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.VS;1- . CIEVEiAND 0. 4 ..'''.;'; i. aaaatkkjfcaca UOOD ADVERTISING V MEDIUM. issuid atiar WEDNESDAY. ' MMIIIIMt A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics; Agriculture, Boience, Art, Hoetry, Etc. voL xxiii. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1889. NO. 12. jf 1 THS SNTKRPRISS, " Published every Wednesday, at WELLNGTON, OHIO. Terms of Sunsoriptloiii One Year.... Biz Monthi...... '. three Months.. ;... ........ .1150 ,. 78 ,. 40 ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW. J.T.HASKELL, illOMT-AUiW ml I0TABI PULBIC. Lottos and Collection mndo a specialty Office In bank building. J. H. DICKSON, ATTORN E Y-AT-L AW, and solicitor of American and Foreign . E ATE2STTS WEST SIDE P0BLIO 8QUABE, WELLINGTON, OHIO. NOTAKY PUBLIC. RH. CHIODWIM, iDturane Agent and . Notary Publlo. Inuuranoe, eW'.e, mort- met, will, leases, oontraow. etc.. written in a Dent Mild H.vai mannur. uuiw w boot nri ahnr store. TONSOKl Al... e: r.HJENK ltOBISi1. tb Barber, keep. I one or til, DMtmt, mom. tonvmunn ur r Shop, In town. Only flrel-olaae workuma - employed. A full aanoriinunt or nair one, po- anw ami nair reaioruuvo.. mi. tiuonmictlonannfunituheiialall hour, with ol and cold water and all neenMHry oonvaol- Knotn. iwmn ewe i.n-njr -,r.-. DKNTIHIH. Hi. IIOI.HICiMtK, Dentine Olllo, over Husicd's tore. In Hank Building, Wellington. Ohio. Nltmu, oxil U admin Stored tor lb Mtmctlni of IrMh StwtaUa'i Art QaUwr.-Pleture, Inev. fry style and riiclit up with the time,. 8peolal attnntlin p,id toenlrlnl InCray.in Inn, or Watnr Color, and copying (rum old cloture,. Old nun tlre all prewryed and ou plicate, can be hai' at auy time. Gallery over liowlby A Hall', grocery. i 1'lomroi ol all kind,. Vinort vork ana latct t;ina. CoDvinit and nutriilm' In Crayon rk and Pastel. Special attention to the bablea. Croalor's Block, Wollingrton, O. PHYSICIANS. E. HATHAWAY M. D. aPKVIALTIKKl Recta) dlieaac and dlaeaK, of the bladdorand kldn.ya. Pllea.nlceration of the rectum, flatul, l...n flMntMa anrl .11 nn,v.llin. dlMjaaM 01 th. rectum treated by an Improved (atom, without pain or detention trora bullae.,. Ulaoau, of the bladder and kidney, treated only after a careful ana proper anaiyiia 01 u arms. Officio Carpenter Block - Wellington, O VETERINARY 8UBGEON. B. G. HOLLAND, Orders received at Telephone Exchange : and at F. D. Felt's drug store. graduate Toronto Veterinary College, clam '87, : LB. PRATT, Mum Surgeon ::i leiitist. J Over twenty five year, of .practice. Order, received at AdamV and Ilonxliton aniK . dure,, Ilimea atlll taken (or treatment at my I (table on Qourtlaud Avenue. t-xi JEWELERS. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, ",.! In rioclts. Watches. Jeweliy. Sil verware. Gold Pms, etc. No. 6, Public Square, Wellington, Ohio. 33axrtt, 1 Livery and 'Feed Stable. oath Side Meohanio Street, first door east of American House. NOTICE. : iiihs' ini Transfer lino. Jonvcyi Pasaenfreti and Baggagt to 1 from trains or residence. ' Also col , and distribute KWHiiM.doIng ral expressing and packaga buslnees; i orders or telephone American 1, 37 Ij H. S. Smith, Prop. 1864. 1889. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, WEtlillTOToiT, OHIO, CAPITAL $100,000.00, SUBPLUS 96,600.00. Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts Issue on all European countries. eorricEES.so S. S. WABNEB, President. B. A. HOBB, Cashier. WM. CUSHION, Jr., Ass't Cashier. , GDIRECTORS.'SO S.S.WARNER. C.W.HORR. S.K.LAUNDON PLANING MILL. D. L. WADSWORTH A CO., Manufacturer, of and dealer In Doors, Sash, avn.S. Blind." Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol Lumber, Lath, Sb'.neW Battens, Mould. Inics and Flooring. Siding made and Sur lace Planing done to order on abort no. tice WELLINGTON, O. -'V HOYT & BENSCH0TEN, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCIIE8. A Full Line of Good, Alway, In Stock. Arterial Emlmlmlng a Specialty. Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari ety of Mouldings to select from. N. E. Corner of Square. Weillnulon.U S. F. BLACK, Contractor and Builder. Plana and estimates made. Job work of all kinds. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 46-ly CHRISTIE & BENNETT MaJtUfaCTUKKR OF CARRIAGES, WAGONS AMD SLKIGHS Or EVERY DkSCRIFTIOH. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Pratt k Herrick, .., mm feed m nm mi, Free di-livery to any part ol the corpor atlon. Uallroad street, Wellington, u. 0. E. SUTLIFF, DEAIiEU 1XT COAL Anthracite, Massillon, , Jackson and Blossburg Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Lll-erty St., Telephone 48 AM LIN POST, 0.IIS, G.A.R. WEUINQTON, OHIO, Meet, on the Id and 4th Wflne 4a evonlnrof -, month. Post room In Rheldon'tBIock. M . W. Lanr. Commander- j. T. Haakell, Adjutant TRAVELERS' riEGISTER. from and after May lS,tnUnilllpuiWelllnrwn aatoiiowa; OOlNd WEST. HUadard Time No.l-N.T 4 8t.L.fatllne.. .... l:4Aa.m No. n Ino. ana wneeiini ,i No. S-Cln. Col'i Ei No. tHpeclalN.Y. A Clo. Bl.., No. T-N. T andHt. L. El ........ No.tf Col'a Wheelluf Accom.. No. Night Kx No.81-LocalFrr.gbt (HUNO EAST. No. e-Ht. L.N,I Ixpraaa No. 8-Nlybi Ex.......... Kn MA.Vlnn A Cleve'd Ac 8:Ua.m. t:Ma.m. ln.04p.m 11 m p.m. S:B0p. m. :0Up. m. 1:11.11. tl9:1Sa.m , S:07e. m 8:11,. m. No.l-(tplal 81. Loula A N. Y. Ex. 1: p. m. No.S4 Wbeellnr. ind. and Clev,. Ex $:W p. m. No. t-Clnclnnatl Cler.'d Ex :SSp.m. No e-Local frtlcht l:p.m, Nn, 1, B, S, I, t and It ran dally. Train, atop o, .litnal. wB.Eiins . mi m mmi - AMD Cleveland & Marietta B. B. From and after i on, , 1(W. train, wll 1 p,. Well ington a, follow, I ooiira EAST Standard Time. t.Mta.m. ll.ona.m. ..4 SJp m. ...I.Upm. . ,. I.SAa.m. Ho. I No.l ., Ho. 1 1 No.l Ho. IT Local . 001E8 WEST. Ho.' lOSSa.m. , w. ( T.eep.aa- Ilo.U local... J.Wp.m. Ho.. Mandtdalty t othwr, dally m. rartberlnformatloalaragardto tale Ha, will befoandea pare. ' ' . ODIRUN. Afrlnay,:a.a., . Depart, t; p. nv BOHTIHOTOH, irjlUVAH aa POLE. Arrive dally, 11 M a. m. ' Depart. I '" FEKFIELD. rrivstfa lly.ya.m. Depart 19a.ro R. A. HOUR. . EDWARD WEST. The trade is gradually seekling D. "WEST'S location on t, where Fresh Groceries can be found r constantly on hand. Conic and be convinced that good GROCERIES PROTISIONS Can be purchased at ex tremely low prices and delivered free of charge within the corporation limits. To The Citixons of Wellington. Fred D. Felt, the drugKUl. ol Welling ton. will ke-D lor sale tlie celebrated Indian Pill, mnnulnclured by the eminent Dr.R. MacFarlnnd ol Genoa, O. This Is the pill that cure headache, alck or ner vous, also cnnntlpatlnn, and (or one failure we offer $100 If directions are carried out We can V II vou more, thev cure rlieiim, tism. sciatic, or cbniniclnflitmraolory. All stomach disuast'S yield every time to this great atacovery. ruey wui posmveiv cure all diseases ol the urinary oreans li curable from anv metllclne. The secret I they enre the liver and will not fail. Do not tall to try this medicine : fl a boi, 50 pill, in each box. Call at Felt'adrugstnre for them, f ell only keeps tnem. welt Intttnn. Aak for the little book giving symptoms. This Is the great blood search er oi tne woria. N. B. Felt's only. Remember Dr. MacFarl&nd's pill Is the only genuine Mac ariaaa pin on eartn. What B. B. Cooper, says. J. E. Jackson Dear sir: "I had Bright' disease In the worst form. I need two bottles of lour medicine. Burdick's Kid ney Cure, and It has done woadert for me. The swelling has left my body and limbs and I am so well l can walk out again This Is the only remedy that wauld reach myeaae. fTlcavo cents. What John L. Hades,of Woodbury, N 8. says: J. E. Jacksoa. Dear 8li: "I bad kidney trouble for years very bad my pains at times were to great I would roll the floor. I thought my case a help. ieM one. l uaea two ootues oi your med Icine.ttsuraick't Aidney Cure) and now can do any kind of work. I recommend this to all sufferers. Price 75 ceatt and HM. For sale hy Fred D. Felt. . CONSUMPTION 8VBELT CURED. ' To ran tDrroa rteaao Inform year nadV en that I have a poaltlv, rwmody lor th above named dlaeaa. lir it, Umaly dm thouundj ot bopeleM oaae, hara keen permanently eared. I eball be f lad to aend two bottle of my iwim dy raia to any of your reader, who have con sumption If they will send their eipreM and poet offln addreae. RevrMx-tfully, X, A. SLOCUM. At.CWll Vf .,Nwyrk Stree Ml Fib Dairy Bin mm Li Eitli::J Ij Cnr S"ecial Corrssnondents. AH About the, Happenings and Special Events in their Immediate Vicinity. '. ' ' AMHEK8T. '. . March 18,. Dust flying In some places. Farmers gloDing to think of their prl rig's work. , Frank Davie, Cleveland, made a short visit In town recently. Mrs. M." Prter, who hat been living with her daughter in Dover, has returned and is living at T Jones'. Nettle pli. pherd haa gone to Hiram, 0., to pursue a course of study there. Clayton Eoifle, who lor some montbt pant haa brea n the Elyrin, is at home and Id the employ of F J Uarpster. Harry Wellinan has lift tbene parts and gone to Lorain, where he will work at his trade a carpenter. Chaa Swala has purchased a wire fenc ing machine and Is prepared to put up fences at 10c per rod. He is sure to give satisfaction. Mrs S ; Cone has gone to reside with Mrs Walte in Et Main streew Mr Wm Brandt will move his household goods to his home In Pittstleld to-morrow; also T ScbHcht will take powesition of his place the suite day. Mrs J Rockwood and son, who have beej at B, Wright's furanumbct of weeks, have tor tbetr home In Clyde to-morrow Quite a nvmVr ot our people went to North Ambcral last evening to hear the lady evangelist who Is helping Rev Eng. lUh in his meeting,. . All were well paid lor golDg. liy Invitation of Mrs R Collins quite a number f young people gathered at ber home last Friday eyeulng in honor ol her niece, Lelia DeCiinp's sixteenth birthday. Mist Leila wst completely taken by sur prise and at f ryt seemed at quite a loss to knowJwhnrJi(..,yf11it evening Pd very pleasantly, re. excellent supper ueing served and til partaking In various games. A new mill is being erected on Ihe Mo- line quarry and a number of new derricks also- The outlook for this quarry is very good and it looks as though it might be come one of the loading quarries. 0. B BVHTINOTOH. March 18, '89. Mr Denton Bradner and Miss Belle Orlggt were married on Thursday even In g, the 14tb, at the residence of MrChas Griggs, Elder Irwin performing the cere mony. Mr Geo Bradner moves to Wellington snd Mr Denton Bradner moves onto the farm. Mr Albert Lang had another stroke of paralysis on Monday, the 11th. lie li now sick In bed and bat no use whatever of his left side, He it getting nq better; be has a very severe pain in his head most of the time. Mr Walker Is better, to he has walked to the postoffice. Mrs Elwood Is around the house. 31 r Lesb-r Richmond goes to Penfield on Tuesday. We are alt sorry tc have them move out of town. Tbey will be very much missed In tbe church. Mr Ilazeltou, from Brlthton, move onto the Deacon's farm when Mr Richmond leaves. ' Mr E i Hart has moved Into Mrs Asbael Nooney't house. Mrs' Armstrong lost a shswl out of her carriage whl'e riding In Huntington last week.' Anyone finding it will please leave It with A J Burrell at the postoffice. A little paokage containing some fancy knitting was lost last Saturday about dark south and west of tbe center; It It not worth offering a reward for, but If anyone finding It will leave It at Mrs H R Smith 'i they will receive thanks. Dave Hull has moved blsgTistmlll dow la tbe saw mill and tbe mill bovt will grind feed on Mondsyt and Tuesdays. Mrs Elder Wynant leaves thlt week for Urbanna, near the central part of the state to care for her mother who It over DO yeart old. Her husband supplies the Baptist pulpit here till they secure a pat- tor lor auothor year. Jerome Pratt goes to Virginia thlt week be expects to to Into business there. John Lilly, from Elyrla, and Chat, bit ion, who has been In the regular army for five yeart out on the Western frontier, are visiting tt Mr Edgar Nlmock'a, Joe Col gan la 1th them. Albert Nooney Is on the tick list. Tb roads are quite good now. . When Mr Wm V Bailey cam from hit work te dinner on the 15th be was com plctaly surprised to And that his wife and children had Invited relatives aud friends to the number ol 50 to take dinner with them. It being hit 58th birthday. After dinner George Rolce, In behalf of the family and friends, presented Mr Bailey with an easy chair and other things to numerous to mention. Aftor a short vWt and a good time tbey separated, hoping to meet again. The maple sugar Is very nice this year. Last week was good sugar weather. Mist Webster, from Cleveland, came out itti Clllton Chapman when he came home; tbey are enjoying sugar making. John Bartlett and wife spent Sunday at J B Robinson's. March 18, '89. The most pleasant event in town tor tome time occurred ou Thursday evening, March 14, It being the marriage of two of Uuutinglon't must exemplary young peo pie, at tbe home of the bride, Mr and Mrs U B Griggs. The contracting pitrtles, Mist Belle Griggs and d Denton. Bradner, attired In the ntont auumved style, ap peared before a select couipuuy of rela tives anu liicuda while Hev C C Ertin, in few well chosen v. olds, made tbe twain one. lrut,,"All went merry as a marriaiie- belle." When our creator thought not good For man to live alone, Forth from ulsslde he took a bride And nave him for bis own. Neath Eden', bowers olio vilest hue btood our primeval race For a help meet and not help eat As proved to be the caw. A warning take, and for your lake ' Oft couucll with each other. Ask what I, beat, tbeu love', bebest - - 1, yours and not another. i To you domestic happy kin A wlah we all Implore That you a bllealul Ille may win . A ad reach tbe dist ant bore. Where honeymoon, iliatl never cease la radlauceof lovei May joy be yours In perfect peace And paradlao above. A.J. MULLIVAM. March 18, fjO. Tbe delightful weather ot last week put a sudden stop to sugar making. Last Monday a pleasant cuter ie of young people speut a delightful evening at W A Btreat-ir's. Victor Streator left Sullivan Wednesday, tbe Htb, lor Trumbull county, where be expects to remain till September, when he will enter Hiram College. Mr Amos Smith had a sale the 7tu and moves to Savannah to give tbelr daughter the facliites of an academical education. RES March 18, '69. Etta Smith, who bat been very tick with congestion of the lungs, Is now slightly Improved. Dr C Weedmsn Is lending ber, tt hit rather, who Is her physician, bas been sick. A party at Rev Strcator't Monday even ing, the 11th ; a good bye to his son Victor, who baa left for Bruceville, Trumbull co, w here he spent last season. Brother S was called to Orange to lie '.he nuptial knot on Thursday evening, tbe 7th. There was alito a wedding on Close street last Sun d ay, tbe 10th, Mr Wilds and Anna Close being the con trading parties. Tbe larmert have been very busy the past two weekt condoling sweets for fu ture use. They say It bat been an excel lent season so fai tor the business. Martin Smith bad the mi. fortune to loose about 60 pouuds of sugar tbe other night by leaving too much fire. Miss Celia Prltchard and L Campbell, who have been spending some time In the South, will be back this week. Amos Smlib aqd family leave town this spring lor Savannah. We much regret looting so good Citizens. MrStiue Is getting op quite a large class. I am requested to note that Mr Gibson is Improving and that It Is a great com fort to his wife and family to hear that he will soon be able to return home. Duo. BRIGHTON. March 18, 89, T H Clark, of Bedtord, bat returned to Brighton. Mrs Geo Clark It visiting friends la Eaton. Miss Millie Fronch and Miss May TowDsend, ol Wellington, spent the Sub- bath in town. Born, a daughter to T uud F Burton. Died, , on Thursday morning, Aaron Smith, asd 85yeais; fuuerul service on Suaduy, conducted by his puetor, Rev Mr Ulllyard. Deacon Smith Ua been a real. dent of thlt lowuslilp lor luity ye r.t. was an earnest and coualateiit CniiMl.tn, unl verslly respected by all who knew lilm. Lion. trUHCKK March 19, W - Mn W Brlghtwlll bas a slater from West 8alem vUlttng ber for a short time. Mrs Harris Foster and ton Clyde started Monday evening for West Virginia. Mr Foster started Dearly two weekt ago. The best wlnhet of their many friends and neighbor! go with them and all hope tbey mv urosner In their new nome. Mr John Rosa will run the farm of II Fostet the coming year. ' , Mr C J Dauaherty and wlfa Will live with tbelr parents Mr. and Mrs Richard Daugherty. Mrs John PIttenger la Improving la health and Is now able to walk about the house. Mr Liberty Cook diet at the residence of F Gannett on Sunday morning. ain w Urlghtblll, MissBartba Dlmock, Ada Firestone, Ida Sweet, and Effle Auble were received into full membership at ijie M Ecbuich Sunday morning. Frank Grlesslnger bas moved Into his new building and will now carry a full stock ol stoves, hardware and tinware. Our merchants all carry a neat and well ordered stock of goods and all our cnirens should patronize them and give litem their hearty support Frank Meller returned borne from ChU cngo, where he has been working since laat rail, on Thursday. . Missis Millie 15. tz sndLeaia Miller, who are attending school in Delaware, greatly surprised tbelr parents and friends by putting in an appearance on Monday evening. The cause for their return home was the breaking out of scarlet fever in Monette Hall. Amateub. LA OBAHOK. March 19, '89. Schools opened yesterday with a good attendance for vpilng term. Sugar supper for benefit of M E church last Wednesday evening cleared only fl3 Mrs B F Crujin It seriously ill; struko ol paralysis. Mr White, ol Penfield. Las engaged to work for Wm Johnson a year. A good employer and a good employe. After a good run tbe augar making sea son baa come lo a temporary standstill, if nut permanent Mr White and family have moved to the stone quarry, Mr Williams and family will soon follow. Cupt Green will toon move his family Into Mist Brown's house. S G Humphrey bat bought house and lot lately occupied by Mr Inicallt for 90O. Mr Ingnlls wiL .occupy Mrs Sievsiittio't- bouse. . Ed Svcsbv has gone to Akron on bual- nest for Drt Cobb and Goldsmith. U H Robbins and E J Yeaman't have bought tbe Pettit block south of square, $1,700; 10 years. The entertainment given by Sons of Veterans Saturday evening cleared over 130. Corporation is In good shape financially; no indebtedness and clerks report shows a cash balance of nearly $175. YocHS Dryly. News From the t'onnty Seat. Tbe Court of Common Pleas finished its business for tbe term on Monday of last week and adjourned for the time. A good number of cases have gone over to next terra under the general order of court, that not being otherwise disposed of at the close of the term stand continued. The following bas been disposed ol by ac tion ol tbe court since last report M B Cain vt David Torrence et al, money, attachment and equitable roller; heard and submitted to court Joel V Sample 11 vs Ransom E Braman, assignee, to adjust liens; beard and sub milted. Mary E Hull et al vs Geo Boone et al, partition and equitable relief; heaid and submitted. Mlrbacl Wingle vt tbe unknown belrt of Alex Frlobel deceased, to cancel mort gage, default: decree see Journal. David Kenaston vs Andrtw Smith, et al, foreclosure of mortgage ind Injunc tion; injunction allowed. Thomas Jarvit vaMtrgaret A Cun ningham, foreclosure of mechanics lien and equitable relief ; settled. Edwin B Bement vt Hiram N Dement et al, partition; partition ordered. Kate Stouder vs John 8touder et al, foreclosure of mortgage and equitable re lief; ordor ol sale made. Tbe criminal docket was disposed of tt follows In addition to I sat report: Ohio vs Guslar Haupt, selling intoxi cating liquors to minors, and on Sunday; continued. Ohio vs Francet Kucbwritber, unlaw . fully selllug and furnishing Intoxicating liquors to a pel too in the habit of getting intoxicated ; continued at cost Ot defend- ants bond $30. Ohio va 11 M . Norton, forgery; Jury sworu and defendant discharged by dl rectum of court Ohio vs Henry Foreman, selling . and furnishing Inloxlcnting llqunrt to minor) continued on motion and at costs of de fendant; bond $200. . " , ... IN ruOBATB COVUT. J H Leootrd, Republican, and Jonn II Faxon, Democrat, were appointed to In- spect Lorain county tmiury. " ' Last will of Eunice W Marcy admitted to probate. , , ; "... , Edward Berg quail fled at executor of ' tbe 'will and ertate of Jsoob Borgde-' ceased.late of Rusala, widow elected lo Ukc under the will. 1: i I, : i 1 i ) A H ! i ; ii