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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1894.
THE CONVENTION Of the National Catholic Total Abstinence Union. In another year the Catholic Total Ab stinence Uuion of America will have passed the quarter-ceutury mark. It has just been holding its twentyfourth an nual convention in the city of St. Paul. The total abstinence movement among the C itholic population of the country, r,s lcjireseuted in this union, began in the city of Washington in 1870. The growth in interest has been steady, and net results as to membership have been excellent, while the benefits to the members and their families have been beyond estimate. The city in which the convention was held this year is one of the Catholic strongholds of the United State?, so that, as a matter of course, a most cordial re ception was accorded the delegates. While the general financial depression might be expected to have had its influ ence on the attendance, but slight in roads upon the number expected were made as a result of the hard times, and there were nearly 2000 delegates present. While the influence of the church is al ways present to stimulate endeavor, it required something more than this to make this movement the power it has be come. In the twentyfour years of its has life it gained a membership of nearly sixty thousand. While many of these the majority, iu fact are men, yet the women and children have not been over looked. The membership is as follows: Men, 2875; women, 5329; boys, 11,892; girls, 2002. Philadelphia has the largest number of societies, 162, with a total membership of over 16,000. One thing which has been of special noteworthiness in these sessions of the national society has been the marked en thusiasm aroused by reference to the re cent letter of Monsignor Satolli on the saloon question as it relates to tho mem bers of the Catholic church, or, to be more precise, the saloon-keeper question as the Catholic church is related to it. The secretary of the body, the Rev. A. P. Doyle, of New York city, struck the key note of the convention when, in his an nual address, he said: "The strong and determined position taken by Monsignor Satolli against the liquor traffic as carried on in the United States will give new zest to our efforts. The no uncertain tone of his magnfliceut letter has sent it ringing through the press of the country, and it will do more than twenty appeals to set the Catholic church aright with the American public on the momentioua question of the sa loon. It has been a veritable declaration of independence." (m the first day of the convention the members attended the cathedral in a body, where pontificial high mass was celebrated and a sermon deli'-cred by Archbishop Ireland, who has been known the country over as one of tho foremost advocates of temperance in the land. The archbishop took occasion to refer to the attitude of the papal delegate. He maintained that if no honor was given the Catholic saloon-keepers in any re Bpect, they must soon pass into the min ority. America, so the archbishop be lieved, had set her face against the sa loon, 'the den of corrupt politics," and any church which would not come out for temperance wa3 an odius excrescence on the soil. He was hearty in his ap proval of the stand taken by Monsignor Satolli. There were the customary pleasuring interlarded in the sessions, and on one evening there was a public platform meeeting in which Protectants as well as Catholics were invited to participate. At this meeting a message was read from the pope granting his, blessing to tho convention, and another from M msignor Satolli, in which he said, '.The Total Abstinence society is the guardiuu of the homes of America." An incident of interest was the presen tation to the convention, by a delegation of ladies, of a greeting from the Woman's Christian Temnerance Union of America. It was appropriately received. Joined with it was an invitation to the conven tion to send fraternal delegates to the next national meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance union. The series of resolutions adopted em phasized all that had been said at the sessions of the convention on the saloon question. On the immediate question as outlined by Satolli the resolution read: "It is believed that this action will crystalize the influence of the church against the saloon, and will stamp his letter indelibly on the irreconcilable en emy of the church. The decision of the papal delegate cannot fail to give addi tional authority to the recommendation of the Council of Baltimore, that all Catholic saloon-keepers abandon as soon as they can the dangerous traffic, and embrace a more becoming way of mak ing a living." It was also voted to give no support to Catholic papers which allow liquor dealers to advertise la their columns. It was decided to hold the next national convention In the city of New York. W. 8. Harwood in Harper's Weekly, Aug. 18. Allen's discovery for Piles. Allen's Discovery for Piles is a certain cure for all forms of piles. Do you have soreness and chafing with Intense itching often at night? It is dangerous to neg lect these symptoms. If you have suf fered for years with chronic piles and feel you can't be cured, give Allen's Dis covery one trial. It is a new discovery that cures piles. Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents. Sent by mail for 50 cents. Address Allen's Discovery, Box 8S IRoy. N. Y. Sold by J. W. Houghton and F. B. Tissot 2 The Past ( Guarantees The Future The fact that Hood's Sarsapa rilla has cured thousands of others is certainly sufficient reason for belief that it will cure you. It makes pure, rich, healthy blood, tones and strengthens the nerves, and builds up the whole system. Remember Hood 's Sarsa-' parilla Cures Be Sure to get HOOD'S and Only HOOD'S. Hood's PIII9 are especially prepared to bt taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla. 35c. per box. THE FAIR. Reduced rates on all railroads. Tick ets good until September 15. The best free-for-all race in this part of the state. Come out and see the record lowered. The base ball game is expected to be an exciting one. The dining hall will be in charge of gentlemen of experience who are bound to please. A square meal will be in or der at noon. The checking department has been let to careful men who will at tend to the wants of the patrons in look ing aftor their parcels, baggage, etc., and relieve them of all care and respon sibility in that lino. The people are in vited to lay aside their home duties and cares for two days only and favor us with their presence, in order to secure success. Remember wo ask only two days of your time out of three hundred and sixtyflve. AMUSEMENTS. The Riley's, who appeared in Welling ton a few years ago for a week and made such a gm id impression with our theater gievs, will be seen at the epera house all the week commencing Monday, Aug. 27. The company this season is one of the be.st the Rileys have every carried, and as all the plays are all new they should meet with big success during their en gagement. here. Little Friday, one of the most wonder ful child artists on tho stage, is with them. Tickets will be on sale at Adams' on Monday night. Every lady accompanied by one person holding a paid reserved seat ticket will bo admitted free. FARMER'S PICNIC. Invitations have been extended to granges in Wellington, Clarksfleld and Wakeman to attend a picnic to be given under the auspices of Brighton grange in Goss' grove, Brighton, Friday, August 24. S. H. Todd, of Wakeman, will de liver an address. A good program has been prepared, jrood music provided for, and it is expected that a large delegation will be present from each Grange. t ome ono, come all. SILVER ' WEDDING. A nleaaant company gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Fisk on Monday evening to congratulate them on the twentyfif th anniversary of their married life. There were fiftyfive pres ent. The home was taken by surprise. Coffee and cake had been provided by the friends who planned it. Rev. A. h. wall rearranged the marriage tie, and the couple were started on the second twen tyfive years. For the gifts whieh were leu. as well as tor me Kino rememo- rances, Mr. and Mrs. Fisk wish to return thanks to their friends. ADVERTISED LETTERS. The following letters remained nncalled for at the postofflce August is: Mrs. V ill Blanchani, (i. M. Miller, u, Purpora, Mrs. Effle Williams. U. W. AKSEB, t M. DIED. HALL In Welllncton, at the home ol her daughter. Mrs. 0. E. Smith, Auk. 1, at 10 m. ot paralysis, Miss Polly A. Hall, aged 73 years. During the hot weather impurities in the blood may seriously annoy you. Ex pel them by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, tne great uiooa purluer. BUSINESS LOCALS. Those Sterling silver hair pins are per fect beauties, at Wight & Son's. Fresh and Salt Meat. J. M. Crabtree deals in fresh and gait meats and pays the highest market price tor hides. 2ttl For 8ale For Bale breeding ewes and lambs, Enquire of W. D. Warren, one mile west and one mile south of Wellington. 34 Cider The cider mill on Clay st. (formerly run by Jas. Griffith) will be in running order Tuesday, Aug. 21, when you can get your apples made into cider and ap- - I . ..II QUI pie ji'iiy. atti To the Public. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Christie & Bennett has this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, and all persons indebted to the firm will please call and settle with Harry Bennett, who will continue the business. C. N. Christie, 3(5 Harry Bennett, Wellington, 0., August 20, 1894. Card of Thnnkf, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Daugherty desire to extend their Blncere thanks to their friends and neighbors who rendered as sistance during Mr. Daugherty'g afflic tion. Lost, between tho flouring mill and the first road north or eillngton, a leather purse containing a small sum of money. A suitable reward will bd paid for its re turn. 31) w. Jl. KIRK. Undertaking .1. M. Bonschoten, embalmer and prac tical funeral director, will serve the peo ple at all hours. Office at residence on Taylor street until further notice. 28tf Cable from Queen 1.11. Dear Gresbam: One more boon I crave. I trust In your affection. 'TIs oot to murder Dole, tie Knave, Or to put down Insurrection; TIs not my crown, bat me to save, I write in deep dejection, And so a package I must have 01 Park's lea for my complexion. . Gretham's Answer to Queea Lil. When I received your cablegram I thought 1 sure would faint For though I often use Park's Tea 'TIs not for your complaint, I feared that Mrs. 0. would think Wrong about our connection Till on her dresser there I saw Park's Tea for her complexion. Disappeared. A gray or stone color crape shawl. A reward will be given if returned to the Enterprise omce. u A new line of Mandolins and guitars at Wight & Son's. For Sale For sale house and lot on north side Taylor street, next to Dr. Houghton's. Inquire of R. C. Adams. 32 For Rent. For rent, with immediate possession, a desirable house, centrally located, with fruit and good water privileges. Terms reasonable. Enquire of Dr. J. W. Hough ton. 31tf Bead Carefully. "What's your hurry, Henry?" "Well. I can't wait until I get to the Wellington Baking company for some of their French and rye bread and home made pies, for dinner. Mrs. Reed beats the world on bread, pies and cake." Big Four Route. German American Catholic congress. Louisville, Ky., September 24, October 1, one fare round trip, going September 23 to 25, final return limit October 1, Brethren church national conference. Ashland, 0., August 25-31, one fare round trip, going August 23-25, returning Sep tember 15. Fno-lish RnRvin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses. Diooa spavins, cums. splints, sweeney, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington, umo. zsvzu FARMERS . and others can save money by insuring in the old time-tried, fire-tested Ohio In surance Agency. It represents over 100.000.000 of assets, has large surplus, writes the latest and most liberal forms of policies, insures both farm and city prop erty, writes either cash or mutual poli cies, also issues tornado policies. Kates low, losses promptly paid. Before insur ing, call on or address the manager, Jos. Binehower, Wellington, 0. Relief in Six Ilours Distressing kidney and bladder dis eases relieved in six hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary pass ages in male or female. ' It relieves re tention of water and pain in passing it almost immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, 29v2 Infallible Scotch Cure not only cures rheumatism, gout, neural gia, etc., but a long list of other blood disorders, such as glandular swellings, old sores, scrofula, eczema, etc. It cleanses the blood. It is curing scores of sufferers today. It never fails nor disappoints. Ask your druggist for it and accept no substitute. This famous Scotch remedy is prepared only by the Hall Medicine Co., Toledo, Ohio. For sale by F. B. Tissot. A Proposal is not sweeter to your best girl than to have renewed life and strengtn wnen suffering from lassitude or mental de pression, caused by lagrippe. But no matter what the cause. Every nerve trouble, nervous exhaustion, loss of nerve and brain power, mental depres sion, etc., in either sex, is quickly and positively cured by vitaline and JServe tone, the great invention of a celebrated Scotch chemist. Just introduced into America by the Hall Medicine Co., To ledo, u, ask your druggist and taKe no other, bold Dy b. a. lissot. Notice to Lumber Buyers. Being in the building business, I can sell lumber of all kinds at hard-times prices. Special rates on hemlock shin gles for the next ninety days. Bring our bins to me and l will do you good, ihou on West Main-st. at track. General job work of all kinds. Drop me a card and 1 will call. 2tf s. D . black, Don't ruin vour eves with poor specta cles when J. II. Wight & Son Bell such good ones at a price within the reach ot ail. T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Promise City, Iowa, Bays: "I bought one bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for Rheumatism and two doses of it did me more good than all the medicine l ever took." bom Dy j. w, Adams, druggist, Wellington, U. 0 Land for Sale Two hundred and six acres of good farm land situate in the county of Osceola Michigan; well timbered and well water ed; near railroad, school and mills. For sale cheap or txcbuDg for land in Lorain county, Ohio. W. II. H. Sutuff. Wellington, Ohio. 4tt Notice We are authorized to make dates for sales for Henry White, auctioneer. Per sons desiring sale bills printed and requir ing Mr. White's services, please call at this office and get the bills, and we will make the date to suit. $1000 Reward If you match Parker's Titan Salve Cures all skin diseases, piles, burns, scalds, cuts, bruises; also, horse galls and scratches. Price 10, 13, and 25c. Ask your druggist for it. 29 Ice. The ice wagon has started out for the season. Parties desiring ice can leave orders at the Park house. A few refrige rators on band to lease at reasonable terms. West & Dibhle. I2tf J. II. Wight & Son have the most com plete stock of spectacles and eye glasses they have ever carried. Call and be fitted Soda Water. For pure fruit Juice syrups go to Ed. Robinson's. Dread 7 and 4 cts. at Ed. Robinson's. Ice cream soda at Ed. Robinson's. HAS GOODRICH GLOTTOG They are black, brown and gray, single and double breasted, reversible and otherwise.' We will be headquarters for these goods, as no such line can be seen elsewhere in Wellington. The prices range from seventy-five cents to three dollars. E. E. GOODRICH. 3 The The for Wheeling & Lake Erie. Tickets will be sold to Toledo one fare round trip, Aug. 21 to 25 inclusive on account of exposition, rickets good two days only. Summer excursion rates to Huron, Zoar, Lakeside, Put-in-Bay, Lakewood and Niagara Falls until September 30. To Toledo pleasure resorts Presque Isle, Marengo Park, Eden Park and Per rysburg, excursion rate $3.30 for the round trip any day during the season. Tickets good two days only. Buy Wheeling & Lake Erie milage, the only book good on 56 lines. ,T. H. Wluht & Son have sod bicycles since 1885. Tbi-y know which makes are most satisfactory to riders and keep that Kind, f rlcos are right. Houghton's Kidney .nd Liver .Cure. For all Diseases of the Kidneys. Liver and Urinary Organs. A wonderful Cleansing and Tonic Reme dy, acting onr the Internal Organs, N and curing all diseases which are caused by the failure of v these organs to perform their healthful functions. This remedy cures Bright's Disease, Dia betes, Gravel, Inflammation of the Liver or Urinary Organs, Catarrh of the Bladder, Dyspepsia, Debility, Constipation, Female Diseases and all disorders of Liver and Kidneys. ' phpaiki. bv j t Houghton, Wellington, Ohio. H,.N. A Case Gontalnine 200 Duck Lined Goats JUST BEEN BEOEIVED AT TIKE .IQNkfEKL Pat'd March 13, '94. Manufactured asi Constructed tj Wellington Fence Wellington, O. best and cheapest Fence on the farm and lawn. Buy no until you have seen it. Samples at Pa rf III Yoctjm Block, aC Wiy I Wellington, Oiiio. ; JjpA good, responsible agent in every township. Write for illus trated circular. Wellington FENCE C0. I J. Wood! Wood! The Wellington Lumber Co. has 500 cords of Dry Hardwood at their Saw-mill, also any quantity of cither hard or soft wood, green or dry, any length, 16 inches and up, long. Saw-mill Wood. Dry, per load (rack full) -Green, per load (rack full) - Kacks hold l cords. Other wood from $1.25 to $1.75 per cord, delivered. Our wood is cheaper than any other ever offered. Try a load. Put in your winter wood while the price is down and the ground hard. THE W EW TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Mil 01 anrirlfufirl For Sale Tke Llberly Razor, manufactured in Germany expressly tor my trade and war ranted nrat-tlaas. Trice $2.50. 89tfJ E.T.Robikson. THE Co, I H E H i i i t I ' I 4 . A i ill II I earth other wanted $2.25 2.00 ELL1HGTQ1I ' LUMBER CO. FA 10) till Notice of Appointment. , Estate of Harriet E. Warren, deceased. The underitigned lias been appointed and qualified as admmlnistrator of tlie" estate of Harriot K. Warren, late ol WellliiKton, Lorain county, deceased. isti F. 0. Warrkx. ( Dated this 3mh rttiy of Ti;ttt. A.P.W'i.