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J ci EVElANO o. WELLINGTON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23, 1892. VOL. XXVI. NO. 12 A Family newspaper Devoted to ttte Xat rcst3 of Lorain County and Vicinity. En ERPRISE Why did the Workingmen of this country in the past year use over 2,000,000 Pairs of Sweet, Orr & Co's. Overalls and Pants. O O ..(iJ. 'r i fft iiiiiiiif ill -mm w o w o O Buy a pair and you will see. They cost you no more than those of an inferior make claimed by dealers to be equally as good. Every Garment Warranted not to Rip. For sale only by Chapman & Robinson, WELLINGTON CLOTHIERS. Successors to W. W. HARVEY & 00. IT DOES ONE GOOD TO SEE SUCH CLOTHING AS THE Celetolfii Mer.Bros'. - Sold only by W. VT. Harvey; ateo the Mete Wool Pauls, $2.00, $2.50, 83.00, $3.50 .and $4.00. Perfect fitting, and no ripping Latest fashion. Also the Off. Collars Cfs and the finest outfit Clothing House in the county. Our prices must interest you. W. W. HARVEY, cEoraiEi Great Bargains ' IN Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, ETC., AT J. W. Wilburs, I T, HASKELL, Attorney J, a't-Iaw nml notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. ' Successor to Wilbur & Collins. Remember . . . .. That you can find everything that is kept at a fkst-class grocery store at Wilder & Brown Bros. Successors to J. Turley. I II. DICKSON, Attorney J, at-y and solicitor of American and loreign pat ents, west side public square. n X. GOODWIN, insur- lli once agent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc. Avrittcn neatly and legally. Over Serage's 6hoe store. n UATT & HEHHICK, flour r and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor Doration. Railroad street. i O AUNDERS the photojrra n nbnr. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and pastel, urosier diock. All orders delivered promptly. RUSH & STEVICK Cieo. fTTlnfih nnd Chas. C.Ste- viek, general insuranco agt's, Benedict block. 22tf. E. SUTLIFF, dealer in c .nfll Anthraeii e.Massil- vi z . .' lon.JocJcson,etc; prices low, terms casn. uiuco uu yy h Liberty at; Telephone 48. HIS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FK03I THE SPECIAL COR- BESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Ilappeninxs and Special Events In Their Im - mediate Vicinity. LA ORANOK. Maiicu SI Local politics are getting hoi. James Sheldon, of Wellington, wag In town on Tuesday. The caucussea'Weie well attended and the nominations seem to be StMlBfactory. A. P. Jones, of Grafton, was in this city Tuesday, on business. We hear, on good authority, that Graf ton and Wellington will elect wet coun cils this spring. Shall our lair city be a rose between two thorns t Mr. and Mrs. Orrlc Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale and Mr. and Mrs. W. White attended the funeral of Mayor Ardon Dale, oi Oberlln, last Friday. L. L. Crane arrived here Thursday even ing from Fife Lake, Mich. He will make his future home with his daughter, Mrs. 8. P. llerrlam. ' The person who recently lost a lap robe can have the same by calling on Wash White aod proving property. Our citizens who joined the Knights and Ladiei of Equity may feel tnankful to think they did not keep up their assess ments In that order, for It ceved to exist lost Tuesday. The sheriff of Cuyahoga county gobbled up what was left of the concern. . D. Watte was considerably hurt Sunday morning While watering his cattle. The cattle became uneasy and ciowded onto him and got him down under their feet. Bis hack and limbs were bruised consid erably aod one eye was somewhat Injured. Mr. Waite is over 80 years old and could not resist a a younger man could have done. II. F. Williams met with a serious acci dent on Friday. While drawing a load o( bay his team became I Tightened and ran away and he was thrown fiom the load over a fence, and he struck the ground in such a way at to injuie hit bead and shoulders very severely. He was uncon scious for several hours bnt will recover. Mr.,,pila Baxton his Just received Hit Jam uou was awnci oy ue mail bag as it wa thrown from the fast mall last Thursday. She bid Just crossed the track at the depot and had net gone far enough away to etcape it. She was un conscious for some time but no Injuries were sustained. Had the sack not struck the ground drat she would have teen badly hurt Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wilcox are called upon to mourn the lost of their little daughter, Orpba, aged 4 years, who died on Friday. March 18. Funeral was held on Sunday at the house. Rumoi sayt that Jerome Manvllle will bring home a wife from Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ella Church and son. May are ou the sick list V. E. Canfleld baa purchased a house and lot ot Mrs. Emma Dunham. Art Wilcox, of Cleyelaud, has been spending his semi-annual vacation in this place. X. L. HUNTINGTON. Makcu 21. Cliff Chapman and wife s'.)nt Sunday with bis father, E. F. Chapman. Carrie Fields Is visiting friends in town for a few days." Th center school closed last Saturday with an exhibition in the town ball In the evening. The exercises were lor the most part very good. Mr. Ingrahain has been here a year and is a successful teacher. He will commence bis spring term next week. The center school is too large tor one teacher and It would be well for the peo ple of Huntington to think seriously about dividing the school and hiring two teach ers. We think this would be cheaper in the long run, and surely we would have .better work with two teachers In a wbool ol sixty pupils, than with one. Nora Long is at home for a short time. Effle Chapman is visiting lilemls iu Norwalk. Lou Ward ia visiting frlemls iu Bright- Highest of all in Leavening; Pbwer. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ii r-y Powder i ABSOLUTELY PURE I'lTTSKIELD. The wind was in the northwest when the sun crossed the line. NEW LONDON. MAncn 21 Mrs. R. Fulton, while re turning home from town last Tuesday, he- Frank Beam who has been working for came faint from some cause, and fell to the Miss Susie Fenwick will close a very successful term of school in the Holland district next Friday. The school in the Kelsey district closed last Friday. Robinson & Pratt have been doing a rushing business during the past week and and If you could see their large piles of basswood lumber, you wouM think thus m-rra dnlnir a hlff business. The young pooulu's meeting at the it E, church every Sunday evening at 6:30 are well attended and ate a source of great gol. 1). W. Davics tor the past year has moved to Oberlin, where he will work as a sec tion band. Cbas. Nason has hired nut to work one year for II. MfGilletl in bis mill. Some of our young men have hired out for the summer. John Stevenson is to work for Fred Wilson and E. Robinson will work for Robt, Merriam. The personal property of John Pick- worth sold well. Bidding was- done freely and everything brought good price, the best cows bringing some $36.00 per head. J. W. Soyery has closed bl school at French creek, Avon, and is in town call ing upon bis friends. The literary society are to give an entertainment at the town hall this week, Wednesday evening. A good program will be presented. Admission 3 cents. Mr. Downing, of Orange, Geauga- Co., has moved into Wui. Crosler's factory and will make cheese this summxr for Mr. Crosier. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Worcester, of Oberlin, attended church here yesterday. The Republicans met in caucus on the 16th Inst and nominated the township officers which are as follows: O. J. Whit ney, trustee ; U, 8. Sheldon, clerk; II. G Bartlttt, aitacssor; O. D. Mntcbiun, justice; Phill. McRoberU, constable. Fish of the sucker breed are very high this spring costing as high as $3.20 per pound if caught ou the drat day of the week. borne of the papers claim that the leg islature hat passed several important bills this winter. Had they aaid several unimportant bills they would com nearer the truth. As we look at It they keep ripping up and amending, and It "all sinounu W elinoarnothlng, nly-eon- fuslou. Take the election law for in stance. They have so mixed things tor our spring election so we do not know whether we have any election laws oi not. The Australian law was good enough as it was and was needed as much U our town ship elections as any other. Again the school law. The idea that one director in each district, (we have it that way now In some of our sub districts) and they do not give as good satisfaction to the people as districts do that have three directors, We think if the law bad been changed so as to allow the directors a reasonable com pensatlon tor time actually employed, ml fine them If thev did not do their d'lty, we would have ka trouble In get ting a quorum out to the boaid meetings, H. M. Gillet had the misfortune to hronk )! lurira iuw used in his mill. He nurchased another in Mansfield. The cold dry winds of the past ween haye put an end to sugaring for a while at least Not long ago a young theologue from the classic city came out to special dis trict No. 2 to expand the truths which he considered. He began to understand and to convince the people that It was a good thine to bave. Gave them a sermon in n.u i.-w b.hool house one Sunday. The next Sunday some of the young lolks and anu,e of the older ones too went fishing in Black River. The game warden at Elyrla was notified and came and took the gen tlemen to Elyrla for violating the Sunday law. The fines and costs amounted to about $10. which was promptly paid by the parties arrested. At about the time this was going on the young theologue with three other fellows weie out to have a good time one evening and while la the act of rousting their chickens in tho m e in a sugur house not ar from Oberlin, the proprietor cam nu Hu m a:.tl ihi y took l-t their hei l.. 'Ih liit-T h close on to luo paiiy. .Iv, .s U.iiy mt by a knife tvr ss in i w i'ui i." h s man by the cout o. ll r n.i l a hi nl r to get away he sllppv.l ui 'f hi cout But the name ou ilie co it gitvx me lem.w away. sidewalk, striking her face heavily. She sustained a fracture ot tho nose, besides numerous other bruise;. Mrs. Fulton de serves the sympathy of the community, a ber husband has been sick all winter. Our town council has passed a number ot ordinances and among tbem is one making a large increase In the fines- for selling liquors In violation thereof. W. C. Brown returned Iron Connecticut with bis bride a few weeks since. Mrs. J. C. Ransom passed away March 0' alter a long Illness. E. E. Banning Is lying very low. There- is little hope of his recovery. Mr. Harmon is sick. C. Starbird's two youngest, children,. Minnie and Paul, are on the lit of grippe- patieats. A. C. Hamuli talked before the teach ers' association of Richland couniy at Shi- loh Saturday, March 12,. At the last teachers' examination MJse- L. Joe Armstrong was the honored one, she receiving a certificate lor five jears. Geo. Watson and family are intending to make their home in FOstoriu, U. Mrs. A. Cogyguall has fitted up a room, at her home lor the treaUueot ot patienU by the clectro-tberapurtio cabinet treat ment. Mrs. Cogsghall is a professional, nurse, having studied In New York city. Mrs. Lottie Russvl baa engaged the ser vices ot a trimmer from . Cleveland in her' millinery store. Mrs. Blddioger, of- Crestline, has- been. visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. Turner Mrs. Beardsley, of Cleveland, lain tuwa calling on old friends. The C. L. S. C. meet' with Mrs. i. Hem- enway Tuesday evenlpg. March S&. TheM. E. aid society meet with. Mrs, Etta Washburn Friday afternoon, March. f From present Indications there wllL be some changing about In .place-of. residen ces this spring, a .(he moving, wagons are- already seen In t us. streets. Nuuu WANTED Ladies lo know skit the famous Blush ol Hoses Is the EUM tower ef toilet articles. The effect la Immed iate, delightful refreshing and charming: and gives a lovely complexion. Sold at F.D. Felt's. 8- That Tired Foelin Is often the lore.ruuuur of serious illm ss which my t broken up if a good tonic like Hood HrttiHrina m taaeu iu on. This medicine Invigorates the kid- i,. un, l liver to remove the waste from the system, purities the blood ami builds up the sirengm. Constipation is caused by losa of the n.'rUmlila action of the bowels. Hood's Pills restore Ibis action and Invigorate the liver. - - . The ladies aid society axe lo give- a sugar party at, the M. E.. parsonage on next Thursday afternoon, and. evening. A large attendance will be very accept able to the ladies. The youngsters bave a sugar party la preparation, at Cbas. Tailor's fur naxt Friday evening. A pile of sand U tast accumulating, in preparation for the building oi the- uv school house at Ilia center, Art Ensign has hired to Jay Hart for the coming season and will move Into the Damon house In the very near future. Will, Jewett and. Rose McAfee were unlteJ in wedlock ut Medina on th 8th Inst Tho happy couple have gono to Rochester where Mr. Jewett ia t ) engage a a tiller of the soil. Our community was shocked on Mon day afternoon to hear of the uulimcly death of Mts. Fraok Davidson. She had been. afflicted for a. number of wteks with grip which probably unbabtneed ber mind and caused the ruek act. Mr. David son has the sympathy of everyone. Tbu funeral will be held on Wednesday, lleirtalni interred at Wellington. We have noticed that some of the Pen field voters ae agitating the vault ques tion, and sxying that the to vnshrp needs a vault. In our opinion such a structure would be an expensive luxury la which not even its advocates would enjoy tdtll. Willi a yault under certain circumstuuees might be convenient for the few, the ixpense would be for the many. N,, we are not at all In favor of a vsalt, aid e believe that we voice the sentl tneutot the mnjoirtycf those on whom the burden of such an Institution would fall: and now that we bave mentioned voting, we oulJ say, do not forget the coming spring election. V'so. 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