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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, 1892.
5 Ladies' "Princess" Tie Children's Ties LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. EJyria la to have a dally paper. Read what Is said about the fair. 05 degrees in tho shade Tuesday. Monday, September 5, is labor day. Very fine peaches are on the market. Joe Bess at the opera hoase Ibis evening- Tbe traveling photograph man is taking views. The public schools open Monday, Sep tember 5. Hiram Boles had bis collar bone broken last week. Prices on cheese and produce are on the advance. The democrats should go on an excur sion to Buzzard's bay. The oat crop is reported to yield about forty bushels per acre. Tbe grasshoppers have been quite busy for tbe last four weeks. Tbe town has not been favored with a street preacher this season. The list of teachers Is now completed for the coming school year. A part of the corn crop will hardly get Into full-sized pants this year. Quite a number are contemplating at tending tbe fair at New London tomor row. 1 Tbe body of Wm. Neubemyer was found in the lake near Nottingham, Mon day afternoon. The managers of the fair should see that a few additional seats are placed around the shade trees on the ground. The Sanlley lumber company will re sume the manufacture ot cheese boxes in a room partitioned off in the hardwood mill. A number of stone in the pavement were Broken during tne winter ana ine street commisioner is now filling in with new (tone. It appears that some of tbe local ageots on the Dig Four receive such a small pit tance tor their service that they bave te sorted to stealing. R. L. French, dealei in lumber, at this place, cabled putties in Liverpool, Eng. land, Monday morning at 0:15 and at 1:15 be received a reply. lion. M. D. Ilartvr, of Mansfield, spent Thursday night and Friday In town, shak. ing band with old friends. He stopped at the American bouse. Sheriff Ensign, of Elyria, was in town on official business Friday. R Itfnrmi-i ns that there wer mily two sheriff sale advertised at present to take place In the county, which is the lowest number at one time for many year. Miss Corrinne Klce, ot Sullivan, has been engaged for tbe D. grammar depart ment of the union schools, Miss Etta West for the north primary, Miss Clara Abbott, of Plymouth, for the C and primary, south, and Q. H. Barnes, of New London, Instructor In music. Tbe Big Four company has been miss ing an unusual amount of freight during the past year between Columbus and Cin cinnati. The officials placed their dutec tive force at work and suspicion rests upon C. F. Evans, agent at Columbus, as the leader o( tbe gang of robbers. At 2 o'clock one night last week Mar shal Williams captured two of tbe kid glove gentry, who were prowling around town and placed them in the lock-up They declined to give their names or state what their business was at that hour of the night. They were kept until morn Ing, when they were, marched to tbe train and ordered to get aboard. William Palmer was hauled Into Jus tice Vanator's court last Thursday, charged with disturbing the peace. J. T. Haskell appeared for the state and E. E. Husted and T. R. Derrick for the accused. After hearing tbe evidence the attorneys lor the defence made a motion for the discharge of their client, as the evidence was not sufficient to convict The court sustained the motion and Sir William went out of the court room scott free. There Is more catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and uutll tbe last few years waaaiupposea w oo lncurame. ror creat many years doctors pronounced it local disease, and prescribed local reme dies and constantly tailing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a consti tutional disease and therefore requires . constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0.. Is the only constitutional cure on tbe market It is taken Intern ally in dotes from ten drops to a teasnoon fui. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces or tbe system. They of. ler 1100 for any case it falls to enre. 8end for circulars and testimonials. Ad drew F. J. Cnbnkt & Co., Toledo, ), tySoH by drugclsu, tfto. - 84 Serage the Oxford . PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. W. A Painter, nee Nellie Emer son, ot Findlay, 0., is visiting her mother, Mrs. P. A. Emerson. W. D. Vlscher Is In Brattleboro, Vt., this week, in attendance at the fortysixth anniversary of the Estey Organ company. Hugh Mosher, the noted flier, of Bright on, died Monday eyening. Miss Sarah Nichols and sister, Mrs. Black, are at the seaside. Miss Winnie Walt, the elocutionist, of Ravenna, 0., is the guest of Mrs. Dr. Hathaway, this week. Geo. Hathaway is visiting in Bucyrus. Mrs. James Sheldon is spending tbe week at Deulah park, near CollinwooJ. Miss Delia Dayidson, of Defiance, and Miss Myrtle Van Valkenburg, ot Mnns- au . . .i r T-.i ft I. field, are the guests of Mrs. Leltie Howk, Mrs. E. Bernard and family are visiting friunds In Michigan. Mrs. Prof. Ellis, of Obcrlin, and sister, Mrs. Gen. Netlleton, of Washington, were guests of Mrs. E. W. Houghton, one day last week. Geo. Somerville, with Wm. Hininger, Is pending his vacation. Auditor Derrick, of Elyria, spent Sun day in town. Mrs. S. A. Williams, who has been con fined in the hospital lu Cleveland for the past two mouths, baa returned home and is able to ride out. Mies Cora Marshall, ol Cincinnati, is visiting ber parents. Miss Emma Cut-hlon Is visiting in Greenwich. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Pelrce are spending the week at Chippewa lake. E. E. H listed attended the tuncral ol Ernest Cherry In Cleveland, Monday The deceased was a former clerk of his in the shoe ktore, Earl Griggs and Harry Morgan have entered Hie firm ot Warner & Swasey, of Cleveland, to learn fine machinery Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lambert sre visiting friends in Detroit, Mich. Clair Williams, of Cleveland, is at borne. Rev. A. G. Wall Is in Lorain this week in attendance at tbe Baptist association for this county. Roy Bennett, now stopping In Chicago, at home for a few days. Mrs. Wm. Rlnlnger is visiting ber daughter, Mrs. J. L. Smith, In Delaware. J. C. Artz, of Cleveland, was In town Tuesday. Misses Maggie and Katie O'Brien will leave for New York Friday morolog to visit for a few weeks. Organized. Tbe stockholders of tbe Guaranty Building Loan and Savings company held their first meeting at J. H. Dickson's lsw office on Saturday, August 13 and or ganized a local board. The following officers were elected : President, J. II. Dickson; vice presi dent, A. Gadsby; secretary and treasurer, Joseph Binehower; trustees, J. L. Barrlck, C. L. Avery, A. Howk, Geo. Kllnebans, E. A. Martin, B. F. Dunkle, J. A. Findlcy, of Sullivan, B. F. Zarker, of New London M. Cassel, ef Nova, H. Betts, Plttsfleld. Tbe board commences business with twenty one members, holding 153 shares aggregating $15,300 capital stock A Big; Mortgage. Tbe new consolidated mortgage given by tbe Wheeling & Lake Erie railroad company to the Central trust company, of New York, has been filed for record In tbe coumy recorder's offices. The bonds secured by the mortgage bear Interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum and are payable In 1992. The amount of tbe mort gage Is $8,000,000. The mortgage u given for the purpose of Improving the road bed, rolling stock etc. If that amount of money Is expend ed for the purpose named, it will place the property of the W. & L. E. In a condl tlon second to none in this state, Church Notes. METHODIST. vill be regular services There will be regular services next Sunday, ' When you're languid and dull in the spring of the year,. When stomach and liver are all out of tear. i When you're stupid at morn and feverish at night. And nothing gives relish and nothing goes right, Don't try any nostrum, ellxer, or pill,. Golden Medical Discovery Just flts the bllL The surest and best of all remedies for all disorders or the liver, .stomach and blool, Is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Misses' Oxford Ties Shoe Man. Ladies' Oxford Ties THE 37th ANNUAL FAIR. To be Held In Wellington, Anguat 20, 81 and 32, 189U. Program. TUESDAY. This day free to all, as it will be devot ed to making entries and arranging the grounds to suit the comfott and conven ience of the patrons. WEDNESDAY. 0 a. m. Game ot base ball between New London and Wellington. . Winning club gets $20 in gold. 0:1)0 Exhibition of farm and general purpose horses. 10 Exhibition ol Durhams followed by Hereford s. 10:30 Exhibition of oxen, steers and fat cattle, crosses and grades. Poultry. lp.m. 2:40 trot, purse $100. First $50, second $25, third $15, fourth $10. Pacing, purse $100. First $50, second $35, third $15, fourth $10, Stake race No. 2, foals of 1800. Sub scriptions $10. 10 borses entered. Socie ty adds $25. Stake nice No. 1, foals of 1801. Sub scriptions $10. 11 horsss entered. Soci ety adds $25: -mile heat. TnVHSDAY. II a. m. Game of base ball between Olierlin and Wakeman; winning club gets $20 In gold. 9 :30 Roadsters aud carriage horses, lollowed by matched horses. 0:30 Exhibition of Uolstelns, followed by Ayrshlres and Jerseys. 10 Exhibition of dralt horses and sweepstakes cattle and horses. 10:30 Sheep and hogs. 1 p. m. Free-for-all, purse, $200. First $100, second $50 third $30, fourth $20. 3 :00 trot, purse $100. First $50, second $25, third $15, fourth $10. Stake race No. 3, foals of 180. Sub scriptions $10; 0 borses entered. Society adds $25. One-half mile running race In heats, purse $70. First $35, second $17.50 third $10 50, fourth $7. ATHLETIC CONKST. Under the management of C. W. Horr, of Wellington, O., It Is proposed to give in front of the grand stand the most novel and most Interesting athletic entertain. ment, lasting full hour and a half, ever given on a fair ground In Ohio. The en tertainment will commence on Thursday, the last day of the fair, at precisely 10:80, and tbe races will immediately follow the athletic euiertainment Anyone wishing special information in regard to the various novel contests, can obtain it by addressing C. W. Horr or the secretary of tbe association. Tbe follow. Ing is tbe progrsm: . A stake pull wltb 0-inch board firmly staked between feet. First premium $3, second $2. Sailors' cock light: winning cock $3, two cicks maklug moat fun In contest $2 each. Ring to be twelve feet in diame ter. Cow boys' rough and tumble: Best two In three. This contest will take place In a twentyfour loot square. Contestants will be placed facing each other on oppo site sides of a center line, each bout to be won by tbe contestant who first carries his opponent outside ot tbe large square on the same side ot the center line that his opponent stands on when (hi contest be. gins. No striking, kicking or bunting allowed, but the same freedom of clinch. ing to be permitted as would be allowed In a wrestling contest known as "catch as catch can." First premium 5, second $3, Exhibition boxing contest: 24 foot ring, two bouts of four minutes each, with kid pie time for resting between. It is thought best by the management to make a radit al departure in this boxing contest, hence they offer a premium to lbs two boxers who make the best exhibition ot boxing for tbe entertainment of tbe audience. Scientific points will bave nothing to do with the settlement of the contest, only ss scientific boxing adds to the Interest of tbe audience. First premium, to tbe two contestants who afford the most entertain. Ing boxing exhibition, $6. To the two two contestants affording the second best exhibition, $4. The next feature will be what is known ss the "sailors bear basting," which will take place on a 24-foot square. Each team will consist ot four contestants, three bears and one fellow to "wollop'Mbe bears. Each team to be allowed two ex blbltlous of four minutes each. First premium to the team affording the most amusement for tbe audience, $10. Full Instructions given by Mr. Horr or by tbe secretary as to (he nature of this very amusing exhibition. Grand rope pull contest: Between four teams of six each, not counting the cap taintotal weight of each team not to ex ceed 975 pounds. One team to be select ed by Messrs. F. C. Williams and E. H. Walt, 6f Wellington, from citizens living in tbe townships of Wellington, Hunting ton and Rochester. Another team to be selected by Sam Hastings of LaGrange, aud Harvey Leach, of Litchfield, trom clt izens living in LaGrange, Litchfield; Pen field ud Gralton. Another team to be se lected by James Merideth, of Pittsfield, and S. Hiliker. of Camden, from citizens living in Pittsfield, Russia, Camden and Brighton townships. Another team to be selected by William Clifford, ol Creston, and J. B. Chapman, of Lodl, from citizens living in Creston, Lodi and Spencer, or in the vicinity of the vallages. First prize $15, second $10. G. L. Couch and O. P. Chapman will superintend the races. All racing under rules of tbe American American trotting association. Entry fees 10 per cent, of purse not ss than four to enter and three to start. All races best three In five except Nos. 1 and 2, which will be two in three. Fourth money will not be paid when only three horses start. All races mile heats except stake race No. 1, -mile heat. All stakes divided, giving first horse 50 per cent., second 25, third 15 and fourth 10 per cent Entries lor all races close at 11 p. m. September IT. The purses for the athletic sports will be paid on the ground. Fair Notes. The additional turf money oflered this season will be an inducement to tbe turt men to bring on their best steeds. Call at or send to the office ol tbe secre tary at tbe shoe store of Harris & Crab tree for a premium list. The track has never been In a: fine con dltion as at present. The committee In charge of tbe hall should urge the people to fill them up with their exhibits. Advertised Letters. 1 The following letters remained ut the pottotTice, Aug 15: T. Clifford, Charles Fenuer, Mia. .Mel vine Hubbard. P. B. Huntley, Mb Mille Morrison, M. D. Olmsted, J. W. Sherman, E. E. Husted, P.M. - Notice. On and after Wednesday, August 17, the Dostofilce will be open trom 7 a. m, to 8 p. in. Sundays 9 to 10 a. m. E. E. Hosted, P. M. The American Soldier. To know the American soldier well you must toil with him oyer the desert trail when tbe sun bests hotly down on the dry and verdureless earth and tbe dust rises in white clouds that bide the column from view end fills the eyes, the moustache, the ears, the mouth, with profanity and vexa tion. Here is where his songs snd jokes proclaim the stuff that be is made of. Then, when you sre sent out with him in the dead of winter over twemy inches of snow, your equipments and supplies on bob-sleds, be it is that dismounts time and time agaiu without a murmur, push Ing, to help the mules up hill, repacking the overturned sled a dozen times a day then, alter it all, digging his hole in tbe snow vnd putting up bis tent at night, all the time joking with his "Buukle," and ready as ever to steal a wisp of hay or handful of oats for his shivering horse. He it is that jumped into a boiling hot spring to save the. life of a daughter of private citizen, a deed for which the citizen, who was a rich man, prof- ered tin enormous sum of $5 and the government the gold medal of honor; he th nt look a flat-boitoni Imut out in a heavy sea in New York harbor to rescue drowning boy; that loet his life for bis fi delity while attempting to swim an icy stream witb dispatches; who single-band' ed served a field gnn through an action with a bullet In bis leg, to hold a position he that you believe incapable of anything but bucking faro and drinking strong liquors. Harper's Weekly. i .- S m i - - Low Excursion Kates Biff Foul". Tbe Biz your railway will rnn an ex cursion to Niagara Falls and return, Tues day, August DO. Advertised matter will be furnished later, giving full intorma- lion. With their customary promptness the Big Four route sre aiieady in tne neid an. nounclng special low rates to Washington and Baltimore for all veterans and their friends desiring to attent the national en campment G. A. H. and the meeting of the Naval Veteran association in Beplem- lu.. UMlk tk.U ll.nl train union depot connections and choice of routes via Cincinnati and the senic Chesa peake & Ohio R'y, passing through the famous battle fields of Virginia, or via Co lumbus and the historic Baltimore & Ohio If j, tbe Big Four route will no doubt prove tbe favorite line to Washington and Baltimore. Rates always a low as the lowest Before completing arrangements call on or address tbe nearest agent ot the Big Fonr route. DIED. BAILEY At her home In Butler, Ind., Auk, 8, 18U2. of consumption, Mn. M. A. Bailey, daughter ot Mrs. 8. Whitehead, of thin place. Her remains were brought here for Interment Wertnenrtay, Angimt , BUSINESS LOCALS. Juit Think of HI The big inducements we are offering to our customers. As soon as your purchaw in this store amount to $10, including " Anchor Soap Wrappers, we will present you with a life size portrait warranted n give pet feet satisfaction and durable f r lifetime, enlarged from any photo joti may select, upon paying for frame only ut the wholesale rate of $3 each. Tbe frav.iu of the best quality Antique Deep 8t 1 Bronze and worth double the money. Sample of portrait and frame on exhibi tion at this store. Ask to see it. We guarantee Anchor Soap tbe best in the market. It bos no equal for the laun dry, bath or kitchen. Tucker & IIoyt. Potatoes. Pratt & Derrick have potatoes of cood quality for sale at 80 cents per bushel. PEIISONAL. Mary Tbe man who sells tbe most Blush of Roses for the complexion in 18U2 gets a ticket to tbe world's fair and return and $200 In cash. Tell all your friends to buy Blush of me a I am working for the prize. 10 F. D. Felt. Wanted To purchase or lease a house and lot in Wellington, tall on J, Uinebowcr, Wel lington,!). 30tf 50 percent, taved in Painting your limine. If you are going to paint, we can sell ou pure paint and save you about 50 per cent of th usual cost of material. For particulars call at E. Benedict's hardware. Arll.t. Mrs. J. C. Whipple, artist. Portraits in oil, crayon, pastel. Fine work a special ty. Landscape and Marines in oil, pastel ana water color, ncture framing at low est prices. Brighton, O, 1 Ladies who use cosmetics or powders to cover up or hide a bad completion, do not know that r . u. felt can furnish them wilh Blush of Roses, which is clear as water, purines the skin and posllvely re moves black beads and all skin diseases, takes tbe shiny look from the tace and whitens it soon as applied. 8 That's Wbut They ore Talking About The laities say That White's Lily of the Valley butts us every way. For the complexion, It beats the world, We are told, liy all who use It, Young and old. It makes us prouder. tvery aay. To lieiir what partrous Have to sny. For the old saw Is true. You know. What uli unite In, Must be so. All we ask, dear reader. Is that rou clve White's Lily of tbe VaMey one fair trial, and you will at once be convinced that it Is the finest article in the market for beautifying the complexion. For sain at Adams' drug Btore and by Mrs. J. A. imtignercy, general scent. Ladie wltu a few leisute hours each c'sy can make money by assisting in my IhiMiifh. Ad dress, Wellington, O., P. (. box 231). An Elegant Gift! Harris & Crabtree arc bound to be the leaders in the shoe business Their wonderful bargains are bringing them new customers nearly every day. And to show you that they appreciate your patronage they have decided to give you an elegant picture. Thanking you for past patronage we remain respectfully, Harris & Crabtree Bicycle If you want the latest and best bicycle on the market, bny tbe Cleveland cush ioned or pneumatic tire, for sale by J. W. Wilbur. AUCriONEER-J. H. Arndt will auc tioneer sales ot all kinds of property Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O. : oullivan Ohio (14tf Notice. We are now receiving a fresh stock of Teas and Coffees and can undersell any of the traveling men that call at bouses sell ing this line of goods. Please bear this in mind. W. Arnold, Vest End Grocery. Dentistry. I have secured exclusive right to use Dr. Stedman's method of making clamp plates in Wellington. All kinds of dentul work done in a skilful and thorough man ner. Yours Very Trulv, 50tf VV. L. 11 OLD ROOK. LAND FOR SALE.-Two lumdredacres of good farm land, well timbered, with liv ing water, well located, with u little im provement, situated in Osceoia county, Michigan, near railroad station and mills, Also 157 acres ot land with railroad across it, snd station, saw-mill, house and barn blacksmith shop and other improvements, for sale at $U.0O per acre. For further in formation inquire of (5tf Wm. 11. H. Si'TUKK, Wellington, O. Stem Auger UIU Headquarters for the Irwiu Patent Solid. Center Stein Auger Bits. These bits are fat superior to any on the market. Iney bore in any kind of wood, in tbe end as well as in I lie side.without rtrHssure. Thev bave twice the clearance of any other bit, and having but one crimp, it is impossible tor Uiem to cnoke. Having a solid center, they are much stronger. They require much less power in boring. Ecfc bit is made of a fine grade ot steel rncl fully warranted. For sale by J. W. Wilbur.. W. & L. E. One and one-third lure for the round trip to Fremont, Sept. 27 to 30, account Sandusky county fair. One. are lor round trm to .v.iasillon, Aug. 23 and 24, account Friends' meeting at Damascus. Ten dollars for the round :rip to Kansas City, Mo., and return, Augunt 20 to 23. Return limit September 15. A special rate of fl. ) to loieao ana return every Sunday with one quy's limit. Passengers for Lakeside can leave on W. & L. E. train No. 2 at 0 .27 a. m. and arrive at Sandusky at 8:35 a. m. and ar rive at Lakeside at 10:35 a. m. $..0 for the round trip. Train No. 2 leaving Wellington at 6:27 a. m. makes direct connections at Toledo for sll points west, lanaicg passengers at Kansas City at 9:40 next morning after leaving Wellington. Makes direct connec tions at Kansas Cily for all western points. Excursion rates to Toledo sod return every day. Tickets on 8!i!e for I rain No.fl, good returning on train No. 1 only. une tare ior ine rouna trip io unuiani, Sept 0 and 7, on account of reunion of in fantry and artillery at Wellaiiurp, W. Va. Un account or tne u. A. it. encampment and reunion at Washington in September, tbe W. & L. E. will sell tickets to Wash ington and lialtimore at a very low rate, witlr tbe nsual side trips. W. fc L. trains will pass through the finest scenery in day light of any line running to Washington, both going and returning. You will do well to call on tbe agent ol W. & L. E. R'y before arranging for tickets. One fare for round trip to Massillon Aug. 10 and 17 on sorount of the cmven-' tlon of People's party. I t ,