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A:: THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1891. I. , ' 7 f 'II FRENCH BEAUTIES. Tariou Chans In th. Prevailing MylM or O.Uio tovauoeaa, . France, says tbe Gonlors. has a revo lution overy fifteen or twenty year, m ihe boautles can be classed by regis. Bach group has Its distinguishing type Tbe first empire beauty wu dtvhsely ,'aH and clr.Rsie in her feature and bear ing tmd a wee bit sentimental ' That of tho restoration was less in inches sod greater In girth, though slender, of waist. She was simple and unpreteod juj, with withal tbe.eavolr vivre of edu cation ncd nobility of race Euproe Louis has immortalized tho beauty of tbe monarchy of July t She. too; was raocful and elegant, but more modern. Who Las not read In the annals of tbe citizen king of the Duchess de Pino, tbe Marquise do-Talleyrand-rerigord. one of tbe most famous of court beauties? Her rlaala were tlte Prlncesse de Llebeo. tbe Prlncesso Eelgiojos, Daronne de Vatry Duchesses dc Deematie aud de Kits James, who used to coll herw-lf queen of England a Imrmlef usurpation - , ihe Countesses fxson and de la Redorte Thcre still survives Ivkutlu-rea (are Minister) therefore ivith Quelph Mood Mme. Liardieres has an admiring solos) still, her features arc handsome and her manner cliarminR The most impos ing beauty of Louis Philippe's time was Ac Duchess PIstric, who always wore Thite fi.".tin, scarlet ribltons iu her raven hair and a diadem of splendid diamonds. Tho Comtesso de Fit glomes had fair tresses and opulent shoulders There are other names of lesh prominent note. marquises iind ducliefcses of beauty and wit Ol the "prolehsiona! lieautlfar thoro was the Duehesse dTIlcliingpn, one of tho tnosl perfect model thatever sat to puiuter or sculptor Mraa Odm comes second, ller blonde trisses measured a yard aud a half lon a record of departed plorics. 1 A PALATIAL STATION. Oh In ;rmny Ttiat ( mi roar Million Dollar. Tbe most costly of all tho Berlin rail way stations Is tho Anhalter s tattoo, said to bavo cost four million dollars One can hardly credit the statement, as Ak tralnhouse contains only sis tracks, Most of the money was spent on the front building'. It in simply a palace. Sooeof our public buildings la Wash ington has an entrance hall which b at ill comparable to tbe great vestibule aad staircase of this building Even tbe great railway stations of Loudon ' are ccmp!eteiy,-aurpaed by. tbe. A halter station, which is the termtaos for trains running to Erfurt, ledge burg. Carlsbad, ilalle. CasseL Prank. Turt-on-the-Maiu, and ma ay other point. At this station, eays the Boston Her ald, as -at tbe Potsdam station, crunks and all minor luggage belong iag to passenger are carried upstair io tbe main floor of the station by tbe porters. The heavier luggage is take up by tbe hydraulic elevators that play -o important part In sll Berlin railway Nations. There 4s an enormous ree raarant and wailing rooms on tbe track door of the station, tbe first and seoood jlas passengers 4elng carefully separ -Oed from the third and foortb class, Tbe tracks leading out of this station are elevsted, and run past fire-story imlldings for a long distance. The star . tie Is really la the heart of the city dow, although thirty years a?o the lo cation would have been repirded a almof t on tbe outskirts. The Senatorehip. , DBDIOATKD TO COL. 0. U tODCH. , . Salt Riveb CItt. UpD'. 5. Special to the BuTEKPEisa We Democrsla and the two aid societies now np Bait river have views on the wnaiorUl question. We re practically wild for IToraaer. we love him for the enemies be bss made In bis party. We want him at the hesd of the Kepubllcsn party in Ohio. Twice he he has sent the entire Buckeye Republl caa outfit up Ball liver, and yon remem ber the last time you had lo surrender v.inr saber and shoulder straps to a Jm Scrst We Democrats got postessl.io of tblDusand enjoyed tli UHUfruct of office durithelenderehluol Forsker lUBtan even half of the time. Bten our own "Doc" got to be a trustee oi we uuuu lum and a director ..f tlie world's fair. But there is snotDrr reason iur "ui John unity. Duiing irorsser s q.inuru . caudidacy for governor we have twice m.bltdupthe Lnltea ouuei uui..F . , Tl,. .,nnilar thn slab) ana oeen aoie iu twice lor conitressioiial purposes. the state Now, hsve taken our last trip np Silt river That's where we will he, while Forsker will either be with us over there or older than Methuselah spplsust-. Now, the question Is, What shall we do! Basil we lie supinely on our backs, shall we sit like patience on a monument, shall we relapse Into Mnocaous desuetude' yells yor Grover and make no effort to selte any of the usufructs of office and allow John Bherman and his antedeluvlans to gobble up all the emoluments T Tou Democrats with the belp of the aid societies never hsve been and never will be able to pul-vt-rtze Sherman. Now what shall we do? Cries ot 'You tell.J Well, I will. The thing to do Is to combine, march In solid phalanx, seize Joan Bherman and pump him full." Tbe roar of approval which greeted this scheme fairly lifted the roof off the bar racks. Bedlam was loose, while the an tics of old Democrats who hsve been peg. (ting away at eneiman ail tnir lives were ery ludicrous. Doc stood on his head rith bis bands in bis pockets sod cracked his heels together. Uncle John dropped bis third leg, mounted the platform and cut a beautiful pigeon-wing, while David H. and David P. executed a rattling joint this has all happened during the Uepuull- C0K dance. Ps Wells snd Uncle Jsmes -n inaderBhiD of J. B. r- we are up both mounted the plnttorm and sanirla Salt river now. thanks, or rather no thanns gten0rian tones "Old Grimes Is Dend" to to John Bherman ana But if we had had rorsaer " ould now be down there holding jo lid- cations snd quarrelling : over titates senuiorBUip, wui """"""." up here eating cro ueau We don't like John Sherman. Wn lick him. We want some Uepublicao tor senator whom we have linked and whom we can Itck sgaii F.,k.r is our Aluinet 1300 veurs ago we commenced the P"" of kmickli.g out tbe Hon. John Blurman. But ne nau a Remus for coining up to the scraWh snd proving himself au ugly customer-was certain to kuock tuout snd render us .n- wnsiule to tbe call oi lime, i ; While we C.ilTer wiiii ou "7 ovur otlier pr lcuiarcuuOTi " ... conciivahle.Ve are pretty wel I united on the point that norasw .u... front. After six years we can easily lick h.m i.m nnd then we will have two sen awns. . . . ,, Now. Colonel. 1 wsni io mu ju we Hied a Bherman wwmer. wuu w.M- up here to "touch-' wis ueieBi"u . Intensts of lr. Bherman. A speclsl meeUng was call? at our barracks, and .? .Un nuc" announc- a lewsharp nccompsniambnt by Uncle Daniel. When order was restored Follsnsbee introduced tbe lollowlog resolution. hich went tbrouKh with a whirl: "Itesolw-d. tliat all pledges that Col. Will Not Waite may have mtde l support John Bherman are hereby declared to be a species of po litical diplomacy, wholly innocent and justifiable when the other horse is several lengths ahead in the race and there is no flivor of crow In their repudiation." Biickkvb Democrat. "Just fits the hand:: " "noA ejno mm 9J9tio pajno sch Stiooj poj M1 pus Aqep , snoAJOu 'eisdodsXp ejno pue OAOdJ .';!'.',! him ': cijucdcsjcg s.joXv ',-i,"A jib . . 'soseesip pooiq : jaqjo lie pus 'euiozoa '89JOS snon;ojos 'sopunqjBa sodiujd 'sog JOj E. HATHAWAY M.D. . SPBOIAlTIEtfi BeetaltlsesMS and dlee of the bladder and kldaera Pllo.DlcratloD ofthf factum, litali Dtno,lsraaDdallpranlllDf dlaeaaes of Mi rectum traated by aa Improved jstem, wlthoot ptlBordeMntlnii from baelaeee. I)laeiirorthr bladderand kidney etreat sdoaly tfter a Onrefn land properanalyaleof the urine . (Iffleelo CarpeaterBlook - WeUlncton.O when It was duly opened Doc' ed that Kon. Wsyoacs. was mom ready to deliver nis ceieo m .. -Wait until John Bhermsn bss .. w aT. t as Jtnough." "The Hon. air ""', -i.. Jt svm twA nnvm mso. uiu ows uasieen stopping with the People's party hTrablnof tfoeto vVIIJIam. I onder a . i... 'tvnrlied' Uncle William snd tbgrongbly convinced him thst John Shermanhas not had -enough. I wont conceal the fsct from 1 n0P? ? ly after Bis lecvire. - --- tftrposit'on to linger In our midst, 1 . lst .h.i John wUI see to It tbst be mom oa. We wUI rive bim a fair show .-j -v.. , mi ra uncle John win re- r with Llm snd drop a gentle bint that w havs been waiting long eoouKh for John bherman to get enongb. air- w ay. Mrnrlad in bv Lncie W II, lieu. Ue was a tell, cadaverous looking man. with sunken eyes, and looked ss it tVcould never get "enough.- There was soVtW. which, h JS k-1 i. wm and left, and every time be towed bis trowssrs pulled np on bis bool ls about eight Inches. Heat once sailed Into bis subject and said, " My con. ndlntflrimds,wsit until John Bhermsn has efioough.e Lenox Soap lathers -freely in hard water. Five cents a cake, (12 ounce.) In accordance with s time-honored custom, the BIG FOUR ROUTE will sell Excursion Tickets account Christmas : Holidays at Is fare for the round trip Tickets will be sold December 24, 25 and 31, 1891, and January 1, 1892, good returning until dan. 4, 1892, affording everyone an Excellent Opportunity to enjoy a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR For full particulars call on agents of the Big Four route. W. H.Fisher - - Agt INVALIDS!! To TH08K who are suffering from chronic, blood, or any rare form of disease, who have been unable to get relief, or whose phywoian . does not understand their case, we desire to Bubmit the follow- ing statement; ; ' ; BivKome. t The principal of our institute, has Bpent years in making a careful study of chronic and blood diseases and their results. He has every confidence in his ability to permanently cure or to give material relief to all who intrust their cases to him. . ' LADIES, Dr. Home haB no superior in the treatment of the diseases of women, having had a wide and successful practice in this specialty. j YOUNG MEN who have become victims of solitary vice that dreadful and de structive habit, which annually sweeps to an untimely grave 1 thou sands of young men of exalted and brilliant intellect, may write with confidence. Diseases of the throat lungs, eyes, ears, etc., treated with skill. Seminal weakness positively ured and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs guaranteed. Private diseases of both sexes a specialty. Our facilities for handling diseases cannot be surpassed. We have all the appliances known to the medical profession. Our laboratory is stocked with a large and varied assortment of drugs, the purity of which we guarantee. All our medicines are compounded there, under oar our own eyes and by experienced hands. " Treatment sent 0. 0. D. to all parts of the country. Write for question blank. and carefnU attention. TABLE LUXURIES TaILY SUPPLIES THE OAHLIA. Send for our new catalog. Ill fWULU "4 i s I u -From Kverlartlng to Everlasting . -. . n fnrM!L.n 4n rTWplftTirl. Jumnbsck ltb me a thoussno years anu v uit vwai nuwu " w Iind Ironi time to time msny wepuou- BeuUrnl Vsrlattos Uavalod y ColU valla a. The daldia was not an inmate of our gardens before the present century It was named after a Dr. Dahl, and waa introduced into Europe about tbe year 1803, says tbe Detroit Free rresa. It belongs to the same order of plants to which belongs the sunflowers and chrysanthemums. It is a native of Mexico, and flourish on sandy plains five thousand feet nlxire the sea, form ing Isrge bushes swen or eight feet high. When it vr. (lrst known its flowers were single, with a yellow disk and dull scarlet ray ctals. Cultivation bss cnt only changed ita flowers, it has chungl also Its time of flowering, tho hcijlit of Its growth and even the shape of its seed. Now tbero arc dwarf kinds hardly two feet high, which aro In full blossom in the end of June. Tbe tubers were at one time nsed for food in France, but they are sharp and harsh in taste, and of lit tle value as an esculent. During the last few years the Single form of the dahl In has como in favor These .inglo flower, at first only red and yellow, are gradually giving rise to many beautiful varieties of shade at color. Jaws ol Aala. Ants have very powerful jws,cdo Mdering the aize of their bodies, and therefore their method of fighting Is by biting. They will bite one another aad liold on with a powerful grip of their jaws, even after their leg have been bitten off by other ante. Sometimes sis or eight ants will be clinging with a death grip to one another, making a peculiar spectacle, and some with half of tbe body gone. One singular fact is that the grip of an ant s jaw is re tained even after the body haa been bitten off and nothing but the head re malt. A raUoaa's Pooch. In Gray's harbor, Washington, tbe pelican Is a common sight. Capt. Berg . roan, of the steamer Typhoon, shot two of tho birds the other day, and, in order to find ont how much water the pouch of this bird would hold, lie cut off tbe head of one of then, and tied a string tightly about the nccb Water from a faoeet was allowed to flow In, and when the poncb was filled it contained six gallons. . ' Extlactloa ol lb draff. Tb giraffe b In danger of estlnctkm Ten years ago herds of seventy or eighty could be fouml, where to-day Jiirteen would be a lurge hrd A a African chieftain, however. Khama, baa taken tbe giraffe nndcr bis prote tioa and preserves it just ss the cxar of Roast baa preserved In a forest of Lithuania the European Sisoo from e-nCJoa. uii . n Ann tha anna can statesmen siuim..- - ----- torlsl toca and wa ting for John Bherman r0".. :h With msnv of them hope deK delbe heart sick and they gseup the ghost. DenoUon waited sad V ..rUrt Si-lieock. and so did uieu, auu mv , v Whv dldn'l they go at and elect . i f thair narn. as John cher "r'V in. . moatlent with ill KU uuvd. ...... r - . . ... i.i-. ..( n.a ran went out In the tin ciunati cmventlon snd he lell down seu.e. Ir with a ounstroke In Washington. ti.i- .),. i Imt it is foreordained tbul sll m,1UT until John Bhermsn, gets .-...I. n. Forsker Is getting Imps tlnl and Is howling for John 8he-mn to - k o.n hHva a rhance. John 5i..7ma won't oulU In the beginning i.i.. sh.rman. and be will be in it waa fvu. . . - , , , . . u t initha of ncriods . .i..i- kimuir on tin toe snd swinging i?io arms he fired this climax st us. -Why don't Joseph Benson Forsker tlnct a publican leicialature when John Sherman Is not acsndidale for one more tenr. Ue tried m you know, in 189. but his ballet box sppears to hsve been load--r.rt to have exnloded. hurling him "up ... .ml nnar I sav let him wait A old Wsybsck steppetl down he was .reeled with yells of India nation snd also byUncle John, who set7.ed him by the bilr and escorted him outside the bsi rocks nH .hen L'ncle John returned his toes THE CHANDLER & RUDD CO. 22-24 Euclid-av. East End store, Euclid and Wilson-ars. BREAD, OYSTERS, FREMONT HAMS, Buckwheat Flour, CHOICE TEAS, COFFEES, Constantly on Hsnd. This space belongs to B. Vanator .C."ed?hrough hi nght stog., wbiie a & Qq Dealer in Fancy and Staple Groceries, lonuaote fJoniwl as he walked, quietly rmsrkinp. "Uuew Old Waybsck's enough I John tibermao nlnt He Crosier Block. Rot wasl rhatrman I then announced that Col. iu.ii m u.i, of Kidville. U.. was pres- ri.ilvar his ehxiuent and rill wwu.w , i, . i.. iifir. nn "Where snail we urn when John Bherman gets Enough r and WhstsliaUwe do nowT" in mid. I)oc has a brad lor ngur auu proves everything with matbmstical ac ........ ii I. a fine snecimsn of man- huvl aaPaiMIT Oil VPiri 171 a KTJ vviom o military mustache snd side whiskers run nina down from his ears perpendicularly. n ...oa I . . I .1. j.f Kal mullt. I m a. A uestia.-tromineuwuc....... lf Vvrim -itt Hi nil nnnnnt 7.BrJrrhVbe.nfee C5ClCi;t HUIU "U 1.IIH nni.ii.,rn cr 111 and trvinir 10 in eummii. th.., i,rl V.i minute and Intricate I hava discovered thnt he has u- ....... . anm, . made $5)00,000 st ne rate oi a fear. Now,'-flitgerM it out by dividing Q 000,000 by 6000 and you will find that it J... f..n 10m ware asm when be com- variety of choice upholstered goods, kitchen tables o A full line of holiday goods. e e e e- A mammoth stock of f urni to select from which canm fail to please the most exacting. Hook caech, tide boards of elegant designs, an end SKT'llXr i novel dehigns, cay chairs-just the thing to prcfcnt to Sherman U sbcail oi us iraoro ariwnuiiuj i , 1 l verily bfiieve if something int done friend for a Christmas present. fiVeryDOdy can. snd Joun euermsn " nntll ha irptu ennuKh. Gabriel will be ord ered to toot his rotl!w horn snd (leclure by him that livtth forever tnd ever that time ohall be no more lndlanstino. Then where shall we ber (Cries or no. where. -Ve. mv friends, yon will be somewhere. 1 ou, 1, wui oe uu aoXei Correspondence receives prosapt m wm Lleaieal ana Surgical 117 Public Square, Cleveland, O. 18, of the Immense Clothing Stock Of the late Chas. Spitzenlourg. Is now in Full Blast, and the Sales are double our expec S50.000 worth of clothing and gent's furnishing goods at 30,40, 50 and 60 cents on the dollar. All of the above named goods nrp to he sold recrardless of pro proosoiy anaren-ango,, uu j.-u, v.iv. nit , Jsmes. wia be in Abrahams t.om.sBd fp.flVfi tarill. ! yon. IMvId II.,wlll be a srrsphlm: snd IjCiyllwC; Utea. .. . 1. jr. HOYIV East Mechanic street. I . For Cash Only . In the history of Lorain county no such an opportunity has been offered the people. It will pay you to stock up for the next five years. Come on, for the prices will move the bulk of this stock in the next six weeks. 1 Pi Walls will be a cherubim ; and vnn. Itentlev. will be a cherub with a .JH.n tinrn- and VOU. Uncle John, will b llsteclng to (he Dipping, flipping of th sowM w inci". snd each and all of ui all) BAEER,F0STER & CO. 21 Broad street - - Elyria, O. ,-, . .aw. ..j -."rvri nun- msisiiisn iuimu.; ' t-, v J r . ' ; .