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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892.
THE ENTERPRISE. t ,B. Smith, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. Entered at tbe postoISce at Wellington as eeont elan matter, according to statute. OoeYeir SiiXontht 76 Three Monthi , 40 Advertlalnp tveaents per line, octa Insertion. Sptce.nd Column lULi msdeknown ontppll. tno. HON. E. 0. JOHNSON. NOTICE TO VOTEKS ! The County Board of Election has divided Wel lington township into two voting precincts. Precinct No. 1 compris es all territory east of North end South Main street. . Voters residing therein will vote in the usual voting place in the town hall. Precinct No. 2 compris es all territory west of North and South Main 6treet. Voters residing therein will vote in the J room formerly occupied by G. W. Crosier & Co.. on North Main street. By Order of the township Trustees. A. B. Lambert, Townsnip Clork. Wellington. 0.. Nov. 192. On next Tuesday the great buttle of bal lots will be fought. The question of po litical supremacy for tho next four years will be determined on that day. Which party shall control the destiny of this great country of ours for that time will be set tled. Tbe general campaign outside of New York has been unusually quiet, but tbe Indications point to the re-elec'.ion ol President Harrison. There seems to be a general feeling of satisfaction with the policy of the republican party, in protec tion to American industries, American workmen, and a stable currency, as against free trade and red dog money. ' The campaign in this district, for con gressman, has been quite spirited, and a brief review may not be amiss. In May last the republicans ol this district were called upon to meet in convention and cbooso a mun to represent them in con cress. Several candidates contested for the honor. Before the caucuss Lorain county had two candidates the lion. W, A. Bramnn aud E. 0. Johnson. 01 the fifty delegates to which Lorain county was entitled, Mi. Johnson received thliiythree, and Mr. Bramnn seventeen. Like any good republican, Mr. Bramnn recognized the fact thnt for Lorain county to go into tbe convention with a divided delegation end two candidates meant the defeat of both ; and, therefore, in the interest of harmony, and to the end that Lorain county might be honored with the nomination, withdrew from the content. The convention met In the city of Minefield and Mr. Johnson was selected to bear the republican standard in this, the fourteenth, district. No more pleasant and friendly contest ever took place, and all left feeling their work well done. It seems, however, that a few re publicans in the district were dissatisfied and Immediately began to devise ways and means to secure Mr. Johnson's defeat Casting a ballot It personal privilege and shduld not be questioned by any one but we would ask the dissatisfied ones with Mr. Johnson to look tbe ground over caretully and see whether it Is good policy to vote lo still give tbe democrats the power in the next bouse of representatives. Their proceedings lo the flr.t session of the present congress should satisfy the or dinar man that change was necessary Now IT a democrat Is elected from this district we will have a democrat to repre sent wnatll March 4, 1695. This district is largely twpubhean aad should kayo republics to repteeeat It. We de not be lieve tbat tiifc rspabllcins la their mo. meat! of deliberation desire My sock change. Therefore we hope that the voters Ladies' Pride, Gentlemen's Pride, School Girls' Pride, School Bovs' Pride. will seriously coutlder this lmportttnt point that we cannot always have every. thing In this world just as we would like lo have it hence it is necessary to make concessions occasionally even though it does not suit all around. All wo ask Is lor every voter to consider well all these Im portant mutters before depositing his bal lot. Hsd eome other gcntlemnn been nominated some would have been dissat isfied in oilier ways therefore everybody cannot be satisfied. In order t show In what eBteem Mr. Johnson is held by great and good men who have been personally acquainted with him for years, and who have spoken In his behalf during the present campaign, we compare their names with (hose repub licans who are seeking his defeat: For Johnson Senator Sherman, Gov. Wm. McKinley, ex-Qov. J. B. Forakcr, Secretory Charles Foster, Hon. L. C. Lay lln, Hon. W.S.Kerr, Hon. W. W. Boyn ton, Hon. John C. Hale, l'rof. H. M. Par. ker, Heeman Ely. For Unrtcr Loomis, Hicks. Voter, cast your vote for tho republican nominee. The editor of the Elyria Democrat furnished a few lines of ancient history last week. The doctrines advocated In TO appear to be fresh in his memory. Bro. Reefy should call in a carpenter and order a le sections of his Itcard removed then a little light of tho present day will have a better opportunity to shine In. Pkubonai.ly we have nothing against Mr. Hartcr, the nominee for congress, but we are entitled to bit public acls. Tbe people should bo apprised of the true inwardness of his ideas upon undeimlo- ing our present system of money and his free trade doctiine. They are both dan gerous In the extreme. We do not believe that there Is a demo crat In this dislulct that will endorse Mr. Ilm-ter's bill that ho Dresentcd in congress on the money question. Just think of it for a moment, remove government bonus as a security to the bill holder and supply their places witn bonus ot some oiu de funct railroad companies. Tii temperance men rcgardles of party look upon Mr. Ilarter as a blank and a fraud utxin tbe temperance question. He declines to raise hit voice in 1U favor and does all he can to secure tbe support of the saloon element. Now, let either one of the above statements be denied. :. Uohebt larmer.bow would like to bring your products to town and receive In ex rlnnffo bills on branch banks that are likely to be worthless before you get home? Just vote for Mr. Ilarter, and it will surely come. Tns committee on elections decided to dividu Wellington township into two vot ing precincts. The gentlemen probably acted from pure motives; but as yet we are unable to see the necessity for it. Tub editor of this paper visited the ex. treme southern part of this congressional district Saturday and found the Johnson flowers all ready lo bloom on Wednesday morning, Nov. 0. Thb works in half of the productive mills in the country would be ready for the scrap Iron heap In less than twelye months II Mr. Harler's theory of free trade war adopted. It served the bankers right to be sold on Mr. Harler's speech on Ihe money question: they bad no business in sending for blm. Tns bankers of the Pacific coast will not tend foi Mr. Harter to talk to them on the question of finance again. Com miteei will be at the polls to show you bow lo arrange your ticket to rote. ' Vnr destructive Area occurred lo Mil waukee and Cleveland last week. Til bankert on the pactflo coast ridi culed Mr. HarUr't money system. Mb. Haiti le known a the tat dodg er, over la Cation. " Tib preaUaat has returned to Week itgtot. p a : , G ts tke pell early aad east yew . A Proud Quartet. These special shoes have by their merit well earned the proud name which they respectively bear. They possess style that is new, novel and original; wearing qualities that never cause complaint; and fit so glove-like that the i for tunate wearer can't but be proud. THE BENEDICT SHOE CO. Leaders in Fine Footwear. locoata and Fanaticism. Locusts havo been doing great dam age In some of the district of Cape Col ony, and the legislature has been con sidering how to deal with the plague. Some of the Cape farmers believe that nothing should be done. The following clipping is a report of what took place at a meeting of a village council. It is from a Cape newspaper: "Mr. S. Orob ler aatd he had heard about the making of a locust law, and spoke in solemn term of the godlcssnesa of auch a plan. Mr. I. Greeff said that if they would make a law to destroy locusts they mnst take into account which King is their ruler. Mr. C Schecpers spoke in the same spirit, whereupon the following motion was proposed by G Scheepers and seconded by L Oreefl: 'Seeing lo custs are a plague which cannot be looked upon otherwise than as a pun ishment sent us from above, this meet ing most strongly condemns the procla mation of a law for the eradication of tho sold plague. ' This was carried." A Choice Iteelpe. There Is a choice recipe. In which the owl figures, to "make anyone that aleepeth answer to whatsoever thou ask," given In "Physlck for the Poor," published In London in 1657. It say that you are to "take the heart of an owle and his left leg, and put thai upon the breast of one that aleepeth, and they shall reveal whatsoever thou shall ask them." The Hindus, however, de clare that the flesh or blood of an owl will make a person insane who eats or drinks it On this account men who are devoured by jealousy ot a rival or hatred of an enemy come furtively to the market and purchase an owl. In alienee they carry it home and secretly prepare a decoction, -which an accom plice will put into the food or drink ol the object of their malignant designs. WUIU Tlllbrook Bonot Mayor Tillbrook of i!cKeeport, ra., had a Scrofula bunch under one ear wlilch the pliyilcan lanced and then It became a running sore, and was followed by erysipelas. Mrs. Tlllbrook gave blm Hood's Sarsaparilla the sore healed up, he became perfectly well and Is now a lively, robust boy. Other parents whose caltdren suiter from impure blood should profit by Uils example. HOOD'S PlLLS ere lUWtaal ConMipetloa by r, tortus pertiUltle action of the ailm.nuij BUSINESS LOCALS. Don't miss our cut sale. Harvey does J uft what be says. Crockery. Look at our stock of crockery and glass ware. Laundon, Wlndecker & Co. The North Side Clothing Store is glylng some clinchers. Mow Before cold weather have a fine photo ofvour resident. Satisfaction guaran teed. IUu-n W. Johnson, view photo. grapher, Wellington, U. 43tf In some lines our sales are beyond our expectations. Underwear neyer equaled in prlco. See It at Habvet'b. Crockery. Look at our dinner and tea sets. Laun don, Windecker & Co. We promise to more tban meet your wants and pnrae. Yon wsnt the most to be bad for your money aid Harvey prom ises to give n. Crockery. Our Vantine Importation of crockery U just elegant Laundon, Windecker & Co. Jaet Reaelved A carload of Michigan Potatoes, ' Will ell la lots to suit customers. W, A mold, 44tf) Wert End Grocery. ' WtaM Wsnted Hickory Illm Strip. Address Michigan Wheel Compaay.Lasalag, Kick. ' a Creekery. The I asat assortment ef crockery ay er kreagkt to this tovav-Uaado, Win decker Cri . ' Cabinet Photo. If you want a fine finish cabinet, the best place to get them Is at Williams' gal lery, over B. Vanator, Crosier hlock, Wei llngton. Booms open every Friday and Saturday. Try us once, and you will come again, for we can suit you in price and In the quality of work. 45) ft. S. Williams, Photographer. W. & L. E. On account of the teachers' convention at Orrvllle, 0., Nov. 11 and 12, will sell tickets for $1.43 round trip. A special rate of $1.75 to Toledo and return every Sunday with one day's limit Crockery. The handsomest line of crockery ever brought In tnvn la nn In iIia .i.. if Laundon, Windecker & Co. Auctioneer Sales ot all kinds attended to promptly and on reasonable terms. Orders can be left at tbe Entei-ribe office, Wellington, for my services. Henbt WniTR, Spencer, 0. Crockery. Now Is the time to buy crockery. It is very cheap and very handsome. Laun don, Windecker & Co. Look I Im.'f oho ha. lit 1 1, il rAr.lnln he uses tbe famous Blush of Hoses. The' gentleman with her use it also, but you could never detect it on their faces. We ill quantities of It. F. D. Felt 17 Notice We have nnv nn hind . Hn. .twL . Tea and Coffees j also lull assortment ot Groceries and Provisions, and are selling uicae gouus ai me lowest casn prices. W. ARNOLD,. West End Store Highest price paid for butter and eggs For Rent Enquire of Mrs. M. Eunz, Hamilton it 44 The genuine Round Oak for sale hv 3. W.Wilbur. Garland stove for sale by J. W. Wilbur Now la the time tn hnv thrwu ho.nllfnl Electric coal oil stoves. Call and see IhematJ.W.Wilburt. Twenty Per Cent Lower Rate for Insurance tban the Ohio Farmer, in old, first-class companies with large capital. Good protection and sure pay. 87tf 1 JosErn Bineiiower, Agt, Wellington, O., Sept 13, '02. AUCriONEER.-J. n. Arndt will sue lloneer sales ot all kinds of property Satisfaction guaranteed. P.O.: Sullivan Ohio (Utf Artist. Mrs. J. C. Whipple, artist. Portraits In oil, crayon, pastel. Floe work a special ty. Landscape and Marine in oil, pastel and water color. Picture framing at low est prices. Brighton, O. 1 Good evening, have you used ah there Is no need of my saying anything further, I am sure you will hereafter use nothing but the Famous Blush of Hoses for your complexion. Yours with best wishes, Flora A. Jones, South Bend, Ind. P. S. Call this eve at F. D. Felt's and learn the particular. 2 5000 Ladles Wanted To learn the secret wonders of the Em press Josephine Face Bleach. (500 is of fered as a reward for the first case where Empress Josephine Face Bleach and soap will not remove a case of freckles, pimp les, ton or sunburn. See F. D. Felt, tbe druggist, and learn more about it. 27tf LAND FOB BALE.-Two hundred acre of good farm land, well timbered, with liv ing water, well located, with a little im provement, situated In Osceola county, Michigan, near railroad station and mill Also 157 acres ot land with railroad acroM it, and station, saw-mill, house snd barn blacksmith shop and other improvements, for sale at 19.00 per acre. For further In formation inquire of (Stf Wm. II. n. Sutliff, Wellington, O. Dentistry. I have secured exclusive right to use Dr. Stedmsn's method of making clamp plates in Wellington. All kinds of dental work done in a skilful and thorough man ner. Yours Very Truly, SOtf W. L. Holbrook. 125 to ISO Saved. CUT TKI OCT AND BRING IT WJT TOtT. To all persons In Wellington and sur rounding country who wish to buy piano or organ: We will save you from $25 to $90 and pay your expenses to visit tne fac tory st Monroevllle. Highest grade In struments oalv. Edna Plana and orsan company, Monroevllle, O. Ti (48 Una Aagwr Bits Headquarters for the Irwin Patent Solid Center Stem Anger Bits. These bite are far superior to any on the market They bore In any klad of wood, In the end as well as la the side.without pressure. They have twice the clearance of any other bit, and having bat as crimp, It to Impossible for them to choke. ' Having a solid coster, they r mack strew ger. They require mack less power I bcrtsf- Each bit to made et a la grade of steel rad tally watTsatea. .rot eaia oy . w. wuonj. an Ss CLOAKS 111(1011 CLOAKS! Jackets, Jackets, Our stock is now very large and we are daily receiving from the best manufact urers in the country. Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks. Come and see our stock before purchasing. HPIIIIOH, WIMCffl i CO. eorge I. Oiggs i Co, 17 & 19 West Broad st, Elyria, O. Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks! "WRAPS, WRAPS, "WRAPS. JACKETS, JACKETS. Our stock of Cloaks ! Cloaks ! Cloaks I was never so large and complete aH it now is. During the paat week we have added to our stock many new and at tractive lines of garments just out by manufacturers.. " To any one needing a garment of any kind, we. invite your. inspection of our stock. JJ aEORGE T.BIGGS & CO, V , 17nd.I9 West Broad Street. - v 1 J ' r, m, y Windecker CO. CLOAKS! Jackets! IL 0 -Ohio. (3 fell r'-'r -" - . i . - . t