WEDNESDAY, JU LY 22, 1896.
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1, Vllll'll Vnill'llllKMMl lfK.
No mun .-hosiM lu-cvn.e fii"i'U'Jci'. I"
mit-e "iii' ask.J lim for money due on an
an'cuiit. I f the dehtor has the cash anil
is so ili-i.ct'il llif ol. ligation can lit' pall,
otherwise !l wi'.l not In- pa ill on demand.
This ivi'trs to any traiisiiction Hm on
credit ;;iii! ll.t- deMor should nhvir s pro
tect his I'l'-.Ut I y prompt pinmv.-it v.hei.
convenient, mill not allow Lis hontvty of
purpose to W ii'.i'Slioneil.
A 'ntli'inau in W'ooster sets up the
chiini of having two sisters whn sir. not
iu anv way related to each other. Tlie
entli-ninn's father hail u daughter 1
his first wife. The wife died nnd he
nmrried again, leaving one son, the
fjentleinan in (jiiestion. His father died
and his mother married the stcand hus
liauil, one (laughter heing the result ol
the union. Each of the daughters is, of
coiiise, it l.-ilf sister to the sou, but there
is no bond of blood relation between tin
two sisters. - Cambridge Herald.
It is said the old Suuthville norma
school is to be resurrected. The build
ing and grounds have bei-n purchased b;.
the citizens and will be remodeled and
be given improvements never possessed
before. -Lodi Review.
The conviction 'last Friday of J. U.
(lawn of arson on both counts of the in
dictment for burning and attempting to
burn a school house, comes in the nature
of a surprise to scores of people iu the
county, and especially iu Klyria, who
had been told that "there was nothing in
the case," and that either a verdict of
acquittal or a disagreement would he
the result of the trial. Due largely to
sympathy tor Mrs. fiawn and his respect
able relatives this report gained credence
and hundreds of people hoped that his
innocence would be established, and
their wishes, instead of their judgment
based upon facts, were the foundation
for their opinions. Affadavits were filed
by the attorneys charging misconduct of
a juror as a reason for asking for n new
trial. Counter affadavits will be filed,
to disprove the charges and to show that
there are no grounds for making the
Judge Nye sentenced Wm. Hamilton,
of Wellington, Monday, to rtvo three
years in the penitentiary for illicit re
lations with a girl tinder ace. The girl
is fourteen years old and a step-daughter
of the prisouer, who pleaded guilty
to the grave charge.
.The subject of this sketch, Paul B.
Herrick, was bora in Oswego county,
N. Y., October 8, 1821. In the year
1837 he came with his' parents to
Loraiu county, Ohio. In 1842 he again
removed to Brown county, Indiana. Here
in 1S-13 ho married Sarah W. Sampson
with whom he lived happily until her
death. March 22, 18'JO. Ia 1848 he re
moved to St. Joe county, Michigan and
j.. in tnri:ml to Indian iu 1850 locating
in Porter county. In 1KH0 he removed to
r.iikc countv and to Newton county in
tvi'2. In ISM he came went and located
in Ihtes county. Missouri. In 1871 he
came farther west and located inPottowa
tomie county where he has resided until
his death July 1, ISM. He was the fath
er of eight children, two of which sur
vive him, T. W. Herrick and Mrs. Ella
Allen, wife of B. J. Allen, of this place.
Father Herrick was a member of the M.
K. Church for nearly fifty years and
tor quite a number of years was a lay
preacher and exhorter. He was fearless
and earnest proclaimer of t'.ie truth, a
consistent and conscientious christian.
In the dark days of the late rebellion his
voice was often heard in defense of his
nation and his prayers were for its de
fenders. We have lost the old gentlemen,
but his christian faith and his honorable
name ho has left as a legacy to his pos
terity. He is now free from pain and
sorrrow and feebleness. I ask no better
inscription to be written over my grave
than could so truthfully lu placed over
his. "Ib'.'o rests a co-id man." He was
buried on Julv 2. at Huff's school house.
A large concourse of frienls followed the
remains to their last resting place. - Ex
The deceased was a brother of our fel
low townsman, T. R. Herrick.
The date is August 17, for one week.
Instructors: Sunt. Trudley, of Youngs-
town; Supt. R. II. Kinnison, of Welling
ton; and S. C. Harding, of Oberlin. Let
all plan to spend tne week of the in.-ti-
tute at F.lyria.
11. il. x AiwiEU,
Chairman of Ex, Com.
The foilo'vi'ii' letters remain uncalled
for during the week ending July 20:
C. A. Hague, Robert Easton, Mrs.Elvin
Fires, Edward Gardner. J. B. Mithank.
C. W. ARNER, P. M.
Special sale of bicycles at Wights'.
Finest Mends of coffees and best gradi s
of teas at B. Vanator's
A house and barn. Inquire of Wm. II.
H. Sutliff, East Main-st. Mtf
Rooms at Lakeside bv the week or for
the season. Inquire of E. H. Perkius. 32
I.Hililors f r Sale.
A fine lot of ladders for sale cheap.
27ttJ C. W. and W. L. Uemenway.
The Kirk property on South Main street
is now offered for sale at reasonable fig
ures. Inquire of R. N. Goodwin.
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.... 0- iry a can oi liopKui soieuiiieu nmiiioy
The Lorain County Farmers' Institute (Hulled corn). It is delicous. Full qt., 10c.
! .? ill 1. .1.1 ir. fit, .it, I.., IIWWlT- -
Liu k lloxen.
Rnfotr ilonnsit. Imvoa fnr font nr. flin
Home Savings Bank atfl.oOperyear. Gtf
Association will hold its summer meet
ing at the town hall rittsfit-M, on i ties
day. August 4. Prof. J. Fremont Hick
man, agriculturalist at the Ohio Experi
ment Station, Wooster, will give two
lectures and papers will t-e read by
home talent.-- Elviia Republican.
The two young men Arthur Myers and
Charles Doan, charged with assault on
Postmaster Stranahan, of Litchfield,
were re-arrested under a .new warrant
last Friday charging them with assault
with intent to kill. They were arraingid
before Mayor McClureand released under
a bond of sl.oiKi each. The hearing of
the two cases occurs next Monday. It is
reported that Mr. Strarahnn is improv
ing, y "lii'.a Gazette.
The North l'akota Supreme iv.url on
Friday forenoon of last vivk handed
down a deci-'ion on the a; p'icaii.i;! made
by Pe.ncost's attorney for a re hi'iiii.i.-.r f
the case. The application ii il.'hi- .l V-
the entire bench on the grooud tliat
matter on which the applicati. :.
based hud all been gm.e ov, : ui;
iner hearing in error. There is ':m;
further hope to .-ave the life of IV.
rxcei.i It ::!'!' a! tat'.iP c ivi-rifr Sr
comiiiiiii :;:it.'. ol sentence, l'cli'.i- to i
Unit iffeet are liclng circulated at Vir. j
and otlu r point ; i:i the state.
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The li-'.'. 'cior has recently ma do
large reduc!!.::! in their i-ilice t,w
uuderst;'.::-U:i:.' nnioiig lh' i'.i-cl
were j-or.ie of !!... members oi thr
and nearly i;!l ' '!'!; hav.- l
.Shake Into your Slims.
Allen's Foot Ease, a oowder for the
feet. It cures painful, swole;., smarting
feet and instantly takes the sting out of
corns and bunions. Jt s the arentfst
"iiuifort discovery of the age. Allen's
Foot Eeae makes tieht-flttincr or now
shorn feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, camcs ana not. tired aching
r.-et. Try it today. Sold by all drug-r.i.-ts
at'.d shoe stoics, jiy mail for -'k:
in stamps. Trail package fiy,. Address
Allen S. Olmstod, LeRoy, N. Y.
Splendiil ope. ing for hustling fiales-U'e-u
to represeiil- one of the best old line
life insurance companies in America.
Uood men only wr.r.teil. Addre.-..-', ii-Pi
iiiirfield Buililing, Cleveland, 0.
.;. Wcdiiosday, July 2;i, P-.'.MI, the N,.r-
i u Oiiio K7. vtii run their nomihir
H'iMiiii evcorsein to
.i! d Niagara Fall at the following very
! !uv rales: New i.onil.iii. "j.(;0: Silencer.
y.ifi; a:J Mislin.i, urj.M), v.itli corns-
ro(!i:ct!.i:i from intenaediatv.
A .itumachftil of undigested fond is
itbout as unlicaithy. a i.ii- as one cim
imagine. Vh:;t, can be I ii ; ; with it?
ri.eie il staj. :. J wont iiige,-.t. It churns
up, fernieiits and decayes; (jf-coioes
mum Mas ail putrid "inaner does)
AUeu's Discovery for Piles
"I have tried a score of so-called pile
remedies. Allen's Discovery is the only
cure I recommend to all who suffer as I
did." C. A. Griffin, Brushton, N. Y. Sold
by all druggists, 50c.
Cyclones are liable to strike the town
when least expected and do great dam
age, and the way to make yourself whole
so far as money is concerned, is to pro
cure a tornado policy in a first-class
company at a trilling expense at my
agency. Office in Mai lory block.
Joseph Blnehoweu. '
Sales auctioneered at reasonable rates.
Orders can be left at the Enterprise office,
Wellington, 0. Henry White,
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
and all stocks, cured in 30 minutes by
Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. This never
fails. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist,
Wellington, 0. 16v30
They Always Destroy worms.
"I am pleased to indorse Mother Gray's
Sweet Worm Powders."- -Mrs. Effie Scott,
Thompson, Ohio. Sold by all druggists'
25e. Trial packages sent free. Address,
Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N". Y
After the cyclone passed over a certain
territory about three miles' northwest of
Kreinont.abo'.it two weeks since the
insurance agents for the cyclone com
panies liad calls for several days for cy
clone policies. Wellington has not been
visited yet, but may be at any time. Pro
lection means to protect and you cannot
lie fully protected unless you secure a
cyclone policy. R. N. Goodwin is the
ot tone an
Violinists to examine a few choice violins, uinfdly tchcUd fcr quality
workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case Have also m stock a j
bows, strings in great vaiiety and finest quality, violin Loxes of four or five grades, -music
stands, etc. Repairing and refitting to order.
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing; effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or billious, the most
f;i illil J 1 11 linUH.T lift.,.,. 1W t-'J
it is the best family remedy known and
every iauniy snouiu nave a uome.
W. P. Rock and W. Leghorn eggs for
sale at 50c per 13. Also some fine
roosters of the W. P. Rock strain at 1.
Mrs. W. U. Warren & Son, Wellimrton,
Kor Sale. m.
A few second hand bicycles by Wads
worth Cycle Co at office of II. Wadsworth
A car load of first-class hemlock
shingles just arrived and will be sold
cheap. the Wellington Box Co. 8tf
Wheeling & Lnlte Eric.
Persons desiring to see the pictur
esque part of Michigan should take
a ride over the C. J. & M. railway.
Excursion rates every Sunday. Train
N'o. 2 leaves at 0:31 a. in. No. 5 return
ing arrives at ll:lop. in.
Wheeling & Lake Erie mileage is tho
best that can be secured being good over
Homeseekers' excursion rates to points
west June 1) and 23, July 7 and 21. To
points west. June Hi, July 7, 21, August
1 on, I W S.mtamlinr 1 nml Octoher
ii and 2o! See agent for further particu
lars ana rates.
Vvmirsinn rntpa tn Zonr. Unroll. Lake-
Side and Put-in bay until October 31 oil
all trains. Also Ciiatauqua. Jamestown,
Lakewood until Sept. 30 wit.i returning
limit uct. 31.
Peoples' party national convention,
St. Louis, Mo. One fare round trip July
20 and 21, returning to initial point
Tri-state cycle tournament, Toledo, 0.
Excursion ra'te of one fare July 23, re
turning July 21.
The results attained right here at home
have been marvelous. Hundreds of your
neighbors who have used light's Celery
Capsules are now well. They cure kid
ney, liver and stomach trouble, rheuma
tism, constipation and sick headaches.
Why pay ?l every two weeks for a bottle
of medicine when you can get treatment
nt, 1 cent a day. Wright's Celery Canuls
give H')0 days' treatment for $1.00. Easy
to take.no bad taste, do not gripe, backed
by a bank, to cure you or refund your
money. Sold by E. W. Adams.
Wright's Celery Tea cures oonstipa
ilon, sick headaches. 25c at druggists.
COKKECTED 1'VKnY WEDXKSDAY.
CnirasJ!--Ohio Standard cts.;Fam
!!v Kavorite. 7 cts.
Euttkh Dairy, per lb., 10 cts.
Flour and Feed Flour, per sack, (49
lbs.) $l.C0cts.;CornMeal, perewt., $.80;
Chop, per cwt, Middlings, per
cwt.. .70cts.; rran,pemvt.,;5 cts.; Oil
Meal, per cwt., ($1.20.
Grain Corn shelled), dO cts.j Mieat,
51 cts.; Oats, 18 cts.
General Produce-Eggs, perdozen, fl
cts.; Tallow, per lt., 3 cts.; Hides, per tb.
Hlg Four lloute.
Greatly reduced one way settlers' rates
to points south on first Tuesday each
month. Call on ticket agent for particn
Sunday excursion tickets will be sold
between any two local stations when
regular one way rate is not less than 25
cents or more than 13.50 and trains are
regularly ssheduled to stop at regular
one way rate for the round trip.
People'R party national convention,
St. Louis. Mo., July 22-25, !i, going July
20 and 21, returning till July 27.
Yat.fnnni T,PflfTii of American Wheel
man, Louisville, Ky., August 10 to 15.
uue rare rouna trip, gomt? Aug v uuu iv,
returning until August 18 inclusive.
Young People's Christian Union of the
United Presbyterian Church, Omaha,
Vol. at ir-oi dnn farn round trin.
going August 17 and 18, returning not
earlier than Aug. 24, nor later than Aug.
20. Twenty (lays extension uy uepusu
with joint agent on or before Aug. 24.
International Association Fire Engi-
nra Onlt T olfQ P.itV I'tdh AllC. 10-11.
ii, tin, kjum uuivu v.vj, -" ' rr
flnn fam rnnnil trin froinlT 5tll anil (itll.
returning Aug. 15th or 22nd. Inquire at
ticket office lor imitations, eic.
Sons of Veterans, U. S. A., Louisville,
Ky., September 8-10. One fare round
trip, going September 7-8, returning
until September 13 inclusive.
Centennial celebration, commemora
tive of the founding of the City of Cleve
land, July 22 to September to. One fare
for round trip, good going on date of
sale duly --, -a, ami aukusi i-, mi
tSantnniW ki. Tickets pood to return
for three days, including dat of sale.
On Sunday of each week the B & 0. R.
R. will sell excursion tickets to local
stations at rate of one faro for the round
trip, good going and returning on date
of sale only.
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English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses ; blood spavins, curbs,
splints, sween, ring-bone, stitles.spraius;
all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save
$50 by use ot one bottle. Warranted the
most wonderful blemish euro ever
known. Sold by E. W. Adams, drug
gist, Wellington. HMO
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Curry everything iu their line from the
C. B. SUTLIFF, Local ARcnt.'
'i'.i tliu-i-' wishiti'' tn cronomiAi in full an1 'winter fuel.
A iliyV I.lli-
Mv bal'V had i-r.'i-p i.-
V- Ci:r,-," u i i"---?'
tf-vi'Iv', A'.,i. l-r
will say 1 have the twenty of the West Virginia Poeahoji'.as
Smokeless Coal, This coal is nearly as good as hard cu;il,
Wps a tcfotl iir! over utirht Lurna u clean, no ,slate, 8. one
ior clinkers.. Thl- coal will iwt about So.TS a ton delivered.
I shall he pleaded to fill your order foi' this grade of cod.
1 nlsiM .-'vt ihc n '! ir of ft. Kn 1 niiilitt' of fnl-, t'i'it. will
ntiiv eosi ai.oiiT !.i;i; a tor. t?i'.vcmi. citner in iii'.nace
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Depot, IM lo 124 Ltrnnl 81. W DITKOIT, MICH.
Do ynu know tht l'i.T Oi.aki win nild W wr Ofn
to tliuAiswaraucv of ymir projwrtv, mid only h trltlo
t, 0.ci,stl No other one fYnturp 1 vo ItupvrUuit.
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ISfccial attention given to the undertaking department
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