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is CIEVEiAND, 0. V?0RICM. so- I . ' HE H ATT JL ,JL IvRPRISE. VOL. XXVI. - i Lr mssmm THE HARRIS BUCKLE. Wire Buckle Buckle and back warranted fori two years. ' For sale only by 'CHAPMAN & ROBINSON, WELLINGTON CLOTHIERS. Successors to - A Producing prices on our clothing so low that a good conscience would not ask us to take so little. All our goods are bought for spot cash and the prices must attract your attention or you will get, left.,., ,We mean just what we say, and say nothing but what we will carry out. Men's Black Sack Suits $4.00 $7.50 beauties. " Business 5.0t 7.50 good, " Fancy " " " 5.00 7.50 daisies. Boys' Suits in great varieties cheap. Children's suits in great varieties cheap. We are sole agents for Adlers Bros, fine Clothing, which is so popular. It will do you good to see our line store and get our prices. They are money savers. 0 North side Sit down. It is good rbr a person to sit dogn once in a while it affords good exercise to the feet and rests the hands and face. But that was not what we wanted you to sit down for. We want you to sit down, place your elbows on your knees, rest your chin on your hands and think of what a chance we are giving yon to buy FLANNELS.- We are selling sll our flannels at cost to close out. , $1 flannels at 75c. 50c. flannels at 39c. Big reduction in children's flan nels. Remember that we have moved into the Wadsworth building in the room occupied by R, S, Ilollenbrfch. Hoping for a continuance of your liberal patronage, we are very truly jours Ensley & Ritzenthaler, Proprietors of the BOSTON NOVELTY STORE. :W SPEClNNNlASHPARTlA SCHOOL Of SHORT-HAID AID TTPEWRITIRQ. Experienced teachers fa all departoienU. Oood board and room la private fimllies, J2.60 to 3.00 per week. "The belt li the cheapert." Thl. XS2321 McKEE & HENDERSON, Oberlin, Ohio. A Family newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Lorain County and Vicinity. The CELEBRATED "HARRIS." and Grip Back Will not cut - W. W. HARVEY & CO. GUSHER "W. W. HARVEY THE CLOTHIER. Public Square. WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1892. THE HARRIS GRIP BACK. the web nor tear the clothing. 5 I T. HASKELL, Attorney- J , at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. I II. DICKSON, Attorncy- J. at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west 6ide public square. n JN. UUUDW1JN, lnsur- i ance agent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc, written neatly and legally, store. Over Scrage's shoe rjRATT & HERRICK, flour I and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. O AUNDERS the photogra U phcr. Finest work and latest styles. Copving and enlarging in crayon, ink and pastel. Crosier block. HUSH & STEVICK Geo. D C.Bnsh and Chas. C.Ste vick, general insuranco agt's, Benedict block; 22ti. n E. SUTLIFF, dealer in Hi coal AnthraenCjMassil Ion, Jackson, etc.; prices low, terms cash. Office on West Liberty st. Telephone 48. B M. BASSETT, dealer in fii raw furs, Taylor-st, Wei lington; O. (50 NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTJiS FROM the special cor. RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events In Their Im 2 : mediate Vicinity. SULLIVAN. Feb. 22. Ed Frlnk and viie have re turned from Elyrla, where they were vis itlng relatives and friends. Ed brought a magni lcent rpecimen of the genus canig home with, him a present from one of his frh'Dds. Mm. C. C. Baldwin will remove to northern Michigan in the spring. The Ladies' Sewing society met at Rev. Aleek's last 'inursday. Fortyeight were present E. A. Gorbem has received the position he formerly occupied at the pumping sta Uon. In the future he will pump here and at Hereford. M, R. Hubler. is traveling through Lo rain atd Huron counties in the interest of the Cli vcland Fertilizer company. Tirfi Sullivan Ait school meets at Rey. Flnley's every Thursday Mrs. Nellie Koontt Instructress. Rer. Finley bts been absent from home the paf t week, conducting a revival meet ing at, Bucyrus, 0. It Is our earnest wish and prayer that many souls may be saved for, truly, the "harvest is ripe." Quite a number of True Gaodyear's friends called upon him Thursday even ing. They pulled taffy and voted the oc casion one long to be remembered. The fioules family has removed to Troy. We are very sorry to lose such an estima ble family bat, truly, our lost is Troy's gain. :, ' . Mess i. Reed & Rigger appear to be I well pVtased with their location, and re port tha they have all the work they can do. 'i. .... 5rtD.''Uv ofJWelllngtonas vis iting hor-ilswr, Mrs. Goodyear, a few days last week. - Canton dentist In town inserting circu lar saw teeth. It is a painless operation, Oscar Long is visiting his old friend at this place. Virgil Bryan will move upon L. L. Drown's farm March 1, Miss Edith Clark Is at home for a few days. She has been teaching in the Find- lay public schools for the past year. John Oslerhult will moye Into the house now occupied by Geo. GibBon April 1. Samuel Garver will teach our village school next summer. Hubler & Garver are tulklng of building a new store upon the site their old one oc cupied. Miss Delia Peet, of Michigan, is visiting at Joseph Garver's. C. F. Drake, of New London, wag call ing upon Pete Chapman Sunday. G. L. Blinn, of Ashland, was visiting his mother, Mrs. Merrifleld, Sunday. James Bankey, a former resident of Sul livan, departed this life Sunday, February 14, 1802, at tha home of his sister, Mrs. Boweritz, of Nova. His death was cansed by the prevailing malady, grippe, In con nection with lung trouble. His funeral was held at Nova February 10. Mr. San key was eminently respected by all who knew him, and leaves a large number of regretiul friends. Belle C. Parrish was born In Sullivan, 0, March 20, 1874, and died at the home of her sister, Mrs. II. G. Guild, In Salem, Oregon, February 5, 1892. Her. sickness began with grippe, which quickly changed to pneumonia, and after a few days she died. Converted In early life, she united with the Methodist church, and in this re lation lived and died. If goodness Is the true mark of nobility then she was truly noble. To us "Kind hearts are more than ooronete, And simple faith than Norman blood." BBIGHTON. Fkb. 23. Notice has been given that a township cantos will be held in the town hall Saturday evening, March 5. Every body Is requested to attend. The most Interesting event that has oc curred lately in our community was the debate in the town hall Monday evening. In spite of the bad roads the hall was packed to see the boys from Wellington get "done up." Hut the "doing" dldnt come out that way. The debate was hot ly contested on both sides and at times the excitement was intense. The memb ers ot the Wellington club in the opinion of the Judges, and no one seemed to disa gree with them, had the best of the argu ment. Tbe young - men have now won back all tbe "laurels that they lost" and gained some that they did not before po ses. The negative refused to accept their challenge to a third, debate. . Lulu, A gray beard on man under SO makes him look older than he really Is. The best dye to color brown or black Is Buck Ingham's Dye for the whiskers. Highest of all tir Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE MEW LONDON, Feu. 22. MarrieJ, Feb. 0, at the home of the bride's parents, John Roorbcck and Miss Anna Palmer. February 5 a Utile weo daughter came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Muuholland. Some days since Miss Rosa Ward fell, receiving a fracture of the ankle bone. Joseph Homenway, while engaged in chopping wood, cut his foot very badly, but the wound Is healing nicely. John Cook is on tbe sick list Mrs. C. F. Drake Is convalescing. Geo. Knowlton, Jr., is very sick. Miss Hattie Peck has removed her stock of millinery goods to the room over W. I. Bracy's grocery store. February 10 twenty Odd Fellows from Ashland paid a visit to the I. O. 0. F. lodgo here. After the meeting they were served to a fine banquet by the New Lon don lodge. Tuesday evening, the 16tb, the Jennie JackBon Jubilee troupe gavo a concert here. Mrs. L. Kllburn has sold her stock of millinery goods to Mrs. Lottie C. Russell. Mrs. Kllburn will assist Mrs. Russell In the shop. E. Beardsley, of Cleveland, was in town a few days since. Miss Jennie Smith, of Denver, Col., has been calling on friends In town. From here she went to Milan to visit ber aunt, Mrs. Ira Liggett. The M. E. aid society will meet this afternoon with D. J. U. Arnold. The will be a social at the borne of Hra.'Sts"rbTrd,'for'the 'benefit of the M. E. choir, on Friday evening. Rev. J. M. TrlfDt has entered tbe lecture field. Rev. Arthur Day, of Richmond, lnd., occupied the Baptist pnlpit on Sundny, and Rev. K. Herbert Crane tbe Congrega tlonal pulpit. We understand there is to be a dauce at the town hall tonight in commemoration of Washington's birthday. Nihil. Nearly every one needs a good spring medicine and Hoods Sarsaparilla in un doubtedly the best. Try It this season. LA GRANGE. Feu. 22. The roads aie getting very muddy. Clarence Barber, formerly a risldent ot this place, but now of Chicago, was In town during the week. Will Dean and Mrs. Verna Wait were united in marriage last Wednesday. Mrs. Reuben Wight is slowly failing in health from the awful ravages of cancer. Elba Joy and family will leave here for Chicago today, where they expect to re main permanently. W. II. Brinsmade has made up lis mind to leave us. He will cist his lot among the fortune hunters of Cleveland. Rev. L. C. Kerr is holding a series of revival services at the Baptist church. Quite an interest Is being manifested. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kelner were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Merriam last week. They left for Galesburg, 111., last Thursday evening. The building purchased by R.R. Whit ney stands In the street Just one block from Main street, where they got stuck In the mud Cards are out announcing tha marriage of Lieut. C. E. Johnston to Miss Rosalie Magagno, at Oakland, Cel., on February 24. Tbe groom Is a brother of Mayor Johnston of this city. The Cleveland Stone company will soon open up their quarries for the coming sea son. The stripping is now nearly done and quarrying can be commenced at soon as the weather permits. Rev. L. C. Kerr delivered a vory Inter esting sermon last Sunday on tbe princi ples of Pythlanlam. He abowed very plainly that the praclUel application oi its principles was In the diiection of aid to religion. We are lnlormed that L. L Crane, who moved away from here a few years ago, will soon return to make thl a permanent home. X. L. It is not What we Say But what Hood's Sarsaparilla doee, that makes it tell, and has given It such a firm and lasting bold upon the confi dence of the people. The voluntary statements of thousands of people prove beyond question that this preparation pos sesses wonderful medicinal power. Hood's Pills cure constipation by re iirinotha iMriatalllo action of the ali mentary canal. They are the best family cathartic. NO.b PENFIKLII. The qualified voters of Peulleld town ship are requested to meet at the town hall Saturday evening, February 27, to nominate a ticket for tbe spring election. By order of the Election Boaiid, oiiituahy. Milan Cone, the subect of this tribute, was born at the family residence in Pen field, April 4, 1848, and departed this life January 10, 1803, aged forty three years, nine months and fifteen days. His early surroundings were such as to break the monotony, there being field and forest, hill, valley and river with their en chantments for tbe young and active minded youth. Here he closed lite In the same house In which he was born. This Is true in this country with few men dying at bis age. His stiring mind took a busi ness turn, having equals, but few superiors and so watchful of his statements, that he did not have to take bock at or.e time what had been said at anotner time. By prudence and Industry, be gathered a fine competuncy lor the msintainance of his lovely family, consisting of wife and four children. To gain enough of tbe good things or this life, for tbe support oi those who were dependent upon him, he tried and won, and other than thia, be placed a low estimate upon the treasures he was leaving when going out of the world. Whea wasting consumption had shut him indoors, giving him time to think, he said, "I seo things very differently now. K I get well I will lead a dluerent lire, life la so short here with so much suffer ing." For a time he was deeply anxious for bimselt, until he had entered Into a covenant and fellowship divine. And no sooner had the "mists cleared away" than be felt an earnest longing for ' ihnan witu whom be bad enjoyed com pan ionshlp in business and worldly pleasures. feeling if he could get out and see them. they would be pursuaded to come to Christ, seek forcivness, live better lives and meet him in heaven. At times he was filled with rapture to overflowing, so that he would break forth in utterances or ecstatic delight, sometimes saying, '-'How 1 wish 1 could sing' '1 led as It 1 were Homing in the air' 'U don't mourn for me nor wish me to stay and sutler longer' 'It will be only a short time when you will come to whore we will sing pruiaes forever' 'I am anxious to go home end be wltb Jesus, and I want each of you to meet me in heaven.' " i nue set the sun oi me oi aniao uone without a cloud, to riso in other skies and shine forever. Truly "the chamber whore the good man meets his fate is privileged heyond the common wsiks oi virtuous life, quite to the verge of heaven." It la evident that a man's life cannot be seen at its best when in the busy marts of trade or in company. A ay, verily, liut go ratber to the place where the conscious soul, looking into eternity, would get un der the dripping cross and nearer to God, when leaving the things of time foreyer. The "farwell" was spoken and the im mortal moyed out of its clay-tenament to a world beyond. For Life la more than a golden rav To bluah Into dawn, then eeaae to be. Tbe removal of this kind husband, fond latber and obliging neigboor, makes a wide vacancy In the heart, tbe home and the neighborhood. A NOT IS Or THANKS. The family earnestly desires to tender grateful thanks to neighbors and friends lor tbelr many acts of kindness during their great sorrow. Mas. M. Conk. HUNTINGTON. Fkb. 22. Quarterly meeting In the M. E. church February 27 and 28. Presiding Elder Mitchell will preach ou the 27th, Saturday, at 2 30 p. m. This Is the only meeting that the elder will be able to be with os. Rev. J. F. Brant, pastor of tha Wellington M, E. church will fill the pal pit on Sunday morning at 10:45. A full at tendance it desired at both these meetings. The tick In town are all getting better, so far as I know. There are no very seri ous case now. ( If a fog in winter Is a sign of cold wea ther, we are going to have a cold time; tor tbe air has been filled with a dense fog (or several dayt, making It quite dark In the house a good deal of the time, and to thick tbat you could see for enly a few rods nut of door. Several farmers tslk of opening their sugar bushet this week. ' i . Frank Richmond and wife have moved into the bouse on the hill west of Carl Roger'. ""."' Mrs. Lucy West Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Loveland, In Brighton. Arthur Bote and bis wife are boarding. , at Mrs. Meachum's. Charles Bailey and his wife have re turned to their home In Grafton There was a party at Norrls Kalsey'a ; lut Friday evening. Frayer meeting at the M. E. church last Thursday evening had a large attendance. Frank Smith his wife have been spending a conple of weeks at Lake nelen, Florida.