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1 " A , , . ... V HE I d T A I A 1 TTV 1 -1 1 T "TK VOL; XXV. WELLINGTON. OHIO WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 9 ,lb91. ' ; N0.49.. A Family ITowspapor Devoted to the Interests of Lorain County and Vicinity, s 1 7 t , .'. hi i i at vt h "1 . Chapman & Robinson will show you the finest line of HOLIDAY ' GOODS, ' consisting of Neckwear, Plush caps, Fine dress shirts, Mufflers, Silk umbrellas, Night shirts, Gloves, Cuff buttons, Scarf pins, Fancy suspenders, to be seen in Wellington. Call on us for your winter Overcoats, : Suits : and : Underwear. " Our rubber clothing department is well stocked with well-selected goods. Fish brand slicker coats - $2.50 Dull finish sheeting " - 2.00 Others at corresponding low prices. All goods marked in plain figures. E. E. Goodrich' .. 1" . -' In fact have much to be grateful for: we arc justly proud of our rapidly increasing trade. this season have been larger than for the "entire season oi last year. So, you see, we have every reason for gratitude and are Extremely thankful E. E. Goodrich Christmas Presents. . The finest line : of special "... Christmas Presents of unique designs toy ladies or gentlemen to be found in town is on exhibtion at the millinery store of - " r ' . . - Mrs. WalteCSr "Williams. Southeast Corner Public Square. Strictly one price to all. We are thankful. Our overcoat 6ales so far TRAVELERS' REGISTER. Blgr "Fcrax Xoiits. From and alter Not. 15, 1891, trains will puss Wellingtons follows central standard time: QOIKO WEST.. . Ho e-NlRhtBx :Wp.m No.47 Columbus Aeccm - :zzp.m No.3 Olnolaaatl and Columbus Ex S-.30 a. m No.23- Olavelandand WbeellnsM. 7:40a ra Ho.sl Local Ifreiuht 11:30 a. m OOIKO EAST. No-NIebtBz S:45a.m no.t(-CIvlnd Aooom 8:15 No. sCinclonatl ACIeye'd Bx No. 4. -Whellnx and Cleveland ex No.Si-Locil Prright .. 6:2p.m 4:45 p. m J2:4Vp.m -Nos. 8 and will run dally. Nos. 23 and 24 between Cleveland and Wellington only. Commencinir Ausust 24. 18.01. trains will Puss WellluKton a" follows standard time: OOINO EAST No. 5..-. ll.OOa.m No. 7 4.1p.m No.Q 8:03p m. So.l7(Local)...: MSa.m (iOIKO WEST . No. 4 ".' 10:5Sa.m No .6 S.tSp.m do. 8... ... S:0Hp.m No.l6(Local) . 2.20p.m No. 13tndSdallr ;otn'errdll ex.4andav. Further Information In regard to tills line will be found on pnge Huntlticton, west. :11; east 4:3. . B. A 0. 8ULLIVAN. BAST.-No. 14. 4:80 a. in.; No. 10, mixed, SO. a m.: No. 8. 6:35 o. m. V KST.-No. 7. 13:10. p. m.j No. 11. mixed, 8:511. p.m.; no. u,;ie.p m. THE MARKETS SHIPMENTS OP DCTTKB AKD CHEESE Vf)B THE WEEK ENDINO DEC. 9. Cheese pkes. lbs Batter lbsl CHEUI, OhioStandard & Family Favorite 0 BUTTER. Dairy, per B 06 0 20 Creamery V v. SQ IXOVB AND FEED. Flour, per tack (4 lbs) 1.S5 Corn meal, per cwt... 1.20 Chop, per cwt 4.. 1.25 Middlings, per cwt. 1.00 .Bran. perewt.. .... 95 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.50 OBAltt Buying Bl'ng Corn, shelled 0.60 Cora, In car... 0 CO Wheat. 95 0U . Si GENERAL PROItCE. ?h iokenl 4 resaed , per a "0 OH , ggg,prk)S.r..,..;w- T '-.4 Ham, smoked, per 11... 0.08 Tallow, per tt 0.03'. Hides, per 0.08 Potatoes 83 Hirknrvnuls 1.00 JT. HASKELL, Attorney , at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. I II. DICKSON, Attor.iey- J. at-lav and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. R N. GOODWIN, insur- g uuvu uvut ami jiuiuj y puoiic. Jncus, wuis, con 1 1 tracts, etc. written neatly and lesrallv. Over Scrape's shoe store. PUATT & IIEKFJCK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. SAUNDERS the photogra pher. Finest work and latest styles. Copying- and enlarging in crayon, ink and paste l. Crosier block. BUSH & STEVICK Geo. C.Bash and Chas. C.Ste vick, general insurance agt's, Benedict block. 22tf. CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in , coal Anthraeiie,Massil lon, 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 & BENNETT MAJiCfACTTJBIBA Of CaBRUGES, WAG05S AND SLK1UIIS Of XTEBT DBBORITTIOa. EEPAIBINO A SPECIALTY. . IM ITIDSWOBTH k CO., Vsnnfactarers of and dealers la . 33eer Bsuih, svxLd. 331lM.d Cheese and Batter Boxes, all kinds oi Lumber, Lath, Bhinelei, Battens, Mould. lnis and Flooring, bidlsrr made and Bur- face Pinning done to ordev on short no- wki.lihutun.o keVs from about us. iJOTKS FUOM THE SPECIAL COR- PvESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Ieent Spwinl Events in Their Im j' mediate Vicinity. V - XEWLONDON, The citizens of New London observed TliauUglvini; by In Iding union services in ,ie Congfcj; itlonal church. There werf numerous little quiet family din uem'slven. In the evtning the hall was Oiled lo liear the cantata, "The Sen n Slslerp." rendered by the members of t'.ie SlvtiHiU.ti'hoir, under the manuEemcnl nr (Vnrge liarnes. The entertainment was flrst-cUsi and ( very one selt they were repaid tor goinf:. We have consid erable musical talent In our community, P tiianksgiviiig eve, Mrs. Mary Kim bnj! psed into that rest wulrb will be undlslurbed until the judgement day. Her cheery welcome will be missed by many. She was a woman whose life was frauubi with many Chrirtiao deeds. She . was s member of the M. E. church and Daughter's of Rebtkab. Mr. Winebar, nf Gallon, spent thanks Kivtng week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Van Horn. Mr. sod Mrs. Daguall and little son spent the week in Newcomerstown, O. The Record says: "The Knights ol Maccabees organized lodge bero a short time since with filteen charter members." Mrs. W. D. Lee, Mrs. . Lee and Mrs. J. C Ranson are al n hospital in Cleveland tor treatment. Mrs. J. H. Hogan, of Cleveland, has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. L. J.Bmllh and Mrs. O. A Von Vrankeo of this place. tit, Knight, former sgeat ben lor the Big Four, has received s more lucrative position in connection with the road at Cincinnati, and the office here Is In charge or sir. Moore, sa old railroad man. Messrs. Van Oorder and . Moore have returned from their souther trip. Tis First National bank ia Kw London has jMxgaaixed under a new charter, the-, one nearing explratioo,'. The old offlcers and directors were re-elected. ' retry Fast has moved into kls new hotel at Hereford. On c-aturday evening the friends and neighbors of Mr. fend Mrs. M. Cooking. ham assembled themselves together al their homrand surprised that worthy couple, it being the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding day. The bride and groom of fifty years were presented with a new set ol china snd a big easy chairxand a pair of gold-bowed classes for Mr. Cook imiluim. Mrs. Walter Howell, of Bores, ihcir youngest child, came home to help com memorate the event The M. E. Aid society met with Mrs. A. Coj;hell n Friday aftornoon. On Tli!rs,iliiy eveninp, December 10 will occur Ihe second lecture of our lecture course. Col. L. F. Copeland will deliver bis popular lecture "Snobs nnd Foobbery," st Ihe M. E. church. Mrs. J. M. Oarrell and C. A. Van Horn are reported on the sick list. Miss Florence Knowltnn has returned home. 0 Nihil 1 KOCUE81S.il. The second Demorest Silver Medal contest entertainment will take place at the fit. E. church Wednesday evening, Dec. 10th. All will be cordially wel comed. Milk haulers have made their last trip for the season. Mrs. Cephas Myers is on the sick list. W. Bennett is building a coal house in district No. 1 Brighton. The K. O. T. M. are receiving new members at each meeting. Rev. Rutledge la conducting a series of meetings at the M . E. church. P. L. Kessler was out from Cleveland last week. Mrs. Brainard, of Michigan, and Miss Nina Austin, of Cleveland, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Austin, here. Clarence ltice has hired out for a time toL.H.Storrow. Mrs. Carrie Conklin visited her mother, Mrs. J. Btorrow last week. Our town has been well supplied with music by serenading parties for the past few evenings. 1 David Ileffner is lying very sick with a combination of troubles. Dt. Uolllday Is In attendance, Mr. Rttgg Is reported us being very pooriy.. Mrs. Luclnda Dnvls has gone to live with her sister, Mrs. Fisher. Our iiwmlll man is arranging for saw. ing pickets, as be is of the opinion that picket will be the coming fence. A. J. Richards is the boss snake killer fur this season of the year, be hav ing killed one in the water the second day of the present month. Floyd Anderson 1 staying with friends nindisra. Pmt. vCTttt.v . HFINTI MOTOR ' Deo. 7. Huntington is now in the greatest revival of religion that it bas seen lor a .great many years. Between fifty and sixty have asked for prayers. Twenty uulted with the M. K. church on last Sunday and elghloen the week be fore. Ten cf this number are married men, heads of families. There are ad ditions beina- made also to th Baptist church. ' Meetings will be held every evening (his week. People darr.e from Wellington and Pinfield to attend the meetings ' Miss Sadie Starr from Penfleld spent two or three duys with friends here last week. Miss Nora Long is spending a Week at home. Mies Lou Ward spent tlifinksglviug in Ulevpland. Miss Minnie Dlrlam has been suffering with malaria since thanksgiving. ellleOule is sick with malarial fever . J. B. Robinson gets around with the help of a cane. OBITUART. Judab L.Miner was bom Nov. 26th 1814. In Mew London county, Conn., snaaieu November 29, 1801, of apppleiy at dis borne in Huntington. His affliction came October 12th, wneo be totally lost tne use ot the orcans of sneech. The members of the family were constantly at his bedside and doing all that loving hearts could do to alleviate his condition, me sunject of this sketch with his faithful wife emigrated from Connecticut in 1837 and settled In the woods on the farm which has ever since been in their possession. For 64 years they lived and tolled together and developed that forest into the beautiful home which now stands as a monument to their persevering in- dostry. Five children were born to them, only two or whom, William Miner, nova of Kinsas, and Mrs. Rebecca Bush, ol weumgToo. ana the widow survive to Dtoara the loss of a loving father and de voted bosband. Tne funeral look place at the family residence Dec. 3. 'The large attendance of neighbors and friends gave expression to the high esteem which the deceased was held in the community. The writer .officiated - LA SKABTOK. ' ' Dec. 7. Our prophets says several wed dings are soon to be solemnized. Our new school bouse will not be closed this fall. The stores should ail close at 1 p. m. for ihe revival services. JUIss Nena Miller has been quite ill from an attack of malarial (ever. A new girl bas lately arrived at the home of H. H. Stuart. Van E. Freeman goes to Joliet, 111., in a few days. Claries Rave has told his bouse and lot to James McQiegor. John Cahlll snd Miss Lucy Foster were quietly married on November 35. Mrs.Fsnnie Wolcott Is quite 111 from lung troubles. Robert BIcKisson, an attorney of Cleve land, was married to Miss Cells Notrlog at the home of tho bride's parents in this place on Wednesday, December 3. Mrs. Emily Holcomb bat returned from an extended visit in Kansas. The balmy breezes of the prairies bsve benefited her health very much. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weldon will soon occupy the residence lately owned by Mrs. J. B. Hastings. Bert Plumb snd wile, of Lorain, were calling oa friends here last week. The Harris & Forrester comedy com pany played a full week's engagement at the town ball last week. They ar all g.iod actors and they deserve special praise for the creditable manner in which they rendered "Damon and Pythias," "Hazel Kirk" and "Monte Ohrlato." David II. Fender, a son of our landlord, hat come here to live and help his father about the hotel. Our stores are now filled with holiday presents in great variety. Harvey Ryan ia full of business witu his new hay baler. Mr. und Mr. Charlc Croaer are both very 111 of pneumonia. . . The Knights of Pythias at their last m.'filnn conferred all three ranks after which au election of officers fur the en suliin irim rs held which resulted at follow a; l (. N.thols. I C: W. B. Elliott. ( '. r. ; Elba . . C; L ' . Kerr, rrel.; H. II. Powers, M. A.; W. F.. H sot lugs K. U- 8.; l L. Oott, M. F.; G. W. Roboins, M.E.; W. B. Johnson, Grand Representative. X.- E. 1 have beeu u (Treat sullmer from dry catarrh lur iimi.t vi-iuk, and I tried many remedies, but hum- it il uie so much bent Ot as Ely's Crmni Hiil in It orapletelv cured uie. M. .1. I alb, 1)9 Woodward Ave Boston lllihlands, Alass. 1 think Ely' ('mm Halm is the best remedy for catarrh I ever saw, I cava took anything that lelleved mean quickly, ana nave out leu o wen tor a long tuns, I used to be troubled with severe head aches twit or three times a week. J, A i "-n.V?fr r r. n !...?"; BRIGHTON. Dec. 7. Chas. Mills bas moved into the honse of G. M. Peasley, lately owned by ' Mr. Smith. ' Lock Mvers. Irom Clarksfleld. hon nuv. ed into" the bouse ol A. W. Weeks. Mrs. Todd, of Norwalk. visited her brothers Charles hod George Greene. Norman Edgnlstone, of Norwalk, was In town last week. "y- Winter school in sub-dletiict No. 1 coin. meoced last week with Homer Vincent as teacher. , ' Miss Mitchell, of Rochester, visited her aunt, Mrs. S. Griggs, Mrs. Elia Hardy spent several dsrs in Clarksfleld. Mrs. S. Clark is with a sick sister. Mrs. Lurss, in Camden.' Ladies' aid society of the M. E. church meet with Mrs. Jickells Wednesday; De cember 0. Carrie liosfoid has returned to spend the winter. Ram. "I USA A vpr 'a Vv9T9 PimIa..! 1. .-v.......fc.in4 urcij ill my practice and recommend It In cases ol whooping cough among children, having filling It. miirA narfa I n ... ji.iM fl,... ...t.l . " - i. ... imo mai iiiiuuiv film riia. ABA th.H anu "!.. A lt f b nitw if ' Cn ..... Tt T...l. .. -. rt SPENCEK. ? Nov. 80 Rev. L. M. Snyder attended s wedding at Lakeyille, Holmes county, tbaiiksglving day. A. Southard, of Drayton Plains, Mich., is at his daughter's, Mrs! T.W. Daugherty. Mrs. R. Smith, of aide. O.. ia at T. C. Jeff er lea, .. Our town is making improvements in the way ot cross walks, using Clarksfleld ' stone. v.' The concert fluncsv evening, given bv the Myrtle league, was well -attended. me singing and speaking was well done. Mrs. Gilbert Jefferlea, ooe of the early settlers at the river corners la Spencer, died quit suddenly Saturlay evening, The iuneral is to be held today, Rev. LM . 8nyder condactiBthe serrioea. Waabiaaoi Utter. Washisqton, IJtefc, 14SpeeisXJ Everybody ia . .Haatijjp alad that the' Demosratlc caoens tomorrow i will aettlt the whole bustneaa, but from, tfa oiaonv. in which this preliminary vsswkeuas been,' condocted, it is fair to assume that the eleetloa of speaker will be bus th begin ning of new troubles for the Democrats. There will be ball a dozen claimants for ererr chairmanship of a prominent com mittee and the disappointed men will be apt to be heard from on the floor of the house, and when the "getting even" pro cess Is started the Republicans of the oouae are not likely to retard it anv. Besides, the speaker will have the impos- stoie tasE or satisfying the varloua ele ments that have coatributed. dlnwtivn Indirectly, to his election. That the honse win oe an unruly body is certain. senator froctor is DrsDarina- lotum over the affairs of the wsr department, to tne assistant secretary Oea. Grant a. he will on Monday take his seat in the senate. It Is exoected that hi will be nominated by the president next week, at the same time that other import ant nominations ara made. Ex-Senator Edmonds.who baa been her since the opening of the supreme coart, concluded not to remain until congress opeoed, so he has gone to Aiken. South Carolina, to Join bis family. He was Nsaeajast Delore Le left who was bin preference for president next vr. "Th nominee of the Republican convention,nhe repnea. ir be Is the worst 'Itennblleai. - m the country he will be referable to to- best Democrat." i The hearing of the arguments by (he supreme court In the three casea bioua-ht for the purpose ol breaking down the McKlnley tariff law. which took place this week, wss not calcnlated to encour age the gentleman who have bea per soaded to furnish the money to hire tht high-priced lawyers. One ol these suit is brought on the gtound that .the omission of the tobacco rebate claow from the bill as signed by tbe president makes tbe whole bill void ; another thai the sugar bounty clause wu unconstitu tional and the other that the reciprocity clause is unconstitutional For convenience Ihe three esses were heard as one, and It th. re was any doubt U what tbe final de cision will be it was almost entirely dlsd patt-U by tbe tenor of the questions pot by tbe Justices during, tbe argument, to lawyers. Tbe constitutionality of the law was ably maintained by Attorney General Miller and Solicitor Geoersl Tatt ' Secretary Foster has been confined fa bis house since bis recent trio to New York, to speak befuro ihe Chamber , o Commerce of that city, bathe was well enough this week to put the final toucher to kls annual report. He will . go sontl for ten days or two weeks before rmm ing his duties. There Is no truth ta .th. rumor that be had broken down" Iron, overwork. He simply bad a severeVol.i. which developed into something like tU ?f'?l. , '