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The . Enterprise.
i ? f V -t ' i, i " -- iii. i . m i !!' , 'i 1 11 - .-L A Family Newspaper Devoted to th. Interests of Lorain County eu Vicinity. ... 1 i 1 ; . i .,i .,.,.,!.,. ., - ..... i. " OL. XXVII. r WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1893. NO. 27 v. 1 If, if 5 TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR. In effect May 28. 1893. St. 9 9:40p.m N.O " 27........ :' " 2 6:10 " 8........8:35a.m " 23 7:4ft " 2T. 9:15 ' 81 loctt. 10:40 ft.m! Standard time. OOINO KAHT 8 6:M-m 2H 7:45 " 2 8!35 " 2 3:32 p-m 24 4:65 " (ttloclt. 2:55 " Hos.2.1, 24 and 25 between Cleveland and Wellington; Nos. 25, Bland 29 bunday only; sand uaauy. W. & L. E. In effect Oct- 23. 1W2. Btandardtlnie. No.S.. I0.55a.rn Ko. 2 H7.i' No.? . ... . 4.16p.m No A 10:Ja.m No 9 ... ...eififip.mlNO. S.lfip.m NoocajJBa.mlNo.ietLocalWjQpjn Xo.2and9rundally. Sanfobd & Benschoten- Undertaker.. Mr. Benkhoten will attend to all calls either clay or night promptly. Residence, Taylor street . Welllngton.Ohlo. 17tf. 1 ') r ttitttaWAY. M. D. Specialties t H. nfltl diseases ani diseases of the m.aa. .n.i bidneva. Rectal diseases r' ,r...,. nl nr detention from business. Diseases of the bladder and kidneys treated only after a proper exam- Inslion 01 tne urine. wciiiugw f nUATTi&IIERRICK, flour i r and feed store. Free de- 1 livery to all parts of the cor I porntion. Railroad street. I NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE '.SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events In Tlielr Im mediate Vicinity. I IT. DTCKSON. Attorney .. n J. at-law and solicitor 01 I American and foreign pat ients, west side public square. . i i n E. SUTL1DD , dealer i coai i Us-Anthr'acite, MasBillon, Jack- 'laoii, etc.; terms .'St West Liberty at. cash. Office Telephone 48. I T, HASKELL, Attorney- iJ. -i 1 .-A nntonr TVuKlif ij( av-iiiyv uim.uvwj r " Loutih and collections mauo a specialty, -building. ' Office in bank C SAGE & CO., insurance agents. Fire, life, acci dent and tornado. Represent (best companies in the United 'States. TVadsworth block. fiOODAYLLN, msur- ance ageni anu nutuij p.. Deeds, wills, con- ' tracts, etc, written neatly and (n n. x n. jpublic 'Inwnllv. Store. 1 Over Seragc's shoe LB. PRATT Veterinary i surgeon and dentist. ved at W. F. fvJKTear & Co.'s drug store. M rock ; Buy the pure lump salt for your stock. It Is mist convenient to feed, your stock .in l healthier. It Is solid economy and certain profit t. use It. ' Bowlby & Hall, ag ts i For the best lime, cement : plaster of Psrls, plabterlog balr and the celebrated Aduinani wan j)iumr K ; Bowlby & Hall's , , Our fruit counter is always mi.,1 lth the best apples, oranges, lem ons and bananas! and in evaporated fruits of aU kinds, our stock is unequalled , outside the large cities. -i If it is green vi 'or dainties to tempt the appetite that you -.nut von will always And them at Bowlby & Hall's I Everybody knows that our fresh roasted coffee is clear abnv everything else lo qualitr, flanr and value. We roast It ourselves; it is ai ways fresh and never fall to satisfy Our teas are right in the frAnt rank and anybody that choices to huy In larger thim ordinary quantities w find It to Hielf snvatitage to call ou i All nnr P-ood9 in the line of jrroceries, crockery, glass .ic. are such aa. roconimend them Ives: and the prices lor the same quality oods will be at as low prow as any u BOWLBY & HALL S I NKW LONDON. Jdlt 8,A number oi Masons, with their families, went to North Fairfield on June 24 and united with their brothers these in a Kood, social picnic. Ralph Barrett has been in Cincinnati the past week as delegate to the Christian Endeavor convention. 8. Markham and family started lor Den ver, Colorado, on the evening ot the 29th. Tbey Intend making their home in Den- ver. Mrs. Nellie Donovan (nee Post) ac companied them. Mr. Donovan has been there some time. C. B. Post is taking in the sights at the Columbian exposition. D. J. C. Arnold and family returned on the evening of the 30th. Rev. Wm. Kepler attended the Interna tional EDWorth Leaena convention at Cleveland last week. Mrs. O. H. Odell and children have re turned to Ottawa, O., from a visit here with her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Ells, and Mrs. James Turner. Mrs. Lena and Ber tha Turner accompanied Ihem to Ottawa. Mrs. Myra B. Chronister left on June 20 for Bayle City. Ill- for the summer. Mrs. R. 8. Giles has been entertaining a little niece from Berea, O. Mrs. A. K. McConnell has leturned from visit to her mother at Sandusky. Our college students at home for the summer: Misses Mattle Curtiss, of Ober lin; Mary Kepler, ot Delaware; Messrs. Edward Washburn, of Ann Arbor, Mich., nd Harry King, of Oberlln. Miss Laura Kies, of Vancouver, Wash ington, is here visiting her uncle, Joseph Atkinson. . Mrs. R. C. Powers is entertaining a niece from southern California. Miss8arah Can is home from Cleveland. Byron Gilbert, of Jamestown, N. Y., was in town the past week shaking hands with his many friends. J. H. Sackett has moved into his ne rooms on South Main street On June 23 Miss Mae Deeming, the popular elocutionist, gsve an entertain ment at the Congregational church, nnder the auspices of the J. O. U. A. M. The ladies of the Baptist society served Ice-cream In the Doud room on Saturday evening, the 24th. The Epworth league will serve ice-cream in the same room on Saturday evening, July 8. The M. E. Aid society met on the 80th with Mrs. Dr. F. B. McEUIlnncy. Verily, verily, I say uato you, the Chau tauquans seem to be enjoying the good things just now. On June 23 the C.L.S.C. alumni held their annual banquet with Miss Ida Starblrd, and it was a delightful occasion, long to be remembered by those present. These banquets 'are confined strictly to their members. Tbisytarthree new graduates, Mesdames J. II. McElHin cey, F. K.June and J. Flint, were admit ted to membership. On Tuesday, the 27th the last circle for tho tcbool year met with Mrs. B. Jeoney, A large number were present. The lit- rary program was One, and also tbe re freshments. On the 28th a number of the alumni met with Miss Sadie Skellenger to organize foi a tpecial post-graduate's course. Tbey will take np tbe English course. They start in with a membership ot twelve. The Congregational Aid society will meet this week with Mrs. Ark Pond Rev. Ralph Smith, of Newport, Ky., is here with his family at ber parents', Mr. and Mrs. P. Westoo. Mr. flartman has sold the Norwalk back route to Charles Jones, tbe latter tak lag possession July 8. Miss Llbble McConnell and ber mother are home Irora Lorain. Mrs. Bert White and her little son have irons to her parents' in'Lodi for a visit Mrs. White hsd a slight shock of paraly. sis tbe past week. Niuii BRIGHTON. July 8. Wheat is ripening very last and will soon be ready for the binder. W. C. Cline, who with his wife has been stopping with Mrs. Harriet Dunbar for s few days, returned Friday to his home in Geneva, N. Y. Mrs. Cllne, who is a niece of Mrs. Dunbar, will continue her visit for a few duys. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pearpont, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, are visiting for a few weeks in town. They are stopping at present with Mrs. Plerpont's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hall. Mrs. Stottord and Mrs. McCottcr, of Kip- ton, spent Wednesday in town, tbe guests Mrs. Mary Weber. Prof. Hall and wife, of Oberlin, are spending s few weeks in town, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Kelsey and Mr, and Mrs. 0. Hall. Geo. W. Greene took bis wile to tbe hospital in Cleveland last Tuesday to be treated. She will remain there for the present, at least. We are glad to leara that C, E. Fox, who was taken suddenly ill last Sunday week, has sufficiently recovered to return to his borne. Sun stroke seems to have been the cause of his illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Grtena visited friends In Chatham, Medina county, Tues day. Miss Cella French, of Iowa, spent a few days In town, the gut-st of ber Bister, Miss Llbble Loyeland. Tbe ladies' aid society ot the M. E. church, will be entertained by Mrs. Geo. Prosser Wednesday afternoon, July 12. A cord I ill invitation Id extended to all. Rev. Mayer, of Berea, has taken posses sion of the M. E. parsonage, where he ill remain until conference. Mia. Chleora Fox has returned borne after an absence of a week wllh her daughter, Mrs. Virgil Twining, of Henri etta. ' Rover. , Mrs. Andrew Arndt and son, Ora, and Mrs. Kosh are visitors at Chicago this week. !, . Sullivamtcs will celebrate the Fourth at Ashland, Altron and Chippewa lake. For tbe ones rwialnlng at borne ice cream will be served st the town ball. ' The children's day exercises at the Dis ciple churr.h Sunday evening were very Interesting Adele Stfartz came home last Saturday. She has been teaching in Spencer. Mrs. Bigg and daughter, ol Elyria, are visiting at Mr. Clark's. The bail last night broke tbe windows in R. Rice's Urn. Mr. Ellis'nlece. from Kansas, yisited bim Inst Saturday. ( Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 1 1 ABSOULTSED PURS Powder Notice of Appointment. ills, deceased, been appointed and nf the will 01 n II liinn. I.oraln connty. liated IH! l-'lli d 14 J," y u l L ,ut of William Jlcki i. undersigned baa ' I. ...... ii. Ii.Ik nf III- n m .1 mnui eased. ROCHESTER. Jm.r 1. Children's day exercises lnut Bundsy evening at the Melhodist cbuich were very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Phillips expect to move to Akroo soon, where they will make tbeii future home. No rain for almost two weeks. Crops are suffering I mm the want ol a good heavy shower. The Whitney Family favored Rochester with their show, which pleased the boys. Miss Leva Phillips has gone to spend the summer with Mrs. Milord Chamber lain at Asbiabula. ' Her ninny friends will be glad to learn that ber health Is .much improved. .. Rev. Bitebfleld Is SO"n o go lo Pennsyl vanla to hold camp Pieetlig. , HUNTINGTON. July 8. A heavy thunder shower last Igbt put the roads in nice condition for driving on the fourth. Tbe rain was very much needed io the gardens. ... Will Short and Frank Alien were haul. ing bay at Elbert Chapman's last Friday, and while going from the lot into the road Frank fell off the load, breaking bis right leg close to the hip Joint, and, it is feared, receiving internal injuries. Dr. J. Thomas, assisted by Dr. Biitton, of Spencer, attended biin. Artie Johnson's right loot is in bad shape, having been burt in a rake while raking hay. Mrs. Mllo Smith returned from Oberlios leaving ber son, Frank, slowly Improving. He can commence sitting up In about a week. Mn. M, E. Morse, from Chicago, visited her sister, Sadie Gault, last week. Tbe Misses Finch, from Kansas, were guests at T. D. Phelon's. Miss Jenny Mussen and Ina Sage have come homu from Oberlin to spend vaca tion. Mrs. Jenny Perkins, from Camden, is at ber sister's, Mrs. Johnson. Wm. Bailey and wife, from Lodi, are vlalting his brother, Charles Bailey. Mrs Mattle Chapman's twin sister, from Ottawa county, .pent a aay wllh her last week. Mrs. Fox, from Pen field, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John Bartlett. Lou Ward's school, Pittsflcld center I closed last Saturday. 8be Is now at borne. Mrs Myers, Lew and Veva, from New London, spent Sunday in town. To gain strength Hood's Sarsaparilla. For steady nerves Hood's Sarsaparilla. For pure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. PITTSFIELD. Jclt 8. Mrs. John Marshal started for Dimondale, Mich., Monday, to visit ber sister. Eva Campbell has retained from Chica go and reports a very pleasant time. H. V. Eldrldge. of Toledo, spent a dsy visiting frleuds here. A. C. Norrls, Joe Wslte and John Perry, of Cleveland, visited iriends here a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Furze, of Welling ton, spent Sunday with II. BetU and wife. Mrs. Uswley, daughter and two sons, are visiting st James Baldwin's. A few of tho neighbors In the southwest part of tbe town will bold a picnic in R. Merrlam's yard tbe fourth. Walter Henson, of Wood county, is home visiting bis parents. Grant Campbell spent s day In Florence, Quite a number of young people will spend tbe fourth st tbe lake. Mrs. Dennis Willard and children, if Dulutb, Minn., are home visiting her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wtddowson. Tom, Hem Estate Ti'iiiiHl'er. James G Hrowu to Einnm P Brown, un divided one-Uiilf luteretit in tnwn lot No. 9, known us the Americnu lioine property, Elyr.a. 1,00(1. .lames W Psluier and Mary M Palmer, tee In wire, to B N and D B GoihIsmII, lot 8, blk 4, Wm A Braman's nild, Lorain, $3,000. E P Johnson to Behr Bros , part town lot 150, Oberlin Village, $3,000. F Daniels, trustee, to Robert E Mills, lot 22, Wallace, Root & Joiihs add, Lorain, $300. ,.; Nathan F. Underbill to George Atkins, 15 acres In lot ii, tract 5, Rochester, $1,200. Wm A Uraman, trustee, lo Wm S Rog. em, lot 14, MX 11, Uriiitmn i add, l.'.ruln, $250. George E Brown lo Emma E Mulil md, part original lot 4, tract 1, Bltck River tp, $500. 1 Jennie A Agate to Mary J Heigliton, lot 4, N B Gates' add. Elyria, $1000. David Wallace to Jacob Kneiper, pt lot 3, tract 1, Loruin, $175. Charles C Schneider to John Grabrnstet- tcr, 101 acres In lot 51 Gmlton p, $1,500 A L Garford, trustee, t Joel V Sampsell, west part lot 30, blk 04, Elyrls, $1181, Sarah C Builrr to Wm D Gordon, lot 30, Penfield's ftdd, Oberlin, $500. J T Haskell jxecutor, to Albert and Victoria Siarr, DO? acres In iots 31,82 and 83, Penfield tp, $2925. Jobb C Fisher to Ellen F Fisher et al, part lota 1 and 2, blk 27, Bowen & Wal lace add, Elyria, $.S00. Altiert Foster to Frank C Foster. 73 27-100 acres, lot 80, Grafton tp, $2200. Daniels Weber et al, lo I A Webster, south half lot 440, blk 89, Elyria, $007. S S Warner to Wm Blancbard, lot 16, S S Warner's sub-division, Wellington tp, $200. E G Sprague sod Meliana Spragne to Beaver Dale, 17 acres in lot 70, LaGrange tp. $040. Grove Butler to Jay F Penfield, 10 acres lu lot 14. west of river, Elyria, $1200 L C Walker to A Gilchrist, M; acres In lot 73, also lots 10, 17, 13 and 10, Oberlln, $2500. Henry Wlegand et nl to T F Punit-k pt lot 11, blk 2, Lorain, $000. Quartos Gil more et ul to John Whnkl, lot 133, Lorain, $270. Qunrtus Gilmore et al, to John Pries, lot 129, Lorain, $330. Delia T and Rue E Stewart to Ura C Richards, lot 20, Olx-rlin. WASHINGTON LETTER. The Administration will not Give Finan clHl Kcller.-Tlie Grab for Ottlce. Wahiiisotos, Juue 80. Nothing need be expected from the administration in the shape of relief. It has deliberately thrown the whole business oyer to con- ress and continues to devote its entire time to settling squabbles among demo crats as to whom shall get the little ol- flees. Secretary Carlisle, when asked what be contemplated doing, said there was nothing to add to the policy of the administration already announced, which means that Pres. Cleveland's do-nothing program will be continued until it Is changed by congress. A member of the cabinet let tbe cat out of tbe bag as to wby Pres. Cleveland con tinues to turn a deaf ear lo the numerous appeals for su immediate extra session of congress that are being made to him, by saying In the course of a general conver sation that, it the president were convinc ed that congress would immediately after assembling, repeal the Sherman law that body might be couytned before Septem ber. Ever sine the establishment of the present form ot government for the Dis trict of Columbia It bas been regarded, as it was inteiided to be. ss being strictly non-partisan In lis makeup; and for many years the loudest shouters In favor of keeping politics out were tbe democrats. But a radical change has tsken place in tneir views, and the. local democrats, as sisted by several Maryland and Virginia congressman, are nigging at Pres. Cleve land in order to get him to dlrevt the dis missal of republicans and tbe appoint ment of democrats in their places, and, in order to get him personally interested they have produced files ol a paper edited by one of the clerks In which the usual campaign attacks npon tbe opposing can. dldate were tiade upon Pres. Cleveland In 84, '88 and 1)2, -none of them half so cut ting as attacks made on him by democrat ic editors whom he has since rewarded lib offices. Tbe nujiittness of these democrats Is nude all tbe more apparent by a table prepared some time ago, It Is said at Pres. Cleyeland's request, which shows that of the 253 offices under the district government above the grade of la borer, 134 are already held by democrats. Tbe trouble with the democrats Is that tbey always want the best of a bargain. When there is a republican administra tion they want things run on the non- par tisan order, but now tbey want everything. Fair play they do not know. ',, The Ladies. The pleRsant effect and perlebt safety with which ladles may use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs, uoder all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. Ti get the true end genulnc'arilcle, look for the name of the Cnllfornla Fig Syrup Co.,. printed near the bottom of the pack age, v Common Pleas Court. Mrs. II. D. Burns vs 8. A. Peltoo et ul, partition. Sale confirmed. Geo. Badle vs W. & L E. R'y, money only. Settled at plaintiffs costs. Andrew Fowl et al vs Charles Fowl et al, mocey only. Verdict lor detendaiit. John Jacob Hagg vs Stale Bnkol Ohio, to quiet title etc. Decree lor plaintiff. Stowell B. Dudley vs Geo. Freemun et al, Injunction and equitable relit f. IWree lor plaintiff. May M. Boyntoa vs M. S. Bovntou, d. vorce. Divorce granted and custooy ol minor children. Savings Deposit Bauk cainpanv vs Pat Sharkey, inouey only. Cognovit Judgment tor plaiutiff, $358.70. MEW CASKS. Gus Overson vs Trine Oversun, divorce. J. T. Haskell for plaintiff. Louise Randal! vs James Sbelddn, et al, money only. Webber & Stroup for plain tiff. The Savings Deposit Banktompany vs Patrick Sharkey, money only. F. F. Thomas for plaintiff. Hannah Nooney vs Edson A. Clark, to sell real estate. Webber & Stioup attor neys for plaintiff. ' Hannah Nooney vs Edson A. Clark, ap pointment of receiver, etc. A R, Wei- ler and E. G. Johnson lor plaintiff. OBERLIN. The Congregational churches have adopted ths nsual vacation plan of holding union services on Bundsy evening. The village council are making a move toward requiring stone walks on certain streets.. The statement, which has appeared In one or more papers, that Profeator G. F. Wright bus ibsigned bis position ss pi o- lessor In Uberiia college, is entirely with out foundation, News, Wby Sbonld I not have confidence io that which has done me a world of good. If you bad suffered years with liver complaint and got cured by using Sulphur Blttt-rs,would not you too have confidence In tbemf J. R. Nash, Hotel Wlnthrup, Boston. REAL CAUSE OF DEPRESSION. The present depression which oppresses the country is based solely on ficticious grounds and is caused simply by lack of confidence. There is as much money in the country as ever, and were the people not filled with absurd apprehension, there would by no monitary stringency. The Sherman purchase law is at the bottom of this lack of confidence, but while in time, if permitted to continue, tbat law will embarrass tbe country by forcing it to a silver standard, still, it will be a long time before any such catastrophe as that can happen, and long before it will be possible tbe abomination will be repealed. All feir from that source, therefore, is abso lutely foolish. If the people of the United States would look at this question aright thete would be no more trouble. Now every man who bas a little money Is boarding it away, in stead of investing it; depositors in some states have become needlesly alarmed and made runs on banks which, if let alone, would have been perfectly solvent, but which could not stand a steady drain upon them ; others are refusing to pay their bills, and while doing all they can to make money, immediately withdraw their money from circulation. All Ibis is worse than foolish; it is crim inal. Let our men ot large and small means inyest their money. Securities tbst are as sound as dollar are depressed tn rough inaction, and can be bought now for considerably leas -than they will be Sold for i fetf 'month "bene. Let depos-' itois permit their savings to remain in bsnks snd there will be no more failure ot these institutions even of comparative small capital, and tbe depositors will re ceive their own with interest. Then let those who owe small sums stop hoarding money snd lie honest and pay their debts. These little sums are very small in them selves, but in the aggregate make an amount of money which, if put in circula tion, will do much In tbe way of warding off general stringency and consequent bad business all around. This Is s great country, and our large wheat crops, which will be in great de mand in Europe, will soon be on the move, and tben, with wheat going abroad and European gold coming in freely In return, confidence will naturally be re stored ; but there is no necessity for wait ing lor that. The present fear Is like one ol those crazes which seem to take abso lute posMsalon of mankind every once in a while like land booms and such like but, after a period of excitement, reason returns, snd now if people.wlll only invest their moyey, stop running Jon banks and pay their debts, good times will return be fore either wheat is shipped or the Sher man law is repealed. Exchsnge. Probate Court. Will ot George Nsge), late ot Avon, ad mitted to probate. Joseph Brown, Lorain, appointed guard. tan of Margaret Brown. Will of Jeremiah Gauder, late of Elyria, admitted to probate. R. E. Bramaa appointed administrator of Thomas Burns, late of Lorain. Warren Earl appointed administrator of estate of John Allen, late of Eaton. Joseph Moltz, of Ridgevllle, declared Insane and ordered to Toledo asylum. G. D. Uolllday appointed administrator of tbe estate of Peter Delllng, late ol Am herst. Will of Martin Kneisel, late of Brown- helm, admitted to probate. Widow elects under will. Sara A Newton appointed executor of estate sod will ot R. O. Newton, late of Grafton. Purely vegetable Hol' PiP 25". llS3Povjden The oaly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.r-No Ammonia; No Alum; Used in Millions, of Homea-io. Years th Staadari Io old times h seemed to be thought that a medicine must be nauseating to be effective. Now, this Is all changed. Ayer's Ssrs'aparills, one of tbe most pow erful alteratives, Is agreeable to most pal ates, the flavor being by no means medicinal. Republican Senatorlcl Convention. Th iwDUbllcane ol the 27th and 2HB joint senatorial district ol Ohio, compoid of tbe counties ot Ashland, Lorain, .Medina and Klchland, will meri in aeieitaie convention at A.hlHDd. Ashland oouiity. Uln u Thursday. the loth day of Amu.i, imti, at II dVlw-k a.m.. for the purpose in iioininniuiK; one senator lor tiia venerHlassemhlynl the slate ut Ohio. Tho basis o( representation will he one delegate (or each KM votxa and earn irnrtlon ol IUI voles over 60 east tor governor In lfHl . The delegation Irom each county will bo as fol lows: No. ot Dele Votes, gate. Ashland ? Loral a 4!1 N Medlua M W Rlchlaud 3WS W The several county central committees are reo uested to apportion the delegates In their various voting precincts and call tbe caucuses lor the umnlnailon ol delegates. rosamii. Ashland. W. N. SUrr and Morris Frlnk: Lo rain. W. A. Hranian and J. W. Steele; Medi na, Willis H. Mlro and B. Clarki Won land, J. U. Hull aud W. 8. LtiU. W. N. Htass, Chairman. J W. Rtkkln, Be. pro lem. '! Vi ( ( C w-e if" -r'Tr---.."' C r h ( ' I. " '' "'tJUitSaesL. - ""I .;:..:.!