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f to " vr ' m - UNO i 0.M0eoe ISSUED EVERY : nnnr advertising I ISSUED EVERY I WEDNESDAY. I I MEDIUM. ,;. I A. Pamtly Newspaper, Devoted to Homo Interests, I'olitids, Agriculture, Rcience, Art, l'oetry. Etc. VOL. XXIII. " WEIJJXfiTON, I.ORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. FuBKUAKY 6. 1889. NO. 0. 11 .. , )y:'-;):: :. THE ENTERPRISE, Published every Wednesday, at ' WELLINGTON, OHIO. Terms i of Subscriptions $160 On Year 78 Bit Months... ( " w Iliree Mouth.... .... ATTORNEYa-AT-LAW. J. T. HASKEIjIi, Loan aud Uollections mudu a specially Oilicuin bunk butldiug. t ATTORN E Y-AT-L AW, -. and solicitor o( j American and Foreign WEST BIDE PUBLIC 8QUARE, . wTiT i rvnTON. - OHIO. NOTAKY PITBL.IO. rTrSrTn8urno Ajrent and I. Nutai-y PuWia InaWiKw, '"'or wllKlousea. oontraeis. ow.. "bitten In i nn and legal umnnor. Odlce over Beraae I . h.u in hn' inw. . "- ' T- TllNHOKIAU t," i URN bIioHIN N. tbiHurber, keep. H. .u. ...r mini convenient Ur- j j our . "7 .nrkmaa tom,. on anTf u uh.tall hour, with trt iniTo'd -"r and all '1 UKNTIHIH. Tl J. IMH.BIUMK. Dtintlxt. Ollh over II. Husiert't ttnre. I" Hank Bulldlna. WelllnRtnn. Ohio. Nltrou. pxldi a admin. ttMivd tnt Ilk- trmioi of IwtB S "mttyle and , rSht Swlth the times fecial attention pafd toenlantlng InCrayon InS or Water Color and coWI..K from old i ictnras" WJ netatlTes all pre.ered and uu p lleStea can be hi at any time. Uallerr oyer BowlhiAUaU afrooarT. , ' 4 UK'-'! Plelures of all kinds. Tlneit work and lateat i'atyles. Copying aud enlarttug la Crayon, lua and Pastel' Bpeelal attention to me u.u.- ; Ora.ler'a Btook, Vflingtea,Q. , PHYSICIANS. R. HATHAWAY M. D. VPKCIALTIE8I R-ctl dl.'M. and dlarw. pf the I0;'"' kldoiys. Pllei.uleeratloa of the rwm, .inla in .no, B..nr. and all pn..lllnK .' 'h lociutn truated by .n Improved .y.Uim, without rJforoTt'SSbMdrVndardncrV flr cun-ful od proper aniyi " i llftlf. fan r.,.t.r Block W.lilngtod.O VETERINARY SURGEON; R. O. HOLLAND, Orders rea-Wed al Telephone Exchange and at F. D. Felt's drun store. Graduate Toronto Veterl narr College. claw V,. L. B. PRATT, Surgeon ul Mi Over twenty five years of practice. Orders p.A.ia t Adams' and IInUKliti.fi a dru tr.iv.. IIrs-ii still taken for treatment at my table on Courtlaud Avenue. -u JEWELEE3. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel vv, Bil rerwaee. Gold Pens, etc. No. 8, Public Square, Wellington, Ohio. E. Barrett, Livery and Feed Stable. SoatU Side Mechnnio Street, nrst i door oast of American House. NOTICE. Ilis Wis ui Transfer lias, nmvrvi Pawtnni7Mi and BafTKftire to w" j a and from trains or residences. Also col leots 'and distributes kxi-rbss, doing a general expressing and package, buslnea. Leave orders or telephone American TtAtttp. rty ,: TT. ? PiflTTf. Prop. w s x r 1864. FIRST NATIONAL .BANK, WBrjXiliTCa-TOiT, OKCIO, CAPITAL 9100,000.00, SURPLUS $8,500.00. ; Does a Ueuerul ! Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts S. S. WARNER, President. WM. CUSHION, Jr., S.B.WARNER.' S.K. LA1INDON c.w.horr. PLANING MILL. D. L. WAIWWORTH&rO., Manufacturer, of and dealer, in X3ooxs, Sash. emd. Bllrxda Cliee hp Hnd Butter Boxes. All kinds ol fiii.nlier. Latli, Sli'ntfle", Ballens, Mnnld intfR and Flonrine. 8idinir made and Sur Inre Planing done to ordpr on ulinrt no. tlce , , , - WELLINGTON, O. HOYT & BENSCHOTEN, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE. UXDKRTAKINO IN ALL ITS BRANCIIrB A Full Line of Goods Always in Stuck. Arterinl Embalming a flpeclulty. Pictures Framed to Order. A good varl ' ety of Mouldings to select from. N. E. Corner of Square, Welllniiton.O Until Further Notice I will sell Drain Tile at lb following nrli'es : SIZE. PER TII0U6ANB, 9Ulnnh - I 8.01 a"". V : n .m 4 , .in."i 24O0 " .... 32.00 7 . ;... -400U a ' " . W.00 A Rood supplv of Brick constantly on liana. U. V. lib Alan ai. Wellington, u. :, S. F. BLACK, Contractor and Builder, Flans and estimates made. Job , work of all kinds. Orders by mail promptly attended to, , 46-ly CHRISTIE & BENNETT lHaUFACTURIRS or CARRIAGES, WAGONS AMD 8LKIGU8 Or KYtBT DkSCRIFTIOlC. REPAIRING A 8PSCIALTY. stCT! (Tr3 HAMLIN L-'jI post- o. tit. G.A.H WELLINGTON, Meets on the V. sncUlh Weilne ila evmnnir of e.,) monlb. Post room I Sheldon'.Block W. Lang, Commauder. H.sk.ll, Adjutant. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. E Ml 1 1 & I. ELY., From and sfturMsy lS,traln.wlllps..Welllngtoa a. ioiiow.; OOINO WKST. Standard Time .... 1:4ISa.m. g:lila.m. ' :Ma.iu. la w p.m. U-.Ua.m. No. I-N.Y AHt.L.fiwtllne No.i.1-lnd snd Wheeling tx.... No. a-Ciu. ColV fix ... .... .... No 5 Special N.Y. A Cln. Ex.... No. 7-N- ana at. u. ti No S7 t'ol". A Who.Ung Accom Jo. S Nlnht Bx ft: M p.m. 6:0(1 p. m. 8:lga.m. No. 81 -Local Freight floINO BAST. ' No. t St. L. A N. Y Kxpre....... tli:l!ta.m. , B:lr7. m. No. S-Night KX.. No.-Oillon A Ul.ve d Ac.. ........ i.iu,u-ii Hi. Lonla A N. Y. hx. 8:1a a. m. 1 :b p. m, 6:ail p. m. 8:SS p. m. 1:45 p.m. No.H WheellM. lud and Clevu. Hx No. a Cincinnati A Cleve'd Hx No.8-Local freight i NiMt.B.n. 8. snd IS ran dally. , t Train, atop onalgnal. WBEELIHS I lill llll UUUl gD Cleveland ti Marietta R. R. From and after JnueS, 1WH. train, will pan Well ington aa lollowe! OOINO BAST - Standard Time. No. t H.t.la.m. No S. . . ll.noa.m. No 1. d.sxp.m. No! H 11 pm. , No.l7Local. i S.S6s.m. ' noiNO WEST. No 4 t 10. Ma m. No. ( a.wnp.m, S" g T.4p.m. Mo'.tk'Local 1.10p.m. Noa. l.BandSd.llyl other, d.lly e. Sunday. fartherlnformatloD Id regard to tbi. line will befoundon psveS. HACK X-IITES. OBKKLIN. ArriTdsllr.:Ona. m. Depart, 1 : p. HCNT1N0T0N. SULLIVAN snd POL II. irrlved.ll, 1 1 :u. m Dparuf"- . PENFIKLD. r.-lve d.i:iy,(la.in. nrrt t i1f m ' 'fir I 1889. Issued on all European couutrles. , , i R. A, HORR, Cashier. Ass't Cashier. r.a.horr. ; . edward west. Pratt & Hemck Bsnm nwm ncua mi Free ddivery to any psrt ol ti corpor tttlon. Railroad street, Wellington, O. 0. E. SUTLIFF, ' ; DTAIsEH JIT COAI. Antiiracite. Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg Terms Cash and Prices Low, Office on Weal Liberty St., Telephone 43 'o the WEAK and DEDILITATE tMarm onnfliintta nf ORGANIC WK IKNKSS or iHCupacUy fori laeilva duUca of llle, wbo may Baa lh.au.lvM PREMATURELY 0L3, or are sufforing from NERVOUS WEAKNESS, of nr dweription, enu b peima- Deuiiy urea oy eou.uiuua DR. ALBERT, Superior Ft. neit to P.O. CLEVCLAMD, O. NlierlfT) Sale. . Ohio Farmers' Insur-l In Lnraln County. nnce to. vs uoun or vominou A. A. Wltbeeketat. J Pleas. Case No. ZiA. Order of sale foieclosure ol inorwage. ln Dursnance of an order Issued from the Court of Common Please within and for the Couoty of Lorain and Mate of Ohio, made at the June term . thereof, A. U. lass, and to me aimntui. I will cifritr for Kile at nubile auction al the BnrtbdAorvt the court bouse, la the village oi niyna.ou SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1889. between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. of said day, the following described real estate, to wit: Situate in the township of Penfleld, County of Lorain and Stale nf Ohloand known as part of lot number eighteen (IS) bounded on the. north by laud formerly owned by tl. C. Roek wuort; east by land formerly owned by K. Lewis and (I. (!. Koekwood, south by secllou line and west by township line, containing fifty-five avrrs. This dred is intended to con vey and does convey all the laud deeded by Abel and Kolllu Shepard by their guardian Isaae Vanlieusen) to 0. K. and 11. W. Starr and dated Dee. 4, IHtjO. also all the land denied by Clarlnda K- and Charles Shepnrdto y. W. andO. K.rtlarr und dated Dec. lHttO. and rneonled In records of Lorain county Ln Vol. lit. Page l'k. and also In Uook l ' Page Ma, in said record nf deeds, also one other piece of land in Wellington township. Lorain county. Ohio, and bounded anil described as follows: being one acre of land taken from the north wn.t corner of what was known as the John llowk farm and taken from original lot No. twenty-two (Ml and bounded beginning at or near the north-east corner of land owued by Charles llowk: theme south twenty rods: thence east eight rods; thence north twenty rods; thenee west eight rods to place of be ginning. Said bounrtrie are exclusive of the highway, but the land In front of said lot to the center of the highway Is Included In this deed. Haiil nremlM-a has been annrnlsed 1st parcel at J1.S70 iki, and parcel at t,').iD and cannot sell for leas than two-thirds of said appraise ment. , ... Terms of srtle cash on day of sale. L.U.SaiTH. M. A. POUNDS. Attorney. Sheriff of Loralu Co.. 0 THE Ml Li Ei'.hrti It Our S'::ilC::::"::,.t:,.s, a All Alaiut the IIapieninKa and ISpedul F.vrtits In their Immnlinte Vicinity. LITCIIfn.il. . February .1, 89. 81. idling at last. now Ihunkful for 111 id alight favor. Frul Rogois U visiting his phrents tht week. Mr. F. McCrnlgun, ol Creston, was In town f)unday. ... ' It Is reported that Dr. Everet, will move ln a short time from this place to Kipton. On last Sabbath Horr & Co., .of Welling ton, sent men to this place witli . an Ice plow to work on the factory pond propar Btory U harvesting Iheir v. Ititor'fc t-rop. The literary Is a success. Now lot tlioi-eof the young people h hav not Join and receive Ihe benefit. Meetings every Thursday evening. . ." J. Yeakley and sister Ida were horn over Pundiiy. II. Nlckeraon, Jr., and cousin, Rollo Phillips, are rusticating In this burg dur ing the vacation ol their school In the city. They are establishing a corner ln Ihe chicken market. . Miss Flora Weidman, of Lataytto.Is visiting friends and relatives in Litchfield On next Thursday evening there will be a donation at the Baptist parsonage for the benefit of Rev. Foshay ; every body In vlted. . i ,' ' . On Saturday night of this week the la dles of the Congregational Church will give Dox social at the residence of Al pert PinfMri1. Firh licVll errp1 tn bring a box, the contents thereof to bo sufficient to supply the wants of two. ' Caki'. SHLLivAN. Felmrory 4, 1880. A. M. Hurvnot, of Greensburg, Pa., has been here for a few days. His brother Eveline Cnrtiss la visiting hergrand Plnrley returned with him to Greonsburg, mother Eglin. to make it his future heme. Ji. Ingralium came homo Friduy from Akron, where he has been Ihe past woei nriangiug Urn busiuess allulrs ln nn orcur to remain Here. . Miy Briilgp, of Akron, took Mr. Ingia- ham i) place during his absence. Cujlid has aguin tied the matrlinonlnl knot. Mr. 8. Halma and Mi-s Nettie ymift cre married Tuesday, Juu. SOtli. m Afnianu. air. unu Ulrs. HmitU gave them a reception TueiKlny evening. I Ml friends nud nelglilmrs of Mr. and Mrs'Jlafiln Wundi-1 surpiUod them with nlc chair and centre luble.on the ncca. sion nf iheir wedding anniversary, Wed- nesdsv, Junuury 30. .Ihiyoung people assembled nt Miss La irn Mill' r's home Wednesday evening for s good lime, and probably hud it. "lit. Jennie Beck return soon to her lather indaw's home, to rcmniii until she la ftb) ti travel. Rumors are afloat that there will bo several Applicants lor the posl.offlce. . Tht Ladies' Auxiliary meets Tuesday the Bill. The Y. P. 8. C. E. met at the Ctn. re- gationn' Church Sunday evening, had a very Rood meeting, after which tin l w ro ervlce at both churches. R. E. 8. SPENCER February 4. '80, MisJesle Jcfferies, who Is teaching school In the Miller district, visited her parents In Wellington over Sunday Miss Sadie McCoy, of Penfleld, is the gueai of Mr. aud Mrs. James Orr over Sunday, IN Ilmrv Plttenirer seems tn be the chant pi 'in speller In these parts. Mrs. F. W. Dsugberty, who was taken sick with pleurisy over a week ago, Is not mucll better. Mr- Harry Rice departeO this life last Th"sV. aged 84 years. Funeral held The Ladles Aid Society of the M. E Churcli will convene with Mrs. B. Gilbert n Wednesday of this week. The building being erected by Frnnk Griessing will soon be finished and will add much to the appearance of the town, The White Caps posted a notice on the door n ihe pool snd billard room, con lucledby Charley Bemont, stating that he should shut his vile den within 10 days ir stretch hemp. It remains to bo seen whether anything will come of the threat or not; li ts always best to administer Jus tice In the right way. The amateur sports engaged In spar row hunt last week to the destruction ot !J25 tit Ihe birds. - The meetings tre being continued with grind attendance every evening. Quite a crowd met st the new school building last Saturday to listen to the talks of Snpta. R. II. Kinnlson, of Well ingtofl, and Hoover, of Lodi. The main ihjncvof Mr. Beaton was to Influence the people and. school directors to grade snd classify the school and the beat way to ac complish the same. Mr. Hoover gave a very entertaining and iubtrucllve talk on ventilation and his experience in school life. Mr. Klnnison's tnlk was confined noitly to school work and was full ol m terlal for thought aud should bei acted on before another year by our board of dl reciors. Thanks to these gentlemen for Ibeir ser vices. When C. W. Ileim-nwuy & fjo.'s men were cutting timber last Friday a big syca more tree going in a little different direc tl n from what was Intended, fell directly across two elms that leaned toward each oih.r. The men saw the butt fly up and ran fT safety, and when they looked around there was their tree iwenty leet an lni the air laviiie across the crotch f irmed by the two elms and wit't Its top in a walnut tree- The ludicrousneBS of ihe situation produced so much laughter that It was some time bciore the men were sullldcntly composed to cut the other trees and get the tree down, Amatklh. HUNT1NOTON. February 4, '89. Meetings still ccntlnue at tbe M.E Church every morning at 10:30 and every evening at 7. Presiding Elder Hughes was here (lur ing every session of quarterly meeting. Ho is very much liked.' This Is the first Sabbath he hot been able to be here. He Is a very pleasant speaker aud will always be listened to with pleasure by tbe church here. Mrs. Martin Sage was brought here and laid to rest beside her husband last Fri day afternoon. - ' " Mrs.Wslter Holland has a little son whose birthday comes on January 20, .Tnrfj-xi Htaf with M wife end baby spent Hundnv in town. Mr. John Morton, from Norwalk, spent last week with his sister Mrs. Elwood Russell. Mrs. Louisa Holland spent Sunday in town. M iss Ida Eglln is nt homo. Mr. und Mrs. WarrenWells were at Mr. Albeit Lanir'a two dnvatlm hiHtof last week. Mr. Lang had a shock of parulyslB last Tliurfl"V and a lmhier ono on Frl day. Ilia health has been vrv n.r f..r rf - r, the pust yiarand this trouble has been threatening him all winter. I wonder if It would be in order for me to speuk about visiting the sick. lathe country where i eighliors are not veiy ucur and the roads In the condition they Have been this winter busy peop.e are so apt to forget how lonesome people, g t who are not utile to woi k and still not so very sick. If any of your friends are sick go ami see them ; "A merry heart doeih good like a medicine." Some of Mr. and Mrs. Milo June's Irleuds who knew tint last Satutduy, Feb ruary 2, wus the eleventh anniversary of their muriiege, surprised ihem by spend iugthe evening wiili them. All had a good time and h it wishing them many happy returns of the day, Mr. Ihrum Tilotson when on his way tn California was taken very sick with pneu monia at Salt Luke City. The last that I heard he was not able to be moved. Mis. Andrew Uuuk aud her brother were out sleighriding one day last week. When about to return homo before they had got into the cutter the horse run away breuking the cutter all to pieces. Ou of the darkest nights that we have had a gentleman and his wife ,on Iheir Muy home frum church drove into the ditch aud tipped over. No one hurt, but terribly muddy. LA GKANOK. February 4. '89. Mr White and wife huve moved luto Miss Brown's house. Eber Hubbard, formerly of this place, a short time ago enjoyed a Dukota blizzarJ, being obliged to remain la bis school w w I house all night wlih three of his pupils, ofhisuuuils. Quarterly meeting at M. E. Church S it- urday; Vnd Sunday,' conducted by' Dr. UoyL Several of our citizens hsvo received papers to appear at i-lyria to-morrow (Tuesdsy). Wallace Saxton rejoices In a willow leg. Cost (100. A. E. Lawrence has gone to Kentucky n business. Dr. Alexander will give a series of lec tures at tow n hall, beginning Wednesday evening; subject to be found out byal tending. .Masquerade at town hall Tuesday even. Ing. Considerable sickness In town. Bert Wllkius last Thursduy was not expected to live from one hour to another, but is now slowly recovering. Rhetoriculs ol lower schools passed of! well lut Friday evening. Net receipts H 1.1. ... 1 OCR 1'IIYLT. riTTHriELU. February 5, 1889. Mrs. and Miss Young have returned home after Oberlin. a sojourn of some weeks In On Sunday Rev. U. Richards commenced aneclul services In Ihe M. h. Church lo continue each evening Ibis week. Lewis Avery who was Injured In the pine last loll was able to be at church last Sunday for the first time ln some months. Miss Etta Flsk has gone to Lake county to work for Rev. I. T. Underwood. Mrs. Martin Dlkeman, a former resi dent of Pittsfleld, died lately In Michigan. The remains are expected here to day lor Interment. Rev. Dr. McMillen preached In tbe M. E. Church last evening. Surprise party lust night at Mr. Win. Crosier'.. Ice crop likely to be light, so Icemen . . . . u... ...I. suy. some ice nos ueen cut, wot mm buu noor. A good many logs were goi in lasi week m iking a good show in tbe mill yards. Grandma Mills compkt d hei BOUi year iiirliiv. n. AMHKttxT February 4, 80. Pottofike war still waging. The sleighing has been well Improved about here. The third pe'liloulnlnvorof B.Ibdfern for postmaster is now being, circulated. We are b-mud to bavea Republican In anyway. E. R. Gaston visited friends lu tbe vl chiity of La Orange Sunday ..I,-, Miss Irma Biggins, of Kipton. ha been vlsU'ng friend hero for a couple of days. M. C- Kendelgh hid the mWfnrtune while attending a dance at Brownbelm Inn week lo lose a fine robe and blanket He'd like very much to see tbe fellow who took them. Mn. L. Furglson, of Henrietta, snent a few days 'n town last week. A. Harris and wile, A Wright and wife. W. L. Stedman and wife, and J. Durand and wife spent Saturday with friends In Kipton. Aliases Mary Minch and Kate Leonard weft home from 0'ierlin ovei Simdny. , IheLadi' S' Dime Society will be en tertained by Mrs. Bird Eng'e Friday aC ternoon this week. .The ceritlemen aa well as ladies are cordis Iv Invited. ' . O. B. "Alter Swinburne." Mine eyes In my eyelids dtng thickly, My tongue feels a mouthful ami nulrn My senses are sluguixli and sickly, To live and to breath la a bore. -My head weighs a inn and a quarter, ' iy puins anu ny panus ever split, Which iimn i fold washings with water 1 neiicye ma a nil." Alter SwinliHin there lines mavbe.a long wuv alter lor that mailer, but what a iioNi-riptlon ol a mao whoso bowels are co- Ive, liver disordered, I.iIoikJ out of sor's. Such an individual needs lir. Pierce's Pleasant Purgalive PelleU. Thev are pleasant lo lake and powerlul to cine. Dr. fiene's Favorite Prescrtiiiion cures all those peculiar weaknesses incident to females .Our Mother Eurtli. Dear old lady 1 How gixal nutured alio s. hlie'e a lillle chaii!.'ellu in her il Ition, but wont of that. She smiles mum than she frowns, and her pleasant mid happy moods are a giaal deal longer than her unpleasant ones. How grnleful he old girl is, and how sensitive to kind treat ment, and Low she scowls Lt rudeness and bailiarity. LHik at her aiouud ihe huge, ugly, iriuruulitig vnlcuuo. who mars her sid- wltb great fissures and makes hor Id Iruine tremble with suppiessed emo. tlon.oi tierce aud terrible with overflow lug wrath. How dark and desolate are lis surroundings, and bow unwholesome Its proximity. Then turn lo the wavim? cornfield on the sunlit hillside, or walk through the valley, fragrant with the ben ediction (f her smiles, and w bo Khali not sing her pralsea? If you would be on the La-t ol tei uis with the dear old creature. aud receive the reward of kind treatment, use iter wen. uoo t plow Her up with ungainly and cumbersome hails. Buy a siutiih running plow, one that draws easy aud looks well, one that will last lor years; then you will be pleased and your aulinals will be benefited, and it will sure ly go well with you. But you ask, "W hat I . W a am -I .... tl' m P,uw wettue uuver, oi course, it's the best known In the world. It ts made f the finest steel, or the nowl brilliant cfhltled nietoltbe cenute arm-In - invented by James Oliver, and madv to neriectlon only at Hie great Oliver Chilled Plow works, under the superintend, nee ot ihe Inventor himself. "But how," you ask. "can I be sure that I am getting the genuine article " We aiiswer.it can be distinguished In two ways. First, by the mpns.los) ol Uliver s name, which Is cast in ibe wearing parts of all his plows, and panned on the woori-wnra. beend, the genuine Oliver Chilled Plow can be distinguished, when under the proper light, by a net-work of bright lines In ita mould laiard, walcb permeate deep Into its polished surface. These Hues are caused by the chill, and indicate, its points of contact with the metal when the mould boards are cast. The reader can tlud out more abort these laraous plows by calling uiion O. E. Townsend the scent for the Oliver Chilled Plow Wcrks. Notes from Other Towns. MEDINA. Wilmot Monosmlth a young man of 20 years, was brought before the Probate Court on last Saturday and adjudged In sane. He recently arrived from Dukota and was visiting relatives In the western p-irt of tbe county. He imagines biiusolf pursued by Chinese and wild Indiana, aud Is the same young man who Jumped from a Lake Shore express train al Elyria while suffering from this hallucination. . . .Dur ing one week ol this month the Medina foundry shipped fifty tons of hollow ware ,u( iargCst shipment ever made in that time from this point ...A number of cases of careless shooting has recently been re ported, which ln some Instances came very near result lug to lima or Injury ot life. On last Saturday a bullet came crashing through tbe back door at Mr. Relinardt's r aidene pissing closely by one of bis children standing on tbe back porch and balging ln a cuptioard in the kitchen. ... Our Chatham correspondent writes as fol lows: "We were somewhat aiarlledon lat Friday morning by the announce ment that M. A. Rice bad been crushed ' e eatk a falling tree. The larU as near . a. we can learn Ihem are a follows: Mr. R co and bis eldest son, William, were in t ie woods ol D. Roberts where they had secured some timber. They were at work . n i a tri e that had been broken off by the w o l but which still hung to the stump. Pro;' bad been used and every percaution t ken to secure safely. But while work ing one of the props became loosened Just as ibe tre w as ready to fall. Mr. Rice at. tempted to escape, but was struck to ihe ' earih by the falling timber and pinned d wn by tbe heavy log. Mr. Robert re sponded to the cries of William and they succeeded n releasing biin by means ol levers aud blocks. Ho was taken to bis borne and medical aid aummoned, but It was nf no avail and death came to his re liefGazette. ' ' The prettiest sight In tbe world la a pretty woinau's foot In a Jersey Lilly boot, and since Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures all cold all women can wear them.