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WELLINGTON NOVELTY STORE Now is the time to make your selections for Christmas. ...A FEW SUGGESTIONS... Faclnators Water Set Toy White Aprons Plate Book ToweU Cup and Saucers dames FurTopOloves Berry Seta Doll Carta Mitten Pitcher Hobby Horses Pocket Book Chocolate Pots Bureau Table Unen Sugar and Creamer Bed Steads Stand Spreads Vases Chairs Bureau Spreads Salad Dishes Dolls Ribbons Oat Meal Sets Doll Heads Wrappers Tea Stand A. B. C. Blocks Brooches Sterling Silver Novelties Bracelets Back Combs Knives, Forks and Spoons. St ARTHUR HOLLENBACH DEAD. that He lb-ported to War Department Died of ToberculoaL. Arthur Hollenbach, son of B. 8. Hol lenbach of this city, died at Manila last Friday of tuberculous, if the re port sent br Gen. Otis to the war department and published In yester day morning's papers is true, and, un fortunately, there is no reason to doubt its accuracy. Mr. Hollenbach waa a member of Company E, Twenty second U. S. Infantry. U enlisted at Cleveland a year ago last September, and had been in the Philippine about a year. Two weeks ago in a letter to his parent, he said that he had been in the hospital, but the announcement of hi death waa the first intimation they had received that he had been seriouily ill. It came a a heavy blow, indeed. Arthur Hollenbach was about 29 years of age. He graduated from the Wellington High school in 1889, and . waa the first soldier from thi place to lay down his life for his country in the present war. cj of local Interest.. Razors st Near & Wells. Album at Near A Well. 2t t New book at Houghton's. tf Chinese Lilies, 15c each at Near Wells Drug Store. 51-62 The Fortnightly club meets with Mis Ruuelle Hathaway next Tuesday, tf tf 2t 2t tf for Broaa;ht Hera for Bnrlal. v - Juliu Marcy , son of Mrs. M. J. Mar ct of this city, died at his home in Cleveland Monday morning at ten o'clock of pneumonia. He was 37 year old and unmarried. He bad been in the milk business at Cleveland a num ber of year. Service, conducted by the K. of P., were held in Cleveland yesterday afternoon. The body was Drought to Wellington for burial last evening, and services in charge of the K. of P., were held at his mother's borne on Hall street this afternoon at one o'clock, conducted by Rev. H. D. Sheldon. A Timely ...Gift ONE that keeps time, pleases the eye and fits your pocket book. A black wood clock that looks like black marble, strikes the hours on a musical gong bell, and (he half hours on a tink ling cup bell, is tastefully de corated in gilt scrolls, and has a face that reflects the beauty and worth of the movement behind it, and the Christmas dinner will be more enjoyed when such a gift shines from tlie mantel. uic movement $5 a J.fl. WIGHT & SONS Popular games at Houghton's. Fine Stationery at Houghton's. Celluloid Sets at Near A Wells. Hand Mirrors at Near A Well. Talcum Powder at Houghton's. The Musical union will meet practice next Tuesday night Instead of Monday nght. Geo. K. Nash will be inaugurated Governor of Ohio, at Columbus, Mon day, January 8th. See Near A Well' for Shaving Sets. nee near wells lor traveling cases 2t Exquisite Bon-Bons at Near A Wells. 2t Fine Holiday Goods at Near A Wells. 2t See Near A Wells for fine Perfumes. 2t The duties of the real estate assessor will begin on March 1st and close on or before July Int. A Club dance will be given in the Town hall Christmas night. Musie commences at 8 o'clock. A fine line of Album at Houghton', tf Cold Cream for the toilet at Hough' ton's. tf Dr. Houghton's Cough Syrup. None better. tf Fine Medalion's at Near A Wells drug store. The Binding works shut down Sat urday night until after Christmas in order to put in the new engine. The u Wayne Lumber Uo. is saw ing from twelve to fifteen thousand feet of hardwood lumber per day, See Near A Wells for choice Christ ma good. 2t Manicure Set of the latett kind at Near A Well. 2t Trusses and supporter of best make at Houghton's. tf For holiday good examine J. W. Houghton' stock. 60-61 Inauguration of Governor Nab Jan. 11. One fare round trip to Colombo, going Jan. 10 and 11., returning Jan. 12. The Ladies Sewing society of the Disciple church menu with Mr. Chas. Willard of Courtland are., tbit after noon. For superior grade of confection ery tee Near A Well. Holiday Good are arriving at Near A Well' drug (tore. Pocket book, bill books and card cases at Near A Wells. 2t Sterling silver mounted ebony piece and et at Near A Hell. 2t E. F. Miller, the blind piano tuner, or Pittsburg, will be in Wellington the fir. t week of January, 1900. Leave or der at Stemple housu. 61-62 Initead of meeting this week Wed nesday as announced, the Belief Sew- h society will meet with Mr. O. B. Williams next Wednesday afternoon, f e. 27. Supper from Ave to seven. ( all at Cooche's Furniture Rooms fur Holiday Goods. Open evenings through the holidays. ' 61-62 The proprietor of the bending works have notified their employes that each oiie will b presented with a Uhrist ma present thi year. The men are nut buying turkey for their Christmas dinner. James Dunlap of Sullivan brought suit againit the Big Four EaiKsy Co. for $10,000 for personal injuriea sus tained at a crossing near Greenwich, t o y ?ar ago. The ease w tried last ek and the Jury brought in a ver- d ctfor t5,000. Atomizers of the very latest and fin est kind at Near A Well. 2t All the latest odor in Perfome esn always be found at Near A Well. It will pay you to tee Near A Well fur Holiday Good before buying. 2t For holiday good call at Couch's Furniture store on South Main street. Stationery and Ink-wells and every thing that pretain to eorreipondence at Near A Well. 2t Razor, Razor 8 rap and Shaving Set and everything that rertatns to a clean (have at Near A Well. zt A fire was built at the American house in a itove connected with chimney that bad been roofed over year ago. The retult wa that about 2:30yeterday afternoon the roof of the building bad the appearance of be ing on fire, and the fire department waa called out. Only a few of the men re- iponded, however, a the bell rope wa broken before the alarm could be sounded more than two or three time. But the men were not needed, for noth ing more dangeroua than imoke from the stove could be. found. What wa an almost total eclipse of the moon occurred Saturday evening under mot favorable conditions for observation, and there wa plenty of rubber-necking." The moon enter ed the ihadow at 6:45 p. m., reached the maximum of obscuration at 7j28 p. m. and left the shadow of the earth at 9 if! p. m. The shadow of the earth covered almost the entire disk of the moon, excepting a small section. A traveling encyclopedia and euros ity shop known as the boy tramp dropped off in Wellington Saturday and gave the Enterprise office a eau. This particular specimen of hobodom claims to have hobnobbed with two president of the United State and the nobility of Europe and the Orient. In proof of thi he (bow letters from prominent men all over the world. He carries two satchels filled with let ters. This is the storv he tell: He itarted from Oikland, CaL, in ISfcS. He waa sick with fever, quarantined for months, so the time for the comple tion of the Journey was extended 18 month. He can ride only on the ocean and mnst work hi passage cross. He must not buy nor beg victuals, can ask for money, must raise 15,000, ha M,"00 raited. If be gets 1300 more and reaches Vancouver by next fall, he will receive the 15,000 be- iides, making $10,000 in all. PERSONAL Tl J. P. Eidt wa in Cleveland Monday. Busines called C. L. Linderto'Cleve- laod Saturday. J, M. Crsbtree has been laid op with a iprained ankle. G. B. Warner was in Cleveland the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. McDermott were in Cleveland Friday. Mies Jeasie Holland of Cleveland i visiting in town. Ford Gibb of Pittsburg was in town the fint of the week. Mrs. Arthur Eglin, of Berea, Ohio, visiting In town with relatives. Mia lielson of Columbus has been the guest of Mrs. Saline Sheldon. Mrs. John Eglin spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother in Spencer. A. G. Fisber of Wellington called on friends here Thursday. Lorain Time. Mrs. Clara Rice haa been visiting in 8pencer with Herman Hejd and fam-ily. Frank Willard, who has been work ing in Elyria, baa returned to Welling ton. Devillo Bennett call -d on Welling ton friend over Sunday on his way east. Mrs. C. Bauer of Liverpool, O., is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Ben- Will If You Want to Hake Your Friend a Nice CHRISTMAS Present Go to L. W. SECRIST'S and Buy a 25 Box of the Fam ous Al CIGARS. QL?f Price, Per Box ' CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Beld la Ail ml lae Welllaa- taa Caarrbaa. Exercise in commemoration of the Christmas season will be held in all of the Protestant churches of this eitj Saturday night. At St. Patrick' Cath olic church service will la-lit-Id Christ mas day, both morning and evening. ' Christmas trees will delight the lit tle folk at the Rplil. IWipU-, Meth odist and Congrfgiliunal eburrh-, Saturday evening. The ejrrriri- w il begin at 6:30. The th are to tat part in the exerc srs at the '-vn-s. tional church no. rwjiw i,d l there al two o'cbvk p. m. r-iuniaj "Let u not fn(ft iliai gin i Christmas pleasure are weir- n her aids in homes to ubich th hr;tma joy ha not enim. L-t all ilierhildn-rt join in taking raie that no litllr un sroand them are n t left out aim tl e toy and goodie are altered so lav ishly. Read what ,ro said about getting a feast reedj: "When thou makest a teas', call the ;nr, lb maimed, the lanw , the blind." It is a good way in celebrating Christmas tf- forget all about it pleasure it w.D bring yoo, and to try to carry pleasure to those who have little of it." Rev. Albe t Bryant. A Girl's Experience. 'hb wars STrOjJy oaS af aaa weak ; tba Iraat aotat Mf .ambler's order. KbewastJ Martled er, and aaa was wakaf ul at KfU. wionawkM turn eaaaaraaeaof iMmrr Kinathachaaaa la aer waa ar snat that aha souid hardly batakeafar Ikaaaawalrl. fcfca la raddle aTowtng wall aaa atrina.aaraoai pari to. la sat tact, ana aaa ataoaa vail awry whL Mra. Lacy Mr 5 ail. Bna Taitev. Pa. Criarr K taa aoraj Cnaauaatiaa. aaa Sim a, h tm 1 1 , Uva mi tk i ir fcwaaaaa, Mrs. Geo. Meuger and children went to Lorain last week to join her husband. MiasLettie Brown, of Butler, 0., waa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pars, Sunday. Mis Maud Heyd of Spencer waa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M Kice last week. Mrs. Mary McClellan, who ha been suffering from heart trouble, is now improving. Frank Hollenbach of Cleveland came home last night and returned to the city thi morning. Mr. M. V. Brown and Mr. Robt. Swartx ipent Sunday with Win. Mc Clellan in Sullivan. Mr. Geo. Arnett i viiiting, tbi week with her lister. Mrs. S. P. Hast ings, of La Grange. Mrs. Greely of Wilton. Wood Co., O., has been visiting her sister, Mr. Al virs Knapp, of Vine street. Frank Howk and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blackburn of Cleveland will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Alpheu Howk. O. T. Noble of Cleveland, a resident of Wellington for many years, baa been vuritinc Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas. Mr. and Mr. John Hoffman and Master Ralph and Master Carl, their two son, visited with Geo. McClellan last week. Gen. and Mrs. W. S. Metealf are ex pected to arrive in Wellington to day from their trip to Washingtoo and New York. Ex-Judge Thomas, of Norwalk, suc cessor to Hon. T. hi- Strimple as state representative, wa in town yesterday for a few boors. Walter Avery returned Saturday from a successful trip in northwestern Ohio and Indiana in the interest of the Dr. Holland Medicated Salt Co. Howard Joyce was taken very ill last Friday, and bis friend were alarmed at his condition, but be haa been get better during the past two or three days. It waa leared that he had ap pendicitis. Frederick Reel of Detour, Mich, is visiting in town with friends until after Christmas. Mr. Reel will play the jrgan at the exercise in St- Patrick's church Christmas day. He is said to be a musician of ability. Vera AUis was down from Welling too to attend the wedding of hi cousin. Miss Minnie E. AUis of Chat ham to Rudclph K. Hartrzan of Lafay ette last Wednesday evening, wee and inridemly l let the faiirie of on of those borne-brewed Thaniagir. o.id. Lodi Review. Mm AlmaSprign. so well known here as a teacher in the public school, was to have spent the holiday varatior a-.th Wellington friends, bat unfortun ately for them a well as for her the city ul Greater Sew York ha be) a very pour employer o far a paving itsser ftnta iseooeemed. It is said that the Mfhers i the pa bite schools have been onabU to draw their salaries icr a Tear back- Partly for this reasow Mis Spraga has concluded to forego her ti'it to Wellington for the present. ErJTLEr.lEfJ ATTErJTlOrJ! at! YOUR WIFE, YOL'R SWEETHEART, YOCR SISTER WANTS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. Well, why not buy here, a useful one now. r.i. r.i. joyce & con. We have a tine line of Golf Cajxa, from $3 to $17 Tailor Made SuiU $14 to $19 Heady Made Skirts $1.95 to $15 Underskirts 95 to $6 Child's Jackets $3 to $6 Ladies' Jackets $5 to $30 ALSO FURS, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR LOCK LEVER EXPERT. FOR A ...CHRISTMAS GIFT... of hare A boy or girl will be as well pleased with a pair skates as anvthin? else vou can ?et them. We 0, J D J O a large and well assorted stock of Barney & Berry ; Come early and make your selections before 5 Prices from 45 cents up. J skates. T 1 I 1 a BENEDICT HARDWARE CO. A PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT Caaara TrUnm Warltaa. Wellington Council 5a. 63 in rrsa- lar session, December 15, elected the following officers : Councilor, F. H. Phelps Past Councilor, 11. L Cook Vice Councilor, Era A f'i-bT Instructor, k. X. (Joed wis Secretary Asst. Secretary. Treasurer, Pralaf. Marshal, Warden, Guard iSsmtry ..M s-L Willard V. A. Faher J. Binebnwrr L.C. Ledyard .. Ura. Lvdia outh D. li.Uott O. E. Smith 8. F. Black No Hore Visits 0 This Year, fej DR. BIGELOW'S est visit to 5ew Loadoo aaat VeUias;. tow will be afoot Jaa. IX Sew paper awst week foe cornet daiav CurvaLtsa Ovncs: 5 AxeaaU. : READY FOR BUSINESS The paper hangers and painters are all through and THE WHITE FRONT RESTAURANT in the Emerson block is now open to the pub- 1 lie. ' CATERING, ETC. Come and see us. WE SELL NO INTOXICATING DRINKS. SONGER & REIFF, PROPRIETORS.' : : : : x Blankets and Robes.... 4 HORSE BlANKfTS f4.Mur0 cav. T 13 A SEUXS-EvtfTterfy aVligU ed wit it. I lave had S yrs et ttriemct, IM save aU S ssarfc- iaM aariag thai tlase. Saasple mi taaw awtiines raa he m at K. Well A hsmis) &Mf. aarf at sxy mUtme. I m. MM at a.r. -r. Bm w, w4f ar- a The largest and most complete gtock of Blankets and Robes.... to be found. Over fifty pat- reraer E4 Mala ! cmiai av. tern s to select from. Ooahtr MACHINES FKO.l m LP. . . A . . H.-. ad ul all wts4 ssaAisw .BaMearrrttaM. LI. Ai. Otterhacher. . 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