Newspaper Page Text
yam. ENTERPRISER A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Ioraia County aia Vicinity . VOL. XX VII. WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY; JULY 12, 1893. NO. 28 TIE COLDHBliS EXF0SIT10I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report FOR -' . -r- ,- ' ...... ''r"i - The Lawn Chairs, ? Camp Chairs, Beautiful Bedroom Sets, Book Cases and Rocking Chairs GO TO The Glass Front J. L. SANFORD, Prop. MECHANIC STREET. TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR. In effect May 28. 1898. Standard time. ooiko t. I Ke. 9 9:40 p.m OOINO IABT No. 8. ,.ft:M. m ' 27., . 6:25 " 28.... " 26.... " 2 ... ..7:15 " ..8:35 " ..8:32 p.m ' iW... ' 3..., ...:10 " ...8:35 a.m ...7:4ft " ' 23., 1 2A 24. .4 -OS ...9:15 Siloclt. 2:55 " HI locft. 10:40 a.m No. 23, 24 and 25 between Cleveland and Wellington; Not. 25, 28 and 29 Sunday only; 8 and 9 dally. W. & L. E. In effect July 9, 1893. Standard time. OOIKO XST. I OOIKO, WKST. No.5 lo.ftoa.m No .4 10:27 a.m No.T 4.15p.mNo. 2.S8p.m No . 8:06 a.mlBo.10 6.58 " Sakfobd & Benschoten Ukdertakeus. Mr. Benschoten will attend to ill calls either day or night promptly. Residence, Taylor afreet . Wellington, Ohio. tttf. R HATHAWAY. M. U. Specialties: Rectal diseases ani diseases of the bladder and kidneys. Rectal diseases treated without pain or detention from .business.' Disease Of he bladder and kldnevs treated only after a proper exam, lnatio'n of the urine. Wellington O. PRATT & 1IERRICK, flour and feed 6tore. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. I II. DICKSON, Attorney I. nt-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. n E. SUTLIFF, dealer in coal U i Anthracite, Massillon, Jack no ii. etc.: terms cash. Office "West Liberty st. Telephone 48, I T, HASKELL, Attorney J, at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a Rnecialtv. Ofiice in bank building. , 0 SAGE & CO., insurance l nsrents. Fire, life, am dent and tornado . Represent best companies in the united States. Wadsworth block. n N. GOODWIN, insur 111 ance agent and notary nublic. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc. written neatly and lerrallv. Over Serage's shoe store. L B. PRATT Veterinary , surgeon and dentist. Orders received at TV. F. Near & Co.'s drug store. E D. BUSH, A FULt HUPrLT OK N Fresh Meat, Sausage. ; Corned Beef, Salt Meat, Hams; Cash Paid for Hides. CITYMEATMARKET Furniture Store Buy the pure lump rock salt for your stock. It la most convenient to feed, your stock will be healthier. It is solid economy and certain profit to use It. Bowlby & Hall, ag ts. For the best lime, cement, plaster of Parle, plastering hair and the celebrated AdamantWall plaster go to Bowlby & Hall's. Our fruit counter is always filled with the beat apples, oranges, lem ons and bananas; ana in evaporated fruits of all kinds, our stock Is unequalled outside the large cities. If it is green vegetables or dainties to tempi the appetite that you want, you will always And them at Bowlby & Halls. Everybody knows that our fresh roasted coffee is clear above everything else in quality, flavor and. valiifc-rWuXpaal it ourselves; it U al- waya fresh and never falls to satisfy. Our teas are right in the front rank and anybody that chooses to buy in larger than ordinary quantities will find it to their anvantage to call on us. All our goods in the line of groceries, crockery, glass ware, etc., are such as rrcommeud them selves; and the prices lor the same quality of goods will be at as low polat as any at BOWLBY & HALLS, We secured an excellent nega tive of the OLD LIBERTY BELL when it was in Wellington, and will furnish photographs of same for . Cabinet size 25 cts. 8x10 (for framing) 50 Cts. Postpaid. Send in your orders. We are headquarters for photo work in all sizes and styles on paper or silk in First-class Work Only Duplicates from Sawtelle, Fyke or Sprague negatives. We have one of the bast Ko dak's for rent. Have just received a new view ing outfit with all the latest im provements. Remember, we are over Uowlby k Hall's store, Wellington O. H. H. SAUNDERS & SON. JEWELRY All designs of Jewelry. Sliver ware, Watches, .Clorks, Opera (llrniwi, Spectacles, fountain Pens, etc.. te. Repairing a Specialty. I nm a!so agent for the ' Sinner 8owlnu Machine, htjpi'llti kept on hand. . MRS. CM. CONVERSE Successor to Couwse Bros. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES f1m)M THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events in Tbei Im mediate Vicinity. HUNTINGTON. July 10. Elder Willard and bis family left last Monday for Ada, to attend a fam ily reunion. The Epwortb league has secured the Mandolin club of Oberlln for an entertain ment which will be held at the M. E. church on Friday evening of this week, after which ice-cream will be served. The fourth was very quiet here, nothing: going on in public. People went in search ot the fourth in every direction some to Akrou, some to Chippewa Lake and Lake Erie. El wood Russell and family went to Nor walk. Mrs. Alta Pratt slipped and fell down, dislocating her shoulder. , Prof. Ward, wife and Ihree boys, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Quult, from Lorain, with her two little boys, Is visiting nt Will Qault's. Mrs. Margaret Hazel and two children from Lake Helen, Florida, are on their way north and are nonr visiting bei brother, Mason, In Williamsburg, Ky. A nice shower Saturdn) afternoon fresh eoed up t-veryiiiiiig. farmers are very busy in the bay and harvest fields. Acres ot wheat will be put up this week. Mrs. Earnest Tanner, son and daughter, came from Orville on Saturday to visit at . J. Rotitson's. Charles Sage spent the fourth at bis fathers' In company with Eugene Good rich and family. Mrs. Ella Juue and her niece, Mary June.lrom Micbtgm, start ihis morning for Chicago. BRIGHTON. July 10. Farmers are very busy bar- vesting their wheat, it being a good crop In this section. The grass crop is reported as yery light. C. E. Fox spent the fore part of the week In Wellington. Most of the people In town celebrated the fourth at home. Morris Smith, with a little trlend, of Massillon, was In town 'luesday and Wednesday, the guest of O. At. Peasley, Mr. Smith is a brother of Mm. Peasley. Mm. I). C. 11)11. of Norwalk, visited her brothers, C. F. and O W. Greene, Tburs- day and Friday. Mis Lena King returned to her home lo Norwalk last Frldey, after a short visit with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Greene. Mm. R. D. Gilson, of Toledo, who, w.tli ber children, is visiting her invalid mother Mrs. L. W. Hart, reiurns to her home to day. Geo. W. Greene, wllh his two sons, vis ited in Cleveland over Sunday with hi" wife, who is rcporleil some better. Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Peasley, July 8, a little daughier. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Greene, with their little daughter, Daisy, speut Sunday with friends In Cbutiixm, Medina county Mrs Cline, w ho is slopping with Mrs. 11 Dunbar, relui us to her home in Geneva N. Y today. Mrs. Ella Hardy attended church In Wellington, Sunday. It OVEN. LITCHFIELD. July 10. The fourth psssed very quietly in our lown. Most of the young people went to the lake. Letlle 8ears bas returned from Cleve land. Nellie Drooker ba returned Irom Ak ron. Mrs. Warren Hartman visited in town last week. Lon Rice bas beeo quite sick, but Is able to be up again. Fannie Durcb and Zellab Stranaban visited Mrs. Reuben Hyde, of Fremont last week. The Whitney Family was lo town Thursday evening. Tbey say : MA poorer performance each year." Hiram Nickersoo, of Boston, visited bis parents. Mary Can field, Helen Smiltb, Ada Nick eraon and Mrs A. D. Hall are at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. John McQuate, of Hunt Ington, visited Mrs. M.'s parents. Mr. an Mrs. Holmes, over Sunday. Eliza Holmes, who Is attending school ,Jn Lorain, is spending ber vacation at hone. C. p. Canfleld bas a fine pair of twin colts len days old. , ' , . Mas. The people quickly recognize merit, and this Is tbe season the sales, of-Hold's Sarsaparllla are constantly' increasing. Try"' ' ' As Seen Through the Eyes of Fourteen-year-old Girl. One's first sight of the exposition grounds is ludeed beautiful. ' As a corner is suddenly turned, all the domes and Spires of the White City spring into sight. We went through the forrestry building first not completely, of course. This building covers au area of one and one half acres. The architecture is of a rus- tlo order. The veranda on its four sides are supported by trunks of trees in their natural State, brought from different states ot the Union snd trom foreign countries. Tbe display of polished woods is beauti ful. In fact, everything we see is so beau tiful. We visited tbe art galleries, but had time only to go through a smull portion of the .German exhibit. Tbe statuary was beautiful. Theie was a representation of tbe bouse of parliament in Berlin, also fa mous churches represented in siuluury. The doorway leading Into tbe bronze work department was made in imitation or a door to a cathedral. It was fine; sucb fairy designs it didn't seem possible that It could be only plaster of paris. Whenever we get tired we go to tbe Oh io state building to rest, where there are broad lonoges and easy chairs. $100,000 was expended in building and finishing it Wednesday morning we passed through machinery ball. In the belt exhibit we saw the largest belt in tbe world. It was 203 feet long, 8 feet wide, and weighed over 5000 pounds. SCO bides were used in construction. . We saw the silk and cotton looms in op eration, weaving plaids, stripes and varl ous other patterns. It was very interest- irg. Tbe exhibition of dynamos was also very interesting. In one Immense one tbe fly wheel was nearly twenty-five feet in diameter. We saw printing presses in operation. They too a blank paper from the roll, printed it on both aides, cut, folded, and delivered it at tbe other side, all right side up. Tbe display of drills was another inter esting feature. In one of tbe glass cases a driU o small It waa scarce) disoernihle against tbe dark purple lining, and from this each drill Increased in size until one four or flye Inches In diameter was tescbed. From machinery hall e passed to tbe horticultural building. California's wine exhibit Is entirely Inside of an immense redwood tree. In tbe mining building we saw the new. ly discovered stone, rose garnet It Is composed of three different materials- pink garnet, which is harder than quartz, and two other substances, a gray and yellow, which are harder than marble. The slone Is ludeed beautiful, and the pink gurnets when polished are exquisite. It is said it will be more popular than mar ble fur finishing purposes, as the weather baa no effect on it The only known de posit is at Xalostoc, Mexico. In the Pennsylvania coal exhibit tbere H a miniature coal mine with breakers In operation. In the Cape Hoin exhibit there is a dia mond washing machine In operation. Tbe diamond ground is of a sort of grayish color; aud looking st it one can see the diamonds, large and small, peeping but. We took the steamer Columbus from the grounds and bad a ride ot lourteen miles to the city. Tbe cool breeze of the lake was very refreshing sftr the beat ex perlenced on the grounds. It took us about forty minutes to reach the city. California has an exhibit in ber own stale building. BncU tall train I Tbe wheat and oats weie at least seven fee high, and I dare not Say bow high tbe com was. A bone ana rider oi more tuaa natural size was rasde entirely of prunes a large globe, of oranges. The Viralnla state building Is a repro duction of Mount Vernon. As one enters the ball, on the left is the ett psrlor and family dining room. Tbe parlor is a queer old room with plaio linen curtains trimmed with laceome old stiff backed upholstered chairs, and some old portraits. On tbe right of the ball is Nellie Cusils' music room and the reception ball. The music room contain! several extremely old pi anos, and poor ones, too, compered with modern makes, though I suppose they were the very finest In their day. On tbe second floor we entered only one room Nellie Custls' bedroom. Tbe bedstead is a great four poster, the ports reaching from floor to celling, and it draped with some old fabric. By tbe side of tbe bed stand tbe stepa up wbich on must climb to reach the Huffy feather bed when ready to retire.' Tbe chest of drawers is blgb and nearly 200 years old. Our next place of observation was In Washington slate huildlug. Their exhibit Is very fine, particularly the schooj exhib it. Indeed, tbe western slates have, tin a tulo, finer exhibits than tbe eastern states. 1V rowdier ABSOLUTELY PURE It is said thai the ruilroad companies bave put a great deal of money Into western ex hibits in order to Increase emlnration and so dispose of their land. We next visited the manufacturers' and liberal arts building. This building is not only the largest nn the ground but tbe largest in the world. It covers thirtyfour acres and contains f.irtyfour acres of floor ing, Including tbe galleries. The French display is Sue. Such beau tiful silks, satins and velvets, it seems as if tbere were no end to their display ot fine fabrics. One fur cloak was valued? at 1 17.000 and so on down. In the Japanese exhibit there were three vases, perhaps three and one-half or four feet bluh that were valued at f-0,000. An other pair in the Austrian exhibit, $25,000, A very fine bird's eye view of tbe grounds may he obtained by walking around the promenade on the manufactu rers' building, a distance of one-half mile at a height of 240 leet The LI obey glass work are in tbe Mid, way Plaisance, and for IU cents one may See glass making and blowing Id progress, and, amending tbe stairs, see them cutting and engraving glass, and also spinning and weaving the glass for tbe princess Eulalie's glass dress. Tbe glass fibers sre finer than silk, and almost as pliable. The woven glass is very beautilul, indeed. E- . Nearly all women bave good bair. though "many sre grey, and few are bald, flail's Hair Renewer restores tbe natural color, and thicken the growth of the balr. PITTSFIELD. July 10. Rollie Rawsoo and two sisters, May and Maude, of Ely ria, are visiting at Frank Root's. Died, July 9, of quick consumption, Mrs. Lew Ward, aged 20 years. Miss Agneas Whitney bss returned from the world's fair. Mrs. Cora Glynn went to Lakeside lust Saturday, Mrs. R. Cnuipliell ami Rma Pitta are able to ride out. Filty tersiius ale at the well fllied tables under the shade trees in R. Merriam's yard on tbe fourth. Several Pittsfleld people attended quar terly meeting In Klpton, Saturday and 8undoy. Torsv. 1 Ayers's Pills promptly remove tbe causes or sick and cervous neauacnes, These pills speedily correct irregularities of tbe somach, llyer, bowels, and are tbe mildest and.tbe most reliable cathartic in use. No one should be without them. OBEBLIN. Tbe high school building at North Am herst was totally dislroyed by Are about midnight on tbe night after tbe fourth. In surance f 4,500 on building and $500 on contents. Supposed to le tbe work of an incendiary. The Chicago Tribune of July 2 contains sketches of bright young men, mostly val edictorians of the leading colleges, with their portraits. Oberlln bas no valedic torian, but a complimentary sketch and portrait of Frederic B. Brldgman la given. Two young men, named Ralph and Car- oil Elliot, stopped at the Park House last nlgbt on their way. from Bt. Paul Minn., to Erie, Pa on their wheels. They have been on tbe road twelve and one half days and averaged seventy miles a day. They are from fourteen to sixteen yeara oi' age. News. "Be sore yon get Ayer's" Is an important caution to all ir search of a throughly re liable blood purifier, Avers Daraapamia being the one on which tbere can be no manner of doubt. It has stood tbe test of nearly half a century, and has long been considered tbe standard. Llta InanraBM. Insure your life and property with R N. Goodwin, the old and established agen- cv. Rates as low aa experience will al low. Genuine indemnity In case of loss. 47f The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.' No Ammonia; No Alum; Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Stand?- WASHINGTON LETTER Washington, July 7. What will the republicans do In the coming congress? That question has been aaked so often since Pres. Cleveland Issued his unex pected proclamation convening congress in extra session on August 7, but your correspondent has endeavored to answer it by obtaining the views of the republican congressmen who have been In Washing ton during this week. Not many of them have been here, but tbe unanimity of opinion among those seen makes it fair to assume that they voiced the sentiments of at least three-fourth of tbe republicans in the senate and house, and their opinions may be summed up about tbusly: Tbe democrats have a majority in both house and senate, tbere exists no reason for tbe promulgation of a republican program. That is the business of the msjority. When that program is presented tbe republicans with few exceptions may be counted upon to lay aside all desire to ob tain mere partisan advantages and to stand up for as much of it as may be for tbe benefit of tbe country. In short,, if Pres. Cleveland's program be a pat riotic one it will be supported by the re publicans, who have Ir eyery public crisis since tbe party was represented in con gress proyen themselyes to be patriots first and partisans afterward. Nobody need worry about tbe position of tbe re publicans la congress; they will be Tound voting tor the right every time. A little incident took place Wednesday of Ibis week In tbe temporary office ot the record and pension division of the war department, which passed through tbe Ford's theater horror, that adds another proof to tbe many already existing that a a black skin may cover a hern's heart'' It was tbe presentation of a handsome gold watch to the negro. Basil Lockwood, who at the risk of his own lite was In strumental In rescuing 75 cl-iks trout the upper floor ot the wrecked hulldinu. One of tbe rescued clerks made the presenta tion speech, and his cloting words tell the story; "With the fearful crash ot falling floors still sounding in our ears, and the moans of our dying comrades coming up to us from the awful wreck, with tbe floor under our feet and the walls around os still trembling from the shock, you reached to us tbe ladder which then seemed the spsn between time and eter nity." Tbe inscription on tbe watch reads; Presented to Basil Lockwood by the clerks of the record and pension di vision of tbe wsr department In recogni ot bis heroic conduct in the Ford's the ater disaster June 8, 1803." Japaaeae Ilalldars. The Japanese holidays are tbe New Year, the celebration of which last for three days; God Fox'a day on the 2d of the second month; the Feast of Dolls, for little girls, on the Jd of tb third month; the Feaat of Flags, for little boys, on the 5th of thJlfth month; the Ablution mass In tlrraixtb' month; the Tanabsta on the 7th of th seventh month; the day of tbe chrys anthemum iflowera and the festival of Inoko late in the falL Bed boiled beans and rice la the delicacy eaten on the 3d of February, rice cakes wrapped in oak leaves are for the 5th of May. Sake ia drank on all occasions, bnt with a spray of peach blossoms in the bottle on the tdof March, and a bunch of chrysanthemum blossoms on Chrys anthemum day MowraUf Celare la Baesla. Black la tbe almost universal mourn lnf color in Europe, bnt there are av fsw exceptions. For instanoe, ia Bas al black is never used for covering offina, the eloth being' of a pink shade when the deceased la a child or young person, a crimson color for women and brown for widows. Italians do not ose black oloth, white being used ia the ease of a child and purple velvet la the ease of a dolts. Bakin Powder: f!