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., -XL. X JL JLv H THIRTY-SECOND YEAE. WELLINGTON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1898. NO 41 Dur Theory cx TO LA FAYETTE has always been to give a bigger value for a given sum of monsy than the same money can buy anywhere else. Every article in stock represents a special effort on the part of our buyer to produce something better than others. Read the following list carefully and bear in mind that our goods are cheapest because best. IT IS HOPED TO RAISE A HAND SOME MONUMENT, 27 Dozen Fancy Hose v ; - made from the finest Lisle Thread in the very latest patterns, equal to those sold elsewhere at 50c and 75c white they last. ............ .; . 35c. 100 Dozen Gents' Hose,. .'. Fast Black, color absolute ly stainless, made from Egyptian Cotton, with high special heels, 3 pair for 25c. 25 Dozen Initial Japanette Handkerchiefs, l- ' made from fine Sea Island cotton with colored silk initials. Regular 25c values sell like hot cakes at 1 6c. SO Black Clay Worsted Dress Suits, J. Strictly all wool; elegantly tailored, with deep French facings and perfect fitting. Per suit. . . . $8.50 200 Dozen Mens Neckwear, in Tecks, Bows, Clubhouse and Four-in-hands, embracing all the latest patterns In quantities of silk to surprise you at .... . ; .', . . . .'. . ;. 25 c. One Case Ribbed Underwear, A. medium weight cotton garment for fall and early winter, in a rich dark, tan color, exceptionally good value at .50c. 50 Dozen "Monarch" Colored -Shirts, N ' made from fine Woven v ' Fabrics, In neat, up-to-date patterns , V, "' known the world over a high grade shirt, - our price...'.. ....... 60c. w t - - Serge and Clay Worsted Suits, in blue, gray and black. You'll be surprised at the extra fine cloth and high grade of tailoring in these suits, at 810.00 Don't Forget. that we have the reputa tion among workingmen of sellina double-seam, easy-fitting and guaranteed not to rip Overall, the best In town, at ...A.,. 50c. AUGHERTY.HELMAN&GO. DURLIIS'G & BLIGH, - , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' V ' DEALERS IN II afd and Soft Goal Coke, Blossburg Smithing Coal. WOOD, $1.50 CORD. j " " 1 " Best of Accomodations at the lOct. Barn. TELEPHONE 71. EAST MAIN ST. We are not Going to Leave Town, The Unveiling or Wuioh Will Occur On United StHtn Day at the World'! Fair at Paris, In 1900-Flnnn Laid for the FumU to be Ruined by the United Efforts or the School Children of Our Country. In the city of Paris there is a convent and garden known through the immortal Hugo's "Los Miserable)." It is the con vent of the Petit Picpus. In the grounds of thin convent Is a small cemetery where nearly 1,500 victims of the guillo tine were buried indiscriminately. Here also repose the bpnes of La Fayette be side those of his wife, who wished to be buried there. The resting-place of La Fayette, generally unknown and for gotten, is marked only by a plain granite slab. Upon a register kept by the con cierge of the convent there are inscribed the names of but a small number of casual visitors. In view of these facts the "La Fayette Memorial Commission" has been formed for the purpose of erecting a monument to the memory of La Fayette as a twen tieth century tribute from the people of this nation, to be nnveiled with fitting ceremony July 4, 1900, and thus grandly celebrate United States Day at the Paris Exposition. It is proposed that the cost of the undertaking, which is estimated to approximate a quarter of a million dollars, shall be defrayed by small con tributlons secured through the agency of the school children of our land The dedication of this monument, secured and built through the efforts of the young people of America, will make conspicuously resplendent our United States Day at the Paris Exposition of 1900. No other country will find such a basis for the celebration of its national day in Paris; but all the nations of the earth will unite with the republic in the dedication of this beautiful memorial, a tribute which shall forever mark the grave of La Fayette, whose memory is consecrated in the hearts of men. It requires no argument to convince the liberty-loving people of America of the far-reaching value of this most fitting opportune and significant movement. It will promote patriotism and implant in fee or collecting voluntary contributions as local conditions may suggest, and turning the proceeds over to the Presi dent of the college, who shall forward it to the Treasurer of the Memorial Com mission. In the higher grades of the public anil parochial schools the same general plan so far as possible should prevail as in the universities and colleges. In the primary grades and district schools, the children may be asked to solicit from their parents or acquain tances small contributions of from one cent to ten cents, to be given their teach ers and thence , forwarded to the Treas urer of the Commission, The forgoing suggestions are tenatlve only and shouH be changed to meet local conditions and sentiment. . ROBERT J. THOMPSON. Secretary of LaFayette Memorial Com'sn. ChicagOrJll. Note: Superintendents, principals and teachers who may have charge of funds in their districts are requested to for ward the Bame October 20th, to Hon. Chaa. 0. Dawes, Treasurer, Washington, D.C. and meet all corope- tition in our line of trade. ought to know that when suffering from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foley s hianey uure. " Guaranteed, or money refunded. W. H. Tissot&Co. 1'IIGES OF Sill A Book for Young and Old WE CURE OUR RECORD I tSti 1878 I 250,000 DISEASED! MEN CURED NERVOUS BLOOD, SKIN & PRIVATE rJlSEASES 3 250000 CURED YOUNG HAN trS when ignorant of the terrible crime you wero committing. Did you only oonaider the fascinating allurement of thin evil habit? When too late to avoid the ter rible results, wore your eyes opened to your peril? Did you later on in man hood contraot any PHI VAXB orBLOOD disease? Wero you cured 1 Do you now and then tee tome alarming symptoms? Dare you marry in your present eon dition? You krfow, 'T.Ik4 FATHER, LIKE SON." If married, aro you con stantly living in dread ? Is marriage a failure with you on aooountof any weak ness caused Dy early abuse or later ex cesses? Have you been drugged with n.iirat Thia booklet will noint out to vu the results of these orimes and point o!!t how our am METHOD TREAT MENT will positively cure you. It shows how thousands nave uoen saveu uy our NEW TREATMENT. It prove; how wo can mJAKAWifla lutupy vv r'.lTRAM.K CASE OR NO PAY. We treat and cure EMISSIONS, VAHTCW'ET.10. SYPHILIS. GLEET. uTHrcvrriRH. TMPOTENCY. SB- OitET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DIS CHARGES, KlDNEx and BLADDJStt diseases. 'CURES GUARANTEED 1 "The Wages of Sin" sent free b; 1 lnwincr Mm. C0NSULTATI01 I V H K E . If unubjo to call, wite for ! QUESTION BLANK. lor I TREATMENT. ! - DR8 ;&:;oy Kergam , ... . - Minrninn CTBCCT ! CLEVELAND, O. f,j the minds of our young generation, from Or quit business, but tn Atlantic to the Pacific, a broader we are going to stay Is asked that October 19, 1898, be ob served as "t,a Fayette v&j" in every school district throughont onr land, when our children will be told the strug' gle for liberty, and they may then con tribute their holp and pennies to their nation's defender. The following is a brief recital of the recognition shown La Fayette by our nation in the past: "By Congress, upon the occasion of his departure from America in 1784, it ex- tended to him a national farewell. "By the States of Virginia and Mary land, in the same year, passing acts making him and his heirs forever citi zens of their respective commonwealths. "By Washington, when constrained as chief of a nation to be silent and passive toward a friendly power, he broke all , ROCHESTER. ir nnrt Hfro Wm T.nnor nf Miflhlffftn ""B , .. ... visiting at Mr. E. Ledyard's andPeter ",u . Ostrander's. Mrs. Strenehan, of Minnesota, is visit ing relatives and calling on friends of this place. Mrs. . Jenny Horton, of Cleveland, visited her mother, Mrs. E. D. Tinker, and called on friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwards of Cleveland, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Howard. Mrs. Harry Roblson, of Akron, is visit ing her father, Mr. Solomon Phillips of this place. , The photograph car will move to West Clarksfleld this week. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congre gational church .meet with Mrs. Mary 8torrow, Thursday, October 20th, at 11 a. m.' All are cordially Invited. Married, Sunday, October 9, Solomon Bhillips, of Rochester, to Mrs. McCann, of Norwalk, 0., at the, parsonage, in Brighton, Rev. McConnell officiating. Rev. Arthur Reed, an evangelist of the Congregational Association, will hold a series of revival meetings with the Rochester Congregational church in the near future. ,v Probata Court. W. B. Johnson appointed commission er for insolvents of Lorain county. Bond $1000 filed. Term expires September 30, 1901. Will of Eliza Branch Clark, late of Oberlin, admitted to probate. Will of John Welsh, late of Amherst, filed for probate. Josephine Morgan, guardian of Edgar Morgan vs. Ethel Morgan et al. Poiitlon for order to sell land. State of Ohio vs. Frank Schrnin Charged with being juvenile disorderly person. Sent to the Luneusicr 1, dus trial School for Boys. Gertrude Schmltz appointed adminis tratrix of the estate Minimis Scim.i z, Lorain, 0. Bond $500. D. C. Baldwin, of Elyrla, ami 8.' Pren tiss Baldwin, of Cleveland, anpuinti-d trustees of the estate of S. V. Baldwin, of Elyrla. ' Will of Fannie Onstine, late of Am herst, admitted to probate. Wm. Rogers, of Plttslleld township, adjudged insane and ordered conveyed to Toledo State Hospital. Ilulda Schwoerer appointed guardian of Walter A., Clara M. and Albert W. Schwoerer. Bond $200. State of Ohio vs. Chaa. Bauer, of North Assault and battery. Fined one dollar and costs, amounting to $21.15. Real KaUte Transfers. Martin Jones and wife to E. Cannuskl, part lot 21, block 2, Eaton township $125. Thomas Gawn and wife to David Allen lot 50, Gawn's second addition to Lorain $300. B. T. Bedortha and wife to William p. Mnmford, lot 3, Hazen and Ell's sub division, Oberlin. $1500. John Phultulski to John Cubmski, lot 5, Bennington and Rawson's addition to Grafton. $500. Mr. Ola ITanlv him cnnA to .Lorain. 0. ' ' Mi Louli Burjiea- attended the W. C T. U. convention at Columbus last week. How to Prevent Croup. . We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack Is coming on my wife gives them Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack. It is a household necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out, It would not do to be without Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. More of it is sold here than all other Cough medicines combined. J. M. Nick le, of Nlckle Bros., merchants, Nlckle- ville, P-"' Ror sale by W, F. Near & Co. The Royal I tlx hlgtteat grada baking powder kaowa. Actual teste abow It foea aaa tUrsl furtaer tbaa any otaar br4. POYOEn Absolutely Pure ROVU lAKINO OWOf S CO., WW VOX. Marriage Licenses. James McCargo Jennie Stewart. Cbriet Selling Ada Loolen. To Our Subscribers. Important. The Quaker Valley Mfg. Co., of Chic ago have requested us to announce that they have several thousand sets of the finest coin silver-plated War Memorial Spoons left over from their recent dis tribution. They will mail postpaid, a full set of six of these spoons to every subscriber to the Enterprise, who will send name and address a postal card will do. If, on the receipt of the spoons you find them the most exquisitely beau tiful specimens of the silversmith's art J-ou ever saw, and worth $3.00, remit 78 Cents, as payment in full, within 30 Jays; If not pleased, return spoons lmmed ately.t Each spoon is of different design after-dinner coffee size showing sold ers in camp in Cuba, Morro Castle and ur U. S. Battleships. They are lmper- hable mementoes of the late war, and very subscriber should accept this most l emarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is to late. All that's necessary is to e ay you're a subscriber to the Enterprise nil that you accept Memorial Spoon Offer. Address QUAKER VALLEY MFG. GO., 357 W Harrison street, Chicago. Our Prices Will be as low as any, not only for 30 days, but for all time to come. It is the same old story the old reli able is always the cedents and personally addressed the J Emperor of Germany in behalf of the best to do business with. Come and see us and get prices be fore you buy. Wire woven cot beds, $1.00. A. Q.& Headache for Forty Years. For forty years I suffered with sick headache. About a year ago, I began us ing Celery King. The result was grati fying and surprising, my headaches leav ing at once. The headaches used to re turn every seventh day, but, thanks to Celery King, I have had but one headache in the last eleven months. I know what has cured me will help others. Mrs. J. D. Van Keuren, Saugerties, N. T. Celery King for the nerves, stomach, liver, and kidneys is sold in 50c and 25c packages by E. W. Adams, Wellington, and Fire stone & Sweet, Spencer. j SOME SOLID I 5 Q. L. COUCH. Dealers in Furniture, and Undertakers. THOSE DAINTY PINS & BROOCHES are jut what you are wanting now. We are selling more of thera than we have for several seasons. Let us show them to you. WIGHT & SONS. WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY persons lu tills state to manage our bus loesilu their nwn aud neuruy counties. It Is mainly oll)o.e work conducted at home. Balarj stratum tt year aud expenst-s definite, b mi fide, no more, no less Unr Monthly . References. Kiwlose self ail dressedstamped envelope, llerbeit . Iter-. Press., Dsp. M, Obleago. release of La Fayette from the dungeons of Olmutz. "By Congress, when it voted him a sword and passed resolution commend ing him in the highest possible terms to the King of France. ' "By the reception given La Fayette upon the occasion of his visit to America in 1824, on which occasion Congress gave him an official reception in the hall of the House of Representatives; and when, as the historian states, the people con tended with the horses for the honor of drawing his carriage, and when, finally, Congress presented him with an appro priation of $200,000, a township of land, built and named in his honor a man-of-war, the Brandywine, and tendered the same to him for his conveyance home, "And also by the action of France, which, having through the influence of La Fayette, loaned us 27,000,000 livres, said in regard to its payment, Of the 27,000,000 we have loaned you we forgive you 9,000,000 as a gift of friendship, and when with the years there comes pros perity you can pay the rest without Interest.' " Plans Suggested (or Co-Operation of Schools In Raising of Funds, The Commission has decided upon October 19th, the anniversary of the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, as the day which the schools of the United States are asked to recognize as "La Fayette Day." (Official public announce ment of the day will be made later on.) On this , date, it is hoped, by concerted effort ample funds will be secured to build the monument on a scale commen surate with the occasion. In the Universities and Colleges of the land, the heads of the institutions are asked to appoint committees from their students to arrange and carry out public exercises suited to the idea; embracing perhaps historic drama, patriotic ora tions, etc., etc. charging an admission PITTSFIELD- The L. 0. T. M. gave a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Gibbons, jr., last Wednesday evening. A good time was reported. Mrs. Baker, of Wood county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward Rogers. Wm. Rogers was ajudged insane and taken the Toledo asylum last week. He had a sun stroke not long ago and that is thought to be the cause of the trouble. Arthur Sheffield, of Lorain, visited his parents Sunday. Mrs. Archer, of Masslllon, Is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mr. S. D. Whitney. Rev. Baker, of Penfleld, moved Into the M. E. parsonage last week Monday. Rev. V. W. Wagar moved to Dover last week Tuesday to his new field of labor. Fred Biggs and family, of LaGrange, J. S. Jordan and family of Brighton and Mr. and Mrs. Dexter of Oberlin, attended services at the Congregational church last Sunday. Terry Whitney and family, of Cleve land, are visiting his father, Mr. Agustin Whitney, and other relatives. The ladies of the M. E. church will give a Klondike social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hines next Wednesday evening. Everybody come and have al good time. Mr. K. Campbell and son, Pitt, took a took to the Fremont fair last week. Messrs. H. Betts and A. J. Wilson took stock to the Akron fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, of Michigan, visit ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rowell and other relatives last week. , The annual meeting of the Missionary 'Society met at the M. E. church last Thursday afternoon. The following offic ers were elected for the ensuing year: Pres. Mrs. G. W. Hines, Cor. Sec Mrs. F. Root. Secretary Mrs. R. Gibbons. Treasurer Mrs. E. Cole. YOU OUGHT TO BUY LL YOUR CLOTH- ing and all your family's clothing of us. , . THESE ARE THE REASONS: s ( ,0 i carry the largest, choicest, most-caref ully stock of Clothing n Wellington, not now We selected and then, but all the time. Our stock always rep resents tne picK oi tne ciotnmg marm; our Mr. Brandegee, of the firm of Crouse & Brandegee, makes frequent trips to Wellington and from his samples we select the latest and best tailor-made clothing in America. We sell more clothing than any other store in thia locality. Consequent ly we are continually buying. This keeps our stock fresh, up-to-the-minute and well assorted. Buying in large quantities and for spot cash, means low prices and top discounts. This is a very consideroble saving to us. We always divide this saving with our customers. We buy none but good clothing. We know what good clothing is and we won't have anything else. We guarantee every suit we sell. And our guarantee means your money back if you want it. Therefore: When you buy a suit of clothes here, you don't get stale, shop-worn goods; you get the freshest, latest) most-stylish clothes money can buy. You cet sound well-made, serviceab e, long-wear clothes clothes that will last a long time and look well as long as they last. You save money always. Our business is so large that we can afford , to be satisfied with a very small profit on each sale. The part of our expenses and profits that each suit must pay is in finitely small. These are the reasons why we deserve your clothing trade and that of your family and friends. Are they not sound, solid, sensible Reasons. A Household Necessity. No family should be without Foley's Colic Care, for all bowel complaints, W. Tlssot&Co, 4 it; "SI j.