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A Family newspaper Devoted to tho Intorosts of Loraia County and Vicinity. VQLt'xXY. WELLINGTON OHIO, WEDNESDAY .JULY J, 1891. NO. 26 v Chapman M NEGLIGEE SHIRTS ; GOc, 75c, $1.00, $1,25, $1.50, $2.00, 2.50. 3.00 Black Jerseys 1,25. Children's Blouse Waists ' ' 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. , . - THE BUCKLE On our Harris "Wire-buckle Suspender ' is . W ARlt ANTED for TWO YEARS . We have the finest and most complete line of Gents' Neckwear ever shown in -Wellington. Just received, a lot of . 'summer ' Four-in-hands. Wellington Fertilizer! Fertilizer! FARMERS, we desire to call your attention to the fact that Tt'ft nrft kaII Snrr t.hfi hfiat good goods can be obtained. Mr. D. H. Gott is interested with us and all orders sold by liim will ho filled at our warehouse. Among our brands . The Great Eastern Co's., Vegetable and Vine, Wheat pecial, ' Please call at our warehouse, where all orders can be we shall be pleased to show j" ! Insure Your Livestock in the STOCK RAISERS ins. Co. We Invite Yonr Attention - To the following clipping from the Na tioiml Btockman and Faimer. of Febru- ury 12, 1891 : - , ..- ; ' . "Uur readers who own llvcstocK win !ii.nlly fall to notice the handsome new imlvertlsement of the Btockraisers Live stock Insurance company, of Washington, en. This concern, ifbw reorganized with 1 100,000 capital paid up, la the.outgrowth r the Btockraisers Mutnnl Livestock li ur.ince company, heretofore operating nlv In Pennsylvania and Ohio for the n i'iier state with an office at Beaver nd ir 'he latter at Kiuit Palestine, II. M. pft IwlriB innnnner of both companiit. n liT the new orutiulzallon, with head rii'iitem ni VVMSlilngton, Ta., aud In a p ;ion to ilo businefs in ny atate where i, call for (ame are audlclent lo justify, i onward work promises to be as mib-, mi il as lis post record li clean. This e only livustock Insuranco company ih National Stockman and Farmer vr recommended to Its readers. Bev. eart Ko Mr. Sweet came to this of mid submitted bis plans, which we ex mii'"l with very (jreat care and then ive blip luttersofintroductlon to lending vim is of livestock In western Pennsyl imv Thi!semen became assoclsted with n in bnslnoHS aud tlieir past record has i p-maikHbla for lis success. Out two piaints hare ever been made against i company and these were Indirectly a , i .in.u.t to the careful manner in Robin Sweet, OlT & Co's. Men's a.icl Youths' i Oyeralls, jackets and pants. STRAW HATS : These goods are made of the Blacks and whites. 1 best material, fit the best gof(. and gtiff rima 50(J tQ x 2 and give better satisfaction y . , than any other make. They ' . J are warranted not to rip. A Sailor - Mats j new lot just in! Sun Hats . - - 5c to 25c G. A. R. SUITS. . T" ,. , 50c Uulaundered Shirt ', in the market YOU Will Find Linen bosom, wrist and neck ' bands, reinforced back, full OUR &00DS lenotlv aud wel1 made Fine Dress Shirts. Exactly what we AVE SELL Boprecent three pairs Of heavy cotton, seamless, Them to be. ribbed-top ' ' socks " G. A. R. SUITS. 25c , Our Assortment of Before you buy a ' . Light and Medium-weight - TRUNK OR VALISE - , U-N-D-E-R-W-E-A-R Call and examine our line. is complete. One-Price known Fertilizers at are: The Cleveland Dryer Co's., and ' Buckeye, Ohio Seed Maker. yon our goods. Laundon, Windecker & Co. AND D. H. Gott. which the Slockraisers was doing its busi ness. The names ot the officers, os given in the adverlisvincnt, ase" tko iiHiuesof (be directors are a guarantee thnt lis future work will be safe and bonomble. We are personally acquainted with all but one if them and wn Lave every resign t believe that this company will heel Our reader with fairness In jll Its dealings. We again take pleasure in commending It to their confidence. Ilcar in miud the new location, Washlngloi, Pa." SEVEN REASONS Why You Sliould Iesere with the Stoekruleei'S. First: Ills the only company in the state having a capital of f 100,000 actually paid up In cash. Second: It is the only company In the state that cannot make ausfsnuicnis ; giving receipt for premium In full when application istiken. ' Third: Its lottsea are paid without de lay, expense or Inconvenience to Its poll cy hold era. Fourth x It charges premiums on only wo-tblrdscf tive value of stock and pnvs wo-thtrds of the value of the animal lout. ' Fifth: It Insures onlf farming, breed f titr aud private driving htoclt. tjU-lh: Its contract sankes fraud prac tically impossible. - Seventh'. Its rates will always be lound as low as Is consistent with good tecurlty. i:3WR, Ajt. t Weill ngtoti, O. son. Clothiers. lowest nrices at which filled at any time and where SO HOUSEHOLD SHOULD BE WITHOUT m 7-. DYSPEPSIA, A -., hf-: I: V Restlessness ' a ttaieTLV riorrii gaecvMse nwu ttteieiM. . PHILADELPHIA. . Priit, ONE Dollar p. Th tnivjorit; of Ui 1IU of tb human body aorlM from dlMMod Unr. ' Blra mons Liver Regulator has been the means ef restoring more people to health and happiness by living them a healthy liver than any c'.:i;r apcucy oa cuxth. 8EB THAT SOD KT THE CENTO H. HEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FltOJI THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO TIIE . ENTERPRISE. t About the Rcceut Harmcnincs and Specif Events in Their Im- mediate Vicinity, A (.. LA OltaNOB June 29.-Mrs. Uhas. Obltts has pur chased the Dr. Uuderhill residence. Rev. 8. L. Gray and family, of Monroe- ville, buvA IVn visiting In town the past week. -Ktr.,Giay preached to the Bap tist congregation Sunday. . A petition to start a Knights of Pythias lodge Is being circulated with splendid access., f '. Chas. Bhopard sent bis team home from Cleveland with Uhas. Enowles one day lust week and Knowles lost the team somewhere on the road. Too much budge. Quite a number of our "young Ameri ca" wero arrested for breaking windows aud otherwise damaging the old school house. They were tried Saturday, found Rullty and sentenced to twentyfour hoars each In the lockup. Kufus Knowles chastised his only son Id a rather summary way Saturday even ing. " Mrs. II. U. Job nso.i, a former resident, la visiting in town. Uncle Clmuncy Armstrong, of Welling ton, was the gnest of Egbert Hastings last Tuesday. Mr. Armstrong Is 84 years old and be rode from Wellington on horseback and way as limber as a boy of 10 when he got here. U left for home on a brisk eallop. , '' Oberlm folks put op a Job on Ed. Rock wood, the keeper of the hop lea saloon at the quarries and they now have him In limbo, They sent oyer a spotter Irom their town to buy boo tea and they found it to be beep. We have not heard the de cree ol the court. , N. E. Kichmond.of Chicago,! the guest of his brother, R. R. Whitney. . Thomas 1-ahlff has baled and shipped over 200 tons ot hay this scasou. . . . Ed. Thompson and Geo. Wood, of Graf ton, attended a' meeting of iheG. A. R. last Friday evening. A new stone walk in In ing laid in front of the cemetery. L. V.'. Wilkitbs of the firm of Richmond & Wllklns, hni sold his lnlerest In the stoic to Chas. IUwgon. The style of the firm in now Wi! ws & Rawson. : ' - 8yl?estei G. las "hreyVah old plouicr and a highly ru pec ted citizen, died at hie home In this place, Monday, June 23, aged CO years. The deceased was born in Stepheotown, Rensalaer county.N. Y-Jan. 20", 1828. . He came to Ohio with his par ents when three yean of age. He was married to Miss Emily Jlowk Feb. 13, 1850. Two children blessed this nnion, both of whom are deaa. He married his second wife, Miss Laura Ensign, in Octo ber, I860. To this union one child was born, who la still living. He married his third wife, Mrs, Lavina M. Walt, June 25, 1808, and to this anion was born child who is still living. He was left a widow er the third time Dec. 5, 1834. . The de ceased was a kind neighbor and was re spected by all who knew him. He had a shock of paralysis about two years ago, since which time he has been a great suff erer. ' X. L. ' Women troubled with heaaache, will find Simmons Liver Regulator relieves and cures. LITCHFIELD. The Ladles Aid society, of the Baptist church, held a dime social at the resi dence ol Thomas Tooth Thursdsy even- Ing. About V were taken in. Mrs. Frank Peck, of Elsie, Mich., Is vie itlng friends and relatives in town. Fletcher Hall Is spending his vacation at home. - . . ' .' : Hiram Nlckei son returned from Well ington Wednesday feeling quite proud. We do not know whether if was the mous tache or the cup and saucer thut caused the satisfied look he wore. . Rev. B. M. Dresden is rusticating' in town. ' v What courage our Jforth street girls have) A certain number oi' them walked two miles to the social, because? t . Miss Franc Hlinuous was at home over Sunday.. ' : ' , ' Miss Nina Starr is ylsiting in town. Miss Nona Hall expects to start fur Cleveland Tuesday lor a two weeks' visit ' AdamRlalng was at tome over Sunday. There were no services at the Congre gational church lust Sunday. The pastor, Rev.Breckcnrldge, has gone west. A number of the young people will go t the lake the Fourth. Ernest Ilandyside enent Saturday and Sunday in Lorain.1 . ' Mies Nora Keruian is at home. Lb Nout. Whvdivoti cmlliio the acony of dys pepsia?. SimmouH Liver Regnfutor will always cure you. . - Highest of all in Leayening Power. ABSOLUTELY PURE HITHTIWOTOW Jurr 29. Splendid growing weather, rienly of rain for gardens and plenty of sun for field crops. Wheat is lust beginn ing to turn. Oats are growing finely. Corn Is being cultivated for the last time In many fields. The farmers are- about ready to commence haying. Grass has made a wonderful growth in the last few weeks, so that the hay crop will be a good one. The M. E. church was shingled lust week. The ice cream festival last Friduy even ing was a success, as usual. The weather turned cooler and although the ladles thought they had mude plenty of cream, there were so many present that they needed more. The Mite society are think ing of having an Ice cream festival soon to finish paying for the repairing ot the church. There was quite an accidental reunion of (he Rogers family at James Rogers' last Thursday. Hiram Rogers and family, ol Cleveland, Stanley Roger and familyjand Mrs. Mortimer Ropers and little boy were visiting at James Rogers', when his son, Augustus, and family came; his son Frank's children are there. Mrs. Fluy Chapman and sons are visit ing at N. T. Chapman's. Miss EBle Chapman Is home for her va cation. Miss IdaEglin came home for vacation last week, bringing two of her sister's children with her. Mis. Frank Miner aiid daughter visited at Jadah Miner's. . - Fletcher Vvard made a very short visit in town. J ;i3. Piatt spent Saturday in Woostcr. Jliss Anna Chapman has just returned from a wcea's visit in Cleveland with her broiher, Clifton, , Miss Nellie tihort returned from LeRoy last week. Trl. Phelon; wife and daughter spent Sunday in Uaitlaad at Geo. Wilbur's. J. B. Robinson is able to ride out. Chris Fredericks is sble to sit up in a wheel chair. Sirs. Will Sampson is on the sick list. PENFIELD. Jcms 2D.-Rev. nail, of Litchfield, wUl preach la the Congregational church next Sunday night at 7:00 o'clock. Rev. Reader held an open air meeting on the park Sunday evening. . There will be an ice-cream sociable at the residence of Henry Taylor on Wednesday evening. All are Invited. Charles Delong haa been seriously ill the past week, bnt is improving slowly at piesent R McAfee returned to Coolville. 0 a lew days ago. Mr. and Mrs. A.. Douglass were in town Sunday. Mrs. Matthews, sister ol A, Denham. is visiting him and other relatives in town. L. Foster and family visited in Ehart last week. Mrs. A. G. Wilson has been In Welling ton visiting her parents. Mr. and Mis. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Damon attended service in La Grange Sunday and had the pleasure of hearing Rev. Grey, former pastor of this place. D. My own family medicine Simmons Liver Regulator. Rev. Jaa. M. Rollins, Falrflelu, Va. IlKIGHTOa. . Juh20. Mrs. George Clark spent a low days n Katon last week. Miss King, nt Eaton', is the guest, of Mrs. George Clark. . Mr. and .Mrs, Chuiles Hall aud Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dagne,o( Peutleld, spent a day in town. . o. ulects of Mrs. Duuhur frc m Nebraska Is visiting her. :- Mrs. Gilsoa and Mm Bt'I. , nf Will higton, and Miss. Gllsou, ot Toledo, spent 1 fow days 111 toi'. S. Uatlem and family h i e removed to Heurietla. Mr. aud Mrs. Ulllett are visiting tnelr daughter In Fostorla. . ' Toe Ladio' Aid smli-ty of the Congre gational church meet with J. Ktlsey July 1. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Vlll Grundy, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Humble uitto. , J. C. Whipple Is taking In wool. ; . If you have over-Indulged in eating or drlnalug take a dose of Simmons Lwer Regulator. , U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, KOCHESTEK. Wheat harvest is approaching. Corn and weeds are having a race to see which shall occupy the land. P. L. Eessler and family have gone to Cleveland to make their home, Mr. E. be ing manager there for a large manufactur ing company. His store here will be left in charge of his son, Harvey, and P. Deg- nan, Jr. Last week A. E. Starrow raised the larg est barn yet built In the county. John Burrows was the builder. T. Storrow is erecting a building for general purposes. Jas.' Clifford, of Wel lington, Is doing the carpenter work. Mrs. Sylvia Mills is visiting ber par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hanley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shepard, of Wayne county, were visiting at E. Anderson's last week. Mrs. A. W. Mltcbel Is reported as being very sick. Mr. and Mrs. James Uandley, of Hunt ington, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. G. Richards. R.E. Dyer, fcrmerly of this place, but now of California, has developed into a famous wolf hunter and is rapidly ridding his adopted state of the pests. B. C. Mann has been making Improve ments on his farm. The buildings add much to the looks of the same. N. A. Knupp Is doing a rushing bust nes selling bees. ' Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Conklln, a daughter. ' John Fay is remodeling his barn : mak ing it both longer and higher. James Meeker and Ernest Merrill are doing the work. Mrs. P. L Eessler. was In town last week. Mrs. Lewis Barnes returned lust Tues day after a visit of over two months to her motbei In Illinois, who haa Wn very ill. The Baptist Ladies' society will meet . next Thunday with Mi Pren Thomas.-- A Iswn fete will be given for the bene- . fit of the Baptist church on the evening of , . July 4 'on Kessler's lawn. Ice cream, Ore works and a good, time generally All are invited to attend. Wool buyers have not been very plenty and prices paid have been lower than was expected by the growers. . Echo. HEW LONDON. Jcnb 29. - Dr. Mary Waterbouse graduate of the class of HI Irom the St. Loots, Ma, medical college, is visiting tor a brief feason here with her parents. . Mrs. M. H. Smith and daughter, Rays, oi Esnsas City, Mo., are the guests of Mrs. Eate Brickley. Mis. Williams hss been visiting her lis ter, Mrs. O. G. Carter at this place. Mr. Lilly, ol Harriman, Tenn., spent few days with his fatherlnlsw, R. C. Pow ers. u. J. u Arnoiu nas oeen wesi on a Bus iness trip. n 1 - 1 . .1 Y'l i .1. IV. o. unes uureiurueu iruui uiui, aib Miss Lena Turner is attending the nor mal school at Ottawa, O. Mrs. Mary Barrett and Miss Fannie Hazzard have gone la Lakeside. The eounty convention of the W. C, T. TJ. was well attended and the program was very Interesting Born, to Mr. snd Mrs. E. R. Danals, June 20, a son. Mrs. D.'s recovery Is doubtful. Rev. G. H. II art 0 pee being absent, there were no services at the M. E. church Sunday. . The Masons had a perfect day for their picnic, and a good csewe". On Wednesday Dr. A, D. Skellenger had a congestive chill, with a tendency to apo plexy, tie Is lying In alsaost a helpless . condition. The doctor had been having a protracted siege with grippe, and was con valescing, v ' , ' N. H I'mlerhlll is gaining in strength. SULLIVAN. Mrs. Netfe Myers returned from Cleve land last Friday. Rev. Early delivered an interesting ad dress lu town hall last week Wednesday evening in the Interest of the Knights of the Maccabees. An effort will be made to establish a tent in this place Mrs. Lottie Atkins and Mrs. Nettie Hart visited friends In Cleveland last week. Lrrnls Calver has returned irom Cleve ' . land where he has been working the past year. , W.8. Wright, of Greenwich, was in, , town last Friday. ' There will be an lee ere'am fcst'.yal in town hall the evening ot the Fourth. - - i-