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I CEVFlANn rr 1 3 3 A Family XTowspapor ' Dexrotod to" th Interests " of Lorain County aju." Vicinity. VOL.' XXVII. W EL LINGTON. . OHIO; WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, 1893. NO. 21 . , , ,-v - - -' ; ' i ' r ii x ' .. . . si . -n : . .1 7 . r i fii j. -T- i . 1? i i ., Bja-- i i ii ii - ..in ii i .Hill i i i , hi m ..i, . i isg 1 - t- i 4 Si 3 "Now So II And As! Andtfl Theyi t And til J May And Thai And Hay An Mjl v . - 111 . NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FttOM THE .SPECIAL COB RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent IluppeninRS and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. NEW LONDON. Mat 22 Tuesday, May 10, the funeral services of Frank Jenne were held in the M.E. church. The Masonic fraternity conducted the services. Mr. Jenne has been living in Idaho for some time, but died in Denver, Col., where he had fione for a change of climate and medical treat ment. His wife accompanied the remains to this place. The remains are now rest ing in the prlvnto burial ground of the I'.osser family. J. H. Beattie has another assistant in vhiB clothlnn store. He arrived on the " 19th, but for the present the young clerk v.,11 hold dominion with his mother at home. Mrs. M. V. Phipps and Mrs. C. Btarbird attended the annual convention at Hamil ton as representatives of the W. R. C. at t jib place. G. W. Salter was delegated to he same place by the 0. A. R. Mrs. Montague has gone to Shelbyville, 111., to Join ber husband. Mrs. Dr. Merritt, of Cleveland, and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, of Fitchville, have been visiting Mrs. H. W. Townsend. Mrs. A. W. Dunks and daughter, Myr t'e, have gone to Benton Harbor, Mich., for a protracted visit. Dr. M. C. Kimball and wife are visiting in Indiana and propose looking in on the world's fair ere they return. Mrs. R. C. Powers has returned from llarriman, Tenn. Mia Ida Edwards, of Cleveland, spent Sunday here with her slstsr, Mrs.T. Bkel linger. Messrs. Miller and JVatson opened their bakery May 20. Mrs. Butterfleld, living north of town, died May 16. - - Mtss Carrie Beylns, ot Berea, a sister of Mm. A. Porter, of this place, died last week. Hiss Bevlns has spent some months here with her sister at different tlinea. Mrs. Porter has been with ber la Berea during her last sickness and death. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Giles, with oiher members of the family, attended the funeral at Be rea. A large meeting was held In the G. A. R. toom Friday evening to arrange for memorial services and decoration duy. Rev. Dr. Btubbs, of Berea, will deliver the oration decoration day and Rev. H. K. Crane will preach the memorial sermon. The Woman's Home Missionary society held public services at the M. E. church on Bunday evening. ' Nihil. LITCHFIELD. Mat 15. The social event ol the season was the marriage of Mies Bertha Btrana han and Reuben Hyde, of Montvllle, at the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday evening, May 10, at 8 o'clock Rev. Cbapln officiating, ine Dnoe wore a cream cashmere dress trimmed with lace ana ribbon, and a long veil; and as she entered the room In which guests to the number of eighty were assembled to wlioes the ceremony, she In every sense of the word looked lovely. The bridal procession consisted of Miss Mabel Hyde, later of the groom, and Edsnn Btranaban, brother of the bride, the bride's two little - sitters strewing flowers in the path of the bride, and last, the bride and groom. The presents were numerous and costly, as well at useful There were present guests from Montyllle, Medina, Cleveland and Wellington. Bertha was one of our most estimable young ladles and will be greatly missed by the young people. The happy young couple went to Fremont on Satur day morning, where Mr. Hyde had a boose ready for bis bride. The best wishes of their many friends went with them. Mat 22. The remains of Mrs. Shank were interred at Richfield last Saturday. Bertha Farmer is visiting In town. ' Mies Idetla Ford has returned to ber borne in Lodl. Mrs. Morehouse is very low. Mrs. P. O. Shank died last Monday. leaving a girl baby only one day old.. Albert Warren has returned from Cleve land. Rev. Warren waa able to preach, Sunday. Nell Canfleld has attained a very dlgnl- fled appearance lately, and one would not ' know hert she has such a commanding way, all because she taught school last Saturday, on account of Miss Mary's sick, nets. Our horsemen have all returned from thessle. ! . 'Mab. ' The vast facilities of the .T. C. Ayer Co., of Lowell. Mass., enables them to place tbe superior blood purifier, 'Ayer's Bursa invalid. Don't be induced to takf a cheep suDBttWie. Always nmei ber that the best Is the cheapest.1 i ... - r (.1 BRIGHTON. ' ; . Mat 22. Geo. W. Greene made a hasty business trip to Norwalk one day last week. ; . ' . , ) Much needed repairs are being made upon the Congregational parsonage, which is now occupied by A. Brlggs and family. Mrs. Geo. Bond, who spent the week Visiting In Wellington, returned home Saturday. . . ' The pleasant face of Ed. Howe, of Wel lington was seen on ourjetreets one day last week. We are glad to know that Mrs. Minnie Greene is Is rapidly recovering health. - Frank Prosser tnd his sister, Florence, of Wellington, spent Sunday with friends in town. O. M, Glllett has been afflicted with a lame foot. Mrs. Harriet Dunbar returned home Thursday from Jackson, Mich, wheie she has been spending the winter with ber nephew, John Branchtlower. We are sorry tp learn that Wm. Lowric's life is despaired ot on account ot his re cent illness. B. Herbert 1b putting a new roof on his barn. The farmers have done considerable tilling in this section this spring. A very fine, lari;e monument is in wait ing at our depot to be conveyed to the cemetery, where it will be erected in memory of our much loved and respected citizen, Hugh Mosher. . We are glad to see so many of our citi zens taking so much pride in beautifying and keeping in order the lots in our already pleasant cemetery Decoration day will be observed, as is our custom, with appropriate exercises. Memorial seryices will be held in the M. E. church Sunday evening, May 28, con ducted by Rev. Mayer, of Berea. Tbe M. E. Sunday-school will observe children's day, as usual, the Congrega tional school joining in with them. During the electric storms of the past week lightning struck s large tree ln,frout of the bouse occupied by Geo. Jones, completely wrecking the tree and dam aging the bouse somewhat. Also three poles on the long distance telephone line, In front of tbe house occupied by George Fox, were struck. During tbe same storm while- Mr.. Fox..waa... standing on his buggy wheel, repairing the top, lightning struck his boot, tearing It from his foot and throwing it several feel away, Mr. Fox escaping without any serious in juries. It was certainly very miraculous. Tbe convention which was held under tbe auspices of tb B. 3. 8, union, Sunday afternoon, was inrgely attended and en Joyed by all piesent The papers on tbe different subject were well written, very Inetiuciive, and worthy of much praise, and were intelligently responded to by different ones in the audience. Rovxr. HUNTINGTON. Mat 22. Rev. A. E. Winter preached In ClevelanJ laat 8unday and Mr. Harvey, of Wellington preached in the M. E. cburch. The Junior league in tbe even ing was uery interesting. Will Hull spent Sunday at home. Wm. Bailey spent Bunday with L. Gil lett's lamlly in Penfield. Fred west is at home with bis mother, quite sick. Mrs. Frsnk Rudd Is very sick. Ells June came home from Cleveland sick. Ada Nlmox went to Akron this week with friends. Lew Meachum spent last week In town on business. Miss Barab Brown visited her mother, Gradma Blakeslee, last week. She re turned to ber borne this week. - Rev. A E. Winter preaches a memorial sermon next Sunday morning. All mem bers of tbe G. A. R., W. R C. and Sons of Vetersni are especially invited to be pres ent. There will be no meeting la the Baptist church In the morning, as the church it invited to meet with tbe Meth odists. Miss Jennie Mussen and Ina Sage spent Bunday at home. Bertha Hull if visiting at ber uncle's David HulL ROCHESTER. H. E Beardsley has returned from tbe world's fair and reports t good time. ' Dr. T. B. Field and family bave moved to Cleveland. Walter Crandall lost a valuable cow last week. The E. 0. T. M. of Nova gave a play, "Hickory Farm," at the town hall Satur day night Tbe hall was well filled end all seemed pleaeed. John Bkeese has purchased a small farm of Mr. Underbill ; A memorial sermon will be delivered at tbe M. E. church next Sunday by Rey. Mayer, of Berea. , ' ' The bridge on lbs Big Four east of town is being repaired. 4 ' ' ' ' ' -1 " ' - - w ' ' ' ' " Wltbbat Utile' tare end bo trouble the beard and rnustachecin be kept a uniform brown or black color by using Bucking, barn's dye tot. the whiskers, (Jf Jaiio'i PENFIELD. Mat 23. Carrie Taylor is spending a few days in Elyria and Avon. ' ' f J. H. Damon has put a new boiler Into his mill. It it much larger tbao the old one. Next Sunday will be old people's day at the M. E. church.- There will be preach ing at 10:80, after which tbe old people will take part in the exercises. The Ladies' Aid society of tbe M. E, church will meet at the home ot Mrs. W. J. Krebs on next Thursday afternoon. The heayy rains tbe past week have de layed corn planting. But very little corn has been planted yet. It will be several days yet before the ground will be dry enough to work. The school in the special district closed last Friday. This school has been a grand success. Everybody la the district is well pleased. Not one word of complaint has been mode during the whole year. Erwln Arnold and Stella Krebs, who have been teaching this school the past year, have been employed by the board tor another year. A petition signed by tbe electors residing in what Is known as sub-districts 2, 8 and 0 has beeu presented to tbe spe cial district board asking to be joined with this district .The board has considered the matter and annexed all tbe territory lying east of Block river in this township, which includes original sub-districts 3, 8 and 0. Penfleld is no longer in the back ground, so far as school advantages are concerned. 8PENCEE. . Mat 15. Mary, wite ot J. 8. Pittengcr, died May 10, aged 60 years. She hsd been a great sufferer lrom rheumatism for the past six years. The funeral was held Thursday at the Dunkard church in Chat ham. Lydla Daugherty, of Lorain, is spending a few weeks with her father, J. 8. Pltten ger, at the old farm home. Mr-. Mead, ot Shelby, Mich., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Dague, Sr., for the past few weeks, returned to ber home. She was accom panied by Mrs. Charles Dague, of this place, who will spend the next few weeks with her father, Geo. Piper, of 8helbv. . H. H. Holllnbangh, who has been In Oberlio learning telegraphy, is working here at the W. & L. E. depot Rev. T. L McConnell and wife attended the tbe quarterly meeting at Homervlll Credit I have and credit I will have un uiitil I die, and money I must have in order to keep the first. Therefore, we shall offer For 10 Days Only, Beginning iUiay 25 and closing Saturday, June 3, the fol lowing suits in three lines: The first will include S25.00 suits, 820.00 suits, 18.00 suits, $16.00 suits You will want a fine straw hat. In they go, S1.50, S1.25 $1.00 at - - - TiP)C. . and 75c, 60c. and 60c. straws; in they go at ' 39c: The cash wants to be left when the goods .i ". , fMany of the above goods were bought building eojnpeis this sale. ... .' :..;,( .v.,v.u.-,'- Saturday and Sunday and report having an interesting time. Mr. Fanning, the Irish orator, delivered his lecture here in the town hall a few evenings ago. It was good and enjoyed by all that heard it. Rev. E.T. Hagerman, of Wellington, is booked for a lecture at the M, E. church Friday evening of this week. Gertie Stedman has been baying a seri ous time with her face and eyes for the past ten days on account of getting pol soned, ; . MEDINA. The Medina Agriculturl society oilers 1055 awards, consisting of $3172.55 in cash and flftyseven diplomas. The only township in the county from Which tbe assessors' returns bave not as yet been filed is that of Montvllle. Here tofore this township has invariably been tbe first to return. - J. S. Mason, ot Medina, was elected senior vice-commander of the Ohio de partment G. A. R., and O. H. McDowell delegate to the national encampment at Indianapolis, Wednesday afternoon at the meeting ot the state encampment in ses sion at Hamilton. Sarah A, wife of Nathaniel Porter, one of the tflnerablo pioneers of Medina county, died at her home in Hinckley on last Sunday, or paralysis. Gazette, if OBEELIN. A tall chimney is being put on Warner ball to secure a better draught After tils week the Rev. J. B. McClay, pastor or, tbe first M. E. church, will occu py tbe old parsonage, corner of Morgan and South Main streets, which has been refitted and greatly Improved 'since It was formerly occupied for the same purpose. W. IL McCracken, the new proprietor of tbe Park house, has moved in a large quantity of furniture during the past week.. . Rev. O. C. Tracy and wife, who bave been spending tbe past year in Oberlin, started oo Monday or their return yoyage to Marsovan, Turkey, where they bave already devoted twentyflve years of their lives to missionary work. In all cases where a mild hut effective aperient is needed. Ayer's Pills are the best. Mr.;ey Improve the appetite, restore healthy action, promote digestion and reg UU.1C every function. No pill Is In great er demand or more highly recommended by tbe profession. Every one will go in this sale at The next line of 14.00 suits, $12.00 suits, $10.00: in they go at $8.48. The next line of $9.00, $8.00, $7.00, at Cheaper suits accordingly. ; are taken. ' 1 u ,": "vl.v"nA k' ' ;," Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ' ABSOLUTELY PURE WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, May 19. Pension Com mlssloner Lochren has this week given the country an exhibition of extreme par tlsanship that was neyer surpassed even during the administration of that most partisan . president, Andrew Jackson. This Is all the more surprising because from bis judicial training fairness was expected of him. It has been the custom ever since there have been medical boards to examine applicants for pensions to make those boards non-partisan by having them composed of two members of the party in power and one of the opposition, but this custom has been overturned by Lochren who boldly announces his pur pose to make those boards entirely dem ocratic, and to add Insult to Injury he has the audacity to call this rank Injustice to tbe republican parly and fhe veterans, "reform." Venly, democratic reform Is but another name for partisan narrow, mlndedness. The administration Las no apparent in- tentlon of trying to prevent the Sunday opening of the world's fair, notwlthstand Its being a dlreot violation of law, and it is reported that as much was intimated to s representative ot the local board ol con trol who was here some days ago to ascer tain what would be done by the adminis tration if tbe exposition were opened on Sunday. This is not a question of tbe personal preferences of the Individual members of the administration. It is against a law ot the United States to open the fair on Sunday, and eyery member of the administration has sworn to observe and enforce tbe law, and a failure to do so will be a violation of tbe oaths they took upon assuming office. Attorney-General Olney has given an opinion, at the request of tbe postmaster-general, stating that the opening of tbe branch postoffice at the WILL for our new store in Lorain, ...-.... . .; . h-, Powler world's fair on Sunday would be unlawful, and it is presumed that orders will be issued in accordance with that opinion not to open the postoffice on Sunday. The administration is Itself solely re sponsible for the unique position it found itself in when the Chinese exclusion act was declared constitutional by the su preme court It had allowed those who control tbe actions of nine-tenths of the Chinese In this country to know that it ex pected tbe law to be declared unconstitu tional, and that it was opposed to enforc ing it anyway. With that kpowledge it is no wonder that these people advised the Chinese not to register, not that the Chi nese so largely followed that advice. Had tbe Chinese registered, as they probably all would bave done if satisfied that the authorities intended to enforce the law, the administration would not be in the present embar rasing position of being un able to carry out the law, even If so dis posed, for lack of funds. There Is only one redeeming feature about the situation nobody here wants the Chinese already in Ibis country forcibly driven away; and nobody seems to expect that congress will sppropiiute the five or six million dollars that would be necessary to send away tnosv who did not register. Marriage Licences. John Quinn and Alice Parmes. T. S. Derrick and Dolly Moore. John Bowman and Ella Church. Wm, L. Boyden and Rosa Buder. Geo. R. Berry and Helen Davidson. Charlie A. Rugg and Rhoda L. Allen. Arthur Dorcaster and Lizzie Wsghorn, Nicholas W. Selling and Maggie Kline. There will tui urinna mtihl If dont oyercome those dyspectic symptoms. Hood's Sarsaparilia'ls the medicine yon need. 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