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HE -VlN JL Jtv Jhc JlvI C jlv. "o A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Lorain County and Vicinity. VOL. XXVI. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 20, 1892. NO. 21) IH4WXfiXXXH,tH0 Do you need specks? iBSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSl II so, do not delay, but call at once at and be fitted from their ele- gant stock of spectacles and I eye glasses in gold or steel 1 frames. TUCKER & HOYT The Grocers In their stock can be found daily Fresh fruits Berries Vegetables Provisions. . The largest stock of canned goods, The best brands of flour. The best tea for the price. The best dairy butter con stantly on hand. In Fact If anything is wanted, call on the grocers, B West side public square. Buy a postal card. (It coats a cent.) If you have a clock which needs attention, Drop me a postal card and I will call at your house and get the clock, ltepair it and return same, Thus relieving you of all trouble. My prices are reasonable and my work I guarantee. John M. Cushman. Practical watchmaker and Jeweler, Wellington, 0., west side public square In grocery store. Do you Know? That more ills result from an Unhealthy Liver than any other cause-Indigestion, Consti. pation, Headache, Biliousness, and Malaria usually attend it Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator is a vegetable specific for Liver Disorders and their accompany ing evils. It cures thousands why not be one of them? Take Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator. Your uruggist win supply you. CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills They regulate the liver, cleanse the stomach, and greatly assist digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Every Dose Effective. I T. HASKELL, Attorney- J . at-law and notary public Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. I II. DICKSON, Attoracy- J. at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. R N. GOODWIN, insur public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc, written neatly and legally. Over Serage's shoe Btorc. PRATT & IIEKRICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. c j. SUTLilJJ'F. dealer in . coal Anthraoite,Massil' Ion. Jackson, etc.: prices low terms cash. Office on "West Liberty st. Telephone 48, C SAtilii & OU., insurance agents . r ire. me, acci -n ; dent and tornado . Represent best companies m the United States. AVadsworth block TRAVELERJTREGISTER. STANDARD TIME. Big Four. - In effect July HI. lHtti. - UOIXO WKKT. N. 9 " 27 " 5 " 3 "21 .9:4(1 p.m. No. 8 .52 a. ID i 8:05 1:20 " H:.to a- m. 7:40 " 2 24 10 fU toe It. 6:.up.m :.i . l:l H:1U 1 HI loo 11.11:30 No. 23, 24 and 25 between Cleveland and Wellinittoa only. No. 23 runs Suuday only. "W. Sc X. X3. azs-d. C Sc 2. Commencing Feb. 1, 1892, trains will pass Wellington it (ollows-standurd time: OOINO 'EAST . No. 5 ll.OOa.m No. 7 4.1f.p.m No. (I 8:03 p.m. No.l7(Local) .a.m OOINO WEST. No .4 I0:5M.m No .6 S.12P Ho. 8 t):U3p.m No. 16( Local) 2.20p.m No. (runsdtlly iotnoradally.x .Sunday Further Information In regard to this line will be found on pane i. IP. J.. Sc "W. Huntington, west. 11:00; east 2:05. The Markets. July 20, 1892. CUKESE. OhioStandard 1 Family favorite.. ' o HUTTKK. Dairy, per II 00 8 13 .Creamery lb 19 FLOUB AND FKK.D. Flour, peraack(48 tbs) ' 1.30 Corn meal, per cwt 1.20 Chop, per cwt 1 ,U0 Middllngs.percwt 85 .90 Bran.percwl 85 .90 Oil Meal, perewt .... 1.50 CHAIN. Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled 50 0.60 Wheal 80 Oats 85 OENKKALrBOUVCK. Hhlckeus,drossed,pvr ft. 0 08 Eggs, pel dcz. .13 Ham, smoked, pot Ii.... ' 0.08 Tallow, net 1L i O.IUI Hides, per ft..'. . . Potatoes W 0.03 28 Wool. WELLINGTON PEOPLE ABROAD. l'eople, Custom, and Cltlei of Franco and England a. Seen by a Well'ngtoulan, We Lave just returned from Par is, t longed to stay another week, for Paris is beautiful beyond description and especially at this season of the year. Some would call it artificially beautiful, everything being arranged to captivate the eye ot a stranger. The windows of shops themselves are worth a visit to Par These, together with the stylishly ar rayed Parisians that throng the streets, well give Paris the title of the gayest city ol the world. The city is so nicely laid out, and the trees and foliage that sur round even the business portions add greatly to Its charm. There Is something fascinating about Puns and the French people In general. When you land at Ca lias, it seems Juct like stepping into anoth er world the language, people and sur roundings so entirely different. I can tell you your head is in a whirl, and especially if you undertake to make yourself under stood in English or very awful French. We got along very nicely until we land. ed at Paris, when we with a party of Americans placed ourselves in a "voiture" and our united efforts were of no avail In trying to make the driver understand that we wanted to go to the Hotel Continental. We pointed, motioned and shouted until we were exhausted, and after sitting lor a half hour we were Informed that it was a private vehicle sent to meet a party com' log on the next train. You can imagine how we felt, and our exasperation knew no bounds wben we discovered the cab man could talk as plain English as our selves, and was only having a little fun at our expense. In one way seeing Paris is not expens ive. You have tree access to all picture galleries, churches and chapels. Ween Joyed the galleries Immensely, but were disappointed in finding so few works by old masters, and nearly all paintings were the work of French artists. Visiting churches becomes monotonous. There are about thirty we should visit. We did a dozen and thought we were doing well. In fact, in ylsltlng) Paris there Is not so much to see outside the shops, people and city. If the weather is flue, you sit In the streets or under the trees all day and the gaily dressed throng, the riding and drlv. log, Is diversion for hours. I imagine the French people would becharming, if you could only understand what they say. Shopping Is expensive to a lorelgner in any shop outside the "Louvre." In this magnificent establishment everything is marked In plain figures, so there Is no danger of being overcharged. You could spend days In this shop, and, 0, the pretty things they do display, it makes une wish for a well-filled purse, which would soon be empty it you tarried long. I have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, but, after all Is said and done, good old Amer ica Is good enough for me. ENGLAND. Ambleside is in the northern part of England, In the lake district, and the scenery is'pcifectly lovely. Our first stop was Windermere, and after spending day there we took an English stage coach and drove overland to this place. The coaches are such ns you read about, with lour horses and the road hilly and wind ing In the extreme. Some of the hills are almost straight up and down, and It in surprising to see the cleverness which the drivers display lu managing the four-in-hand. The gentlemen usually get out the ladles can ride, provided they have courage, for the seats being high (you have to use a ladder to get in) a header seems almost inevitable at times. You have no idea what a novel way of trans portation it seems at first The country Is simply charming. We have explored theee parts far and uear. The coaches run difierent routs every day and yester day we went by Lake to Lakeside and came back In raging storm. We bad expected to return to America in a few week, but as matters have turned will not do so before October. Yours, Mrs. A. J. Stewart, Patent medicines differ one bas reas onableness, another has not. One bas rep utation another has not. One bas confi dence, born of success another has only hopes. Don't take it for granted that all patent medicines are alike. They are not Let the years of uninterrupted succers and the tens of thousands of cured and happy men and women, place Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Piece's Favorite Prescription on the side of comparison to which they belong. And '.here isn't a state or territory, no nor hardly a country in the world, whether its people realize it or not, but have men and women in them that're happier be cause of their discovery and their effects. Think of this In health. Think ot It in sickness. And then think whether von can afford to make the trial if the makers can afford to take the risk to give your money back, as they do, if they do not benefit or cure you. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB- ' RESPONDENTS TO THE i ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity, PENFIELD. July 18. The shower lest Wednesduy moistened considerable bay, but the grow ing crops were the benefitted parties by its timely arrival. Work on the school house was suspend ed during the past week for the hay field. Mr. and Mrs. Richards attended church services at Grafton yesterday. Dr. J. W Houghton addressed a large and appreciative audience yesterday morning and our people express them selves as well pleased. The doctor made himself a reputation as a man of thought and ability, a clear reasoner and able to use pursuaslve argument. We hope to have the opportunity of hearing him again sometime. Misses Grace and Nellie Grlswnld, of Merlden, Coun , are the guests of Mrs. Fred Andrews, Mrs. Florence Metzger, of Findlay. O, is visiting her purents, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Starr. ' Miss Muble Dickson, of Oberlin, Is vis iting friends in this place. A Mr. Turner, of New York, visited at L. M. Starr's last week. Mrs. Simpson, of Cleveland, visited her sister, Aunt Abbie Starr, aud other trienda ot this place, a lew days since. Rev. Richardson addressed an attentive audience last evening on ihe announced theme, "Success ot Lite." He used as his text, "Keep thy heart with all diligence, lor out of it proceed the Issues of lite." J. M. Starr is building a ware house on the south end ol his store. W C. Boat occupied the Congregational pulpit at Chatham center lost evening. .'Almou Hayes and wife visited at A. B- Il.ywr over Sunday. ' . Maliaa Boat, ol Wellington, Is visiting old friends and neighbors in this place. It is no, extra trick to cut an acre of wheat and bind every bundle, but wben thut amount is cut in thirty minutes the idea Is changed. Thut Is what D. J. Good. year did. The time was omitted In our last report. Mrs. J. W. Flowers and son Edgar, of Toledo, O., are visiting her aunt, Mrs, Geo. Penfield. Elliott Moullon and bride.of Groveland, N. Y. were the guests of Mrs. Geo. Peu- field the past week. Misses Ella and Elta Knapp ars spend. Ing a few day in Detroit, Mich., where they are in altenc&nce at the Baptist cou ventiun. , The remnant of the Baptlat church of this place attended services ut Litchfield yesterday, with the view of uniting the two socllies so as to have regular preach lug in one of Hie towns. The threshing machines have begun their work of the season. It is reported that the wheut crop is yielding well, but eighty cents a bushel is too cheap fur the grain. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. church next Saturday. Elder Mitchell preaches at 10 a. in. It la iutended to nave an all day meeting and extra preparations have been made for the occasion It Is pro posed to have the ladles bring baskets filled witli provisions and have a picnic dinner. If the weather is suitable it is desired that all of the old members of the society make a special effort to be present Besides the sermon by the elder there will be special exercises in the reopening ol the church and communion. In the afternoon there will be preaching at o'clock. This announcement is out ol the regular order and members are re quested to keep It in mind. Besides the the elder, Rev. L. M. Snyder, of Spencer, and Rev. A. E. Winters, of Huntington will be present, and it Is hoped that Rev, Dyer and his family will also be with us. The Ladies Aid meets at the church on Wednesday to finish the work of clesninj the building, and on Friday the male members are requested to meet and spend a little time In clearing up the yard and trimming the trees. This good work and let there be a full attend ance. Theron Qoodyear spent Sunday with his parents. UNO. The Genuine Merit Of Hood's Sursaparllla wins friends whereever it is fairly and honestly tried. Its proprietors are highly gratified at the letters which come entirely unsolicited from men and women in the learned pro fesalojs warmly commending Hood's Bar sapaiilla for what It has done for them, . Hood's Pilli cure liver ills, jaundice, I biliousness, sick headache, constipation. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE HUNTINGTON. July 18. Rev. A. E. Winter preached his second sermon on capital and labor lost Sunday morning. It was just as good as the first, which is saying a good deal. He gives the third and last next Suodtiy morning, which will be "Ona Way to Set tle the Labor Question." Mrs. Lilly is visiting ber husband's friends In Wayne county. Mrs. Orange Chapman visited her par ents in Troy a few days last week. Miss Simmons, ot Norwalk, came on her wheel and is the guest of Miss.Eflle Chapman. Cora Myers it with her sister, Mrs. John Fenwick. John Chapman and wife, from Lorain, and Watson Lang and wife, ot Cleveland, were at Nathan Chapman's over Sunday, Bertha Foster has been at Mrs Scott's visiting. George Sumner's little girls, from Clcve land, are spending their vacation at their grandfather's, A. J. Burrell. Mrs. Ed. Kelsey, Sr., is visiting her par. ents In Cleveland. Mrs. Arvilla Kelsey goes toNew York next week to see her sister. Men are very bury in the hay and bar vest field. Help Is very scarce. Quite a number are going to Lakeside on Friday, Epwortk league day. They have to go on Thursday to be there then. Several went to Akron to see the Bar num show last Friday on P. A W. Mrs. Emma Case, of Fltchvllle, ts visit- ing frlenda here. The fourth quaiteily meeting of the M. ! K. church will be held on the 30th and 81st or July. Presiding Elder Mitchell will fill the pulpit at 2 p. m. on the 30th, aud also at 7:45 d. m. on the 81st. The Junior League will give their first Ice cream social of the season at the M. E. parsonage on Tuesday evening, July 26, the proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of Bibles and other league requisites. Let everybody turn out and encourage the children in their n ble work. NPKNCKR. The K. O. T. M. of this place were most loyally entertained by the Wellington tent one evening last week. The choicest of retreahments were served to them at the Nickel Plate restaurant It was an enjoyable affair for the "bees." Miss Minnie Naylnr returned home Thursday from Medina, where she bas been pleasantly entertained for a number of days by her cousin, Miss Mollie Hots. Miss Verue Phelps, of Wellington, lias been the guest of Miss Gertie Hupp the past week. J. D. Grlsainger and wife, of Lodi, spent Sunday In town. A. T. Van Valkenberg nude a business trip to Cleveland last week. The M. E. nld society met with Mrs. G. W. Bet. Wednesday afternoon.1 ' Mrs.Orlo lnman aud son, of Pentwat er. Mich., were the guesU of C. C. Inman and family over Sunday. Lee Grlssinger and Miss Ella logrubam took a pleasure trip to Lorain Saturday morning, returding borne 6undy evening. A very interesting sermon was preached at the F. It. church Sunday evening. Alfred Brouse aud Ed Enaiun have threshed their wheat. They report a pool yield. Mrs. C. C. White, of Wellington, recent ly spent a week with friends lu'town. Mr. Beull, of Apple Cieek, the Portier's Cnre of Pain man, recently made bis an nual rounds in thia vicinity. Mrs. J. II. Gardner spent several days yisiting relatives in Burton City and Alli ance within the past fortnight. Mrs. Philo Pen Held, who bas been spending a nionib with friends here, bas returned to her Imnie in Shelby, Mich. Thomas Petti ii. er, of Albion, Oregon, Is daily looked ior to spend uiie time wlin his parents and other irlends in this vicinity. The weather Saturduy evening was al most cold Hioiieli lr a froal. Mrs. Lu White Is in Cleveland with her auut, Mrs. Henry Huhn. Mia. Burnett, ot Crcston, was the guest ol Mrs. Lillian Piblxck over Sundav. Compauy at I. Warner's the past week, Mlaa Nellie UHklvy just returned from a week's visit in Woot-i. Mr. aud Mr. George Rice went to Lodl Sunday to attend the funeral of the late Mr. Trent Ice, broiher Inlaw oi Mr. Rice. We are often deceived in the agn of people having beautiful and luxuriant hair, not kuowinc that they use Hall's Hair Reuewer to keep gray hairs away, Powder LITCHFIELD. July 18.-Did we frighten "X. L"f Litchfield supported a banquet lust week. Sixty from town attended Bnrnum's show at Akron last week. Services were held in the Baptist church last evening. Miss Jennie Adams, of Madison, Is vis iting her uncle. Miss Bertha Doane, of Oberlin, is spend ing a tew weeks In town. Messrs. Murray & Caafleld are buying wool at 28 cents. Mrs. Dr. Schudder and daughter are visiting in Akron. Lewis Sibley, who has been at borne since bis father's death, has returned to Cleveland. Miss Frank Simmons was in Cleveland last week. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis have returned to their home In Seville. Wesley Brubaker is hauling poles tor the telephone company. He Intends to go with them as far as Toledo. Mrs. Alex, Forbes is on the sick list. "Dinah" called on friends in LaG range Saturday and was completely surprised when she tound the LaGrange Cor. wheel ing a baby carriage instead of t lovely young lady. Two surprise parties, social, banquet, horse race, and a good down right fight, with only two witnesses, in town last week. Sherm Booth, of Cleveland, visited hi motlipr last week. Mr. I,, llivith and children spent Sun day In WhhiiImM. Avery llucl ami wife, of gpeacer, were In to.wu Sunday. Editor must haue been dreaming over Wellington's celebration wben ha, ppl lished "Thorns aud Hofrea" ilie same in two last istup. Severil of the lioya are wutcbing the hair come out on their upner lip this sum mer. I wonder why it la that Litchfield with its lncoiiVenienr.es, amall salaries, etc., bus in its midst boys thut are inspired. They stand on the street corners and create as much excitement with Ibeirchronfc laugh as the ordinary organ giiuder. How much lietter it would be if they would keep quiet when Imllen are passing tbem on the street, and leave tueir remarks un spoken. When they all seek a richer field for their talent, we will nil shout In one voice, "farewell." Dinah. , hitthvikld) Jily 18,-Mu. Rodgers, of Noifolk, Ya., came here lust Saturday to visit rela tives. A Mr. Baity, of Wood county is visit ing at H. E. Clark's. A party of our young people spent lust Thursday ut the hike. Wui. Gibnon, of Clevcluud, Sundayed at O. W. Uines'. Mrs. Ida Jackson waa very sick lor a few day last week, but is better now. Mr. and Mrs. John Peniber visited at the home of his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merriaui. Born, on the sixteenth, to Mr. and Mrs. Dayton lloffs, of Oberlin, formerly of Pittsfield, a daughter. Mrs. Win. Preston yiaited her daughter at New Loudon a lew days lust week. Walter Biggs and family, ot Oberlin, spent Sunday with Willis Pitt's family. Every farmer is unusally busy with bis crops all coming at once, harvesting done, haying pretty well along, corn needs more work ttnu it Is getting, weeds glow as last as corn. Probate Conrt. Andrew F. Clapp, Oberlin, adjudged limine, and ordered conveyed to the asy lum ut Toledo. Charles A. Witter, Wellington, adjudg ed insane, and ordered couveyed to the asylum at Toledo. Hannah S. Lewis, Oberlin, appointed executrix of will and estate of Harris Lewis, deceased. Widow elects under ill. State of Ohio vs. Tannic McCornica. Loading a vicious and criminal life. Plead guilty. Sentenced to Girl's Indus trial home. Ilenrv Tunte, administrator of estate of John U. Tuntu. deceased, plaintiff, vs. Edna Tuute et al. Petitloa filed" for order to sell land. Hearing had br consent. Order of sppralsal Issued. R. B. Rawson, administrator of estate ot Clara M. Hordelay, deceased, plaint Iff, vs Stephen Bordelay et al, de&ndanta. Petition filed for order to sell Vkftd. Hear ing, September 13. CafisJ3S "?",'T,,'.grr''"i"'"ii 1 f i 'i i ;T "f 1 S"