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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1891.
WaahinRtou Letter. , from oar Regular Correspondent.! ' Tbe president today presidea over very important meeting of the cabinet which wa specially called to consider financial matters.' At this writing nothing official hat been given out as to conclu siooi arrived at by the president; but It i no violation of confidence to lay that there is uot the slightest cause lor alarm over the financial status of the govern ment for) the coming fiscal year; there will be no default or deficit. It is be lieved that it has been determined to con- i . A 1 MAV KriniB M'li ir h mil. uuue ilia i;j jjci wu. tare in September, at 2 per cent, and alse that the form ot treasury statement to be used after July 1 shall be simplified so as to give uBdor the head of "available cash" ""all moneys that are actually available. The present misleading lorm is a relic nf Mm Cleveland administration, which would probably long ago have been changed had not tbe sudden aud unex pected death of Secretary Windom oc curred. Secretary Foster hss been la la yor of changing it ever since he entered the cabinet, but there have been so many other important things to look after that it was not until now that time could he found to consider the matter wiiu me a, liberation its importance demanded. Commissioner of Pensions Rauw tills MMlr .lf?npt Invalid ftrmV nnns1l)R Cprtifi - cate number 000,000, granted tor disabili ties incurred durlog the rebellion. Wid ows and mluors certificates have been is sued to the number of 20-1,471 for tbe army, while naval invalid pi-nsioa have reached the number of 11,510, aud certifi cates to sailors' widows. 5,087. Postmaster-General Wanaiuuker has is sued an order directing, that nil promoiions in the pout office department shall be made on competitive examinations, which shall be open to all clerks in the next low est grades who may caie to pnter. Sev eral ol the departments make promotions on competitive Vxaiuinatlnns. but the clerkj to the next grades who may take these examinations are designated, lustead of giving them all a chance, as Sir. Wan maker's rule does. This U radical civil sen' ice reform, and it will doubtlvss result in increasing the efficiency of the depig ment in all grades, as a rum naturally works with snore spirit when he know that he bus chance for promotion. The Democrat wLo made the discovery that there was f 37,000,000 less In the 1'. S. treasury now than there was on the IW oi July, ltfW). thought that lie hud fo uui a veritable mare's uest. lie was rUhi nlxiut there being that much less money on Land, but In order to have made hit state ment complete be should have included - .. .. Y..V. 4onn a I I. ... me laci UiHi since -luiy I, ioiv, more km been paid out by the treasury for the pur chase of bonds I113.H10.843, Just $"0,810, ' f 13 note thin the reduction in ch spok en of. Thus another Democratic campuign yarn Is disposed of. And so It will be to the end of the chapter. The thoughtful people of (his country will not lie stam peded by Democratic misstatements or partial statements of facts. There is ao mystery in the Ri-publlcan administration of the country's finances; the facta and the (1 cures are always accctnible. . Washington, June 28, 1801. . ' There are some pttent medicines that re more marvelous than a dozen doctors' prescriptions, but they're not those that profess lo cure everything. Evoryliody, now and then, feelt "run down," "played out" They've the will, but no power to generate vitality. They're not tick enough to cull a doctor, but just too sick to be well. That's where the right kind of a patent medicine comes in, and doei for a dollar what the doctor wouldn't do for less than five or ten. We put la our claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. We claim it to be an unenualed remedy to purify the blood and invigorate the liver. We claim it to be lasting in Its el recta, creating an appetite, purifying the blood, and preventing bilious, typhoid and malarial fevers if taken In time. The time to take it it when yon first feel the signs ot weariness and weakness, The time to take it on general principles, is now. ' W. & L. E. Excursions. Half fare via W. & L. E. for 4 th of July via nearly all connecting lines and local point on the W. & L.E. Tickets good a-oing Jnly 3rd and 4th and good to return until July Oth, 1801. F. W. Uarmox, Act Ilalf fare on W. & L. E. B'y July 4th, Gib and Oih, good to return until the 7th; account of labor demonstration at Steu ben villa, Ohio. K. W. 11 AiiMOK, Act ' Summer excursion ticket via Monroe Tllle and Sandusky lor sale at $150 via W. ft JL E. to Lakeside and return. F. W. IIabmom, Agt Tbe W.&LE. aell excursion ticket at one fare tor the round tnp to Toledo and ' return, June 20th and flOth. return limit till . July 3d, account of Ohio Christian Endeavor Union; F. W. IIaiimox, Agt. Sunday excursion ticket to Toledo and retura, $1.80. Good one day only. F.W.UABMO.S,Agt What Change Is wroaght In people who snffor from rheumatism when they taka Hood's Sar aaparllla. The acidity oi the blood, which causel the disease, Is neutralized, the blood Is purified and vitalized, tbe aching limbs and joint rest easily and a feeling of serene health ' is Imparted. 11 cod's Barsaparllla has accomplished wonders for thousands subject torheu . to altera. Try it yourself. The raising of choice poultry is a boLlry with William K. Vanderbllt. II Is bulidlag a $15,000 house for his pet on his estwte at Oakdale. DR. FRANCE, Fovaoeflv of New York, now of the France Medical and Surgical Institute, Columbus.Ohio.riyreoaestof many friends and pHtlmitS, has decided to visit Welling ton Ohio. Friday, July 8. Consul Mticii and Kxamioatlon Free and Strictly Confidential In the Private Parlor of the Anierirxn house from 8 a.m. to 7 p m., one day otilr. ' ' ' "Just fits the hand." Lenox Soap lathers freely in hard water. Five cents a cake, ( i ounces.) Lite is Misery To thousands of people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood. The agonies cauw d ly the dreiultiil running sores and other manifestations of this diseae are beyond descriotlon. There Is no other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla tor scroluW. salt rheum and every form of blood diceie. It is reasonably sure to benefit all who utve It a fair Irlal. Be sure to net Hood's. Walk f Mile and Fay a Dcllar. Two gmid people ot Scrunton, Pa., had a similar experience which Is well worth repeating in their own words lor the ben-i-tlt of our reders Mr. T. W. Knowles, pro prietor EaKle hotel, 300 Penn avenue, writes: ' I have used Dr. Hand's Cough and Croup Medicine in my family for some time, aud found it works so well that I buy It from the doctor by the quantity. Would not (eel safe without it in the house." Hosar Reynold, 220 North Main avAuue, hIso writes in this effect: "Incases of cough and croup occurring in any fam ily ot eli ild re n I would send a mile and pnv a dolle.r a bottle lor Dr. Hand's Cough and Croup Medicine rather than take any other as a Kilt. It hils the nail on-the heml every lime." For sale by F. D. Felt It Is not gmeraly known that our government has gone Into the stock-breed Ing litnliieps 't'lliouub ty-erelary Rusk's ambitious in various dlredtlnni are under stood lo be limited only by the despotic wire fence of appropi lotions. Now, bow ever, the interior di p ir'ment wlsh'-s lo e. tbllsli a siNtioii for mining reindeer on St Lawrence island in the Ib-riim sea and dpi. C. B. fiirti. of Madison, Wis., is asked to take chnrge of It. It is hoped that the reindeer may evenlmlly take the place of dogs in drawinir slednei. The bnportasee of pnrttytog the blood can not be overestimated, tor without pars blood yoa cannot en)oy food health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wa ask yon to try Hood's DMilir Bamparffla, It strengthens rclullar BOiids op the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion; while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation ot tbe vegetable remedies used give to Hood's BarsaparuTa peeul- Itcalf lar cwatlvs powers. Ko IUIISCII ctthermeoUcmehasiarecordof wonderfol cures. II yon nave made op your mind to buy Hood's Barsaparllla do not be Induced to Saks any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's SanapartUa Is sold try all druggists, frspared by C L Hood ft Co loweU, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar Notice. An application will be made to the governor of the state of Ohio (or tbe pardon ol Clinton Wad a worth, a convict Id tbe Ohio peniten tiary, sentenced at the April term of the court of common pleas of Lorain county, A. 1). law, for assault with an Intent to com. mit a robbery aud for robbery, for one year. Hald application will be heard on the 8rd day ot July next or as soon thereafter as bearing can be had.. II. N. Wapswoith. Wellington,)., June 17, 11. 28 Notice of Appointment. . Estate of John A. Chapman, deceased. The undersigned have been appointed and guallfled as executors ol the will of John A. hapman. late of Wellington, Lorain county, Ohio, ; deceased. All persons having claims against said estate should present the same to the undersluned. 0. V. Cha-ka, '.) K. A. VixCkur. bated this ICth day ot June A. D. loul. CUBAN PARROTS. My first Importation has arrived. They are Fis, HiAi.THY FiaaoTs and will maks good talkers. VVoOearh, Bend for one at once. W WILSON 1I1RU Hl'UKB, Cleveland, 0. WAIT& OTTERRBACHER, Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Mechanic Street, first door east of American lionee. THE MARKETS SHIPMENTS OF BUTTEB AND CHEESE KG 11 "MB WEEK ENDIHO JULVjl. Cheese. ... pkgs. 811 24,330 lbs Butter .... . " .... lbs . CHEESE. Ohio Standard ...7 Family Favorite..... 1 BUTTER.. Dairy, per B. ............. 00 13 dreamery f lb , 11 -17 FLOUR AND FEED. ' Flour, per tack (49 lbs) 1.25 Corn meal.percwt. 1.60 Chop, per cwt. 1,70 Middlings.per cwt ... 1.10 Bran.percwt .1)5 Oil Meal, per cwt 1-50 1 OBAIH. Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled ............ 0.75 Corn, in ear. 0 75 Wheat 07 Oats W GENERAL PRODUCE. ' ' Ohicktms.dresscapcr tt 0 OS Eggs, per doz. 0.14 Ham, smoked, per lb... 0.08 Tallow, per B 0.03 . Hides, per lb i 0.04 Potatoes 100 Wool 20 30 TRAVELERS' REGISTER. From and alter June 7, 1891, trains will an Wellinntonaa tollows-eentral standard time: OOINQ WKST. No. 9-NlsluEi 9:Mo. m No.27 Columbus Aocom 5:24 p. m No.S Clnolnnstl ana umuinnus h t il a. m No. 23. Cleveland and WbeellDK ex. 7:33 a. in No.81 Local Kruinlit U:35.m OOINO EAST. Na.R Nliht Ex 6:Ws.m No.S-C(eTlnd Aeenm S:21a. ra No. CincioDttl ACIcve'd Ex 6:28p.m No. 4. WhellnsandClevelandex, i.Vv- m No. 82 Local Fmubt l:47p.m -No. Sand 0 will run dally. TT. Ss Zj. S. and C. ite XT. Commencing May 18, 1891, trains will pass Weill out on as tollows standard time: 00INO EAST, No. 1 No. No.V No. No. 17 (Local) 4.82S.I ll.OOa.m 4.1Sp.m ..ar. 8.10 p.m. depart 8:28 v.tos.m OOIKO WEST . No. 10 1 No.S ; No.S.... : Ho. 8 ... 4:Wa.m ,.!0:Ma.m ..S.lBp S:2Hp No. 18 (Local) I.iupjn No. 1, 8nd (daily; others dally ax. Bandar. Further Information In regard to this line will be found on pace 2. Xs. A.. Sc "W. IIuntluKton, west, 9:11; east 4:31. H3?r ESSCHOTIM, UNDERTAKERS, WELLINGTON, i Mr. Benschoten baring decided to remain In Welllnicton, we have formed a partnership for conducting the undertaking business. 16tf N.U. IIovt, J. M. BairscHOTSI. 'OUT par rock, lamp salt for P your stock. The most eco nomical form of Bait for feeding stock is furnished by nature in the rock' or mineral form, and the beet possible method of supplying it to stock Is to place lumps of it in the mangers and other places whero it can be easily reached when re quired by them. ' We can furnish it in lumps of any size, from five pounds upward. We are also prepared at all times to supply all with the boat brands of lime, cement, calcined plasters, plastering hair, etc. We need not remind readers of the above of our complete stock ot the fanciest of fancy groceries, provisions, fruits vegetables, flour, etcBirriea rassirai fresh every day. Coffee and peanuts roasted f resh'twice a.week. Oranges, ba nanas, lemons and pine apples un equalled any place outside the large cities. ' New cucumbers, lettuce, radish es and onions from best Cincinnati gardens. Asparagus and pie plant from 'Wellington gardens and multitudes of other desirable goods, which con always be found at ". Bowlby & Hall's , PHYSICIANS. , R. HATHAWAY M. D. SPKCIALTIEHl Itoc.lal diseases and dlacaaos of the bladderand kldneya. Pllea.ulcoration of th rectum, latula n ano.nsaorvBauuauiJrovBinDgaiteasea or ine Brtiim treated br an tmDroved avalnm. wlthnnt pain ordetentlon from business. DlnoMea of the bladder and kldneyatrcatsdonly after a caret aland properaualysls of the arluo . Office in . CarpenterDloek ' Wellington, O DENTISTBY. DR. O.K. HISEY, Tectb wltboutPlates. on either gold or rub ber, Gold Caps, Crown WorkArtlstlo Gold Filling; In fact, All Kinds of Dentistry Care fully Done and Fully Warranted. Charges Reasonable. . I have employed!. J. Mason, V). D. 8., re cently of Bellevue, Ohio. Dr. Mason Is a grad uate of the Dental department of tbe TJnlver sltyof Michigan and Is a specialist Inopera- Ivedontlstry. ' (19 A.TT0ENEY8-AT-LAW. J.T.HASKELL. inomumWuiKOIAwIFDSLIG, Loansand Collections mado a specialty Office In bank building." J. H. DICKSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and solicitor ot American and Foreign . WEST SIDE PUBLIC 8QDAEE, WELLINGTON, - OHIO. C. 5C CO., GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. The best companies In the United States repre sented by us. Office north side Llbertystreet second floor Wadsworth block. (31tf . Oio. C. Bi sh. Chab. C- Stevick. BUSH & STEVICK, FirelnsuranceAgents Benedict - Block 2tf Wellington, O. Pictures of all kinds. Finest wora and latest styles. Copying and enlarging In Crayon, Ink and Pastel. Special attention to the babies. CroaWs Block. WelllsKtoB, O. C. E. SUTLIFF, DEALEH I1T COAL Anthracite Massillon, Jackson and Blosaburg Terms Cash and Prices Low. Offlceon West Liberty St., Telephone 48 J. J. THOMAS, , Manufacturer Of And Daalar la Monuments 5 Tombstones Everything pertaining to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prlcei to suit tbe limes. (26 CHRISTIE & BSNNSTT MaUrCTVBItBS OF CARRIAGES, WAGONS ADD SLKItillS ' Or EVBRT DKSCRIJTIOIC. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. PLANING MILL. 1). L. fkm vTOETH A CO alanufactgrafs of and doalers la Door si 3aH avxicS. Sllxxd Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Battens, Mould ings and Flooring. Siding made and Sur face 1 lacing Clone to oruer on snon no tic. WELLINGTON, O. Pratt. & Herricks 6CKSEAL - FEED AKO riODS Ml Free delivery to uny pnrt nl thecorpor atlon. Hailroau stret-t. Wellington, u. v VETEEINAEY SUEGEON. L. B. PRATT, Umm Imm nl Dentist. Orders recelred at Adams'. Hounhton's and P. D. Felt's drus stores. Horses still tnken for treatment at my stable on Conrtland Avenue. " ""r. o. HOLLA Nli Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, '(;; V7.UBHhT- J." Orders received at Telephone Eichsnge and at J . u. reu s drug store. Graduate Toronto Vote rtnarvCollege, class's? Look Are you going to buy a new Buggy, Road "Wagon or Cart this season? If so, don't fail to call on O. B. LINDSLEY. where you will find the largest stock in town to pick from, with prices to suit the times. Old Tripp shop, Mechanio St., Wellington, O. MILLIaN'SnRj"5r AT THE BOSTON "We have a few Millinerj Goods on hand which we will sell regardless of cost. Come in and ex amine them. Also a lot of .Children's Hats to close out. Worth all the way from 35c to $1.00, of which you can buy your choice for 25c. Come early to avoid the rush. Remember, we sell regardless of cost, MISSES ENSLEY & RITZENTHALER. Emerson Block. mmt A POSITIVE CURE FOR Z v-5::::all female diseases. SOME OF THE SYMPTOMS Snrt soruiM la nsioa of onrlss, Blxldn dlOoollr, hpF!., and with all thi. nvBpkjms a torrlll narron. all thMS bf a )!. luncm mtrm nam female maauas. lam saasl be nsMdlas appUad titU to lb irta, aad Urn (ban Is Pf aaaaest Isilat ebulaad. , EVERY LADY OAN O. B. Pile Remedy. I 1.0 Ibr ens saoatb'a treatsaeah I O. B. Stomach Powders. wMiiu vun. i ruu-A&sjj c I i j. J3. uuney onee. J. A. McCILL, CO., 4 hhom iacp. CHICAGO, ill K SAW BT V. I). FELT. Drueclst. Aak ftir iesnrlnllv pirrnlar.. It Pleases Us Immensely to have people come into our store and say, "Our neighbors were in hero buying Groceries and other goods a few days ago, and advised us to give you a look before t buyng, and we have decided to do so." These exact words have been 'said to. us a cood manv times : and. as we have said be- ay . w .. ' fore, good goods, low prices and courteous treatment to all is the best advertisement we can send out. Reader, we cordially invite you and all your friends to come and see us, and we will try and make it profitable for you to trade with us. ' ; TUGKEK&COLE tl'rf r i A tl OF THE new designs ot attachments with each machine. These and the new woodwork make the Domestic the aeknowl etKd standard ol excellence. Bt rri.i as ol all kinds on hand and asFAinian a sueolaltv. Oi ls In lloyl's furniture store. Free Battle). a - J- g , e t J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent . . . n. a n. .. . i .... IJMlorin viin;aB ?f au;ues, ueweu j, oil sjarware, Gold Tens, etc. No. 8, Public Bguar. Wellington. Ohio. . , i - . nr.i.i... T l. f II Here! NOVELTY STORE. F raqa.nl arisulou, LmarrhcM, rVinnlpslios of thoroava IiiiIimm nf ihMrntina. Intvn.l MmalM aHII fMlln uiturliu h Lhm nl 1 n t THE flulNUI zasilncu. TREAT HERSELF. as usual,;thb. -WILL MAKK Low Excursion Bates OX ACCOUNT Of THE Tickets will be on sale Jnly 3rd and 4th between all local points wltlila a radius of O0 lnlles fro in lulatial point of ticket at ONE FARE yon TUB Hound Trip sar-Tlckets 'soed Kolng on date ot sale and good returning to and Including July 8th, Wl. TURN OUT, ONE AND ALL . AND CELEBRATE TUB sJInrimio fnnHh For Tickets and full Information call on or addresss W. H. FIBHKH, Aaeut C. C. C. k St. L.B t. . B. MARTIN, General Passenger Agent, Clnolnnstl, O. mm Bill FOUR ROUTE 4fliofJuly.