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VOL. XXIII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26. 1889.
' THE ENTERPRISE,
Published every Wednesday, at
Term, of Sabscriotlon:
as Year 1150
Six Months... m T5
Three Months. 40
J. T. HASKELL.
ATTQSK7-AT-LAW i:i IGMT FUiBIC,
Loani nd Collections mado a specialty
Office In bank building.
J. H. DICKSON,
' . 'and lollcltor of
American and Foreign
WEST BID! PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - OHIO.
RH. GOODWIN, IniunuM A(rent and
Routt Puhllo, Insurance, dftorii, mor
luK wills, lousua, contraute, etc, written in
a neat and leirel manner. OUioe orar Sttroge I
boot and snoe iir.
EUOKNK nOHINauN, ike Barber, koepS
ona of the neatest, moat convenient Bar
ker Bancs In town. Only flnwelaee workmen
aoployed. A full aeaortroeut of taalr olla, po
saadee and hair restoratives. Fin. bath-room!
rieonaecuon enu mmiiiw. - -----ot
and oold water and all necessary oonv.ol.
ij J. HOLBBOOH, Dentist Office over
11 Husted's Store, In Bank Building-,
WalUngton, Ohio. Nitrous oxld. faa admln-
Xor we .ztraouon or uew.
r &ii.f a a n.ll PlftrmM In AT
D erf ityle and rlht up wlrt the tlmea.
Bpeolal attention paid to tnlargloc In Crayea
Ink. or Water Color, and copying from old
picture!. Old negative! all nreaerred anduu
Dlleateieanhetiadatanrtlnie. Gallery over
' kKihJt llall'i irrooerr. 1
Picture! of all kinds. Flneit work and latest
styles. Cepylnf and enlarging la Crayon, Ink
and Pastel. Bpeolal attention to the bablea.
Oroalar'a Block, WdlUtgtom, O.
E. HATHAWAY M. D.
Reeul dlieaaea and dlaeaiea of tka kladderand
kidaeyi. Pile., ulceration of the ractnm, tatuli
In ano,ltfnraa and all praTallinf diaeaaea of the
rectam treated by an Improved ayttem, without
pain or detention from bntlneu.
Dlteaaea of the bladdar and kldneya treated only
after a earefil and proper analyiu of tne nrioe.
Oarpeater Bloek ' Wellington, O
R. G. HOLLAND,
Teterinair? Surgeon and ML
Orders received at Telephone Exchange
ana at r. u. reu s drug, store.
Graduate Toronto Veterinary College, elaes 'ST
L. B. PRATT,
Veterinary Surgeon i:i Dentist.
Over twenty-lire years of praetlee. Orders
received at Adami' and Houghton's drug
storea, Ilnraei itlll taken for treatment at my
stable on Courtland Avenue. 4-23
) J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewehy, 811-
i ferware, Gold Pens, etc. No. 0, Public
' Square. Wellington, Ohio.
EC. 33. Barrett,
. Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Meohanio Street, first
. door east of American House. ' '
lii Uhs anil. Transfer Line,
Conveys Passengers and Bagjrage to
and from trains or residences. Also col
lects and distributes Exrmcas, doing a
eneral expressing and pscksge business.
Leave orders or telephone American
Bouse. 87-ly . H. S. Bmitb, Prop.
Keep your eye
this space next
As Mr. A. M. Fitch will
then make an
The opening of the summer season finds my cases filled with the
latest designr of Silverware. A fall line of Spectacles with Gold,
Silver and Steel bows, every pair fitted to the eyes of the purchaser
free of charge.
An elegant stock of Rings, Bracelets, Cuff, Collar and Sleeve but
tons. Diamond Studs and a large stock of Gold and Silver Watches
of all the standard makes. Sold on extremely close margin, also an
excellent line of Clocks from the beat manufacturers in the land.
Since May 1st 1 have adopted the Cash System, therefore in selling
for cash only, I am better prepared to (civa my customers the benefit
of better prices in all grades of goods. Repairing a specially.
Please call and see me. Yours truly,
S. "V- Carpenter.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL 1 100,000.00. SUEPLUS T.OOO.OO.
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WAENEE, President.
Wtf . CUSHION,
8 Y WARNER. R.A.HORR.
Yes! Yes! Here :;We Are.
With Fresh STRAWBERRIES.
With Fresh VEGETABLES.
' With Fresh FRUITS. .
With Fresh ROASTED COFFEE.
With Fresh CONFECTIONERY.
With Fresh GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
' 6ir aJLii-i EzrasnDS.
As low ai the lowest for same quality of goods.
West Liberty street.
Issued on all European countries.
B. A. HOEB, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
.if Eathsred It Our Special Corrssuondents.
f -. i "eaeaeaM
AU About the Happenings and Special
Events in their Immediate Vicinity.
Rev. J. Lang will preach la the town
hail next Sunday morning, as the church
will no be ready. Sabbath school will be
held be Tore chuich, at 10 o' clock sharp.
. The ht. E. Sunday School accepted the
Invitation to Rochester the 4th, to help
them celebrated that day.
T. D. Phelon, M- R. Smith. Darius
Wells, Chet Bliss and Frank Smith went
to Ely ils last Saturday as delegates to the
As Andrew Haulk was coming home
irom commencement last week, he found
a package ot clothing in the road which
he left at A. J. BurreU's. The owner can
have by describing the contents.
Huntington claims two of the WeMny,
ton Ilifch school graduates this year, Miss
Maud Baker who gave the class prophecy
oi inursday night, and Mason D. Smith
whose! subject waa "The Siberian Exile
System." We wish to congratulate them
both on their success, lor they did well.
They bare both been thorough students
ana deserve the diploma which they have
been studying for these yean.
Mrs. Septimus Perkins has come from
Vs., to spend the summer with her
daughter Mrs. Ida Clark. Her health is
pretty good now.
Mrs. Louisa Lee came from Akron last
week with her mother, Mrs. James Clark,
who will spend some time with her
children here. Mrs. Lee returns home the
first of the week.
Mr. Judson Clark spent Sunday with
Jenny Rolse is visiting at her uncle
George RoUe'a. -.
Mr. James Handly and wife spent Sun-
day in LaGrange.
Frank Richmond and wife and Minnie
Dirlnra spent Sunday In Penfleld at
Lwtpr Ju&raond'a. t . ..
Mr. Lon Hazel from North Amherst
came out to attend commencement and
returned home with his wife the first oi
Frank Smith went to North Amherst
and spent Sunday night and Monday.
David Hull's mother fell and broke her
wrist one day last week.
Mrs. Andrews and grandchildren who
have been visiting her sister Mrs. Burrell,
retained to her home in Ely rla last Satur
day. Mr. A.J. Sage, Miss Jenny Musaon,
Miss Ina Sage and Mlas Rhoda Allen at
tended the S. 8. Convention at Avon last
Wednesday and Thursday. .
Miss Fidle Jones returned to her studies
in Cleveland last Saturday.
Mr. El wood Russell hsd friends irom
Brighton over Sunday.
The Baptist society hss engaged Rev.
Chas. E. Myers to preach lor them for the
Ella Brailey and Allle Brailey spent
Sunday in Wakeman.
Myrtle Sage la home ior her summer
Rat. C. E. Myers, mother and sister,
spent Sunday here; expect to move into
the Baptist Parsonage soon. "
' . June 24, '89.
The strawberry and ice-cream festival
at the M. E. church on last Tuesday eve
ning waa well attended, considering the
inclemency of the weather.
Mr. Ed. Ledyard of Rochester, vlnlud
bis uncle Simon Long and family on Mon
day of lust week. Miss Nora Long ac
companied him home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Crow visited friends
in Rochester, a couple of days last week.
Mrs. George Couklin of Rochester, Is
visiting her relatives the Long and Crow
Mr. Roy Myers is visiting his brother
Lee In PitUfleld.
Mrs. R- McConsugby visited her son,
Samuel and tamlly at Beebetown a couple
of days last week. Mr. R. McConaughy
goes to Oberlin to-day to attend com
mencement. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Toy lor bavo been
visiting their many friends in Eiyris dur
ing the pest tew days.
Miss lxttle Gardnei's school cloned fur
vacation on last Hsturdsy.
A goodly number of our townspeople
attended commencement at Welllogion
ou Thursday and Friday evenings of lust
J. H. tisrdner spent a night last wetk
with friends in New London.
. According to leport a little piece of
yandallsm and comtemptlbls) meanness
was Indulged la by it company of men
working on the road In thla town, where
by little dog, In the absence of its owner,
bad Us life stamped out and waa bid In
the brushes, snd when the owner made
inquiry about it the anawAra vam tfi I.
hnd not been seen, but murder "well out"
oumeumes a auichman will tell the truth.
Such conduct ought to belong to the dark
ages Instead of being laid to men in this
ine weather seems to be improving
and people are trying to cultivate corn,
uu. ujuat yiowa are too wet yet.
June 24th, 89.
' The young people's class, taught by
Mra. Streator, dispensed Icecream at the
hall, Biturday evening, Jane 15.
Chester Drake of New London, was la
town Sunday, 16th.
. Claude Ricket or PembervUie, who has
been visiting here, returned to his home
on the 20th.
J. Palmi rand wife have gone to live
with Ids mother in the north-eas. corner
' Mr. Barnes and wife of New York,
were visiting at G. French's this week.
Mrs. R. M. Close of Oberlin, also visited
Several of ou-folks went to Welling,
Mrs. W. Riga's sister from Michigan, is
Bert Coats and family of Huntington,
spent Sundsy in town.
"They say" tliHt we are to have a
genuine 4th of July celebration.
Mistake In our last. Bukr Instead nt
Fisk, the nnine of new preacher. Deo '
June 24, 'SO.
At caucus held Thursday evening Dell
Johnson, O. M. Gillet, Fred Battles, John
Burrens elected delegates to county con
1 1 Mr P. Kinney and Miss MsiyS, Kinney.
of Oberlin are visiting at Jtbeir brother's,
Mr. F. Kinney.
. Mr. Peet is building a barn.
' ' ', June 23. '6H .
Plenty of rain and the weather cooler.
.'Crops are looking well except corn. . . .
(Mrs. Adad Buckley has been quite sick
for the past two weeks, her trrantf-dkngh
lev Miss Ora Buckley of Oberlin is stay.
log with her at present.
F. E. Wildman was In Cleveland Tues-
day buying new goods to supply her trade.
Elder Wedge of Oberlin. was Infl town
Mr. and Mrs.' Earnest Elr. of Elvrla
spent Sunday In town.
Where are you going the 4th f
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellis of Lorain, were
In town Sunday.
The L. 8. & M. 8 depot at this place is
being repapered and pointed.
The school south-east ol town hH a
pic-nlcSsturday at JatceSigswuriU. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sheffield attended
the Sunday school conventional Avon
Wednesday and Thursday.
The Whitney Family show Is billed for
Kipioo Friday niht June 28tb. C. L.
June 23, 18H9.
The strawberry and Ice-cream Dartv. for
the benefit of the sundsy-school library of
Uie M. E. Church, last week, was a failure.
owing to the stormy evening. The com
mittee will not much more than come oul
During the storm of Sunday evenine.
16th inst, a tool-house on the farm of Mr.
Augustine Whitney was slightly damaged
by the lightning, adjoining buildings es
"A young colt belonelnir to Wm. Pick
worth, living two and one-half miles north
of the centre, got into a barbed wire lenc.
and was so badly entangled that the fen:e
had to be cut to free the colt, which was
badly cut up.
Grandma Mills, who has been aulte un
well for some time past, is somewhat bet
ter. Meeting at the town hall last nlsht to
arrange tor the celebration of the Fourth.
Particulars next week.
Squire Mills got badly stung last Sun
day In trying to hive a swarm of bees
which bad clustered in a large apple tree
is now all O. K.
School at the centre closed on Saturday,
22d. A very good school uhs been kepi
scholars having been kept at work very
steadily. . jj.
June 10, 189.
The Congregational ladles' Societj
a-lll meet with Mrs. Duller Richards
Thursday afternoon, June 7th. As usual
an excellent and enjoyable social gather
ing will reward those present. Let all
The children's day exercises of the Bop.
ttst Church will be presented Sabbath
evening, June 80th. The Sunday school
In addition to other exercises will present
the gospel of the birds.
Fonrlhof July, the glorious Fourth
will be observed by our wide awake citi
zens In the full style of "ye ancient days."
The band gives a picnic In the day time
ami a Hm.. . J
uiguv. nreworks, music
oral on hw it,. T . . '. "UB"'i
- jut. ward, of Trov
Procession and a general hullabaloo will
be the attractions. A great crowd is ex-
mv " cllT M tb future.
The gas lamps stand as the sentinal to
the weary Dedeairian t, .
. , B'"""g u way in
the dark. For some rea a,
lamps have worn masks ever since their
erection, and not alone ia the path of the
belated citiren, gloomy, but hi. mind also
becomes i meditating np.n the poasibiU.
Hesof the street lamps, when properly
behaTing theml,ewherefore limps
and continuous darkness?
A large delegation of our citizens vis
ited Cleveland on Wednesdsy, excursion,
rhe general verdict is excursions, as
amusement producers, are failures; unless
H affords amusement to gloat over the
miseries and absurdities of other cheap
travelers, in which case the material for
Joy Is great. EaT
v , June 23, -89
Frank Thomas Is home from Kansas.
Next Sunday will be childrena' day at
the Baptist Church. . T
Miss Daisy Kessler who has been visit
leg friends in Mansfield, haa returned
Miss Artie Colby, of Mansfield, O.. is
visiting friends in this village.
Frsnk Clifford departed att Tuesday
on an extended visit to friends la the
western part of the Bute.
The advertising wsgon of Whitney
Family show, in charge of Hany Mann.
P"lbrougb!hevilli,ge last Saturday!
The show always showed here formerly
when It passed through this part of the
couairybutlt seems to have crown too
Urge for the town as we nnderstand that
It will not ahow here this season:
P. L. Kessler went to Columbus last
Monday as a delegate to the Republican
State Convention. jj
FVni oar Begnlar CoRMpaa4mi.)
WASBiEaToir, June 21, 1889. .
The Preeldent lelt Washington to-dsy
to Join Mrs. Harrison and his graodchUd
ro at Cape May. He will remain with
them until Monday.
BmsMMrj Proctor has returned to his
dutlec- He reports his son, who haa been "
very ill a much better.
j The veterans are very much pleased
I with the ailnn nl .1.. n u . .
, .uo i iweiueni in author
izing modification of the civil service
, , iow we reinstatement.
missed rrom the classified service.
auecu ail divhirmj
n suipiujes ot us
Govevment that were veterans during the
drat IhrM n rn .. .
ui iieveiand's adminis
tration. The action of the President in
this matter Is generslly approved of as
It will ensble hundreds of deserving men
to get the places back that the democrats
unjustly deprived them of. The Preeldent
took a long time to consider this question
because he Is opposed to the Idea of
making a class ol privileged office-holders
snd wsa somewhat afraid that the pre-
wuem so wi mignt at some time be
to the Dubiio detriment 1W K- a
decided that Justice to th veWans
manded the aotlnn mnA ,. .i
- -" ui.. uie mra wno
fought to preserve the Government are
entitled to everything in the shape of
privileges that can be given them.
Attorney General Miller, to whom was
referred the question ot whether the
Catholic University of this city would
violate the alien rnninnt l. i
wi uj cringing
a corps of European Instructors to this
country, has refused to give a decision in
tliA mnHnw YT a e1 ....
v ...wW.. ao iu u jtrouoa tnat
it ii nut Ma.lntv in AA. n at
-v wwg iiuesuuiis ox
thla kiDff. mm th rUnarlmaant 4 Tmi.iI
. ..iiurui vi eJUBIlUV
(lOt A htirAAtl iif lnfnpnvaitrt
Senator Manderson of Nebruka
for home earlv thla aAb tt. v.
j uo uav
piece of good luck recently at which
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ckiuu ui ineuua uirougnout US
will relolce. lie has Innir itrn
slon for Injuries recleved during the
hellion, and not long since
attention was called to the fact
that under the law he was entitled to a
larger amotiut than he was drawing. Ap
plication waa made to the pension office
and he not only got an Increase of pension
but f 4,000 back pension ss well
Qen. Lucius Fsirchild ex Gov. of Wis
sinnln and ex-Commander of the G. A. R,
has been appointed a member of Sioux
Indian Commission. TT V... ..i
w Mmw KVOJJhVU
ami is daily expected here, when he will
' -" Hio.niirr uieniuenoi ine commission
mM III. I.. I... 4. I 1 . . .
. v.. wlnlur it ia "aid, tendered
Chinese mission to Admiral Shufeldt
C S N . retired. If.be should decline
Vr KsMum who was a member of the
Smmmn Oimiulsslon, which completed its
.-ik last wetk, will it Is thought, be the
PoatuiMsU-r General Wanamaker haa
Iwiied an order for all male employes oj
the I'oat Office department to make a full
st:i menl of their publlo records. The
order was Issued by the request of the
Phil Hhrridan command, Union Veterana.
of this city who believe that there are
quite a number of n.en emplojedln the
depsrtmenia that ilalm to be veierms
without having been lu the Army or Navy
nd the real vets sre determined o 1 o mce