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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2, 1893.
High Grade Footwear at Serage's. - Is always in demand. Onr very low prices on strictly first-class goods make these de partments with us very attractive. If you are out to buy Low Shoes, High Shoes, Wide Shoes, Slim Shoes. Long Shoes, Short Shoes, Tan Shoes or Black Shoes, Make a visit to our store. We will be pleased to phow you through our stock and will make prices so temptingly low that you'll desire to purchase from us. We, also, have a Specially attractive cheap table of Men's Shoes, Women Shoes, o q j. Misses Shoes and Children's Shoes; your choice for lit U to. Serage the Shoe Rflan and Expert Fitter. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Read the notes on the world's fair, New London fair August 23, 28 and 24. It ts In order to make an assignment now. Not a very large attendance la reported at Lakeside this season. The Chinaman, proprietor of the laun dry, has donned citizen's dress. The next meeting of the council will be held Monday evening, August 7. The engines on the local freight trains do the switching at the Big Four yard now. The ladles of the Congregational church . will serve Ice cream In the park this even. Ing. The first wagon load of peaches from the lake districts arrived in town Monday morning. Farmers report the largest yield of wheat to the acre that there has been in many years. The white clover appearing this season has produced material for the honey bee to work upon. " Get your hats ready to receive the gold dollars on and after Monday, as Congress will be In session. One hundred and sixty-four persons took the special over the Big four to Cleve land, Friday morning. W, H. SutlitI was the first man to briug new wheat into this market. It takes the old-timers to "gitthar." Bteam la up In all of the factories In this place during the week, which indicates that the wheels of commerce still move, Prices In new wheat is quoted at 55c hut the tendencies are downward, and probably will reach 50c before Saturday, Listen 1 the town clock is striking now Add thirty minntes to the hour announced and the correct time of day can be ascer tained. Thanks to Geo. H. Lewis, secretary of the Lorain county fair, for a compliment ary. The fair will be held Spt 26, 27, 28 and 29. Arthur Roser gave a musical entertain ment to invited guests at the residence of M. I. Rowe on Taylor street, Wednesday evening. The Woman's Foreign Missionary soci ety will meet in the Sundoy school reom of the Congregational church on Friday August 4, at 3:30 o'clock, standard time. John McGraw, conductor of a freight train on the Big Four, was hauled up be tore Mayor Couch for permitting his train to stand on North Main street crossing ' more than five minntes. Change in time on the Big Four J uly 30, See corrected time table on first page. By the change this place Is accommodated to little better train service than before. Passengers can now leave for Cleveland at 13:23 p.m. and arrive from Cleveland at 12 o'clock noon. An exchange says: "Take a newspaper and wrap around a piece of Ice and It will keep Intact for a number of hours longer than any other way." It has generally been supposed that newspapers bad a ten. dency to fire up things, especially when something has been said about some mem ber of the family or friend. The following is list of monuments and headstones elected and In course of erection by J. f. Thomas in south ceme tery, Wellington, O., since May 15, 1893 E. D. Roser, J. 8. Case, Dorothy Gillett, Ann Derrick, Alfred Sutllff, Minnie Rutz, D. Williams, A. D. Perkins, 8. H. Dewey, Ulram Ailyn, Martha Bailey. Burglars entered the dwelling honse of F. D. Warren Wednesday morning last and secured some old coins and a watch, Mr. Warren was nut on his farm, and bis wife and daughter were up town. Sua day evening they entered the house of E, W. Clifford while the family were at the tarn but secured nothing of value. The Wellington Fair. The thirty-eighth annual fair will be held in the grounds Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, Sept 13, 14 and 15. Among the noyel attractions adver tised Is bicycle race (or the ladles, Frl day afternoon, Sept. 15. The first prise will he $5. Secretary Ilitrris Is busy getting matteis Ifthape for the exhibition, therefore ex pects t have better attractions than there has been for many years. Rev. II. II. Fairall, D. D, editor of the Iowa Methodist, says edltorally. "We have . tested the merits of Ely's Cream Balm. . and believe t hit, by a thorough coarse of treatment. It will cure almost every esse of catarrh. Ministers, as a class are sfflicted with head and throat troubles, and catarr seems more prevalent than ever. We cannot recommend Ely's Cream Balm to highly." I used Ely's Cream Balm for dry ca tarrh. 11 proved n cure. B. F. Weeks, Dnrer. few PERSONAL MENTION. Rev. W. E. Barton was In town a hours Saturday. Rev. Mr. Rogers and wite are stopping at W. R. Wean's. Mr. and Mrs. Cahoon, of Elyrla, spent Sunday with G. L. Couch. Mrs. Robert Gunn and son, ol Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting Maggie Whitney. Albert Pierce spent Sunday at Lakeside. William Crabtree left for Chicago last week. Mrs. H. McDermott has gone to Atlanta, Georgia. Misses Louise Rust and Irma Smith spent Sunday in Medina. Miss Ora Foote spent last week in Spen cer visiting friends. Ralph Johnson has gone to Pennsylva nia to engage in photograph work. W. M. Comstock, of Niles, Mich., spent Sunday with his father, I. L. Comstock. Mrs. Amelia B. Sears, of Roll a, Mo., Is Visiting her brother, G. W. Roise. G. W. Roise was called to Lyons, O , last week to see bis sister, who is very sick. N. Uuckms, of Oberlln, was in town Tuesday. T. G. Yale attended the fair last week. Mrs. A. E. Warren, ot Cleveland, spent Sundsy In town. Mrs. W. S. Metcalf.nf Kansas, Is visiting iriends in town. Mr. and Mrs. S. Windetker and son are attending the lair. . Benedict and daughter, Kate, and E. L Benedict, wile and daughter Marian, started for Mackinac Island Friday even, ing. E. W. Houghton, who resides west of town, Is having a family reunion. Chas. M. D. Houghton, his gaandson, came July His daughters. Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Buell came about two weeks ago, Prof. Randolph, after spending a week here, la taking a ten days' trip to Niagara and through Canada down the St. Law, rence to Montreal and Quebec. Prof. Bu ell Is expected here August 2 to remain until September 1. A. C. Houghton will probably be here by August 5. Mrs. Rufus Skenk, nee Fisher, of Pitts burg, Pa., and Millie Halter, of Elyrla- are visiting Miss Lillian Vischer, W. W. Harvey was called to Pennsyl vania to attend the funeral of his mother, Miss Anna Cushion left for Wadena, Minn., Wednesday morning to be absent several weeks. Resolutions. In view of the loss we have sustained by the death of our brother and friend George R. Brooker, and of the still greater loss to hia bereaved widow, hii family and friends, be it Resolved, By Wellington Lodge No, 127, F. and A. M., that it is but a Just tribute to his memory to say that we sin cerely regret his removal Ircfln our ancient order and from among us, and we mourn him as one who is wonhy ot our respect and esteem. Resolved, That we sympathize with his family in their deep affliction in the re moval of a lovins father and a kind and cherished brother and friend, and we com mend them for consolation to Him whose dispensations are only given In mercy and wisdom. Resolved, That the altar and Jewels of our lodge be draped in mourning for the period ol thirty days. Resolved, That the above resolution be spread upon the records of the lodge and copy be sent to the Enterprise for publica tion, and copies sent to . the bereaved widow and daughter, " T. Do LAIC D, J.B. Smith, W.D.Hall, Committee. REUNION, Pleasant Gathering- of Ex-members of Battery B, 1st O. I. A. In pursuance of orders received July 21, to be executed July 27, nine of the sur vivors of Battery B and their wives left their places of residence and assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hayes, ofPenfield. Reminiscences of camp, march and bat tlefield occupied the time until 1 :30 p.m., when the charge was sounded. All fell into line with that alacrity and confidence which is born of an unbroken record ot victory in such charges and pro ceeded to the dining room. After blessing by the venerable lather of Mr. Hayes, the attack opened on the right and was speedily taken up until the whole line was actively engaged. Onslaught after onslaught was made on course after course and ' the battle went merrily on until one after another sec- cumhed, acknowledging their inability to partake of all the good things spread be fore tbem, where all sustained their repu tation so nobly, It seems invidious to make special mention, but this report would not be complete it special notice were not taken or ex-uounty re corder John Blancbard and the redoubt able Dan White, ot New London, who after a continued onslaught of an hour and .forty-five minutes, too, (In bat' tery parlance) "threw up the sponge," After reviving draught from the "old canteen," that was carried by Comrade Hayes through the war, all retired to the pleasant parlors, where a solo was sung by the ex-recorder, and an original poem by Dan White was read. For the remain' der of the day time was turned back in its flight and we were boys and girls again of 01-'C5. The old war songs were sung and old times and events recalled. The day was one of unalloyed pleasure to all and will be remembered as one of the brightest of the past. Lorain Connty Teachers. The Lorain County Teachers' associa tion will hold Its annual session in the old high school room, Elyrla, August 14 to 18. Prof. W. B. Chamberlain, cf Oberlln, will give Instruction in reading and elocution; Supt. E. B. Cox. of Zenia. In arithmetic, U. 8. history and geography; Supt. H. M. Ehert, of Grafton, in grammar, physiol ogy and civil goverment Your commit tee has succeeded in obtaining the ser vices of first class men, and expect one of the most profitable weeks in the history of the association. Don't fail to be present. Cham. M. Williams, Pres. Miss Josie Billi.nos, bec'y. Republican Cauctw. The republlcsas of precinct No. 1, and precinct No. 2, of Wellington township will meet at the usual place on Saturday, Aug. B, at 7 :30 p.m., sun time, for the purpose of choosing five delegates to the senatorial convention to be held at Ash' lsnd, 0., Aug. 10, D3, at 11 a. m. H. B. Strvick, Com. prec. No. 1. F. D. Wabbkn, Com. prec. No. 2. How'sTlile! We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewsrd for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curel F.JJ. Cheney & cjo., Toledo, u. We the undersigned, have known F. Cheney for the last fifteen Years, and be lleve him to be perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wxst ft TntTAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Vf aldiho, Kinkai ft Mas VIK. Wholesale Drugalsts. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting dlreetly upon the blood and muc ous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Unclaimed Letter. Willie Burnett, Miss Mamie Carpenter, Franz Foalger, Mies Mina Inman. E. E. Uustbd, P. M. OBITUARY, George R. Brooker was born at Wol- cottville, Conn., April 1, 1828, and died in Wellington, O., 8unday morning July 23, 1893. He wus the eldest of the six chil dren of Russell and Janette McKenzle Brooker, who removed to Litchfield, Me dina county, 0.. in 1833. In his twenty first year be married Miss Mary Wolcott whose family had also emigrated from his native town in New England, and the young couple made their home on the farm one-half mile west of Litchfield vll lage, where they lived thirty-seven years or until their occupancy seven years ago of the home In Wellington. Their only child, Julia, wife of Key. A. W. Hayes, of Buffalo, was, with her mother, a constant 'attendant the last ten weeks and her hus band was also at bis bedside in the last hours. The deceased was one of the most prompt, energetic aud, until a few months ago, one of the most vigorous of men. In. dustrlous, thorough, a man of good judg ment and habits, be was successful in bust ness. Ardent in bis affections, positive in bis convictions, outspoken and definite in his statements, quick to act, sympathetic, generous, his was a clearly defined and marked character. Public-spirited and liberal, he was a hearty supporter ot the church, giving not only of his means but unsparingly of his time and energies. A keen lover of music, a good singer, he led the cbolr ol the Congregational church in Litchfield lor twenty-five years. The child of Chrtstian parents he was early the subject of religious impressions, but made no public profession nntll he united with the Congregational church on coming to Wellington. From that time he regularly conducted family worship and took part in the devotions of the weekly prayer meeiing, which his pastor regarded as the best index to the spiritual life. ' J During bis illness of many months he ripened In Joyous Christian experience, his thoughts and conversation cheerluliy anticipating the great change, only re grettlng that his life bad not been earlier and more fully devoted to Ood. A tender husband and father, he was constantly mindful ot bis family, leaving nothin undone thai loving forethought could do in their behalf. . , Hev. S. D. Gammel, of Talinadg", at bis tuneral used as the basis ol bis remark that verse from the resurrection coupler: "But thanks be to God which eiyt-th uv the victory through our Lord .f-'t. ChrlM." The singing, which was of a high orl-r, was rendered by a quartet led by 1'rolemor Barnes. The voices assisting were Mrs, Morton, Miss Irma Smith and Mr. Wad- sworth. The burial, which was private, was in the south cemetei v Wellinuton. Don't Exchange Your Money For Dry Goods or notions until you have seen the prices we are making on all wash goods. Linens, Towels, Hosiery, Underwear, Flannel, Negligee and Dress Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Ties, Corsets, Corset Covers, . Shirtwaists, Fans, . Belts, Traveling companions, Hand Bags, Umbrellas, Collar & Cuff Cases, Traveling Cups, Brushes & Combs. Soap, Sponges, Etc., Etc. Baptist. The ladies ol the Baptist aid society will serve ice cream in the park Saturday evening, Aug. 5. MEDINA. The fifth annual farmers' harvest picnic will be held at Chippewa lake, Saturday, August S. Extensive preparations are be ing made for the occasion and all farmers in the county should be present on that day. Gen. S. 11. Hurst of C'liillicothe will be present and deliver an Address. J. S. Himonton has been appointed poet- master at West Richfield in place of D. L. Sykes, removed. The Medina library will be closed the lost three days of each week during the month of August. The twenty-third annual reunion of the Damon family will be hvld at the home ol E. N. Damon, In Hinckley, on Thursday, August 24. Dr. Tanner, the celebrated (aster, who was formally a resident of Medina county, Is now doing the world's fair, How be will smile at tbn restaurant keep ers In the Midway Plaisance. Never Judge by appearances, contem porary exclaims. A shabby old coat may contain a newspaper publisher whlU the man wearing a high toned plug hat and supporting a dude cane may be a delin. quent subscriber. Gazette. Is jroor Tonga coated, your throat dry, your eyes dull and in named, ana do you leel mn generally when you get up In the morning t Your liver aad kidneys are not doing their duty. Why dont yon take Parks' Sura Curat If It does not make you feel better It costs you nothing. It cures Brijsht's disease, diabetes and all kidney complaints. Only guaranieeo. cure. (ibu Pure and Wholesome Quality Commends to publlo approval the Call for nla liquid laxative remedy, Svrnp of Figs. It Is plesaant to the taste, and bv acting gently on tba kidneys, liver and bowels to cleanse tba system effectually, H promotes the health and comfort of all who use it, and with millions it Is the beat and only remedy, Cuticura Soap 15 c. Cashmere Bouquet 19 c. Buttermilk 10 c. Pears' 10 c. C. O 1'. (J i) c. J. S. RHALLORY & CO What's the ua of Tut k lug about colds and coughs in the summer time? You may have a tickling cough or a little cold, or baby may have the croup, and wben It comes you ought to know that Folks' Cough Syrup Is the best cure for 1U (13tt W. & L. K. The W. ALE. It'v will run an excur sion to Lakeside, via Huron and boat, July 2U. Fare fl.ttt. which includes transpor tation and admission to grounds for two (lavs. A spec a train will leave Welling ton at 10:10 a. in. special programs will be airanged for these days. See bills. The Wheeling & Lake Erie railway of fer excuralon tickets at low rates as fol lows: Eaitle Lake. (Warsaw, lnd.,1 and Re turn: Brethren Church National Confer- lerence; tickets sold August 18 to 24, good returning uutil September ii. Indianapolis, I ml., and Return : Annu al Encampment G. A. It.; tickets sold Au gust 18 to 24, good returning until Septem ber 23. Oat the Heat The celebrated Quick Meal Gasoline Stove, for sale by J. W. Wilbur, Drugs, Paiuts, Oils, Varnishes, W. F. Near & Co, Successors to F. D. Felt. Soda Water, Orange Cider, , Mineral Waters. All Ulu st Co! All Must Co! The Markets. August 2, 1803. CHEESE. OhloStandard 8 Family Favorite 8 BUTTER. Dairy, per lb 15 Creamery ft 20 , FLOUR AMD FEED, Flonr,persack(49 lbs) .00 Corn meal, perowt 1.10 Chop, per cwt 1.29 Middlings, perewt hu Bran.percwt 75 OllMeal.perowt 1.00 GRAIN. Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled M Wheat .' 60 - Oats 82 UEBTERAL PRODUCE. 6hlckens,drased,perft Q 0 08 - ggs,perdoa .13 Wool 15 . 22 Tallow, par ft O.08 Hides, per ft 0.08 Potatoes (new) - 1 .80 Our line of summer footwear must be sold at once, in cluding Men's Russet Shoes Boys' M Ladies' " " and Oxfords Misses' and Children's Russet Shoes and Oxfords. Also our fine line of Ladies' Don- gola Oxfords must go. All the above troods will be taken from our shelves and sold at onco and the prices win uv Bausiauiurj iu uu, as the goods must go. You furnish the feet and we will do the rest. HARRIS & CRABTREE