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A Family Newspaper Devoted to tb Interest 'of Lorain County and Vicinity.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER lfi. 1889.
Published every Wednesday, at
Term, of Subsoriotiont
Viz Months 76
XhreeMonths , . 0
J. J. THOMAS,
M.nuf.ctur.f Of And D.al.r In
Monuments 5 Tombstones
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
will receive Dromot attention at prices to
BUit the times. (20
J. T. HASKELL.
ui VOTA&T FUSLIC.
Loans and Collections mado a specialty
Office in bank building.
J. H. DICKSON,
'ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW,
' and solicitor of
American and Foreign
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUABE,
WELLINGTON. - OHIO.
D. L. TVADSWORTD A CO.,
Hanuracturera of and dealers In
Soon Saalx avaa Blind.
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol
Lumber, Lath, Bhlngles, BaHens, Mould-
Ings sna flooring. Diuiog uiuue mm our
(ace Planing done to order on abort no.
tice. WELLINGTON, O.
S. F. BLACK,
Contractor and Builder,
Plans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 46-ly
RH. ;!miN, Insurance Agont and
Notary I'ubllu. Insurance, .hI, inort
ragca. wlll. li'Hwii. W)iiirKui. eta., written In
neat ami luu-al uniiini r. OiMn over Soraire'S
boot and phj hi.iiv.
UliCKOK tlOitlX l, la Barter, Vitips
j!i oiM-nf the initt. mwl oun.-nlMti liar
kUi.,.lnuitfil Hill nrt-ol rkiuil
mploy.a. A hill -irinu'iii of lieiroll. p
made, ami hair rii4iii-:iilvr. Fine liutii room.
LiMiinlInD nn.l .U .11 Mllill'. Willi
kot and cold wau-r nl nil wfnHiy winvnt-
Rooms. South alile l.iotriy nrmi.
tu-.N l is ! .
Tl J. HOI Hlt'KK. IK-ntlM. ORloa over
II. Hustod's store. In llaiik Building,
Wellington, OLIo. Nitrous oxide fas admin-
t& for tbe .itraotioo or teeu.
n ... ruilarv.-Pictures In ev
O cry style aud rliiht up with the times.
Special attention ptld to euUrKlnn In Crayon
Ink, or Water Colors aud copylnic from old
ninturx.. Old negatives all preserved and u-
pllcates ean be hat at any time. Uallery over
Uowlby JUairs grocery.
Pictures of all ir.dds. Finest wort and latest
styles. Copying and enlarging In Crayon, in
d Pastel. Special attention to the babies,
Crosr.r's Block, WaUlUBtom. O.
: ; E. HATHAWAY M. D.
kldaey.. filet. alteration of the rectnm, l.tala
n .no, liMiii and all prevailing dl.ea.es of the
' tctum tre.uid by an Improved sy.tem, without
IIikimi of the bladder and kldneyttreated only
IU'1 . Gtmui tun irivtrai aua..i v.
Carpenter Block Wellington, O
R. 0. HOLLAND,
T:l:;;:::jS.:j::: d Dentist.
Orders recnlvfld at Telephone Exchange
and at F, D Felt's drug store.
Graduate Toronto Veterl narv College, class '87.
L. B. PRATT,
Ww im ni Dentist.
SI . ... am... At KM.,i,. f ft.
received at Adams' and Uouuhton's drug
stores, Horse, still taken for treatment at my
stable on louruaua Avenue. -
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewehy, Sil
verware Gold Pens, etc. . No. 5, Public
, Square. Wellington,
BARRETT & WAIT,
Dr. H. E. Warren;
Office and residence in Post office build
ing. Calls answered at all hours in city
Offloe Hours 8 to fi p- m.
Pratt & Iierrick,
.ENSEAL FEED AND Ml STORE,
Va AiA I vara tn int. narf nf f hil POmnf
n tt a. lf-ll! a fa
anon, uauroau Bireei, vtcimdkiud, v.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L. BUSH Si CO
Would respectfully announce to the citizens
At WAlllnutnn that thv .rn nnw on deca. ana
prepared to take orders lor ail ainaa ui
hard and soft coal which they will sell to
cash at the lowest II vina prices. A share of
your patronage is soiioiieo.
AU U Vbuu s wvi
0HRI3TIS h BENNKTT
CAERIAOES, WAGOXS AND 8LEIGHS
Or BTBBT DH8CBIPTI0H.
EEPAIEINQ A SPECIALTY.
deaIjIlh zxr coal
Jaokson and Blossburg
Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
In addition to our
Stylish Rochester Mode, Clothing
We have put in a line of heavy,
stoutly sewed suits of smooth,
ignuy woven maienai just tne
hing for men working in the
wood, in lumber, or stone, which
we will sell at. the astonishingly
ow price of i
a suit only about half what you
have paid for similar, suits. Ihey
will wear like iron. We have
also received a case of fine,
"WHITE DRESS SHIRTS
mill reinforced fronts and tacks,
linen bosoms, felled seams. Every
shirt warranted. . These goods sell
by jobbers at from $8 to IWO per
dozen, wo deal directly "witn the
manufacturer in case lots, thus
savins the . middleman's profit.
We shall sell this lot by the doz
en, half dozen or . single garment
ati"50 cents each. Itl is a better
m n. hp i nv
m um -w. Ui ui m si sh.)
From and sftei Oct. , 1889. trdns will pas. Wel-
ington a. follow.:
CENTRAL STANDAKD TIME.
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HUNTINGTON, RCI.1.IVAN and POLK.
4mv.d.llr, ll:'s. ra Dprt.I'""
C.SO-E SZ, CO.,
vr vtrm. T.lfa. Accident and Tornado. The
best eompanles in the United BtaU-a repre
sented Dy us. unice pnrni uo i"t"''""
second lloor Wadsworth block. 1311
Liverv and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanio Street, first
door east ol American House.
Carriages for funerals Inside corporation, L
, NOTICE. '
! rTlL J fl!L aJ ffa.aaf.a f lea
Conveys Passengers and Baggage to
f and from trains or residences." Also cpl
lorts and distributes eipBEbs, doing a
. . . a , t.Mn1MAn..
eneral expressing ana pacange uuoiuot-.
Leave prders Pr telephone American
Uouae. 1 87-ly ;v H.S. Smith, Prop.'
Stands at the head. Oberlln Collcire Wrlllni
Type-writing, nd Oberlln Buiineu College,
U oonnected. Kxpente low. In it ruction thor-
ouffn ana courvra wmmnc. .uvui..- ...v
AddreM McXidt A HliiliR80M, Oberlin, O
roNTTMPTlOX SURELY CUKED,
N To tiii Rditor-F1m Inform your read.
ftrn that I hav posuiTB nineay ior uo muvw
a uw ttm Mmsiiv nA thmiHivnaa o
nnmcu uievaawvs - saw "
t.u.i... ti.M kaAAisa tutrrriusintlff Dtiratl
IIUITOinSM SJSinPB' U.l mram
I shall be clad to send two bottles of my renie-
Aw - .. - - a,. nt vnnrraoitnr. who haV. COI1-
sumptlon II Ihey will send me their express
and pout omee atinmsa. rwspcciiuiij. .. ,
X. A.SLOUIH.H.0..18W v U.,NwVorl.
years later moved to Michigan.
Many useful gills were presented to the
aged couple. A poem of greeting was
read by tbe oldest dauuhter, Mrs. DeElte
Oct. 14, '89.
Editor of Tub EMnaraisi:
last Issue, your Huntington cor
espondent says, that, on account of the
political speeches made by Rev. Joseph
Long (not Lang.) (he church was unable
to raise bis full salary. I think there Is
very slight reason for this statement.
This is evidenced from the tact that we
have already paid Mr. Long about $160.
more than the majority at our last busi
ness meeting would agree to attempt to
raise for a new man. Our church, within
a comparatively short time, has lost very
heavily In a financial way, by death and
removals until we are actually unable to
pay as large a salary as heretofore has
beep our custom.
If it was Mr. Long's fault that! there
was a deficiency, then the conference was
In duty bound to send us another man
(if one could be lound without any pro
nuuDced political view or, In case he bad,
would consent to be muzzled) and not
place us upon the list .to be supplied. I
think the logical Inference is plain that
we have been taxed beyond our capacity
I think your correspondent does
Huntington an Injustice when he would
create the Impression that there are those
smong her citizens so narrow and con
tracted in their views of right and duty
as to refuse to support an able and con
scientious minister, simply because he
dares to differ from them In bis political
views, and to express thobe views in a
Mr. Long is a man'clear, carelul, and
accurate in his statements, and In present
ing his views, logical and lair, abusing no
one or no party. And, as be himself said
If any have been offended they have been
offended by tbe truth, and he does not
consider himself responsible for what the
Wbeu men will learn to have at least
an equal regard for tbe church that tliev
hve for their party, to hold truth in as
blirtt esteem In politics as in other mat
ters, and to accord to ministers ol tbe gos
pel as vrclLaii jo oUiara lliey-aome-rights
an1 nrttrltanasi it A nta-srlnn sk ttt .vjnoriInf tiflf
If you want a good fitting Flannel overshirt buy none they so londly cherish for themselves, then
there need nut be even i suspicion that a
minister has been' boycotted because he
dares to exercice those rights and priv.
man Ingalls and wife, Texas.
A. W. Benschoteu h:ts secured a pos!.
tlon In tbe Cleveland night schools. His
family will spend tbe winter with him In
L W. Richmond, P. Hnlconib, H. A.
Wilcox, and oihers are taking a bunting
trip to the Michigan wonds.
Rhetorlcals of primary and Intermediate
schooh at town hail Friday evening of
next week. Let everybody come.
Died, on the 8th Insr., Mrs. Wm. Silic,
aged 29, after a lingering sickness of con
sumption. Funeral services at tbe resU
dence on the 9th, conducted by Rev. Dr.
Painter of LaUrange, to which place the
remains were taken for interment.
Mr. Clarence Sheldon has entered upon
his duties of postmaster, thus relieving;
our old one who has lelt thd burden of
office for many long years. Mr Sbeldoa
Intends to put a stock of groceries into the
building in which the post office is kept so
that people can get their mall, tea, coffee,
ect, at one trip. Very convenient you
Rev. U. Richards occupied the pulpit at
the M. E. Church on Sunday for the first
time since Conference, very good congre
gation. During the storm on Saturday morning
the house belonging to Mr. Augustine
Whitney, occupied by Mr. Fred Blggs
wasstruck by lightning knocking down the
chimney. Tbe extent of tbe damage J
have not learned, nobody hurt. A tree
standing near the house of Mr, J. R. Ward
was also Btruck during tbe storm.
' October 14, 1889.
Mr. Editor: As the retiring post
master I wish to thank the people of Pitts
field for their kindness and patience with
all my errors these long years, aud ask
tbem, In behalf at the new postmaster, to
give him all their patronage. Do not be a
little late and give your le tters to the
backman for some large ofTJce, but give to
your own postmaster ail the help you can,
for, rest assured he will grow rich none
too fast cancelling stamps; and we do
bope he will conclude not to sell' tobacco
In any form, for our boys are learning to
smoke with one place where they can buy,
quit, toe fast tor-tbetr future good
hut thft "GOODSTOCK." 3b nches Ions. -Uvery one
warranted. A. M. FITCH, the Clothier.
Libert v afreet. WelUneton. Ohio.
, ,w - . nt r
ana next to Havings uamc, jiiiyna, u.
Ai Gathered It Our SialCorakt..
All About the HpeninrR anil Special
Events in their Immcdiute Vicinity.
Oct. 15, '89.
Mr. ana Mrs. Hendete from Michigan
have been vlnlting at his brothers, A.
Uendee. tbe past week.
Miss Mary Voorhees from Pawnee, O.,
la visiting at ber sister's, Mrs. J. T. Orr.
Mrs. Murray from Wellington is visit
ing friends here a few days.
Miss Carrie Rupp was home over Sun
T. B. Allison from Mount Hope, Ash
land Co., visited at W. D. Orr's,one day
Mlas Ilattle Dooard Is slowly Improving.
A Burt and wife have gone to Cleve
land on a few days visit.
Mr. A. Gannett bos returned from bi.
visit In Michigan.
We understand that James Duugherty
is going to leave his farm and move to
Wellington. Sorry lo have him leave.
The annual meeting of the Medina
Coun'y Subbath School Union was held In
the M. E. church hero Oct 9th and 101b.
The program was very Interesting:
Oct 14, '80,
Mr. Fonwlck preached in the M. E.
church Sunday s, m. Either on account
of the roads or bad weather, Mr. McNab
failed to be present. It is expected that
be will be here on next Sabbath morning
for sore. It does not look just right to
see the M. E. parsonage all shut up ; we
hope ere long to see Its "latch string out."
Mrs. Myers of the Baptist parsonage Is
spending a few weeks with her daughter
in Norwalk. Miss Lilly is keeping house
for her ministerial brother.
lion. T. G. Keeler was to have spoken in
the town hall lost Saturday evening but
on account of the bad weather be (ailed
to put In his appearance, and as there was
no ono to take his place, there was no
sneaking- at that place. ' It was quite a
i j - . - r
disappointment to his party.
Mr. and Mrs. L E. Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. D. K Wells, with their cousins, Fred
Falrchllds spent 8aturday with Fletcher
Ward's family InXeRoy. Mr. Falrchilds Is
visiting mends in northern Ohio.
Lilly Hawluy, of Huntington, and Louis
Sugars, from Troy, were married on Satur-
day evening at the home of tbe bride's
father. Myron Hawlcy, by Rev. E. C.
Between thirty and forty young people
spent Monday evening last week at M. R,
Smith's to have one more good time with
Frank bclore he went away, and they hud
it. There was a few others that we were
sorry not to see there.
Mrs. Septimus Perkins expects to start
for Vienna, Va., this week Wednesday to
spend tbe winter with ber daughter
Clarence Dirlam Is working for Mr,
Arza Peet this fall.
Genevieve Myers has gone to Norwalk
to visit her sister for a week
Mrs. Whitney Clark started for Los
Aneeles. Cal, last Thursday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ada Gilbert.
Edward West bna a little son.
HALF A CBNTl'UT TOOETIIKR
Tbe following was handed lo us by a
natron of Tub Kntkktrisb who was in
attendance at the golden wedding. Mr,
and Mrs. Moore were former residents of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Moore celebrated
the 50th annivetsary of their marriage
Wednesday, October 2d, at their home.two
and one-half miles east of Lansing, Mich
Golden weddings are always pleusant
affuirs,and this was one of the pleusantest
When the' venerable bride and bride.
groom turned at tbelr 60tb mile-post they
saw, not only the rich fruitions of two long
and useful lives, but. a small host of clill.
dren and grandchildren about them as w ell
The presence of these, with their loving
attention and gifts could not avoid making
tbe day one of peculiar charm.
Mr. ana Mrs. Moore were the parents of
eleven children, and all are atill living.
Of these ten were were present, only Cul
len A, Moore, of Dakota, being absent.
There were present from Ohio Mr. snd
Mrs. Edgar Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wells, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward West and Mrs. S- P.
Let us have free speech, a fair count
and less bulldozing.
W. U. Haskins.
' Oct. 13, 11589.
Miss Mary Cumuiinga, who bas been
sick for some time, died on Thursday
evening, funeral Saturday at Desciple
Church, Rev. Baker conducting services,
Mrs. Cumming's brother and wife, from
Akron, were here.
Mrs. Luther Gould has been very sick
with typhoid pneumonia Is slightly bet
ter. Mrs. McDon-Ud Is also sick with
cold on the lungs.
Mrs. Wandel has been absent some
weeks in Mich, visiting relatives.
Muud Mann spent several days lost
week in Gallon.
Mrs. Mabel Fullhieton ol Foeioria has
been spending a week with her parents.
Ed Campbell and wile of Cleveland,
made bis mother a flying visit Oct. 5.
Amandrln Piuniely and wile of Elyrio,
are spending some time at Ashley Purine-
Mrs. Mury D. Moe (nee Johnson,) ot
Mich, .is visiting her numerous friends
here. Mrs. Ely Smith of Olcan, Mich.,
with her family, are also here.
Tbe wile ot Bradford Jackson, a former
resident of this place, was brought to
Pittsfield troni Mii;h. for burlul Sunday,
the 13th. Bbe was a Miss Staples of that
Sl LLIVAN, 0(T. 15, 1889
B.UI.V. u. ,
Permit me through thecolums or your
most excellent paper to inuko; an expla
nation to the many reader ot the Enter
prise, In regard to mi article in the Sulli
van correspondence in ljs-t (w-k'i Issue.
I wish to plainly .Lit-t I w hr article
published is lulse rutin beginning to the
ending as revnxls iiixn-ii i i.is I can
prove and lurlhermoit- bck u -
Your. TrSl.t ,
0 t. 14. '89.
Busy, so buy. ,
Mrs. W. 11. Painter is serlouly I'l.
Ford Gott Is In New York buying winter
stock of goods.
Mrs. Bory and Mrs. L G. Parsons are
Many have asked bow loog X liars bad
the office. The mall was brought to me
for the first time when the church bells
were tolling the sad news of the death of
our President, Abraham Lincoln. The
country, as well as myself, was In deep
sorrow ; and to the many friends who then
sought to lighten my burdens, I wish in
this way to return to tbem my heartfelt
gratitude. Mns. C. II. Kinobdl'iit.
List of Grand and Petit Jurors lor the
November Term 1889 of Lorulu Common
H. H. Fitch,
D. W. Davis,
J. E. Johnson, .
M. B. Peabody,
George W. Boyd,
G. F. Smith,
Edward Kllllp, '
Charles E. Wilson,
The former borne of Mr. and Mrs. Moore visiting Michigan friends,
. a. . . 1 . U...U K...n
WS. ID jnrswr,niasi.,wnur uurn wc.o uvmu.
Twenty.seven years ol tbelr married life
was spent at Chester Hill and all of their
eleven children were born there. In 1806
I they moved to Huntington, Ohio, and four
M rs Jennie Moran spent Sunday with
her mother. Lnry Moian, fins gone to
. October 8th 8;W. Kllner lefl for 81.
Louis-, Cyrus Nichols, Kansas City i Nor-
The following is a list of nnclalmed letters re-
m.tnlng lu the po.tofflce at Wollingtoo, Ohio
Oct, 14, tO.
Mrs titella Draper, W.X. Guy.
Persons ealllni tor the above leUers please
Q so. C. Bush, P. M.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
ihe country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the laxt tew years was
supposed to be Incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed incalremedlesnd
ly constantly failing to cure wiih local
tientment - pronounced it Incurable.
Sdeuce has proven Catairh to be a con
stitutional disease, and therefore requires
a con.tituttonal treatment, i flail's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured ' by F. J..
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure bow on tbe market
It is taken Internally In dosea from ten
drops lo a teaspoonful. - It act dliectly
upon the Mood and mucus surfaces of tbe
system. They offer one hundred dollars
lor any case It tails to cure. Send for clr
culai and testimonials. Address, 4 '
K. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by nil Druggists, 75 cents,