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TrrfE ENTERPRISE, wiDNESDAYi ! MARCH ' ii 1 is89.
BUSINESS LOCALS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Lent. Bicycles are out fortho spilhg. Heavy wraps were a llilie burdensome Tuesday. The annual repoit of the vlllago clerk will appear next week.- 1 St. Patricks day id the 'murnln" conies o Sunday this year. Farming land Is belngleased from $3 50 to. $3 00 per aero thin spring. . Several wagon loads of veal calves have been br night into town this week. There will be quite a number of busi ness changes to report about April 1st. Th blue bird, crow and robin have re turn' d to enjoy this partof North .America gain. Mrs. S. K. Warner has taken, charge ol Hiss Alma Sprague's school during her Sickness. Four hundred and eighty-five wood chucks were slsiigblered In Wellington townelilp last year. Warren Sampson a lad of ten years will be taken to the Reform Farm this week for Incorrigible conduct. ' We expect to make our annual visit to Spencer, Rochester, LaGrange and Brighton within the nest few weeks. There arc altogether ton many worthless curs around town. Will some one report the rail genuine bene tit to be derived from keeping one. Sealed proposals will be received until March 19 tor carrying the mail from the post-ollice to the W.& L. E. depot. Blank applications can be had by calling 6n Footmaster Bush. , Mr. J. V. Pbelon was thrown from his fcorscTuBsdny afternoon and revived a bad gash cut In bis head. Dr. Hathaway was called and dressed the wound and be was doing finely at last report. For pleasure and healih-seekers Call, foru'a seems to be the point Just now, but for a location to earn our dally bread, no particular point has been selected fur an exodus from bore this spring. In our next Issue will appear a letter from Montana, a'so one from Blanche in Dakota and our special correspondent in Southern California. For interesting letters always consult the columns of the Entertusk. After spending considerable time and money we have been able to get a sub scription libt that our advertisers can now kave the benefit of. If you want to pur chase anything or bave anything to sell, step In and leave your order for us to carry tbo news for yon. The township trustees bave Issued a call tor an election to be beld Monday, April 1st, to elect one trustee, treasurer, Justice of the Peace, assessor and two supervisors. Under the ruling of the courts the present treasurer will bold over nil I September. Pro lllbb speaks a word this week. Pub lic sentiment is being gradually educated op to the point where a majority of the electors In the state will soon talk, act and vote temperance. When this Is accom plished better result may be expected Irom temperance work. A bone belonging to Fred Butllff had been ailing for some days previous to last week and some one mistrusted tbat it was afflicted with the glanders. State Veteri nary Burgeon Yonkerman was sent lor and pronounced it to be true. The horse died and its remains were ordered to be burned up. Sutliff had been working the horse with one that bsd recently been brought from Cleveland but bad been purchased by parties residing in Bellevne and Mr. Yonkerman went there yesterday to look up tbe animal to examine Its condition. Borne months ago the disease prevailed to quit an extent In tbe city but It was sup posed to bave been entirely quarantined. By the annual report of the township clerk it will be seen that tbe total Indebt edness on the town ball is $8,800; (92450 of ibis is due irom tbe village of Welling ton, 'The last bond is due March 1, 1891. There I a surplus of $740 76 In tbe school fond which is to be applied to the erection of school bonse in anb-dlstrict No. 7. For tbe general information of tbe public the trustees should bo permitted to pub lish these reports In order tbat each house bold could have a copy of it. As it now is, a report Is placed in the room where the flection Is held, and not one roan In ton baa so opportunity to see it unlets be acts apart a portion of a day to (to and in' ipect It.and then ,tf do it lotelllgcqtlx at is compelled to borrow his neighbor's step ladder to take along n order to perpse the top, Unci u. It.. Jiangs.; suspended - on ,ti wel-: 1 At 8 ft. i Mrs. Murgaret Custer Calhoun at the Cong'l church Friday evening. The remains of John Solos were brought here from Flint, Mich., Tuesday. Funer al to-day at the residence of his son on Liberty street. Rev. W. C. Dawson of nclstlng. ' " , ; ; . Church Notes and Announcements The Salvation Army sugar party which was to be given Thursday evening has been postponed till Saturday evening. Tbe Benevolent Society will have, a sup. per and entertainment in the parlors of the Cong'l cbnrch, March 20. Proceeds for benefit of the church. Admission 25c. Recitals and Impersonations. At the Congregational church, Fridav eve ning, March 15th, by Mrs. Margaret Custer Calhoun, sister ol tbe late General Caster. This will be the third entertainment In tbe People's Coarse Cor 1889. Mrs. Calhoun comes to na with the highest commendations, and a rich treat Is In store for all who will hear her FBtSS SOTICtS. Mrs. Margaret Custer Calhoun made a great success as an elocutionist Thursday night, at bor debut In Brooklyn, In the Simpson M. E. church. This lady Is a sister ol Oeneral Cus ter and widow ol Lieutenant James Calhoun, heroes in tbe battle ot tbe Little Big Horn. She has much pi tbe dasb. enthusiasm and "elau' ol her distinguished brother. She completely captured her audience and held them la tri umph to tbe close. Mauy ol those who at tended were overheard to say tbat Mrs. Cal houn was the finest elocutionist they bad ever heard, ner selections were new and were splendidly rendered. She has ease, grace, power and magnetism. Brookly, N. . Eagle. Miss Bewle H. B dine, ot Burlington. Vt., had a disease of tbe scalp which rsused her hair to become veiy harsh and dry and to (all o freely she scarcely dared comb It. Ayer's Hair Vigor gave her a healthy scalp, and made (be hair beaut), lully thick and glossy. Marching; Abreatt. Tbe great political purty which has Just assumed tbo reins of government, in ill platforms declares that it haa always marched abreast ot the best and most wholesome phase of publie sentiment and (be thing for temperance men to do is to get Into Its ranks and fight for tbe practi cable and not the Impossible. It Implores tue prohibitionist to travel with it even for ever so short a distance and stop "strewing thorns" in tbe path ef Improve ment and stop arguing tbat tax and restric tion is a recognition of tbe rightful exis tence ot the liquor traffic and tefuslng to "fall in" the obstinate prohibitionist Is denounced as a visionary and hopeless crank. It was thus tbe old abolitionists wore scathed and persecuted but tbey swerved not. To day they are leaders of prohibition. By their firmness and eternal antagonism to compromise they formed a "public sentiment" tbat broke tbe galling chalna of slavery. Tbey not only kept abreast of public sentiment but created It They never slopped throwing their votes, they were not lost to-wlt: For Birney In '44, for VanBuren and Adama in '48, lor Hale and Julian in '52, lor Fremont and Dayton In '58, and Lincoln and Hamlin In '80. Tbey made no mistakes, repadlated tbe Whig Democralio compromises and would accept as a final settlement nothing but "free soil" They waged an "Irrepres sible conflict" They were right on prin ciple and did right lu not supporting either the old Wblgot Democratic parties, tbe former being cowardly and Insincere on the slavery question, and tie latter the open and avowed friend of slavery. The position of the old parties then on the .question ot slavery Is an exact parallel to tbe position of tbe old parties now on tbe whisky question. Republicanism is cow ardly and Insincere in it treatment of it manifesting quasi hostility in localities while Democracy la open, rank and brutal Id support of the traffic and glories in its criminal friend ship. Prohibitionist do right In refusing to entering into political partnership with either. Tbey bave no compromise to make with a (raffle which lor a mlsersble profit administers to the unrelenting sp" petite of men and goes on heaping up tbo gold of the work! dominating tbe platform of political parties, dictating legislation and controlling the decision ol courts. The old abolitionist was a stoic. Tbe prohibitionist Is a Hole, and all great reform are born of stoicism, which is , not swayed by party considera tions In Important duties toward the enro ll on wealth. Born In society it I every man' duty to live for tbe benefit of so ciety, and what so beneficial t society as tbe throttling by-laws ol It worst enemy, the liquor traffic, accorsi d by Its million victim, and yet protected by Jaw under tbe blssphemQUS pretext that to prohibit is Impracticable, But tbe prohibitionist is accused of marching ahead of public san Urnentiand "strewing thorns In the path" ol..thq, kcsJt optkmlst, who is plodding aiong - In the- rear , and trotsstlng against a faster gait and arguing that local Hit government" will put "Old Bacchus in a bole." Douglas contended of "Porp- ular Sovereignty" in tbe territories, but "Ilon'ist Old Abe" fcaiu slavery should be prohibited In tbe territories by the strong arm of the 'government. Dauglas said popular sovereignty would make some of the territories tree states, but Lincoln said they shall all be free. Local option liber ates here and there, towns fmmx ibe whisky truffle, in open saloons, but prohi bition demands "a clean sweep," tbe emancipation ol a state a nation. But it is a mistake to say tbe prohibitionist Is "strewing thorn la the path of local option." Tbe thorns grow there spontan eously among the roses. The prohibition 1st has a lucid comprehension of local option and be is asking for tbe repeal of no ordinances in Wellington, or elsewhere ; hut be is asking for tbe prohibition of the manufacture and importation of liquor so It will not be possible for "guzzlers" to obtain it else where and upon which "local self-government" can put no restraint. The prohibition lose no opportunity to cripple the enemy snd tbeir votes are cast unanimously iu favor of local option in all places where It has been voted upon. Tbat 1b certainly not "strewing thorns In (he path to local option." Governor Forafcer on his way to the In. anguration ol Harrison, while stopping at Pittsbuigh, Is reported as saving that tbe prohibition sentiment is growing In Ohio and If submitted to a vote of tbe people, prohibition would be carried in Ohio. Surely then the prohibitionists are the ones who are "marching abreast ol public Hcutiinehr and the thing for the gover nor's parly lo do at Its coming slate ecu ventlon, w ill be to declare for prohibition, otherwise it will not be "marching abieast of public sentimenti" but lugging super fluous by the way. It wi.l not do for fear of alienating the pure citizens over the Rhine, but it, will point with pride to achievments of the dead past, to so-called roteclion of American industry jobbed and brutalized by the liquor traffic and reiter ate Its Chicago sympathy for well directed effort la behalf of temperance; while the poor old wheezy whipped, moss-covered democracy will crack tbe ancient chestnut of "sumptuary legislation" and view temperance laws not as tn emmntion of society to purity itself, but as an interfer ence) with a blind personal liberty tbat plays at hazard with the destiuies of men. Botb of the old parties profess to be "marching abreast of public sentiment" and both seek supremacy at tbe hands of tbe most iniquitous of all iniquities od earth, the liquor traffic, and neither will make war aguiust It, except here and there on small rural out posts. Pko Hihb. Bad blood causes dyspepsia and dyspep sia reacts by causing Lad blood. So both go on, growing worte, Until the whole system is poisoned. Tbe surest means of relief tor tbe victim is a thorough and persistent course of Ajer's Sartaparllla, PERSONALS. Frank Weldeman was in town one dsy last week. W. F. Sawtelle bss returned from Ta coma, W. T. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harvey arrived home Saturday. Capt. Morrow, ol Cincinnati, wa lo town yesterday. Mrs. W. W. Wells is vising bar daugh ter In Akron, O. Mr. A. II. McCombls 111 with Bright' disease, chills and fever. ' Mrs. W. W. R'ms, of Fremont, returned home Monday afternoon. C. E. Bid well, of Bradford, O., spent a few days tn town this week, Mr. and Mrs. Qoldring, ol Chicago, are spending a few dsy at Mr. Ryder's. County Auditor Ilerrlck, of Elyrls, was making friendly rails In town Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bbubael 8mitb are spend ing the week In Ciena. Huron county, O. Mr. and Mrs. H B. Stoner, of Green wlch, were tbe guests of G. D. Foots Moo day evening. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes, of Fremont, was among U. 8. Smith's transfer passen gears Ifondsy sfternoon. Mrs. M. D. Buell, who ha been visiting here, started Monday' afternooo on he return home to Boston, Mass. . - Btan Wilcox is arranging matters to play the partof landlord at the hotel American after April 1st. . ' Carl C. Daugherty an employe In the Postal Telegraph office at thl place, has now secured a position as manager of tbe company's office at Attica, O. i . Mr. Cbas. Psall, who for a number of months has beeq In charge of tbe Palmer Co: tags during Mr. Palmer's absence, hat accepted a position lit tbe Bee Line offices at Cleveland and leaves for that place this afternoon. Success. Rev. A. W. nayes, of Rochester, N. Y., made a brief visit to bis parents and rela tives In Wellington, between trains, Mon day evening, en route lo Mexico, w here he expects to spend several weeks, in the cities of Guanajuato and Mexico and vi cinities. The editor spent Snnday with frleDds in Columbiaua, O. Tbat part of (be state Is profusely dotted with manufacturing interest. In tbe towns of Alliance, Lee Ionia, Salem and Columbiana, only a distance of 23 miles, large and extensive plants ot all kinds exist. Such interests appear to seek such localities while on the other hand the towns in tbe west and centrsl part of tbe state are compelled to bi g for them and then they do not secure them. Mr. ami Mrs. E. West returned from Washington a few days sgo. They report havinn s splendid time. Tbey spent two days in Washington and the balance of their time In Baltimore, the great oyster mxrket of the country. ThcyvNited one house that employed five hundred men, gaihering, canning and shipping. Five hundred vessels are engaged in transport ing the traffic to foreign markets. The clly contains numerous beautiful buildings, the new post-ofllce and the site upon which it tands costing the round um of two million dollars. Tbo deacon says be went to Washington to save the President sending for him. Pains In 'he back are frequently caused by a sudden wrench Ing of the spine. A few applications if Salvation Oil will give permanent relief. Price tw cnty-five cents. ror sale ty all druggists. Adverting Latter. The following Is a lint ol unclaimed letters re suming la the potpffce t Wellington, Ohio March 11. TO. Mr. L. V. Fowler, Cbaa Leslie. Persons calling for the above please say advertised." Ucu. C'Bi'SH. P. M. J;iy Gould's wnnderlul new yacht will, it is said, be most completely and elegant ly furnished. Among other useful and indispensable things ordered for It was a box of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Mayer'. Frochmation ol ELECTION. Id compliance with the requirements ot the laws ol the State of Ohio, I, E. K. Huated. Mayor ol the village ol Wellington, 0., hereby notify the qualified votfrs olsald municipal corporation, that on Monday, the 1st dayol April, between the hours ol o'clock a. m., and ( o'clock p. m.. at the Town Hall with in said corporation, an election will be held tor tbe purpose ol choosing the following officers tor said corporation, to alt: Three (3) Member ot Council. One O) Cemetery Trustee. Given under my hand and official seal at my office lu said corpora tion, thl fotli day of Jlarrh. last). K. K. HCSTKII. -Mayor. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was sick, we gave her CiMuria. Wbra aha was a Child, alia erled lor CaMoria, Whan aho became Viae, s'-ie ching tn Caatorto, When she had ChlMrrn. she gam them Caiioria. WHAT xs SCROFULA ' It I that Impurity In to Mood, which, a eumuUUnf In the glands of tbe neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on the arms, legs, or feet;, which developes ulcers In tbe eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; whjch I the origin of pimples, can cerous growth, or the mmy other manifests, tions usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Being Uie most ancient, It Is ths xaost general of an diseases or affections, lor very tew persons are entirely tree from It. HtHon CURED By taking Rood' BanaparUla, which, by tbe remarkable cores It has accomplished, oltsa when other medicines have failed, has proven itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for tola disease. Borne of these ores are really wonderful. If yon suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaperlue. " My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof aJoawrtnek from the time ahewuBmontht old till abe became tlx years of age. Lumps formed In key neck, and one of them alter growing to the site of a pigeon's became a running sore for over three years. W gave ber Hood's BanaparUla, when ths lump and all IndloaUons ot scrofula entirely dls appeared, and bow she seems to be a healthy hlM. J.S.CAKLrtsNaurlgM,N.J. ' . B, Be rare to get only Hood's Garsaparllla SaMbyaUdnla. PhrS. rraparadoair by a L BOOD OO, AsoUwoart, Una, Mask IOO Doses One Dollar uoiob. t. itum.NBu:v ana get a Ulgar snd a tfreecb Loading Shot Gun for a nickel. Go to tbe (i. A. R. camp fire and renew your age at least 10 years. Look out for large bills and programs of Damlin Post camp fire. More fun for Jess money can be bad at the G. A. R. camp fire than at any enter tainment ever given in Wellington. T. W. Daugherty, of Spencer, O., says: "I bad two leetb extracted by tbe new J i ' . ... uiscovery, uaoniaiiaigesio witnout any nain, one being a bad root, at Dr. O. K, iiUey's. . 0 A camp fire will be held in tbe onera house at Wellington on Monday evening, Murt'ii 20, oy milium rost. see next week's p()er. Miss Julia Cahlll says. "I had two teeth filled at Dr. C. K. Hisey's dental rooms. Marrh 7, without pain, by tho use ol Odontiiniilgesio, It wouid have been im possible lo have stood the excavating of the cavities. The main attraction of Hamlin Port camp fire, will be given by the famous trio of colonels of Cleveland, Ohio, who made such a decided hit at the recent camp fire in tiyria. uon't mm nearing mom. The peculiar purifier, Hood's Sarsnpar- Illajs having a tremendous rh)c tlila sea son. Nearly everybody takes it Try It pouraelf. FOR PRIVATE 8ALE-75 acres ol good farm land, well lenced and watered. Good Iioiipp. barns and other buildings, first-class orchard, etc Easy terras, Ap ply to G. C. Cliffoid, . miles wi st and 1 mile south of Wellington, or to R. N. Goodwin. Jl-4t Rheumatism can be cured bv Ar-thro- phoula. F D Felt. Look at This. Investment life in-urance is attracting much ntlPBtion at this time. Whv t Ro- cause the Northwestern Mutual Life) has paid the policy holders more than tj per cent compound interest on money iu vest ed with tho company 20 yrsrs ago. For plans and rates see R. N. Goodwin, Agent. Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment bents them all. Sold by druggists. SALESMEN WANTED At once : per manent position tho year round ; good weekly pay guaranteed; no experience needed ; only good character and willing ness to work n-quired ; outfit free j send for terms and commence at once. Wi ite. J. Austin Sitaw & Co., Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. 10-18 If you bave neuralgia, oold. sore throat. etc., use Pnitt'8 Family Liniment. Sold by druggists. C. Wadswortb gets the celebrated Rich mond furnace, Ibe best in the world. This makes six of them put in this winter by W. E. Peirce. Try Pratt's Horse Liniment. Sure cure for all hleoiMics. Sold by druggists. A few more beating stovis very cheap to close out. W. E. Peirce. To Fanners I have on band and for sale 7 tons seeds consisting of Millett, Hungarian, Orchard, Blue GraM, Red Top, Timothy, Clover and Pea Vine. J. TURLEY. Call and see the luster spray dishes; a crate lust in. tv. is. Felice. Park House. The Park House always hi s the clean est and the finest table the market afford. Good feed barn in connection. L. C. Bennett, Prop. Just received, something new In crock- ery. W. ti. Peikck. Oysters, direct Irom Baltimore ui Willakd's. A CARD.Look out for tbe new repair shop across from T Poland's wuvon shop all kinds of furniture lepaired and aiaimd to look as good a new. New work ma'le to order. Siws tiled snd varnishing done Woik done at residences if desired. Or- drra by mail promptly attended to. lilve mi: a rail 11. A. rvNAlT. Pillsbury's IleM Minneapolis Flour, The lxl Flour inade st Wii.lahd's. A beantllnl prize with every package of linking Powder. Cull und nee tlieui at WlIXAHD'S. A complete line of Pickle Good. at Wii.lahd's. Cure your cough or cold with Hill's Peerlets Cough Syrup. No cun-. no pay. F D Felt. Hot Peanuts at Wim.ahd's. Bis; Bargain Store. Great closing out tale prepara tory to removal, fancy goods, dry goods, crockery glassware, tinware, and all goods on our bar- fain counters, to greatly reduce he stock and avoid packing, will be, as one might say, given away. If e rema in in this citu this month only, and now is the time and the Bargain Store is the vlace to (et goods at vrices to make- you hap py ana, Keep us ever in Kina re- memoerance. Jei ine ;uut wunps be wafted by event wind to every household, that ths Greatest bar gains on earth await every man Bargain Utore. Notice. J. M. Crabtree will psy the blgheai market prices lor live and dressed hog veal calyes, dry and green bides snd pelt. MONEY TO LOAN -On long lime at moderate interest on good farm security Enquire olC SsgedtCo. Mr. Lee Moon having purchased the Laundry business ef Wing Sing will coo tinue to serve the public- I am now pre pared to do up collars snd cuff by ie patent process. Prices the same ss iu predecessor. Please favor me with jnu patronage, ft 51 Frank Arnold, Rlacksmithlng. Mr. Frank Araold.fnrmerly ol L0range will occupy permanently, the blacksnilth shop Just south of C. W Horr's residence on South Main street, Wellington, O. Ue makes s specialty of horse shoeing, steel plating, and ol repairing wagons, mowing machines, etc., etc. He II v s Jurt south of the sboD snd will do work lor his regu lar customers any time between 5 a. m. and 9 0. tn. Mr. Arnold has had large experience in shoeing horses as be was a licensed blscksmitn tn uermany ana tnoa horses for some time In the Gernian army. Terms are reasonsble snd satisfaction ' guaranteed. CUT IT In all probability most of our lady readers will have something to do about the spring cleaning of their homer) and to these we give the following pointer,for you are sure to find some Curtains or Drapers, which are so worn as hardly to pay you for the trouble oi cleaning them, or you may be moving into new quarters and want all to look bright and clean and wondering where you had best look lor a good assortment of such goods. Right here we wish to say that this week and the following we shall have our 1 of Lace and Heavy Curtains. We have' always enjoyed an pnviaVilo. rpntit.'itimi nn .ilicue goods and have each season done an increasing business, and for the coming spring wc have laid our plans to double up last seasons trade in thit department having taken twice the space to show tho goods. Purchasing direct from the manufacturers wo know we can and will save for our customers at leaNtone profit, therefore bear in mind thin advertisement for yon may wish to secure some of the following bargains to see is to purchase. cnoiCE OF 1 Putt eras Luce Curtains at 08c. per pair. i " " " 1.19 " 4 - $1.75 8 " " " $2.00 0 " H " $-2..K) 5 14 " " $3.0 " 7 " M $-)00 " One great Bargaiu $1.29 a pair. We have many other patterns and prices but these sre extreme value. Very large assortment of goods by the yard in Mus lins, Lace, Madras, Turcoman, Chenille and Raw Silk. , HEAVY CURTAINS. Turcoman Curtains $2 60 a pair. f " $3.00 - $30 ". 8 Styles Curtains st $3.00 a pair. All Chenille Curtains at $7.50, $9.50. $9 $10, $13. $13 a pair. Particular attention called to our all Chenille at $7.50 and $8.50. Wr bave sold a large quantity of these two curtains already this eesaon. Any orders received for these goods by mall will receive our best attention and any rne ordering $30 worth we will pre pay express charges. 4 and 6 iuuclid Ave. 1 ... i I Cleveland, Ohios OUT ! rati Ann Growl