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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. APRIL U, 1886. Soott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver OH, with Hypophoaphltes, IB RKMAKKABLK AS A FLK8H PBODUOKR. The Ini'rensu of lleh anil strength la perceptible iininediiitely after coinineii cIiik to line the KinuUlon. Tim Cod Liver Oil emulsified wltb the Hypo- jhospliites la most reiiiHrkaola for lt leallng, strengthening, and fle-li pro duuing quulitli's. 13 4 A noet writes: "Thn devil Krone from liil little bed, wa-hed ills face and con. bed tils head." 1'Hrdon us if we ask where In hell he got his water. k Walking Skeleton. Mr. E. Springer, ot Mechanlcsburg, Pa., writes: ''I was atllicted with lung lover and alrcess op lunzs, and reducrd to a walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery forCunavmip tion, which did me so ruoeli good that I bought a dollar bottle. After using three bottles, found myself once mora a man, completely restored to health with a hearty appi-iiie, with a pain in flesh of 48 lbs.'' Cull at Wooster & Adiims' drug store and get a free trial liottle of this certain cure for all lung distunes. li.it fa bottles f 1.00 iri-l 1 houxanda bay 'ot. Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes: "1 never hesitate to recommend your Elec tric Bitters to my customers, they give entire satisfaction and are rapid sellers." Electric Hitters are the purest and best meilii ne known and will posnvely cure 'il Iney and liver complaints. Purify the MihiiI and regulate tlio bowels. o lainliy can alliird to lie without tliein. Thev will pavt- hundreds of (lullara in doctor bids OM-iy ye-ir. ScM at BO cents a bottle by V oonli.r a Adams. l.jyl-B l!ti('klrn''8 Arnica Salve. Tho best naive in the world for cuts, bruisus, sores, ulcers, salt rlieiiii, lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, cliilulHlns, corns and all skin eruptions, and positive ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money retunded. trice 25 cents per dox. For Sale by Wooster & Adams. 16vl Bad Breath can be corrected with Simmons Liver Kegulator. It is particularly adapted to the stomach, correct! ne acii'.lty, de stroying foul gases and allatlng Inflam mation. Take, after eatl"g, a half- tftt'lesioonful, it assimilates with the food and ensures perfect digestion, without which bd breath must ensue By lack of pen air exercise, and the want of sufficient care in the matter of diet, the whole physical meobanism becomes Impaired during the winter. Ayer's Sarsaparllla is the proper reme d t tU in the aurlnir of the rear to purify the blood, excite the liver to action ana restore neaiin ana vigor. Hall's Hair Kenewer renews, cleans es, brightens, and Invigorates toe hair and restore laded or gray iiair to Its youthful color and lustre. People with gray hair should u-e the Rcnewer, and thus conceal iroin ine worm tneir bleached locks and advancing age. M. L. Blair, Alderman ilh Ward, O . ... ..,t V O U1. tla .j had usert Ha. .Thunua' Electric Oil for ' epraius, burns, uuts, bruiaes aud rheu tuatlsin. numi every lime. A husband should never judge the warmth of his wife s love by the cold ness of her reet. A friend In deed a real etuto agent QTJALiOTZED. J.D.K stchum & Co. Cleveland, 6 Ohio, offer i-irnt Mortinure Farm LOAnaln lowa,Minn.,Uakotaanl eh., txilli I'mxciraiend lxtr.a kst 1 1 v H ntk r.D. made and nemo. I inlet livthfl Akkricak Iwrna r0 mknt Co., of Eminetihurif. Iowa. AlsoO percent. Debenture Bonds, of Hiiine noinniiy.runniDff lflyears Q iwihmI liy Mortinure loans dtp" .!ilrd with Mkhcantili Tki'st Co. CTTISTlCZCTS.of n. y, W rile tor circular. The "Domestic!" The new line of Attaohmonts with each Domestic are specialties. No other machine has them. These and the new Woodwork make the 'Domestic" the Acknowledged Standard of Excollenco. S. P. HASTINGS, Agent, WELLINGTON, OHIO. Rooms and Office In Benedict's Block. Firs & Marine Insurance Co, Btti or Osio, I OoLuanui, January , lata. ) I, ntNBT i. BEIHMVND, fop.rinlrnif-t.tof In. euranro tli fltete of Ohio, dolirrrlir certify that In HprlnnltKld Klreand Marin liiiiimit Company, localitd rSnrlnl)"M, In tli Sul of Maclnilt. haa comnlie.1 In all mpwii with tin liwi of tola etata, relating to Inauranc Compani, other tliaii Life, Incorporated by othr Slate of th United Stale, and la atitliorlxed to tranaect tie appropriate uualnaaa of KIRK lNHCKANlja In tbl StaU. la acrordenr with law, during, tha currant year. Tba condition and hiialnaa of aald Companron III thirty Aral day of lMnilir, of th yaar pracrdlni th data heraof, I liown b th atafnifuf. ondrr oath, re quln d br (tetion Hi, lUtiwd StalulM ot Ohio, to I aa follow i , , , i Ar-l. tmmint nt Tallat.li- AlMt,. . jU,K0,M M agnri-iiat amount nf llahllltlM, (ltpt capital I, Includiuf n-luauraao, I.,M4 tit KIAtau. ,4lil,Ml Amount of aotuitl paid up Capital,,, l.iM.aii M Huiplu ,' tlo.MJSJ Amount of Inron for tb rttr in ehiub, l,jl,tet 1 Amount of ipaadllurst (or th arln , h i,M,WU In WltnM whmof. I hm hmntilo ii!erlb mr !- 1 nam. nd eauaad mj otn lal HmI to b Ssu I aoiiad, Ui day and yaar Ant a bora written. ) HKNaV J, HKINMUNO. 8uprlntndat ot Iniuraao. D.J. PECK, Agent at Elyria, Unio. J7SGETASLE FILLS II Seoitr Etialthy utlon (to th Urn aUldNUTaUbUV Jona tronblaa. tup TsfttoUit HiOrtpln. rrK. AllSrsxiitlSi UK How Non-Partisan Prohibitionists are Controlled. The Wasliington Sentinel, brew ers' National organ, says: "No leading Democrat in the South raises his voice in favor of perse cuted liberty, which is now being crushed out; not a Democrat op posed Blair's bill providing for a National commission of inquiry into the effects of the liquor tramo nor against Senator Colquit's bill to prohibit the liquor traffic in the District of Columbia, and the con sequence will be a Republican House in the next Congress." Why? Because the managers of the liquor sellers' organization know they hold the balance of power in Ohio, Indiana, West Va., Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, New Jersey, ana JNew xork, ana, by the votes they control, can turn either or all these States, Repub lican or Democratic, and thus car ry the presidential election. The liquor dealers said in 1884 that the next president would be a Democrat. How did they know? Thev knew that they could control votes enough in eight close states to carry them, and but for iur. Blaine s prostrating himself at the feet of the rum power and eating dirt by going back on some of tho finest sentiments ho ever uttered, Cleveland would have hud tho electoral votes of several more states. The Republican party of the close states had bid so high for tho temperance vote that the liquor men made them get down and beg before they would yield them any of the close states; and now the managers of the liquor dealers' organization have only to notify the liquor dealers in some twenty close Democratio congres Bional districts to throw their votes for the Republican candidcte and the next Lower House is Repub lican. In nearly all the Southern States the Democratic majority is so large that the liquor dealers know they cannot win by threats of par ty defeat, so they resort to that masterly strategy they know so well how to use, not having any politics or principles of their own, and say to the Democratio Nation al Committee: "You must stop this Democratio prohibition in the South, or we'll make you;" and so the Democratic National Commit tee send word to the leaders of their party in the South, saying: "You just say to the officers, whose business it ia to enfoice the pro hibition laws, that they are only to seem to enforce them, but re quire more testimony to convict; leave every man unhurt; go through the forms, but see that it don't prohibit, and thus bring the law into disrepute and it soon becomes a dead-letter, or is re pealed; our business is prosper ous; personal liberty is vindicated, and your party carries the presi dential election in 1888." Thus, you see, the same policy as used towards the Republicans in the last campaign with regard to the strong Republican states of Iowa and Kansas. Liquor dealers are coercing counties and states through the needs of the National Democratic party. "Do this," they say, "or the next House will be Republi can and you lose the next presi dency." In the year 1881 and '8:) from thirteen to fifteen congressmen didn't do tho bidding of tho liq uor dealers to their satisfaction; their names were handed to Mr. Schado, the liquor dealers' Na tional counsel at Washington; ho sent them to the saloon men in their several districts, and every one was defeated at the following election. No doubt he has already sent the names of twenty Demo cratic congressmen in closo dis tricts to the liquor dealers of their several districts with orders for their defeat, which will give the next congress to the Republicans. As the parties are now divided,the 200,000 liquor dealers are able to control the destinies of . the Na tion. ' ' Republican temDerance men of the North, how do you like it? How long do you propose to wear this yoke ? How long do you pro pose to be a tool in the hands of the worst element in tho country and stultify your better natures at the command of this insolent, little 200,000 of Satan's imps? Democrats of the South, Prohibi tion Democrats, you knew what Negro slavery wbb; you begin to know what party slavery is; how long do you propose to bear the lash of the whiskey dealers? Has the pride for which you have been noted all oozed out of you, or how long before you will be ready to unite with us of the North in an anti-liquor party, and thus drive all the liquor men and their sym pathizers into the other, or liquor party, and all good temperance men into ours? Then the color line will be lost sight of; section alism will be forgotten; no North, no South; great and good men will be solidly arrayed on one side, and the liquor sellers, law-Dreaners, corrupt office-seekers and their friends on the other; there nobody doubts the result, our country is saved. E. s Prohibition Impracticable. Plato compared the good man to one who seeks shelter from a cyclone. Beholding the prevalen cy of wickedness, and being una ble to resist it effectually, he con tented himself with self-preservation. "Nothing," he said, "could be rigidly enforced by man on earth, until he is vested with omnipo tent power." He had much pleasure in the abstract contemplation of his phil osophy, but not much faith in its practical influence. Socrates de clared the vanity of all hopes of reforming the world without in terposition of God. So, in all ages, men, with idealistic notions of reform, have grasped alter ai miehtv power to enforce them. Before the Rebellion and the abol ition of slavery, a little man who may yet be sometimes seen on the streets of Wellington, wished God would delegate to him his prerog ativo of omnipotent power, so he could go down South and kill the slave-holders. Slavery was killed, but Got I did not give the little man almighty power for thut pur pose. He had ordained that slav ery should be "Shot to death by the million guns of the Repub lic," and the small man, being ex empt from military duty, was not even privileged to fire one of the guns. Now comes "E. S-," the St. Paul of Wellington prohibition, and wishes to be changed into a tem perance Gabriel, with a supernat ual voice, "sufficiently starting," piercing, thrilling, pealing, roll ing, deep-Bearchiug, far-winding, and loud-sounding, so that its re verberations would arouse the world to a sense of the impending dangers of the liquor traffic. "Men would be as gods," and all wish "E. S." could be changed into a prohibition angel with a thunder toned voice; but, like Plato, his philosophy is impracticable, and the most he and all of us can do is to "content ourselves with self preservation," for temperance is an optional and individual mat ter, and hence all God ever has done is to command the sinner to repent and go ia out o tho cy clone, rrohibition ever has been and is ' A bird of psssage t gone as soon as lound ; Now In the uiooo, perhaps, now under ground." The prohibition theory, al though beautiful, has in it too much of the element of force. Force may murder, may make li ars and hypocrites, but cannot make man believe, what he does not believu, and has no bus iness to make him eat what he does not want to eat, or drink what he does not want to drink. No government can meddle with the individual taste of its millions of citizens so much as to enforce the positive virtues of temperance in the thousand-fold complica tions of life. That would bo im possible and government has no business to command impossibili ties. This truth kills prohibition, and is why political platforms de clare against "sumptuary legis lation." The liquor traffic is a bono of politieul contention, only because it is to bo watched and restrained. The majority said last fall, "Eter nally regulated" and taxed. That is alwut all the world has ever been able to do or can do, until tho milleuiuni dawns, aud then prohibition will be a fixed fact; now it is only a crazy chase after tho goose that laid the golden egg. Democuat. AMERICAN Fire Insurance Co. Stats or Oinn, INHURANCK DKPAKTatENT,' Com nan, January , IMS, ) t. HENRY J. REIN M UNO. S,i,rlr,l,lmt M la. nranittof th Hlat of Ohio, do horrliy irrtlfr that h American tin InaiiraiK Company. lotaUd at I nna.Kipina, in in ntala ol ranniylTalila, haa com ellad In all rMpacta with th lawa of thla State. r. latlne to llituranr Companlm, othar than LI fa, ilicorporatad hy othar Slat. of tli I'nltnl Mlatea, ami laauthorlxml to tranaact It appropriate iMmlnen of ri kBlNHUHANUH In till State, In accordant, with law, ilarlne the current year. The condition nd Ixialn-aaof aal.l Company on the thlrty-Srat day of UeramlHir, of th year neit prvredln; the dat lieraof, la thown by th atateuient, under oath, re lulred f Hwtloa tot, BerlMHl Slaiulee of Ohio, to b a followet A nrreeat amnnnt of aTallaM aaarl tl,l,OJ OS AsKrecat amount of Hal, lllllet. (eicopt epltal), Includluf re-lnaurauce, l,orn,mI Net AMI IH7.MI U amount of actual paid op Capital i,u in Morphia..., 4;.l I Amount of Ineom for th year In caah., 1,M),MJSUI Amount of Aipundlturae for th year In cah M,M M fa Wltnaea whereof, I hare hareontn an bar r I lied my Ii nam anS ranted my ohlrlal Seal to be Hial I aUIuditbedayandyearflritalHiTewrlltcn. ) IIKNHY jf. HKINMUNU, Bupartutcndvntuf luaurauc. D. J. TECK, Agent at Elyhia, Outo. A PRIZE. Send fli cents forpoataoe, and reuvlv free, a coatly bos of fooda which will help yoa in more money ngni awar than anvtliln alae I Uila World. All, of either aei, sncceed Irom Aret hour. The broad road to fortuno opena before the worker, alieolutrly iur. alt once addnw, Tus Uo Au stin Main. AP I PT 10 eeats poatate, anil we will ll I ST B mall tOU fee a Mural, v-ln-hla. aantnla I " V 1 boa of food that will put you In (he wyor parking more money at onie, than anything vm miinrio. notn aei, or ail eg' an lire a home and work In aparo tuna. or all Ih time. Capita not required. W will alert yon. Immena pay fo Uiom who Hart at one. S ti us on 4 Co.. l'ortlsod, H THE YULEE FAMILY. How th Dcsoeodant of Grand Vlsler Booame an American Senator. Florida Herald.J A statement of the origin and history of this family, from a Washington corre spondent, has been so widely quoted by the press, and particularly la the Btate of Florida, with whose history Hon, David S. Yulee Is so closely Identified, that we vio late no privacy by some corrections and by the statement of additional facts, which are obtained from the most authentlo sources. Sons of eu elder cltlsens can confirm them. The statement that the grandtather of Mr. Yulee was Grand Vlxier ot Morocco, and that he detected a conspiracy of his son to dethrone him, is correct. Upon the succession of the son to the throne the Grand Vlsler was not beheaded, but knowing well what fate would be re served for him, he fled with his family to Gibraltar. The family consisted ot a son and daugh ter, Mosei E. and Rachael. The Grand Vlsler, died in Gibraltar. Upon his death Moses and his sister emigrated to the Island of St. Thomas in the West Indies. While living here, the Island was visited by Mr. Joshua Bee Ellsha, who fell in love with the beautiful Rachel. He was, how ever, compelled to adopt the patriarchal term of ordeal, and waited seven years. His fidelity having been thus proved, Rachel married him. The meaning of Ben Ellsha Is "son of Elisha," which, according to the Jewish Talmud, was the Hebrew name of the Apostle Paul. The genealogy of certain Jewish families, however, as beloniring to the "Sepbanlin," or learned men, Is trace able to a i;iater antiquity than the Eu ropean nobility, who only dote from the Crusades. Anions them are the families of d'lsraeli, d'Acosta and Bon Elisha. The Ben Elisha family assumed the more eu phonious spelling of Ben Lisa, of which one member resides in the Btate of Flor ida. Moses E. Levy married Miss Abendanon, aJowish lady, In England. He moved from St. Thomas to Florida about the year 1815 wltb his son, David L. Levy. He was a gentleman of excellent position and of lltirary accomplishments, and received several grants from the Spanish Govern ment. He died In St. Augustine in i860, and is buried there. Upon arriving at his majority his son bad his name changed by act of the Legis lature of Florida to the original name of the family, Yulee. The principal cause of the change to Levy was apprehension of the vengeance of the Government of Moroo go, which had interdicted the entrance of any member of the family Into Morocco on pain of death. The Grand Vlsler was a Moor by birth and ancestry, and educated In the Moham medan creed. Bring a ma a of studious habits, he became a convert to the Hebrew faith, and transmitted his own convictions to his descendants, many of whom have been marked by a similar inquisltiveness Into spiritual beliefs, and a similar inde pendence in their assertion. Early in the century Senor Monsanto, Spanish gentleman visited the palaces which had been owned by the Grand VI tier in Tripoli, Tunis, Tetuan, Mogadora, Halee aad ,, and described them as be ing specimens of mammoth magnificence in architecture and embellishment, the walls covered with wainscotting and pan els of mahogany and other costly woods, Inlaid in the marquetry In silver and gold. When Mr. Yulee married Miss Wycliffe, a daughter of the Postmaster-General of the United States, she was one of the belles and beauties of Washington City. She was a noble specimen of the blue-grass region of Kentucky, of commanding height and figure, with features of beautiful con tour. Her manners were gracious, simple and engaging. Her children have Inherit ed much of the grace and beauty of the mother, with the Intellectual traits of the father. They are the great-grandchildren of a Moorish Vlsler of the Emperor of Morocco, the grandchildren of a dis tinguished member of the United R La tee Cabinet, and the children of a United States Senntor. They combine the Arab blood In that ot the Hebrew and English cavalier. A GHOSTLY COFFIN. It tluiinta the Honf nf a Wt Virginia Rouse In Wet tVeat her. Wheiiln (W. Va.) "pedal. J On a promimmt street In this city, daily paused by hiinilrod of people, there stands a two-story brick building, arouud which cliiiKi an air of mystery which renders it un object of curiosity to the entire neigh borhood, and which affords to those in clined to bo superstitious an unfailing source of weird and blood-chiUiug stories. The building is an old one, having been orui'ted some forty years ago, and Is at present occupied by a Uoruian laborer and bis fuinlly, In whose composition a dread of the supernatural appears to have no part. The roof of their domicile Is an old style peaked one, and upon the sMe facing the street there may be seen faintly when the weather Is dry, but very prominent whon rain Is fulling, the suggestive out lines of a full-sized coffin. This grim reminder of the fate which must finally overtake all stands with its foot toward the eave and Its head to the comb or apex, and from tba opposite side walk assumes on sunny, bright days, a somewhat reddish tinge. When the roof becomes wet with fallin? rain the outlines bei'ome more distinct, and In heavy storms It stands forth as prominently as though printed In jet black Ink upon virgin paper. For many years this unpleasant object baa been visible, no one being able or willing to solve the mystery with which it is sur rounded. Once the owner of the premises caused the shingles of the root to be re moved and replaced with new ones, in the hope of thus getting rid of the sign of the grave. Tor a time be seemed to have been successful, but one day, during a heavy rain, a passing pedestrian familiar with the story glanced at the roof, and there, faint yet perfect, was the old coffin. Since that time the impression has gradually be come more distinct, nntil It Is now as bright as before. People in the neighborhood talk vagaely about a mysterious disappearance aad a probable murder years ago, bnt of fhls nothing definite can be learned. ' Cer tain It is, however, that many believe the outline of the coffin is not ot human origin, and that it silently marks the spot where on crime In some form or other was un questionably committed. There are no less than seventy-fire Astec ruins In the Salt river valley, Call tenia, besides the old canals and water ways of ths Astec people. El. lUlcGillm k Co, We put in last Sunday's papers an or Housekeepers to our -AND Upholstery GOODS and explaining how wo were able to under sell any EXCLUSIVE in this city. Monday, Tuesday and yester day the crowd of buyers were larger than we could attend to. We wish to impress on every one that the great cut we have made on CARPETS is not for a day or so, but for this entire season. We are making prices that surprise competitors as well as the trade. Samplea famished when requested. All goods ordered by mail for which the cash accompanies the order will be forwarded free to any part of the United States. Small packages go by mail, packages under 50 pounds, by express; larger boxes by freight. E. M. McGillin & Co. CLE YE LAND, OHIO. TSm FIRM, NEW GOODS AND HEW PRICES! -XIOT cSC PETZ5S, Successors to Hoyt & Woolley, will continue business at the old stand on the north side of Mechanic Street, where will be found a large assortment of Furniture, all of the very latest designs, consisting of Lounges, Patent Rockers, Cane, Rattan and Carpet Chairs, Upholstered Goods and Bedroom Furniture, All to bo Sold at Exceedingly LOW PRICES. UXTDERTAXSIUG We also eHppcially call your attention to our New Zinc Burial Case. It is proviilfid witli heavy rubber pneking, rendering it Self-Sealing and perfectly Air-Tight. Tho Casket embraces every feature claimed for by manufacturers of Iron Caskets, and presents a more beautiful and finished appearance. Frices very reasonable. Give us a call. m Mm I ; I .... I III"" ' I I a .7 . . - I iJTl ' J PIONEER PREPARED PAINTS mixed ready for use, manufactured from pure white lead and zinc finely ground in linseed oil. Put up in and 1-gallon cans. Sold on a three-year's uarantee. For sale by HOYT & PETERS. At Furniture Store. advertisement calling the attention 9 CARPET HOUSE A SPECIALTY". HOYT & PETERS. Best in the World Will outwear tin or shingles Easily applied. Will not rot or rust. Complete materials for a new roof costs but . $3.00 per hundred square ft O.A. FAVEL, Lorain Co. Agent, Oberlin, 0. . Bead for Circular, layl-spr ,'8Sl Mention This Paper ' -v. ' . V'