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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, Ib89.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF SPRING
NOW IN, CONSISTING OF ,
LADY WASIIINGTON,
LASQTRT, FLEXIBLE, OPERA
CHAMPION FLEXIBLE COM. SENSE, at
R1RTR, A GE'R
This Week's New AdvertlnementH.
Park House.
D West Removal.
M Peik Removal.
J W HoughtrsJJpticlan.
For Sle Colls F M ioer.
H FI Baundera Pliotoitmphe.
L Biwman Sixty d .ys mure.
Bhermaa Brown Fresh meats.
Hower & Hisbee Underwear.
A New Discovery 0 K Iliwy.
A P Dimock A donation t $500.
Dr. McFarlapd Special remedies.
Announcement New store coming.
Annuil report of Agricultural Society.
F B Serage First arrival spring goods.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Tho social season Is at band.
Very few visitors in town tula week.
Quite a decliue in prices of butter and
gus.
No troupes billed for the opera house
this week.
The season will soon be at band to buy
.-.1 ....haniTa rani tnfn.
D. L. Wsdsworth has been enclosing his
premises with a new fence. j
We were visited with a heavy fall of
fain Saturday and Sunday.
Read up the locals in the business col
umn if you want to make money.
What part of the country will the new
home seekers select this spring?
Deputy Treasurer Cushion is lookine
after the delinquent tax payers Just now.
The temperance people In Orafton are
arranging to hold an election on local
option.
We have bad no report from the farm
ers Institute and bee keepers association
of late.
The Park and Palmer houses are In
possession of bran new landlords this
winter.
The citizens of Medina have become
awakened to the Importance of street im
provements. Our chess experts went over to New
London Friday evening last and carried
off the laurels.
The proprietor of the new store that ex
pects to open here January 15, advertises
for three lady clerks.
Warden Coffen has bad three personal
aoDllcatioue for Mrs. Garrett's Infant
child with a view of adopting It.
Oo account of the frequent changes In
the weather we are compelled to shed s
portion of our wraps every few days.
The school report published In our issue
of Dee. 36, the average dally attendance in
the B Grammir reads 03.8; it should read
98.9.
The scholars and teachers of the public
schools were in their places Monday
morning ready lor work after their two
weeks' vacation.
A number of clothes lines were reported
to have been stripped last week. Our
night detectives should be on the alert lor
the Irengressors.
The coaches on the Bee Line are about
all heated by steam from Ibe engine,
hence passengers are not annoyed by the
Id-time noise caused In building tires.
btatlon Agent Fisher Informs ns that he
expects to make the best showing for 1888
in total receipts at this place of any local
point on me ioiumuus uivisiou in iue
Bee Line.
To save writing to your friend Just step
in and instruct us to send them a copy of
the Ehterprire. If the friend or relative
relusesto receive the present we will
agree to refund the subscription paid.
The sample room at the American
House has been reopened for commercial
travelers to Invite business men to sampU
their goods. During the holidays very
few traveling men put In an appearance.
1 The following is the total number ol
boxes cheese end weights forwarded from
this place In 1888, boxes 138,930, pounds
5,105,427; butter packages, 10,874, pounds
804,500. 1887 cheese boxes, 141,418,
pounds 5,173,408; decrease boxes 8,488
weight 07,070; butter 18,351, weight
1,911,528; Increase In packages oi 1,033,
deciesse In pounds 78,088. Whiles little
decrease Is observed In the number of
packages of cheese and In the weights of
both butter and cheese from the previous
year. It waeasrrr&lned that the stock on
hand at the storage and warehouses far
exceeds that ot January 1st, 1888.
Our friends have visited us with tlielr ,
pocket-books very liberally within the
past week. This goes to show that the
good people do not Intend to permit their
village editor ami his futility to come to
want. Many tbanks to all.
The following named gentlemen were
elected ofllcers for ihe ensuing year of 0e
Wellington Gas Company: President, D.
L. Wadswoitli; Vice Pres.. C. W. Hemen
way ; Sec, G W. VanCleof; Treas.,J. ill.
Ordway; Directors, D. L. Wadsworth, C.
W. Heuicnway, G. W. VauCleef, J. M.
Ordway, James Shuldon, G. W. Crosier
and C. V. He men way.
A freight conductor of the Bee Line was
called lefore Mayor 1 1 listed for permitting
the train he had charge ot to stand on the
North Main street crossing tor (1 1 teen min
utes. His Honor gave the employe a
g(Kd sound lecturing and with a good
promise from the transgressor not to oil
struct the crossings again longer than five
minutes at any one time let him go in
peace.
CIIOHKN r HI ENDS.
Ofllcers elect of the Chosen Friends
for
1689:
C. C., It. N. Goodwin; V. C, Mrs. diss.
Willard;8ee,C. M. Whilon;Ast. Hec.
Mrs. C. N. Christie; Treasurer, C. E.
Kutlifl"; Pril, W. E. Pierce; Mar
hal, E. Wells, Jr.; War., Mrs. V. A.
Fisher; Guard, L. C. Ledyard; organltt.
Mr. V. A. Fisher; trustees, Mrs. John
Roser, Homer Alryn, W. E PUrce.
Bee Line Notes.
The Bee Line require managers of the
press to make application to tliem lor
tranKirtnlion over their line fur the year.
Previous to (his the company made appli
cation to the press fur annual courtesies.
Ten new and elegant coaches have hei a
placed upon Ihe line which equal
the equipment of any firrt-class road in
the country. Take a ride In one of them
and decide for Yourself. They are dasies.
Business Notes and Changes.
Thos. Crabtree and Mis. E. M. Austin
have discontinued business.
A new stuck of dry goods will be placed
In J. II. Woolley's building Jan'y 15.
Martin Perk lias removed bis barber
shop into the Horr, Warner & f. blork.
Mr. D. West has removed bis stock ( f
groceries from the Bee Hive block to first
door noith of Star bakery.
W. R. Santley ft Co. have sbat down
their saw mill for the present.
Church Notes and Announcements.
Preaching next Lord's day morning and
evening at the Disciple church by Albert
S. Dabney. All are cordially Invited to
attend. Sunday school at 12 o'clock.
The members of the society ol tbeCong'l
church held their annual meeting at the
church parlors Monday morning at ten
o'clock. After transacting the usual busi
ness, 8. K. Laundon, R. N. Goodwin and
Edward Welis were elected trustees snd
W. H Fisher, secretary snd treasurer. An
adjournment was then taken until Mouday
January 21st. The sale of seat will take
place Monday evenlnn, January 14th, at 7
o'clock.
Communion service snd evening prayer.
conducted Ly Rev. Y. P. Morgan, rector of
Trinity Church, Cleveland, will be held at
the home ol Miss Kate Powers next Thurs
day afternoon, Jan'y 10.
Our Dead.
The following is the death list for Wei
lineton township in le88, A. O. A O. L
Couch acting as undertakers:
A II Benedict, Jan'y 8, age 72.
Alice Leonard, Jan'y 7, age 04.
Thomas Davison, Feb'y 0, age 35.
Hiram Allyn, Feb'y 1 age 03.
Sarah A Kendall, Mch 2, age 04.
Matt McClora, Mch 11. age 23.
Ann Baker, Mch 12, age 67.
Mrs. Silas Miller. April 17, sge 79.
Infant 8pear, April 30, sge 1 month.
Mrs. Rlvsnna Mason, June 5, age 78.
Mrs. Ells Chapman, July O 83
Mrs. Ann Derrick, July lOTsg 44.
James E. Case, Aug 9, age 54.
Sylvia Berage, Ang 10, age t8.
Mrs Emily Boyd, Aug 15, sge 50.
Baby Cope, Aug 10, sge 9 yrs.
J M DIckerman, Aug 20, age 05.
F M Cols, Oct 8, age 50.
Delos Pheloo, Oct 4, sge 79.
Edith Osborn, Oct 21, age 25.
Mrs. Taylor, Nor 10, sge 87.
T. G. Haines, Deo 4, age 58. .
Mrs. Levi Smith, Deo 11, age 71. '
Mrs Eliza Damon, Deo 12, age 04.
Amos Foot", Deo 15, sge 70.
Street Improvement.
nt the regular session ot the Council
held Monday evening a petition was re
ceived from the property owners of South
Main street asking that street improve
ments bo made as per plans relerred to in
our lust issue, but for the benefit of the
readers we will tepea'. it. A stoue drive
way eight feet wide and eight inches thick
to be laid in the center of the street, the
cost of same not to exceed one dollar per
fool; thret-inurths ot tbe expense ot same
to lie paid tor Iron) the general fund and
o ie-fourlh to be assessed to the property
owners; that will cause an assessment or
one-eighth of the expense, or one shilling
per running loot, to be assessed upon ad
jacent property on the street. For Instance,
lor every one huudred feet an assessme.it
will bo ordered In Ihe sum of twelve dol
lars ana fifty cents. While it is Indeed s
very light assessment compared to the
benefit lo be received, the condition of our
streets this winter warrants us in doiug
something to prevent a repetition of such
a state of uffalrs if we desire to hold Ihe
trade thut belougs to us. So tar as we have
been able to learn the solicitors for signa
tures have been cordially received, and
while some have not given their names at
the first visit, a promise was given to seri
ously consider the matter and probably by
Saturday evening two-ihirdsof the prop
erty owners if not the entire number will
he received and Ihe Council will be fully
warranted in p-oceedlog with the prelim
inary part of the Improvement forthwith
We hope that all will do their whole duty
and you will never regret It.
Annnal Meeting of Wellington A?n
cultural Society.
The members of the society convened in
the Opera House Tuesday afternoon, Jan
8 The meeting was called to order by
President Leach, and minutes of last meet
Ing read and approved. The secretary
and treasurer presented their reports antf
a committee consisting ofS. K. Warner,
Mart Bush, L. F. Clifford was appointed
to audit the accounts. The following com
mittee was appointed to nomiuate ofllcers
for the ensuing year: II E Leach, James
Sheldon, T Do.aud, J M Otterbacber, and
EE llusterf. Said committee reported
the following persons as suitable for olll-
cere; lor prest.,ianaciiiioTu;vicepre8iM
Marl Bush ; sec'y, O L Couch ; treas., L E
Hosted ; directors, Ferd Camp, Homer;
A Foster, La Grange; Willard Hart, Pen
field ; B B Herrick, Wellington. The fol
lowing result was declared when the
vote were counted : Mart Bush, presi
dent; Frank Warren, vice president; Geo.
L Couch, secretary ; E E Husted, treasurer ;
directors, Ferd Catnp.ot Homer, A Foster,
La Ur-nge, Witlard Hurt, Penfleld, B B
Herrick, Wellington. The auditing com
mittee reported the books of secretary and
treasurer correct. The following resolu
tion was offered sad adopted: .
Resolved, That it Is the sense of thla so
ciety that an oratorical contest for the ben
efit of our treasury should be held during
the coming spring and would tecomuiend
tnat stops be taken by tbe board of direc
tors to hold such an enterislnmeni, or
sonetbing in the way of entertainment,
that will he a source of pleasure to the
community snd profit to the association.
The association then adjourned.
Council Proceedings.
Council met in regular session Monday
evening, Jsnuary 7, Mayoi Husted In the
chair. Clerk Goodwin and all the mem.
hers ot the Council present except C. V
Huutenwty. Minutes of last meeting read
and approved. The com mitt on finance
approved of the following bill and an
ordinance was passed for payment of same :
S. A. Williams, ulght watch $13 00
J. White, lighting lamps 18 00
E. E. Uustea, salary 25 00
It. N Goodwin, salary 25 00
Postage, etc 80
Metcalt & Webber, fees in Wads.
worth case... 10 00
W. E. Felice, lamps, oil, elo 21 40
Lorln combine for watering trough 0 82
J. W. Wilbur, repairs for stove. ... 4 05
M. W. Lang, expenses of commit
tee to Elyria and Oberlin 0 80
W. II. Serage, labor on stroets 7 20
Muterlal lor walks 38 70
Lb'kit on same. 1 90
Christie A Bennett, pole for Ore
engine 2 00
Petitions were presented from C. Ma
Dermott snd others for a lamp on Pleasant
street; also G. W. Ryder and others for a
lamp on Union street; relerred to commit
tea on lamp. Petition from R Craddock
and others lor sidewalk to be constructed
from the premises of Wm. Rlnlngsr on
south side of Mechanic street to east line
of corporation; relerred to committee on
walks. Chief of Are department G. W.
Ryder submitted his annual report, which
GOODS
TOE,
shows that the department has their full
qnotoof members and in good working
condition. A petition from Hon. S. S.
Warner and others for street improvement
on South Main street from Square to cor
poration line on the south; referred to
committee ou ordinances. The Council
then adjourned until Saturday evening to
receive the petitions 'from North Main,
Mechanic and Liberty streets asking for
the proposeJ improvement.
At eleven o'clock and forty minates on
Friday evening, January 4th, the fire bell
guve the alarm of fire which was visible
by the leaping flames at tome point in tho
west part of town when the alarm was
given. In a lew minutes it was ascertain
ed to be a barn locuted on the Johns' estate
north of the brick and tile yard of C. V.
Heraenwey. On account of tho bad con
dition of the streets, the department was
unable to render any assistance in the
matter, consequently the flames sped on
unmolested. The barn was leased by
Wm. F. Johns and contained three bead of
horses, fifteen milch cows and 'three
hellers, all of which perished in the
flames except one horse that broke loose
and when the door was opened made a
break tor its liberty and waa saved. A
large quantity of hay, grain, one milk
delivering wagon, milk cans, fixtures,
harness, etc., were entirely consumed.
Tbe barn was owned by the heirs of Dr.
Johns and was uninsured so far as reports
have It, and the contents and stock were
Insured In the Home of New York, by C.
Sage & Co., for seven hundred and fifty
dollars. Mr. Johns supplied a portion of
the people of the town with milk and the
fire visiting the premises at this season of
the year, when nearly all of bis effects
were stored under the roof, and with sucli
a ligln Insurance, the loss Will he keenly
feltbyblm. He is a resident of Kelly
street Hnd did not reach the scene of ac
tion until the premises were nearly con
sumed.' A large crowd ol people was on
hand as soon as the cry ot fire was an
nounced, but Ihe fire had evidently origi
nated in the hay and straw on tbe inside,
hence nothing could be done but to stand
ujr mm witness me remains oi lue animals
reduced to ashe. As to the cause of tbe
Bra no one seems lo know, but the pre
vailing opinion seems lo be that It was
accidentally set on fire by tramps who
had sought lodging. Total loss, above in
surance $1,000.
PERSONALS.
Mr. T. F. Mortaugb, of Cleveland, was
in town Monday.
Mi. Van Burnaw has returned from a
visit In Michigan.
Miss Agnes Haskell spent Sunday In
Greenwich.
Geo. Buswell has returned from Kansas.
On account ol continued ill health Mrs.
W. H. Sage expects to leave Tor California
in s few day to remain aa Indefinite time.
Mis Bess Carter and Miss Matlie
Curtlas, of New London, were guests of
Miss Evs Stuart over New Years.
AdvartlMd Latter.
The following Is a Hit of unclaimed letter re
maining In tht poitofflc st Wellington, Ohio.
January T.18R9.
Mr. Alex MeCor, Geo. Nichols,
Llnooln Peutih, Nile Pedered.
Persons csIIIdc for the akove pleat say
advertised."
i Gao.C.Bosa.P. at
1
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Bab? was sick, w far her Castoria.
When lb was a Child, be ericd for Castoria,
Wha ab beotma Ills, so olung to Castor la.
When be had Children, ihl gart them Castoria.
MaukiEd.
ROfiKR BAKNES-In Chicago, III-, Decern
ber 25th. "M, Arthur J. Roser to Lena M.
Barnes. Rev. R. A. John oltlclatlnf. Wed
ding private.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Five Hundred Dollars to Give A way
Mr boose snd lot, situated on Forest
Avenue. Tbe lot Is eighty-three (83) feet
front, the bonse frame, erected in 1W87
with all ot the more modern Improve-
menta. an excellent cellar, lawn sua prem
ises In first dsss condition and the neigh
borhood unexcelled. On account of lo
cating elsewhere, I am desirous ol dis
posing of tbe above named premises even
at the enormous sacrifice of fir hundred
dollars below actual coat Terms easy.
fall on or adore,
i . A. P. Dimoce, Wellington, O,
A New Discovery
For the nalnless extraction r.f teeth. Dr.
O. L. Kean will be at Dr. CK. Hisev's
dental rooms, Thursday, January 17. 1889,
to extract teeth without pain, without
producing sleep. Parties wishing to have
teeth extracted will do well to call at my
office on that date. -
Yours Respectfully,
0. K. Hibet, D. D. S.
N. B. In the Inst 12 months I have ex
tracted teeth for 700 to 800 persons; have
extracted from 1 to 21 teeth for people at
tbe same sitting snd in no case have 1 bad
any bad results. Yours,
Du. O. L. Kean.
Pause and Reflect.
The undersigned Is prepared to deliver
fresh meats at your door inside the cor
poration. Will also bu on the corner at
Laundon, Windecker & Co.'s on Saturday
evenings. I also make it a specialty of
attending to butchering, carving, and mak
ing sausage for private families. Your
patronage Unsolicited.
8 - Sherman Brown.
FOR SALE Six choice colts, coming 3
years old, two coming 2 years old, and one
coming 1 year old, at the residence ot
Frank Miner, X miles east of Hunting
ton Center, Lorain co., O.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
The Big Bargain Store, well aud favor
ably known throughout the Eastern 8tates
will open in Wellington, on or about the
15th, Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods,
Big Bargain counters crowded with Fauc)
Goods, Crockery, Glass and Tinware at
half the usual price. WANTED Three
young lady residents ot Wellington as
clerks, leave addresses and relerence at
tho K.NTUiti'iUHK eflice. II JI. Fuixkh.
Park IIoiihp.
The Park House always has the clean
est of beds and the finest table the market
affords. Good feed bam lu connection.
L. C. Bennett, Pro.
A CARD Having removed my
stock of groceries to the first door
north of the Star bakery I will con
tinue the business as usual and
hope to meet all of my old cus
tomers and as many new ones as
can favor me with then- patronage.
Thanking the publio for pout fa
voib I am very respectfully
D. WEST.
A CARD Having removed my shop
into the room occupied by C. E. Sutlitf, in
the Horr, Warner Co. block. I would In
vite the public generally to favor me with
their patronage.
Martin PtitK.
Desirable Rexidenee for Stile.
The residence of Ihe subscriber Is of
fered for sale. Inquire of Goodwin and
VauCleef. 1 :tt J. 11. Lano.
Do not fail to call at J. W. Wilbur's and
get bottom prices.
Ojhterw! Ojttein!! Oysters!!!
In Can or Bulk at Earnest Lemuels.
Fakm yon Sale 45 acres of good land,
situated one mile north and one mile east
of thecen'erof Humington. If not sold
hv March 1st, will be for rent.
'51 4 J. 11. Dickson.
Notice Anyone desiring a copy of
Ha'per's Bazar and SI. Nicholas for 'S9
please call at this office.
Notice.
JM. Crabtree will pay the highest
market prices tor live and dressed bog
vesl cslyes.dry and green bides snd pell
To those that intend putting up a while
bronze monument oerore Uecoratlon day
we will say that during the winter months
la a good tune to place your order for it, a
tew having already done so.
it rs . UOODWIN, Agt.
MONEY TO LON On long lime at
moderate inti rest on good farm security.
Enquire ol C. .Sage & Co.
Mr. Lee Moon having ottrchased the
Laundry business ef Wing Sing will con
tinue to serve the public- I am now pre
pared to do up collars and cull's by new
patent process. Prices tbe name as my
predecessor. 1'lease favor me with yeiur
patronage. , 8-51
Dr. E. M. Obermllbr. from ToMo, O .
will be at the American Houses Welling
ton, Nov. 7ih, Dec. 5th, Jan. irih, Feb. Htu,
March 6th. 41-Sijio
Persons peruiantly gray cun have tlielr
hair restored to It youthful beauty, by
using Hall' Vegetable Sicilean Hair He
newer, the best article in tbe market.
Dentistry.
Dr. C. K. Hlsey, ot Ashland, O , has
opened a permanent office iu the Wads
worth building, leelh extracted wltliou'
pain bv the use ol Hurd's vitalized air,
and all work warranted to please. Sign o
tbe gold tooth.
Special Sale of Underwear.
We have pi teed on sale 175 dozen man-
ufacturera' sample of Lsdles' and Gents'
Underware deliveied to u st 50 cents on
the dollar by the two largest manufactur
er in America. This lot Include sam
ples of everything produced by liter
makets In Ladlec' White Cashmere, Wool
and Memo. Ladiea' and Childn n's Scar
let Union Suits, Gents' Cashmere Wool
and Merino in White, Natural, Olive,
Gold, Gray, Blue Clouds and Slietlnuil
Also 23 dozen HaibricgBii. In connection
with tli above lot ol sinnple the rme
manufacturer bavo turned over lo ua 273
dzen of the lame qualities of Ladies' and
Gents' Under are at tbe same rate ol
dio'ount to close the odd lot f ihl tea
son's production. Our prices ou these
KimkU will range from 85 cent lo $1.73
per carmen!, being lust ball market value
We have placed ou sale at the tama time
100 dozen Ladies' Jersey Vels in white
and natural wool In the $1.80 quality In
all sizes at f 1.00 per garment S- e nun-
pie lu our window.
HowKlt & HlOUKR,
Superior i-treet. Cleveland, O.
To The Citizen of Wellington.
Fred D. Fell, the druguit. ol Welling
ton, will keep lor sale the celebrated
Indian Pill, nianutactui-ed by die emlneiH
Dr, R. MacFarlaml ol Genoa, O. This is
the pill that cure heudaclie, sick or ner
vous, also constipation, and tor our lailurv
we offer I UK) If dlrecilous are carried oat
We can lull you more, tlievctir rheuum
tlsm, sclalin, chronic, or Inflammatory. All
stomach diseases yield every time to tins
treat discovery. They will tnwltlvelv
cure all dliease ot the urinary organ if
curable from any medicine. The secret it
they cure th liver and will not fail. Do
not tall to try this medicine; l a box, 50
pill in each box. tall at Felt's drug store
tor mem. t en only Keeps them, Well
Ingtnn. Ask for the 1 1 til book giving
symptoms, i his is tbe great blood search,
er ot the world. .
N.B. Felt's only. Remember Dr. K
MacFarland's pill Is the only genuine
MacFarland pill on earth. 1
50
CTB,
ON THE
i!
We have lately
purchased sever
al thousand dol
lars worth of
At less than half
price. We must
sell them at once
FIRST COME
FIRST SERVED !
We show mag
nificent valuesin
Childrens' Gar
ments. Come to
this Great Cloak
Sale.
4 and 0 ijucliil Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio.
ariies
Chin'
CLOAKS
Crow k
Whit marsh

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