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'--"V)"-' f i c CIEVElAND. 0. .j 'THE ENTERPRISE VOL. XXVI. , WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1892. NO. 10 A Family newspaper Devoted to th.e Interests of Lorain County and Violnlty. Wear the "Cromwell" Dress Shirt. It has many improvements and points of superiority over all others. It is made of Wamsutta Muslin, 2000 Linen, the bosom being 4-ply, lined with heavy Butcher's Linen. The Improved Bosom will never break or wrinkle from wearing and is guar- anteed to outwear the shirt. The disagreeable feel ing at the neck is prevent ed and the band does not work out from under the collar. The seams are smoothly finished and the gussets are firmly set in, which prevents all ripping or tearing down. For fit and service they have no equal. For sale only by Chapman & Robinson, WELLINGTON CLOTHIERS. Successors to - W.W.HARVEY & CO, From this Day Our new clothing in all the grades will charm the customer. They are Cheap In price and many are telling it. See the prices in our show window. The Largest Clothing store in Wellington and our tables are loaded. See our Children's Suits at SI. To the Front We Go. W. W. HARVEY. Sit down. It is good for a person to sit down 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, rcst your chin on your hands and think of what a chance we. are giving you 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. llemembcr that we .have moved into the "Wadsworth building in the room occupied by , ' R. S, Hollenbach. Hoping for a continuance of your liberal patronage, we are very truly yours Ensley & Ritzenthaler, Proprietors of the BOSTON NOVELTY STORE. I T, HASKELL, Attorney J, at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Oflicc in bank building. I II. DICKSON, Attor.icy J, at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. RN. GOODWIN, insur , ance agent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc. written neatly and legally. Over, Serage's shoe store. PKATT & 1IERKICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Railroad street. SAUNDERS the photogra pher. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and enlarging in crayon, ink and pastel. .Crosier block. SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAMO AND TYPEWRITIR0. Hrrictd teachers In all departments. Oood board and room Id prlvaU families, 2J0 to 13.00 per week. " The beat la the cheapest." This t&tXXrZ McKEE & HENDERSON, Oborlin, Ohio, BUSH & STEVICK Geo. C.Bush and Chas. C.Ste vick, general insuranco agt's, Benedict block. 22tf. CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in . coal Anthraehe.MafiBil- lon, Jackson, etc.; prices low, terms cash. Office on West Liberty st. Telephone 48. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FKOM THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE s ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings nnd Special Events In Their Im !. mediate Vicinity. . BRIGHTON. LA OHANGK. March 7. March came in like a lion. J. Eott baa cat off bit whiskers. . Office seekers are getting plentiful. - For county treasurer, H. P. Chapman. ' Dr. Wolcott, of Grafton, was in town Tuesday. 11m. Dma Joy, of Denver, Col., is in town flatting friends. . J..U. Plumb, of Lorain, has been in town the put week, Frsnkie Coleman will leave for Chicago Wednesday. He has obtained a position With a business firm there. . A number of new dwellings will be built this season. The superintendent ol the Big Four ssys he will build a new depot for ns lthln a month or two. W. H. Bnnsmado baa told his stock of goods to Wtlkins & Rawaon, who will move their stock into the Brlnsmsde store. W. B. Johnston and L. B. Robblns were in Grafton Thursday. . Rev. L C. Kerr and E. D. Ryan attended the reception in Wellington, Tuesday night. ' A. R. Underbill has returned lrom a trip to Toledo and Perrysburg snd reports a royal good time. Mr. and lira. Orrie Dale were suddenly called to Oberlin to attend the deathbed of Mayor Dale, of that place, on Wednesday - Married, st Elyrla, 0 on Thursday, Feb' 29, Jodie R.tiott to Miss Ida Hastings. Both parties are well known young people of this place. Mtrriad.at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. L. C. Kerr, nnsFrldsy, March 4, Wal toi Terry to Mrs. Florence Benton, both of Beldon. I PieoCUlhc leetoeuee.uf Uanareuta Jq this place, on Thursday, March 3, Leo L Gott, only son of Mr. snd Mrs. F. B. Gott, aged 1 year and 2 months. The Epworthjleague will give a sugar party at the town hall on Tuesday evening of this week. All are invited. Wo have heard of girls being scared by mice, etc., but tho worst scared person that has ben in this town in a good while was a young msn with a blonde mustache who bad a recent experience with a rat Two rats got to fighting under a floor In which was a bole for the rate convenient, and near which the object of our recital was standing. Piegently one ot the rats ran out of the hore and being somewhat excit ed, he ran up the trousers leg of the young man. An excited scene was then witnes sed. The rat kept running up the pant leg and the young man kept dancing. Finally a rescuer came and reached 'up the pant leg and pulled Mr. Rat out by the tall. We would not like to mention any names. X, L. SULLIVAN. Mauch 7. Clarence Hubler, Eugene Dunlap afhl Arthur Hyde have returned home from Savannah, where they have beeen attending school. J. 0. Johnson, of Wellington, was In town Wednesday. Joe Johnson is very well pleased with Tennessee and says he believes his health Is Improving. Hubler 4 Arndt received a carload of shingles Thursday. C. X. Ingraham was at Cleveland and Akron last week. Clayton Mann is at home lor a few days, Clayton Is a graduate (class of Dl) of the Western Reserve medical college. Lawsuit Friday: Simmons of Savannah plaintiff vs. Markel, of this place, defend ant. Suit to recover horse. Decision In favor of defendant' Byron Stilwell, ol Ashland, counsel for plaintiff and Thomas Keeler, of West Salem, for defendant. Malt Slack was visiting friends In Pitts- field last week. Matt will remove ther as soon as the roads are passable. Wa bear that the people of Nova are contributing freely for the purpose of hav ing the Clarksfleld itone quarries moved theit to occupy the old site of what is now the Sullivan reaorvoir. Truly tbelr ambi tion is unparalleled. The Ballou family are all sick. Grippe the cause. Rev. Meek has been suffering from tho effects of neuialgla the paat week. Alien Newton, a former reeident of Sul livan, died at San Antonio, Texas, and was Interred here Sunday. . George Dagan will take charge of the Clark factory this coming summer. Dr. E. T. Miller, ol Dross Plains, Wis., Has expressed the opinion that, for obstl' nate cases ol syphilis and scrofula, Ayer'i Barsaparma la unquestionably the moat eirectire remedy Known to pharmacy. Wonderful cures have resulted lrom Its Use. Highest of all In Leavr ning Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report 1 vTOiVJT ABSOLUTELY PURE HnHTINGTOK. March 7. Another one of Hunting ton's old citizens has gone. Grandma Elder died last Friday, March 4. She was 95 years old lacking one week. She died at George Holland's. The funeral was held on Monday at 1 :80 p. m. at his house. Dr. W. R. Elder and wire from Terre Haute were here to attend the funeral. Her remains will be interred ii. the ceme tery here beside her husband. Mrs. Eglln has been very sick but is slowly getting better. Mrs. J. B. Robinson Is sick. Mrs. J. B. Pratt has been very poorly tor a few weeks. We are to lose David Johnson's family from the center. Ho moves this week onto the Boon farm In the north-east part of town. Geo. Skces moves Into Mr. Johnson's house at the center. Frank Leinlnger moves Into the bouse Skees moves out of. Miss Iaa Sage is visiting her sister Mrs, Goodrich in Wellington. At the reception laat week at the par sonage the girls who were invited nearly all went but it as such a bad night that few of the boys dared venture out. Tbey all report a splendid time. There were several sugar parties plann ed for last week, but very few could get to any of them. The roads are worse now than tbey have been since last spring. John Uockingsmith has moved lrom the old factory east of the center to Well ington. Mr. Gorbam, from the Myers lactory takes his place and will run that factoiy this seaeon. The Myers factory Is te be closed this jear. Nearly all last week was splendid sugsr weather and those who had opened their bushes had their hands full to keep the sap lrom wasting. Joe Garris stays on the Miller farm another year even if I did move him onto a strange farm last week. Mr. Shively Is visiting at Mrs. Dr Thomas'. At the menling of the Epworth league last Tuesday evening the literary pro gram was fully carried out. P1TTSFIELD. Maiicii 7. The roads are almost impas sable. Town meeting today lor the settlement of township business. The recent snow storm and freeze is making another good flow of sap. There will be a Democratic caucus at the town ball Saturday evening, March 13, to put In nomination township officers for the spring election. the Republicans will hold a caucus March 18 at 1 o'clock p. m. for the nomi nation of township ofllccrs lor the spring election. The lollowlng officers wil be nominated: Trustee, clerk, assessor, jus tice ol the peace and one constable. Every body should attend and put in their best men. Steven Waite has sold his place at the center to A. HInkley. Mr. Uinkley will convert the house Into a barn for his stock. II. M. Glllett. of the firm ol Davies and Glliett has bought out Mr. Davies' Inter est and it will hereafter be run by H. M Glllett. ' AVm. Green has bought the Lewis Shaw farm one mile south of the center. The board of education will hold SDoth er meeting March 8. Adam .Beard kas been building new lences and tiling his place, which adds greatly to Its looks. LITCHFIELD. MAncn 8. The oyster supper at the Great Western, Feb. 22, was well attended despite the bad roads. Mr. Blanchard Is muwly recovering Mrs. W. Judaou, ot ibicsgo, who whs called here by the illues of her t itiH-r. Is spending a lew wwi-ka wlih iclaiivw. ami friends in town. Mrs. Lelllngwell his been qut'e lck, but is improving at prev-nt. We are sorry to learh ol tlmoVih l the father of Air. Snrll ami Lou Kiun, ut bis home In New York. Hugh McQueen spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Lamk-ii Hte Improving. Mr. L Is able to be out Mr. Smith Is confined t the bouse. Dr.Scudder's fathur is visiting Mm. Lb Noih. . LOST A lady's bad complexion and rough, pimply skin by using Flora A. Jones' famous Blush of lioeea. Sold b F. D. Felt 1 PENS-IELD. Mahch 7. Sugar making has begun In good earnest also the bad roade which al ways accompany it. Chas. Lang has rented the farm owned by Charles Palmer, adjoining hli own. W. Hart has moved to the center. Alphonao Llndeley was married to Miss Lucy Goodyear, March 9. She Is one of Penfleld's most worthy young ladles. The names of members oi the M. E. Sunday-school who passed the written re view for last quarter are as follows: Grace Branston, J. C. Barlow, Alice Bartholo mew, Lucy Boat, Donnie Desbro, Susie Fenwlck, Anna Goodyear, Stella Good year, Pauline Hayes, Emma Jackson, Car rie Krebs, Millie Starr, Tlllie Starr, Carrie Taylor, Mary White, Mary Hayes. MEDINA. The Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling railroad company has decided to aban don the dispatchers office at Canal Dover and will establish one at Elyna and another af Bridgport Miss Lnro Phelps of Seville was the successful com petitor for the Demorest gold medal held at Seville, Tuesday evening. The judges were Rev. J. C. Elliott of Rlttman, Rev. L. Fisher of Mallet Creek and Prof. S. Thomas, of Ashland The B.AO. company assumed control of the Pitts burg and Western road on Tuesday of this week, but it Is stated that it will not run Its through business on this line be fore next fall. The roadbed of thla road was found to be In such bad condition that it will all have to be reballaeted and nearly all of its worn out ties have to be replaced by new ones For many years Medina has not had a better nor more efficient band than at present" and in fact It has become one of the recognized and necessary lnstltiutions of the town. It Is reported to us that Its treasury is in a depleted condition at present and that If no aid is extended that disorganization will take place before the summner months, Gazette. OUKKLIN A freight car was derailed on one of the steep, curved grades on the quarry track last week and a considerable amount of damage done. The track was finally cleared and the way opened for traffic.. . . Leland Powera will read "David Gar rick" here, April 12tb. under the auspices of the College Y. M. C. A. Those who have heard Mr. Powers will need no urging to make arrangements to hear him again, and those who have not should' make use of a splendid opportunity M. Straus, the owner of the Park house property has had the the rooms of the hotel, over fifty in number, handsomely repapercd and contemplates still further improvements. . . .Four persons were re ceived on probation at the First Mi E. church last Sundsy. Rev. West preached morning and evening. Dr, Brand preaohed at both services at the First Congrega tional church and Dr. Tenuey at the Sec ond church. Dr. Tenney's text in the morning was "Thou shall not stcalV He applied the text to the Louisiana lottery and gambling in general in vigorous lan guage. News., ELYRIA. A vicious dog, at largn in the park, was shot at Wednesday morning, but nntortn nately the brute escaped. It is said that, he recently bit Deforest Roe, eon of Mr. Roe, the drnggist. .... .A bl'.I has been In- traduced into the legislature providing, that ll the owner of land fails to cut down thistles and other weeds along his land, it shall be done by the road supervisor and reported by the township trustees to the county auditor to be collected who the owner's taxes Two-hundred ol our- citizens have In the last week signed" pe ii lions asking the county commissioners t" provide an orphans.' home for Lorain, i-ounty, a the law contemplates. We are, informed that the Udiea' committee hav ing the matter In charge, will meet the. comuiiMijners the first of next week to UlKtubs the proposition East Seventh. a'rvt waa the scene Of a Byely set-to be tween iwo young men, a few evenings. . It seems that they, were rivals tor" the uffcrtloDS ol a certain young lady at . tlic south-end, and one of them had made., derogntary remarks about the other, v The -outcome was that a Keeling was arranged betweon the rivals, whloh ended a la Sol-1 Uvea, with the result that a large quantity .' ot gore went to waste, and one youfig" man has his face In mourning. We have not beard as yet whether the young lady; has chosen the victor or vanquished, but shall curiously await the result RepuW llcsn.