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i ClfVFtLun n 1 MK -s 1 " " : : ' : : ;i y'''1 - i I . I. ' f A " ' .'. T II I v ja 111 1 -J 1 TV VOL. XXV. x , WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1891. NO. 47 . . 1 111 , . .... A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Lorain County and Violaity. N - . - i i . . . J ! it J t Chapman & Robinson arc selling MEN'S, BOY'S ND CHILDREN'S SUITS andfoVERCOATS. , - Winter Underwear, "Woolen Shirts, "Woolen Socks, kChildren's Caps, Plush Caps, Cardigan Jackets, TRUNKS and VALISES. At prices that defy competition All goods marked in plain figures. BREAD, OYSTERS. . FREMONT HAMS, Buckwheat Flour, CHOICE COFFEES, This space belongs to B. Vanator Sir Ct nnoWa in PflnniT nnrl Rtanln Groceries. ; Crosier Block. iWiater Announcement.! We are still in the ring. "Wc take pleasure in informing the people that Ave have the finest lot of canned goods in the city; a choice line of candies; the best brands of flour; fresh teas, cof fees and spices; applesand fruits both foreign and do mestic; a full line of provisions; choice soaps, oysters, crackers, tobaccocs, cigars, honey, starch, nuts, bottled goods, dried beef, molasses and fine syrups, flavored ex tracts of all kinds including the celebrated Brice & West's extracts of pine apple, orange, strawberry and almond; or anges and banannas. , In fact, wc are here to furnish any thing in our line that may be called for, and all to be sod at remarkably close margins. 22 pounds of granulated sugar for $1. Jggr The prize baking powder having all been sold, those interested in the toilet set arc invited to call Satur day, JTovcmbe'r 21. Tucker & Cole. r n misa zrxm & ak an a m m UlillllHUClH 'HUH IBHiniHI ir -T-3A POSITIVE CURE mat juj ffl9 ALL FEMALE DISEASES. SSSSS S""f fit TD CVUtrrniiti A thai, UanM Mine, Imr lriud tht imtmtmi, iHlk .ptmant uC VI I IL 01 Mil UMd I mom. 1mJvI, plD.la lha bk. palu mew U ionrjM of bowal llrMt mmm la ncloa r ovmflM. mmnam aiBoaiir. ff nqMii inuuoni, unmonntmt, nnnicitmunn or honnU, nd with .11 Ui. frBiHoma . torrtbl. mctom fMlln. lafiiMnHMMWl bf In. Mini, THE OHANtlR HmmwiI TMKATMKNT nawr. U Um br tkoratwk pdaia .1 MOrmUo buns) rmIUi wilt rnr mnirra bnaj. WHUlM.. 1UN M IMM1M WUM llfU WO ib. putt, ta ta MMbtt Iii (llllllll.ll r EVERY LAOV OAN TREAT HERSELF, 0. B. Pilt) BflmedV. I f l.M Ibr m O. & Oktarrb Our. PKErABBD J. A. McCILt- M n . ' -I-!" F. D. FELT, Druggist Rubber Clothing Leather Coats, "Working Goods, Umbrellas, Gloves and Mittens, Heavy "Winter JPants. Strictly One Price to all. TEAS, I Uua Uwra to v t.,i tra.tanU O. B. Btomacb Powdsra XT I O. B. Kidnar CoDMk r,.,P. .., Ask for descriptive circuUn. ' TRAVELERS' REGISTER. Big- Fo-vu; IRo-ate. From tut after Not. 15. 1891, trains will pass Wellington as follows central standard time: ooiita wist. No B NIzhtBl 9:BBD. a No.S7 Columbus Acoom. B:Kp.ra Ko.3 Clnclonatl and Columbus Ex 8:30 .m N0.Z3. Cleveland n4 Wheeling ei. 7:40 a m No.81 Local Fieioht 11:30a. m OOIMOIAST. NoJI-WrttEx 5:45a. m No.SB -Cleveland Acoom , B:i5i.m No. Cincinnati 4Cle'd Ix 6:28 p. m No. 4.-Wheel! nt and Cleveland ex 4:45 p. m No. 82-Loca Freight . 12:49 P. m -Noi. 8 and 9 will run dally. . Not. 23 and 24 between Cleveland and Wellington only. "W. Ss Xj. S. arid C 6c 2S. Commenclne Aucni't 24, 1891, trains will pats WelllnKtou a' follows standard times QOINO EAST No. 5 ll.OOs.m No. 7 4.16p.m No. 9 8:03 p.m. No. 17 (Local) 8.45 a.m OOINO WEST . No. 4 10:S5s.m No .8 ,.. 8.12p.m 0. 8 8:0Sp.m No. 16 (Local) 2.20p.m Noi. Mand9dally ;otheradily ex. Sunday. Further information in regard to this line will be found on pnice 2. Xs. 2s W. Huntlugton, west. 9:11; east4:31. B. A 0. SULLIVAN. EAST.-No. 14, 4:30 a. m. No. 10, mixed, 92 a. m.; No. 8,6:35 p. m. WEST.-No. 7, 12:10, p. m. No. U. mixed, 8:63, p. m. No. 15,9:10, p.m. THE MARKETS . SHIPMENTS OF BUTTE It AND CHEESE FOB THE WEEK END1NO NOT. 25. Cheese 4,846 pkgs. 13089 lbs Batter " lbs CHEESE. OhioStandard 9 . Family Favorite BUTTEB. Dslry.per lb 06 0 24 Creamery V lb 80 IXOUB AND FEED. Floor, per sack (49 fcs) 1.33 Corn meal, per cwt. 1.40 Chop, per cwt. 1.80 Mlddllngs.percwt 90 Bran, per cwt 85 Oil Heal, per cwt 1.80 a BAIN. Baying Set'og Corn, shelled 0.70 Corn, in ear 0.70 Wheat 95 Oats 80 GENERAL PBOUUCE, Ohlckens.dreaaed.per O 0 08 Kfc.P'1, -M Ham, smoked, per h... 0.08 Tallow, per lb 0.03 Hides, per 0 0.04 Potatoes 85 Hlckorynuia 1.00 " J T. HASKELL, Attorney . at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank buildinff. J II. DICKSON, Attor.iey , at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. RN. GOODWIN, . ance agent and insur- notary public. JJecus, wins, con tracts, etc. written neatly and legally. Over Seragc's shoe store. PKATT & IIEKRICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration, liailroad street. SAUNDERS the photogra pher. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and enlarging in crayon, ink and pastel. Crosier block. BUSH & STEVICK-Geo. C. Bush and Chas. C.Ster vick, general insurance agt's, Benedict block. 22ti. c E. SUTUFF, dealer in Ann I Anil, tnaitA fodJ li ft tUUl .41.111111 UA ii vjiuunoii" Ion, Jackson, etc.; prices low, terms cash. Office on "West Liberty st. Telephone 48. AM. BASSETT, dealer in , raw furs, Taylor-st, Wel lington, O. (50 CHRISTIE & BSNNET T ManoraOTURXBa of CARRIAGES, WAGONS A5D SLKIGIIS OF F.THY DBSCMFTIOX. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. D. L. WADSWOETH A CO., Manafactorarsof and Aaaltnla Soorsj Basb. xx& Slixxds Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Bblnglee, Battens. Mould- lnss and Flooring. Sidlns made and Sur face Planing done to order on short no- tic WELLINGTON, O. M-lT NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FKOM THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent JUtppeninKS and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. SUlLiVAK. Nov. J8.-Mr. Jlartsel. owner of the Polk and SuIIIvho hack line, made bis last trip as mall earner for Uncle Sam on last Saturday, the 14th Inst. The Hulli vanites in the future will receive their mail yia the B. & O. We are called upon to say a few parting words and bid the old back a long farewell. You have been a faithful servant of Uncle Bam and the public generally, and have guarded their Interests carefully and well, lo, these many, many years you have rolled on, unflinchingly under the glaring rays of a summer snn, and through the winters, mud and snow. Morning and night your coming has been anxiously and Impatiently waited for. Many have stood at the appointed hour, gazing In the distance, eager to catch the first glimpea of your dint-stain ed top, as you came to view bringing yourmisslois of joy and sadness from absent friends, but do more will we await your coming, lor you are of the .ast and live out In memory. Farewell. j) ' Nov. 23. The contractors have some five or six tar load e( stone on the ground br the new school building end there Is as much more to com. Quite a lot of kay is being baled in this vicinity for eastern markets. The price paid ranges from IS to 88 per ton. Men Bobler Is very sick. The ladles of the relief corps are mak ing arrangements lo secure a hall of their Joe Johnson is sick again. A lung trouble seems to be his main difficulty. Express and freight charges are rather high on the new roadj , ' Some of oof young Vple attended the dance in the erase j- at Polk. O- last week. . Will Dnnlap end wife, of Bouth Dakota, are at Sullivan once more. Miss Cora Maxheimer (s the guest of her sister, Mrs. Homberger. Miss Ina Carver ie visiting friends at New Portage and Barbertown, Stanley Rice and J. Q. Bllnn are busy shipping poultry this week. The regular choir meeting was held at the Congregational church last Friday ev ening. The leader, Mr. Garyer, wis as sisted by Mr. Fireman on that evening. The oyster supper at John Taylor's was for the benefit of the Hopewell church. There was some difflcnlly in getting any mail at Bulllvsn last week. The postmas ter at Wellington sent two sackf tills by private conveyance. Had it not been for that we would have bad next to nothing during the' whole week. The trouble seemed to be in the fact that the postal clerks on the lines connecting with the new route bed received no official orders to deliver mail matter to the B. & O. mail agenls. We presume the matter will be arranged satisfactorily by this week. The mall leaves Sullivan for the east at 9 :47 a. m. and for the west at 4 :08 p. m dally. LITCHFIELD. Nov. 18. The donation Balurday even ing was well attended, the proceeds being 27. A. T. Stranahan Is Improving. Mrs. Badger, of Utah, Is visiting atN. Morehouse's. . Miss Winters visited M Irs Tola Burch over Sunday, Miss Rosa Rising Is at home. Lou Rice raised a field turnip this year which measured 38 Inches in cir cumference and weighed 130 ounces Who can beat itf The town ball has a new slate roof. Elmer Perry and and sister, of Elyria visited la town over Sunday. Miss Georgia Starr Is teaching the dis trict school at the center this winter. Lb Noih. WHITEPOX. Nov. 83. Wo. Hovey has moved to West ClarksSeld where be will work at and carpenter ond Joiner trade. John Emmonds has been suffering with erysipelas of the face for the past two weeks, but la Improving some now. Chas. Clark Is aasistlng la the Uovey factory. . iv Born, November 9, 1801, .to Mr- Mrs. Smith H. Fletcher a girl Smith says it Is a fine one. LerOy Twiddle Is very sick from heart trouble. Ben McClafQia expects to go to Clcve- land soon. I j There Is rumor of a double wedding in the near future. . Roxt. Highest of all in Leavenmg PowerTJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17,1885. SEW LONDON, Nov. 23. Again has the erlm messen ger, death, entered our community and borne away some of our number. No vember 15 Mrs. Granger passed away to mat long sleep that knows no waking. tier pure spirit is resting with her God. She was an unselfish, Christian woman, and "to die in the Lord Is gain." Her father end sister came to attend her funer al and the remains were taken to her old borne In central New York for burial, her husband, Or. Granger, accompanying them. November 17 Mrs. Mead, mother of Mayor B. B. Mead,-an aged hidv of ninety- three, Joined the ranks that have gone be fore. Funeral services at the realilenM of her son Thursday. Novembei 20 William McClav died. The old gentlemen has been a great suf ferer tor a long time, but now the struggle is over and rest has come. On the same day. in Trov. Mr. Tavlor. father ot our former townsman, Win Tay lor, passed away! On the afternoon of November 13 a number of members of the Masonic order went to Cleveland to meet with their brothers there. Mrs. Ira Wood has gone to Missouri to spend the winter with bet son. Messrs. W. W. Van Gorder and Wm. Moure have gone to West Virginia to look over some property therepnvlew of a trade. The lecture Tuesday evening by Mr. Willets was very entertaining and Is a good beginning for the lecture coarse. union f ouocK, jr., ass returned trom Idaho. .! Miss Myrtle Dunks was aornrised ee the eighteenth anniversary ef ber birth day by a number of her young friends, and u a token of their esteem they pre sented her with a gold brooch. The even ing was filled with Joy end good cheer and Miss Myrtle will long remember the pleasant event. Thecintata. "The Seven Slaters." will be rendered at the town hall thankselnne evening by the Methodist choir under the management of Geo. Barnes Miss Winnie Tsvlor has returned home from ber visit with Mrs. C. E. Healy In Detroit, Mich. Messrs. Henry V. Runysn snd Stephen W. Gates are quite sick. R. 8. Giles Is Improving. Nidiu HCNT1NOTOH Nov. 23. Though the weather has been very onpleaaant and the roads some what muddy, the meetings were well at tended last week and were very Interest Ing. There will be preaching every evening this week at 7:30 and on Tuesday, Wednesday, Tbuisdsy and Friday at 10 a. m. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin VanDuyk, November 16, a daughter. Mrs. Lottie Shuns sod her children, from Norwalk, came to Elwood Russell's last week on a visit Horace Robinson has been spending s few weeks with bis son, J. B. Robinson. Mrs. Lucretia Cook, ot 6pancer, Is visit ing st Mrs. Wm. Nooney's. Sidney Dlrlam spent Sunday with his mother. 1 Mrs. Crosby Is spending a few weeks In Lodl with her granddaughter, Mrs. Lilly Richmond. Lewis Meachum and his mother attend ed a surprise party In Wellington Ian Fridsy evening.. SPENCKB. Nov. 24. Dock Hull and 'wife, of Wellington, visited at Isaac Ream's on Fridsy. Rev. J. W. Schreffier snd wife of West Salem, were entertained at Mr. Benjamin Long's a day or two since. Mrs. O'Di ll's Dinner snd sister hsve returned from a visit to Mew York. Seih Busblnell, of Olierlln, It at John Gardner's. Clarence Sweat, who baa- lived in Chatham for the past year, has moved Into bis bouse In Bpencnr. A. J. Devey is making impioveraents ou his house by raistpg it np and making It one story higher. J, H. Lang, of Oberlin, is also In town on real estate business. The ladles of the M. E. church will serve supper at the town hall on Saturday evening, Instead of Thanksgiving evening, as reported In our last. Jerry Kitchen having come to the coa elusion that It is better for man to be alone, packed np bis grip and has gooe k"d left his wife to care for herself. Washington Letter. Washihotos, Nov. 20. ISpeclal.J The president returned from the last va cation he is likely to have for the next seven or eight months a duck shooting trip In Maryland in time to preside over a very Important cabinet meeting today, st which portions of his snnual message to congress, which will be unusuallt imnort. ant this year, were read and discussed. inename or the successor to Secretary Proctor was also submitted, and th wm some Informal talk about the success of Minister Grant in getting the government of Austria to withdraw Its Drohlbltlnn nf the Importation of American pork, which is now regarded as an assured fact. Sec retary Blaine bad something Interasttn tn say about the reciprocity treaty with Mex ico ana nis anal Instructions to Minister Ryan, who left Washington lor the clly of Mexico this week. The negotiation of this treaty or agreement will probably be Officially concluded and annonnnad rvji after Minister Ryan gets back to his post ' ot duty, as only a few of the minor details remain to be settled. Secretary Foster la very much interest ed in the experience of Immigration Com missioner Schultels. who, in order to as certain the bottom facts about the Immi grants from Europe, came over from Eu rope In the storage as one of them, and made some startling discoveries concern ing the method of certain Enrooeaa uan. ciations la assisting certsln undesirable people to come to America, as well aa the Immcral pracl ices In the stersge oi Euro pean steamers., secretary Foetev say tin no amount oi staematlp tnSnence will pre, vent his getting at the bottosa-ot thW wuoie Duainess ana putting a stop to It, If can be done under the present laws. and he thinks it can be. Postmaster-General Waosmaker haa nearly completed bis annual report, which will be a business document from begin ning to end. He will give the results, sa far as tbey have been obtained, of the nr. periment made by the department by au thority of the last congress In extending the free delivery of mail to small towns snd villages, which will show that the ser vice nas resulted in increased business at every poetofflce where it has been Intro. duced, to asy nothing of the convenience ana saving ot time to the residents of small places in Having their mail regular ly delivered at their houses, sod the re port will strongly urge sn SDoroDrlallon sufficiently large to make this service gen eral. 1 be report will also contain some Interesting matter concerning the war on the lotteries, the new postal subsidy law. tne reports trom county-seat rostmaatera. and a renewal of last year's recommenda tion for the establishment of a postal tele graph. Next Monday the Republican national committee will meet here to determine the time and date for holding the national convention next year. The city is already full of representatives of cities anxious to get the convention. The New Yorkers claim that they have secured promises from a majority of the committee. r.x-Benator Edmonds made his annear- anco before the people of Washington In a new role this week presiding officer of the church congress now in session hero Real Estate Transfers. Frank and Illnbetb Seward to Charles F. 80 ero.pt. o( lot t, blk M, property en Broad st- Elyria )YK00 Qeerte a Bl to Wlnstoa L Fay pt oi lots s, land 18. Graf ton tp 1000 Qeorce at Willord to Herbert F Wilford, li acres Bldgvllletp 1200 Jobs Ores or? to George Nail. 31 acres Aroatp..... BOO Julia I Bweec to L W Rlehnoadl w half of vlllsca lot 9. Lad range 1500 Louis Woloott to L W Richmond, vtllace lot 6 LaG range SOS Frances A Adams to Frank MeCaroa. lots 4 and i la O F Baseman's add Lo rain eja Alfred Nichols to Ansoa I at oCollaoi, lot 15. blk S, Hogaa'e 3d add Lorala SOS William Bales to Christian Bensses.9S acres Henrietta township..... 3803 Harriett McClelland to James 8 UcClel Und.M'i acres. Koasla township 1700 Wm A Braman, trustoe, to Joseph Vot teek, lot I la W A Bramaa's second sub division ot great lot t Lorain 113 "Art yon ever going to growoU. like the rest of nsr" asked a man of an acquaintance he bad't seen for some time. "Well, not so long as I can purify my blood wtih Ayer's Sarss psrills," was the) apt reply. This man knew what be was talking about.