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V THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY APRIL 27, 1892. THE ENTERPRISE. J.B. Smith, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. Entered at the postoffloet Wellington as second class matter, aceorddnu to statute. TEEMS. OneTeu 1M SixMonths 78 Three Month! " AAnrtlilni tveeents per line, each insertion, Spaeeand Column Rates m sde known on sppll. atlon. Hill and Cleveland are still looking after their chance for the presidential Domination. Keprksbntativb Ganyard. from Me- dina county, served fr day in the bouse Man adjournment. Auditor IIkrrick has received the nomination for a third term. Mr. Herrick has made a very obliging and efficient ol flclal. Tub county convention being over, at tention will now be given to selecting del egates to attend the congressional conven. tlon, to be held at Mansfield May 25. The general conference of the M. E. church will convene in Omaha, Neb., May 1. The first question of general Interest to be dUcufsed Is the admission of women as delegates. The general assembly awarded the widow of II. P. Camp, of Medina county, $000, which was the salaiy for one year. Representative Oanyard served lour days befoie adjournment, and now the query Is how much was he paid. Mr. Bhamak has dectlced to submit to the Republican electors of Elyrla the question ss to. whether he or Mr Johnson lull be the ckndidste from this county for the congressional nomination. That Is the correct doctrine to advocate. Washington Letter. Washimgton, April 23. Senator Sher man surprised a great many people when he stated that the committee on foreign lelatlons had after a close examlnstlon become convinced that the present Chi nese exclusion laws would not expire un til 1804, as It had generally been accepted that the laws expired on the 4th of next month. This conclusion of that commit tee resUted In postponing indefinitely the debate on the new Chinese exclusion bill, which, bad been on the program for this week Its place was taken by the Mor gan silver resolution and several speeches have been made, including a rather sharp one by Senator Teller along the same line as the one made by bts young col leagoe, Senator Wolcott, recently. The house committee on foreign affairs will recommend a resolution providing for the appointment of a Joint commission the duties of which shall be the bringing about of closer trade relations between Mexico and the United Btatee. How honest the Democrat of the bouse were In passing their resolution for the Investigation of the alleged neglect of the Administration to pnnlsb the alleged vio lations of the clyil aervlce law by United States officials at Baltimore, was shown by their refusal to adopt the amendment sug gested by Representative Hopkins, of Illi nois, providing that the committee should first find out whether the charge were true by investigating for itself. When the average Democrat goes In search of party capital he leaves reason and justice be. hind him. Senator Chandler has Introduced a bill appropriating $2000 for the purchase of the marble bust of Gen. Grant, made by Franklin Simmons, the celebrated Ameri can sculptor. It Is fortunate for the welfare of the people of this country that the Republican senate stands betweeu them and the de sire of the Democratic house to cripple the various branches of the government service by cutting down the appropriations below the amount necessary fer their effi ent maintenance. A striking Instance of this disposition on the part of the Demo crats is the poetofflce appropriating bill, which before being passed by the house was reduced to $3,000,000 below the esti mates of Postmaster-general Waonamak er. Now If there were no Republican senate to see that enough money la appro priated, this reduction would prevent the extension In any direction of the postal service during the next fiscal year, u well as the establishment of the proposed post office on the grounds of the world i fair. The Republicans know that the intelli gent people of this country want good good postal facilltes and they also know that they can only be had by appropriat ing the money to pay for them. A Mute Recover Speech. Alpbonce Ilemphllng, of Summit lownsnip. Dutier uo., i'enn,, made an allhlavlt that his twelve-year-old son, who had had St. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost his speech, was completely cured alter using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and also re covered his speech. Thousands testlfv to wonderful cure from It for nervous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous dfcblllty, lliiHnnM- rnnfilslnn nt mind tinalaMia etc. Four doses of this Nervine curat Mr. W. E. Burns, South Bend, Ind., wbobad been sutler I ng with constant eadache for three months. Trial Dot tle and elegant book free at E. W, Adams. Attention! It yon desire a fine head of h air or a natural hue and free from dand raff, Hall's Ublr Renewer is the best and safest preparation to accomplish it. The Benedict Shoe company wishes to announce that they handle the finest men's shoes made in America. (Among them are those manufactured by Hanan & Son; Stacy, Adams & Co.; Heywood Boot & Shoe company; and Lewis A. Crossett) prices. Watch our windows for the latest styles and the lowest The Benedict Shoe Co. Mr. Amman's Reply. E.G.Johnson, Esq. Dear Sir: Your card addressed to me In which you make a proposition for settlement of the con gressional question in Lorain county lias been considered. I am willing to subor dlnate personal Interest for the take of harmony, and I agree with you ss to the importance of securing a representative from this county, but the proposition you make Is neither fair nor practicable. It I not republican and is in direct opposition to the doctrine you have Insisted upon: that one township in the county has no right to dictate a question of policy or nnlltlcs fur another. Have the (rood peo ple of Loialn, Amherst, Avon, Columbia and all the other townships of Lorain countv no interest in the question of who ball represent them In Washington? Shall they be denied any velce in the mat ter? Is it riaht or lust for the good Re publican voter of Elyrla, though they are a good and true as any in thl oroaa tana, to settle a question in which 40,000 people In Lorain county are as vitally interested ? You and I are not strangers to the peo nl ot the county of our birth, where we have resided continuously for fifty-five yenrs. We have been honored by our fel low citizens with place of trust and re sponsibility. We are known throughout the connty in an official capacity, and as bavin i had for many yean extensive busi ness relations. The whole people will be able to decide Intelligently between ns and. therefore. I see no reason why we should depart from the method adopted by the Republican party Irom Its birth. I enter tbla race at the solicitation of many Republicans in the county, and when my name was announced no other candidate from Lorain county was in the field. I will only add that among the large number of Republicans I have been able to consult since your proposition was re ceived, I have not found one who regards it a anything but unfair to th Republi cans of Lorain county, and if adopted, would, instead ol promoting harmony, create discord. Your truly, W. A. Uramas. A Card. The report that I became a candidate (or congress in tbe interest of anyone but my self, ii not true, and I trust that tbe Re publicans of thl county will not be mis led by any such false statements. Should my friends fail to secure my nomination they will be entirely tree to cart their bal lots for any candidate they prefer. W. A. Bramah. Real Estate Transfers. Sally E Williams, administratrix to H W Webstej, Plttsfield, 203 acres, $7307. A McGregor, administrator, to G W and H J Morris, LaGrange and Carlisle, 1S2 acres, $4580. J Braise to Z L Powers, Carlisle, 26 acres, $1800. John Stock to Chss Swartz, Grafton, 40 acres, iibuu. E H Jewett to D and A Cougblln, Car lisle, acre, $1700. ME Lang to J and C Bemls, Oberltn, part of lot 48, $400. N Miller to J W Decker, Brighton, 74 acres. $3300. O F Carter to J H Wood, Oberlin, part of lot 87 and 190, $900. . Z L Power to J M Braise, Elyrla, lot 14, Turner' dd, $1800. C W Colgan to Philip Savage, Lorain, lot 17 blk 5, $280. Edward Sbephard to John Stack, Graf ton, 40 acre, $1800. Frank Barnes to Wm Sbnbert, La Grange, 30 acres, $1025. F 8wearner to F Baus, LaGrange, 30 acre, $1815, 8 Bailey to T D Pqelan, Huntington, 2 acres, $000. M E Herrick to Emma Huylor, Oberlin, part of lot 88, $700. Bleep on Left Side. Many persons are unable to sleep on their left side. The cauie has long been a puzzle to physician. Metropol itan paper speak with great Interest ol Dr, Frank) yn Miles, the eminent Indi ana specialist in nervous and heart dls eases, who has proven that this habit arises from a diseased heart. He has examined and kept on record thousands of cases. Ills pew heart cure, a won derful remedy, Is sold by E.W. Adam. Thousand testify to Its value a a cure for heart diseases. Mrs. ( has. Benoy, Lovcland, Colo., says it eflect on ber were marvelous. Llegant book on heart disease free. Connty Convention. The following is taken fron the Cleve land Leader of April 24, in a special dis patch from Elyrla: The Republican county convention was held here today and was one of the largest and most enthusiastic assemblies ever gathered In Elyria. L. McLean, Esq., of Elyrla, was chosen chairman, and George H. Lewis, ot Elyria, secretary. Tbe following were cboseft as delegates to the state convention: E.G. Johnson, Elyria; G.W.Robblns, LaGrange; Hon. W. A. Braman, Elyrla; John F. Peck, Oberlin; Hon. 8. B. Warner, Wellington; W. B. Thompson, Lorain ; George W. Rice, Amherst; J. W. Bath, Elyrla ; B.B. Ad ams, Columbia. . The county executive committ 1 a fol lows: W. A. Braman, chairman; E. H Hinman, O. F. Carter, J. F. Davidson, George A. Clark, Charles P. Metcalf, Hen ry Wilkins, A. E. Lord and B. B. Adams. Oscar Herrick, the present incumbent, waa renominated for county auditor, a was Charles C. Ensign for sheriff. O. F. Carter, of Oberlin, and H. P. Chapman, of Carlisle, were named for treasurer and the latter received the nomination by a vote of 100 to 09. Charles E. Wilson, of Elyria; Volney McRoberts, of Piltafield; H. H. Week, ot Camden; N. L Ootion, of Amherst; and W. A. Chamberlain, of Grafton, were named lor county commis sioner and a ballot resulted as follow: Wilsoa.lOl; McRoberts, 48; Weeks, 27; Cotton. 15; Chamberlain, 8. Mr. Wilson having 'received a majority of votes, was declared lhe nominee. For county surveyor, tbe following were named t E. S. Jackson, Avon ; C. B. Snow, Elyria; and L. A. Fauver, Lorain. Two ballot were required to make the nomin ation. First ballot: Jackson, 08; Snow 6; Fauver ,93$; no choice, i Second bal lot: Jackson, lOOJf i Fauver 98. ' Albert Foster, ol LaGrange, was nomin ated for infirmary director aod R. E. Bra man, of Elyria, for coroner. . The convention also selected delegatt-s to attend the judiclal conventldn, who were instructed to cast the vote of Lorain county for Hon. J. C. Hale, of Cleveland, lor crcult Judge. Tbe following are tbe delegate: E. G. Johnson, C W. Johnson, Hon. D. J. Nye, A. R. Webber, W. B. Be- dor.ha, C. A. Metcalf, J. H. Dickson, Hon. J. T. Haskell, W. B. Thompson and E. H. Hlnman. For nearly half a century Ayer'i Cherry Pecotoral ba been the must Dooular cough remedy In the world. Tbe con stantly increasing demand for this remedy proves it to be the very best specific for colds, coughs and all diseases of tbe throat and lungs. uoous Darsaparma absolutely cure where other preparation fail It possess es medicinal merit peculiar to itself.. Congressional Convention. The Republicans ot the Fourteenth Ohio congressional district will meet In delegate convention at mansneia. unio, Wednesday, Maf 25. WW. to nominate a candidate for enn. ?ress and a candidate tor presidential elector rom said district, also two delegates and two alternates to represent said district at the national Kepubllcan convention. Tbe several counties in me aistnci are entitled to the fol lowing representation: Ashland 'a Lorain ..v.60 Huron 41 Morrow a Knox US Klcbland W Total. .208 TK D.niihllMn .I..I.M a. l. - . . I 1 ii u iviiiiuii.u vivbiwi.vi iuq nronu mjhii tiitta an, w.ril. In Ij.nl. .... quested to meet In their respective places ol holding elections on Friday evening. May 20, at 7:. o'clock, and select delegates under tbe Amherst 8 Elyrla, 24 ward 1 Avon 2 " 8d " h Black River tp 1 4th " ....s koraio vii.,i-iwara.i Million l " " 2d " l uraltonvll " ' 3d 1 Henrietta ' " 4lb " 1 Huntington ungnuin.... i ijaurange Brownhelm 1 l'enfleld vamnen i rmsneia Carlisle 1 Hldgevllle Columbia t Rochester Kitin 9 Klmaln- lit k.mI Klyrla township 1 Kusnla,2d ward!'.!.'. fciyns, isi wara i Kh-mii Wellington . Total. W. A. HRAMAW Member Congres. Com. .60 Probate Notice. TUB following accounts bar been filed In the probate office of Lorain county, Ohio, and will remain on file for exceptions until the 21st day of May. A. D. Wl, at le o'clock, a. m., at which time they will be for examination and hearing, vis.: Tbe final settlement ao- cnunts oi me executor or llepslbab Langdala. Tnosas Hera lie, Thomas Peachey, 3. A- Kliook harsh LaMoure. Administrator, nt Win. ( Marshall, 8. K. Bearle, John llafka, Laura iiinton, mine nicnarni, uotlelb mauer, John Nohelly, Hmlth 8- lloadley,. Guardians oi josepnonaier, Minnie VanWagnen, Wm VanNlet, Kpaphrodltus Derereaux. John N chafer. Assignee of O. A. Pwhin. Almithn partial settlement accounts of the executors oi ii. it. nawson, jonn rieirer, B. 1). Uiiswold. Administrators of Thomas C. Comstock, John Weller. (luardlans of fcdna Tunte, Clifford innie, niinam n. ives. Madge Ives, JMaryli Dram. a. u.uinnAH, i'robate -judge, Happy Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rejoice Because Hood's S&rsaparllla Rescued Their Child from Scrofula. For Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and all other foul humors in the blood of children or adult, Hood' Sarsaparilla I an unequalled remedy. Read this: "We are so thankful to Hood's Sarsapa nils for what It did for our little girl that we make this statement (or tbe benefit ol other anxious parents and Suffering Children Our girt was a beautiful baby, fair and plump ' and healthy. But when she was two years old, sores broke out behind 'her ears and spread rapidly over ber head and forehead down to her eves, and into her neck. We consulted one ot the best physicians In Brook lyn, but nothing did her any good. The doc tori said it was caused by s scrofula humor In the blood. Ber bead became One Complete Sore offensive to the smell and dreadful to look at. Ber general health waned and she would lay In a large chair all day without any life or en ergy. The sores caused great iicklag and burning, so that at times we had to restrain her hands to prevent scratching. For 8 years She Suffered Fearfully with this terrible humor. Being urged to try Hood's Barsaparllla we did so. We soon noticed that she had more Ufe and appetite. The medicine seemed to drive out more ol the humor lor a short time, but It soon began to subside, the Ucfclag urn baralag naal, sad la a few months her bead became entirely lew of the sore. She U now perfectly wall, has ae evidence of tbe humor, and her skin Is clear and bealUiy. Hhe seems like an en tirely different child, In health and general SBpcarauce, from what she was before taking Todd's Sarsaparilla LW.TBiDKmici, til Gtenmore Av East New York, Brooklyn, N. Y. This Testimonial ' Is aa Ul nitration of what Hood's Sanaparfris Is doing lor the sick aod suffering every day, from Maine to California. la the Iljht ot these (acta whe eaa say that the work ol aa louMBM concern like ours Is not benefloratr Hood a Pills n nr uu. oaittpttioa, MHiMinsM, JwudMe. sick headache, ladlfastka. LAUNDRY. CBB HERE I :if you want a dandy finish send bv Gibson to the Elvrla Trov steam laundry. Uoods sent every Thursday, return ed Saturdays. All work warranted satisfacto ry- vill and give us a trial aod be convinced iv-zs . sr. ju. uinaoa. O. S.A.CKE 5C CO.. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. The best companies In tbe United States repre sented by us. Office north side Libertystreet second floor Wadswortb block. ISltl L. B. PRATT, Yeterin&ry Surgeon nl Dentist. Ordersreoeived st Adams'.Houghton's and F.D. Felt's drug (tore. Horse still taken for treatment st my stable on Gourtland Avenue. PHOTOGRAPHS. ' We have purchased all the property in the photograph gal lery recently operated by Falor Bros., earlier by Chas. Fyke, and so long and favorably, known as the Sawtelle, and shall on and after Saturday, April 23, be .found at that place with an equipment improved by more modern appliances and with bet ter facilities for doing fine work than ever before offered in this plaoe. ' Our thanks are due for libera! patronage in the past and we hope to merit an increased business in the future. We hare all ot Mr. Sawtelle' negatives and can furnish dupli cates from same. H.H.SAUNDERS & SON SPRING STOCK . . . . SPRING STOCK Arriving from NewYork Daily. Our stock has been bought with special reference to the wants of our customers which we will be pleased to show. Dress Goods. Dress Goods, Dress Goods, hosiery, hosiery, hosiery, hosiery, spring wraps, jackets, jackets, cloths, cloths, cassimere, cassi- mere. Carpets. Carpets, carpets, carpets, em broidery,- embroidery, embroid ery, handkerchiefs, handkerchiefs, handkerchiefs, handkerchiefs. Table Linen. Table linen, table linen, iable linen, silk skirts, silk skirts, silk skirts, drapieries, drapieries, draperies. Laces. Lace curtains, lace curtains, lace curtains, laces, laceB, laces, laces. Black Dress Goods. Stock of black dress goods very full and complete. Laundon. Windecker & Co It i' not the size of the store, But the strength of the bargains, That wins the trade of sensible people. I AM MOVED! ! ! And thoroughly settled in my "Little Store Around the Corner," The location is Sheldon's block, and my business is furnishinsr boots and shoes to those who appreciate good goods at low prices. My stock is fresh and clean and my facilities for do- ing business first-class. My plan of doing business will be to buy my goods for cash, ' keep expenses down to the lowest point, make no bad debts, and give my customers the benefit of these savings. I SHALL XOT ADVERTISE SPECIAL PHICEH OX MY goods, as it would only induce other dealers to meet the prices with inferior goods. I simple invite you to Call on me in my new quart ers. Look at my goods the prices do the rest. C. A. Bush.