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WELLINGTON. LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25, 1890. NO. 2 VOL.IXXIV. THE ENTERPRISE, Published every Wednesday, at WELLINGTON, OHIO. Term, of Suoiorlotlont One Year.. ' Bis Month Three Months ...II M ... - 78 ... 10 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J.T.HASKELL. AiTomMT-IiW id MUST PUBLIC. Tn..nd Collections made a specialty Office In bank building. TH. DICKSON, rn T fi TO K 17. Y- AT-L AW. ' Jmerican and Foreign - PATENTS WEST BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, nrp.TiT.TNOTON. - OHIO. I r j h im- , NQTAHY PUBLIC. iTtlvoowra, insurance Ar?nt and rt. Notary Public. lnaurnoe, owia, miri a wffieaao. contract, etc, written!.) JrndViral maniior. OUceover Boritee'B boot end ahoa More. DENTISTRY, XXT t. nnnnK. Dentist. Office oyer Hn.tAd'a aho. .tore. Wellington, vm. iKi attention PTd to enlarging inj tA. or Water Color, and copying mm nmrnLive all preerved and ou; klntllMI lpn tfm plicate can be had at any Gallery pver Bowlby a nau groc. Picture of all kinds. Finest work and latest style. Copying and enlarging m viu,.- nd Patel. Special attention to inn bui OrHlir'i Block, Wellington. O. PHYSICIANS. E. HATHAWAY M. D. SPECIALTIES I iteetal dl..M.s and. dlaaaae. of the """ tideey. ri.''"- -,V"Vi.; of the ?iia treated by " Improved yiteai, without riln or detention from buekneea. , DLaeaw of the bladder and Wdney. treat d only Ifter a eareini ano proper u..j... -mock . W.UIagtan.O VETEB.INABY BTJBQEOXT. B. G. HOLLAND, Orders received at Telephone Exchange and at F. D. Felt's drug store. Graduate Toronto Veterinary College. ela'8T. L. B. PRATT. Surgeon a:i kllil Oyer twenty-live years of practice. Order received at Adam' and Mousntoa a a, .tore. noretlllUkenfortreatmentatmy .table on Court land Arenne. JEWELERS. 4-22 J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, JeweUy, 611- terware, Gold Pens, eto. No. 8, Public Banare.WeUlngtcn.Qhlo. ; - E. H. WAIT, . AM1 Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Mechanio Street, first door east of American House. i n anu ALnuuLtuanuninnnw ' , - t 1 1 r.- IJ tun V .u is. nniiM. 00 ixr cent, of arwhwtct la l' ood position.. Commtrd.l, Bhorthand, lPO writlnf and sractlcal Kn.lUh Counea. For GU torw. addrcH B.UMcrc4ith, Prin., ttendiky.gi Pratt joHerrick, aawaait wafl 1V1 PfflTTV HtiflLAAli Ikkli Aflat i ! HIVHHi Free delivery to any part ol tne corpor ktlon. Railroad street, weiiingTOD, v, pni TAiartta'. Memory system is Creating greater Interest than ever In all tart of the country, and perori wishing in Imnrma their memoir should lend lor his pro pectus ire ss auvemanu m . - .j .I... i J. J. THOMAS, Manufacturer Of And Dealer In 1 Monuments 5 Tombstones Evervthlntt rjertainlne to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prices to suit the times. (26 PLANING MILL. D. L. WADSWORTH ft CO., Manufacturer! of and dealer In Doorsi Sasda. awa-d. Bliaa dtiAftBft and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould lngs and Flooring. Biding made and Bur face Planing done to order on short no tice. WELLINGTON, 0. 03-IT Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence In Post office build j Cal,g angwered at all hours in city or country. Offloe Hour. 2 toSp. COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL! M. L. BUSH & CO Would respectfully announce to the ottlzen) ol Wellington that they are now on deck, and nreni prepared to take order for all kind, of hard and loft coal which they will ell tor cash at the loweat living prices. A ihare of your patronage Is solicited. 'till iH . U . J U O U L jJ. CHRISTIE & BENNETT MaNCFACTUBERS of CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS or ITIIT DK8CBIPTI0N. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 0. E. SUTLIFF, DEALER Z2T COAIi Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson and Blosaburg Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 LUTES. OBKBLIN. ArrlT daily, 1:00 a. a. Depart, I JO a. HBNTINGTON, SULLIVAN .nd POLL irrlrt dally, Jl :S0 a. m. Depart. I " ' PKNFIELD. Arrive daily. S a.m. Depa . 5C CO. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS vr Win. Life. Aocldent and Tornado. The h.. in the United State, rera- MntAfl ri ua. umof wria hbi muvi.i eecood floor Wadaworth block. ism "We are the Boss Ice Cream makers of the town, and when in need of it do not forget the place. ED. ROBINSON TRAVELERS' REGISTER ILllRUUT.Ul (VANDERBILT SYSTEM.) From and afterjon IS, 1 NO, train will paa Well. ingtonaaroiiowi: CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. OOIHO) WIST. No. ft-NlghtKl No. JT-Colnmbu Aeoom......-.... l3o 7-pl N T. Bt.L. Ex No.S South We.tern El No. 8 Cln. A Col' Bi t:32p. t-.a p.m. 4:U6p.m 11:41s a. m, S:a0.m cifta.m No. SS Clera ana nneeima bx.... No.ll Local Pteliht ...... S:a.m QOIKO BAST.. No.( Night It... h. m Cleveland Aecom 6...m 7:40 a. No. 10 Houth Weitern 10: a.m 4:) p. m 8:27 p.m 2:00 p. m No. w neeung ano uiniji No. S Cincinnati CI.o'd x No. Sir-Local Freight -No. 8. 6. T. t. S, 10 and 24 wilt run dally, mm i un m mini, ' CleValand tt Maria ttv R. B. Prom and .fterDec. 7, IBM. train. wlllpaa Well IDglVU . IUHUW. i 80159 BAIT StandardTlm. No. S. 12a.m. 10.6fta.ni. ' , 4.1Hp.m. ,.tm pm. ..8.a,m.v;J. No.S , No. 7.... No.. No. 17 (Local) . .....:i ni. , nS:!,;:"::..::..:::.:- -D-s-i . ... S.lSp.m, SS 'S:::.: ..... .....iop.m. -Tmln No. will leave xeieao one sour !S late. Sunday, and run one hour late from all In No. will leave Toledo one aour y, ana r IlrTYllle station to a.. m.-Ati.n i atkna daily ex. Bondrr. Fnrthe'rlnfonnaUonlarenrdto this lias will befooadonparel. , . BoilnMi i- . College. 4 . -' tend at the bead. ObetUa Coltee Writing Drp't, oberlla School of Stenography , and irpe-WTiiinf , ana upoim .- , aAcoaaectcd. Kxpenae low, tantctkn Uwr m-A rmMnltc. Circular, free. TEE SEWS i Gathered br Our Special Carresuondentfl ' ' , 1 ' ,' ' '. ' All About the Happenings and Special Events in their Immediate Vicinity. LITCHFIELD. June 23, '90. Days are getting shorter. Every body seems to .have plenty ol work lust now. not excepting the kids who seem to be Improving tbelr time in cetoin directions. ' , ' Wm. Lele and wife formerly ot this town but now of Elyrla, is vlsltmft his father-in-law Mr. WurU. Mrs. W., who has been very sick is slowly improving. Miss Ida Shank and Miss Nellie Brook. er were in Medina last Monday. . We failed to hear which was succssful. We nresumo that they drew cuts to see which should hay first chsnce. G. A. Btranaban is attendimr court In Medina ss a Juror. P. O. Bhank and E. E. Wldcman, mode a hasty trip to Creston, O., last Tuesday, A gentleman who lives in town gets quite happy, and noisy, ol late This Is getting to be no uncommon thing1 for this gentle man. We think it not only a great dis grace to the man who gets in such a con dltion but a disgrace to the entire com munity. Why do not our legislator give ns a law by which such men can be taken care of, when found in such a state. Among those from town who attended the commencement exercises in Welling, ton last Friday evening were the follow. ing: Mrs. A. D. Ball, Misses Rosa Ris ing, Frances Simmons, Nora Hall, Botha Branahan, Nettie Sears, La Jenne and Mr. Fred Benedict According to the re. port an excellent program wu carried oul and a good time enjoyed by alL Glllmore Shaffer who works for AX. L. Hatch, cut his foot Tery bad and has not been able to work for the last three weeks. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Nettie Smith of Morencl, Mich., have been visiting their many friends in town the past week. Mrs. Rev. Madden of Jackton, Co. O., ti visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "D. P. Simmons. Democracy Is at par in this Congress- iunal district We would advise the many candidates to go slow In trying to capture the empty honor of a Democratic nomination. It will take more than 8000 Democratic majoiity to keep Major Mc Klnley out of Congress. Judge Albert Munson of Medina called on friends In town last Thursday. Chas. Canfleld was In La Grange last Wednesday attending his sick friend D. L Gott whose misfortune is only spoken ol with sadness here. J. J. Vaughn completed bis labors as census enumerator. Our railroad engineers have had bad luck the past week. Last Wednesday one of them Mr. Burr threw a stick which ac cidentlyhit his partner in the back ol the bead, leaving an ugly gash. The next day Mr. Burr cut bis own foot so bad that he can not walk on it The Pittsburg, Akron & Western rail road company have opened an office In the Western Hotel. More right of way was paid for last Saturday in tbe south western part of town. A slight change wu made in the route near the Smith road ao that Mrs. Geo. Lang will not need to move cllber the house or barn. They now go west of the buildings near the school house. The proposition by which we were to obtain a depot has not yet been accepted, probably because we have a Democratic Governor. Rev. Dreaden and Rev. Breckenridge are spending theii vacation in town. Mra. Noble of Bowling Green, Ohio, Is vliltlng her lather Hiram Nlckerson. F. AJCarpeuter closes another successful term In the Center district this week. The committee appointed to select resil ing material (or the public jading room -.I.J . fnllnartnff aalhrtlnna' Bare, id.u. .us y -..-c Cleveland Dally Leader, New York In dependent Harper's; Weekly, the Oenlhry, fkrlbner's Msgazlne, Puck, New York BDOrlsmui' Ohio!. Educational Monthly, Household Companion, youth's Com. nanlnn. North American Review and Public ODlnlon. and more will be ordered in the near future. The room is to be medially prepared and furnished. Protection LA 9BANOK . , i June 22, DO. Miss Linda Iuutbraul, of Findlay, has been visiting ber friend, Miss Flora But ler, the past week, .:. .. .' Mrs, Wm. C. Butler Is enlarging her house so as to have more . room for . her boarders. : "--,',--r- Edwin nurlburt'i honsa will , soon be much Improved In looks by sn addlttonaj coat of paint .'!. ,9 V .. L. B. 9wm? wHl add inollier ) itnry to his business block so that it can be occu- pied by his family. A stone sidewalk around the town ball is tbe order of the day. D. S. Miller is also putting down one. A race, free for all superlntendency of LaGrange schools. D. D. Gott was last evening electedscor- poratlon clerk in place of G. E. Ryan, re signed. The exercises of Children's Day at M. E. church this evening. As your cor respondent has just rnturned from Cleve land be cannot report. However It Is probable that everything passed off pleas antly. - Yesterday was the 80th anniversary of D. Wailc's birthday. A pleasant party was a'ven by the friends in honor of the same. The net receipts of the Methodist festi val were about $20. Mrs. Lucy Green Is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Long, r,t Levering, Ohio Now, Mr, Editor, the time bos come for Yours Dryly to lay aside the pencil for someone else. This does not arise front infirmities of age. nor lack of dispo- altl'tp to write a few words occasionally. Important duties in another direction de msnd his attention. He has been elected superintendent of schools at Weston, 0., a town rapidly growing and with a popu lation of about 1200. I have tried to serve yoti faithfully snd well five years Adieu. . ' I Yours Drtn.Y. Mr. David Loverds Gott, dry goods mer chant and leading business man of La. Grange, died at his residence at 11 o'clock to-day of injurle reclevcd last Monday by being thrown from his carriage by a run. away team. Mr. Gott was fifty-nine years of age, and bad been in business here for thirty years. His death Is a hard blow to La Grange, and leaves a vacancy bard to fill.r-Leader, June 24. His remains will bit interred to-day under Masonic honors. June 24, '90. Rev. J. L Phillips of Qeveland ad dres.ted the people at the Baptist church In the alternoon and at the Congregational church In the evening. Mr. end Mrs. Cragin have been spending thrrvlweekat.L. T. Starr's. Mrs. wh' there had another paralytie stroke. Hhe Is now entirely helpless. They have returned to their home In LaGrange. Mrs. L. T. Starr is going to Cleveland the week to attend ber daughter, Mrs. W. Thorpe, who at present Is suffering from an attack ot quinsy. Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Webber of Silver Plume, Colo., are visiting their parents and many fnendshere. They expect to remain several weeks. Mr. Eddie Sheldon of McComb spent Bunday in town. The grade school question has assumed another shape, and now the Judgment oi a committee of three will decide tbe mat ter July 24. Let all of the Republicans come out Thursday evening to the caucus for tbe election of delegates to the county con vention on Saturday. Arthur Lewis is laid ud with sore eyes. Too bad for Robert to lose his help Just at this season. The Ladles' Aid Society met at the par- on age last week. Tho following officers were elected: Mrs. I. L. Starr, Pres.; Mrs M. Dlsbro, Vlce-rres. ; Mrs. C. A. Taylor Sec'y ; Mrs. C K. Starr, Treas. A. B. SULLIVAN, June 24, DO. We are having some very tot days now and summer seems to have commenced In earnest 'There has been plenty of rain, al. together too much to suit tanner. The dance at town ball last Wednesday evening passed off quietly and pleasantly. Those present report a good time.. Henry Baker has returned from Seville, and will work for Hazel & Bob until after harvest " 'Mrs, Anna Eoonsj who has been vlilt lng her daughter a West Salem, returned home last week.' The strawberry festival held In town hall last Thursday nUht,wss tbe first of the season and a success. Mrs. Zebner.ot West Bslem, Is tbe guest of Mrs. Koons this week. Silas Gould and family, of . Colllnwood, 0, have been visiting friends In this place Tbe road supervisors cte busy repairing the Dubllo highway, and it needs It too. The past winter and spring have been very severe on the roads and tbey will require lots of work, grading and fit ting, to place them In good condition. Mrs. 0. 0. Baldwin, former resident of this place, has moved here from Oberlin and will occupy the Dlrlam house. . Eugene McConnell came from Penfleld, where be Is working In the Crosier factory to attend the funeral of bis nephew, Elton McConnelL , 1 '. V . .. . A good many ot the ttulvanltet attend ed the concert at Duokard church last Sula.li ftlng The t wcUn wen- fx- eellent Part of the program was omitted on account of the approaching storm. Mrs. Filena Dsgan, who has been quite sick, is Improving at this writing. As has been said before, the building of railroads is very uncertain, but there has been surveying enough through this town ship during tbe paBt week to locate a dozen roads. And the contractor has been present also, not only one but sev eral. Tbey expected to commence grading before this, but could not on account of changing the line. Arrangements are being made under tbe management of the Rev- Heyward to hold a cantata at the town ball In the near future. This will be something new lor us and no doubt very Interesting. . At tbe churches the regular services were dispensed with 4st Babbath morning on account oi tbe funeral of Elson Eugene, Infant son of Howard and Blanche McCon nell. Tbe iuneral was held in the Cong'l church. Rev. Heyward preaching an in tercstlng discourse from the 1st Cor., 2nd chapter and 20th verse. He was assisted by Rev. FInley. One week ago last Tuesday evening the people of this community were startled by the appalling death ot Lewis Eaion. Mr. Eaton went to the barn to milk, taking two of his small children with him, and while there was instantly killed by light ning. His wife seeing the vivid flash and hearing the terrlbe crash of thunder at the same Instant looked toward the barn and saw smoke or a vapor floating from the door. She went at once to the barn and found ber husband prostrate on the floor. Ono of the children was at his father's head Jumping up and down and crying out with all agony ot a tortured son! "O pat 01 pa!" The other child was lying at hia feet with clothes rivon In shreds, but Its person not much injured. Aid was at once summoned and tho body taken to the house, and Dr. Gregg called but he could do nothing, life being ex. tinct. How true it is "that in the midst of lite we are in death," also that the "old must die and the young may die." To-day this 23rd of June, 1890, there are, In this Immediate vicinity, seven funerals all and each one In an hour's drive. Altir Eoo, "Mv father, at about the age of fifty, lost all the hair from tbe top of his bead. After one month's trial ot Ayer'a Uair Vigor, the hair began coming, and, tn three months, he had a fine growth of hair of the natural color." P. J. Cullen, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. HGNTI NOTON. June 23, 90. Mrs. Butliff, of Wellington, has been spending a lew days with Airs. 1.11a Breyley. Mrs. Emma Holmes, of Litchfield, who hu been spending a few days with Miss Rboda Allen, has returned borne. Ella Breyley has been spending a few days In Royalton. E. H. Perkins, of Portage to., spent Sundsy with his old schoolmate, M. D. Bmitb. Something very unusual bos happened In this community. Mr. Alvln Sprague died very suddenly at 1 p. m. last Friday nd Mr. Myron Hawley died on tbe same day about two hours later. These men were both old residents of Huntington, having lived here for a great many years There was not two months difference in tbelr sges. Both were very good citizens snd will be missed by all. We extend our sympathies. Miss Ada Gordon and Mr. Elcber, of Albion, were the guests of Miss Grace West, Saturday and Bunday. 8. The benefits of vacation season may be greatly enhanced, if, at the same time, tbe blood is being cleansed and vitalized by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A good appe tite, fresh vigor, and buoayant spirits attend the use of thla wonderful medicine. PITTS FIELD. - June 23, '90. Mr. Joseph Kinney, of Seneca Co., made short visit In town lust week. As Rev. U. Richards wu returning train his Kloton appointment on the 17th his hone got frightened by tbe buggy running onto him by the breaking or a strap and ran, throwing him out, but hap p.lv, not severely hurting him. Tbe hore was stopped very soon, do great damage being done. Children's Day exervlsbs at the Cong'l. church on l lie Mill were well attended. The church being very iiittcfully decorat ed, lilt children made a very uice appear- anew as tlu-v took llieir place on tbe platform and gnv evidence of the pains taken in the training ol thorn for the sev eral purls In the program. The festival for the beueflt of the M. E church at the town ball oo the 18th was decided success. The exercises In the early part of the evening were almost exclus ively in the hands of tbe Juveniles, con sisting of dnets, songs, recitations with some very choice Instrumental music A hall full of spectators gave evidence of tho Interest felt Net , proceeds bout 18. ' S lrol 'hv.' on Clt 15.'. not arec ny bids for the building of a school house In sub-district number 9. An entertainment for the benefit of tbe Cong'l church on Thursday eve., of this week at the town hall. Exercises to con sist of select readings from Will Carle ton's Poems. Refreshments to be served at the close. M. Washington Letter. fFrom oar Regular Correspondent. Washington, D. C., June 13, 1890. Senator Plumb and all the rest of the silver senators are very much elated over their success In amending and passing the liver bill In t manner which makes it pro vide for tbe free and unlimited coinage of silver by the substantial vote of 43 to 25. If a vote on the amendments is forced in the House they will be concurred in. Tbe McElnley tariff bill has been re ported to the Senate, but it will not be called up until mondav, the 30th Inst. Tbe radical changes which our Demo cratic friends have been predicting have not been made. There are changes, ol course, quite a number of them, but they are unimportant and do not in the slight est degree aflect the character of tbe blU which will become a law substantially as it passed the House. This has been said before in these columns, but it is impor tant enough to repeat Both House and Senate have withdrawn its amendments to the anti-trust bill wbich bos now gone to tbe President in ' exactly the shape In which it first passed the Ben ate. It's a harmless document Commissioner of Pensions Riium has no Idea of resigning, although bis position is one of the hardest and most unsatisfactory under the government. The river and harbor bill has been re ported to the Senate. With tbe amend ments added by the Senate committee the bill carries an appropriation of nearly 125,000,000 and there is much talk among the leaders of the party against the advis ability of passing it at the present session. Bucb talk, however, will not defeat tbe measure, which Is specially dear to the average legislator's heart, but should It pass there will be great pressure brought to bear on the President to veto It. Speaker Reed, when asked when Con greas would adjourn replied: "The House) can adjourn by the first of July, and not leave anything af pressing importance nndone. It 'would require some very lively hustling on tbe part ot the House to sdjoorn at that date, but of couise It could be done If the Senate was ready to adjourn, and tbe Speaker so will ed it, but the Senate will lust be beginning its consideration of the tariff bill on that date. Adjournment will be nearer to September than July. The Senate rejected two Presidential nominations this week John B. Esvea to be collector ol internal revenue lor tbe fifth district of North Carolina and H. H. Schocb, to be postmaster at Seliu's Grove, Pa. Both of these appointments were made more than year ago. Mrs. Harrison and her family hare left Washington for tbe summer; they hay gone to their new cottage at Cape May Point The President will pay them a visit to-morrow, returning Monday or Tuesdsy. The House Republican caucus having finally decided that a Federal election law shall be passed by tbe House at this session, tbe bill hss been reported to the House and It will be pushed through at once. It is not believed that the Senate will pass the bill, certainly not at this session, and In the House tboee who are most deeply interested, the Southern Re publican!, are almost to a man opposed to tbe bill, though of course they will vote for It because tbe caucus has made it a party measure. Secretary Noble has transmitted through the Secretary of the Treasury, to Congress a letter front Commissioner of Pensions Raum, asking for an appropri ation lor 443 new employes In bis office. He estimates that tbe services of that many will be made necessary by the new disability pension bill. 1100 Reward. flOO. ' , The readers of tbe Enterprise will be pleased to learn that thore Is at least one dreaded dlaeaae that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and tbat is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known V) the medical fraternity. ' Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh cure is Aaken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur laces ot tbe system, thereby destroying the foundations nl the dlsrao,aod giving tbe patient strength by building up the consti tution snd assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that tbey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to care. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. Ciiknet A Co., Toledo, O. Hold by all druggists. It wont cot you one half as much. Do -notulelay. rtend three 8-cent stump, for pns age, and we will tend you Dr. Eauf marn's great work, fine colored plates Iromlil'e, on disease, Its causes and home- -sure Address A. P. Ordway A Co. Boston, Mas. Look to Simmons Liver Regulator for relief from all sickness resulting from .a i othr roimnn. 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