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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14, 1889,
HATEBS OF WOMEU. DIED. LKDYARD- 0 Friday, August tta, at his A Physician Relate Els Experl- reside nee in Chatham Caster, Medina eoan tTi of diabetes, after loot and eoaUnaed laf feilnL K. A. Lrtjard. aged rears. Hlsre malaa vera Interred ia Hanttagtoa Bandar. - eooa with Mlaojrynlata. Bmtnd mt the Fair tax rroamuMad a Dis ease AUa S la Ity-Oevtai Cam rjlutnuiaar Tratai at Tnl BUSINESS LOCALS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Bate and crickets. The phospha'e trade ha begun. Lawn tennis for morning exercise. Read up the calls for the conventions. Life insurance agents appear to be busy. Trices on cheese have a tendency up ward, J. Turley la offering a premium on gold dollars. The town well on the square needs a lit tie airing. House burglars are giving us a rest lor the present , Some very smooth headed young men are in the field. This Is a very dull month for many branches of trade. 1 - The spider and the fly do not appear to be very good friends. The Methodist divines are preparing tor annual conference. r A verv heavy hay crop is reported hroughout the Btate. ti.. woodier la all the farmer can ask for to mature his crops. White ctps are in town. The girls can tell bow much they cost Remember the Farmers plc-nic next Wednesday. August 21. Look out for full announcement of our lair In next week's issue. The merchants in Elyria have formed a local protective association. A very few sheriff sales have taken place In the county this year. There is going to be plenty of good amusement at the fair this year. . Remember the Wellington fair takes place on August 2t, 28, and 8 .. "Fresh eggs demand remarkably good prices lor this season of the year. The band favors us with music these evenings, which is very acceptable. Exhibitors are beginning to brighten the articles to be taken to the fair. The Democrats convene in Elyria Bat. i . nnin,ta a Annntv tirket. uruay w uumiunw w , The matrimonial market Is a little dull Just now but may be more active soon. Our correspondents are taking their an nual. Please try and be with us next Issue. The English spar-ow Is unmolested this season. Braman must Increase the reward. Benedict and Llndsley are meeting with good success in disposing of their ponies. The delivery boys at the telegraph of flee are kept on the march delivering mes sages. Governor Foraker delivered a very able address to the farmers at Linn wood Park last week. Quite a number of fat hogs and veal calves were shipped East from here over the Bee Line last week. The Senatorial committee of the 27lh and 29th joint district convened at the American House Monday. The trees on the school ground are be ing trimmed. Let some of the property owners go and do likewise. Visit the fair grounds these evenings and see the turf men try their steeds to win the race ior the evening. Doat forget The Ehtkrtbise office when von want any printing done. We Everything Indicates that we will have a dandy fair. All come out and help us, Arrange to come early and tpend the day. Hon. D. L. Wadsworth is getting his campaign matter in readiness to attend the Democratic Convention in Columbus Aug. 27th. Two acres of land was purchased for the Wellington Bending Works. Exca- vations were begun to-dsy for the reser. voir. Mr. and Mrs. C. McDermott were com- polled to return home Tuesday from Lisa wood on account of the sickness of their . second child. C. W. Horr is fitting up his herd ol Hoi steins to take to the fair. His Bolsteln bull nulls the scales down to 2,290. nis best cow 1,555 pounds. J. Turley received half a car load of R. W, Bell's soap the other day, notwithstand. lng the house at Buffalo, n. xaeennco V recognize bis orders. , . - AT - SE SAGE'S. If all of the districts are represented at the Senatorial convention, to be held here Sept. 5th. there will be one hundred and thirty two delegates present. Mr. E. F. Webster, of the firm of Wean, Horr Warner & Co., will start for Dixie In a few days, to be absent a number of weeks to look after the sale of onions. Mr. Charles Gardner, one of the firemen at the Wellington Milling Co.'s, had his hands and face badly burned Tuesday by the bursting of a steam pipe. He was at tended by Dr. Hathaway. W, R. Wean will deliver the address at the Pioneers' picnic at Lodi to-day. The unveiling of the lountain statue and open ing of the water works will be celebrated with appropriate ceremonies. There are verv few men who were in the civil war that would be subject to mil Itary duty at present, on account ot age. Uncle Sam wants men to perform that lino of duty between the ages of 18 and 45. S. S. Hall is now disposing of the third car load of horses in this place which he has shipped from Kansas. Our farmers should aim to supply their own local market with horses that the trade de mands, and keep the money at home. The fair at New London will be held Aug. 21-23. The directors of the Asso ciation have spared no pains or money in placing the grounds in first class condi tion, and by the number of foreign entries made the exhibition promises to be one of interest. Thanks to Secretary Starbird for favors. September the Oth a company of twenty- five farmers lrom Georgia will arrive here and remain a couple ol days to Inspect the dairy interests. These gentlemen are In charge of an agent connected with the leading railroad lines and will visit many points ot interest In the North belore they return. An unusual effort should be made on the part ot the dairymen to make their Lajsit a pleasant fne. -; . . Some of the manufacturing firms keep the wsges of one week of their employes In their possession until they quit their service. A person Is compelled to work two weeks before pay Is drawn. By this plan an employe has the earnings of one week laid np. If laborers could arrange their matters to draw their salaries monthly many a dollar would be tared where It is now unnecessarily expended. Uncle John Long went to Lodi one day last week to visit the onion fields, and through the courtesy of W. R. Wean he was conducted over the plantation. The onion and celery crops are booming and everything bids fair for an excellent yield. Mr. Long says that he was on the same premises fifty-nine years ago picking cran berries and there hat been a decided change in the vicinity in that length of time. a The wholesale merchants In Chicago, 111., have Introduced quite a scheme to grapple the trade which patronizes the eastern cities. Their plan u to send re turn tickets to the leading merchants In a town or city as an Inducement to call them to examine their stock of goods. The Queen city of the West can produce the corn and pork, but as a center for cot ton goods it will require many years yet to establish if at all Mrs. Hull.who Is spending the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Hiram Couch, taught school here some thirty years ago, when our townsman. Horace Wadsworth, was principal ol the school. Since that time she has spent severs! years In BantaFe, New Mexico. She says that she finds Wellington much changed for the better. Mrs. Hull is an enthusiast on the subject of educating the Indians, having been among them a great deal. Pomeroy's Western world show was fairly patronized here Saturday afternoon and evening. The performances of lady contortionist and trapeze performers were exceedingly fine, from which it Is evident that the young women are tar mere adapt. ed to such work than young men. The performances of the trained horses ex ceeded anything of the kind we have ever witnessed. The company was a very civil one not a drunken rowdy was observed In the crowd, which speaks remarkably well for a traveling company of the kind. The amount of subscription required to keep the bending works at this place Is about completed. The company made the following proposition to the town: It $1,500 was donated to them they would agree to erect works valued at $9,000, em ploy at least thirty men and perhaps more, and remain here five yean. The commit tee have secured the option of Mr. A. M. Fitch for land tor a site for the works Just across the trick from the W. 4 L. E. de pot. Mr. S. K. Laundon, who has charge of the subscription list, Informs us that the amount will be raised In a very few days and the site purchased. The build ing will be erected ready for occupancy on or before July 1st, 1890. Next year the real estate will be ap praised again. With our present State debt hanging over us and the constant In crease in county, township and corpora tion expenses it would seem that real estate should be appraised at a higher rate than ten years ago. But farming lands, city and village property having greatly decreased in values the people will naturally expect the valuation placed at least 33 per cent, lower, and perhaps it will be done. But what benefit will It be to us In the end ? The levies must be In creased or bonds must be issued t create the necessary revenues to meet our inci dental expenses. The debts we have already contracted must be paid and all subsequent expenses must be paid. The present valuation had better remain undis turbed. The business houses in the cities are employing lady clerks whenever the place can be tilled by one. The merchants claim that goods are sold on close margins, and iu order to compete they must redace ex penses in the way of salaries. This will be cold comfort to the? gentlemen clerks to be compelled to leave their counters to permit cheaper help to come in. There is a cause tor this. Young men of the pres ent day sneer at young women who take the domestic field and class them as "kitchen mechanics," "mop sllngers," &c. By this treatment the young women make a desperate effort to educate themselves to reach some place of business where they can earn a living. They can and will work cheaper, and the result Is the young dudes are turned put to pasture for their sne?rs. which serves them right. It is but natural for the gentler sex to follow the domestic circle, and they will continue In that line if properly, treated.. PERSONALS. Mrs. Alice Billings. of Lorainpent Sun day In town. . . Auditor Herrick, of Elyria, spent Sun day in town. Dr. J. W. Houghton Is able to be about his premises. Mrs. Waite and Mrs. Dr. Hathaway are visiting in Bucyrus. Msstei Leon Adams entertained his friends Friday afternoon. A. G, Fishur has been on the tick list tor a number of weeks. Mrs, J,S. Case has beenvery sick, but Is gradually recovering. S. 8. Hail, of Burllngame, Kan., spent a few days In town. Mrs.R. L. French left Monday for an ex tended visit in the East : Miss Delia Pelrce bat gone to Michigan to visit relatives. James Osborn, of Cleveland, is visiting at P. 8. Brink's. ' Miss Effle Brindle, of Ashland, is visit. lng Miss Nancy Tracy. Mrs. Mary E. Hill hat returned from Cincinnati to remain a few days. Miss Ella Sled man, of Oberlin, Is visit ing ber aunt Mrs. G. G. Pelrce. Mr. and Mrs. Caboon, of Elyria, were the guests of Col. Couch over Sunday, Mrs. Gamble and Miss ' Hade Vischer spent Sunday at Vermillion. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roser and W. W, Harvey and ton are at Lakeside. Miss Hattie Mason started for a pleas ure trip through several eastern Slates on Monday. Mrs. L. Butler and daughters returned Monday, the 13, from a two weeks visit in Elyria and LaGrange. Mrs. Paul it spending a few days with ber daughter. Mrs. C. Fox, In Brighton, Mrs. 8. A. Williams and Mrs. Elliott visited friends in Brownhslm last week George Crawford and family, of North Fairfield, spent several days last week at Shubael Smith's. W.V. Rood, principal ot the public schools at Akron, O., Is visiting bit father- In-law, W. W. Wells, South Main street J. W. Wilbur tpent a couple of days at Midland, O, last week at the reunion of hit old regiment the 47th O. V. I. Mr Wilbur reports a very pleasant time. , Capt WJ. Morrow, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday in town. - The Captain it a strong , aupporter of women's rights. Mrs. W. F. Herrick and daughter Fan nie leave the latter part of this week for an extended visit East Mr. and Mrs. T. R. HerricK have (rone to Lake Breeze to remain several days. Mr. Herrick is in a poor state of health and seeks a vacation from his business. rresiuing nauer noyt of Ueveland.was the guest of Rev. W. C. Dawson yesterday, Dr. T. M. McClaren and W. L. Cook will leave for Springfield, Mo- In a few days. Charles P. Horr leaves to-morrow for Olympia, Washington Territory, to enter into partnership with his uncle, J.C.Horr, who has been a resident of the city for many years. Charlie has been a very ac commodating employe at the First Nation al Bank here and be will be greatly missed. All wish him success. Mr. Clarence VanDeusan, of PassalcN, J., spent several days in town last week. Clarence was a Wellington boy and it is twenty-three yean since he visited his na tive town. Mr. Pomeroy, proprietor of the Wild West show, is a Grafton boy. His parents came to town on Saturday to greet their son, whom they had not seen for four years. Mr, E,F. Webster recelyed notice to-day that Mr. W. F, Sawtelie (his ward) had been granted back pension to the amoant ot $5,293, and placed upon the pension roll at $50 per month. The friends of Mr, Sawtelie will be glad to hear this, as he is In every way worthy of it. Do you suffler from sciofula, salt rheum, or other humon? Take Hood's Sarsapa rilla. tbe great blood purifier. 100 doses one aoiiar. Church Notes and Announcements. Regular services were field in tbe M. E. Uiurcn lost aunday. me church, was beautifully decorated for "the occasion. This psrt was done by the enterprising young ladies. The service wsa an impressive one, the administration ot baptism forming an In teresting part In tbe evening Dr. F. S. Hoyt preached an interesting sermon, which was grestly enjoyed by all. On Menduy eyening tbe session of the Quarterly conference was called by the Presiding Elder for the transaction of the business of the church. William H. Elgin, one of our bright and Intelligent young men, was given license to preach the Gospel of Christ in the Methodist Episcopal Church. I By a unanimous vote the Conference astea tor the return of Kev. W.C. Dawson to the charge for the fourth year. A successor to Rev. 8. D. .Gammell at the Congregational Church has not yet been decided upon. COURT NEWS. . BkTOKI rOUCI JUSTICE FKIRCK. ' Bill Moooey was hauled into the po lice lustloe'e eourt by Manhall Williams on show day for enjoying a snooze in one of the besinett houses as the result of swallowing too much tangle foot He wsa charged with a common drunk and hit Honor imposed a fine ot $5 and costs snd to stand committed until paid. John Neff, of Spencer, was arrested for carrying concealed weapons. He plead guilty and wu fined $1 and costs. After John wu released be placed bis shooter in vest pocket in order that everybody could see it and said he guessed folks could all tee bis gun now. Public Sale, air. Walter Smith will sell at public sale on his piemises, situated 1 miles east and three-fourths mile north of the center of Penfleld, Saturday, Aug. 17, 1889, at 12 m. cows, yearlings, 10 spring pigs, 5 full blooded poland-chlna pigs brood sow, Fairbanks' scales, farming lm plements, 80 sheep, horses, 3 Indian pon ies well broken, wagons, harrows, drags, sulky pluw, top buggy .double harness and other articles. Terms: six months with use. i Ed East, Auctioneer. W. J. Kbbbs, Clerk. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Whan Baby was atck,wa gave bar Castorla. , Whan she was a Child, aha trial f or Castorla, When she beotate Was, She alone to Oastorle, Whan the had GhiMran, she rev lb am Oeatorla. Notice)! For various reasons it it thought best to change the time of the meeting of the Morray Association, at Sharon, to Aug. 90, 31, and Sept 1- Mrs, E, S. Blssell, Sec. To the Ladies. I have a fine stock of switches and banes that I will sell cheap. I also manufacture both to order in the latest styles. A fine line of ornaments for head wear can be found in my stock. Please favor me with your patronage. Miss Ixa Abnold. jmuj Atuougntons urugtrtore. Take Notice. Seven ban of soap for 23cts. canal to Bell's Buffalo. Bell's soap, 4 cts a cake. N. P. Robiksok. WANTED Gold Dollars. I will pay premium of ten cents, and probably more, lor a reasonable number or cold dollars. 33341 J.Tcblbt. Notice. Florence Starr will open a studio at Mn. Williams' house on Courtland Ave. In structions will be given in q rawing, both pencil and crayon, commencing Thurs day, August 15th. Any desiring instruc tions are requested to call early. (ill The W.4LE. R. R. will sell excur sion tickets as follows during the summer months: f rom Wellington to the follow ing stations ana return Zoar.O .$ 2.70. Limit 1 dsy . 1.40. " .....2 days Huron, O 021 SUNDAYS Toledo $ 1.50. Limit ldsy Pnsquelsle... 1.60. " ldsy Ana any time until uci sj as ioiiows: Buffalo, N. Y. .$10.25. Limit. .Oct SISO Chautauqua Lake 7.25. " " " Niagra Falls .. .10.75. " " Tbe evening train, due at 7:42, makes close connections ior New York and all points east at Creston via N.Y. L.E.4 W R. It Notice. I am still in town, canvassing for the sale of Prof. Hopkins' Special Remedies, notwithstanding tbe reports to tbe contra ry. o2j JlRa. Li. W. LT. A Card. Free Hand Crayon Portrait work specialty, by Mrs. M. L. Marshall, Wellington, Ohio Residence on N. Main St W. & L. E. Special. Round trip tickets to Lakeside and Put-tn-bsy at reduced rates via Sandusky and boat. For sale by W. & L. E. Ry. To Farmers. Remember that Laundon, Wlndecker & Co. have a full stock ot all kinds of barb wire lencing. Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Sure cuie for all blemishes. Sold by druggists. Go to S. V. Carpenter's for sewing l chine supplies. Tbe nicest Ice-cream parlors in town are au.iJ. vermuya's Hosiery at reduced price. Laundon, Wlndecker ds Co. Tbe latest designs of Baby Carriages and sold exceedingly cheap at HOYT X iJENSCIIOTEN'S. Itch, Mange, and Scratches on hnman or animals cured in 80 minutes by Wool- lord's banitary Lotion, litis never tail- Sold bv E. W.Adams, Droggist, Welling ton.Ctlii. if Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beats tbem all. Sold by druggists. We have a nice lot of Baby Carriages at very low prices. Call and see tbem. A. U. iS U. L. UlL'CB. Notice. J. M. Crabtree will pay tbe highest market prices tor live and dressed 'bugs veal calves, dry snd green hides and pelts Go to J. B. Vermllya for the best flavor. ed dish of tce-eream in town. J. B. Vermllya uses pure cresm. Dure clean ice, pure Ingredients, to make- bis ice-cream. Baby Carriages! Baby Carriage. A full line of Child's Carriages can be seen at A. G. 4 O. L. Couch's. Baby Carriaget at A.G.&G.L. Couch's If you bsve neuralgia, cold, sore thioat. etc- use Pratt's Family Liniment. Sold by druggists. For pure ice-cream that will recommend Itself caU on J. B, Vermllya. To prevent cholera infantum use hine- hart's Syrup Blackberry; no opium. 25c, Notice. Dressmaking and Fitting. I am nr.. pared to do Cutting, Fitting and Dree., making by the late Taylor System. Fit. ting a Specialty, at my home on Kelle; St, west ot C. C. C A I. depot aU-3UJ AIRS. liURI.INOAME. Dlrtt Dlrit Dirt! Dirt for sale. Enquire ot Wellington Bending Works or of C. E. Sutliff An Imperative Necetsiy itWhat pure air Is to an unhealthy local y, wbat spring cleaning is to the neat housekeeper, to is Hood's SarsapsrilU to to everybody, at this season. Tbe lnvty needs to be thoroughly renovated, ike blood purified and vitalized, the germs of disease destroyed. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, sud all ether blood disorders are cored by Hood's Sarsaparilla, tbe most popular and succesiui spring meowine. Don't Get Caught This spring with your blood full of Impur ities, your o i reel ion impaired, your appe tita poor, kidneyt and liver torpid, and wnoie system uaoie to De pr si rated by disease but get yourself into good con dition, and ready for the changing to warmer weather, by taking Hood's Sarsa parilla. It stands unequalled tor purfy lng the blood, giving an appetite, and for general spring medicine. , . The many remarkable curat flood's ar taparllla accomplishes sre sufficient proof that It does possess peculiar cura live powen . "Woaten-hateraf Plenty of them t" A reporter tor the Hew York World had sset a well-known physician ia a popular oala aod interrupted acoarexaaUon that Uia doctor waa holding with a friend ever a cigar and a bottle of elaret Ee tpolra emaily and wiUi confidence that he knew bia tubject To hata a woman, especially aneol tna dainty, loving kind, upon whose glaaoes men hang enthralled, or for whose kindly glances aiea would sacrifice their aouia. teemed incredible, rerisu. the tnoagui And yet the visitor's mind brought into re membrance cases in which men had sworn they bated women, only to be captured and put in bondage by a pair of bright eyes. The physician struck a fresl matcnana watched the amoke from bia cigar roll laxily -upward aa be related a few strange inci denta that had come under bis observation professionally. "One case that I recall" said the doctor. "was that of a German, a member of all the musical aocietiea, who late In life acquired and betrayed an intense hatred of all women. Ha bad been happily married, aod no one auspected turn of this new feeling that began to creep over bim and destroy the love be had for bia wile and the respect for his mother. "He struggles sgainat it and fought it but it was no use, aod the disease, if sack ft may be called, bfgsn to a bow itself to bia family and frienda, and an instant estrangement from hit wife waa the re sult. He ran away from hit home and was finally returned hopelessly intone. "Now," concluded the ooctor, 'there waa a man who was a woman-hater, only be did not know it, because he waa insane." The physicians had diagnosed hia case aright The conversation turned then on a ease that had been mentioned by Oliver Wendell Holmes in bia book. A very young boy had been left in charge of a nurse, and she had suddenly gone insane. In her maniacal frenzy she tried to strangle her innocent charge, and only delisted when sbe thought she bsd succeeded in her object. Then she killed herself with a raaor, which left her a moat shocking sight. The boy revived, and tbe first thing his eyes fell upon waa the corpse. From that day throughout hit childhood and up to the hour of his death the sight of a woman was enough to throw him into convulsion a. His nurses were men, and his family decided it beat to seclude him. No woman ever entered his apartments, but all the work of taking care of him de volved upon men. He died in those rooms. "Tea, that is very strange," said the physician, meditatively. -But I think I know of one nearly as remarkable," and he went on to relate the following: "In the spring of '81 1 was called in by a prominent banker to attend hia son, who had suddenly bccoiae afflicted with estrange state of mind, which proved to be a hatred of women. This bis fam il j couU not under stand, as be bad always been a leader in social events and foad of ladies' society. "1 found the young fellow's constitution very much run dowa, and made him admit that he waa a victim ot the opium habit. He also confessed to me an adventure that had happened to him, but which I will not repeat aa it Is too long, In which he had been scared nearly out ot hit wits by a woman. 'It was easy enough for me to see that unless the impression eauffht acd retained by hia mind in its enfeebled state could be removed, be would remain a woman-hater all bia life." "Was it ever remove J, doctor 1" asked one of the batenera. "Never," waa the anawer, and the party relapsed into alienee for a moment A diversion was caused by the waiter's re moval ot an empty bottle and the substitu tion of a fresh one, and the conversation was resumed. "Tell us another, doctor," insinuated the newspaper man. "I could tell yon loveral more, but would have to do so briefly, aa a patient is waiting for me," be responded. I recollect a gen tleman who stood very high In all affairs connected with education ia 5ew York. He, too, was a woman-hater. Aa hit opin ion on school affairs was considered valu able, many teachers, especially ladles, used to run to him for advice, but, aa he waa deeply engaged in study, their calls were a source of annoyanoa to him and Irritated him into the state ot mind that I cart men tioned. "He waa a bachelor, but ha finally dis charged all bis women servants, substitut ing men. And orders war given that no woman waa to be allowed to set foot within his doora. He has often told ma that women had prevented fcls reaching the highest rounds ot a elence snd that ha could never regain the tista lost. . "I know another ease whera a man in trusted hit entire fortune to a woman, and the made away with It t-d cado a woman hater out of bim. Ho c?al never address one. "But" concluded tha doctor, tapresatva ly, "I think that designing mothers are re sponsible tor masy of tha woaan-hatera, at they frequently prevent their daughters from marryicg t'nt men of their choice, and when a girl deserts tbe man she love and marries trotter it la very ;. ta C9 mcsta! injury to the first." The Spider aa a Trcvaler. A f.oc'.or desired to send a fine specimen of the spider tribe to a medical friend who was exceedingly curious in the study of such matters. As the reediest means of transit ha inclosed It in a common wooden box, tad dispatched the tiny traveler by ex press. Tne box, turnover, xras too roomy for the spider's wants, and as hs seemed to have disliked tto Jolting tccident to travel ing, ho hsA recourse to a very ingenious remedy. Bees eicee eitrsordircry sagaci ty in overoomiBg C12;cltlea of form and situation, and spiders, It rrould appear, shore to a great extent tha same delicate and useful uot. ttccaa leant it tha In ference v?e feel Incited t) draw from the following fact: TV he a tha spider reached hia destination tsl th consignes opectd tbe box, he was equally surprised atl de lighted to find that bit insect charge had spun for himself a superb hammock, securely bung from the four corners of bit prlson-bouaa, in which he had oouonea, in I -av(ftn r uMl. . ,a fnft In tils tailor fashion, ts sofJy at ha (oca ia his native lair. Tka Churchman, speaking ot the death of Damieu, the leper priest, saa that outside af tha walla of Jerusalem is a leper hos pital tended by deaconess from tha Oar ssaa religtoue aooaea. "Tear after year ibaat karoio women, without pretentiooe eaaa, without any trumpeting of their work, almost unknown to tha world, have waited npon lepers, while them selves literally dying by In oh as. Their courage has only noma to light by the chaaoe notice of trav-alen."