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4t, . CIVlANO 0. HE ''bint' VOL. XXVII. WELLINGTON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1893. NO. 41 1. T ENTERPRISE. ) WANT er m mm NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB- RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent HnnnAtiinirti and r m- . Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report t assumes it of neteM Milton Before you invest a cent in clothing of any kind call in and see the extra values we are giving 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. BRIGHTON. OCT. 8.-WhlIe hlckorvnnttln Ainan mwiey. eldest win nf u.Hu. ley, fell from a tree, atriktoir upon fence. The bone: of ooe leg was fractured be tweed the knee and hln. Surslral aid m called, and the boy is doing as well ai wen as could be expected. A fine monument hai recently Ui erected In our cemetery In memory of our esieemea citizens, Father and Mother Stocking and children. It la a fine specl men Of art and adds vara mnMi In h loom or our already beautiful cemetery, While Ollle Jicklei wu out ennnlnir one night last week, he was accidentally snoi inrougo tlie palm of the left hand by the careleaa handling of a revolver in hi. possession. He Immediately threw the revolver away, deeming It a dangerous weapon. The wound waa attended hr Ttr HoIliday. Next time, Ollle, better lock tbe loor before the thief geta in. Twentythree took the train at Brluhtnn for the WOrld' fair Frlri.s mnrnln. J ...... ."S. Among the number were 0. F. Gees and son, Virgil and Vernie Beree O. Canan. Mr. and Mr. Stocking and others whose nsmes were not banded In. Tbe ladies' aid snrletv i.( tha r v. flUrl thfifift arft thft ftrn ronsnna tttVi xt 4. - CDurc"wmDeeDtertin1T'uraday after. w vv ivuuUUo tij juu Man KCt U1UXU VtUUtJ IOr noon, October 10, by Mrs.J. Jordon. All . . I lira Invllaut New life baa taken possession of tbe M B. parsonage br the arrival of seven! large loads of household goods ; and "still there'a more to follow." Miss Monettc Whipple started for the White City this morning. uisa uuriineaine. ol YV elliucton. was the gaest of Mrs. Manning Sundav. Our new pastor, Rev. Mayer, gave us a very Interesting discourse in tbe M, E. church Sunday upon the loyalty to each other as pastor aad people. It waa both interesting and Instructive and waa hearti ly received br tUoae present, Bro. Mayer om a warn ptftua id ma neaiia or the peo ple at this place. A very pleasing and instructive enter. talnment was given by the Epworth league Sunday evening. A larre and an. precialiye audience waa in attendance. Rover. T7 n a v a Baiting Powder ABSOLUTE! PURE We carry the largest & lies When in need of nn limhroll "-r vy Km Auuvvi vvlit mackintosh coat, a trunk, a valise, your winter underwear, a pair of Sweet, Orr & Co's over alls or anvthimr in our lina nail anil caa no sy ' a MM U UVV L4U your money than at any other clothing store in Wellington. 1. We buy all our eoods for snnt onsth In buying for our two stores we are able to take advantage of the extra inducements offered by big wholesalers and manufac- 4 a at. 1 tux era to xarge Duyers, 2. These advantages are yours. toapmafii Robinson LEADING CLOTHIERS OP LORAIN COUNTY. TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR. Ia effect Ami. 20. 1893, Btandard time. K..9 :40p.m " 27 h:V " " 7 12:10 " "25 10:(.ni " 8 8:3) ' " 81 loo ft 11:30 " AftllA i u . No. 8 6:W a. m " 23 8:M " 12 4:inp.ra "24 4:15 " " 2 8:10 " ',' 80 loo (t 1:22 " No. 2, 2rt. 80. 27, 3, 81, dally except Bundav. No.8,12.24, , 7, daly. No. ouuu.y 01117. W. & L. E. In effect Heit. 3. W3. Standard time. no .8 lO.KOa.m No A 10:27 a. m Wo .9 7:45 p.m No. 6 2.62 p. GEO. T. BIGGS &, CO., ELYBIA, 0. WE NOW GIVE FINAL NOTICE B. & O. Time Card. ooinu KiHT. No. 8 No 14: No 10 NoW i . 1 p. m.lp. m.:a. m. Chicago Lv 4 15 6 40 1 m 740 a. m p.m. Foitorla 11 65 2 25 2 25 a-m. a.m. Chicago Jt 1 lo 4 no 3 .m 7 00 Ureeuwlcb 1 2 4 Ml 8 50 1 113 Nova 1 4 4 40 4 IN 9 05 Sullivan 1 Ml 4 47 4 17 27 Uomer 206 4 57 42A 8 58 L.dl 2 17 8 08 4 8 11 10 Cre.ton 2 30 6 21 4 4H 11 40 Sterling; 2 34 5 25 4 5.1 11 60 Akron 3 25 6 8 60 Cleveland 8 00 7 in nttaburg 1 25 1180 10 30 Shelby 4 21 lanineld 4 44 Columbui 8 25 i-i- OOIRO HIT. Chicago Junction.... tireeowlcb Nora Hulllran Homer Lodl Creston . Sterling Akron - Columbus Ar Chicago Ar l. m 8 46 3 25 3 07 8 01) 161 141 1 30 3 23 2 30 p.m. 3 66 11 Ml No. 8 n. m 2 00 1 40 I 20 113 1 04 12 63 12 40 12 SH 11 40 116 n. m. 9 40' No45 n. nt 10 W 8 M 38 8 30 21 8 09 68 8 60 740 1130 a. m. 7 401 d. m 4 30 350 1 80 210 1 40 p.m. 12 80 11 40 11 20 . ft . a . a i Notice. Have medicines fail ed to cure you? I. READ what the cit izens of Wellington v'nd ylclnity have to k$3rE,, Wa. the nnderslim- i --U ed, having used Dow'a New Imperial Pat edt ileclrin Belt, are pleased to indorse it aa ail it is ciaimeu w u iur ui tun ui cnronle ana nervous aiBeaaa. oauernn need not heUnte. but try this ttclt and be . 1 - 1 l. . . i r 1 1 1 . cured. (Hoierenoes in ana auuui tvsiiiuk ton, O., A.E. Marcy, Bert Gunn, D. Husted. 7oa. 33lJa.2a.o,wr, .sjreiit OFFICE IN MALLOllT BLOCK. "" Pro At "'raOiawwl Ilol Tvlrc" 1,J. . 111 i.l . " ivxvuivi uuuao luaii yvb will l lih on an toese avmDioma nv ut nir more coupons or periodical ticket, after OCTOBER 2(3, as SSmSJSS OUr Contract expires upon that dale. , puriflM the blood. It also creates a good apiwine, cures inuigestion, Heartburn and Are You Nervous. are you all tired out, do you have that tired feeling or sick headache 7 You can be re lieved of all these symptoms by taking We are offering some attractive bar gains in our Dress Goods department this weeK, cniei 01 wnicn is tne line of Imported Dress Patterns ii ... . WniCn Were bOUimt tO Kfill At. SI.). S19. nnrl connts. EOCnE3TEB Ql TPriiVri wofn aa wnl,. 4-u! Married, September 88, Blake Andrews, J- T. Sheets, of Norfolk, Va.,and daugh- 5lO, WniCn Were gOOd ValUe at tllOSe priCeS. of RugBlee,.ad MU.B.r.ha WUt-,of ter.MiasJennl. Sheets, of Cleveland, were but WhlCh We are nOW ?01 ni? tn Spll fit trip New London. . viaitinK relatives and friends In this place i i . . " ----- naicuiousiy low price of $5.22 eacn. We cannot sell more that two nattfirns - . 10 one customer. dyspepsia. Hnod'a Pill. or. ... n iu1. I. buiiuu buu iure in tiiect. to cents a box. NEW LONDON. Oct. 9. Mr. Hernck. a forraet emnlove ot W. r. Curtis, died of tvohoid fever on tbe Otb insl. Two small children are sick ith the fever In the home. Mrs. Asa Miner and Mrs. A. L. Dunks are also on the slik list. Mrs. Grunt Shlpman and Mr. Ziirker were convalescing at last ac 8FENCEB Oct. 9. About twentv from this nlaca went to the world'i fair last week Rev. T. L. McConnell baa been returned to Spencer for another year. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wood., of Ah land, visited his mother and brother. CM Woods, and family dunng the past week. airs. Job. A. Funk and daughter. MIsa Jennie, of Lattesberg, O., were guests of nr. ana Mrs. J. U. Gardner last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Rendee have enter. lained friends from Wisconsin during tbe past week Darius Carter returned a few davs aro from a visit to his parents at Spring Mountain, Coshocton county The Woods famlllx. h Belden last Saturday with a good attend ance from Spencer. Ashland. Litchfield and other points. The dv was fine and all had a good time. PITTSFIELD. Oct. 10. Mrs. R. T. Worden. of Chicago. is visiting friends in town H. Berts showed his herd of cattle at the Akron fair last week. A I the world's fair: Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Avery, Mre. Carlos Avery. Fred Blgea and wife, Mrs. 8. D. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. P. McRoberts. II MrTfnh.rf. ,nA wife, Wesley Jordsn. Mrs. LydiaWesLof Wellington, visited lilcnds in town last week Mrs. Esther Earl, of Minnesota. Is visit ing relatives and friends in town. Mr. and. Mrs. V. McRoberta have re turned from the fair Mr. and Mrs. d. Bennett visited in Cleveland last week. Wm. Daniels, from the east, former! v of tills place, la visiting old frlenda in town J. C. Wlddowson. and wife snent but Friday with Chaa, Lang, of Penfleld A aoclal will be held at the'retldence of Frank Sheffield. It Is hoped a pleasant time win be bad. Dr. Uolllday. of Wellington waa callad last Saturday to see Willis Pitts, who waa very in but is better at thli writing, Tom HUNTINGTON. Oct. 9. Rev. M.T. Reece Dieached hi. first sermon last Sunday to a crowded bouse Mrs. Griggs starts for Chicago. Tuesday Mrs. Lon Uazel and Minnie Smith .nant last week in Euclid Last Monday Burt Davison waa rim a norse wnen it became frightened and ran and to keep from being thrown off and hurt he Jumped from the horse and broke his leg. Daisy Pbelon and Minnie Smith are In Chicago this week attending tbe fair. Misses Lou Ward and Stella Baulk were home oyer Sunday A.J. Routson spent Sunday in Centerton Cloaks. Cloaks ! ! This la the MR armor Vonv" in Aim w wvw. aa- su vivas. MO parxmenL, as our saies are rar in excess of all pre- eeedine Vftftrs. " Vat: fnr nil iM complete, as we have now in stock 599 ladies , misses' and rh1 Idrnn'fl imrmpnf in oil Jl ana desirable stvles. sunn tm nririn nninvo io ' " V " Y w-w WMaU09CUKU sieves, fur trimmings, capes, eta The prices on these croods am ntnnicli. o w VUaWmA ers for cheapness. - AFAI R TR I AL of Hood'a Sar saparilla guarantee! a complete mm Tf4. an knniMrf medicine, honess t IU.V f A. W B.WM. . t adrertiiedand It honeaUy CURES We have lust received a. nice nnsnrhriAnf t w : . viuvuu vt FAN VEILS ; which' are so popular at present. u-UhM h .Y ' : - -. Mrs. W. D. Ooldlng has been visltlnir tbe world's fair and ber sister. Mrs. Marv . ... rslmller.of Albion, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Ilealy. of Detroit. Mich., spent a few days in town recently. Mrs. Trlffltt, of Lodl. visited ber dauvh ter, Mrs. B. White, tbe past week At the world's fair: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Starblrd, Mrs. Tatt, Messrs. J. Segur, Wm. Perkln, C. E. Reynolds. L. Barrett. "Dick and Carl White. Mlsaea Beasle and Bertha Middleswath spent Bunday In town a week since. D. W. Smith and family have returned from visiting their daughter In Chicago. Mrs. liagnall has been entertalnins some relatives. Edward Wuhbnrn baa returned to bis atudlea at Ann Arbor. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenenstul are vis. Iling ft lends In Michigan, Hon. E. H. Gillette, an ex-congressman from Iowa, will apeak to our Deoola today on tbe financial question. Rev. Dr. Kepler baa been returned to the pastorship of the M. E. church for the coming year. The M. E. Aid. society met with Miss Mame Oettle last Friday The Baptist ladies will hold their rem. lar society In the church basemeot next Friday afternoon. The W. 0. T. U. bold a aoclal at the home of Mre. H. W. Townsend Thursday arternoon. " 'The event bl the week will be the ddt. cauon pi lieu new bull by the LO.O.F Of wbteu, perlj.tiL I will tell voti mote In my next letter.,. - ; Ninn. fv-9t r " m ii i.ii aa ft i . ... naannT. uifreannn. an n.t nr .11 i uioou, are given uy Hood's Barsuparllla. last week, Mr. Sbeeia reporta himself well pleased with Virginia and intends tn make that stale his future borne. Dr. Roberta and wife returned from tha tbe fair last Tuesday. Horace Mann, of Emily City. Mich- has been visiting his father. B. C. Mann, and other retatives, of this place during the past week, Mra. Pearl Durr has been vervaick with typhoid fever, but Is now reported to be better, Mra. J. F. Skees left for the world's fair last Thursday Mr. Coldgrove and wife, of Illinois, ia visiting bia sister, Mrs. Lewis Banes, of this place. uusaeu nreus. 01 Ellsworth. Kan., w.a visiting hia former home and relatives In thli place last week. Mra. Loomls. of Llvernool. waa vl.ltin. . n aire. r. uagnan last week The school In this place haa closed for one week to alve the teacher, Mra. Boice, an opportunity to attend the world's fair. Rey. Mayer, former nrutor nf tha M K church at this place, bss been ent hack for another year, which pleaaea the peo ple, aa he giyes general aattafactlon. Laat Wednesday night thieves broke into R. Potter's store and stole a silver watch, pocket knives, and other articlea. Not wishing to show any partiality, they gave Geo. Garrison a call at the drug store Friday night, taking cigars, candy, etc. It was at first supposed to be tbe work ot tramps, but tbe jar and box that contained the candy waa brought back Saturday night and set in a convenient place to be found, which dispelled the Idea of trampa doing tbe wqrk. The order of Maccabees of this place enjoyed a visit last Thursday night from Wakeman, Clarksfleld and Klpton iodgea or that order. Two new member! were Initiated. The order in thi! place ii In a flourishing condition. It now numbera over fifty, with more to be Initiated at the next meeting. Walter Crandall and wife and daughter, 8adlo, and Will Ledyard and wife visited at Wooster last week. Harley Beardsley left for tbe world'! fair and hia borne in Iowa lait Monday morning. Rev. Burchfleld closed hi. tne Baptist church In this place last Sun day, preaching hia farewell sermon In the evening. May success attend him and his wife In their work for the Lord where aoevcr they may be called, Is the wish of their many friends in this place. Five left for the world's fulr from this place last Monday, viz.: A. Smith, Dwlght and Horace Mann, Jobnle Beardsley, and W. 8hepard. SULLIVAN. Oct. 8. Geo. L. Bllnn, of Ashland, via ited at C. H. Coon'i laat Tuesday eyening. . Samuel Close, of Minnesota, thirty yeari ago a resideot of this Dlace. la nallinv n. old acquaintances here. Mr. Stone, of Polk, ia the latest student enrolled at tbe high school. Mr. Reed and family have mmH mtn the RIgga house north of town. Light Doollltle and witn hn ha been visiting friends in this vicinity, re turned to their home in Cleveland last week. Jake Arndt. while nlcklnir irranea fell and broke his collar bene. Miss Edith Clark, of Findlav. Ia vl.lf. Ing her parents here. Tbe frame work of the Diarlnla elmw-t. Is about completed. Btowe White, of Chatham, la Intending to organize a ainging school hore. Carloa Malcom Is visiting his grand parents. Literary Notes. Godey'a Magazine for November la In the opinion of the publishers, the most at tractive of any in tbe new series of thia old-time favorite. It Is rich in contenta and Illustrations. Tha comnlata nnvi.1 I. from the gifted Den of Mrs. Amnlla TL Barr, and u called The Flowers of Gala Water. It ia Drofuaelv and hraiitifiillv Illustrated by Theodore Uemne. and the story itself la In Mrs. Barr's most Interest ing vein. This number also contain. Ulna. trated articlea on A Holiday In Soaln. bv Floyd B. Wilson, and A Pretty Moklng ot tbe Life, by Eola Willie. New England's Children la tha thankatrivinir.tirv hv (Imrt I. Putnam, and there are sketches hv J. ' M. Leyerque and Oliver Bell Bunce. All tbe departmeata. Including Uodev's famona fashions, are excellent Tbe poems are by W. J. Henderson. Clark W. Brvan. Danial Doene Bid well, Sara King Wiley and otb- era. Mrs. Arthur Rotch of Boston and Mia Bertha Ludlngton Barnes of Chicago. Marriage Licenses. ' Ward Tolhurst and Ida E. Lees. E. J. Slang and Phoebe Bullitt. Cbaa. M. Hankie and Dora Ruth. Rupert Paden and Katie Leonard. H. L Hccock and Annabel BurrelL Mosei Pollard and Matilda Seymour. J . 8. McClelland and Mattle J. Dunlap. Edwin J. Howard and Lncy Louis Budd. Frederick 8. Miller and Anna M. 8tevena . Baking 41 y-.i The only Pare Cream of Tart TA. X7 1 ihw... t- as... o sed id Millioiis of -Homes 40 Years tbe Sunlit".;'1' if 1 i 1 1 1 I V ---- - -v.a. .J" .... - I ,1-"