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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WESDNESDAY JULY 30, 1884.
3 , . occd (Sorrcspcrn&mre. iVpi art tolkitcd for thlt department, and a fair remuneration will be allowed cortvspondentt. HUNTINGTON. The Baptist society are making quit extorsive preparation fur repairing and remodeling their church. Miss Fannie Perkins and Ida Efjlln, went to Lakeside last week. , Mrs. Dye, Mr. Win. Huff's sister from Han mar, Washington, Co., returned home on Saturday. Rov. Ht C. Haskell was in town, one day last week. MlssMlna Lowry, of Hardin Co., Is spend ing a few days with Miss Majrirle Smith. " Mrs Whitney Clark, Is In Medina with her daughter Mrs. Chas. Pratt, who Is sick. We "arise to reply" to the gentleman, that we only stated what we heard reported as a fact, and IX he will call at onr offlco, we will Klvo him our authority for all we said. rrrrsFiELD. (Deferred from last week.) A few days sro, as Mr. Edwin Aycry was he was thrown from the machine, striking on his back, and wastcrrllily shaken up, but It Is hoped that ho is noi senousiy injured. Mr. Buttcrfleld, of Illinois, who bouRlit a lot of cows, was tuken seriously 111 at Mr. Trunk Worcester's, so that they had to call in medical aid. Mm.ComoeDS. of Olierlln, cavo a very In structive lecture, aided by charts, showing tlio Influence of alcohol on the human ttnmneh. ou Tnesd.iv evening, the 20th, Inst., In the Concrcpallonal church, to a very at tentive audience. The Town Hall lias rtclcvcd a n-w coat of paint. Mr. Werden's new house Is most com pleted. An entertainment wn (riven by the ladles of the Congregational Church on Tuesday evening 23 Inst, consisting of music by a i-trlng unartctto from Oberlln, who gnve some very good selections, perhaps rather too artistic for most, a glee "Larboard Watch A Hoy," well rendered, Mr. Burt leader, Miss F. Young at the organ, Mr. Blessing, a (iernirn organist, showed the capacity ol each of two uKraus; a Cliaso and im Eotv, making It difficult for common filks to decide as to the superiority of either. Indeed the pcrf rmer said there ws ll'.tle dltrerejce, ea.di Leii.g the efjual of the . tlicraml each being f utllelently powerful (or tlie elinreh. At the tio.-o o! tl.e concert, ice erca.n, cake Vc, v-i-rc svvved, tho whole niretlng. Eoi.ic 1 1 1 here r..ised for the owin fund. i'KNFIKI.I. I-r. rrcd from In;t week. Mrs. I.cvl Smith Ins returned from a p' ?nnt visit to Sew York. .Mrs. U. M. thaw la utitiug relatives uear Omaha. John illanchard uud fuui'.ly, of Eiyi'.a spent a day in town last week. Ir. KlmiT H.cliloii was rrosprctlnff In town lust week with a view to locating hi re. ROCIIKSTEIt. Luhorle has move'l In to the new building he has erected for hotel purposes. Mrs. Mary Fisher has gone to Minnesota to visit her i h'ldren there. , II Is rumored tha' tlio estate of Geo. Mach lately deceased Is valued st f 100 000. He v. Ellii't, f.f the centre, died a few days since. No particulars regarding the ailment Mr. Lucy Ciawford Is no bettor. E. D. Trluker eipects to move to Dakota lu the spring X. IiUKJIITOX. . A good audience assembled Sabbath, to hiar the farewell sermon of Kev. V. T, Williams. After a residence among us of seven years, he leaves for another Held of boor. The good wishes of the people and prayers of the church go with him. Sabbath evenlne, the 27th, the W. C. T, V, held a meeting In the M. E. Church. An interesting report of tha meeting at Clncln natl, was given by' Mrs. F. Perkins. Bhort addresses by Rev. O. Lawrence and Rev. D T. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurlburt, of Cleve land, spent the Sabbath with friends in town W. SPENCER. The Mls.es Taylor, of Royalton, are visit ing at A. E. Klluorn's. Burt Eglln, of Wellington, wss visiting In town over Sunday. Married In Bpenccr, by L. C. Dsueherty J. P., Cyrus Walters, of Spencer, and Miss Splker, of West Salem. The band boy's were out in their new suits Saturday evening. The ware-houses have received a new coat of paint. Frank Dickerson, of Fulton Co., an ex student in the Oberlln School of Telegraphy, is learning lue office work under Mr. Towne. Frank Do'jsou, of Wellington, was visit ing at Mrs. Colemsn's over Sunday. Mrs. J. Murrr, of Wellington, wss visiting at her frthcr ln. law's John Murry, over Sunday. The 124th Regiment will hold tholr annual reULlon at this place August 23 anb 23. Amatiub. LORAIN. The June and Lake flies haye left us In peace; excursion toNIajraria Falls, July 29, ' yla, Steamer Keweenaw, fare for round trip (3.25, starting from Lorain and returning Vuly 31st Prot FrosU lectures at the Congregational Church draws a large audience, his lecture tast Sunday evenlug, entitled "Our neigh bors from over the sea." The water-works pump house Is nearly completed ready for the finishing Inside Several of cur captains families with invited friends are taking their summer resort np the lakes, enjoying the beauties that surround them. The Brass works bands only work half time, hard times are facing them. It makes be poor people ot this city look sad. Rat. T. U. Warner, the popular lecturer will deliver a lecture in Simpson Chapol at the south end, the evening ot July Kith, lor me benefit of the building fund. Subject Modern ytces, their csuses and cures. The second fire, was the attempt to burn Jennett & Chapman's drug store, but was discovered and the flames checked before much damage was done. Work of lncen -diary. Could the wretch have suffered In the lire. Had the gasoline exploded several Uvea would have been lost, as families occu pied rooms within 25ft of the oil room. The 8d fire of the season was the bouse of H. D. Root, Friday evening. Mrs Root had been setting things away in her china closot and thinks the fire caught from the lamp, destroying all her valuable sliver and china ware before It was discovered. But help came lmmedlatly and assisted in putting out the fire before It enclosed the whole build ing. Homer Esslx and wife, and Fred Gardner, from Penfiold, spent the Sabbath in Lorain. Noal McCoughncy Is spending some time In Shelby, Ocean Co., Mich. SULLIVAN. Mr. M. B. Parmlcynd son Bcnnle are In town. Miss Bessie Luther, of Ashland, was the guest of Miss Birdie Campbell, several days last week. , Mrs. R. L. Lashcls, returned to her borne In Crestline this week, having visited with relatives and friends in Sullivan and West Salem. N. P. Rogers and M. N. Mann, are ou the sick list. The (lire end House families are all Improving. David Wk-trs dropped dead on the 17th Inst, whllo harvesting nt Joseph Garver's, tho cause being heart disease. T!io laJlos of the B.ipllst Church and society, will give a black-berry and Ue cream festival ou Wednesday eve. Cli..rliu J. Chamberlain, returns io Oberlln uuil Jiouday. having tuken four or five we".ks aeatiou in the harvest lield. Kev. C. J. Tunn'ar is expected to be in Sul livan this week. Kev. Mr. llosworth, filled the pulpit In the Congregational Church, Sunday n. m and Dlieliile Church la tho CTeuIng. We linvc received from Richard A. Simlfldd, 12 liiblo House, New York, the following pieces of music: "T.lnine's Grand March,," by Wagner, which is a very effective .ero, written in marked lime, will ndnplwl to torchlight proc vsi-it'us jmd eoieniidis, nnd arranged lor piano or cabinet orpin. Illustrated, v.jlli it really lino iioitri.it of the !. pub lican ctindidnte. . "Our Plumed Knight lends the way Campaign Sung," by Harrison Millard A stirring Republican song. The let of ils kind V'o havo seen. Written by the famous songwriter, IInrri-on 3Iiil ird, author -l "Fl ig of tile Five," "Wiiiting," "When tao Tide Comes in," &c, !cc. ''Leaning o'er Hie Gutc," by Danks, author ol "Silver Threads Among the Gold," nnd over one hundred well-known nnd popular songs. A really good melody, adapted to pretty nnd taking word. Pure to ting itmll'into the hearts of thousands. "Why did they dig. Ma's Grave so Deep ?" by Skelly. A song which hag bad nn immense sale? The melody is sweet and the words Inking. One oi these gongs, which, once heard, arc sure to strike the "hidden clioid." Simple enough to be sung by. a child at a school exhibition, and yet taking enough to be bummed by "grown Each of the aliovo pieces reUil for 40c. at music stores, but the publishers will send the four postpaid for COc, in order to be enabled In this way to compile a sta tistical list of siirb parties as own pianos or organs nnd uso sheet music. Every Letter' Contents. Warsaw, Jefferson Co., Pn. The swelling is nil gone. I nm as w ell and natural as I ever wns before I was enlarged. I am delighted witii Reruns. 8. P. Shaken. My son is still improving in health. Your Perunn Is Just the thing Tor him. W. Bauer, St. Mary's, Pn. The large chronic ulcers of 15 months! standing, are entirely healed. The swell, ing, pain And iudiing have all subsided, the leg is neniea, ami i am penocuy well Perunn is n wonderful remedy. W. M. GniFFrrn, Ashland, Ky. If you desire health and to save money, ask your druggist for Dr. Ilartman's "Ills oi Lire." uu& Courage is a noble trait With some it requires greater courage to live than to die. When disease racks the frame, when sores cover the system, when aches are in every joint, when the muscles are soft and flabby, when tho least exertion gives fatigue, when the mind Is nllcu with gloom and despondency, what is there in tile worth living, and yet many eke out Just such a miserable existence, living only for those who love them. When tt Is generally known that Brown's Iros Bitters will cure the above disorders bow many hearts will bo made glad? How uany homes made nappy t Mr. Frank L. Davis, Delaware, 0-, says: "I have found Brown's Iron Bitters a a comlcte remedy for dyspepsia." Mrs. Nora Huston, Stratford, O., says "I used Brown's Iron Bitters for Impure blood and am cured entirely." Erysipelas and Salt Rheum was driven enlirely away from Mrs. J. C. Anderson Pcshtlgo. Wis, by Burdock Blood Bittors. o equal as a blood puriner. Gold Is excellent for filling dectyod Teeth; but"Teaoerry" prevents tho uecu' !fe makes them while, and makes peo lovable. 81 There is Nothing grows, or Is made, on the face of this earth to make one feel like work or play, to aid digestion, clear out Liver, regulate our Bowels, like Zo-pe-sa. 81U Vnr rimiimntlam. T.nmhftffO. NeuraltflS. rirumn tml rnlift Ihprfl la no rpmfifl V Supe rior to tho genuine Dr. Thomas Electric Oil. The Century Magazine. THE JULY CEHTUBY Contains a remarkable contribution to United States history in "The Ku Klux Klan; its origin, growth and disband ment," by the Rev. D. L. Wilson, of Pulaski, Tcnn., who vouches for bis facts, most of which are new to the public, and will prove a revelation to many who con sider themselves well informed on all the outgrowths of the late conflict, in the South. This paper also hirnlshes the text for the leading editorial, in "Topics of the Time." The frontispiece is an engraving from a full-length photograph of John Bright, ac companying a cnretul and discriminating estimate by T. II. S. Escolt, editor of "The Tortulghtly Review." Mr. Escott includes in hie article several amusing and char acteristic anecdotes of the great English radical. "The scenes of Hawthorne's Romances,"1 are described in a chatty way, with pertinent quotations, by Julian Hawthorne, and they are charmingly illu strated by Harry Fenn.among the pictures being several of "Tho Wayside," and "The Old Manse." In "Topics of the Time" ore editorials on "The advertising power of a good nnmc," "Dishonesty in commerce nnd politics." "Open letters" contains brief popular essays and sketches of "Recent American Poetry," "Tlio minister nnd the music," by Rev. Dr. Charles S. Robin son; "The study of acting in Paris," by Juliet M. Everts; "Shall we have nn Amer ican Conservatory V" by F. II. Sargent, of tlio Madison Square theatre, etc. There nro poems by the late Irwin Russell, John Ynnco Cheney, Cliuih-s de Kay, Will Wallace Harney, nnd others. In "Ihic-o-Brac," besides humorous and society verse by W. AV. Fink, Wuher Learned, W. A. Croll'ut, and others, are tome drawings by Thackeray. f. Mellows for July. It is a brilliant number, which tiiouUl arouse the interest und enthusiasm of every patriotic American girl nnd by. The number opens with, "How the Tories broke up 'meeting,' " by Emma W. Dcmeritt, a spirited (.ketch of' revolution ary times. "A Fourth of July among the Indians" tells ol a mixlern celebration of our national holiday, on the plains, by a largo company of the nation's wnds; tlio author, W. P. Hooper, writes amusingly, and bus illustrated it at once futhl'ully, humorously and profusely. An interesting nn valuable contribution is the story of Ricliatd Lord Jones, "The youngest soldier of the revolution," by W. W.Crnnnell; it is accompanied by a lac simile engraving of a three-dollar bill pre sented to the hero by Mrs. Martha Wash ington. In "Xabby Itlackingtou," Virginia L. Townsend nptly versifies a bright touch of nature, nn incident of the march to Con. cord. E. S. Brooks falls into lino with the boyhood biography of "Stephen Van Rensselaer ol Renssclaerswyeki the boy patroon," the "Historic Boy" who nobly supported the cause ol independence, the success of which was to strip him of all his hereditary rights and honors. All in the Line of Nature. There is nothing' in the line ot magic or mystery nlxutt that wonderful nnd pop ular medicine, Parker's Tonic. It Is simply the best and most scientilic combi nation possible of the essential principles of those vegetable curatives which net powerfully and directly on the stomach, liver. kidoe and bloJd. But there nei ther is, nor will be, any succis.-1'ul imita tion ot it. It is all the time curing those who have despaired of ever getting well. t or yourself, your wue ami cmwren. una, -m- - Real Estate Transfers. 8 n Hlnkwlee to E W SMealf prt of lot WOlK-rlm J 2,850 9 rrctnlce to i 8 Whitney lot S Uing- bsmiJtun 2,800 M Knot to T Poland part of lot 8 Wdlitg- ton .. 451 Geo Bacon to Geo A Uallie acres Brou n- helm 4,000 Win M Dramau trustee to K C Vauermun Lorain '. SO R C Vsncrman to R C Vsnermau lots IS, 19, Sjumbdlf block JLomiu 1,800 Thos Connor et si to Annie Price nart of lot 144 eut of river Elrria . 1.8U0 A A Whitbeck to Uomcr Allvn Wellington 1.U0S TWO HORSE CIIAmPlON BINDER. ,mWiswsv.irr"" - - . .... . , The Lightest uunning, uesi jinue, juom. """ '' . " : f angle steel butter-bar, mower guards and pitman, canvas runs close to knife; size of a a a I I III III III H m lull, nt.! ij . ... . , i t Tie only llinaer mauo uiui tne unvor u lnri.M t 1 U Inches without stonpinir the r .-Til d .bnndta t mehin. I t) superior pointt; also mv lull line of MOWerS, SUIKV i'lOWS, ucarea w lnumiiis, riuvwuwa, i3 carriers, Grain Drills, . Ana tne db XLIUl IIIO l""" Ore TQWlTSEJ3:J3t 0 : . ) Wolllngton, O. QrnG Hanover, O., Feb. 13, 1884. ' After having lung fever and pneumonia I had dreadful cough and could not sleep at night. The doctors told me I had con sumption and would die. I have taken six bottles of Piso's Cure and my cough is entirely gone and I am well as ever. 2t)tl8 Emklinb Ford. An Ordinance. A GENERAL PROVI8ION.-PER80NS CON VICTED TO PAY C08T8. BE IT ORDAINED by the Village Council of the Village of Wellington : Sao. I. That In all caaea wherein any person la found iruilltv of violating any ordinance of the Village and la fined, he aliall be adjudged also to pay all the costs made In tho case. 810. II. This ordinance "hall take effect and be In force from and after Its paaaage and legal publication. Passed July 14, 1884. W. B. Weak, Mayor. R. N. Goodwik, Clerk. m An Ordinance. CARRIAGES, CAH8 AND OMNIDU8E8. LICENSING BAME. BE IT ORDAINED by tha Village Council of the Village of Wellington: Bsc. I. That the Mayor may, at hli discretion, license any trnatwortny penon of the age of twenty-one yearn, who la not a roxldont or the Villago, to hire out or keep for hire or line, or cause to be uncd for hire iu tUo trausportation of pernona wltlilu the village to plaeua without, or from placoa without to places withlu said village, or from places within said village, any llackuey Carriage, Cab or Omnibus. Hr.c. II, Each person, not a snltahle resldont of said village, on obtaining a license, shall pay the sum of live dollars (?:l perdny, for each and every Carriage, Cab or Omnibus, which he may at any time place on the public stand or run as a public conveyance wltlilu tlio village. Sue. III. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions or this ordinance, or who shall fail or neglect to comply with tlio requirements there of shuli, upon conviction, pay a line not less than live (J.i), nor nioro man iwuiity uonara ijao ami lliu costs of the proseeutlou. UMi Sue. IV. This ordinance (bull tako efleet and bi. In force from and ufler its paasago nud legal piililieutiim. Passed July 14, 181. W. It. WEiX, Mavor. It. N. Goonwix, Clerk. WM. Notice. THE STATE OF OHIO, I IN" THE POfRT OK Lorain Colnty, ss I CO.U.MON PLEAN. HEM A J- MINNICK Plaintiff, Aguiust JOHN M1XXICK Defeuilunt PETITION FOII DIVORCE, rpbe defendant Is hereby uotilleil thai Iho pluin I tilt'above turned, hns Weil iu the-):tire of Iho Clerk ol said Court, her p.-lition for Divorce. Sho elliir'.'es (be Defe.lldllUt with lleillg w illfully absent fiom her, fur more ib:iu three yenrs Inst, pat. She ai-ks for alimony. Suld charge will lie foi beniiiiL' nt the next term of said Court, which will be lie hi; n at Hie Court House, iu lilj ria ou the JOtb day of October next. llyj. II. DICKSON, nits An y for Petinner. Why suffer with ustlnna when Hill's Peerless Cough byrup will relieve you. Van Schmidt, Stevenson &, Co., 0i Luke Street. 1'or Side by Geo. A. Schroeder. THE IvlAHIISTG : Wellington, O., July 30, lSSj. Chreso. The market in firm uud steady. Trice ol average grades CJ cents; firm quality 7 cents, boxed. Shipments fiiii Wekk Emh.no Jitv 28th. Cheese. .3.7C4 boxes 110.419. ..pounds. Butter 412 pkgs 24,010 pounds. Gi ulu. Flour uud Toed. ConllECTBD BT WBI.LI.VOTO!! Millihu Co. Flour, per sack (40 n.s)..1.50 1.73 liuckwh't llour.pcrcwt. 5.00 .... (iridium flour, per cwt.. 3.00 .... Corn meid, per twt 1.45 2.00 Chop, per cwt 1.40 .... MiddliuL's.percwt 0.95 1.33 Shorts, per cwt 0.95 1.35 Bran, per cwt W) .00 Oil Mcnl, per cwt 1.75 Clover Seed, per bush.. 5.00 6.50 Timothy Seed, per bush. 1.30 1.00 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.55 0.05 Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.55 0.C5 Outs, per bush 0.35 0.42 Wheat,.... 0 b5 .... Hay, per ton..; 8.00 00.00 HUH " FlarSeed 1.20 1.23 General Produce. CORRXCTBO BT 13 ALOW IK, LACNPOH CO. Butter, dairy, per lb.. ..JO. 15 .... Butter, creamery, per B.. 0.20 0.22 Chickens.dresaed.perlb. 0.08 0.10 Epcs, perdoz 0.15 Ifcif, per cwt 6.00 7.00 Hum, smoked, per n. . . 0.10 0.12 Potatoes, per bush 0.75 1.00 Apples, ereen.per bush. 0.40 0.05 Apples, dried, per B.... 0.05 .... Tallow, per B 0.00 Hides, per B, 0.00 ... Wool per B. 0.25 0.80 t)..i:..i.1a v...i.,of tn nnnrAlA Haft an mi wfip oi ui hub, intiunitv rhism Him r.nt from about 16 ---s- - team or leaving tlwsoat. Can be drawn by being all In gear. Call and examine these TT UW, OUiuvawiB, xxav 0, " Elm Trees Wanted. We want a few good elm trees. Parties having them for sale will do as a favor by leaving word at our office, W. H SAUTLEY & CO. 20tf ' Kemp's Balsam for the. Throat and Lungs. It is curing more cases of CoUghB, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles, than any other medicine. The proprietor has authorized II. G. Starr & Co. to refund your money if, after taking three-fourths of a bottle relief is not obtained. Faice 50 cts. tritd size free. lOtl c CALL ON 1. VM agio A Full Line of everything in Groceries.' Host Qualities, Lovrsst 2,033. THE NEXT 30 D We will sell white km mm mm goods at grer.tly reduced prices to close. Also our stock of Lawns for 5 Cents per Yard. PLAIN AND MCE BMTINGS O rto r OK r-to voo-iiIot irrino 1 9. 1 -9 tr 7 1 -9 Your attention is called to our Table of Cheap Dress Goods in Plain Mixed and Taney Shades, at prices less than first cost. These Goods must be sold to make room for our Fall Stock. Now is the time to buy. Our stock of . iSXJlsXEEK SILKS, We intend to close out at a very low price. This includes Stripes, Checks, and the Change able Colors. We have a full and Complete Line of Black Silks in Brocades, Ottomans, Surrahs, Satins, Stripes, . &c, at prices that cannot be beat It will be for your interest to examine them before purchasing. We always keep a Full Line of Cottons, Table Linens, Towels, Crashes, &c, and in fact everything a housekeeper needs at Rock Bottom Prices. Our Mire Stock of Parasols at Cost. Now is . the time to Buy Ribbons. We have a mixed lot of Ribbons that we are , selling, with the remnants, at 5 cts. per ' v yard, which are very chep. . Call and examine the goods we nave named, and you will be convinced that we mean what we say.v . , ' Baldwin, Laimdon, Windcckcr & Co In the Future When you have a cough and want relief think of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. A. guaranteed remedy lor those diseases. Price 80 cents. Trial size free of II. 6. Starr & Co. Don't Look Like a Wreck. "When a man is going down hill every body is ready to give him a kick." Yes, that Is so. It is sad, but natural. Why, many a man and woman, seeking employ, ment, would have got it if their hair hadn't been so thin and gray. One bottle of Par ker's Hair Balsam is then the best invest ment. It stops falling hair, promotes new , growth and restores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a dyo: A great improve ment over any similar preparation, and sold at the low price of 50c. 81t4. AND SEE HISJ Gofee Boaster! If m . r,. m ATS our stock of llll Ml i i '! I "J . :