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WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 16P6.
1:: f : if. v. a. IT II 9i r i; 1 1-. 1' IT i " i to: i' - I i'' " THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. SMITH, Prop. Wellington, Ohio. WASHINGTONXETTER. A Meekly Ku.lR.-t of Interesting New. from the CbjiIUI. lv.cmvr.Tnv .TulV 17. It 19 OUOnlV stated in Washington that the populists demanded the promise nttwo pmcw ,.. mnQt nn.i other natronase as the Entered att7.e postofflce at Welltncton as price of the 6upport of Bryan and Sewall -oond-ciass matter. by the populists convention wim u win - be held at St. Louis next week, nisoe TSS -S. . ha.UnK over this demand that oeYear ,n r,,lin nrntninent wtmlists have been 25 talking as though there redoubts AdTortisliiK live cents per uue, c." aD0Ut Uie action 01 uiu ot. " . . muHu unnWIl j. Ill linM tion. The silver party which o O..nvontiin at the same time and place also demands the promise of a cabinet 18W. nnsition as the nrice of its support, and rim imn iiomand has been made in be half of the bolting silver republicans. Bryan can very safely make tnese or any nfhor nrnmiiw. as thoro is no probability that ho will ever be in positiou to be called upon to make them good. AHl.nmrh Mr. Cleveland in strongly op- rmuml trt M.O llnnllHstS ticket 8Ud plltt- m . n,i,.irrA nnvpTilinn. if he has 11)1 111 VI ILIC M'H6" v". . Thpwisilomof keeping drilled soldiers on his wav ti,re will be a good democratic hand becomes more apparent every year. tickefj;ut in the field, which is the very .HadthemayorofClevelandeaiiedupoiitiie thing that the supporters or me cryau governor at me oegniumg m uicnii.no aI1(1 seWan are nopws 1o . Space una Column tune. - m application WELLINGTON', 0., JULY DO ltEI'lIBLICAS TICKET. For 1'resldent, AVM. McKlNLKY, Of Ohio. For Vice President, GARRET A. HOIIAKT, HI New Jersey. th Rrnwn Hoistinit Works for the mill riatlmre would doubtless been no trouble. Thft noli are as a rule too sympathetic to perform effective service, therefore at the beginning of every strike the sol ,liprs should be ordered out to see that order is preserved. Men are at liberty to leave the service, but not to defy the law Mr. J. II. Turner, secretary of the pop ulists national committee seems disposed to "rub it in" on the gold democrats, if one may judgo by the language he uses in a statement issued this week, urging nrmnllsts to endorse the Chicago ticket i . , , Ho starts the statement and nlatforui, ... . !i. - ..tln. Tlft FAflllU IBHClUOWMH.ll uu J Willi tlUS POSlUVe aSHUlUUU. J.11G IMUI. in attempting to intimidate others from . . , . . uemocratic national convention taking their places. Had the troops been flt Chicag0 is undoubtedly the triumph called out at the beginning of the (lis cful strike at Chicago in 1804 the taxpayers in Cook county, Illinois, would have been relieved of tuo payment oi ai least $20,000,000, which will have to be paid as damages for property destroyed. Rpimtnr PcfTer has returned to Kansas to look over the Held with a view of mak ing an effort to secure a re-e tectum ioi no rs h(j ,mg M with the .enate. He gmned his first elec ion with ' n cannot be sue- . l.n n.tiiii tin ma lai'iii unui. . . of populism," and follows with others iust as irritating, because of tlieir trutn fulness. For instance: "The democratic party at Chicago to all intents and pur- nnsps substituted the populists piatiorm for the old platform that the party has been usinir for years." and this: air Brvan. the nominee of that convention is a man who fits its platform. For more to -get the government to issue money and loan it to his constituents at the rate of two per cunt, interest, the government to acceDt in turn a mortgage on real es tate for security. Whiskers failed to get his fellow members of the senate to give attention to tho bill and alter making two spread eagle speeches upon the sub ject abandoned it. cessfully denied that the principles ad vocated by the populist party have cap tured the democratic party." Kepuim cans will aid in giving will aid in giv ins Mr. Turner's statement as wide circulation as possible, believing that it will make votes for McKinloy and lion art The Cleveland Leader suggests that the divorce laws be made uniform in the I'nited States and territories. This is a valuable suggestion, but to refer the matter to coneress. we are inclined to think would interfere with the rights of states. As an introductory we would suggest that tho governors of the states and territories be ernpowored by the zeneral assemblies to appoint a commit- e of three from each state to be clothed with authority, meet in conference and to frame divorce laws to be submitted to the general assemblies for consideration. Tho republicans who understand the troncrrnnhv of the rnilinaicil RV6 fearful chat the silver men are spreading over too much territory for the McKinley force to' surround them. Klyria Demo crat. The Democrat man should not worry about the silver men closing in upon us. Our lines spread from ocean to ocean and from the lakes to the gulf. Presideut Ingalls, of the Big Four, de clared for McKinley. Mr. Ingalls 1ms nearly 20,000 employes under his control and they doubtless will to a great ex tent follow the president in a measure in a political way. The opening exercises of the centen nial celebration, were opened yesterday. The city never does anything on the half way plan, so that the people can expect everything first class from beginning to Close. Owincrtothe unusual amount of oil that is being pumped in the western counties of the state, it has now caused an overproduction, nd employes have been dismissed and works closed. The proceedings of the populist con vention now in session at St. Louis are beinir watched with considerable inter est. We predict that that will indorse the Chicago platform and nominees, E. V. Debs, the manager of the lost cause in Chicago two years ago, is op posed to the free coinage of silver. Debs does occasionally get oil the right side of things. It is claimed that Bryan is a member of the A. P. A. order. If this be true the electors in the catholic church will see that he is turned down at the polls Our Loveil One No place this side of heaven is more conducive to happiuess than home. When mankind was m innocence and purity, paradise was his home; since his fall by sin. home is man s paradise on earth How the happiness of tins earthly par adise is enlarged by the coming of those who are of paradisical purity, and how the ioy is enhanced by their development as they begin to look up into the faces of their parents and say "papa" and"mam ma;" and in a short time they express their Ideas in other words, all of which is of the mo3t Intense interest to the fond parents Then it is that we look Into the future calculate the years, plan for comforts and necessities, and the parental heart thrills with joyful anticipation in the contemplation of the place in the world which the loved one will some time sue cessfullv ocennv. But strange providences often await ns. True Is the provero, "Man proposes, but God disposes." By the intervention of a great many things, and especially of death, all our plans are thwarted.and our fondest anticipations are undermined We try in vain to solve the' problem. Why was it our loved one? Why was it not some poor waif, some street urchin who has no home, with no one to love him? In vain we question man, earth or sky But hold! There is yet left us one more source. Can Revelation afford any comfort? Let us see: "For we know that all things work together for good to them that love God." What! Can this be true? Can the loss of our loved ones be for good? Truly, we know by this same word that they are safe: but where is the good to us? Now the words come, ' "Only believe; be not afraid.' Then from the depths of our wounded hearts we cry, "Lord I believe; help thou mine unbelief." Soon it seems as it the skies are openingand within our being -into our very souls there falls a peace that is unspeakable, and we have the as surancethat "He is able to keep that Hint we have committed unto him aeainst that day." Bnt what have we committed unto Him? Our time and talents, ourselves and friends, and our loved ones all in His committal. We rest safely, and, while our hearts bleed, yet we have peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. Gospel Banner. EUROPEAN LETTER. An Intei-eatlng Letter from Our Forelcn Correspondent, Rome. Italy. July 7. A visit to the Catacombs is one of tho inevitable duties of the traveler here, no matter how little time he may find for anything else. -It is indeed of unfailing interest to all sorts and conditions of tourists, from the student of history or the archeologist to the man who is "doing" Europe in five weeks, and who decides to give forty- eight hours to the eterual city. The lat ter, it is true, is disinclined to wasto time on the Catacombs, being undor the impression that we have mines and tun nels in America which are as interest ing and more practical; but becomes because some one has told him that they must be seen; nor does he feel that his time has been wasted when he returns. First there is a drive along the Via Ap- pia, where careful eyes may find some of the original stones, placed long before tho era of Christianity. Even the un imaginative must think of the feet that have passed over them from triumphal pro cessions of Caesar and Titus to the weary tramp of fettered slaves, not to mention tho distinct vision that arises of the little group of disciples who went to meet Paul as far as Appii Forum and the Three Taverns, and came back with him to Rome. Then when you have reached the garden that surrounds the entrance to the Catacombs of St. Calixtus (there are several rivals, but this is the most popular) you climb down into the dark passages, you decipher the inscriptions made by the early christians who found ahidding place here; you gaze at the spot where the body of gentle St. Cecilia was found with its severed neck; you lis ten with rising hair to the story of the tourist who was separated from the rest of his party, and who wandered helpless ly in these miles of labyrith for days: and who was never found again, or ac cording to some versions, was finally dis covered in an imbecile condition. This is always related, and makes you clutch your waxen taper more tightly and follow closely the footsteps of the guide until you emerge blinded into the outer light. It is a relief to come back to safe common places; to buy chocolate from the Trappist monks and talk to the two or three who are allowed to break tfceir vow .of silence, and who appar ently enjoy the privilege, conversing vol ublv in several languages and on any topic. One of these (he has a face that might have been a model for Carlo Dol ci is known as the "Beautiful Brother" among the gushing American girls and they esteem it a great favor to have him for their guide in the subterrannean pas- snires, On the way back the driver always stops at a little church and explains that this is something that you must not miss seeing. You collect your few Italian words and inquere what is the attract ionthe building is small and looks, al most as much like a wayside inn as a place of worship. This is the church of "Domine Quo Vadis," and here, accord ing to ecclesiastical tradition, on one oc casion when Peter's courage failed him and he was fleeing from Rome, Christ met him on the way. "Where goest thou Master?" ask Peter, whence the name of the cnurh. "To the city, to be crucified again, in thy stead," was the answer. The apostle returned at- once, to suffer martyrdom, and the place of the vision is commemorated by . the impress of Christ's feet on tho stone -much tho same story that is told in other count ries of Mohamed and of the angel Gab riel. In this case however, incruedulity is excusable. The stono is uncovered (after you have paid for the privilege of seeing it)with much formality and rever ence; there are the two feet, but the ob servant can distinguish the marks of toenails, leaving one to infer that the bungling artist designed the nails on the bottom of the feet. Another chapel, further out, on the supposed site of Paul's execution, Is called the church of the Three Fountains. A bare-footed friar explains that as the head of the apostle fell from the axe, it rebounded three times. At every spot where it touched the earth a spring of water arose. If any skeptic doubts this piece of history, the ingenuous monk soys, with an exprespive gesture, "But do you not see tho springs I T& In combination, proportion and process Hood s barsaparuia is peculiar tn itself, ami uneamillcd in true merit. No other medicine ever possessed so much curative power, or reached bucIi enormous sales, or mane such won flnrfnl r-nres. ns Hood's Sarsanarilla. Tt is lindnnbfpdlv tho best medicine ever mado to purify, vitalize and en rich the blood. That is the secret of its success. Kead this statement: " When my son was 7 years of age, he bad rheumatic fever and acute rheuma tism, which settled In his left hip. He was so sick that no one thought there was anv helD for him. Five sores broke out on his thigh, which the doctor said were crof&ala sores. We had three different doctors. Pieces of bone came out of the sores. The last doctor said the leg would have to be cut open and the bone scraped, before he could get well. Howard became so low that he would eat nothing, and one doc tor said there was no chance for him. " One dav. a newspaper recommending Hood's Sarsaoarilla was left at our door. We decided to try this medicine. Howard commenced taking nine iasi oi reoruary, . , . J Biter naving ueeu bivh iuc jrem nuu a Ib lisss & Ids If you are in search of COMFORT you should buy PALMER'S PER FECTION HAMMOCK. For there is more real solid comfort embodied in. a ham mock than in any other other article of equal cost. And we are selling these goods one-third under value. A Good Hammock for 43c. Cored half. He hadn't taken It a week before I saw that his appetite began to improve, and then he gained rapidly. I gave him five bottles, when the sores were all healed and they never broke out again. The tmitftliaa ha liari nupri fni fntip VPflrH WAra laid aside, as he had no further use for them. I give an tne credit to tioocrs ar saparilla." Mrs. Ada h. Moody, Fay Street. Lvnn. Mass. This and many similar cures prove that .lt Waists tally Beta Unr n n nj IniOOdS Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood l'urlner. All druggists. $1 Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass Among the popular new weaves in Wash Goods, we are showing many patterns of Organdie Suisse, Lapellettes, Chif fonettes, Vivette Batiste, Punjaby Cashimere, Mona Silk and many others, which you can buy at manufactures' prices. Prepared only by C.I. Hood SCO., Lowell, Mass. - cure uver ins; easy to Hot Weather Prices in Every Department HOOd "lHS teke.eaay to operate. 25c. Bran Per Tonf II Ceo. T. Biggs and Co. WELLIHQTOH MILLIM CO ELYRIA, OHIO. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. At Wellington, In the State of Ohio, at the close of buslneai, July 14, 18. RESOURCES. Loans and dlsconnu 1W,834 M Overdrafts, secured and unsucured 41M ft U. S. Bondsto secure circulation..; M.UOUOO Banklnn-houso, furniture, and fixtures... Ul.OJOOO llt.hi.r rnnl nutate and mortCHires owned. .. 6. (WO 28 Due from approved rescrvo agents 17,!133 71 tbocksand other cash Items Notes of other national banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and cts. Lawfix monky rxsibvi in hank, viz: Specie $.-1,615 90 Lenal-tcnder Motes 3,719 0) Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, ( 5 per centof circulation) MKT . i m ura.yiri; ra nnB- I YOU WILL MAKE S3 91 72 00 139 15 9,3111 DO 825 00 US! New Bureaus, 9 TcKi Totai i an, 616 iw LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In $100,000 00 surplus Fund 14,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes nald... 1.1IU81 National Bank Notes outstanding Si, 500 00 Due to other National Banks 1,523 63 Individual deposits subject to chuck 126,023 51 Demand certificates of deposit 1,799 34 Total $267,616 29 atnto tit nhln. nnntvnf T.nrnln. bh: I, W. Cushion, Jr., Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the bestof my knowledge and belief. vv. lAJOiii'Jii, .in., .nHiiiei. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2IkI, dny of July IBM. J.T. Hasibll, Notary Public. COltBICT ATTE1T. C fi Wnvn 1 0. P. Chapman, Directors, 8. K. Warner. 1 m .V m i rT'ti " Secretaries. " Bedsteads, " Chairs, " Wash Stands, and in fact all that to tipw in flip Hup nf fe?J furniture on the mar- iW ket. Call at our when you order groceries from The Brini Grocer?. We keep on hand a full line and Major McKinley says tJi.it the wur of 'OI was for tlio preservation ot the un ion, and tho political battle of lfo will be for the preservation of our credit. The boy candidate on tho democrat ticket has been making some speeclies within the past week. President Cleveland does not appear to be worried over tlio censure he received. At the convention in Cliicago his picturo was turned face to the wall. The bicycle shops liave about u!l closed doors in order to prepare new de signs for the comlog year. The Fuct tlmt Doctors i4V0rmm1t.lv advlHR rlin.ni of air and cli mfttH to those sufferine from catarrh Is nronf that catarrh is a local and cli matic disease, and not a constitutional nffuptlnii. ThnmforA. unless vou can af ford to leave home and business, you can ... , j 1 , 1 1 n T) . 1 ... linu tne rpmeoy in riy s renui uunu Applied directly to the seat of the (lis onan it. nflWta mutant, relief and a sntis factory cure after short continuance. No mercury nor injurious drug is conuuueu In the balm. oi cents, ah nruggisis. V'm. TleM. of IVtrilt, Mlril., Thv,e pdvi'iUKfii.Mit h iii'i'nr or th I'Iiik rniri'li I'l.ato i?1iik I'o. iitiueiirx in onr column. ni'.Il conniimn tho other branches of bin Klima IiuMiims, aua prill be pleased to have your orders. Freo Pills. address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and pit a freo sample of Dr. King's New hife Pills. A trial will convince you oi tneir merits. These pills tro ewy In action and sre particularly effective in the cure of con ftipntloii and sick hoHtlache. For ma lum and liver troubles iney nave ien proved invaluable. They are guar anteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, bnt by itivlng toneto stom. a. h and bowels greatly invigorate tho system. Regular hize 2oc. per box. Sold by W. i' Near & Co., druggists. 4 All Tree. Tlioi-c who have used Dr. King's New Discovpi v know its 'value, and thope who have not, have now tlm opportuni ty t" try It Ire". Send your uamo and address tn II. E. liuekleu & Co.,Cblca Kit, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Liiu Pills tree, us well ss a copy ot Guide lo Health and Household In structor, free; tall "f which Isgusran t.l tn il.i vnii srond and cost vou nolh Ing. Call and get n trial bottle free at W. F mar & Co s tli ug store. i Tlio Heat Couith Cure is Shlloh'a Cure. A neglected cough Is i li i 1 11. ot. 1 dangerous, mod it in once wnu biuioh b Cure. Ivor sate ty w. Adams. a Just What's Needed Wvnlnima t.hnnannda nf nnnnln. who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season oi me year, aim wuo mtve nuieu tlm mippfuia nf tlm medicine in fivmp them relief from that tired feeling, wan- Inrr onnntita anil atntA nf pxt.ramn py- naustion aner ciose connnemeiu oi u long winter season, the busy time at- Tamlnnr. nnnn a Inrcn and nrpHsinc busi ness during tllO the spring months and with vacation timo yet some weeks dis- tanno Tt. la tlinii flint ttm lini IdinoMin powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are fully appreciated. It seems perfectly adapted to overcome that prostration caused by change of Reason, climate or life, and while n tones ami sustains tne system, it punuea uuu mantra vuo uiuvu. TJcrhtninc Vpptahlfl Liver Pills entire ly cured me when I was suffering almost death with the costive piles. William .... i nr Tr i nr tt i Caudllie, liuniow, rv. va. u. rr. nougu-ton. Settled. Mr T.. V. Knrth. editor. Snrincrfleld.O.. Alder; says; "Lightning Hot Drops is a splendid remeoy tor cuts, uiuus, ui uihbb, DnniHj uti. Tt, in also most valuable in DVUSlll7 V IV. - summer ills of all kinds, relieving and . . i. i i i i curing acute swumcu uuu uuwm uouuius of almost every description, and we ii. w iir tr u heartlv recommena it. j. . uuugii ton. I had violent pains caused by disor ders of tho stomach, and Lightning Hot Drops cured me when other remedies failed. LouisSamuels.ScottSt., Youngs town, 0. J. W. Houghton. Word comes from all quarters that the neatest and most sulisfiicio' y uye lor col oring the beard a brown or black ia Buck' Ingham's dyo for tne whiskers. , iei'fit,oii Klre. t vena nnrvons. tired.ii ritable and cross Kail'a Clover it .. Vu ..u mudo me well, and happy. Mis. J:. i!. Warden. For st.lc by IS. V Adam i. 2 store and get it. We have it and at reason- !l able prices. thrf taple Fancy Groceries Th? Best Brands of Flour and Tea Unr n (Inn flavored tea T can ffiM von a better article for the money than any other house in tho town and I know whereof 1 speak. If you like a sweet uncolored Japan tea I can give you one mat win pieime you Coffee. Rrankfnut. id annilnri with a nofir CUD of coffee. Yon will not be troublod in that way if you buy your coffee at l. a Floitr. Tf vnnr nr nnrticular and like broad that is sweet and will stay moist do not take any but the crystal hiour. T. S. TUCKER, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Mr. C. C. Breckinridge, of 028 Fifth St., Louisville, Ky., says: "Being a suf- furor frnm nuvnrn ramnfl. T tried Litrht- ning Hot Drops which gave instantane ous relief I regard it as a most valuable remedy, and most lieartly recommend it. j. it. nougniou. Mra. George Swartz, Park Hotel, Vnimmitown. Ohio, savs: "I used Light ning Hot Drops for a servero case of cramp, and while other remedies failed to help me, Lightning not urops anora ed me relict. J. vt . uouguton. of FineTaMeDelicaciBS Special attention given to. Best Canned Goods and Evaporated Fruits. We buy only the best o goods. We carry the best Teas and Coffees the market affords. Careful attention given to all orders. Goods promptly delivered. Tin HTMUE SOLICITEB. The Brink Grocery. P. S. Brink, Manager. Telephone 521. New Lniimlrj. Th" new laundry is now open and ready for bigness. New machinery, new uvi'iVses. Keinember we collect aii;l de- ii.. .. t . r ii D.ii i . liver your iHumiry. lion i tail to give us a call. Yours tor business. Stab Laundry. C. A. Bcsn, Pro.