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Ah THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1890 THE ENTERPRISE. J.B. Smith, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. Cntered ! the Post-office at Wellington m Second Class mauer, according to Statute, " TEBMS. OneYear 1 60 lxXonths 75 Three Months 40 Adrertlslng fl to cents per line, each Insertion, Space and Column Hates made known on appll tulon. President Harbison summer at Cape May. will spend the The Mormon temple in Salt Lake be sold at a very early date. will Tub several committees In both branch. es of Congress should learn to decide up on matters earlier In the season, and thus avoid holding a session during the warm months. Thi course the leading Catholic priests are pursuing at present relative to the dis tribution of the public school funds in the several States, Is attracting considerable attention. Every electorjln the township should feel it his duty to be at the caucus to-morrow evening. The interests of Lorain county are just as essential to be looked after as anything else. We want to se lect candidates who will labor for the county and leave Individual interests at home. Economy of administration Is the watchword all along the line the present season. A destructive cyclone passed oyer the northern part of Ills., Saturday, causing great destruction of property and the loss ot many lives. Cyclones have become quite common and are not confined to the prairie regions as the were a few years ago. The Buckeye slate has been won derfully favored from tbem compared with others. The Wellington "Enterprise" goes Into a spasm over the dedication of the Lee monument at Richmond, Virginia. It thinks there will be another war. Nonsense, Bro. Smith 1 The war Is over forever! By the way, If you had been a Virginian you would have helped to haul op a confederate flag on the occasion mentioned. There is only one class whs would hare the people believe the South disloyal, and they are the Republican demagogues. Elyrla Democrat. After the civil war bad been In progress for one year the late Jefferson Davis stated to a friend that "when this pretense of our subjugation Is abandoned by the North we will gladly lay down the sword, and enter Into a treaty for a peaceful dissolu tion with our late associates.11 It was just such milk and water ideas as Bro. Reefy has advanced that caused Uncle Jeff, to think that the North was not In earnest When the Southern states were recon structed tho people agreed to become law abiding citizens; hence it is against the spirit of the unwritten and written law to display a rebel flag. We want to forgive those misguided individuals lor the part they took in attempting to dissolve the Union, but we do lot expect to forget them, therefore they must be law abiding citizens If they expect that treatment which belongs to tbem. The press is In duty bound to protect the principles upon which the government Is founded, and should treat with contempt any violation of the same, The ex-rebels very well know what 'class ot Journals to expect favoritism from should they commit an unlawful act. The display of a rebel flag on such occasions as the recent one at Richmond, Va May 20, means something more than Bro. Reefy is aware of. We do not expect any war, but a continual flaunting to the breeze of the stars and bars has a tendency to cause ill feeling and sever the onion of sentiment which it requires to form one common country. Republican State Convention. The Republicans of Ohio are requested to meet In delegate convention In the city of Cleveland on Wednesday, July 10, 1800, to plac In nomination candidates for the following ofDIcers, namely: Secretary of state. Judges of the Supreme court. If ember of board of public works. The basis of representation for delegates Is one (1) for every five hundred (500) votes cast for Governor J. B. Fo raker In November 1888, and one (1) for each frac tion thereof of two hundred and fifty (230) or over. Lorain county Is entitled to nine (0) del. egate. Delegates shall be elected In the several counties of the state In such manner as the county central committee mgj, desig nate, at least three days before the hold ing of said invention, and ten daj a pub lished notice shall be given of the time and place lor the selection of such dele gates, except where otherwise provided bylaw. Just as sure as hot weather comes, here will be more or leas bowel com plaint In this vicinity. Every person, and specially families, ought to have some rslable medicine at hand for Instant use in case It is needed. A 25 or 60 cent bot tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is Just what you ought to have and all that yon would need, even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It Is the best, the most reliable and most racceuful treatment known and Is pleas ant to take. For sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggist 23 W. H. S, A. A. Fourteenth Annnal Gathering of the Alumni of the Wellington High School. The actual graduates of the Welling ton High School now number almost two hundred, and they are scattered In diverse fields of labor and usefulness from Boston to the Pacific coast, and not content with merely occupying our land the class of '80 has sent to Europe for an advanced course of study one of the most brilliant classical students ever produced In this country. In addition of the large number of actualjgraduates there are of course a large number who have gained an honorary admission to the Alumni As. sociallon by "coming up some other way." Out of the entire number only about ninety were present at the meeting last Monday evening, a somewhat larger num ber than has attended for the past few years. The president and first vice president both being absent from town and hence unable to attend to the preparations for the meeting, this work devolved upon Miss Grace Artz, the second vice presi dent. To say that she labored bard and faithfully to make the occasion a success would be but a feeble expression of her efforts. The opening exercises were held In upper room of the town hall, which had been tastefully decorated for the evening. A large motto "Welcome" hung on the front wall, and the platform was filled with ferns and other potted plants. Promptly at 7:30 by the Invitations, or 8:40 by the clock, the association was called to order by President B. H. Loos- end the following program of literary ex' erclses was given: Duet, .Bertha Howk and Frank Biggs' History..., Essay...... Solo ..- nona iaunaon' Mrs. Butterfleld (absent)' ,.iuori. n aaswon n Poem.... ,..MlllleTlsof ,....) race Probert- Solo Oration., Kollln Wilbur. Prophecy (Prophet not notified In time to prepare). 8olo.......................Frank Biggs. Of the literary exercises Mr. Wilbur's oration received the most commendations, and Miss Probert's solo was the only mu sical number encored. This state ment must not however be construed to the disparagement of the other perform ers, for all had made careful preparations and elicited hearty applause from the audience. A short season of social chatting fol lowed the program while the nominating committee were in consultation. The following are the officers chosen for the next year: President .Mrs.W.B. Vlscher First Vice-President ..-.-Mabelle Benedict- Second Vlce-Presldent......CllIton Windecker Secretary. .. ... Nona Laundon' Treasurer. Harrr Dauitherty- Poet .......-..................lIlrara Nlckerson- Prophet..... Air Del Kartell. Orator. ........,. Rdj Bennett. HMlter Hnu Mullnn Toast Master -............Rollln Wilbur. At the conclusion of the business session the company adjourned to (he dining room of the American House where it was found that "Mine Host" Wilcox could accommo date only about seventy-five of tho ninety persons present In the dining room at one time. An awkward delay was thus caused when tbe majority bad banqueted by the necessity of clearing one table and then waiting; till the others could be served. Toast Master . L. Benedict announced the following program of toasts : Welcome to our class of DO. To you we look with pride. As you come to ns this evening we extent to you the kindest greeting. All that the bouse a fiords Is yours. -Carl Rusk Response to Welcome on behalf of the class. Roy Bennett. New York. Our hustle, our bustle, our business, our strife! This Is the greatest city you ever saw In your life. Clifton Windecker. Our Alumul Doctors. "Physicians can but mend our erazy state. Patch an old building, not a new create." Karl Barrett. Our Russian Visitor. Cunning In his ap- E roach, mild In bis attack and persistent In Is stay. -Eugene Brink. Our School Days. There are moments of life that wel never for get, Which brighten and brighten as time steals away. They give a new charm to the happiest lot, And they sblne In tbe gloom of the loneliest day. -Jdlss Lettle Bennett. Boston. Its advantages, Its culture, Its erop Of young lawyers. Hiram Nlckerson. Silent Toast to absent members. We miss yon, our hearts long for you, and we here silently remember you. Our Babies. How they grow, how they lauch, how they erowi what we are doing for them and what they are doing tor us. Bentley Vlscher. Education. 0 ye who teach the Ingenious youth of nations, Holland, France, England, Wellington or Spain, 1 pray ye log them apoa all occasions: It mends their morals never mind the pain. -ft. H.Kinnlson. Baldwin University. -Earl Perkins. Cleveland and Our Alumni There. -C. P. BurreU. The banquet being over the company returned to tbe town hall, but presently the older members began to leaye, having in mind the work of the; coming day, leav ing the younger ones for an hour or two longer to be spent In social conversation and the game of "engagements.' Taken as a whole the evening was en- Joyably spent. The presence of a number of strangers not actual nor honorary mem bers was a feature which was consider ably commented on, generally with dis approval by tbe oldr members, as though a damper on the sociability of the occa sion. Tbe original Idea In tbe organiza tion was to have an annual gathering of the alumni and high school teachers with tbelr husbands and wives, and ' as tbe presence of others seems to meet the dis favor of the majority of members it wonld seem better that the original pur pose be maintained Inviolate, and that out-of-town friends be accorded no privi leges not given to citizens of the town who are acquainted with all the members. C Are you troubled with oofns or bun Ions? If so, let us glye you ' a little ad rice. Pare them down as closely as pos sible without drawing blood; then soak them In warm water to soften them, and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice dally, rubbing them rigorously for a few minutes at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few dayste protect them from the shoe. As a gen era! liniment for sprains, brusles, lame back or rheumatism, Pain Balm is all that can be desired. 50 cent bottles for sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggist, 23 TOhv flnffAr with atrlr liAAitafti mA V.I1 iousness when Simmons Liver Regulator win cure you r Weak Women. The more sensitive nature of the female sex renders women much more suscenti ble than men to those numerous ills which spring from lack of Harmony in the sys tem. The nervous system gives way, sick headache is frequent, the appetite is lost, ana other ailments peculiar to tbe sex cause great suffering. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiarly aaaptea lor sucn cases, and has received the most gratifying praise for the relief it has afforded thousands of women whose very existence before taking It. was oniv misery, it strengthens the nerves, cures sick neaaacne and indiges tion, purifies and vitalizes tbe blood, and giyes regular and healthy action to every organ in the body. Announcement. SHERIFF. Mr. Addison E. Lord, of Elyrla, will be a candidate for sheriff, subject to the de cision of the Republican county conven tion, to be beld June 28th, 1800. Be Sure If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be Induced to take any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by virtue ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below: To Get In one store where I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla the clerk tried to Induce me bur their own instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's wonld last longer; that I might take It on ten days' trial; that if I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. Hood's When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at tunes I could hardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, Uke a person In eon sumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my Mends frequently speak of It." HBSY Ella A. Govt, ei Terrace Street, Boston. Sarsaparilla Sold by an druggists. 1 1 six t or fa. Prepared only VJV.L ROOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar . NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Kducatlou of Brighton township, Lorain connljr, Ohio, until twelve O'clock noon, the 88th day of June, 1HUI. for build ing a school bonne in Joint sub-diitrict No. g, Brighton and Wellluuton towualilpa, according to specifications on lie In said Clerk's office. Each bid mnut contain the name of ever? per son iutereited, and be accompanied by a unlclent cnarautee of Mime diflntereetcd person that if the bid Is accepted a contract will be entered Into sod the performance of It properly secured. Tbe bid for each kind of material called for by the apeciaration mint be staled srparatclv, and tbe price of labor mnut also be separauly mated. None bnt the lowest mponnlile bid will be ac cepted, and the board may reject all bids By Order of the Board of Education, Brighton lownihln. Leisin county. June ltd, 10. I,. W. Itaar, SB Clerk Board of Education. New Firm I NewGoodsl Compounding of Prescript tions a Specialty. , I have a carefully selected stock of a Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines. tc., All New and Fresh, AT Prices m Low as the Lowest! NO SILENT PARTNER. Remember the place three doors west of the Bank. F. 13. TISSOT, Graduate of Pharmacy and Registered Phar macist, (u Tbe New Departure This Is to let the people of Wellington know that I deliver II AT So customers at any point In the corporation, ywagoa will also beat your door every morn l?IJ!f 8un1'- "" '"11 line of CMOICB JACOB ETJTZ. Drnis ana Medicines BESIDES A Full Line OF HEAVY -AND- PENCE WIRE Of all kinds we call attention to our new stock Scythes, Snaths, Hay Forks, Rope, jjiuuur j.wiuh, juixeu j. amis, Hammocks, Whips, Lap Dusters, Cultivators, Screen Wire, tsoreen Doors, Screen Windows and Spring Hinges. All of these croods will lin snld at especially low figures. ' You can buy the best Churn and Ice (Jream t reezer of us. Our Drices on Hardware vnn will always una at itock iiottom ii 1 r -w- . . " We also have a crood second. hand piano and a house and lot lor sale, cheap and on easy terms. LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE. Bottom and Bides one contin nous Piece of Lumber. Material, White Ash Wood. Inside Castings Well Galvanized; Butter Made In 3 to 1(1 Minutes. Dry fiflflds! Immense Stock Just Received FROM NEW-:-YORK, In great variety of Novelties, Styles and Colorings. Good Investment. Ladles'Brlgnt Doniola Una, soft Shoe H-00, for $!. Ladles' Bright Doniola Due, soft . Shoe U0. " 1.76 Ladles' Bright Dongola fine, soft . Shoe 1.00, " IX Ladles' Bright Dongola fine, soft Shoe - . Jb, " 1.00 Come and get a pair, and see if your investment is not a wise and profitable one. Wm. Rininger. Tremendous Reductions IN PRICES OP AND BOBBERS, Fancy prices all knocked off, and old at honest values. Now is the time to decorate your homes; and if you are a money saver buy them at the store of Wm. Rininger. rz-i the II- E. Benedict. Wall Papei CARPETS!! Very handsome and Cheap at the square dealing store of Wm. Rininger. Laundon, Windecker $Co Dkess - In great variety. Henriettas, CashmereB and Serges in all the new colorings Drabs, TanB, Heliotrope, Ashes of Hose, and Cardinals. A full line of Brilliantines in Blacks and Colors. Solendid value in both Black and Colored at 50c. btnpe UresB Woods, all wool, from SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. We have a very laree line of SateenB of all Qualities: noma vaiv , w 9 ' choice patterns. Ginghams with Bide bands; Cashmere striped Um bre, the newest thing in wash Dress Goods. A New thing in Summer Corsets tner. we also have an odd lot $1.50, which we are selling at twenty-five cents. 1 Hosiery and Gloves. Our stock of Hosiery and Gloves all tne Best makes of. fast blacks. A very large line of Fancy and solid colors in Lisle Thread, just the thing for summer wear. Ladies' Underwear. A new lot of Ladies' Underwear, bilk in Ilack and fancy Laundon, Windecker & Co GOODRICH is head and shoulders above everybody else in the CLOTHING BUSINESS this spring. He prices tor months until his look small. In advantage over all Competition for he has no old stock and very few odds and ends to contend witn, but room laouiuimuic ojuillg SlUCH WU1C11 is now all in. N Young man if you want a nobby spring suit or hat, GOODRICH is the safest man to strike for it. Most E. E. : - Goods Also a lot of new Plaid and Fancy 31c. to 50. for 50c. just the thing for hot wea- of Corsets worth from 50c. to is yery full of the best qualities in Ribbed, Plain, in Cotton, Lisle and. colors at very low prices. has slaughtered tne past two stock began to this he has an for a new and truly yours, Goodrich.