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WF.TWKSOAY. JU LY 1. 1896.
AYER'S Hair Vigor GROWTH ij. Prevents BALDNESS REMOVES DANDRUFF AND Restores Color TO Faded and Gray HAIR THE Best Dressing LfGROWTHVJ CM and PZ Rncklpii's Arnica Salve .... t-.. ...i tha world for cut. bruises, 8ors, ulcers, salt rheum fever sore, tetter, chapped hands, ch.lbla.D8, corns.aod all skin eruptions, and .posi tively cures Piles or no py requ ' is guaranteed 10 siy pence ..iL-V refunded. Price 25 c per , V W O Ma.!, .V". 1.11 box r or saie oy . r- Notice. Persons desiring to rent village or farm property of a?j kind or an office or business room, anitlio.-o wnoniiy the same to runt, or any one who may ... i.,. i .v T(-n estate o any w 1 b III uuv pvn c. jj kind will lo well to call upon or address (ion. L. Blinn ana get nis ieiu list of properties before aeaimg ...... vii I'.o I ii iii red by perusing the kink of injuries to which n..V.i1.'j .wi.ii.nt, niilicies eranted IMI lilt' iiuuii:. .v....m. r v y the jKtna Life Insurance Co. give the ufM limciuiiivj ' cheapest. Geo. L. Blinn, agent. NOVA. Mr. Murray and daughter, from Mich igan, are visitin;; friends in and near Nova. Mr. and Mrs. T. LI. Richard were at ManstieM. the first of this week, Lee, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Meda l Crittenden, was buried last Wed nesday in the New London cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. B. Moody, of Nova. Services ,.t iha ri.lKiice of the deceased parents. Mhs Cora Snyder, who had been sick for ov.-rnvear with tlmt dread disease, consumption, died last Thursday nt three o'clock, p. m. Funeral services were held at the Union Baptist church, on Saturday, at 11 o'clock, a. m. Rev. W. U. Moody officiating. L. R. Porter, of Wellington, undertaker. ; Interment in the beautiful cemetery at Nova. De ceased was twenty-three years old. v r. Kinliiicrer. superintendent of the public schools at Ferryville. is spending ,,-.. . !.tinn with his parents, at .vva. Prof. T. M. Plank and wife, of Wails wortji, are visiting with her parents, Mr n.i,i Mrs. Geo. Miller, at mis pm Tiuinnblie schools, of Nova, closed a ,.,, I, b.st Frhlav. The school board has again hired the same teachers, Prof. e r. up Adon and Mws liara.iv.p linger, which will make the fourth year or these teachers. The schools are t.o vM under their liiauagement. m,. ,..i Mrs. Duane Richards and Mr ..i vr. W. II. Worst, of Nova, called on friends at Wellington, last Sunday a lien's nlHi.nvurv for rile "I hnvft tried a score of so-called pile i!.. a ii-.i-c nijnnvorv is the onlv T n all wllfl Sllfler BS 1 cure i n iTuiiiiiiriin i" D . , did." C. A. Griffin, tfrusnwn, a. 1. oum by all druggists, ouc. linlilmure Si Ohio. On July 3 and 4 the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad will sell excursion tickets to ...i r.v. cf.iHiuiQ within a radius of UNU limn i pvii.."- i I 4 t 2( Hi miles from starting point, at rate oi nnn fnra rnr t i round U1D. llCM'is win be good for return until July , 18'J(. Tornado 1 imuriuifi'. r.ml.m,a ara iini.hi tn strike the town ...i..... avnifnil ninl ilo treat oaiu- age, and the way to make yourself whole so lar as monoy in cuML-ruicn, a iv cure a tornado policy m a uisiiw company at a trilling expense at my aeeucv. umce in aianoiy in. BUSINESS LOCALS. luf -The- M Gasli Store Itwillpavvou to call and see our goods and compare prices. We do a strictly cash and one price business at lowest possiblo prices. e guarantee our goods as represented in every case or refund your money. Note a few prices: 110 clothes pins uc. Best table oil cloth, Wc yd. Nickel plated sadiron, 90c. $2,130 clothes wringer, $1.70. Best N. N. N. thread, 3c spool. Our prices on laco are such that they must he seen to be appreciated, as also on ribbon, ladies' vests, hosiery, etc. You have heard that we sell hooks and eyes at 1 and 2c card. Come in and see whether or not it is true and also uo con vinced that we will be Leaders of Low Prices. New goods every week. Bee Hive Block. "Wellington. Violinists to examine a few choice violins, carefully sekcUd f cr quality ot tone an workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case? Have also in stock a full assort ment of Violin Trimmings bows, strings in great va.iety and finest quality, violin boxes of four or five grades, music stands, etc. Repairing and refitting to order. w oughton. Big Four ltoute. ppii onn wav settlers' rates to points south on first Tuesday each month. Call on tiCKei age.u ioi iium.u-lars. Relicrious nieetines Linwood park, Vermillion, 0., July 23-Aug. 31. going July U to Aug. di, reiuru liuui v One tare rounu trip. Sundav excursion tickets will be sold i.i,..,.oii mitf twi lnenl stations when regular one way rate is not less than ii ..Aiit.i it n.nru ninn K.t. itini Liiiinn ti u 1111 in 'i iui i' reirularly ssheduled to stop at regular one way rate for the round trip. n....vniont nnior nf Klks. Cincinnati 0.. July 7-'.i. One fare round trip, going Julv 5 mid (1, returning till July 1-. People's party national convention, St. Louis. Mo., July 22-23, 9f, going July oo nmi rnuirnini? nil juiv -i. Young man, go to Ed. Robinson's for fire crackers. For Sale. The Kirk property on South Main street is now ottered lor sine at n--c "b ures. Inquire ot u. . uihiiu. I. nil il for Sile. Forty acres of improved land, well wntpreil. will co cheap. Inquire of E. H.Perkins. t"51" Try a can of Ilopkin's Steamed Hominy (Hulled conn, ii is ' "" '." Ed. Robinson's is the place to get your fire crackers. , Safety deposit boxes for rent at the Home Savings Bank at$1.5Pperyear. btf English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses ; blood spavins, curbs, splints, sween, ring-bone, stif.es.sprains; -ii ....... ii, t.ir.Hitu eonehs. etc. Save till Blli'lllii -'a,. . 1 , A !, uo (if nne bott e. W arranted the most wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold by K. W. Adams, drug gist, Wellington. 1,)V" Wheeling & Lake Krlr. Youn People's Society of Christian y.i...,.."r Wnuliimttiiii. I). C. Kxcur- l-jlliiru,"i, " p ' - , sion rcte ot one fare for round trip, go in July Hh to 7ih. inclusive, returning limit July 13, with privilege of ticket being made limited to return until July 3t. National Educational Association at Buffalo, N. Y., July 7 to 11. Tickets sold Julv and C at one fare for round trip, nieiiibership fee of 2 added, return limit Julv 12. return limit may be renewed with stop oil privilege at Lake Cha tuaqua, N. Y., on return. ReU.i! Clerks National Protective As sociation and Music Teachers' National Association atDenver.Col. One fare round trip plus $2,July 3 and i, return leav ing Denver, July 11 and 12, limit may be extended until July 23. Piir.uw iiiwirinir to see the pictur esque part of Michigan should take a ride over the c. J. m. railway. Vntimial Hnlidny excursion rates of nrm f.irnfiir round trio. Also to all nniou bv wav of ponnectinir lines with In a radius of 200 miles. Tickets sold July 3 and 4, limit, July (5. Ruiiiivnlent. nml Protective order of Elks. Cincinnati. 0. Excursion rate ot one fare for round trip, July 5 and (5, re turning limit July 13. Twmio.-rnt iitional Convention. Chica co. III. One fare for round trip. Tick ets sold July 3d. 4th, 3th and Mi. re turning limit, July 12. mis is uireci line for Chicago. Excursion rates every Sunday. Train No. 2 leaves at ii:31 a. in. No. 3 return ing arrives at 11:10 p.m. Wheeling & Lake Erie mileage is the best that can be secured beiug good over fifty-three lines. Houteseekers' excursion rates to points west June . I and 23. July 7 and 21. To prints west, June Hi, July -1. August 4 and U, September 1 ami U October R and 20. See agent for further perticu lars and rates. Excursion rates to Zoar, Huron, Lake-ri-ie nml Put-in bv until October at on all trains. Also ChntBuqim. Jamestown. I nkewood until Sept. 30 wit i returning limit Oct. 31. Auctioneer. Calaa nil otinnoured nt reasonable rates k.Cl. O 1.HVVH"" " , Orders can be left at the Enterprise office, Wellington, 0. henry nhitb, Spencer, 0 Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs and all stocks, cured in 30 minutes by v,u.u,.nr Snnitarv Lotion. This never fails. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist Wellington, 0. ,jvdu Statistics show that about one in every ten persons is injured or killed by acci dent every year. Accident policies of tin miut nnnrnvpil forms, from $1,000 to $20,000, issued by the Mm Life at the Sppiirpil bv .inwards of 43.(')00.000 assets and over $..,500,000 surplus. lieo. L. Kiinn. ageui. They Alwuyn Dentroy wornm. 'I am nleased tn indorse Mother Gray's Sweet Worm Powders."- Mrs. Effie Scott, Thompson, Ohio. Sold by all druggists" 23c. Trial packages sent free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Home'For Sale. A six year old well bred horse, well broke, single or double and perfectly gentle. Call at this office. Cycloin's. After the cyclone passed over a certain territory about three miles northwest of Kremont.about two weeks since the ;.,omrw.a nfrnlltvj for thft CVClOllO COlll- panies had calls for several days for cy clone policies. Vt eillllglUil MUM mil I'cru v cit.ni vnr nor 10 i oh hi ii 1 1 v nun-. ii to nrotect and vou cannot be fully protected unless you secure a cyclone policy, k. a. uuuumu i mc agent. yrjFU.W. HOUGHTOV Dealer in li Drugs, Medicines, Chemicles, i I ! omos, etc., eiu. ja 1 Perfumery and Fancy Toilet-Articles W I Z. , ,v..r,ot vnl'intl' , til !1 I IMI 11 III! ui im hard and soft rubber goods. Druggist s m buuuries. ffl Phvsicians Prescriptions i - ...... , , a (Jareiully Uompounueu, xr - - PREPARATIONS FOR Great Battle Fresh peaches at E.r.vlby & Hall's. I.ol. An oral stickpin. Finder please leave at this office. TTT-in.v.t Poinrv TVa rures constipa tion, sick headaches. 2c at druggists. Pure Food. Believing that all housekeepers want only fresh gro ceries of the best quality, I have in stock a fine assortment ot the following articles: Teas. Janans. Gunpowder, Young Hyson, English Breakfast, Oolong, English Blends, India, Ceylon. Coffees. Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand, Mochas, Javas, Maracaibo, Breakfast Blend, Rio. Chocolates and Cocoa. Baker's Chocolate, German Sweet Chocolate, Bendorps Royal Hutch Cocoa, Epp's Cocoa, Wilbur's Cocoa Theta. Spices. Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Allspice, Nutmegs, Mace, Pepper, Mustard. Extracts. Lemon, Vanilla. Almond, etc. Sucars-Cut Loaf, powdered, granulated. XC. Maccaroni, Corn Starch, Gelat ne baking powder, raisins, English currants prunes, salmon sardines, uuttuue, ' J?,mni,:n nAuu beans, etfi.. olives, flour, rice, rlnniq rfHlCSU. 8vif I tin n, i ijuniui .,1.1,117.., , f . - Sra roUwl oats, oatmeal, Colonial Health Food, cucoanut, soda, cream tartar a Si rtmcnt of cracker, toilet Boap. laundry soap, blueing, lye, Sopolio, attei,,k',,t0- T. F. RODHOUSE. Prospect-st. Telephone No. 1 U Manufacturer of Pure Baking Powder. OF NOVEMBER 3 ARE ALREADY WELL UNDER WAY. A NEW President of the United States will be ELECTED, AND The New York Weekly Tribune, will, as always, be found in the thickest of the fight, bat tling vigorously for souuil business principles, which will bring prosperity to the nation. The New York Weekly Tribuue is not only the leading Republican paper of the country, but is pre-eminently a national family newspaper. Its campaign news and discussions will interest every American citizen. All the news ot the day, foreign correspondence, agri- , cultural department, market reports, short stories com plete in each number, comic pictures, fashion plates with elaborate descriptions and a variety of items of household interest, make up an ideal family paper. We furnish The Enterprise and New York Weekly Tribuue (both papers), ONE YEAR FOR ONLY S1.25, CASH IN ADVANCE. (The regular subscription price of the two papers is 12.00.) SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. Address all orders to : THE ENTERPRISE Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Tribune t i i, . V- 1. rtl... n...l ...!.. A ...... nf ,t.n V...i, Vni-V IVnilrli Teihi.Tin JPUHUlIlg, .ew mill viiy, una a Miiiiiiii- cwyjr ui mc ri inn nttuj "'uu will be mailed to you. A. C. Q. L. CO Dealers in with Hip blood full of humors, the heated term is all the more oppressive. .. - .1 1. l..nr.L. llT (ilveltie sysieni a iihmimik" tininmus with Ayer s Mtrsaparuin umi u nunr tve, r Avm'ii Pills, and vou will enjoy summer as never before in your life. Just try mis ior once am. juu mu uui repent it. For Sale. v P. Ttnrk nnd W. Lechorn etrcs for sale at 50c per 13. Also some fine roosters ot the W. P. Rock strain at $1. Mrs. W. U. warren & son, Wellington, 0." 20tf Finest blonds of cuflVw aud best grades to teas at B. Vanator's Special sale of bicycles at Wights. For Sale. a four aiwnnil linnd hieveles bv Wads worth Cycle Co at office ot II. Wadsworth iXbon. Iloiiilock Stilii'leH. A car load of tirst-class hemlock stiinHi's hist arrived and will be sold cheap. The Wellington Box Co. fctf THE MARKETS. COimrCTED EVERY WE nXESTiAY. Cheese Ohio Standard cts.; Fam ily Favorite, 7 cts. . . BUTTER Ihiirv, per lb., 10 cts. Fi.orn and Feku Flour, per sack, f It lbs.) $1.00cts.;CornMeal, perewt., $.80 ; Chop, per cwt.. Middlings, per cwt.. $.70cts. ; Bran, perewt-.tio cts. ; Oil Meal, per cwt., ($1.-0. GRA.IN Corn shelled), 30 cts.; Wheat, OS cts.; Oats. 18 cts. General Produce Eggs, perdozen, lo cts.; Tall. w, per !!.,3 c.s.; Hides, per lb. CIS. VON Furniture Carry everything in their line from the to the C. E. SUTLIFF, Local Agent. fall and winter fuel, .. -n t fiw. om.nr nf thfi Wfist lrffiuia rocahontas Will SilV IVgV.iV-jr o . . 1 is nenrlv as ?ood as hard coaJ, keeps a -ood fire over night, burns up clean, no slate, stone or clinkers. This coal will cost about $3.75 a ton delivered. I shall U pleased to fill vWir order for this grade of coal. I also Lave the agency of a No. L quality of coke that will only cost about $1.00 a ton delivered, either m furnace or base burner sL". C. E. Suutliff. Special attention given to the undertaking department