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The .... J.: Ui $,,v-l WELLINGTON PAIR, SEPTEMBER 20, 21 AND 22. WELLINGTON; OHIO.' WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, 1892. NO. 35 VOL; XXVI. W!x.k'ii. 0. pi w M in ali so ! an d9 ' M 3 in hi C( ICS to at J 3 71 y a r o b . b 1 a : m a t ' t t a i t: ' !h SPECIAL BARGxilNS! In all Lines of Summer Footwear to Make Eoom for Fall Goods. The Benedict Shoe Co., the Leaders in Fine Footwear, Offer Some Rare Bargains. The following are a few of the many items we shall of fer: Ladies', misses and child ren's plain toe and paten tip Oxfords. Men's, boys' and youths' tennis bals . Tennis Oxfords. Snortinrr and base ball 1 o TUCKER & HOYT The Grocers In their stock can lie 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, AVest Bide public square. WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. Etc.; Etc.,; Etc., Etc, .'. , Repaired by John M. Cushman. ' 'West eiay'publWi'squari', Wellington, .(.., - , . grocery stow. ' , . , shoes. Come early, while the as sortment is good. The Benedict Shoe Co. Try our "Never Fail" corn cure. Sold only by The Benedict Shoe Co. Leaders in fine footwear. I T. HASKELL, Attorney- J, at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. I II. DICKSON, Attor.iey J, at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side publicjjquare. N. GOODWIN, insur ance agent and notary public. Deeds,' wills, con tracts, etc. written neatly and legally. Over Serage s shoe store. P R ATT & IIEKRICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. CE. SuTLIFF, dealer in . coal Anthraoite,Massil- lon, Jackson, etc. ; terms cash. Office West Liberty st. Tel ephone 48. CSAGE k CO., insurance agents. Fire, life, acci dent and tornado. Represent best companies in the United States. Wadsworth block. TRMELERREGISTER. STANDARD TIME. Big Four. ' Id effect July 10. 1SW. OOINO WIST. U01XQ KAHT N. .... " 27.... " H.... " 8.... ....0:40 p.m. ... " ... 1:20 " ,.. 8::a. m. ... 7:40 No. . " 20. m 2 " 24. .52 a. m 6:.H4 p. m 4:m ' 10 12:f " Kiloclt- 1:30 iff.' 9:10 1 HI toe ft. 11:30 Noa. 23, 24 and 2fi between Cleveland and Wellington only. No. 26 runs Sunday only. Commenclni July 24, 1892, trains wilt pass Wellington a. follows standard timei 00I5Q BAST. No.S lO.Ma.m No. 7 4.18p.m No. a S:U)p.m, v i 2.25 p.m NQ.lT(Local) 8.46.m OOINO WEST . K- 4 8:24 a.m Mo. 4 10:55.m No. H.lBp.m (to. S s:p.m No.l8(Locl) 2.20p.m Nos. 2.8. land ruo dally. Further-Information In regard to tbla line will be found on page i. iluntliicton.weat, 11:00s east 2:06. L. B. PRATT, . 0rd6rrc6lvad Adams', Houghlon'aand F.D, Felt's drugstore!., Hone a still taken for treatment l. tmstb)e on Coartlaud NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB-' RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. Ahnnt th a Recent Hanpeninffs ana Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. P1TTSFIKLD. Ado. 8 Died, on the 6tb, ot apoplexy, Mrs. Geo. Cornell. Funeral services her home in east part ot town. Monday at 10 a. m., conducted by Rev. Corfmam, In terment in township cemetery. Tbe revival held at the M. E. church . i 3 111. it. n,Aiiolnna 1 A I last weea, cioseu wuu mmo Bc.u..o .v the church and a general awakening of the church. Miss Jennie Gibson, of Cleveland, Is visiting at G. W. Hlne's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheffield, yistiea at Toledo last week. Mr It. nntta and Miss E. W. Pitts are confined to their beds by sickness. Hons Pitta want to Chicago. Qn to care for her sister, Mrs. Effle Buckingham, who is sick with lever. Many of our citizens attended tbe farm ers' picnic, at Vermillion, last Saturday, Tbey report a pleasant time. Eight couples of our young people went to Vermillion one day last week, E. Campbell and wife visited laBt week lu Seneca and Sandusky counties. Threshing machines are heard on every side. Wheat yields from five to twenty- bushels per acre. Oats yield from forty to fifty bushels per acre. But little plowing has been done. Too dry. All vegetation is growing finely. Pears and Quinces will be plentiful, and applet more than anticipated at one time. Joe Walte now rides a wheel. He has purchased a new one. Mrs. Ames, of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, is vlBlting at her brother's. Mrs. Lydia West and daughters, Etn and Lncle, of Wellington, visited at Anson West's, last week. Aco. 15-Mr. and Mrs. Calhoon, of Wakeman. visited with Samuel Peck's family and others a few days ot last week. Geo. M. Peasley, of Brighton, called on old-time friends last Wednesday. Mn. Asepb Rowel is on tho sick Jlst Mrs. II. Betts is convalescent. Mr, and Mrs. McCabe, of Leroy.andMr. and Mrs. Russcl and two children, of Huntington, visited their aunt, Mrs. C, B. Rowel, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, of Penfield, spent Sunday with their danghter and busband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Biggs. Mrs. Dixon, of Oberlln, Sundiiyed wuh J. S. Baldwin's family. Rev. Childs held service in the Parsons school-bouse li,t Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Pitts Is some better. X. J. Tomlinton, ol Sbiloh, was looking after Oxford aheep in town laat Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merriam started, Monday, for an extended trip to Missouri and Calilornia. - - . kiw lomiox. Au. 15. Saturday afternoon a bright little bey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brun da ite. died of diphtheria after a brief ill ness. Buried Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. E. Elder is convalescing. Rev. E. C. Myers, accompanied by his bride, is the guest of his mother. Mrs. Emery Porter and children, of Cincinnati, O., are visiting with her many friends bere. C. E. Ileafy, of Detroit, Mich., dropped into town the latter part of last week, Miss Anna Walker has irone to her home in southern Ohio for a season. Mrs. A. B. Chase goes to Michigan this week, ber children remaining here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H Williams. Mrs.B. F. McElUinney and family, and Mrs. Mary Barrett, relumed from Lake side last wee Mrs. Dr. Beobe, of Clarkifleld, was tbe guest of ber sister, Mrs. W. E. Minor, over Sunday. , 1 i The school building is having new roof. ' . The Huron county teachers institute hold their meeting here next week, Tbe republicans bcld a spirited caucus Saturday evening. The ball wm filled with enthusiastic voters, there being two candidates in New London for the office of sheriff Messrs. N. O. Allen and D. White. The result was a majority cf four in favor of Allen delegates. A plcnio was beld on the school ground on Friday afternoon, said picnic being in a degree a surprise for Rev. Wm. Kepler, The reverend gentleman was surprised, and tbe plcnio a success and largely at tended. The services, Sunday mornlng.'at tbe M. E. church were conducted by the Woman's Foreign Missionary society. . Union per - vices In the evening at the H. E, church, Rot. Charles Kepler preaching. Nihil. LAGRANOK. Ado,. 15. The hum of tbe thresher is heard in the land. Bo Is that or the bum ble bee. The children?' old-time friend, Geo- E. Rysn, la spending bis vacation In this place. A, A. Cragin, of Seattle, Wash., is the guest of bis mother for a few days tbla week. Mrs, Caddie Elliott iind daughter, of Greenville, 0., are spending the week at D. Wait's. Wm. Payne and wife, of Spencer, were in this city lust Saturday. Mrs. h. B. Robbins is visiting friends In Sharon, O., this week. George Elliott and family, of Pittsburg, sre spending the week at the old home In this place. The other brothers and sisters are cxpacted home in a lew days. Pleaiure parties of a half dozen or more eacu . 8I)4indi.ltf 9..(llt Mluu,ns. ,he difloreDt Lke Erle rMof ,gi Tho Knights of Pythias have gone en masse to Oak Point today to attend their annual reunion. A cotlubulationls reported to have tak en plac between a prominent young man and bis piospectlve father-in-law. The young man is said to have felt a discom fiture d nring its progress. The Seventh Day Advtmtists are attend- a camp-meeting at Clevelund this week, W. II. JoIidhod and wife spent last week at Lakeside. "Dinah" has evidently succeeded In cor recting those erroneous ideas of the Litch field young man: nothing is now said about "other boys' sinters" or the culture of miniature mustaches. This township will be well represented at the teachers' institute, to be held at Eiyrla this week. Even the sedate "Uuo" felt called upon to caution the young and reckless 'Dinah" but fails to reply to her lines about Egyptian durkness. Captain Fred Greene has built a new bouse ou bis I arm north of this city. XX. ' - - HUNTINGTON. Aca. 15. Special revival services at the M. K! church all this week. Song service at 7:30, preaching at 8 every evening. Mrs. Mary Huchlnson.rom Clyde, is spending s'few weeks with her mother, Mrs. ' ' - Mr.- Moore, Irum Michigan, has been visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Edgar Baker. Mr. Monlsmltb, from Michigan, has been visiting relatives in this section. Mr. and Mrs. Stedman spent Sunday, kmM 7 ,0 .m, El wood Russell and Al McCabe, from Leroy, spent a couple of days in Pittsfleld Visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rogers aud Mr. and Mis. Jackson Sage attend the funeral n Mr. Alberts in Lodl, August 15. Clem. Gardner's mother, from Lilch field, and sister from Cleveland, visited them laat week. Mrs. Emery Robinson, with Nallie imd Otto, of Fltchvllle, visited at J. B. Roliin sons last week, neni Kouinsoo home with them, Some of our boys went to Spencer lint Saturday to play ball, and were beaten not badly, though only It) to 17. Mrs. Maiy Tenant and Floyd returned to her home in Oberlin last Saturday. 8PINCfc.lt. Aco. 14. Wednesday evening, August 10, about ninety guests assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uendee to witness the marriage ceremony of their daughter Belle to Elmer Hollsberg.of Ak ron.' About 8 o'clock the wedding march was played by Miss Addie Snyder. The brlife and groom entered the room pro ceeded by their attendants, Leslie and Miss Sibyl Strnup and, standing Leoeath a beautiful floral arch, were uuited In the holy bands of wedlock, Rev. Snyder offici ating. After tbe many hearty congratula tions of their relatives and friends they proceeded to the dining room where a very sumptuous supper was served. The bride received some very fine and valuable presents. Tbe guests from abroad were Mr. and Mrs. McCourt and Leslie 8troup of Akron, Miss Millie Beta of Youngs- town, Joe nendee of Eaton Rapids, Mich., Misses Maud and Leila Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Walker of Huntington, Mr. and Mrs, John Eglin and son and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daugherty of Wellington, M. John Winters of Lorain, Mr. and Mrs. Dickson of Chatham. The wedded couple took the atternoon train, Thursday, for Akron, which will be their future homo. UOCHEST&K. A uo. 15. News scarce. Rain needed. Threshing In order now. The wheat crop Is one of the poorest had for years, many acres not paying for tbe work put on them. , The growth of corn Is very uneven sod the crop is very late. If frost holds cS six weeks there will be some mature corn, but some fields will bave to be wintered over It the owners get any crop. 1 ' It Is reported that there are to be some business changes made here In the near I future. , - -,( A Hail Columbia.. . Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY-PURE SULLIVAN. , Auo. 15. Mr. Chapman hag moved bis hop back from the street, thus making an improvement on North Main street. Who next? The Disciples will hold a Sunday-school picnic, Wednesday of this week. Adele Swarts started to Benzonia, Mich , last week, to spend her vacation. Three new houses in contemplation this fall. Mary Park, of Willoughby, 0.. Is visit- friends in Sullivan. Edith Clarke goes to Eiyrla this week for a short visit. Joe Johnson has put up a blacksmith shop on his place. McConnell & Frink have built an addi tion to their elevator. Mrs, Estelle Parks, of Oberlln, has been spending the past few weeks In Sullivan, Mr. and Mn, Frank Holbrook, of Ash land, are visiting their daughter, Mrs, L Cummings. Mart Smith has the foundation ready for bis house. G- Tanner and family, of Cincinnati, are visiting friends bere. Sullivan will celebrate its seventy -fiflh anniversary the 27th ot August, with grand picnic. Place of meeting not yet decided upon. 1'ENHtLD. Aco. 17. A former pastor oi the M. church, Rev. I. W. Dwlre, with bis family is visiting in town. Tbey received hnarty welcome from their old friends. Mr. Dwire is now superintendent and his wife matron ol the government school at Darlington, Oklahoma, for the Arapahoe Indian children.- . TuerewasaQ interesting amini w vice at tbe M. E. church on Sundsy. Mr. and Mrs. - Dwire talked of their work among the Indians, and Mrs. Rev. Steves, of La Grange was present. She gave a little talk about home missionary work, and ormaolzed a W. H. M. 8. with twenty names for a beginning. W. W. Harvey was in town on Sunday. A good many visitors from the city are in town now. Ad. Cragin, of Washington, with his mother, was at Myron Disbro's, Sunday. He la on his way home from New York city, where he has been detained for three wpeks by sickness. There is to he a sociul gathering at W. Hurt's, ou Monday evening, for the pur pos of giving the many friends ol Mr. and Mrs. Dwire a chance to visit with them, as their si iy in town will be so xbort they cannot visit the homes of all their friends. Citizk.n. Since It is now a well established fact that catarrh is a blood disease, medical men are quite generally prescribing Ayer's Sarsaparilla for that most loathsome com plaint and the result, in nearly every in stance, proves tbe wisdom of their advice UBIOUTON. A to. 15. Picnic August 10. A good time reported. Attendance small. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Watts, of Waacman, are visiting their sister, Mrs. O. Goss. Mrs. Emma Clark Is spending a week in Penfield. Lewis Jones, of Penfield spent day in town. George Clark spent Sunday In Eaton. May Emmons Is spending a short time In Smltbville. Uncle Hugh Mosher has been cntlned to his bed for a number of weks and tbe prospects of his recovery sro doubtful Hugh Is the genuine filer of northern Ohio. Sax. Latith. Hugh Mosher departed this life at six o'clock Monday evening. Fu neral services will tuko place Wednesday at one p. m. at the M. E. church. Th Hamlin post of Wellington, ol which ) e was a member, has bean invited to atti i PPiGES OS Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tfi? Standard. 1 B&kiug J ITiv LITCHFIELD. Service in the Methodist church next Sunday evening. A Sunday-school picnic was held in Tyler Stranihun's woods Tnursday. A good time is reported. Several of the young people attended the dance at York last Thursday evening. Mrs. A. B. Dorchester, ot Wellington, visited in Penfield aud Litchfield oyer Sunday. Miss Pheobe Knnpp is visiting in town. L. Dunbar took his grip and left for parts unknown last week. Success to him. L. M. Adams, of LaGrange, spent Sun day with Dinah. Mrs. Frank Peck, of Greenwich, was In town lust week. Mrs. Nathan Noble is visiting in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Blantern, of Lorain, are visiting her mother in town. Mell Turner is reported quite sick at present. S. Overholt. of Elyna, was in town Wednesday evening. Mrs. Buell has returned from Spencer. Mrs. S. Lincoln, who has been spending the week with ber son In Cleveland, has returned home. Stanley must be taking a vacation in the harvest field or at Lakeside fighting mosquitoes. Dinah. MEDINA. The county board ol election supervis ors beld Its first meeting oo Wednesdsy noon at the court house and perfected au organization. John B. Young was chosen chairman and Hiram Goodwin secretary. No other business was transacted. Superintendent Risley of the P. A. & has been granted a six months' vaca tion by th management, and be will leave the latter part ol this week fur the east to recuperate bis health. John H. Sample, chief engineer of the road, bas been appointed bis successor. Mrs. S. G. Barnard broke ber left arm ust above tbe wrist on Wednesday after noon. She was stepping from a cbalr to a table to reach for a book on tbe book shelf, when she missed her step and fell to the floor. Tbe break Is a very bad one and will probably disable her for lite. The C. L. & W. road had unusually bad uck oo Frldaj and Saturday of last week and in consequence all its passenger trains were delayed from two to six hours. Tbe first accident occured near the found ry In Medina, where a heavily loaded car broke down, throwing it with several others off the track. Anptber train Jump ed the track near Grafton the same after noon, and on Suturdny a freight train ot thirty five cars were piled in a heap near Urichsville. Gazette. Ohio's Social Star. Ohio has reason to be proud of its beau- titul and accomplished women. No state in the union has greater warrant tor such pride. All Ohlonns, therefore, should feel rpecinl interest in "Society Leaders of Ohio," published In Demorest's Family Magazine for September, which includes superb portraits and authentic biogi aphi cal sketches of the best known and accom plished and beautiful woman throughout the state. These teprerentative portraits are from photographs collected especially for this purpose, and each picture !s a in- peib specimen of tbe highest stylo ot modern reproductive art The article Is a graceful tribute to the mothers, wives and daughters of Ohio; and this gallery iof tbe sta'e's beauties and celebrites is one which every Ohionn should possess and preserve, especially when the collection (that would cost, even if procurable, at least (5 In any other way) can bo got for 'JO cents, together with many other fine attractions with which the September nuinlier ol Demorest's is crowded. Pub lished by W. Jeuuings Demoiest, 15 East 14i ii trit, New York. Baking Powder: 1 5 i f i i ; i i'f f VfV; I: AN- in in. it -ri- -r ii ii -i -' ' n-T.-. 4; , I' '. J- i v. it ': .