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;THEi ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, i JUNE? 15,?' 1889.
- .;:vA-5l7t7ri7T)-V-Tl'TVx-TJf.T17:fl ....... " ; ' LADIES GRAND SHOES i. at Unvarnished And Nothing Daunting. You should see our All Wool Perfect Fitting Pants, and war ranted never to rip for S3.00. All wool pants made to ypur own. liking ana your own measure for $4.50. First Class , Cassimers and SHevotts, Pants made to Order $4.50. .Worsted Pants made to order, $5.00. W. W. Harvey, The One Price Clothier. Mass Meeting. The appalling calamity at John istowB and other cities and villages in that vicinity calls for sympathy and material aid from every city villiage and hamlet in the conntry. It is our duty to contribute to the relief of these afflicted commun ities. We do therefore request the citizens of "Wellington, men and women to assemble at the Town Hall on Sunday the 9th inst at 3 P. M. And take such action as the ureency of the case requires. S.S. Warner, CW-Horr, S. D.Gammell, J. S. Case. C. Sage, E.E. Hosted, Ed. West, S.K.Lndon, E. F. Webster, E. 0. Rust. HHJAIi AND MISCELLANEOUS. ' R. H. Klnnlson K able to be about. Mrs. Dr. E. Bust ,1a canyalescing Bummer 1 here in all Its grandeur. We bad Jost eight dark cloudy cold daya. Make ready for commencement exer else. ' Mist Dora Nangle la assisting at tbe post office. . The itreet Improvement ia being laid through tbe square this week. . Mist Cora Marshall is spending a fe days in Berea and taking lessons in Pastel Painting. So eases of traveling shysters, has beeu reported among tbe farmers In these parts this spring. v Mrs. Judge Dickey of Cleveland was ih. ffiiMt nf Mrs. Frank Cllffora Ie o day last week Some of the wholesale cbeeae dealer are purchasing large quantities of egg with a view ol storing them Quite an amount ol eounterflt money la now In circulation and it might be wall to begin to examine both spool, and bins a little In order o guard onr Interest. . Tbe First National bank declared semi annual dividend of three per cent at tbe meeting of the director! on Monday, The surplus fund was also Increase $500 which make tbe total 17,000. ". E. 77 Webster has been nursing an ininfwrf loot for the oast two weeks, but is now able to be out again with the aid of crutches. , Tbe injury was caused in attempting to board train of car when in motion, i t ,.. i ... ' Win? Schroder haa received a letter from tbe Geographical Soelety at Vienna Austria, stating that owing to recent do mestic trouble existing tbey will not und an expedition to the north pole at present .' ,', .'. ", Y ' Owlne to the amount ol space devoted to tbe Johnstown disaster and the hlstor leal and business Interests ol the town the tcrv and an unusual amount of local matter la omitted. But all correspon dence will appear next week. . The Thirteenth Annaul Alnmunt Bao - quet of the Wellington High School will be held in the Town lieu nonaay even.' ing June 84, 1889. All the member are 'urged to be present a every effort has been made to Bake the exercise enjoy bl. . ' Lou Chars, Bec'y y X-AMAi JL JJvJ-F X i i;JU.l"JLi,K . , j ' . -v -' v ea uargams man ever Deiore. FOR $200. LADIES' PRINCESS SHOES FOR TT71 T jdj jli Rev. J. C. Dver tt borne amin from a trip In Western Penn. Tbe office tod waiting rooms at the bee line passanger station have been neatly and artistically repapered by our fellow townsman Jobn Sherman. The Editor's dwellng house was entered by burglars Monday evening they Rare ine bureaii and trunks a genuine overhaull at. but narry a oent did they get. They were evident ly Inexperienced at the business, as an old offender would never have entered a country Editor's boose with a view ot getting anything of value. Mr. II. 0. Green who baa been in tbe employ of E. E. Goodrich for the past two years left for New Brighton, Pa. to fill a more lucrative position In the same line of bade with. Mr. Miles Moyer ol that city. Mrs. Green will visit friends here lr a aewon belnr accompanying her husband. Success to them. The enterprising firm ot Uessers G. D Foote and Co. appear to be doing a thriv ing trade. The month of May tbey report the largest receipts of any one month since the business was established Oiteen year ago. A visit to their stable found everything in clean tldr shape and Delia lone experience in tbe trade warrants the public in giving him a boom. Adv.rtlMd Latter. Th. following Is a list of ancltlmcd letters ro- mslnlng la th. poitofflc. at Wellington, Ohio. Jun.S. '89. Ella Hicks, Oustav K oiler, Hiss Rose Kuemer, Miss Bosle Kueffler Jdr.Anrew Swank Persons calling for tbe above letters please say advertised. nao. 0. bush. p. m. The Grave Were Kept Green. An Interesting program had been pre pared, nd every arrangement had been perfected by tbe several committees, to make memorial service for 1889 equal to, if not auperior to any yet held in Wel lington. But when the day arrived it was evident from appearance that it would rain all day. and by noon It waa a settled fact; if the cemetrle were visited It would bave to be done in drenching rain. But the old Veteran bad stood the pressure of rain storm in yean gone by, hence were not frightened away at what rain would fall In one afternoon At half past one o'clock the line of march waa formed in front of the Opera House by Hamlin Post G. A. B., and Son of Veteran; representatives of the W. R. 0., who were quartered in the voting room then appeared, and present ed each member with a wreath of flow er. - Tbe cornet band accompanied the procession to the west cemetery, but the fall o( rain Increased, so they were com pelled to retreat Tbe south cemetry was then visited, but nothing was done but place wreathe upon the marked grave. On their . return to the hall the meeting was called to order by Truth! TV5 A O U7l ? xjSl. vur-.-jDi HATS! Every Style prices to astonish you, never have we been able r to give such bar gain as now. ADLER BROS. Fine Clothing: equal to and every garment must be satisfactory ; or we will make it so. Try Our Three Dollar Warranted no ripping, to 11CLU. never Uttvcyuuaccu tuia equtli; a largt? ine will be on Exhibition in our. large window list as soon as are able to W. W. ONE PRICE Commander M. W. Lang and prayer was offered by Rev. W. O. Dawson. The male quartet then favored the audience with one of their best selections for such occasions. Rev. Edwin Sidney Williams of Minneapolis, Minn., waa then intro duced and delivered one tf his best, which waa eloquent in thought and dic tion, very superior in rhetorical finish and almost faultless in elocution. The speakers voice was musical full and pow erful, and enabled everyone in the audi ence to hear from beginning to close. The day waa probably the most disagree-' able one ever witnessed on the day Me morial services were held, since the or ganization of the G. A. R. A number of the member expected to visit sur rounding towns In tbe forenoon, and in then return home to aid in tbe cere monies here in the afternoon, but the rain spoiled all arrangements. " Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session Mon day evening. Ills Honor, the Clerk and all the member of the Council present, Minute or last meeting read and ap proved. The committee en finance ap proved of the following bills and an ordi nance was passed for the payment of same S. A. William (Night Watch)... .O0. Extra Help "10.00 Whitehead Myers (nauling Stone)... "25.00. Clarksfleld Stone do. (Stone.). . .$680.00. W. H. Serage (labor on atreets.)"109.16. Laying Stone 185.17. Material for streets "59.26. " walks "28.M. J. White (lighting lamp.) "17.60, Chas. Seeley (Interest on note.) . ." 8.00, G. D. Foote (livery.) " 7.00. G. W. Ryder (salary for department. . 140.17. Care Engine Douse.. $20.00. W. II. Serage (blocks for rtreets)" 8.00, Jas. Sheldon presented a bill of (77.85 for tbe construction of a sewer on Bar ker street. The street committee rccom menced the payment of fifteen dollars of same for amount of benefit the town would derive, which was carried. Street Commissioner Borage's salary was In creased to two dollar per day for the present. Tbe Mayor and Clerk were authorized to borrow money for street purposes, the amount not to exceed the levies for the current year. Tbe Clerk was Instructed to notify a number to re- pair sidewalks, also to forward to the County Auditor the amount paid for constructing side walks, to be placed upon the tax duplicates. Tbe Mayor turned Into the treasury $56.65 for fine and licenses; the Council than adjourned. Commencement Exorcises. r - The Commencement Exercises of the Union Schools will be held at the Opera House, Thursday and Friday evenings, Juue 20th and Slat. At a reeent meet ing of the board It was decided to con tinue the plan adopted last year, and an admission fee of ten cent will be charg ed. Their being so large a class the exer cise cannot Well be gone through with in one evening, it will therefor be nec essary to occupy two evenings. Fifteen complimentary reserved (cat tickets will be Issued to each graduate for use on the evening on which the graduato takes part in the exeroises, and five for use on the other ; ventng. The teachers and pupils win be admitted free of charge, all others will be charged the admission foe of ten cents, each evening.' The - ' Tfc $2.50.. SEE THEM s. HATS! and Collor at Custom made. Each ALL WOOL PITS!!! wear them is to like put them there. Harvey, CLOTHIERS. doors will not be opened while a gradu ate is speaking. Police will be on duty and will see that tbe State Law in refer ence to the non-obstruction of the aisles Is strictly enforced. By order of the Board. W. Cushion Jr. Clerk. Obituary. MRS. DEBORAH D. CRADDOCK. Deborah, wife of R. Craddock, and daughter of Ira, and Relief Damon de ceased of Litchfield, Ohio, was born in Northhampton, Mass., Settt. 19th 1826, and died in Wellington, Ohio, May 20th 1889. At the age of thirteen she went to live u the family of the Hon. John M, Woolsey, then residing in Cleveland, where she remained ten year or until her marriage. One of the daughters of this family is the writer "Susan Cool Idgc," and another Is the wife of Pros Gilman of the John Hopkins University, Many advantage came to the maiden through her associations in this house hold where she was esteemed as a friend She spent nineteen year In Cleveland, coming to Wellington In I86u. Mrs, Craddock bad excellent practical ability, and those qualities of cheerfulness, for bearance, modesty and unselfishness that enabled her to live and work in harmony with all with whom she associated. Uniting with the Congregational Church here In 1873 she was closely Iden tified with its interests, and for twelve year served as President ot its Benevo lent society, including the trying and laborious period when the furnishing of the new church was in progress. In the Woman's Missionary Society, and the Woman's Christian Temperance Un ion, of which she was a member since Its organization , she was a helpful and reli able worker, and had served as President of the Wellington Union. These Socie ties sent a number of the many hand some floral tributes, attended the funeral In a body and followed her remains to the grave. The patience and unwilling ness to excite alarm aa this gentle spirit approached death, was characteristic) of her nature. When the seriousness of her case could no longer be Ignored or concealed, she spoke with perfect free dom of all her wishes to her family, and those about her, and very touching and Joyful were her references to her read! ness for dcpsrtnre and her confidence in the Savior whom she had trusted and served.' DIED. In Cleveland, Monday evenlnt Jun Srd of caneer la tks stemaeh Michael Knot, His rsatalas were kroagat htre Tuesday evening and were tui tot at the Post Booms of the th A. H. funeral to-day at It. ta. under auspices of the order f ) v if y. . . Card of Thanks. I desire to barter tender mjslneer thanks to the friends who have so kindly assisted la the ear ot my late husband, and especially to th 0. A. R. for their kindly ear of the body opoa arrival from Clevelaad, and to the W. E. C, for their aaslstaaoe and their seautl ful tribute of a eross and lowors. Mas.H.Kss. W dslr to extend our thanks to friends and neighbors sad brother odd fellows, who tendered tbelr servtoe during the Illness snd death of our husband and father. Ms.N.B. Rocs wood, Ma. end K. B. Rocs- wooas ' v Plttsfleld, Junsl, 1), The ladles or the W. O. T. U. and Ladle Benevolent Society ot Congl Church de sire to extend thank to Messert Foot and Barrett, and to other citizen who kindly donated carriages for tbelr nse at Un. Craddock' funeral. I - T BUSINESS LOCALS.: PRO BONO PUBLICO. I am selling E- W. Bell's Buff alo Soap 100 cakes - $3,65 1 cake - . . . 4ct. W. W. Oil per gal. ' . - 10c . Sugar at cost I am paying 13 cts for eggs. J. Tcblby. WANTED Boy 15 or 16 year old to work on a farm. Enquire of J. Gaknett, Wellington, Ohio. 82tf For pure ice-cream go to J. B. Vermilya A fine Gold Hunting; case American watch and Oct cigar for a nickel at E. T. Robinson. FOR RENT. A nicely furnished reM dence of 7 room on Taylor street, with carriage house, ana all the fimt at $10 per month Tor the summer. . Those hav ing friends In the city who spend the hot months of summer in the country, should advise them of this splendid opportunity. Inquire of J.T. Haskol. - . , .. ( For pure Ice-cream that will recommend itself call on J. 15, vermilya. Farmer's Read This. I can furnish you Binding Twine that will measure 600 feet to a pound at 13 eta. Grasshoppers and crickets will not touch It. . U. JS. TOWNBEND. Wbydo tbey all like J. B. Vermilya's Ice-creain ? because he use nothing but pure cream. BREAD I BREAD I! BREAD!!! On and alter this date the public can be supplied with bread from the Cleve- ZSLZXZ people can be assured of getting just what they can for and that is fresh bread manu foctured from the best brand ol Hour and pure yesnt. Bowlbt Hall. FOUND A shawl, inquire atthisofllce. . Farmer's Read This. E. Benedict still has 1500 pounds of pure Manilla Twine wnlch be offers for cash at 16 cents. Why buy interior twine when you can buy the best? For nice cool drinks call on J. B. Ver milya. FOR RENT A Dwelling; bouse. In quire of U Wadsworth. 20-23 FUR BALE Child' bed Inquire of Mrs J P Eldt, Courtland ave. Ut' Potato Bucs. Currant Worms. Cabbage Worms, &c, aie quickly destroyed by using "Hammond's HlugShot." It lathe cheapest and most effectual artlcle.known ; usea wun safety to man ana Deast lor ten years, bold by zu-u utunaon, winuecaer s u. Tbe nicest Ice-cream parlors In town are at J. B. Vermilya's SPRING ARRIVALS. A full assort ment of New Styles always on band, and all kinds of straw Work neatly done at the Millinery rooms of Mrs. S. Cady, souin main street, Wellington, u, B, N Goodwin is still writing up cyclone Insurance policies dally. Now if you want your property paid for when It la damaged by cyclone please call and see him WATCH IT I A cold watch and clear In. n K.nt nffl. rt tk P. s vi M mum mw s m vwviv vi iu vir tal Telegraph Cable Co. la Horr, Warner S Vo.1 Diocx. Person wishing to Improve tbelr mem- mories or strengthen their power of at tentioo ahould send to Prof. Loisette, 237 Fifth ave- N. Y- for kia prospectus free. If vou want a Clear made of oute lected leal tobacco smoke tbe Moss Rose Cigar, sold at Owen Britton's Clear and Tobacco Store. Every cigar warranted perfect or money refunded Wellington, U., April 20, 1889. The latest deslims of Baby Carriages ana sold exceedingly cneap i llOYT dB JJESSCHOTEN'S. WANTED All nersons seeking tlia best and cheapest plan of straight life insurance to call on K. n. Uoodwin, agt. Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beats them all. Sold by druggists. We have a nice lot of Baby Carriages at very low prices. Call snd see Ihem. &.U.SU.L, UODCH. Notice. J. M. Crabtiee will pay the blubesl market prices lor live and dressed hogs veal calyea, dry and green bldea and pells FOR SALE CHEAP-Double sealed family carriage, or will eichange for young horse it sound and gentle, fnquli ot tt. neneaicv iv-a The Nickel Plate Restaurant Ha been refitted and cleaned up and Is now ready for the receptlan of bonrdtrs and lodger. Csndies, Confectioner Tobacco, Clean and Ice Cream a specialty. meais ai an noura. xour patronage is solicited. AjusiASliAnr.Pupr. .Truly Said "That the Northwestern Mutual Life h surance company Is the bett company Ii existence." R. N. Goodwin, Agent. Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Sure cure for all blemishes. Sold by drugclcu. Baby Carriages Baby Carriages. A full line of Child's Carriage can be seen at A. G. & O. L. Couch's , . t ,. Call and see the luster sornv dli,H: craie iubi id. vt . reirca. j i ttr t . . Baby Carriages at A.G. 4 G. L. Couch's, If you have neuralsla. old. edn thi.i. etc- use trait's f amily i.tnlu-nt, Ho' by druggists. LOST On Decoration dv a ' alve watch with chain and bangle attached. A liberal reward will be paid if returned to this office. i W, L.E. Special. ... $13,50 for return trip ticket V Harris- burg and return account annual meeting of Dunaerde Society via. W. 4 L. E. Ry. Tickets good going May 25, to June 10 and returning till July 5. - i FOR BALE. BULLS. One vearllni bull, recorded In HolsteisvFrieslan hard book, will sell cheap as he Is related to my stock. Also one 2year old grade Durham. i ness ouiis wui oe sold verr cl-ean as have no use lor them. B, K. Was Read this carefully' and be governed ac-, cordingly. I have on hand a full line of Hand-Made Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips, - Nets, Blankets, Dusters, ' Lap Robes, - Brushes, Curry Combs, Turf Goods' Also tbe largest and best Btock, to select from in Lorain, Huron oi Ashland counties, at figures that defy com- . petition for the same quality of work, i me work and track har ness a specialty. Repairing neat ly and promptly done. "Charges moderate. Trunks and Valises ower than the lowest. J. M. Otterbacher. COAL! NEW FIRM! CQALI m. ii. bush & co ?r; Would respectful! annonnceto the citizens ot Wellington that thevara now on deck, and Rrxiiared to take orders for all kinds ot srd snd soft coal which tl)r will Mil for cash st the lowest llvluic prices. A snare ol your patronaR. Is solicited. ttU M. I. BUSH k CO. , Dr. H.E. Warren, Office and residence In Post office build ing. Calls answered at all hours in city or country. Offlee Honrs 8 to ft p. an. With intelligent people? From the many windy and fraudulent advertisements that appear in the papers and from the reading of such we are made to believe 'that Buch business houses are selling goods for no profit, less than cost, or selling a special article at a loa and making it up on anything else they may sell, these blowers sim- ply say one thing and mean an 1.11 it; 1 ouier, in oruer in mis way, ueiuuo the publio into their stores and then sell their goods at a large profit by it If they were honest and not making money in this wise, then they would quit the business at once, naturally. If the farmer raiaed only grain for grain what he planted he would starve to death and so would such merchant In his business. Com- mnn sense would ssv. I ' Well, What of That, and What are we Here For? To sell goods on an hon est, honorable basis, with the least and smallest living profit and make people happy. There fore having visited New York City, the Centennial, and took in the sights of this great show, placed us in a position to secure all the Novelties and Bargains of the season in the way of , ,' DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS & SHOES, CARPETS, WALL PAPER, ETC. Under these considerations and the late decline, ask the publio to call before they buy and get the low prices of such at the store of Wm. Rininger. Wellington, Ohio, May, 1889. THE MARKETS f'lieeiae. u I Shifmbxts pob Wbbk Ehdibo Jane 4 heese 164 pkys., weighing 4,890 lb llmter " " tlbloStaiidard tmng AmericM Fnuilly Favorite Oemeral Produce. s Butter, dairy, pet tb....$0. 8 0.13 CroHmery bjtler y S.... 29 Chlckens,drcssed,pern. .87 009 Etfgs.perdos 0.13 Ham, smoked, per ... 0.08 0.10 Tallow, per ft. 0.0U) . Hides, per ft, 0.03 0.04 Round Btrak. 19 Burtnln....; ..- .....v 1 Bhnnlder 8tenk... 10 Apples, dried, in quart. . era and cored, per lb 0.03 .... Apples, siloed... 03 0.00 Orain, Klonr and Feed. Flour, per sack (48 M-fl-SO 0 1.80 Graham flour, per owt.. 8.00 .... Corn meal, per ewt.... 0.00 , 0.M Chop, perewt.. ........ 1.00 , 1.00 . Middllng,percwt..... 0.00 0.87 Bran, per ewt.... t Q.70 0.80 Oil Meal, per ewt...... 1.00 1.45 1 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.4S Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.00 0.63 Wheat... .... 0 00 0.85 Oats jer bus..' ...... O.W 'OSS, 1 1 Does HiuiM Pay an. I