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V- CIEVUfiO, 0. NyPERPRISE. AlJamUy Newspaper Devoted to the latere ts of Lorain County and Vicinity. VOL. XXVI. WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1892. NO. 50 S 1 V . HE COME Chapman & Robinson's for your Holiday Presents. What will make your son, some one else's brother, a better An elegant tie A pair of gloves A pair of susjhnders A scarf pin A shirt stud An umbrella A muffler A plush cap or any of the many things REMEMBER Ohapman & Robinson have the Eight Goods at the Right Prices. Goods bought ESPECIALLY for flUniMiniBf amy's mi SENSIBLE Silk and linen handkerchiefs, Silk and woosted mufflers. Silk and woosted suspenders, . Silk plush caps, $1 to $2, Silk embroidered night robes, Silk umbrellas, $6, 5, $3.50, $3, Silk neck wear, $ 1, 50 c, 25c, Kid gloves, Beautiful umbrellas, $2, $1.75, $1.50, $1, Finest night robes in the land, E. & W. Collars to' close about One-half price, Yes, a suit of clothes or an overcoat on the same conditions. ... Don't miss our attractions. North side square. TO husband, father, brother, or present than A hat A suit An overcoat A dress shirt A trunk A valise Some trduw A knit jacket. on display at our store HOLIDAY TRADE. Pi esents PRESENTS. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. PENFIELD. Dec. 12. W. F, Langdon is on the sick list. Milton Starr visited his brother, Harry, In McConib, last week. Frank Bunt, who is suffering from that dreadful disease, consumption, is no better. Miss Leths Cone returned home from Ada last Saturday, where she has been at tending school. School will begin in district No. 3 next Tuesday, with Mias Chapman, of Hunting ton as teacher. Last Sunday, while James Jackson's family attended church, some sneak thief entered their house, but only succeeded la getting away with seventy-fWe cents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hastings were called to Creator), last Saturday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hastings' father. The meetings In the Jackson school house are becoming very interesting. There is a gocd attendance each evening. Let the good work go on. X. NEW LONDON. Dec. 12 Died, Nov. 20, Mrs. Henry Qine. Dec. 8, of diphtheria, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Staley, aged about two years. Married, by Hey. If. K. Crane, Nov. 23, A. J. Clark and Miss Sadie A. Bark. Married at the M. E. parsonage, Nov. 23, Harry L. Meredith and Mrs. Laura M. Jack. J. Day has returned to his home In 8U Louis, Ma Benjamin Shoemaker will continue the business of city draymao. a Witt, on his last birthday, was made the happy recipient of a lllUs sum of money by the ladles who In the past had worked under his management in the tail oring department. ; J. H. Beatty was In Akron last week. Louis Walker is stopping for the pres ent in Cincinnati. Fred Bigelow is in Oakwood, O. W. H. Moore or the Big Four has been to Cincinnati on a business trip. Mrs. Ira Wood has gone to Havana to spend the winter. Mrs. W. P. Lee will spend the winter at Connellsville, Pa., with her daughter. Mrs. O. H. Norris. Miss Cora Wootrlog is visiting her mother, in Delaware, O. Mrs. ' Myra Cronlster teturned from Cleveland a few days since. Mrs. Bert White and baby have returnad from a visit to her parents. Charles Townsend accidentally shot himself in the hand a week ago. Dr. D. A. Wood has opened a drug store In the Skelleuger building. The VV. C. T. U. met lst week with Mrs. Van Wlcklin. ' The M. E. Aid society will meet In the church on Frldsy aftereoon of this week. Rev. J. Mitchell, presiding elder, was with us on Sunday evening, Dec. 4. Miss Lena Runyan is sick with quinsy. Niniu HUNTINGTON. Dzc. 12. Mlas Effia Chapman left for Texas, Friday night, In response to a trie gram from there saying her brother Lint was very sick. George and Henry Lawrence left lor Marietta last Saturday. Their mothor and brother are very sick. Will Haodly had his ankle badlv sprained between two logs at the mill, Friday morning. Mrs. Oeorge Bradner fell last week and broke one of her ribs. Born, oo Dee. 0, to Mr. aad Mrs. Cous ins, a son. David Long's daughter, Agnes Hodgson, is v'sitlng friends In Rochester and here. Joseph Phslon and family and T. D. Phelon and lumlly attended a reception at Law Chapman's, civen for Fay and his new wife, last Saturday evening. The democrats hold an election in the town hall next Saturday, from p. m. to 4 p. m. to settle the postofflce question. ' We have two little newsboys in town, j One comes around Tuesday and the other Saturday. . Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. 8. Barnes visited their brother, last week, from Norwalk, Mrs. Hall from Michigan, is staying at Mr. Barnes', helping care for her lister. - About fifty of Lewton Glllelt's friends went to bis home and surprised him last Saturday night. It it had, not been such a cold, soowy night there would have been a good many mora there. Tbe joints and muscles are so lubricat ed by Hood's Hnrsaparilla that all rheu matism and stiflneis soon disappear. Try WASHINGTON LETTER. Wasiiijytoh, Dec. 9. Tbe restrictions upon fraudulent voting, In the present federal election laws are few enough and weak enough and lose enough, but the democrats are in such a hurry to remove them that, forgetting the present republi can majority In tbe senate, a bill has al ready been Introduced in both house and senate to repeal them alL Senator Ilonr truly says that when these laws are re pealed, all that will be necessary in greut cities like New York and Chicago and In many of the states will be for the demo cratic managers before an election to de clare what majorities they desire and such majority will be returned. It would seem ii this policy is to be carried out, to be a pity to putytka peepie to the expense of an election.7 The democrats are figuring through the repeal of these laws to con tinue in power indefinitely. They calcu late upon a permanent solid south and a large enough manulactured vote in New York, Chicago and other large cities to giye them permanent control of a majori ty of the electoral college. What a begin ning for the great democratic era of re form, and bow pleasing must be tbe pros pect to those who have allowed themselves to believe that anything good or whole some could come from a party with such a record aa tbe democratic party baa. Circumstances alter cases In politics as well as in everything else. The very democratic congressmen who talked wild ly about Impeaching Secretary Foster wnen be said that If it became necersary he should not hetsltate to use a portion of the $100,000,000 gold reserve fund in the treasury to meet the obligations of tbe government are now themselves saying that if there is a deficit in the treasury after It passes under democratic control this reserve fund can be used to make it up. There appears to be a good many demo crats In congress who have such short memories that they have already forgot ten that they declared in their national platform and upon the stump that protec tion to American Industries wsa uncon stitutional. 8ome' of them favor protec tion socially,, U.eJ openly-. .Amoofthft latter is Representative Boatoer,oi Louis iana, who says of the tariff bill to be pre pared by his party: "There should be In cidental protection for certain American Industries and I believe that President elect Cleveland will make knows when the proper time comes that be favors this system of tariff." Tbe republican senators held a confer ence this week, not to decide upon any thing, but merely for an exchange of views as to what policy they should fol low in dealing with the legislation of the session. One of the subjects discussed was whether the bouse bills for the ad mission of Arizona and New Mexico, now on the senate calendar, should be passed, no concluilon was reached, as there were quite a number of senators who had not made up their minds upon the subject. It will not be surprising If a later confer ence shall decide to take up and pass these bills. It may be set down ss certain tbat there will be no tariff legislation of any kind at this session. There Is no dis agreement witn tbe president in believing that tbe proper course Is to lesve the tar iff in It entirety for the democratic con gress to wrestle with. It is prooable that tbe president's rec ommendations for additional restrictions on Immigration and for the establishment of a national quarantine will be acted upon at this session. Bills looking there to have been Introduced in both house and senate. MEDINA. J. A. Codding, one of the old pioneers of Medina county, and brother to the late Charles G. Codding, died- at bis home near Remson Corners, Tueadaf evening of this week, aged 74 years. A petition was filed by 'Attorney Cal houn of Wadsworth before the county commissioners at this week's session, ask ing lor the annexaiioo of more territory to the village. Tbe petition was placed on file, and the first Tuesdsy after the second Monday in March was fixed ss the day for hearing. . The affairs of the Ohio Farmers Insur ance Co. are still in an unsettled state, so far as the effort of reorganization is con cerned. Tbe negotiations that are afoot to reorganize and start in anew have not aa yet materialized, at least nothing has been made publlo about It Gazette. The Cause of Rheumatism. An ascld which exists in sour milk" and cider, called lactio ascld, Is believed by physicians to be the cause of rheumatism. Accumulating In the blood, it attacks the fibrous tisanes In tlie taints and causes str- onlzing pains. What is needed Is a reme dy to neutralize the ascld and so invigor ate uie Kidneys ana liver mat all waste will be carried off. Hood's Sarssparllla is heartily recommended by many whom it baa cured of rheumatism. It possesses lust tbe desired qualities and so thorough ly do rifles the blood as to prevent occur rence of rheumatic attacks. We suggest atrlalnf Hood's Sarsnparilla by all who sutler Irom rheumatism. Highest of all in Leavening Power ywv r? ppx ii . ysmMQn 5 a v y 1 s&m KWCI0Iy; ABSOLUTELY Court Proceedings. Tbe case of Horton vs Hull, which oc cupied the court for the last week, came to an end Thursday, when the jury re turned a verdict for the defendant Hull for $15a64. This case has been tried once before with a similar result. It was taken to circuit court and reversed upon a tech nlcality and sent back for another trial with the above result. The controveisy lelated to tbe sale of Huber engines and separators by Horton and Hull in 1882, 1883 and 1883. The whole amount in volved was about $1000. Henry W Ingersoll vs Joseph B Ram- age, money only. Settled and costs paid. Henry W Ingersoll vs R B Harris, mon ey only. Settled end costs paid. J A Standen vs Sylvia Frazer et al, fore closure of mechanic's lein and equitable relief. Dismissed by plaintiff and at his cost Michigan Mutual Life Insurance com. pany vs Thomas Myers et al, money and equitable relief. Default Judgment for plaintiff for$l,086 SO. H N Steele vs E P Crow et al, personal Judgement, foreclosure of mortgage. De fault Judgment for plaintiff for $30.30. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Ellen Cullen vs Edward Cullen, et al, partition. Sale confirmed and deed or dered. Attorney fees for $30 allowed. Alton Wooster vs the Mutual Life In surance company of New York, money only. 'Settled and costs paid. Jane E Dale, executrix, vs Israel Wiley, money and foreclosure of mortgage. Dis , missed e,t plaintiff con, rvV-- George C Prince ex's et al, vs Sophs Wslte, te quiet title. Decree for plaintiff. John Wood vs Thomas H Wood et aL partition. Partition ordered CRIMINAL BUSINESS. State of Ohio vs Leopold Frombach, selling and lurnishing Hqoor to a minor and selling on Sunday and keeping place open on Sunday. Sentenced to pay a fine of $59 and coats' and committed to Jail for ten days and stand committed until fine and costs are paid. Slate of Ohio vs William Lane, asssult and battery. Arraigned and sentenced to psy a fine of $23 and costs. State of Ohio vs Melvln Battel t, assault witb Intent to commit rape. Arraigned and sentenced to tbe Cleveland workhouse for a period of sixty days and pay costs of prosecution. State of Ohio vs John Flood, robeiy Jury sworn and and s verdict of guilty of robbery found. State of Ohio vs Isadora John, selling liquor on Sunday and selling within two miles of s place where an agricultural fair Is being held. Arraigned and sen tenced to pay a fine of $33 and costs and committed until fine and costs are psid. State of Ohio ye John Brand, selling liquor to a person In the habit of getting Intoxicated and keeping a place open and selling on Sunday. Arraigned and sen tenced to psy a fine of $75 and costs and committed to jail lor fifteen days. State of Ohio vs AlbertUs Smith and Beaver Brown, unlawfully loosing and taking a steam yacht. Arraigned and plead guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of $10 and costs. Todajr Hood's sarssparllla stands at tbe head In the medicine world, admired In pros perity and envied In merit by thousands of would-be competitors. It has a larger sale than any other medicine. Such rec ces could not be won without positive merit. Hood's Pills cure constipation by re storing the peristal tlo action of the alia mentary canal. They are the best family cathartic Marriage Licensee. ' , Myron Ross to Emma Yopts. Elbert Vsrney to Mary Vanarsdale. Christ Gaumao to Elite Gsuman. Albert Manning to Leesaa Lewi. Anthony Weber, J, to Cora B. HamIL mm The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Hemes 40 Ycar3 the Standout Latest U. S. Gov't Report .' v. This Column is Edited by Democrats, An Interview, tis alleged, took place ni Wellington soon 'after the late presiden tial election, between D. T. and son, G. C- U. C Father, 1 called to sea you and get your opinion and advice In regard to running for postmaster again. D. T. Most assuredly, my son ; yes, yes. ' You know, G. C, there are dollars and cents In the postofflce business. G. C But, father, you know those wicked democrats would work against us on account of our supporting and voting for Mr. Wlckham. D. T. Now, my son, tbat was all right; we had the best ot reasons for dolug that. You know you have tbe confidence and advice i such sterling and influential republicans ss A. G. aad son, and you are so much better qualified now. G. C Yes, father, I feel very much stronger now. I think I could bear the heavy burdens of tbe office four years more. D. T. That Is right, my son, I am glad you are feeling so well. Now.G.C, get out your petition, end let it be long sad strong. G. C But, father, those unregenersted democrats say I did not treat Dr. McClaran right after I got the postofflce before. D. T. Oh, now, my son, do not let such little things bother you. I know yon are chaste and pure In heait; try and forget It all. The Grand Army will support you. They know how you fought bled and died In your country's cauae, how you defended the good old flu at the terrible battles of Antietam, Malvern Hill and Bull Run. Yea, they all remember well how yon were surrounded by gieat heaps of shot and shell. G. C Yes, father, they will all testify, both great and small, how .bravely I always answered the bugle's calL But, lather, tbey tell me Deacon Ethlel Bene, diet's son-in-law has been recommended for the postofflce by our pious representa tive, M. D. Uarter. D. T. Yes, yes, my son, I know Dea con Etbiel and Mr. Hatter are very pious and temperate; but, G. C.the Lord loveth tbe brave. Remember the old war cry "On to Richmond I" So the interview came to an end and G. C. is scill putsuing the fleeing democrats with bis long petition. Sturdy oaks from little acorns grow, and not from little bushes, O oo, uo. A. Democrat Premature baldness may be prevented and tbe hair made to grow on heads al ready buld by the use of Hull's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itenwer. A Remarkoble Prow pectus. We have received from the publishers of the Youth's Companion its announce ment for 1803. Tbey promise an unusal. ly brilliant volume. Amoug other notable features Is a series of articles entitled, "Your Work in Life," written by persona experienced in tbe different trades and professions and designed to help young; 'men and women In choosing what to do, Another series, entitled, "The Bravest Deed I ever Saw," narrates deeds of per sonal heroism seen by United State gen erals and war correspondents. There Is also a scries of articles entitled, "Odd Housekeeping," which will be ot much Interest to ladies. Soma new sea storlee are contributed by William Clark Russell the famous novelist, and aevorat articles oo India by Sir Edwin Arnold. Special correspondents will write of the world'e fair, how to go and what to see la a given time. Gen. Lew Wallace narrates the origin and growth of his famous novel, "Ben ' Hur,'T while Erank R. Stockton tells the history ot "Rudder Grange." There will be elevea serial storiee this year, besides. more tbaa one hundred short stories by the moat successful short story writers, be sides many stirring tales of adventure. Tbe Companion aims to be a favorite la every familt , and its circulation of nearly . 600,000 copies a week testifies how wldely It Is appreciated. New - subscribers sent now will receive tbe paper to January lt free, Including the double holiday num ber., $1.75 a year. Boston, Mass. Hakin Poivden i .. . J .