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'" '. , "" - ' ,-v. 1 1 : . W ' . , , . CtfVElAND, U.. , l-:iV, H V " ? !l fi h fN""' ; ' 7CAL SOS? A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interest of Lorain, County and Vicinity. WELLINGTON, LORAIN-COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 1890. VOL. XXIV. NO. 13- HE i ; A! i THE ' ENTERPRISE, Published every Wednesday, at WELLINGTON, OHIO. t . Terms of SwbsorltitioBi One Year Bit Month!.... Three Months.. , 75 , 40 J. J. THOMAS, . kf annfacturar Of And Oul.f la Monuments 5 Tombstones Evervthlna pertaining to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prices to suit the times. PLANING MILL. D. L. WADSWOBTH A CO., htanafactnr.r. nf ind dealer. In Door Suh, and Blind Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol a specialty Lumber, Lath, Shingle, Battens, Mould. trigs ana Flooring, eiaing maae buu our face Planing done to order on short no tic WELLINGTON, 0. WIT ,; , ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, J.T.HASKELL. ATIOiKT-AI-lAW uiHOUEI PUBUC. Loans and Collectlona maoo a ip' . Office In bank building. - J. H. DICKSON, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, laud solicitor of American and Foreign MTl OATTtTlV ,wmSS55T- ohio. COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL! Combination is Strength ; Dr. H. E- Warren, Office and residence In Poet office build in. Calls answered at all hours in city or country. Onto Hour. 2 to 5 p. m. NOTARY PUBLIC. It.' M. L. BUSH St CO Would reipeettull: ly of Wellington cbat th II. NWjl3Snti prepared to take orde tor a tnd leirl manner, uamiwompi i th lowe ,,,,, prioe id. toot and abo. stora. your patronage sollcltei an anuounce to the eltlzens ey are now oil deck, and lor all Kinas 01 will sell lor prices. A share ol M.L.BUBH 4 CO. DENTI818. T J. HOI.BIlOOli, Danti.t. umoe over 1 . UiiatxT. ilora. In Bank BulldlM. r.lllnrtnn. Ohln. NIIKIUB Slid. ffU BdlBlD- Stand for tb atraotloa r imio. OawUlle'. Art Pery.-Ploture. In M 6poll Rttention pid to alrKjog ta0nfa . tip & 1 I . n jl a Anwl tiff ffawiTM Alffl Ana. or nawr vfoiwr. u , " nintuma. Old negatives all preaervsd and uu . plicate, ran be bad at an ti Bowlbf Unit's grocery. CHRISTIE & BENNETT mancfactuhirs or CABBIAGE8, WAGONS AND 8LKIGU8 or itui DitecBipnoH . EEPAIBINO A SPECIALTY. -1- Pletnraa of aU kinds. Finest wdVk and Ute.t . a sttles. CoDTlm and enlarging in vrayon, ma and Pastel. Bpeelal attenUon to the bable. Oroalor'a Blook, WolUngton, O. 0. E. SUTLIFF, DZAZiSn Z2T COAL Antliraolte, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 amlnatlon at Wellington last Saturday. Mrs. M. D. Smith, of Wellington, Is pending a few days with her daughter. Mrs. Lepba Hasklns. Frank Lelnlnger moved into the house on the hill east of Lashell'i corners last week. John Lelnlnger was out from Cleveland visiting friends last week. . Mrs, Jennie Perkins is visiting In town. Mr. Gardner's family have moved back Irom Penfleld. C. A. Chaoman was on the street last week, be has been sick several weeks. Mr. Gardner goes to the Sprague Tinlni:nnp miiAh nf mxr nroTi'mifi afonlr nf I tory every day with a load of milk. xuviuumg vi "J a a v t a v Mra. Mary Hutchinson I. vinitlng her brothers Theodore and Walter Dlrlam. Having placed the clothing stock bought of the A. M. Fitch estate in my own store we shall Continue the Slaughter ! PHY8ICIANS. R. HATHAWAY M. D. PECIALTlBMl Kectal dUau.a and diMAM. of th. kladd.rand kldoar.. I'llM.BlcerAlloa of th. rect.m, S.lult n ana, Suara. 4 all praralllng dlMAw. of tit cum traawd bj aa lmprol ttilWi without pain or delaotlon from ba.lnea. UUsauw of Um bladdw and kidney.treatjd only aftof a eanf nl and propM analy.l. of tb. nrln.. Offlc. In Wellington, O OBKRL1N. ArrlTCdalrr.tKIOa. Dapait, I M f. m . Hl'KTlNOTOrl WI.'LMV Afl kai POLK. trrlv. Uliy. II :w w npan. I - Clothing. We shall put WINTER ; GOODS, Much of it below first cost. These goods are not old shop-worn truck stuff, they are FRESH AND CLEAN I sling no mud, simply say Competition must stand aside un til these goods are sold. Now don't say you have seen just such advertising before and nothing came from it, but look at our prices and you will buy. Every sale tells the truth of my state ment. : One-Price Slaughter Sale. W."W. HAHYEY. PENF1ELD. Arrive daily,0 a.m. Depa Carp.atvr Block VETEBINABY SUBOEON. R. G. HOLLAND, Orders received at Telephone Exchange and at F. D. Felt's drug store. O rad uate Toronto Veterl nary College, class '17 . C- 3S CO.. t 0KNHRAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire. Life. Accident and Tornado. The best eompaule. In th. United btatrs repre sented by ua. Office north aide Liberty street second ftn.r Wadaw.rtb block. ISltf L. B. PRATT, Urn Surgeon' and Dentist. Over twenty-five years of practice. Orders I received at Adam.' and Houghton', drug I store.. Horse, atllltaken for treatment at my stab), on Courtlaud Annua. -a JEWLEES. ' HAMLIN POST, , o. tit, G.A.R. WUIHGT0N.: 1 i.ulr. Mvet. nn the tit .nil t'ti prtnr- ri'Vl.'-PjJh. , Post roam IR Bheldon'sBlock C. Sag., Commander. C. N. Cbil.tl., Adjutant. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. J.tf.-WIOHT,-Sole Agent,' Uri.--.ft.r.i.t wm ,.w.u. Dealer In Clockj, Watches, Jeweixy, tsu. I . . central btahdakd TIME. terware, Qold Pens, No. B.PtibUc Sanarrf. Wellington, Ohio. . aV, E. H. WAIT; . . OINO WT. Ho a-Cla.AOol'.Bi Mo. outb WMlan na No ll-N.Y. Ht.L. Kx (o. 17 voiumous aocom. no.- .riutiai AA......(..V. ........ Mo.ll-LocalFrnght OOIWO IA8T. No 9-5lghi ft ho.S-CIvelud Aewm... No. IS Sooth Wwtoro Bl.. No. a Cincinnati m wktco h.... Hoia-LoeairntiJIt . l:Sla. 11:06 p.m. !:fD m. ; &:p.mJ , tlii.a, , lilflaVnt. 8:a. m. , l:Sp.m. , :.m. l:00p.m. Livery and Feed Stable. Z:: .nth Side Mechanic Street, first loor east of American Honee. "iAAaCMOOloHORTMArtO, lied teachm. Tborongh work. Modm BMtk T Ifrm . 4 pea . M per cent, of gra'tuaU. la nonnana, 'rvo For UU IpoiUloaa. Commerd.l, Bl . loi m. waetical KnrlUb Cr , addnaa H-b-Mmdilb, rria, .aadnakyA Pratt & Herrick, m mo no new -nou. i-e delivery to any part ol the corpor . Kallroaq gtref . weinnpon, v. it. Lolsett's Memory Bystera Is I liii; greater Interest thaa ever in all i nf tli.i country, and persons wUulnt nror. tb.lr memory should Mad lor nro.iwwhn tre a avettWel In an-1 111 U'lll. i LASS &1S EA1LE0A2). AXD CleTflland U Marietta E. B. from and sfl.rD!.t, llW.tral.awlllpai.W.ll lagtoa a. iouow. t . ' OOIHO CAST Standard Tim. Ho. i ; ".M.--" No. 5 10.66a.m. So V...... .18p.m No.l I...V......... . Mo.1T (Local) I.e.m. Boiwa wsor. Hol.. lo...... ',. Ho. 8.... I'lr"' Mo, g.OSp.m Ha. 18 (Local) 120 p.m. H... 1 .8 end I dally .taw .any .1 . B.na.r . Parthari foramioalarrardt. this tin. will foa4.aar.t. Mi Catiered It Our Special CorresBO&ientt. All About the Happening and Special EvenU in their Immediate Vicinity. LITCBFIELU. March 24. W. Sherm Booth i going to Cleveland to live the coming summer. Frank Woods h.a been in Cleveland a few days seeking a position, lie reports help plenty and places scarce. E. A Stranahan has been In th. city a few days on buslnees. A few friends gathered at Anthony Blrsnahan's Tbuisdny evening to eat warm ugr. . GUI Sears snlj a large HKk of sheep which he sheared about two weeks ago, at (to. The flock averaged 117 lbs. per biad. lien. Canfleld Is painting scenery for the nlav that U to be given in the near - j future. ' . The wlod blew a gale on Friday. At least the gun club say so, and by the score we are inclined to think It did blow some when some nf them shot, wb n they could only score 8 out of a pHlble of 100. The owl hunter is now, relieved of his duty as r ar itusrd unt'l next shoot. The off-band record was broken by Bel lllce, scoring 89 points. , . - i Th. libraries after this week will be held only once In two weeks. The debate I of the last evening wsa grand. It has been a query to some when Washington did more fr his country, before or alter the Revolution; but Bberman fully con vinced ua lhat It was belore the war. A new millinery store Is to be opened by Miss Grace Young, April 5th. O. Nickerson was alarmed the other day by the loss of his pocket-book. ' He searched one day whero be had been, to find when he got home, that lis wife bad found it on the floor and was keeking It uutil called for. Rev. Warn., of Oberlin, held services in the gchoolhoust at Euart Sunday morn ing and evening. Jack Kemp Is reported very sick. Rev. Barton delivers his farewell ser mon next Sunday. YooKmow. She mm Bttlms C.tligi SUBda at th head. Otwrfla Cone. Writing Dtp't, Obntla School of Bteaot-raphy and Typa-wiUiiia, 4 Oberlia staMa. Coltr-, alt connected. Kvpenae. low, InMntctlow thor OMffh and (om, comptote. Cimilin free. AddrcM McKitKdl HCNUf.JtaON, Oberlia, O BCNTIMGTOR. March. 16, W The roads are In a worse condition now than they have been since they settled a year ago neatly. Some place, between her. and Wellington the wheels go In the mu up to the hub and it Is froxen oa top lnt ennngh to not holil ip tinr. MUt F.ffle Chapman who U teaching U Norwalk, came borne Saturday, walked down from Wellington. Miaa Tinle Dlrlam spent last week visiting friends in Sullivan. She expects tojreturo to her home In Clyde this week. Dave Hull has his grinder In running order and Is ready to grind any kind of feedjaoyone wants on short notice. If ynu want any grinding done give bim a call. He was hurt while sawing wood with his engine before Thanksgiving and this Is (be first work be has been able to do since. Mr. Henry Hsukins' family seems to be quite afflicted. His baby has the measles and Clinton Is very sick with a com plication of diseases, the last of which Is la grippe. Geo. Holland still continues very sick Bay Rolce is around again. Last Friday Mason Smith visited his old classmate Scott McDermott. who Is at work for the Chase Organ Co., Norwalk. lie also visited Miss Effle Chapman's school. Mrs.Bprlnkle visited ber sister, Ada Flnkle last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Routson visited In town last Tuesday. Myrtle Provlne Is spending a few weeks with bar aunt, Stella Smith, at Centerton, ' Clarence and Charlie Dlrlam spent Sunday with friends In town. . Will Guile who has been sick with rheumatism all winter at the Baptist par sonage went to New London last Friday. ' .... March 8.,' Da ' The attendance at the churches on Sab bath, was very small. The roads are In such a condition that no one fakes out a team unless he Is obliged to. The prlocl pal teams seen on tb. road the past week wer those of th. railroad men, and they bay been going all the time, thetr bus! neas being of such Importance that they dontmind mad. Medina and Plymouth seem to be the two folate east and west of us. Ths last point where they hav. drlvea their stakes for th. railroad to cross the center road seems to be tbrorgh A. J. 8age's front yard, and through th. bay window of bis sitting room. If tbia road had not been building for the last thlity years, we might hav. mora faith In It amounting to something, but It generally ends In talk and railroad meetings. Mondays and Tuesdays sis Davs Hull's days for grinding, . It has bees rumored here that Kelson Lang was coming back this spring, but w. heard last tstk that bs has bought a farm near Amor, Story Oa, Iowa, Joining his brother David's, and moves onto It this spring. , ' .. ,' George McQuat. works for Jos Phelon tH y". wiovtnr into the "cottagw." veial tetiruaro limn li.ro Wnk the ex- LA GRAMOJC. March 22, W. Your correspondent Is decfdely negli gent of late. Plenty of mud In this part ol the county. Occasional showers cheer the monotony of life. Dr. Merrlam, who has been spending the winter In Michigan, U !n town. Dr. J. W. Sigesby Is doing some good work in dentistry right at home. Measles In town yet, Irvin Hubbard and Will Hopkins have each been doubly blessed. Each one's latnily is large, and we understand that all members of each family except Mr. Hubbard and Mr. Hop kins themselves have been down with the measles within the psst two weeks. Mrs. Beodail met with a serious accl dent several days ago falling, and break Ing her left arm. Considerable moving about this spring. Bert Wilklns bu bought ths Round prop erty, Fred Hastings has rented part of W. U Butler's place, Ab Brown will ruu JeiomsManville'c farm, Mr. Humphrey has bad to take bis farm back, and A. E. Lawrence will take charge of business. Lant Myndcrae has moved to Elyria This Is all we think of at present in (bis line. Rev. Mr. Cooper, of London, Eng., preached In toe Baptist church last Sun day morning, and In the Methodist In the evenings He made a vary favorable im pression. Geo, Elliott came to town to-night Del Whitney has gone to Kansas City on buaiaeas. Your correspondent saw some pictures to-day enlarged from photographs. The work was very floe Indeed. Will John son and Hen Rawson are the agents. Success to them. School opened Monday, on account of much slokness the attendance this week has been quite light. We regret to say that Miss Herrick has finally been com. peuea to resign her position la our schools on account of the terrible grip. Miss Herrick has served ns faithfully and well, and she will certainly be missed irom the the school room, lour corns. pondeof has every reason to appreciate ber services and he hopes she will be able to return soon. Miss Nina Miller will continue in charge until the close ol the year or Miss H's return. Yours Dbtxt. The "Big Four" depot here cams near being wiped out by fire Monday Ignited by sparks from a passing locomotive. The Are brlgrde beaded by Clarence Con verse and bis lieutenant H. B. Beardsler, did vails nt work In ektlmrulshln. the flames, and saving the company great loss each is entitled to an annual pass. Misses Carrie Fields, Je-sl Murray. and Sadie Crandsll, united with the Bap tist church last 8unday. Mrs. Harry Robinson of Akron, is visit ing ber parents, Mr. and Mrs .Solomon Phillips. Dr. Thomas Lang baa returned from Michigan and settled in this vicinity. Isl Huoday afternoon Jessie, oldest daughter of Marvin Rick, died suddenly. one whs buried In the village cemetery. The grief stricken parents have the esrn- et sympathy of their numerous friends In their sad bereavemeot George Smith and wife have hired out to Will Rugg for the season of 1690. Ham Puat. PBMFIKI.D. March 24, '0. March winds and mud rule supreme. W. J. Knapp Is falling fast. Ada Jackson Is qul:s seriously ill with mslaria fever. Mrs. Lon Jackson Is also sick with fever. Mrs. E. Q. Dayton, or Cleveland, Is at home attending her daughter, Mrs. H. Taylor. H. Sooy lost s valuable horse last Tues day, be bad started with him to Cleveland S. White Is down with ths grip. Mr. W. J. Krebs went to Rochester 8unday to assist in caring for his sister-in- law who is very low at present. - Mrs. Krebs has been with her the past week. Mrs, Clem Gardner returned to ber bom. in Huntington Filday last. Mr. C. R. Starr bad the mlsfortun. to burn up bis syrup one day last week You must quit hunting mice. It Is surprising to think of ths number of old peopl. in our midst, ths reports from onr sister towns show shout ths same number, smong our most aged are Mrs. D. Boies, Newcomb, M. L. Starr Barton, J. Morgan. We should think by ths reports of our county commissioners thai they bad s bard Job no hand at preaent, to kill off the editor or keep quiet lbemelve, as they only make matters worse each time they speak. Frank Baker was taken sl-k Sundsy. He went to his home in Litchfield Mon day, we hope nothing serious may set in. Carrie Taylor returned home from a visit to Cleveland, Saturday last Mr. Bliss, of Elyria, spent Sunday with C A. Taylor and family. ItOCHESTJtat. , March, M DO, Carb Larabes has been laid op a w.ek with a painful carbuncle on his limb. Us Is ei!e I" r. alit a'cml tio. SPENCER. March 25, '90. Married. A.t Ibe reeidence of ths bride's parents, by Rev. O. U. Daymon, of Medina, Frank Miller and Vinnle Grlss- inger loth of Spencer, Only a few of ths relatives and must Intimate friends were present. Their many friends unite In wishing thena happy and prosperous voy age u'erlife's ocean. . Al. Stroup wbo hxd been sick with the grip iluce me 1st of January, died last Saturday night, aged 50 years. George 0rm Is the new apprentice at Fuik's blacksmith shop. Mrs. John Heyde, living on the Smith road, died lant Sunday, of paralysis, W. D. Orr's folks made a buxlness trip to Wayne Co., last wetk. Mrs. Wm. Bailey is on the sick lint. About all the teaming done at present is lhat uf the moving wagon, with from 8 to 4 bones attached, according to the size of the load, and by the way. It needs but a very small load to give three horses all they cmu haul. F. Ambrose has moved to Wellington. U, Ha.in and H. Walters will occupy bis houae. Gladys. The following is clipped from the Trl State Alliance, published at Pioneer O., ou the death of Mrs. U. R. Cumuilog; Mm. Oceana It. Cummina was horn in Spencer, Midlna County, Ohio, Jury 17th 1848, and was the youujjettt child of Er as ms and Mnry Egi;Iesioo, who brought her with them totbia county when she was but th e ears old. The farm then pur chased dy her parents was ber boms until tbe liie of ber death. She was married to Wm. (.ummlnga, Dec. 2.1, 1870, and njoed 19 yeais of unalloyed bipl- ness. Only one child (Waller, now 4 years old) blessed their nuppy union- She waa converted in 1874 under the ornc- ient paatiiriiil lalmrs of Itev. Ljmau E. Pren'lre anil w.is received by bim inlotht full fellowship of the Methodist Episco pal church of which she ever remalnel a faithful and reflected memlier. She died Feb. 28th, of the present year. from disease, aggravated by Ln Grippe. Her bubaod was prostrated by relapse ol the grip Uuriog all if ber Illness, but whs able with grea care to accompany the remains of bla loved wife to their quiet resting place in Floral Grove Cemetery. Fiye sisters and two brothers, with the husband and sun mourn the loss, which they have tne comlort ol believing, bu proved her gain. J. C. Cridkr, Pastor Is Life Worth Living? That depends upon the -.; 'Liver, for if the Liver is , 7.;', inactive the whole sys tem is out of order tha breath is bad, digestion poor, head dull or aching, ' energy and hopefulness . , ", gone, the spirits axe de pressed, a heavy weight exists after eating, with ' ' general despondency and tne blues. The Liver is ! the housekeeper of tha health; and a harmless, simple remedy that acta like Nature, does not constipate afterwards or renuire constant taking. S, does not interfere with business or pleasure dur- ing its use, makes Sim mons Liver Regulator a - medical perfection. . 1 have tasted It vtrtoe. wrannalty, a know that DypoilBlllouin Throbbing Moadiot. It U Um beot bmII mint tb. world mr mw. Hr trtod torty other iwDMdkoa beAtr. Hlmmooa Uw . Rmlator, and nmia of Wwni go nwro tbM tMnpnrwry relKf. trat tb. Kagulott . notom, rtltevjwd. i i ) ; ( ( ( c ( ( i i M