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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY. JULY 20. 1892.
Ladies' "Princess" Tie Children's Ties LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. The bicycle craze is raging. Three livery stables in town. Prices on butter and cheese are looking upward. Local speculators in produce are on the war path. The wool market is a very tame affair (bis 6enson. Tbe good bouse wife is making a raid ou the moths. Woodcock can be killed from July 15 to November 1. Very few matrimonial knots are being tied just at present. The working, force in the millinery shops hog been reduced. A number of people are enjoying a va cation from tbe busy cares of life. Numerous excursions are advertised over the Big Four aud W. & L. E. Messis. French and Whitney are doing a thriving business in the sale of stamps. We are in receipt of the Home Weekly, published at Xenia, 0., with L. B. Yale as editor. Tbe road improvement question ia be ing agitated by a tiumtier of leading Journals. One lady in town has lived a widow for fortyseven years. She ia now eighiyflve yeara of age. Ashland vs. Blue Stars Tuesday after, noon. ' Score, flfteeu to one in favor ol the Blue Stars. Tbe city fathers have caused all of the shade trees trimmed where the branches shaded the street. Pay day on tbe Big Four yehterday. The boya bad their pockets lined with greenbacks as' usual. Electric lights and better sewerage is likely to occupy tbe attention of tbe people here very soon. An excursion to Dayton over the Bis Four tomorrow. Train leaves here at 8 :23 standard time. Fare for the round trip 12.25. On account of to much wet weather tbe honey bee Is having a bard time to manu fact u re nough honey to subsist upon dur ing the winter. Tbe report oi tbe First National bank ap pears in tbls paper. It shows that 281, 000 is on deposit subject to check and de mand certificates. Nora, daughter of our former towns man, Henry S. Smith, now residing in Cleveland, departed tliis life last Wednes day. Funeral took place from her home Friduy. Under a decision oi the court, it was de cided that a -roti riding t bicycle is en. titled to one half the road. Teamsters ahould remember tbls and be governed accordingly. Fast express No. 17 that passes through here early in the morning, bad a collision with a switch engine at Gallon, Sunday morning, badly demolishing both engines. No one was injured. Some of tbe larmers west ot town com' pelled tbe Long Distance telephone com- pany to puichaso the right of way across their premises. It Is reported that F. B. Manly received $100. The tramps appear to' te movlug west ward. One night Inst week tbe train men on No. 0 on the Big Four dropped off thirteen at this place. Marshal Williams put tbem In tbe lockup for mum keeping until morning. The Epworth league will hold a social at the M. E. church parlors, Friday even ing of this week. Hev. John Mitchell, who is an enthusiastic Epwortblan, will be there. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all. Rev. Q. A. Reeder, ot Penfleld, pens a few important points about the ant question this week. They are legion tbls year and It would be well to follow his advice later In tbe season in order to exterminate them. Sing Lee, alias John Chinaman, has returned from Paioesvllle to resume his duties at the old stand. The celestial that succeeded hint in the laundry some three months ago failed to pay up and so John came back and took possession. Every town has about the usual number of newspaper thieves. They are too stingy to take. their home paper, but they will Invariably put themselves out of tbe wsy to step Into a neighbor's to get It to read. If a paper is not worth paying ior it Is not worth reading. A time card Issued by tbe C. 0. & C. railroad, dated April 29, 1808, was on ex hibition last week in the show window of Laundon, Wlndecker & Co 'I store. The card Is Illustrated and gives the time of the funeral train of the late President Serage the Oxford Lincoln from Cleveland to Columbus. It is signed by E. 8. Flint as superintendent. Tbe ministerj of New London have made an appeal to the people of that place through tbe press asking for better attendance at church. They claim that not one sixth of entire population cross the thresholds of tbe church' edifices on Sunday. Taking everjthing into consid eration should tbe divines not bo exceed ingly thankful to be favored with even that large an attendance. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. D. L. Wadsworth and niece spent a day last week with Mrs. I. L. Conistock at her farm residence. Mr, and Mrs. Watson Lang, of Cleve land, spent Sunday In town. Miss Dora Nangle is in New London. Adam Brenner, now stopping at Mack inac Island, Midi., was In town a few days last week on a business trip. Miss Rose Malloty returned home lust week. Misses Irmiv and Fern Smith spent Sun day in Ureenwich. Misi Cora Marshall, of Cincinnati, i spending her vacation at home. S. B. Stoddard spent Sunday in 'Medina. Mrs. Isabel Chapman accompanied i her six grand children, Will, Grace, Byul and Robert Chapman and Kent and Frank VanCleef, left lor the seaside Monday morning, to be absent three weeks. Geo. Buswell left for Chicago,' III., Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanford and Mrs. C. B. Lludsley are spending the week at Lakeside. Miss Nellie Whitney, stenographer at the ofllce of Wean, Horr, Warner & Co., spent last week in Elyria, Sandusky and Cleveland. Frank Dyer, of Giro, Mich., la visiting bis parents and friends In town. Edward Bernard has decided to take the atrong arm oi the law for his profea sion. Don Cushion left Monday ior a trip up tbe lakes with his aunt, Mrs. J. C. Lock wood. Major W. H. Williams returned from Alaska Tuesday evening and lelt for Washington, D. C, Tuesday forenoon The major is looking well and said he had an enjoyable trip. Mrs. Williams topped at Omaha, Neb., to visit her son. Otto Snyder, of Uricbsville is lo town receiving Instructions in piano tuning from Bently Viscber. Rey. W. E. Barton and family left Moo. day for a four weeks vacation up tbe lakes. Tbe Sick. Harley Horr is able to be carried to the hammock. E. D. Roser is getting along nicely since the operation was performed upon him. Will Zlmpber will net lose the use of his eyes notwithstanding the shock re ceived by;tbe discbarge ot a cannon on tbe lourth. i. liiisincsa Notes. Messrs. Sutliff & Gott have purchased tbe City meat market Bert Sanders hss leased the stables at the American house for livery purposes. Bert Sanders of tbe Dim of G, D. Foot & Co., withdrew his interest by mutual consent. Dell has now refitted his outfit with a fine line of new carriages lurries and harnesses, and Is better pre pared to serve the public than ever before. He thanks all his old friends for favors and hopes' they will still continue to call and see him. Advertised Letters. The following letters remained at the postofllce, July 18: Miss Jennie Bailey, Archie Christian, Martin Harris, Mrs. Hallie Randebaugh Louis Schwener. E. E. Hdbtkp, P. M. Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear There is only one way to core deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the eu stachian tube When this tube gets In flamed you have a rumbling sound or Im perfect bearing, and when It Is entirely closed deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, bearing' will be destroyed iorevert nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi tion of tbe mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) tBat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. tySold by drugtlits, 75c. Misses Oxford Shoe Man. Ladies' Oxford Ties OBEELIN. On Friday evening of last week, a barn belonging to 0. F. Clifford, near Pitts field center, was burned with about four teen tons of hay, harness, tools, etc., be longing to J. S. Stewart. We have not learned the origin of the fire. A small stable at No. 23 North Profes sor street made a lively blaze Saturday afternoon. Tbe hose company wet it down thoroughly, but there was not enough of it left to bo of much value. A pan of ashes, supposed to be without Are, had been thrown near the building a few minutes previous to the breaking out of the fire. This morning A. P. Thomas was sitting in a road cart behind one of bis iancy horses, with his usual dignity, near Sage uros.- grocery, wtien a ladv. also on a road cart, locked wheels with him and up set his cart, throwing him tn lha nnvamant and getting bis horse tangled In the shafts. One of the shafts was broken, and Mr. Thomas received some scratches. News. NORWALK. Supt. (J. M. Carick, of the the Green wich schools, whom the board of educa tion ot that place baa refused to elect, has been chosen superintendent of the La Grange public schools. The county commissioners have ap pointed O. A. White to act as inspector in the case of the complaint of C. M. Shock. and other residents of Whittlesey avenue, against the Notwalk Oas Light company, for the abating of tile nusance caused by mo running oi on ana nun ironi the gas house Into the Whittlesey avenue sewer. Herbert Hineline, who formerly lived withT.E. Beach, in Bronson township, on the ridec road, but who for the last few months has been an employe on the Grand Trunk railway, won a purse con taining 40, given by the Lansing Driv ing club for the fastest bicycle race. Mr. Hmnllne made tbe five miles in 22 min- utei and 18 saconds. He rode a Mofflt pneumatic, and is considered the swiftest rider in Lansing, Mich. . The temperance woman's drinking foun tain, on tbe court bouse square, la now in running order and has been well patron. ized during tbe hot days of this week. It is not ss it is to be, but is a real luxury now. Chronicle, MEDINA. Woodcock can be killed from July 15 to November 1, inclusive. W. R. Comings has been appointed sup erintendent of the schools at Ironton fur another year. Mrs. J. H. Greene has been vary low for several days, and will probably live but a short time unless a change for the better, takes place soon. Tbe barn which stood a lew rods east of the house on the old Ell House farm be tween Medina and Chippewa lake, was struck by lightening on Wednesday fore noon and burned to the ground. All tbe contents were burned, including their wool, hay, eats and wheat. The loss will probable amount to considerable. In sured In the Ohio Farmers losuiauce company. Mr. and Mrs. Collins, of Crtstoa. were struck by lightening wbild riding Wed nesday forenoon, and Mrs. Collins and the horse were killed and Mr. Collins was so electrified that he was unconscious. He is In a bad condition and probably will be all his life. Gazette. Church Notes. BA1TIBT. Rev. A. G. Wall, ol the Baptist church will preach In the Congregational church next Sunday morning aud In tbe Baptist hall In tbe evening. DISCIPLE, There will he services at the Christian hurcb next Sunday morning conducted by G. 11. Kemp, of Mansfield. ' Low Excursion Rates Bis; Four. Excursion to Cleveland and return July 20 on account of the races, trip to Put-In bay, etc. Bee posters for full in formation. With their customary Dromntnnu thu Big Four route are already in tbe field an nouncing special iow rates to Washington and Baltimore for all veterans and their friends desiring to attcnt the national en campment G. A. K. and the meeting of the Naval Veteran association In frntnm. ber. With their excellent train service, union uepoi connections ana choice of routes via Cincinnati and the senlo Chesa peake & Ohio R'v, passing through the isoiuu imvvis ueiui ui v irginia, Or Via (JO- lumbus and tbe historic Baltimore & Ohio R'v, the Big Four route will no doubt prove the favorite line to Washington and Baltimore. Rates always as low as the .... j j , f"""B "4.u8ouiouip call on or address the nearest agent ot the ni- VnH. a..... 9 Ties K.ofP. The following officers of Wellington lodge No. 440 were installed July 5: Wm. Pease P. C, F. A. Chapman C. C, F. H. Phelpa V. C, V. Hoffman P., L. L. Leggett M. at A., A. Gadsby M. of F., M. A. Wilder M. of E., B. B. VanArnsdalo I. G. , C. Furze 0. G. Marriage Licenses. August Lang and Rosa Schock. Samuel Gagusch and Emma Jan., Jacob M. Fettel and Mary Mulier. Cbas. A. Putt and Eva Harrington. Fred Beeka and Lillie M. Crumllne. Ayer's Hair Vigor has long held tbe first place as a hair dressing iu the estima tion of the public. Ladies find tbat this preparation gives a beautitul gloss to the hair and gentlemen use it to prevent paiflneBS ana cure humors In the scalp. BORN. BUTTERFIELD. To Mr, and Mrs. 1". J. But- terfleld. ot New London, July 14, a ion. DIED, SMITII.-In Cleveland, 0., July at one p m.,Lenoru II., only dauubtur ot Henry B, and Sarepta E. Smith, aged twenty years. Funeral Irom the residence, ot her brother F, C. Smith, 913 Bolton avenue. July l!,at four p. ru. Interment In Liikevlnw cemetrey. As there is no royal road to learning, so there is no magical jure lor disease. The effect, however, ol taking Aycr'a Sarsapa- rtlla lor blood disorders c.imes as near magic as can be expected ot any mere huiuanagency. This is due to its purity anu strength. Lorain County Teachers. lour Institute will be held for two weeks in Elyria, opening Monday, Aug ustl5, 1492: Instructors are, Wm. Richaidson, of Cleveland, Supt. F. D. Ward, of Lorain S. C. Harding, Obeilln, and L. J. Sweet LaGrange. The last two will t"ach music and penmanship, while tbe others will discuss all other subjects taught in the common schools. Every one who expects to teach next year in this county slioulu be present the entire time. H. M. Paiikeu Ch'm Ex. dun Characteristics of Hood's Saraaimrilla Tbe largest sale, the most merit, the great- en cures. Try It ami realize Its Ix-norns Urn. Amanda 1'alnlty For many years an esteemed communicant of Trinity Episcopal church, Newburgh, N. Y., alwnvn says "Thamk Yeu to Hood's Par aaprif Ilia. Hlie tullereU (or yeara (roni Ktima Hinl Xrrefnln lore on her face, head and ear, inaklnn limleaf nearly yenr, and afttwt lug her sight. To the surprise ol her (rlenda Hood's Sarsaparilla Has effected a cure and he can now hear and see as well n.i ever. For lull particulars of her cone if "d to C. 1. lttHiii 4 I'd., Ixiwell, Mans. HOOO 8 PlLLO "' l"n'l mxle. and an per. feet In condition, proportion and tppearance. BUSINESS LOCALS. Furniture Just step Into Suirord's and -see the liexutiful designs of Furniture. It will do you good. . - - ' - The Large! Stock When yon go to Sanlord's to buy Furni ture, anything can be found that is needed ior the simple reason be carries the larircBt stock. Stanley as an explorer. Edison as an In ventor, Miss Flora A. Jones as the discover ot the famous Blush of limes tor the com. Slexlon; are names that will be banded own as benefactor of the race, to all re corded time. F. D, Felt comes in lor his share (of the prolits) a be always keeps a big supply on band and sells It for 75 cts. per bottle. 7 Follow the Crowd Everybody is going to 8anford'i to see the big stock of Furniture. Dentistry. I have secured exclusive rlirht tn m Dr. Stedman's method it making clamp Dlates in Wellington. All kindi of dental work done In a skilful and thorough man ner. Yours Very Truly. (XKf W. L. HOLBBQOK. LAND FOR SALE.-Two hundred acres of good farm landrwell timbered, with liv ing water, well located, with a little Im provement, situated In Osceola county, Michigan, near railroad station and mills, Also 157 acres ot land with railroad across It. and station, saw-mill, houee and barn blacksmith shop and other Improvements, for sale at tD.OO per acre. For further In. formation Inquire of i (5tf Wm. H. H. SuTunr, Wellington, 0. Men Wanted WV rim ne ton or twelve men at once at our ;ufl it $1 50 per day. Hkmbnway Biuck and Tile Co. Ice Cream, For the best ice cream ?o to the oM and reliuble stand. . F. Robinson. Banford't San ford, tbe Furniture man, dlvldoalr prutlta with tbe people. LOST A lady'a bad complexion and rough, pimply akin by using Flora A. Tones' famous Blush of Hoses. Sold by F. D. Felt. i 3 For Sale A good safety bicycle for sale cheap. Call on J. J. Tiiomas. For 8le E. D. Roeer's horse, buggy and harness, very cheap. Enquire of J. P, Eidt, Court land avenue. i) ArtUt. Mrs. J. C. Whirmle. artist. Portraits lu oil, crayon, pastel. Fine work a special ty. Landscape and Marines in oil, pastel and water color. Picture flaming at low. est prices. Brighton, O. 1 Notice. The Guarantee Building. Loan and Saving company have established an agency in Wellington to solicit invest- ments and make loans on long terms, ranging from five to twenty years, at aooui iour per cent, interest. Jos. Binbiiowkh, Agt., 31 Wellington, O, The I'lcturea At the round front shoe store are bound to call trade. No such oiler was ever be fore made to customers. Just Think of It I 18 large pastel pictures clven away at the round front shoe store. Just 1'eep In at the show windows at the round front shoe store and see the finely execut ed pastel pictures. Ilnrrl Cralitrc o being the leaders, can well afford to offer the public greater inducements to call on mem. W. & L. E. One fare for tlio round trio to Kansas City, Mo, and return, August 20 to 2:1. Return limit September 15. limit rnnce Rates have raised but tbe good old Ash land Mutual bas none throuuh the tiro lor the past fifteen years and paid all its losses witu tne low assessment ot (KJ cents per $100.00, for an- average term of live years, which Is about (: half the rates now charged by stock companies, tbe Ohio Farmer included. 31 Jog. lSiNKiiowKU, Gen l Ag't, West side Public Square. Wellington, O. 'WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE - SAPOLIO AftE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT HOUSE-CLEANING. An Elegant Gift! Harris & Crabtree , are bound to be the leaders in the shoe business Their wonderful bargains arc bringing them new customers nearly every day. And to show you that the.y appreciate your patronage they have decided to give you an elegant picture. Thanking you for past patronage we remain , respectfully, Harris & Crabtree. Bloycl.1 If vou want the latest and best blcvcie on the market, buy the Cleveland cush ioned or pneumatic tire, for sale by J. W. rvuour. To Let A spraying outfit for fruit trees. . 20tf C. W. Hemenway, Bennett-st. To Builder! Buy your Nails and Trimmines of J. W. Wilbur. Ladle Take Notice. The Benedict Shoe comoanv have lust received their "Lady Stauley" fancy iad--lea shoes. Ask to see them. Wire Fencing No dealer sells WIRE FENCING cheaper than J. W. Wilbur does. . To Let. Cold storage space, guaranteed to keep in first-class condition. Call on James Sheldon, North Main street. 20tf AUCTIONEER. J. II. Arndt will auc tioneer sales oi all kinds of property Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O.t bulliyan Ohio (14tf Winner. With 18 finely executed pastel pic tures to give away and tbe largest stock of shoes in town, we are sure tn bo winners. Notice. All persons indebted to the underpinned will please call and settle forthwith, r.s ic ia desired to close up our matters. T. s. J i ckei:. C. A.Cou:. Notice Do not fail to call and examine some of our bargains In teas, coffee and canned goods. We are still in the Held with tome good bargaius. W. Ahnoi.d, Wett End Grocery. SO percent, laved In Pulutlng your Home. If you are going to paint, we run sell you pure paint and save you about .'U per cent of th usual cost of material. For particulats call at E. Iienedict's lnri'wure. Prof. Loisette's II Ea Eli' DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In Pipit of adultrtMl imitnrhin which mi tb theory, and practical nfiultfnf the Ontinnl. in PtMtanf tha grnMfiat nmrtirfwQlti'tiii I) envious) wmiWI-be com iM Horn, and inttpttaof "ki.nftittteiiiiUt t mt" him of th fruit of lim labor. fat) of w Inch tUmmtrat thn undoubted RiirMiritinijr and p'lnulanty of liiatH.-u;liinjr, to-day In both llemiihrttii markm an Kpotmm Memory On Itura. II i Fn tpc Mia t win peart f na i c if opinion! n1 paoplain all part oi ihn ulntw who Uae acU aally itudiml bn Hj.iaxra hy :ornnpomlnot. abowinir that hia Nyitam it ejjwii only while pftnQ ithidied,rwt aftervarJt: that any tnHtkranto hanutl t n ainolt ;Mdino,mtnd-wttui0rinQ ntrrd, dkc, tor PruapMtii 'nrmn aud lrintini)mU adrirtma Prof. A. LOlhtTTt. t37 FMIi Arenae, ItV, i 1 EJ IB U