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1TT .:i ,,: . -- : ISSUED KVEBY WEDNESDAY. GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM. A Family Newspaper Devoted to tlae Interest of Lorain County and Vicinity, WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1889. NO. U. VOL. XXIII. - ! " ! 1 , i THE ENTERPRISE, Published every Wednesday, at WELLINGTON, OHIO. T.rau of SalMwrlvtloBi neYe.r Bis Month!.., T tire. Monthi .$160 .. 75 ,. 10 J. J. THOMAS, Manufacturer Of And D.al.r In Monuments I Tombstones T.uarvthi'nir nnrtfllulnir to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prices to suit the times. (28 ATTOBNETB-AT-LAW. J.T.HASKELL. iTTsmMT-llWi-UST-KPl! LIC Loans and Collections mado a specialty Offloe In bank building. J. H. DICKSON, ATTOBNBY-AT-LAW, ' "and solloltor of American , and Foreign WEST BIDE PUBLIC BQUAEE, ' WTCT XTNQTON. - OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC. Imnirano Agent and II. Nnt.rr Public In.uraocw, dt-, mors- ". wuia.w stSiM nuuinaiununiiuum. - - boot and aho. .tore. TONSORIAI oma of th. nMlMt, most onv.nl.nt B.r- MtSoril AfUaMrtmentof hair oils, po !) Td hair re.toratlT... Fin. bath-room. ? '., "r... at all hour, with kUand .old wawr aad all oeoeMry.oon.Dl. DKNTI8TB. W.lflDl . HOLBBOOK, Dentist Offlo. or Hinted', (tor In Bank Building, lllnrton, Ohio. stored for the Nitrous ozld. .aa admin extraouea si mu. C tH.'a ArtOaUe .-Plotnr. lnjT a i-i .,t.n,i,,n nui,i tnnlHnrlnff In Crayon Ink. or Vater Colors and oopylng from old nintiirai. Old negative, all preseryeq ana uu- nilcate. can be lind at any tin Bowlby k Uall'a grocery. ,fme. Gallery jver Picture, of all kinds. Flne.t work and lateat style Copying and enlarging In Crayon, Ink , and Pastel. Special attention to me came. Crasier't- Bloek. WUijatm, O. PLANING MILL. D. L. WADSWORTH CO., M anufacturer. of and dealer. In Saersj Sm ana Bimai m.- nl Ttnttpr Boxes, all kinds of Lumber. Lath. Shingles, Battens, Mould- lngs and Flooring. Siding made and Bur lace I lanwg ctone to oruer uu?u' " S. F. BLACK, Contractor and Builder, Plans and estimates made. Job work of all kinds. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 46-ly Dr. H. E- Warren, Office and residence la Post office build Ing. Calls answered at all hours in city or country. Offioo Hour. 8 to 5 p Pratt & Herrick, GENERAL FEED HD FLOUR Mil Free delivery to any part of the corpor atlon. Railroad street, Wellington, O COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL M. L. BUSH & CO Would respectfully announce to the eitliens iit.iii thmt tfiA am now on deck, ana prepared to Uke order, tor all kinds of barS and soft coal which they will Mil fot euhat th. lowe.t living prloes. A share of yor patronage is leueit.. L BUgH t CQ 0HBI3TIS k BSNNKTT MaHDf ACTCEBEi OF C1BRUGKS, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS OF ITIIT DMSOUTTIOH. BEPAIBINQ A SPECIALTY. PHYSICIANS. E. HATHAWAY M. D. 8P BC1AI.TLES I Scul dl.eie. .nd dl.eMe. of th. kl.dder.nd kldoev.. PllM.nlcer.tlon of t&. rectnm, O.tnla a mo, B.ioro. .nd all prevailing dlwaw. of th. ectain treatwl by an Improved ijritem, without naln or detention from buslneM. UIicuh of the bladder and kldneyetreeted only .fter . careful .nd proper an.ly.i. of the unn. Office In Carp.Bter Dlook Wlllngton.O 0. E. SUTLIFF, DEAliEU ZXT.COAZi Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg Terms Cash and Prices Low, Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 VETERINARY SURGEON. R. G. HOLLAND, Orders received at Telephone Exchange and at F. D. Felt's drug store. Graduate Toronto V.terlnarvCollege!la'7. TRAVELERS' REGISTER III HIE -I I C !i 1. EI. From and .fter Oct. 6, IBM. trlni will pu. Wei lnxlonai follow.: CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. OOINO WST. L. B. PRATT, Surgeon and .e&tist. Overtwenty Bve years of practice. Orders reoelved at Adams' and Houghton . drug store.. Honw .till taken for treatmentat my .table on Courtlaud Avenue. No. t Cln. A Col's Ex. No 11 n. . Bi.i,. ti No. 27 Columbus Express. . No. S-Nlght Ex No. 81 -Local Freight ooiaa bast. No. -Nlirh Bx No.M-Columbu. Aocom.......... No. t Cincinnati -Clev.d Ex. NoJBJ Local Freight No.. , 11 .nd 8 run dally. JEWELERS. a,A.iri ai aMSBJM " J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Doalcr In Clocks, Watches, JeweUy.BIl fyerware, Gold Pens, etc. Xo. 8, Public Bquare. Wellington, unio c BARRETT & WAIT, Livery. and Feed Stable. outh Side.Meclianio Street, first door east of American House. rrlure. for funerals Inside corporation, $1 NOTICE. 13 Omnibus d Transfer Line. kmvev. Paaaeneers and Bsggage to ( - v y i from trains or residences. Also col' bts and distributes zxpbbss, aoing 'njnl expressing and packagd business. iif.eave orders or telephone American lUouse. 87 ly n.S. Smith, Prop, In addition to our Stylish Rochester nade Clothing We have put in a line of heavy, stoutly sewed suits of smooth, tightly woven material just the imng ior men woriiiiig in uie wood, in lumber, or stone, which we will sell at the astonishingly low price of 11; 45 a suit only about half what you have paid for similar suits. They will wear like iron. We have also received a case of fine, WHITE DRESS j SHIRTS with reinforced fronts and backs, linen bosoms, felled seams. Every ... ut m sk m snirt warranted. .Tnese gooas sen by jobbers at. from $8 to $7.50 perLSJ " " asMm m m n J i -j.si- . 1 with W dozen, w o aeai airecuy. "wi-n me manufacturer in ca:o lots, thus saving the middleman's profit. We shall sell this lot, by the doz en, half dozen or single garment at 50 cents each. ' It: is a better Let me slate a general truth right here that any church that will pander to the prejudices of class ol persons who hare no concern for her spiritual interests, for the sake of their paltry dollars, lowers her standard of Christianity and ceases to be an aggressive power for good In the com munity. Let us have peace and harmony. but not at the sacrifice of principle. W. H. Haskins. Oct28,'89. Mr, W. W. Harvey preached In the- M. E. church Bundaj morning. He gave us a grand good talk, on the seventh and eighth verses ol th last chapter of Gall. tians, and very practical ' It came from a warm, earneat heart, and It could not fall to interest all who heard It A card received from the presiding elder aavi he bus a man for us. and he will be here this week and preach next Sunday, We are having a cold, disagreeable rain but I guess most of the tanners are ready for It. They have had along, nice time to do fall work, so if their work is not done no one but themselves are to blame. Two weeks ago Friday evening there W7 la I were TeT? P1,&UDt 8amennW iu town W e naVe n oyster supper at Mr. Garver's, who shirt than is usually told -at So. If you want a good fitting Flannel overshirt buy none but the "GOODSXOCK," 3G inches long. Every one warranted. A. M. FITCH, the Clothier. Liberty street, Wellington, Ohio, and next to Savings Bank, Elyna, O. Uvea on Flo. Chapman's place and teaches the south school, and over to Lannle Itog era' a birth-day party. ' They report very pleasant time at both places. Mr. Garver is going to teach writing school at the Center, The Center teacher has made arrangements with him so the scholars get their lessons very cheap only a quarter lor twelve lessons ao all who are old enough can take them. Be gives the first one Thursday evening. . All who are interested in the teachers' circle are again requested to meet Mason Smith on Friday evening of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton spent Sunday in Camden. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinney and children from Brighton spent last Tuesday at Mr. Hazelton's. ' Mr. and Mm. Coy and two children SDent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Robinson. Mrs. Shunk, of Nbrwalk, speat Sunday with her suiter, Mrs. E. RusselL 1 . Mrs. Alta Pratt spends as much time as she can with ber brother, Dr. Houghton. Mrs. 'Palmer- Buman.. has 'malaria. fever, but seems to be convalescing. Misses Minnie and Tinle Dlrlam viaited in Sullivan on Monday. . Mrs. Johncoo. from Huron county, is spending a few weeks with her niece, Mrs. Cora Robinson. ported but rather sudden close this morn . ing Rev. W. B. Painter' wife, aged 67. Although Mrs. Painter had been with tu only a little over a year, yet in that short time she had won the reaped and esteem of the entire community. For many yeara she had been a. sufferer from con sumption. She bad been confined to her room only a month, bearing patiently whatever was for her to endure. The funeral services wiU be held at the M. E. church Wednesday at 9:80 a. m. To the afflicted tamlly we extend our sincere sympathies. Yours Dbyit. ' K1PTOX. ... ' , , Oct 88, W. Mrs. Charles Coven la on the sick list. Mrs. Piatt of Cleveland Is spending few days with ber mother Mrs. Shattuck. Frank Bater has moved his house onto the east end of his lot. Ed. Day is putlog up a building on his lot opposite the school house. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ely ol Lorain and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of North Amherst spent last Sunday In town. Mr. James Rosa has moved his barn. Frank & Tyron report a good trade in stoves this fall. - ' Our blacksmith John Townsend has re paired and painted his shop inside and put up a new stove for the farmers to get warm by when they come to have their horses shod this winter. Mr. J. M. Webber, of Penfleld. visited bis son C. L. WebW, of this place last week. Miss Nettle Webber Is visiting her brother at present. Prayer meeting at the Union church Wednesday evening. . . 8:W..m 2:Mp.m : p.m 8:00 a. m (:.. m. 8:28.. m. 8:45 p.m. 1:4 p.m. WEEELIN.Um RAILROAD. Cleveland ft Marietta R. B. from.nd .fterJnneS, 18M.tralnswlllps.Well ington a. ionuw . OOINO EAST. Standard Time, So, 1 s.sa.m. So.6 11 .00 a.m. No. T VSL9'-' Mo. 9 OOINO WEST. No. 4 lO.Ma.m. NO. 8 l.inv.m, "l: ;.p-. N io . a.m. Mn. I.SandSdal v: other, dally ex. uunaa Knrlherinformatloolnr.nrdto thl. II befonodon pares. OBERLIM. Arrlv. daUy, 1:00 m. . Depart, 1:S0. av. BUNTINOTOW. SULLIVAN and POLK. irriv. dally, ) .. m. " Iwpert. I ' PENFIELD. Arrive dallv.'a.m( DepartlOa.m 3 JS-A-O- 3C CO., GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS vnr trtr. T.lfn. Accident and Tornado. The best companies In th. United State, re pre- acnted by u. umce norm iuo uiuoni second floor Wadsvforth block. 3UI Buslewi Stand, at the brad. Oberlln College Writing Dep't, Oberlln ttchool of Btrnography and Type-writing, .nd Oberlln Bn.lnea. College, .(1 connected. Kxpen-c. low, lout ruction thor ough .nd counw. complete. Circular, free. AlldrcM McKJiK ft HKNDKUBON, Oberlln, O COSSUaPTlOM SURELY CURED. To th. Koito I'leaj. Inform your re.d. tr that I have a posltlveremedy (or tb.almv najned dlaeaae. lly Its timely ui.. thousands n bopelss. eaM, have been permanently eurwl I shall b. glad to ..nd U o bottle, ol my rente dv vbb. to any of yourresKlert who have n- sumpUonlt they will send me their express and po.1 om uiares.. nrapecuunr. t..hWHJUM.M.C..18U ! H.,NwYor-. i Gathered tr Our Sieci&l Corresnondents. All About the Happenings and Special Events in their Immediate Vicinity. - HUNTINGTON. ' caucts , A people's caucus will be held in the town ball BaturJuy evening, rtovemoer 2nd at seven o'clock sharp, tor tbe purpose ot nominating a land appraiser. Let there be a good turnout.. . By Order ok Committee. Editor of Tbi EiinnFBisi: I am glad to notice that your corre spondent has modified his previous state ment in regard to Mr. Long's salary sum- cient to admit that bis rroiiiDition speeches were only one reason lor that deficiency. I did not deny but that it had a 'slight influence. But wj.y be should wish to fasten such a disgrace upon his own party and publUh It abroad Is more than I can understand. But I should not have noticed the communication in your Inst Issue bad It not, in my opinion, done Mr. Long a glaring injustice. I don't see, how any one, knowing Mr. Long's devotion to truth and right, can be lieve that be would give a definite prom ise to the estimating committee to abstain from all public speaking upon prohibition and then proceed forthwith to break that promise. Upon the same, right upon which the committee met I heard one who seemed to do a good deal of lobbying be fore the committee In tbe interests of few politicians say that Mr. Long said that he did not expect to enter the lecture field for prohibition. This waa literally true for Mr. Long never did go to another political meetiag during the campaign with any expectation whatever of making an address. ' On one occasion the Problbitjonists bad announced a speaker from abroad, but, on account of a very rainy day and night, the speaker, as well as moat of the audience failed to come. . But, as there was some business to transact, tbe meeting was called to order and, after some remarks by tbe chairman aud one or two others, Mr. Long was called upon and responded by talking about ten minutes, to tbe de light and edification of the audience, com' posed of about a dozen persons, mostly Prohibitionists. This, then, was his first great offense, or lecture. No. 1. Upon one other occasion a Democratic speaker was announced. Mr. Long, after be bad beld'his prayer meeting, thought be would walk down, as he wished to hear all sides. , lie did so, and, although tbe hour was late, tbe speaker had not arrived. One of the leading Democrats proposed to the Republicans tbat they choose up sides and debate the issues oi tbe campaign, so as not to disappoint en tirely tbe large audience assembled; but as this proposition did not meet with a favorable response from tbe Republicans he then moved tbat Elder Long give tbera a temperance speech. The motion was carried without a dissenting voice. Air. Long was taken entirely by surprise and hesitated considerably. But ss tbe cry of Long I Longwas heard all over the bouse be came forward and responded lu a neat temperance speech of perhapi half an hour. This was his second and greatest offense, or lecture No. 2. For myself 1 thought it a good opportunity for some old Democrats, and some Republicans as well, who never would have crossed the street lor tbat purpose, to hear a genuine temperance speech. But for these two grave offenses Mr. Long must be boycotted. It was tbe same spirit of intolerance that applied tbe thumb-screws of the inquisi tion. Perhaps, under the circumstances, it would have been batter for Mr. Long in rsponse to tbe call to speak to have said something like this: "Ladies and gentle men 1 recognize the fact that the drink truffle is the greatest evil, by all odds, against which the human family has to contend; tbat temperance men of all par ties and denominations declare It tbe source of from ihrce-lourths to nine-tenths of all the Crimes and pauperiim in our land; and tbat it hinders the progiess of truth snd Christianity In tbe world more than all other evils combined; and not withstanding the fact , that I have given the question a great deal of study and have Ideas upon it which I think would be of value, yet, as I am a minister ol the gospel, it would not be proper for me to speak further upon this subject lor fear it might offend, two or three outsiders and nossibty one or two members ot ' my church, and they might cause t deficiency In my salary. I therefore decline the In vitation with which yon havn honored me." How be would have risen in the BRIGHTON. Oct. 28, W. Frank Andrews is moving to Welling ton where be is going to work in tbe em ploy ot the Bee Line. O. M. Peasley went to Elyria Wednea. day 23rd. D. M. Hall and Dell Johnston went to Elyria tbe 24th. George Fox Is moving to East CI ark s- fleld. Reception at Rev. C. J. Rutledge's Wednesday evening -Surprise at C. P. Ronk's on the 23rd. A. N. Gill went to Cleveland Monday to have a tumor taken out of his neck. Hope he will be out In a lew days. Mrs. 8. 8. Hall of Burllngame, Kansas, is Ihe guest of J. W. Gillctt. Mrs. Laura Murrills, ot Michigan, is visiting her father, U. Mosber. A Republican meeting will be held at tbe town ball November 4, 1889. E.G. Johnson aud others will address the meet ing. Come one, come all. Bull game to-day between Kipton and Brighton.. Boud & Day expect to commence grind ing bxforo Ions. Give tbe boys a liberal patronage this year. , Roveb. Oct. 21, '89. Joseph Jones of Penfleld spent Sunday In town. George Jones and wife of Henrietta visited in town last week. Mrs. Wm. Ball, of Wellington, Is visit. ing in town. Mrs. J. C. Whipple is at Toledo. Her son Will Whipple was badly hurt a few weeks ago by a iall, an elevator giving way. Mr. Charles Wblrmle and wife hay been spending a few days with his father TiMdjl -eYenJugWiid,. Mr. limlouro Norwalk, gave a lecture at the town hall, subject i "Resolved that the United States has Reached the Zenith of her Glory and is on tbe Decline." Audience very small. A Gill is building a barn. Levi Rood and mother, from Camden, have moved Into a part of H. Hardy's house. Amos Scolt baa been taking a trip to Michigan, Sunday evening October 20th, Mrs. Sant- ley, ot Wellington, spoke to the W. 0. T. U. of this p'ace. News. LA GRANGE. i , . Oct. 28. 89. Tbe Indian medicine man still holds forth at town hall. He has certainly done one good Job, having removed a tape worm from Miss May Mynderse. The worm was nearly eighty feel In length. Charles Williams closed bis school In the Wilcox district lust Saturday. ' The school, to show their app'recistion of his work, gave him n fine silk hamlkeichlef. The dliectors have enjnted ulm for the winter term. Uoodl D. M. Byam, superintendent ol Grafion schools, visited our nrhonls tdny. C. L. Gott's new home will soon beoccu- pled by the happy l.mily. It is an elegant hume. both Inaldo and out. Cost about 2,000 ' Jerome Munville ln moved a home from his farm to his lot in town. He will put the house In good she, then rent It, Will Richmond has been stworKlu Cleveland some month I, One day lat week while at work on a house the scaf- lolding gave way, .nd he- met with the serious result of both amis broken.! Ho earn. horn, the ' follo'wloir. da ' on the .. SPENCEK. Oct 29, U9. A dance Tuesday evening tbe 24th at A. Naylor's. Frank Stedman and iamlly have moved back from Lorain, and occupy . the G. S. Stedman property in the west end of town. Mrs. Smith and son, are visiting rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Boise from Michigan are visiting friends and relatives here. The protracted meetings of the M. E. church will commence sometime in No- vember. Miss Minnie Naylor from Wellington, spent Saturday and Sunday with friendr here. ' ' ' l'' . Miss Belle Beodee has returned from her extended visit in Michigan where she has. been visiting friends and relatives the last two months. , ... j Roy and Cella Boffenmyer from Ashland sponaa few days with their aunt Mrs. A. ' T.Van. ; 1 Mrs. A E. Eilborn and Mrs. N. Hendee, are spending a tew days with fileuds and relatives in Royaltou. , Belle and Emma Coleman are visiting friends in Michigan. . CW Dauee and wife from tbe Smith Road spent Sunday at J. T. Orr's. - : A.' J. Dewey contemplates building a new wagon shop, in the near future. - A purty ol 25 or 80 vonng people met with Rev. Smith's family lsst Saturday evening. Although they were aware of their coming it terminated in the nature of a surprise to them, as each guest was a contributor of a lb. of something sub stantial. . i ' Frank Miller made, the psesentatlon speech Io behalf of the young people, which was ably responded to. JA11 spent a ' very pleasant evening, each feeling It was -good to be there. J '.' , 1 '. GiJtDTa.' .. V mornluc train. Mr. H. and family seem estimation of all good peoplel How eager- ,0 us.4 mora than theh- share of mlsfor. ,4.,.:... . wt w..Ji .J...-' '.- V:'V rUan hli band in warm conitratuUtloos I A lonjt ami useful life cam to au tx r If parents, who have children subject tn croup would ake the advice of Fred D. Felt tbe druggist, they would never be"'-' without, bottle of Cbamberlin'e Cough-.' Remedy In the house. '. It will not vXjCxX cure croup but will prevent H, If used as.1 -S, soon as itke first symptoms appear, whic4q can ralwajs be dne if the remdy la kerc -.t, ithand., f,' , V,'; . .. - .... . '- 1- ') ;".V!wVi;; r-iJii;.:":-: -i.;ux"'