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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1892.
8 Obituary. JONES. Died, Friday, May 0, of heart disease, It. F. Jones, aged 00 years. It is seldom that the announcement ot death is more startling than that of our well-known townsman, It. F. Jones. Many saw him on the street Thursday evening. Friday morning after breakfast he went to the barn to complete his chores. About an hour alter, his wife, thinking it was time for him to return to the house, went to Bee what was the matter and found him where he bad fallen. Mr.' Jones was born near Meadvllle, Pa., September 24, 1820. He came to Welling ton in 1849 in the employ of a contractor who was constructing a section of the Big Four railroad. Hel became acquainted with and married Miss Adams. . Twenty years oftheir life waa"spent in the town of Brighton, where he cleared up a farm. For the last twenty years his home has been in Wellington. He was strongjin his convictions ot duty and fearless in whatever cause he considerad right. By litH first vote he allied himself with the anti-slavery party. Iu bis latter years be has soueht in the same way the suppres. sinn of the liuuor tratlic. By his death the cause of humanity has lost a friend nnd sympathizer. Ills fuuetal took place on Sunday after noon, attended by liev. W. E. Barton uud ltev. A. 0. Wall. In He Your Friend? Is the family doctor vour friend? How many unnecmury visits docs he make you How many days does ho keep you sick that vou ouuut to be at your worn and so doinir how manv hard-earned dol lars does lie extort trom you ? Would not be bettr for you to place your trust in tSuloher Uitlers? Try them. they will be a true friend. Saving you a long sickness and s lurire bill, whicli vou Have liunenc paid to some avaricious doctor. Editor State Journal. 20 KOCH EST Kit. Mrs. Van Zile. of Detroit, passed Inst week in the village, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Garrison. Curtis Lauber spent Sunday with rela ties in Greenwich. Mrs. P. L. liessler, of Cleveland, spent Sunday in the village. W. M. Crandal last week purchase from Justice Slnkeu the part of the old Under farm lying south of the railroad Consideration $1200. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contain .Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and compiotely derange the whole system when catering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do if ten fold to the f.iod you can possibly uerive irom mem, lull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, U., contains no mercury, and la taken internally, acting directly uoon the blood and mucous sur faces ol the system. In buying Hall' Ca tarrh Cure be sure you get tue genuine It is taken Internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimoni als free. Sold by druggists, prlco 75c. per bottle. i rENFICLD. Mat 9. A few of the more active farm an have a few fields of corn planted. Samuel Penfleld, of Michigan, visited I town last week. Edison Howard and wife, of Lak county, are visiting his brother Joseph The Congregational Sunday-school is making preparations for children's day, Rev.G, A. Reader preached at LaGrauge last Sunday evening. J. B. Gaylord visited friends In town a few days last week. Wade Johnson, our renter blacksmith, bas sold his property and interests to a New Tork party whose came we have not been able to learn at this writing. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. church next Saturday, beginning at 2:30 p. m Let there be a goodly attendance. A raietlug of the Epworth league is called for Saturday evening, May 14, and a full attendance U desired. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jewett, of Rochester, visited friends in this place last week. Mrs. Gi'J'Son Stnrr U quite sick; also P. J. Goodyear's youngest daughter. The school beard, at its session last Monday evening, passed resolutions to circulate a petition asking to be admitted into the special district; but how the ad mittance or the entire township Into the special district is to bo beneficial to the people ef the township is more than we are able to clearly see at this stage of the affair; but the will of the majority should be done. ltev, Hughs preaches at the Congrega tional church next Sunday, Ho Is well known to the people of I'enfleld, having preached here a few years ago as pastor of the church in which he speaks next Sunday. About twenty-five of the friends and neighbors of Charles Berdman met at bis residence lost Tuesday evening in re membrance ol his birthday. Charles was completely surprised. An excellent time was enjoyed and refreshments partaken of, when the little party broke up all feel ing that they had enjoyed the occasion Immensely and wished him its many times return. Vno. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was aick, wt (arc hr Cutoria. Wbmahawas a ehlld, she orlrf for Carter!, When she bMame Bias, she olunj to Caitorla, When ih had Childmn, ibi gl them Car orU LA GRANGE. May 0. Business is dull and news scarce. The Ford family will Elve an entertain ment at the town hall tomorrow night. Lost, a large brass key. 'lne under win please leave it at the brick store. Several of our citizens have been sub poenaed to appear before the grand jury. Caddie Howk, of Wellington, waa the guest of Cecile Johnston over Sunday. ii. 1j. wilKins was in iiavuiauu mov Thursday on business, Mrs. Margaret Monro and family leave here for Canton, today, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Georce Libey are nappy over the advent of a daughter. C. VV. Golt Is able to he out again and oversee his work. Dick BuBwell and W. Bristow are at work dn the new college building In Obcr lln. . . Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Iloublns entertained their children at home on May 1. An old- fashioned chicken pie dinner was served. Arrangements are being mage ior ulce ration day serylcea. JSdwin Jj. Adams is Home again auer teaching a successful seven mouihs term of school at Franks' corners, one mile west of Liverpool. Mr. Adams has taught twelve months In all in that district. It is reported that our l oung Americas were somewhat hilarious last rriuay night. They drove one of It. H. Whitney's teams most to death. The saloon has peacefully closed its doors. The people can now cultivate their morals without being disturbed. Miss Inez Kowan, ot Cleveland, was a euest of Mrs. S. W. Reiner over Sunday G. W. Hobblns caught a species of water lizard and has it in a globe on exhibition at his store. Mis. N. L. Bobbins and Aunt Susan Cragin are both quite sick. X.L. Excursion!). The Blc Four will clve excursion rates to the quadrennial conference of the M. E. church at Umaba, JNeb., aiay l-.iu, 1892. One fare for the round trip, 1 ick ets will be sold April 27, to 21) inclusive, good returning until Jvne 1, iwi. LOW KATKS TO I'OKTLAKD, OIIE. On account of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church to be held, at Portland. Oregon, In May. excursion tick ets will be sold via the Big Four route at very low rates lor the round trip. The best opportunity of the season for making a trip to the northwest and Pacific coast at very low rates. CONSUMPTION in its early stages can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, and hastens recovery. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. THE MARKETS Mat 11. 1803 CHKE8K. OhloStandard 0 Family Favorite i BUTTER. Dairy, per ft 00 15 Creamery V !W FI.OI H AND FKKD. Flour, persack(49 lbs) 1.20 Corn meal, per cwt 1.10 Chop, per cwt 1.25 Middlings, per cwt 1)5 Bran, per cwt 05 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.50 GRAIN. . Buying Sel'ng Corn.ihellcd 50 O.fitt Corn, In ear 0 05 Wheat 88 Oats 82 0 38 GENERAL PROblCK. Chlckens.dressed.pcr lb 0 08 Eggs.perdoz .13 Ham, smoked, per B... 0.08 Tallow, per lb 0.03 IHdes.per lb 0.03 Potatoes 35 Maple Sugar 07 Maole Svrnn CO TRAVELERffREGISTER. Big1 Fo-va.r Hoiata. From and after Nor. 13, lsnl, trains will pass Wellington i iiillows central standard time: OOINO WKST. No ft NluhiBi S:Mp.m No. 27 Columbus Accom 5:42 p,m No,;l Cliu'lniiittl and t'nlumbus Ex 8:30 a. m No. it Cleveland and lieeltut ex. 7:Ua m No. Si Local Crciirlil m OOINO CAST. No.1-Ni'.'htKi 5:45a. m No. tfil-Clvveland Accom U:lf.m No. i Clnclunitl Clevo'd El 6:i!Hp.m No. S4. Wheellnic and Cleveland ex AS p. m No.K'.'-Locl Krecuhi 12:4Dp.m -Nn. 8 and 9 will run daily. Noii. 23 and 24 between Cleveland and Wellington only. ' s Xj. 33. exxid. C Sc Commend nil Feb. 1, 1IW2, trains will pass weiitiiuion a loiiowa siauaara nine: OOINO EAST, No. 5 ll.noi.m No. 7 4.1fip.m No. 9 8:03 p.m. No.li (Local) B.tsa.m OOINO WEST . No .4 10:5S.m No .6 S.12p.m (to. 8 8:03p.m No. 16(Local) .20p.m No. trunidallr ;otberdall jrtx .8nndajr. Further Information In regard to this line will be lound on pane i. T . -A.. Sc "W. Huntington. Wft.ll:00i fat2:M. DOES 'rotJn HEAD ACHE IT mil WT IP YOU AK1 KRAU8EO win Cvr a NORMAN LICHTY MFC. CO., DIS MOINIS. IOWA. For Sal fey , We are pleased with the prospect for spring trade. There has been no time wear clothing business of "Wellington seemed so bright and promising as now. It is a fact that our village has become fam ous for something else besides (CllBCftfl Is frond. And va wnnM nnt growth.) There was a time, them made to measure and pay changes. The ready to wear clothing has become popular, buying of Goodrich, for two-thirds the price of custom work, About two years ago we conceived an idea of having made under special and personal direction several styles of men's suits, and the success whicli Ave have achieved with them is remarkable; for at a moderate price our customers are having the advantage of the highest type of tailor-made garments. This is one of the leading features of our business, and togeth er with the fact that competition is stronger here than in any other town of this or adjoining counties, Wellington can't help but be headquarters for ready to wear clothing. Come, then, to the Cheese City if you want to find the best place to buy, and when here bear in mind that Goodrich leads them all in his line. E. E. Goodrich. Jt, -r. n 1 1 .1 V The above representation is not the original The original dates back beyond our time, but the com missioner of patents considering it an improvement over all granted me a patent, dated March 1, 1892. This gear has been decided by some of the best carriage men in the country to be one of the best improvements of the kind on the market and many of them have adopted it and have been using it tor the past year and pronounce it to be all right. As I have to pay no royalty on it, 1 will give my patrons the benefit of it by using good material and selling my goods at a fair price. I have been manufacturing it the past two years and it has riven the best of satisfaction T. DOLAND Well relllncton. 0., May 2. 1HM2. Itoad Notice. XTOTICE la herebr given that a petition will i bs presented to the commissioners ot Lorain countv at their session, to be held on the firm Monday ot June, A. l. MI2. prnylng lor the estnbllnhment ol a county roitd along the following described route la said county, towlt: . . . . Beginning at the south-weit corner of lot No. n. In section No. I, III Penfleld townahlp. running thence north along the west line ot said lot Fo. 6 and the west line of lot No. ft In section No. 2 In said township, tothecentir of an east and west road known as the Joue road, the place of termination. Jams T DikhaMi Lienor Babuctt, U. D.Taylos. May 21 Resolution to Improve Magyar Street, from South Main Street to I-and Owned by the O. C C. & St. L. It. 1L BE IT RESOLVED by the council of the vil lage ol Wellington. O, that It Is hereby declared necessary to Improve Magyar street from South Main street to land owned by the C. C. C. tit. l. K. K. by grading to establish grade. atralghtnlng street llneaand relaying sidewalks ( proper width on lines of aald street. The cost and expense of grading for and relaying ot the sidewalks to be assented upon lota and land abutting thereon. And the cut and expenae of the road Improvement shall be paid out ot the road lund ot the cor poration. And the clerk Is hereby directed to causa tbla resolution to be pulillshed for two weeks in the Wki.i.imjtii Kntkhpkikh and Inatructed to serve notice of the paaiutge of this resolu tion upon the owners of property abutting upon said Improvement. tisld resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the council May held 2. 1M2. 20 R. N. (liiiiiiwix. Clerk nf Corp, Roiul Notice. VT0TICE Is hereby glyen that a petition will L be presented to the commissioners ot Lorain county at tbelr session to be held on the first Monday of June, A. l. W.ri, praying for the establishment of a county road along the following described route In said county, tn-wlt: Running west one mile south of the center of Rochester, said road west through lands as follows: Part of surplus lot No. Ill, range No. IH, tract No. 4: said road running west to county line of Huron county. Dis tance one-half mile. Hkxkt Pikvk. SIIIXKll NATMlHII.ClPWIk, K. L.Clkmimi. April W, W.'. 2" The Best stbsse BEEAD in town CAN BE FOUND AT RF.ROBIWSOFS Cheese. Wellington is now RflV On A wnrd rioannllrKrlv nf itn nrwl n M(rn r not many years ago, when in from $25 to $35 for same. Now it is vastly different, for as other gears of the kind, Such wants are supplied by J. H. WIGHT & SON, Dealer In Clocks. Watches. JeweliT.RI ve rw are, Gold Pcds, etc. No. 5, Public DQuarn.vYeuiDeion .UhlO. AGRICULTOR. 'I J 4JkJ Imported Percheron. Agricoltor Is a pure-bred borne, record' ed in Percheron Norman Stud book of America and France. Color: dapple gray. Height: 17 bands. Weight: 1050 lbs. Will stand aa follows : Wednesdays at Thad Rowland's barn, Obcrlin. 1 Saturdays at LaOrange. The lemalnder of the week days two miles east and one south of Pittsfleld cen ter. Terms, (10 to insure. GARNISIRE. Imported Frenoh Coach. Mahog. ony bay; 10 hands high; weight 1250. Will stand as follows: Fridays at Foot's stables, Wellington. Tuesdays at Thad Roland's stables, Oberlln. The re mainder of the week days at the owner's stsblcs, miles east and 1 south of Pitts its ia n 1 -. . ; til iT the great CLOTHING TTntvATrat Tit a n.A mnn l order to wear a fine suit of and half of those who once were fitted by the tailor are now clothing that suits them just as well. arm Machinery When and where to buy. The time to buy is Now. The place to buy is at W. H. Townsend's. Of course. Why? Because he can give you the best goods in the market, and is in position to give you prices that you cannot get on the same goods elsewhere. Just look over the following line of farm machinery. What is the matter with the McCormick Harvesting Machines. The Oliver, Imperial and T. M. Bissell Plows. Thomas, Deere & Mausure, Tiger and Excello, 6teel frame Disc Harrows. Moline, Evans and Lean Smothing Harrows.- Thomas Hay Rakes and Tedders Moline, Buckeye, and Krauss Sulky Cultivators, Buckeye Grain Drills. Moline and Deere & Mausure Corn Planters. Flying Dutchman Sulky PIowb. Deere Hay Loaders. Super ior and Champion Land Rollers C. Aultman,(k Co.'a threshers and engines. Aultman & Taylor Threshers and Engines. Moline spring-tooth harrows. Mcy hay carriers, and other goods not mentioned here. Look up the manufacturers of this line of machinery and you will find they are the leaders. If you fancy any implement I do nothandle I can obtain it for you. Call and see me before you buy. W. H. Townsend, Scccessor to L. E. Chapman. BEST ORGANS AND PIANOS FOR EASIEST PAYMENTS. The MASON & HAMLIN CO. now offer to rent any one of their famous Organs or Pianos for three months, giving the person hiring full opportunity to test it thoroughly in his own home, and return if he does not longer want it. If he coutinues to hire it until the ag gregate of rent paid amounts to the price of the instrument, it be comes his rnoPEBTY without FURTHER payment. Illustrated Cata logues, with net prices, free. Mason & Hamlin Organ and Piano Company, BOSTON. KEWYORK. CHICAGO. 17 ATTENTION, LADIES! If you want to get the latest styles in Millinery, come to Miss L. E. Brown's. Our stock is entirely new and our prices unit everybody. Please be kind enough to ex amine our stock before purchas ing elsewhere, Nortmre1 Miss L. E. Brown- in five years when the ready to center of this section. A . 1.... i 1 r..i clothes it was necessary to have the years roll by everything fleld center. Terms, f u to insure. H. Si. CLARK, Owner