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THE ENTERPRISE; WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
i We have just received a new invoice of
FINE;' GOODS for Ladies' and Gerls Wear
I in the very latest styles. Call and examine at 1
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
April is with ti4hl week. ' .
f h n1 danler ran anon take a vacation.
' We have secured correspondent at
. The public schools opened Monday
Read the new advertisements and then
look oat for bargains.
The amusements for the winter sewon
have about come to a close.
'. The nioneers in Wellington township
are getting few in numbers. - '
The lady violinist at the concert Monday
Our foreign school scholars have re
turned te their respective colleges.
- TVa nrAamira tft VlADIkn in he hrntiffht
upon the mirrors In the milliner shops.
The Jogging cart trade has become quite
an auxiliary to the business interests here,
Fancy turnouts are now observed on the
venues as the shades of evening approach
The registers at the hotels show quite
an tncrese In travel over the first days ot
Dr James Rust was theflrst member the
Roval Arcanum baa lout since its organiza
tion here eight years ago. -
The new landlord of the American
house It contemplating making quite ex
tensive repair this season. '
R. N. Goodwin was elected assessor in
the spring ot 1874 and has , been elected
," each year to the present time.
- We usually have a genuine snake story
to lay before our readers a little earlier
than this date but this tlmt we have
For tome reason a Sealer of. Weights
end Measures It not elected In this place.
This means no falsa balances and full
clear up to the brim-
. Individuals here are in receipt of cards
nnouaclng the marriage of Mr. A. R.
Wooeter to Mist Ella M Foote at Ban
Francisco, Cal., Monday, March 23th.
By the proceedings atElyrla Saturday
U will be teen that Auditor Herrlck
eharged bit subordinate to be faithful tax
gatherers and list every chattel at Its mar
, ket value.
A Dew paper hat been started In Lorain
called the 'Lorain Newt, published by
Humbert A Ferguson. It it to be an ad
vocate of democratio prlnclplei and to
give the news.
Our special from California ttlU Inter
ests our readert with bit well written
letters. Persons recently from the Golden
State says that he rivet a very correct
' account of affairs. '
A very interesting letter from mi r special
correspondent, Blanche, will appear in ont
next Issue. By an arrangement she it to
write one for the first Issue in each month
bat on account of sickness her March com.
tnunicatlon was omitted.
The Wooster University Glee Club gave
one ot their excellent entertainments tn
the Cong church Monday evening. Their
elections and rendering were good and
called forth repeated applause from the
audience. There was not at large attend
nee as otherwise would have been, owing
to ether attractions on same evening.
Grove Howk thinks he had ought to be
supervisor-elect for the east part ot the
township, but the trustees thought other
wise. Grove wat stripped to the belt all
' day at the polls working iot the position
and it it really too bad that the .trustees
should cast the er.ormons count Into the
pigeon hole in the clerk's office for future
How is the time to clean up your prera
iset. Nothing adds more to the beauty of
, town tbtn nice clean lav.nt, lor visitors
will cairy the newt. It Is no excuse be
cause the occupant of the premises Is only
the lessee that the lawns are left uncleaned
. If the head ot a family wants to be In de
mand by property owners for their unoc
cupied premises let him be honest, prompt
In paying rental and takt paint in cleen
, Ing np the premises and keeping the
property In repair at good as tbey found it
The "Legal Document" company pre-
tented !"The Outcast" and the "Burglar'i
Child" to a lair sized audience on Wednes-
day evening, and to say that little Florlne
Is a wonderful child actress It only put
ting t mild. Thursday night they pre
sented In an excellent manner that besutl
ful heart-touching society drama "East
. Lynns" to 1 large audience who were
highly pleased and pronounced It the best
cf the week. Should they return at a fu
ture date they will receive a ;warm recep
SJji K A
Our newly elected officials will be sworn
Into office In a few days and the machinery
ol local government will be set in motion
No report of the conteBt that was recom
mended by the officers of the sgricultural
society at tbelr last meeting to be held
The village of Attica, Seneca county
was visited wttn quite an extensive
blaze on Friday morning last The stock
of goods belonging to Rlnlnger ft BUcox
wat damaged to tome extent while being
removed from the building. Tbe damage
to the building was but slight. The At
tica Journal office was entirely consumed
with but little insurance. Mr. Wm. Rin
ingcr, of this place Informed ns that the
goods were replaced in the store-room
and the business was resumed Tuesday.
Of the transfer, of real estate made the
first week in tbe present month in this
county, the average price paid per acre
wat thirty-seven dollars and fifty cenU.
Two years ago we published an' article on
the decline In value ot real estate and
gave It as our opinion that, the price
would still reach a lower ebb. Some of
tbe farmers called at our sanctum and
criticised the contents of the article, and
even Insinuated that tbe editors of country
papers were not In positions to know any.
thing about farming Interests nor the
preterit or future value of real estate and
tbey further stated that real estate, In
Lorain county bad reached the bottom
figure In price which was then
from fifty to sixty-live dollars per acre.
Who was the Jeremiah, the editor or the
Mr. Wm. Vlscher was in . receipt of
letter last week from a attorney at
law In Columbus requesting him to sign
petition asking for the pardon of
R. A. Davis, jow confined in the Pen I
tentlary for embezzlement under sen
tence of two years. Mr. V. informed him
that while he stood ready and willing at
all timet to extend a helping band to tal
len man and to otherwise aid suffering hu
manity ,but in this particular case he would
be compelled to decline. lie further
stated that he did not like to find fault
with the courts, but Davit should feel ex
ceedingly Jubilant over receiving such
light sentence for the amount of crime
committed. It will be remembered
that Davit had charge of Mr,
VUcher's piano and organ business in
Nor walk and embezzled about twelve
hundred dollars in money.
Saturday last twenty-four asseaort-elect
met at the oflce of tbe county auditor In
Elyna at the court bouse at 11 o'clock a.
m. The meeting wm called to order by
the auditor, and on motion Wm. Phillips,
of Eaton township, who bad served at
assessor in said township lor nearly thirty
years, wat elected chairman and R. N
Goodwin, of Wellington, tecretaiy. The
meeting being organized, Auditor Her
rick proceeded to Instruct tbe assessors on
points of law In regard to listing personal
property, and upon the duties of adminis
tering the oath to each and every one
making a list. Values were discussed and
a moti.n prevailed that fat cattle be listed
at 2 cents per pound, fat sheep and hogs
I cents per pound, stock sheep at $1 SO
and 12.50 per bead, all monies (except
greenbacks) and credits at face value
Tbe law contemplates all personal prop
erty shall he listed at a value that can be
obtained for.lt In money at the time of
listing the same. The assessors will soon
be on hand to see you and bis voice beard
in the land. Make ready to give him your
list and verify the tame by swearing
thereto, according to the best of your
knowledge and belief.
We visited Brighton on Friday and
found matters quite lively at the epfing
opening. Tbe teed mill of Bond ft Day
has been compelled to be operated day and
night for ft portion of the time past In
order to fill the orders. Ronk ft Fox
have opened their creamery and general
satisfaction appears to be given to the
patrons. D. M. Hall who keep a general
tore has placed hit huckster wagons on
the road for the season and the result It
number tbousaad dozen eggs are purchased
by them weekly, which are Immediately
forwarded to O. W. Crosier ft Co. of this
place. Since ou last visit the hedge
fence along the line of walk from tbe
depot to town has underwent a genuine
trimming up and the pedestrian now en
joyt a comfortable voyage Instead of one
pricked with thorns. Pott-offlce mat
tert have not become very exciting yet
and probably will not for tome weeks.
We found that the Eirrunusn wu fast
becoming part of the household In that
vicinity, and the number It fast Increasing,
for which the good people will pleat ac
cept our thanks. ' Our next vlait will be
to LaGrange on Friday of this week,
Rlnebart's Worm Lozenges removes
all kinds of worms tat) the worm nest
Church Noted and Announcements
The Salvation Army are contemplating
leasing tbe premises of J. Torley on Pros
pect street tor a barracks. About twenty
ot tbe fraternity went to Ceveland to-day
to attend a district meeting.
The ladles of the Baptist church will
serve an Easter supper at their ball Satur
day evening April 20. All are cordially
Business Notes and Changes.
A. P. Dlmock opened a neat little cigar
store in connection with his factory In the
Palmet building Monday evening.
John Llnlnger, of Cleveland, Is assisting
In the office of Messrs. Hon, Warner ft
The shoe store of F. B. Serage Is being
revlgnrated with paint and paper ot tbe
The meat market of J. M. Crabtree
and tbe Music room of Wm. Vlscher ft
Son, have been treated to extensive re
Tbe semi annual meeting of tbe Cleve
land Conference meets at Wellington, on
April 10 and 17, commencing at . 10 a. m.
The following program will be observed
Tuesday 10 to 11, organization, reading
minutes ot last meeting, end business; 11
to 11:80, Sunday school workol the de
nomination, Rev. W. F. McMlllen; 11:80
to 12, 8unday school work In churches.
Rev. John Doane; afternoon 1 :80 to 2,
business; 2 to 5, examination of candidates
for licensure ; 5 to 5 :80, devotional service ;
evening 7 to 7:80, praise service : 7:80
foreign missions, wh? should they be
prosecuted t Rev, Henry M. Tenaey;(8)
the signs of progress In missions, general
discussion ; (3) How to promote ta Interest
in missions in our churches, Prof. A H.
Currier. Wednesday 0 to :80, business ;
:g0 to 11, reports fmm churches, to be
written and limited to three minutes; 11
to 11 :80, mission work among Bohemians,
Rev H. A. Sohauffler; 11:80 toll, devo
tional services ; afternoon 1 :80 to 8, Alas
ka, Prof. G F. Wright; 2 to 8:30, the rain
isterlal dead line, Rev. J. M. Sturtevant;
8:80 to A .80, tbe relation of church finances
to the spiritual life and power ol a church,
Rev G R Leavltt ; 8 :80 to 1 devotional ser
vices ; i, closing exercises.
Tbe walking match took place In the
town ball Saturday evening between
Higgle, of Wellington, and Unknown, ot
Cleveland. The distance to be walked
wu five miles with one hundred dollars
to be swarded to tbe winner. It required
one hundred and thirty-five rounds to
complete the distance of twenty-six
thousand four hundred feet and was com
pleted in thirty-eight minutes an average
of seven minutes snd thirty-six seconds
to the mile. . The Unknown won the In
side but lost It on the second lap snd wu
unable to repossess himself of It At the
close of tbefonrtb mile the Unknown
slipped and tell, which put him back
a little. . The crowd began to be nervous
over tbe result while the contestants were
a little warmed up but were taking the
situation u though tbey were entirely
unconcerned. Before the last mlln was
completed it wt evident that Higgle
would be winner and whn the one hun
dred and thirty-fifth round wu completed,
Higgle was In the lead over one lap and
was d clan-d the winner. Time, thirty,
The unknown having been defeil be
decided to challenge Higgle for another
match to take place Tuesday evening t
distance to be five miles. Accordion y a
large audience assembled and at half put
8 time whs called and the niNtili began
ith Higgle In the lead. They passed and
repassed each other several times li!ch
had a tendency to exrltethe siiribnre,
which at times wu almost unmsnsgable.
but at the cloeeof the but round one
hundred and thirty flve-'he referee de
clared it a tie, which, under the rnles, en-
titled tbe contestants to divide the gate
money between them and the stake monej
returned. Time, 40:40
In ourchHsing medicines dont fy i-x
nerimenis; the first snd onlv eonlrlerntlon
should he genulneee. Arer's Sur!)-
rl la bu stood trie vat n rortv years, ano
to-day It Is In greater demsnd than ever
s triumpbsnl prrxH or popular approval.
., Notes from Other Town
'..;: : niunt, '
Wm. Mitchell, Prohibition candidate for
Township Trustee," will., lit on the
Election Board, at the next election, hav
ing received the highest vote of sny de
feated candidate. ...... .There U strong
opposition to the Braman moat inspection
bill hi the state. It It argued that It will
put farmers who have a beef to kill,' pro
posing to market part of It themselves,
to unnecessary trouble and expense. ,
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of the Oberlio Bank Co., held on Thurs
day of last week, Mr. F. L. Fuller, who
Is connected with the First National
Bank of New London, Huron county, was
elected cashier. Mrs. Romick, the
Quaker evangelist, spent Sunday In town,
and preached In the evening at the M. E.
church... .... .Rev. Daniel W. Shaw re
turned on Tuesday morning trom the
annual session of the Conference to
which he belongs, which was held at
Paris, Kentucky. He took a supernum
erary relation snd bu excepted the call
of tbe Mt. Zion Congregational church of
Cleveland to serve as their pastor for
one year. He will begin his services
there next Sunday. It wu with great re
luctance that the Conference permitted
Mr. Bbaw to be released. Rev J.W.Moore-
land, late pastor of a church In Cleveland,
wu appointed Mr. Shaw's successor. He
is tbe father ot the gentleman of the same
namo who preceeded Mr. Sbsw at this
' Low-necked dresses are going to be very
popular with the lovely young dud lens,
because if they should catch cold wearing
them, havent they got Dr. Bull's Cough
orui iu euro uiem r
Deputy Sheriff Ensign, of Elyria, wu
In town Monday.
J. B Clifford bu returned to Welling
ton from LtKil.
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Coville have re
moved to Fremont
Mrs. J. McDermot, Is visiting her
daughter in McComb, O.
Dr. Thomas, of Huntington, paid his
respects to the Ehtkrpisb office Wednes
day.. ' .
Hon. R G. Horr, of Michigan, drops
In upon his old time friends here occa
Mrs. Arthur Dyer snd son, el Minneap
olis, are In town visiting ber husband's
- Mrs. O. H. Hnrton expects to leave lor
that ever healthful climate, California, in
a few days.
George and Arthur Rust were summoned
to the bedside of their akk father but did
not arrive la time to see him alive.
Dr. Warren, of Elyria, returned here
several weeks since to care for her sick
mother, snd will probably remain several
Mrs.' A. H, Hand came from Connecti
cut to attend the funeral ol Dr. Rust Dr.
Biggaf, of Cleveland, wu also In at
Mr. and Mis. W. E. Pelrce were called
to Grand Rapids, Michigan, Friday to
attend the funeral ot their niece Miss
Haitie Good well.
Geo. Barnes returned from Michigan
to attend lo business matters hers snd will
now return t Mk hlgaa with a view of
making It his pennant home.
By c-irefol Investigation I am readv to
say that I find no proof whatever of tbe
uowe owned by Bole ft rowler having
the iIknm kInmIi r.
rlie etiiile he came from Is entirely free
fmm glamlerrt nor bu any other ani-
unit iuti-r.d from the dlnease from ex
poture to tliU horse excepting the Sutllff
imiite, ami 1 wlah to nay In looking up the
hl-ion of Hi i horse. tht 1 flint he baa
suffered irnru g ctirotuc blood disease for
the last three ennt or more, so much so
uhi one of lila termer owners disposed ot
nni-i'li thai Mx ouut
Now this may h ve been .arcy In achronlc
hi in whim nfien develoim Into accute
gl indent iii'l f .rc. t he report that was
ii nn uia ion "iiirotian uie papers," would
aiuraih .a ving to thi-m (doles ft
KowUji) lug . Hi m in homes. And I
uina u ium t em tlmt thee facts should
itema-ie Known. It U Holland, V. 8.
nening'oii, w April tl, 1U8V
Halleluiah TIs Done
And the corner lot is taken and you will
rind us about half way with as nice a line
if Cloibing. Hats, and Gents' Furnishings
u Wellington Is capable of.
One Price Only.
A fine line of new designs of wsll psper
Will De found tl U WILLARD'S.
" A Card.
Fony bright, healthy, attractive boys,
from one month to a'x or eight years ot
age, for whom homes art desired. Can
vou ant Dolnl us to some good home for
one of lh m. Address, The Clevelsnd
Protestant Orphan Asylum, MO Bt Clair
Street, Cleveland, u. , ,,.
When yon want a good cup ot
buy a package of Victor Mara. For sals
by all grocers. ; . .,
The latest designs of Babv Carriages
and Bold exceedingly cheap at
UOYT ft JiKKSCnOTEN'S.
A nice line of damped linen goods will
be found at the Bazar Store. Steo in and
WANTED AH uersons seekW the
best and cheapest Dlan of strulrrht life
insurance to call on R. N. Goodwin, sgt.
Cheese Factor Cows for Aalr-Hbt.
ing been routed out of access to a cheese
factory I will offer at private sale eight
cows principally grade Holstines. Tbey
re every way desirable for natrons of
cheese factories, orl will exchange for
Jersey cow of known butter strains.
Wellington, April 9, 1889.
We purchased nackaire of Victor Mara
Coffee, and pronounce it the best la the
FISH by the old reliable
Garden Seeds! Garden Seeds all kinds
at Laundon, Windecker ft Cos.
That the Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance comuanv Is tbe best commn In
exis'ence." R. N. Goodwin. Aeent
All good Imkes of Coffee use Victor
The Nickel Plate Restaurant
Has been refitted and cleaned up and Is'
now ready for the reception of boarders
and lodgers. Candies. Confectionery.
Tobacco, Cigars and Ice Cream a specialty.
meats ai an Hours, lour patronage is
solicited. Ananias Uaki-eb. Proor.
THE BEST place to buv tinware, bird
cages, fancy packets, express wagons and
carts, doll carriages snd cradles, dolls.
base balls and bats, rubber bulls, combs,
mouth organs, vases, stamped linen goods,
wash silk, iovs and novelties. W. H.
Townhend, Bazar Store, Stroup's block,
next to livery stable, Wellington, O. 18-2t
ANNOUNCEMENT I have opened a
new meat market on North Main street
next to T. Doland's carriage works, where
a constant supply of fresh Chicago meats
ol sll kinds will be found.
FOR SALE. CHEAP A thoromrhbred
Ayrshire bull, eligible to record, perfectly
gentle snd quiet 14-2t A. G. Smith.
FOR GARDEN SEEDS Go to the
Bazar Store; fresh seed in bulk or pack
SEED POTATOES. Beautv of nbren
for sale by D. West one door north of Star
Baaery, xiona Main street, Wellington.
Hams sliced at Wilder's new meat mar.
A nrst-ciasss llutttr and Cheese man
wanted, inquire at Beyee ft Weisgerber's,
ii ,ucua Ave., Cleveland, unio.
All kinds of fresh meats at Wilder's.
Garden Seeds! . Garden Seeds! I
In bulk snd by the Dacksee st Laundon.
vvinuecxer ft (jo's. -
Garden Seeds I All new Seeds st
Laundon, Windecker ft Co's.
Wilder keeps nothing but the best meats
that can be found In the market
Baby Carriage! Baby Carriages.
A full line of Child's Carriages can be
seen st A. U. ft U. I t ouch's.
GotoE. T. ROBINSON'S snd get
Cigar sod s Breech Loading 8'ot Gun for
We hsve s nice lot of Baby Carrlaces at
very low prices. Call and see them.
A. O. ft O. JU UOOCH.
The best Is tbe ekes nest. Hill's Peerless
Worm 8peclflc is both the best snd cheap
est F D Felt
Baby Carriages at AG.&G.L. Couch's.
FOR RENT House and lot on Taylor
street. Enquire ot Mrs. E. Wattkhbon.
If you have neuralgia, old. sore throat.
etc.. use Pratt's Family Liniment. Sold
TO FARMERS We have Just received
a supply or Evergreen Bweet Seed Corn
lor fodder purpoees.
Laundon, Windecker ft Co.
Hill's Peerless Worm Specific Is s sure
cure for worms. Try s bottle. No cure, on
pay. U relt.
Hill's Saraaparilla Is a powerful and
pleasant remedy for all diseases arising
from impure blood. F D Felt
Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beats them
all. Sold by druggists.
SALESMEN WANTED At once ; per
manent position tbe year round; good
weekly pay guaranteed; no experience
needed; only good character and willing
neu to work required ; outfit free; send for
terma and commence at once. Wiite J
Austin Shaw ft Co., Nurserymen,
Kocbester, N . i. 10-18
Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Sure cure
for all blemishes, bold by druggists.
A few more beating stovts very cheap to
Close out W. t,. felrce.
Call and see tbe luster spray dishes: a
crate lust in. W.E. Peirce. .
Tbe Park Houxe always h' s ths clean
est snd the finest table tbe market aQorda
Qnod feed barn tn connection.
L. C Bennett, Prep.
Jast received, something new In crock
ery, w. . mines.
Oysters, direct Irom Baltimore ai '
J. M. Crabtree will pay the highest
market prices lor live and dressed huga
veal calves, dry and green blues snd pelts
MONEY TO LOAN On long time :
moderate interest oa good farm security
Enquire of C. Hags ft Co.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion always vleld.
to tbe curative properties of Hibbiird's
Rheumatic Syrup, containing, u It does
nature's spec! fie for the stomach. For
tale at E. W. Adams' and F U Felt
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
WVaa Baby wu stefc, ve awve her OasSoHa.
Wmb site wu a Chllt she arled far OkaSorta,
! aba laMOaorta,
"VVe are daily receiving
larre invoices of the "latest
JNo lady can afford to pur
chase a dress this spring with
out first seeing our stock.
Set For Samples.
"We call particular atten-
Just received. They
the finest in the city and
two arc alike. Como and
make your selections at once.
4 and 6 Euclid Av.
I Cleveland, Ohio.