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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1895-
1 5 1 1 5; I i u i SCHOFIELD RETIRES. . I MEDICINAL FOOD. BUSINESS LOCALS. Hid Lleutonwnt Oeneral of th Army Down III Ufflce UevauM or Age antca of 111 umc Washington, Sept 80. The rank of lieutenant general of the army expired with the retirement at noon Sunday of John McAllister Bchofield, he then having attained the ape limit of 04 vears. . This title was revived in favor of Gen. Schoflold by a special act of i-nntrross last February ana hau pre viously been bestowed but three times on Grant, Sherman ana isnenuan. liv reason of this extinction of title, Mat. r.pn. Miles as senior ofllccr of that rank will become the major general cnmmandinir the army, Dut tne reure raent will not, as is usual in such cases, nrnmntfi anv lunior oflicer. lien. Schoflold was bom In Chautauqua county, N. Y.. in ltMI. He was appointed a endot at wi P.ilm from Illinois In 1H(9. being uracil! ......I t.,tf vixiim lal.np und AKtttimnd to dUtV Ut Kort Moultrie, S. C, as brevet second lieuten ant of artillery. From IWtt to 1800 he was as sistant professor of natural und experimental i,iinui,ihv at the mliitarv academy, havuur In the meuntime been made a full-fleilni'd lieuten unt ami subseouentlv professor of physics at ,h.. H'luiKrn iTnlversltv. at St. Louis. At tbo ..iKHn..ir nr w;ir hn wiiu riiitikiliid uh muster ini? olllcer for Missouri and commissioned major of the First Missouri voluiueors. In May, 1801, he became captain of "the first artillery and a Tew months later chief of staff to lien. Lyon, iuI.Iiilt nun in the enirairements at Dutt Spring Curran i'ostoinco and Wilson's Creek, at the i.it nmp,i ii ncn ( cn. I.von ooinir KUieu. in ini inr.!t hi. ntt!iinpd the rank of maior ffen eral of volunteers and was assigned, early in the following year, to command the army of tha M.i,. -iii,.ii r.imf.fi tbi U'ft. winir of Sherman's army, and participated in the famous march to th.vl.fi ,inil llu initnitmilti hlllt.tpu. t M..v.niiur iKiii hn was mailo brhradler general In the reiiulnr urmy and commanded the department ot North Carolina, where his services In the war euded. In 18l lien. Si-ho-.1..1.1 u',.u u.in) .m n unwlul illnlnnmt.it. mission ... l.'imm.ii in nnniuii'Hnii with the establishment of the Maximilian uovernment In Mexico, the result of which was an understanding by the two countries that tho French withdraw tholr i,.. llnimn anil ln rpt lirillll,' from Kuropo he commanded the department of tho Potomac until June, 18U8, when ho entered tho cabinet of President us secretury of war. re taining that portfolio until March 4. 18t, when he was made major general and placed in com mand of the department of the Missouri, and, Lit.,,, nt thn iHvUlnn nf the Pacific. It was dur ing his command of tho Pacific division (which he held until 1876) thnt he was sent Dy rresi .!.., iiiMint nn n M,uuhil mission to the Hawni ian Islands in search of Information, tho ques tion of annexation ncing men unaer consiucru l.... "'... u.-lintlolil eiimmiiliriiul various de urimnni. nnill issM whfn hn Aucceeded Lieut. lien. Sheridan as major general commanding the nrmy. fn lion Xolsnn A. Allies has been Told bv l'resldent Cleveland that he has been chosen as the successor to Gen. Schofleld in the commnnd of the nrmv 5in. Miles was seen bv a re- nAlaii an wl ll II f till VllUl l)ipn officially informed by the president of . . . i : i ..t it... ms appoiuiniunt io inecuuiumuu u un army. WILD LAKE WINDS. Several Disasters to Shipping Kesult from from Terriiic uuie. Minoi rttr. Mich.. Sent. 80. Tho barge Kershaw, with the schooners Moonlight and Kent in tow, were beached Sunday morning at 3 o ciock. The Kershaw and tow were maun.;, harbor safely when the steam pipe broke and the boats were at the mercy of the heavy seas and the Btrong wind which was prevailing. The life saving crew, under command of C'apt. Geary, rescued nine of the men on the Ker shaw and made two desperate attempts to rescue the four men who were in the yawl which was tied to the remains of the Kershaw. The life saving crew ivas swamped and the men had to swim ashore. After securing a new boat and some new men, Cup. Cleary again made the attempt and rescued the meu after they had been nearly frozen, having been in the yawl live hours. The Kershaw is broken in two and pounding to pu ces. She is a total wreck. Tho Moonlight and Kent nro resting safely on tho sand beach and all on board are safe. St. .Ioskimi, Mich., Sept. "0. The hardest storm and of the longest dura tion, which has raged here since last fall, commenced here Saturday morn ing and has as yet abated but little. No steamers have left here since 1-Viilay night. The sseamer l'uritan foolishly left Chicago Sunday morning in tho face of the gale, arriving three miles off this pon nt 11 o'clock. She was roll ing very badly and started off on the route. OPENED THE CAMPAIGN. I iimlliliite ( iiinpli.-.. .s.arts the Hull lloll. Inir at Columbus in His l'lulit for i:iee ll.m ns governor of Ohio-A ISlc Moi-tliiR. Coi.r.Miirs. Sept. :(). The democratic state campaign opened here Saturday night with an imposing demonstration. it is believed that the procession of clubs was the greatest, in point of num bers, ever seen here on a similar occa i.liin. The nroecssion was in several di visions, and" was composed of sixty-six different clubs. The Randall chib, of rittsbiii-y. was also in line. 1 here were thirty-six bands and four drum corps in the parade. The parade was six miles long and contained about in mil) mm. The marchers earned KO' man candles, which were discharged as they went, while rockets were nrea and bonfires burned along the route, mnhino- a brilliant scene. Eiffhty dem ocratic editors of tho state rode In the procession in two brilliantly lighted electric ears, anil two cameis irom ine Cincinnati Zoo had prominent places !n the line. Tho speeches were made from stands in the state house grounds, the orators being ex-Gov. Campbell, John B. Teas t lee, candidate for lieutenant governor; Col. James Kilbourne, of this city; J. A. Norton, John J. Follett, of Cincin nati, and John II. Clarke, of Youngs town. Nciv ltecelveri Appointed. Milwavkkk, Wis., Sept. 80. -In the United States circuit court Saturday, Judge Jenkins appointed two receivers for the Northern Pacific railroad to m.ina Vntafu PI11BA f)nUfa fl Til Payne, who resigned to avoid nn ap- i pearanee before juage iiamoru ui oe attle, Wash., on October 2, to answer charges of malfeasance filed against .thera In that court by Brayton Ives, president of the road. The new re ceivers named by Judge Jenkins are Edwin W. McIIcnry, of St. I'aul, who has for .years been chief engineer of the Northern Pacific, and Frank 0. Uigclow, president of tho First National bank of Milwaukee. A Few Facts About Food That are Worth Heineniberlng. There will come a time, says a recent writer, when no medicine will be uil- miniHtered, except in acute and sudden attacks. Disease will be cured by foods. Tli intolliirent housekeeper Is testing the value of this assertion in her daily ordering of the meals of her household, for her lately acquired knowledge or dietetics has put her on the way to such enlightenment. A list of food remedies compiled by The Housekeeper is con- dPiised and sueeestivo, and worm .cut ting out and pasting in the back of the family receipt book: rviwv ia invaluable as food lor inose suffering from any form of rheumatism; for diseases of tho nerves anil nenous dyspepsia. Lettuce is useful to those sunenng from insomnia. Water cress is a remedy for scurvy. Peanuts for indigestion; they are es pecially recommended for corpulent dia betes. Peanuts are made into a wnoic some and nutritious soup, are browned anil used as coffee, are eaten as a relish, simply baked, or are prepared and served as salted almonds. Rait, to pheck bleeding at the lungs, nnil na a nprvino and tonic for weak, tliiu-blooileil invalids. Combined with hot water is useful for certain forms of iivanpnsia. liver complaint, etc. Onions are almost the best nervino known. No medicine is so useiui in eases of norvous prostration, and there is nothine else that will so quiciuy re lieve and tone up a worn out system. Onions are useful in all cases of coughs, eni.ia and influenza: in consumption, in simmia, hydrophobia, scurvy, gravel, nnil kindred liver complaints, r.iuen every other day, they soon have a clear ing and whitening effect on ine com tilnvinn. . ..... ......:- Spinach is useful to inose suueiiug with craipl. Asparagus is used to induce perspna tion. for sufferers from asthma. Turnips for nervous disorders and for uenrvv. p.nw hppf nroves of great neneui ioikt anna nf frail constitution, and to those suffering from consumption. It is chopped fine, seasoned with salt, and heated by placing it in a nisii wun not water. It assimilates rapidly and af- r.inia f lip hest of nourishment. Ro-o-s contain a large amount of nutri ment in a compact, quickly available form. Etrirs. especially me yoins 01 porrq. nrp useful in iaundice. Beaten up raw with sugar are used to clear and atrono-tiipn the voice. With sugar and lemon juice the beaten white of egg is used to relievo hoarseness. Honey is wholesome, strengthening, eionnalnir. hpalinir and nourishing vrnoi, rin fruits are excellent for purifying the blood and toning up the tn, A a Biipeifle remedies, oranges are aperient. Sour oranges aie mBi.ij recommended for rheumatism. Watermelon tor epilepsy aim ior yei Iaw favor. vr v ' " Cranberries for erysipelas; are useu nvtnmniiv ns well as internally. T ma fnr foVoHM l tllirSt 111 81CKI1CW. UVlIK'Ua -v" v fur biliousness, low fevers, rheumatism, m.Mu emitrlis. liver COUlplalllt, I'tC. V....., V. ..J, - Blackberries as a tonic, i seiui m an ilinrrhiPfl. Lift 11117 - ... Tnnintoes are a Dowerful aperient lor ii.-nr a onvprpiirn' remedy for dys- 11117 llirii .."- r - pepsia and for indigestion. Tomatoes nrn itivnlll uhlp in all conditions of the system in which the use of calomel is indicated. ' vi nro nnprient and wholesome They are said to be valuable as a food tor those suffering from cancer; mey aie i,.!0.i pvtornallv as well as internally. Tin nniias are useful as a food for inose c.iTuriiio- from chronic diarrhoea, - , Apples are useful in nervous dyspepsia; they are nutritious, nieuicinai aim iu tiipv aid digestion, clear the voice, correct the acidity of the stomach, are -ninnhlA in rheumatism, insomnia, ami liver troubles. An applo contains as much nutrim mt as a potato, in a picas n.,t..r ami more wholesome form. UllH Grapes dilute thick blood, send ine cir ni..Hnn to the surface, remove obstruc tions from liver and lungs, dissolve and dislodge gravel anil calculi, and bring the stomach and bowels to a neauny con .lit I All wmiinnt Is wholesome and aperient, is excellent for rheumatic sufferers, and useful for purifying the bloou.-aew York Times. The best cheese in town can be found at Yanator's. For Snle. A yearling Jersey bull. Price $18.00. F. J. Eckels, south of Wellington. 35tf Vanator keeps the best ijull cream cheese in towm Full set of Coin's publications at Houghton's. Try a piece of Vanator's full cream cheese. Monuments. Estimates made on best granite by R. N. Goodwin. Luck Uoxes. t hnvna fnr snlfl "fit thft Home Savings Bank at$1.50peryear. IGtf Cnil nt TImiffhton's for answers to Coin s Financial iscnooi. Fnr Sale 50.000 hickory fence pickets . ... ms. -mr r-1 . - .... 17i r n r.f4 at ?3.00 per M. ALr.Jl hili, uiaiuui 0. t52 r.n tr. iTmiirlitnn'a fnr the. finest violin strings ever made; also violin trimmings of every description, i tonus uujusicu and repaired, keys and wuiges ntteu, etc Honse for Itent. Good house, located on Magyar street; must be rented by uct. isi. inquire oi II Cll.l.l.... id. v. oiieiuiMi. Land for Sslc. Knrtv acres of improved land, well -J. ... . ' t 1 L' watered, win go encup. jutjuuu vi a 11. Perkins. L-"" For Sale. Ti.a TTSrV tironortv mi South Main street ,w r -j" - .... is now onereii ior sine ai reasumioiD u& - . - - i...i ures. inquire or a. uwniwiu. Kotlce. nnviii Knviinr i-i pstablished at the eintiiiutr hnnsfl where he will repair your boots and shoes skillfully. The llest Grunlte. Pamnia iinuirino1 inoiuiments from the best granite will please give me a. call, prices extremely reasonable. U. ii. iiuuunt.Ti. Winter Aile. n.i.lu iiia r:rauii intra. Ramhos. ptc.. lle- livereil at your doors for ate. per bushel. Address me on postal stating quantity wuntwl. A. F. Whitukiht, mt Isova- u Tt,viiuonf Hull's Hnir Kpnewpr nro- motes the growth of the hair, and restores its natural color aim oeauiy, trees uu sralp from dandruff, tetter and all im purities. For Sale. Second hand eoods. One hard coal base burner "Splendid," one Stewart's cook stove, two bedsteads, and a single bedstead. All m goon conuiuon aim will be sold for a little money. ; . 40) ,1. C. ijyek, raiK itouse. Tim univuranl nrevalplice ot BCrofllla is a fact well known to physicians. The tl.nt Ima liithprtn nrnvpil a U111V llirmviiiu ii..v i'---;-, specific for this dreadful complaint is Ayer 8 sarsapanna, which expem eieij irprin of nnisnn from the blood. You can- ........ . not DCglll lO use n too mnm. Land for Snle T...i Imn.lrail mill 01 Y nCTPa Of 000(1 ,niiiiiiv. ... " - - - n Inm l.iml attllfl toil In t.hp ennntv of Oscp- i fii,lmi. well timlipred and wpll tnu, iinviii6M -- wUered; near railroad, school and mills. For sale cheap or exenange ior iauu in Lorain county, tmio. w .ii.n.auTi.irir. Wellington, unio. l111 LOOK IIKKE! Wa nan intaroat. vnn in Fountain Pens it yon will call and examine our stock, f lu nuna ui ii writn t.lin first time, thev touch the paper. We have a large assort ment to select irom aim eveiy pen is wui' rontcil. J- w- Houghton. August 7, lSitu. iw llHlthnore & Ohio U. K. rir Cmtiinilinr 91 and Oetobpr 2 tllfl Baltimore & Ohio Railroad will sell tiiMlay excursion tickets to points in Virginia on me iiarper reiry , luuc Branch, south of und Including Win chester, at a rate oi one nire ior ine round trip, plus 1. ' Excursion tickets will also be sold to points in the West on I 111 ...! in tliA Siviltll SCpienill'T -1 mill V yvai in mo k, on October 2 at very low rates. The Great BANKRUPT SALE OF The entire stock of LAUNDON, WINDECKER & CO. Will continue tor ft sLort time longer. $50,CC0.00 "Wortli OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE. At Bankrupt Sale Prices. Mr a. H. l Niakern Salt Rheum fin fnv linnHa Affnn fiiiafl m. in affin wnrlr. Wljen I took two bottles ot Hood's Sarsaparllla Sarsa-parilla Mood 's LEGAL NOTICE. 11 C Horr. who resides In Philadelphia, I'.! W 8 It rr, who reside In luluth, Mlnn.s und W M. llorr. wlm.se residence U unknown, will l ke notice that Sarah A. llorr. Hdmlnls rrntrlx of the estate of K. A. llorr. deceased, on th lh day of September A. 1. lwfi. liled her uetlt "n In the Probate Court within and lor the oiitity of Iioraln and Btate ot Ohio, al-le-inK that t he personal estate of said deee Z 1 1 nVunii'lent to pay h i debts and tho c" Im lie o ad nlni-terlPB his estate; that ha o'Vd selrcU In fee simple ot the following llMcrlbcd real estate situated la the County of of llur on and State ot Ohio and Known as be S " a1 belnit tn theUreen- ISnran Col Snt, "rrd. . WW.. Vjats. Vol. 2 Ulirnn w uH Km nir mini a w '.r "iK . : i u. v InKA llorr on Vl d daV t Oetoi.er, A. 1). Ss rorrteu' n V3. 44 P P. Huron County ri.nrit of deeds. 10 WHICH 1 reenrns oi iin.ua, mortuiiuB iinnn nVot vM preinls-'s for the payment of said dTh.Tr!l oTOt aiw Vn-ntlouod will fur. Jlitt person" ,"'". ,.., n,,it rl d"( n rnt.: aid Pe-iilon. and that ffi are renul ed to answer the same or bo- - the ir.th day ot 0.-toher A. IkWih. Tin" SAHARA. I.OI Attwaey. Admlnlstrutilx Blorewld. lllir Four itoute. irn.nl T rutnu i.f Vren and Accpnted ,11 (lll'l U,"iv - " - . Masons of Ohio, at Springfield. 0., Octo ber 22 to 2i. tme iare roumi uip, gum Oct. 22 and 23, returning until Oct. 25. Epworth League Fifth General Dis trict convention at Dayton, 0., October 22 to 21. One rare round inp, Roing iti. 21 and 22 nnd returning Oct. 23. T'..l.m Votornn T.pcrion of tllfi United States, Buffalo. N. Y., Oct. Ki-lfi, one fare for round trip - going Oct. 14th and returning unui uci. iin, iuciumivo. Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons (W.in nf Mnrinoflolil. O.. Oct. 22-24. IIL Will", uv u..ui,... ' . a-, , Ono fare round trip, going Oct. 22 and .. a 1 . r..l OT. A at tir irn,n n a;, reiuruiiin uei. " ized bodies of twenty-five or more goin( and returning Oct. 23, only one cent per nine eacn way. Wheelinir & Luke Kiie. Central Ohio fair, Orrville, Oct. 9, 10 and 11. Excursion rates each day of fair. One fare, returning limit, Oct. 12. For tne Cotton States and International Exposition at Atlanta. Ga., low exctir n fiuvfl limit from (lav of Hale; also, limit to Jan. 7, 'Wl, different rates. Seo ageut tor parucuiars. WW the flesh had all healed r.rt nnd tho skin had become taffy? J imootlt and my hamU ", have been p,!ifuetly wcllslace. Mas. K. F. XiSKKKV.Dolavan.'Wls. Hood's Pills aro safe, harmless, sura. t'.aiHBiHawi wz com We Repair Bicycles . . . will viid 3 cfiit mump utnt naiirnnM ir Mvorm young prs4Hii Mpecting to einr micli a ichool. wa Drill iiihii you ivw, n vmihwimim.m w M...vtl uicmiiIb. AililrftHH i.T. Henderaon, Prln., Box 333, Oberlin, a Applet. TT... tr. Tiiirnlinuail lnrcfi miantitieS of ..i, ... I., linrnn nnil Krlft Counties. 1 will later on forward several car loads to this place to supply home demand, ine quality of tne appies is um ucm iimi no have had for several year$, and tho prin cipal kinds that will be brought here Will le HIllllWlllS, uieruiUKn, jviiin, etc. I will also have a car load of first class cider, and orders can be left with E. T. Robinson. Notice of Appolutmnt. ........ wnii.im fimltli. rieeeimeil. ' .1.......1 k.iu. i,wn iimiiilntert nnd .A ,1.1 !! u....iiinr nl llieilt:itH ftV William Siiiltli. late of Wellln'iiton, Uruln County, de- C7ateil this l".th dliy of September. A. 1). 1W5 .1,1 I K i.i 1', Smith, 4,1 Jmks Uki;m. Dr. Price's Cream Faking Powder Aric'' Osli MeJil Midwintct Fair, btn rriuiciK SuTosoriTse Now for the Enterprise. $1.00.. a. year. Down Go the Prices Of Harihvood lumber, Fence posts, Sidewalk ma terial and wood. "VVe must dispose of all the stock now on hand with in the next THIRTY DAYS and to do this we are cutting prices on everything, and if you are going to want any thin;? o-ive us a call. The Wellington Lumber Co. No matter how badly damaged. ; If you break your frame, handle- bars, spokes, or anything about your : wheel, send it to us. We re-bend handle-bars in any style. Tableware, store trimmings, watch es, and jewelry, gold, silver and nick el plated at down prices. NEW LONDON SPECIALTY CO., New London, 0. - For a short time we will sell hran at $14.00 per ton. Our own make. Famous Flour 95c. " Wellington Milling Co.