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' WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, 1894.
THE ENTERPRISE. J.B.Bmltb Proprietor. WELLINGTON. OHIO. it red at tbe poiwfflce at Wellington as aoDlolassinetter,acordlniiiostatBte. TERMS. OosYflar nMoDthi htM Mnnths ... IJ50 T5 .... 40 Aavertlsln I peille,oeelBSettl apacetnS OoluanHalssBBaikaowaoaeppll. Republican County Convention. Tlie republicans of Lorain eonntrwllt meet at their usual placet ot holding elections in Mb township and ward sua Toting prednet In aald eoautT. on Tunsdav. Mar a), lm4, at 7 o'clock p. m., standard time, and then and there proceed to electdelezateatoeeonven tloa to be held la Blyrtaon Saturday. Jane t. VM. at 10 o'clock, a. m ataadard time. of aald day. The purpose of this cnmentlon Is to s. lectll deleaatea to represent Lorain eounty In the republican suite contention which Is to meet In Columbus. June ft and. WM.and to appoint county exeeutlro aud oentral com mute, to put lu nomination candidates for tbe following offices lu Lorain county, to-wit. County treasurer, Sheriff. Recorder. Commissioner, Infirmary director. and to transact such other and further busi ness as may come tiefore theconveutlon. Ihe basis of representation In said convention lor the several votlnu precincts In Lorain county will be one delegate for every tweiity-nve US) votes (or fraction of nor less than 13) east last fall for Win. McKluley for governor. Each township, ward and other voting pre cinct wtll lie entitled under this call to the following representation, to-wlt: Amherst 1st prec'ct 6 Elyrla 4th ward IS 2d S Uralton tp , " vll Avon Brighton Browhrlin Dlack Klver Lorain 1st ward. " 2d " ' Sd " . 4th - . Carlisle Columbia Camden Katon Klyrlatp " lstwurd.- 2d " .. " 3d " . 4 Huntington 4 . it Henrietta 4 , 2 Ladrnnue 7 , A Plttslleld r . 7 Penfield 6 . ft KldKevllle . 9 Rochester 4 . A Russia 1st precinct-13 . a " 2d " ....13 . S " 3d " . ti Phemeld 4 , 4 Wellliidtonlstp'ct.. fl . 7 ' li'l ' II I " II B H. Hums. N- HlTKIMt. M.W. Laxh, Total 227 V. K. Brooks, W. U. Johmhtox, Jui.irs Pars, F. E. Unrrix. A. t. LuHi'. W. R. Tnouesosr. County Executive Com. Ct.TTOs CKiraia, Secretary. Elyrla. Ohio. May 7. Fourteenth District Congressional Con rentlon. The republicans of the fourteenth Ohio eon gresslonal district are requested to meet In delegate convention at Alt. Vernon. Ohio, on Wednesday. June 2d, lKt. at II o'clock a.m., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for congress for said district. Tbe basis of representation shall be one del egate for every one hundred votes cast for Win. McKlnley lor governor In I8!"3, and one for each fraction thereof ot IWtyorover. I'pon this basis the several counties nf the district are entitled to tbe following representation; Asblaud 24 1 Lorain 67 Huron 4S Morrow 24 Knox wlhlchland 43 Total 22 The delegates shall be selected In the sever al counties on Saturday. June 16. M4, In such manner as shall be determined and prescribed by the two members of the cougn-sslonal com mittee from each connty Wu. Viscusa. Chatrnan, J. U. Brris. Secretary. Of the republican congressional committee;, 14th district of Ohio. Annonnrements. Ttk OOUXTT COMMJSSIpMC. ' ' W. II. n eeden. ol Graf loo. las consent to have his name presented to the next re. publican county convention for the office of county commissioner by tbe request ol many republicans. Tbe name of A. B. Hayes will be pre sented to the comlag republican county convention for the office of county com missioner. A. B. Hayes served his country faithfully In tbe last war from 1802 until 1865 and hu held the office of trustee of Penfield township for the past four years and still bold that office. He is well qual ified in every respect fo fill tbe office of county commissioner, and bis staunch re publicanism and fealty to the party for tbe past thirty years entitles him to the careful consideration of every true republican) In Lorain county la the coming contest for county commissioner. Mart RcrcBucaxe. On account of the very efficient services rendered the county In the past, we pre sent the name of T. D. PLelon as a candi date for the office of county commissioner, subject to the approval of the republican county convention. Mart Rzfcblicars. Female Suffrage. A vigorous effort is evea now making to admit women to the suffrage In the state of New York by the action ot tbe coming constitutional convention. The pecnllari ,ty of the movement is tbst it has not bcea undertaken by those who have been scot dngly called the "woman women". No sooner baa tbe movement been fairly start ed than a counter movement appears, and a number of ladies equally accomplished and distinguished protest that for their! part they do not dcsiie votes sod dread the ' new responsibility that tbe possession nf votes would entail. Practically Ibe whole question is wheth er women really disire tbe right to vote At present It la very far from being set tled. Petitions will be sent to Albany by those who desire the right of suffrage for themselves and think that tbe majority of their sex I with them; and counter peti tioos from other women whodepricate the conferring ot votes npoo thes and who hold this to be the general view of their sex. With inch a seism amocj the woano themselves. It Is extremely improbable that the constitutional con vent loo will ventura npoo any actios. Harper' s Week ly. For some time past tbe Idea kaa prevail ed thai the Wilsoa bill would be doctorwd p to salt tbe soother brigadier, bat hat week Senator Hill of Sew York gave them to asHforstaad that the New Zeglaod states mas be consulted, ot It would sot pasa. Tbe southern seaator kegua Igar log op voles and It became apparent that the bill could nut be passed at all without -the aid of Mr. Hill's vote. Mr. HU1 is likely to have his ow way. There appears to te quite a feeling ex. lit log against represebiatives and judicial officer! accepting of passes from railroad companies. There it no doubt that the giving of passes in many instance Influ ences those In office to tator tbe coipora tlons. We see no way ol ercaplngtbe abuse except to decline to vote for a nom inee until be agrees not to accept passes of any kind. Then compel the law mak ers to pass laws making; It a misdemeanor for any public officer to accept of transport tntion In any form from rallrond compa nies, Lorain county has no occasion to do any thing with their board of Infirmary direc tors. Over in Humn county It Is said that tbe trio (tbe board) made It a point to tray el In a body when anything was to be seen to, when It was an necessary for even one member to be present, and the tax payers did uot seem to be satisfied with their bills, so they petitioned for tbe passage of a law to do away with tbe board. Tbe bill be came a law am? the board will be dispensed with after January 1, 1805. The penitentiary Is now overrun with convicts. The worst leature of It is there is nothing fur them to do They are put through military drill, gymnasium exer cise, etc., to occupy their time. A remonstrance lias been sent to V. C. P. Breckinridge, at Washington, D. C signed by many ot bis friends in bis own district, urging hitn to withdraw Iron: the congressional race. Tbe powers that be in tbe senate have promised the people that the tariff bill will be ready to be voted upon by June 13. That is decidedly encouraging. Everything now Indicates a republican victory this fall. Tbe acts of the flftytbird congress are all tbe people want to know to brine about the change. The pu'pit is looking after the cause of labor troubles to see it some means cannot be louud to lighten the burden oi the o pressed. floo. M. D. Hurler has ordered that an election be held In Loral a to select a per son to le recommended for postmaster. The populists in the Canton district have nominated &n. J. 8. C xey an their candi date for cotigress. O iey's army will soon be a thing of the past WASHINGTON LETTER. Wasuikotor, May 18. The desperation of the democratic senators could not have been mads plainer than It has bean by their adoption of the expedient of alleg ing that an attempt has been majje to bribe two senators Hunton and Kle to vote against tbe tariff bilL The njfotlve for this action, which Is clearly a put np job, wu to frighten the democratic sena tors who are disposed to vote sgainst the tariff bill Into believing that they will be charged with having been bribed If they Jo not vote for tbe kill Senator Lodge promptly offered a resolutloo for Ibe ap pointment ef a committee of five senators to Investigate the alleged attempt to bribe senators; also the charge that concessions to the sugar trust contained in the pro posed amendment to the sugar schedule were made in return for a half million dollar contribution from the sugar trust to the Cleveland campaign fund. It remains to be seen how the democrats will yote on this resolution. They hsvs already voted down oos resolution providing for an in vestigation of the charge that democratic senators made large sums of money spec ulating In the stock of lbs sugar trust Since Coxey moved his slleged army out to Bladeoaburg. Maryland, about flye miles from Washington, the gang has ex cited little interest In Washington. They are now being supported mostly by con tributions of proyialoos sod money from people who live a long distance away and who hav been misled into tbe belief that there is soma greater principle in Ihe movement than the support ef a lot of professional tramps who have repeatedly refused offers of employment sod the i curing of notoriety for Coxey, which will hereafter be utilized on the lecture plat form or in soma other profitable manner. The friends of the administration it still has s few, end will havs as long as it has favors to give out hare had so little to praise It for that they sre disposed to make s regular herrab because little Nio araugua has, in answer to a peremptory demand mads by Ihe U. 8. minister, prom ised that the murderers of an American shall be brought to jostles. It is difficult to see where sny special credit is doe the administration for this transaction. Tbe authorities ot Hicaraussrlflrin; failed to even arrest tbe narderers ot an Amer- csn chixeo, one oi whom was well knows, it was clearly the duty of the administra tion to demand his arrest and trial, and It was dona. No ooe expecled Nicarangna to refuse to comply wits the demand. Ibe tariff Is sot the only subject upon which the democrats are split op. For In stance, the legislative and executive appro priation bill, completed this week by the house appropriatioa committee, takes It for granted that the reoummeodalioos of tbe Dorkery commiasioa for a reurgaolx. Hon of the treasnrr department and the abolish meat of bureaus therein employing 189 clerks, will be followed, and falls to auks say appropriation for iboas bureaus ArT Mur7T ' To those who do not care for baker's bread, caa find first else, bum made. yeast sna salt rising Dread, pie, cakes and cookies, all baked dally. Mrs. A. at. Baa. err, aecosid door north Mai lory's (tore. Sltf OBITUARY. Miss Ellzsbetb C. Warner was born In Suffleld, Coon., Feb. 15th, 1820, and died suddenly at her borne on South Main Of. on Saturday, May 19th. During tbe mote than twenty-five years that she has lived in Wellington she has been to s great de gree abut out from tbe world at large by reason af 111 health, deafness, and a period of blindness. During ber early life it was her pleas ure and privilege to minister to others, but in her later years ber life basof neces sity been that of una who must be minis tered ooio. With all her infirmities tbe wss so affectionate, so patient, and so grateful, that many tender lies were sev ered when Auut Libny, as she wu famil iarly called by family aud friends, passed swsy. She was for more than half a century s member of the Baptist church in Hunt- Ington, und was s devoted, earnest Chris tian. Her luneral wu on Monday, and wu conducted by Rev, A. O. Wall, pastor of the Baptist church of this place. Labor Notes. Grand Master T. V. Powderly, ol the Knight of Labor, has been found guilty of Iraud and expelled from lha order. In 1887 the order had over 700,000 members in good standing and today they probably could not rally 20,00. The treasurer oi the switchmen's union lias decamped for parts unknown with the funds of the order. The employes ol the Pullman car works of Chicago, 111., struck last week lor an advance in wages. The president offered to show them the books in order to satisfy them that the compaoy bad been running at a loss for the psst ninety days. The president informed tbem that he wss glad of an opportunity to close op and the works would now be shut down for an In definite time. Tbe painters in tbe csr shops at Nor- walk struck because their foreman wu discharged tor what tbey deeiu-d an in sufficient csuse. Thfir place have been supplied with new men. The coal strike is likely toebd in favor of the operators, as coal is being shipped In from England and the coal in West Vir ginia being produced by colored men and tbey bave refused to join tbe whites in the strike are In full operation. Tbe street car men in Cleveland have been granted tbeir requ(s In full, their wsges of s year ago being restored to them. Tbe strike on the Great Northern, in volving 4500 miles of road and over 5000 men, hu been settled by arbritatioo, tbe men being granted practically, everything asked. The strike on the Northern Pacific, which was carried into the courts, has been decided in favor of tbe men, the court holding that cootracta made with la boring men were, as binding ur sun tracts. It is the first instance; la over one bundled years in which a frurt has held that opinion. Tbe Market. Corrected every Wednesday.' Cheese Ohio Standard, 0 cts; Fam ily Favorite 0 cu. Butter Dairy per lb 11 cts; Creamery per lb 17 cu. Flour end Feed Float per sack (4011m) 70cts; Corn meal per cwt 0.!)3; Chop percwi $1.05; Middlings per cwt 30 cts: Bran per, cwt 80 cts; Oil Meal per cwt 1.60. , Grain Corn (shelled) 40 cts; Wheat 52,cts Oats 82 els. General produce Chickens (dressed) per lb 10 cts: Eggs per dozen Sets; Tal low per lb Sets; Hides per lb Sets; Po tatoes per bushel 75 cts ; maple sugar 6 cts per pound ; maple syrup 75 cts per gal. Those Sterling silver hair pins sre per fect beauties, st Wleht & Boos'. An Ohio Father's Babv. My wife received s sample bottle of Dr. Hand's Colic Cur. For four iimnths she hardly took ber cl'bea off, baby cried so Tbe sample of Dr. Hand's G-lic Cure worked like magic, I went rlirht to the droit store and bought a 2.V. uoitle and a bottle ol Dr. Hand's Plcuaol Phytic, and we sre Uuly grateful that such r-'M hu come to Deny and to us. Jo. v.. Vinsiu I'lawr. Ohio. Kol'l at all drng stores. Z' Crn'fc. (I Traveling Alone On journeys is tedious makes trios seem long which are all too abort with good companyi How is it then that on one ereat kmra. ey so many choose to travel absolutely alone torn tbeir backs on the only com panions that can make the war pleasant I It's tbe journey of life, and the way is long, tedious, and even dreaded, unless we are nana in hand with those Two Friends He iJt hand Strong Nerves I When they are stoog aays are wit oi sunsmne r Art Uuj tmU ym aaavba tktjomef Ufff, r Aasw ym trim firm wmy iy ctnUmutt, wrrv.svtnmit. dimpmtitm. ariiiiriuua t Wi Mf fUUyn Uul m fnmft uii ftUk- Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer (Umtft f r M Hltk sum SlrmgNi KssSaia year caws fwnb ataaas far reply, sad IK DorUH- will rdl dru ra. Vrr trrat- euras wUk Ksiiaaa TmbM Ws offer! 300 win a fma a asms a VKallsvr if tmmA ateasaXy of aninu sa fWa SMile, m timet bmsS with fwar lacal Saslsr write aa. Thai J.W. Brant Co. l Saakrawar-Msnl-Uas4- almon. men. AadsOSC,twrark AOswh' rrs store. wotllaetOB.O. -lne. K mmf barm. JtmSavaaaeail Scrofula Swellings urgloal Operations and Othr Treatment Fall A Pnrmansnt Our Cffaotad by Hosd's iarsaparllln. C.LHoe40e.,Uwn,Mass.i " I aad severs trouble with ess ef say leas for years. Tbs hnb would swell up and be very painful. Frost Urns te tune I wu laid as tor three months. A bunch would form Just below the knee and after being ope rs ted upon, would heal up. Ths local physician sxsmlned me and would help at ths Urns of treatment, but the trouble would shortly return. I tried many Hood'sCures remadias but did not gat any relief. Three years SfO ths doctors sgaln operated upon the gather ing but it cams oa aisle the next year. I then commenced to take Hood's Barsaparllla and It effected a eurs. My Umb wu not affected last year and I am now In good health." Frank Bakskl. Oxford, Ohio. Hood's PHIS sre prompt and efficient, yol easy In actios. Bold by all druggists. 2Se. 0 Spectacles and Eye Glasses Scientifically fitted by J. W. HOUGHTON, WELLINGTON, 0. The Winton Is a Winner. Four styles, Single or double frtiinO, G. & J. or Palmer lirc; Everyone 6.13 s it nni9 the eiiriiffjt of any wheel. The Wellington is another fine wheel. The name means full value for your money. Sold by H. Wadsworth & Son Wellington, O. If you are so unfortu nate as to 6cll your wheat at 50c. per bu. yon can make up for the loen by buying ladies' and chil dren's shoes at the cheap store of ' Wm. Hininger, House-cleaning time, with all its joys, has come again. You need new carpets, and J ou can get them so cheap at the store of Wm. Rininger Handsome and cheap new spring and summer dress goods make the ladies sing songs of ijaise. They arc found r.U.i - ! 1.1- AU ine rename mtirt 01 Wm. Rininger. Piry oriels Pry. Of all kinds, direct received daily, bought at our Mr. Windecker. LjWljjDOjlf ... a-.: 1 1 Warm Weather is Here And so is our line of . . . Fine Summer Suits, Straw and Felt Hats, Bicycle and Base Ball Goods, Balbriggan Underwear, Neckwear, : ' Fancy Vests at prices never before equalled in Lorain county. Have you seen our Persian effects in fine neckwear? Our line of children's clothing cannot be beat, and for the next two weeks we offer the choice of any child's suit in the house for $3.98. Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Straw Hats for 98 c. " .75 and 1.00 Shirts " 69c. The Elite Clothing House?. ainter 1 Emerson oodsi from New York, being rock-bottom prices by Ypsilanti Underwear. We are the sole agents. Sold at manufacturer's prices. No well-dressed lady can do without it. Come and see it. INOECKEB & QO. f . -. n