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CIIVElANO. 0. aatsSjt' v i, r.. j -arn.tr. r i.i.v,7 5- jw;','-'iw'"i ISSCpiVXET WEDNESDAY. A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Iolitic8, Agriculture, Science, Art, Poetry, Etc.- VOL. XXIII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY; OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13. iw9. : 9 'it ...... --V ' - B0O0Ot.0MO.0t6 v A II A II NCI 11 1 tnri THE ENTERPRISE, Published every Wednesday, at WELLNGTON, OHIO germs of SnlMcrlptlom QaeYear. .... tlx Months tkree Houths... .J150 .. 75 .. 40 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ; J. T, HASKELL, inORNT-AT-10 ul HOTAM F0LS1C, Loans and Collections made, a specialty Office in bank building. J. H. DICKSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW, and lollcttor of American and Foreign WE8T BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, WELLINGTON, - OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC. n-a a OMtlSMTIN. IniunUMM Airent and IV Notary Public Innuranoe, Aned. mort- age, will, leasee, oontraoi. eta., written In nol auu leyai manner, uujo over oarage . bnnt and aboe .tore. TONStJKI AL.. T,M'8J1IF ttslllllM IN. tha Barber, keeps ' JVi on of tha tiaatest. dom oiinveuicnt Uar bar ShupslD town. Only nrst-olium wiirkioeo inpluym. A full aawirt mniit of hiilr oils. pi made, and hnir rostoraiivxa. Klna buih roiiinp touwiin-otlon anil runnhi-d at all hour with kul and old water and nil r.eoi-.ary oon2Dl neea llonma ixhhIi !- I.ll-"y rw)i UKNTIMIH. HI. IIOI.HItiMtK. Drnttxt. OfDc, over . Hmied'a ' lions, In Hank Building. W.llliiaiun. Oblo. Nil nun oilrt? (a admin tHr4 fur ilw- fraplni of ith Startalla'a Art OtUerf. -Picture! In e. ery.tyle aud rliilit up with the tlmea. 0aelal attention pild tnenlarKlnx In Crayon IuK, or Watnr (Jolora and copyinK from old loturei. Old neutlves all preserved anduu Homes oan bs ba at any time. Gallery over . Bowiuy k Uall'i crocery. I 'Plcturei of all kinds. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and enlarging In Crayon, Ink aad Pastel. Special attention to the babies, .. Croaler'a Block, WaUiasrtoa, O. PHYSICIANS. . R. HATHAWAY M. D. BPKClALTIIUi Ki.l ilUrun. and diseases of tk. bltddertnd kidaay. Piles, nlcerstlon of ch. met am, Istnls la aao, Iwnru and all prelling diKamsa of th. rua treated br an Improved srstem. without aalnor detention front business. Mmsm of th. bladder and kidneys treated only after a careful and proper anslysls of me unue. ' Office In Carpenter Black - Wellington, O VETERINARY SURGEON. It. U. HOLLAND, T;i:;iun $ ::i Ds&list. Orders rftCflvM ai Telephone Eicbange and at F. I). Felt's drun store. Graduate Toronto Veterlnsrv College, class '87. L. B. PRATT, i hi::: and Dentist. fiver tarentv-flva vears of nraetlce. Orders rneelred at Adams and iinuxntona drug tores, Horae still taken for treatment at my atable on Courtiaua Avenue. -zi JEWELERS. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewelty, Bit verware, Gold Pens, etc No. 5, Public SqOHrw, Wellington, Ohio. aa IB. Barrett, Livcry and Feed Stable. South Side Mecbanio Street, first , door east nf American House.' , NOTICE... Ht Om&ilsus' ad Traaiifsr Li&e. . Conrevl Pasaengeri and Baftjragt to aad from train or residences. Also col I cti an4 distributes urKKM.dolnR a paexal expreaalog and ptcksgd btulnei. Li orders or telephone Amrlcta Unit, 871 " - II, S. Bxinr, Prop. 1884. - FIRST NATIOHAL BANK, WEXtLIN-CrTOlT, OKCIO, CAPITAL 100.000.Oa (. . SURPLUS $6,500.00. Does a General Banking BixStaesa, Receives Deposits, Burs and sells New York Exchange, Government Bonds, etcTHsnifts S. WARNER, President. WM, CUSHION, 8. 8. WARNER. C.W.HORR. . S.K.LAUNDON. PLANING MILL. D. L. WADS WORTH k CO.. Manufacturers of and dealers In Doors, Eash. and. Slln.c3.g4 Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol Lumber, Lnth, Shingle1), Battens, Mould lugs and Flooring. Siding made and Bur face Planing done to order on abort no tice WELLINGTON, O. HOYT & BENSCHOTEN, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING IN ALL IT6 BRANCHES. A Full Line of Goods Always In Stock. Arterial Embalming a Specialty. Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari ety of Mouldings to select from. N. K. Corner of Square. Wellington. 0 S. F. BLACK, ' Contractor and Builder, Plans and estimates made. Job work of all kindB. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 46-ly CHRISTIE & BENNETT. MaNUraCTURKRS OF CARRIAGES, WAGONS AMD SLUG US Or KVERY DESCRIPTION. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ' Pratt & Herrick, G.K.1AL ' FEED AND FLCUH STORE, Free delivery to any part o( the corpor ation. Railroad street, Wellington, u. 0. E. SUTLIFF, -f DEAZ.ER IXT COAL Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg. Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on Wesl Liberty 8t., Telephone 48 IN POST, o. lit, O.A.H. WailNGTON, OHro, Meets on the Sd and 4th W.xlrten dav eveniiigaof es'Vi montb. Post ftoem in Sheldoa'sBlock. M. W. Lang, Commander. r. Haskell, Adjutant TRAVELERS' rlEGlSTER. Ill Ml I U 1. II, from sndafter May lS,tralnawlUpassWlUngton ss follow. : OOINO WEST. Stsndsrd Tim .... l:4is. m. 8:ina.m. l:Ni,n, ., l:04p.m. .u VI St.L.fsstllne.. No. m-Iud.snd WbwtiDg Ex No. t Cia.ACoi'sKi, No. S HpecialN.T. A tin. No. 7-N. T andMt. L. El No.S7-Col's A Wheeling Accom.. No. Night It a , No.il -Local Freight OOtHO BAST. No. 8 Bt.L. K.I RtprM k:h p.m. liUp.i, 90p. m. CIS a.m. tl:lts.m. No. 8-Nltht as No.f.llonCleved Ac.......... No. It-p:lal St. LouU N,T, Kl. No. 4 Wheeling. Ind. and Cleve. Ex No. S-ClncloD.tl AClevs'd Kl No.SS Local freight No I, B. S, S, t and II run dally. Trains stop oa.lgn.l. 6:07. m. g:l a.m. 1:46 p.m. S:H0 p.m. S'.SSp.m. 1:40 p.m. WSEELIKS i lill till UMLl ' Cleveland b Marietta R. B. From and after Junes, 1MH. trl.wlllpss W.IT lugion a follow ; OOINO SAIT. , BUnd.rd TUn. No. I.....' ..". no.5.:::...: No. T 4.t.s. No S ltpm. No.ll Local S.aoa.m. ooma west. No. 4 ,...tO.SS.. No. .. l.onp.sa. vi ! ..... T.4Sp.m. No.ULocal J.Wp.m. No, l.l.ndtdallyi ather dny . Sanday. forth. rlnfoxn.Uo. Inragardlo this Ha will b.fo.adoa par.S. TT1T333. OBgBLIN. airlTdllr, 0Oa.s. Depsrt,t :p. V " BUNTI50T0N. ICLLIVA1I sad POLK. trrlv dally, II ss Dapart, 1 - ' PK5FIKLD. :1T daily, 9 m. Depart 19am rlllllL . , . 1880. Issued on all European countries, R. A. HQRR, Cashier, Jr., Ass't Cashier. . R.A.HORR. EDWARD WEST. The trade is gradually seekling D. WEST'S location on I, where Fresh Groceries can be found Fie Dairy Bitter constantly on hand. Come and be convinced that good GROCERIES lP PROTISIONS Can be purchased at ex tremelylow prices and delivered free oi charge within the corporation limits. To The Citizen of Wellington. Fred D. Fell, the druggist, oi Welling ton, will keep lor sale the celebrated Indian Pill, manufactured by Ibe eminent Dr, K. MacFarland ol Genoa, O. This Is the pill that cures headache, sick or ner vous, also constipation, and for one failure we offer $100 if directions are carried out We can tell you more, tbejr cure rheuma tism, sciatic, or chronic, Inflammatory, All stomach diseases yield every time to this great discovery. They will positively cure all diseases ot the urinary organs li curable from any medicine. The secret Is they cure the liver and will not fail. Do not tall to try this medicine; $1 a box, 50 pills in each box. Cal I at Felt's drug store far them. Felt only keeps them, Well. Ingtnn. Ask for the little book giving symptoms. This is the great blood search er of the world. N. B. Felt's only. Remember Dr. R MacFarlnnd'splll Is the only genuine MacFarland pill on earth. What B. R. Cooper, says. J. E. Jackson Dear sir : "I had Brlght's aiseasa in uie worst form. 1 used two bottles of )our medicine, Burdlck's Kid ney Cure, and It bss done wonders for me. The swelling has lea my body and limbs ana i am so wen i can want out agais. This is the only remedy that wauld reach my case. Price 75 cents. ' What John L Hades, of Woodbury, N. aVsayst J. E. Jackson, Dear Sits "I bad kidney trouble for years very bad my pains at times were to great I would roll the floor. I thought my case help leas one. ' I nsed two bottles oi your med fclne, (Burdlck's Kidney Cure) and now I can do any kind of work. I recommend this to all sufferers. Price 75 cents and tl .35. For sale by Fred D. Felt. CONSUMPTION bCBELT CURED. To tbb RorrOB-Pleasa Inform four sjssA ars that I hart a positive remedy for the above tamed disease, by Its timely us thousand of hopeless eases have toea permanently eurad. I shall be glad to send twe bottles of my reme dy raaa to any of your readers who have eon sumption II Miry will tend me their express and poet offle addreas. Reapectfully, X.AUV.'l'M.M.ClSW JI .-tuKwlvTV North tree TT1 : " : . At jaM tj Oar Special CormsDandenis. All A,bout the Huppenings and Special 1 Events in their Immediate Vicinity. f i BRIGHTON. ' 1'- March 11, '89. ' Mr Oliver Clark, oi Lucas county, spent twe or three days with his brother. , ' Ml4 Anna Glloon, or Wellington, spent a day br two in town, WmPalleybts moved to Wellington. M Burton has moved onto the (arm ol D L Wadsworth. i Prof Reno was billed for our town ball for Friday evening. An audience of about twenty greeted him i he repeated his per form n tee on Saturday eve. A few of our farmers have opened their Sugar bushes. Schools in districts 1, 2, 8 and 6 closed last week. Thursday evening, tbe 14th, a school ex hibition will be given at the school bouse In district No. 6. The Jadles of tbe Congregational church will give a sugar party at the residence of Mr B H Herbert on Friday evening, ICth. Mrti Andrus, Mrs C P Ronk, Mrs 8 Bell, Bert Backus and Thomas Pronser are on lie sick list. . Lion. ! i March U. m Mr Albert Squires, who has been visit ing friends In Michigan, returned last week. ,', Mr Albert Johnson and wife spent Sun dsy In Noiwalk with his brother Frank Johnson. Mrs J Bell is on the sick list; also Mrs FWAndrus. Dance at Emery Uillett'i lust Thursday night; also one at town hall lust Tuesday evening; big time at both. Show at town hall last Filday and Sat urday nighn was very good although not very well attended. R 8 Ladow was at North Eaton. O., last week looking op be cheese business; he says the prospects are very good for this sea. . ,.. Mi Andrew Kline moved to Oak Ha bor, O., last week ; also Cuts Henderlicb, who has been in the employ of tbe W & L E for the Issi four years, left- for Oak D arbor last week. - B J Backus, who has been on the sick list, is now able to be around sgaln. Mrs Chas Emmons was visiting her parents at Wellington a couple of dnys last week; also Mr Cbas Peat and wife were visiting friends there over Sunday. Mr Homer Vincent will give an rxhlbi lion at bis school house next Thursday evening. Mr John Bennett and wife are reported being sick this morning. Nomork. ' LITCIiFIKLD. March 11,'8. F S Turner, of North Baltimore, sjicnt a few days in town last week. Alexander Bmoker and wife visited relatives here last week. MrB recently returned from California, where be has been working at bis trade the past two years. He says ' there are more people there now than work. Ed Murcy and family will move to Michigan Ibis spring. A TStranahan's latest "tnmoul" 1st three-wheoled vehicle In which he drives a large Newfoundland dog. The Litchfield Literary Association will bold an open meeting at the town ball on Tbnrsduy evening, March 21. All are cordiully Invited to attend. Mr McConnt'll has heard nothing of his horse which whs stolen a short time since. A bran new baby boy at Wm Brodl's. Mrs. Wm.Dawiey.whobas been quite sick, Is about well again. Mrs AD Hall was under the doctor's care last week ; is better now. Mrs Val Shank went ta Cleveland to consult Dr. Jones about her health. There will be a box social at the town bull on Tuesday evening tor tbe benefit of tha youtg people's prayer circle. . Mrs Johnson Intends to spend the com ing year in the West. Miss Int Simmons will close a success ful term of school in the district north of the burg on rbtirsdaV. Last Saturday 0 W Turner suffered the loss of a valuable two-year old steer. C 8 Simmons, who moved to Cleveland a short time since, has secured a lucrative situation as city collector for the C C 0 4 IRRCo. Last Saturday night Mr Fred Oott, of La Grange, and Miss Ulna Scpville, of Litchfield, were united in marriage, The ceremony was performed by Rev Baird. of York, at tha residence of tha bride's lather, Mr Ed Bovtlle. Wa extend to the newly married couple our best withes for happiness and sure In Ills. . Married, at the residence of the bride's father, Dr J II Carpenter, on March 5, 1889, by Rev. Baird, of York, Mr Chat Canflold and Miss Josephine Carpenter. Tha newly married couple will take up their abode in Mr Canfleld's residence on West street We wish them much Joy and happiness. Carp. b cnti ngton. March 11. m The people at tho churches Sunday morning were like the pleissnt days we have bad Ibis winter, few and far between, on account ?f the terrible rough roads. There is a great deal oi sickness here now, mostly lung trouble. MrsLucinda North Is very sick with lung trouble; also Mrs Artemus North, though she is swine better. They employ Dr Richards, of Troy. Mra Meacbum has a very hard cold on her lungs, so she is not able to sit up. Milton Haulk's baby bad a severe at tack ol'cioup Saturday night. Mrs Elwnod and Dr Thomas' baby are both much tatter. Frank Allen has malarial fever. Mr L E Walker, who has been so stiff with rheumatism all winter that be could hardly walk and !ound It very hard to get up or sit down In a chair, last Tuesday moraiog found that he could use his limbs, walk as well as ever, the stillness seemed all gone, but he had a good deal ol pain in bis sumach all the time; now he Is re lieved ol this tronlile. but bis feet are not so limber as they were, though I think the trouble is all below the knee. Mr Earm-st Dirlsm and his wile have moved to Lodl ; he Is In tbe employ of the onion company. Mr Lewis Laborie and his wife have returned from Michigan. Mra Benjamin Pratt attended the golden wedding of her brother, E W Houghton, on tbe 5th. When she came home her sister, Mrs W W Ross, of Fremont, came with her; she went from hereto visits sister In Pen Held, Mrs El wood Russell and Nettie spent a few days last week In Creston. Flecner Ward gave a abort call at Mr. Walker's on Sat ui day. Dr Thomas moves into his new house this week. Invitations are out for a wedding In town Thursday evening. The literary society of the south school f meets for the last time this winter on next Saturday evening. Mrs Will Smith is spending a few days in Spencer. Elmer Richmond is at home. Captola Wynunt Is at home. - LA ORANOK. March 11. W. CDrs Cobb and Goldsmith have been spending several days in town. Another daughter at Frank Barnum's, March Oth. Arthur Jackson and family have moved to Penneld. Ed Sylsby took'a trip to Norwalk last week on business. Captain Greene bus sold his place In town to 0 Dale; consideration $1209. Tbe Dale auction sale last Thursday netted about $2000. Wm Dixon witaes to tell his place for cash down. For further particulars in quire of James Bradley, East Main street. Amos E Lawrence returned from his Kentucky trip font week! He reports s thoroughly enjoyable time and business good. Tbe Kentucky Democrats seem to think thut Harrison will make them a good President Geo Chamberlain, Esq., formerly of La Grange, lately of Elyria.Ualmut tochaoge his location to Milwaukee, Wis. MisH Florence Oliitls, ot Elyria, spent Saturday and Sunday In town. She came to attend tbe school rhetoricals aad to sing two songs lor us. She thoroughly charmed the large audience. Meetings have closed at tha Methodist church, Dr Painter being in no physical corditloD lo continue them longer. What is the trouble ? No ladles except the organist Miss Bntler, in the M E choir Sunday. Wonders wil never cease. Il Is a sol emucholy fact Chariot Shepherd has gone the way of the wrld.that is to say has chosen a partner lor life. The happy bride Is from near Cleveland. Congratu lation and wishes for future happiness. Probably our people Dcverrunre thor oughly enjoyed any school rhetoricals than they enjoyed the iheioriral at tiietown hall Friiluy ami Sa'ur.liiy evenings. The exercise opened Friday evening tt 8 o'clock and cloeed at 10. Saturday even ing there were nearly twice a many in attendance as the previous evening; exer cises begau ' at 7 M and cl. wed at 10:05. During botli(ei inn.'J we can say perfect order and uttention. The only serious fault we have heard U that the admission tsewaatoo low. Those who wished to enjoy a hearty good laugh until their sides ached Lad the opportunity. Those who wished to listen to good compositions and to hear the choicest selection of prose and poetry rendered in highly acceptable manners enjoyed themselves. Those who wished to be charmed with the sweetest music, both vocal and Instrumental, from our boys and girl ere fully satisfied; net recejpts $14.78. Gaud naturedly I an ' Yotaa Drtit, SPKNCEB ,' The backbone f winter fa bmk. A now Is tbe time to clear away the rubbisk. aad fig things In general. nlte a number have oiwnoH bushes and the flow of sap I, qalte good, .Frank Stedman, of Lerain, cailedogl relatives and neighbors tha fore part of the week. " Alonzo Kiirburn and wife i,.j.a funeral of an old frhnri ,nj pHnielWl!liams,lnWelllngtonl8tThur2 d8r- -,; f .. . r Mr Mlche! Daneherty and daughter, of Michlgaa. are visiting here and m Wet lington. He reports all well and an un usually mild winter. i Mrs Mary Colpetzor has 'purchased tha farm owned by Rey N J Close and her torn Charles Brown will take possession April L' Mr Close and wife will goto New London. Mr Henry Andrews and Miss Kittle Kuppwere Joined In marriage Sundar. Feb'y24. We wish you success, i Harris Foster having traded a part of his farm for land In West Virginia has disposed of chattel property by auction aod gone to take possession of his claim.'' His wile and son will follow in a few weeks. The Daugherty families and Richard Hendoe attended the golden wedding of Edwin Houghton and wife In Wellington on last Tuesday. Amateur. penfikld. : r March 11, W. Mr James Denham. of Kansas City, Mo ' who bought the Robert Denham farm lew months ago has arrived In town and' will take possession of his farm as soon at his family arrives; they sre st present vis iting relatives in Cleveland. Mr and Mrs Orlando Hunneywell have) moved into Mr Robert Low's house, , Rev N J Close has sold his pleasant lit- ' tie farm and home to Mrs Msry Colpetzer, . or Spencer; consideration $3,000. ; Mr J Baxter, who was detained several ' weeks In town on account of sickness, re turned a few days ago to his home la Oberlln. . Mlas Lora Andrews concludedEicr school on Saturday of last weeli.- : V 1 MrBuel Penfleld.of New York 'City, has recently been visiting bis sister, Mitt ; Manerva Penfleld, and others relatives la town. Mr Albert Pelrce, of Wellington, was ra, town Sunday. ' Mrs Robert Denham Is having a severe . run ot typhoid lever. MrWB Andrews and daughter May spent a couple of days In Oberl in recently. ' Owing to our having spent all of last week in Clevelund we are unable to re port mneh newa of Interest" Quite a number in town have com menced sugaring, but the cold Marck weather of the past lew days has put a slop to business lor the present. Mr Frank D Steomao, of Lorain, visited Mr and Mrs J fl Gardner and family within the past few days. Miss Lena Plrce closed her school March 1- JiEB. March 11, 1889. Mr Earl Perkins, who has taught lor the last fall and winter In district No. 3, closed the winter term lust Saturday even ing with an "old time" exhibition. The little school house was crowded and the decorations and even the curtains were quite a success. There was music, and tbe twenty declamations, recitations, dia logues, and o.ie reading were a credit to tbe parformers. The exhibition closed with one of Mr Perkins' fine poems, well delivered by himself, (requested by sev eral friends). Through many difficulties, common to country schools, be ha shown good will toward all, ud by bis gentle manly character gained many friends here and their good wLbet will follow him. KOCH ESTER. March 12, im. : Mr Harvey Bimonson intends to move to Clevelund shortly, where we understand he ha an engagement as conduelor on a street car. Mrs Emma Earner after a severe ill-' ness ot several weeks duration, died last S iturday morning. The funeral services were conducted ut her residence by the R 'V Geo Kn ipp. Her reaialns were taken ' to New Yurk Stubs, where they will be In- ' terred- . ' Tne Kih-hestor Dramatic Club produced the piny "Out In the Streets" last Satuf- ' day night st the town hall aod It was wall received by tbe large audience present. The club Is composed entirely of horn.) talent sad made a vory credible showing fornmnteurs. The club plays at Gteen . wleta next and Intends visiting all tho sur- : rounding town'. Several valuable doga belonging to par. ' tie la the village have been poisoned lata- ' . ly by soma person whoso Ideality cannot ... b discovered. The phoning was clearly the work of spite dr malice as the anl- " Inalt poisoned wtrebanules and Inoffea . , s tifStM rr. ,