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THE ENTERPRISE DECEMBER 25, 1889.
Mm Presents ! WELLINGTON, OHIO. THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. Smith, Proprietor. where the ' burden ot correspondence arises. The people have to be taxed to pay for Just such unnecessary work. . Washington Letter. From onr Begolsr Correspondent. Washington, Dec 80, 1886. , AND Entered at th Post-office at Wellington M , Beeond Class matter, aoooralnsj to Statute. OneYear ...... StxHonths n Three Months..., 49 lAmrti.iiM. inwnu nar line, each lnMitlon. 8pac and Colnmn Bates made known on eppll nation. Thb State Auditor reportt nine thous and six hundred saloons In the State run nine at .full blast. Thla Is an excellent advertisement for the Buckeye State. Th b Savannah, Ga, Dally Times glveB an extended account of bow General Sher man entered the city on the evening ol Deo. 24, 1864. The account closes bv say. Ing it "caused the greatest Joy in the north nd corresponding gloom in the South." Tbs Democrat Senatorial pot has begun to boil ouite lively. Mr. Brice wants to lead In the race but there appears to be a little drawback horn corners he was not expecting. We would be very much pleased to have the Democracy seat Mr. Bilce but we are satisfied that be will get badly left In the rear. , Tub usual, gubernatorial ball will likely be indulged in at Columbus after the In auguration oi Governor-elect Campbell. In 1871, on the occasion of the inaugura tion of Governor Allen, the retiring and incoming rulers were physically Incapacl. ated for participating In the ball; the former had an artificial limb, and the latter on account of his seventy-eight yean. The present ones are physically ab to take a part in the awing If they to desire. A communicator to the Elyrta Repub. lican is trying to convince Its readers that the county Is In need of a new Jail. We have lust completed paying fort temple of Justice, and it Is not at all likely that the tax payers will feel like going dox-n Into their pockets and hand ing out fifty or seventy thousand dollars to emct a palaos for Jail birds. A few repairs oa the present structure which can be made at a trilling cost will place it in condition lor many years of actual terries Thi noted pike case of County Com missioners of Huron county against cer. tain citizens of Korwalk was decided in the Supreme Court last week In favor of the county. In 1884 the commissioners were petitioned to construct a pike east from the city, later on a few property owners conceived the Idea that it would be a good plan to refuse to pay the assess ments and make the county foot the bill The county will hove to pay the counsel tees, but the fertile minded citizens will be compelled to pay .assessments, costs, and attorney fees. Served them right Hit. W. M. Greens has been ap pointed General Manager of the Bea Line. The object of consolidating se many lines tinder one management is to reduce service expenses in the way of abandon- Im a number of general offices, but b the number of offices created nnder the new management It looks as though the stockholder would observe an Increase ol salaries in that direction, instead of a de crease. Each division has a Superintend eot and subordinate officers the same w tutforiL and now the' consolidated lines have a President, Vice-President, General Manager. General and Assistant General Superintendent . The Buckeye State fared pretty well in making up the committees of the Lower House. McKlnleywas appointed to the Chairmanship of the Ways and Means Committee i Ezra B. Taylor on the Jodlcl- ery; J. D.Taplor on the Liquor Traffic Benjamin . Butterworth on Patents) Robert Kennedv on Enrolled Bills. Our Representatives were all nicely rccog. nixed except Mr. Wlckham, of the 14th District Hla name appears second on Weights and Measures, sixth on Com aseroe, and third on Private Land Claims. Eve the new members from the new State were put ahead of him. Mr. Wick ham should bave been placed on the . Judiciary, Banking. Rivers and Harbors, or some other equally important Com- mlttee. Speaker Reed baa evidently over looked our rights at we see them. Evkbttbimo indicates that the mem' hers ot the lower House of Congress will vote to supply themselves with a clerk, It 1 claimed that the volume of corre spondence received dally from their con stituent Is too much of a burden upon them to look after. Now w have accord log to the last census one hundred and thirty thousand people in this Congress ional District which comprises the conntiei of Huron, Lorain, Richland, and Ashland. There is only one harbor to look after In the entire district Now If it i necessary to petition or remonstrate, such is done by the whole people or certain number in a community, this all can he done without extra correspondence, Therefore, there is but llttje left to com mnnicate gwlth our Representative about that Interests the general public, hence mtr Renresenlattve should be relieved from any unnecessary correspondence Rni the irrand secret hss . not been mentioned yet: There appear to, be oortain number in this district who are . constantly looking after something promote their personal Interests; this Becretary Noble has been listening to the big delegation of Sioux Indian chiefs this week, and they have told what they need to complete their happiness. By the way these expressed wishes show very clearly that the big chiefs are pretty much like their white brothers. One said the Government ought to give each of them about f 30 to buy Christmas presents to carryback to, their wives and families; and another, who seems to have good political material In him, told Mr. Noble that a mistake was being made in the style of ploughs now being Issued to the Indians. He thinks they should bave the kind that have wheels, so that all the operator will have to do will be to sit up and drive all day. It was Intended that the Connresslonal holiday recess should have begun yester day, but at the request of Speaker Reed, who wishes to announce the rest of the committees before adjournment, the date was chanced to Saturday, when a recess will be taken until January 0. The Senate has practically taken its recess, as there is not a quorum present today nor Is there likely to be tomorrow. A concurrent resolution has been passed by both Houses authorizing the Inter national Maritime conference to sit until March 1, 1800, if necessary to complete its business. The President has given out quite a formidable lot of Christmas present in the shape ot appointments this week. It take very little to manufacture a newspaper sensation in Washington. The President and hi son were out driving in a buggy the other afternoon, when the hone fell down and broke th shall A gentleman, who happened to be passing that time, took the President into his carriage and carried him to the White House, leaving Russell Harrison to patch np the broken vehicle and bring It in, which he did later. No foundation for a sensation, one would think, in such a simple occurence. But the Washington correspondent telegraphed colnmn of graphic description of "the President's miraculous escape from a violent death" etc. to their papers that night The Senate Poat-offloa committee has made a favorable report on the resolution offered by Senator Mitchell calling on the Postmaster General for estimates of the cost of extending the tree delivery system to towns of.8,000 and 6,000 inhabitants A deficiency bill appropriating $150,000 lor the Government twintlng offlce and $250,000 for preliminary printing lor the census bureuu, has been passed by Con gress. The Senste committee on Territories hit. decided to make a favorable report, Immediately after the recess, on the bills to admit Wyoming and Idaho a States, and It looks now very much ss if both these Territories would get in duriog th present Congress, The House ha passed a tesolutlon auth orizing a $5,000 reward for 8llcott'i arrest but ii bss not been decided who shall lose the money Sllcott msde away with. The crowded condition of the Captiol building baa sirsln brought up 'he ques tion of ereclilng a nw building for the Supremo Court. It I badly needed, and there should be only one opinion on the subject Our Supreme Court ha been called the greatest legal tribunal In the world, and It should hold its sessions in the finest court room in the world. . Scribner's Magazine for January be gins lie lourth year and seventh volume with the promise that during the current year It will follow it well-approved course of printing articles of Interest in themselves, by writers who really have something to ssy; and of aiming that great variety shall be secured rather than that any single undertakings shall monop- 611ie its space. W. C. Brownell,the author of "French Traits," contributes his notes and Impresslonsof "The Parts Exposition" j-collocstlng them with reference to the political significance of the celebration, to its features as a great spectacle, to the place ol lb Eiffel Tower in the general hlan, lo the interest of the variegated and strange pictures presented by the Orient, ud to the wonderful display of tb world's art, 'but especially the art of Franc. The writer also make appllcaf n of the French successes to our necessities In organizing an Mhlbltlon for 1803. . i , ..' " ' 1 , . Singing Noies In the ears, sometimes s roaring buzzing sound are caused by catarrh, that exceed- Infly disHrvebie ana very common dis ease. Loss ot smell or bearing also result from catarrh. Hood's Samparills, the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly suc cessful remedy for this disease, which it cures by purifying the blood. If you suf fer from catarrh, try Hood's Barsaparllla, the peculiar medicine. EnglUh Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blein. isbes from horses. Blood spavin, curbs splints, sweeney, ring-bone, stifles, spruins sll swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save 50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful blemish cure ever knnwo Sold by E. W. Adam. Druggist, Welling ton, O. 49iv",4S. r:niitn at II "Kiiiee.ii !. IMS imuvuvu fix It tjajf a IA I I ' . .. .u . A.. I The Chief Beaseai tor the great sue. eess of Hood's 8araaparllla Is found In the article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the (act that Hood's Barsaparllla actually ae. eomplUhes what is claimed tor it, is what nil glren to this medicine a popularity and sale greater thin that ot any other sarsapa- ii ii rllla or blood pari- Merit WII1S Her before the publls. Hood's Birsapirllla eures Scrofula, Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsls, Sick Headache, Biliousness, overcomes Thai Tired Feeling, ereates an Appetite, strength'' ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole Bysusv. Um41 taraparllla is sold bjrall dhif. gists. i;iUforSA Prepared by 0.1. Hoes t Co.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Haas. "The Leading Ladles' Home Paper." Surelv. no other recommendation thin the followlns list of contributors Is neeessarr to eonvloee our readers that In home papers, Thi HoussKSirst. pubiisnea semi-moniniy at Min nmDolls. Minnesota. Is bv all odds the test "Notesloa Housekeeping," lor the November number is maae up oi snewnes or rs. rrwn dent Harrison, Mrs. Ex-ttorernor Martin, Mrs. Senator Iniralls, Mrs. senator Morgan, Mrs, Senator Bate, Mrsjohn Sherman, Mrs. J. P. Richardson, and Mrs. B. r. Bovaer. f hir currant UMimML- aevoteo to me rci entlOa, Social, News and Artlstie topics of the Car, is tiled with matter unsurpaaaod b Cen tury, Bcnoners or uarpsrsi Jkmiiy nununi ton Miller expresses, in an able article, her views ot Women Wage-workers. Canadian readers will be particularly interested In Judge Mahonej'S Notes on Annexation. Pro- lemor Bradley on uompuison naucanon aayi: "Efforts should be made by teachere, the pub He press, and all friends of Intelllceaee and good eltlxenshlp to retain pnplls in school until they ean be really educated, aad that a law to enforee attendanoe should be pasted without delay." A not les interesting article r A Fie 4 tor Kick Women," by rrances Shaw. The writer. In speaalngel the many charitable Institutions founded and carried on py Mrs uulncy A. bhaw. oi Doeien, ases inn beautiful sentiment: "If all endowed with wealth used the gifts of fortune as wisely as she, the problems now agitating society snd threatening to andermloe our social system, would be easily solved, the great gulf between the rteh and poor wouia ne narrower, ana in ilaoe of the preeent rancors aaa jealousies, a 'eel In i of mutual respect and good will would exist." Tin pnUultn inform tu Ami tar rupptw f timilar mntttr kru Sew. trramfdor and lUl Ik Uouteketvr will M MMr laae trtr bror. ' Tk lhmmAtr Utk number will U -extorkr ffyo er t m tuUa-ibtr, nxl Ira lt fe lU pMuktrt aaa muntion our puptr, mud rtm ill llalneptr for 8 moulk (6 mtumbm) at mat rrfular priot l SO jwr ir. . t, Legal Motto. The8tsteot Ohio, 1 1n the Conrt of Common Lorain Connty.'SB.J Picas. ,. Lola A.Oiborn. Plaintiff, ) Petition jural nut ",r .' 4 ' Clark P. OTborn. Defend't) Divorce. The defendant la nreny notinea mat nr plalutlll above named has fllfd.ln the office f the Clerk ot the Court, ber petition focinv force, theeustedyof minor child, and oiuluv hie relief. She chunret the defendant with gross neglect of duty aud being wilfully absent from ner lor more man me turee years iaai past- Said charge will be for hearing at the next term of said Court, which will be holdnn at the Court house In Klfiia on the 'Mh day of January next BfJ.T. H apk bll, Oj Ait f lor riainiui. Dated this 23d day ot December, A- D-. ltxtt. Wotloe of Dluolatlon. Notice Is hereby liven that the Irrn of Bar rett k Walte have this day dltaulred partner- shlpbymutaal consent, Mr It. K Barrett being the retiring partner. Mr. B.U. Walte will con tinue to conduct the bnnlnem at the old stand, and will receipt for all claims due the firm, nil mi ell nulatAbdlflK oblliMMonB. 11. B. BARRETT. Wellington. 0.. Dec. 10, -SS. K.ll. WA1TK. XsUee of Appointment. tRiTi or main a. oivisoa. ntcsisu. ' The undersigned has been appointed and quahned as executor oi me estate ol Miram B, Davison, late of Wellington, Lorain Couuty, Ohio, dereaeed. Dated this 2nd day ot December, A. D. m J.T. HAbKKLL. A CARD. J. H. Knlsrly, the old pioneer shirt man, will be In Wellington on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of this week. It you wsnt some perfect fitting shirts, drop him a card, or see him and be will take your measure and order. . OVERLOAD OF FURNITURE. E. P. French & Co., 88 Prospect St, Cleveland, are overloaded with handsome, medium and low priced furniture. Latest designs and lowest prices. 1 Bee What The well-known manager of excursions lo Washington, California, and the Wblt Mountains. I. A. Whitcomb, savs: I bav never had anything do me an much good as your Sulphur Bitters. It is tb best spring medicine I ever used. I would advise all who suffer from biliousness and dys pepsia to use Sulphur Bitters, u I kdow they cured roe. r .: V .' SALESMET3 To mdymi lor Um Ml of KurMry Sldek. CtMrtwamnlntrndint srusrmtlt4. Kss 1 m ea wa il fTTiiiiM pal4 to lueoMfu! men. Apply t U.-frdnSk St. I Ouosj iwuui mvuiMM ml IE. HCmiT, T HAMLIN POST, O. tie. G.A.R. , WEUIHGTON. OHIO. Meets on the Sd ant4tk Wednes day evening of eatli month.. . Post room in flhalilAn'tninnlr. M. W. Lang, Commander. ' T. HaaVell, Adjutant. Holiday (foods! Below we enumerate a few that we want to Bell. Albums from o0o. to 3.75. Ladies' Dressing Caaes, 1.35 to 8 50. Ladles' Hanpkerchlef and Glove Boxes, l.OOtoi.10. , Genu' Collar and Cuffs, elegant, 1.00 per set. Gents' Combination Collar and Cuffs, 1.60 to 2.50. Gents' Shaving Sets, 1.50 to 8.00. Ladies' riusti work itoxea, boo. to i.ou. Ladles' flush H'dk'i Boxes. 15o to 'J .00. Manicure Sets, from S5o to 3.00. Gents' Elegant Smoking Sets, SOcto J.00. Klegint flush card Cases. Sots of Nut Pick and' Cracker in flush Boxes, from 3.00 to 3.60 Sets Silver Nut Pioks, from 40o to 1.00. Elegant Silver Smoking Sots, 1.35. Elegant Plush and Iirass Standi, trom 3.36 to 6.00. Hand Mirrors, from SO to T5 cents. Trlpple Mirrors, elegant, from 1.46 to 3.00. . Bonbon Boxes, from 25c to 1.35. Elegant Bronze Vase. Crlbbage Board. Brass Coal Hod. Elegant Writing Pad, ltfo to 1.40. Plush Scrap Books. Paper Cutter of all kinds. Silver Pepper and Bait. Silver Toothpick Holders. Elegant Line of Ferfumery, 4 bottle for 31 cents. Oxidized Sliver Smoking Sets. Frenoh Plate Mirrors. Brass Tea-kettles. Pocket books, 35o to 1.75. Calling Card Cases. Brass Plaques. Dolls. Elegant Ink Wells. Basnet powder. Shoe Blacking Sets. Ue.tlemen's Trsvellng Cases. China Silk.' . Throws aod Plush Ornament. Scrsp Albums. Writing Desks. Seeley's Tooth Paste. Banner Kods. Bracelets. Beads. Silk Handkerchiefs. Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered Handkerchief. Ladle and Gent' Neck Scarfs. Ladles' Muffs and .Boae. Children's Muffs and Boas. Towel Racka, Brass Whisk Broom Holders. Booklets and Christmas Cards. Scene on the Hudson River. ,. . . Views from Lake George. j Selections from Gray's tiegy. Woodlands and Pastures Barn. Golden Buttercups. Songs of Birds. Kbyming uaienaara. Landscape Studies. In the Harbour. Vnnnff Prnla. Calendar for 1890, with artistic selections for each month In the year. IN OUR Crockery Dep'tm't WB HAVE Chocolate Pots, Rose Jars, Pot-pourri, Cracker Jars, Piano Lamps, . Banquet Lamps, Stand Lamps, ' Library LampB, . Hall Lamps, Student Lamps, -Tea Sets, . Dinner Sets, ' "Water Sets, , ,.. .Qnldren's Sets, China Plates, Lamp Shades, ' Altcr-dinner Coffees Vases, Oyster Plates, f ruit Hates, Berry Sets, Ice-cream Sets, Celery Dishes, ! Olive Dishes, Pickle Dishes, Bread and Milk Sets, Oatmeal Sets, ... Cups and Saucers, "'. Fruit Dishes, , Finrrer Bowls, ; Water Bottles ;7e are preparing for: C HEIST M AS Our stock of Mufflers, Neckwear, and all kinds of Gents Furnishing Goods is immense, and in regard to prices, we are ers in Wellington who will per mit a customer to take any article from stock and compare quality and price with those of our com petitors before purchasing. E. eG00DRI0H, OlotMor; WT.T.TTTGTOIT. O. AND BOOKLETS. Christmas Larger Stock, Finer Goods, Lower Prices , ever The Newest Old Favorites in J. W. HOUGHTON'S. Tennyson's Day Dream, in a lair Uountry, A Book of Old Ballads. Europe Illustrated, Grandma s Attio Treasures, TlsvstV stf at Mm My Faith Looks Up to Thee, My Did .Kentucky Home, . Off the Weather Bow, Miscellaneous Books. All of Carleton's Poems. Bed . ard Poets. Poems in Leather and Fancy Bindings. Late Works of Fiction and Travel. Bibles in Great Variety. Dictionaries and Cyclopedias. Diaries, Pocket-books and Card Cases. HiBtory, Biography, Essays, Sets of Books. Juvenile Books. ; Much theLargcst and Choicest Stock, and the Cheapest ever shown . . . in Wellington. . Optical and Art Goods. Albums, of aU ndarand every variety of Goods usually sold in a Drug ana Book Store. the only Cloth- Gift Books! than before. Publications And Rich Bindings At Days Serene, Dore's Bible Gallery, Purgatory and Paradise, The Boyhood of Christ, Curfew Will Not Ring To-night, King Out Wild Bells, . Marching Through Georgia, The Bwanee Error, ' Log Book Notes. Line and Household Editions. Stand-