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t ..;n'!. : . Ml' CIEVElano o VOL. XXVII. WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. NO. 39 This JEDmtorprisb. WM TER Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report i ! '. ! Before you invest a cent in clothing - kind call in and see the extra values we are in men's, boys' and children's suits and overcoats. We have the latest styles in misses' and children's caps. Our line of stiff and soft hats is the finest we have ever shown. We carry me largest &oes and these are the two reasons wny you can get more value for your money than at any other clothing store in Wellington. f 1. We buy all our goods for spot cash. 2. In buying for our two stores we are able to take advantage of the extra inducements offered by big wholesalers and manufac turers to large buyers. These advantages are yours. hapman LEADING TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR. Jjn .fleet Aug. 20, W3. Standard time. oomo wmt. I ooiiia tin N. :40p.m NdTK.... 6:52l.m 27 4:2ft 8:20 " T 12:10 " " 2S 10 :0ft am " 3 H:20 " " 81 loo ft 11:30 " 1 12 .77:inp.m. 1 24 4:M " 2 8:111 80 loo ft 1:22 " Not. 2. 20, 80. 27. 8, 81, dully except Bundav. Noi.8,12,21, t, 7, dalf. No. , Sunday only. W. & L. E. lDffctept.3.JKa1Btaudard time. ooixo EAST. OOIHO M UST. So .5 10.M.m5o . 10:27 .m No.T 4.3Ap.mNo. 2 .... ...8.42" No. 7:1ft p.m No.fl 2.62 p.m B. & O. Time Card. ooixu iaht. No. 6 No 14 No 10 Notot p. m- p. m- a. m- Chicago Lv 4 16 8 40 7 au 7 40 a. m- p.m. Voftoiia 11 IW 2 25 2 2'. " a.m. a.m. Chicago Jt 1 lo IW 8 80 7 00 Oreeowtch 1 2 41 8 60 8 03 Noa 1 4H 4 40 4 W 9 Oft Sullivan 1 M 4 47 4 17 27 Homer., 2 OA 4 67 4 2rt 9M Ldl 2 17 tlH 4 3-1 11 10 Cre.ton 2 30 8 21 4 4X 11 40 Sterling 2 31 6 2ft 4 M 11 60 Akroa 8 25 ti 6 50 Cleveland 8 00 T 10 Pittsburg 8 2 1160 10 30 Sbelbr 4 21 llmflld 4 44 Columbu. 826 No.16 No.69 p.m. p m. 10 20 4 80 W 360 9 88 2 30 3U 110 21 140 p. m. 00 12 30 8 M 11 40 8 60 11 740 11 30 a. m. 7 40 a. m D- m Chicago Junction.. flreeowloh Nova Sullivan lloraer todl Cre.ton Sterling Akron 8 46 8 26 3 07 8 00 2 00 140 1 13 104 I 61 141 12 63 12 40 12 m 2 30 3 2 X 80 11 40 p. m Columbus Chicago Ar . Ar oo 11 iw 116 D. m 8 " Notice. Hare medicines fail ed to enrejon? ' - READ what the cit izens of Wellington and ylclnity have to ay i We. the underslgn- d, having used Dow's New Imperial Pat- cot Electric unit, are pieasa iu iuuuiw u -n it i. claimed tii ha for the cure of chronic and nervous disease. Sufferers need not hesitate, but try this belt ana ue cured. (References In and about Welling- i ton, 'J., AJS. aisrcy, lien uunn, u. nusieu. OFFICE IK MAt.rX)ltT DLOTK. A FAIR TRIAtifUoddVSaii. aaparllU guarantees' a complete Ills an hbnest medicine, honest- Jv advertised and it honestly CURE8 When in need of an umbrella, a rubber coat, mackintosh coat, a trunk, a valise, your winter underwear, a pair of Sweet, Orr & Co's over alls or anything in our line call and see us CLOTHIERS OP LORAIN COUNTY. G-E0. T. BIGGS & CO., EXj-STZEei-A., OHIO. "Wish to call attention DRESS GOODS. "We have just received a large and handsome assort ment of the Newest Styles, And Latest Designs of both the Foreign and Domestic markets. These embrace both plain and fancy weaves with an elegant line of I BLACKS. We find that we are in need of more room to properly dis play these goods, so, in order to secure this, have laid out for .. Immediate Sale the following goods at prices which speak for themselves: fi H pieces, former price 25c. and 85c. per yard, now 19o. 53 M " 50o. andGOo. " " " 39o. 122 " ' " 75c, l& $1.25 "50c. These goods are all desirable and it will pay you to look them over. Have just received a nice line of Fur Rugs, Art Squares and Carpets, which we are very wil ling to show. 1 fj8'1. - v (. . . i . . Broad and Mill MelteM of any giving H Hfe Ja Hh to their new line of Sts., Elyria, O.' ' ' NEWS FROM ABOUT US. .1 . i, . - i i ' ' , a, ' - J " NOTES FliOM THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE f ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and ' Special Events In Their Im ' mediate Vicinity. 1 'hew londow. 8Krt. W. Ur. Wm. M. Hutchinson died lut week at St. Msrcj's hospital, Chlcsgo, after an Illness ot a few days. The re mains were brought to Savannah (or burl al. Dr. Hutcblwon spent some time in New. London studying dentistry with Dr. 0. T. King, and was a yonng man highly respected by all who knew him. lie had established himself In Cleveland in bis chosen profession and life was opening up before him with bright prospects. The news of his sudden death cast a shade of gloom over his young associates. Dr. King and family attended the luneral at Savannah.'' Dr. M. C. Kimball's tnmily are packing their household effects, preparatory to moving to Converse, Ind., where the doc tor has located. At the world's fair, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Post, Will Bellville, Wilbur Minns, Rich ard Qettlei C. E. Ward, Frank Hubbard, T. F. Mackey, Jay Mackey, A. S. Lilly, M. B. Pollock, 8. K. Rawsoo, Jay YanVec ten, Will Masternmn, Harry McClellan( Oric Hemenwuy, Eugeue Elder, Bert Bar rett, Mr. Marlow, Earl Oolding, Bert Leet Qeorge Jenney, Mrs. It. C. Powers, and perchance others of whom your scribe has not heard. Miss Nellie Vsn Horn Is visiting friends In Shelby, 0. Mrs. Dr. Gutelines, of WlfQnburg, Pa., is visiting with the fumlly of her brother-in-law, B.Gettle. Miss Msrv Kepler returned to Delaware, 0, September 20, where she will continue her studies. A daughter of Mrs. A. B. Chase, ot Kan sas City, Mo., is visiting with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.Williams. The M. E. Aid society met Friday af ternoon with Mrs, C. E. Meyers. Revs Dr. Kepler and N. J. Close attend the Methodist conference at Wooster this week, ..-,. " Uv. rf. J.'01oeeT)Teitcheakrme COB--gregatiooal church last Sunday. Union services Sunday evening at the Baptist church. The union services have now closed for this season. Miss Bertha Evans and Miss Mattle Curtlss have returned to Oberlln. Nina. Avar's Barsanarllla does whst no other blood medicine in existence can do. It searches out all the Impurities In the sys tem and expels tbem harmlessly through the proper channels. This Is why Aver s Sarsaparilla is so preeminently effective as a remedy for rheumatism. BRIGHTON. Sei-t. 25. A smile is again on the farm ers' laces on account of the recent showers. Ed Howe's happy face Is seen in our midst once more, but he will soon leave us, lor he has rented a shop in Wakcman and is going Into busines for himself. Ed Is a good blacksmith and be has our prayers for bis success. Mr. and Mrs. Belie Bnrber, who have been visiting for a lew days with Mrs. Hun-let Dunbar, started for their home In Nebraska Wednesday. They go via Jack. son, Mich., and Chicago, stopping for a short time at bolh places. Mrs. J. C. Whipple and Mrs. Ella Har dy returned from the world's fair Wednes day. They report a pleasant trip. Mr. snd Mrs. Bracy, who bare been spending s few days with their lister, Mrs B. Squires, returned to Ibeir borne the fote part of last week. George Clark Is reported on the sick list Mrs. Russell, of Henrietta, is visiting for s few dsys with ber niece, Mrs. A. N Gill. J. Everson started for Ibe world's Isir Thursdsv with a fine lot of premium hois. Mr. Everson bas bet-n very successful In exhibiting his breed of hogs. The Brighton Sunday-school union, which was held In Rochester Sunday afternoon, was s success In every feature snd greatly enjoyed bv all present. The different subjects were well presented by the different leaders snd intelligently re sponded toby those present. The next convention will be held in Clsrksfleld. Rev. Msyer started for conference this morning, wlch will convene st Woosier.O. C. Stocking returned home Friday alter s stsy of a couple of weeks with Irlends In Illinois. He took In the world's fslr while sbsent. He pronounces It a won. derful affair. Mrs. T. 8. Bmith and children, of Cuya hoga Falls, are spending some time with friends In town. She Is st present the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cbas. Gill. ' ' , Rovsa. As s general role, it Is best not to correct costiveness by the use of saline or drastic medicines. When purgative Is needed the most prom nt. effective snd beneficial, Is Ayr's Pills., Their tendency Is tore. (fire, ana not weaken, the norpisi action ot lb bowels. . II IT ABSOLUTES PURE PITTSFIELD. Skit. 25. Mrs. Khioeherger, of Fitch- wills, Is vultlng her sister, Mrs. E. Camp bell. Mrs. Meese, of Wllmot, ylsited ber friend, Mrs. John Hobbs, lsst week. Mrs. F. Wbilney.v of Cleveland, called on Mrs. A. Mills one day last week. Mrs. T. F. Peck and daughters, of South Dakota, are visiting her sister, Mrs. N. Whitney. Fred Kruer, Leland Avery, Elwln Whllcomb and Lewis Gibbons are at the world's fair. One hundred were In attendance at the dime social held at the residence of R. Gibbons. A. York, of Marquette, Mich, Is In town on business. Mr. and Mrs. White, of Klpton, attend ed services here Sunday. Rev. A C. Corfman delivered his tare- well sermon here Sunday before going to conference. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rowel are visiting relatives In Michigan. Mrs. Rawson, of Toledo, Is spending a few doys with ber daughter, Mrs. Frank Root. Miss Eliza Watkins Is attending busi ness college at Oberlln. Mr. snd Mrs. E. W. Pitts are taking in the sights at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Bert VanArsdale, of Well ington, spent a few days last week with Mrs. E. A Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Averv, Mr. and Mrs. R. Gibbons, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. 8. A. Guoy snd Wm. Preston, are Invited to spend Tuesday of this week with Mrs. John Jor dan, ol Brighton. Topst. HUNTINGTON. Sept. 25 Rev. A. E. Winter preached his rasfsorm6nlLTs ConTeTefice'yearlast Sunday. He and his wite leave Tuesday morning for conference. They are very much liked here and will receive a cor dial welcome if they are returned to this church alter conference. Married, st the residence of the bride's sister, in Havana, Huron county, 0., by Rev. J. Ransom Hall, Mason D. Smith, of Williamsburg, Ky., and Miss Grace Bar ber, of Centerton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richmond and Mrs. Carl Rogers leave for a visit in St. Louis Ibis week. J. B. ltobioson and Brewster Roice spend this week in Chicago. W. Hull and wife spent Sunday with funds here. There will be no meeting at the M. E. church next Sunday. The Woman's Missionary societies meet next week Wednesday at 1 o'clock p. m., In the church parlor. ROCHESTER. Skit. 25. Justice Tinker, of Cleveland, visited his mother, Mrs. E. D. Tinker, of this place, last week. Mrs. Annie Ketch urn left for the world's fair last Saturday. George Mason and wife, of Cleveland, are visiting Mrs. F. M. Dagnan and other relatives In this place. John Chamberlain arrived home from the world's fslr Friday, Dr. Roberts snd wife left tor tbe world's fair Saturday. Mrs. Edwards, of Cleveland, visited ber sister, Mrs. Lottie Pond, of this place, last week. Wsde Chamberlain left for Cleveland last week to resume his studies In tbst city. He Is attending tbe medical college. Mark Humphrey, ot Cleveland, visited bis mother, Mrs. C. Humphrey, oi this place, last week. The Union Sunday-school convention held at this place last Sunday was a suc cess, it being very Instructive and benefi cial to all. It was decided to hold the next convention at Clsrksfleld. SULLIVAN. San. 24. Rice Bowker, a former resi dent of this place, who bas been absent for the last forty yesrs, hits returned to visit bis friends and aoaunlntancea. , I ue oniy rure Cream oi Tartar Fowder. No Ammonin; Np Alum. . . Used in -Millions -Oi'Hcmies40 Years the Standar- Poxvder Threshing is about completed snd fsrm ers are busy cutting the crop of corn. Fred Dudley, who has been visiting here for the past two months, left for Chi cago last week, intending to spend a week or two at the fair and then return to his home In South Dakota, where he takes charge of bis former school. Sullivan Is now provided with two bar. ber shops, one over McAdoo's store in charge of Jce Wells, the other by Alfred Jaenson In tbe old postofSce building. Tbe much-welcome rain has come at last and is appreciated bp all. Some twenty or twentyflre more seats are needed in the high school building to accommodate the increased number of scholars. Mr. and Mrs. Whitcomb, who have been visiting friends here, returned to Washing ton, D. C, last week. The carpenters will soon commence work on the frame of the Disciple church. The loundatloo. which is of gray sand stone, has been completed. People have been troubled to get water fer their stock. Mr. Vandell, a brother of Martin Van dell, Is visiting here. Martin Vandell is still at the fair. Dr. Gregg is having stone hauled for the foundation of bis new house. Miss Ella Freeman, of Chicago, is a guest of H. Ballow. Joseph Haunse, of Cleveland, is calling on bis many triends here. Carl Ballou Sundayed in Litchfield. LITCHFIELD. Stir. 25. Mrs. 8. J. Benton, of Massa chusetts, a cousin of Mrs. Wright snd Mrs. Thomas, is visiting them. Miss Miller, oi Chatham, spent Sunday with Sadie Enos. --Tbe Udlea- flf the Baptist cburch will hold a warm candy social at the parson age on Thursday evening ot this week. All sre cordially Invited to attend. Coma and see tbe candy made. Rote Rising bas returned from Cleve land. The dance was well attended and all re port a lovely time. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stranaban visited their daughter, Mrs. Reuben Hyde, of Fremont, over Sunday. Willis Leach has returned from the fair. Isie Johnson and Nellie Radie will at tend school in Westfleld this winter. Mrs. J: F. Hurlbut, of Oberhn, is visit ing Mrs. F. C. Peck. Franc Simmons spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Witbeck, of Pendeld, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mills. Louis Mills is improving. Go to Aaron Stranahan's for your mail. Friends from Lorain and Medina visited at A. L. Kurd's last week. Surprises on Rose Rising and Art Uurd last week. A good time reported. Nettle Scars has returned from her visit in Wood county. Willis Leach and Bye Caufleld will at tend Delaware college this wiuter. Mary Canflcld began her term of school In Belden Monday. Mab. PENFIELD. Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Starr, of McComb, O., sre visiting at H. E. Starr's. Mr. and Miss Kelser, oi Burbank, spent Sunday with Rev. Poole. Misses Carrie Taylor and Millie 8tarr are attending school at Oberlln. John Schroeder, of Cleveland, spent last week at Walter Smith's. Rev. F. W. Poole and wife started for conference at Wooster Monday. The Epwortb league will give a social st tbe residence of W. J. Krebs next Fri day eyenlng. Everybody is Invited. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Taylor snd Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Penfleld started for Chicago Monday morning. ... Robert Lowe, F. Bachellor, Homer Sooy, D. J, Goodyear, J. H. Damon and ladies start for tbe world's fair next week. R.B. Krebs snd wife, of Ellsworth, Kan., are visiting st W. J. Krebs'. Bakin Jj. C E S Powder: v if C. h- a--.