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WEDNESDAY OCTOBEK 2, 18)5.
THE 'ENTERPRISE. J .H.Smlt 1. proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. Entered at t.ie postofflce at Wellington M eeoad-class matter mnndpr of IMr country is a major-gener- al except by a special act of Congress. The grade of. lieutenant-general wascou fUrrfl.i imnn Scott. Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, und Schofield, and will soon be conferred on General Miles when congress next convenes. TEEMS. OncTear Six Months... Tbree Month ...!., 'v cents Dr line, each laser Son. Space and Column Bates made known on application. WELLINGTON, 0., OCTOBER 2, 1895. " BEPVBLICAN TICKET. - . Q llnuhtiAtl KorLi,utenanU ov.-rn..r ; A a .Jonei. For supreme .lude. Tlwddeu A. Mlnh II. For CIrK oi m preine ' v:""'"'.' Tor Attorney (leneral. K N Moi U. ror Treasurer, i-iiimici . .. ror lie irrncumii.o, ........ , - . For County Auditor, tieorue II. Lw1":.. For County Commissioner, 'ha. V "on. ForCOUnly ourvynr, e. k. Fo"lnu"mary Director. J. Ashley llawson. will deliver their addresses . at pany will not build a line from Welling- Everyone should make It a point to go to hear the political giants, Foraker iiml Hnshm-ll, Who ELYKIA, S.VTl ltDAV, OCTOBKlt 13. This will be the only opportunity wo will have to hear them in this county i.ta rr r.n nut, mill hear the issues UUO J V l fairly discussed. . i k WnKooti Rnilwnv tl.OO mo employes "i io """n" ' 60 are contemplating leaving me sen icb . 25 the company, unless certain grievances are adjusted. Their side or me story i ti.nttlie comnanv are dismissing em ployes without giving satisfactory rea sons. Every one of the unioriuuaies happens to belong to some union. Sniiin of the non-sectarian editors re taking a great deal of Interest at present in a better observance of the Sabbath. Glad to learn, brethren, that you have stepped upon a higher plane, as it was only two years ago that you were calling the editors cranks that opposed opening the World's Fair on Sunday. So far as talks with Republican mem- i.ra f the new Congress have got into print, their purpose is to pass bills im posing protective and specinc uuues sui fipifint to dve the government all the revenue it needs and without any more bond issues. If Grover don't like it, let him try the next thing. Ex-President Harrison will soon con- trit.ntfi ft few articles to the Lames Home Journal entitled, "This Country of Ours." The object is to enlighten the women a little upon affairs of State, in order that they may become versed in such matters if the right oi sutirago is extended to them. The Plain Dealer of the issue ofOcto- bpr 2. claims that (ienerai Manager Blair, of the W. & L. E., says the com ton to Rronklvn. six miles out of Cleve land, but tlve line may be built by a pri vate corporation and leased by the W. & L. E. Company. The Presidents and Secretaries of the i,nnr,ia of Paction in the four counties uoarus ui eievuuu On account of the large amount of tmt compose thi8 circuit judicial di mail matter that passes between this and t . t am, ,ipei,ipd to place U. L. Mar - . i! 14- oanm flint I . . j jf.ixi foreign countries, it would seem that there should be some steps taken to reduce the amount exacted for postage. TIkms ands of people that arrive on our shores are in very limited circumstances, and to nnv the nostace makes it very burden .v tj i lJ , some. To transport a letter to augiunu vin's name on the ticket instead of J. M. Jones. Whether this was tlie better way out of the muddle remains to be seen. Geo. II. Vaillant, vice-president of the New York, Lake Erie & Western, de ti.ia lifn nt. Rristol. R. I.. Sunday. nmuc aw Hum J--.. - - i jui ivn tidin iv ... - ' it costs five cents, and to many other Tno deceased was formerly connected . - t Ji il.-l . . . lit TTM1.. countries more, we iiuuk mai i I witli the Big Four under auiusou uui, amount should be reduced one-half. It a letter is mailed to a point in England, pay two cents for it, and let the two countries divide it. If the postage is six cents to any country, place a three-cent stamp upon the envelope and let the Tnited States have one cent and foreign countries tlie balance. By this plan the volume of mail matter would bo largely increased and the burden of expense greatly lightened upon those who are only possessed of limited means. and will be remembered by many of the business men along the line, Ex-Senator Warner Miller, of New York, did a memorable thing in the New Vnrir Ronnliliean State convention last week, when his speech secured the pas sage of the resolution standing by the enforcement of the Sunday observance laws in the Empire State. The Northwestern Natural Gas to win niivnnpn th ft wipe of natural gas Acting Postmaster-General Jones has October 1 five cents per thousand feet. made an important decision aiurmuig tiio nrice will men reacn uni ty rain . riMit nf TOiutiiintpra to withhold from Tim hniientimiq nrp that natural gas in delivery newspapers and publications this vicinity will soon be a thing of the - . . .. I . ,11 .1 41. which tney may consider nueious or oui- past wwise obnoxious according to the law rtpfinincr nnmailable matter. The de cision was based on the action of the nostninstpr at Davenport. Ia.. who re- VA i tors Braman and Johnson are get ting a little personal in -their editorial fliiifrs. Brother Reefy should go over fused to deliver from his office copies of and say to them that it is a great and ... .... 1 .... . J 1 4. .1 11 I . 4 1. a Kansas City publication, which he con Hidered libelous and obscene. A post master cannot, in advance, decido that lie will not receive for mailing, or refuse to oVlivpr conies of publications, but must base his decision on an actual ex amination of an edition or issue. A majority of the speeches delivered at Chickamauga, September lit and 20 by the Southern orators were very smooth and touching, but occasionally one of tlie Howell-Cobb school would spring up and proclaim that their cause was just and that they were merely overpowered. The question arises, whether much good is brought about by inviting these ex- brigadiers to speak on public occasions. Tlie State's right doctrine is still para mount in their minds, and as the seed was sown many years ago, it has taken deep root and is now hard to dislodge. General John B. Gordon, of Georgia, is drawing large houses with his lecture entitled, "The Last Days of the Confed eracy." The General, although only twenty-eight years of age at the close of the war, proved himself to be one of the most gallant officers of the' lost cause. good thing for brethren to dwell together in unity while here below. A copy of the Norwalk Chronicle, edit ed by our former townsman, E. E. Hus- ted, reached our table last week. It is a very clean sheet and we predict that Bro. Hunted will meet with success. Tlie leading Democrats in the State are organizing against the return of Senator Brice, in case there is a Demo cratic General Assembly elected. It is estimated that the expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 18, will be $30,000,000 over and above the revenues. The Democrats don't seem to have any candidate for President. At all events shelr leading papers have no names that they care to suggest The receipts of the Ohio State fair this year were $32,383.33, which is $5,125.08 over last year. The fair was a success in every particular. Gov. Culbertson, of Texas, convened the General Assembly in special session - I L1IU UCU His division was in the last engagement October 1, to amend the laws to prohibit at Appomattox, lie wm lecture prize-fighting, Cleveland. Tuesday evening, October 15, when he will give an account of the suf- xil0 Norwalk Experiment makes the fering the soldiers endured from January announcement that there will be no .4 ...Mil 1. .... ,-4, 4, 411 4 more street iaire in inai piuce uuui unit year 1, 1805, until the surrender. Some parties made application to the of tlm Cotton Kxrlinnirft exhl- bitlon, at Atlanta, Ga., to have a Spanish. Lf jfew York, has accepted a call at . . A l 4 141. 1 41. - I I . . . . Duu-ngm. wHiuu ui eiitiunuic, uui 11 Washington, u. u. was emphatically denied, ine managers said such an exhibition was unlawful, inhuman and barborous. But over in Dallas, Texas, a great fair is soon to be held and a prize-fight between two men is advertised to take place, and the au thorlties claim no laws exist in the book to prevent it. Dun & Co.'s Trade Review reports bu iness matters looking up a little. Bushnell October 12. and Foraker at Elyrla Tf vnnr child Is finnv. fretful, troubled w tn pi Annular swe nngs. lniiamea eyes. or Horps on the head. face, or bony, a uenerai iseison a. nines is w ,mMri..to General Schofleld, who by virtue of his' exp(1, the HCrouioug humors from the age has been placed on the retired list, blond. Tlie sooner you begin to give this The grade of the highest military com- medicine tne ueuer. WASHINGTON LETTER. Kced mid DrvU a Presidential Fonslbtll- tleK-Kentuckg Polities. Washington, Sept. 30.-"now would Reed and Davis strike you?" Trie ques tion was asked by one of a group of prominent Republicans who had been discussing opinions which had been ex pressed by Senator Pettigrew, of South Dakota, and ex-Senator Sabint of Minne sota, on the presidential outlook. The response was prompt and emphatic "Good." Senator Pettigrew expressed the belief that Senator Davis would be supported for the presidential nomina tion by from five to eight States at the opening of the convention, and that, ow ing to his very friendly relations witn the other candidates, his chance for win- ning would be excellent in case of a pro longed contest. Mr. Pettigrew thinks Senator Davis a splendid candidate. He anvflof Mm: "While nobody ever ac cused him of being a trimmer or of at tempting to carry water on both should ers, there is no truer friend in the country of both the working man and the businessman. It is perhaps it curious fact that while so many distinguished and able lawyers have been almost all their lives representatives of opulent railroads, steamship companies or other corporations, Davis has never been a cor poration lawyer. It would be a great thing for the United States If it would have at the head of affairs a man whose sympathies are so cosmopolitan, and whose scholarship embraces at once tne practical knowledge of the statesman and the elegant acquirements of a liter-ateur." The administration men have made t new move against Blackburn in the Ken tncky campaign. It was inaugurated when Representative Berry, of that State, announced himself a candidate for the Senate, and will, it is said, be followed by similar announcements from other administration Democrats who are personally popular enough to get the support of a few of the Democratic can didates for the Legislature. None of these men have any serious intention of com ing to the Senate, even if the Democrats can hold the Legislature. Their object is to aid in electing a Democratic ma jority of the Legislature and to control a majority of the Democrats so elected, in order to prevent Blackburn s election When they can make it plain that Black burn cannot be re-elected, the name of Secretary Carlisle will be pushed to the front as a compromise candidate and all the administration men will promptly retire in his favor. Quite a shrewd game in its way, but it will be nicely blocked it tlie Republicans carry the Legislature. . TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The Following ure the Examination OiU'Htlon (liven at Klyiia Recently. ARITHMETIC. !. Define notation, premium, root and sphere. 2. When it is 3 o'clock p. ni. standard time at Washington D. C, what o clock sun time is it at San Francisco, Cal. 3. A man Increased his estate & in one year, & the next year, but the tliird year he lost ?a of all he had. What per cent, had he of his original stock? 4. If it cost $9.75 to cut timber on ?8' of an acre, when labor is $1.50 per day what will it cost to cut timber twice as heavy on 1 2-5 acres, when labor is $1.25 a day? Solve by proportion. How large a square can be cut from a circle 10 ft. in diameter? THEORY AND PRACTICE. 1. Give your age and experience. 2. How have you spent your summer? 3. What do you consider the most im portant branch of study? Why? 4. What is meant by moral nature I 5. What books on teaching have you rami') GRAMMAR. 1. Describe four forms of conjugation? 2. Explain the appropiate use of each form, giving it a separate illustration. 3. Classify the adjectives and give ex amples. 4. In what ways may a verb be mod ified? 5. In the sentence below give (1) A diagram. (2) A discussion of the form and tense of each verb. (3) The parsing of the words in small capitals. As he was putting the final touch to his work the artist's joy arose toexulta tion: not a selfish vainglorying, but the genuine effect of the great picture ON his own heart, such an enthusiasm as it has since begotten in thousands of ad mirers. united states history. 1. What are the historic places in and near Boston? . 2. Mention four or five instances of great personal prowess in revolutionary days. 3. What were the e ff orts made to subdue Canada in that war? Who were the leaders and what their success? 4. What are the historic places In New Jersey, and why? 5. Results of the"CIvil Service"agita tiorisofar? GEOGRAPHY. 1. Bound Lorain county and name the townships. r 2. Name two mineral resources of the county and tell the parts where found. 3. How many states In the United States? Name the territories. 4. Describe the Merrimac, the Colum bia and the Colorado rivers. 5. Mention the principal physical feat ures of the United States. 0. Were the long coast line and high mountains of the western part of North America on the east coast of the conti nent, what would be the effect upon the Mississippi valley? Why? .7. Where does the sun shine vertically to-day? Explain why. physiology. 1. Distinguish between a plant and an animal. 2. What is meant by the term organ? Give several examples. 3. State several uses of the skeleton. 4. Describe the structure of the skull. 5. What is alcohol? Why injurious to one who drinks it habitually ? STEADILY DWINDLES. Treasury Gold Reserve Is Now lower than at Any Time Wince April au. Washington. Sent. 28. The treasury wnlfl rpservR has been reduced to 803, e 705,067. These figures were reacnea Pridav bv a withdrawal at New lorlc for export of 81,500,000. The figures to which the treasury gold reserve has now been reduced by incessant exports are lower than since April 30, last, on which date they were 891,947,144. Treasurv officials decline to discuss the prospects of further gold shipments, as the situation is very inucii mixed, iso uneasiness and no anticipations of any emergency arising sufficient to make necessary another bona issue are enter tained in well informed treasury cir el on. The belief is entertained that the na- tlnnn.1 Imnks of New York mav come further to the relief of the treasury next week and strengthen the gold re unrve bv S10.000.000 or so. Government officials are encouraged to believe that within a month the number of com mcrcial bills that will be on the mar ket as a result of the export of Ameri ean perpals and cotton will turn the tide of exchange and stop the gold ex ports for some time to come. , FROM A HOTEL WINDOW. Death of a Man Who .Tumped from the Fourth Story of a rittHliurn Hotel. Pittsburg. Sent. 23. James C. Cham bers, a well-to-do and prominent citi zen of Punxsutawnev, l'a., killed himself early Friday morning by lUmnintr from a fourth-story window of the St. James hotel. Chambers arrived at the hotel Thursday evening and was so nervous that he asKea the clerk to register for him. Later he wrote and mailed two let tcrs. Charles Hileman, of Kittanning, Ta., an acquaintance of Chambers, arrived at 11 o'clock. After agreeing to occupy a room together they left the hotel, returning at 2 a. m., Chambers direct ing that he be called for an early train to Alliance, O. At 4:!$p o'clock a stranger ran into the hotel, Btating that a man had fallen from an upper window. An ambulance call was turned in and the clerk found Chambers lying on tho sidewalk in a dying condition, llile inan was sound asleep in the room and knew nothing of the affair. He was locked up. wm The Class Block. mm Black Dress Goods Dep't. A .tnnlinn. 1 1 .1 Ml V. I,., 'fel iuwiutui; vilcoi ttuvicea uiuiK. win ue uv im fip$ the moat desirable color this season. Our early preparation allows us to show exclusive designs at prices none of our competitors can match. We are using a large line of Black Goods manufactured by B. Priestley & Co., who are acknowledged leaders and authority upon this subject. Their fabrics are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to the wearer. ALL WOOL HENRIETTAS. Blue or Jet Black, 40 inches wide, per yard, 35c, 50c., 59c, 74c. All ' Wool Henriettas, 46 inches wide, 59c, 09c, 75c, $1.00. SILK WARP HENRIETTAS. 40 to 4ti inches wide, 89c, $1.00,' $1.25, up to $1.89 per yard. SILK WARP DRAP DeALMA. . 42 inches wide, $1.00, $1.25 per yard. lipjj BARRITEZ CORDS. 40 and 42 inches wide, per yard, 75c, 08c, $1.25. SEBASTAPOL CLOTH. H 38 to 42 inches wide, per yard, 75c to $1.00. M ALL WOOL CREPE CLOTH. M 40 Inches wide, per yard, 9c, 75c, $1.00. ' P: j! ALL WOOL BLACK FANCY WEAVES. fj y Stripes, Dots, Figures, etc., 3(5 inches wide, 40c per yard. 40 to 44 inches wide 59c, 75c. to $1.25. gi H FRENCH SERGES. , tjj Fine twill, alike both sides, 40 Inches wide, per -yard, 3'Kc, 00c, M 75c 4(i inches wide, per yard, 58c, 05c, 89c 50 inches wide, per yard, 75c, 98c, $1.25. N STORM SERGES. v Warranted all wool, strong and serviceable, 40 inches wide, per yard, 'M 3"Kc 44 inches wide, per yard, 40c, 75c. v 50 inches wide, per yard 'm 75c, 80c, $1.00. 54 inches wide, per yard, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. H CHEVIOTS AND CAMEL'S HAIR CLOTH. M Latest patterns, extra values, 40 inches wide, 85c, $1.00. 51 Inches fc wide, Cheviot, per yard, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. CREPONS. The latest fall styles, 40 to 40 inches wide, per yard, 75c to $1.00. A great variety. Tie MI & JACKSON NORWALK, O. Company i B th MET IN HAY LAKE. Steamer Murk Hnpkinft anil Yniilcrlllt Collide and the Former Hlnkn. Saui.t Ste. Mabie, Mich., Sept. 28. The steamer Mark Hopkins, down bound, collided with the steamer Vun- derbilt, bound up, at Xinel'omt, in Hay Lake.Friday morning. The Hopkins was struck on tho bluff of the bow and cut in two as far as the windlass. She went down in tvo minutes on a clay bottom. The Vanderbilt was but Bliirhtlv inlnred. The collision was caused by the steamer Spokane passing the llopkins, causing her to take a sheer directly across the bows of the Vanderbilt. The sunken boat was in command of Capt. S. A. Lyon. She was insured for S40.000 and is owned by It. C. Recor, of St. Clair. She has on board a cargo of ore from Marquette to South Uncago. Six Indictment fur Manglnugliter. New York, Sept. 28. The grand jury yesterday indicted Thomas Murray, foreman; Thomas Walker, superintend ent of construction; John II. Parker, contractor; Dennis E. Buckley, build ing inspector; Charles E. liehrens, architect, and Edward J. Youdale, architect's assistant, in the ease of the Ireland building collapse of August 7. The indictments are for manslaugher in the second degree, the extreme pen alty for which is ten years' imprisonment Dynamiter Convicted ot Murder. Wri.KESBAnnE. To,.. Sept. 28. Xelsou Miller, who with two other colored men and two colored women were charged with tho murder of four Hungarians, was yesterday found guilty ot murder in the first degree. Miller and his as sociates, in October last, with the use of dynamito blew up a Hungarian boarding house on the mountain side a few miles from this citv, with the ob ject of robbing the victims, who, it is claimed, had considerable money in and about the place, hixty persons worn In thn house at the time and four of them were killed. Miller is the first one of the defendants to be tried. Rheumatism Cored. TMimiinnticiii la rnnwd hv luetic acid in the blood attacking the fibrous tissues of the joints. Keep yonr blood pure and healthy and you will not have rheuma tism, uooa s i-sarsaparma gives me blood Vitality and richness, and tones the whole body; neutralizes ine acniuyoitne blood and thus cures rheumatism. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner pills, assist digestion, cure headache. THE MARKETS. CORRECTED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Ciieese Ohio Standard, 8 cts.; Fam ily Favorite, H cts. PnTTirn Tlnlrv nor lt.. 17 rts. Wrrfn ivn Vfvti Wlnnr. npr sHfk MP, lbs.) $.'.)5 cts. ;Corn Meal, per cwt., $1.00; Chop, per cwt., $1.10; Middlings, per cwt.. $.li0ct8.; Bran, percwt.,75 cts.; Oil Meal, per cwt., ($1.50. Grain Corn shelled), 48 cts.; Wheat, (Ulpffl Onts. IS pts. General Produce Eggs, perdozen, 13 -4- . f1nll ..... It. O lli.L.n rr.w ft. CIS.; lliiidw, iri ju., o tin. , iimi-n, jm i iu., octs.; roiawes, new, per ousuei, sucis, You nave 1 Meed the new life which seems to per vade our village of late, and are . v speculating as to its source. Well, that is easy. The Low Prices made by our mer chants on .various lines is attracting the people's atten tion, for nowhere in the county are such special prices made In Closing Summer Goods as in Wellington. Goodrich offers Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, and all kinds of Gents' Wear at astonishingly . ,. low rates, and the . activity at his store is the sequel. E. E. Goodrich