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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE; I .WEDNESDAY ; MAY 2i; 71884.
5 i'C ir..- f rr . .Bumm Coral?. RenirujuJeTyleod Kill b charged xmt c!it a word each intcrtion. , Mr. L. E. LeMont, bis for sale Thorny ton's Universal Garment Catting; Outfit at tho White Bewlnc Machine ODlce. North Main Street. W ' Pure, fresh baking powder manufactur ed and tor tale at Houghton's. tf. A new line of pocket knives and raaore 'utt received at E. Benedict'!. 12tf The best and cheapest mixed paints and white lead at E. Benedict's. 15tf ' ' A full stock of Diamond dyoa, at J. W. Houghton's. w- New velvet red tissue, lor paper flow era, at Houghton's. . Clear away your stumps with Hercules catrldires. For sale at E.Benedict's. 15tf. Two prong, four prong;, and Kolley loose barb wire for sale at E. Benedict's. 12tl Abtibt's Goods. Amateurs can get an outfit by calling at Houghton's. ' Red Bird Food. Houghton has It. Pre pared expressly for them. J30-4w. Call and seo the Elegant Spring Suitings at Fitch's, and then let Tlssot make you a ' " suit. 11 ' '. A new line of scrap pictures and eat fig ures, the latest and choicest novelties among Imported goods, Just opeoed at Honghton't Drug and Book Store. tf. For disordered stomaca, bad breath bilious complaints, Indigestion, Ac, nse Dr. S.D.Howe's Liver Pills, for sale by J. W. Houghton. - t tf. , The Einareisi oboe was never so well ' prepared to do all kinds' of job work neatly, '. promptly, and at so ' reuonable prices as now.! Qlve its a. call 'and ace how well wt i can serve you, : i. i. J-SWw ' ' FiBMiss If yon wsnt thsbest Barbed Win made, please call at J. H. Woolley'i Hardware Store, and It will give him pleas are to show the goods, the barb la so ad. Justed as not to tar the flesh of the animal or pull wool from sheep. 28 Vane, Cslverts A Co's. celebrated Pure Ready Mixed Paint can be found at the Hardware 8tore of J. H. Woolley, which he will warrant to be equal In durability and covering capacity to any Paint made In the State, Those having painting to do will please eall and examine for themselves. This paint It warranted to give satisfaction. 28 ' iflistcllatuim Under thit head will be inserted " Want;" "For Sale," "For BenC," -Lo$t,n "Found," tie., etc, at a cXargt of on cent a word. ' For Sals. Thoroughbred Pckin Duck's Eggs at one dollar per dozen. Address C. L. Avery, Wellington, Ohio, or L. B. Avery, Clarksfleld, Oh lo. 14t8p. For sam. A first class soda water ap paratus, fcounter draught generator, cop. per fountains, In good orator. Every thing complete. Price very low. Inquire of or write to J. W. Iloughton, Wellington, O. Notice. I am now handling the per fection two-wheeler and the novelty side bar road Cart. Please call and examine my stock before purchasing. Both first class In every respect. Respectfully, 14tl2. M. L. Bcbu, Wellington, 0. Fob balk. House and lot on South Main street, Wellington. Inquire of W. B.Durand,0berlin,O. 12tf. To Business Meh. J. O. Lchcnta. r the Eornost Worker and Fireside Friem Clyde, O., Is authorized to moke advoi tlslng contracts for this paper at pub lishors' lowest rates. He also gives lowest rates on Job printing. . Pearls. Got your mouth full by using "Teabkrry," the new wonder for the Teeth and. Breath. Brush vigorously. ' Bee directions. Wooster & Adams. 10t4 Lost. May 15th, between Wellington and Huntington, a Ladles' Gossamer Cloak. Any one returning It to the Bennett Honso, Wellington, will be suitably rewarded. A. J. Hamlin. 2U1 Wanted the public to know that we make door and window screens to order, at the lowest prices, also sell all kinds ol trimming for the same. Leave orders at Haines' Blacksmith shop. Geo. Haines, Frank McCleixan. 20tf. Send Money by American Express Co. Money Orders. itecelpts given . Money ref undod If Orders are lost. Sold at all offices of the Co. Pay able at 8,500 places. Kates: To 5-5c.; $10 8c; $3010c.; 3012c.i 140.15c.; $30-20c, 20m0 Notice. The W. A By. Is the only route oat of Wellington, by which pissengers going to the far West, without leaving Wellington either early in the morning or late In the evening. Remember that If yon are going East, West, North or Bonlh, that the W. L. E. Is the route, as all trains stop at this point ' , 21 SVmusnncnte. Kotiet$ under thU head will M caoryed oincent o word for tack insertion. . "Is Old Tims Conoerte," next Irldsy Eva. Admission Two Shillings, Union School children 15 cents. H1 -Heart affectlone, kidney end liver troubles affect nearly one-half ot all man kind. Yet how many heedlessly pass through a shortened life giving no care to these complaints which cause -the human family such great distress. Does your heart beat violently from tho least excitement t Have yon fits of dizziness? Does your back ache? Are your bowels conslfpstcdf These symptoms are the first warnings. Delay la dangerous. Be ' wise In time. Regain perfect kealth by ' using Brown's Iron Bitters. v r -. AVoXertfiemeittts- bi inserted under thit head at anv Price.' Go and hear S Ye Pld Time Concerte," Friday evening, . Miss Alborson, of Ashland -is visiting at her uncle's J. H. Bowlby's. Mr. John Finch, of Burlingame Kans., is spending a few days in town. Mr. Clias. Tripp Is .taking a vacation from business, and spending the time with his parents in town. Rev's- Warner and Gammell of the Methodist and Congregational churches,, exchanged pulpits Sabbath morning. , -The W. & L. E. R. R. will ship coal regularly from nuron, keeping a reserve supply theio so that vessels may not be delayed. ' The Clarksfleld Stone Company has pnt down the finest sawed 'stone evor brought to Wellington, for a wa'.k for E. E. Hosted. . Mrs. L. B. Pratt has so recovered from her recent illness as to be able to visit the home of her parents, accompanied by her sister Miss Lou Johnston. W. L. Uemlnway has Just returned from an extensive tour through the for ests of West Virginia, (or the South,) In the interest of his lumber business. Attention Is called to a notice in another column, of the Bronze Monument' which is erected in North Eaton, in memory of the soldiers of that township. S. S. Houghton has mado a crayon portrait of Prof. McKee, tho College writing master at Obcrlin, which the News commends as well done and the expression "true to nature." i ' The G. A. R., and.lhe Ladles Auxiliary Society, invite the citizens of Wellington to assist in tho observance of Memorial day in any way they may choose. By request of Gen. Committee. Lee L. Warner, son of E. Y. Warner, who graduated last June from Baldwin University, was licensed to preach at ManBfleld and has been placed in charge of the church at Greenleat Kansas. ' J.J. Thomas, as representative of the 51st District of I. 0. 0. F., left for Cincin nati!, on last Tuesday, to be gone three or four days to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge for the state of Ohio, which meets there this week. The annual meeting of the Lorain Co. W. C. T. U, will be held at LaGrange in Intbo M.E. Church Friday, May 23d. Local Unions are requested to send del egates. Mrs. Mary Woodbridge Prest. of the state W. C. T. U. will lecture in the evening. It has been learned through some sur vlver that Mr. Wood and family camo on deck after the collision with the steamer, and the mate offered them suits snd a chance In the life-boat; urging them to immediate action. But Mr. Wood said be would wait the Captains orders, and that is the last known of them. J udgo Barnard' of Medina, went to a farmer who was plowing, for a R. R. sub scription, and getting only (30 where he wanted 100, said be would bo willing to be dragged across the field, hitched to the harrow, if could get the other fifty. Mr. Bennett took him up, and the Judge mado an apron of his lap-robe, buckloj a hitch, strap under his arms, was tied to tho harrow, laid down and took tho novel ride none the worse for the same barring a little looso dirt. He got tho $100 sub scription. Cbas. B. Williams, formerly of Wel lington, died of consumption at his home in Calistoga, Cal, on the evening of May 8d. "He went to Roseville, Placer Co., some two months sgo for a change of climate, and up to within a week of his death he seemed to Improve. At that time be was partially prostrated by hemorrhage oi the lungs, only having sufficient strength left to enable him to make the journey homo three days subsequently, when he was immediately attacked by pneumonia, andsufferod intensely, until relieved by death." --Memorial services for ihe Wood Family, lost at sea April 18th, in the wreck of the steamer "Slate of Florida" were held at the DUciple Church Sabbath morning. Here was where they regularly worshiped, Mr. Wood being one of the leading members, snd the family were greatly beloved and respected. Tho two surviving daughters were present, and the three orders to which Mr. Wood belonged I. 0 O. F's, Masonic Lodge and Knight's of Honor attended In a body, occupying the centre of the church, which was crowded;to its fullest capacity. The floral tributes were very handsome. ' Mr. Moore, the pastor, conducted the solemn service snd the occasion was one of peculiar sad. A letter from Mr. A, F. Reed of Nevada, renewing his subscription, comp. UmenU the Eittertisb on its various improvements, and be writes that bis health is greatly improved. The climate Is exellent and that is all the good he can say of that country. In bis town of nine hundred inhabitants, there are twenty saloons that keep open seven days in a week. There are two churches and no ministers and a good opportunity for missionary work. He V1 'n conclusion: "I think I shall go to Ohio next Spring, and make it my borne. No other place seems so much like home to me aa Wel lington. It takes the lead In most every respect, of all the towns I Lave visited. ' . , y f. " ' ' "i 'I The practice of allowing children to remain at homo from the preaching service Sunday morning, and then choose their own time for arriving at the church for, Sunday school, is a very poor one, since the children begin to assemble by half past eleven, making a good deal ol noise on the walks, and when the windows are open, as they now are, ser. iously disturbing the latter part of the church services by tlioir footsteps, not always aa gentle' as might be, and their sociability and play. Tho audience would be vastly more interesting to preach to if the children were there, and the habit' of attending church is quite as essential to be formed as that of going to Sunday School. Next Sunday morning there will be Union services at the Congregational Church and annual sermon by the pastor, The members of Hamlin Post G. A. R., will attend In a body. Soldiers in other townships are Invitod to join in this days worship preceding Memorial day and commemorating the deeds and principles, for which so many suffered, and others perished.. Remember them, praise them, love them, The noble hearts, and brave! May earth He lightly above them In many a nameless gravel Great was their high endeavor, ' Great In their glorious need; nonor our heroes forever! Serve them with word and deed." Complaints have been made by fami lies in different parts of the town, of annoyances by boys in companies making hideous noises in the street in the evening and playing tricks intended to frighten women snd children. The boys are known and we understand that It is not the inten tion of our citizens to put up with that kind of lawlessness for any length of time. It might be well for parents to make certain hereafter that their boy or boys are not out after night exposed to tho temptation of getting mixed up with any scrape, the boys would not be willing to have every body know about themselves as concerned in. There are ways enough of having fun that are' decent, and honorable, that do not affect good order and the peace of the community. Do your shouting where yon are not afraid to be seen, boys, and plsy games, but not tricks. "I Mean Business." Kev. T. C. Wsrner.psstorof the Methodist church In Elyrla, delivered a lecture, accord ing to previous announcement, in the Iowa hall, las; Saturday evening. The lecture was given under the auspices of the Womans Relief Corps and Its proceeds are to be devoted to Decoration day purposes. In aid of so patriotic and worthy a cause, as well as lc appreciation ot the eminent lecturer, a large audience assembled. The town hall had been cleansed, tastefully decorated, and beautifully aJorned, and it presented an appearance so lovely u to draw a warm meed of praise from the lecturer. The sub ject of the lecture was "I Mean Business" a title which perhaps purposely leaves the real theme a subject of doubt and specula tion. It proved to be, for the most part a serlons and able discussion of the conditions of success In life's calling, being tinctured with only a sutBcleut amount ot fyn to rest the audlencc.and keep up tbclr Interest. The "boring" and "whittling" caricatures were Inimitably rendered. In narrating the case ot the person who longed lo preach, but found himself only fitted to plow, the speaker reached one of bis happiest and most effec tive strains. Mr. Warner Is a person ot line presence, possessing a rich strong voice and an easy and copious flow of words. Alto gether he la a lecturer ot no mean merits. The ladles are to be congratulated on tbclr success. Description of the Beautiful Bronze ' Monument Recently Erected in ' the 5orth Eaton Cemetery. , The monument in honor of tho soldiers who served in the Into rebellion, from Eaton township, Lorain Co., 0., was con structed by the Monumental Bronzo Co., oi Bridgeport, Conn., Is one of the most beautiful, chaste, and appropriate structures of the kind it has been onr fortune to examine. Its material is what is known as whlto Bronze. It stands on a heavy and well built foundation, which was carried up two feet above the level of the ground, and around it tho earth bus been filled in, tormlng a mound which Is to be turfed and surrounded by a picket fence. . The monument is 20 feet 6 inches high, snd on the top stands tho lifo size statue of the typical American soldier, with his hands clasped around his musket at the position of "parade rest." The sub base of the monument is 78 Inches square and sixteen inches deep, and is called the rough Ashler work. Above it is the base 07 inches square and 17J inches deep. On the west side is the words, "On fames eternal camping ground, ' Their silent tents are spread, And glory guards with solemn sound, The bivouac of our dead." On the north side of this base is a Medal lion soldier boy ; on the east side is a stack of arms and these words: "No mora the bngla calls the weary on, ' Beat aoble spirit, Id Ihe grava anknowB, We will Ind too, we will know yoa -Among the good and tin, When the robe of while U siren For the faded coat of blu." The plinth, which is above the second base,, is 64 Inches square and 18 Inches high. On each side is the name of battles the. Eaton boys were engaged in, and these words, "Dedicated 18M." , The die is 45x43 inches at the baseand and 10 Inches high; contains nearly 300 names, and the regiments the Eaton boys were members of. The spire is 30 Inches and is 10 feet 9 inches long. In the sides of Ihe spire is appropriate war emblem's,'! Medallion' cavalry , soldier, mounted and fully , equipped, flags, cannons and balls, swords, guns, anchor of the Pavy and a complete badge of the Urand Army of the Republic. Between the tablets and shntt ave garlands of leaves, roses, and rose buds, and pendant garlands of the same are suspended be neath tho capital which surmounts the haft. : ' " We have not space enough to portray furlhei beauties and dotails of this grand and beautiful monument. Its design and finish are faultless, and command the ad miration of all beholilors. The statue on top is one of the most artistic we everBaw, eod in its details, and the natural "pose" of every part of it, and Its fidelity is abso lutely perfect. The face is that of the true American soldier, Intelligent, earnest,brave and full of a high resolve and moral courage. Taken as' a whole, the entire structure is a splendid pieco of workman ship, and reflects great credit upon its designers and manufactures. It is indeed grand and noble tribute to the sons of Eaton township, who lought that the Re public might live, and perpetuato their names for ages to come. Too much credit cannot be given lo the earnest Trustees of the township, who projected this enter prise, and to all who so nobly contributed to its cost. We append the testimonials of few, only, who were present at the erec tion ot this beautiful monument. North Eaton, 0., May 12, '84. This will certify that we purchased of Messrs. Goodwin ft Kirk, of Wellington, Ohio, No. 2U8, white bronze monument, with statue of American soldier, which is now erected in North Eaton cemetery, and we take pleasure in stating that we are well pleased with the same, and cheer, fully recommend the white bronze to all who wish to procure a lasting memento, as a mark ol respect to their departed friends, believing as we do, in the durabil- ity of the material and the fine artistic work produced, and at so comparatively low prices. Signed Job. Alexander, ) Trustees of Elves Wobthisotosj, j' Eaton Tp. H. Durkcs, P. C Sheldon, A. P. Sheldon. Charles 'W. Conahcc, M. Shnpklns, and others. Announcement. F. C. Leach has rented the whole of 0. M. Stroup's building, and fitted it up very tastefully, and put in a very fine line of Groceries, snd the Choicest Stock of Con fectionery in town. Fresh VJeqna Bread and Cake, received from thecjty daily. He is fully prepared to supply the warns of his customers, with everything in his lino, and will use every effort to continue to merit the liberal patronage he rccicres. 20tf Resolutions of 1. 0. 0. F. Lodge in Mem ory oi nr. n. rtooa. WnKHEAS, Unfortunate circumstances have resulted in the shipwreck and death of our brother, Henry Wood, and WfiKKEAS, We, the members of Lodge No. 1000, of tho Knights or Honor, and of Lorain Lodge, No 281, of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, desire to unite our sentiments In deploring the faot. and circumstances of his donth, be It therefore by us RkholvkdI. That our LoOgei loi-o In the death of brother Wood an honored and efficient mcmbor, one who lias filled In our Lodges, positions of honor nud trust with ability, and who, by his manly qualities of mind and heart, had won the respect and affection oi. his brother members. Resolved. 2. That wo extend to the remaining members of tho family of our departed brother, our deepest sympathy, uniting with them in the most-sincere sorrow, on account of the lots of one who was our friend nud brother. That we, with them, bow down in humble sub mission to the will of Him who "doelh all things well," confidently believing that our brother lias entered into a higher, purer, arid nobler brotherhood above, Into which danger and duu'h never enter. Resolved 3. That our Lodge rooms b) draped In motirnliij for the custom ary period, aud that these resolutions le submitted for publication. "iuUon.06 I W- lK""i,N, On Resolutions, j j TnoM18i We Lave put in a fall line of . Terry's- Scissors & Shears, And request all our customers to call anu examine them. They are sold to us under a "Warrantee Un limited," and we cheerfully recom mend them to our trade. We keep them in Terry's Cylinder Case, and can without trouble, show them to our frionds. Our stock is com plete. 4yl MALLORY, TRICE & CO. THIS IS GILSON'S SPACE. That; Our : Prices will be to oe ; Among the many lessons which the people of this city, have learned and will not forget, is the one which has tmie-ht. t.h cheap others may advertise to sell Dry Goc d3, they uavo umjf iaj uumu lu us lo gee sun lower prices. No house in the stato nr,n or- wHl7 coil article of Dry Goods, at Our reputation having quality and reasonable bound to maintain it. trade enables us to buy closer and sell lower than ever.- Obtaining snfioml disnnnnfci - C "X UUW vu uugv uui chases, the merest advance over cost suffices, and uavuig siricKiy uiNJKi fmuiu, we Know just how ClOSe WG Can afford . tr mnrlr nn-r o-rv v, lower we can sell them' the better it pleases us. Our Stock of Spring and Summer Goods are ar riving dailv. and WO ' nnrriinllir intrit a aTromrlwiTT to visit our store, assuring those in need of any- wiiiig xu uur une, mat iney win una the prices right and receive prompt attention. : MALLORY, PRICE & CO. THE LIGHT-RUNNING "DOMESTIC" IE3C02T01srZ The first cost of a Sewinsr Ma chine is of far less importance than the after costs. Lost time and cost of repairing cheap machines, or the replacing of one worn out or found to be faulty, are the real considerations of expense. Of still greater importance is the cost in labor-the human muscle, strength, and often health expended in work ing the machine. The Domestic is the most economical machine in expenditure of both strength and money. The new style of wood work and new attachments are fea tures not to be overlooked in the selection of a Sewing Machine. SaSfA very fine ciualitv of Oil. Michines kept in stock and Repairing done to order. Good second hand Machines for sole cheap. For sale by ' Rooms and Offige in Benedict's Block, Wellington, Ohio. ' two iioKSE nmino binder. Tlic Lljditest Hunniiur, Best Miide, Most Reliable, Easlott in .Opcnti. IUs an angle stwl cutter-bar, mower jrisards and pitman, canvas nri V'fe to kniiv: size of " The Budls Regulated by ths Weight cf ths ' Tboonly Hinder made tint'. 'uj driver cm Instantly clianga t!i cut from about 10 Inches to V Iih Iip without stopping the team or leavinx the .vi Can be drawn by one man to' Llml n bundle, the innchiue being all in put. Cull nn:l examino these superior points; Hlsnmv lull line of ' Mowers, Sulky Plows, Cultivator, Hay Rakes, Geared Windmills, Pulverizers, Hay carriers, Grain Drills, . And the best brands of 9m(i "VVollitigrton, O.. ?l&3 h 53 - rTi gr MOSLEY'S CABINET CREAMERY. Stoddard Churns, Lerer Batter Workers, Bradley Batter Package Prize Dog Powers, Factory and Dairy Snpplie. For circulars address . v . . . Mosdexj Stoddard Mf. Co., PouUncy V Or A. B. Spencir, igent,Rockport, Ohio. 3m6 -Reasonable, is " xpeoted a less price than we wilt been built on the choice cost of our goods, we are Our ranid lv inorpflsi no- Needles and Attachments for all . H. X. II A8TIIS &S, Creamery & Refrigerator Combined Sla tut oaa aw te fiftr. For families, large and small dairies, factories and for the cream gathering: system, for hotels, restaurants boarding schools aud like institutions. ' ' Adaoted te Burner and Winter M with, ' , ' , or wltiurat Ie. Needs only to be seen to be admired. lias many lai) tatlons but none approach it in principle ot construe, tlon or elegance of finish. Sold strictly on its nierltf j and warranted as represented. ,.