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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, 1898.
Mi ' F: . ; ft i ! t f ! - r. I. .i r . f ''i i. 'i I -Mi stnus hubs imiiroi. Investigation shows that men who uci-eed me men of brains stronn nerves great will-power. Ordinary food cannot supply the vitnl forces which people with active bruins una lHKli.' require. BicoU Pills f.-fd the renes make the mind bright, mus ele rnnn ninke flesh blood and tfive erfect health to Men and Women. Tub Ttkskrh ok Piiiladku-hia n a Bioola Pills. .1 ; lUicvrv. Chief Herk V'atln'oil !l..el WhlmMoii. I. C testifies that he aU run ,l,.wn-was a shadow N '"""JT L lilcoln I'il's (jiive him wonderful relief - e ialhe.l ver twenty p-uinls alter using them. Wellington Aiseut. K, W. Auams. Druggist, Turnrn' Millf LI"" Turners A very mall pill. Turns yourllver. Cure blck llead m he-l!tliousness-lndlgestlon. I IT IS .NO JOKE 1 DECLARED CARRIED. WAS THE VOTE FOR THE NEW BRIDGE AT LORAIN. Even With the Hlank Votes Counted AgaliiHt.-The Orphan's Home Did Not Receive a Majority of Klectors.-The Vote Is filveu Helow. The county board canvassed the vote for the bridge ami declared it carried. The legal question concerning the blank bullous cast is removed, because there were enough vot:.s for the bridge to give majority with Vhe blank votes counted against it. The Children.' Home has received a majority of the votes cast for and against, bat under a peculiarity of the law, it must receive the vote of a majority of electors to carry. This it has not re ceived and the project is lost for the present. The vote on the bridge in detail fol lows: For Avon 119 Sheffield 17 Black River ;W Urjtwnluilm 7u Amherst corporation ISO Amherst townsnip rrpo cover your nakedness is one thing; to be properly dressed I quite another, and thinking perhaps you will buy a suit ot clothes this spring, prompts us to inform you about something in IE this connection of which you may not be aware. This is an age of progression, and those who were most popular ten years ago are not in it now. Adler Bros., manufacturers of clothing, once stood at the top of their profession, but to-day there exists another firm which throws all others completely in the shade, CROUSE & BRANDEGEE, tailors for the trade, and located at Utica, N. Y., have appeared in the manufacturing world, and by their keen and quick perception, raiv skill, indomitable courage, superior judgement and thorough knowledge ot tneir business, nave suc ceeded in producing a Klvria township 1st Ward 2nd " " Hid " 4th " Kidgeville Columbia Eaton Carlisle Henrietta Camden Fittsfleld LaG range Grafton corp. Giafton tp. Brighton Wellington tp Wellington corp. Penfleld Rochester Hantiugt'm loraiu, 1st Ward " 2nd " " 3rd " " 4th " " 5th " a . .. "D RuHsia, lt 2nd " 3rd 155 Hi) 131 216 272 236 102 5 30 107 27 16 20 82 60 20 6 88 18 11 1 16 187 405 236 308 173 1.I2 121 115 47 38U 1 Against 179 36 20 155 111 163 82 76 103 121 150 183 141 78 125 117 154 HI 171 40 120 107 150 60 13 131 .W 10 67 22 86 11 43 60 71 85 3525 High-class Ready-to-wear Clothing never before attained by any other manufacturers. This alone is a wonderful achievement, and has proved a surprise to the old heads, for the tailor-made suits gotten up by Crous & Brandegee are cut ami put together equal to that of the most progressive custom tailors, while in beauty of finish it far ur nasses it. and this is not all, for while clothing of such an ex ceedingly high character has been produced, the prices, by dint of hard labor, study and close personal application, have been kept down and the cost is no higher than that of the more common grades made and sold by others. $ E. E. GOODRICH Wellington clothier, has just received -3up Make 366 nmioritv. ' This gives a majority of 366 votes There were 335 blanks cast. I 4 ' A tomid liver robs you of ambition and mins your health. DeWitt's Little Ear Iv Risers cleanse the liver, cure constipa tion and all stomach and liver troubles J. AY. Houghton. Public Sale. Wi-ecarver Bros, will sell at public Bale in Wellington, at 1 o'clock Saturday, April 16, 1 car-load of horses, which will be the be-t lot we have ever sold here. They will weigh from 1,000 to 1,500 lhs. Anyone wishing to buy a horse will sure ly find FOinething in this load to suit them. There will be some good mares, hood feeders, good matched teams, some epjrrnliil drivers, and some good geldings. The terms will be made known on the day of ile. I).u't forget the date, April 16, at Wellington. Wisecarver Bros., Fairfield, Iowa. enor Clothin And is anxious to show it to you. The suits range from. of Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs and all stock, cured In 30 min utes by Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. This never falls. Sold by E. W darus druggist, Wellington, Ohio. - From Hie (ireiit I.nke to Colorado. 1,069 miles in less than 33 hours in an rtectric-lightel sleeping c ir, from Chi eofco to Denver, over the Omaha Short line of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., and the Rock Wand route, via. Lincoln. Neb. Time annihilates space, and it is "mighty easy ridi n' " on the cars Ticket ffice. Si5 Adams Street, and at the tnion Mseneer station, Canal and Adams treets. Chicago. Train sturta every might at 10 o'clock. Don't get left. 2-15 Want a Watch? That will keep time for you as long as you will need one. Try our SPECIAL with our special guarantee, that we are selling now for $10.50 0 We have also a few of those Elgin, Waltham and Hampden Watches for $5.00. Examine them at WIGHT & SONS. $8.00 to $10.00, $12.00 $15.00 and $18.00. Popular prices inde-d, while for $10.00 we have the finest Top Overcoat in town. We have spoken at length of our Clothing because we know the people who make it and that its merit is unbounded. We want to liov it to yuu because we know you will agree with us in pronouncing it th highest type of tailor-made clothing in existence. So please call at your enili' st cuiiv. nience, n,1 W nmoTPssive merchant show vou proL'ressive clothing, niaih- by progress- IVIIVt A -i J Km - - - 1 A v.-y ive people, for a progressive public. The Wilbur Collars and Cuffs Which we handle enjoy a world-wide reputation, be ing manufactured and hold largely in the United States; also exported to Europe where they are prized highly their superior quality, elegance and fit. Oiii; line ot Spring and Summer Shirts Is unapproachable. While our white and unltun tlried shirts at 50 cents need no comment, being simply the best in the world for the money. Our celebrated Buckskin and Leather Stockings for boys are unequalled f..r hard weai; while on men's Stout Host at three pairs for 2 ft cents have been worn by every man within ten miles of us, and all know them. Our men's Fine and Fancy Hose at 10, 15 and 25 cent- are the prettiest we have yet seen. Our ladie's Hose at 10, 13, 19 and 25 cents are all fine, smooth and good wearing. Our spring and summer Underwear comprises eighteen different styles, and range in price from 25 cents to $1.00 Our line of Hats and Caps is up to date. The light brown Fedora with brown band and underbr.m, feing one of the. leaders The stock of Boots and Shoes "is complete.- Mr. Wm. Coffey, who has a bench u, our More will attend to the repairs. The fact is, our store is replete with everything that is first-class tor a gentleman s head to loot wardrobe, also ladie's shoes and hose. , Trusting we may have the privilege of showing these goods to you soon, we are truly yours, r gz W W 'P u li&u m u .i : -ill II! in)! . :i i, I, i. 1' i -i ih : ' :,..;!! , .iHi-1 ' yu.M.M'lUiiltllli1 llluriiiillillllMlllllliltil i.ii, .r ii. i i in j,i , m .. i 4.-iiti n.'wi' "l'if ljf .' f "in'i.i ' Alii1.? :'jpiW I. ' is'' assignee's Sale. In pursuance ot au order of the Probate ( .1 1 ,.f I ...,1 . Analn, n T mill J) ...... - sale at publlo auotion on Thursday, Hie 28th day ot April, A. D., 1808, between the boon of . w-m a. in., and 4:uu p. m.. on the premise, the :' followiun described real estate, situate In the county of Lorain, and described an follows: rlrst Parcel. Mtuate iu the villa?, of well. iDKtou, county of Lorain, and state of Ohio, and known as belnic lot number eiuht in block number eight 8 and bounded Mud described as follows to-wlt: Ou the west by a street run- miiftirom me east and west centre road to . the Kerk and Bennett rake factory, on the north by lot owned by John Fostnr. nn the east by laud owned by Martin U. Brown, save and excepting a strip of land off the norm aide oi said lot number elKht if ). heeoud Parcel. Situate lit the villus nf WflllluEton. county of Lorain and Htute nf Ohio, and known as belnic the east half at lot numoer twelve in diook number eight (8j to said villaee of Wellington. Ohln hniinitoii nn I lie west by Mill street, on the south by May iiar street, on the north by lot number 11, of said block number eight 8 inira rarcei. nituaied in the vllage of Wellington, county of Loral n and niuta nf Ohio, and known as being the west halt of lot numoer twelve uz; oi niocK number eight 8) of ittld village of Welllrgton, Ohio, bounded on the west by Mill street, on tiie south by Maygar street on the uorth by lot number eleven (11) of said block number eight (8 Fouriu rnrcei. nnuaiea in tne Vlllxgeoi Wellington, county of L.mln and ntHM nf Ohio, and known as being a certain lot of laud, being the south half of lot number twenty two 22 and the Mouth half of lot uuniner twenty tnree in block number two 21 In aaid village of Wnlliin;!. n. Ohio. Innlurtinv a piece of laud off the north half of said lot numoer twenty inree Sij cninmeticing one half rod from the west Hue of said lot number twenty tnree ana containing a strip of land oue half rod wide, parallel with the west line of said lot numbertwenly-three (231, said land bet nir ou the corner of West. Muln itmut and Union street. bald above parcels of land are unnmluoii follows: Parcel No. 1, at .$800 00 Parcel No. 2, at 5S0.0O Parcel No. 3. at 6511.00 Parcel No. 4. at Iiwi nn Terms, cash In hand. Said real estuin nan. not be sold for les than two-thirds o the appraisal, c. . . .n ,.r ,. l- K- "krR'ck, Assignee. Estate of C. W. Ilemenway. u. Li. liiinn, Aitorney. ,17 TRUSTEE'S HALE. TN pursuance of an order of the probate court of Lora'n county. Ohio, I will offer fnr unit ut. mt hi In uiihIIaii u . 1 . . lijth day of April. A. 1) 189,8. between the houra or 1 Hon 1 1 11 n nek u m nnth. .... following described real estate and gas wells situate In the village of Wellington, county of Lorain and state of Ohio, and described as 11illimOi 111 nili Klrst Parce :-Situate In the village of Wei litift.nn. Inillirif nf I nmln r.. . and known as being a part of lots numbers nun miu uioen inree and bounded and described as follows: Commend nir at the nnrthuesr. nnrnAi ..f fn c ...... a J? . . ..... ... ..- ... i.un. ciuienneia s ot, about one hundred and twenty 1 20 feet, to ii"" -iiih luiuiciiy ueiongeu to l. L. Wads- worui. ineiice nortn one loot and one Ml Inch tn south linn nf lot nrnnh.. ...... r.n east to the west line of land formerly owned t1l.1V ; r""""' inenee nortn nineteen (mi feet, thence west parallel with lot line about one hundred and thirty 130 feet to east . . fS, . "ireet, tne ce south twenty 2U feet and oue 11 Inch to to the r ;;, , -, ' lormeriy Deionglng to on the north 1 '" boundlu, "a'd parcel land Second Parcel :-Sltnated In the village of Welllnfftnti. eonnt.v nf lMin 1 .... . . Ohio, and known ha being lot number four 4 In b ock eight 8 In Hemenwa ' addition to the Village of Wellington, Ohio. 'ro,rBroe,;Tsl"He ln 'he VlllBge of Wa Hnirtnn uniinra ..f T 1 .. . . . r 1 Ohio, and known as being lot number three ioj in uiuun ciKiin. 111 neinenway aud t on to the village of Wellington, Ohio. l-ul"on 10 ,Vr"I ' roei:-Bituate " the v Mage of Wellington, enitntv nt l.Min j ..... .... "j, . . ""iriii nuu niiiie 01 Ohio and known as being lot number five 5, in .,,... 111 neinenway s add tloo to . the village of Wellington. . (lay Well No. 1 :-Sltuate in the village of W ellington, county of Lorain and state of ......,........,.. C111K cerinin gas well situate on lot nine ful In hlm.ir .,,k. ..., Ur.M1,1 D:J- JXh?'8 a"l'tlon to the village of Wellington. Ohio, and nil nf t.h l,in jiurteuances and fixtures tbcreuuto belong (. us Well n. 9 Sltuiito In v.A ..111 . ,,7 - """""i m .110 villllKV ui Welll gtpu, county of Lorain ami slate of Ohlo.and known as being a certain gas well, situate on a part of orlgiiml lot number twenty-eight f2S of snld township of Wellington, Ohlo.and formerly owned bv J. H. Case, and nn me 111 mig or piping connecting said gas well to the one on said vlllngo lot number nine, iu said block two 2 ami ail theappur- Said iibove described pareela of land, and gas wells are appraised as follows: J""" vsmm Puree No. 2 at MiO.liO Parcel No. Sat 175(10 Parcel No 4 at juano (jHS Well No. 1 at 2i0( (Jas Well No. 2 at 50.00 Tttrmu tt Uut.i I.. I 1 . 1 ........... duu , Lu.111 ut iiauu ur uiie-iinra cash In band, balance In six months from day of Bale, with Interest, the payment to be se cured by lnortcnge upon the premises sold. Said real estate and gas wells cannot be sold iui u-n 1111111 tnu-mmis 01 tne appraisal. GEO Klin L. BLINK. 11.4t Trustee of the estate of 0. V. Ilemnnwav. NOTICE Of- APPOINTMENT. Karate of Miinj. Juiid Deceased. 'I I.U ,I...I...UI I I I J u iiiiii-,niuut-i ii,,n ueeu appointea ana qualined as adminiHtrator of the Estate of Mil.l.I llllin lul. ..I 1 l .......... ..no 1(vo ut nuiiifiiiKvuu, uoraiu coun ty, deceased. Jiaied in s 21th day of JIarch. A. I). 18!i8. ' I'. D 1'llKI.ON. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. . Mary A. O. Hark. Plaintiff I Before K. H. l'er , ,. ..vs. i kins, J. P., Weli- J. 1. nun, Jieienaant. Ington tp., Lorain I county, Ohio. .... n.v. .i . f,j ... ..iniii, jj. oa,-, mtm Justice Issued an order of attachment in the above acllon for the sum of J13U one hundred -and thirty dollars. , m , Ma by A.O. Cl.ARK. J. T. IIaskki.i.. Attorney. SHEKIEF'S SALE. Charles 8. Whitehead. flu Lorain county . ... vs- . i "hlo. Cou t of Joseph W. hltehead. et al Dnnininn Pieun. Case No. MM. Order of Sale ln Partition. ru persurnee of an order Issued from the (lOllrt llf iNllnin.tll Pluul Ujltl.in anA tllft (!lllllitV nf l.firuln unit filatu ..IOI.U . .......... ....u tji,v viiiw, umuu at the Kebruary term thereof, A. D., 18118. and 10 me uirecteu, 1 win oner lor sale at Publlo Auction on the premises at Wellington, on, Saturday, Slay 21st. A. J), 1898, betweeu the Hours ot 10 and ll o'clock, A. M., of said day the following described Keal Estate, towlt: Situated iu the coM'ity of Lorain and state of Ohio and village of Wellington and being 101s .10. iiu in in nineK 4, (j, riielus addi tion to the village of Wellington, Said nremlses hua henn utmruiaaH at Ainnn and cunnot sell for less than two-thirds of said appraisement. lerius 01 naie: rasn on nay 01 sale, A. K. Lord. Sheriff ttf I.,,rul h rmml rt llurlenbnrt and J. X. Haskell. Attorneys.'. 9 ; DR. W. L. HOLBROOK. !; ! 20 YEARS ' EXPERIENCE. (l tl Bridge Work, Gold and J Porcelain Crown. Our , ' renutution is a guarantee. ' ! J Mrs. Holbrook helps. ' HARRY L, KING I OTTERBACHER BLOCK. 9 444444444444 REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Money to loan on long or short time,' ktrt payments and low Interest. v ;'it.ti' JOSEPH IHNEHOWElt, Agnt, V T