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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER; 1889.
THE ENTERPRISE. r.B.BaaUfc,Praprttar. s'.: WELLINGTON, OHIO. SntereaaUhe Pest-etaee el Welllnttrfe m Saeond OUm nauer. aaeardlni te Btatate. OaeYear.:..'..; lx Moo tha.,,. WWIIIIIIIilll'l"Tl' VI TkraaMoaUi Spate Md Colon Bates auaakaow eaapp eatioe. '1 ' i M ) . -S I H' i n apjn- i ; It Is tald thai the ealooolst is only Waiting. Ouu Congressman, Hon.' C P. Wick, him, of Korwelk, li at the Capitol ready for bualnest.' M V '; It appears to be a difficult matter for Calvin Brloa to locate bU lawful place of residence, nst at present .,"! i ,;; ,i . Tbb adjuster! for a number of tba lead ing Insurance companlea will be engaged in adjusting loeaee at Lynn and Boaton, Vast., the next thirty days. At the opening of the 51st Congreee the Senators from Waahlngton, North and South Dakota appeared, but Montana baa failed Jo settle matters la order that a Senator could be elected yet ' , , ; , A iTKciiL meeting of the school board wu called Friday evening to decide upon the rights or certain scholars to attend the Union school free of tuition. A number o scholars are now In attendance enjoy- ing the full fieedom Ju.t the same a though their parents were actual residents of the district The facta in each case will be referred to the Bute School Commie. siooer for a decision which will be look- ed forward to with much interest . What might appear to be Justice In manr cases does not always conform to the laws of the land In which we lire, ' j KCMBsa of prospective candidates are In the field for United Slates Senator te lucceed Hon. H. B. -Payne, whose time eiplies ilarcn 4th. 1801. Calvin Brice, a moneyed klag, who claims to be a resident of Lima, Is now In the lead. This Is not our time to select a Senator, consequently we can have bat little to ley, but for the interest ol the people of the Bute we claim the right to say a word. Mr. Brice is a so Called shrewd money making fellow, but aside from that he stands as a cipher ; so tar as filling the position at Senator he knows nothing about Sute matters except what his money purcalmses him and we have no reason to belli; ve that tho more sensi ble Democrats will entirely ignore even the piospect of such men to reach the place. Hon. Geo. E. Seney ot Tiffin bat within the past few days, anuouueed bit Intmtmn of entering the race. Re is a member ol the Lower House and ia in every wayjfltted for he position. We pre. diet that lie will get there. X . At the recent meeting held at Batimore by the Catholics, the Rev. Mr. Dunne of Florida, Mild: "Cntliollct know that they must lit their childnn for en immortal life, and because ot thit they demand equal rights In the applications of the means God has furnished lor that pur poe. A denominational system would not work well. Why not? It works well elsewhere; why nut beret And the present godlesa system, does that work well ? A syttem which In a Christian land forbldt Christian teaching. Is that not a disgrace, a scandal to the world, a mockery of free Institutions, a failure of republican government? The monarchies of Europe show more regard lor human rights." What monarchies In Europe, at least where Romanism dominates? This Is an aim at the Public school funds. It showi that some of them sre determined to have the amount of funds that they pay into the Treasury returned to them lo aid In keeping up the parochial schools. 8uch declarations only have a tendency to add fuel to the flames, and the qnestion will doubtless, sooner or later, bare to be settled. If one denomination Is en titled to a share of the school lunds! others will claim the tame right and where will it end? Jcdgb Andkrsox, of Salt Lake City, Utah, rendered a lengthy and well framed decision Saturday against the members ol the Uormon Church, who had taken the endowment , bouse oaths, becoming citizens ol the United State. "Ia his decision be . states - the ground t hit tippotitloa to the admission of such )Jj11omoU to be that the Mormon church Uarul always has beea a treason able oriuilzatlon In Ita teachings and In Its practices hostile lo the government of the United Stales, disobedient to Ita laws and seeking Its overthrow, and that the oath administered to its tnemhera In tha endowment . Loute blodt , them , under penalty of death to Implicit obedience In all thirds temporal, at well as spiritual, to the priesthood arid to avenge the death of the prophets. Joseph and Hiram Smith, upon the government a-id the people of the United : HiNtes. The objections to the tight of there applicants to be admitted to citizenship Introduced eleven witnesses who had been members of the- Mormon church.-, , Several of ihef wit newt had held Hi"' ;t't itlon uf bishop In the church and all Ul gmie through the endowment hotwo uud iiirUuiiuU'U lo ha ceremonies. The 'tffthmwy of ; these wlu.csait. was to the elt'f it thai every' mnmhef ; of ' the , cburclu iin'ct4 to , K1) through the nv dowment bouse and (hat nearly all do to, that marriages are usually solemnized there and that those who are married else where go through the endowment house ceremonies at at early a date thereafter as practicable In order that marital relation shall continue throughout eternity. It was further shown that these ceremonies occupy the greater pat t of a day and In clude the taking of aa oath, obligation or covenant by each that be or the, as the case may be, will avenge the blood of the prophet, Joseph and Hiram Smith, spoa tha government of the United States and will enjola this obligation upon bit or her children Into the third and fourth genera, lions i that be ot aba will obey the priest hood ia all things and will never reveal the secrets of the endowment house under penalty of having their throats cut from ear to ear, their bowels torn out and their hearta cut out of their bodies. The right arm Is annotated that it may be strong to avenge the blood of tha prophets. 1 After reciting tho teachings ot tha Mor mon church at length, the Judge said: "It bat always been and still It the policy of thit government to encourage aliens who Jn good faith come to reside In tills country to become citizens. But when a man of foreign birth comet here and Joint an organization although professedly re hgioua, which require of him an alleg iance paramount to hit allegiance to the government, an organization that im piously claims to be the kingdom of God, to control ita members under hit Immedi ate direction, and yet teaches and practices a system of morals shocking to Christian people everywhere, H It time lor the courts to pause and inquire whether such men at applicant! should be ad mitted to citizenship. The evidence in this case established unquestionably that the teachings, practices and purposes ol the Mormon Church are antagonistic to the government of the United States, ut terly subversive of good morals and the well being ot society, and that its mem bers are animated by a leellng of hostility to the government and Ita laws, therefore aa alien whe ia a member of said Church it not a Bt person to be made a citizen ol the United States." J '. ?,; , , Tha Judge's declilon should meet with the hearty approval ot every true citizen of the United Bute.' A majority of these people may be acting ia good faith, but as linM rolls on they should take meas ure to seek sufficient light to enable them to become law abiding citizens fo the government In which they live. I , -- "l Thk Slat Congress convened Monday, Dee. tod, and elected Thomas B. Reed of Maine, at Speaker. Our owa Major Wm. McEinley came within one of getting there in the caucus vote token on Satur day. The Speaker erect ia a strut r pro tectionist, as be hails Irotn a manufactur ing district, but ot course that can have but little Influence with the vole upon any queetioo ot that nature except in the com mittee rooms. We publish a list of the Speakers from A pril 80, 1789. down to the present time. ' Only thirteen of the State have had the honor of lurnUhlng the first officer of that body. raxNsrxvAMA. F. A. Muhlenberg, Apr. 1, 1780 to Mch. 4, 1791 ; Dec. 2, 1703 to Mcb. 4, 1791 Galusha A. Grow. July 4, 1681 to Mch. 4, 1863. 8. J. Randall, Dec. 4, 1878 to Mch. 4, 1881. OOHHKCTICCT. Jonathan Trumbull, Oct 24. 1791 to Mch. 4,1793. ,' XBW JKHSIT. Jonathan Dayton, Deo. 7, 1793 to Mcb. 8, 1799. William Pennington, Feb. 1, 1800 to Mch. 4, 1861. MASSACHUSETTS. , Theodore Sedgwick, Deo. 2, 1799 to Mch. 4,1801. J. B. Vsrnum, Oct 28, 1807 to Mch. 4, 1811. Robt C. Wlnthrop, Dec. 6, 1847 to Mch. 4, 1840. N. P. Banks, Feb. 2, 1856 lo Mch. 4, 1857. XmiTCCKT. Henry Clay, Nov. 4, 1811 to Jan. 19, 1814; Dec 4, 1815 to May 15, 1820; Dec. 1, 1823 to Men. 4, 1825. John White, May 81, 1841 to Mcb. 4, 1843. Linn Boyd, Deo. 1, 1851 to Mch. 4, 1853. J. G. Carlisle, Dec. 8, 1883 to Mch. 4, 1889. SOUTH CAROUKA. Langdon Cbevea, Jan. 19, 1814 to Mch. 4, 1815. J. 1 Orr. Dec. 7, 1857 to Mch. 4, 1859. HEW TOHK. J. W. Taylor, Nov. 15, 1820 lo Mch. 4, 1821 ; Dec 5, 1823 to March 4, 1827. VIRQIXIA. P. P. Barbour, Dec. 4, 1821 to Mch. 4, 1828. Andrew Stevenson, Dec. 8, 1827 to June 2,1834. R M. T. Hunter, Deo. 16, 1839 to Mch. 4, 1841. J. W. Jones, Dec. 4, 1848 to Mch. 4, 1845. TXKKKSSKn. John Bell, June 2. 1884 to Mch. 4, 1835. James K. Polk, Deo. 7, 1835 to Mch. 4, 1839. ISDIAKA. J. W. Davis, Dec. 4,1845 to Mch. 4, 1847. Scbuykr Colfax, Dec 7, 1803 to Mch. 4, ' 1869. .'-.,'. M. C. Kerr, Dec. 6,1875 to Aug. 20. 1878. Jtmet G. Blaine, Mcb. 4, 1809 to Mch. 4, r 1875. ...i ... ,. .i . -. -... T, B. Read, Dec. 2, 1889. ' ' ' i ; ' ' OHIO. .' ,' ' " J. W. Kelfer, Doe. 5, 1881 to Mch. 4, 1883. 1 r, .,wmot..-' i -.(V-mui Howell Cobb, Dee, 23, 1849 to Mch. 4, 1851. !l suflered wits' pain in my tide iud back for four weeks, the fialn being so severe tt to keep nn in ld, tionhl uAmovei I tried Salvation Oil'-end'-It completely cured tne and t air now well and fro frhm all Dale. :H. HUBERT MibMHII. 149 'V;..v.'52PttTt Alloyi BiUta. Md. i -. . ,. . . . . , Newt from tho County Seat. The court of common pleas l skill ' la session. Civil and criminal buslnoai dis posed of at followti - ,y .8 J Butman a Henrf Norton et el money, only ; Continued. ' j, '5, Ana Ward vs Wn Ward, divorce: coin ttwed.1 If fj i I z j s v (Wm .ft Bryant va Atlantic Stone Co money and attachment; continued. '. B S Wright vs Wm-H 8spetal, money only t continued. ' .Jamei 'Davis A Co v E J Goodrich" at al, money only j continued. ' i Harriet M 8utton vtE J Goodrich et al, money only; continued. A' Scbiappacaasa vs Wm - Brokaw, money only; continued. ' ' V . A K Allya n Clttneni Mutual Belief Association, money only ; continued: 'Ji Eliza E Warren vt 8 B Dudley, money hly ; continued, "i ,J j' "? , . J Victoria Whitney va Hugh P Whitney, to recover pceaeanea of real estate, etc : Judgment tor plaintiff, V :; , , ! Ezeklel Arnold at al azecutort rt John Bremen et al, money foreclosure and equitable relief continued. ; Edwin Bernent vs Hiram Bement et al, partition f premises r-' appraised fl Edwin Bernent electa to take premises at'tie appraised talne ' t j ' : Laura "A Champney vs "Albert I Champney at al, money and -foreclosure of mortgage; default, decree tee Journal. Ruth Whitney -vt Hiram K House, money only, malicious prosecution; ver dict for plaintiff; $500. wpr. . 5 Susannah Sprtgga va the village of Oberlln, money only; continued. Maria Evana vt Matthew Evans, di vorce) divorce granted on payment of cosU.'t :i .: -:': v-'.'.;.' " Henry Wagner ta John Franka, money only; settled and costs paid, I M B Starr va Arthur Starr, divorce; di vorce granted and chance of name, . - CO Hampton vs Jamea Nichols, for re covery of persoaal property; continued. L B Smith va C A Cox et al, money, foreclosure of mortgage and equitable re lief; continued. ' - Wealthy BilUngef Tt Joseph B Clarke at al, executor, to contest a will j con tinued. Giaftoa Stone Co vs the Tlppectaoe Stone Co, money and attachment i Judg ment for plaintiff $86485. ' " BophU L Bank vt Jam J Harrlt, di vorce; dismissed at plaintiff's costa . . Caroline A Rhodes vt Solon A Rhodes et al, to cancel deed and Injunction, etc; settled. Oa thT-rlminal 'docket the following business hu been disposed of : " Ohio vs Fred Downey aad George Stein, grand larceny. George 1 Stein plead guilty of petit, larceny. v , ., ,'. Ohio Vt Spencer Cone burglary; plead guilty sentence one year In penitentiary. Dhlo vt Frank' Donnelly, msllclout de struction ol property; plead guilty; sen tence, fine $20 and costs and committed until paid. :' . Ohio vs John Howard, obtaining prop erty by false pretences; plea changed to jullt7, sentence, flue $10 and costs and stand committed until fine and costs are paid. - Ohio vs Albert Hall, entering dwelling bouse In day time with Intent to steal, plea guilty; sentence, fine $50 end costs end stand committed until fine and costs are paid. Committed to workhouse 1 dsy. Ohio vs Maggie Zimmerman, selling liquor en Sunday to a minor and to a person in the habit of getting Intoxicated; changed her plea to guilty; sentence, $50 fine and 15 days In workhouse. Sentence to workhouse suspended until further order of this court. Ohio vs Joseph Burkart, selling liquor to a minor; changed his plea to guilty; sentence, $100 and costs, stand committed until fine and costs are paid. Ohio vs Peter Morlcger, assault and battery; plea guilty, sentence, fine $25, committed until fine and costs are paid. Ohio vt Frederick Hudson, burglary; plea guilty; sentence one year la peni tentiary. WANTED A situation In private fam lly by a middle aged lady who understands til kinds f housework. Na 1 euhu and ironer, and can come well recom menced. Address editor of Tmb Ester. rnisa, or box 751. Wellington, O. "Water! "Watorl If to, call od or iddrwi U,7 W ,-i JU V. IE! Si ji . WELLINGTON.' i7C ' ' i t m t , I am tlnklnS()xleliK);Aijl,f rriullii water or no pa, for SLJf pas' foot In deith. Walled with best hand brick. Price rrdarcd ken HQiwanetlf water;--'- - Yon Need aM ,( V iv.i.'' I ) t V" r- f -; ". 'f,':' 'i t- $ K - M f t M ft 6 i V h ( " t'l ,';.'.A.,fi ,i-ftti-? tni nt.-oi. l.'iVV :nti 1 ,t lUi'J .e'dVV -, 'V n mi w m m -it-' i t . . . ti r: -n v 'i . t-:. - u i. CLOAKS ! ,1 - i 1 ( it ! J . ( Our M of Gloats IS NOW The Largest AND MOST COMPLETE : , -it: cv . .r Wn ever Lad, oonsiflting of all ' ; 1 kind and ihapM in ' ' 1 ' - ' ..,'' :n . j. ,! i ... . ... c aawak aVB ' aVa'aTJt' jVa sVHBa SJBSKV 0M Cloth and other varieties. Also A" LARGE I IINE OF JACKETS! OF Latest Style AND SHAPE. We have made Prices on them so low that 7e Defy CoBipetiuon! CLOAKS t ' ' CLOAESt CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS I PL OAK! LilDIJimiiCO. '. '' r.r Utit'J Vi;.l tOiJ OU. S' v,i.fii.uvj.niTai VI '-el"J rtlLAJ fl '. ' - v.;i.-. i. I-. :" i, e. f-- .V Siv3t i !?,,--! - vi ' , , . - .,. -. '; ' !iu . s ': ,. . i ..K :.,n -.,, i , . ..' t'-i.. ' . ' t . -k 1 'i'.'..::. it i: - ' l ,!: .-. 1.. , ... I I'l-l . ". ' MIS 1'H,..i i -iii- -is -".f.'i I'i'l i I '.;!'. (. J .l, .U:li'.i.-.1 1.1- Ve .arD . preparing (on i.,,i-:.ti.iu i i at i.,iia: ti i tea t.;i n 'i vnl'-i ,.t i'-.u!i.- ;.i..' .'t .-! ' i f y 1 .( .l 11. Km ,.i it r ,-!-i'--)'.i ; ii! Our etock of;Miifflers; leckwear and all kinds of Gents Furnishing Goods is immense, and in regard to prices, we are the only Cloth iers in Wellington who will per mit a customer to take any article from stock and ; compare quality and price with petitors before E. E. GOODRICH, Olothior. - WZeZtZtSTCTOXT. O. . i . "Do You e Coat, Pair Will sell you 25 per cent less than regu lar prices. Ladies' Cloaks At cut prices. Don't wait until after the hol idays. Now is the time to buy them. BOOTS, SHOES Are awful cheap. Call and be convinced, at the store of Wm. Rininger. One of the best testimonials to the value of the Estey Organs is the fact that, notwithstanding the very many Organ enterprises that have been started by ambitious em pi oyes of the Estey s, the business of this original maker continues to grow. It is the largest reed Organ Factory in the world and turns out a completed organ every eight minutes each day, . " ' , ' WM; VISCHER SON. Roofing j .1 ktii frepared id dd Blatlrigiof the best graces of Slate I if ati ftrtri Siilinry' nut vrria VJ IK'I o t III! IK' It'll US IIIO JjIliC'rprinC -OllK'O. -- ioji...i; nl . vv.ir fw. t (' ''I -. ( ,'"'?'.,'i. .' I ' " ' J . ... . . I . "'..' ', ".5 ,;' i - ' . ' ' ;'' ; ' ' ;.' , ' . ' i 1 ''' . . I. I L .in i j .vvi'"ii ; ...n"' Uf I-,. .'til V , i!" "!,)" .1, ...i .1 ,l"l IV l! ti-t1'"' ''' "''.'' 1 !! " U '' ' I HI r. i-r ' t , i. i' i '.; ol !''i'ij l i i- j - ii ' -'. I win, :l c hi: i-il ii- i" M I . .. In.-, i i : ?.,i L .v. i- iii;i' ; ' . i "'i ..:m. .j,.,.,,- ,i, , . .j.w i-i i- r. those of our com- purchasing. . ' i. i i i ; 1 , .- - )- . I i Want a Pants, Vest? and Newmarkets. and RUBBERS VKBS and Siding. ., , i r- I '- r I 'f. : rnnmrnl All rtr worfnntnil I ll' li'f 1 I I 1-1 I' nil i ' MIa 'i V Ast I at V vfi ' f)..4 it