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. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. AUGUjST 21. 1889
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THS - INTHRPRISS,
. Published .T.17 WedDeid.T.it
Term of SnTj.ortotioni -
ATT jSSET-AT-LiW r-d KOTiai FU2LIC,
Loan, and Collection, made a specialty
J. H. MCKSON,
ATTOR N E Y-AT-L AW,
' .nd solicitor of ,
American and Foreign
'. : 'WEST BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - .OHIO.
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Kwidh. NiiiU. (.iilu l.ilK.ny tr..i.
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nj. hoi.k:iiui1, ltntl.L Oinc over
Hustwl'. . ttor in Bank Bnll1ln.
Wllntrton, Ohio. Nitrous otido u adinlo
ltaid fur ttM utrutlftD of tMtb.
SawtUe'. Art OaUery.-Pletnre. In ev
try Btylo n4 rlulit up with the tune.
Special attention paid to cularulng In Crayon
Ink, or Water Colors and' eopylnii from old
pictures. Old necaUresall preserred and ou
Bowlbi k Hall's grocery. . 1
Ploturos ,.J all ki jils. A'liieat work and latest
style. Copying Bud eulurglnf Id Crayon, Ins
and Pastel. epeeiiU attention to (he babies.
Croat'. Block, Wolllasto. O.
R. HATHAWAY - M. D.
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kidouya. PiIm. olceratloa of the rectum, (aula
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B aDO. IHHITI .SB UllinTHIIDI Bimw ui u
ctum treated by aa fnproved system, wtthoat
DImsms of the bladder and kidneystreatedonly
Office In ,
Carpenter Block - WeUlngion, O
R. a. HOLLAND,
TirjS:::: :ii Ssiiiist.
Order, received at Telephone Excliaoge
and at F. D. Felt's drug store.
Oradnate Toronto V.terl narv College, .lass '17.
L. B. PRATT,
Wmi Surgeon id Mi
Orer twenty re year, of pntetlfe. Order.
' received at Adams' and BoogbtoV. drug
a tab re on Courtl.ad Avenue. irU
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clock., Watchee, Jewel, 8il
Terware.Oold Perm, etc No. B, Public
. ' .. Square, Wellington, Ohio.
Livery and Feed Stable. .
South Side Mechanio Street, first
door east of American House. V
Carriage, for tuoeral. Inside corporation, U
- : NOTICE. i;.
Convey. Pasfengera and Baggage' to
and from train! or residences. A1m col
lecU and dlatributea TFBEe, doing a
' ncral expressing and package buslneee.
Leave order, or telephone American
llonae. 871jr H. 8. Burr, Prop.
J. J. THOMAS,
Manufacturer Of And Dealer In
Monuments .5 Tombstones
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
will receive prompt attention at price, to
suit the times. (20
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i llaaufacturers of and dealers In
Doom Seiait evud. Blind
Cheese and Butter Boxe., all kind, of
Lumber, Lath, Shingle, Battens, Mould
ings and Flooring. Biding made arid Sur
face Planing done to order on ahorl notice-
HOYT & BENSCHOTEN,
Deulers In and Manufacturers ot
UXDEBIAKIXG IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A Full line ot Goods Always In Stock. .
Arterial Emlmlming a Specialty. '
Fictures Framed to Onlor. A good vari
ety of Mouldings to select from.
N E. Corner of Smmre. " Welllncton.O
Dr. H. E. Warren,
Office and resilience In Pobtodlce build
ing. Cll answered at all hcnri in city
OfSce Hoars 2 to 5 p-m.
.Pratt & Herrick, .
miUl FEED AND FIM STORE,
Free delivery to any part of the corpor
ation. Railroad street, Wellington, O.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
Would respectfully announce to the citizens
of Welllniiton that they are now on deck, and
Oared to take orders for all kinds ot
and soft coal which they will sell for
eanhat the lowest living prices. A share of
yourpatrouage la solicited. ,..' .
ttf M. L.BUSH ACO.
C;E. STJTLIFF, ,
PSATiSIl IIT COAI.
Jackson and Blosaburg.
' Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
Meet, on the 14
and 4tk Wednet
Post room tn
K. W. Lang,
j. T. Hasksll,
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, Standard Time
Ko I-N.T ASt.L.fMtllne... , 1:43 s. m.
No. tS Ind.snd WhrellugKa Iilti.m.
Ifo. a-Cln. Col's Sz , trim a.m.
Mo. a 8pecll5.r. Cln. Il.. IH:1p.B.
.iff. 17 Col'. 4B Wbeeilog Aecom..... :48p.ai.
No. a-Mght Bi , a' 143p.m.
Ho.il Local Freight MSe.rn.
No. 8S Gallon Local Freight.;. ..i.t.li p. m.
OOM0 BAST, . ' , i.
No. e-fit. L. H. Y lipreee.... . ... tt :l a. m.
No. a Ni.ht Ex I;fli.n,
ho.ee-Oallon A Cleve't Ao. T :40a.m.
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No.14 WhecllDg, Ind. andCleTe.Sz 4:Mp.m.
Ko. a-Clnclon.tl A Clrre'd II (:Mp.m.
Ko.4-CluclaD.ll Limited CxpieM.... ivvia.m,
No.eu-tialUin Local Freight U:lD p. m.
t Trains stop on slgaal. '..,.' .
w&ELi.3um n:t num.-
Clayeland U Marietta H. B.
From snd sfter June a, itm. tralnwlllpass Well
l ington as ioiiows :
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0I0 WEST. f ,
,.t.n 10. IWa.m.
... m. .... f. 48p.m.
I. OS a.m.
Noe. 1,1 and t dally others dally et. Sundry
rartherlnformatloalnfegafdio this line will
OBIRLia.. ' ' .
Arrlrs iilly, t 00 a, m. ; - Depart, I W p. at,
HtTNTIHOTON, STJXLIVAN Sad rOL
irlv.dally.UiMa.av , Depart. 1
Depart 10 a.m
all :v. ' :v:v";-
WILL' BE SOLD
EE&ABDL1BS of COST
Look at the Following Cuts.
French CasBimere Coats and VeBta' w-orth 6, now 40. French
Flannel Coats and Vesta worth $3.50, raow $2.50. Summer Coats '
worth $1 and $1.25, now 75. Medium Weight CaBsimere and
Cheviot Suits worth $14, $15 and $16, now $11. Suits
worth $12 and $13, now $10. Suits worth $9 and
. . . $10.00, now $C.OO and $7.00. (
All broken lots, two or thrcd suits of a kind will
be sold regardless of actual value, to weed
out and make room for Fall Stock.
IM at Our Job Table for Thirty Days.
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LITHOID COLLARS 'A1TD CUFFS
These goods havethe ax)pearance of the
finest Linen, are y absolutely water-proof,
do not turn yellow from age, will wash as
easily as a pane of glass by immersion in
water. Each Collar Is supplied with metal
eyelets and a separable stud to fit. One
Collar, will las: for months without any
expense for "djOirig'up.
Ai E.t.irt. br Our :di Corrssisdsaii.
All About the Hapjteningfl and Special
Events In their Immediate Vicinity.
P1TT8FI XD. . ,
, - . Ang. 19, W.
Harvest Home .enrli t at the Congrcga
lional church next San lay at 10:30 a. m.
Exercises in the evenir g by the Sunday
echoni. ' -
Our thresher nun, J ihn Marshall, hss
concluded to go out of the business, as be
has been engaged In It lot so many years,
he Has bought I new 1 ! horse power en
gine and a new separat r lo fod np on.
Edward Whitney.S. .Whttne7's young
est sod, la in town en a visit
Your correspondent I ritlng from Linn,
wood Park aeems to buk mad? a grand
discovery or mistake (
intent) as It re-
Hards the timber In th
park. 'lie says:
'The park contains aw
ii sixty acres, 20
...ii m mnn nf whtfh ha a arove of mac
nlflcent oaka." I wu hcra abotA a year
ago and then the ttmtx r wu meetly lion,
hence It name Llnnwo xi Park. Glad to
hear that Mr. Neagle, 1 In charge again,
that la hi. place.
David W. Davies hailiened to have hla
arm when a horse wai kicking on the
moraine ot the 11th lot 4 and got the small
bone broken, so he la lain np for repairs
tinder Dr. W. Bunco. ': Ilk wu doing well
at last reports. .
Will Hlnea, oldeat sonfcf a. W. nine.,
tuu gone to Wellington t)l work for the
muling company u aasistAit engineer.
! I think your criticisms tfc the action of
the Postmaster General arl nncalled for.
The principle Involved ia nit one of pen
nrlousneaa, but la a rebuke L that reckless
expendltureof public moneV, which leads
to extravigant outlay, beceule Pacle am
U able to pay. . I bail It u a Wood mora to
take S gigantic monopoly M the'' throat
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A Is. 18.89
Wm. Dixon's place 300 nolf 1500,,
A welcome little one at C, JL Andrew's
abont a week ago. .
Miaa Cooley bu charge at present of
lira. Andrew's millinery alore.
Mrs. W. A. Galpln and children, of
Cleveland are spending two weeks rutll
eating at the Cottage Boaidlog llouse.
The prosperity of our flonr mill Is evi
dent Irom the fact that a large addition
will soon be completed.
The Baptist ice cream supper at town
hall Saturday evening wu not only well
attended, mt enjoyed by all present.
E. J. Teaman's old stand Is again occu
pied. This time by a stranger, who aolio-
iu custom in the watch, clock and jewelry
A slight of band performance at town
hall Thursday and Friday evenings wu
not well attended. Rather atrangu. -
The Wilcoxes are entertaining relatives
from Wheeler, Iud.
Alonzo Rysn has just turned out from
his shop an elegant and substantial f 200
lamily buggy, style cut under end spring
surrey. 8. W. Kilner la the owner. Ryan
takes the back seat to no one In the man
ufacture ol fln cla goods.
' " ' Toms Drti.t.
Aug. 17, 89.
Several of the little ones have been on
the sick list lately. .
M. C. Eendt-Igh, E, R. Gaston and E. L. .
Duxand are each narting a sere finger.
. Miss M. L Palmiter, of Painesville, is s
guest at J. B. Durand's.
Mrs. F. lis rpster ia visiting friends in
. Mrs. Ox by and Mrs. Geo. Carry, form
erly of Amherst, and now resideuU of
Michigan, are visiting ft lends here.
Among those who went Irom here on
the excursion to Lakeside were Mr. and
Mrs. II. Bassett, IT. Wright, Miss Cora
Easton, Evelyn 8bne and Allen Giifnn.
All report a pleasant time.
. Mrs. A. E. Dulmage eatertained the La
dles' Dime Society lut Friday p. m, ;
Durand 4 Wyatt have purchased anoth
er village lot from W. J Engle and are
making preparations to erect a comfort a
able dwelling oo It soon. ' ; ' .
. Rev, C. F. English la spending a few
days at Lakeside: consequently, do aervi
cea in the M.E.to-morrcw. '.
E. C, Dnrand, of Wellington, I. in town
Efforts are being made, and with rood
success, to enforce law and order here on
Sunday. A law and order league la being
organized and we hope we may have less
awlesneas on 'account of it
Mrs. J. Rockwood, of Toledo, wm a
guest at A. Wright's last week and this
week. , O. B.
Ang. 19, 1S89.
Ang. 19atM. DeMoss' a family reun
ion was held in which about 73 partici
pated, 50 of whom were relatives, the rest
old friends. A very enjoyable time wu
The Congregational Sunday School have
a picnic at Savannah Lake Wednesday,
Several of our young people attended
pioneer mbetlng in LodL
Miss Maud Mann went to Oberlin Sat
urday, August 17, to be gone several days.
Mis. Chloe Mann was on the sick list
last week, but is about again.
Etta Smith is not as well as she bas
Mrs. 6. Campbell went to Cleveland on
Frid-iy last to visit her son.
The funeral of Mr. Anderson, who bas
been sick all summer, occurred oa Satur.
day 1at, under the direction of the G. A
R., who have been unremitting la tlielr
care ot him through a long sickness. Mr.
Baker preached the sermon. -
An ice cream social by the ladies of the
Disciple Church, was held on SaturCay
evening, August 17.. $10 and a fraction
proceeds. . Di'O.
II.E. Korton wm onder the doctor's care
last week. ,
Mrs. II. L. Rising fi quite sick.
Mr. Burtb, who has been dangerously
sick Is a little better.
Mr. Veagley is sick.
Mrs. F. 8. Turner is improving slowly.
R Brant wu taken sick a week ago Sat
urday night was confined to the house
all of lut week ' ,
. On Monday last Messrs. Hon and Pal
mer, of Wellington, came here and won
all tbe puree they wished Irons th tennis
playeie. . -A.
Long u la Lorain on Tuesday. -Miss
Mary Carpenter called on friends
here Tuesday. ,
On Tueaday Mrs. Clarisy Pelton re
turned Irom a few weeks sojourn with
friends in Wellington.
Mrs. A. Orr, of Oberlin, visited friends
snd relatives here last week.
W. Orr and wife, of Spencer, called on
friends here Friday.
Willis Leach and II. White made a trip
to Akron on Wednesdsy.
Rev. Ltolbrook, of Oberlin, spent Satur
day with his friend W. 8, Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Cburcbell are visiting at
Mr. Veagley 'a. .
There will be a donation party at ths
town hall on Thursday evening of this
week for Rev. Barton. All are Invited.
I II. C. Nickerson and O. AStraouban
escorted twelve young ladiee to Lake
Chippewa Wednesday last!
There will be an ice cream social at A
Glsh's on Thursday evening, August 20,
All are invited. -
Frank 8bank wu in Canton last week.
W. O. Leach hu purchased A M. Can.
field's stock of pictures, frames, etc.,
which he offers for sale cheap.
Aug. 18, '89.
There will be preaching in the M. E
church next Sabbath.
Rev. E. C. Myers, pastor of th Baptist
Church, preached on "The Trinity" last
Sabbath. Hia sermon wu very interest
Ing and showed a great deal of study.
Every statement thst be made he "gave
scriptural proof for.
Mr. Breyley, Mr. Jap West, Mr. Elbert
Chapman and Mr. Jas. Uanley with the
pas'or are delegates to the annual Lorain
Co. Baptist Association, which meets al
Oberlin this week. A good many others
expect to attend.
Mrs. Kirk and Mrs. Tracy, sUter aud
niece of Mrs. Matlie Chapman, from Dela
ware have been visiting her.
Ella Breyley hat been spending some
time visiting friends in Wi!lonylily and
Cleveland. "". ' "
Miss Mary WuoJc-: fio.il Cuvelaml,
and Mrs. Gibbons, from Willoogbby.have
been yishluj tbeir sIsiki, Jlr. tirvytry.
Mr. and tire. Itlt-timond, fiom V.uttatd,
spent Sunday in town. i
Tao Engliahihtu by the namo ol Cole
spent Sunday with Uuratio Alleu. They
were neighbors of his In England . r
Mrs. Cattle Ward and her children are
visiting friends here. ' "
. Mr. Geo. Robinson anil his wife and
Mason Smith spent Sunday In Fichville..,
. Jasper West su lust return ed from
Michigan with a car load of sheep. J
Minnie Dlrlam la entertaining Misaea
Ella and Alma Dlrlam. cousins from
The ordination exercises at the Baptist
church lut Thursday were very Interest
ing, a fun account of which will be found
Mrs. Anna Richards and her little eirls.
from LaUmngfl. were Lome list vaeek.
Mrs. Frank Leinlnger haa a little girl.
Mrs. Lucy West and daughter Grace
visiled Mrs. Nellie Rngg. ,
Airs. Metta Hunter, from Weeping
Water, Neb., is visiting her father. Jaks
Belle Tenant was quite rick lnrt week,
but Is better now. .4
From oar Regular Correspondent.
WASHracTos, Ang. 18, 1889.
The President hu returned to Washine-
ington from his eastern trip, but he will
gotolndianapolia early in the coming
week to participate in tbo laying of the
corner stone of the soldiers' monument
and in the reunion of his old regiment,
the date of which wu changed to enable
him to attend. He Is looking remarkably
well, much better than at any time during
the lust six months. lie expects to re.
msln in Indianapolis several days and
upon bis return may go direct to Deer
Park, where he expects to remain luring
September, Instead of coming to Washing,
ton. This bas not, however, been fully
There has been so much tulk In the '
newspapers about the excitement ia At
lanta, Ga , over the appointment of a
colored man lo a position in the postoffice
at that place, that Assistant Postmaster
General Clarkson has made public tbefol
lowing statement: The story as, printed
in the Atlanta papers and telejrapbed
North stated that the new postmaster had
appointed a negro clerk and assigned him
to daly at'the same desk w ith a young
white woman. Here are the real facts:
After the appointment of General Lewis
aa postmaster, one of tbe registry clerks
resigned and the postmaster appointed C
C. Penny, a colored man. who stood at the
head of the civil service list of eligible..
He wu assigned to duty in the registry
division, not in the same room with the
Whit Woman, but In anothar. . The futVmL
of the woman, who wu superintendent ot
the registry department, resigned because
a negro was appointed In the division.
The insincerity of tbe city raised by the
Democratic papers ia shown by the fact
that there were five negro clerks in the of
fice under the Democratic postmuter.
There is nothing In tbe matter for the de
partment to act upon, and there la nothing
in tbe action of Postmuter Lewis o be
criticised by fair minded people."
Secretary Wlndom bu decided that the
new revenue steamer built for service at
Charleston, South Carolina, be named
"Lot M. Morell" In honor of the late Lot
M. Morell, who was for three years Gov
ernor of Maine; for nearly fourteen years
s United States Senator frim that State,
and who wu Secretary of tbe Trcunry
during the lut yesr of General Grant's
Mrs. John A Logan H at her home in
this city snd la devoting her time exclu
sively to the Home Magazine, of which
she Is editor, and her many admirers and
friends hope she will make it s great sue.
The Information gained by Secretary
Rusk on his recent visit to New York city
hu caused him to issue a supplement to
hla July circular prescribing regulations
for the disinfection of cattle during trans
portation from the Texu fever district
The supplement relates to precautions
'necessary. to,prerent the Infection of cattle
selected for export
The Postmaster General hu gitea in
structions that the one-cent per word rata
Is to be considered u In effect nntll the
pending dispute with ths U-Iegraph com
panies is settled. The telegraph compan
ies have not u yet given any sign u to
whether they would accept this, but It Is
probable that they will, u they have noth
ing to gain by being contrary. -
Gen. John B. Colt, of Wuhingtoa has
bought the lumber of the scaffold oa
w hich John Brown was bung at Charles
ton, W. Vs., December 2, 1859, snd Intends
to exhibit the scaffold fot the purpose of .
raiilog a fund to erect a monument to
John Brown on tbe Shenandoah river, be
tween Charleston and Harpers Ferry, W, -
Vs. - ;,'r,
Ths State department bu Issued s spec
ial passport to Senator Everts, who Is go
ing to Europe to consult some of the d is-"
Anguished occullets over there about an
affection of tbe eyes which, bu troubled
him very much of late. ' ' "
Mors than 10,000 pages of testimony In
the Congressional contested election cases .
have already been pot la type at the Gov
eminent printing office, and It Is net all la
yet. This Is a pretty expensive business. '
Secretary Noble hu anted for the resig
nation of J. B. Llndaey, ot Colorado, propt
erty clerk of the Patent Office.' Tils suc
cessor hu not yet been appointed. . '
Ths commission Investigating the re
rating of pensions expect to make their re
port eaily In September.