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' m,m,,.m IIMUI WUIL 1 ' i HI "ill. -J 1 1 1 1 "W "S1.WI 11 1 V 1 1 .P 1 U . "" 1 ' " 1 " THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, MAY U i88l mm 1 , 1 V. 'l i s';l;. THE ENTERPRISE. J.B Smith, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. Interedattbe Pnst-offlce at Wellington as Second Class maner. according to BtatnW. TEEMS. OneTear , Biz Months Vha Mnnthl $i u ,- w . 40 Advertising fiveeonta pet lice, etch insertion daceand Colnmn Rates mass known onappii Won. Pbesident Harrison at Fort Monroe Bandar. attended chares Fourteeh contested election cases lor Beau in the Lower House of Congress next session. Thb street car strikers at 8t Paul, Minn, have been compelled, in order to toe rein stated, to accept of the reduction in wages and renounce the onion. Tun saloons were closed in Cincinnati lurt Sunday. The law and order leagues appear to be determined to rid the city of 1 hmaklni on the JSaDOaui any. me cltiiens of Bandosky and Toledo should take courage and make an effort to clear their cities of such work. Ei-Judgb Burnt has commenced an action against tfie directors of the Bee Line company to enjoin them from consolidat. Ine with the C. & I, St. L. & C, and the I. & Bt L. companies. When the judge was acting as local counsel lor the Bee Line he was considered a ticcr on actions arainst railroads and his long experience t. fliri.Hncr such actions warrants bis judgment to be relied upon. The plaintiff claims that the consolidation would haTe a tendency to reduce the present value of the stock. Thb southern part of the state now con cedes it to be our right to have the next nominee for Governor. Speaker Lampson, ol Ashtabula county, is pressing his claim pretty hard, also a number of others re aidini in Trumbull, Lake, Summit and Geauga counties are feeling their way as to their probable chances, ill 01 uie gentlemen who have been mentioned are abundantly quaiinea to nu " posiuuu, but before any one is served we desire to k thn honor tendered to lion, wm McKinley, of Stark. Mr. McKlnley is stapsman of the highest grade in Amer- 1CSU puilUW "u wi are sure to win. TBxnew century under the present form of Eovernment has now began. In looking back over one hundred years and taking into consideration bow antagonistic- the monarchal forms of government were towards a republic for many yes- after we gained our independence, it is wonderful to think of how we were even permitted to exist and retain so mnch ter-, ritory with only three and a half millions ol people to guard It; but as President Arthur said: "Men may die but the fabrics of our free institutions remain unshaken War has disturbed our quietness in a gen eralwsyive times viz: The revolution In 76; in '98 Tripoli, Morocco and Algiers exacted tribute from all nations wno navi sated the Mediterranean sea. Others sub. mitted but we declined and a man-of-war was sent to the port anddemunded a free ticket, which was gladly granted and that ended the trouble. Third, the war wit- England in 1812. Fourth, the trouble with Mexico in 1846 and the rebellion ol aside from the Black Ilawk war with the Indians and various other troubles we have had with a number of tribes in domestic way. The steamboat, appliance of electrlcltv. the telegraph, the telephone, the phonograph, the connection with the -lit ud new world bv cable ocean and ocean, lake and gulf hare been connected with the iron rail. The orlcinal ideas of allot these wonderful Inventions, appli ances and discoveries were, we are proud to say, brought about by residents ol the United States. It would now seem that about all of the discoveries, inventions, etc- bad been made that were necessary, nroTidin? the urODer appliances is made of U-tsa, to answer all practical pur peses for the coming century, but noons can even predict lor a moment what new ideas will be developed within the next half century. Our countiy has been about one-fourth of it developed. In the begin. sing we threw open the doors and Invited all to come. The invitation still stands, with a few restrictions, and we observe that a very small per cent have any desire to return, but they do have a desire to re main with os and become naturalized eiti gens of this great republic. ' MonU-a Letter Kt. I. Whits BuU'htb ErBmoe, May 1, '(!. Kdltor Kmarsits: Tour kind request I shall now attempt to comply with as fully as lies within my powertotoso. Now as regards this wild, uncivilised, waste, termed Montana, very few Eastern people get a fair and just idea. That it is neither so wild nor uncivilized as is generally supposed I shall attempt to show. ' It Is the most general and at the aims time the most Justifiable complaint of til Western people that their country is tea much neglected by those living la the East The Western man feels him sell tt be an important lector & the history and development of this vast and mighty em pire, the West lie is conscious of his power and Importance in the reclaiming and Civilizing ol this vast wilderness, and when he "goes East' and finds his social Importance underestimated or, perhapB, altogether overlooked, what wonder if he thinks himself and his country slighted. He is led to exclaim, ' I will return to my far Western home where I am honored .1 and respected." ' Most all Eastern people come to M.on. tana with preconceived ideas of "W, extern life," and Judging from their msners one would infer that this country baa been grossly misrepresented, lie Pilgrim," as all young men just, arriving from the East are termed, spms to have an Idea that Montana is Coll of bold, bad men who will rob, lnsultfend otherwise misuse him uoleBS he is armed, and he generally comes ss he says) prepared for th?m. Let us see how he is prepared. In his vest pocket perhaps he carries a little penny popgun 2&callbre revolver or as some lew more heavily armed, carry one of a S3 ca). make. This is their weapon, both offen sive and defensive. They think to delend themselves against cowboys snd other bad men and also to kill deer, elk, bears and mountain Hons with these toys. Now let it suffice to say that with these insignifi cant firearms S9 weapons are as useless as catapult. As I once heard an old miner inform a "pilgrim" whe was somewiat vain in the display of a 22 caL Colt's re volver : "If you should ever shoot me with that popgun and I find It out you win lose it." But what kind does one need to bring, you may askf I answer, none. Persons are not much respected outnere who carry firearms snd they soon learn to throw them away and take to western ideas and customs. The days or the cow boy and other bad men are gone by, and lynch law does not prevail any more here than in the most thickly settled communi ties of the East. The country is fairly well settled and all the choice land that is optn to settlement has been occupied for several years. Str.l there is lots or coun try that will make good larms by improv ing and irrigating It. But the breeding ot cattle, sheep and horses are the leading sgricultural industries, and experience has taught that Montana is peculiarly adapted to Btock raising. The snow tall tt gener ally light and the wind blows that which falls on the hills down into the hollows so that sheep, horses and cattle generally find enough to eat all through the winter. We generally get some Intensely cold weather in January, but it rarely lasts more than a week at a time. I bare never known the thermometer tgo below 87, although trustworthy accounts go to show that at some places it gets as much as 60 below. The chances of temperature are sudden, for I have seen the thermometer fall fifty degrees in as many minutes. ' Mining is the leading business of Mon tana and immense sums are realized trom mines. Gold and silver, lead and copper are the principle products ol the mine! snd the amount taken out every year is increasing. Statistics show that the pro duction of the Territory amounted to 40,. 000.006 in 1888. 60 rich are the mines that the ore from some has been sent to Swansea, Wales, to be smelted. This ore wss sent through by express all the way and then the profits were immense. But the large reduction works at Butte City and Anaconda and the gigantic smelters at Helena and Great Falls that are now In the course of construction will lessen the cost of . reducing ores so materially that many mines that have been abandoned by reason of the cost of treating their ores will hereafter yield abundantly. .T. M. Loose. Red Clover Co. : Ihavebeea uine your Extract Red Clover for about three months among m nstlents. whose maladies called for it. can report only one case ol cancer. lie reports or an alternatives mat ne ever nsed. vonr Extract Red Clover stands at the head of the list I have one more etneerous subject using It, and one ol Bcrofonlous Ontbalmv. fcacn nave not nsed it Ions enouirh to reDort UDon. Flense snip me two aozen Domes oi T f ... your Fluid Extract Red Clover. ours, etc., i-T iemoreux. The only big show to be this year is John Robinson's 10 big shows combined and the date will be at Wellington, Tues day, May 21. It will not come a day sooner or later, it never divides but always exhibits Jot the same in small villages as in small towns; it never deceives by false misrepresentation or exagerated bills, but will exhibit everything pictured and de scribed. It Is the biggest show on earth and has more acts, actors, features and novelties than any 10 shows on earth; monster R R trains with 4 big engines to transport it. 60 cages and dens, its 31 sun bright chariots, Its 380 horses, its 100 ponies and 480 people. The parade is solid miles of glittering gold and emeral and cost 300,000. It takes place each day at 10 a.m. There is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put to. gsther, and until the hut few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great manv years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constant falling U cure with local treatment, pronouncea n incureaoie, Science has proven catarrh to be const! tutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney ft Co, Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitution core on the market It Is taken Internally in owes from 1U arops to a teaspooniui It acts directly upon the blood and mucus lurlsre of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it talis cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address. V J Cheney Co., Toledo, tsTSold by Druggists, 75c . , A Fortune May be made by hard work, but neither can be made or enjoyed without health. Loose's Extract of Red Clover Blossoms stimulste the liver, purifies the blond, and is the best remedy for any disease arising from impure blood, tor ssie by ail drug. fists... flm,(. , ; .. ' . Wiwulufcton' tetter; 5 ' " l?r4ioaittegnlai Correspondent.. . ' t ? "Washingtoh, Msy 10, 1880. T'e President has made a number of Important appointments this week-' The most Important being that 'Of Public Printer, which went to ex-Congressman F W Palmer. : Mr Palmer's fitness for the position is conceded by all who know bim. He is a practical printer and was born in Indiana, but after learning his trade he removed to New York, when he edited and published the Jamestown Journal, be sides serving for two years as a member of the State Assembly. In 1858 he went to Dubuque, la., to assume editorial charge of the Times. Two years later be wss elected Btate printer, which. office he held for eight years. During this time he bought the DesMolnes State Register, now owned by First Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Clarkson. He was a member of the House of Representatives during the forty- first and ferty-second Congress, i, When his second Congressional term expired he retired snd purchased an interest .in the Chicago Inter-Ocean, then a new paper, and became associated with Mr E W Hal ford, now the President's private secre. tary, in the editorial management of that paper. President Hayes appointed him postmaster at Chicago and hlscomtnisslon was renewed by President Arthur. , Since retiring trom the Chicago postofficeMr Palmer has been engaged In editorial work on the Herald of that city. This ap pointment honors the newspaper f ratei nlty as well as the four States Indiana, New York, Iowa, and Illinois in which Mr Palmer has lived at different times. Mr Palmer was not an applicant for this or any other position and was much sur prised when the President requested him to come to Washington. He will take charge of the government printing office at once and reorganize it from cellar to roof. It will not be done too soon eithei. The next most impoitant of the appoint ments made were the two civil service commissloners-cxOovernor UughTbomp son, ol South Carolina (democrat), and Mr Theodore Roosevlt, of New York. Much surprise was expressed among Republi cans at Thompson's being appointed, al though he was very strongly endorsed as it bad been recently announced with what seemed to be almost White House author ity that the President infilling those po sitions which legally belong to the Demo crats would appoint no man who was not protectionist Thompson is a free trader hence the surprise. Mr Roosevelt's ap pointment is an excellent one in every re spect ';. Secretary Rusk created a sensation as he was going to bis office the other morning by dropping in the grounds which sur round the Agricultural department where a gang of laborer were engaged in cut ting the grass with scythes, snd taking a sythe from one of the men remarking, "let me show you the right way to use this, and proceeding to wield the implement in a manner that showed him to be perfectly familiar with its use. The secretary ssld he liked it because it reminded him of home. s Uenerd B F Buttler and Admiral Por. ter arc having a great controversy over the events preceding the the capture of New Orleans daring the rebellion. General Buttler charges the admiral with running away with his mortar boats and trying to create a panic, and the admiral ssys the general is always drunk and consequently does not know what he is doing er saying. The public that believes both men to be brave and honorable regards the contro versy as a great misfortune. PENSIONS. Important to Soldiers and their Heirs Captain I. N. Wilcox, representing the pension agency of C. F. Callahan, of Youngstown, O., will be at the American House, Wellington, O., to solicit claims for pensions, re-rating and increase of pen slons, bounties, etc., Thursday and Friday, May 23 and 84. asAL intra nuatnas. A S Peabody to il 1 Peatody, Russia acres. $1375. U APeabodytoEllta A Ptabody, Russia, 8 acres, 11373. A and P Llnder to Catherine Prescber, Avon. 10 seres, $1360. A A Blsbes et al, to K L 6alsbury, Grafton, part orltfnU lot 1. tB5, James Jackson to Alice M i artck, North Amherst, pt lots IS. U snd S4. $000. EGrects'nelrstoI D Lawler, trustee, Lo rain, 10 88,100 seres. $3000. Eunice liasoa to A A Wslker, Lorain, part lot 71, $200. Wm Kolbe to L A Ransom, et al, Lorain, Un divided 'A part tract 1, lot 3. $600. C A Metcall to Cora B Newton, Oberlln, part lotlT,P'sznda4d,$ro, PO'Boyle to J A and H D Root.Loreta. w pt lot 1, blk BrownelU add $226 H A Jayoox to Taos Elm Sheffield 10 40100 acres, $1000. Catherine Walte to H A Tenant, CbetUa. lot SO, Wright's add, $426. 0 H Tlldea to H A Jaycox, Sheffield, 10 69-100 acres, $1250. David McGregor to John H Boyaton, Elyrla pt lot 166 w ot r, $'. C E Wilson, asslf aee, to Geo Miller, Avon 110 acres, $6600. Geo Miller te t J Kys, Avon, . 29-100 acres. $000. Wm French to John Liadenball, 10-KM acres, $500. A Great Battle. Is continually going on in the human system. The demon of impure blood strives to fain victory over the constitu tion, to ruin health, to drag victims to the grave. & gooa reliable medicine use Hood's Baisapartlla is the weapon with with which to defend one's self, drive the desperate enemy from the Held, and re- store years, store peace and bodily health for many Try tun peculiar medicine. ; If you lack energy and are drowy, talc Rinehsrt's Liver Pills. 1 a dose. Sold" by FD Felt. ... Absolutely Pure. Thitpowdernevar Tanei. A mirrel of polity itranpth end wboloomeneat . More economic thin the ordlntry kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low teit, thort weight, alum or phorphite powders. Bold only la one. Koyal Baking Powder Co., 10S Will tt. H.Y. PLANING HILL. D. L. WADSWORTB A CO., ManafacttiKri of and dealer In Doo.rsi, Sath sad Bllndst Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould ings and Flooring. Biding made and Sur face Planing done to order on short no. tic WELLINGTON, O. S5-1T HOYT & BENSCHOTEN, Dealers la and Manufacturers ol FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. A Full Line of Goods Always In Stock. Arterial Embalming a Specialty. Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari ety of Mouldiugs to select from. N E. Corner ot Square. Wellington. 0 C. E. SUTLIFF, DEAIsEH Z2T COAL Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson aryd Blossburg. Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 HRISTIE & BENNETT MancfiCTUBEU or CARRIAGES, WAU05S AND SLKIGH8 r EVERY DISCRDTIOK. REPAIRING A 8PECIALTY. Flrojflsei-Amendment lo lie tea- el TAX ATI QN. AMENDMENT NO. 1. Scno 1. Be It resolved br the General As sembly of Ihebuteof Ohio, That a proposition thall be submitted to the electors of this State on the first Tundaj afu the tint Monday In povemter, to, to amnio Mellon 201 Arucie XII of the Constitution of the Kuteof Ohio, so that It shall read as follows: ARTICLE XII. Sac. 2. The General Annemblv shall provide for the ralXni of revenue for the rtupportol the state and local aovrrnmeBta; but taxes hall be uniform on the aame clMi of subject. BanrlnK aronndi, public iichool houses, houies used exolaalvelf for public worship. Institu tions 01 purely puonc cnaniy. puouc propri; nsed exclusively for any public purpose, sn personal property toss amount not eiceedinf n value two nunarea ao iars lor eacn mama ual, may, by general laws, be exempted from taxation! and the value ol all property so ex einpted shall, from time totlme, b ascertained and published, as may be directed by law. bictio2. At urh election those electors desiring to vote tor such amendment may have laced upon their haJlols th words laxation intendment Yes " and those opposed to inch amendment may have placed upon meiroai lots the words "Taxation Amendment No." Cktion S. This amendment shall tke effect on the first day of January, lr90. tLbr.Kl 1.. iiAnrnun. Speaker of the House of Representatives. THKU. F. DAVIS, President pro tern of the Senate. Adopted Aprils, 1W9. Srrt Btvss or A a rue. Ohio, 1 mcs or thb bscasiAav or Btats. J I. Daniel J. Rvan. Secretary of Plate of tbe Put of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore rnlnrla a true con of a Joint resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the Btate ol Ohio, on the tb dsyol April. A u. iw, taken from tbe orlainal rolls filed In this office la testimony whereof. I have hereunto sub scribed mv name, and amiMmvom seal clal seal, at Columbus, the 16th day of April, A. y. iowi. DANIEL J. RVAN. Secretary of State Xotlee oi Appointment. Estate ol Mllo Wadswortb, deceased. The underslrned has been appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Milo Vt adsworth, late of Lorain county, unlo. deoeasea. J. II. uirkou. Dated this 1st day of May, A. I. ishd. .West End . GROCERY. We have now on hand a fresh stock of . Groceries and . : Provisions and we intend to sell the same at the lowest Cash Price.' j ' We alro pay the highest - market price for Butter and Eggs. Choice Tea and Coffees a specialty W.ARNOLD, Comer Liberty sod MU1 streets, near BrlckYard. , . THE LARGEST LOT OF Ever Brought to Wellington, ; Bartford Extra Superior 6arpets, 65c V Lowell Extra Superior Carpets, 65c Higgins Extra Carpet3, 50c , i Ingrain Carpets as low as 25c ', . ; ; We have in our store to-day, Lowells, Hartfbrds, Bromleys, ' Higgins, Smiths, Hartford Body BniFsells. -v ;. . ; ;!; f Bromleys Tapestries; Higgins Tapestries, ' Higgins Body Brussells, Velvets, Axminsters and est designs and best quality. "We started out with the detcrminatien of keeping the Carpet trade in town if prices, "We to-day are selling all than they can be bought for in arge lots, 100 rolls at a time, bottom prices at all times and mers snail get the benefits guarantee prices against all quality anywhere. We are selling Wall Paper cheaper than ever. We are Bhowing the finest stock in the County, and aper. NW the difference between Cleveland on Wall Paper is anywhere from 25 to 50 per cent in avor of Wellington. We have all kinds. We cannot Paper your rooms, it will save you money to inspect our stock before buying. We say the same about our Wall Paper that we do aboit J our Carpets, we guarantee prices against all competition. LAUNDON, VINDEGKER & CO. f The majority are buying their Prince Coats and OF 9sa One or two have been heard to say, I DID NOT BUT Would give $5 if I had done so. Ours are made to order and are given a finishing touch which the ordinary ready-made Cloth ing does not have. CLOTHIER, "Wellington, : ; : "t -; ; , : and the stock is of the best Quality, consisting of . . ' , , V Persian fyigs of the new- stock and quality would do kinds of Carpets at less price' ; Cleveland. Buying in very we are- enabled to get the we now say that, our custo of our purchases. We wil . ' competition of Carpets of like : are making a special effort on Wall prices in this town and the price in mention them all. II yon want to of the young men , ' Charles Vests, uiiisSDHfiiinn 0. TJW rjs SA -e