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) CIEVElANO 0.- Trt' r f . i ! Kntorprisb. u HE Tj 'rn ""' " 1 ' i i. i . . ... , - .- ., . - A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Lorain County and Vicinity. ' ' ' i ' - ' - ' j. ; VOL. XXV. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17, 1891. . NO. 24 11 . i i . ( Chapman & Robinson. (NEGLIQrEE SHIRTS ; 60c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, 1 $1.50, $2.00, 2.50. 3.00 i Black Jerseys $1.25. Children's Blouse ' Waists i Sizes 5 to 14 years. 50c TENNIS SHIRT is cut with a yoke, has long - sleeves, two pockets, is full length and well made. ," It is a dandy. , All sizes in boys tennis shirts.. j'JL THE BUCKLE ) On -our Harris Wire-buckle , ! Suspender 'i 1 . ' is -WAKRANTED-for I . TWO YE AKS , y "We have the finest and most complete line of Gents' Neckwear ever shown in "Wellington. Just received, a lot of Hummer Four-in-hands. "Wellington To-the Citizens of Huntingtonand , Vicinity: . ' Wishing to close out my business in Huntington, I Offer and less than cost. Also will sell store and dwelling. Those indebted to me will please call and settle. A T Uttttttit t 'Huntington, June 8th, It Pleases Us Immensely to have people come into our ; store and ay, "Our neighbors were in here ; - buying Groceries and other goods a few days ' ago, and advised us to give you a look before buyng, and we have decided to do so.,r These exact words have been said to us a good many timeB ; and, as we have said bc forcjffgood goods, low prices and courteous treatment to all is the best advertisement we cSn send out. Reader, we cordially invito you and all , your friends to come and sec us, and we will ' . try and make if profitable for you to trade . with us. ' . Tucker & Cole Sweet, Orr & Co's. Overalls, jackets and pants. These goods are made of the best material, fit the best and give better satisfaction than any other make. They arc warranted not to rip. A new lot just in. G. A. R. SUITS. You Will Find OUR GOODS Exactly what we Eepresent . Them to be. G. A. R. SUITS. Before you buy a - TRUNK OR VALISE Call and examine our line. One-Price DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, RUBBER GOODS, HARDWARE, 1891 . J.. O. Men's ajd Youths' -STRAW HATS- Blacks and whites. Soft and stiff rims 50c to 1.25 Several styles of children's Sailor - Hats Sun Hats - - - 5c to 25c The Best 50c Uulaunderedi Shirt in the market Linen bosom, wrist and neck bands, reinforced back, full length and well made. Fine Dress Shirts. WE SELL THREE PAI&S Of heavy cotton, seamless, ribbed-top SOCKS tor 25c Our Assortment of Light and Medium-weight U-N-D-E-R-W-E-A-R is complete. Clothiers. fTAT COST XJU 11JIlLlLi. SULLIVAN. Win. Wlndall, of Medina, It visiting bis brother, Mutt Wlndell. Wash Koons Is building t SO-foot addl Uod to Ills barn. George Hart and family, of Chatham Center, visited trlends In this vicinity lately. The Children's day enturtainment at the Congregational church lust Sunday evening was a complete success arid well attended. There are several cases of grippe in town. The ice cream festival given by the ladies of the Congregational church in town ball last Thursday evening was well attended. Proceeds $18. There will also be an Ice cream festival at the town hall Thursday evening by the ladles of the Relief corps. Iter. 8irenus was burled last Friday. John Hornbergor Is visiting friends In town. vTheB. & O. put up their telegraph line last week. L. 11. Wsdswortb & Co., lumber dealers of Greenwich, were the first to ship over the B. & O. from Nova and will probably be from this point, as they have about 30 car loads ol logs hero. Rev. Meek will preach at the C:ngrejiU tlnnal church next Sunday. t Look to Simmon Liver Regulator for relief from all sickness arising from a aiseaseu liver NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB- RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. . About the Recent llanneninira and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicyilty. LA GRANGE Jdkk 10 -Hurrah I The boys are in It The old ring was routed and all young men were elected delegates to Elyrla. Geo. E. Ryan left f r Watertown, N. Y. Friday morning. A good number of our citizens were In Elyrla Saturday. James. Sheldon, Wm. Vlscber and Kent Warner, of Wellington, were in town last Tuesday. The ticket nominated at Ely na last Sat urday gives general aatisfactsou to our people. Prof. G. A. Sorrlck and . wife went to Tiffin Thursday, where they will spend the summer months with their parents. Frank Elliott, of Elyrla, was In town a few days last week. The Ladles Relief cooips was entertain ed by Mrs Ii. E. Curtice Saturday. W. F. Hubbard has been engaged to teach the school at PnfloId another year. Albert foster hud a slight shock of par. alysis Saturday, but Is better today. Rev. W, H. Painter and wife went to Lakeside yesterday morning. Geo. Noble, ol Cleveladd, Is the guest of C. C. Manville. A youog man ot our town recently went fishing and, to use his own language, "he sat on the moon and fished by bridge light" rock and rye. Brleht and early yesterday morning Miss Maggie Ormsby deliberately walked Into a store and bought a horsewhip with the avowed intention of whipping D. A. Curtice. She soon espied the object of her wrath and she swooped down upon her victim and applied the "turlous lash. Preseatly Curtice took the whip away from her and went to bis hotel and pro ceeded at once to whip a guest who was an Interested person in all the proceed ings-. Curtice then left for parts un known, t J odd g. (iearry, an old soldier and a highly respected citizen, died at his home In this nlace Sunday evening. The de- cesKficrt born in Seneca county. . ., March 23, lbffl. lie married Miss Adalioe Parker at ilomervllle, Medina county, Ohio, Aovember 4, 1800. They moved to Iowa In 1800 and lived there un til five years ago, when they moved to Elyna, where they lived two years. They have lived Injhls place three years. The Jjleceasea was a soldier of the regular army, be having enlisted In Lieutenant Smith's battery at Kalamazoo, Mich., Muy 25, 18C1. He was wlih the army of the Potomac during the rebellion and was with Gen. Meade at the treat battle of Gettysburg, July 3,1803, where he was twice wounded and where be lnet both his arms. Hew us a brave and tlllclent sol dier and was always found at the post of duty. He drew a pension of (100 pel month, he being one of the very lew pri vates who ever drew that amount. After the close of the war, he busied himself In canvassing lor books and was a very suc cessful salesman. Ho became a member ol the O, A. R. when It first became an or ganization and helped orgsnlze a lodge at Mitchelville, la. He was transferred to the Richard Allen post at Elvrla when he moved there and was also transferred to the Hastings post, No. 207, at this place when he moved here from Elyrli. He united with the Christian church in the winter of 1883. He was a member of the church at Elyrla when he died, hav ing joined by letter. The deceased wss favorably known by all wbo chanced to know bim. He was a brave comrade, a kind husband, a lovlug father and a true friend. "When we leave this world ol ohansra Whan we leave, this world of oare. We shall Dud our missing loved one Id our Father's mansion lair." . WHITEPOX. Juni 115. W. B. McCltiOin went to Norwalk ' Saturday as a delegate to the county convention. Mrs. McKee and daughter ot Welling ton, spent a few days in town. Several Wbltefox people atlended the reunion at Wakeman Wednesday. They report a good time. The Holder social at Wm. Terwlllrgor's was well attended Thursday evening. Rey.Wlllson, of Coylngton, Ky., filled ins pulpit Sunday. Although be is blind, be gave ns a very Interesting sermon. The barber shop is open Wedoesduy and Saturday evenings. Roxr. Notice. Aft application will be made to the sovernor or the state ol Ohio lor the pardon ol Clinton Wadsworth.a convict lathe Ohio peniten tial?, sentenced at the April term of the court ol common pleas of Lorain eounty, A. D.1M1, for auault with an Intent to com mlt a robbery and for robbery, for one year. Hald application will be heard on the 3rd day of July neit or as soon thereafter as heariiut can be bad. H. N. WiDswoaTH. Wellington, 0, June 17, 11. HUNTINGTON June 15. The children's day concert at the M. E. church last Sunday evening was very good. A good many of the little children spoke and tbey all did well. The singing was a good deal better than we supposed it would be, after Mr. ' Robinson was huit, so he could neither sing himself nor drill the others. Elder Myers preached In the Baptist cburcn last Sunday morning. . Elder Lilly will be ordained on Tuesday afternoon. Ordination sermon will be delivered in the evening. The Sunday school convention ' wijl be held on Wednesday at 10 a. m. and in the evening- Thursday a. m. Baptist W. H. M. society and ulso at 1 p. m., and closes at 8 p. m. , A terriblu accident ocourred in this town on Thursday afternoon by the burst ing of a boiler In J. B. Robinson's saw mill at about three o'clock. George Rob inson was instuntly killed, being blown up through the roof and came down on the north side of the pood. J. B. Robin son was badly cut about the left eye and his left leg Is badly bruised, and one bone is fractured. Chris Fredericks who was working with them was thrown out onto the picket pile, breaking his left leg and badly bruising one shoulder. They both seem In a lair way to recover. The en gino and boiler seem to be a complete wreck. Pieces of the mill, boiler and engine are scattered all over the mil) yard. The explosion was heard by some six miles away and others living nearby did not hear It The explosion was prob ably caused by weak places In the boiler, where it had badly rusted. Vesper ser vices were held at the home of George Robinson at sunset Fiiday evening,. The house and yard were full of sympathizing friends and neighbors who came to show their love and respect to the young man wbo bad been taken so suddenly from our midst without any warning. There were a large number of relatives present from Huron county, who csme as soon as they heard of the accident. The remains were taken to Fairfield, Huron county on Suturday morning. The funeral was held In the church at Fairfield at 2 p. m., Saturday. The bereaved widow has the heartlelt tympathy of this entire com munlty. Mr. Robinson was a very industrious, honest, upright young man and everybody liked him. He was a kind hatband and father and bis wife Is nearly heart-brok en. . ' ' ' - - He was born In St. Charles, Mich., Nov. 5, 1804, and came with bis parents to Huron connly when a little over a year old. He married Miss Cora Cobb, May 25, 1887. He came to Huntington In the fall of 1890. built bim a very pleasant home and was just ready to enjoy it when he was called to leave It June 11, '01, aged 27 years and 7 months. All the trlends and relatives wish to thank the neighbors for their assistance and help In their time ol bertaveuient. Dr. Rust was called to attend Freder icks and Drs. Smith and Holloway-lor J. Q. Robinson. Mr. Charles ("lark, of Missouri, and Mrs. Julia K. Haskell, ol Euclid, visited at M. It Smith's lust week. Mr. Elmer Richmond and Mrs. LiUy Richmond, Ed. June and his wife, Will Short anil Cliff Chapman spent Sunday in town. Mrs Cliff Chapman remains during the week. Mrs. Alice Rickard is spending a few days with Mrs. Mllo June. Tbey hod quite a lively time at the caucus last Wednesday evening. Mllo R. Smith, Elbert Chapman, John Hocking' smith and Chet Bliss were the delegates sent to Elyrla Saturday. Will Loveland and his wife were In town Sundsy. 8 PENFIELS. Junk 10 Pursuant to a call issued by the Congregational church at Penfleld, 0., a council met June 10, 1801, to consldei the propriety of setting apart to the work of the gospel ministry Ralph Albertson, pastor elect The council organ I red by electing Rev. W. E. Barton, of Welling, ton, as moderator, and Rev. DeKay as scribe. The examination proving sMis factory, the services were conducted as follows: In-'ocstlun by Rv. Brecken ridge; sermon by Rev. Barton; ordina tion prayer by Rev. Cmipin; charge to pastor, Rev Tennyj chin :h to chuich, Kev. DeKay; hand of fellowship, Prot. Leadingham; wr!cinm in Ix'l.alf of il M, E. church, Rev. Render: linedlolina by the orda.ned. John and Eroert Ynrt, of Olieilln, aie ylsltlng relatives here. Florence Foster, of LaGrauge, Is the guest of her cousin, Lotia Foxier. The turtle catchers sent $00 worth ol turtles away last v. eck. Mrs. Dixon la visiting ber Iriends In this place. Born, a sou, to Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Morgan, Thursday, June 11. A missionary concert was given at the M, E. church Sunday evening. Arthur Chrisly is home from school at Berea. Geo. Hutchlns, of Obcrlin, called ou friends last Tuesday. E. L. Taylor spent a few days in Elyrla last week. A blind man by the name of Wilson gave a scripture reading Thursday even ing. Miss Llllie Arnold and Mr. Barrett, of New London, wero the guests of Miss An. drews Saturday and Sunday. Frank Scoville Is home from Grauyille. . Mrs. Iugrabam, of Huntington was at Wade Jobnsoq's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Andrews and Mr. McLean attended the ordination at Hunt ing Tuesday. r 1 NEW LONDON. The fuucral services of Mrs. ' Katie Hinckley were held at the Baptist church Thursday, June 11. Mr. VanGorder has had a brother from Indiana visiting him. Mr. Dye has been returned to ibe P. A. & W. station here. R. S. Giles has gone to Ulm, Ark., lor a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bugnall leave this week for their summer vacation. They will spend a week in Fl. Wayne, Ind. ; thence to the home of Mrs. B's. parents in Penn sylvania. Messrs. Robert and Alvin Potter have gone to Colorado with the Intent ol mak ing that their future place of residence. Miss Stella Fournler, of Berea, has been ylsltlng ber aunt, Mrs. L. U. Porter, Watsen. the baker, has sold out to Mes srs. Stsrley & Croft, from Shelby county, who will continue the business at the old stand. They will run an Ice cream parlor in connection with the bakery and restau rant. L. Kilburn Is at home lor a short time.' We note in the Record the death of Capt. John O. Reed, ot Ravenswood, 111. Many years ago be was well known here in New London. Mrs.M. Palmiter returned to her home in Albion, Wis., Monday. Satusdsy, while the men were at work on the bridge of the Big Four spanning the v ermilHon river, a large atone fell upon a man who was. excavatmg below, killing him instantly. Rev. G. H. Hartupee will spend part of the week at Delaware, Ov Mrs. A. S. Johnson and Mrs. H. W. Townsend attended the eetuuencement exercises at Berea last week. Nihil. BRi&afors, J mi 15, The following persons were chesen as delegates to the county conven tion: fj. C. Whipple, Walter Mceber, M. W. Shepaid, George Greene. Children's day excrecises were held In the Congregational church last Sunday. The church was well filled and everybody was pleased. Rev. Messenger aud wife spent Sunday In town. Mrs. Wm. Hall, of Wellington, has spent a few days in town. Miss Olive GUson, of Toledo, Is visiting In town. . Norman FJgellon, of Norwalk, Is in town. Mrs. Powolk, of Michigan, is visiting In town. Ice cream will be served at the town hall Monday evening, Juee 15, by the la dles ol the M. E. church. bTENCKK. Junk li Will Aubleand wife Sunday ed with friends In Lodl. Joe Heedce, of Eaton Rapids, Mich., is visiting his parents and other friends in ton. " Mrs. Wood and Miaale Payne returned home liom Michigan Thursday. The Advents are holding meetings at their church, conducted by Rev. Van Horn, of Ctdumbus, assisted by Mrs. Stuart, of Cleveland. Miss Maiy Ambrose, el Wellington, has been la town several days. Rev. Snyder la holding quarterly meet ing at Homer, consequently no service at the M. E. church Sundsy. Johnnie Brown, sob ef Thomas Brown, was quite badly hurt Sunday morning. Ills horse ran with hire, tipping over the cart and dislocating one ef hi shoulders. Quarterly meeting at the Free Baptist church next Saturday aaa landay. A. E. Kilbora wm drawn as a Juryman for the coming term of court at Medina, commencing June 13. . Stella Okley has tone to Oberlin to stay? with hersUter, Nellie, during commence ment. Lawsuit on Friday by the P. A.& W. railroad vs Burr Itsaai, The jury decided in favor of Ream. The ca.ie wss conduct-' eJ by J. Andrew, of Mealna, for the rail road and Th'oe. Keelnr, of West Salem, far Ream. , ; ' , Ptrry O. Lee aud wife, of Lorain, are vlsltiug their futker, Richard Daugh erty. Dr. Granger and. wise, ef Kansas City, Md. are here lecturing on phrenology. , i The pope has made a will bequeath ing all Mi proporty Jo the holy see. ' A i V 1 I s I i it . 1 . f n i wmm in 'i ,'i"nmm nim I, )