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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1898.
? . J : L ' WELLINGTON MARKETS. Corrected Every Wednesday Morning Paying. Hay perton Corn in ear, 70 lbi Corn shelled, 56 tts Oats per bu.M Rye per bu New wheat per bu Butter, dairy, per t Butter, creamery, per t Eggs, per dos 6 00 90 S5 lift 48 65 14 23 17 1A 5- uoney, per Lard, per lb Potatoes per bu. Selling:. Flour per sack of 49 lbs Corn Heal perewt Chop per cWt Middlings perowt Bran per ewC... Oil Meal per cwt CHEESE MARKET. Billing Prices-Monday's Sales. Ohio State Flats 1 00 90 90 80 75 1 40 Creamery Butter., 19 TIME TABLES- W. & L. E. In effect Sunday, November 13,1898. wist. Train No. 4 Daily . " 6 Dally (except Sunday.... Train No. 40 Local 10 :04 a. m AST. Train No. 1 Dally (except Sunday).. . ' Train No. 3 Sally Train No. 48 Local 0:15 a. m 10:20 am 8:30 pm 10:04 am 4:14 pm BIO FOUR. WEST, 19 Col. Cln. Ind, A St. L S5 Daily St, L. x . 8:54 am 2:24 pm 6:24 pm 27 Col. Ex... 87-Dail y Col. 4 Cln. Ex luiuupm 51 Local Freiebt 9 :&0 am 25- Welllngton Ex. (Sunday only)... 9:60 am AST. 28-DallyCol.& Cln. Ex 6:06 am 26- GalllonEx. 8:11am 36-Daily Col. Ind. 4 St. U Ex 1:08 pm I4-Wellington Kx. 4 5 pm 2 Daily Col. Cln. & Ind. Ex 8:19 pm 62 Local Frelgh 6:14 pm CORRESPONDENCE. OOf 9.0.0000OOWOOO009 BRIGHTON. Those who attended the social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jordan's report a fine time. Miss Bertha Allyn, with her school from the center of Pittsfleld, came out to Chas. Allyn'g last Wednesday night tor a sleigh-ride and a good time. C. A. Hardy and family visited at L. Rood's, In Camden, Thursday. Mrs. 0. Hall has been quite sick for some time. Some parties in town are conducting themselves in such a way that they are thought by some to be proper candidates for tar and feathers, and there is talk of conferring that distinction upon them unless they conduct themselves differ ently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dague, of Penfleld, spent a day last week at L. W. Hart's. There will be a Christmas tree and entertainment in the M. E. church Sat urday night, December 24. A fine pro gram is being prepared. - O. M. Peasly went to Wakeman, Friday. The Ladies' Society will meet with Mrs. C. A. Hardy, Wednesday, December 14. The young son of John Stoddler had the misfortune to break an arm last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moody, who have been living with D. B. Hartman, will move onto a farm near Medina, this week. Fin Christmas Candies. I have 8 large assortment of pure candies all fresh in boxes or bulk, and the prices are right. ' V. W. Burge. SPENCER. Jessie Wideman spent the Sabbath with friends in Litchfield. The sleighing has been improved by both young and old. Merry parties have been made up every evening. An oy ster supper at Hiram Curtice's last Wed nesday for the benefit of the Reformed church, was liberally patronized and a financial success. Slelghloads of young people went to Lodi and Wellington for the pleasure of the trips. BedaRIce was in Seville last week, the guest of Mrs. Bell. Mrs. M. M. Len is in Cleveland. ' Edith Mclntyre, of Wellington, is spending the week with friends in town. Lulena White who has been in Cleve land for some time, is home for a time. Joe Smith has quit railroading and gone to work with John Sharp. A box social for the benefit of the Bap tist church will be held at the Town Hall Wednesday evening. Jlhn Murray of Cleveland, an old res ident of Spencer, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Marsh, at the River Corners. The school board furnished free tick ets for the entire school to visit the Cal ifornia fair cars on exhibition at Spen cer, December 9. In testing thel-Ray in connection with the exhibition, one of our blacksmith's, Wade Johnson was enabled to locate a bullet which had been in his hand for several years. Hart Stuart and his hospitable wife entertained a large party of invited guests at their home last Tuesday eve ning. A niobt enjoyable evening was spent. Choice musical and literary selections were given by some of the young people and elegant refreshments were served all who were there. , Several parties have secured their sup ply of Ice and more will be put up this week. PITTSFIELD. 81eigh riding has been the order of the week. Two sleigh loads from the Center School, with their teacher. Miss Bertha ' Allyn, went to the latter's parents, Mr. . and Mrs. Chas. Allyn, In Brighton, last Wednesday evening; a pleasant' time was reported. ' . A sleigh load of young people went to Marshall Sherburne's, in Oberlln, last Saturday evening. Rev. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Avery were in Cleveland part of last week, attending the National Anti-saloon league convention and visiting relatives. Miss Harriett Rose visited her parents in Elyria last Friday. Matt Billiuger was in Elyria last Friday. The Methodist Sunday School will observe Christmas with a cantata and other appropriate exercises Christmas eve. Saturday evening Mr. Edward Clark, of PittsQeld, and Miss Mable E. Turner, of LaGrange, were united in marriage at the home' of the latter' s parents In LaGrange. Dame Rumor says, the wedding bells will continue to ring from now until the new year. The ladies of the benevolent society will hold a fair at the town hall Tuesday evening, December 20( ' A school entertainment given byfhe two special districts, No. 1 and No. 2 will be given in the Methodist church next Saturday evening, under the man agement of Superintendent Byam. R. Mills, of Lorain, spent Sunday at Wm. Avery's. HUNTINGTON. Miss Nora Long spent last Sunday at home. The Maccabee hive was in Sullivan last Wednesday evening, to a supper riven by the Maccabee ladies of that place. The band also attended. Mrs. Charles Bailey was on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Helen Witbeck is visiting T. D. Phelon's family. Morris Miller of Spencer visited his friend, Mr. Albert Jones, last Sunday. Miss Mitzner of Lykins visited at Ed ger Nimock's recently. Mr. Albert Jones has purchased a a building and will set up a wagon shop soon. Miss Carrie Gardner of Penfleld visited Zola Skeese recently. Mrs. Shank of Brighton visited her sister, Mrs. Elwood Russell and family one day last week. Mr. George Jones is home for a short tin,. Mrs. Geo. Hart visited T. D. Phelon's famllv Sundav The Hnntinffton Cornet Band waa rMnni TUnminhoF i onii nnndar. nf t.h 0 I following members: J. B. Robinson, leader and music teacher. H. J. Peabody, assistant leader. D. Griggs, principal B flat. J. Hawk, 1st B flat. , ' C. Chapman, 2nd B flat. A. H. Jones, clarionet. F. E. Hull, solo alto. H. T. West, 1st alto. A. Handley, 2nd alto. G. W.Boone, 1st tenor. E. Griggs, 2nd tenor. R. 0. Baker, baritone. K. Robinson, tuba. 0. Elwood, snare drum. W. D. Finkei, bass drum. ROCHESTER. Dr. Dignan spent Sunday in New Lon don. .' . Miss Effle-Johnson, of Ashland, was the truest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mason last week. Miss Nellie Curry and Mrs. C. A. Beardsley spent two days in Cleveland last week selecting Christmas goods tor the store. Mrs. M. Chamberlain, of Ashtabula, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Potter. The Ladles' Aid Society at Mrs. G. M. Garrison's last Thursday was weU at tended. The day was pleasantly spent n social conversation, and an excellent supper was served. Mr. C. D. Stocking is on the sick list Christmas exercises will be held at the Methodist church, Friday evening, Dec. 23, and at the Baptist church, Saturday evening, Dee. 24 Mr. J. Xi. uearasiey reiurnea nome last week, fromMcBarre, Mich., where he has been engaged in the manufacture oicneese. Mrs. W. M. Phelps and daughter Josie, - . . went to Brownhelm, Sunday, .to attend the funeral of a friend. Miss Jessie Chapman spent Saturday and Sunday In Cleveland. The Ladles' Harmonial Society will I give an oyster supper in the basement of the Methodist church,' Wednesday evening, Dec. 14. All are Invited. r mst i OBERLIN. The grocery store on 8outh Main street which was bought by D. B. Goodsell, of Wellington, and was under the charge of G. J. Peak, was bought last week by Wm. I. HobilL of Elyria. Mr. Hoblll is a grocery man of experience, having con ducted a grocery store in Elyria, for a number of years. The contract for the stone work on the County Orphan's Home, to be built on East College street next spring, which was let to James Devanlt, of Columbus, was sublet to John and James Morris, of this place, who intend to erect sheds this winter, and get all the stone dressed and ready , for use as soon as the weather opens up In the spring, C. E. Streator had a sled stolen from the rear of his blacksmith, one day last week. While drilling tor gas at the home of James Sayers, three miles east of town during the past week, the drillers struck a large vein of salt. Samples of it have been taken out and it will be analyzed. nniayoe that in the near future we will be using salt from the Rldgevllle Saltworks. , The indications for a large amount of building next spring are exceedingly good. The county orphanage will be one of the largest of its kind in the state. Plans are being made for the erection of the new Science Hall, for the college and will probably be completed and the building under headway before the close of the spring. Mrs. Katherlne Wade, whose home is on Groveland street, is quite ill at the residence of her son, B. O. Wade on North Prof essor street. IeTyrTa! Mr. Frank M. Haines, who has been visiting his mother in this city, has re turned to Washington for a short time. Mrs. W. L. Beal and daughter, Coressia Louise, have returned home after spend ing some time at Chappaqua, N. Y. Miss Charlotta Lersch gave a tea last Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Lillian Cooper of Staten Island. Andrew F. Burrol has gone to Chicago, to attend the wedding of a friend. . L. Stemple of Wellington, landlord of the Stemple house, was in town last week- Prosecuting Attorney. Thomas spent the later part of last week at his farm in Rochester. Mr. Thomas is making ex tensive Improvements on his farm. He will feed a large number of fine cattle this winter. The body of Patrick Gaffney, the sailor who was drowned at Lorain, last week, was turned over to the W. R. U., medical school, at Cleveland, as no friends claim ed the remains. The quarterly report of Justice Chap man submitted to the council Tuesday evening, showed a total of fines collected 1133.35, which less $00 fees leaves a total of $73.35 revenue to the city from this source. While the jury in a recent civil case were endeavoring to agree upon a ver dict, an interested attorney was dis covered with his ear against the keyhole of the dor which leads from the sheriffs office to the jury room. It is said that what he heard convinced him of the truth of the saying that "listeners hear 110 8od of themselves." The concert given In the M. E. church I l it., mm ts ii vt-i m .i Trr J v lue AU1 raumy ivock buu nbuubh day evening was well attended, and those present were well pleased with the concert. 11 A 11 An Enterprising Drug-fiat. , v There are few men more enterprising and wide awake than W. F. Near & Co., who spare no pains to secure the best of everything in their line for their many customers. They now have the valuable agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. This Is the wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over the country by its many startling cures. It absolutely cures asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, and aU affections of the throat, chest, and lungs. Call at above drug store and get a trial bottle free, or a regular size for 50c or $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. PLEASANT STREET. " We are having very good sleighing and the young people are enjoying it very mucn. Mr. C. D. Stocking was taken quite ill while returning from Rochester, one day last week, but he Is some better at this writing. 1 Mrs. Nina Backus visited at Charles Gills, in Pittsfleld, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delamater and little danghter, of Wakeman, vlsitad at Dave Day's, Sunday .evening. There was a dance and oyBter supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hall, last Thursday night; over sixty being present Music furnished by Day and Reynold's orchestra was good, the oysters were fine and the guests departed at a seasonable hour, expressing themselves as having had a very good time. Miss Florence Prosser, of Wellington, attended the dance at James Hall's, last Thursday evening. Ernest Edwards and famllv sDent I mm- Sunday with his brother Frank, of East Wellington. Mr. Burt French and family, ot Wake man, and Mr. Steve Day and family, of Clarksfield, visited Dave Day, Sunday. A Household Necessity. No family should be without Foley's Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints. W. Tlasot & Co. CAMDEN. The ice-houses are being filled with a very good quality .of ice. Mrs. A. Bonney, of Farnsworth, 8. D. left for her home Monday, after spending about four months with her sister, Mrs. EL Williams. Mrs. Maud Smith, nee Whitney, of Rierville, Iowa, is the guest of her parents. Mrs. Ginsta stent the Sabbath In Lo rain. Ora Ayllffe is firing on the L. S. & M, S. railway. Mrs. Bert Hayes and son Arthur were vhdting in town last week. Lee Mann, of Huntington, spent Thursday and Friday with his grand mother, Sirs. Calkins. Mrs. S. A. Hardy is at home for a few days. ' : ', Miss Vie Cook is In Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibbs and Miss Oracle Prentice were in Cleveland Wed nesday night. Fourteen ladles of the Kipton Hive No. 5 of the L. 0. T. M. attended the re ception in Elyria, Saturday evening, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Perkins, of Spen cer, were in town last wees. ABtubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. J.. W. Houghton. PENFIELD- Hurrah for Penfleld! Once again the heart of our "little swampy Penfleld," is stirred to the -center, by the wedding bells? which in fancy, still are heard on each passing breeze. Which, denuded of nonsense, means that Ed. Ferriman's "heart dis ease has at last culminated fatally, and that his still warm carcass is enchained for ever and aye, by the matrimonial noose. However we feel that the young man is to be greatly congratulated on his good fortune in securing so sweet a life partner. But "return we to our mountains," viz., married on Sunday morning, December 11, 1898, at the resi dence ot Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hart, their eldest daughter Amy, to Edwin Ferri man, by Rev. W. J. Jacobs. We wish them every imaginable happiness, and prosperity in all their undertakings. May the naughty little God of love, who led them into the devious paths of Hy men, continue to illuminate their daily path with his gleaming torch and keep alight the flame of love to guide and brighten their toilsome struggle through life. Our young people gathered at the home of our mail carrier, BeldenPark on Friday night, to enjoy a pleasant evening with Miss Sylva and Master Clyde. All enjoyed themselves immense ly, and after pulling taffy to their hearts content, they Indulged in games, etc., and dispersed in the happiest frame ot mind. Prof. H. Noble visited the primary schools in the "special district," on Sat urday last. Miss Edna Hubbard of LaGrange, our oily and plucky little school-ma'am attended divine services at the Congre gational church last Sunday evening. Mr. Everett Taylor, started his feed mill on Tuesday. After a summer of rest We predict he will make thintrs get up and "howl." BAKER'S CROSSING. The Ladies' Aid Society will give a chicken pie supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sage, Wed nesday evening, December 21, music and good time is anticipated. All are cor dially invited. - Miss Jennie Hurlabaus, after spending week with her sister, Mrs. Mary Lab- orie, returned to her home in Litchfield, 'riday. The cold weather renews one's ambi tion and to take a sleighride is delight ful. Messrs. E. L. Wicox, H. Laborie and Carml Kelsey furnished music for the hop at Huntington Friday evening. Mrs. Lura Rogers spent Thursday night with her son and family Alonzo Rogers. Card parties are at "high-tide." this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevlck, of Well- ngton were guests at A. Laborle's Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Beckley visited Mr. Eugene Bliss and wife in Huntington, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cole will celebrate their thirtieth wedding adversary Sat urday, December 17. SULLIVAN. The Ladles' Aid Society ot the Congre gatlonal Church will have a bazaar and ehicken-pie supper this week Saturday, at town hall. Supper will be served from 5 to 9 o'clock, after that time an album quilt will be sold. The supper fee will be 10 cents, so no one need get supper at home. This will be a grand opportunity for those who are too busy to make Christmas presents to purchase them at the bazaar. In addition to the bazaar and supper, the young ladies will have a "Klondike." Claims will be staked out and sold, then the digging will furnish amusement for all. A beau tiful prize will be awarded the one who digs the most nuggets. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Bessie Johnson, eldest daughter of Garrett Johnson, Tuesday evening, Dec. 13. Mr. French from Wakeman was the guest ot Rev. Hill over Sunday. ' The Maccabee hall was dedicated last Wednesday with, due ceremony. Mr. Young from Norwalk made the address. An oyster supper was served after the dedication. The Sunday-school 'Of the christian church will have a Christmas tree. Rev Findley Is holding protracted meetings in Polk. . Rev. Charles Conklin who, is interest ed in a more general observance ot the Lord's day, spoke to a house full here last Sunday evening. A telephone message came to Sullivan Saturday morning notifying the friends of the death of Mr. Leamon Whltcomb eldest son ot W. W. Whitcomb, of Litch field, from a severe attack of typhoid fever. He was the constant attendant ot his father during a severe attack ot lieu ARE THE MOOT FATAL OF ALL DISEASES. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY end BLADDER Diseases. 19 SSSSSSSL i isi ' i typhoid fever and after bringing him from the shadow of death, he came down with the dread disease. A trained nurse was secured by the Maccabee's of whom he was a member, but loving care and tender nursing could avail nothing and at 5 o'clock Friday, the Angel of Death came to release him. Ton invite disappointment when you experiment. De Witt's Little Early Ris ers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. J.W.Houghton. ccccccccccoco I 1 I I II I II What Shall I Give for Christmas ? This is a problem often hard to solve. If j you are looking for something you can't find elsewhere TRY US. o uiances to i we have got it. Handkerchiefs of every description new ones just in for ladies, gents and children, lc upward. Stamped Doilies, 2c to 25c. Good Shaker Flannel, J$e. Best Apron Ginghams, 5c. Juvenile Books, 2c to 80c. Doll, lo to $1.60. Drums, 23c to 70c. Magic Lanterns, 50c tofl. Toy Trains, 10c to $1. , Toy Furniture, 10c to $1. Tree ornaments, lc to 10c. Xmas Candles 'Candle Holders. Tov Tea Sets, Toy Carts, Wheelbarrows, etc. Jardineres, 10c to 50c. Whisks, So to 25c. Shaving Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes. New arrivals of late purchases coming in nearly all money savers. You will find our prices in every instance more reason able than you expect. WELLINGTON NOVELTY STORE. Wellington's Popular Department Store.. T T T T T T T T T Legal Notice. George R. Miller, residence unknown will take notice, that on' the 6th day o( December, a. v., mm, Annie j. miner niea ner pennon id tne court oi common nieas. of Lorain coun tv. Ohio, bet nc ease No. V76. Dravlnir for dl voroe from George R. Miller and custody of minor emia ana equitable relief, rine eharg ed the said Qeorse. K. Miller of belns will fully absent from ber, and for gross neglect of duty toward her, for the three years last past ana lor non-suDDort. ana tnat me said cause will be for hearing at the court house in Elyria In six weeks alter the publication of in is nonce, Amnii J. Millie, Plaintiff. 3. T. Hariki.l, Her attorney. Dated this 6 day ot December, A. D., 1898. 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