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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1886.
THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. 1885 I I Muroh 9'On hAnd August 20 Uccf Iveil of County Treasurer bt'lt. One Year 8il Montba Three Month Advertinlnc five cents or lino, each Insertion Space and Colnmn Kate made known on appli cation. $1 60 , 75 . 40 REPORT OF TOWNSHIP CLERK FOR 1886. TOWN HALL 1UNU. Feb. IBM April Mnroh Auuuat June ph. March 1KS8 March Auiiust 1M6 Feb. July August, Sept. H Oct. H It Not. By the election ol V. R. Wean for Mayor, as his own successor, all doubts are removed as to any future line of pol ley In tbo administration of affairs in this villugo. During bis administration wuicu is about to close, be has made It such an uncomfortable place for thieves, pick- norki'ts. bummers and law-breakera gen erallv that they pass us by. As a result of this the moral standing ot the place has pone ud and will conlinuo to rise as long ns the stroiis iirm of the luw is enforced So i.ir us the irovernment of the town is concerned. Mayor Wean and Marshal Huckett have the thanks of the press, and, we think, of all good citizens. We trust that, at the close ol their com inn administration, the moral condition ol the town will be the same, or better than at present. Had there been a change in the niilciiils at the nresent election, we have no doubt but the same policy would have been adopted as by the present ad miuibtration. We think It would be an excellent plan for some one to Introduce a bill Into the General Assembly authorizing township trusiees to expend a little money for the better protection of township property. In the State there are fifteen hundred towDohips, and probably they average twenty subordinate districts In each town ship, which makes thirty thousand dis tricts In the State. The tools necessary I . 1 1.1 Ann ..VwM.t lor working me runus wuuiu v.ui i jaron :10 to each district, which loots up nearly April one million dollars. Now, by the Improp er care of the tools, by leaving them cx posed to the weather in the winter and by May misitmironriat ons about one hair ot the districts have to be re furnished at an enormous expense each year. It the trus- tees were authorized to disburse a reason. aUi sum of money tor the erection ot proper building for the slorage of the tools, and have the township clerk charge each implement, at the beginning of the season, to the supervisor who is to have charge ol it, and have It made obligatory upon the supervisors to return their Inv plements at the close of the season or pay for them, our burden of taxation would be greatly lightened In that direction, and the business would be much more system atically done. M. A. Forah, Representative Iron the 21st Congressional district, If advocating the labor question in the Lower House. Mr. Foran knows just aa much about the labor question ai an average Hottentot knows about international laws. We claim that the laborer needs no aid from Congress, for tke simple reason that it Is among the Impossibilities. Just as soon as legislation meddles with questions per taining to citizens' private affairs, the power of contracting is at an end. A true American citizen needs no aid, even if it could lie obtained. The priuclple is that you cannot Compel a person to work for you; neither can he compel you to em ploy blm. If an Individaal or a corpora tion cannot pay a man wages adequate to support himself and family .let him discon tinue the service and seek other employ ment, thus showing his true manhood. Men who have means entertain their own Ideas as to bow much they are wil ling to expend to get a certain amount ot work done, aod these Ideas are not to be nuestioned: while, on the other hand, If labor eunuut be obtained for the amount he bus set iirmrt for the purpose, he must either change his mind and pay more, or let the work co uniierloruitd. This is freedom, ami the only freedom that Is nee essarv. J ust ns long as a minority of the mil. lie will iitertain overtures made In iM-hall ol lawless strikers, Just so long will there be serious troulile. New From the County Seat. The court of common pleas was In set- inn Mnnduv. hilt adjourned over until Wi-iliiMilav. Thfl ruse ol Samuel Wat luce again) the V L & W H H Co was es pecially uiwiKiied for Mouday to be tried to a scll jury, but when called the de- fi-nilanl was not reauy, on accuuui vi ui alent witness, and the case was continu ed al dell's cost. 1 he court was occupied nearly a week tryiug the conlest will case ol the Keid heiis against Henry K Mussey, ex. of the last will and testament of Conrad Rcld, deceased late of Lorain, and resulted In setting asiUe the "codicil." The L 8 is M b Ry Co vs Angelina Brown, to recover land ; continued. W 8 Kkelton vs C W Purple et al, mon ey only ; jury sworn March 20, but owing to delect in petition not discovered before swearing Jury, leave was given to plain tiff to withdraw a Juror, amend petition and case continued at cost of pi IT. Lucius B Pettis rs Eurotas 1) Merriam et al, foreclosure of mortgage; decree for plff and deft "Having Deposit Bank ofEly ria" and order or sale of mortgaged prem Ises. Lizzie A Bpink WA Bplnk, divorce; dinmisnfd at costs of plff. uiiuii Pr7r t Hector FrazcT. divorce and alimony; dismissed at plaintiff's COfta, Lydia Ramsey rs James It Rumsey, dl. amv rifvnrrA irranted. David HI Fitch s Geo II Purple, to set side deed ana equiuoie reii.i ; wvueu ml aaiti rtsiirl . Ellen V Miller ts Martin Van Dyke et al, accounting, foreclosure and equitable Alloa Davla rt William Davis, divorce; divorce and change of name granted. Mary Dudley W O Dudley, divorce ranted tor extreme cruelty. Emma Wllaon ts Albert Wilson; di vorce aid custody ol child givsn plaintiff. jlkHoelvfd tor sale ot bonds,. 4 Received sale u( old town hall ltcculved sale ol old school nouse, Received from County Treasurer Received from Vllluiie ot Wellington,. DISBURSEMENT?. Doerznach A Decker J . 11. Comstock, printiiiK specific Oscar Cubb, Ilowen, for survey oi sire Denny Bros, A Co., i?na piping- ,1. W. Wilbur, four furnaces Wank bonds HaiiKliiK bell liuseinrnt drains J. W. Houghton, printing 1,1 very, ti-lf kihiiis and express,.... Fresco work Harvey, on scenic work, Interest on bonds and exchange,. On seat contract A. It. Lambert For supervision of work Balance on hand . KSTIM1TKD KxrKNSK TO COlll'I.STS TOWS HALL. Rnlnnce due D. i D., rnntractors linlance due Denny A' Co., tinn miitcrial Balance on lumps and kus fixtures lliilaiire due on Keats Balance due on scenic work Carpets, curtains, etc Balance due architect , Amount on hnnd 2b Received from County treasurer 3 Received from Inllrinary Directors,, 12, Received from County Treasurer Received from Inllrinary Directors,. DISBl'RSKMKVrS. Paid for funeral expense Paid to sundry persons for supplies,. I'ald for transportation ot tramps,.,.. Paid to physicians Balance on hand Actual cost to the township for the support of the poor,.. Balance allowed by the county rv.. i iinmi, 'Received of Mason, Derrick and Clifford,, 'Received of County Treasurer, 123827 Of) 7 m 850 (JO 6 611 400 Oil 979 Ul 22 00 33 8H 22 8H 7 60 22 W 675 01 556 10 601 60 6 7Ui 450 110 200 00 28727 03 ,33437 02 800 Oil U27 mil 525 Oil 177 an 7H SO 21X1 Oil 150 00' 14859 60 WIS 64 2142 68 20320 00 216 27 41 20 2139 43 2000 00 4709.99 H'4 89 17S 55 134 5H 0 00 220 00 5 60 284 64 90 32 23 (10: 403 36, 48 78 S!A 58 403 36 DISBl'ISMIIKTS. T)l A (!.., TlnuV -..n .1 ...-L. Inn 1 l V. I VJ . c iiiinn, 101 ,,n,i nuil, ....... .......... a. Paid Jos. Uannett, for Kradlnic 1 Paid N. K. Marcy, for road work, raid . U. Manly, for road worn ana rl ! Paid I. L. Comstock. for road work Paid M. Sutll ft. for work on bridge,, I'ald V. Towniend, for taking levll , Paid Haniuel 1'lck. for reimirliiK scraner .!, Paid Christie, Wllliard A Co., for repairing scrapers, If Paid Jobn Kenourd, for dltchinic I UnntirA n .11 ...1.1 i', Paid ('bristle, Wllliard i Co., for repairing scrapers,. , raid r. Hilton, lorwors.. ,1 Paid K. S. W V; I'ald (1. How adsworth, for tile,. owk. for road work.. I'ald J. W. llearrup, for plank,. i Paid S. D. Bacon, for road work.. ! Paid Christie. Wllliard A Co.. fsr reiialrlna scraper,. ... I'ald A. (1. l-inlth, for work and nails T, Paid W. K. bHtitley A Co., for plank,. Deo. 1888 April 1W March 1HS6 Feb. April July Bent. Oct. Noy. Jan. Feb. it Paid (lenrge IStannard, for Job Manly hill,, Paid tieorce 8unnard. for road work v, Paid Bert Ulllet, for work i Paid Wm. E. Whitney. ob. Manly iiil'l','."! oi Paid DoiiKlas llros., for road work ,7,. Paid V. A. (iott, for (trading a I'ald Alt. cove, lor iliu tilim w Paid M. Hutlllf, for road work T : I I . 1. lr . . A .. I. 1 1 aid Oil u nrnrr, ml lunu viiik, ........ i Paid John Bcarrup, tor road work Paid M. L. Hush, for road work J I BIU a. . . Paid ('. V. Ilemenway. for brickbats, 3 Paid Baldwin, Laundon, Wlndecker 4 Co., for merchandise,. . . Marcy, for road work,. 'Balance on hand, Road Fund, 008 02 582 15 187 45 14 61 100 51 2 50 6 50 10 00 7 25, 4 00 2 00 3 On 6 On; 6 75; 30 on 35 (m 6 25 19 05' 8 Oil' 6 76 4 48 6 ll 1 On 10 60 1 60 1 60, 11 60 88 Ol 8 75 22 60 1 Mi: . 40 on 18 on 14 On; 8 10; 8 no 100: no 378 74 towxship rvso. 2 On hand '1 13 Received from County Treasurer, oisavasiHKXTS. a Dust nan a Paid election expenses 11 Paid for Peck 'a Law ;il Paid for scrapers jpald J. W. Ilouiihton, for printing 2n I'ald for record of deed In I ain oenneii uroa. m io mr me 1 I'ald lor rasing nown oiu dcii 2 Paid for notice of place of election u I'ald for rent of room for election, 25. I'ald for office file U Paid for hauling stone for walk, Paid for Insurance on town hall 26 Paid for work on walk rata lor wora on want Paid tor coal for heatlua town hall 16 Palp County treasurer, for ditch raid 11. names, ior wora Paid A. B. Lambert I'ald N. Ilucklus. Paid expense to Klyiia I'ald Township Trustees Tills fund short, . 20 760 205 32 25 2 on 1 on 1 80! 5 (Nil 4 001 A On 1 on 1 761 282 23 2 60 6 (III 40 85 375 00 8 761 60 on l&o 00 2 90 150 00 1152 78 944 72 667 98 736 16 142 91 879 07 273 71 N. HUCKINS, Clerk. -'-' -" - '- for Infants and Children. ' C MtorUU so wD adapts to eMdrea that I Oaatorist enn fMla. ConstlpaUon, IwMmnnnJIl h...-- " - I Rahf HL,imh Ih&rrhfliA. KniefAUOB.' tots to ma." ttl Aacvia.lL D . 1 sJp, aad proawoM d ... a. c. : , ' I ff"?".. HI BM VUWU IMWUJII, C. X. I Wll ratio ritlwut Injurious nwdleaUoa. Tn OamAua Coarurt, 183 Fallon S tract, V. T. Eliza Lindenbsum ts baum ; divorce granted. Henry Linden- Emma Wing vs James Wing; divorce e Torce granted. irrantnd and alimony 4500. ... . Sj, 1. . ji ntnnie jnyers vs rraiia, m jiyers; ui- Wm Viscber ts M V Rowlev. forecloa. ure of mortgage; settled and costs paid. W A Branian vs J Rowley ; default, Judgment for plff 1524 84. Ilenne fc Yarnck vs Geo. L Seeley ; de fault, judgment for plffs $2,909. In probate court: Will of A D Llndslcy, deceased, late ot PenSeld admitted to probate. Last will of Alice Darling deceased late of Klyrla, deposited for probate and com. mission issued to take testimony of non resident witness. J U Dickson appointed and qualified as administrator ot Anna Madden, deed, late of Wellington. f , WM U. .nil Wm QnlM I.IaIw AnXwiiw business in Elyrla, under the Arm name of bags A Hples, made an assignment for tbo benefit ot creditors to u U jellerlos on Friday afternoon, the 20th lost AdellaMNute of Russia adjudged In sane and ordered conveyed to the N 0 Asylum for the insane. BUSINESS LOCALS. whitewashing, plastering and mason work desired. Enquire at corner of Pros pect anu Kaiiroad streets. Wat. DurnttDOK. Examine the new sale at Houghton's. line of sponges on A very fine lot of stationery, new and beautiful styles and superior qualities, on exhibition at Houghton's. $3 per dozen for cabinet pictures, the very best made, at Bprague's. What is the use of paying a fancy price when you can get Just as good cabinet pictures for 3 per dozen at Bprague's. $3, $3, 3, 3 per dozon lor the! best cabinet pictures for a short time at Bprague's. , E. M. McOlllin & Co., Cleveland, O., ' Have made siime marvelous changes ia the dry gooils trade in Cleveland. They have time and time again announced winie L't-eut sale which the public, kuows have always been uounrahly carried out. But their announcement to-day lo save the public $4,S00 on one tauric simply as lonishes everyone, nt-d the general remark is: "W'batcanitbe?" Fit and Btvlc cost nothing. They are only the result of experience and taste. See advertisement of "T, C. & Co." cloth- ing. No liirhter or sillier running sewing machine in the market, than tbo "Union." The lutest Improved and best; costs no more than those sewing machines upon which no Improvements have been made ior many years. See the 'Union" before purcnasing. Tim ' Union" aewinir machine is per- lecilv adiustable. tit every bearing, and is made of the very b st material, with Imrd. eneil parts. Tlis "Union" sewing machine, with the reversible reed, Is sclt-tlireauinit inrougn out, except Ibe eye of Ibu nccdlti. The "Un'on" sewing machine sews either wuv forward or backward nt llie will of the operator, without stopping the machine. Abpiul this time. Tin? very latest Paris fashiuis in Millinery Goods have Just ar rived at Mrs. it eniun's. unite nnu sec the pattern hat. An oiiiHirttmitv fur 0110 voung lady to to learn dress making. Address or Inquire at the Ladies' Jiazaar. FOIl SALE. Two cows, onu fiill-blood and one half-blood Jersey, both Iresh, to be sold with their calves, cheap. lata Jilts. 13. t CMKFoltD. A few more gentlemen can be accom modated with good table board at Pal mer's. The notes given at the sale made by the Misses Host, in 1'enlieltl, one year ago an: in the hands of Miss Matilda Host, with J W. Houghton. WelliiiKton, for collection. Piirltes (lesirinrr to pay please call on her amloUltge. nmowj The best values the markets can produce in clolhine are to be found at W. W. Har. vey's, Clothier.. Foil Rent: A house and lot, very near and convenient. Call at tbo olllce 01 w F. llerrick. Fok Rknt A eood. frame house with ten rooms, nicely located, on Kolly St. Call on It. . (Jooi)WiN. Ixibt On March 14th, n sheiiberil pup, Color, black, with white fnce; ulso white on tip of toes; answers to name of "(lit." The lintlcr will be rewarded by notifying llie. IJUHT WHITKIIKAD. WANTED. Dressmuking and plain lewing by tlie day. Sewing also done at home; also straw work, bleaching, press- Inn and sewinsr over hats at a reasonable price. Mrs. L. Ream, first house nortli of the railroad. ti. New Music Store' at Wight's. The light-running "Union." Remember our bat trado leads them all !n style, quality and value. Harvey's one price. Foil Sale: House aud lot on Court. land. Largo house in good order; large lot and beautilully located. Price low. and lerms easy. Inquire ot W. R. Hartley & Co Call at Wight's and see their new stock ot music and music nooks. No flaminir ad ; nothing but facts. Our goods are fresh and the best styles In the markets. We have a much larger stock this spring than ever to select irom W. W. Hahvey, One Price Clothier. Lout: In Wellington, March Oth, large shepherd dog, one year old, black body, while breast, with black spots on his nose; name, "Sliep." Finder will be liberally rewarded lor leaving at O. D, Foote's livery stable. O. E. Lauoiikky, No. 11 w-0. Sullivan, O. Plymoitii Rocks: I will furnish eggs of this breed ot fowls tor setting, at 50 cts. a dozen. Orders left with Asa Pratt, Wol. linuton, or with me at Huntington, will be promptly filled. 4w. C. H. Yost. Barb-Wihe: All manulacturers an ticipate further advance in barb-wire. Any Dirties intending mine tne same, can save money by calling at Benedict's hard ware store. "National War Bongs" complete, largo edition, 75 cents, at Wight's. Another car-load steel nails just receiv ed at Benedict's. Merchants Dini.no Room, 109 Super- ior street Cleveland. O., Is the place for country merchants, mid nil who visit the city to stop fur dinner or lunch ; every thing served 111 me ties stylo. 1 miner in, 20, 25 or ;tn cents, (ilve us a call and you will bo satisfied. Look for the girl bak ing pan-cakes in the show windows. u. .it. iauwkll, rrop. Sheet music of all kinds, at J. II. Wight & Son's. . House aud lot with a good barn, to let. 8tf A. II. Palmer. Go to R. J. Robinson's for Hot Frankfort Sausages, Fresh Bolo. Head (Jheese.rigs ieet,iNut8, dy and Oysters. FOR BALE. House and Lot on Court land avenue, only three minutes walk from town, and to school and church buildings. House contains furnace, and everything in first-class order. For par ticnlars, call on or address J. P. Eidt. Wellington. O. Several houses for rent; enquire of C. Sage 4 Co. In "Union" there is strength I FOR BALE A desirable house and lot at a barirain: situated on the north-east corner of Prospect and Houth streets In the village or Wellington, unio. J.W.Wilbur. Lang A Peiros sell the Wllhelm Milk Cooling can, a new system ot gathering cream. Convenient and cheap. Butter makers will do well to go and see them For Bale noussj and Lot: New frame house and barn on South Pleasant . . , . . j Street; good location, gooii waier nuu won trutted, at a oargain. r . n ax,uw;. , "The "Union" sewing machine took the gold-medal at the World's uroat Jixposi. lion at Hew Orleans. . Tne Best Time to Purchase IS WHEN YOU CAN BUY CHEAP, And we take pleasure in announcing to you who are in need of House Furnishing Goods that WE CAN GIVE YOU A LOWER PRICE - a I- 1 tit ij m on laoie Jbinens, .uamasKs, napKins, roweis. Crashes, Sheetings and, in fact, all domestic goods, Than We Have Ever Been Able to Give Before. We stil have a Good Stock of Lace Curtains, by the pair or yard, Fancy and Lace, Striped Scrim Lambrequms, Jutes, Opaques, Bordered Curtains, Wall Paper, with Ceiling Decorations to match, Brussels, Ingrain, Hemp and Rag Car pets at Rock Bottom Prices. We have just received Our Spring Invoice of Jamestown Alpaccas in all the colors and effects. These consist of Herenbone Stripes, Checks and Plain Colors for Combination Suits. These are acknowledged to be the best wearing goods made, for the money. Spring Goods, Spring Styles and Low Prices. Call and see our Wall Paper and Border Exhib- w .At t a t . itor. we can snow you iou patterns ana maicn borders to them in 5 minutes. Baldwin L amnion Winner Go gia, and Cut Glaus Tumblers. .1 ' Another lot of the best imitation cut glass tumblers ever seen at $1.30 per dos edalmost Impossible to distinguish them from goods worth $12 a dozen. E. M. McGnjJH ft Co., Cleveland, O. Administrator's Kotloe. Kotlce Is hereby liven that the undersigned has ben duly appointed and qualified Admin istrator ot the eitate ol Barbara A. Arts, ds teaavd, tats ol Wellington, Lorain county, Ohio. j.uti, March 1J, '8ft. - Administrator. CLOU 6 IS CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. Everything is looking bright. Business is on the eve of a boom. Spring trade is going to be lively, and we are prepared tor it. Uur new spring stock is COMPLETE, and you can depend on finding a Ollll Ul mitlllliy 111 UUl A111U 111UL will please you pertectly. Another department in which we take especial pride is our Merchant Tailoring. We have fitted up a very fine room for manufacturing, keep the latest styles of goods to make from, and Captain Andrews will take your measure and guarantee a graceful and good fitting garment. Remember Ve are Next Door to P.O. Ei 1 j ... . WELLINGTON, OHIO. ... '. i ' ' ' ,1, ... . ,