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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPEISE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897.
e it i. t : jr.- ' -I n TIME TABLES. BIO FOUR. West. No. 19 9:09 a. m. Col.Cin.Ind. & StX. No. 322:36 p. m. Daily St. L. Exp. No. 275:20 p. m. Col. Ex No. 37 10:00 p. m. Daily Col & Cin Express. No. '51 10:58 a. m. Local Freight. No. 2511:28 a. m. Sunday Only. ' East. No.-28 5:08 a. m. Daily Col & Cin. Ex. No. 268:17 a. m. Galion Ex. No. 30-11:47 a', m. Daily Col. Ind. & St L. Exp. No. 6. 3:58 p. m. Daily Col & Cin Ex. No. 245:20 p. m. Wellington Ex. No. 50 2:35 p.m. Local Freight. ' Going West. - No. 2 - - - - - 6:01 a,. : " 6 - : - - ' 1:04 p.. Going East. No. 1' - - - 11:46 a. " 5 ... 6:57 p. All trains run daily. m. rh. CHURCH NOTES. J (This column Is Riven for the tree use of the churches ot Wellington and the only require ment Is that nil announcements be Id before 12 o'clock il. of each Tuesday. Mkthodist EriscorAi,. R. L. Waggoner, pastor. Sunday survlces; Preaching, 10 a. m.i Sabbath School, 11 ::-); Junior Lengueand Class meeting, 0 p. m. Week day services: Pastor's bible class, .Monday evening, 7 p. m.i Epworth League, Tuesday evening, 7 p. m.; prayer meeting. Thursday evening, 7 p. m. A cordial invitation Is extended to all, to any aud all ot these services. Baptist. A. O. Wall. Pastor. Regular ap pointments. Sunday: Preaching 10:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. in. Sunday school, 11:W a. m, B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting. Thursday evening 7:00 p. m. Covenant and business meeting, the first Thursday evening of each month. Ladles' Missionary Society, first Wednesday afternoon of each month. All are welcome to any or all of these services. Dibciple. W. T. Barnes, pastor. Services for funday: Preaching, 10 a. m.; Sunday school.ll::); Y. P. 8. O.K., 6 p. m.: preaching. 7 p. m. Thursday, prayer meeting and song service, 7 p. m. Friday, Misnon Band, 4 p. m. Covorkoationa!.. Arthur F. Skeele, pastor. Regular appointments. Sunday, public wor ship, with preaching at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 11.30 a. m. Junior Society of Christian Endeavor 4:45 p. m. Senior Society of Christian Endeovor, 6:00 p. m, Thursday Prayer meeting at 7 p. m. THEOSOPHICAL TEACHING. The cardinal difference between Theo sophv and Christianity (as we know it) is the different way in which each re gards the soul. "It is rare to find any one who denies the existence of the soul. It is almost equally rare to find anyone who affirms it, either by his life or by his words. We all intend to look more closely into the matter some day when we have more time, but, at yet, we have been too busy. The christian regards the soul as an indefinate something which he is obliged to 'save.' The soul is a side-issue during life, and is only of real value at death. Divinity is claimed for it, and yet the personality must 'save' it. The teaching of Theosophy is exactly the reverse of this. It regards the soul as something that is to save, or uplift, all of that which is below. Theosophy makes of the soul a reality and teaches that the entire universe ex ists for the purpose of the evolution of the soul. Theosophy also teaches that this evolu tion cannot be accomplished in one short earth-life. No one living is ready to lay claim to having accomplished it, we have no occasion for any life that differs from this. Admitting that the purpose of life is the evolution of soul anT that it cannot be accomplished in one short earth life, re incarnatian follows as a necessary cor ollary. In a universe governed by .law, rein carnation must take place in -accordance with law and this is what thoophy calls Karma or the ethical lawof causa tion. ' ' 'V ' ' We have evolved.' in ipas't lives', a certain character, i.Itt ouf jnft, today wal bare opportunity to retrieve our . former blunders. The devlne law of- cause and effect has so placed us that what w , In oar blindness call Injustice, is really our opportunity for growth, all real growth cocoes from within. Our character bs- bat M b h opportunity um to&qMo rtrepgthen It, U mum E.nJth$VMa3 .Bfjp$' u bu present stun ioiai or ex2rev ..q Theosophy presents a scientific, reasett- able religion, for it teach.es th&iawi whereby man may seek the lightvj,hat is( within hid own hgat'aml ;that,'Bhmes ever more andnnorWwn.tryft81learn to trust ft? " OnUielfgraph pole in the suburbs of k' a sw ,nirianu vuiam was ,iacxea inis notice: . jfBetiwiJ'if hereajuftlie post office, a reeadie's hair switch black mixt - with eray with Bhoe string tide arouna one ''on.l'f lin oluva vliltiih nlniuiA end'the above whitch please return to the postmaster and git fifty cents with A. i i. 1 .. t . k .nn .. .i f , maUKH 01 owner wuu uf hub it uauij auu .i .... . . .... , . . . i . iiianKiui ior ine juuuuess oi any ' . ' . . Lay or Bnt who will-return what can not be of no use to them, but which is a ' , needcessity to her. Harper's Bazar. MONGOLIAN PHEASANTS ' A Reward of 8S Paid for Apprehension of Violator of -the Pheasant law. , The Ohio Fish and Game Commission will distribute about 2,500 Mongolian pheasants in different parts of the state in the early fall. The birds will be turned out in the forests and will be per mitted to run wild. The Mongolian pheasant is a hardy bird-and will with stand the rigorous winter climate of Ohio. It is the purpose of the commis sion to distribute these birds in nearly every county in the state, and as they multiply quite rapidly, but a few years will elapse before they can be found in considerable numbers. The pheasants are beautiful birds and weigh on "an average about two and a half pounds each. As such a limited number will be turned loose in-the counties it is neces sary that they be protected by law from destruction by the sportsmen. Any one who catches, kills, 'pursues or injures, sells orexposes for sale, or' has Jn: his possession - any Mongolian pheasants before the 10th day of November, 1900, or after that date, except between' the 10th day of November and the 15th day of December, shall be subject to arrest and fine. ' ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF ANYONE FUR VIOLATION OF THIS ACT, THE OHIO FlSH and Game Commission will pay f 25 re ward to the informer. Athens enger and Herald. A Funny Letter. The court house officials pccassionally receive funny letters, of which the fol lowing is a fair sample. We p"blish it exactly as, written, but leave off the names of the parties interested. The husband of the woman who wrote the letter has sued her for divorce, and it looks as if she was willing he should se cure one: "Sir, I understand through letters frpm Mr. that he has suid for a bill of Divorce and that he had sent a Sherif to see me, but as I am working out of Town I did not se ena One. But as it is I want to say Bight here that if he wants a Divorce (irant it to him as buick as Time will let you as I cannot Live -with him and I will not fite the cas. And when the Divorce is granted send me the Coppy of Procedings." On the opposite page is written a few words to the husband, as follows: "As to my f uture Marrigae I told you all about it my self, before ever U & I were Married you didant halfto go to a Spiritulest or Meadium to find out ena thin about me, as I never did ena thing while I was with yon without your concent And You No It." Biographical. Loomis Whiton was born in Lee, Mass., Dec. 17, 1816, and died Sep. 2, 1867, aged almost 81 years. He came to Huntington in 1831. Sep tember 17, 1838, he married Marietta Bradley, who lived on the hill west of Wellington. She had the distinction of being the first white girl born in Well ington. To them were born two sons, George, who went into the army in the early part of the war; took sick and died and his body was sent home for burial. Charles, who now lives in the village of Wellington. Shortly after their marrige they made their home on this farm where they con tinued to live until their deaths. He was the oldest of a family of nine children Of whom only three remain; Josiah, living in Ithica, Mich., John M living in Wakeman, O., and Mrs. Anna McCtain, of McClure, O. He was convert ed i the forties, (the particulars of which are tot now remembered,) and united with the Methodist church and with the claw in South East Wellington which goodly number of the faithful kept alive- until within recent years, , He was a man of more than average ability for his time, and toon after his conversion, wm given lieeoM to pieach and this was regularly renewed each ear until we, preseui time, 1 roe Ol pioneer day when t&o traveling Fwae&anlth territory now Includ es U evtnfcte' tlUlr drcuit and YUaiittf 'veri.t! to compass -only ---s f: J y, ltz:s raa more de r ' " ' " ' fc-'Hsrl than now waen C. carca ewnon, L. C3 e&lled on to con- preach In dwellings boot at almost every week for lean. Wlta changed conditions and advancing years he preached less freauently, but occasionally, until about rtvu years ago when he preached his last sermon for Mr. Poole In the church In Penfleld. With limited advantages, suffering from impared vision which made read ing difficult most of his life, he made himself intelligent on the leading topics of the dav and kept abreast of the thought and life of the church. He was a pattern of industry and energy, like all of us he was human and subject to its frailties and imperfections, bnt he served J his God and ;hls ; fel low men; he established his character in virtue and righteousness; the supreme Durnose of life: and has passed on to new duties and larger opportunities. Mr. Whiton has been falling in health Our window Is-iull of 50c fancy launderied Shirts that we are closing out at 35c. Now is your time for they will beat the regular 35c Shirts all Hollow. E. E. GOODRICH. for about three years and mostly eon- fined to the house since last fall, grad ually losing physical and mental power 'till life went out. Weary and faint, after a life well spent he has received for the last time the summons of the Master and gone to his reward. FOR SALE House and barn and one one-half acres of land at Brighton Center. Enquire of E. H. Perkins. 2m. A QUARTER OF A CENTURY Is sufficient time to p'fove to an intelli gent mind whether or not an article has merit. Chappelear's Broncbinl The Great Cough Cure has been sold on a guarantee more than a quarter of a century without ever having a bottle returned. Is not this sufficient proof of its merit. It has saved the lives of many children as well cider people. Children will never have croup if P. 'onchini is given on retiring and vb . the croupy cough first appears. As i. hroat and lung remedy its equal ever btci round. Guaranteed every time. Price 25 and 58 cents. IFor ale by E. W. Adams. iouom Danisj sisiXBiup 'iiJ o "O "O )I '98 '0t J9A9JO) uorvsdiiBuoo ema 'DHim0 pu3 C ASTORIA Tor Infanti and Children. lalU ' Hi Shake Into jrour Hhoee, Allen'i Koot-Eane. a nowdr for the foot. It ram Daintul. swollen, smartlni feet and In taDtli takes the sUdk out ot corn and bun ion. It s the greatest comfort dlsoorerr or the ate. Allen's toot ease make tlEht-nttlDK or new shoes leei easy. Try it today, sola o: ail aruRKists ana snoe store, vi misi ior eeatl In stamps. Trial package fret. , Address Allen 8. Olmsted LeBoy, N.Y. Beckman's Gaul Cure. Every box warranted. For sale baeher. by J. M. Otter- A Decayed Tooth is the cause of much annoyance. Catch cold in it neuralgia, toothache, feel mean with the world. Better have me patch it up others might suggest to have it pulled do a neat job filled with gold, silver or alumi num, with approved science at my command. Would you rather suf fer the pangs of neuralgia or suffer the payment of 75 cents for a neat filling gold will cost more. W. L. HOLBROOK. A large and complete line of blankets at J. M. Ottebacher's at prices that defy competition. x ' WELLINGTON MARKETS. Prices paid for Produce In General in thli city. Hay and Seed Hay per ton 6 00 8 00 Clc7er seed per bu 3 00 4 80 Jorn in ear, " " Corn shelled, 56 fcs...'.. 40 Oats per bu 18 20 Rye per bu 45 New Wheat per bu 90 . Flour and Feed, Selling Price), Flour, per sack of 49 lb 8 Corn Meal, per cwt Chop, " " 1 35 85 85 75 70 1 20 06 05 2 00 02 20 8 18 0506 C 08 I; Middlings, " " Bran " " Oil Meal " " ' Hides. No. 1 green 11 No. 2 " Horse hides, each .... Tallow Deacon, each Wool Meats Beef dressed, per B. . Chicken, " Spring Chicken Lamb " Mutton " " 041, 03, - ' 1 25 08 18 Pork " " Provisions.' Beans, " " i Butter, dairy, per lb Butter, creamery B , , Cheese, Ohio State Flats ex Cheese, Family Favorite. 4f . 7 10 10 T5 Eggs, per doz . . . r t Honey" tt ... Lard " B ... Potatoes, per bu . . . . WELLINGTON CMtTtCAHCUlt BlllUyIrtl Miaa)MBil Ohio State Flate Flats. . . , " " Family."....... Creamery Butter IB N. Y. State Cheese Markets. Uticaand Little Falls, Ruling price, large and small. 8c 10,500 box eg sold' Elgin Batter Market, Elgin, 111. 800 tubs sold at 17; BELIEF IN" BIX H0UE3. Distressing 'Kidney end Bladder dis ease relieved in aix hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." ITiie new remedy is s great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary passages in ! male or female. It relieves retention of water and pain in passing it almost immediately. . If you want quick re lief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Well ington, Ohio. The Home Savings Bank Co. WELLINGTON, O. Transact a general banking business, buying and selling notes and bills of exchange. Money loaned on satisfac tory collateral, mortgage or personal security. Interest at 4 paid on all savings deposits, interest credited an nually. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. Safety deposit boxes situated in our main vault at if 1.50 per year. Wm. Vibohbr, Pres. d. V. ffpTT7.nn Vi'no.Troa J. H. Edbt, Cashie$ Ik m jfoo"dM up tve frAlCt I' TK(thfiKH find tm'fpf m ' tte also ojazed upon hijWifcK, rwr fb himself- he,Siid r-: , '4 itift WiW Our Watches can be depended upon for time and dura bility. Our prices are so low they will sur prise you. Gity Meat f.larkel. Choice Rose Brand HAftlfc-r- Highest market price paid for Poultry, Frank Curtice, prop. WANTED AT ONCE.-Actlve agents for each county. Exclusive control and no risk, will olear 12 to '& hundred dollars a year, bnolose stamp for full particulars, or se ior si sampi. via kapids mineral Watxr Co, nig Rapids, Mich. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of SheldoD Clarke, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed as administrator, with the will annexed, of the Estate of Sheldon Clarke late of Brighton, Lorain County, deceased. Dated this 24th day of August, A. D, 1897. J. T. Haskkll. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estato of Lyman B Pratt, deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Estate o( Lyman B. Pratt, late of Wellington, Lorain coQbty, deceased., Dated this aist day of August, A. D., 1897. Haubikt E. Pratt. LEMMEISGAFE. Superior Confections of all kinds always on hand. Cold Meats sliced to suit the cus- tomer. C atering for Wedding Parties - .Picnics, etc., promptly and satisfactorily done. A fine'lipe of Cigars, Tobacco and -Smorkers Articles. a' Prices always please. ' btryoa'a Uonsumption Cure cure Wher-othni fail. It ii the leading Cough Cure, aad no home should b without it. Preasaat to take and roe right to the spot, ( , 8oU br E. W. Tm Constipation take Karl's CIotw V- .J iu.-le fiSmNla& r ' :t ? tea rh m rr.a Ls U thiloVi Cart sm l - Polly put the kettle We'll all take tea. The tea came from T. F. R0DH0USE! I suppose. Of course. He keeps the best there is to be had. The Island Kingdom of Japan, The Plains of China, The "Coral Strand" of India, and The Sp'cy' Isle of Ceylon all yield their best to hfin. 0, yes; certainly we got our tea from Fred. We wouldn't think of getting it any where else. And you should just see our light cakes and biscuits made with the BODHODSE PURE BAKIKQ POWDER, They are simply out out of sight. DENTISTRY. F. Grose, D. D. S. Successor to Dr. A. W. Hazel. Office Harvey Block. - " For Insurance that Insures, apply . to R. N. Goodwin, the old, relia ble insurance agent. Genuine French Brier Pipes t With amber mouth-plecos, all sizes and .'fnW8, at prices ranging from 26 to $10 lay WNi. BRITTON. rjURRY L. ICING 0TJRCH;.8LOCK.v ..' . Popular Advertising. Notices under thlsijead will be charged one cent awotd'each ilisertidD. :? .?p SALE.. I finfl ENVKLOPE0, best grade, sl.50, We lUUu furnish 1000 Note Heads at the same price. Hie French Printiog Co., Well ington, umo. - BICYCLE. Brand new Steam's, 1896 pat tern; Never been used. Inquire at this office. PRINTING of all kinds. Our printing de partment is under the supervision of a practical printer. No amateurs. The French Printing Co., Wellington, O. FOB BENT. ROOM over Goodrich's store for rent, quire ot S. K. Laundon. En 14 WANTED GIRL to do general housework, this office. Inquire at BUSINESS CARDS. PHYSICIANS. M."d', MILLS. M. D. Office over Neara drug store. South side W. Main street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 4 p. m.j 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, Courtland Avenue. Tele phone No. 23a. R HATHAWAY' M, D. Speclafty of rec- tal. bladder and kidney diseases. Rec tal diseases treated without pain or detention from business. Diseases of the bladder treat- . ed only after a careful examination of the - urine. HOTELS. HOTEL DE FOOTE, the leading hotel in Wellington. New bouse, elegantly fur- ' nlslied: gas, steam, hot and cold water baths. good sample room. Livery and feed stable in connection. Rates, 2,00 per day. South Main street, opposite park. (1. D. Foote. proprietor. FEED 8T0BE. PRATT & HERRICK, flour and feed store. Free delivery to all parts of the corpora. tlon. Railroad street. COAL... JAMES JONES, Wholesals and Retail Dealer in' ' 'd HMD IT COAL AHD COKE AND... I AND IT $1.50 PES Phone a on 33. DO YOU TRAVEL Are von 1 olng to take a tripl Do 70a suffer from Iradaehes, Nervonanean, Seanlcka . or Kxhiiu.tlonl why not jjruvent it all br using CUHIIMAN'B MENTHOL, IMIAlj. K. Hlp tti&t headache, cure that narrousueiw and eaalokneu or the use of thlt Inhaler, the truateat iiimuiui, anu prv.ciiui.iTe anown. Met In Har Korer and Asthma. EfBUY OIIHII. MAJf'8 INHALER and too will aTwaya una It Wnnrl.'rfnl ru. If Jo eu't .l It at Dnmilili arnd for It. Bi II, SO wH. ( for Hook aa M.albol, Craa. OUbUIAI UKUa CO., V1MCKNIIIIS, UIU., us., M. B. WHITNEY, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, All kinds of repairing done at low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. In the place formerly occupied by B.C. Jeffries Cigar Store. YOUR FORTUNE Is your health. Tourhapplneaa Is your trenmn. Keep the He and Threat clear and healthy and jour mind and bruin U always at nat and aaaa. CUSHM AS'S M ENTHOI. INH ILEtt U th (rentest relief to mankind J ill head titnhle. lliRM coipt, mourn thihat, TAKHH. aw fail W mt talaiii aSa. appears by He naav WnnHarfnl ta F k 'r add Aatluna. SaTBtiST t r'i- ?a . ae av - r L -aajaairfciant ' a r -' a 4- ilaat. ME alaur-t, , Staawl paaavcs ", llajrs pal a an taiammaUou. -aala the sons, ' arntateU the aiem arana from . additional cold,' . Natores the sanaem of last and smell. It Will CurelCOimiaHFAn A particle Is applied Into each nos tril and Is agreeable. Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 58 Warren St., N.Y. Try Grain-Ot TryOraln-O! ;: Ask your Grocer today to show you a pack age of UKAIN-O, the new food that takes the place ot coffee, All who drluk it. like It. GRAIN-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach recelvoslt without distress; . 1-2 the price of coffee. It sad 26 els. per package. Sold bv all grocers. - T1 1 v2( 01 1 ss - Mr I t - f. J 1 i 1. V " " a. .. 1 3 a '