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4 l r THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1892. LADIES' DRESS Dandies of finish, and glove-like fit recommend our drees shoes. . Add the gloss of fine material and the tone of newest style and you have the perfect Shoe. . ' SUCK 1 offer you every season, but particularly this season, when fresh modes and large demands are encouraged by the fact that SHOES aeS liaVe leamcd that a Propcr adornment of tlxe foot !8 a8 necessary as a stylish hat and manufacturers 'plan to give solid comfort, and standard goods at fatrprica,; SERAGE. Excursions. The Bio- Four will give excursion rates to the quadrennial conference of the H. E. church at Omaha, Neb., Ma; 1-80. 1803. One (are for the round trip. Tick ets will be sold April 27, to 20 Inclusive, good returning until Jvne 1, 1892. LOW BATES TO FORTLAKD, ORB. On account of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church to be held at Portland, Oregon, In May, excursion tick' eta will be sold via the Big Four route at very low rates lor the round trip. The best opportunity of the season for making a trip to the northwest and Paclflo coast at very low rates. Hoalery For Hosiery go to Laundon, Wlndeckcr & Co's. DrM-ooia Choicest Dress Goods at Laundon, Win decker & Co's. 1' 1' ll" 1i 1 Ball and Bat. The ball and bat are given away Ilurris & Crabtree's. at Proper Dlraetleo. Strangers should ask to be directed to the round front shoe store as that is the place where the finest grade of shoes can be round. DIED. TILTON.-In Vermillion, 6. D April 25, 1892, Ella. Infant daughter ot H. Q. and Eleanor Tllton, axed nine months and nineteen days. "The Intent In the smiles and beauty ot It Innocent Me out off." Boot, aod Shoe.. The Benedict. Shoe Co. have some rare bargains in boots and shoes. 14 To Builders Buy your Nails rod Trimmings of J. W. Wilbur. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Arbor day. Base ball booms 'bout now. Lorain county is to have a new jail. The bicycle brigade is l'eady for busi ness. of the yehwle, which ran over one of his limbs. He was picked up and it was found that he had a slight scalp wound and his limb badly bruised. 1 Boys should play someother place than on the streets. PERSONAL MENTION. Georee B. Warner, Cornell W, has been h- Ilia nrnfesftOf of OTOtOrV. in that JLuucklns, ol vaernn, institution, ono of the speakers in tue an. hustler. nual contest in declamation. The compe The ladles dreeees are sidewalk clean- tltion a open to a large part of the junior ers this time, class, from whom twelve are selected ior n,o.t wimii have becnn to supply the event I . '1 TT TT . I. B,.llniV A f.O M.AmA i jnrs. u. ri. iiui lwu, in Duuiuk . .v.. meir uubiuuioio. i - - Th ..mint- commissioners were in town days NorwalK. "w I ... V -JI , . IWondav forenoon. i5. f . Uowns nas gone ui w u. The case of Hanson vs F. D. Felt for toto Dusiness. v,.. hn settled. Harley Horr is badly afflicted wiin in ""6V" I . .i n. nt-. ... r,t ,nHrtVnir In tnwn-are nammaiory rneumauuui. . w i UUU uuravrei vi .....b- - i - . iht. snrlnir. ueveiano, was caneu oa.cua, c,u.u6, B I w . a n . 1 it. JlaiKlliAvla Quite a number are in Cleveland today, uowara nusi ua. .u - . attending the state convention. F. W. uasseu visitea ma uou.o ,u v About as nsich fuel has been consume " """"u- vthismonlh as during the onth of Febru- D. B.'Ordway is at nis post oi uiny I again, no nas ueeu cm ii " - ii m ih Palfl lnnA FTa rennrt The Medina conference of the g- - - t- rational church is n eeesion u wn - ':... . gatlonal week. Mrs. O. S. Young, of Medina, Is visiting D..t..W.-.. to vour Mends t J-CPaull's this week urjuu uiv i . tv a .1.. u.-. .ml .ave wrltlne so many Mrs. Emma lirancu ano son uany, oi 1 1 -1. U . vlalllnff frlAfflftfl In tAM1. . ,U.UUu,... -,. ,iLit nlacedin nomination at Mrs. Mason Smith has sow Her suse t 1 I 1 I... I m rl mnvMl nntn lior farm ci.-t. o.iunl.v nrA- to Bive cenorai auu tuv m ...v.. . J ' I l Tt...ln .nnnmn.nliul hv hr ann utUfurtlnn. " U"UUUS'' " ' -" " I . . . . . - J f . , f tl,..o.ld weather. nhe nuaaugDwr,mao.nu01rX. il from DUtllur. on 31r. and Mrs. Lee Allis were called lo lUIOBsi HOC si wiv p. -i I Lodl-oo Wedoeaday laat lo attend tbe fa tUVIS w I ..... .... stx . . l J Tl I Borne of nhe old time weather prophet. ner.l hi. gr.nai.er,i,r. uav.u ra,Br. h. ventured an opinion that we will W. W. Harvey made a business w? 10 have sorln In a few dsys. Chicago, 111., last week, Rnm. nf aha achool hovs decided to.Iey Mrs. L. W. Smith and laraiiy, of jrra- .v . m.n Mnndiv forenoon, and cuse. N. Y., visited at J uw w -w.vm.m j I remained away from school. Our local .debatm are scouring up'their B. Braids this week. Mrs. James Buck and Mrs. N. E.Nor- : . . ..k.k.M 'tnn. nf Norwalk. were tue suests oi o, s m.M.ifai ims v na .fiMimLn u asvsvs - prumug u... ------- Hml in Elyria Friday evening may o. The chief ol the nredepartment deMres to thank the boys for ths aselstance ren dered at the fire Monday morning. Smith last week. Mrs. W. H. Williams will leave for San FsMclsos, Cml.; Friday morning b join her .husband and go to Alaska. The na- or.expected to return here and accompa- 1 867-1 892-SILVER WEDDING. Mr. and Mn. J. 8, Mallory Ctlebrate tbe xwDiy-iirin Anniversary oi their Marriage. Thursday evening, April 21, 1802, forty, three invited guests convened at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mallory, on South Main street to do honor to the occa sion of celebrating the twenty fifth anniver sary of their wedding. Their spacious real- was brilliantly illuminated from cellar to garret and everything placed In first-class order for the reception of the guests. A grand repast was spread at 6:80 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Couch, father and mother of Mra. Mallory, headed the table. The balance of the evening was spent In games and social conversation. The presents were valuable and usefu and all bore the inscription "Mallory," placed there by the engraver, with a card attached giving the donois' names. As the new day approached, the happy company took their departure, all wishing mine host and hostess the,, pleasure of en joying a similar occasion, colored with gold, when they shall baye reached the next twenty fifth mile post. A string band then appeared and rendered some fine music. The occasion is one long to be remem bered, as a number of those present were residents here at the time of the union and had witnessed the numerous changes and improvements tbat had taken place In the past quarter of a century. Tbe following persons were present: S. K. Warner and wife, II. E. Barrett and wife. A. B- Lambert and wife, Wm. Vlacber and wife J. B. Smith and wife, lion. J. T. Haskell and wife, F. W; Harmon and wife, O. P. Chapman and wife, Dr. HaHiaway and wife, E. A. Van. Cleef and wife, It. N. Goodwin and wife, W. 8. Franks and wife, W. B. Vischer aod wife, E. W. Adams and wife, E. E. Hust- ed and wile, T. W. Bennett and wife, Wm. Hemenway aod wife, T. Doland snd wife, Mrs. W. U. Williams, Miss Geitio Johns, MU Orrie Warner, Mls Bertha Bowk George Metzger. , . .- ., - Our oorrerDondenU will please observe M Willlar across the oontlnent that a tract of- land Bye miles sqoa-e is jjaj 10,ut public business a. called a tovroshlp instead ot a hiwo. mmltd bis attention in the seal region C. A. Bust, dealer la toots and shees I forthwith; hensethe change of program. now occupies his new -quarters id E. Whitney wlll'leave for Cleveland James BbMon Dunning on i ..fa-i0 attend commercial col street Republic t slste coswentlon Is In Inn in Cleveland to-day and lo-morrow Tickets for aale over lhelg Four at half. i fare, good usrUl April 29. Borne of tle tramps are becoming quite 'bold. lege. Congregational Conference. The annual meeting of Medina conlar- encels.now lnswesion with the Congrega tlonatohurch of this place.' Tbe program thna tar has been of unusual Interest. Tbe Throe, are reported o have stopped mo 4our occupied bjr Rev. W- at one. house last week Wednesday, I n. Baker,.of Lodl, who preached the an- iglng foi soasethins; to eat. . I DmU senmon. Tbe afternoon was occupied ' Wellington Is the central point for chiefly with business and missionary ad dresses. This -evening the subject of "Chilstlan Education" will be discussed bv prominent educators. The ensmina-1 nation of the candidates for the ministry occurs tomorrow aod will be an Interest. Following is the program for this evening's session: aVBXIKO SMStOX. 7:00 Miule Choir and Congregation, t iititMMnnCarlitlan Education Prea.O.KTbtnx,I.U..AdelbertColleKe Prol. J. M.JillM. uiwrun ioiioae :3B Dlsmlaalaa. The program for tomorrow Is ss follows uuixiko stasioa 9JO n-M trade. Our business men re very polite and accommodating, and bave the goods torsell at reaaenable price. The prlcea paid for horses are a shad below what wsu paid two years ago. The, country appears to be well stocked wttnij Ing event horses for general purpose se, iCommissieoer Phelon yWtsd Cleveland last week to lospect the Cleveland jail, with the view of getting a plan for the new Jail to be erected in this soanty. DaUced poetooe stamps are being col lected to "send to China. It Is -said that the.oelestia1s psy nominal sum ior them to place on the walls of their test rooms. It Is said tbat T.R.Herrlck -as called the orator of the day at Elyria Baturday, He nominated Mr. Chapman tor county treasuser with one f his best prepared epeeobea. Sorry to learn of tbe death of our orm - contributor. Mrs. -Goss,of Rocbetter. The deceased wu always to be feuad working for the promotion of the greatest amount of good. The board of education of Wellington iAkln nnrxhiuwl alt Andrews zoned I n'..rh.,r.k i tha Put and af the Vutui -TT.. . T....U,-. Vr'oli. H. Fo,ter. Ph. D, OberU IttUsU WUUUD giwyvw ' primary reading charts. The clerks ol tbe districts can have them by calling on E, L, Benedict One hundred pieces of second class mail matter are received at this office very week, which the postmaster Is un rManal Kieielaes Rev.B. V- Balrd, Mallet Creek RnarU from the Churches. All reports to be wrUten aud not to exceed three mlnuteaeaea. . . . Wmin'i Hour Conducted bv tbe offl. sera ol the borne aad lorelgn mlsakenary aooletlea. Kepont by Mrs. J.M. Kills, Oberlln. Addresa by Mrs. Harden. re turned mlMlonarf. 12:0 intermlHlaa. Arrusoox acastox In... lajDlnatloa of Candidates tor Lleens- 1:!W 2:W JJ9 Address to tbe Ueeatlates Tbs Work at tbe Ministry nev. n. a. sanou, itmiuku 4:00 4:90 7:00 Tbe Lord's Husper. la rmlsaion. iviaiae sauiaa. Mueie and devotional eierelses. The Power the Individual In the Church 1 Rev .H . M .Tenuef.D ,D .Oberlln S:30 Adjoarament. It r At averv enfeebled woman know ThAre's a medicine that'll cure her and the proof's postlve. Here's tbe proof If If It dosen't do you good within reasons, hi time, report the fact to its makers and .. ' o ... i. At . I crt vnnr monev hack without a word aoie to aeuver. dou.. m n " " DUi J0U won't do it The remedy is Dr. parties who are ubrh buu eumo i i pjgpg'a Favorite prescription ana n who have not lived here for years. hu nrmrad itself tbe runt remedy in near. G.D.Footl. Inclined to yMif.TfS Jew of the delegates who attendsd the bnt hu doM more t0 build-up tired convention Baturday, In Elyria will, find enfeebled and broken-down women than themslves on the wrong side ol the bal- than any other medicine known. Where's . .... , iha woman who's not resdy for 11 f All ante sneet at we enu oi vno year --- do u to eet u,. MW. ,0 her, OQUM OI VIOIBIIUH auiciuu yiuiuma. I Th- m,ll0lne Will OO tUB reSl. Variiv varilv tha promises of a polltlclal I Wanted Women. First to know ' r i - .,.... . llliht cannot always b rsiled upon. Second to use n. luira w u. sureu uj One or the norses oi a passing team cn .,i h..h. i. nt in the liberty street Baturday evening kicked at v..in. itntrulate the stomach and you Earl Jones (colored), striking Mm on the cure It Dr, Pierce's Pellets sre the Little hiad and hurling him under the wheels I Regulators. Uuly o cents a viai. The Caucus. As the hour approached for the caucus a sharp contest arose for a division of the delegates In favor of the treasurer. Those in favor of Mr. Chapman said they would be satisfied with one-third of the dele gates, but the Carter men would concede nothing. Then the Chapman meuBald they would go Into the caucus and ask lot half of the delegation and, perhaps, make an effort to secure the whole. ' The caucus was called to order. J. H. Dickson was chosen chairman, Wm. Vis cher and E. A. VanCleef secretaries. There was no speech making nothing be ing said but the rules of tbe caucus being announced by the chair. It was decided to hold the polls open one hour, and ibe voting was then begun.and when the vote was counted 406 ballots were found In the the box, 211 in lavor of Mr. Carter and 105 In favor of Mr. Chapman. The caucus was a very spirited one, but very harmo nious. It was probably tbe largest cau cus that has been beld here in many years. The candidates that were being voted for are both gentlemen of unblemished char acter aod qualified lor the position, hence nothing could be said about them but good things. BUSINESS LOCALS. Church Notes.. . COMOHKOATIOHAL. Rev. W. E. Barton preached Sunday morning from Acta 1 : 1, on "The Begin nlng ot the Work of Christ in the Light of its Continued Progress." In the evening a song service wu held, The pastor gave an account of the rise of English bymaody, the choir singing spec imen psalms from the old collections of Sternhold and Hopkins, and Tate and Brady. An'outhne of the life of soec Watts was then given with representative hymns, In which the congregation Joined The service wss novel, interesting and profitable. HSTHOUIBT. Four persons were received Into tbe church by letter Mr. and Mrs. Holt and daughter, from Freeport, O., and Anthony Nichols, of Bpencer, O. The dunday-school numbered over 800, and their vaster offering for missions mounted to $44i00. In the evening tbe sermon wu from the dext, "What lack X yet r The Thursday evening prsyer meeting will be sdjoarnedto meet with the Con gregational church. Our people are re quested to be present at all the sessions of their conference this week. A Blaxe. Monday morning about 8 o'clock tbe fire department boys were called to the residence of J. T. Gardner, on North Bar ker street The Are bad got under good headway before the boys arrived. The Are caught In the roof and .assisted by stiff breece, spread rapidly. A large crowd tooo as sembled and assisted in removing the household effects, but the building Is practically a wreck. It Is a hard blow to Mr- Gardner, u he will have to seek shelter elsewhere until a new building can be erected. Tbe building wm insured in the Continental of N. Y for 4000 $400 on tbe building and $300 on tbe goods. Mr. Gardner hu moved into the house formerly occupied by P. J. Llnder north of the Big Four track on the aanle street Free Soda Water. Free aiida water at Felt's drug store Tburfduy al'tvrncon and eyenlng. Every, body invited. ' Umbrellaal I Fiim silk umbrellas at two-thirds value on Thurduy, Friday and Saturday of this weea t the Goodrich clothing store. Loatl Last Saiurdav ninuton the road from Knm.i-.c-r to Wellineton via Penfleld, a coon skin robe. Tbe llnder will please leave at Wail & Chapman's livery stable. New Oood Call at Laundon, Wlndecker & Co's for new goods. The Leaders. Harris Crabtree are the acknowledged leaders In the shoe trade. SklrU Silk Skirts! Silk Skirts! at Laundon Wlndecker & Co's. ' Always Ahead. Harrlt & Crabtree alwavs keep a Jltt.e ahead of their competitors In making lib eral donations. Cballlea Have you seen the tine Challles at Latin don, Wlndecker ursr Lawn Mower. The flneat line of lawn mowers at Ben. edict's. 18 Potatoes Five hundred busheU of choice Burbank potatoes for sale. Inquire ot W.I. Kugtr, 1 miles south ot Brighton center. (17 SO peroent, saved In Painting your House, If you are going to paint we can sell you pure paint aod save you about 50 per cent of tba usual cost of material. For particulars call at E. Benedict's hardware. For Beat. A farm ol about 100 acres for rent..VKi sugar trees on same. Enquire of J. W. Wilbur, Wellington, O. 12l Wire FenelDg No dealer sells WIRE FENCING cheaper than J. W. Wilbur does. For Sale. Holsteln bull, price $30, and a good, cheap brood mare. J, Gannett. E. Main street 13tf AUCTIONEER-J. H. Arndt will sue tloneer sales ol all kinds of properly Satisfaction guaranteed. P.O.) oullivan Ohio (14tf Notice. We are now receiving fresh goods daily and sre still offering teu, coffees snd gro ceries st the lowest prices. ' Highest market prices paid for butter and eggs, at the West End store. 12tf W.Arnold. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh tbat contain Mercnry, u me'reury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whnla avatam when entering It throueh tbe mucoHS surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians, as tbe damage they will do Is ten fold to tbe good you csn possibly derive from them. Hairs uatarrn uure, manuweturea oy t. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces ol the system. In buying Hall's Ca tarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally, and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F, J. Cheney- & Co. , Testimoni als free. Bold by druggists, price 75c per bottle. W MEDINA. Tbe Medina twenty thousand dollar street improvement bill, which was intro duced in the legislature some time sgo, got over to the next session A bill creating a special school district at Chip pewa Lake, which had beeb, pending for seveisl weeks, wu enacted Into a law last week. Some disagreements were created In the neighborhood in regard to the meas ures, but we understand tbat the bill as finally passed is satisfactory to both sides. . . Hon. C. S. Ganyard returned from Colembus on Monday even In e of this week. Bis two weeks' experience as a legislator have been quite pleasant and agreeable lo blm. Mr. Gauyard also took hold of his duties In a clear and consci entious manner, and he makes a good and efficient representative. : .7. : A C. L. & W, engine took a runaway freak the other day at trichsville. Standing on the track ear the depot with no one on board, it started off on a tour of destruction. It ran Into a caboose and smashed It Into splinters. A coal car was also bsdly brok. en up, snd the engine wu considerably damagedy Two brskeman came near be- ksg seriously Injured In ibe smamiup Gaeette. OBEHLIN. Work on tbe lily-pond of the water works li progressing rspidly snd a few days of fair weather will see ll completed, It will add much lo the beauty ol the premises, which bave always been sltrao live Saturday eveufng some miscre ant maliciously placed a large stone on the track leading v tbe quarry, just at the steep grade a short distance oat of town, supposably with the intention of wrecking the students who bold religious services st the quarry, A hand-car with fifteen quarrymen struck the stone, while going at a terrific speed down the grade. The force of the collision was so great that the car rose on tbe front wheels and swung uround falling on two or three of the men. Five men were seriously lnured, among tbe Injuries being a crushed ankle and chest, and severe internal hurts, Tbe per petrator, whoever be is. should be severe ly deslt with II be csn be found News. Army and Navy Supplies. THB OOVtRXHK.NT BCTIKO ROYAL BAKING ftWDBB. Largs purchaMs of baking powder have recently been mads by the United states government In pne lot 80,000 pounds were bought of the Royal Baking Powder company. . ' During the last year, including the con tract Just made under data of March 8, tbe Royal Baking Powder company has supplied over 212,000 pounds, or 106 tone, of baking powder for the United States government and its army and navy officers. For many years ibe government hss given its orders for Roysl bsklng powder in preference to all others, it being lonnd that this Is the only baking powder that will keep and retain its strength In the various climates to which it Is sent by the department. Whenever the government wants lbs most trustworthy article and the best In quality it prefers tbe Royal, as this brand wss found to be superior to all others In lesvenlng power by the official chemical tests, made at the Instance ot the govern, mcnt, In the agricultural department, at Washington. Twill Coat You Nothing. Go to Harris & Crabtree's snd get a. base ball and bat It will cost you noth ing. L Musis .lames Baker has forwarded to us tbe latest number ot "The Musical Echo," a very meritorious monthly Journal. Ui-sides a picture ot "I'aderewski 'on tront page It contains six popular pieces of music, Including "faderewBki Aienuet" ana tue famous song. "fMar Heart." Send 15c. to James Baker, Cleveland, Ohio, and obtain a copy. tecalllns the fresh fragrance of an early spring morning is the rare and ex aulsit aroma which arises fmm the iofu- V . . ct . t ..... I sion ol Aiavuower ra. rr naniy anu delicacy this brand of natural Japan tea cannot he surpassed, ll strengiueos ana enlivens where ordinary colored teas ener vate and depress; while the Perfection tea can, in which alone it is procurable, af fords perfect immunity against ine perils of lead contact, to which in ntne cases out of ten, ordinary teas sre exposed. Dentistry. I hsve secured exclusive right to use Dr. Stedman's method of making clamp plates in Wellington. All kinds of dental work done In a skilful and thorough man ner. Yours Very Truly, 50tf W.L. Houirook. $25 to $50 Saved. CCT THIS OUT AND BRIKO IT WITH YOU. To all persons in Wellington and sur rounding country who wish to buy a piano or organ: We will save you trom $25 to $50 and pay your expenses te visit tbe lac lory at Monroeville. Highest grade in struments only. Edna Piano and Organ company, Monroeville, O. 44tt LAND FOR BALE. Two hundred acres of good farm land, well timbered, with liv ing water, well located, with a little inv Srovement, situated In Osceola county, licbigan, near railroad station and mills Also 157 seres ot land with railroad across It, and station, saw-mill, bouse and barn, blacksmith shop and other Improvements. for sale as fv.uu per acre. or further ra in O. Iqrmatton inquire or (ou 1 Wm. H. H. SinxirT, Wellington. To be given away. in addition to the wonderful J bargains we are giving in Boots & Shoes we will give to each one purchawing goods to the amount of $1.50 or more a nice Base Ball and Bat. Thin U something the boys all tease for and, ns they cot you nothing, why not come and get one. Our stock is complete and we guarantee you value received with ; every purchase. Thanking you for past pat ronage, we remain respectfully, Harris & Crabtree. 1 door west of bank. J obbling neatly and cheaply don Found A lady's diamond ear ring. The lady bought a bottle of the famous Blush or Roses here about 8 o'clock this afternoon. Call snd prove property and pay for this sdv. F. D. Felt. . 13 r, .