually and secured by mortgage on the premises sold. Terms of sale of personal property all sums $5.00 or under; cash. All Bums over $5.00, 8 months time with interest and approved security. . Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m Hbnry R. Sfbagub. 3t3 It is easy to catch a cold and just as easy to get rid of it if you commence early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take, safe to use and sure to cure. J. W. Hough' ton. The Standard Grand "jy Is the Only Perfect Drop Head Machine on the Market. Handsome Woodwork, i Artistic Proportions, Perfect Mechanism All that Is required is to throw bach the leaf of the table, and the work of raising the head is automatically done, The Standard was invented Dy wr, W. A. Mack, the inventor of the Do mestic, which is a good guarantee that tha Standard Rotarv Shuttle is the most nerfect machine in the world Runs 25 fHster, easier and quieter than anv other machine. Samples of these machines can be seen at E. Wells & Soirs harness shop, and at my residence, corner of East Main Street and Courtland Avenue. Eepairing neutly and promply done. Needles, Oil and Supplies carried in stock. S. P. HASTINGS, Agt. Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, Pa., says; My child is worm millions to me ; yet I would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure.' It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. J. W Houghton.; HERE IS A CHANCE To get your money back if you want it We make the assertion and can prove the truth of it, "Chappelear's Bronchini The Great Cough Cure" is the only cough remedy ever known that will always give relief instantly Bronchini never fails, it will cure cold, it will prevent and cure croup, always relieves irritation in the throat, it is the. best family medicine for any throat or lung disease evjr known and if it don't do just what wa claim for it you can get your money refunded. Sold at 25 and 50 cents, For sale by E, W. Adam. Are You Married? If so, you will need a ' Red Cross Range, Dishes, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, A QUARTER OF A CENTURY Is sufficient time to prove to an intelll gent mind whether or not an article haa merit. Chappelear's Bronchini The Great Cough Cure has been sold on a guarantee more than a quarter of a century without ever having bottle returned. Is not this sufficient proof of its merit. It haa saved the lives of many children as well older people. Children will never have croup if P onchini is given on retiring and wi. the croupy cough first appears, as hroat and lung remedy its equal ever round, uuaranteea is time. Price 25 and 50 cents, oi nle by E. W. Adams. mmJimm ilf VV.L. DOUGLAS 3 SHOE the World. For' 14 years this ihoe, by merit done, has dlitsnced all competitor.. . L. Douglas fta.SO. 84. OO and S&.OO bona are the productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible at these prices. Also ws.sv ana vs.ww snoes ror men, s.iv, .uv auu B)l.1o tor ooys ana jmuia. W. L. Douglas shoes are Indorsed by over 1,(1 O.UUJ wearer as the best In style, St and durability ot any shoe ever offered at the prices. They are made In all the latest, shapes and styles, and of every vari ety of leather. If dealer cannot flim.T you. write for eataV JgguetoW.I. Souglas. Urooktoo, Haas. Sold by E. E. COODRICH. 4 Red Astrachan Reefers, sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, worth $4.50 HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common glaaa with urine and let It stand twenty-iour hours; a sedimen or settling indicates diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passag es. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that un pleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraor dinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for Us wonderful cures of the most distress' Ing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by drug. gists price fifty cents and one dollar, For a sample bottle and pamphlet, l)oth sent free by moih mention The Enterprise and send your full post- office address to Dr. Kilmer A Co, Rincrhamton. N. Y. The proprieters of this paper guarantee the genuine ness of this offer. E. E. GOODRICH will close the following lots of Children's Overcoats: Blue Chinchilla Reefers, sizes 3 and 4, worth $2.50, now $1 50 now 11 Fine Satinet Coats, with Cape, sizes - 3, 6, 7, 9, worth $3.00, now - 2 00 1 5 MILLIONS OF HEI AND WQMEK. Hive kidney and bladder troubles. Often it is a tired muscle ache, some times its seriousness is not appreciated. Take warning, for results may mean - years of guttering, or death. Utan Kidney Beam will remove the tired out feeling, cramps and pains so com mon to women. They relieve conges tion and soothe the irritated parts, give a healthy action to the bladder, and tones up the urinary organs. Utah Kidney Beans, Discovered and Perfect ed by The Turners of Philadelphia. TARZINA The 111 , ointment for skin troubles. Curttt files. IURNEK8 LITTLE LIVER TURNERS A very small pill. Turns your liver. E. W. ADAMS, Druggist. 7 Satinet Coats, sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, worth $1.00, now 50 4 Chinchilla Ulsters, sizes 5, 6, 8, 13, worth $5.00, now' 3 5 00 1 Black Satinet Ulster, size n, worth $4.00, now... 1 Gray Melton Overcoat, size 14, worth $5.00 now.. 3 00 1 Brown Cassimere Ulster, size 6, worth $5.00, now 1 50 1 Brown Plaid Cassimere Cape Coat, size 7, worth $6.00, now 3 00 1 Brown Plaid Cassimere Cape Coat, size 12, worth . $c.oo, now 1 5 1 Blue Chinchilla Overcoat, size 8, worth $3.00, now 1 50 i-,. ,,r . 1 T it. d . 4 rine worsted uvercoais, size iz, 13, worm .w, now 2 50 These, with many others are special attractions at the Goodrich Clothing House. . E. E. GOODRICH. RESOLUTIONS. Declaring Thr Necessity or issniMn Bonds for Electric Lights and Water works fob the Village or Wellington, Ohio. He it resolved by the'council of tlrt incorpora ted village of Wellington, Ohio, two-thirds of all the members concuring therein, that it is necessary to issue and sell bonds of said vil lage iu the sum of $.40,000 for the nurnoan of constructing a aystem of Electric Lights and waterworks, to oe operated and owned by the said village of Wellington, Ohio, and that the question of the issuing and sale of said bonds De suDmutea to tne qualified electors of said village at a special election to be held in said village on tne autn dav of January A. D.. mon. at the regular voting place or places in said vuiage oeiween me nours oro aoa.m.andft :80p.m. (central standard time) of said day, and that the Mayor of said village is hereby authorized and directed to issue a proclamation culling for such Bpecial election, and the Mavor be directed to give notice of the submission of sucn question lor nitoen (15) days in one or more news-papers printed and of general circulation in said village of Wellington Oh lo once a week for two ( 2) consecutive weeks, stating the amount of bonds to be issued andtbe time ana place lor boldlng the election; and the clerk be directed to certify a true and certified copy of this resolution to the State supervisors of elections of Lorain county, Ohio, to the end that ballots shall be prepared ml necessary arrangements made for tha submission of such question to the qualified euiurs ui earn village. Those votluir in favor of the nrnnnaltlnn shall have written or printed on their ballots me woras -ior tne issue oi bonds," and thoss who vote against the same shall have written or printed on their ballots the words. 'against bllU U8UV ui uunas. This resolution shall take effect and he t n force from and after its adoption and legal publication. Aaoptea January, loth, 1898. George L, Couch, Mayor. A. Chapman, Clerk. Yes, 'tis true: Foley s Honey and Tar is the best cough medicine, You can save money by examing our stock. W. E. PEIRCE. E. L. BENEDICT Successor to C. E. Sutlikk. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Chestnut Hard Coal, Stove Egg " " Grate ' " Massillon Lump Soft Coal, Nut " " Jackson Lump ' " Cannel " " " Smithing Coal, Coke, Stove Wood, Chunk " Round " What It Means. When wa advertise that we will guarantee Dr. King's New Discovery Electric Bitters, Bucklen's Arnica Salve, or Dr. King's New Lilfe Pills, it means that we are authorized by the proprietors to sell thpso remedies on positive guarantee, that if purchaser not satisfied with results, we will re fund the purchase price. These ined icines have been sold on this guaran tee for many years and there could be no more conclusive evidence of their great merit. Ask about them and give them a trial. Sold at W. F. Near & Co's. drug Btore. Glad Tidings. The snefic for dvsnensia. liver com plaint, rheumatism, costiveness, gen eral debility, etc., is Bacon's Celery King for the nerves. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organ. regulates the liver and restores the system to vigorous health and energies. .am pies free. Lare packages 50c. and 25c. Sold only by E. W. Adams, Wel lington ; and Firestone & Sweet, Spencer. For Constipation take Karl's Cloer Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier. Cures Headache, Nervousness, Erup tions on the face, and makes tha head clear aa a bell. Sold by E. W. Adams. c Leave orders at once for any of the abova and receive prompt attentions and courteous treatment. Draying and moving attended to with dispatch by experienced and care ful men. Phone 48 Office West Malu Street Following. a splendid December trade, we mean to keep things hustling right along and make the next two months busy ones cleaning up. Begining this week, we will offer good goods from every department at prices which must convert them into cash at once. 1 Lot Boy's club skates, now 25c. 1 Lot Ladies club skates, now 70c Onlv a few more of those flanneleti wrappers extra values at 05c. Calico wrappers weli made, extra wide. 75e. Do not fail to get our p ices. Visitors always welcome. The Wellington Novelty Store. WELLINGTON MARKETS. Corrected every Wednesday morning. Faying. Hay per ton 5 00 8 0 Cfover seed per bu 3 00 4 80 Corn in ear 14 " 80 Corn shelled, 56 His Oats perbu Rye per bu New Wheat perbu Butter, dairy, per lb Butter, creamery, lb Eggs per doz Honey " lb Lard " lt Potatoes per bu Selling. Flour per stick of liltbs Corn Heal per cwt Chop " " Middlings " " Bran " " Oil Meal " " CHEESE MAHKET. Billing Prices Monday's Sales. Ohio State Flats He " Family Sc Creamery Butter...... 'JO c 22 45 lA 15 20 IS 12 5!$-0 611 1 85 85 85 1 3.1 CLUBBING RATES. We offer the following papers in con nection with the Enterprise at the prices opposite each periodical : Detroit Free Press, twice a week $1 75 Ohio State Journal " " . 1 90 New York Tribune, weekly 1,25 Cleveland Leader, " 1 75 Ohio Farmer, " 1 75 Chicago Inter Ocean, " 1 35 Cleveland Plain Dealer" ....... 1 75 Cleveland World, daily 2 00 McCluro's, monthly 1 CO Munsey'g, " 1 80 Ladie's Home Journal 1 75 1 25 1 25 2 50 2 25 2 10 2 40 2 50 2 00 PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION Mayor's Office, Village of Wellington, Ohio. In pursuance of a resolution passed by tha onncil Jan. 10th. Vm. the Qualified nlnntoni nf the Villageof Wellington, Ohio, will take notice mat a special election will be held at the usual voting place In said Village, on Satur day the twenty-ninth day of January, 1898 be tween the hours of 5:30 o'clock a. m and 6:80 o'clock p. mM central standard time, for the purpose oi voting upon the question of Issu ing the bonds of said village In an amount not to exceed thirty-thousand dollars (WKK)) w cuusiract acomDinea Aiectnc Light ana Waterworks system to be ownud and nr.eritt.ftd by said village, and to furnish the inhabitant tnereoi with light and water. Those Toling in favor of the proposition, shall have written or primed on their ballots the words "For the Issue of bonds," and those voting against the proposition shall have written, or printed on their ballots, "Against the issue of bonds." G. h. Couch, Mayor. NOTICE OF SALE. THE undersigned, trustee, in truBtforthe benefit of the creditors of Laundon, Win- decker at (Jo, will sell at public auction at the Towa Hall, at Welllugton.Ohlo, on the 81th day of January, 1898, the following claims belong ing to said estate. Claims against W. B. Kollansbee . . A. ; . . .$3f7.85 James Sheldon ......", 8(i97 Chas.Klng 10000. T. R. Kawson A Co m 76 F. Muckelberry ifiox) : I. Everson 17tUX Hemenway Brick & Tile Co 5O0.0O L.Meacham 150.00 W. B. Follansbee l.541 8. K. Laundon & W. B. Follansbee. . . .130M1 and a large number of other claims. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m, - .,. . T. D. PHKLON, Trustee. Wellington, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1898. Ladie's Home Ideal, monthly . . . Corn Bell, monthly Ohio Farmer and Clev. World . . . Cin. Inquirer. . Cin. Gazette. . . Plain Dealer... N. Y. World . : . N. Y. Tribune . Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, 0.. says: After two doctors gave up my boy to die, I saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." It is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. J. W. Houghton. Buffalo, N. Y. Gents: From my personal knowledge, gained In observ ing the effect of your Sa lion's cure in cases of advanced consumption. I am prepared to say it is the most remark able Remedy that naa ever Deen bro ijht to my attention. It haa cer tainly saved many from Consumption Sold by E. W. Adams. a HARRY L. KING OTTERBACHER BLOCK. CALIFORNIA FRUIT. Fancy Stock Big Values. Prunes, 4 lbs 25c. Seedless Raisins 3 lbs 25c. Apricots 2 lbs 25c. PenelieK. Crawford 12c. Pencil-, Muir ,i. 13c. Seeded liaiiiim, Looxe Muscatels, English Currants, ': A complete line of Maple and Fancy Groceries. dish prices cheap as any. T. S. TUCKER. For Sale. House and lot on Pleasant street with good barn, three cisterns, young fruit trees. A very desirable properly. For tei-ms of sale call on Mrs. Leet at ihe residence, or upon J. T. Haskell. 51-6t. RELIEF IN SIX HOURS. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis eases relieved in six hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness In relieving pain in the bladder, .kidneys, back and every part of the urinary passages in male or female. It relieves, retention of water and pain in passing it almost Immediately. If you want quick re lief and cure this Is your remedy. Soli by E. W. Adams, druggist, Well ington, Ohio. J. A. Perkins' of Antiquity, O., was for thirty years needlessly tortured by physicians for the cure of eczema. He was quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the famous heal inc salve for piles and skin diseases. J. W. Houghton. Itch on human, mange on horses, doffs and all stock, cured In 30 min' utes by Woolfords Sanitary Lotion. This never falls. Sold by E. W .dani 'lruggist, Wellington. Ohio. Two Well Known Stutesineut talked for monlhs from a front porch and the rear end of a car. Pefliapsihe use of Foley's Honey and Tar will ex plain why they could do this without injury to their vocal organs. It is largely used by speakers and singers. W. H. Tissot & Co., drugi'ists, Another Good Mun Gmitt Wrong. He failed to use Foley's Kiduej Curt' for his kidney complaint. It II ,n l li It l It 14. it I. II IC . . - , 1 A .1- inner you nave iuuKt-u ui, uie y contents of our front window, dui come in 9 J ' . . il .! I v aim see it stureiui ui uniia C suitable for Xmas presents. 1 1 Solid Silver Spoons i were never bo cheap as now. c CIOCKS 1 f All new patterns. .. S How about a Kodak? have all kinds. 1 j $3.oo35.oo. l Wight & Sons j was and i Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk. Va., frightfully burned on the face neck. Pain was instantly relieved by DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve, which li.ni d the injury without leaving a xcur. It is the famous pile remedy. J. W. Houohton. 1 PUIILIC SALE OF REAL E8TATE. IN pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Loral u county, O., I will offer for H.tlp At mil. Mr. mwilnn m, U'adtiuo... .1... ,...u , . J. , ; U v" uuiivBunj,niijiii day of February, A.D., 18U8, between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock a. m. on the premises, the fol lowing described real estate, Bltuate In the county of Loriiiu, and described as follows, to wit: First Parcel. Situate In nrlirhml lni v , (one) In Wellington township, Lorain countv, state of Ohio, mid described as follows: coin nieiicliiB at a Btone monument In the south east corner of said lot and township, and run- uiuk uii;ui;b i uu tne souin line or said lot ' No. 1, fifteen t; chains to the lands of one Hradley, thence north parallel with the east line of said lot twenty-eight (2X) chains and alxty-alx and two-thirds (tam..) links; thence east parallel with the south line, fifteen (1ft) chains to the east Hue of said lot, thence south in said east line twenty-eight chains and sixty-three and two-thirds (KM.,) links to the . place of beginning, containing forty. three (i:i) acres of land more or less, also Second Parcel, being a part of original lot No. one (1) situated in the township of Wel lington, county of Lorain and state of Ohio. and described as follows, to wit: commencing at a point iu the east line of said lot distant thirty-eight (S8 chains and fifty-four (54) links north from a stone monument at the south east corner of said lot and township, running thence west parallel with the south Hue of said lot fifteen (15) chains to the land of one Hradley, thence north parallel with th east line of said lot eighteen (18) chain to the north line of said lot, thenco east In the north line of said lot fifteen (15) chillis to the north east corner ot said lot, thence south In the east line to the place of beginning, containing tweuty seven (17) acres of land more or less, also. Third Parcel, situate in the towbshln of Huntington, countv of Lnmtii ..H f Ohio, and known as part of brlginal lot No one (1) iu tract No. seventeen (17), bounded on the north and east by lot lines, aud ou the south and west by lands belonging tn Uietm- imeuiv. n. nun-, uuceasea, ana containing thirty (:) acres oi laud more or less, , Said above described parcels of laud are ap praised as follows: rarcci no. i, at $11(11.00 Parcel No. , at Parcel No. &, at t , 810.00 Terms of sale, cash in hand, or muutkit cah In hand, one-third In one year, and one- vin.u in vnujeurn irom aay or sale, with lu terest, the payments to be secured by mo-rt-gages upon tha premises sold. Hald real .. invo cauuui u sum ior less i lion two-thirds' of the appraisal. I HASKELL, Assignee, January H, 189a Estate of Marcus ft Howk LEGAL NOTICE. ETTA Clark, wife of George Clark, aud Tracy Clark and Treva Clark, helm nf George Clark and Etta Clark, who reside at .ui.iuiKb..u, luBuuiii cuumv, Micnigan, will takeuoilcethatj. T. Haskell, ainiiilstrator with the will annexed of the ewtntt. of Sheldon Clark, deceased ontheHOth dav of December i A. D. 1807, filed his petition in the Probata Court within and for the county of Lorain and "Vl,e Pi ,h'0, tH, 'he personul estate ui ram iie.-e.imn is lusiinicient to pav Ills debts and the charge of administering his estate. That he died seized iu fee simple of the following described real estate situated In the township of Brighton, countv of Lorsln and state of Ohio, and known as being a nart of the Connecticut Western Reserve, in lot No. 7, in tract No. 7, hounded and described as follows: On the north by lands of H, Herbert and hy lands of . Squires; On the east iiv lands of li.Hiilrus.by M. Peet, bv Andy Gill and by lands formerly owned by j", P, Wlilimle On the south by the center of the highway and pn the west by lands owned by the estate' of Theodore Clark, deceased and contahilmi about "5, 118-100 acres of land, i ne prayer oi sam petition Is for a sale of a premises ior ine payment ot the debts d charges aforesaid. said an The uersons first above miitl,u,i ...in ....... notice that they have been made parties de fendant to said petltlou aud that they are re quired to answer the same on or before the lath.davof March.A. n. ixux tlie T. Haskkw, Administrator as nforcsutd.