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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER: 27, 1881).
J. B. Smith, Proprietor.
lateredntth Pott-offlo at Welllaitan M
Beeont Clui aittr. seeordlns to BtatnU.
OnaTur.... I1 M
AtartUloi IrtoanM par II IbmiUob.
Spur and Column Batu nude knows on appll
anion. Ths Catholics claim 10,000,000 people,
or one-sixth of ths' population of the
United Stated, to bo men ben of their
' Tub people ot Georgia are making an
effort to raise a fund to remove the re
mains of the Confederate officers who
were interred on Johnson's Island durlnj
the late war. ' ' '
The High Priest of the : Mormon
Church has Issued ' an address to his
people proclaiming his loyalty to the
Government at whose hands he would
expect protection in case of trouble, but
closes It by saying that the Lord will
smite any people who undertake to oppose
the enforcement ot their Church rules.
Tub first business of Importance the
lower house of Congress will hare to
transact will be to elect a Speaker. Ohio
has never had the honor or furnishing
but one Speaker: that was John W. Eel
fer, from, Dec. Cth, 1881 to March 4. 1883,
Kentucky has been the lucky State in this
respect. She has furnished the Speaker
for nineteen years.
EvEKTTniNfl Indicates that Lieutenant
Guvernor-elect Lampson will be unseated
The Democrats having a majority In the
Senate It will not take long to scare up
enough so-called fraudulent Totes to un
seat him. Mr. Lampson has proven him
self lojbe a very efficient parliamentarian
and a gentleman, and we hope that he
may succeed In holding the place.
Ex-Rkj'resektativb W. D. Johnston ot
Huron county has secured the appoint.
ment as postmsster at East Towniend.
Mr. Johnston may consider himself In
lock, and should set apart one day for po
litical fasting. The Buckeye boys have
learned to respect their weakness instead
, of their once lorroer greatness during the
official guidance of our present executive.
The 'barbers ot Cleveland are deter
mined tn rinse doors on the Sabbath day
That's right ; and we hope ther will suc
ceed and punish every offender that falls
to obey the ordinance. Anything that is
necessary to be done on that day Is per
fectly proper; but In ninety-nine oases
out ol every hundred every gentleman's
toilet can be arranged on Saturday if be
Fusk G. Cabfkktib, the traveling
correspondent of the Cleveland Leader in
foreign countries, will doubtless make a
fortune of his writings on his return home.
lie gives the most accurate description of
the laws, forms of government, religions,
domestic relations, agriculture, manufact
uring, etc. A history of the world writ
ten by him would be entitled to the first
shell in any library In the country.
Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton died of sppo-
plexy at the Hotel Bellevue in the city of
Brussels, Belgium, Sundsy night, Novem
ber 24th., Hlsremslnt will be brought
to America forlnterment Tho deceased
wu born in 182.1. He waa elected to the
lower house of Congress in 1836, and wu
re-elected four terms. In 1878 kewas
elected to the Senate and served until 1885,
when he wu appointed Minister to Ger
many by President Cleveland. Ohio loses
The Prohibition papers are attempting
to cause a rupture in the Republican
ranks about Vice-President Morton taking
out license for a saloon In building
erected for a lot el In Washington, D. D
Mr. Morton did erect a building to be used
for a hotel In the cliy during the past ses
eon. The . building was leased, and the
lessee toek out license to sell Intoxicating
drinks, which is the custom In that city.
We have not been advised whether the
Vice-President ordered a bur constructed
tn the building, or whether the lessee
made one himself. Until this fact ' is es
tablished it is the better plan to suspend
Tbi Brazilian Minister at Washington,
D.C, received the following important
cablegram, which shows that the republic
hu been accepted by all provinces of
Rio DB J ax z mo, Nov. 84. I Inform
you that all the provinces have signified
their adherence In the republic and 'pro.
visional goverament without any feslst
ance or protest. The government hat ex.
tended the right to vote to all citizens
except only those unable to read or write,
The archbishop, bead of the church In
Brazil, bu conferred Uvday bis solemn
benediction apon the government and the
It is Indeed wonderful to think of the
wisdom that our revolutionary fathers
fosaesssd to establish as simple a form of
government Is the United State at hu
aeeo done. . A few yean ago, Fraacr tell
mto line, and now comes Brazil. Eng.
had to virtually a republic Is form, but
not la name; Ireland vill soon be free,
an4 many others, as the light begins to
dawn upon them, will follow. It Is
indeed wonderful to read of the barbarous
practices that are still enforced in some of
the European countries. Let the light
continue to shine. " 1
i Wsshioctoa Letter. '
! Front oar Bafalar CoRMponriaw.
Washington, Nov. 22, 1889.
: The appointment ol a successor, to First
Deputy Pension Commissioner Smith is
looked for every day, It being generally
conceded that Mr. Smith, who Is now
away on leave, will not resume the duties
of theofflce. . , ' i
If this thing keeps on a while longer
the Civil Service Commissioners will
think, they own this country outright.
One of them actually bad the impudence
In a conversation with outside parties, to
make threats as to what the Commission
would do to the President it he did not
order the Attorney General to prosecute
the two officer! of the old Dominion Re
publican League that one federal office
holders, and whom the report of the Civil
Service Commission charges with a vio
lation of law. This fellow seems to for
get that the same power which made the
commission can unmake It , ;
It is believed that Mrs. Goodloe, widow
of the late Col. W. C. Goodloe, will suc
ceed her late husband as Collector of In
ternal revenue for the Sixth Kentucky
district. There were six candidates for
the place, but two of them have with'
drawn In favor of Mrs. Goodloe. If she
is appointed she will be the first woman
to hold a similar position.
The five new Represenatlves from the
tour new States do not mean to take back
seats because they were late in getting to
the feast. They have already held a
meeting and selected the commitees of
the House to which each of them will ask
to be assigned so as to be able to look out
for the Interests of their section. They
recognise the value of united action.
secretary Blaine presides over the
meeting of the Three Americas' Congress.
It Is not known whether the recent revo
lutlon in Brazil will make any change in
the delegates from that country. The
Brazilian delegates will take no part in
the proceedings until their Btate Is better
defined than at present
Commissioner of Patent Mitchell
thinks the reproach of being behind-band
with its work will shortly b removed
from the Patent Office. It had recently
oeea catcblng up at the rate of one bun
dred cases a week; that la, the office is
disposing of one hundred cases in excess
of the number received each week. This
Is aa it should be. The Inventors ol the
country deserve prompt attention from
Senator Stockbridge says the coming
session of Congress Is likely to do more
talking than anything else, and that he
expects little or no Important legislation
tone passed. 7 .
Secretary Windom says he has given no
Inkling of what the pollcyjof the Treasoiy
Department It to be on the silver question
to any person outside Of the cabinet, and
that all publications made on the subject
have been drawn from the imaginations
of the writers.
Notes from Other Town.
Wm. H. Lee, an old soldier of Co. B
43d O. V. I- died last week and wu bur
led on Friday bv Arthur Btronc Post of
Crestoo, in Mound Hill cemetery. His
disease wu consumption. He leaves
wile and four small children. Another
comrade hu uawend to the last roll
call Elder Cooler closed bis course
of lectures, ten in number n bis travels In
Bible lands, last Sunday evening. The
lectures were illustrated by charts and
specimens, and were of treat Interest to
the large audiences which attended. The
young people particularly were inter
ested A. K. Robinson a civil
engineer of Ravenna, committed suicide
In St Louis Saturday last He wss well
known In tome sections In Medina county,
Bavins, surveyed several lines of proposed
railroads through this county, includms-
the Wheeling & Lske Erie, of which be
was president at one time. . . .The artesian
well which A. I. Root hu been drilling
on the creek bottom south of his factory
had to be abandoned at a depth of 133
feet on account of a superabundance of
water. He will erect his windmill over
Hand pump water Into his carp pond,
sou luerehy secure a fins quslliv ot ice
this winter. Workmen sre now busy at
work laying the foundation for the large
uramr bis water works on the Branson
Professor A. A. Wrliht and the lacllea
and gentlemen of the geolonr class.
visited the rocks In the vicinity of Elyrla
last Monday siternoon, hammers In hand,
In search ol geologic! specimens A
Township Union Sunday School Conven
tion for Russia township will be held In
the Baptist church of Oberlln.oo Tuesday
tnxemuerou, winnnini St ID o'clock a.
m. All Interested are Invited to ba nn.
ent Bert Brown a young married
colored mao, patronized the oxcnralnn
train Saturday night, came home drunk
and pounded bit wife. Marshall Burge
escorted him tJ the Cleveland workhnnaa
Monday to serve a sentence of thirty dsys
tna costs rue "local Democracy"
have been very considerate of the feelings
k jwpunucana in tnelr demonstrations
oy over their parti's unexnectad victor
in the Isle elections. Tbev made soma
red fire on the streets Satuidar cranio
but their exultation wu by no meant
bolateros.,..:.The Soldlerf lloanmant
had been, restored and repaired, Mr,
Decker doing the carving ot the pieces
which take the places of those that bays
been "broken aed dlstroyed. Where
necessary the monument hu also been
"pointed," and it once again- presents a
finished and creditable appearance......
Mrs. Dr. S. C. Brown and daughters,
Mary and Carrie, are visiting in Cinoln.
natl and from that place will go to
Florida to spend the winter. News.
Wo are progressive here in Mediae.
We have progressive spelling matches and
sre to have a progressive conversational
party ,TheC.L. & W. R..R hu
placed an automatic recording machine at
Chamberlin station which will weigh tlx
Cart of coal per minute and record the
weight of each, but refuses to weigh two
can . st s time.. ...R 8. Shepard hu
purchased the American house property
of L. E. Tylee, trading hit dwelling house
on West Liberty street and the Mason
photograph gallery property on North
Court street as part of the consideration.
It Is rumored that Mr. Shepard will move
ths old wooden buildings sway and put
up s fine brick block for hotel with an
additional room for his dry goods busi
ness. We certainly hope this will prove
to be t fact, for It It what Medina sorely
needs. Mr. E. E. Btanden, the present
landlord of the American house,' bu i
three years' lease of the property, but we
understand that he expresses s wllllngess
to vacate ths tame to give time to put up
the new structure. Sentinel. -
Mass No Mistake. If you have
made up your mind to buy Hood's Strsa
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meaicine.pos&easing.Dy virtueor its pecul
iar combination, proportion, and prepar
ation, curative power superior to any
other article of the kind before the people,
For all affections arising from impure
blood or low state of the system it is on.
eaqua'Jed. Be sure to get Hood's
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Spring Is represented by s beautiful
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On the companion page, the Isnner's
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This beautiful Card Is only' an Indies,
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Youth's Coxtakiox, Boston, Mass. -
Mv boV met With a aarlnna t
pulling s can of boillni wster over on him.
aou icaiuing nis iocs, arms and bands
dreadlullv. Hvna kni. a.i..i
Oil In the bouse I applied It Immediately
to the parts scalded, (u per directions)
uu am aim w s'sie inai ne is now well,
I aivaMW UIVTIT, W ( Ml lU fc
leaving a scar. MRS. A. Cs MPBELL,
sail li LiiM wnnnns nsisiiawi tiltain aBaaa.na
a nooens m, juno.
Jefferson Wood, ttt Before W.S. Eastman
Willi.. Tuc'ksr. Deft J ifiSscE V
On loe Kin day of October, A. D. 188B. said
Juatlo loaned an order of attaehmoot la tho
above action lor tbo sum of Blxtv-Sr dollars
and sixteen eonts. 4A-OH
uaniuD.Uit..iiBS. Jefferson Wood.
A Gnarantaa. Thara ! m.u rji
rheumatism or neuralgia, which will not
be relieved by the use of Salvation Oil.
Price 23 cents
CABINETS $2 PER DOZ.
13 CABINETS, NICE FRAME
AND MAT FOB $2.38. ;
Thankinc onr nairnna tnr thair
prompt and kindly response to our
ad. of last week, we will further
say we have arranged direct with
we rnauuiacturers bo that we can
supply to all who wish 13 cabinets
their choice of four frames, includ
ing mats, all excellent in design
ana auaiity, ior tne low price of
$2.38. We are enabled to do this and
get as much for our work as those
wno cnarge v&:ib, as by bookint
our own orders we save 25 cents,
also the agent's commission on
the Bale of the frames. We Dre-
fer to give our patrons, rather than
strangers, the whole benefit; and
you can have' frames or not, as
yon prefer. We believe this is
the best offer in this line ever
made in this vicinifo. Tt t
shoddy work, but for $2 we will
ma bs gooa cabinets as have
been or can be sent out by other
patties here for $4. in
serve our customers as promptly
as possible a large part of the
work will be done outside of the
gallery. Dow long this offer may
last we do sot know. All orders
booked will be filled according to
agreement Let everybody get all
the DictuTM thaw want PI...
your orders early. Remember the
place, at . : ftiUKI)IZ3' i
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Our .Stock of (Ms
' IS NOW
We ever had, consisting of all
kinds and shapes in
Cloth and other varieties. Also
A LARGE LINE
OF - .
We have made Prices on them
' so low that
m Defy Competition
are preparing for:
Our stock of Mufflers, Neckwear
and all kinds of
to prices, we are the only Cloth
iers in Wellington who will per
mit a customer to take any article
from stock and compare quality
and price with those of our com
petitors before purchasing.
E. E. GOODRICH, Clothier,
Coat, Pair Pants, Vest?
Will sell you 25 per cent less than regu
Ladies' Cloaks and Newmarkets,
At cut prices. Don't wait until after the hol
idays. Now is the time to buy them.
Are awful cheap. Call and be convinced,
at the store of
One of the best testimonials to the value of the Estey
Organs is the fact that, notwithstanding the very many
Organ enterprises that have, been started by ambitious em
ployes of the Esteys, the business of this original maker
continues to grow. It is the
in the world and turns out a
minutes each day.
WM. VISCHER SON.
Roofing and Siding.
1 am prepared todo Slating of thfl best grades of Slate
Iron and Siding, alub roofs repaired. All work warranted, -Orders
eon be left at the Enterprise office.' ; . , ' "' ,:' '.'''.
J. B. CLIFFOBD, Lodi, Ohio:
t . . .i
largest reed Organ Factory
completed organ every eight
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