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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, ' M A 15. 1689.
Last will ot John J Langdon.decd.of Eaton, admitted to probate. Ellen 8 Lang don qualified a executris. , Annie Vawey admr ol Chas Varaej, deed, filea petition for order to sell land ; rder made.aale made, confirmed and deed ordered. , Edward Narsey appointed guardian ol AttAvtM v&rftAv. ft minors Samuel Squire appointed guardian of Cecil P Squire. Nuncupative will of Polly Morgan, deceased, late of Carlisle admitted to probate. Last will of John Prltchard, deed, late of Elyrla, admitted to probate, and John a t t Winkles Qualify as executors. Widow elects tinder the will. j a niduon aDDolnted admr or estate . u;u W.,luorth. deceased, late of VI Bluv , , . Wlllnirton. win 7rh Enaiirn. decessed. late of Elyrla, admitted to probate and Calvin CiMirn oualifled as executor. Last will ol Albert H Gandern, deceased l.t.nf Rivria. admitted to probate and widow elects under the will. Frank Baker charted with assault and v.iBrt nlful ffulltr and sentenced to Cleveland workhouse for 30 days -nd abtnd nommttied until costs are paid. Last will of Joseph Neseua, deceased, late of Amherst, admitted to probate and A K Stlwald appointed executor. John Rose appointed administrator with will annexed of estate of Samuel Ruse, Uta of Camden. Last will ad mitted to probate. Notes from Other Towns HKDIN'A. IDC UdlCUHua ...... . - bvJudce Lewis on Saturday. The testi mony disclosed the f.ict that the plulntiff a fair acd handsome young girl, had been badly deceived by a miserable and worth less scoundrel. The parties to the suit were married in LitcbuVld about four Tears aeo and the hut band a snort time afterward deserted bis young wife. A de eree was granted on the grounds of will ful absence . . .The motion In the Garrett case will be heard by the Supreme Court on next Thursday. May 16. The motion mbodiesthe sams objections made in the trial in Common Pleas last fall. . . .A freight train on the C L& W went through bridge near Haynard Friday night Con doctor Gordon was fatally hurt and two brakemen were also badly injured. It de layed the running of trains for some time ... .J Pardee Chapman, a former resident of Medina, and well anownto some ot our older business men, committed suicide In Hew York last Saturday. lie had been Jn business In that ciiy for over twenty years. .. .Lightning rod swindlers got in their werk on Mr Benjamin, of Bennett's corners last woek. Mr Benjamin saw ? through the swindle betore the rascals had gone too far, and be effected a compro mise by paying them 0S....The little on of John Csnavan was shot just under the eye with a rubber gun on Wednesday by a playmate. The ball bad to be cut out Gazette. ELYRIA. The Lorain County Bar Association held Its annual meeting on Monday last, and re-elected all its old officers except treas urer. Geo H Chamberlain, Esq , Its form er treasurer, having removed to Milwau kee, P II Boy n ton was elected to fill the vacancy. The association took measures to secure a aw library by adopting a con stitution and by-laws of the Lorain County Law Library Association, with a capital stock of $3,000, divided Into shares of ten dollars each. Any member of the bar In Ohio la eligible to membership, on becom ing the owner of five shares of the stock aad the payment of an annual fee of $2. The members subscribed 3S0 of the stock and the legal charter being already pro cured, they proceeded to elect the fol lowing officers: For trustees, E Q Johnson, L McLeaa,P H Boynton, D J Nye and J II Dickson. The trustees organized by elect ing E G Johnson, president; J II Dickson, vke-presldent ; L McLean, secretary, and T U Boynton, treasure'. They also recom mend the appointment of E G Johnson as law librarian, which was done by the court, as the law provides. As this officer is entitled to a salary, the amount to be Used by the court, tt Is the - understanding that the entire sum so fixed is to be turned ; over to the Association for the purchase - of books. Under this arrangement a vaU liable library will soon be collected, which te to be kept in the court-bouse for the use . of the bar and officers of the county . , pearaoce, attired in black, got off an east' ward-bound passenger train at the Lake Shore depot on Monday. She gave her bui as Mrs. Martha Washburn, and told a Very plausible story to tbt effect that bar husbsnd had been a prominent Mason and Odd Fellow and had recently died in California. The woman had been pub. - lisbed in the Masonic Reporter as an im- . poeltor, and was very reticent when she found oat that her notoriety ss a lead beat bad preceded her, .... .A stranger, claim ing to be a tailor taking the overland route from Cleveland to Sandusky, per ' freight train, via the Lake Shore route, was brought here on Wednesday with . dislocated hip. He was caught between - tbt car bumpers when the train was near Berea. The company's surgoon, Dr Mc. Lean, attended to the case, andtha patient was aabsequeatly removed to the county bi firm ary, where ha I rapidly recovering . Republican.' (iitr dnirrfsts keen tor tale Hall's Veg etable BlcUiaa Hall Reoewer, the best preparation ever made for restoring the vitality ana cwor ci wo but, - w. c. t. x.nnt. a nt rjitrict Conventions ot the W. 0. T. V. to be held In the M. IS. church. Elyrla, May nana 22, toss, me uowu nual Convention will be held Tuesday, May 21. IBM. The Third District Ohio w. y comprising the oounttes ol Krle, Huron, Lo rain and Medina, win nolo meir pbuu.1 ventlon Wednesday, May a, ww. meat will be provided, and a cordial invita tion is extended to all Mends of the esuse. County Program, Tuesday, May 2t: Moisraa stssios. 10 oo-Derotional exercises, led by Miss Carrie Mussey, Klyrla. W:15-Keports ot Secretary and Treasurer. Ap pointment of committees. hiik Unions. Music. . WitJ-Totlie W O.T. U.-Mrs. W. W. Boole, LaOrange. ",., . 11 :0O-Paper by Mrs. Gardner, Wellington. ll:SI-The Coming Woman. Mrs. A. L.Vffeb- ster, Oberlin. ll:16-vWoman in Business. Mrs. o.j. lerreu, RldgevlUe. Mte. Adjournment. irrssKOOx ssssiok. l:30-evotlons led by Mrs. W. W. Noble, La- Grsnse. Secretary 's report, musio. J:00-The Spirit of Unity, Mrs. H. D. Root, Lorain. :15-Some Features ot the Temperance Ques tion. Mrs. J. W. Houghton, Wellington. 130-Woman's Temperance Work In the First half ot the Century. Mrs. m. u. . Oberlin. Music. . . S:00-An essential Element In Making Prohi bition Prohibit. Mrs. WMtmer, uoeniu. Music. , ., S:15-Sympathy. Mrs. Jlary D. anncy, "en-initon. 3:30-ATalktotheW.O. T. U. Mrs. Eva C. Bates, Elyrla. Music 3:4&-Eleotlon ot Offleers and Reports of Com mittees. Adjournment. KVKKINO SS3IO!l. 7:3ft-Demorest Medal Contest. District Program. Wednesday, May 22, lsw: MDBNIKG SESSION :30. Devotional Exercises, Rev. K.O.Buxton, Elyrla 10:0CReDort of Secretary and Treasurer. Paper by Mrs. E. II. Farr, Norwalk. Sublect, "Prison and Jail work." Mrs. II. Brush, Elyrla. Subject, "Ilierasj Present, and Future." H. McEl Ulnney, New London, Sub' Ject, "The Tooacco Curse." Reports of County Secretaries. Miscellaneous Business. Adjournment. insssooN skssiox 1:30. Devotional Exercises-Mrs. Nettle Hershlser, Waktman. 2;00-Ele ctloa ot Officers, etc. Power of Organisation." Paper by Mrs Mary D.Santley, Wellington. Exercises by the Y. W. C. T. U., In charge ot Miss Jefle Morgan. Pot hv Mrs Carrie Sturgls, Medina. "The Inherent Rights of Woman." Mrs. Maria O. Frost, of Oberlin. subject "Woman and the Constitution." Paoer hv Mrs. C. C Bacon, ot Elyrla. "wnat the Liquor-trafflo Costs our Country. Address by Mrs. 8. W. Eddy, of Medina. Paper by Mrs. H. M. Llndsy, Medina. Music will be interspersed, and papers dis cussed, as time permits, ivuwa Bisstos. Address at the opera heuse. by Rev. Anna H. Shaw, ot Evanston, Ol. Subject "Woman's Enfranchisement Essentlsl to a True Repub lic." Mrs. Shsw Is one of the gifted women ot the day. No one should miss the opportunity ot hearing this lecture. . Mrs. A Few of the Doctor's Gratenn Patients, AMI V DDIT DTfl CIIAUT U11U1 UDttU JJ1U OUUU BE TO HERE THIS YEAR! w ,1 5 2 A Grateful Family. DearSlrs: This mav certify that your Spe cific kemedles oured me of rheumatism, stom- undlni. Mv wife. alao. had severe oompll- .tlnn. which vou readilv relieved: but the most remarkable ease is that of our son with a fever sore of over six years standing. He had had many pleoes of bone removed aud had been treated by the best physicians. Your remedies have performed a perfect cure, and he has seen ame to ao ms regular won ior Mr and a half. I am acquainted with many mtlnnta whom vou havaoured In this vtolnitV. and will oheerfully answer any letters of I luq.ulry. Very Truly Yours. LaOrange, 0., March 1, 1889. Blood Poison. y TT Jl I a III nuiuvhk, uuimOi w., ttmv vu.- ,-rA from Blood Poisoning for five months. m He yielded readily to our remedies and Is now In vigorous health. .'; goroiulooa and Blood Diseaaaa. EffliRlil, IMPROYID AMI QUADBPFLE ITS FORMER SIZE! (100,000 111 NEW FEATURES ! 8,000.000 INVESTED! $3,000 DAILY EXPENSE! Wellington, Tuesday, i it i i list mm i mrnmmaiwmmmmlmmmmitpvr " Mrs. John Berry. LaOraage, O., had Blood 'f. BlvesoTOson many portions of the body. She I . . ru proaouaoed Inourable, bat In two months I under our peoullar treatment she was restored to psrfeet health and staads ready to testify to tnese marvelous uc. rroouir.ioooroinio " SJtln and Blood Disease. a. tt . . r n . a v-j .l AkiirfMn aalfAHn fpAn Hhmnln Cnumt and B1004 IQBS. A.einor,w UBununi v., du urcro vhiiuidk . . - . t Disease. They had been treated without avail by many otner doctors, oui were curea uj blood treatment, through j. w.oigoy. Agent, uunusc v. Terrible sores. Chas. Hlnssman's son, ot La8range.O., ad his face eovsred with deep 'Ulcerations and wss deemed incurable, ills remarKioie cure du oocb m mwuuuiu. v. --"---- similar esses should refer to him by letter. . Siok Headeone of Thirty-Five Years standing. .nhnisur7idwlthaflomnlleatedeaseofSlck Headaohe and had exhausted the re sources of the medloal skill of Lorain oounty. He came under our taeeuuar treatment in ren By special arraneements, patients can be visited at their homea when unable cf me to hlsoflfce. DR. COBBwillvf.lt NORWALK, May Wand 29. St. Charles . botol; OBBRI.Hr. M I 18 snd 30, Park hotel) KLYRIA every Saturday at Beebe House. Consultation always tree- The Doctor is putting his vaiuanie meaioines inio nom i uuuu. i agents in Lorain and aajoining ooupties. ore rciium h 0 tts&XiXi COMBINED! SODA WATEE, mm mm MINElRAL WATER, and all latest drinks at F D FELT'S WELLINGTON DRUG STORE, Liberty Street. The Ckiof Bmws for the great suc cess of Hood's Sarsapartlls Is found In the article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the fact that Hood's Barsaparllla actually ao. compllslici what Is elalmed lor It, Is what has given to this medicine a popularity and sale greater than that of any other sarsapa- Merit WlnS ?erVforebtrVbr. Hood's Sansparllla cures Scrofula, Bait Rlinun and alt Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick flciilnche. B'llousness, overcomes That Tln-d Kwllag, creates an Appetite, strength rim the Nerves, builds up the Whole System. !!' TrBMtrilU Is sold by all drug tints. ii six for as. Prepared by a L Hoe b Co.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 8trlk ftttle!. SrsiU'jfiBLO, III., Hay U. The diffar- enoea which resulted in ine late sstiks m the miners of the SprinjrHeld custzict were adjasted yeetorday at a Joint meeUnc at miners and operators, it was agreea anas the price to be paid for mining from Kay 11 to October 1. WMO, should be fifty live eenta par too; from October 1 to May 1, 1880, six ty eenta per ion, an mines to have a check weltfunao, to be paid through the ofltoe and a seven -eignuu men scrwn. Tin Throats Cat by a Manias. Foiib ru Lso, Wis., May R Oeerge Loomls, a fanner of the tows of Oaoeala, a few miles east of this city, cut his wife's throat yesterday moraine and then hie own with a common pocket-knife. Both died In stantly. Loomls had been Insane for some time, but had only shown dangerous aymp. tons for a few days. A sixteen year-old daughter was sent to a aelirhbor's bouse, and upon her return both purouwwiwdead. Boy aad a eutek Sssm a Ma BUaa. Noaroi.s, Vs., May U-Bparihels' (aso- Ime establishment and a barrel factory ad toiomsr. with four horses, were burned bare yesterday suTrmhif. The firs oritrlaatsd la the gasoline factory, where a small bay threw a match on tbe Door, oaualug an ea ploeion and starting the Are. The bey who caused the eotsohlef and a companion had their leas literally roasted from their knees down. Daaiage snout auo.ow. rraaalavawS r-Maytraalaa M CiauaLB. Pa., May K--Oeneral Bdward W. BkMls. setrretary and treasurer of tbe Cumberland Valley railroad, died yesterday at the ace of ekrhty-ooa year. Ha wi traduate of Prloostoa Oollese, a mambor ot the Carlisle bar, Colonel of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania Volunteers, Adjutant Oaneral of Pennsylvania ander Goreraor Curtla aad was tbe oldest railroajomciai in tne uaivea tttatea. , - Long-Standing Blood Diseases are cared by the persevering use of Ayer'a Samparilla. Tills medioine is an Alterative, and rausvs a radical change in the system. The process, in some cases, may not be quits so rapid as in others i but, with persistence, the result Is certalsu Bead these testimonials : . " For two years I suffered from a se vere pain in my right side, and bad other troubles caused by a torpid liver anil dvapepsia. After giving several medicines a fair trial without a cure, I began to take Ayer's Barsaparllla. I was greatly benefited by the first bottle, and alter taking five bottles I was eom- Lletely cured. John W. Benson, TO awrence St., Lowell, Mass. Last May a large carbuncle broke out on my arm. The usual remedies had no effect and I was confined to my bed for eight weeks. A friend Induced me to try Ayer's Barsaparllla. Less than three bottles healed the sore. In all my expe rience with medicine, I never saw more Wonderful Results. Another marked effect of the nse ot this medicine was the strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I bad a dry scaly humor for years, and suffered terribly ; and. as my broth er and sister were similarly amicted, I presume the malady is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernandlna, Fla.,) recommended me to take Ayer'a Barsaparllla, and continue It for a rear. For live months I took It daily. I have not had a blemish ttiton my bodv lor, the last three months.'-T. R. Wiley, UO Chambers t., New York City. ' " Last full and winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain In my side. I did not notice It much at first, but It grailually rtw worse until It became nliiioxt unbearable. During the latter purt of this time, disorders of the stom ach and liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Barsaparllla, and. alter faithfully continuing tbe use ot this medioine lor soma months, the pain illtanneaml and I was comnletelr cured." f rs. Augusta A. Furbush.. Haverhill, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ' raarAaso sr . Dr. j. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mats. PitM 1 i sU bottles, I. Worth MsbotUe. TRAVELERS' rlEGISTER. j mi 1 1 i i. Ei, Frost andafter May It, 18B. trains will pusWell- InxtoB as follows: OOINO WEST. titaadard Tims Ko.l-N.T ASt.L.fMtllae 1:43a.m. No.tS-Ind.and WheeUni Bx l:isa. No. S Cln.aCol'iKi Ss.m.l o. s Soeclal N.T. Cla. Kt H:IAp. fto.rr Col's Wheeling Accem.... S:8p. Mo. S-Nlrht Bx S:SSp. No. Si- Local rrrirht g:ISs.. No. SS-Oalios Local FnlgU :16 p. I ooixa BAST. Ko.SSt. L.SH.T Bxoress tlt:16s.l Mo. ft-Nixh Bx S:SS. . No.te-OalloB A Clm'd Ae T:4As. No. IS Special bt. Louis A M. T. Kx. l:p.m No. t4-Wheellnr, f nd. and Cf. Bx 4 :St p. m No. a Claclnastl A Olere'd BX IHI.S No. 4 ClnclBsstl Limited Bxpress.... , l .ss s. n I No.Hi-Locsl rrelxkt 4:SS p.m' No. SO-Gallon Local might : p. m Nos 1, 5, (, (, t and IS run dally, t Trains stop oa slrnal. t body front Hood s Barsaparllla now than tt any other season. Tbereiore take it now , William Laird. . William Lalvd, a well known drug' gist of Springfield, Oregon, wrltrs as follows: "My stock ol van Wert i Cougb Balsam ordered from you a short time sgo 11 almost eznausrea ana i am nleated to note the set that it has giv en universal satisfaction. I have never bad a (Ingle bottle returnet , The medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial slate free. VT. Adams the Leading. Druggist. ; .. , . . fi D A m i ai m Q GREAT CIRCUSES If BIO XULTNTGra Josle DeMotte. Minnie DeMotte. ' Madame Gertrude. Oonstanttoa MlohL 4mma iiougnton. Kate Hall. Caroline Biohebourc. Katie Stone. Mamie Qutnton. Mattle Kreggs. Msttie NelL Fisher Bisters. - ' UO MALE AND FEMALE ARTISTS Katarina Buwsrow. Marie Damrotf. Hose FoniatowskL Laura Aahton. Mamie Aahton. Leonora DeToqualla. Clarisse LaBelle. ' Julie DeMontreuU. CiUgenie iirsstort. Aids. SCODT INDIANS ani COWBOTS! Oeneverio Bisters. Ella Zola. The Only Zeis. Jennie Kirby. William DeMotte. Sadie Johnston. Katie Zenobia. ' Adenia Bisters. James DeMotte. John Robinson. 1,000 HEN B HORSEST Mona. Hurley. John Brown. Harry Jones. George Werts. John Kombs. Adam Btrombowski, Wm. Aahoroft. Big. Sabestreuse. John Lowlow, Three Clarke. BOXERS WRESTLERS Ash Family of Ftva. Charles Fetardin. Augusta Fouoart Edward Moon. Z urate Brothers. Btiffney Brothers. CharsBa Wilson. DeAJma Family. . Monroe Smith. V. PoparofT. $45,000 DROVE OF tilBAFFESt Wm. Klrby. Mons. Hebron. The Four DeOgleya. xneopnue uerie XieMord Family, Alexia Hosoora. Be nor Juan d'Ovieda. Frank Fisher. Harry Marks. MoNell Family. Q MENAGERIES llznnrj oiji3tzzg Barbarr Zebra, East India Antelope, Cash mere Croats, Ebony-headed Palatine Sheep, Spotted Axis Deer, Bison of Colorado, Amer ican Jaguar, 8 liver Lion of California, Btrl ped and Spotted Hyenas, Llama or Osroel of the GlantHors8,21 Hands! Giant 0it21 Hands! Andes, Peruvian Alpaca, Puma or African Cougar, American Buffalo, Sloth, Onu, Vir ginia Panthers, Senegal Leopards, Australian Kangaroo, Bat Kangaroo. Tapirs, Tawny Lion, Bhetland Cow, Bpotted Tigers, Blaok Tigers, Afrloan Porcupines. Badgers, Bee- L FLOCK OF GENUINE OSTRICHES! TSTs, Wild Cats, White and Orsy Coons, Fox TSTS, VV UD lSLB, VY lill auu VJTITiT UUUQI, M Ol" s, weasels. Lynx, Peooeiiea. Chamois, Apes. Oaselles, Japanese Bwine, Afrloan Jackals, Ocelot, Humadras Baboons or Lion Slayers, Monkeys, Armadillo and Blaok Monkeys. Hippo po tarn iiStPtraffea, Ostriooes and lvw Bare Animals. - . ntiun i mi m mimi an Cleveland & Marietta B. B. Ttm tad after Jane t, 1HSS, trslnswlllpsts Well ingtos ss follows : OOINO BAST. No. 1 . No.S No. T No.S No.17 Local?.. Me. 4 WO ) . .a No. ( No.lS Local. OOINO wm. Standard Tims. , t.sss.m. 11. 00 a.m. .. ssp.m. ...BISpai. ,. I.Sot.m. ,.10.SSa.m. , .s.OAp.m. . T.eSp.m. ..S.lUp.n Mo, l.tsadtdallyi others daily ex. Sasday. Psrtherlnfonnstloslarexardto this Has will befosDdoa psrel. FEES WILD WEST! Given Free with the QBAND STREET FABADS each morning. Cowboys, Scouts, Biflemen, Vaoqueros, Cowgirls, Indians, Medioine Men, Buoks, Squaws and Papooses, a Herd of Texas Steers, WiU Buffaloes and Mountain Elk, Fleet Mustangs, Wiry Indian Ponies and Genuine Deadwood stage uoaon. $300,008 Grand Free Parade Cages, Dens and Lairs; 13 Separate Kinds of Mnsio, 4 Mtulc&l wag ona, 15 Trumpeters, Troupe Jubilee Singers, Chime Bells, 81 Sun- bright Chariots, 8 Distinct Brass Bands, Female Brass uana or is, a Steam Calliopes, Fife and Drum Corps, Female Open-air Opera, 800 Horses, 100 Ponies, Scottish Bagpipers, Steam Organ, Droves of Ele pnanta, Olranea, uatrtcnes, aianaa, jtnnaioew, ssn ana greorae. w AILQOTEAM 0 OADyMD EOATU LILIPCTIAS EKPBESEKTATlOy Or TH2 , Roman hippidromE I1AMIITITXXIIE SHETLAND FOUIESflfl i M J . em M sTvsj g a OBEBUN. Arrlfs dally, S.-00 am. Depart, I M p. av I DVNT1NOTON, SULLIVAN sod POLK. irrif-dally, liaa a. Depart. I "So a - PKNFIELD. Arrivs dallv,9a.( Depart 1 Oa.m rt!'l.l,l!kllHI - mi. a a.rt.-.. 1-. S. SJ.L-. kshauatlisn. InrStilislbls) (iK ki.utusUarm, VainaU WssaDs, ba1 ll paUs1 V d 6 HINDERCORN8. Tbe a. asi and be owe forOunM, Bantm leewe, eViess,silrsska 11 w Oo. a. X. S and 4 horse Chariot Races. Standing Races. . Flat Races. Jockey Races. Wheelbarrow Races. Steeple-chase Races. Sack Races. . Pedestrian Races. Climbing Greased Pole. Wrestling ana Boxing twins. Sulkey Races. Elephant and Camel Races. Ostrich and Buffalo Races.' Mule and Donkey Races. ' Man against race horse. ' Obstacle Races. ; Running Races. Catching Greased Pig. . Throwing heavy weights. .'t C2SEASE3 O? T.Ul ONLY inlwof Km.ce la To. areweeallr mi dum.iIj eone. or-oHtl 4 15 . I OBt WSUJIViJa, 4JA W. MM ee,, mwm Ma COXSDXmOK 8CBELI CURED. m rue anrroawPleBse Inform your read. oethat t hiTeaoaslUTeremedrfov Us abets aaiiied alsease. Hi 1U Umely nae stuNuauds ot hopeless eases have sees permasently oured. i .hu ha riaj to send two bottles of my reme dy rasa to any of ymr readers who haveeon sumptlon If Ihey will send ass their express avnst nMl t.A.SLWUM.lt.C.,lall sr suMswYork WU1 also exhibit at Shelby, Wednesday, May 22. nflC HI1RC 5IHSH IM PRIfiFS Ulllsl III U II is VUIUII III I llVeftesWI I willnow offer mv entire stock of Clothing for fifty cents on the dollar. No better opportun ity to make money in the United States than to purchase my stock at that enormous reduction. Wellington, O., May 8, 1889.