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VOL. XXIX.
WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1895.
NO. 40.
Suit Department.
In this department may be found all the new de
signs in the latest styles and patterns,' among them
the popular "dove-tail frock," strictly proper for
dress occasions. The three and four button cuta-
, way sacks are also among the many styles that are
in great demand. Boys' suits in all styles and pat-
. terns at lowest prices. Children's suits in double
breasted sacks, reefers, , arid Fauntleroys, in fash
ionable patterns.
Underwear Department.
Every garment in this department has been
bought for the coming
can snow you eigiu cunerent lines irom wmcii 10
select at 50c. a piece.
Pant Department.
For style that is original and patterns that are
entirely new you should look through the immense
stock in this department.
Hat Department,
The old hat should be discarded for one of the
new blocks in the latest "Fedoras," or one of many
styles in this season's derby.
Furnishings Department.
Space prevents the naming of everything in this
department, but the neckwear, suspenders, socks,
collars and cuffs are all new and the low prices,
nimliii? fwnsiflerpfl will snrnrisn von.
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' You may come, look
get the prices, and don t apologize ior not buying,
we will thank you for having looked.
Daugherty, Helman & Co.
KFDuWE
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"We are
still after
serving the
interest of the
public both in
prices, quality
and styles of
furniture.
Our goods are
all new, hence
are attractive
on account
of their neat
ness, elegance
.and rich
variety.
Two floors
are well filled
so that even
the most ex
acting cannot
fail to be
satisfied.
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We carry an
endless variety of
mouldings, and
pictures will be
framed by a
skilled mechanic.
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A fine line of
beautiful designs
of sideboards,
plush and cordu
roy lounges, easy
chairs, and in fact
everything of the
latest. Goods de
livered and set up
at all points with
in a reasonable
distance. Call
and see us.
m
I10YT & PETERS.
fall and winter trade. We m
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the departments through, gj
TRAVELERS' REGISTER
BIG FOUR.
Ill effect Mn j . lWo. Standard time.
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Nns. 3. 20,
52. 27, 51. dally except
Sunday. Nos,
I). 24, 35, 37, 28, Hi, dally.
No. 2A, Sunday only.
W. & L. E.
Iu effect pee. 10, WM. Standard time.
"Onlnit west Tfl:43 a.m.j 3:07 p.m.
Uolnit east 10:43 a. m.; 4:30 p. m.
11:40 p.m.
Ni Sunday train.
EII. PERKINS, nttorney nnd coun-
scliir-at-lnw. Office over Crabtree's
market, West Main street.
JT. HASKELL, attorney-nt-law and
notary public. Loans and collections
made a specialty. Office in bank building.
PRATT & IIERRICK, flour and feed
store. Free delivery to all parts of the
corporation. Railroad street.
CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in coal antlira-
cite, Massillon, Jackson, etc. Terms
cash. Office West Liberty street. Tel
ephone 4S.
CSAGE & CO. .insurance agents. Fire,
life, accident nnd tornado. Repre
sent best companies in the United States.
Wadsworth block.
DR. FRANK GREGG, Mallory Block.
Office hours 8 to 10 a.w., 1 to 3 and
7 to 0 p. in. Resilience corner Barker and
Taylor streets. 35
RX, GOODWIN, insurance apent nnd
notary public. Deeds, wills, con
tracts, etc., written neatly and legally.
Over Sense's shoe store.
Mil. MILLS, M. I).. Homeopathic
Physician and Surgeon. Diseases
of women and children a specialty. Office
in Carpenter block, West Main St. 4Utf
BVANATOR. Notary Public. Deeds,
"Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, E(c,
neatly drown ut reasonable rates. Collec
tions and the execution of pension vouch
ers are specialties. Crosier Block, Well
ington, 0.
G
L. BLINN, attorney-at-law and no-
tary uublic, will attend to all lccal
business in Lorain, Medina, Ashland, and
Huron counties and elsewhere, that may
be entrusted to him. Prompt attention
given tocollections. Contracts, deeds, mort
gages, etc., legally nnd neatly drawn.
Office over Goodrich's clothing store, west
side public square. -
Notice.
Persons desiring to rent village or
form property of any kind or au ofllco or
business room, and those who may have
the some to rent, or any tine who may
want to buy or sell any real estate of ony
kind will do well to call upon or address
Geo. L. Blinn and got his terms and a
list of properties before dealing elsewhere.
Auctioneer.
- Sales auctioneered at reasonable rates.
Orders can be left at the Enterprise office,
Wellington, 0. IJknry White.
Sponcer, 0.
Look in Houghton's window for the
ffuest line of theruiometors ever shown
in Wellington. Ouaraiteed accurate
and just the thing for a present to a
friend. - 39
Dr. Price's Cream BaHng Powder
WorM'f Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
CORRESPONDENCE.
NEWS ITEMS FROM OUR NEIGH
BORING TOWNS.
All About the Keceut Happenings and
Kvents of Special Interest to Bend
ers of the Enterprise, Gleaned
by Its Corps of Reporters. '
SULLIVAN.
Sept. 30. Gordon McAdoo has moved
to Nova, where he expects to superintend
tho high school the coming year. Walter
and Celcstine are attending school at
Oberlin.
Mrs. Laura Koons is able to ride out.
Mrs. M. A. Loomis and daughter, Rose,
were in Salem, Monday, to visit Mrs. C.
A. Smith.
. Mrs. Merritt Larabee spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Emma Coon,
Joseph Chamberlain, of Oberlin, was
in town last week looking after business
matters.
Wilbur Drake and son, Edgar, E. E.
Dudley, C. Speucer and Mrs. Hattie Park
were at the County seat last Saturday.
Lee Loomis and father were at Wm.
Johnson's, in Albion, last Sunday. t
Joseph Palmer and wife called on Mr.
and Mrs. Jonas Thompson last Friday.
At the reception held at the Grissinger
Hotel the guests presented tho landlord
and his wife with a handsome sideboard.
The Maccabees will turn out en masse
on Wednesday to assist their brother, W.
L. Clark, on his new house. Mr. Clark
has been under tho doctor's care for some
time and not able to work.
M. A. Loomis and L. Loomis went to
Lorain, Monday, to move B. Allyn back
to Albion.
About thirty couple met at the hall
last Friday evening to trip the light
fantastic.
BRIGHTON.
Oct. 1. It seems to be quite the rage
iuUhis place to wear overcoats and mit
tens in putting corn.
Mrs. A. N. Gill is quito sick with sore
throat. It is hoped that she may socn
recover.
Geo. W. Green attended the conference
at Mt. Vernon as lay delegate, last week.
Miss Ella Hardy visited with Mrs.
Collluwood in Clarksfield last Sunday.
Miss Eunice Laughery and her grand
mother, of Nova, started on a drive
through to Eddy, Ind., last Tuesday.
They expect to return in about three
weeks. They will visit their numerous
friends on their way there and back.
We are glad to learn that Rev. Mayer
has been returned to us as pastor of the
M. E. Church for the coming year.
The services of Rev. G. N. Marts, of
Washington, DC, have been secured to
occupy the the Congregational pulpit the
coming year.
VB. Squires and family are making
preparations to spend the winter in the
South. Dell Richards will occupy their
house during their absence.
Geo. Myers suffered a loss by the break
ing of his buggy Saturday night by his
horse running away.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Greene attended
a surprise party at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Case for their daughter, Miss Ora.
Chas. Phelps, of Nova, spent Sunday
in town with Mr. and Mrs. Laughery.
Freeman Greene returned to his son's
from the South yesterday quite ill.
Rev. Upton is stopping for a day or two
with his iother-in-law, Mr. Fenwick.
PITTSFIELD.
Sept. 30. -Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Whit
ney have returned homo from Boston and
Vineyard Haven after a few weeks' visit.
Martha Avery has gone to Pittsfield,
Mass., to visit friends and relatives.
She expects to be gone four or five weeks.
Hattio Beesing, Lurany White, and
Helen Arnold attended the L. 0. T. M.
convention held in Sandusky the 20th.
Rosa Pitts has again entered the con
servatory of music at Oberlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibbons visited in
Penfield last week Saturday.
Bert Norris has entered the college at
Oberlin as a sophonime.'
Henry Betts exhibited his herd of Ayr
shire cattle at the Erie County fair. .
E. Campbell exhibited four different
breeds of sheep at the Elyria fair.
F. G. Beesing and wife are on the sick
list.
The Anti-saloon League silver medal
contest will be held in the Congregation
al church Tuesday evening, October 8.
A male quartette from Oberlin will be
present. Admission 5 and 10 cents.
Deafness Cannot bo Cnred
By local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the eus
tachian tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flamation can be taken out and the tube
restored to its normal condition hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness(caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrh
Cure. Send for circular; free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.O.
S3rSold by all druggists, 75c.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
, , ,, PENFIELD.
Sept. 30. -Leon Barrett met with a
serious accident while assisting C. M.
Starr last week.
Miss Vikie Richmond, of Medina, was
in town a day or two last week.
Mr.iand Mrs. William Langdon, who
have been making a prolonged visit
among friends in Iowa, returned home
on Thursday last.
The ; Anti-Saloon League contest was
held last Saturday evening. There were
but ;six contestants, two from each
Church. The medal of honor was award
ed to Ray Bartholomew, tho presiding
judges giving their decision in his favor.
Mrs. Bott, of Creston, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Bert Hastings.
The Medina Conference of the Congre
gational Churches will meet at Penfield,
October a and 10. A good attendance is
hoped and confidently expected.
Many of our citizens attended the
EJyria fair on Friday last, it being the
closing day.
Ralph Denhara visited in Elyria and
Lorain for several days last week.
ROCHESTER.
Sept. 30. -Mrs. Walker, of Cleveland,
0., and Mrs. Richardson, of Adrian,
Mich., were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P.
Hanley, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps attended the fair
at Elyria. Their daughter, Miss Josie,
visited her friend, Miss Julia Coats, of
Brighton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Porter have gone to
Bowling Green, 0., for a short visit.
Miss Maud Stevens, of Oberlin, was
visiting Mrs II. B. Eeardsley one day
last week.
Rev. Bishop, of Kansas, filled the pul
pit at the Baptist clurrch Sunday even
ing. The audience was highly pleased
with such an able sermon. Mr. Bishop
taught the winter school in this place
twenty years ago.
James Woodyard left for his home in
Middleport, 0., Friday morning.
BAKER'S CROSSING.
Sept. 30. Winter wraps have been
quite useful for a few days past.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. Cole spent last
week in Elyria the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Conabee.
Charley Murray was at home Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Furrey, of Wellington,
was at W. II. Beeman's Friday.
W. P. Fulton, of Akron, auditor of the
Northern Ohio R. R., spent Sunday at E.
D; Buker'si
Mrs. S. M. Fisher and Mrs. E. L. An
drews spent Wednesday with Mrs. F. K.
Wilcox, of Wellington.
D. I. Beckley and wife visited their
cousin, Howard Sheffield, of Litchfield,
last Tuesday.
Mrs. Polly Peet and Mrs. Effie Knapp
spent Saturday and Sunday in Lodi with
Mrs. Peet'j daughter, Mrs. E. B. Dinam.
A great many of our people have visit
ed the corner storo at Wellington the
past week.
SPENCER.
Sept. 30. J. J. Eair nnd daughter,
Mrs. J. M. Seaton, were in Wellington,
Friday.
Len Rice and wife, of West Salem,
were in town Saturday.
Miss Jessie Wideman was in Welling
ton, Saturday.
Cyrus Inman spent Sundoy in Cleve
land. Fred Omeroid, Harry Togle nnd Mark
Grissinger attended the dance at Sulli
van. Friday night.
Mrs. Jano Woodbury is visiting in New
London.
Mrs. Kilburn has gone to Dundee,
Mich., for a few week's visit.
Rev. J. M. Seaton, wife and son, will
start for Richmond, Va., Tuesday, where
he will preach the coming year.
Grace Grissinger, of. Sullivan, spent
Sunday in town.
Byron Storrow and wife, of Wellington,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Storrow's
parents.
Miss Florence Ilendee is visiting in
Toledo.
Mrs. Richard Freeman and daughter,
Minnio, spent Saturday in Chatham.
NEW LONDON.
Sept. 30. A number of persons are on
the sick list, yot there seems to be no ep
idemic. Mrs. 0. S. Merrifleld and Mrs. E. Kin
ney, of Cleveland, were in town last
week, to attend the Knowlton-Gottlo
wedding.
Mrs. S. SDauldine started on Thursday
for her homo in Helena, Mont., having
been absent several weeks.
Rev. L. H. Baker, of Warren, called on
many friends during his brief stay in
town last week.
. Messrs. W. E. Minor and B. F. Star-
bird were in Nonvalk, Sunday, to visit
C. Starblrd, who is yet quite sick.
Mr. Lilly. -of Harriman, lenu., spent a
few days in town recently, the guest of
his father-in-law, R. C. Powers.
Geo. Church, of Buffalo, N. Y., has
been spending a few days in town.
Miss Bertha Turner is visiting friends
in Fremont.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powdct
superior to all others.
Highest of all in Leavening
M
iiWS Bandar-
John Mann has gone to Berea, Ky., to
attend college. He made the trip on his
wheel.
Mrs. A. E. Elder entertained her Sunday-school
class in her usual agreeable
manner at her homo on the evening of
tho 2oth.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allbaugh move this
week to Chicago Junction, to make that
place their home in tho future.
Mrs. A. S. Johnson entertained a small
dinner pnrty last Thursday.
The Baptist choir have purchased a
Pond piano for their use.
Mrs. C. C. Bonstel nnd children, of
Toledo, have gone to Los Angeles, Cal.,
on a pleasure trip. They have been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. James Malcolm.
The Baptist Aid Society met on the
27th with Mrs. E. Curtiss.
The M. E. Aid Society will meet on
October 4 with Mrs. G. W. Runynn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wild, of Michigan,
visiteu hero recently with ' her uncle,
Rev. N. J. Close.
HUNTINGTON.
Sept. 30. -Huntington sent a large
delegation to the Elyria fair.
Charles Rugg and wife spent Friday
night and Saturday in Oberlin, on their
way home from the Elyria fair.
James Holcomb, of Medina, spent Sun
day with friends in town.
Clifton Chapman made a Hying visit
at home last Thursday night.
Elder Willard preached his last ser
mon as pastor in the Baptist Church here
last Sunday. Text, "Go Forward." He
has preached very acceptably here for
the past three years and has made many
warm friends.
J. B. Robinson is buying timber in
Huron county.
Rev. Frank Daun, of Perry, will preach
in the Baptist church both morning and
evening next Sunday, Oct. !.
Covenant meeting in the Baptist
church on Saturday afternoon of this
week.
The sad news reached here last Friday
of tho death, at Lake Helen, Fla., of Min
nio naze, aged about four years, daugh
ter of Mrs. Maggie Hazel, formerly of
this place.
A number of improvements have been
mado at the center this summer.
SHALL CUBA BE FREE?
Mlfjn the Petition and Alt the Cubitus
In Their Struggle for Liberty.
An enterprising dnig firm, with a keen
appreciation of the parallel existing be
tween the struggle of our Revolutionary
patriots for independence and that now
being waged by the revolutionists in
Cuba, have supplied our drug stores with
petitions for their customers to sign,
asking that Congress recognize the Cuban
patriots as belligerents.
Those who have followed the course of
the contest, are aware of the great diffi
culty the Cubans experience in securing
military supplies. International law re
quires our government to unite with
Spain in designating the Cubans as
rebels and enemies i f law and order, and
is obliged to co-operate with her to the
extent of preventing American sympa
thizers with this outbreak from render
ing any substantial assistance. Inas
much as tho misgovemment of Cuba by
Spain is more patent than tho much-ad
vertised misgovemment of American
ciiies, it must be humiliating for our
citizens to witness their government,
which stands as an exponent of liberty,
working hand in glove with a represen
tee of imperialism to crush the spirit of
liberty which animates these Cubans in
their conflict.
If Congress recognizes the Cuban pa
triots as belligerents, then so far ns this
nation is concerned, they may procure
military supplies from this country if
they choose, and liberty-loving Ameri
cans may render them what assistanee
they desire. It will then be a contest
between Spain on one side and Cuba on
tho other side and the United States will
be in tho position of mere spectators.
This is tho positi.-n wo ought to tako and
wo can afford to do it.
The assistance which has been afforded
us in our struggle for freedom by foreign
nations was rendered not because of our
being Americans, but because tho prin
ciple of liberty, of opportunity for the
masses was involved in the. contest. On
this account we have been placed under
perpetual obligation to give encourage
ment to every effort for emancipation
from oppression.
Here is on opportunity for tho govern
ment, to give a new hope to these patriots
without involving itself in any difficul
ties. Here is an opportunity to give the
cause of human liberty a tremendous
boost nnd it will not cost a cent.
Ask to see these petitions when your
business takes you into any of our drug
stores. . K. S. II.
Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report
mil 13 IllJIMtMl II fl
PURE
NORTH OHIO CONFERENCE.
Jtev. K. T. HugerniHii returned to Well
ington fur another year.
The North Ohio Conference which con
vened in Mt. Vernon last week closed its
session Monday morning. Rev. E. T.
Hagennan was returned to this place.
Rev. J. F. Brant will continue to act as
Secretary of the Anti-saloon League,
Rev. W. C. Dawson was transferred to
the Mansfield District and was assigned
to Tiffin, N. S. Albright was transferred
to the Sandusky District and assigned to
Bucyrus, E. H. Warner was assigned to
Penfield and Litchfield; A. C. Hook,
Pittsfield and Kipton; Robert McCaskey,
nuntington; W. D. Gray, LaGrange; A.
A. Ball, Siiencer; R. F. Mayer, Brighton.
W. H. Eglin was returned to Columbia.
A vote was taken in the Cleveland,
Sandusky, Wooster, nnd Mt. Vernon
Districts on the question of admitting
only males as lay delegates to the Gen
eral Conference. Yeas 417; nays Ills.
COUNTY SEAT NEWS.
tili-nnlng From Loinln County' Temple
Of JllHtll f.
NEW CASES IN COMMON TLEA.S.
Hannah Spies vs. Wm. Spies; divorce.
D. D. Jago vs. Wm. Case; money only.
Cora F. Ensign vs. Zimri Shaw.
Frederick Burk vs. David C. Leonard
et al.; money only.
BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Wm. Stacy Miller to W. K. Miller, lot
378, block 44, Elyria, $3,nm.
A. II. Tomanek to John Gaetz, 4 72-100
acres, Avon, $2,3i;i).
II. J. Barows to Alvina S. Ashbolt, lot
143, original plat of Charleston (now Lo
rain), $3(K).
The Sheffield Land Co. to A. A. nnd A.
L. Bishop, lots 1194, 1105 and ll!)(i, Shef
field Land Co.'s ad. to Lorain, $2,000.
Wm. A. Braman, trustee, to the Pen
field Avenuo Savings Bank Co., lot 4,
block 7, Braman trustee's addition to
Lorain, $1,500.
Sarah A. Horr to Ellen Grenow, lot 13,
block 5, Wellington, 550.
Martin Shindler to John Wolf, 2
acres in lot 11, tract 4, Rochester, $2.
S. S. Warner to J. F. Husband. lt. i?
in Warner's sub-division f in ,! --n
ingion,
Catherine Parsch to Nelson Converse,
sub-division lot 3. Wm. A. Elv'o
vision of lots 4!)!i, 500, 5(1 and 502.
tiyria, i,uo.
Ti'ntlmoiilnN,
YEu(;To, 0.. Aug. 30, 1SI3.
0. R. Derrick, Sir:-1 have one of
your Columbian Washers. The more I
use it tho better I liko it and t.b
the clothes get. If used according to di
rections it will wash anything and ev
erything dean ns can be washed l.v hnn.i
ami much easier and quicker. I would
not gne it for any other one I ever saw.
JOSEPHINE WH.SOX.
Weujx;tox, 0., Sept. IS, 1S!I3.
To whom it may concern:
We have purchased a Columbian
Washer of 0. R. Derrick and have given
the same a fair trial on nil kinds of goods
and would not part with it for $25 if we
could not get another. It does all and
more than Mr. Herrick recommends
and I am satisfied it is the best on the
market. Yours resp'y,
Mrs. F. P. Si-tuff,
Mrs. G. R. Dorchester.
Wellixoton. 0., Sept. Ill, 18U5.
0. R. Derrick, Sir: The Columbian
Washer I bought of you last March 23
gives entire satisfaction, in fact it far
excels my expectations. There is no
rubbing process like most others to wear
the clothes out, nnd I believe it will save
the clothes enough to nnv for itself In a
short time. To those who use the wash
board I would say, try it and be eon-
vinced as I was. J. II. Wikut.
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Highest Honors World' Fair,
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' MOST PERFECT MADE
k pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fwt
bom Am..:onia, Alum or any other adulters
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