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Ellington! Enterprise. A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, JPoetry, JEtc. VOL. XIX. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL U, 1886. NO. 15. w ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ATTORNEY-ATLAW, Office In Bank Building, Up Stain. References bt Permission Hod. 8. 8 "Warner, Hon. R A. Horr, First National Bank, Wellington. W. F. HERRIOK, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, "WELLllTGrTOIT, - O Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor. JEWELERS. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, JeweWy, Sil verware, Gold Pens, etc. No. 5, Public Square, Wellington, Ohio. S. V. CARPENTER, Practical Watchmaker, JEWELER and ENGRAVER. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Liberty Street, Corner Union Block, WELLINGTON, OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC RN. GOODWIN, Insurants, Agent snd Notary Public Insurance, deede, mora. races, wills, leasee, contract, etc., written In neat snd legal manner. Otho. orer Sera .'I boot and shoe store. DENTISTS. Hi. HOI.BHOOK, DentHt. OfBce orer Husted'e store. In Dank Building. Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous old. u admin stand (or th. extraction of teeth. PHOTOOKAPHKK. Sienis lor suune-a enouia, whenever practica ble, be made In advance. Gallery over IJowJ. a Ball's storai telephone No. . L. A. 8PBAGUE, Good rooms. Fine light. The best of work. Prices tho lowest. Give us a cull. Cluster's Hlook, North Main Street. 133-11 PLANING HILL. D. L. WADSWORTII ft CO., Manufacturers of snd dcalora In Seorsj, Seuala. s-nd Blladsi. Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol Lumber, I.nth, Shingle., Battens, Mould, ings and Flooring. Siding mude and Bur face Planingdonu to order on short no tice. WELLINGTON, 0. as-ir CCAL. C. E. SUTLIFF, esale and Retail Dealer in Coil of The Best Quality. Anthracite, Massillon, Jiicksnn, Blots burg and Cannel, at Bottom Prices. Yard on C. 0. C. & I. Hy. Olllce on West Main Street, Wellington O. Telephone 83. ai To tho Public ! FRANKS & HOWK. -Deal. In Anthracite, Cannel, Javekeon and Maaaillon Coal, Lime, Cement. Plaster and Plasterlnf lUIr at Lowcit Prices. Olllce Hon Woollei's Furniture Building. E. Mall 81. All Aboard for Robinson's to Purchase a Cigar! EUGENE ROBINSON is the " only live dealer in Cigars in town. Head the names of the new brands just received from the Easi: Good Catcji, Grass Widow, Commander, May Bird and Capitola, all to be sold for five cents each; Acme and La Pattie for ten cents. ' VERMILYA L HEIFNER, PROPRIETORS OK Nickel Plate and Oyster Bay Restaurants, East Side North Main Street Lunches and warm bread furnished at the Oyster Bay and warm meals at the Nickel Plate. The best on earth, can truly b said of Grlna' Glycerine Halve, which la a aure, aafe and apecdy cure for cuta, bfalie., acalda, bnrna, wound, and all other sores. Try th. wonder heal.r. Batlnfic tlon guaranteed or money refunded. Only IIS eta Sold by drug-Rials. tiyl 1864. FIHST N welt iTiTyro3sr, ohio, CAPITAL 9100,000.00, SURPLUS $3,000.00. Does a General Bunking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts Issued on all European countries. copncEEao S. S. WARNER, President. R. A. HORR, Cashier. WM, CUSHION, Jr., Ass't Cashier. CDIRECTOEaO S. S. WARNER. R. A. HORR C. W. HORR. S. K. LAUNDON. EDWARD WEST. -"ItrHAMLIN X.vjf POST, KO.S10, X,J:..X, WELLINGTON, onto, Meets on the Id and 4th Wednes day evenings of each month. Post rooms In Emerson's Bl'k. I, W. BEARRUP, Commander, M.W.LANG, Adjutant Thomas Dunmore. NORWALK, . - OHIO, Ph:tc:, Eis ::i Stein Filler, AND DEALER IN Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Water Closet, Marble Slabs, ana all kinds of Brass Work for Water ,Gasand Steam. rt Bennett ; Eros. & Co., FOUNDERS ft MACHINISTS, MANUFACTURERS OF - Tke Excelsior Wood Sawing; Machine, The Quaker Brick Machine and . . General Machine Work, H. TISSOT, Merchant Tailor, 1 will eel) and make custom suits to or. dcr, from samples always fresh Irom whole sale houses. Those wishing to find their own goods can have me make them up in the luteal style, my work to compare with my competitors. For prices come and see me. jno trust, terms ca&u. nolu manufacturers or CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS . Or EVERY DESCRIPTION. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. HOUSE PAINTING Sign Writing and Paper Hanging We are prepared to do all kinds of house painting, sign writing and pn r hanging, In town or country, on the shortest noi ice Chairs repainted. Olllce on North It. R. street. tf Tripp & 1'owkks. HACK. CITY HACK. Conveys pncnger to snd from the depot, or .round town. Order, can be left at the UoUil. II. M. battle, Prop'r. HACK XallTES. OBEKLIN. Arrive dally, 1 :00 a, m. Depart, 1 :0 p. ss. HUNTINGTON, SULLIVAN sud POLK. Arrive dally, 11 :30 a. m. Depart, 1 :30 p. m. PENP1KLD. Depart Tneadaya, Thursdays snd Satordsys st 10:UI am. Arrive, 1 ;00 p. m. TONSORIAtj. .H'eEMR KOIIIKaoN, the ilnrher, keeps J one of the ueauiet, moat oonvoiilunt Har bor Shops la town. Only firat-elas. workmen employed. A fuU SHmrtmnut nf hslr oils, po mades and hair restoratives. Klne bath-rooms Inoonneotlnn and furulahnd at all hours with hot and cold water and nil nnouMiiry conveni ences, llooina, South side Llburty streot. PALMER'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS, LEMON, VANILLA, ETC. ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BB THE PUREST, FINEST FLAVOR, AND CHEAPEST EXTRACTS IN TUB MARKET. V MANUFACTUnlO OKLT BT , r' ' ' ( E. A. PALMER fc BRO., ; CLEVELAND, OHIO. W. E. WHITNEY, No. 8, North Main Street. A fresh supply ot Groceries and Provisions constantly on hand at Bottom Pricks. Increased patronage solicited. S ' i I y v 1896. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. CCUIJl January 1st Stundurd Time. ' GOING WEST. Standard Tims No. S Cln. Indpln. A Col'a Ex 8:28 a.m. No. 5 Special N Y. Clu. & St. L. Ex stop, on alpnal.l 19:18 p. m. No. 27-Cleve'd CoPe Accom t :00 p. m. No. s-Nliiht Ex 81 p.m. No. si-Local Freight 8;CJ s. m. QOINO EAST. No. 8-NlRht Kx :0S s. m. No. tO-Uallon A Cleve'd Ac 7:88 a m. No. M-Kpeclal St. Loula A N. Y. Ex. 1 :0S p. m. No. S Cincinnati lud A Cleve'd Ex, 8:p. m. No. 8S-Local Freight 1:06 p.m. Nn 5,9, 8 and 94 ran dally. Further information In regard to this line will be found on page 9. WEEELIU. & USE EM. UW& ASD Cleveland ft Marietta B. R. From and alter Jan. 17, 1889, until fui ther notice, trains on this road will pass Wellington as follows: 00 ISO EAST. Standard Tims. No. 1 f. S9 a.m. No. 5 11. OS a.m. No. 7 l.lWp.m. No. 11 (.00 p.m. No. IT Local 9.96am. OOINO WEST. ' No. 4 ..10,10 a m. No. 6 J. 48 p.m. No. 8 11 p.m. No. Ik Local 1.90 p.m. No. 11 rune dally j others dally except Sunday. Further Information In regard to ,thts line) will be found on page . FOR EUROPE. 1 Arliona Nevada , WlKonaln,. Aluaa OUION LINE.' Leaves N. T. ....March SOth, 1 :80 p. m. Apnioui.e:wp. m. .April lam, noon. Cabin rate., according to location, $10, T0, H0; round trip f 110, IMH, S144. Htecrage $J0. For pwwge sua auy run her Iniormatlnn, apply to II. 0. IllUUS, Agl., Wellington, O. INMAN LINE. Chyc ofDorlln April lTlh,4:.10n m 4.'ho.UT April Wlh. 10 a. m. nujiL'o si.y in, s:a p. m. " Richmond May 8th, a. ut. Rates of nanaaue from New York. chin, aim .nrf W, round trip f 110, SI44; intcrmfllaieU,rouud trip fi; atecrage $M, round trip KI. a. u. UIOOS.Agt. Cl'NAHD LINE. Hcrvla March 9Tth. 11 . m. (lallla Aliril :4rd. n. m I'ubrls April loth, 9 p. m. Cabin Duaam iM. Hl). lino, ateeraire SJ1 Im.f. mediate J 1.1. For funlii'rTuforuiatlon apply to II. u. i(.u, Agt., Wellington, O. Ayep i CherryPectorai Should bo kept constuntly nt haml, for use In emergencies of tho houwhold. Many a mother, startled lu tho ulglit by the ominous sounds of Croup, finds the little sufferer, with red aud swollen face, giupiug fur air. In such cases Aycr'i Cherry Pectoral l Invuluuhlc. Mrs. Ktnnia Ocduey, 159 Went 123 St., New York, writes: "Whllo In tho country, lust winter, my little boy, thrco yean old, wos taken 111 with Croup; It seemed si If lis would dto from strangulutton. Aycr's Cherry Fectorul wils tried In siuull iiml frequent doses, and, In lens than hulf an hour, the Ilttlo pajient was breathing sully. Tho doctor sitUI that the Pectoral ssved my darling's life." Mr. Chus. II. Lsndon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Aver's Cherry Pectoral . Saved My Life, snd slao the llfo of my little son. As hs Is troubled with Croup, I dare not be without this remedy In the house." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mum., writes: "JJy children have repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Cdugbs and Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mury E. Evsns, Seranton, Ts., writes : "I have two little boys, both Of whom have been, from Infuncy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. About six months ago ws begnn using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, auJ It acta like s charm. In a few minutes after the child takes It, hs breathes easily and rests well. Every mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Pcctorsl." Mrs. Wm. C. Reld, Freehold, X. J., writes: "In onr family, Ayer's medicines hsvs been blessings for many years. In eases of Colds and Coughs, we take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience Is soon forgotten." PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co, Lowell, Man. . Sold by all Druggists. SPECIAL NEWS froa Our Efidest Cor;, tl Comm.. its. LAGBANQK. . April 6th, 188tf. Township and corporation election pass ed off very quietly. The entire Republi can ticket was elected, except marshal. Many Republicans voted for the Demo cratic candidate, as they felt bis course for the past two years ought to be vindicated. Below we give vote; names of Republl cans first: Trustees, R. J. Wllkins, 158; Ed son Hastings, 157; Geo. Foster, 136; D.Nich ols, 107; II. Ryan, 112; Geo. Kilner, 102. Treasurer, F. V. 8heldon, 103; W. II. Gott, 104. Clerk, C.W. Hastings, 102; D. D. Gott, 104. Assessor, Z. II. Parsons, 150; S. Hustings, 108. Constables, J. B. Shel don, 21)3; II. Forbes, 105; M. C. Holcomb, 101. Cemetery trustee, 8. M. Powers, 148; E. Griffith, 105. Justice of Peace, L. G. Parsons, 101 ; R. E. Underbill, 90. Cor poratlon: Mayor, W. F. Wolcott, 71 ; S. Hastings, 88. Clerk, Geo. E. Ryan, 77; Ford Gott, 84. Marshal, J. B. Sheldon, 50; F. L. Bates, 63. Councilmen, G. N. Snyder 71; D. 8. Miller, 74; L. 3. Sweet, 72; IL Williams, 78; S.N. Kelner, 89; W. n. Gott, 40; E. M. Griffith, 89; E. Yeamans, 84. The literary Saturday evening was an other success. At an early hour the ball wm filled by an audience who came to listen and enjoy. Had the roads been pass, able the ball could not have contained the crowd. The first part of the part of the program passed off very pleasantly. The musical and literary part was of high or der. Several of our iormer students did much toward making a successful enter talnment, and many thanks are due them for their continued Interest In the liter, rles. The Mistletoe Bough, with some changes, was even better than the first time. Much credit Is due to those who did to much toward its success. I think our young people, one and all, deserve much commendation for working to bard in whatever line that tends to give them healthful and agreeable pleasure, refine ment and culture. Net receipts for the evening over $11. Yours Dbtlt. April1 Mthyl8b Mr. Ely Barnard, of Sterling, was in town last week on business. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Iper, daughter. Tkos. Howe bus accepted the position of clerk In Warner & Son's dry goods store. Messrs. Foskett & Lewis have purchas ed the property owned by Jesse Andrews, on Friendship street Mr. II. S. Ross, of Seville, bus purchas ed and moved Into the bouse formerly owned by Andrew Grunlnger. J. W. S. Mercer, the Junior editor of the Democrat, has returned from Guern sey county where he has been visiting friends .' Dr. Jones met with a severe accldont last wook while driving at night, the bug. gy overturned, throwing Mm violently to the ground, fracturing several ribs. Last Frldny Sheriff O. B. Dealing re ceived a telegram to arrest a Bohemian oats agent, at York, until purties from Michigan reached here. The mutter was settled uixl prisoner released. Ex-Sheriff N. W. Piper, of Medina county, died nt Washington, D. C, last Saturday morning. He was employed in the Treasury Department. The wedding of L. P. Blsscll, foreman In the Medina News office, and Miss Fredrlka Sulisbury took place last Wed nesday. They at once started for Lima to visit friends for a fow weeks. Alse Dr. W. B. Croft to Mrs. Edie Boult, who started for New York on their honeymoon. Q. HUNTINGTON. April 12tb, 18b0. Snow fell on Tuesday, April 6th to the depth of twelve inches on the level, with mud six inches under the snow. More good sugar weather. Mr. Louis Boise has sold bit farm to Mr. BUnley Rogers, Thlt is, the larra that Mr. Lyman Edwards used to own. Mr. Cozens, of Grafton, has rented the hotel and is now moving Into it. Mrs. Sadie Watt and her baby visited at Mrs. Tasso Phelon's last week. Mr, Alden Palmer staid over Sunday with hit classmate, Frank Smith. Miss Nettie Keyes bat been visiting friends In town the past week. Mist Jennie Welch will spend the sum. mor at Darius Wells' and Miss Mary Welch at Dr. Leo's. There has been an extenalve revival in the church at llurmar ; Rev. II. C. Has kell, pastor, admitted forty -five new mem bers into the church at the result of It. Mr. Ren Blocker and wife, from Sulli- llvan, were at church Sunday. There was much excitement here over j election. The following persons were elected : Treasurer, Delos Phelon ; Clerk, A.J. Burrell; Assessor, D. P. Wells; Trustees, Elbert Chapman, 8 years; Geo. Bradner, 2 years; Geo. Rolce, 1 year; Con' stables, MIIo June, Will Smith. Treasurer, Democrat; Clerk and Assessor, Republi cans; Trustees, 1 Republican, 1 Prohibi tionist and the other did not vote at last el ectlon. 8. ELTBIA. April 6th, 1880. The concert V Ue BeU Cole Concert Co., did not coine o advertised. Messrs. Frank Wood and Frank Vin cent went to Antelope Lodge, Kant., last week. Clark the photographer has taken some very fine views of our romantlo scenery along the river. Our photographers are having a War of cheap rates. Cabinet photos are down to $2.25 iter dozen, and will probably go low er. Mrs. Emma D. Lemon is confined ut home with Intlummutory rlieumuti-m. Our streets are in the worst condition they have been for a long time. If the proposed $25,000 bonds are Issued for paving the streets, It will be a step In the right direction. Some are opposed to bonding the town, and paying interest, but It will cost no more to pay the inter est than it will to sandpaper the roads as heretofore. Besides half the money can be borrowed this year and half next, thus saving one year's interest It will also give employment to many idle men, who are willing and anxious to go to work. Elyrla has too many old fogies in It, who are too careful for their own good and the town's advancement We believe they would kick if they were going to be hung. Let us have paved roads by all means. Mrs. Herbert Worden died at her home on East Avenue, on Monday morning. Her death was a great shock to her many friends, and was caused by an acute bil ious attack. The funeral services were held at her late residence on Tuesday morning, and she was taken from there to Ridgevllle for interment. She leaves a little girl, a baby boy and a bereaved hus band. They expected to go to Florida toon, to take up their residence. The entertainment given by Howard Russell at the opera house on Monday ev ening, was well attended and gave good satisfaction, nit oration on "Mob and Law" was particularly fine and elicited imnrh,applaniw. I , . . C. C. L. BRIGHTON. v 1 April 12th, 1886. Mrs. Haynes spent a lew days last week at her lather's, in Clarksfield. Mrs. Chat. Emmont it reported to be Improving. There Is some talk of starting a meat market here. It seems as though that schemo could be made to pay. The cheese factory started one week ago, but received too little milk lor profit, and shut down, to reopen to-day. Misses Lurle Ward and Allie Hart are cultivating their intellect In the Welling, ton schools. Mrs. Bristol, the aged mother of Mrs. Wm. Hull, died at the residence ol Mrs. Hall, in Wellington, last Thursday morn lug, and was brought here for burial Sat urday. Mr. John Burr, an old and esteemed resident of Brighton, died at his home, one mile south of the center, lust Thursday morning, after a short illness. Funeral services were held from the residence of the deceased, Saturday at 10 a. m. Mr. Burr leaves a large family and a host of friends to mourn his loss. Quizical. . April 13th, 1880. At tho school meeting lost evening. Dell Johnston was elected director. II. wanted to be leador, as usual, as soon as the meeting was called to order, he hav ing a schemo worked up to a high state In his own mind ; but the scheme did not work and he got left We are up to your snups. Take my advice, don't try It twice, to be leader as before ; for If you do, yon will find it true, you will get left as of yore. Carl. l LITCli FIELD, April li G. W. Turnor lost a valuable th, 1886. cow re- ccntly. J. J. Vaughn and wife are visiting In town. The rattlo of tho milk-cun Isn't heard. to any great extent ovor this way. Somo of our suiiur maker have folded ill for the tent and deserted the tamp. Mrs. A.T. Stran.ih.ui W own several weeks. , A new organ is boinir tum lnpe,! for the Baptist church. The heavy full of snow lust week made a good run of sap, and every body looks happy, except Martin Brooker, who had a little bad luck. It happened In this wise: Martin sat up Saturday night till the "wee sma'" hours, boiling sap, In order not to break the Sabbath. When the night was far spent he dipped his syrup out into a milk-can, which was filled to the brim, then sought hit peaceful couch to dream of the wealth hit tweetness would bring him, and arose In the morning with bright hopes for the future, but alas for be hopes of man! He looked out of the window only to behold tmoke Issuing from apertures In his sugar shanty. With a great dread at his heart, and his nether garments In his hand, he rushed to the scene of action and arrived in time to save the building, but hlssyrnp, oh where was it t Gone, burned up, and the can caved In; nothing left but a lot of sticky stuff, mixed with ashes, dirt and cinders. The wood which the can tat on had caught fire and spoiled the whole thirty gallons. Nonens, FENFIELD. April 13th, 1886. Mr. R Davidson haa moved his family to Wellington. We wish him success in wielding his brush. Mr. F. Bliiniera moved last week to Whitehousc, Lucas county, Ohio. Frank leaves many warm friends behind. The Cong, society had a new preacher on Sunday lost. We hope ho has come to stay. The roads are almost Impassible. We are In hopes of navigation opening soon. Health officers will find some of the filthiest back-yards thlt tpring that ever were seen In the immediate vicinity of Penfleld. It shows for itseli what the owners are. It it were not for law suits, horse trades. and public sales, there would be nothing to talk about, since election it over and the lost cause gone into itt hole. Mr. Nelson Wilson waa duly elected school director. Hit insumiral was good. The sparring match last Saturday night terminated In Blossom getting a header; when he went down, he made tad havoc of lanterns and other truck in the corner of the room. George ''bobbed np serene ly," and enjoyed the laugh with the rest. Lone Stab. April 13th, 1886. Sugar makers report the past week as the best of the season. We are still enjoying our usual quanti ty ol mud. The Rev. Mr. Donaldson, of Obcrlln, whe was to occupy the pulpit at the Con. gregational church last Sabbath, owing to sickness, failed to put in an appearance. A Mr. Forbos, ot Oberlin, held forth in hit stead. J Rev. T. Ci Walker spent last Sabbath id North Fairfield. - Rev. J. li Phillips will toon move hla family to Defiance, O. Their many friend J are sorry to part with them. Henry Secbrist lost one ot his horses last week. It is a severe loss to him, as it breaks up bis team Just at the time It will be most needed. Charles Lang lost one of his cows last week. The rattle of milk-can Is again beard in the land. The milk drawers are having a soft time of It ; certainly they ought not to complain. Jake. riTTSFIELD. April 12Ui, 1880. The spring term of tho union school commenced on tho 0th last.. Miss N. Kneule, teacher. The W. C. T. U. has made arrangements to employ Mrs. Trego to labor for a fow days in tho Interest of Gospel temperance. It is expected she will 1)6 hero alxiut the middle of May. On lust Saturday morning Mr. Anson was presented with a fine boy. On Sunday the infant child of Mr. S. Wait died. Our genial citizen, Dr. C. II. Beach, Is very busy moving, and expects his goods will leave Oborlin In a duy or two for Iowa. Sorry to have him leave, but hope it may be for the best M. KOCH ESTER. April 12th, 1886. Mrs. Laborle sold at public auction a part of her personal , property, and has tented the hotel to M. Phelps. Mrs. M. Curry, who has tried Kansas and Nebraska for two years as a home, concludes that Ohio Is far preferable to either, and has moved back. Mrs. 8. Storrow Is still improving grad ually. The milk haulers say it Is quite muddy. Miss Lizzie Potter is teaching In Brigh ton. An alarm of fire caused quite an excite ment on the 1st of April, but toon cooled down when the small boy said, "April fool." " , D. D. Davis It very sick. Sioma. Spring Wraps. People intending to purchase spring wraps should remember our stock is now at itt very best. Our importations and spring orders are all in. Many(of the finest garments have no duplicates. Judg ing by the successful atrikes ot cloak makers prices will be higher. We are off-, ering stylish short wraps from $7 to $15; jackets from $3.50 to $8. E. M. McGillin & Co., Cleveland, O. Park" "liotwe. ' ' ' The Purk House has been recently re fitted In flrstclaas style. The traveling public it invited to call before going elsewhere. Good stable In connection. Also sample rooms. . II. Babnbs, Landlord. -4, .t.v'.-Ae j'